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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited toe HM CITY ULOBEVjAZETTE HI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHI O R ST HOME EDITION VOL H AstocUled and United Inlcnuitloiul Fun Wires 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 9 T95S Two Hullinger r Named Grand Champ Nautilus C L Sails for New Honors for Voyage WASHINGTON history making US atomic submarine Nautilus headed for England Sat urday and fresh honors for its transpolar pioneering voyage The White House gave out word that the Nautilus and its crew of 116 are proceeding slowly from Icelandic waters to Portland England for a visit from Aug 1217 The vessel was about mid way between Iceland and land at noon Saturday After charting the path for possible future commerce under the polar icecap an epic four day journey of 1830 miles under ice the Nautilus steamed out of a of secrecy into the full glare of publicity ITS SKIPPER Cmdr W R Anderson carrying official cita tions for himself and his crew from President Eisenhower will fly from this country to rejoin the Nautilus for its triumphant arrival at its first port of call in England There US Ambassador John Hay Whitney is to present the unitcitation officially to the Nau tilus crew White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said Cmdr Anderson will arrive in England in timeVto board1 the Nautilus from a pilot boat and take her into Portland AMBASSADOR Whitney is ex pected to read the presidential citationat the portceremony News of the submarines dra matic feat traveling from the Pacificto the Atlantic to achieve the long sought northwest pas sage by going under the was announced at a special White House ceremony Friday President Eisenhower decorat ed the submarine commander who was flown here especially for the occasion In his citation to the sub com mander Eisenhower stressed the commercial possibilities opened up by the Nautilus voyage The military implications are ob vious but the President left them unmentioned THIS he said points the way for further exploration and possible use of this route by nuclear powered cargo submar ines as a new commercial sea way between the major oceans of the If Washington preferred to ig nore publicly the military impli cations London did not A British naval source said means that atomicdriven submarines could cross from the north coast of the American continent beneath the ice to launch attacks on the AP Photofax LONG WATER JOURNEY A Cincinnati housewife Mrs William j Spelius 39 and her family pause at St Charles Mo after finishing 2000 miles of a trip from Fort Benton Mont to Cincinnati on the Missouri Mis sissippi and Ohio rivers On their 19foot boat are left to right Christine 9 pet monkey Capt Andy Hook Mrs Spelius 2 Wayne 16 and Chris Arthur 6 The father will join the family at Evansville Ind for the rest of the trip Grandstand Attendance Double 57 Cash receipts of grandstand at tendance at the North Iowa Fair up to Friday evening were greater than for the entire seven days of the 1957 show That was the enthusiastic re port of Leigh Curran fair asso ciation president as crowds poured through the gates to watch the Barnes Championship Rodeo THE GRANDSTAND attend ance for the first threedays of the fair he said are more than double the total for the first four daysof 1957 The fair this year started on Tuesday last year on Monday Cash receipts are well above last year even with one less day Curran did not quote gate ad missions he said even though they are far ahead of last year His reason was thatthe figures are not comparable there is no count of the thousands of chil dren who came see the Gene Aulry show and the rodeo They were admitted free and not counted WE ARE well on the way to a real financial success said Cur ran Our audited cash receipts will tell the whole story when we submit our annual report this fall The crowds are the best I have seen in my 23 years of as sociation with the said Paul Pritchard association vice president It proves that when we give the people the entertainment they want well get the crowds for Duea GRAND Hulliriger perintendent of the beef cattle classes Manly holds his steer as he re ceives the Grand ChampionSteer Award from Walter Eno North Iowa Fair su Hullinger also received in prize money forthe award winning animal on Middle East northern Union shore of the Soviet Sports Bulletin NEWTON Mass ieas youthful challengers were heed of their British Curtis Cup rivals in four and even in another match after 18 holes of the six concluding matches Sat urday Mrs Ann Casey Johns tone of Mason City Iowa was the only American behind after 18 playing Janette Robertson Scotland who had a 5up margin Mrs had an 11over par M 2 Girls Discover Mastodon Tooth DBS MOINES UPI A mu teum director here said Friday a tooth found by two 11yearold girls Thursday along a creek is that of a mastodon and may be anywhere from 10000 to 20000 years old The mastodon was a huge ele phanttype animal that roamed the earth centuries ago The girls Carole Champ and Sadonna Kitzman said they found the tooth along the bank of North Walnut creek in suburban Des Moines UNITED NATIONS NY Secretary General Dag Ham marskjoid tried Saturday to di rect the UN debate on the Mid dle East away from big power name calling toward shaping a constructive plan to stabilize the area Hammarskjoid offered a broad plan for peace and economic im provements in the crisisridden region at a 35minute opening meeting Friday of the General Assemblys third emergency special session The assembly recessed until Wednesday when debate will begin The secretary general proposed that Arab nations stop interfering with each other and the big powers let them alone politically while helping them economically His plan was unveiled while the United States and the Soviet Un ion still were working on propo sals SOVIET DELEGATE Arkady A Sobolev demanded immediate action to get US troops out o Lebanon and British forces ou of Jordan Their presence con stitutes a danger to world peace he contended in repeating thi line on which Soviet Premie Khrushchev first wanted a sum mit conference and then switchec last Tuesday to demanding the assembly meeting US Delegate Henry Cabof 54 Go Down With Plane vould like to share in some of the reduction profits of Iraq and laudi Arabia 5 Joint utilization and water esources 6 STRENGTHENING of the J N truce supervision organiza tion in Jordan on the border with srael and undefined special measures adequate in the spe cific situation prevailing ap parently meaning the weak and vulnerable condition of Jordan 7 Some form of U N repre sentation be provided in Leban on once the U N observation eam leaves The United States has promised to withdraw its roops when the U N can guar antee Lebanons independence 8 Continuation of the U N Emergency Force separating U A R and Israeli forces LONDON UP Central African Airlines reported one of its planes with 54 persons aboard crashed Saturday in the hills near BenghaziLibya An airline spokesman said at least 20 survivors were reported from the 47 passengers and crew of seven British Overseas Airways Corp also said there were at least 20 survivors The fourengine Viscount had scheduled stops at Benghazi and Rome on its flight from Salis bury Southern Rhodesia to Lon don The plane reportedly plummet ed into a hiliy area six miles Senators in Probe of Torch Case WASHINGTON W Senate sought deT tails Saturday hurryup bargain sale of a Teamsters Union automobile reportedly used in Michigans fatal human torch burning Chairman John L McClellan DArk of the special Senate committee ordered the probe Friday following testimony tha the automobile was sold for no money down to Herman Kierdorf uncle of the torch victim and former aide to Teamster Presi dent James R Hoffa Kierdorfs nephew Frank Kier dorf agent for a Pon tiac Mich Teamster local diec Thursday after indicating to po lice he suffered his burns in set ting fire to a Fiint Mich dry cleaning shop Sunday night Michigan authorities said th nephew also indicated his uncl Herman 68 was at the fire scene The elder Kierdorf disappeare Monday and is sought on a war from Beghazis Benina Airport in predawn moonlight Benghazi one of Libyas two capitals lies on the Mediterranean Sea in the 1 eastern part of the desert nation Space Development Not Overnight Job Glennan rant charging possession of a s lencerrequipped gun Testimony on the sale of the un ionowned Cadillac climaxed fastmoving day in the commi tees inquiry into allegations tha Hoffas giant union is involve with underworld characters in nationwide plot to dominate bus ness and labor The hearings ar in recess until Tuesday Fair Program SATURDAY 20th CENTURY SHOWS ON MIDWAY p horse and pony show p Accordion Band p Championship Rodeo and Hooffaeats 20th CENTURY ON MJDWAY a classes of Palomino Horse Show p concert Greene High School band and perform ance class of the Palomino Horse Show p caVtiirfe trials p car races AfternoonPony of the Americas Club Show and ten nessee Walking Horse Show p evening horse show Judging schedule appears on page 3 Mrs Bing Crosby Gives Birth to Boy LOS ANGELES Bing rosby gave birth to a boy short iy before noon Friday Bing took wife actress Kathy Grant to Queen of Angels Hospital at am The baby weighed in at seven pounds am nine ounces at The Weather Mason City Continued fair and quite warm through Sunday Low Saturday night mid to up per 60s High Sunday in lower 90s Iowa Mostly fair and continued warm through Sunday Low Saturday night in the 60s High SAME Black means traffic In pail 34 Sunday in upper 90s 80s to mid Minnesota A few showers or thunderstorms urday night northwest Sat Sunday partly cloudy north with widely scat tered showers continued fair and very south warm and humid GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 87 Minimum 64 At 8 am 74 Lodge in reply accused Russia of wanting the session as a propa ganda sounding board He ex pressed regret that Sobolev had introduced the discordant note and said Washington hopes the assembly can come to grips with basic Middle Eastern problems Hammarskjoid proposed that 1 The Arab Unit ed Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria Iraq Jordan Lebanon Saudi Arabia Yemen Libya and Sudan reaffirm adherence to such principles as nonaggression and noninterference in each oth ers internal affairs 2 The world community as sure Arab nations they may shape their own destinies 3 MIDDLE EAST nations cre ate with U N help new financial institutions to pull development money into the area 4 Cooperation between o i producing and oil transiting countries President Nassers UAR across which oil passes CLEVELAND You dont do it all overnight says the new the National Aeronau tics and Space Administration in commenting on American pro gress in space work Dr T Keith Glennan comment ed that Weve done a very great deal when asked about Ameri can progress since the Russians put Sputnik I into orbit Dr Glennans nomination as director of the new agency cre ated last week was announced late Friday Next Thursday he will fly to Washington to appear at Senate confirmation hearings His assignment will begin about Sept 1 THE AGENCY which will han dle all nonmilitary space proj ects will apparently be built on the foundations of the quasipub lie civilian body that handles basic aeronautical research for the government Dr Glennan will take an indef inite leave from his post as pres ident of Case Institute of Tech nology He also was on leave from the fall of 1950 to the fal of 1952 as a member the Atomic Energy Commission As a scientisteducator he stil has fresh in his mind a 15da rip earlter this summer to Soviet colleges and universities He said the Russians are making jetter use of the capitalist incen ive system to encourage educa tion than the Americans are They have developed a de mand for education because it pays off he remarked He em phasized that a student is paid according to the quality of his work and that there are three to six applicants for every schol arship 1 CAME BACK very much impressed by the dedication of Russian students and faculty he said The American people really dont understand how this dedication affects Russias pro gress in science Dr Glennan a month away from his 53rd birthday has been an electrical engineer a studio manager for two big Hollywood movie outfits and during the war the head the Navys underwa ter sound research laboratory Dr Hugh L Dryden head of the NACA and before that asso ciated with the National Bureau of Standards was nominated as deputy director Glennan said he would rely a great deal on the personnel and facilities of the NACA HITS THE DIRT A contestant in the Barnes Championship Rodeo at the North Iowa Fair is a spjit second away from a bruising landing as he leaves a bucking horse A second cowboy moves in to keep the dirtbound rider out of more serious trouble Rodeo Races Draw Crowds An Angus owned by B D Hullinger Manly and shown by his son Tyrone was named grand champion at the first steer show ever held at the NorthIowa Fair Friday Thirtyfour steers including 21 Angus were Centered in the show which saw another Angus owned by Paul Watts Logan andshown jy Vic Walker also of Logan take the reserve grand champion ship V The grand championship was worth in prize money and a trophy to Hullinger while Watts received arid plaque for the reserve grand championship George Edwards herdsman Vat owa State College was the judge THE HULLJNGER STEER can be traced directly to a worlds champion In 1956 Janice Hul linger showed the grand cham pion steer at the International Live Stock Show in Chicago The money from that steerswinnings arid sale helped to start the herd from which ithis steer came B D Hullinger is Janices fa ther and Tyrone is her brother Top pricein Saturday morn ings baby beef auction went to Carolyn DueaThornton and her juniorgrand champion Angus She got 40 cents apound forthe animal from Trettiri Hatchery liockford 980 pourids and brought L MISS DUEA also received the highest market lamb pricein fair history for her grand champion a pound from Clifton Supermarket manager Harold Slagle Mason City The second highest baby beef price went to Bonnie Dougan Mason City for an Angus 35 cents a pound animal weighed 876 pounds A total animals sold at the baby beef auction IN OTHER open class beef judg ing completed Friday Les Heid kross and son Sheffield had the grand champion Hereford bull W P Westcott Denison had the reserve champion The grand champion Hereford female was shown by Westcott and the ani mal was also the senior cham pion The grand champion Angus bull was shown by M H Koch of Colo with the reserve cham pionship going to Addis Greiman Garner who also had the grand champion Angus female The Barnes Championship Ro deo proved itself a real crowd pleaser Friday afternoon and eve ning The cowboys took more than their share of spills limping off the grandstand track and clutch ing their sore backs But the crowd loved it SATURDAY AND SUNDAY are expected to bring big crowds to the fair The stock car races Saturday afternoon and big car races Sunday afternoon always draw the largest afternoon attend ance of the fair The Saturday evening show is expected to get the biggest crowd of the rodeo performances It is a fullscale rodeo with bareback wild horse riding calf roping saddle bucking horse rid ing steer wrestling and prob ably the most exciting of all the Brahma bull riding contest Fri day evening the big bulls gave the cowboys a bad time few being able to stick the required period THE HORSE SHOWS which started Friday and continued through Saturday will be con cluded Sunday with two big shows The official 1958 State of Iowa Palomino Horse Assn Show will be held both morning and after noon The halter classes will be judged in the morning with the performance classes being judged in the afternoon Sunday night a complete horse show is scheduled Some of the states finest three and five gaited walking horses will be present with complete harness and parade classes also being judged v   

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