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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T Hi NEWSPAPER THA T MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXII1 AssociatedPress and United Press Full Lease WUes Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1957 This Paper Consists Two NO Rode McElroy Is Ikes Choice To Be New Defense Boss WASHINGTON OP Bresident Eisenhower said Wednesday he is considering appointing Neil McEl roy as secretary of defense as soon as the routine investigation of the Ohio manufacturer has been completed Eisenhower told his news con ference he regards McElroy pres ident of Procter Gamble Co Cincinnati as one of the most capable and highest types of men in the country The President said that a long lime ago Secretary of Defense Wilson had told him he would like to get out of the government be fore preparation of a new fiscal year budget becomes part of the daily work Ordinarily budget studies of this nature begin in September 3Day Visit McElroy has been here on a threeday visit conferring with Eisenhower and Wilson and going over problems of the Defense De partment Wilson who turned 67 last month put out the word long ago that he wished to leave the o in North Iowa Fair Spotlight Sheffield Boy Has TopBeef Gerald Lage Is Winner CURTIS RIEHM Riehm to Seek Seat LOOKING FOR Crowds wander through the 20thCentury Shows on the North Iowa Fair midway looking for fun and finding it in large quantities For some the fair is the livestock show for others it is the merchants display for still others it is the colorful showsin front of the grandstand But everyone enjoys the midway President Sees at Hospital All About The Weather New Freight Rate Boosts for Railroads WASHINGTON ft The Inter WASHINGTON Dwigh Cabinet as soon as the President D Eisenhower doing fine after could settle on a successor to himL twohour operation rested Wed On other matters Eisenhower nesday in the threerroom hospital said he still opposes the Senate sujte her husband occupied 14 version of the civil rights bill but months ago it remains to be seen whether furThe report on her condition ther congressional action will came from White House press meet his objections jretaryTames C Hagerty follow1 Eisenhowers brief comment on ing the operation at Walter Reed the civil rights bill came as the Army Hospital Tuesday by an Senate moved toward a vote on a Army gynecologist version to which the President Doctors Report voiced strong objections in a Hagerty said the doctors had statement Aug 2He said Wedauthorized him to report nesday that this statement re Mrs Eisenhowers postopera flects very accurately his present tive condition is fine and she has views been sleeping most of thetime President Eisenhower visited with her for 35 minutes Tuesday Mason City Generally fair and warmer Wednesday night low in lower 60s Thursday partly cloudy occasional showers cooler high near 80 Iowa Partly cloudy and somestate Commerce Commission what w aimer granted railroads new few thundershowers northwest freight rate increases The boosts low in 60s Thursday partly amount generally to seven per cloudy scattered showers andjcent in the East and West and cooler northwest jfour per cent in Southern terri Five day Iowa Temperatures tory over the weekend wiD average from 48 degrees above normal Normal highs mid 80s and nor mal lows in lower 60s It will turn cooler on Friday warming The carriers were authorized to make the new hikes effective on 15 days notice to the puolic The ICClast December grantedj emergency freight rate increases on Saturday with little change o seven per cent in the east and thereafter Precipitation per cent n the west In Feb average light to moderate withjruary a five per cent rate ad 25 to 50 inches occurring aslvance was authorized for South Top Soviet Spy in U S Ss Indicted NEW YORK UP A man de cribed by federal officials as a Soviet Russian colonel intelli gence masquerading as a Brook yn artist was indicted Wednesday as the topmost Russian ever ar rested as a spy in this country The penalty if he is convicted could be death the official said the man Ru dolf Ivanovich Abel 55 An entirely new afternoon grandstand show was served up Wednesday to the North Iowa Fair crowds The Barnes Cham pionship Rodeo was the feature with cowboys vying for points to ward national crowns Childrens Day brought out the crowds Tuesday for the special matinee in the forenoon the Aut Swenson Thrillcade in front of the grandstand in the afternoon the Ice Varieties in the evening The fair management estimated the attendance at more than 18 000 for the day No exact count was possible it was pointed but because the children under 16 were admitted free The same will be true on Friday Special Riehm 42 Garner attorney an prices for the youngsters 12 and nounced Wednesday his candida under also will be given on thecyior the Republican nomination midway rides Friday 6th District Congress in next Junes primary election Top Honors He seeks to succeej Rep Mer District beef heifers were shbwnKvin Coad Boone the only Demo ednesday morning with Danny Crat in the Iowa congressional reiman Garner taking top hondelegation State Sen Jacob rs in Angus Alan Duea ThornGrimstead Lalce Mills RepublL on tops in Hereford and Judy can announced in April his Towle Mason City tops in Shortdidacy forthe GOP nomination orn V Called Outstanding Towle were wui in ress Rep CurtisGr ners in their breeds in the Cerro Gordo County 4H purebred beef show held earlier in the morning Schmale brothers Thornton hac the champion Angus in the county Most Damaging Eisenhower said he believes the Light but as he left hetold news jury trial provision for criminal men I think shes sleeping contempt cases which the Sen He took with him to the hospital ate wrote into the bill would be a small wax paper package which most damaging to the nationsmight have cprvUinedjlowers scattered showers Friday and again Sunday or Monday Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday judicial system But the President declined to say specifically whether he would veto the bill if it reached him in 3Room Suite Mrs Eisenhower is in the three oom airconditioned suite in vhich Eisenhower himself recu Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum hammered out perated in June 1956 from an op eration for removal of an intes inal obstruction The nature of the surgery on Mrs Eisenhower was not dis the form finally by the Senate Eisenhower said he prefers not to comment on legislation until it is before him He said what the House or a SenateHouse confer ence might do to remove his ob jections to the bill remains to be seen Eisenhower also said he is viewing with the utmost hope the prospects that the Russians wil accept the aerial and ground in spection plan put forward by Sec cretary of State Dulles in the Lon don disarmament talks The President said general dis armament would follow step by step almost automatically if the U S proposal should be accepted But first he said there must be some little progress toward mutual trust between the Com munistworld and the West 81 57 69 56 Lynn Grove Man Is Victim of Crash SPENCER Erickson 72 Lynn Grove died Tuesday o injuries suffered in a trucktrac era railroads Thus the total advance in the present overall rate case amounts to 14 per cent in Eastern terri ory 12 per cent in Western ter itory and 9 per cent in Southern erritory The authorized advance on rieght moving between these ter ritorieswill be 12 per cent be ween East and West and 9 per cent between the South and the other two territories closed but Hagerty said it wasitor accident on Highway 10 abou not a tumor and not a malignant 16 miles south of here Monday Erickson was riding on a trac tor driven by Robert Roberts Sr also of Lynn Grove Roberts was or cancerous condition Hagerty indicated Mrs Eisen hower will leave the hospital in ample time to accompany the President in Newport QUEEN AT David son 16 Thompson Tuesday evening was named regional Queen of the Furrow in a contest held before the grand stand at the North Iowa Fair Miss Davidson will represent il North Iowa counties in the state contest to be held Sept 8 at the Soil District Commissioners annual conference at Memorial Hall Iowa State College The contest is cosponsored by the Soil Conservation Service and a group of farm fence dealers highest ranking Soviet national ever arrested in the United States as a spy They said he was a colonel in the Soviet State Security Service to the American Central Intelligence that he headed the services spy activities in the United States Photo Studio Riehm in making his announce ment quoted House Speaker W L Mooty RGruridy as saying Riehms record of two ses sions in the Iowa House makes district FFA livestock was won bya team of three from Parkersbur with 801 points out of a possibl 900 St Ansgar was second and Nashua third Alvin Sluiter Parkersburg was the winning individual with 275 points out of a possible 300 Sluiter will receive a trip to the Chicago Live Stock Exposition on the KGLO train in November Second High him one of our outstanding legis school Riehm Garner and Brirt and Second high individual also was from Parkersburg Duane Tja is a law graduate of the State University of Iowa He is a World War II veteran Important Role Riehm was county attorney of Hancock County from 1947 to 1950 and also served as city attorney at Garner and Kanawha Riehm played an important role in school and other legisla tion in his first term in the House and was chairman of the commit They said his base of operations was a photographic studio across the street from the Brooklyn fed era courthouse where a grand in the judging legislation to give the state jury returned the indictment Harlan RicerSwaledale use against him bring who accumulated 274 points tee which obtained passage of the the top Hampshire litter and gilt hospitalized at Sioux City Theman AutoTruck Accident Claims Illinois Man CEDAR RAPIDS UP Ed ward E McClean 69 Linn Cen ter 111 was killed in a cartruck crash on US 18 near here Tues day The driver of the truck Wey on a planned vacation jtruck was driven by Dennis Longjreceived L RI later this monthJLone Rock who was uninjurediinjury Reec 28 only Adairsville Ga a slight shoulder Contractors Lash Out at Davenport Plumbers Tactics DAVENPORT UP The Davenport Contractors Assn said Wednesday striking Davenport plumbers have taken jobs at Ma son City at a wage lower than the one which they have requested in contract negotiations here The association charged the plumbers have taken jobs at Ma son City for S295 an hour when they refused to work for less than an hour at Davenport The plumbers went on strike last Thursday because the con tractors refused to raise their hourly wage scale from to Frank Martens business man ager of striking Local 387 of th Plumbers and Steamfitters Union said the plumbers wage scale at Mason City was changed recently and indicated the Davenport men working therewere getting more than Some 255 members of Local 387 are on strike FAIR PROGRAM WEDNESDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway mortt parade of junior show live stock c e Varieties of 1957 THURSDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway Gordo County The indictment named four other men as coconspirators but not as defendants They were isted as Reino Haybanen Alek sander M Korotkov Mihail Svi rin and Vitali G Pavlov The indictment described them only as representatives agents and employes of the government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Not Indicated The indictment charged tha Abel conspired to activate as agents within the am junior dairy judging Swine open heifer jcertain members United of the in the county junior purebred pig how Other winners were Jerry Hodson Plymouth tops in Ches er White litter gilt and boar Ronald Younge Thorton tops in Duroc and Tom Schultz Nora Springs who took all honors hi the Poland China class In open class beef a senior yearling buU Baca Molder 2 owned by Paul Pritchard Mason City was named Hereford cham pion A Pritchard bull also won the reserve Hereford champion Joe Duea Thornton showed the He is married and the father of three children Beverly 10 Iharles 8 and Carol 3 States cnalripjon and reserve Hereford armed iforces who were in a position to classiacquire information relating to J TV II 1C 7 itr f il TtiJ Cerro Cordo County the national defense of the United States Whether this alleged attempt was successful was not indicated The indictment said the studio was for making microfilms of in female members from throughout Cerro Gordo County Reserve champion was a white Shorthorn owned by Jack Eno also of Sheffield Both boys are members of the Geneseo Hay makers 4H club Young Lage is the son of Mr and Mrs Max Lage who farm 440 acres seven miles northwest of Sheffield in Cerro Gordo County Lage purchased his purebred ani mal last fall from a neighbor His two youngsters Carolyn Lqnergan who lives sputh of Alan each were named baby beefjSwaledale Th S120 it 9d pfinfc junior sheep judg ing of 4H girls class exhibits open class dairy heif er judging open Ayrshire and Milk ing Shorthorn ner Swerisbn cade 4H boys demonstrations concert Clear Lake Champion ship Rodeo showmen Carolyn in the group iunder 14 and Alan in the 1421 age group Champion Beef Highlight of the Tuesday fair formation for transmission to So viet Russia It said Abel and the alleged con spirators hollowed out coins pens for many however was the judg ing of 4H baby beeves A stocky 16yearold Sheffield lad showed the grand champion steer Gerald Lages 1076pound Aber The price was or 24 cents a pound Not Named The steer which Gerald hasnt named yet weighed 500 pounds then When he began his 4H project Jan 1 it weighed 650 pounds which means it hasnt had too great a rate oLgain accord iing to Gerald The Angus I showed last year better animal he said was a pencils bolts handcuffs earrings land simtiar articles so they could deen Angus won the coveted ibe used as containers for the over some 300 last year the fair awarded shown by 4Hers and FFA purple ribbons only This year ACCIDENTALLY HANGS SELF Iowa UP Jack Nelson 13 son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Nelson hanged himself ac jcidentally while playing with a rope in the attic of his parents ihome here Tuesday GRAND CHAMPION BABY Lage 16 Sheffield shows his purebred Aberdeen Angus calf which Tuesday won the over all Grand Championship in the junior livestock baby beef at the North Iowa Fair The animal won oversome 300 Angus Herefords and Shorthorns in the show which was judged by Kenneth Fulk DeB Moines DRIVING BLIND An unscheduled feature happened at the Aut Swensen Thrillcade Tuesday afternoon at the North Iowa Fair Ken Elaine left and Jim my James did adouble oneside run over the same ramp in which their cars are almost rolled The hood on Elaines car flew open after going over the first ramp and his forward vision was obscured but he wentahead and did the jump over the second ramp No scrape no crash for the precision drivers Theyll be pcrlorming again Thursday afternoon   

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