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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wlret Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 1955 This Paper Consists ol Two One No 260 i Ideal Weather Greets Opening of Fair Atoms to Compete With Coal Lane Reports at Geneva GEXEVA American sci entist told the atomsforpeace fcrencc Tuesday there is a possibility atomic will be competing with electricity from coal in the United States within1 the next 15 or 20 years i The prediction was made to the 72nation scientific congress by Dr J James A Lane of the Atomic Energy Commissions Oak Ridge National Laboratory Taking all available economic and technical information at its T j T m face Lane declared it is BAin BEEF Louis Thompson evident that the outlook for large Waterloo looks over animals Tuesday morning as the baby scale nuclear in the United beef judging got under way at the North Iowa Fair The States is very j Reporting at the same confer cnce session two Russian scienj tits indicated such an atomic plant as the station the Soviet Union now is operatj ing can best be utilized in areas GlobeGazette by Hofstad Entries Set New Record 4H Judging Under Way Perfect but cool the opening of the Xorth jlowa Fair Tuesday as 35 motor cycles roared around the oval in of the grandstand j The crowd for the first grand stand show was rather slim but jthe grounds were well filled Eat ing places were busy during thet noon hour and the livestock shows jdrew a considerable crowd Entries are rolling in at a reci ord rate said M C Lawson see retarymanager of the fair His corps of workers labored until 10i Payments of Taxes Increase Report on Local Taxes AP Wirephoio BIG t Shandel a giant from the Redwood Empire DES MOIXES Local taxes payable this year to Iowa counties i municipalities and school districts totaled State Comp rtroller Glenn D Sarsfield said The amount is an in crease of or per cent compared with last years to l Taxes payable to the counties this year reached up fair opened in Mason City for a sixday run Tuesday morn ing Presidential Talk Hits Parley Monday accepting entries j cenl Municipal taxes totaled 733 an increase of or The 20th Century Show on the breatner on the Golden Gate Taxes payable for consolidated midway moved late Moni Brld2e in San Francisco as he land independent school districts to day and Tuesday morning By mid to drum UP interest at jtaled up or remote from coal supplies or where only low grade coal is avail able Detailed Account Giving the first detailed account of the Russian nuclear plant D Blokhinstcv and X A Nikolayevj conceded that the electricity it is turning out costs more than the output of large coal burning Soviet stations But they added i An atomic power station now is already more profitable than a coal station in regions situated far from coal mines or than coal stai Legion Chief Lauds Military Reserve Plan Collins Addresses Iowa Legionnaires CEDAK RAPIDS lions operating on low quality American Legion Commander Scaj to meet with fue1 born Collins Las Cruces Lane told the conference a reideclarcd Tuesday that the new view of published estimates oMhe mjjitary reserve bi1 bofore Presi capital cost of nuclearelectric dent has the mechan combmed ig costs there bility that nuclear power costs inp speaking at the 37th anf the range of 4 to mills per Iowa Legion convention said CHICAGO f figures of three possible presidential can didates Tuesday dominated the opening of Hie 47th annual Governors conference The possible candidates were President Eisenhower Adlai E Stevenson and Gov Avercll Harriman of New York The 20 Republican governors attending the fourday conference were reported solidly behind President Eisenhower as the GOPs presidential candidate in 1956 Most of the 26 Democratic governors attending appeared to be backing Stevenson for another try at the presidency But there were reservations and the name of Harriman kept popping up Not on Agenda Politics was not on the official agenda of the conference and Har riman was the only one of the three possible candidates who was scheduled to attend But Stevensons presence in Chicago was felt and he was slated Employment in July Boomed to New Mark 65 Million Hold Jobs in Nation morning Tuesdav nearlv all com the Return of Paul Bunyan mercial displavs were in place celebration The expugilist says Because of the greatly increased the rifle 1S a livestock entries this aspect of grow bg UP the fair got off to a dayearlyj istart Monday The first event wasj jthe Cerro Gordo County 4H judgi ing contest which began Monday1 afternoon j Biggest Yet The fair which runs through j Sunday looks like it will be thej biggest yet Lawson indicated as he worked in the midst of lastmini Its Going to Be Bad Year for Hay Fever DES MOINES hav per cent Rural Taxes Rural school tuxes totaled a decrease of or per cent The taxes payable to the coun ities were lower in 51 of the 99 counties The total was down for municipalities in 14 of the coun Uies The amount was lower for consolidated and independent ischool districts in 17 counties and for rural schools the total was down in 53 of the counties i The taxes payable to the coun ute preparations in the adnrinistraj jtion building i ever sufferers can ct ties showed In Clayton County The first performance by the Ice jVarieties of 1955 was scheduled to other bad Drake Univer jget under way at 8 sit JThe famed ice show will be feaj Tuesday WASHINGTON Employmentjtured before the grandstand for specialist warned Its starting was a reduction of land in Page county the amount was jdown by i But in these counties the amounts w h prf led him the same as last and last jMuscatinc S289 958Polk 553 number of the Democratic governors during the boomed in July to an alltime recaU six nights meeting Chicago Eisenhower StevensonT and Harriman have ail declined to reI ported Tuesday Wednesday is expected to real beginning of the hay fever i For the municipalities the taxes ics fora strong civihan force voai themselves as candidates and Harriman said in New York fifth successive monthly riseone of the most exciting of the six season usually hits about Aug jwere up by these amounts in to our future defense Monday that he is still a Stevenson backer lin employment carried the small fry Wednesday is 15 The season continues until a good Hiahwav jobholders to or about a doublebarreled Children and the first frost Highway Building Highway building and safety was the subject of Tuesdays opena above the previous recFamily Day hour will be realized ing business session and discussion was expected to center on set onlv one month Childrens Day vi n ilne legislation although without eress failure Io pass Eisenhowers multibilliondollar road total 1S three mmjon above Thousands of children and their ragweed all across the statetie clowed included Juy a year ago Jparents are expected to take ad the next 15 or 20 years At these power he said n proposed by the Legio ompuoreasuresj nuclear plant will compete to if Gov Leo Hoeeh of lowa outiined his ideas for improvement of i Extraordinarily brisk hiring ofvantaM of speciai prices in effect r jowas a bad state for hay fever sufferers Theres lots of and is vh a t causes counties Black Hawk JDubuque Linn iPolk j The in which nlunicipaji tn appreciablefrartion of allnew nterstate roas ased plants built by 1975 the total wlU carr out the blllf road use taxes He aL struction costs of which amount to between 4 billion andj 30 billion dollars principles Remain Strong The Iowa Legionnaires were toldi interstate roads based primarily on his opposition to any additional o was expected to discuss farm prices with midwestero governors and probably would suggest conference in October for a detailed discussion Hoegh said If they are not interested Ill have one of my own from contributed much of the 2ain the iall dav Wednesday At the gate the entire farnOv will The present U S reactor del ls s remam vclopment prosram now being can be no ried out in the laboratories of thedecarfd here ls Atomic Energv Commission and understanding and partic various industrial as as a large segment of the world is controlled by a dic hip which can turn war on AEC is now building or off at the wil1 of a few t v v t t 11 11 ij u i iivi v t i j while the world talks T want to be 5ure the jowa armer h prosperous Thals my mpon industries held n eiehtstate and Commerce departmentsbe aUowed in for a dollar Chil m a 0mi rePort over 12 will be charsed 50l employ ment ot adults in mostcents if thev come akme up better most of the Benton said Pollen Counts Benton conducts a daily pollen e Crawford 928 Des Moines Emmet and Mahaska Consolidated and independent i school districts in these counties ishowed these decreases in taxes l usual for this time of As a result unemployment throughout the countrv is aimed at such an He said plating five different types of pro A World W a r II flier Collins said that economically it soon will Cose of Marine Honor Grad Will Be Reviewed by Board WASHINGTON of the Navy Charles Thomas come alone Cmlj count which is turned over to the S20 352 T under 12 will be admitted American Academy of Allergies Mondays reading was five rag T Gene Holier wild animal weed and 14 other pani wmch is normally stable jn Juiy show compiete with radn2j cles per square centimeter on a went down by to 2l 2 million and is now almost a million lower Taxes Up These taxes were up by these will put on a special specially prepared microscopic amounts in these counties Cal for small frv at 10 amj slide jhoun Carroll ThPatyiiar before the ALvthinc above 100 ragweed iCemi Gordo S219977 9eoiSLS T3 241000Children under 12 wUl be admitted1 particles is verv uncomfortable Clinton Des as against in June free f resular It will get to 250 in a bad vear Greene Ine rate of employment in toiype or pilotplant reactors The building of these prototypebe necessary for the united Statesjhas announced that a special board of officers will review the case of power plants will not only cut it5 standing forces and thatjEugene W Landy who was denied a reserve commission because hisj information leading to resene bill provides the mother was once a Communist costs but will also permit a anv plans for reductions Thomas said that Landy a Merchant Marine realistic evaluation of the applij persons including ireceive a fair and impartial cability of nuclear energy for largj1200 delegates were registered and that he personally will i er scale power heithe convention moved through itsreview the boards finding l said j second day A total of werej Congress may also take up thej TQkeS Present indications he said before the sessions endcase Sen Warren G Magnuson said his Senate Corn t the past five months hd m s t tho Adults with children will be Last year it got to 295 in Iowa ALJ l been matched since the regular admission Ostrich Race Secretary of Commerce And as I said it looks like itll get that bad here again this v Holler show will have a spej Benton said Grundy Hancock 319 Jasper Johnson Kossuth Lee Linn Palo Alto f Qr jment Life OSKALOOSA I Marv The best relief seems to the north and in mountain For rural schools the tax challenged two opponents to a areas Ispecial ostrich race Wednesday be n i morning The two challengers John Cahill Cerro Gordo Coun that the net fuel costs in all of said his Senate Com OSKALOOSA I Mary Zellaj0hn Olesky Williamson and an i 4u reactors beinc considered after Collins congratulated the lowajmerce Committee will invcstiwteiWhitmer Fremont died Tuesday News city editor is naming a fa 1ritp IrKprf l Prevailed ln lhfsf taking credit new fissionable Legion its membership camithe matter in January if it isnt of injuries received last Thursday waves after men The heat waves L I Rontnn H i hSC T and said the nationwide cleared up before Congress ren a twocar collision in which her which have hit Williamson so 3t atl Benton said But therc s no houn Cerru 5l04 brollier Harry Whitmer about been named A1 P eonesaaj At itiat NICE GESTURE WILLIAMSON W Va UP Zella John VilUamson fuel material produced at the samePaiSn time power is produced will drive has exceeded low enough to make n u c 1 e a r the 1955 quota powered electricity competitive with coalproduced electricity About The Weather Parade Seen The Legions annual parade wound Tuesday afternoon through convenes As it stands Magnuson said thej was killed case is a proper subject for inr Landv was graduated last Fri land downtown Cedar Rapids New offiday from the Merchant Marine cers will be elected Kings Point buti There is no opposition for the j was denied a Navy reserve conv post of state commander on security grounds The a fiveway race has developed for21yearold midshipman sailed Sunj Mason City Clearing cool vicc commander jday aboard a tanker to earn S400 r Churchill T Williams Oelweinineeded for schooling j lowa uouay cool banker is unopposed for com Second in his class of 96 he FiveDay lowa Temperaturesmander W W Bronson to study admiralty law at Tuesday night through Sundayjming Fred Triebel Des Moines Yale University j Thomas said he had quickly reviewed the facts presently avail lable in the He noted thati a Navy board had unanimously ruled that Landys suitability for reserve commission was open MingO Woman Dies Of to question and that a screening tin j board had unanimously recom Accidental DUrhS l mended against a commission average 24 degrees above Don Hemmingsen Algona Ken normal Normal high 84 north toneth Benda Hartwick and B F 86 south normal low 60 north tojCorson Shenandoah seek the vice 63 south Cooler Wednesday and commanders post Thursday and a slow warming trend remainder of period Rain fall will average onefourth to threefourths inch with scattered thundershowers Tuesday Flight Minnesota Showers NEWTON R F I acting coroner said Tuesday the Globe of Mrs Bert Maxwell about weather data who was found fatally burned to 8 Tucsjin a storage cave at her home near Mingo was accidental CLOUDY day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 57 69 84 He said Mrs Maxwell apparent ly went to the cave Monday to get some jars for canning and lit a match The flame ignited fumes from a small jar of gasoline which 58 in turn set her clothing on fire SAME Boh I another race featuring local celej jbreties will be run off The three are Leroy Ziesmer Ventura Bud for Benton said 806 Greene Grundy Hancock Har jdin Lee Mono Benton explained that pollen na Polk Winne iGallagher Burchinal and Glenn when inhaled from the air by Ibago and Wright iWesiover Clear Lake all managi sensitive persons releases lers of elevators j mines in the body that in turn j i Wednesday evening the Ice trigger the sniffling and weeping j jricties of 1955 will again be the symptomatic of the hay fever i FIRE OUT jgrandstand attraction The show victim anH FOKlO I I 1 I C FCU ITICH CXtin s lovely and talented tvelyn About hp nnlv thinrr mnt u i t n j o txo lne inl most suiguished a fire which flared in the ox the worlds top ferers can do is hope for rain jhold of the coalcarrvina i Rain ashes the pollen out of American freiahtcr Sea Leader in IceEttes j the Benton said But Ive the Pacific Ocean off Hokkaido Is Fairgoers will also see the Ice heard it looks like a dry and Hand coast guard officials report EUes a line of pretty girls oni windy led Tuesday Skates plus dozens of stars The ice show is expected to be one of the most popular night drawing cards in years Bands which play Wednesday in elude Dows and Buffalo Tuesdays bands were lowa Falls iand Kanawha i Judging of baby beeves got un MIAMI giant Atlantic A spokesman said itseems quite way Tuesday morning and conhurricane packing winds of 35evident Uic central coastal states itinued all day Horse judging bemiles per hour Tuesday lumbered gan Tuesday at 10 the off the mainland on a course Wl11 yct plcUy strons galcs The junior and open class junior aimed ominously close to the Carhurricane s movement late jclasses lolitia coat day wii be the deciding fac I Other competition which began The Weather Bureau said tor of a possible full blast upon Tuesday included textiles and agdangerous spinning off the mainland he said and honey at 1 the Florida coast was likely to1 At its present the itfto P Qtof r 4 and general entrie brush the central seaboard with weatherman said the storm could P TJ j a Divisions really get into high goargalos and the the coast However Kobm Hood hat won Tuesday Tnormnjr by Richard Most of the judging shift would thrust it upon the CarBluest wrtorlv shift would bring holz 4th b on the midway at the North lowa Fair will be wrapped up by Friday jolinas it over the Atlantic Hurricane Lumbers on Course Near Carolines   

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