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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1944 ilUc Piper ContltU ot Fut No 144 Franklin Co teams win at N Iowa Fair By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa Newt Director Two Franklin County live stock judging teams which have made a habit of winning at the North Iowa Fair in recent years got the job done again Tuesday Pictures on 4 The Hampton Future Farm ers of America FFA team under the direction of Dave Flint and the Franklin County 411 team coached by Carl Render won their divisions in the district contest livestock judging For the Hampton team it marked the fifth straight year and the sixth lime in seven years that it has won the title in the FFA division The Franklin County 411 teams record is even more impressive Tues days win was the lllh straight and the 12th in 13 years in the 4H contest Members of this years FFA learn were Bryan Anderson Debate chances killed Equal time is still required WASHINGTON AP Sen ate Democrats have relievcc President Johnson of the burden of deciding whether to debate Sen Barry Goldwatcr in a ra Second place individual in the II contest was Lester Madsen Mitchell County and Richard howalter Franklin County vas third Two judges tied for econd in the FFA contest hey were Steve Crabtrce iheffieldChapin and Randy Butler Hampton In the livestock end of the air Tuesday judging was com pleted in the largest open sheep how ever at the North Iowa In the Suffolk show Carl ctcrs Panora and W II Axcltinc Latimer shared hon ors Peters had the champion ewe and Azeltine showed the champion ram Dale Furguson Ayrshire and diolclevision fronlation campaign con They locked horns wilh Re publicans over the issue of who is chicken By a 4441 vole the Senate ta bled Tuesday night and thus killed legislation lo suspcnc equal lime provisions of tin Communications Act Since the legislation require that all legitimate candidate for the presidency be given equal time if Johnson and Gold water were allowed to debate multitude of other minoritj candidates would have lo bt given as much lime on the net works which broadcast the dc bate The defeated measure wa similar lo the one which pavci the way for KennedyNixon de hates in I960 Sen Norris Collon RNH charged lhat it was very evi dent some influence has bee ordered from higher up lo jun this bill because of Ibis cam paign The rejected bill would hav suspended for 60 days Ihc re quircmcnt thai if a network of fcrcd free lime to any presidcn lial candidate it would have to give equal time to all The law does not apply to has own audit Randy Butler Gary Peters am David Allen Members of the winning 4II team were Mark Halfwasson Richard Showaller Tom Latham Joe Fowler ant Terry Schomburg The two Franklin County ams also had the lop individ al judges of their respective onlcsls Halfwasson was Ihc op individual judge of the 411 ontest and Peters was the top udge of the FFA contest Second place team in Ihe 4H onlcst was from Mitchell Coun and Ihe third place team ame from Floyd County Ten teams compclcd in the con st The ShcffieldChapin FFA 2am was second in that divis on followed by CAL in third lace Above June 1963 Cigarette sales make comeback WASHINGTON WVCiga relies have rockclcd back from the slump that followed a govern ment report in January linking them to lung cancer and heart disease US factories shipped almost 452 billion cigarettes in June an increase of about 85 per cent over June 1963 the Internal Revenue Service announced Wednesday While cigarettes were making their comeback cigar sales dropped in June Small cigars to which many switched early this year took a nosedive Shipments dropped from 190 million in May to 38 million in June Bui the June figure was still double that for small cigars in June 1963 The slump in cigaretlc sales had sel in right after the gov crmncnl committee headed by Surgeon General Luther L Ter ry issued ils report in January There was a considerable re bound in April but June was the firsl month to show a sizable in crease over Ihe corresponding monlh of 1963 Junes 85 per cenl increase compares to a normal yearto year increase of 2 or 3 per cent A report recently issued by the Council for Tobacco Re said 10 years of lobacco industrysupported styd ies had produced no laboratory proof of a link between smok ing and lung cancer or evidence that smoking contributes signif icantly to heart and circulatory ailments or stomach ulcers Dr Wendell G Scott presi dent of the American Cancer Society said Tuesday in New York that the report by Ihe in dustry group was selfserving and published without regard for the public welfare The American Cancer Socicly has said cigarellc smoking is a serious health hazard COWBOY JUTES THE DUST Richard Wilson he Davis Cheviot Farm Neva iriiouu the Cheviot Mason City rolls and crawls speedily from under i i ii ii i M l i I il tt h 1 tt fir n nP n vi 1 t l da shared honors in me uneviot tiawis syeeuuy irum unaer show Furguson exhibited the the flashing hoofs of a bronc from which he has hampion ram and the Davis arm showed the champion ewe 1 t A North Iowa pair shared honors in the Hampshire show Collins and Dohrmann Hamp Lon showed the champion ewe in that show to share honors with the Green Ridge Farm Jefferson which showed the champion ram In the Shropshire show Page Worley Ely had things all his own way He exhibited both the champion ram and champion ewe Collins and Dohrmann also shared honors in the Southdown show They had the champion ram of that breed Hasty Farms Nevada exhibited Ihe champion Southdown cwc Mitchell and Worth County breeders walked off with most of the top honors in the open dairy show judged Tuesday Alton Halvorson St Ansgar and Gene Pitzcn Stacyvillc fallen The hoofs missed his head by scant inches but Wilson was spared injury at the rodeo at the North Iowa Fair shared honors in the Holstein TRACTOR PULL More than tractor pullimr contest at thp North show Halvorson had the grand 1500 people watch as W W Green Iowa FaiTuefday Green wood won the champion female on an age Chester drives his old Interna luesaay uieenuood won the time paid for by a candidalc BG offers to pay for debates SPRINGFIELD 111 Sen Barry Goldwatcr d c nounrccl Prcsidcnl Johnsons fo reign had the policy Wednesday challenged In otncr activity at the fair him lo debate about il and csclay morc than 1500 cow and Pitzen had the charn pion bull and reserve champion female In a large Brown Swiss show honors were divided between G D Dadisman Manly and Clar ence Hefty Rcnwick Dadisman exhibited the grand champion bull of he breed and Hefty showed the grand champion fc maleA W Jurgcmcycr Klcm me showed the reserve grand champion female Ralph Michcls Stacyvillc and Gilbert Bchn and Sons Lati mcr showed the champions in the Ayrshire show Michcls had Ihc champion bull and the Behns exhibited the grand champion female In two other open dairy shows Karen Zirbcl Clear Lake and Bruce Squicr Nora Springs had champion females Miss Zcrbcl showed the champion Milking Shorthorn and Squicr liona Harvester Farmall tractor to the championship in the class for tractors pounds or less weighing 5000 Syncom 3 orbits To relay pictures of Olympic games CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP The Syncom 3 communica tions satellite intended to relay lelevision piclurcs of lhe Octo ber Olympic Games in Japan quickly to North America and Europe rocketed into a prelim inary orbit Wednesday en route To seed Nevada clouds in bid to stop flames ELKO Nov CAP Fire lo a planned stationary post high above the Pacific Ocean Officials were cheered by Ihc early success of the mission But the Olympic Star satellite must execute a number of com plex maneuvers in the next 12 days to shift its orbit and reach its goal as the worlds first Iru ly synchronous slalionary satellite fighters planned to resort to it auuviL H anil offered to pay for Ihc television flc watcncd lllc fourth annual broadcast lime tractor pulling contest in frontjclouc Wednesday At Inn CTlonrlcrl M nrn I J CioUwvter said however he can understand why Johnson wont debate and why the ciouti seeding Wednesday in grandstand the of crcaling morc rain tj P of time differences and ironi cally Canadian and European viewers probably will sec more of the film relayed by Syncom 3 than will those in the United Stales The threesfage TADthrust augmented Delta rocket bar reled away from Cape Kennedy at am CDT to propel the drumshaped satellite into c JUFH solemn mm nc said nc Syncom 3 a research the transfer orbil a great Ccnlral Park vehicle and lelevision is not its main job successful interconti nental transmission of Olympic pictures would be the most dra matic performance so far by communications salcliilcs eggshaped routo ranging from hours for each pass The National Aeronautics and Administration reported 100 treated in weed killer drum blast TAMPA Fla AP Hundreds of persons were rout d from their homes by noxious umes Tuesday night after a 55 gallon drum of underwater vecd killer exploded at a chem cal plant More than 100 persons were reatcd at hospital emergencyblock Firemen wearing gas mask and rubber suits entered Ihe fourstory building to cap ihe drum Many were overcome when fumes seeped through loose masks Police using sound trucks or dered evacuation of a 16squarc Report 3 million fortune Most held by First Lady WASHINGTON AP An accounting firm hired at the di rection of President Johnson re ported Wednesday that the John son family fortune totals 098 The firm of Haskins Sells said the President and Mrs Johnson and their two daugh ters Lynda Bird and Luci Baines had total assets of 082770 as of July 31 On the same date the family had liabilities of which reduced their net worth to 484098 The accounting firm said President Johnsons assets amounted to and his liabilities were The detailed statistical table Baruch at 94 looks to future NEW YORK CAP Bernard Baruch lurned a spry 94 Wednes day with an offhanded vow to continue the kind of thinking hat brought him fame and for tune and had presidents asking lis advice I dont want to dwell on the past Baruch said at a news conference Tuesday Today and tomorrow concern me more nan ycslerday The financier who had earned a forlune by his 30th birthday added It seems to me that our countrys problems domestic and foreign arc today morc complex and difficult than any we have known in the past Yet dcspile Ihese problems and perils the future holds out infinite possibilities and prom ises for the perfection of demo cracy and for the improvement of life not only in this country but in every land Standing erect and supported lightly by a cane as he walked in and oul of a midtownhotel suilc for his news conference the 6foot3 Baruch looked many years younger than his 94 Except for the time it took to read a brief statement Baruch lightheartcdly traded banter wilh reporters for eye and nose irrita ions cramps and nausea The fumes from a chemical called acrolein billowed from open doors and windows into the heavily populated mostly Negro neighborhood Mass traffic jams caused by curious onlooker hampered firemen and police trying to reach the area in gas masks First you choke then you get abdominal cramps and nau sea said Vcrnon Barchard Photographer for the Tampa Tribune I vomited 15 min ules area around the plant firemen using hoses brought the fumes under control shortly before midnight LBJ rakes riots Asks for order WASHINGTON AP Say made it evident lhat most of the Johnson wealth is held in the name of Ihe First Lady Mrs Johnsons assels were said to lotal S2225G34 wilh liabilities of This gave Mrs Johnson a net worth of compared with for the chief ex ecutive Lynda Bird Johnsons assels were put at Those of her sister Luci Baines wera given as The table listed no liabilities for either of the daughters During recent months pub lished estimates of the size of he Johnson fortune have night were not poisonous Friedman said he was in the tnat plant office when he heard an ncw Civl Rights Act explosion about 8 pm the chemical up pressure inside the contain er blowing off the spewing snowflakesi over a store room it is time to speak from about million to on racial troubles million It seemed apparent that much of this broad spread could be accounted for by using differ ent methods of estimating the Johnson wcailh If wealth is figured on the book value of securities held it can conceivably be many times lower than if figured on the basis of the current market val ue of the same securities Robert Van Arsdalc resident iJohnson has declared the nai Police Capt L J Buchanan lions fate will not be decided and fireman Lionel Hernandez by street rioters and yere hospitalized for observaraiders We demand and we are Herbert Friedman president going to have respect for law of Southern Mill Creek Chcmiand order in this land Johnson cal Co where Ihe explosion ocsaid Tuesday in addressin f aldlhe chcmical fumes members of Ihc Cilizcns Com mitlee for Community Relations help implement the Fino challenges Keating in NY NEW YORK AP publican chairman nation to the US Senate Fino says Keating mally announced for term Tuesday can should not ask for lion as long as he coii wilhhold endorsement of lit it pur ic rs ui Ji IM Asked what was the greatest dcntal nominee Barry Goldwat 5fin llP Vl Sr1 In T lesson he had learned Baruch smiled and quipped To mind my own business He said he seldom goes lo Ccnlral Park anymore He gained such fame for passing about 700 to 22300 miles above out advice from a bench there the earth and requiring aboul ll that one was dedicated to him Nevada since Saturday Winners in the various weight Congress made it possible for classifications of the contest him nol to debate it WCre W W Greenwood Chcs I am willing lo debate icr driving an International and Im willing 10 pay for tlicillnrveslcr under 5000 pounds time lhe Republican prcsiJDean Farlnnd Thompson driv dcntial nominee said ing an Oliver 5000 to 7500 His remark drew long and pounds Larry Stohr Thompson rcRion declared f OllVJU IVJVUI IUU Ub Japanese Canadian and 30 minutes after launching that European interests plan tlirce rocket stages had pcr firesjspcnd nearly Si million to dem formcd as Planned and the 145 havc blazed in northcastjonstralc Olympic television can packa8c of communica a smrn Salnrrlaw i lv was on coursc and a plaque bearing his name vas attached to it The same lonor was given him in a Wash nglon DC park lability with Syncom 3 Pracli M i r juitg ua i i jf vjiuill 1 lUMlllJoUn loud applause from more thanjdriving a John Deere 7500 lo at lhe Illinois 10000 pounds and Merle Dnrby land have been burned in the a disaster area by Gov Grant 12000 persons State Fair North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday night in low Ms Cloudy with scattered and thunder Thursday highs in low Ms Weather 2 Lcland driving an International Harvester 10000 lo 12500 pounds Sawyer Showers Tuesday helped contain wo of the fires but winds fanned the massive Earlier in lhe day John FarBouldcr FlatMaggie Creek blaze northwest of Elko through quhar Brill won the tractor rotlco Gene Gulh Mcservcy was second and Mclvin Wise man Sheffield was third Wise man was the winner in the un der 20yearold class Larry Boylcs Dougherty was second in lhat class and Kevin Noss Dougherty was third 15 miles of grass and brush in a few hours The Boulder FlatMaggie Creek complex accounted for morc than 180000 acres of blackened range in an area 30 to 40 miles west and northwest of Elko Inside The Globe and sending slrong signals Syncom next hurdle will be reached about 23 hours after 11 am Thurs it reaches the 22300 milchigh point of its orbit for Ihc third lime Then a small rockcl is to be fired by ground command to jockey the salellilc pn t out of ils transfer c 9 MPalh inlo a circular orbit aboul Society 7822300 miles up North Iowa ij This is lo occur above Su Mason City rwws IMlmatra Then ground monitors Latest markets small payload jets 2M2 by radio plan to guide Syncom Ckr twws 2427 more than 10 to the desired midPacific position The jets arc to arrest it there Classified which caused considerable dam BERNARD BARUCH He said tly built containtop and the occasion to lecture the country on the racial issue Johnson spoke sharply about speculation un lhe effects of the white backlash in the forthcoming 4 AUolUUlll partner for Haskins Sells in Washington declined lo answer any questions about lhe fivepage financial statement He re ferrcd ait questions to Everett Shifflct a partner in the firms said it is lime to York headquarters cynical guessing of who not familiar with helped who will be hurt the report Van Arsdalc I disorders and He said the document was i disrespect for the in the New York of our unty will be hurt none House press secretary as helped if responsible Reedy declined to say sit on the sidelines Johnson ordered the finan DP the stability of our study and its release a spectator in the 1952 prcsidcn who question facing the campaign Adlai E Steven a second lot a he said is not bow the Democratic nominee LUL duu Negroes will vote in public a rundown on hij tinucs the question is how position A like state of work logelhci and was issued later by his for the next Republican Dwight D to Lightning bolts hit Gemini launch pad CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP A scries of lightning bolts tlcncc of lightning damage to aiion and systems rclcsl will rocket in the 14year history of required the cape All rocket gantries r erased any possibility of a Iwo man orbital flight this year Officials said the mishap jrobably means that astronauls Virgil I Grissom and John W Young will have to wait until early 1965 to make the firsl lan dcm flight They were to take a Ihrccorbit fivehour space ride in midDecember As an electrical storm swept over Cape Kennedy Monday night several lightning bolts struck the Gemini launching complex They damaged sys tems in a Titan 2 rocket on lhe pad and in lhe ground support equipment It was Ihc firsl recorded inci overall cffccl of this The Titan groomed to 2 was boost a being next year the agency said A spokesman said the light fully equipped spacecraft which was on USCtl visihc heal shield and recovery niqucs The launching the final un manned shol before the somYoung flight had scheduled for Oct 6 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Tues day The effect on the launch dale is nol known at this lime Bui some equipment replace ment launch complex rcvalida SAME DATEW33lt T   

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