Mason City Globe Gazette, August 9, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 09, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for MM The newspaper that mokes ell North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Presi ami United Prtu International Full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST IMS UOc a Consists of Two SectionsSection No tsf yeyyrtf v tim 9 North f JJL e o V IKV i A s x of the new features of the chuck wagon races in front of the grandstand The urdav merit and Sunrliv af 1963 North Iowa Fair which opens Tuesday will be races at least three each program will be held Sat on Sram till President us 7 AI ifant son d BOSTON Cfl The new son of President and Mrs Kennedy died early Friday while top med ical men battled the lung dis ease that stifled his heart The President stood only a few feet away when his sons 39hour battle for life ended Patrick Bouvier Kennedy died at aih Secretary Pierre Salinger told newsmen of the death in a hastilycalled news conference at the Boston Childrens Hos pital Medical Center at am The President flew out ofiBps ton a few hours later to carry the tragic news iohis wife re cuperating from the Caesarean delivery Wednesday at Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod At Otis Salinger told newsmen the death was attributed to hya line membrane disease a mem brane formation in the lungs and an ailment dreaded in premature babies The President arrived at the big air base 65 miles south of Boston at am and spent more than two hours with his wife Then he departed with his two Atty Gen Robert and Sen Ed ward presumably for the sum mer White House on Squaw Is land off Cape Cod A Mass of the Angels will be held Saturday in Richard Cardi nal Cushings private chapel at his residence The cardinal will officiate at the service which will be a private one presumably only for mem bers of the immediate family The President spent the night House group approves revision of gains tax in special quarters of the medi cal center OnlyThursdayafternoon doc tors placed the child in the Hy perbaric chamber a subma rinelike device 31 feet long and 8 feet in diameter to aid his lungs to breathe The apparatus is the only one of its kind in rcr The struggle of the baby boy to was too for his heart Salinger told news menin a packed room at the famed childrens hospital The Presidents brother Atty Gen Robert Kennedy who hiniv self became a father for the eighth time a few weeks ago and presidential adviser Davis Powers were with dent when doctors told him the boy was dead Doctors awakened the Presi dent at am when the childs condition worsened The Presidents brother received an urgent call two minutes later at his hotel and rushed to the hospital Almost immediately after his birth on Wednesday afternoon five and onehalf weeks ahead of schedule doctors determined the child suffered from a res piratory affl i c t i on Doctors termed the ailment idiopathic respiratory syndrome a prob lein that causesdifficulty in breathing particularly in pre mature children A policeescorted ambulance sped the child from the hospital at Otis Air Force Base to the Boston hospital less than five hours after his birth Teams of specialists gathered quickly to aid the child WASHINGTON sweep ing revision of the capital gains tax was agreed on Friday by the House Ways and Means Commit tee This cleared the way for the tax writers to complete next week their version of a proposed billion overall tax cut bill About was believed miss ing from cash drawers hat had been pried open A cash box containing also was tak en With most of the details settled the committee expects to come to grips next week with the question that interests most individual tax The House is expected to vote new rates will be i i n f A on the bill in September stolen at trading stamp store About was stolen Thurs day night in a breakin at the Big Dollar Stamp Redemption Store 1915 4th SW Also miss ing is a movie camera and pos sibly other merchandise Police were called just after midnight by a person who re ported seeing someone run from inside the store Officers found the store had been entered by breaking glass from a door One of the persons involved was cut on the broken glass and left blood at the scene RED FACED NEW ORLEANS faced New Orleans city officials and employes will present a brown pelican the state bird of CIiU a Louisiana to the government of er may include 50 per cent of his Mexico this month They had tojcapjtai gains aiong with his in get the bird from Texas recommended apparently cannot be as low as President Kennedy pro posed since the committee has not provided as much counterbal ancing revenue gain as the Presi dent suggested A rough estimate by a com mittee spokesman Friday was that the revisionsso far agreed on would increase revenues directly and indirectly byabout billion during the first year The committee still has under consideration some further chang es that could raise theestimate Kennedys proposed revenue code revisions would have raised an estimated billion to offset against the losses from rate slash es In its action on taxation of cap ital profit on invest ments and other assets sold after a specific holding period the committee recommended setting up a new category that would benefit owners who held the as sets as long as two years At present capital gains on as sets held as long as six months carry a maximum tax rate of 25 per cent Alternatively a taxpay Doctors put the special breathing unit a threecom partment submarinelike device use Thursday afternoon The device hopefully would have forced oxygen into the babys lungs Almost immediately the baby showed improvements and opti mistic reports continued as late as pm After Salingermade the an nouncement of the babys death to newsmen jammed into a room at the famed Childrens Hospi tal the President returned to his quarters to spend the rest of the The President faced ahead of him the meeting with his two other children Caroline 5 and John Jr who had ex pected and hoped for a new baby brother A SAD down President Kennedy mounts steps of Otis Air Force Base Hospital to tell his wife Jacqueline of the death of their baby son born Wednesday North Iowa Weather outlook Mmtiyfair hVovfh Satur day Coofer Friday niflht tows in Sto Saturday in Wwrttwr 2 income for tax purposes The committee proposed that gains on assetfc held as long as two years be taxed at a maxi mum rate of 21 per cent instead of 35 Or if it was to the taxpay ers advantage he might include 40 per cent instead of 50 per cent in his income Gains on assets held from six months to two years would be taxed as at present The Globe RUSK MKITA confer on further peace steps Page 2 ATERLOO TOLD to vvo pollution of Cedar Riverjway leading to the U S Air A I 1 J Decker and union disagree on hiring of Sioux City men Charges that the management of Jacob E Decker and Sons in Mason City refuses to hire work ers according to the contract with the United Packinghouse Workers Union were made Thursday by Peter Lichman of Local Union 38 in Mason City Lichman reported that 33 workers from the closed Sioux City plant of Armour Co reported at the Mason City plant Thursday to be inter viewed for jobs They were told that only 20 jobs were available and of these about half were on a parttime basis An official of Armour Co from Chicago told the Sioux City workers there were 70 jobs available in Mason City Lich man said Even though the master agree m e n t contract states that these 70 jobs should be available the management states they wiil not live up to available was made when th isioux City plant closed Thcr of the fair youngsters through has been a reduction in employ ment at the Mason City plant ns Gala festival has 103rd anniversary By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Cries of Cotton candy and Guess your weight acly The tantalizing aroma of rousted peanutsand but ered popcorn Shrieks of horrified pleasure from girls riding jOoptheLoop Dusty parents with dustier kids All are signs of fair time All will be at the North Iowa Fair grounds west if Mason City vhen that spectacle opens ts gates for the 103rd ijme The addition of some out standing new activities and the retention of the old fa vorites should make this a fair to remember Back to a sixday run this year after trying a fiveday run n 1962 the fair aims at offcr ng something for every mem ber of the family according to Al Heinz president of the fair associations board of directors Among the features are Three free afternoon grand stand shows Tailored to Center tain both adults and children the free shows will be presentee in front of the grandstand Wed nesday Thursday and Friday afternoons The shows will head line some of the top variety acts available A new 4H Club Building Built with funds providedbj the KinneyLindstrom Fotinda lion the 80 by 100foot stec building will house hundreds o displays and projects of the 41 girls of Cerro Gordo and sur rounding counties Chuck wagon races All th thrill and spectacle of the Oli West will be brought back ai teams of fourhorses strain to pull Iheir loaded chuck wagon around the halfmile track in front of the grandstand The appearance of Mis Iowa for 1964 Carolyn North way selected as the new Mis Iowa at the recent pageant a Clear Lake will be on the grounds Wednesday BuckACar Day On Thurs day no more than a dollar will be charged for admission for each car and occupants going through the gates A 4H Club program in front of the grandstand Twelve acts of singing dancing and in strumental music will be pre sented by the 4H Club members Thursday at 8 pm A district baby beef show For the first time in the history ut North Iowa have been in ilcd to bring their outstanding iaby beeves to the North Iowa air for a district show The how will be held Wednesday tarting at 8 am Old favorites of the fair have not been forgotten Among these ire Auto racing Two big cards if auto racing have been sched uled One will feature modified tock cars and the otherwill lighlight the big cars used on ipcedways The stock car pro gram will be presented Wednes day night and the speedway ivent will be seen Sunday night Tractor pulling contest A cature attraction at the fair for the last four years the tractor pulling contest and junior trac tor rodeo will be held Friday afternoon More than 20 tractors in three weight divisions are ex pected to participate Outstanding livestock ex hibits Top livestock show of the fair again will be the open sheep show More than 100 pens of sheep have been entered This makes the show the second largest of Us kind in the state surpassed only by the Iowa State Fair Kids Days Wednesday and Saturday have been set aside as days when youngsters under 16 will be allowed in the gates free and midway rides will at reduced rates until 6 pm Junior rodeo One of the lop drawing attractions of the fair the Trail Riders Jun ior Rodeo will be presented be fore the grandstand Tuesday night Youngsters between the ages of 14 and 18 will in five contest events Outstanding commercial exhibits Businesses and indus tries from Mason City and the surrounding area will have their products on display throughout the grounds Foremost among these commercial exhibits is the machinery exhibit on dis play just south of the main ex hibit hall Little damage in Bermuda hurricane HAMILTON Bermuda Hurricane Arlene whirled over Bermuda at 92 miles an hour Friday but no one was injured and damage was negligible Some banana and pine trees were blown down and the the agreement slated L i c h m a n A representative of Armour of which the Decker plant is a division explained that the rc to the union of 70 Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics4 Clear Lake rwws 7 Force base at was blocked Kindley Field AT HALF STAFF DES MOINES UPI The Society news M Hag atop the Iowa Stalehouse Sports was lowered to half staff North lewa news UjFriday as Iowa joined the na Mason City 24JStion in mourning the death of Latest markets 25 President and Mrs Kennedys Transport twodayold son SAW6 Surely Ftcurti 4WMle Flit No to Jt Fair schedule TUESDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY baby beef judging 8 am 9 class textile judging pantry stores followed by open clasi since then The union contract provides that anyone employed since Aug 7 1961 has no seniority rights and can be replaced by those losing employment be cause of plant closings in other locations The Sioux City employes were told an Armour official slated that they could replace only those men actually employed transferring but who would be temporarily in a aidoff status are eligible for benefit payments of a week under the Technological Adjust ment Plan If otherwise eligible such employes would also re ceive unemployment compensa tion and will perform temporary work which may be available at the Decker plant the state ment continued v Only six of the 33 from Sioux City remained in Mason City Friday according to Karl Johannsen assis I a n t general manager here None of the 33 las yet signed for employment ie added Men seeking TAP benefits md also unemployment benefits must be actively seeking em ployment Johannsen pointed 1 PmTractor pulling contest 1 2 variety show in front of the grandstand 8 Swensons Auto Thrillcade in front of grandstand SATURDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY Kids Day Free admission to grounds for all youngsten under 16 Rides at special rates until 6 pm 2 Swensons Auto Thrillcade in front of grandstand 8 Wagon races in front of grandstand SUNDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY 2 Wagon racesin front of grandstand 8 car races in front of grandstand class horticulture judging 8 Riders Junior Rodeo in front of grandstand WEDNESDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY Kids Day Free admission to the grounds for all youngsters under 16 Rides at special rates until 6 pm 8 baby beef judging Also open beef 9 market Jamb judging 2 grandstand show for the youngsters in front the grandstand 8 slock car races in front of the grandstand THURSDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 class dairy judging Also open class swine judging 9 junior agricultural demonstrations 2 variety show in front of grandstand 8 show presented by Cerro Gordo County 4H Club members FRIDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY All persons having celebrated their golden wedding anniversary will be the guests of the fair management 10 class fat steer show class floriculture arrangement judging out The former Sioux City em ployes transferring to Mason City have up to 180 daysin which to change their minds concerning the transfer the company statement concluded In the event they do change their minds they are still eligi ble for separation pay pursu ant to the agreement between the company and union ;

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