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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tht North Doily Newspapei for MM newspaper that mokes all North lowons neighbors V V V ftf V f r MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL AuocUtcd and Prcn InterutloMl Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 13 UOc a Paper Consliti ol Two On North Iowa Fair gets under way No 151 By CHARLES W WALK North Director Biggest opening day crowd since weve been on the new grounds Ray D Robbins ad missions superintendent at the North Iowa Fair reported Tuesday Robbins has been a member of the fair board for a quarter century and has seen the crowd year He called attention to the number of people in the midway of the Art B Thomas Shows It is the largest carnival at the North Iowa Fair in many years he said Cooler weather was wel comed for the I03rd opening but fair officials watched the cloudy skies If past performances are any indications the big event will need all the cooperation it can get from Mr Weatherman In Fair schedule TUESDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY S 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 lamb judging 2 grandstand show for the youngsters in front of the grandstand 8 stock car races in front of the grandstand Everything set for opening day in city Tearful kin rgarteners ing to mothers skirts school bells lonesome pets workbooks with no smudges clean writing tablets quiet houses school safety patrols These signs of the times will mean that school is start ing for another year Nearly 10000 students are ex pected to enroll in Mason Citys schools both public and parochial f r o m kindergarten through junior college Newman High School will get under way first with 440 students beginning classes on Aug 26 This is an increase of about 50 over last year All other schools in the city will open the doors on Sept 3 Mason City Junior College ex pects an enrollment of 800 Ma son City High School 1425 junior high schools 1725 elementary schools 4350 St Joseph School 550 and Holy Family School 550 Preparation for the new school year is big business School lunch program personnel are getting ready to serve 3400 meals daily when school starts Much remodeling and redecorat ing has been done in many of the buildings and all of them have been cleaned waxed and polished School supplies too must be checked and distributed by school personnel The bus fleet and drivers are ready io begin their morning and afternoon runs on the first day of classes Detailed information on new teachers registration and other needed data can be found on inside pages of todays Globe Gazette POSE Anna Luisa Rispoli rep resenting Italy in this years Miss International Beauty contest didnt mind this playful pose with a wolf at Disneyland but later she rebelled when a magazine photographer asked the 87 contestants to pose lying on the floor of the Long Beach Calif auditorium in their formal gowns Fifteen other beauties sided with her but the rest dutifully com plied the last five years fair week has been hit with everything from tornado velocity winds to delugesize rainfalls The honor of showing the first champion in the baby beef show at the 1963 North Iowa Fair went to Mike Dougherty 14 of Dougherty son of Mr and Mrs James Dougherty Young Dough erty showed an 890pound steer to the championship of the Here ford show Mike who will be in ninth grade at St Patricks School in Dougherty this fall was se lected for the top spot over 90 other exhibitors in the Hereford show Reserve champion Hereford was shown by Juanita Fett 17 Mason City Juanita daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard Fett will be a senior at Mason City High School this fall Other first place animals in the Hereford show were exhibit ed by Sharon Curran Mason City and Dennis Tolzman Rock ford Although the fair didnt offi cially open until Tuesday morn ing the grounds were a bee hive of activity Monday as last minute details were completed More than 200 baby beeves were weighed and given ear tags for identification by the Cerro Gordo County youth com mittee and extension personnel The only hitch in the plans for the beef show came when Hans Henriksen fair secretary an nounced that Kenneth Fulk the scheduled judge for the event would be unable to appear Fulk secretary of the lowe State Fair said that the press of business at the state fair which opens Friday made i impossible for to attend Don Riner Des Moines ah other veteran Fulks place in the show ring Tuesday Youngsters from 21 North owa counties will invade the North Iowa Fair grounds Wed nesday as judging of district junior activities gets under way Highlight of this years dis trict junior show will be a baby beef show New at the fair this year the show will feature many of the top baby beeves from county fairs throughout the area as well as the top animals from the Cerro Gordo County show held Tuesday Judging of the district baby beeves will get under way at 8 am Carroll Plager wellknown fudge from Hormet Co Aus tin Minn will place the ani mals Other district junior depart ments to be judged Wednesday include market lamb market swine dairy purebred swine and sheep County junior shows to be judged include dairy swine and sheep mar jket lambs and market hogs Highlights of the open class judging will be in the beef and barrow shows The open beef judging will get under way Wed nesday at 8 am The barrow show will be judged in the showring in the swine barn at pm Plager will judge the show Earlier in the day the carcass barrow show will judged Wednesday nights grand stand attraction will be modi fied stock car racing Some of the top drivers from Iowa and Minnesota are expected to com pete on the fairs halfmile track The track has been re built this year and new lights have been added The races will get under way with time trials pm Another feature of the Wed nesday program will be the ap pearance of the 1964 Miss Carolyn Northway of Daven port She will be in the main exhibit hall both afternoon and evening and will make appear ances before the grandstand at both afternoon and evening shows Variety acts will make up the grandstand presentation Wednesday The Wednesday afternoon grandstand show will be free to both youngsters and adults Wednesday will be the first of two Kids Days at the fair Those under 16 will admitted to the grounds free until 6 pm and midway rides will be at re duced prices until then WASHINGTON f Defense Robert S McNamara aid Tuesday the United States ins nuclear warheads in the tens if thousands and the limited test an treaty would help preserve a nuclear lead over Russia In giving his unequivocal sup port to the treaty which would ban all but underground tests he assured the Senate the United Stales is determined to maintain i nuclear force that is mani estly superior to the Soviet Un ons By limiting Soviet testing to he underground environment ic declared we can at least re ard Soviet progress and prolong he duration of our technical su periority Thus in an opening statement or the Senate Foreign Relations BEEF Virgil Dean Fett 3 is a little cowboy whos not afraid of P FTS tei Iowa Fair day Hes helping sis ter Juahita 17 slick up her yearold Black Angus baby beef for snowimr Their parents are the Willard Fetts of Route 4 Mason City Groups vote on tax proposal near FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON A proposal o cut most Americans income taxes an average of 15 per cent approached a crucial vote Tuesday in the House Ways and Means Committee Find train robbers hideout LONDON Yard announced Tuesday that police iave found the hideout used by the gang which carried out the worlds greatest mail train rob bery The hideout is Leatherslade Farm at Oakley 53 miles north west of London A truck and two army type vehicles were found there The police announcement said an intensive search vas going on in the area but it appeared the robbers had left three days ago Some mail bags were found but there was no trace of the 2 million pound million loot taken from the Glasgow to Lon don mail train robbery The brick farm house is in an aolated area Its windows were backed out A large supply of food was found there Fingerprint experts and other solice scientists were rushed to he area The district was sealed off There were indications the ban dil gang believed to number 20 or 30 men had been in the Buck inghamshire house several days and were trying to burn or bury something when they lea in hurry Earlier police officials hinted that a woman may have helped mastermind the robbery Thurs day in which the loot was paper money The plan was worked out by the Treasury to complete a tax bill the committee has been putting together for most of the year The House is expected to take up the legislation early next month Action may take longer in the Senate despite President Kennedys pleas that a tax cut be enacted this year One key member of the com mittee said a vote by the tax writing group would come soon perhaps Tuesday Several said they expected agreement on rates approximating those pro posed by the Treasury which revised its own eailier sugges tions to conform with changes the committee has nade in oth er parts of the tax program As unveiled Mo iday before Inside The Globe IOWA HAWKEYES will change offense Page 17 HIGHLAND PARK loses golf pro Page 20 SCHOOL BOARD adopts 4574390 budget Page 21 Editorials Page 5 Comics Society news 1012 Clear Lake news 13 Sports news 1711 Latest markets 20 Mason City news 2021 Farm news 29 North Iowa news 32 Evcnsdaie man killed by gun WATERLOO wfLloyd Kra mer 46 of suburban Evans dale was killed by a blast from a shotgun early Tuesday A woman in whose home Kramer and his wife were visiting was charged with murder She is Lillian Weigel 46 of Evansdale the committee by Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon the revised proposals would re sult in a net reduction of 645000000 in individual and corporate lax rates by 1965 Kennedys proposals in Jan uary were estimated to net a reduction For both single persons and married couples with taxable incomes of up to the following tables compare the amount of US income taxes paid now with the amount that would be paid under the re vised plan in when it would be fully effective The mount listed as lax able income is the amount that is left after a taxpayer has subtracted from his adjusted gross income or net income his personal exemptions and his standard or itemized tax deductions SINGLE PERSON TAXABLE PRESENT PROPOSFn Says outgun Russi we ans Goldwater has doubts on treaty Says he fears defense gap WASHINGTON UPI Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz sai Tuesday the limited nuclear tes lan treaty may well be opening a possible fatal gap in US iofenscs against enemy missile attack In a speech the GOP presi lential frontrunncr said that if his treaty really means that we must abandon efforts to defend Mirselves against attack by CBM then I would say that we iave a clear challenge to the ecurity of this nation Such a challenge he added flatly refutes the Presidents laim that no segment of our national security will be sacri we approve this IVCOMK 500 1000 1500 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 RATKS 100 200 300 400 840 1360 1960 2640 3400 RATES S 70 145 225 310 690 1130 1630 2190 2830 iced should rcaty Goldwater took specific note f President Kennedys Aug 1 lews conference in which he aid that the problem of de reloping a defense against a missile may be beyond the tech nital feasibility of both the United States and the Soviet Un on Goldwater said this news con erence statement in effect seemingly sentenced to death he US program to build an defense He added hat there should be iron clad issurance that antimissile do elopment will not be inhibited 5y the treaty or by the Prcsi lents personal pessimism His speech came as Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara old the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committees lest ban hearings that the treaty will not hurt US efforts to develop an antimissile missile Consider where ommittee and members of other nterested committees McNanv a gave military backing to the much as Secretary of State ean Rusk supported it Monday n diplomatic grounds Some 12 hours before McNama a to Capitol Hill the Atom Energy Commission announced he underground detonation at its Nevada test site of a nuclear de ice of low yield This was the first nuclear ex losion since the United States Britain and Russia signed ceaty a week ago in Moscow defense of the unprecedented public iscussion of US nuclear capa in effect a reply to hose who fear the ban would vork to the military disadvantage f the United States He gave detailed figures on nu lear weapons which until now ad been carefully censored out of I published testimony Among the points McNamara made The United Slates has nuclear uperiority is determined to maintain it and to achieve that we maintain a total number of nuclear warheads tactical as well as strategic in the tens of thou sands In very Urge the So viets appear now to have some advantage in technology but not in delivery ability The Soviets probably have no missile at this time which will deliver a 100megatdn warhead to ICBM ranges although even uo der a test ban the Soviets could elect to develop such a missile The United States prefers to on smaller megatonnage bombs used in multiple numbers rather than build giantsize weap ons However the United States without any further testing can develop a warhead with a yield of 50 to 60 megatons for delivery by its B52 bombers It is clear that the do not have anything like the1 number of missiles necessary to knock out our Minuteman force nor do they appear to have any present plans to acquire such capability McNamara said the net of the relevant factors is that the US nuclear force is manifestly perior to the Soviet Unions The US force now contains more than 500 Titan Minuleman is planned to increase to over 1700 by 1966 In addition the US MARRIED COUPLES TAXABLE INCOME 1000 2000 3000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 FKESENT RATES S 200 400 600 800 1240 1680 2200 2720 boy will serve life sentence DES MOINES de cision will probably be made late this week whether a has Strategic Air Command and over on quickre bombers on airalert 500 SAC bombers FKOPGSKD R A TICS 140 290 450 B20 1000 1S80 1820 2260 North Weather outlook Fair and cool Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tuesday jniaht in mid Wed nesday in upper yearold boy sentenced to life prison will remain at the Iowa Penitentiary or be trans ferred to another penal institu tion Ben Baer state director of correctional institutions said Tuesday Michael Tim Rinehart Man son was taken to the peniten tiary at Fort Madison Monday after receiving the life sentence in Calhoun County District Court at Rockwell City The youth pleaded guilty to an open charge of murder in the April 9 stabbing of Maxine Hcnningsen 19 Manson beauty operator Judge R K Brannon ruled that the offense was sec ond degree murder and imposed the life sentence action alert By comparison the consensus is that today the Soviets could place less than half as many bombers over North America on a first strike the Soviets are esti mated to have today only a frac tion as many ICBM missiles and their submarine launched ballis tic missiles are shortranged re quire surface launch and general ly are not comparable to our Po laris force Between now and 1966 it is estimated that our ballistic missile numerical superiority will increase both absolutely and rela tively Think 200 killed in Nepal landslide KATMANDU Nepal W Aa 00 Nepalese were landslide 60 miles killed by a west of Katmandu according to unconfirmed reports reaching here Tuesday The reports said troops and police are engaged m rescue work in four villages hit by the slide from a Hima layan mountainside SAME   

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