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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors United Press nlernalional Ful Lease Wirei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 28 1WO e Copy Taper Consuls of Two No 144 Ike Macmillan launch confab One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Suodiy WOI AMES pm Tuesday VVTAD Qulucy pm Thurs WSUI City 910 am Sat Alcoholism is truly a disease North Iowa cloudiness day night Fog considerable and warmer Mon lows middle 30s Scattered showers and thun derstorms Tuesday afternoon warmer highs 4858 Iowa Considerable cloudiness Monday night warmer lows 3242 Scattered showers and thunderstorms Tuesday warmer east highs upper 40s north border lo lower 60s south border Furliier oullook north sunny south I WONT BE FORGETTING an evening I spent not long ago in that amazing capital of the West Texas plains country called Lubbock I was the specially in vited guest of an Alcoholic Anonymous group one of sev en AA units in that city which in 20 years has grown from 30 000 to 160000 population That is why I referred to Lub bock as amazing Fabulous might be an even more accurate word By the same standard of semantic values unforget table would not be too strong an adjective to apply to my1 evening with this AA group Early in the day one of my hosts had asked me if by chance 1 might be interested in sitting in on an AA meeting scheduled for that evening The idea sounded good to me because of my contacts with AA in my home community in an advi sory capacity Quite a few other local business and professional people have associated with me in this I should explain During the course of theafter noon another of my hosts re vealed that he was aware of my plans for the evening and let it be known that he would be there too What a coincidence I rea soned that these two Texans should share my concern for those who have fallen victim to what has come to be definitely and continued day mild Wednes FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the week will average five to 10 degrees above seasonal normals with no significantly large day to day changes Average highs should be in the upper 50s and average lows in the upper 30s Scattered peri ods of rain during the week should average about 20 inch southwest to 40 inch north east Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Tuesday 4555 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 51 Minimum 29 At 8 am 36 YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 26 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 42 Minimum 32 Ag reement on policy anticipated FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Prime Minister Harold Macmillan met with Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter Monday prior to conferring with President Eisen hower on a counterproposal to Russias plan for banning nucle ar weapons lesls Macmillan talked with Herter and other US officials at the British Embassy in advance of joining Eisenhower at the White House The party then flew by helicopter to secluded Camp David Md where their test ban discussions will be held During the two or three days they will spend together the two Allied leaders will also make a prcsummit review of relations with the Soviet Union They may lay down some new guidelines for development of proposals to be put before So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev at thfe Big Four summit meeting at Paris beginning May 16 THE US AND British posi tions on the Soviet Unions latest test control plan were said to be very similar with both sides now favoring a positive counterpro posal The urgent problem before the President and prime minister is to shape a reply to a Soviet ANNUAL SPRING CHORE A sure sign of spring is the arrival of ice breaking equipment in the Missis sippi River on Iowas eastern border Here the Coast classified holism as a disease Alco IMAGINE MY SURPRISE however when at the opening of the AA weekly meeting that night I found my two sponsor ing hosts sitling in on the ses sion not as advisers counselor or consultants but as full fledged members and in good standing They had won their spurs in the regular way it de veloped and were seated in the symbolic circle ready to offer their testimony and lend a help ing hand to any brother in dis tress It would be my guess that there isnt in Lubbock and its environs atop the West Texas caprock two more beloved or respected citizens than these two men who have found release from gnawing misery and en trance to a new contented hap piness and security through an observance of the tenets and teachings of Alcoholics Anony mous In this company however they were just two members Alcoholism is no respecter of position or prestige It is in no sense confined to Skid Row ONE OF MY HOSTS Intro duced me to the group and ex plained that as an Iowa editor with the residual instincts of a probing reporter I might be making some mental notes for a feature story The proposal which had been discussed dur ing the day with certain key members as I learned later was given approval This then is merely carrying out my assign ment For obvious reasons this couldnt happen in my home community I would be in the company of my own neighbors But in a place many hundred miles from my home town everybody was a stranger to me except for the two through whose good offices I was there Some in reporting to their fcl lows used full name others only a given name But so far as I was concerned neither was identifying The lone of the meeting was established by the chairman or Continued on 2 Mason City men elected KANSAS CITY Judge William P Buller and Herbert R Ohrt bolh of Mason City Sunday afternoon were elected to the region eight ex ecutive commitiee of the Boy Scouts of America The area comprises Iowa Kansas Colo rado Wyoming Nebraska and Missouri Ohrt executive vice president of L e e Radio Inc w a s re elected chairman of the Hawk eye Service Area which in cludes most of Iowa Both men are holders of the Silver Beaver Award The region eight annual meet ing at Kansas City ends Mon day The executive committee has 84 members proposition for banning all nu clear weapons of them by formal treaty and the remainder small underground tests by common agreement on an indefinite moratorium The United States had pro Opinions differ on youth FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Americas young people were described to f day as pampered selfindulgent materialistic uncom m i 11 e d milling about without a sense of direction and lacking in hig posed that any treaty now should exempt small under ground nuclear blasts because it said they are too difficult to dis tinguish from small earth quakes EISENHOWER AND Macmil lan may agree to approve a moratorium on the small under ground blasts but to impose a time limit of one or two years Without specific inspection provisUinscovering the smaller blasts many officials in the Ei senhower administration also have felt that the proposed mor atorium would create a grave risk of Soviet cheating in the de velopment of nuclear weapons Some reportedly favored reject ing the Soviet proposition But the British government and many officials in the State ideals Before the same gathering the same young people also were described as sincere in telligent unhypocriticai am bitious for achievement and hun gry for firm and forthright par ental guidance THESE WIDELY varying ap praisals of the younger genera jlion emerged from the first round of speeches before the White House Conference on Children and Youlh Some 7000 delegates from all parts of the nation are attend ing the weeklong conference which opened Sunday night with an address by President Eisen hower The President lined up squar ely with the defenders of mod ern youth He acknowledged Iliolofnx Guard Cutter Fern emerges from the upper gates of Lock 16 it Muscatinc and smashes into the ice im mediately above the dam Springs here with a bang Spring suddenly moved into Ihe northwest Sunday and after a brief setback Monday should continue to warm up the area It got up to 51 degrees in the Mason City area Sunday th highest temperature reached so far this season And it als marked the end of 39 consecutive days of below normal lempera tures However Monday a cold front was located through central Iowa southwestern South Dakota and eastern Montana This low pressure system is expected to move into western portions of the northwest causing some rain in portions of North Dakota and rain or snow in the and possibly into western Min nesota and Iowa The system will continue to spread eastward through the area Tuesday in the form of rain or snow The cooler temperatures Mon day will be only in the eastern section and will only be tern French warm up roMrK He moves on to Marseilles France An enthusiastic crowd hrough police lines Monday and nearly overran Soviet Premier Nikila Khrushchev Leaving the enclosed yard of childrens school he had vis ilcd he mistook which car door to enter and the crowd evi dently thought he was coming over to get acquainted The wave of men and women stormed through the police line shouting and waving red flays Khrushchev was sur rounded THE EXPRESSION on the Premiers face indicated he did not find the experience com pletely agreeable He stood in the crush until police rescued him and didnt try to shake a single hand A corydon of police on foot and with motorcycles quickly ushcd in and formed around then escorted him o his car Earlier in his lour of the rrench provinces Khrushchev howed signs that he thought he vas seeing too much of French ntluslry and not enough of the frcnch people The gregarious Soviet premi er has remained good natured but at times showed impatience it the tightly packed schedule of official receptions dinners and guided lours of historic ROLLO BERGESON Bergeson will run for Senate DES MOENES W Hollo I Bergeson DCS Moines forme Iowa secretary of state sai pcraturcs virtually eliminated Monday he has decided on Iowas snow cover and own to seek the Republicanjposed serious flood problems in porarily Tuesday southerly or southeasterly winds will bring warmer air northward again High temperatures Tuesday for North Iowa probably will reach 55 after overnight lows in the 30s 3 new Cardinals brings college to record VATICAN CITY John XXIII in a secret consis tory Monday nominated Ihree new cardinals in addition to sev en being raised to princes of the church this week The names and nationalities The comparatively mild Icmof the Ihrcc new cardinals were concern about quency which juvenile delin has increased each year for the past 10 years But he warned against pessimis lic generalizalions which at nomination for U S senator No one has urged me to run said the 49yearold West DCS Moines bank president and tinu in au if AH vj Department here feared the imtribute to the many the failures n rti nn j1 rtTM 1 1 Y1 A W O OJL IGlV SAME pact on world opinion of a nega tive reply from the United States They saw grave danger of a split with Britain Solon collapses dies in House WASHINGTON WVRep Rus sell V Mack RWash collapsed and died in the House Monday Dr George W Calver physician to Congress pronounced Mack dead a few minutes after he col lapsed on the floor of the House from a heart attack South Iowa where the remnants of several severe winter storms still remain C E Lamoureax chief of the DCS Moines Weather Bureau I HAVE AN unshakable faith in the overwhelming majority of fine earnest highspirited youngsters who comprise this rising generation of Ameri cans Eisenhower said Dr Abram L Sacher presi dent of Brandeis University was considerably less sanguine He said the outstanding character istics of modern are lack of concern and lack of former radio station manager mosL thc fiooding wili I have always been interested in public service and the sena torial nomination seems to be an open race commitment that exceed to larger issues purely individual pains and satisfaction DEMOS TAKE YOUR CHOICE three announced contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination look over the crowd and weigh their chances at a big United Auto Workers AP Photpfax rally in Detroit Attending the oldtime political rally are left to Sens Stuart Symington of Missouri Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and John Ken nedy of Massachusetts I HAVE NO fear of being beaten Thc odds are all against me but Im disregarding that because I think I should run I dont know what would happen if the nomination goes to con vention Thats probably irrele vant now But I won the nomina tion for secretary of stale in convention although the circum stances then were different Bergesons reference to the possibility of a convention nom ination is that there already were six candidates in the field for the GOP senatorial nomina ion They are state Sen Jack Mil ler Sioux City which formerly was Bergesons home town state Rep Ken Stringer Daven port Ernest J Seamann Wa lerloo Oliver J Reeve Waver y Dayton Countryman Neva da a former attorney general and Floyd Mocckly DCS Moines UNDER IOWA law if none o the candidates gets 35 per ccn of the vote in the primary th nomination is left to a convcn tion Political observers usually say that if there are four o more candidates for a nomina tion it is highly likely to b left for the convention to make Bergeson served as secretary of state from 1947 to 1949 an was deputy secretary of stal from 1939 to 1941 when he en tered the Navy in World War I Those have been his only serv ices in public office He was general manager o Radio Station KCBC in DC Moines 10 years and last Jul became president of the Des Moines State Bank be in the smaller streams and tributaries He said the major rivers are ice free and appear to be able to handle the over flow not made public immediately The new nominations were a sights and industrial plants VISITS TO factories and agri cultural installalions leave him unimpressed He mixes polite compliments for French achievements with statistics on similar Soviet activities that clearly show Khrushchev thinks they do it bigger and better in thc Soviet Union Thc urge to mix with thc peo ple came over him Sunday at Pan Breaking away from the official itinerary he made a s p u rofthcmomcnt excursion into the streets At his smiling jest he shook hands with per sons clustered on the sidewalk outside thc prefecture whera he had spent the night Marseille Frances big Med iterranean port city which has a heavy concentration of Com munists gave thc Soviet premi er the warmest welcome since he arrived in France Wednes day for an 11day visit The Nodaway River in the outhwest should crest at about our feet above bankful at Cla nda The Little Sioux River in Chcr kec stood at 187 feet Bankful s 18A feet Mill Creek three niles north of Cherokee was at ankful Parts of Estcotl Park n Cherokee were under water Souls laid bare on federal tax returns DENVER dis trict director of internal reve nue found these notations on returns from some Colorado taxpayers From a housewife who listed a grocery store as a depen dent I feel groceries are so high Im supporting the com pany Written across a return Congratulations on the best puzzle you ever put out From a woman who claimed two children as dependents though she listed herself as single Cant a girl make a mistake once in awhile On the insrcfe Editorials Page News Quiz 5 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 67 Comics 1C Mason City News 1213 Latest Markets 13 complete surprise and came during a secret consistory of the College of Cardinals which the Pope called to confirm nomina tion of the other seven includ ing a Negro and two Asians The new nominations wil bring the College of Cardinals to an unprecedented 88 The three cardinals identities were kept secret were named by thc Pope iij pcctorc his breast Vatican ources speculated that thc iree may he prelates in Com munistruled lands West Sports 1415 I North Iowa News U Burlington man dies in accident BURLINGTON ft Clark Wendell Winegard 26 of Bur linglon was injured fatally Sun day in a twocar accident near here Police said Winegards car collided with a car driven by Lawrence Leroy Hansen 21 of Burlington Hanson escaped injury but two passengers in Winegards car were hurt They are Mrs Francene Woomer 24 of Burlington and her son David 2 AP Photofas NEW CARDINALS MEET Peter Cardinal Tatsu Doi Archbishop of Tokyo and Laurian Cardinal Rugafhbwa Bishop of Tanganyika shake hands in Rome after receiving the bigliettos official notifica tion of their elevation to the Catholic Churchs Col lege of Cardinals Doi is the first Japanese and Ru gambwa the first Negro to be so honored   

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