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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             f I North Iowas Daily Newspopei for Horn The newspaper that mak e s all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL Associated and Untied Press Internationa Full Lease Wirej MASON CITY iOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14 1M3 a cpoylThU Paper ConslU of Four SectloniSectlon Ons First OK No 1M Seaborg treaty Wont stop arms making WASHINGTON Glenn T Seaborg chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission testi fied Wednesday that underground testing will permit a wide range of nuclear weapons development in cluding warheads for antimissile defense As the third witness at Senate hearings Seaborg strongly backed earlier testimony from Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara that ratification of the limited test ban treaty would be in the best interests of the United States The treaty would prohibit rtu clear testing in the atmosphere in outer space and under water but it would not bar continued testing underground One of the questions some sena tors have raised is whether the treaty would seriously handicap US development of missile de fenses Seaborg said it appears tech nically feasible to test under ground up to several hundred kilo tons and perhaps with more ex perience and greater ingenuity to even higher levels This would permit a wide range of development including complete development and proof test of warheads for battlefield air defense antimissile and anti submarine use He also said that promising applications of nuclear explosives for peaceful purposes will be de veloped and demonstrated under the treaty Quiz woman in shooting MINNEAPOLIS 26year old woman surrendered to Min neapolis police Wednesday for questioning in the shooting of an Iowa man in suburban Brooklyn Center Police said the woman denied shooting Lloyd Hagerud 47 of Carpenter who remains in poor condition in a hospital Hagerud said he would not pre fer charges against the woman who surrendered North Iowa Weather outlook Fair through Thursday Not so cool Wednesday night lows in low 50s Warmer Thursday highs in upper 70s details on Page 2 WASHINGTON AP The The Treasurys latest proposal House Ways and Means Commiton individual tax rales ranging ee voted Wednesday for an in1 from 14 to 70 per cent was ac ome tax rate slash estimated byiccpted for inclusion in a bill the he Treasury to average 15M per House is expected to act on by cent for most taxpayers early September The present range of rates is 20 to 91 per cent The committee recessed before taking up the corporate rate ques tion The Treasury has recom mended a reduction from 52 to 48 per cent in this field Also approved Wednesday was he liming suggested by the ad of the in dividual rate reduction to go into iffect Jan l 1964 and the re mainder a year later The committee defeated by one States Wednesday proposed Republican motion mediate agreement with Russia that would have made the second to stop making fissionable mapart of the cut depend on holding of stockpiled uranium for peacelimit SHINER FIRST CLASSAs Carolyn points to her black eye her brother Keith 5 having a look at it says I didnt mean to do it It seems that Carolyn was leaning over her brother who was sitting on the floor He raised up striking his sister in the eye with the back of his head Parents of the children are Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson of near Armstrong Keeps tooth Boy outruns dentist GASTONIA NC UPI Danny Brooks 10 won a re prieve from t h e dentists chair with a flashy bit of footwork Inside The Globe BUILD IT YOURSELF boat floats Page 6 BRIGHT FUTURE ahead for Denis Menke Page 19 Editorials Page 4 Society news 57J North Iowa news 13 Clear Lake news U17 Sports 19 Latest markets 28 Mason City news 282 Danny son of Kenneth Brooks bolted from a dentists chair after a bib was fastened around his neck Tuesday after noon to prepare him for a tooth extraction The boy bolted across Inter state 85 and US 2974 into a woods and disappeared A fam ily living in the woods said the boy passed their house fairly flying After a 2Mhour search Dan ny was found crouched in the grass of the median strip be tween two highways When he spotted his wouldbe rescuers he bolted for the woods again but the rescue squad members proved faster on their feet When last seen Dannys father was taking him home the dentists bib still around the boys neck tax cut Part of proposal clears committee Propose followup to treaty GENEVA United tcrial and to use large amounts ful purposes instead o nuclear bombs U S negotiator Charles C Stelle told the 17nation disarma ment conference that agreement on the proposed measure would be a logical followup to last weeks Moscow treaty banning nuclear testing in the atmos phere in outer space and under water Western negotiators are hop ing to achieve more agreements on side issues to create a fur ther easing of eastwest tension It is expected the next major Before Wednesdays committee action Rep John W Byrnes R Wis senior Republican member on the committee was openly skeptical about President Ken nedys plans to balance the budg et effort await a on disarmament wil I meeting of the US British and Soviet foreign min isters at the United Nations Gen eral Assembly session opening in New York Sept 17 store burns down fire of undeter mined origin destroyed Olsons Grocery here early Wednesday morning The building and its contents are a complete loss firemen said The blaze was reported at am and was beyond con trol when firemen arrived Fire Ihief John Schwab said the fire may have started from de fective wiring behind a large cooler His department will continue the investigation he added The loss which was set at about was partially cov ered by insurance but a more exact figure could not be deter mined immediately The building is owned by Harry Horn Garner but has seen leased to Robert 0 Olson for nearly four years NEGRO STUDENT COLUMBIA SC Wi Henri Monlieth 17 lias been ac cepted as the second Negro student at the University of South Carolina he public debt to a specified Iowa killer is sought COUNCIL BLUFFS for mer mental patient with a crimi nal record was the object of a manhunt Wednesday after a slay ing in a Council Bluffs aparlmeni house Officers searched for the 26year old Ronald Wayne Brewer of Council Bluffs in the fatal shoot ing of Larry Ray22 at an apart ment house Ray managed Police said Brewer armed with rifle appeared Tuesday night and demanded admittance to an apartment where a girl acquaint ance lives with her parents and hat Ray was shot after he said he was unable to open the door Mrs Kennedy home to rest HYANNIS PORT Mass Mrs John F Kennedy holding the Presidents hand and man aging a smile went home from he hospital Thursday and her doctor promptly suggested that she curtail all of her official activities until after the first of the year SAME grand championship of th rro Franklin County youth take honors in a iy Elwin Musser SHORT Alitz gets off to a good start left m a riding event at the Trail Riders Junior Rodeo at the North Iowa jrround The rodeo was tViP u Fair but the horse triumphs leaving the rider on the fng day g attraction on the fairs open By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Franklin County youths walked off with the top honors n the first annual district baby eef show at the North Iowa Fair Wednesday Mark Halfwassbn 16 Shef ield showed the grand cham pion of the show an 824pound Angus Steve Showalter 13 Sheffield showed the reserve rand champion a 930pound Angus The two Franklin County calves were selected from more ban 70 entries by Carroll Plag r a veteran shosv judge from Austin Minn An interesting note in the se ection of the two champions vas that they had been placed ust the opposite at the Frank in County Fair at Hampton last veek At that show the Show alter calf was grand champion and the Haifwasson calf was champion Both calves come from the Showalter pure bred Angus herd Mark is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Halfwasson and Ilevc is the son of Mr and Mrs Jharles Showalter Other class toppers in this irst district baby beef show vere Mike Dolan Dougherty vho showed a Shorthorn to first ilace in the welterweight class and Fred Grciman Garner who howed an Angus to first place n the heavyweight class Dolan s the son of Mr and Mrs Rob ert Dolan and Greiman is the son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Greiman Other youths showing animals which ranked high in their class were Marian Elling Latimer Mike Dougherty Dougherty Cherry and Chris Grciman both of Garner Duanc Bafkema Alexander Dick Larson Dougherty S h a ron Janscn Thornton Gary Guth Meser vey Larry Hopke Alexander Jay Janssen Rockwell and Den nis Baker Clear Lake For the fourth time in the last six years the grand champion of the Ccrro Gordo County baby beef show at the North Iowa Fair has been shown by a mem ber of the Joe Duea family of Ventura Steve Duea 15 turned the trick Tuesday when his 720 pound Shorthorn steer was named the hnst of the more than 200 entries by Judge Don Rinncr Washington Steve who will be a sopho more at Ventura High School this fall also showed the grand champion another Shorthorn at the 1959 fair His sister Caro lyn showed the grand cham pion s a I the J958 and I960 events This years grand champion was the lightest remembered by veteran fair showmen It also marked the third straight yeai Uial a Shorthorn has been named grand champion Ken neth Merriss Mason City showed a Shorthorn to the grand championship two years ago and Sandra Christenscn Clear Lake showed a Short horn to top honors last year It was quite a day for Short horns Tuesday as the reserve grand champion of t h e show aiso w a s of that breed That honor went to a 910pourd steer exhibited by Sharon Janson 15 daughter of Dr and Mrs Har ley Janson Thornton Although this was the highest Miss Janson has placed a steer in four years of exhibiting at the fair she has had animals near the top of their classes in the past Miss Janson whose father is a veterinarian will be a junior at MeservcyThornton High School this fall Young Duea was actually showing against one of his own steers drive Ccrro Gordo County 4H Club tlic Dougherty Fighting Irish had four animals in the cham pionship drive Dougherty Lar son and t h c Dolans who art brother artd sister all belong to that club The club also had two other steers which placed ccond in their classes Other youngsters who showed calves to first or second places n their classes included Sharon Curran Mason firstplace Here ford Norma Jass Clear Lake secondplace Hereford Randy Fischer Mescrvcy second place Hereford Dennis Tolz man Ilockford firstplace Hereford Jay Jensen Rock veil secondplace Hereford Gene Baker Clear Lake in the championship He also had the cham pion Angus of the show a 1090 poiiml steer Other youngsicrs showing an imals in the championship drive were Mike Dougherty Dough erty Juanita Fett Mason City Mary Kay Dolan Dougherty Richard Larson Dougherty and fIike Dolan Dougherty Dougherty showed an 890 pound Hereford to the cham pionship of that breed Miss Fett showed a 1090p o u n d Hereford to the reserve cham pionship Miss Dolan 11 had the reserve champion Angus with a 920pound steer Larson 17 had the champion crossbred of the show a 1010pound An gusHereford and Dolan H had the reserve champion crossbred a 930pound Angus Shorthorn One interesting note about this years show was that one ond place Hereford Mike Dol an Dougherty secondplace Shorthorn Sandra Christenscn lear Lake secondplace Short lorn Jim Ashland Clear Lake irscplacc Angus Dick Larson Dougherty secondplace Angus Dennis Currier Clear Lake secondplace Angus and Bar bara Engebretson Thornton iccondplacc Angus The baby beeves shown in the show will be sold at public auc ion on the grounds Saturday at am In the county purebred beef heifer show championships went to Sharon Curran Mason City Roger Butler Thornton and Nancy Tibbils Mason City Miss Curran showed the champion Hereford heifer Miss Tibbits showed the champion Angus heifer and Butler showed the champion Shorthorn Reserve championships went to Daved Ilindman Meservey Hereford Judy Tibbits Mason City Angus and Doug Eoying ton Mason City Shorthorn Beef showmanship honori went lo Mike Dolan Dougherty and Steve Duea Thornton Do Jan won the junior showmanship contest and Duea won the senior title Sandra Chnstensen Clear Please turn to page 1 Fair schedule 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 pmModificd stock car races in front of the grandstand THURSDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 amOpcn class dairy judging Also open class swim judging 9 junior agricultural demonstrations 2 variety show in front of grandstand 8 show presented by Cerro Gordo County 4H Club members   

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