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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lo wans neighbors Assoclited Prest tod United Press tnternatona3 Full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 11 196T 7c a Paper Consists of Two No 101st N Iowa Fair opens Tuesday Start work on peace treaty Red bosses confer on Germany Aim to halt refugee tide BERLIN UP East Ger many announced Friday that negotiations already are under way in Communist capitals for the German peace treaty de manded by Soviet Premier Khrushchev Sterner measures were alsoj promised to halt the tide of refugees through West Berlin The announcements were made to a special session of East Germanys Parliament in East Berlin by Foreign Minj ister Lothar Bolz and Deputy Premier Willy Stoph PARLIAMENT approved a resolution endorsing all meas ures already taken to stop the flight of refugees The vote was unanimous as always The resolution also welcomed the recent statement of thej Communist Warsaw Pact tries calling for a peace treaty without delay But it added nothing about negotiating it Bolz said the foreign minj isters of the Soviet bloc will meet late in the fall ex actly when or where he did notj say Khrushchev has demanded that peace treaties be signed with East and West Germany Since the West is firmly against signing a treaty with anything but a reunited Ger many it appeared the pro jected conference would draw up a treaty the West would reject it and then Khrushchev would go ahead and sign it be fore the end of the year as promised j AS PART of the campaign against the West on Berlin Khrushchev named Marshal Ivan S Konev former military commander of the Warsaw Pact to command Soviet forces drawn up against the West in Germany Bolz told Parliament Berlin would remain a free under Communist definition this would mean withdrawal of West ern garrisons posted against such Communist d e vi c e s as spontaneous demonstrations With Berlin in Communist hands East Germany would be virtually sealed off from thej West and its people would be un able to flee Stoph warned that new meas ures might be taken to stop the refugee flow now approaching 150000 for this year and he hinted they might be taken even before a peace treaty is signed The generosity of the state organs of the German Demo cratic Republic over travel has been shamelessly misused by the traders in humans for theirj dirty aims Stoph said Red police were reported busy fuming people off trains headed for West Berlin AP Photofax COFFIN FOR light auto van with a box top described as a coffin for Mikoyan is shown during the rightwing demonstration in Tokyo Japan An estimated 1000 demonstrators massed in a pro test march against next weeks scheduled visit of Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan the first top USSR leader ever to come to Japan Signs on side of van reads Never Let Mikoyan In Japan N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES U S would leave Laos GENEVA The United States formerly to withdraw all its military personnel from Laos providing other foreign troops including the Com munist Vietminh forces pull out at the same time US roving ambassador W Averell Harriman offered to write such a promise into the final agreement on Laos as the 14nation peace conference began debate on the protocol section for international controls over the wartorn Southeast Asian kingdom Ceasefare is broken VIENTIANE LAOS Reliable sources said government and Laotian rebel forces engaged in an artillery duel near the rebel capital at Xieng Khou ang Customs law signed WASHINGTON President Kennedy signed a law that cuts from to the value of foreign goods which each American tourist can bring back dutyfree to this country Little nations want share PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay Latin Ameri cas smaller nations were challenging their bigger neighbors to make sure they get their share of Pres ident Kennedys Alliance for Progress aid program In the maneuvering at the InterAmerican Economic Conference here the United States is stand ing on the Sidelines as a benevolent neutral Fair schedule The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler with chance of thunder showers southeast part Fri day night lows in upper 50s to lower 60s Mostly fair lo cally cooler Saturday high in upper 70s Iowa Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Cooler Friday night lows 50s north lo 60s south Highs Saturday in the 80s Further Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday Minnesota Variable cloudiness continued warm High Satur day in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 85 Minimum 59 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 50 TUESDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 beef show of Conservation Contest 2 Pulling Contest and Husband and Hbg Calling Contest 8 Championship Rodeo 9 Day Free admission into grounds for youngsters under 16 Rides at special reduced rates until 6 pm Afternoon grandstand free for everyone WEDNESDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY g class beef show 2 Championship Rodeo 8 Championship Rodeo THURSDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY 9 class carcass barrow show and sale of baby beef 2 Championship Rodeo 8 Championship Rodeo FRIDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY swine show 2 Derby and Thrill Circus 8 Derby and Thrill Show 9 am 9 Day Free admission into grounds for youngsters under 16 Rides at special rates until 6 pm Free grandstand section for youngsters under 16 at the afternoon show SATURDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 class swine show 9 class dairy show 2 car races 8 car races SUNDAY IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY 2 car races K hurls more abuse at West JFK S views welcomed MOSCOW tfi Premier Khrushchev reiterating he is ready to negotiate Friday wel comed President Kenendys ex pression of hope for a peaceful solution in Germany We be lieve common sense will win he said But in almost the same breath he insisted that the United States respect the Soviet Union as a great power not afraid of any threats And in a speech marked by shouting and arm waving he declared hundreds of millions will die if a new war is set off HE MADE THE declaration at a friendly rally in thei Kremlin for Romanian Com munist party boss Gheorghe GheorghiuDej who has been vis iting the Soviet Union since July 31 He shouted that lies andi shouts on the part of the Westj will not stop the Soviet Union For example he said the roars of the British lion no longer frighten anyone The imperialists he said have short Russian expression for somebody who has very little power KHRUSHCHEV said the law of war are terribly cruel an then mentioned the recent vis to the Soviet Union by Premie Amintore Fanfani of Italy H said he asked Fanfani where th Atlantic Treaty Organiza ion rocket bases were locate n Italy and according vhrushchev got the reply th they were located in orange 01 chards Khrushchev said the Sovie people like Italian oranges bu hat if war came and Italy i pushed against the Soviet Un on he would not hesitate t end rockets raining on the or tnge orchards of Italy He said the same thing woul appen to other small countries hat harbor NATO bases such s Greece and Norway THE SOVIET premier depart cl from his notes and laiuichec ilo a lablethumping display GJ isdain and ridicule directed at he United States President Kennedy he said s having a difficult time re ssessing his nations values There a person may be i eggar Or king as he chooses e said Khrushchev said the United tates is accustomed to have eople speak to them with down asl eyes fastened on their hoes or trousers He said this as because the Americans had otlen used lo Ihinking of them elves as the most powerful na on on earth LEATHER Quick Draw Fowler who became one of Mason Citys best known cowpokes after his performance in a local variety show last winter apparently is all set for a showdown at next weeks North Iowa Fair Here he slaps a little practice leather in front of a mirror below in answer to a challenge hurled by Dee Woolem re puted to be the fastest gun alive Woolem who has given gunslinging lessons to the top film and TV Western stars will take on all comers in the fast draw art during the per formances of the of the fairs high lights Horses to play big role Races rodeo are featured By CHARLES WALK GlobeGaiette Farm Editor Any way you look at it horses are goingto play important roles in the 101st North Iowa Fair which opens a sixday run Tuesday at the fairgrounds west of Mason City There will be horses and perhaps sometimes the star cowboys who will be performing with the World Championship Rodeo the first three days of the big event There will be horse power under the hoods of the stunt cars of Austyns Motor Derby and Thrill Circus which will take over in front of the grand stand the fourth day of the fair THIS IDEA of horse power will be carried even further the I final two days of the fair when the late model stock cars and SAME On the inside 2Minute Mystery Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News 89 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Band Features 20 Comics 22 Clear Lake News 23 Transit Schedule 24 Adelaide of the curved eggs dies POOLE England the hen that laid curved eggs dead Between 1957and her deal Thursday Adelaide laid hundred of eggs every one of them curved as a banana Her product amazed naturalist and won her fan mail from al Britain and the Unitec She made television ap over States jearances and collected more han 82800 for charity Adelaide died quietly on the jest in this Dorset town after laying an as always GENERAL DIES PER PIGNAN France Jean Gilles 57 commander oJ French airborne troops at Suez in 1956 died Thursday An editorial Remember Its OUR North Iowa Fair Not yours not theirsOURS BROTHER DID IT Unbc knowst to him Roy Jones is sues a kind of SOS as he kneels at his wedding to the former Faith Bryant in the First Melhodisl Church Cairo Ga Mis brolher did the dirty work on Ihe QT The 101st North Iowa Fair opens Tuesday in Mason City needing just one thing to make it a munity support Mere lip service support will not be enough What the fair needs is the kind of support that will get the families of Mason City and surrounding areas away from their newspaper or televi sion set and into the grandstand The reason for such support should be evident to all Foremost is the simple fact that the affair is as it has al ways been a community affair Outsiders play very minor roles in the development and planning of the fair It is your friends and neighbors who spend the long hours putting to gether this impressive event Those persons who are the quickest to criti ize are usually the same people who have maintained the Let George Do t attitude toward the event If however the long hours spent by the working fair supporters are not enough to warrant your attendance there are a number of other reasons Among these are the entertainment values available for everyone at the fair Forgetting the glitter of the mid dent Leigh Curran and his executive committee have put together a series of grandstand programs which would do any fair proud This years rodeo ranks high nation ally in the quality of cowboys and stock present Harry B Nelson producer of the rodeo is among the most highly land Gillis in Mason City The fastest youngsters will appear with Woolem in his act in front of the grandstand Another feature of the rodeo this year will be the appear ance of JoAnn and Bill McEn aney one of the top trick roping speedway racers take over for three grandstand programs From its opening early Tues day morning until its closing Sunday evening this years North Iowa Fair could best be described as busy Fair association pres i d e n t Leigh Curran and his associates have attempted to bring to the people of North Iowa a fair that has something for every mem ber of the family A number of firsts are going to be established for the fair this year FIRST THERE will be th first free grandstand show at the fair since moving to the new grounds This free show will be eld Tuesday afternoon and will nclude North Iowas larges ractor pulling contest and thj Queen of Conserva ion contest The queen cont I vill bring together farm ies from 11 North Iowa counJ ies to compete for the right to nove to the state contest Another first at this air will be night auto racing air officials in cooperation vith race promoter Frank Wink ey will install special lights for he Saturday night program of atemodel stock car races A third first will be the ap earance of Dee Woolem The astest Gun Alive with the Vorld Championship Rodeo for ve performances Woolem ho has taught many of the TV and movie Western stars the uick draw can draw fire and it a target in 12 of a second t takes 16 of a second to blink our eyes NORTH IOWA youngsters will et a chance to match draws ith this star in a special con est being sponsored by the fair ntries for the fast draw con st can be picked up at Carter respected men in the rodeo business The Roberts Stock Co which furnishes the stock for the event is held in similar esteem North lowans who have seen other auto racing programs presented by Frank Winkley know of the high quality of these events Winkley al ways brings the ablest drivers with the finest cars to his programs Sanc tion by the International Motor Con test Assn A full guarantee of integrity If however these grandstand pro grams do not appeal to you there are other things which should be of inter est on the fair grounds The livestock exhibits will once again be among the best in Iowa The commercial exhibits through out the grounds give everyone a chance to see the latest products in business and industry The important thing to remember however is that the fair is a community way take a look at the other attrac project Its OUR yours riot tions Once again fair association prcsi theirs but OURS Lets make it a family affair t and riding teams in the coun try This brothersister act also will present an Indian spectacle in native dress The rodeo will open Tuesday night with two more perform ances scheduled for Wednesday and another two for Thursday AUSTYNS MOTOR Derby and Thrill Circus also will of fer an unusual act in its two Friday performances Ann Mars ton holder of 11 national arch ery titles will appear at both performances Another feature of that program will be the ap pearance of Emmet Kelly Jr son of the famous clown Saturdays racing card will nclude seven sprint races on the afternoon program and a 100lap feature at night Many of the lop drivers including tional champion Ernie Derr wili be present for these latemodel stock races Judging in the livestock and home economics deparlmenls at he fair will continue through V
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