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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited foe th BEUAZETTE TH I VOL H Preu ud Oilted PTCM N EWSFAPfft TH AT MAK IS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIOR MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST I 19SI HOME EDITION MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS TWi OM lid ren Ice Sea Lane Trail Blazed WASHINGTON Unit ed States announced Friday the atomic submarine Nautilus has completed historys first trans polar underseas voyage across the top of the world The dramatic announcement came at a White House news con ference where President Eisen hower personally presented cita tions to the youthful skipper of the submarine and members of its crew THE CITATION hailed the voy age under the arctic ice cap as pi oneering a submerged sea lane between Eastern and Western hemispheres This points the way the President said for further ex ploration and possible use of this route by cargo submarines as a new commercial seaway between the major oceans of the world THE NAUTILUS has added to Its list of historic achievements Eisenhower said by crossing the Arctic Ocean from the Bering Sea to the Greenland Sea passing submerged beneaththe geograph ic North The Nautilus was skippered on the voyage by Cnidr W R An derson 37 of Waverly Tenn Sports Bulletins NEWTON Mass W American turn to the on British women goffers after 18 holes in the Curtis Cup competition Friday was Mrs Ann Casey of Mason City arid Barbara Mclntire of Lake Park FU They Jed Bridget Jackson and Mrs George Valentine the British womens champion f i v e up The British led in the other two foursomes CHICAGO Caro Ann Mann 17 Olympia Fields HI won the 32nd Womens Western Junior golf title Friday with a 3 and 2 triumph over 15year old Sharon Fladoos of Du buque Iowa Fair Program f FRIDAY 20th CENTURY SHOWS ON MIDWAY Special prices on rides for children until 6 p m Free gate admission to children until 6 p m Winning carcasses from Barrow Carcass Show on display p Performance class Assn of the American Quarter Horse p Championship Rodeo Hoofbeats and Quarter Horse Show Afternoon and evening sky diving exhibition SATURDAY 20th CENTURY SHOWS ON MIDWAY Beef auction p concert Garner High School band p car time trials p car races p horse and pony show p Accordion Band p Championship Rodeo and Hoofbeats Talks Move THE SPECIAL son was called UNITED NATIONS N Y The U N General Assembly be gins an emergency special ses sion on the Middle East late Fri day but AyjHjt get down to real business until next Tuesday or Wednesday Before adjournment the Soviet Union was expected to make its usual fruitless move to seat Com munist China in place of the Chi nese Nationalist delegate Assembly ses by unanimous vote of the Security Council Thursday night on a compromise resolution The resolution got both the U S and Soviet votes by avoiding specific mention of 1 the original U S charge of indi rect aggression by the United Arab Republic in Lebanon and 2 the Soviet demand for immediate withdrawal ofU S forces from Lebanon and British forces from Jordan But Soviet Arkady A Claim Hoffa Gave Racketeers Help Sobolev KafteV dropping his reso lutionjvsaid the main purpose of the emergency session still should devise measures troop withdrawals U S Delegate Henry C a b o t Lodge told the Council the special sessiofa should deal with broad aridfundamental problems of the troubled area going beyond stop gap measures to stabilize theim mediate situation Informed ources said the U S delegation vas working hard on a farreach ng program or the Middle East which it plans o submit With the Middle East consigned or the moment to the General Assembly the big powers still vere working for propaganda mileage with cross demands for summit conference LODGE AND BRITAINS U N representative Sir Pierson Dixon harged Soviet Premier Khrush chev with first accepting and then rejecting a Security Council meet ing of heads of government to dis WASHINGTON UVA Pennsyl vania labor leader testified Fri d a y Teamster boss James R Hoffa helped a group of rack eteers get a charter to run a hotel and restaurant workers union local in Philadelphia The testimony came from Wil liam J Brennan a vice president of the State Federation of Labor who said he had been threatened for leading an unsuccessful fight against the racketeers He said he had heard about the threats but had received none directly Brennan told the story before the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee HOFFA WAS in the hearing room awaiting more quizzing Chicago gangster Paul The Waiter Ricca also was on call for questioning but was not in the hearing room The committee said Brennan is not related to Owen J Bert Brennan international vice pres ident of the Teamsters and a pa of Hoffa William Brennan said the rack eteer group revolved about Phil adelphia Teamster official Sam Shorty Feldman He said it go a charter in1956 to run Local 410 of the Hotel and Restauran Workers Union HE SAID the local promptly became involved in scandals in cluding charges of intimidation of employers and that its bosses ran the local 523000 in debt in the eight or nine months they held command Brennan said they were fired from office in the spring of 1957 jy the unions international pres dent who assigned Brennan to ake over Brennan said he is iresident of Philadelphia Loca 138 of the Hotel and Restauran iVorkers president of the unions state council and administrator of Local 87 Say Kierdorf Admitted Arson Try PONTIAC Mich Atty Gen Paul L Adams said Friday torch victim Frank Kier dorf admitted ori his deathbed that he suffered his fatal burns in setting fire to a dry cleaning store in Flint Adams said that the Teamsters Union business agent also indi cated that his uncle Herman Kierdorf 68 was at the scene The uncle now issubject of ana tionwide search The deathbed questioning of Frank Thursdaywasy conducted ay Tony Spiel chief ofcriminal investigation for the Oakland County prosecutors effice Adams said Kierdorf was asked to communicate by raising or low ering his arms because hewas unable to talk The dying man also was asked about other Teamster officials but Adams no com ment on his responses Adams said r We are viewing the statement with considerable skepticism The doctor was doubt fulhe could communicate But of course we will follow through with any Adams disclosed that F ran k Fitzsimmons vice president of TeamsterLocal 299 in Detroit is wanted for questioning because he reportedly turned over title of a unionCadillac toHerman Kier dorf which provided funds for Kierdorfs flight Local 299 is the homelocal of James RH o f f a international president of the Teamsters Union James Hoffas brother William already has been picked up and questioned by authorities about the arson job Adams said Wil liam Hoffa and two others ail justness agents for a Pontiac Mich teamsters union were questioned Fair Rodeo Is Feature of Fairs 4th Day By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor Some 1200 hootin and hollerin youngsters took advantage of Kids Day to see the Barnes Championship Rodeo Friday morning at the North Iowa Fair Featured acts were by the Hoofbeats a precisionmounted drill team from Greene and by Jerry Olson worldrenowned Western clown Olson thrilled the young crowd as he rode atop two horses standing with one foot on each The pony given away by the fair association went to Jim Spivey 6 Dallas He is th son of Mr and Mrs Lee Spivey vhb run the merrygoround be fair midway Judith Dean 17 Corwith vas named Queen of the Fur nine other candidate in the regional contest held Thurs NEW QUEEN Dean 17 Coiwith stands on a tractor at the North Iowa Fairgrounds after being named winner of the regional Queen of the Furrow contest Friday night Miss Dean will now represent 11 North Iowa Soil Conservation Districts at the state contest in Cedar Rapids Sept 7 uss the Middle East This hap pened after Khrushchev visited Peiping last week and future historians someday may know why Lodge said British Prime Minister Macmil lan tnessaged Khrushchev that he still was anxious to take part in a summit conference to end the cold war And Sobolev told newsmen he thought the Assemblys Mid east session might be a first step teward a summit conference on all major issues dividing the Kremlin and the Western Allies Kidnaper Executed for Babys Death OSSINING N Y UPI Angela John La Marca was ex ecuted Thursday night for kid naping and abandoning to die monthold Peter Weinberger La Marca 33 father of two confessed he had kidnaped the Weinberger infant July 4 1956 for ransom and then in panic left the child to starve to i death under a roadside honey suckle bush The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with chance of an occasional shower or thundershower through Sat urday A little warmer Friday night otherwise no large tem perature changes through Sat urday Highs Saturday 88 to 92 lowFridaynight lower 60si j Iowa Partlyrcloudy Vfith scat tered thundershowers north generally fair south through Saturday A little wanner northeast Friday night other wise little temperature change Highs Saturday 86 to 94 Low Friday night 60s Furtheroiit look Continued above riorma temperatureswith a few scat tered thuBdershowers Sunday Occasional cloudines and warmer Fuday night with widely scattered thundershow ers mostly in the southwest por tion Saturday and continued warm with a few re maining thundershowers south east portion Lows Friday night 50 to 58 northeast 58 to 68 west and south HighsSaturday804o88 northeast 88 to 95 west and south Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 88 Minimum 55 At 8 a m 73 YEAR AGO Maximum 85 Minimum 65 day night at the North Iowa Fair Representing the H a n c o c k County Soil Conservation District Miss Dean is now eligible to enter the state contesfto be held in Ce dar Rapids Sept 7 The other candidates in the regional contest were from Cerro Gprdo Franklin Hancock and Wright counties There are 11 Soil Conservation Districts in the region she will represent at the state contest HIGHLIGHTING thegrandstand shows at the fair for two days 8 of the top cowboys from 14 ates have entered the competi on in quest of the 3000 prize money The Saturday rodeo show sched led for 8 pm will be the same s the Friday shows at 2 and 8 m The cowboys will go for hampionship points in bronco iding B r a hm a calf roping Jrahma bull riding steer wres ling and wild horse riding The new queen was crowned in ront of a near capacity crowd by Mark Hun tie y Cerro Gord9 lounty soil conservationist Im mediately following the ceremo nies the Aut Swenson Thrillcade ook over with its twohour show of precision and daredevil driv ing MISS DEAN liveVwIth her par ents Mr andMrs Donald J Dean near Corwithp1 She wasvaledictorian of the 1958 graduating class ofCorwith Community High Miss Deanhelps herparents withthe farmlandis especially interested in girls 4H workShe is theGirls 4H Club State Secretary and has won blue ribbons and other awardsin 4H competition The Deans have one other child Don ald L Dean The contest is cosponsored by the StateSoil Conservation Dis tricts and the American Fence dealers in Iowa Friday judging saw ahvanimal owned by H Russell Held Hin OUV JU Jl AWJ VI tJLJ I is the B arnes Championship Rodeo Dittman Mitchell public ity man for the rodeo saysthat Holdup or Davenport Home DAVENPORT An armed bandit held up and robbed a 75 yearold tavern operator of ap proximately m4he garageof the victimshome late Thursday H Cv Schmidt told police the man apparently followed him home after he had closed his tav lern SAME State Can Take Lead in County Streamlining Report FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES director of the Iowa Legislative Research Bureau said Friday the Iowa Legislature has a great deal of control over efforts to stream line county governments in the state Clayton Ringgenberg director of the bureau said the Legisla ture also has much responsibili ty for any changes in county government framework The bureau probed the nature of the counties as part of a study requested by Reps Paul Walter Bernard Balch R Riley Dietz RWal Bert Fairchiid RIda Robert Naden RWeb ster Ncal Pierce RRus sell and Clark McNeal RBel Although counties are created by the slate and serve as agen cies of the state they jtiso are political entities in their own right the report said THE BOARD of supervisors is generally held to be responsible for most county affairs and it has some supervisory powers over most county offices primarily in financial and personnel matters the report said But it added Authority and responsibility are spread among so many offi cials that there is little overall control and coordination in ad ministering the various county programs Many county functions are per formed by officials elected direct ly by the people the researchers commented and observed It is doubtful that the super visors can effectively supervise persons not appointed by them In a sense the supervision ol these elective officers is left to the voters One of the major criticisms made of county government is hat it is headless It is argued hat it is difficult to get efficient economical and responsible gov ernment because of this split of control THE REPORT said Iowa coun ties are organized like those in most other states but that in re cent years some groups have been asking for a better admin istrative setup to permit better coordination of county work and more efficient use of money em ployes and equipment The bureau said the report was designed to lay the groundwork for two other studies to be re leased in the fall which will dis cuss these questions Should Iowa counties be per mitted to consolidate present of fices and functions Should two or more counties be allowed to provide a service or function together rather than in dividually END OF GAR One of the acts in the tion shown here It was a flip and a half Aut Swenson Thrillcade which had three as the top of the car collapsed It took performances at the North Iowa Fair Thursday is the intentional rolling of old cars the more rolls the more points Speedy McQueen did a good job in the ac seven helpers to push the car to an up right position but McQueen got out unin jured Shorthbrn bull and one owned by Otis Rothlisberger Elgin named grand champion Short horn female the Quarter Horse Show the grand mare wasr en 7 W tered by Johnt Hoopes Musca tine and the grand champion stallion by Vince Platts Steam boat Rock PONIES quarter horses pal ominos and just plain horses started pouring through the gates of the North Iowa Fairgrounds Friday morning in preparation for three days of the most com plete horse shows in the history of the fair The first show ron the calendar of events is the Quarter Horse Show with judging beirig done throughout Friday twentyeight horses from f Iowa Minnesota and Kansas have beenentered in ihe show which will feature some of the top horses in the Midwest Approved by the American Quarter Horse Assn the horses entered will be judged on both cutting style and rein work Mrs Robert Judd MasonCity isin charge of entries for all the horse shows r SATURDAY MARKS the judg ing of the and Pleasure ciass of horses This contest is for horses that arent eligible for the Quarter Horse Show on Fri day or the Palomino Show Sun day It started as a local contest but entries from as far away as Waterloo have changed all that There will be no entry fee for the Saturday show and no cash prizes just ribbons will be awarded There will also be a special pony class judged at this show On the last day of the fair Sunday the official 1958 show of the Iowa Palomino Horse Assn will be held This show will bring together all of the top Palomino horses in the state with the halter classes being judged in the morn ing and the performance classes in the afternoon MINNESOTA dairy cattle walked away with most of the top honors in the open dairy di vision judged Thursday Roy Knutson Owatonna Minn had the grand champion Ayrshire fe male and also the senior cham pion Ayrshire female Lyle Stev enson Rose Creek Minn had the reserve champion Ayrshire female Neil Sawin Northwood showed the senior and grand champion Guernsey female and Crestwood Farm of Austin Minn showed the reserve champion in that breed The 4H Swine Showmanship Award was won Thursday by Gary Riles Sheffield while the Grand Champion Guernsey Bull Award went to an animal owned by Glea Lloyd Clear Lake and bred by M W Mike Spvole fair manager The animal was also junior champion The main acts of Swensoms   

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