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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI MIWSPAPEK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NMGNtORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated Preu and United PreM laternattoiua FuS Leate Wirti 7o Copx MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 7 Paper Coeilrii of Two OM Russ Attache Ordered Out of Country DeGaulle Colls for Election Cabinet in Fast Action PARIS UP Premier Charles de Gaulles Cabinet moved quick ly Saturday to put his pacifying program for AJgerja into effect and endorsed his crackdown on the insurgent junta in Algiers The ministers voted to bring an Algerian Moslem into the cabinel for the first time They decided to call cityelec tions in Algeria in about a month This will be the first test of De Gaulles formula of equal votes for Moslems and Frenchmen in the territory The Cabinet set Oct 5 as the tentative date for a referendum throughout France and Algeria on constitutional reforms De Gaulle will draft to strengthen the hand of the executive THE CABINET heard De Gaulle report on his dramatic threeday trip to Algeria where he unfolded his plan to placate Algerian nationalist rebels and cut off the powers of the French civilianmilitary junta that had rebelled against Paris De Gaulle told his Cabinet that the army in Algeria which fully supported the May 13insurrec tion against Paris is completely faithful to the government The Cabinet stamped apprpval on De Gaulles appointment of Gen RaouT Salan French troop commander in Vas his Salan wilfhave at his side a high ranking civilian aide with the rank of secretary general The name of the secretary gen eral was not revealed nor were his duties listed HOWEVER the appointment was an obvious move to weaken the military rulers in the junta that took over in Algiers May 13 and demanded De Gaulles return to power The Cabinet lost no time ap proving De Gaulles plan of com plete integration of the nine mil lion Arabs and Berbers of Algeria with the million Frenchmen there Andre Malraux a spokesman said De Gaulle had returned from convinced the Moslems have accepted De Gaulle as a guarantee they would get equal ity Algerian nationalist lead ers in Egypt and Tunisia how ever have rejected his plan anc announced they will continue their SViyear fight for independence DE GAULLE will go on the Killer Starkweather Ordered to Die in Nebraskas Electric Chair on Dec 17 LINCOLN Neb UBCharles Starkweather 19yearold kill er who has admitted involve ment in 11 siayings was or Saturday to die in the electric chair Dec 17 District Judge Harry Spenc er who presided at the trial of Starkweather for the slaying of Robert Jensen 17 of Bennet Neb fixed the date for the carrying out of the sentence prescribed by the jury which convicted Starkweather The judge overruled a motion for a new trial and then or dered a transcript of the pro ceedings delivered to the Ne braska Supreme Court for an automatic review of the case Starkweather looked Judge Spencer straight in the eye when the judge announced the execution date When Spencer asked him if there was any reason why sen tence should not be pro nounced Starkweather shook his head vigorously and replied no Starkweathers attorney had listed 17 reasons why they thought a new trial should be granted the principal ones be ing that they felt the state had failed to prove Starkweathers sanity and that the guilty ver dict and death sentence were the result of passion and prejudice A plea of innocent by reason of insanity had been entered for Starkweather Caril Fugate Starkweathers 14yearold girl companion on the January killing spree still awaits trial She also was charged with first degree mur der Labor Bill to Senate Approved by Committee WASHINGTON ffi Sen John F Kennedy DMass said Satur day a labor bill now ready for Senate action would be fully ade quate to deal with union abuses Kennedy chief author of the measure told a reporter he is strongly hopeful the bill could get through the Senate without major amendment He cited two fac tors 1 Support of the bill by Sen John L McClellan chairman of the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee 2 The 121 vote by which the Senate Labor Conynittee ap proved the measure Friday THE BILL would set up a union democracy code and vould re quire full public accounting of union financial affairs It also would modify or repeal parts of the TaftHartley law along lines sought by organized labor Senate Republican Leader Wil liam F Knowland of California said he would fight on the Sen ate floor for all of his proposed abor control amendments which are not in the bill The measure incorporates some of Knowlands proposals ncluding a requirement for se cret ballots in union elections But many of his most stringent ones are omitted committee to send the bill to the floor next Tuesday meeting a June 10 deadline previ ously set by Senate leaders Sought Secret Material U S Answers Soviet Move WASHINGTON UPI The State Department announced Sat urday that a Soviet Embassy third secretary has been ordered out of the United States for improperly trying to buy Army manuals and secret material from an American citizen A Justice Department mansaid the Russian diplomat Nicolai I Kurochkin dealt with Charles Beaumet described as Washington newspaperman The official emphasized how ever that Beaumet reported to the FBI as soon as Kurochkin asked him to get classified or se cret material AP Photofax GLAD TO BE Prime corned to this country by Secretary of Minister Harold Macmillan literally races State Dulles Macmillan will hold con down the ramp from his plane leaving ferences and Lady Macmillan far behind as he is welalso give a series of lectures Harriman Denies Tie to Baker NEW YORK tf Democratic G o v Averell Harriman denied Friday that he was a pal of a man described as one of the na tions top labor racketeers The Minnesota Showers continued The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy and mild with occasional showers or thunderstorms through Sun day Low Saturday night in the low 60s High Sunday in the up per 70s Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday night scattered show ers or thunderstorms west por tion low 5868 Partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers Sunday cooler northwest j 0 LIUII j LULJ A o j LJCtmiilllo urdaT to charge was madc by Sen Irvin2 mild peopleon his trip to Algeria M Ives RNYK Foreign Aid Measure Approved WASHINGTON Senate has approved a for eign aid program after beating back efforts to trim the total and to bau any further assistance to Malraux said De Gaulle feels it is very important to get the local elections under way quickly in Algeria The elections will fill the posts of mayor town coun cils and other local administra tive posts Although no specific date was set for these elections Malraux said the Cabinet wants to hold them in about a month The Cabinet also plans to pro mote mass demonstrations of un ity throughout France June 18 This is the anniversary of the famed broadcast De Gaulle made over the British Broadcast ing Corp network calling on free France to continue the fight aft er it was overmn by the Ger mans in 1940 t Mistake Blamed for Sub Sinking HONOLULU OR A misunder standing spelled disaster for th submarine Stickleback a tailor testified Saturday Electricians Mate 1 C Rob ert B Mehrling told a Navy board of inquiry he had causec the fatal power failure on the Stickleback by turning a rheosta the wrong way The Stickleback sank off Oahi May 29 after being rammed b the destroyer escort Silversmith The mistake t r ip p e d circui breakers and cut off the Stickle backs main power It plunge out of control and then unex pectedly surfaced directly front of the Silverstein No cas resulted t0 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum It is perfectly ridiculous to ay he was a close friend Harri Maximum man told Minimum The governor conceded he had At 8 am fleeting handshaking acquainYEAR AGO ance with the man in question obert Barney Baker 46 a teamsters Union organizer with prison record IN DETROIT Baker backed up Harriman and said All I ever did was shake the mans hand and he doesnt know me from Adam I was president of Ware louse Local 730 in Washington DC when Harriman ran against Cefauver in the primary election endorsed him and when he won I congratulated him Thats the only time I ever met the man The whole controversy grew out of a chat between Ives and a Washington newspaper corres pondent at a cocktail party In a speech Thursday night at a Re publican dinner Ives said the newspaperman gave him informa tion that onn of Harrimans closest pals is one of the lead ing racketeers in the United States GlobeGazette weather data lip Communist Poland and Yugo 74 57 62 87 52 IVES an old political foe o Harrimans said quite frankly that he hoped he could bolste his information for use agains Harriman in the coming guber natorial campaign Harriman i seeking reelection But Ives i leaving the Senate because of il health Bakers wife whom he mar ried earlier this year is th daughter of Jake More cratic Party chairman in Iowa Struck by Race Car Iowa Man Killed CHARITON D ord Des Moines was killed Fri ay night when he was struck y a racing car while acting as lag man at the Chariton stock ar races Fords wife was at the Community Park acing site when the accident lappened CRAIG SENTENCED DES MOINES UPI Richard Craig 19 was sentenced Sat urday to five years in prison for aking part in a gunfight with po ke Feb 26 and to 10 years for jreaking into a gun shop before the shooting His two sentence will run concurrently THE SENATE approved the otal recommended by its For ign Relations Committee that ad cut President Eisenhowers equest by 229 million dollars The House version passed earli r is 110 million dollars smaller fian the Senate total The bill now goes to a Senate SAM I avia The big measure authorizing ontinued military and economic elp to free nations was passed y the Senate 5117 at the end of session that lasted until nearly idnight On final passage 26 Re ublicans and 25 Democrats oted for the bill while 8 Repub cans and 9 Democrats opposed IF FINALLY ENACTED the bill would bring about the broad est changes in basic labor law since the TaftHartley Act was passed in 1947 Major provisions of the bill would 1 Require complete public re porting of union financial data of conflictofinterest transactionsby union officers and of spending by employers on improper antiunion activities There would be crimi nal penalties for false reports 2 Make a secret ballot manda tory for election of local union of ficers and for national union offi cers or delegates who elect them at conventions National union of ficers would be limited to five year terms and local officers to erms of four years Election no Lices would have to be sent to all union members 15 days in ad vance of voting 3 Void a national union trustee ship over a local after 18 months unless the union can show in court why it should be continued 4 Ban picketing for purposes of extortion from an employer 5 Prohibitany person convicted of bribery extortion xobbery ONE DAY ONLY Travelers may look twice at their maps when they see the banners hung up across Mason City streets by the firemen Gov Herschel Loveless has officially proclaimed Mason City to be River City next Tuesday for the North Iowa Band Festival Mason City is the prototype of River City in Meredith Willsons New York hit The Music Man theme for the bajid festival PROGRAM SET Music Man to Arrive Monday A grand Music Man welcome awaits River Citys favorite son Meredith Willson when he makes his scheduled 4 pm arrival in Mason City embezzlement grand larceny or burglary from serving as an offi cer director executive commit tee member business agent or paid organizer of a union 6 Make three TaftHartley law changes long sought by repeal the nonCommunist affi davit requirement for union offi cers permit prehire contracts in the building trades and allow strikers who have been replaced The guest of honor at Tuesdays 20th annual North Towa Band Festival Willson and his wife Rini will be greeted by city officials festival committeemen and a 55piece group from the Mason City High School Band THE OFFICIAL WELCOME will take place at the Hotel Han ford The band under the direction of Paul Behm will provide a musical salute to the honored Trombones and 110 Cornets and other selections from The Music Man Accompanying the Willsons willbe his brother Cedric and his wife Lois of Dallas Texas The Music Man creator and his wife were to meet them in City after flying there from New York From Kansas City they were to drive to Des Moines spending Sunday night there andthen complete the journey here Mon day afternoon KICKING OFF TUESDAYS music and pageantry will be a am Central Park perform ance by the Mason City AllGrade School Band directed by F Stan ley Davis The Clear Lake Junior Drum and Bugle Corps is up next with a am demonstration on Federal Ave in front of the Cen tral Park reviewing stand Then of course follows the pa rade of parades the giant two hour event beginning at 10 am from Pennsylvania and 2nd NE The procession will reach Federal Ave at 3rd then proceed south to 5th SE where it turns east and then north on Delaware to State St THE FBI said no arrests have een made Kurochkins expulsion was or dered in a brief note to the Rus sian Embassy Friday He is ex pected to leave the United States in a day orso This is the story related by Justice Department Beaumet met Kurochkin social ly and went on fishing trips with him Kurochkin suggesetd that he could sell articles to Soviet pub lications based on Army manual materials obtained by Beaumet in his Avork He would give Beaumet part of any money obtained r BEAUMET RECEJVEIKabout or fromthe However the Justice Depart ment said when Kurochkin asked the American to obtain a manual containing classified data met called a halt to the arrange ment and went to the FBI Beaumet was registered legally as a foreign agent withthe Jus tice Department because of UM House conference differences to reconcile THE AID program faces its next big test when the appropri ations committees begin drafting he bill to provide the actual iunds The authorization bill passed Friday night sets ceilings or the program in the fiscal year starting July 1 Most foreign aid supporters concede the appropri ations committees will cut the total below the authorization fig ure The Senate didnt cut a nickel from the in new au thorizations recommended by its Foreign Relations Committee de spite the efforts of Sen Allen J Ellender Another 644 millions was authorized at the last session for the coming fis oal year in a shop to vote in a bargaining election INJURED IN CRASH SIBLEY UPI Trimer Hen derson 39 Aurora SD was in jured seriously when a Rock Island freight train struck his semitrailer truck at a crossing near here late Friday North Iowa and Southern Min nesota bandmasters and their wives will then be honored in a pm luncheon at the Hotel Hanford Speakers at the affair will include Music Man Wiljson and Paul Yoder Florida band mastercomposer ON TAP FOR THE AFTER NOON is a program of band con certs and formal presentation of the 87 queen candidates at Cen tral Park and a Roosevelt Field baseball game The band concerts begin at pm with a performance by the combined Fertile and Hanlontown High School bands The queens will be presented at pm The concerts resume at m with a performance by the lexander High School Band win Rivers at pm Arm trong at pm and Thompson t pm complete the pro gram The baseball game a Junior Legion test between Mason City nd Osage begins at pm at Roosevelt Field No admission will be charged THE EVENING SPECTACU LAR at Roosevelt Field is ex pected to have its official start at pm with the entrance of the reigning Miss North Iowa Sue Tenold Olson the past queens and the 1958 candidates The field however will be work he did with JturochJonT State Department officials did not rule out the possibilitythat Kurochkin might have paid sums to other Americans The Soviet Embassy refused to discuss the case The expulsion order came about three weeks after Russia expelled John A Baker Jr second secretary at the U S Embassy in Moscow on a com plaint that he was too friendly with Russian students Starts Monday JOHN GUNTHERS INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY A scries of reports based on the book Exclusively in this area in the GLOBEGAZETTE opened to the public at pm and the 92 school bands partici ating in the festival will begin heir entry shortly afterwards Besides the coronation of Miss North Iowa of 1958 the evening show will include a performance by the 76 Trombones and 110 ornets bands the massed 5000 bandsmen and the Albert Lea High School band Cornet and flute solos and a cornet trio will also be heard Iowa Pilot Killed in Crash Near Carrier WASHINGTON W The Navy said Saturday that Lt JG Gay lord Helm Logan Iowa was killed Thursday when his plane crashed while heading for the carrier Ranger off the East coast Sports Bulletin ST ANDREWS Scotland Joe Carr 36ytar old Irish man won British Amateur golf championship Saturday afternoon by defeating Alan Thirl well 26 of England 3 and 2 Carr also won the title in 19S3 Carr drove the green on the 360yard 30th hole and sank a 75foot putt for an eagle 2 for 3up lead and halved 4nt next four holes Indonesian Rebels Using B29 Bombers JAKARTA Indonesia W donesian air force authorities saidSaturday that rebels based in north Celebes are now sup ported by four B29 bombers based somewhere outside Indo nesia The officials refused to speculate where the World War II US heavy bombers might be based but said the Jakarta gov ernment controls the only air fields in Indonesia large enough for them Indict Callender Man on Murder Charge FORT DODGE J Klinger 39 a Callender area farmer was undera grand jury indictment on a murder charge Saturday in connection with the slaying of his father a week ago His father Carl I Klinger 62 was shot with a 12 gauge shotgun at the sons farm about five miles west of Callender The county at torneys office said Klinger would probably be arraigned sometime next week   

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