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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot LOBE j Tht Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL n Associated and United Pull MASON WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 195 7e Copy trf Tour No 2M Miss Bu o enter Named Queen Bank Lakota Held Up Thug Gets Only Photo on Page 2 Lakota branch of the Farmers Trust and Sav ings Bank of Buffalo Center wars robbed of at gunpoint by one man Wednesday justafter it opened at 9 It was the third timein 23 years thatthe bank has been held up The last timewas April 26 1954 when was taken Town Marshal Charles Stroe bel said theman approached the branch manager Carl C Gerzema and ordered him to give up the money Gerzema produced just what was in the cashiers cage GERZEMA AND one other Herman Jutting were alone in the bank at the time of After get ting the money the bandit put them both into a vault but was unable to lock it Mrs Don Boyd Lakota the bank a few minutes later opened the vault them She said got suspicious when she1 found the bank unat The alarm wentout and pa trolmen were on the roads with in a few minutes after the rob bery occurred according to County Attorney Gordon Winkel Algpna The than 60 years old and wearing glassies carried a nickelplatec Joyce Sch utter BEAUTY AND THE was a sublime moment MacDonald Miss Iowa of 1958 and run king of Bil Bairds This nerup for the title of Miss America lias is all for sighed Charlemane been photographed on many occasions Nothing for the old man Teamsters Target of Court of AppeaJsWeflnesday armed Disfric Court with powers its cleanup James R revolver He drove off alonein a 1949 or 1950 dark blue Ford which had plates Minnesota license STROEBEL SAID he had seen the man around this small north era Iowa community the pas days but no one was able to identify him said he was fix ing holes in the street two blocks west of the ban k when Art Baum who had been driving around town yelled that the bank had been robbed Stroebel said Baum had drivfen past the bank at the time of the hold up The bandit was described as about 6 feet tall and wearing a checked shirt and dark trousers Authorities immediately set tip roadblocks in the area GERZEMA AND Mrs Jutting are not unfamiliarwith the tac tics of holdup1 men They were in the bank five years ago when it was held up by two young men I For Gerzema S it was the fifth time he come face with bers three GERZEMA times at Lakota and twice previ ously when he worked at Brice lyn Minn Mrs Jutting the cashier said she had just gone into the vault to get the cash for the day and noticed the man standing in the bank lobby his rights in modifying a con sent order which terminated Jill galibn to bar Hoffa from taking office Under Hoffa was allowed to take office but a board of moni tors was set up to watch over the unions affairs and make recommendations for restoring democracy to the union IN ITS OPINION Wednesday the appellate court said the rec ommendations of the monitors are not selfenforcing but that they may go to Judge Letts for orders putting them into effect If Hoffa and the other Team sters officials fail to comply with recommendations the ap pellate court said the moni Lors may report this fact to Judge Letts In essence this means that Judge Letts may take punitive action through contempt pro ceedings to force a cleanup in the union AT TEAMSTERS headquar ers a spokesman said Hoffa lad no comment The monitors which had been lolding off their reform moves pending outcome of the liliga ion are expected to go ahead ull blast now Pending items include remov al proceedings against Detroit Teamsters chief Owen Bert Jrennan and Philadelphia Union cadcr Ray Cohen Also pending is a request from some Team sters members that Hoffa him self be put under union trial NEWSPAPER STRUCK ST LOUIS Both St Louis daily newspapers were closed Wednesday by a strike of Stereo typers Union Local 8 Mason City Variable cloudiness through Thursday with some widely scattered showers or thundershowers likely Con tinued quite warm and humid Highs Thursday 8488 Wednesday night 6669 Low Iowa V a a b 1 e cloudiness through Thursday with some widely scatteredshowersUc ithundershpwers likely cbri tihuejSgmte warmaiu humid raMitUe cooler west Highs day Lows Wednesday night 6369 Further Friday partly cloudy chance Job Rolls Increase 1 Million WASHINGTON Itf ment rose by a million in May to a record for the month Unemployment fell by to Announcing thev Sec Secretaryof I James said theyre irri of few showers or thunder showers little change provement job picture AN UNUSUALLY large pickup in factory employment accom i May seasonal rise in Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 8 degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are 80 north to 83 south Normal lows are 58 north to 61 south Cooler northwest first part of period otherwise only minor daily temperature changes are expected Rain fall will average 75 of an inch or more in intermittent show ers and thunderstorms most ly over the weekend Minnesota Showers continued warm Highs Thursday 809Q GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 63 70 Trace 67 60 farm work The May total of igns Grand Finale to Festival By CARL WRIGHT ClobeGaictte Staff Writer Miss Joyce Ann Schuttcr Buf falo crowned Miss Nprtti iowa 1959 by honor guest Bil Baird in the grand finale of lhe 21st North Iowa Band Festival at Roosevelt Stadium Tuesday night Like the magician he is Americas foremost puppeteer handed the new queen her name he had written on a card as the parade passed in review during the morning This is not a rick just my said Bil as he passed the card to her I am happy to crown you Miss North Iowa the puppet lionalso got into the art by exclaiming Im proud to share my crown with you The new queen is he daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Schulter who farm near Buffa lo Center She is 18 a graduate of this years class and plans to enter the College of Medical Technology at Minneapolis in the fall Announcement of the new queen by Ken Kew m aster of ceremonies for the evening pj S frtihv bus ah d s of spectators at the The tall brunette who r was Miss Buffalo Center through out the days festivtids was so happy at the announcement she was all but in tears as her com posure broke for an instant and all she could say was Its won derful Its wonderful I thank you again Its wonderful Kew announced the new queen I JOYCE ANN SCHUTTER Buffalo Center North Iowa just before the final number of Hie massed bands under the di rection of director coni poser of band music froin Fort Lauderd ale Fla heart Vvhs the played ai the nesv queen circled the field in a red and white con vertible with the Buffalo Center band resplendent in royal pur ple uniforms parading after her The buildup for the corona lion was one of the best of all rcstivals Director Yodcr divided Bristol March and The American Boy by Fred Jewel Then he directed the north sec tion through his own selection by Hill Jiasx lea Schooldrumsecfiorf wasout in front of the band to carry Hi beat Miss Jan Clark who was Mis North Iowa of 1958 relinquished he crown and royal robe foi lowing a very happy year as employed the largest number of Americans with jobs for any month of May It compares with an alllime peak of 000 set in July 1957 The new figures represent a drop of about IVfe million among the unemployed in the past yearn However the idle total is about higher than it was in May 1957 THE RATIO OF unemploy ment to the labor force declined u May to per cent compared with per cent in April and around 6 per cent during last winter This is the first time he idle ratio has dropped be ow 5 per cent since November 1957 Factory worker earnings avj incinerator and were locked 17 to file a petition eraged in the wind blew the fujj Supreme Court asking senting the first time in history shut jlhe average passed he mark Earnings among dur able goods workers averaged Among soft goods workers the massed taking theireigning queen of the North south half first through his ownIowa Her remark was Three Children Burn to Death in Incinerator RAY N Three children two boys and a girl between five and six years of age burned to death in a trail er camp incinerator here Wed nesday Indentity of the tots was not immediately known A woman resident of the Another Stay for Killer WASHINGTON W Justice Charles Evans Whittakcr of the Supreme Court Wednesday granted a stay of execution to Charles Starkxveather 20year old mass killer from Nebraska Starkweather had been sched uled to die in the Nebraska elec tric chair on Friday morning camp said the children apparl whiltakcr said that counsel enlly crawled into the upnghtjfor starkweather would have un i a review of his case Adenauer and Erhard Settle Their Quarrel BONN Germany ics Minister Ludwig Erhard and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer settled their quarrel over the German chancellorship Wednes day Christian Democratic par said The report came from a par ty caucus called to settle the quarrel between the two lead ers Party sources said Erhard has agreed to remain in office as economics minister that shewished it could go on forever ALL OF THE 85 queen eandl dates received gifts from the North Iowa Band and rlhe beau new feature introduced at the festival this year was Ha waiis greeting as the newest stale Through arrangements made by Earl Hall editor of the Mason City GlobeGazette six leis from ihe bountiful land of Hawaii were shipped to the fes tival via air mail Arrangements were made in Hawaii for the leis by Hobert Duncan former wire editor of the Mason City CloneGazette and now news editor of the Hon olulu StarBulletin Ray Sency chairman of tha North Iowa Band Festival placed the leis with the tradi ional accompanying kiss of Hawaiian legend on two past queens Miss Sandra Knight Rockford Miss North Iowa of 955 and Mrs Phyllis Merritt Velson Osage Miss North Iowa if 1956 THEN HE PLACED en lie reigning queen Miss Jan Clark Bancroft Miss North owa 1958 Next he honored Cora Baird by bestowing the radi SAME DATE 233 IOWA BAFETI FIGURES it was On the Inside General News 2 Editorials Society News 1214 North Iowa News Sports 1920 Local 2425 Latest Markets 30 Clear Lake News 31 Comics 33 It was assumed Erhard hadiliona aloha greeting The The woman said the fire wasj if filed he Slav wo his demand for a vote of lei for Mrs W H Baird moth lit at 930 when confidence to kill off what hcjer of Bil wasreceded by little called the historical lie thatLaura 4yearold daughter of cffccinlil th no a we n cffccin checked the burner She courl acts fjnauy on she went to church and returnedj starkweather had an hour later to find the fire ulcd o dic last month but won going The woman surmised that the children had matches with them and started the blaze No other residents of the camp claim knowledge of how the fire started MILK SPILLED NEW LIBERTY a brief reprieve The Circuit Courl of Appeals rejected his claim that he did not have fair and adequate counsel during his trial ELLIOTT ACQUITTED SCOTTSDALE Ariz W El gallons of milk spilledjlioU Roosevelt 48 son of the across Iowa 150 Tuesday when late President Franklin D a milk truck overturned in a Roosevelt was acquitted Ttics he was unfitted to become chanUhc Bairds ccllor Informants said that the unity of the party had been restored and that Adenauer anri Erhard had agreed to work together in the future Adenauer previously had an nounced plans to resign as chancellor then changed hisj The sixth lei was presented to the now queen after she was crowned Miss North Iowa 1959 with a traditional kiss from the honored guest who placed the crown upon her head Among the most colorful fea tures of the evening program ditch near here iday on a drunk driving at this critical lime mind Erhard was the the appearance of Miss candidate to replace him Rice Greenfield senior Adenauer reportedly felt Erhard baton twirling champion of was unable to lead West GcrAmerica who gave two exhibi tions one with the single and 21st North Iowa Band Festival Reaches Its Climax Before Thousands at Roosevelt Stadium y
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