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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBOR VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One Big Menu of Thrills for North Iowa Fairgoers BOUNCING BULL Dust flys as Cowboy Zeke Henry pits his riding skill against the rough jolts of a Brahma bull during the afternoon rodeo at the North Iowa Fair About40 cowboys competed for some in prizemoney in thefiveevent grand stand show Rodeos are scheduled Thursday at 8 pm and again Friday at 2 pm Senates Civil Rights Bill May Bring Veto Crowds Prize Money Up for Grabs Thursday was a day of thrills at the North Iowa Fair with both the benumbing stunts of the Aut Swenson Thrillcade and the petrifying performances of the cowpokes in the Barnes Championship Rodeo before the grandstand Thrillcade with its dangerous driving feats its crash roll tour nament its bevy of female dare devils was the afternoon show Impassioned bulls and inflamed broncs were ready to unseat anj would be riders in another heart stopping rodeo contest at 8 pm Sky Kings Coupled with an enormous mid way with its own bloodchilling rides the appearance of the Sky WASHINGTON 7218 Sen ate vote returned the civil rights bill to the House Thursday amid reports President Eisenhower will call Congress back in November unless he gets a measure hefeels he can sign The Senates jury trial version tbp bill was roundly condemned the Senate would have to approve Any veto by the President likely would be accompanied by the an nouncement that Congress will be called back to Washington this fall these officials said A special session call would be likely also by civil rights advocates but they helped supply the votes for the historic passage of the measure Wednesday night It is the first of its kind approved by the Senate in more than 80 years The fate of the bill was uncer tain in the House which passed a measuremuch broader in scope and more stringent in enforce ment provisions by a 286126 vote June 18 But some House members who had spoken out most bitterly against the Senate changes were starting to talk more of compro mises expressing hope they still SelfHelp Meat Promotion Killed WASHINGTON UP The House of Representatives Wednes day voted down a proposed so called selfhelp meat promotion program The bill as it was originally in ended would have allowed meat producers to raise funds for a nationwide campaign to persuade consumers to eat more meat The louse voted 216175 against tak ing up the bill that would have they added if Congress decided noi Lu act finally iirtnis sessio No Republican senators voted against passage of the bill when the roll was called Wednesday night after nearly five weeks of debate The 18 Democrats who voted against it were all South ernersexcept for Sen Morse of OregonT Kings in their gravity defying act 125 feet on two slim metal poles and a colorful livestock show and plenty of ex hibits it looked like the biggest day yet at the fair Harold Pruin Mason City won showmanship morning in Five senators from Southern states all Democrats voted for passage They were LyndonB Johnson of Texas the Senate Democratic leader Yarborough of Texas Kefauver and Gore of Tennessee and Smathers of Flor honors Thursday the 4H purebred show Pruin also champion Jersey ida 43 Republicans could salvage a bill they could consider worthwhile Too Early Because of the uncertainties Senate Republican Leader Knowj land of California told a reporter it was too early to say whether a special civil rights session might be called in November given meat producers authoritytor use a checkoff system to finance the program AutoBike Accident injuries Prove Fatal DES MOINES WVSharon Her saM Knowland 13 injured when her bicycle had told the Senate struckWednesday by a car closeddied a hospital Thursday She Policy Committee in a iwas the daughter of Mr and Mrs GAGE IS DEAD meeting that a special session is a definite possibility if the SenRobert KHarriott ates version of the bill is not amended to conform more nearly to Eisenhowers wishes Either the House or a SenateHouse con ference committee could make the changes but in either caselillustrator died Wednesday NEW YORK W Gage 69 a leading portrait paint former magazine cover In all 43 Republicans including Iowas two Senators and 29 Democrats voted for passage As it passed the Senate the bill would authorize the attorney gen eral to seek court injunctions to enforce minority right The House had voted for similar authority also to enforce civil rights in general but the Senate knocked this out of the measure The House rejected all propos als for jury trials The Senate wrote into the bill a farreaching provision for jury trials in any federal court criminal contempt case involving issuance of an in junction Eisenhower said this would be most damaging to the entire federal judiciary Both bills provide for establish ment of a bipartisancommission to investigate civil rights and for appointment of an additional as dairy neifer showed the heifer k The champion Guernsey heifer was s h o w nby Keith Lawyer Clear Lake Carol Blum Mason City had the top Holstein Karen Zirbel Clear Lake topped the Milking Shorthorn list and the winning Brown Swiss was owned by Don Quinlan Thornton Nancy Renshaw and Carol Stevens Mason Thrifty Fixers 4H club won the county senior 4H girls demonstration contest The winners get to compete at the Iowa State Fair Second Place Second place went to Lois Pals and Janet Messelheiser Grime Golden Gals who now are eligi ble for a trip to the Waterlac Dairy Cattle Congress The thirc place team of Betty Sharrott anc Leanne Tesene Lake Ambition Vestae will compete in the dis trict contest Saturday at th North Iowa Fair Their alter nates will be Barbara Janso and Betty Floy Grimes GoGe ters The management reporte more than 10000 people floode sistant attorney general to head I a new civil rights division in the Justice Department RODEO DAY The Barnes championship rodeo brings out a thousand ears for its first appearance at the North Iowa Fair It was the largest crowd yet to attend the 1957 fair The air view taken GlobeGazette photographer Elwin Musser shows the four 200foot permanent buildings and four large tents whichhousa exhibits and livestock the grounds Wednesday in th expositions third day A cloudless sky 80degree weather a corral full of mean and plenty of cowboys lowns entertained the crowd hroughout the Winners in the rodeo events vere Bareback bronc Birky Delavan 111 Saddle bronc Pheffer Warrenberg Mo Brahma bull riding Lowell fames Davie Fla Calf Sewalt Af on Okla 135 sees Bull Bishop Mami Fla 6 sees No serious mishaps marred the rodeo although close calls came frequently Music was provided during the afternoon by the Osage Municipa Band Roger Dryer from Kossuth anc Lowell Allen from Butler County won KGLO trips to the Interna tionjl Live Stock Exposition afte tying in the district 4H livestock judging contest The two boys ac tually tied for second place wit 362 points out of a possible 450 but Kent Brown Hampton wh won with 389 points was not elig SAFE DOOR PEELED Stolen at Rushings Market ible having won a trip previously Brown has been high individual in North Iowa Fair judging corn Hardworking thieves peeled he door from a safe at Rushings Super Valu Market 1104 N Fed eral some time Wednesday night and made off with an estimated The loot included cash checks and insurance papers id a card board box and the contents of four cash register drawers store officials said The exact amount of the theft is still being figured Police who found no marks oi a forced entrance believe the safecrackers hid themselves in the store and went to work after it closed Manager William Mil ler 636 9th N E said no one was working in the rear stock room and that the theives could broncs ride them Wednesday after drew the largest grandstand crowd yet to the 1957 fair petition in three out of the last lave hidden there without diffi culty Getting out was a different matter A back door had to be forced from the inside The thieves opened the safe by knocking off the dial and handle then peeling off the door The door was neatly set against a wall in the cashiers office The thieves passed up a small cash approx imately in on a counter above the safe Loose change and the cash regis ter drawers were strewn arounc the room An employe Ed Boone 122 Washington N W discovered the breakin at a m Thursday four years Franklin County won the 4H team judging contest with 1088 owa yei 10 me j j t The included Brown i A fiveevent championship d Em Latinier and Merrill deo pitted man against beast and provided excitement and enter tainment for spectators filling the main grandstand and por All About Hanson Dows and was coached tions of the bleachers Prize Money About in prize money up for grabs at the Barnes Championship Rodeo sponsored by the North Iowa Fair and the Clear Lake Bit and Spur Club The cowboys who are profes sionals at their jobs meant busi ness when they left the chute astride a snorting bronc Toughest event of the day was rid y Carl Rehder Franklin County extension youth assistant Its the sixth time in seven years his teams have won the contest In district purebred pig com petition Gary Cole Swaledale showed the winning Yorkshire gilt Dennis Ward Swaledale had the boar The Weather Mason City Scattered showers and cooler Thursday night low in lower 60s Friday partly cloudy with widely scattered showers high low 80s Iowa Partly cloudy scattered thundershowers day night low Disabled C97 Limps Toward Hilo Hawaii HONOLULU OP A huge C97 Military Air Transport plane car rying 57 passengers and a crew of 10 limped toward Hilo Hawaii generally fair with not muchThursday with two of its four en north 60s Thurs F rid ay FAIR PROGRAM THURSDAY Oth Century Shows on Midway concert Clear Lake Champion ship Rodeo FRIDAY Oth Century Shows on Midway Special prices on rides to chil dren under 12 Gate admission free to children under 16 a open class Hol stein Jersey and Brown Swiss a and P 1 ymouih Rock Falls district agricultural dem onstrations a matinee for children under 16 p and concert Sheffield p C h a m pionship Rodeo selection of rodeo queen 4H girls style revue p erro Gordo County 4H colt and saddle horse judging p and Klemrne p Varieties of 1957 temperature change Hampshire Gilt The top Hampshire gilt andJMinnesota showers cooler litter was shown by Neil Johnson St Ansgar and the boar by John Wonsmos Thornton Spotted Po land China honors went to Mclvin Kobernusz Manly for his litter the final bull ing With only a rope to boar anfj sieve Humphrey to the cowboys were ioltcd into Cjear for njs gilt Robert i gines dead The Air Force said the double Mount Pleasant Man Killed in Accident MOUNT PLEASANT Mount Pleasant man was killed and his girl companion seriously injured Thursday when their car crashed off US 34 six miles west of here and overturned deck version ive tjmes GlobeGazette weather data upjthe civilian Stratocruiser was en to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m arena by j Rules called the stocky steers for them to stay j aboard their mounts until whistle blew Humphrey owned the lopVEAR AGO Black Poland China litter andj and Tom Schultz Nora Although some 10 seconds was jjall the riding time required the versus man contest was Springs had the winning gilt Maximum Minimum 85 65 72 83 68 route to Hickam Air Force Base at Honolulu from Travis AFB near San Francisco When trouble developed its destination was shifted to Hilo on Hawaii Island about 200 miles nearer It was j reported about 700 miles from imio The aircraft Carrier Bon Hom Darrell Lee Sammons 21 was killed in the crash and Ramona Moorehead 17 was taken to a hospital in serious condition Jerry Hodson Plymouth took all honors in the Chester Whitcl class Duroc winners were Gary j tough The most hazardous featjWatsn Thornton with a litter rfjcame when the rider had to slip from the back of the steer and reach the ground without falling CHAMPIONS AGAIN The Franklin County 4H judging team Wednesday won the district livestock judging contest at the North Iowa Fair for the sixth time in the last seven Team members leff to right are Garl Rehder coach and Jim Johnson Latimer Merrill Hanson Norman Hanson Dows Fred Elling Lati mer and KentBrown Hampton Brown has been high individual in the contestin three out of the last fouryears The Angus heifer the boys are looking over belongs to RobertN Anderson Ventuva beneath the thundering hoofs Other Events Other rodeo events were bare back bronc riding saddle bronc riding calf roping and bull dog ging TheSac City Drill Team gave an exhibition of horsey square dancing and and boar and Gary Y o u n g e Thornton for his gilt Watson also won the swine showmanship award The champion open class Angus bull was shown by M H Koch and Son Colo the reserve by Millet1 and Bumgarner Hampton Russel Held Hinton had both the champion and reserve Shorthorn Loveless7 Son Pays for Speeding DES MOINES UPVAlan Love jme Richard was alerted to standless 21 son of Gov and Mrs I by in event the plane forced Herschel Loveless has paid a to ditch Pacific Military Air fine in Municipal Judge Ray Har Transport Service headquarters risons court for speeding Young however said the pilot reportedLoveless was given a summons he had enough fuel to land safelyfor going 35 miles an hour in a and no further trouble was anj25mile zone last Friday ticipatecl pair ofiin open irlass competition SAME tntacV mtxnx death In 21 The transport ran mto trouble more than halfway out on the 2250mile flight A propellor flew off from one of the engines and disabled another jettitoned itoll ACCIDENT VICTIM GLENWOOD Chap man 67 Glcnwood was killed Wednesday when he fell off a road mainlainer and was crushed Baggage was beneath it two mites southeast of here I
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