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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper VOL 1C2 ft The newspaper fhxir mokes all N or th I o wa ns ne i g hbor Full wire MASON CITY JOWA FRIDAY JUNE W2 HOME EDITION TheMusic 10c a Cowtals ot Five No Iff march T ay Film stars 121 bands here for world press premiere ffS j i i No cash hidden in Switzerland Estes FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES EL PASO Tex Billie Sol Estes denied under oath Friday that he has assets hidden in banks in Switzerland or anywhere else in the world Estes testified before a mass meeting of his creditors in U S District Judge R E Thompsons court He advised the that heowes and has assets of 82079315595 I fllf P ITlflit leaving that can 111VI11 not be paid if ail his assets are sold He took the Fifth Amend ment six times in refusing to answer questions but answered dies of injuries Crash claims 2nd victim Hadloff 70 611 N Shore Dr died Friday morning in Cedar Valley Hospital Charles City from in juries received Monday morning uaweia in a twocar crash east of Charles tion Poage said City Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Wilcox Funeral Home Driver of the other car in the accident Dennis Crooks 16 Chick asawV diedonthe waytothe hos pital The accident the two cars collided headon on the bridge over the Cedar River seven miles east of Charles City Radloff was on his way to hL farm at Postville his former home to help with field work when the accident happened Rad loff received a crushed chest and a broken arm Ford plants to close because of Ohio strike DETROIT AP Ford Motor Co which will complete closing of its 16 passenger car assembly plants and lay off 35000 workers by nightfall said Friday astrike in a key parts plant at Cleveland Ohio will cause the idling of an additional 10000 in its metal stamping division Monday One manufacturing division plant a batterymaking plant em ploying 350 at Owosso Mich was shut Friday because of a lack of storage facilities and if the Cleveland strike continues the company said it would take more manufacturing plants down next week While t passenger car assembly will be halted with the close of Fridays shifts Ford said its five truckassembly plants will con tinue operations next week These are at San Jose Calif Kansas City Mb Louisville Ky Lo rain Ohio and Mahwah NJ and employ approximately GAS LINE ACCIDENT IDAHO FALLS Idaho A natural gas gusher from a ruptured gas main burst into flames Friday killing one man and severely burning four others SAME emphatically when lawyer Al len Poage asked him about hid den assets Estes ticked off five US banks in which he has personal accounts and said he has ac counts for business purposes in 12 US banks I have no other bank ac counts in any shape or form deposit boxes cash or any accounts anywhere in the United States or the world Estes said That answers my next ques I want to talk about Swit That is in the world isnt it Estes said tartly I haye no assets anywhere in any for eign country rAnaccounting firm is reported to be checking Estes books for any evidence of assets hidden in Switzerland Printed reports said there is about million in his accounts that it has not been possible to locate The meeting was his second with his creditors In a meeting last month he took refuge in the Fifth Amendment seven times and refused to answer questions about his affairs He was ordered then to get up a schedule of assets and liabili ties A new label for watered hams WASHINGTON Ag riculture Department the loser in a supreme court appeal Friday modified its proposal for the la belling of watered hams Under the new regulation smoked hams containing up to 10 percent added water would be labelled added in stead of as the de partment had proposed The action followed issuance of a temporary injunction by a fed eral district court to Armour and Company restraining the depart ment from requiring the imita tion label on such ham and pork products x New plan offered by pilots union WASHINGTON UPI The flight engineers union Friday made a counter proposal in its djspute with three major airlines and said it would defer a threat ened strike for at least 24 hours The union offered to submit the economic phases of its dispute to binding arbitration but stuck by its refusal to let an impartial board rule on the makeup of jet crews REDS HUNTED SAIGON South Viet Nam uti troops supported by US helicopters hunted Com munist guerrillas Friday for the second straight day in an area 40 miles north of Saigon On the inside Section II pages 45 Mason City News Section II pages 67 Latest Markets Section page 7 Society News Section 89 Clear Lake News Section III page 8 Editorials Section IV page 6 North Iowa News Section IV page S Band Concert Features Section IV page 10 TV Guide Section V pages 56 Comics page 7 THUNDER STORMS North Friday night and Saturday with scat tered showers and thunder storms likely west part of zone morning A little warmer Friday Mail produced by Warner Bros rnsfhf IfnvAct f IsMimv ic in AA T i night lowest upper 50s to lower in the 80s starting July 18 The movie will M at the and Lake Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday withscattered showers or thunderstorms spreading over west and north central A Little warmer east Friday nightlows 5560 nortti east 6065 west and south High Saturday in the 80s Outlook for showers and thunderstorms and locally cool er Minnesota Variable cloudiness showerswarmer Highs Satur day around 90 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday f Maximum 80 Minimum 53 At 8 am G6 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 70 Minimum 4g One of escapees1 from is recaptured ANAMOSA Four Ana jformatory prisoners fled camp where they were on a park project in the Yellow Riyer Forest area of far northeast Iowaearly Friday Warden Ray Purcell said the men took a 1961 Ford pickup truck owned by the State Conser vation Commission One of the men Eugene Osier 24 of Greene stopped at the home of a brother in Charles City The brother returned himto the work camp Osier was sentenced Mov 13 1957 toa 10year term for forgery in Dickinson County Purcell identified the three still at large as Eldon Manser 24 of Algona sentenced from1 Humboldt County June 17 1957 to 10 years for breaking and entering Raymond Decker 32 of Des VIoines sentenced June 13 1958 rom Polk County to a 10year term for larceny Merlin Foote 23 of Newton sentenced March 4 1961 to five years for embezzlement in Jasper County i first public showing here July 18 is in Mason City and Clear Lake Theaters Warner Bros officials Friday announced the date for the public showing of the film The press premiere of Willsons The Music Man in Mason City Tuesday night is by invitalion only Only a few tickets for the premiere were available for Mason Cityans active in preparing the festival Most invitations went to top press representatives from throughout the nation KGLOTV from 9 to 10 pm Tuesday will telecast the arrival of dignitaries at the theater for the premiere Thejelecast is pro duced jointly by KGLO and WMT Cedar Rapids and by American Telephone and Telegraph and the Northwestern Bell Tele phone Co The program also will be telecast by Mankato The program willbe telecast from 9 to WMT and KGLO are renting a mobile unitfrom WOIT A crew of five technicians from Ames will operate this equipment The is bringingin equipy ment from Denver Des Moines and Kansas City Mo Bell is bringing in equipment from Boone operation for a city the size of Mason City according to an spokesman Microwave equipment the telecast from cameras on top Younkers to equipment on top the Bell building and from there out to the microwave towereast of Mason City From the tower the program will be sent to Cedar Rapids from Cedar Rapids back to KGLOTV for telecast in North Iowa and from Mason City to KEYC Arthur Godfrey emcee for the premiere will introduce the dignitaries in front of the Pal ace Theater as they arrive Godfrey will come to Mason City Monday piloting his own plane which he bought from William Pat Pattersonpresi dent of United Air Line Pat terson and his wife will ac company Godfrey to Mason City Mason stores will open Monday night until 9 pm SPECIAL SESSION TALLAHASSEEFla Gov Farris Bryant saidFriday therewas a strongpossibility he will call a special session of the Florida legislature to act on reapportionmeht morning The stores open Tues day at noon The Cerro Gordo County Courthouse and Mason City city hall will be closed Tues day The Iowa State Employment Service will be closed until 12 noon Tuesday ljf In honor of Warner Bros production of Meredith Will sons The Music Man Tech nicolor Corp will be host for a champagne supper following the press premiere Tuesday night iThe movie is filmedin Technirama and Technicolor The party will take place in the Wedgewood Room of the Hanford Hotel and will be at tended by visiting celebrities press and distinguished citi zens Among those honored will be Meredith and RiniWillson Morton DaCosla producerdi rector of the film and Shirley Jones and Robert Preston who star in the film Events of the festival Tues day will be1 taped for theVoice of America The tape will be edited and rerecorded in 36 different languages The United States Information Agency will broadcast the festival music around the world River City honors Meredith Willson The key time to remember Tuesday is 9 am The annual North Iowa Band Festival parade starts at that time at KGLOTV and will round the Hotel Hanford corner and head south down Federal Ave by The showing oi1 Meredith Willsons The Music Man film is scheduled to start at 9 pm at the Palace Theater for the press premiere of the Warner Bros production When the press premiere ends when the last guest out of state band leaves Wednesday morning when the nations top high school marching band leaves Iowa to tour City will be established as the Marching Band Capital of the World The prediction that this years Music Man premiere and band festival will be the greatest scheduled event in Mason City is about to be borne Nout Earl Hall general chair a man of lne festival committee vWd 111 O said Friday 1 II Just about everything your UTSnGll Planning committee hoped for or dreamed about is not just being realized but multiplied by three or four Hall noted We Had hoped for one or two principals from the movie and were ending up with practically all of FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES J Hospital burned ALGIERS Com mandos of the Secret Army Organ i z a t i o n i i ucicuiauvu iHOfl bombed Algiers biggest day evening Sometime between hospital Because the 6 is and 7 30 pm a caravan of raiders gave stars andpersonalities after ar warning of the bombing no one was injured but h u n dreds of patients were removed from the building some of them in cattle trucks Tells of tricks WASHINGTON A Chicago dancer told a Senate hearing that a bartender ripped off her costume and shoved her on stage when she de murred at stripping early in her night club career Anita Lopushok also told the Senate Rackets sub commit tee she was tricked into giving up her oneyearold daugh ter for adoption then threatened with crime syndicate violence when she tried to get the child back Session set MADISON Wisconsin legisla t u r e will go back into session Monday under a mandate from Gov Gaylord Nel son and a threat by a federal comt to reappor Uon the states congres sional and legislative dis tricts Van meets fan MOSCOW Soviet Premier Khr u s h c he v showed up unexpectedly at Texas pianist Vani Cli burns second sellout concert and toasted him at a dinner party Public celebration Mon HIGHSTEPPING BELLES Eleven girls from Stonewall Jackson High School in Charleston W Va head the marching band from that school The majorettes from left are Judi Mallory Sandra Bat man Phyllis Zabel Judy Greybill Barbara Cum mings Beckey Wieble Sherne Christie Marty Bos tic Betty Arthur Joy Jarrell and Susy Bostic The West Virginia band will arrive in three buses Mon day at pm and will stay at Northwpod during the band festival riving atjhe Mason City Munici pal Airport will move slowly through the business district en route to the Hotel Hanford The caravan of arrivals will part of the open house celebration in downtown Mason City on the sve of the North Iowa Band Fes tival and the Music Man March1 ing Bandi Competition Festival Mason City businesses will re mam open Monday until 9 p m State displays in the store win dows be an added attraction to the events scheduled for the visiting bands A progtam schedule is pub lished in Section I of this band festival special edition De tailed times for events Monday and Tuesday are listed in the program There is one addition to the program Mason City officials will dedicate the Meredith Will son Footbridge over Willow Creek Tuesday afternoon fol lowing the picnic in East Park Willson and his wife Rim will be present for this dedication Outofstate bands will performances at Roosevelt Sta dium Tuesday afternoon This program is open tothe public Bands will appear in eightmin ute presentations in the foliow ng schedule from 1 to pm Alabama California Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan 3 10 Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North arolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Tennessee Texas West Virginia Wis onsin Kansas is not competing Ninety bands from North Iowa and Southern Minnesotainclud ing the six bands from Mason City will participate in the band festival celebration Band con certs detailed limes listed in program section are scheduled in Central Park The Music Man festival is the first event of its kind in the United Slates All hotel space motels and campsites are spoken for School gymnasiums are pre pared for use as lodging A house to house canvass ar ranged for beds in private homes for outofstate guests Warner Bros which presents he press premiere for writers from leading newspapers and magazines of the country has budgeted for the day Richards Music Corp of Elk hart Ind is offering more than the winning band Mason City businessmen and residents raised to fi nance local expenses Hollywood and press person alities as well as all dis   

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