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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL n AMocstc4 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes AM North lowans Neighbors tad United Prew Intension ruB LM Win MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1960 C Copy TbU of Four in I Its time S to start diet again By MARILYN MERCER New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK This is the time of year when concealing winter coats come off last1 years spring suits come out did they bathing suits are imminent and most people take a fling at the allAmerican pas time dieting The trouble is dieting has got ten dull This year why not try something different a diet to suit your personality This kind of a diet is a challenge Here are some notes on personality types and the kind of diets best suited to them Are you the pathetic type The pathetic type loves goodies The reason for this as any psy chiatry buff knows is that good ies make you think your mother still loves you although by this time you are probably so fat that your mother has changed her name and moved to another state WITH THIS DIET you can lavish love on yourself Start with any standard 1000 calorie diet and add fake goodies Muf fins made with cottage cheese Low calorie cake mixes Egg white whipped cream Low cal orie ice cream and low calorie canned fruit Low calorie may onnaise to go on your low calorie gelatin salad Sucaryl sucaryl sucaryl It is prodigiously hard and expensive to shop for these ment things to prepare them and to calculate the calories Or are you a masochist Do you overeat because you hate yourself and dont care if you get fat Just reverse the pat tern and diet to punish your self Pick the least attractive dry toast and egg diet find Or just live on black cof fee and vitamin pills Make yourself miserable Youll enjoy it and youll lose weight You may even permanently ruin your health which should please you Levees taking pounding New fronts threatened New punch power in Kennedys campaign SEEK LICENSE Heiress Gamble Benedict 19 of New York hides her face as she and boy friend Andre Porum beanu 35 leave the judges office at Dillon S C after applying for a marriage cense They fled to the south ern city despite a court order keeping them apart Wedding foiled Heiress lover on the lam DILLON SC away heiress Gamble Benedict and her Romanianborn lover fled their South Carolina hide away Wednesday under threats from home that all necessary measures will be taken to break up her elope Gamble 19 and boyfriend Andre Porumbeanu 35 got safely to Dillon SC only to be identified as they applied a marriage license that would have been effective Wednesday WEDNESDAY morn ing one of the couples escorts NOW TO THE more interest ing causes of overeating Are the bon vivant type expense account lunches big steaks This means youre insecure The trouble with you is that you make a federalcase of eating and drinking well The solution is a high quality high cost high protein diet Steak for breakfast steak for lunch steak for dinner Or double thickness lamb chops which are even more expensive Did you get fat from overin dulgence in pates fine wines ortolans Chateaubriand with bearnaise things like that This makes you a gourmet A gourmet basically is simp ly a picky eater We all know children who are picky eaters George has to have his ham burger thin with salt and pep per only on one side George has to have his orange juice in a lit tle glass George wont eat his tuna fish salad if its too cold Hes a picky eater George who knows a good at tentiongetting device when he sees one grows upto be a gour met THE TRICK FOR gourmets is to become even pickier Demand subtler more rarefied foods and send more of them back to the kitchen Just taste Devote whole days to just sipping rare teas or nibbling exotic cheeses Be difficult and hard to please Are you a human scavenger the kind of mother who eats up all the leftovers so as n o t to waste anything The trouble with you is youre stingy Be stingier Buy less to begin with and make it stretch When there are leftovers plow them back into the business Make nourishing soup out of those lit tle bits of meat the children leave and those three cold brus sels sprouts Make them eat it The quality of the meals you serve may go down slightly but think of the weight youll lose and the money youll save Well this is a start You may or may not lose any weight play ing this game But it does put some of the adventure back in tlieting On the inside Clear Lake News Paje 10 North Iowa News 12 Society News U17 Sports News 1920 Comics 21 Editorials 28 Latest Markets 30 Mason City News 3031 arrived by plane and with drew the birth certificate Gamble had deposited with Probate Judge Walker Allen It appeared Gamble and the oncemarried Andre might be headed into another state to launch their wedding formali ties once time in secret IN NEW YORK the attor BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The turbulent Mississippi anc Missouri Rivers continued their relentless pounding against soggy and weakened levees in the Midwest flood belt Wednes day threatening new overflows Swollen rivers and streams caused trouble along new fronts in New England and New York but the situation did notappear serious The most severe flood in 20 years was forecast along the Comrccticut River in New England The major flood fighting was along the Mississippi and Mis souri in Illinois and Missouri THE MOST immediate criti cal area appeared to be along the 50mile stretch of the Missis sippi from Niota 111 across from Fort Madison Iowa to Quincy 111 There was no letup in the patrol along the big river farther south to Cairo 111 Flood danger increased as wa ter spilled over levees at sev eral places and battered hard against weakened dikes at many others along the two rivers College and high school stu dents joined farmers and civil defense workers in the fight to hold the levees in Niota They piled thousands of sandbags atop the Levee south of the small community ACROSS THE river in Mis souri the Mississippi threatened to break through the levee at Gregory Landing Calls were issued for more volunteers to shore up the weakening wall Thousands of acres of rich farm land have been flooded and hundreds of families evacuated from their homes in Illinois and Missouri in the last week Water spilled over a levee at Clarksville Mo Tuesday in undating 5000 acres of farm land A small breach ina levee east of Palmyra Mo flooded 800 acres The Missouri was expected to crest at 225feet at St Joseph Primary victory solid Leads Hubert by 104581 MILWAUKEE OB Victory over a formidable opponent in the Wisconsin primary election put new punch and power Wed nesday behind Sen John F Kennedys bid for the Demo cratic presidential nomination The result was clearcut but not as big as his aides had hoped Kennedy said however I would think Ihc Democratic leaders would find it very help ful The election demonstrated ic claimed that he can attract votes among thn farmers iabor unions and nonCatholics ney for Gambles grand mother and guardian Mrs Henry Harper Benedict 75 left no doubt that all possible steps would be taken to halt the match Last January Mrs Benedict sent her attorney all the way to Paris to bring Gamble home from her first elope ment And she fought the case through the New York courts to have Gamble declared a wayward minor and to re strain Andre from seeing her Mo Thursday 55 above flood stage No flooding was reported in St Joseph but water covered farm land across the river in Kansas Heavy flooding on farm land also was reported in the Boonville Mo area Along the Missouri River Army engineers said 20000 acres of farm land were flood ed from Osage City to the mouth north of St Louis They said several thousand acres were flooded downriver from St Louis WIN OR LOSE A MAN MUST EAT Digging into a Sen Hubert Humphrey offers a somber expression as he awaits a TV appearance in Milwau kee His opponent in the Wisconsin preferential pri AP Tholofnx mary Sen John Kennedy smiles broadly after just being told his lead over Humphrey was widening rapidly Lofe News Highlights BEDFORD Mass Russias Sputnik III burned up in the earths atmosphere Wednesday after making more than 10000 revolutions around the earth in the past 23 months the National Space Surveillance Control Center said WASHINGTON Gov Hersche C Loveless said Wednesday Iowas present flood emergency dramatical ly points up the inadequacy of present facilities for flood pro tection in our state Stations request for narcotics work rejected DES MOINES UPI Legislative Interim Committee Wednesday slapped down Iowa Public Safety Commissioner Donald Stations request for to press his investigation of alleged narcotics traffic in Iowa The committee adjourned without even bothering to take any action on the request and a majority of the committee members seemed to feel that it was not Stations business to investigate narcotics pushing in the state Rep George Paul RBrook chairman of the commit tee said it was every law en forcement officers duty to re port any narcotics traffic But the safety department shouldnt go looking for it we already have one state agency to do that Paul said Rep Casey Loss said the state law gives the pharmacy examiners authority to control narcotics traffic Station had started a drive of his own to ferret out narcotics pushers under the general au thority which gives the safety department the duty of enforc ing all criminal laws North Jowa Mostly fair Wed nesday night lows 3235 Most ly fair and colder Thursday highs upper 40s Iowa Generally fair Wednes day night and Thursday Lows Tnursday 30 north to 35 south Highs Thursday 4554 Further KENNEDY a Massachusetts Catholic defeated Sen Hubert 1 Humphrey of Minnesota a Protestant For years Hum phrcy has championed the Mid west farmers In Tuesdays elec tion he was supported by top leadership of the Wisconsin AFLCIO Vice President Richard M Nixon unopposed in the Repub lic ui primary did not come into the hardfought campaign He ran third With 3428 of the stafes 3446 precincts reported the unofficial tabulations showed Kennedy Humphrey 369442 Nix on 342851 This gave Kennedy slightly more than 5G per cent of the Democratic vote and victories in six of the 10 congressional dis tricts Iowa ham n eggs on the menu outlook Partly warmer Friday cloudy and IT ALSO allocated 20 Wiscon sin delegate votes in the Demo cratic National Convention to Kennedy and 10 to Humphrey Each also will receive a half vote from the ballot shared by the states two naional commit tee members who split their support Even before Lake Mills hosts Economy Run drivers By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer LAKE of the top automobile drivers in thenation had Iowa ham and eggs here Wednesday morning as they entered the home stretch of the famed 2065mile Economy Run from Los An geles Calif to Minneapolis After four days of driving the 33 men and 23 women were visibly tired Many com mented that the Tuesday leg of the trip from Wichita Kan to Des Moines was the most difficult because of the heavy truck traffic and detours made necessary by the floods in Iowa and Missouri There was however a fes tive atmosphere at the Salem Lutheran Church here where breakfast was served as the drivers and codrivers real ized the end was fewer than 140 miles away As each car pulled into Lake Mills a trip slip for the leg from Des the drivers stayed Tuesday night handed each driver The slip told the driver his ex act travel time between the two communities Each car entered in the run has had three passengers from Los Angeles There are the driver and codriver together with an observer who keeps a careful check to see that the driver stays within specifica tions set up by the Mobilgas Co and the US Auto Club There are four divisions of cars entered in the c o m p a c t six cylinder Minnesota Fair and cooler Highs Thursday in 40s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly above normal Wednesday night through next Monday Afternoon highs will be in the 40s Overnight lows will be from 32 to 40 degrees It will be cooler Thursday and again about Sunday and warmer about Friday and Monday No WITH THE ECONOMY RUN DRIVERS Judy Thompson Hollywood Calif alights from her car for breakfast in Lake Mills Wednesday on the final leg of the Mobilgas Economy Run from Los Angeles to Minneapolis Miss Thompson is one of 23 women drivers making the run At right a U S Auto Club official flags one of the cars in the Econ omy Run to a stop in Lake Mills Officials check the starting and stopping times of each of the 56 con testants on each leg of the run e i g h tcylinder low priced and high priced Although entrants designate the makes and models they want to represent them the rules set up by the USAC say that the cars had to be picked from showroom floors ware house stocks and assembly lines From the moment of its selection until the run ends a car never leaves USAC jur isdiction When officials are satisfied that the car was completely stock in every de tail they place some 50 seals on it so that unauthorized changes cannot be made along the route During the run the USAC officials in the cars also are responsible to report any vi olation of traffic laws Every violation means a gas con suming penalty Penalties are also assessed for failure to complete a days leg within a specified time Leaders in the four di visions after the Des Moines leg were Compact Les Viland in a Rambler sixcylinder Mary Hauser in a Plymouth eight cylinder Mary Davis in a Plymouth and George Alsbury in an Imper ial The entire fleet compiled an overall average of 2163 miles a gallon during the first four legs of the run Vilands Rambler led all cars with 29 miles to the gallon of consequence precipitation is expected GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 48 Minimum 31 the final count was in the vote broke the pre vious record set in 1952 of 1018149 Coming on the heels of his spectacular sweep in New Hampshire last month this was Kennedys second straight vie lory in an important presiden tial primary He had said that winning six district races plus a majority of the popular vote would consti tute a victory for him Any gravy was no State employe is victim of accident WASHINGTON M Roger Hundley 53 maintenance em ploye for the Iowa l Highway Commission was killed late Tuesday when struck by a car thing else would be Kennedy said There gravy BUT KENNEDY said he delighted with the result He added I never took the view that we could win all 10 districts despite the pollsters If we end up with 57 per cent of the Demo cratic vote we will be doing very well Humphrey said the election caused him no pain I suppose numerically Im the defeated candidate he said but if Im defeated I certainly iucaua wiien sirucK oy a car uv about two miles north of hereidont hurtIn HSht of the Pre on Highway 63 He had just finActions made we have every ished working on a road project reason to believe we did and officers said he apparcntly was getting into his truck The driver of the car was Walter Moore Waterloo EGG ROLL SET WASHINGTON Ifl An old Washington tradition the chil drens Easier egg roll at the White House will be held this year on April 18 the day after Easter SAME Sen Thruston B Morton chairman of the Republican na ional committee replied to Democratic taunts by saying that Vice President Nixon had shown tremendous grass roots appeal Nixon unopposed In the GOP primary in Wisconsin polled about 30 per cent of the total Pitted against a half million dollar contest between these two Democrats Vice President Nix on without organized campaign received more votes than any unopposed candidate has ever won in Wisconsin primary Morton said DIES UNDER TRUCK MUSCATINE UPI John P Dillon 55 guard at the Grain Processing Co alcohol plant here was killed Tuesday when he was run over by the dual wheels of a semitrailer   

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