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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tlit Iowa Doily Newspaper newspaper that mokes oil North lowons i CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL It Praw ud Vmltttfnu UtenuUMkAl Full Ltuc MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 1H3 Paper Coulsti ot Two Ul KIDS Mitchell Cast 2 waves happily a merrygoround horse at the North Iowa Fair one of the attractionsfor youngsters on the midway The fact that Kevin is an old horseman himself doesnt take any of the fun out of the ride on a wooden horse The boy son of the Howard Casts of Nora Springs was first on a real horse at 8 weeks old and he now goes on trail rides with his elders Fair has attractions for all By CHARLES W WALK The North out to live The fair Kttotbas something for eyeryoiieJferUi yearv Fair of fijcl afTsr have been pleased with the general activ ity on the grounds the first two days of the fair Wednesdays crowdwas esti mated at well above 10000 near ly 1000 more than the best weekday crowd of last year and one of the largest since the fair moved to its present location i adult paid Wednesday and youngsters were admitted free for Kids Day Another one of those special days for the young people is planned for Saturday On Friday however the fair is likely to appeal to a little older set than the youngsters Friday will be Golden Wedding Day On that day all persons having celebrated their golden wedding will be guests of the management Besides the usual livestock Two arrests in train robbery LONDON men were ey reportedly about 100000 held Thursday on charges in pounds been re Britains great connection train robbery and a man and two women were detained for in vestigation Police said a large sum of mon Gen Taylor says military wasnt under pressure WASHINGTON AP V Gen Maxell D Taylor testified TKurs day that the Joint Chiefs of Staff agreed to support the limited test ban treaty without any pressure or arm twisting from civilian su periors in the Pentagon Taylor chairman of the Joint Chiefs said the top military con mand was consulted in advance of the treatys negotiation and had complete access to all cables between Moscow and Washington while the negotiations took place in Russia Taylor testified at a public hear ing by Foreign Rela tions Committee covered Two men both about 45 were arrested Wednesday night in Bournemouth a resort on Eng lands south coast after they stopped a woman oh a quiet street and asked if she mend lodgings could recom The woman became suspicious and phoned the police When de tectives arrived a fight ensued and the men were taken into cus tody Police said a considerable sum of money was found in a car and later another car wasfound about a mile away with a large sum of money in it Police in Bournemouth said charges were placed against the men but did not announce the charges or their identities The men were to be taken Thursday to Buckinghamshire the county in which the bandit gang held up the GlasgowLondon mail train and escaped with 25 million pounds million in currency The other man and two women were picked up in London judging schedule Friday visi tors to the fair will be able lo seje one of the most popular at tractions at the fair in the last four years the tractor pulling contest r from throughout North Iowa are expected to par ticipate in the contest which will get under way at pm Three classes of tractors a class being determined by the weight of the tractor will pull in the contest Another free grandstand show also is on tap for Friday after noon Bill David will be master of ceremonies of the show which will start at 2 pm Also on the program will beAValiy Pikalarid his musical comedy act the Marcos bike riding act and the Namaras a balancing act An old favorite of the North Iowa Fair Aut Swensons Auto Thrillcade will return to enter tain the grandstand audience at the fair Friday night Some of the top Hollywood stunt drivers will be appearing with the Thrillcade again this jyear These include Jimmie James Kenny Blaine Chuck Beeler and Pat OBrien Among the shows features will be competition in the Gold Cup Crash Roll tournament In this feature the stuntmen try to score points by seeing how many times they can somer sault an oldmodel stock car endovererid v Still another feature of nV ThrillcadeJs Blitz Bail a game in which teams of drivers to score points by knocking large ball over the opponents goals Thrillcade also will be back for another performance in front of the grandstand Sat urday at 2 pm Saturday nights grandstand attraction will be new to the North Iowa Fair Chuck Wagon races will be held starting at 8 pm At least eight wagons are ex pected to participate in the wild and wooly attraction Besides three heats of wagon races the evenings program will include pony and horse races and pony and horse chariot races A total of 11 events are scheduled at the performance Livestock judging at thefair Friday will be highlighted by the fat steer show A feature of the fair for the last five years the fat steer show has attracted some of the top animals in Iowa to compete for more than top prize money Bill demons Peosta who has shown the grand champion steer in three of the four previous shows will be back with two Angus steers lo try for another win Fair schedule THURSDAY ART B THOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY 8 show presented by Cerro Gordo County 4H Club members FRIDAY ART BTHOMAS SHOWS ON MIDWAY All persons havingcelebrated their golden wedding anniversary will be the guests of the fair management 10 amOpen class fat steer show class floriculture arrangement judgin pulling contest 2 variety show in front of the grandstand 8 Swcnsons Auto Thrillcade in front of grandstand Tax cut doubtful See too many blocks Leaders in Congress speak WASHINGTON Har ry F Byrd Thursday joined Re publican congressional leaders in expressing doubt that Congress will pass a tax reduction bill this year Byrd Virginia Democrat who heads the Senate Finance Com mittee which would consider any measure passed by the House said opposition to any immediate ax reduction has been building up to the point where it is touch andgo whether any measure could gain majority support within group Beyond that he said in an inter view that a prospective Southern ilibuster on civil rights legisla ion may slow committee proce dures to the point where it could not act until late in the year even f a majority supported tax cuts Byrd opposes any reductions not accompanied by spending cuts he said the administration seems un willing to make just dont know what wil happen he said But with the committee divided and theleg islative schedule so jammed up it seems doubtful to me that a bill can be passed I dont thin Congress is going to want to stay here all year SenateRepublican leader Ever ett M Dirkseri of Illinois and House GOP leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana told a new conference Wednesday they dpub that a tax bill will be passed this year The word has gone around the Senate that civil rights will be Drought to a showdown after Labor Day about the time the House is expected to debate the ax bill Whatever moves admin istration leaders make will be met ty civil rights opponents with a Filibuster While the filibuster is on the Senate Finance Committee can meet only when the Senate itself is not in session Byrd predicted that the narrow 1312 vote by which the House Ways and Means Committee de feated Wednesday a Republican sponsored move to tie tax reduc tion to a hblddown on deficil spending would spur similar at tempts in his committee The House committee approved by a 194 vote an across the boarc reduction in individual income lev ies averaging 20 per cent in over all rales and 15 per cent in the brackets into which most taxpay ers fall Inside The Globe WORTH Countyans win in barrow show Page 2 HOOTENANNYS coming to town Page 11 Editorials Page 4 Fair breed champions 5 North Iowa news Society Sports news 13lV Clear Lake Latest markets It Mason City news U17 Comics Ur T n attractve ol Mr and Mrs Gerald Taylor Swale FATHER DISMAS CLARK Priest who aided exconvicts dies a of heart disease ST LOUIS Mo The Rev C Dismas Clark 62 the hoodlurn priest whose efforts o rehabilitate exconvicts won national attention died Thurs day in his sleep Father Clark a small wiry man who cpuld match the tough talk of his cons word for word was named for St Dis mas the good thief crucified beside Christ He entered St Marys Hos pital here July 27 His doctor said he died at am from a heart disease A biographical motion pic ture The Hoodlum Priest was made of Father Clarks work with exconvicts at Dis mas House a rehabilitation cen ter he founded here in 1959 Development body for Interstate rerouting The board of directors of the Mason City Development As sociation votcd unanimously Wednesday to endorse a pro posal rerouting Interstate High way 35 through North Iowa The interstate now is scheduled to parallel Highsvay 69 crossing the Minnesota bord er at Emmons A proposal by the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce suggests a diagonal from apoint near Klemme so the highway would swing northward just east of the Mason CHy Airport Alien D Patton president of the development association said all nine directors present at the meeting felt the Junior Chamber proposal would be ad vantageous Specifically it would provide easy access to our 40acre in dustrial park now being de veloped on Highway 106 caid Patton Junior Chamber officials have noted that traffic coming from SAME Black FU Means Truffle la Put 21 the south could cross over on Highway 106 tnow being wid ened to intersect with the inter state Patlon will join other Mason City area individuals making statements in support of the al ternate route at an Iowa State Highway Commission hearing on the Interstate 35 route at 7 pm Thursday in the Civic Auditorium in Forest City A similar hearing will be at 7 pm Friday in the Rowan school gymnasium Tom Jolas chairman of special Junior Chamber com mittee that has studied the highway route will present its proposal at the Forest City hear ing Others scheduled lo speak in favor of the Junior Chamber plan are Walter Broacibcnt a member of the City Council which has endorsed itDr Wil liam Swansonspeaking for the Mason City Chamber of Com merce and delegations from Manly and Norlhwood Representatives from Garner Forest City and Lake Mills are to speak in favor of the Highway 69 route North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly f e i r and warmer throvgh Friday Thurs day night in mid Ms Hioha Friday in low IDs WeatheV details on Page 2 DBS MOINES has its share of inventors The Iowa Development Com mission has received a federal grant to serve as clearing house for receiving evaluating and arranging for the possible production and marketing of potential inven tions This pilot program was con ducted initially in Appanoose and Monroe counties but now the entire state inventors get help from development commission Because of some 5egzl en tanglements the development commission requested and re ceived permission from the Area Redevelopment Admin istration a branch of the U S Department of Commerce to continue the p r o g ram through June of next year The inventions have been pouring into the off ice of the d e v e I b pment commission Over 200 inventions have been received to date Here are some of the inventions being considered by the commis sion A holder for a hat inside an automobile a new method of obtaining heat to heat the in terior of a car or truck an adjustable wagon tongue a process for making garbage cans last longer a selfclean ing push brush a paint brush holder that will clip onto any paint can a device for picking fruit that is out of reach with out using a ladder and a me chanical finger Also a holder for soda pop bottles in a car a warning buzzer to inform motorists when they leave their lights on metal fence posts that screw into the ground a de vice that automatically raises the flag when the mailman lifts the door of the mailbox and a skewer for shishkabobs The development commission has an 11member committee lo evaluate these inventions However this committee will be expanded soon to include a wider range of interest and evaluation For example one inventor is proposing a new type of nasal spray There is no medical representation on the evaluation committee at the present time C E Worlan director of the development commission said the primary objective of this program is o provide assist ance to applicants in all phases of invention develop ment This includes technical consulting services where ap propriate Worlan said the commissions program has three phases 1 Discovery Residents must be acquainted with the pro gram so that interested per sons may know how lo go about obtaining help in de veloping and marketing their ideas and inventions 2 Evaluation This includes engineering marketing fi nancial and legal counsel as well as facilities for the manu facturing of pilot models 3 Production Ideas and in ventions on which studies in dicate have a good potential will be brought into production by various means depending on the idea or invention As a result of legislation passed by the last General Assembly a foundation known as the Iowa Development Com mission Foundation Inc has been formed to handle this program The commission also has been working handin hand with the Iowa State Bar Associations special commit tee on patents copyright and trademarks   

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