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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper lor the VOL LVI1I CITY G ETTE THI NlWSfArilt THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N 11 G H 10 R V HOME EDITION Associated Press ami United 1ress full Lease Wires Five a Copy 100000 Visit MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 8 W2 Coiwlsts of Two One No 141 952 North Iowa F DRAWS CAPACITY ice show presented at the North Iowa Fair as the feature of Mason City Night a year ago drew this capacity crowd Popularity of that show nioved the Fair management to book an even larger troupe The Ice Vogues of 1952 for this years evening grandstand entertainment Mason City Night also is scheduled for Tuesday evening this year Mason City re tailers are selling the tickets for 1 each for admission to the grounds and grandstand Sen McKellar 83 Loses Bid tor ReNomination Milwaukee Division Goes to Sioux City The division offices of the Mil waukee Railroad arc scheduled to move to Sioux City on Oct Pete Weiland division superintendent of the Milwaukee Railroad in Mason City announced Friday Weiland said that six members of his staff will be effected by the move He said thatperhaps three or four members of his present staff may stay in Mason City rather than move their families to Sioux City An assistant superintendent will replace the present divisional setup In Mason City Weiland said Rob ert W Graves of BeJoit Wis has beenappointed to that post He will arrive in Mason City Monday Although most of the proposed change is still in the planning stage Weiland said that they call for a coordinated office at Sioux City The dispatchers office from Mitchell SD also will be moved to the new divisional headquarters Therell be no change in the Mil waukees operational program in Mason City Weiland stated that the main reason for shifting hisoffice to Sioux City is that it is a more centrally located point for opera tion Inline with the trend toward a district rather than a division set up the Milwaukee Road has been cutting its forces in Mason City for the last two years The master mechanics office was discontinued and moved to Minneapolis in 1950 The dispatch ers office was discontinued Nov 15 1951 and its duties taken over by those at Dubuquc and Mitchell SD The main store department has largely been moved to Minne apolis ELECTROCUTED VINTON Wi Ed Krupa 25 Omaha was electrocuted Thurs day when he touched a 2400volt wire while rewiring a generator in the Vinton municipal power plant Dean of Senate Beaten by Gore in Tennessee Race NASHVILLE Temi Gore handsome young Tennesse congressman wrote finis to the long senatorial career of Kenneth D McKellar 83yearokl dean of the U S Senate in nearly complete returns from Thursdays Dem ocratic primary In another ousting of the ins Frank G Clement 32 ended Gov Gordon Brown ings 4year reign as governor Browning was seeking a third two yenr term The 44yearold Gore who eam JAMES P McGRANERY Foresee Justice Dept Resignations WASHINGTON now round of toplevel resignations in the Jus tice Department was reported in prospect Friday and the axe is ex pected to fall too on some U S district attorneys outside Washing ton At the same time a relatively unknown L Malonc of Rbswcll N slated to take over the departments No 2 spot succeeding A Devitt Vanech as deputy attorney general Vanech resigned Monday to seek the Democratic nomination for the unexpired term of the late Sen Brien McMahon of Connecticut Impending new changes in the department now headed by Atty Gen James P lUcGranery were forecast by informed sources as amounting to a virtual clean sweep of officials left over from the re gime of Atty Gen J Howard Me Grath and before him Tom Clark NOMINATED LOS ANGELES Sher man L Olson of Denison la has been nominated without opposition for the post of chaplain of the ladies auxiliary Veterans of For eign Wars Union Cancels Rail Walkout CLEVELAND Chiefs of three big railroad unions Friday can celled a strike set for Monday on New York Central Railroad lines east of Buffalo The chiefs of the engineers fire men and conductors accepted a Railway Mediation Board plea to postpone a strike beyond the Mon day deadline set for noon The chiefs also told their rep resentatives negotiating in New York with the railroad to delay strike plans in deference to gov ernment mediation 14 Convicted Reds Get 5 Years Each LOS ANGELES 14 leading a selfstyled founding member of the party in under maximum sentence of five years in prison and fine each Fri day for conspiracy against the United States SAME nUck ttt traffic death In pail 24 houra paigncd long and earnestly throughout the state after his fourth district was eliminated in a 1951 redislricting actpiled up an insurmountable lead during the nightlong tabulation of unofficia returns from Tennessees Demo cratic and Republican primaries 55000 Lead Returns from 2022of the states approximately 2300 p r e c in c t s gave Gore 210300 votes a lead of about 55000 over Mckellars 155883 The winner in the Democratic senatorial primary faces Reptibli can opposition in November Bui that amounts only to token opposi tion in overwhelmingly Democra tic Tennessee GOP Nomination Hob art Atkins of Knoxville was an easy victor in a threeman race for the Republican senatorial nom ination Returns from 2029 precinct gave Clement a former FBI agent 192812 votes Browning 165547 and Clifford Allen Jr 49 062 Results of the two major races left the Tennessee political picture somewhat scrambled Memphis Political Leader E H Crump on the comeback trail after his gubernatorial and senatorial candidates were defeated four years ago by Browning and Sen Estes Kcfauver supported McKel lar and Clement ATTORNEY DIES CLINTON L Miller 83 longtime Clinton attorney and banker died Wednesday Hubvrt H Humphrey of Minnesota Friday tried to support of Gov AdUi for compro mise bill to racialdiscrim ination in employment Steven son has said that antidiscrim ination measures are state re sponsibility In Right Shop but Wrong Customer for Shave and Haircut Chuck Caponi barber at Zirbcls Barber and Beauty Shop So Federal opened up shop Fri day morning as usualbut the usual didnt happen His first customer was a half grown p h c a s a nt that flew in through Ihe open door Shave 01 a a permanent wave Caponi didnt know where to starl on this one So he called the game warden who knows more about handling such customers INJURED FATALLY VINTON Milliard3 son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hilliard was injured fatally Thursday when struck by a piece of flying wood after a grain ele vating device fell splitting a board fence on his parents farm north cast of here Its Year of Decision for North Iowa Fair THIS is a year of decision for the North Iowa Fair A new and larger fairgrounds has been acquired Architects drawings have been pre pared of buildings race track and grandstand as envisioned by the failmanagement Should these buildings be erected as planned the North Iowa Fair would become the envy of the state The North Iowa Fair would at once be lifted into a new and higher category of expositions But this larger fair isnt going to come by itself It means tremendous effort will have to be exercised by the people of this community That is why this is a year of decision If we dont go forward this year we go back ward Theres no such thing as standing still Whether the North Iowa Fair moves into the new and more desirable headquarters will be pretty well decided in the next 10 days Mason Citys classification as a progressive and forwardlooking city is at stake in that de cision too North Iowa Fair has had similar years i of decision in the past It measured up to the needs then and can be expected to do so now It was 93 years ago that the first fair was held in Mason City It was a meager primitive consisting chiefly of exhibits of livestock AN EDITORIAL grain and produce from the surroundingcoun tryside In 1873 came a year of decision The pioneers dug down into their pockets and raised money for bleachers race track and an exhibit build ing on 12th NW When this setup was outmoded in 1S07 the decision was made to purchase the present site chiefly because it was accessible to streetcar transportation Now the time has come for another expan sion move if our fair is to measure up to its ex panded mission in a new era BUT this expansion will mean the outlay of a substantial sum of money And there must be a demonstration that a larger plant is needed from the attendance standpoint Manager M C Lawson and the executive committee have provided the kind of program that should draw attendance Its the kind of a program of entertainment that would grace the larger fairgrounds they are envisioning They are offering the kind of money in prizes to exhibitors that should have the facilities of larger fairgrounds A record purse of will go to the winners More and more the North Iowa Fair is reach ing out to surrounding counties for in a manner of speaking it is also their fair This year boys and girls from 13 counties will vie for prize mon ey Bands from a number of North Iowa com munities will have a part A FULLHEARTED support at the gates of the North Iowa Fair in the week ahead is the obligation most immediately before us But it isnt the whole story it isnt the full extent of our obligation The base of ownership in the North Iowa Fair Association must be widened so that thou sands not mere hundreds can say I HAVE A SHARE IN THE NORTH IOWA FAIR These membership certificates pay no divi dends and cannot be converted But the certifi cate in a new and greater Fair will be as a badge of honor in the community In the past year 85 additional memberships at each have been purchased mostly by farmers raising the total to 220 OUBSCRTBING for these memberships cant O wait this is the year of decision The greater North Iowa Fair has already started to unfold in a finer show that will be presented before the grandstand and in the prizes offered exhibitors It is up to us who are the rank and file citi zens of this community to join in doing our share Remember IS THE YEAR OF DE CISION Top Demos Cool Toward Extra Session Would Consider Control of Prices WASHINGTON W1 L e a d i n g Democrats gave a cold rcceptioi Friday to President Trumans sujj gestion he might call a spccla session of Congress to act on inflation controls Sen Joseph C OMahoncy of Wy oming chairman of the Senate House Economic Committee tol a reporter he thinks such actio at this time would be futile Sen A S Mike Morironey Oklahoma said he believes go ernment ought to watch the cost p living like a hawk but he in dicaled he doesntthink lawmaker arc in the frame of mind now I return to Washington and net on new controls law Republicans generally were in clined to look upon Trumans state mcnt that he has a special scssio call under consideration as some thing of a political harrassmcn move directed at them Truman told a news cohfcrenc Thursday 1m is going to wait or developments There were indiea lions he may discuss this and othc issues with Gov Adlai E Steven son of Illinois the Democratic presidential nominee when they meet here next week Stevenson las accepted a Truman invitatloi o attend a Cabinet meeting at the White House Tuesday Adlai Planning to Tour South During National Campaign SPRINGFIELD 111 UP Gov Adlai E Stevensons aides are mapping out a campaign itinerary which tentatively calls for taking be presidential nominees train nto the South it was learned Fri day Although the Democratic presi dential nominees headquarters ha icard generally favorable new rom the oncesafely Democratic South his campaign aides have tie cidcd that the campaign train should go there The threat of any largeseal Southern walkout from the Demo cratic Party this year has jus about evaporated All About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and coolc Friday afternoon high near 75 Showers and occasional thunder storms Friday afternoon ending Friday night Iowa Occasional showers or thun dershowers and cooler Frida afternoon high 73 to 78 Satur day generally fair and rathe cool Minnesota Clearing and coolc Friday night Saturday goner ally fnir a little warmer north west in afternoon GlobeGazette weather data up I 8 am Friday Maximum 79 Minimum 63 At 8 am 68 YEAR AGO Maximum 83 Afinimum r9 Opens Tuesday Runs Six Days Its time for theFair again The North Iowa Fair gets under way Tuesday at m and will continue through Sunday evening with days nd evenings full of topflight entertainment afull house f agricultural exhibits a steady stream of livestock judging vents and a packed program of 4H and FFA competition The result is expected to be an attendance record of 100 00 for tho 1952 North Iowa Fajr And with cooperation rom the weatherman well imuce it says SecretaryMan ger M C Gap Luwson A starspangled grandstand program has been arranged 6 entertain North lowans The featurewill be one of the argest ice shows in the country as theresult of last years ucccs4 by a much smaller troupe The Ice Vogues of 1952 is a 2 Vihour skating spectacle North Iowa Fair Program Hobinsbn Shows on Mid ohn L way TUESDAY Inlry Day 30 p m Concert by Osagc Bund p Ice Vogues of 1052 plus the Five While Guards WEDNESDAY Fimtly Day Judging of baby beef 411 colls beef hellers baked goods pantry stores textiles agriculture prod nets p Concert by Franklin Consolidated Hand p Mi I Swcnsons Thrill cade 730 p Concert by Sheffield Band p Voguos o 195 plus the Five Whito Guards THURSDAY Selection of purple ribbon bab beeves judging of 4H and ope class livestock judging cu flowers and nonperishnblc foods p m Concert by St Ansgu Band p Buck Steels Days Frontier Hand p fee Vogues of 1952 plus the Five White Guurds FRIDAY Childrni Day fudging of open class livestock a m Special Childrens Matinee HO p in Concert by Klemme Band p Eight Running Races With 40 horses 15 p m Hancock County Rural Womens Chorus 30 p Concert by North wood Hand p m Tec Vogues of 1952 plus the Five White Guards SATURDAY a m lH livestock sale p m District 4H demonstra tions p m Concert by Manly Band p f M C Sanctioned Big Car Auto Races 30 p m Concert by Norn Springs Band p Tec Vogues of 1952 plus the Five While Guards SUNDAY p Concert by Britt Band p 100mile Stock Car Races 30 p m Concert by Garner Band p m Ice Vogues of 3952 plus the Five White Guards Explosion Fire Rips C R Plant CEDAR RAPIPS scries of explosions and fire roared through he Shellane Bottle Gas Co here causing extensive damage and in iuring one man Thursday night Shell Oil Co officials estimated he loss would run between and The first blast shook houses in every direction the plant The explosions were centered in a southwest side district jammed with bulk oil plants Firemen fought the blaze for nearly three hours before bringing t under control as thousands ol spectators pushed into the area to watch the flaming spectacle NEW BARN WHAT CHEER now barn 96x26 has been completed at the Keokuk County fair grounds here as a result of volunteer labor by 4H and FFA boys y 0 skilled performers on a 0 by 40 foot portable rink of cal ice each evening Evening Singing In addition to the ice show tha Five White Guards will sing evening the songs tHat made hem tho hit Now York and Chi ago supper clubs hotels and heaters Aut Swensbns Thrillcade with a hrillamiriute pace will off he afternoon grandstand entertain ment Wednesday A single p6r ormnnce ot Buck Steeles Fronlieir Days is scheduled Thursday after noon Running races will highlight tha afternoon program Friday as 40 ol the fastest horses in Iowa will corn icle in eight different events Horses will give way to the ma chine age Saturday as a crack Held ot drivers will compete in the IMG sanctioned bigcar auto races The final afternoon attraction Sunday will pit 15 or more stock cars in a gruelling 200lap around tho halt mile dirt jtracic j Mason v The opening performance Tucs day evening will be Night with a f ull house in pros pect duo to special rates offeredby Mason City retailers Wednesday le Family Day gate admission of one dollar for a whole entering at one time Childrens Day is Friday with all youngsters 15 and under admitted ree at the gate and given special rates for all shows and rides on tKe nidway The John L Robinson Hodcl Shows a modern amuse nent park on wheels will be set up with 14 rides four shows and 50 concessions Although the show has seen limited to dH and FFA mar tot pigs due to the threat of vescc ular exanthema a rare hog dis ease other livestock entries are poiiring in at a record pace Space ordinarily used for swine is being converted to house cattle and sheep said M C Cap Lawson secretarymanager A record pursoof is of ereu to the exhibitors this year and boys FFA and 4H exriib ts womens home project and livestock and agricultural eri rics from a 13county North Iowa nrca will vie for the prize money Band Concerts At each afternoon and evening performance before the grandstand vill be band concerts by leading Iowa bands Organizations selected to appear are frorh Osage Tranklin Consolidated Sheffield St Ansgar Clear Lake Klemme Vorthwqod Manly Nora Springs Jritt and Garner Bleacher seals have been erected it the outdoor showring adjoining he beef barn to allow spectators o watch the judging in comfort i North Iowas excellent crop pros iccts are reflected in the quality of Tgricuitural exhibits being received his year said Lawson Space in Merchants Hall and Floral Hall vere complete sellouts weeks ago Gates at the fairgrounds will open each day at 8 am Reserved seat tickets for the grandstand may DC purchased 24 hours a day at lotel Ccrro Gordo Helton Draws 25 Years for Kidnap DES MOINES WOscar Telton 24 Cedar Rapids was aken to the state penitentiary Fri day to start serving a 25year sert encc for abducting beating ami robbing a Des Moines man Tues lOy District Judge DringD Needhanii cntcncecl the young man Thursday ifter Helton pleaded guilty toa hargc of robbery with 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