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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                f North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for LOBE HOME EDITION HI N I WSPAPI ft TH AT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS Thursday Friday and So Hi r day VOL H Associated Presc and United PreM International full be WLtef 7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 7 TUc Pajwr o Four OM Thornton 4H Girls Baby Beef Wins Expect Quick U N Action East The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with no large temperature changes through Friday Low Thursday night 6468 high Friday 8893 Iowa Partly cloudy scattered thundershowers eastern third Thursday night and extreme northeast Friday Little tem perature change with low Thursday high Fri day 8694 Saturday outlook Partly cloudy continued warm and humid UNITEDNATIONS NY UN delegates predicted Thurs day that the General Assembly would meet by Saturday to deal with the Middle East crisis but would not get down to debate un til next week The Security Council was meet ing Thursday afternoon to take up rival U S and Soviet resolu tionscalling the emergency As sembly session The expectation was that the 11nation Council would approve the US resolution Thursday night or Friday andthat the 81 nation Assembly would meet Fri day or Saturday THE ASSEMBLY must be con vened within 24 hours after Sec retary General Dag Hammar skjold receives a request for an emergency session approved by any seven Council members The permanent Council members veto cannot be invoked agains a resolution authorizing the As icmbly session President Eisenhower told a news conference make an appearance at the Assembly sessionif he found it necessary or desirable Russians at the United Nations said they doubted that Soviet Premier Khrushchev would come to New York said the United Stateswould put forwarc plan which would operate through the United Nations I stabilize East Tb objectives would be to deal with the problems of A r a b national ism water shortage and Pales tine Arab refugees THE AMERICAN and Sovie resolutions to call the Assembl into session were nearly three weeks ago whenth Council was unable to take ac tion on the Middle East crisis They were shelved when Khrush chev proposed a fivepower sum mit conference and the big ers maneuvered Khrushchev finally rejecte the USBritish proposal for a summit meeting of the Security Council and demanded instead mat tne emergency Assembly session be held Mostly fair Thursday night Friday partly cloudy and The American resolution little warmer widely scat call on the Assembly for thundershowers develop mendations concerning L e b west and south Friday after nons May 22 complaint that or evening Low Thursday Jnited Arab Republic was 5060 north 6068 south ing arming and reinforcing Friday 8085 northeast and els trying to oust Lebanons west and south Western President Camille weather data up 8 am Thursday Diplomatic sources 86 this most likely would be 63 o mention also Jordans 8 am 65 plaint July 17 that 03 was interfering in that AGO affairs by plotting to 81 King Minimum 57 Human Dies Is in Arson By DW1GHT that Herman Kierdorf PONTIAC Mich W 68yearold uncle was Kierdorf died Thursday on the deal after Michigan Atty Gen ATTORNEY GFNFBA1 Adams said the Teamsters Union official became a human torch while tryingto set fire to a cleaning shop at nearby Flint The Teamster business agent died at pm He had lapsed into a coma while Adams T saida witness whose identity was not disclosed told him he viewed explosions and heard anguished cries from inside the fiery building The witness reportedly was being held in protective custody a secret location holding a series of news told his second news ences that shattered the union officials story he was set Thursday he believes witness story is true by two strangers Earlier Adams said he is 56yearold Kierdorf a agent for a Teamsters local at Flint staggerec McGregor Man a Pontiac Hospital at 1 am Monday He was burned over 8 of Attack in cent of his body OSSIAN Feral Hoseley linked the burning with of McGregor suffered a heart at tack while driving through explosion and fire Sundaj night at the Latreilie cleaners a on US 52 Wednesday and was dead on arrival at a hosuitaL The fire was reported at 1 pm Quick House Action Trade Defense Bills Passed WASHINGTON The H o u s e quickly passed Thursday a rec ord peacetime defense money bil and an extension of the recipro cal trade program Both were conference compro mises of Senate and House ver sions of measures that had set off verbal fireworks oh original passage They went through the House in big time The count was 161 56 for the measure giving Presi dent Eisenhower most of what he wants in the trade bill The defense money more than Eisenhower asked was passed by voice vote The Senate is expected to act on both measures soon Elsewhere in Congress GOLDFINE Rep August E Johansen RMich accused New England textile millionaire Ber nard Goidf in e friend of Presf dential Aide Sherman Adams of trying to butter up assistants to congressmen with his true facts letters to 400 members of the House In the letters Goldfine urged the legislators not to cite him for contempt as a result of the recent GoidfineAdams influ ence inquiry RACK Chairman John VL McClellan DArk called for a Justice Department investigation of possible perjury in Teamster Union President James R Hoffas testimony before the Senate Rack ets Committee ADJOURNMENT House lead ers said prospects for early con gressional adjournment were looking Leader had headed the car into a driveADAMS who would not discuss way and it slipped into a ditch possible motives entered the in Hoseley was court reporter for vestigation Wednesday at the re District Judge T H Goheen r quest of Gov G Mennen Wil liams Adams questioned witnesses all the night We are left with the following theories That this was an organized attempt as part of Kierdorfs union activity or he did it on his own Adams said The witnesses included opera tors of several dry cleaning es Vjtablishments that have been dimmer John W Democratic McCormack Mass said does not think the House carWvind up its work by Aug 16 Speaker Sam Ray burn said that now seemed like ly The House also was slated to consider a bill to provide 20000 fouryear college scholarships for bright students in the fields of science and foreign languages The awards to range from to 51000 a year would cost an estimated over a sevenyear period dynamited recently FARM BLAST DAYTON Iowa gas pipe line explosion on the Edgar Mil ler farm near here rocked this community Wednesday and caused a fire which scored the Miller home and barn Sports Bulletins CHICAGO Sharon Fla does 15 of Dubuque Iowa and Carol Ann Mann 17 of Olympia Fields III gained the finals of the 32nd Womens Western Jun ior Golf Tournament at Inver ness Country Club Thursday DUBLIN Ireland Thomas of Australia Thursday night defeated fabulous miler Herb Elliott by 25 yards and set a new world mark of j for two miles TWO HEADS BETTER The size of Springs The kingsized cabbage Was eii the entries at the North Iowa Fair can tered by Carolyn Duea of Thornton who best be shown by this sevenpound cabalso showed the junior grand champion bage that Kenneth Merriss Mason City baby beef 7 V f holds over the head of Donna Rice Lime Nora Springs Hit by Severe Hail NORA SPRINGS A severe lail storm which centered on Nora Springs early Thursday morning caused damage to crops andgardens in all parts ef town A large picture window in the new home of Postmaster L G Anderson was broken by the out sized hail stones Branches and eaves of trees Jittered the lawns and streets after the 10minute onslaught of hail A neon sign on Merchants afe on the main street was broken Residents reported see ing hail stones larger than golf balls HAWAII BILL WASHINGTON UPI House Interior Committee over whelmingly approved a bill Wed nesday to make Hawaii the 50th state But Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas said the measure had1 no chance of passage at this session of Congress Fair Program THURSDAY 20th CENTURY SHOWS ON MIDWAY Golden Wedding members of tht Golden Wedding Club will be guests of fair Special prices on rides for children under 16 years of age until Free gate admission to children under U years of age until 6 p m Winning carcasses from Barrow Carcass Show will be on display p Queen of the Furrow Contest p Swensen Thrillcade Afternoon and evening sky diving exhibition FRIDAY Mth CENTURY SHOWS ON MIDWAY Special prices on rides for children until 6 p m Free gate admission to children until e p m Winning carcasses from Barrow Carcass Show on display a matinee for children with a Shetland pony to be given away p Championship Rodeo and Hoofbeats mounted precision drill team p class of the American Quarter Horse Assn p Championship Rodeo and Quarter Horse Show Afternoon and evening ski diving exhibition Tankers Collide Killing 15 in Burning Ship Blazing Sea BURNING TANKER The S E Graham a small tanker inbound from Newark N J burns furiously after collision with the outbound Gulfoil in Newport R L harbor off Fort Adams Thursday At least 15 men were killed 36 injured NEWPORT R I UPI Two tankers tme loaded with a million gallons of gasoline crashed in flames in thick fog Thursday kill ing at least 15 men and injuring 36 At noon five hours after the collision nine bodies were found entombed below decks in the larg er of the two ships Six other men died when they leaped into the fiery sea after the col ision off Ft Adams Of the injured 31 were held in hospitals for treatment and five were released Several of the hos pitalized were reported in critical condition from burns THE SHIPS the 10000ton Gulf oil out of Philadelphia and the coastal tanker S E Graham col lided in a halfmile channel at the entrance to Narragansett Bay The collision occurred within sight of the stillbeached wreckage of the Norwegian freighter Velle ville which ran aground last September during President Eis enhowers vacation here The Gulfoil skipper CaptM Eden of Port Arthur Tex perish ed with his ship which later went aground off Ft Adams Flames and smoke spewed from both ves sels five hours after the collision punctuated by a rocking explo sion THE GRAHAM burned fiercely at the southern tip of Rose Island in Newport harbor At one time the heat was so intense that fire boats could not get near the ves sel and it had to be towed off the shore The Graham carried a crew of 12 Navy Chief Petty JDfficer Thom as Wright of the Newport Naval Base public information office re ported that a crew from the Navy oiler Salamone found the nine bodies below decks He saidvlhe vessel still was burning at noon Fair Enters 3rd Day Crowd Total Mounting Daily Carolyn Duea a 4H girl from Thornton showed the junior grandchampionship baby Wednesday at the North Iowa Fa i r Her 976pound Angui steer took the nod over 301 other entries most of them by 4H and FFA boys Carolyn is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Duea The reserve championship rib bon went toDelton Dixori son of Mr and Mrs Art Dixon Mason City also on ah angus The Junior Showmanship A ward was given to Kenneth Merriss Mason City while Rob ert Christehsen Thornton took the senior award THE 4H Swine Showmanship Award was won by Gary Riles Sheffield whilethe Grand Champion Guernsey Bull Award went to an animal owned by Gleaj Lloyd Clear Lake and bred by Mw Mike Sprole fair manager animal also JuniorChampion V The baby beeves and other livestock shared the crowds at tention with Gene Autry Show The largest crowd of this year filled the three bleacher secUpnsfbr tie afternoon show V vv The canopy to grandstand i crowd from thesuji was a factor in swelling the attendanceV said RE Nyquistv grandstand superintendent He estimated ihe crowd at more thanJMXW A FREE PONY cut rates on carnival rides perform ances arid free admission to the gates are some of the features children 16 and under can look forward to Thursday and Friday Aut Swenson got the two Kids Days underway with a b a ng Thursday morningwith a special performance of his spectacular Thrillcade The roar of highpow ered motors almost drowned out the shrieks of the youngsters as they watched Swensons interna tionally famous drivers go through their paces The B a rn e s Championship GRAND CHAMPION Carolyn Duea Thornton stands with her father Joe and her Angus steer which was named North Iowa Fair Wednesday Miss Duea also had the county junior sheep cham pion and reserve champion and junior grand champion at second in senior showmanship Rodeo follows the pattern Friday morning at 10 with a special show in front ofthe grandstand Some lucky youngster will leave the rodeo matinee the proud owner of a pony given by the North Iowa Fair Assn THREE OTHER RODEO shows are scheduled for Friday and Sat urday with some of the outstand ing riders in the rodeo circuit tak ing part Other shows are sched uled for 2 and 8 p m Friday and 8 p m Saturday Five contests which add points toward a rodeo world champion ship are being held at the fair They are wild horse riding Brahma calf roping bronco rid ing steer wrestling and Brahma bull riding Other features of the rodeo in clude the hilarious Sputnik Num ber 1 a comedy routine involv ing both automobiles and horses the Galloping Dominoes a Ro man standing riding exhibition and the White Comets featur ing four perfectly matched white stallions performing drill rou tines CHARM AND BEAUTY will be added to the excitement of the rodeo lovely cowgirls as Sparky Dent Ferne Olson Mar cia Mionor and Donna Milner A rodeo queen contest will also be held in conjunction with the rodeo with the winner being named at the Saturday evening show Judging in the open livestock divisions gets under full swing the next two days with the open beef judging highlighting the ac tivities on Friday Other open classes to be judged Friday are steers and sheep Classes in the junior district and county junior divisions also continue to be judged the next two days with the beef heifer class of the district division fea turing the activity   

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