Mason City Globe Gazette, August 10, 1951

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 10, 1951

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1951, Mason City, Iowa lowoi Doily EMM lot NIWSPAflt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS Nil CM 101 HOME EDITION MASON CITY DOLLAt DAYS v VOL trn HUM PMH nil LMM Wfcw MASON CtTT IOWA FMDAY AUGUST If Ifil Thto THE air view of the North Iowa fairgrounds taken dur ing last years exposition will help North lowans find their way about The grounds packed with shows exhibits and concessions c are con fusing to visitors The features are numbered from main gate on Federal avenue to 14 the auto entrance on 19th S W 15 the parking lot 16 the stables on the north side of the racetrack and 17 the mid GIobeGaxctte photo by Muner Iowa Fair way with its showsand rides The buildings shown are 2 the swine and 4H barns 3 the dairy barn 4 the beef barn 5 the 4H the horse barn 7 ridinghorse stables 8 the poultry exhibits 9 the Mer chants building 1Q Floral hall 11 the rest rooms 12 the grand stand and 13 the administration building Open Tuesday Colorful Ice Show Booked for 6Niglits Auto Races Judging Complete Program By DAVE BRYANT GIobeGueUe Farm Editor Witn new dates new entertain ment and overflowisg livestock barns the North Iowa of the big will throw out the welcome mat With the dates advanced two weeks from the traditional North Iowa fair week there will be no conflict with the Iowa and Min nesota state fairs Aug 25 to Sept 3 And an outstanding entertain ment program encourages f air officials to expect another record breaking Mason City event Booked for a performance in front of the grandstand each night of the 6day fair the Voorhees Fleckles Ice Varieties of 1951 promises to be a in North Iowa entertainment New Fair officials declare that the colorful outdoor ice show heral a new epoch in the lifeof the North show thousands at the Chicago railroad Iowa fair Last year the gained the approval of added to this years fair will be abrucellosis control exhibi sponsored by Iowa State collegi and the state department ot agri culture andthe International Art exhibit brought tothe North Iowa fair by George Lambert New York N Y space in the Merchants building and Floral hali has been sold out for weeks Lawson says A tent is being erected to provide additional spacein whichboys 4H club demonstration teams can perform Bit Livestock Show Livestock entries indicate that a newrecord may be set in the number of animals exhibited Livestock Superintendent Gilberi Gib Davisson has been count ing and recounting pens and stalls to find space for exhibitors The fair management has been refusing livestock entries in some departments for more than a week due to space limitations There wont be an empty pen in the swine pavilion despite the fact that the building was remodeled and enlarged last year Jiawson predicts Fair take home in pre miums and cording to special awards ac Lawson Of that fair Voorhees Fleckles wiU bring their 6wn portable refrig eration unit to freeze a new ice skating arena before each per formance A cast of more than 60 persons assembled from all over the world will participate in the 20act show To get the fair off to a big start the fair management is fea turing the Tuesday night grand standshow as Mason City night No outside gate admission ami no parking fee will be asked of those who attend the ice show that eve ning The nationally famed Joie Chit wood Thrill spectators on show theedges of kept their seats at the 1950 fair will return with new stunts and acts for this years event Thrill shows are and Saturday afternoons in front of the grand stand Auto Races r Also on the must see list for many North lowans are the stock car races on the Wednesday and Sunday afternoon grandstand programs The grueling 100mile stock car race will be staged Sun day Big car auto races will be the feature grandstand attraction Friday afternoon A complete sellout of midway concession space is reported by M C Cap Lawson secretary manager Model Shows Inc will setting up rides and conces llons early next week Among the special attractions amount and FJFA exhibi rs will get more than in prizes and special awards The value of premiums offeree to junior exhibitors hasbeen more than tripled in the last 5 years as a result of the fair man agements determined effort to make the North lotfa fair an out standing junior show Flan Sale Monday Again this year the fair will feature both county and distric competition for 4H and FFA chapter members Most of the market livestock exhibited by the boys and girls will be auctionec Monday after being on exhibit throughout the show Wednesday will be family day when all members of a family may enter the gates at special reduced rates Children under 16 yearsof age will be admitted to the fairgrounds free during Fri day childrens day A special childrens grandstand matinee is planned at 10 a m Friday Last years record breaking North Iowa fair stands as a chal lenge o the 1951 exposition A total of 41196 persons paid ad mission to the 1950 fair and offi cials estimated that the addition of children and exhibitors who were admitted free of charge boosted the total attendance to about 50000 When all the figures were tabu May Send More Than 6 Divisions to Europe Washington warning by Senator Conrially D Texas that the U S may have to send more than 6 divi sions to the Atlantic army has intensified the hitter battle The issue which had congress tied inlknots earlier thi year underwent a strong revival Thursday on both side of the capitoL In passinga 856062405890 money bill to finance th military establishment fo he fiscal year the house de dined by a vote of 131 to 84 t ut a 6division lid on U S con tributions to the European def ens army Comrallys remarks made at news conference indicated that h concerned over the possi a similar senate test His varning brought critical respons rom several republican senator Senator Hackenlooper R said he sees no reason t think we will orshould send more divisions Not Binding The senate checked its earlier over troops for Europe in a resolution which said it i the sense of the senate that onl 4 U S divisions in addition to the two already there should be sent to Europe s However this is not legally binding on the president as com manderinchief Connally chairman of the sen ate foreign relations committee spoke out shortly after his group and the senate armed services committee wound up joint hear ings dh the administrations 500000000 foreign aid bill A similar cut to 848750000 cleared the house foreign affairs committee Thurs day night by a 20 to Q vote It is slated for rules committee clear ance Monday house debate starting Wednesday arid house ac tion by tke endbf the week The committee billM651250000 less than President Truman re quested for military and economic assistance to noncommunist areas f the world calls for direction of the program by a chief with cabi net rank outside the state depart latcd the North Iowa fair ranked 3rd in the slate in 1950 daytime attendance Lawson reports On the basis of attractions offered by this years fair it should top the 1950 fair as much as it over shadowed its predecessors he de clared ment Less Than Expected While the fund cut in the house measure was less than some ad nirristration leaders had expected they liked other committeevoted changes even less In the latter category were com mittee decisions to put all foreign aid programs under a single ad ministrator to terminate the eco nomic cooperation program next June 30 and to limit the entire aid program to June 30 1954 The bills major hurdle is a de mand by some house members for eepcr cuts running to a minimum f 1000000000 At Least 7 Dead in Train Crash in South 60 Injured in Louisiana a a coach troop train and VfastKan sas City Southern passenger train crashed headon and burst i flames Friday t Seven iiersons Jwere known dead and state police said the toll might be12 Sixty persons were injured police said Aubrey Stears Jr 9years old of Lettsworth two miles from he wreck was run tilled byan autombbileashe gal oped on his pony to the scent The troop train carried 288 ma rines Cut Rescue workers had to hack a road through the jungle un the Mississippi river bottomlands to get at the wreck munication with by police radio The only com the scene was Douglas Manship state director f civil defense whoflew over he wreck reported by radio Four or 5 passenger cars on troop train demolished andiboth ocomotives Only two cars iouthern Belle the other train ntact Rest destroyed v L R Thomas of Winnfield L who was on the Southern Belle aid he was knocked unconscious ut as soon as he regained his enses he jumped up and fled for ear the burning locomotives would blow up I ran way up the tracks he aid I dont know how many vere killed but there were a lot njured I am as bloody as a hog myself but I am just cut up and x bones broken 1 Marine Killed A preliminary report to U S marines headquarters in Washing OTI said one marine was killed and injured But a nurse in a New oads clinic said she was treating injured marines State police headquarters in Ba on Rouge the state capital said eservations T Friday Saturday Tuesday nitht grandstand purchased through Mi City merchants can lie ex fw reserved tick ai additional Friday and Satnrdarat a tooth in Cen tral park according to a Mason CUr Chamber of Connteree rep resentative their men on the scene had diced that two were dead and then raised that to 4 But state also saidvtheyhaitalked to a physician in a Morganza TaM clin ic who at least 12 dead And stafefpolice estimated tha 40 at least 20 civil ians were hurt trains collided at the namle of Lettsworth about 20 miles northwest of New Boads A caravan of ambulances was Baton Rouge ibout 50 miles from the wreck md the nearest city with many of the injured State police sent tut a motorcycle and squad car escort to bring them intohospi tals Radio reports from the scene said victims stillwere trapped in he crumpled twisted f the on both trams were that trucks were ringing in forties to cut them The marines were enroute from Camp ieJeune NCar tothe mar rine brise ab San Diego CaL One assenger said marines were car ying out the dead and helping ic injured minutes after the wrecks on Armistice Talks Daily Program for North Iowa Fair TUESDAY Entry Day Model Shows on the midway p by Sheffiel band p Varieties of 195 City night WEDNESDAY Family Day Special admission rates forfam flies J u d g i n stores tex tiles flowers crops vegetables horsesand beef cattle p by Clear Lake band car races p by Brit band p Varieties of 195 on stage THURSDAY beef sheep junior and open class beef an junior dairy exhibits p by Buffal Center band p Chifwood Thrill show p by North wood oand p Varieties of 195 on stage FRIDAY Childrens Day Children under 16 admittec free class dairy jun or swine exhibits and 4H clu demonstrations lOOO a natineeConcert by franklin Consolidated band Larimer p by Frank in Consolidated band p car auto races by Corwith land class swine ant 4H club demonstrations p Nora Springs band s p Chitwood Thrill show band p by Rude p Varieties of 1951 on stage SUNDAY byHockford sand race jand ce Varieties of 1951 p stock car by Manly i p performance Jet Bomber Speeds 886 Miles an Hour Shreveport La airforce base reported that an RB45 jet bomber averaged a peed of 886 miles an ieved to be for that type f plane This speedwas made possible was explained Thursday by jet air stream which traveled t a speed of from 225 to 300 mil er hour The stream is an air utrent which encircles the earth t certain here states of l the atmos INCREASES TV Washington ation KMTV of Shenandoah owa was one of 10 TV stations uthorized increased operation by the federal coramuni ations commission Thursday West Point Happy Blaik Will Return Point N Y Blaik electing to stay on as grid iron coach of an Army team shat tered by the cribbing scandal has the blessings of the military acad emys top commander Blaik announced his decision at a private news conference in New York City Thursday Immediate reaction came from the academys superintendent Maj Gen who said Frederick A Irving I am pleased that Red Blaik is going to remain as head foot ball coach and director ath letics at West Point He is afi forthright gentleman in whom I have the utmost confidence and I know he will act in the best In terests of the military academy Tnonan In Washington President Tru man is conducting private in quiry into football emphasis at the nations service academies in cluding the operation of their athlete recruiting systems Mr Truman vwho is an avid football fan told his news con at West Point without killing the patient jv One white house official said the president had no intention of probing into the discipline in the case andadded What the president would to a zeal amateur standing Although the presidents Juris diction is limited to the service academics aides said the all wotdd dig Red Chief Silent for 131 Minutes Insist on Deal for 38th Line FROM imi SJOIVICE8 tJN Advaaoe Bast Below song Korea Nations ne gotiators mayput in agreebr fight time limit on negotiations at the result of a i crisis in ceasefire talks reported Saturday The negotiators re fused Hatty at ceasefire talksFriday to consider anything but the 38th parallel as the de marcation line between UNand communist armies They refused likewise to pew on to anyother program item 1 The 38th parallelis the basic conditionof any armistice1 the communistvchief negotiator serted s h The entire conference ference Thursday he is attempting into a new crisis rt to find a Temedyforthe situation shattered hopefor an early cease fire There was a growing feeling here that the chance of any agreement was diminishing There was increasing belief that the only way to fct thercomnau ifytheyla time Jimit on the talks Officials would say onlyt that no such tisM limit had been set yet unprecedented precipitated said Blaiks decision to remain as cepfc a buff er zone it army coach was noteasy The cheating M cadets his xonce vaunted footballforces to a mere few ir Bis own son and star Hack Robert BlaikAwaits expul sion on the cribbing charges The younger Blaik who closed only Thursdaythat ihewis among the tremendously i pleased that as ather wall Continue at the academyr As for himself the said of Ms cigaret 11 fulfc brelectricity saidBrig1 Gen William P Mitk oliT official UN xvfCSr Heiaid General Nam nervous drummed on made a mistake Were going 0 pay for it Coach Blaik speaking of my roys said although are 1 error I dont believe any of hem is different fundamentally n a character way There is no moral reason to end them out into armyservice r to other colleges with thingibut the same tion they had when they came in he said Blaik is hoping that the cadets e c e i v e honorable discharges ipinon generally is divided on this matter v The cadetsare accused of vio Lttng the academys honor f giving advance informationon written exams to their fellow classmen BIDDER Ottaha Construction p Omaha was the apparent low Eisenhowers Defend Code System MILTON RICHMAX Wert PointN Jwight D Eisenhowers son a II military academy English in tructpr said Friday his fatherunr oubtedly is as shocked as any ne else by the classroom cheat ing scandal involving 90 cadets Capt John S D Eisenhower a 9yearold crew cut blond said e and his father often had man aman talks about West Points honor code because the general a firm believer in the system Ij father and I used to talk about the honor code informally even before I entered West Point Eisenhower said Honor ip here means strictly honesty I dont see why every institu ion doesnt have an honor sys etn I know the University of Virginia has a good one He said he did not think the im ending dismissal of the cadets as at all drastic Neither did President Truman e said Thursday in Washington at the case was closed as far as the cadets facing dismissal were concerned He also ordered an investigation of athletic sys tems at West Point Annapolis and other service schools because many of the offenders were foot ball players Young Eisenhower a graduate of the West Point class of 1944 smilingly admitted he had re ceived more than my share of demerits while I was here espe cially during my plebe year but that he always felt the system a part of the code that made West Point great To illustrate how strictly the word honor is regarded at the academy he cited a story his fath r used to tell him My father told about one cadet in his class who tried to violate She honor system by quibbling1 but was caught and discharged anyway he said Thta particular cadet went honeback ridinr and while on the horse he wanted to light a cigaret but found he cotldnX Be not permitted to get off the hone except for a valid tea ton like having to chase his hat which nay have blown off and he knew It So he hat purposely caused it to blow off dismounted cot his bat back and lit his cigaret meanwhile When he returned from the trip he signed the usual state ment saying that he had not got ten off the horse except for a valid reason which of course was not so He was found West Points term for dismissal be cause someone saw him and re ported he had broken the honor code Eisenhower who instructs only plebes admitted that academics at the academy do place a burden upon athletes We can tell that he said be cause many of the athletes in our classes are always scraping bottom academically speaking BuV he hastily pointedout many athletes manage to do well in their studies and live by the honor code at the same time I s J Occasionally Jie received notes from staff offiwre behiridhinirBut said nothing J f The communist cdS f Most of the time Nuck ols said Admiral Joy sat calmly Nuckpls said writing notes in a detachod sort of fashion r Breaks SOenee y Joy appeared patient vaxiS times boredNuckola saidi Joy finally broke the The admiral without even clearing his throat spoke a clear crisp voice observingtfeit the3twoyelefations seemedto bo deadlocked on the buffer zone is sue Then heasked 1 Do you haveany proposal by which we could brealt lock Nam wassilent for a moment He appeared to be expecting MOM sign from other members of tha idder on a project for stabilizing red delegation Finally he ttosquito creek channel ouncil Bluffs The Omaha firms id was plied thatthe deadlock could bo solved by using parallel as the military dividing line then that Joy suggested the conference temporarily pass the buffer zone two on the proceed number 3 International inspection behind rival lines Nam refused Another Session Despite the complicated lock delegates scheduled another session for 11 a m Saturday 7 p m Friday CS The UN communique said the red delegation refused adamant ly to talk about 1 present battle lines as a possible armis tice demarcation line 2 a buffer zone anywhere but on the parallel or 3 any other SAME DATE BiMk fh M ;