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Albert Lea Centennial Tribune (Newspaper) - June 7, 1957, Albert Lea, Minnesota The a in Mac Tribune volume Lix number 133 Puu leased wire news report of the associated Presa daily and sunday. Albert Lea Minnesota Friday june 7, 1957 152 pages fifty cents extend Welcome a banners started going up wednesday on Albert Lea business places to Welcome visitors to the combined Centennial Dairy Days and firemen a convention Here june 9-12. Glenn Doty left and Richard Olson two off duty firemen joined a Crew from Minneapolis in putting up the banners which will go on 160 buildings. Work is being done by fill More and Bradbury inc., and required special approval of the chamber of Commerce. Tribune photo Jap charges Are denied by accused i Camp Whittington. Japan Jim i William Girard declared today japanese charges that he enticed a woman scrap collector a her death were untrue. He said the fatal shooing was accidental. The Young i added however that he expects a fair trial in japanese courts. Girard s japanese lawyer and his u. S. Army Legal adviser went ahead with plans to defend the 21-year-old Soldier in the nearby Maebashi District court despite Legal moves by other lawyers in the United states to forestall the japanese trial. At the request of attorneys re Centennial program 8 Lake Park. Saturday Winnebago Indian ceremonial dance at Fountain republicans backing Ike on spending party workers doubt revolt in Congress Washington up a president Eisenhower picked up fresh support for his $71,800,000,000 spending program among Republican party workers today. Although there was some dissent voiced at the gop National conference Eisenhower will address later in the Day several influential delegates said they do not believe the congressional revolt against the budget represents rank and file sentiment. Vice president Nixon told the conference yesterday the country ought to be thankful the democrats Don t control the White House. He said they would have spent 40 billion dollars More than the Eisenhower administer anon has since 1953. His remarks were greeted by warm applause. But there was no evidence he had stirred any fresh interest in the 1960 preside Nual nomination race. Most delegates had their minds on next year s congressional elections. National chairman Meade Alcorn expressed Confidence the gop has reopened the pocket books he said had been closed to the party recency because of the i budget controversy. I Alcorn said in a speech prepared for today a session he Bakers Union head says he shared in banquet funds Tain d by Girard s family a fed the Public sunday morning Church services. 3 30 memorial service at High school auditorium. 8 game Rochester is. Albert Lea at Hayek Field. 8 Indian ceremonial dance at Fountain Lake Park. Monday 7 30 a state fire chiefs association exec he said. Tive committee breakfast at Avalon cafe not open to the Public to state fire chiefs association meeting. Not open to the Public to a for Relief association Secretary Sample room a hotel Albert not open to the Public to Princess judging at hotel Albert not open to become political hucksters to become but he said Quot we need to put a 20th Century spotlight on re Quot we must not in this Day and age think we can exhibit our wares to the people by gaslight a eral judge in Washington ordered the army not to yield the Soldier to foreign custody before a hearing tuesday on an application for a write of Hareas Corpus. The Girard family s attorneys in the United states contended Girard shot a trespasser on a u. S. Military base while he was on duty and that the u. status of forces agreement provides Only for the japanese to try servicemen accused of offences committed while off their bases and off duty. U. S. Authorities in Japan orig to a cookie contest at High school auditorium. 11 30 a state fire department association Board of directors meeting at Avalon cafe not open to the Public 1 30 school at High school auditorium. 2 firemen Benefit association meeting at National guard armory not open to the Public 2-4 for firemen Delegate wives at eagles club rooms not open to the Public 5 30 p convention banquet at National guard armory not open to the Public 6 p my dinner for Dairy Princess contestants at hotel Albert not open to the Public southerners s ight jury trial Victory Washington Ute Leader of the Southern bloc in the House today predicted Victory in their Effort to attach a jury trial amendment to the civil rights Btu. Passage of the Bill next week is tacitly conceded. But a bitter fight is ahead in the Senate where previous civil rights measures have foundered. The big House fight is Over the 8 15 county Centennial pageant at the Southern attempt to Amend the in airy held a similar position Quot re Fairgrounds. Whisker contest preceding performance. Corona Bdl to provide mandatory jury listing japanese demands to yield lion of Pioneer Queen and fireworks immediately following trials for people accused of Vio Ottard for trial. But a decision pageant. Rating Federal court orders issued by Secretary of state Dulles and 9 dancing at Morin Park by the Belles and in �?o�?opp01 of voting or other beaus club of Hollandale. Secretary of defense Wilson tuesday to turn Girard Over to japanese jurisdiction in effect upheld the japanese Contention that while Girard was authorized to protect military property he was not authorized to shoot. Glenville youth critically Hurt in plane blast rights a i think we be got it a rep. Willis a la told a newsman. Willis concentrated on the jury trial Issue yesterday in delivering what amounted to the keynote speech for the southerners. Rep. John Bell Williams Ltd tuesday 9 a meeting of the Minnesota state fire department association convention at National guard armory. Not open to the Public 11 30 a settlers picnic at Edgewater Park. In. 11 30 a and style show for firemen Dele my i a did a it looks pretty Ligate wives at Spanish dining room hotel Albert not open to t the Public Abernethy a Misi said 2 by gov. Orville Freeman at National an actual count showed 240 votes r i in the a to Utica 40 mini a than an guard armory. 3 p county Centennial Parade. 6 p for Dairy Princess candidates and Spon airman 3c Alvin c. Storvick. 18, sors at hotel Albert not open to the Public son of or. And mrs. Alert c. Stor g p reception for gov. Orville Freeman Vich route 2, Glenville was Crit at Union Center. Tickets available at registration desk hotel a a a a a a locally injured in Sibert an explosion a 11 Elgin air Force in the House-22 More than an absolute majority for the amendment. But he conceded it might not be possible to hold All the republicans the southerners Are Cou Nung on. President Eisenhower and the Republican House leadership opposed the Amend 8 15 p m a Freeborn county Centennial pageant. Gov. Went in in in nor rata Tinct who of a for la Quot there has been a shift of opinion airy in Ness anti 1 ire Wurns Smuc Umici Rubw Wnm a he was taken the pageant. Bate Florida Orville Freeman to speak preceding the performance Corona Wum. However said he thinks yesterday. Tion of the Dairy Princess and fireworks immediately following among rep Buci Gln favor of by plane to Brooke army Hospital fort Sam Hou s t o n. Texas an associated press re i the jury trial amendment. His 8 game at Hayek Field. Speech yesterday Drew sub Stan 9 dancing at Morin Park by Belles and tiai applause from the Republican beaus club of Hollandale. Side. To l l i v l w 111 v i the Southern strategists re to til in Bali Ai ported v Are hoping for a Core of 10 a m a Minnesota state fire department meeting at i about no Southern votes ail but a few of them Democrat us plus about 25 More democratic vote Storvick was killed by an oxygen system in an f86h Sabre with two others. He was airman so prettier Malone jr., 20, of Osceola Ark. The third Man. Airman 2.c. William o. Nelson 19, Hickory n.c., was released from the base Hospital after treatment. Port from t h e National guard armory not open to the Public Airfield said to 2 p m children a Parade. Air Man 2 30 Cream eating contest at City Parks. Little i from other parts of the country explosion of the miss Sunbeam and sir Clacky Wack to be at Parade and con test 7 30 car racing at Fairgrounds. Or close to it. Depending on absences. Mother nearly 5 teen Ager die Man 66, receive drowns saving child in violent crash High school diploma Mckeesport a. Up a an j Gaylord Mich. Or Ray me Amityville. N. Y. Six a Aulo Cras i so violent it awakened Kinley a 66-year-old Gaylord Lum the Elgin Public information of Mother who swim almost i residents half a mile away took Ber company executive and a five said a High pressure oxygen dawned isl night in a futile ef-1 the lives of five teen agers near member of the school Board bottle used for High allude flying Lort to Rescue her 3 year old this mall town last night. Will graduate from High school exploded. Daughter who had fallen into an a a a just out tor a ride j himself tonight. Storvick s Mother and Fiancee deep canal. Just out for a ride a sobbed Hie he dropped out of school during a neighbor Arthur Lutz Dove in year old Driver Bruce Wessel his senior year in 1906 to help into the canal and managed to who was one of the two survive m his father s print shop and get both the Mother mrs Wal ors. He told police his Auto was i never returned until last fall. For Ter marrow and daughter to forced from the Highway by Aneth diplomas to other graduating s inshore. Or machine. Have left for the army Hospital to see him fair. Cool temperatures maximum wednesday 85. Minimum wednesday morning 60. 8 of a. In today 50 rainfall .41 inches. Weather1. Minnesota fair and Coel saturday name is George Dallas Jim Cati urn i Otsuka went through the routine of having his name changed in District court. The new Moniker it a George Ca Tzumi Otsuka. A every most i y body Calla me George a he explained to judge d. B. Wood. Start voyage Tokyo Jim two japanese government ships left Tokyo today for a 4,000-mile criss Cross voyage in the Western Pacific seeking clues to the reason for recent temperature rises of Arctic Waters. Dents. Fourth australian lottery Winner Dies Sydney yrs Herb Chun who won 50,000 pounds <167,200 in a recent lottery died of heart failure today. He was the fourth Winner of a big australian lottery to die this year. One of 2 Jet pilots Down in sea saved aboard uss Saratoga Jim the Pilot of one of the two Jet planes which plunged into the Atlantic thursday night has been rescued it was announced aboard this Supe Carrier today. The report spelled at least partial Success for a mercy operation that had sharply curtailed Navy Maneu vers at which president Eisenhower a guest aboard the Saratoga was a Spectator. Sixteen of the 18 warships escorting the a big Sarah had been sent to take part in the Hunt and four of Ole 60,000-ton carriers own planes were put into the search at Dawn. Announcement of the Rescue came shortly after word had been received aboard the Saratoga that a Man on a life raft had been sighted about 120 Miles Northeast of Jacksonville Fla. That was the area in which the Jet fighters went Down. Second Pilot misting there was no information regarding the Fate of the Pilot of the second plane. The two jets from the Navy Cecil Field at Jacksonville. Fla. Were not taking part in the Sara Toga Maneu vers. The Sharp paring of the Sara togas escort of warships wiped out plans to give Eisenhower look at firing of a terrier guided missile from a heavy Cruiser. It also eliminated a Demontra Tion of Antisubmarine warfare tactics and of precautions against effects of radioactive fallout from atomic weapons. Still on the schedule was the firing of two other types of guided missiles the regulus and the sidewinder. Keeps close touch Eisenhower himself kept close touch with the search. Also in the search were air sea Rescue planes from Jacksonville Savannah and Charleston together with coast guard air and surface Craft. The Navy also alerted civilian vessels in the area. The president planned to return to the Mayport naval base near Jacksonville in the Early afternoon. Word from presidential aides was that he wanted nothing to stand in the Way of an All out Effort to Rescue the missing fliers. Weather halts exercise last night a combination of Gusty winds rain and an Elev trial storm forced cancellation of a major portion of an after dark exercise arranged for the president. Only four of a scheduled dozen planes went up in a Drill that involved the use of radar and a new Mirror deck Landing system to bring them Back. Before word came of the missing demons a third Cecil Field Jet fell into the sea about seven Miles from the Saratoga. Its Pilot Marvin g. Mccanns of Hau ton pa., bailed out before the crash and was rescued by a helicopter from the Saratoga. Meanwhile the possibility arose that still another plane might be Down in the same general area. The coast guard at Miami received a report that an aircraft had crashed St sea 40 Miles off Cape canaveral about 140 Miles South of Jacksonville. The air Force missile test Center is located there. The dramatic search for the missing demons overshadowed the feat of four Navy jets which yesterday landed on the Saratoga a big deck after a nonstop flight from the Carrier Bon homme Richard off the California Pacific coast. This was the first Ocean to Ocean Carrier flight in history staged As a Surprise demonstration for Eisenhower and other High government officials of the Navy readiness to move swiftly a and across vast distances in any emergency. Given $60,000 from dinner in his Honor pity the newsboys a Tribune carriers Gary Ham mond 15, and Curtis Monson la had their hands full with today a 152-Page, 2-Pound Centennial edition. The stack they re looking at contains about 122 copies the number each boy had to deliver. Gary who got his Drivers License about a month ago took his dads car and had someone help him on his route. Curtis enlisted the Aid of his Mother brother and two Sisters. Gary is the son of or and mrs. Gordon Hammond 1641 Massee St., and Curtis the son of or. And mrs. Ted h. Monson Garden Villa. Long Range period wins foreign Aid opponents out for big fund Cut Washington urn opponents of ports a special fund for Emer president Eisenhower a a foreign Gentles Technics assistance and Ald program a Defeated in at tempts to deny him longer Range fight today on reducing its $3,865, too total. The Senate foreign relation committee approved late yesterday the two billion Dollar revolving fund Eisenhower asked to make Long term Low Letrest Loans Over a three year period for economic development abroad. It also voted him authority to continue military assistance and defense support to free world allies for at least two More years. Until now that authority has been granted on a year to year basis. Only funds left this left opponents Little to fight Over in the committee except funds to be authorized for military Aid and defense sup Wisconsin sets special election Madison Wiz. Uhf Wisconsin voters will vote to a special election aug. 27 to nil the u. S. Sedate vacancy caused by the death Al sen. Joseph Mccarthy. The term will expire in january 1959 the Date for the balloting was set yesterday by gov. Vernon Thom son who had announced last monday that the Post would be filled in a special election. Denied appoint be Power by state Law Thomson had the option of leaving the office vacant until the regular election la the fall of Mccarthy died May 2 of a liver ailment. Centennial trib will be mailed All Over nation this i52 Page Centennial edition of the Tribune represent a tremendous amount of extra labor by the staff of your Friendly Community newspaper. A 11 regular subscriber will receive a copy without extra charge. It la being delivered today. Those who live on Carrier routes who have ordered extra copies will receive them monday according to rues Zavitz circulation manager. Bulk deliveries will also be made at that time. Some schools Are ordering exit a copies for use in classroom work next year. Mali copies will begin going to the Post office is soon is the presses Start today. The mailing will continue until ail Centennial editions have been dispatched. There a still a limited number of unreserved copies. These will be sold for 50 cents or called anywhere in the u. S for 65 cents. Orders will be received at the Tribune Busine office. Happy Centennial Reading. Rescuers free boy pinned by Rock St. Cloud Minn. Jim Rescue workers used Hydraulic jacks to free a 14 year old boy pinned beneath a Large Block of Granite in a Quarry near the St. Cloud City limits crushing his leg. Anthony Safranski jr., St. Cloud trapped when the Rock apparently Washingtonjr Senate a. A Etc probes today heard test Morv that a National vice president of the Bakers Union. Max a Ralsto a received some $60,000 process from a june 1956 Waldorf Astoria banquet held in his Honor. Joseph Tenczar ousted business agent of a Brooklyn told the committee a Story of a pressuring a of employers to buy Iek ets Ai d advertising in connection with the banquet. He said the employers so tapped were men with whom n regularly bargained for baking Industry labor contracts. Tenczar told about hitting gome 60 employers for $25 banquet tit hets plus $50 contributions for getting their names printed on a banquet souvenir program Robert Kennedy commit due counsel asked whether he used a a pressure to get the contributions. A i most certainly the witness replied. Sold employer ticket Tenczar said when employee a walked a special Union Quot team took liver to pre a them for . Quot he said he Itomi it they were reminded bargaining demands might be tougher if Bev did no to contribute. Quot i know if i were an Etnan it i would have paid a he added the committee went into by Story of Kralstein s banquet As a preliminary to later questioning 4 James g. Cross International president of the Bakers about if ports of gifts and other favors in had received from the Union i also planned to question wit be ses about alleged misuse of aim # of a in los Ingles. Repeated fifth amendment pleas by George Stuart resign fire vice president of the Tot National Union halted efforts by the committee to question tins yesterday about testimony that he had misused More than $40,Mig to get Union Money. Used Protection 23 time Stuart who said he is new in employed used the amendment s Protection against a Elf inert Nina other phases of the program. Sen. Sparkman a Ala predicted cuts would not top 250 million j Tion 23 times in to minutes dollars in committee. But sen. J Stuart paled and closed i Eves in my i a la predicted a a much when Robert f. Kennedy Tho higher there Baa been committee counsel read off to talk of a slash As big As 750 Mil him an Illinois statute which Lions. Fines embezzlement under Trust As Long said opponents will carry larceny. To the Senate their fight to limit i Kennedy said that Case adar the Aid authority Quot and i think ease of what he termed Una ukr Well have better Luck the a Quot it improper use of Udupa Bill comes up for Senate debate fund by Stuart had occurred in next week Chicago. He said the Money Cam no Roll Ciu of. We liken a . In. By. Sen Man id Mon id he,d�1 the m a a Quot Quot trustee. With Stuart refusing to answer. The committee turned to it a i i sources in presenting evidence fund to one year and 300 million that non Cash we but a t6 Huy Millare Quot until Lim nun Aoa till at it a was no to even close when he lost on an amendment to hold the proposed economic development dollars a until we can see what Success it provide borrowing Power instead the committee tent timely approved not Only the 500 Cadillac automobiles for both Cross and Stuart. Subpoenaed documents and staff investigators pictured Stuart a getting also a Chevrolet Corvette millions for the year starting july a $375 cocktail set $95 cuff link. I but authority for the fund to a $780 Pearl necklace bract Lel borrow 750 millions from the earrings set clothing for himself. Treasury in each of the succeed furniture for his Home and mooing two years. A ,h1 the St investigators the committee wrote in some 11 they traced into his Bank a restrictions including one which count would set up an advisory com-1 s�?o7und h up uld Quot a a a a pol Quot a 01 killed by truck the administration Victory on Moorhead Minn. Jim bet military assistance and defense Man f. Wagner 68. Barnesville support authority was Only a Minn., died in a Hospital he tiai one Eisenhower had sought thursday after a truck backed permanent authorizations with no Over him in a gravel pit neat Money ceilings. Downer Minn. Like their smoking a i bunnies smoke pack a Day in cancer study Dallas Jim if a big red Rah i bits with mahogany markings bit with a new zealand accent Only one Bunny balks at smok hops up to you on a Street Cor-1 log the a reports but the roller and says a buddy can you sear hers Force him to go ale a pare a match a cad the nearest with die crowd a Hospital. Not for yourself. For j hop to find answer the Bunny. He san Escapee. Or. Holland said today that be of you re the be kind to animals and his staff Hope to answer la Type give him a couple of Cigar question of whether cigarettes can relies before he carried away cause lung cancer. He probably is crazy about them j a rabbits react to certain lung the Bunny has the nicotine conditions More like humans than habit pretty bad if he a one of the do rats mice or other Laboratory 40 at the veterans adm Nistra animals a he said lion Hospital Here. His quota of or. Hollands bunnies spend j smokes is a pack a Day. Out of each 24 hours in plastic like to smoke boxes fitted with electronic Gad or Robert h Holland of the gets hospitals staff started the rabbits although the rabbits have Bren on their smoking Binge about a smoking a year or Holland Bas issued no findings on his research. Year a a strangely enough most of the the life Span of a Rabbit is about shifted As he played with other rabbits seem to enjoy smoking a 5 years and conclusions Mut children. He was taken to a bos the doctor said a particularly new wait until autopsies Are perform re Siul in con Ilu. A a us re i. Quot to. Re i rib of tit the 4

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