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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper Edited for thtHomt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY iOWA MONDAY JULY 31 1961 c a CopyWThl Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 25S One Afons Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU 11300 pm Sunday KWLC Oecorah 12iOi i45 pm Sun WOI Ames 640 am Tuesday WTA0 Quincy O30I pm Thurs WSUI Iowa City 19101 am Sat Right in our own backyard I FEEL LIKE jj that central character in Russell Her man Conwells famous story Acres of Diamonds must have felt After looking the world over for diamonds he found the true riches right in his own backyard With the lec ture earnings from that story repeated many thousand times Conwell founded Temple versity The wealth which I have found figuratively in my own backyard is the beauty which resides in the Dells of Wiscon sin It has been a discovery much too long deferred And I have nobody to blame but my self The part of my life not lived in Iowa mostly northeastern Iowa and not far from Wiscon sin incidentally was lived in Wisconsin where I began my breadwinning career as a po DEAF SQUARE DANCE Palmer Lee of Manly right calls the turns for a group of young peo ple square dancing All are deaf They took over a 1 Mason City ballroom Saturday evening to celebrate I the 30th anniversary of the Mascia Club an organiza tion of deaf mutes Feeling the vibrations of the mu sic permits the dancers to keep time Club members attended from Des Moines Fort Dodge Charles City Ames Algona Mason City and other cities in Iowa and Minneapolis Alden Rochester and others in Min nesota More than 100 attended the clubs picnic Sun day at Clear Lake State Park Stockpiling in Berlin provides for all needs By ERNIE WEATHERALL New York Herald Tribune News Service BERLIN Like Joseph in lice reporter on the Milwaukee j the Old Testament who gath Journal I would be pretty hard put to offer a plausible expla nation why I havent visited this ered food during the seven pros perous years and stored it away for a time of dearth West Ber are in the great storage facili ties in Weslhafen West Berlins b i g inland seaport where barges arrive each dayfrom West Germany THERE IS NOTHING secret about the storage program In fact some of the supplies come scenic spot in the very heart ofjlin js doing the same in thefrom Iron Curtain countries the Badger State long ago event the citys fragile supply A good example of this is the Even though this region alongjijnes wjth the free world arejthousands of tons of wheat the Wisconsin River contains rejsevered again minders of many other scenic This stockpiling has been go spots it has a unique charm of Qn ever since the end of the its own If there is another 15jBerlin Blockade jn 194849 when mile stretch of river beauty d airlift k t lhe be more lovely than Wisconsin sjsi city live Dells it hasnt come to my The buk of the stockpile is notice m my travels about the shj d from the free world and wnVlf i i t mi world HAVING NOTED THIS Im passes through Communist East Germany either by barge in undecided about where to boxcars or is trucked with the story iover the autobahn Should we talk first about thei items of interest along the way in their order of viewing Should we dwell on the his tory of the Dells since the white man first laid eyes on the fairy land Headquarters of the stockpile stored in silos and granaries from the Russian Ukraine The wheat was shipped to West Ber lin under a trade agreement be tween the West German gov ernment and the Soviet Union It is ironic that with the Com munist satellite countries suf fering from a food shortage tons of barley and other grains from East Germany and Hun gary have made their way to the houses are crammed with can ned meat from Poland vege tables from Czechoslovakia and fruit from Yugoslavia With the West German mark about the DAVENPORT childihardcst currency in Europe Should we describe the placets dead Monday after Curtain countries eagerly the region has had in lndiandrank lighter fluid Sunday jf Child dies after drinking Message to JFK Britain moves to join ma rket WASHINGTON UPD Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has sent an President informal message to Kennedy apparently dealing with the Berlin foodstuf o Wea Berlm life What started out as a summer Or should we go clear back j afternoon barbeque ended in into the geological past whendeath for Michael James Ray the rocks of the Dells Cam brian sandstone were laid down 17monthold son of Mr and Mrs Donald Ray of Davenport to booster their foreign ex change WHEN THE VAST stockpiling began after the airlift Eber hard Wolff was appointed di as the sandy bed of the sea The boy drank a quantity ofjrector and jjs fjrst was to itnAAi il n 1 i i i i j n J T What you see today is the prodj charcoal lighter fluid Dr Roljfind piaces to store his reserve uct of an endless argument bejlin Perkins county medical m the war shattered tween water and rocks withjexaminer ruled that death wasicjjv wind erosion figuring perhapsaccidental in some slight measure The starting point of the trip through the Dells by double decked cruiser son Dells bourn We point by bus is from Wiscon called Kil IOWA DROWNINGS Enough fuel has been stock piled to keep busses trucks and other vital transportation going MOUNT PLEASANT raw material is stored so ph Durby 45 of Nevada that factories can continue pro drowned Sunday apparjducing This will prevent unem ployment from soaring the way from Wadisonently while swimming in a Continued on Page 2 ilarge pond on the State Menial Health Institute grounds He was a patient at the hospital THUNDER STORMS Iowa Partly cloudy scattered thunderstorms north and central Monday night and over most of state Tuesday Lows middle 60s crisis US disarmament adviser John J McCloy disclosed Monday he will bring the message to Ken nedy following talks with the So viet leader last Wednesday at Khrushchevs Black Sea vacation villa McCloy who rushed home to LONDON Minister Harold Macmillan announced Monday Britain will apply for membership in the European Common Market He told the House of Com mons that Britains actual en Market good for America By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK UP Many American businessmen contend that the bigger and stronger European trading bloc now in the making can be more of an opportunity for American busi ness than a competitive threat This also has been the of ficial US government view over the last decade It has ap plauded the idea of the Euro pean Common Market This has the longterm goal of making trade between its members as free as that be tween the states of the Ameri can Union THE COMMON MARKET na tions have shown remarkable industrial growth in the last few years as tariff walls were being lowered bit by bit American firms have found a big market there for their goods And an increasing num ber have spent large sums building branch plants in Eur ope to get in on the common benefits With Britain leading the way try into the sixnation economic I tered into until it has been ap group will depend however on what made arrangements to protect the can be interests of its partners in the British Commonwealth To enter these negotiations report on his conversations indi cated to reporters on his arrival here that Khrushchevs message was a verbal one rather than a written statement INFORMED SOURCES said McCloy had informed Kennedy in a preliminary written report that Khrushchev was surprised and up northwest to middle 70s southse by the presidents radioTV Kingdom Switzerland Austria east Highs 80s northwest to 90 southeast Iowa FiveDay Forecast Temper atures during days Tuesday the next five through Satur day will average near or slight ly above normal Continued warm with only minor day to day changes Normal lows will be in the 60s Normal highs will be in the 80s Rainfall will aver age about 80 with an inch or more in northern Iowa Minnesota Occasional cloudiness north considerable cloudiness south through Tuesday Occa sional periods of showers and thunderstorms continuing into speech on Berlin One source de scribed Khrushchev as angered by the speech These sources said Khrushchev and McCloy devoted threefourths of their discussion to the subject of Berlin andKennedys speech They said McCloy reported that Khrushchev charged Kennedy had deliberately distorted the Soviet position on Berlin theres now a likelihood that other European nations will join the Common Market cither on a full or partial mem bership basis The Common Market consists of France West Germany Italy the Netherlands Belgium and Luxembourg The Outer Seven consists of the United Portugal Denmark Norway and Sweden proved by the House after full consultation with other Com monwealth countries he said THE COMMON MARKET founded by the Treaty of Rome t is necessary to make formal m 1957has as lts lhc erec application to common tanff wal1 the imports which pend on results of the negblthreatens British trade Wllh a tiations he explained Part of the Continent It These negotiations must tariffs amonS mera evitably be of n detailed echnical character They may therefore be protracted and there can of course be no guar antee of success Macmillan added that when the negotiations have been con The six nations of France Italy West Germany Belgium Netherlands and Luxembourg also aim at a loose degree of political integration Macmillans proposal already be The duty of has stirred UP opposition in the government to recommend to the House what course we shall pursue No agreement will be en Pass bill to call up reservists WASHINGTON Monday gave President Ken nedy full authority to put one quarter of a million reserv ists into uniform and add 12 months to military enlistments and active duty tours The House voted overwhelm ing approval of the emer gency resolution previous ly passed by the Senate This sent it to the White House six days after Kennedy called for an immediate defense build up to deter or win any fight fer Berlin and to meet Com munist threats elsewhere in the world The resolution specifically empowers the President to call on active duty for one year up to 250000 ready re servists as individuals or in units It also authorizes ex tended training periods for all of the 2440000 members of the ready reserves BERLIN ALERT BERLIN Berlins US British and Frjench garrisons Monday held another early SOME AMERICAN businessmorning alert practicing thej men see1 the efforts of the of the threatened city ner Six and the Outer Seven to get together as a potential threat to US business They think the absence of tariffs among the European members and the common tar iff wall against outside goods both Conservative and Labor party ranks where it is feared competition would hurt some British industries and workers Other objections include a probable loss of some sov ereignty if Britain actually joins the Common Market BRITAINS ADHERENCE to the terms of the Rome treaty as it now stands would wreck he imperial preference system To a nation like New Zealand for instance whose whole econ omy is geared to its agricul tural production it could mean financial ruin Such objections have long de terred Britain from joining the six Another problem to be settled is the future of the European Free Trade Association the sevennation trading bloc formed by Britain Austria Denmark Norway Sweden Switzerland and Portugal as a Irival to ECM Bulletin DES MOINES U S Weather Bureau Monday is sued this severe thunderstorm forecast Thunderstorm ac tivity is expected to intensify in south central Minnesota into western Iowa Monday afternoon and move eastward as scattered thunderstorm ac tivity 60 miles either side of a line from Spencer la to Rockford III until 9 p m Monday According to this a c c o u n t m further hamstririg Ameri fn H MiP nv mp Rpr Khrushchev told McCloy the Bercgn cx ag Europe hn problem was a rotten tooth rospers industrially its goods f It nf frt Vm rtvf inrf hft I that had to be extracted and he intended to go ahead with plans to sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany may become more of a com petitive threat in American markets Other businessmen admit it did during the war Ration cards for West Berlins 2500000 residents have been jprinted and the minute a blockt0 jj ani jade begins they will be issued Maximum land the reserve supplies put Minimum into circulation At 8 am Not forgotten are the brewers Sunrise of West Berlin Enough malt Sunset Sports Bulletin BOSTON four in nings of play in the AllStar game the score is American Leaguers 1 National Leag uers 0 SAME SCHOOL MISS ASBUHY PARK N J redhaired 16yearold from Texas has been named Miss High School of America Crowned Sunday was Vivian Sutherland of Houston hops and barley have been stored away so Berliners can enjoy a foaming glass of beer ieven though their Communist jsurrounded island is cut off by another blockade Nationalist given assurance on China policy WASHINGTON UPI Na tionalist Chinas Vice President THE SOVIET leader also wasjthese handicaps will exist But Tuesday in southeast Warmerisajd to have commented thatthcv say this can be offset by southwest Tuesday highs 7585jthcre obviouslv had to be somethc general rise in European discussions about the Berlin which ilieans more GlobeGazette weather data upi4 for industrial goods jthat Americans make best Also a general rise in Eui ropean consumer prosperity will give new millions the wherewithal to buy the kind of consumer goods that Ameri cans lead in developing and producing Set hearing for Wilke 89 69 70 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 47 of a summit meeting sources said McCloy declined to discuss the contents of the message he was delivering to the Fresident He said he planned to see Kennedy as soon as possible but was White House not on Mondays calling list Chairman J William Fulbright GlobeGazette weather data up DArk of the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee said he did to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 89 60 Turn up noses at deodorant commercials NEW YORK Westerns Premier Chen talks Monday Cheng opcnirigland deodorant commcricals were with President IN WITCHES GULCH Some might find the fore ground more diverting than the water and woodland background in tins picture It was taken in one of the spots described by Editor Earl Hall in his com mentary about the Dells of Wisconsin in an adjoining column The boat is one of a fleet operated for sight seers by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Kennedy was assured that the United States was opposed to admission of Red China to the United Nations Chen was greeted by Vice President Lyndon B Johnson when he arrived at National Air port here for talks with Ken nedy about the US position on recognition and admission to the United Nations for Red China and Outer Mongolia They drove directly to the White House Johnson speaking for Ken nedy told Chen that the United Stales has a firm determina tion not only to stand by our declarations but to project them by action coolly and with fore sight given the lowest grades of all television programing in a poll conducted by the National Audi ence Board 1 The board reporting Sunday on a poll of more than 2400 com munity opinion leaders said 68 per cent of the leaders had turned thumbs down on horse operas while 91 per cent had turned noses up at deodorant commer cials The board judged most Ameri can television mediocre with some notable exceptions News and weather shows were rated good or excellent by fi5 pel cent while public affairs shows got good or excellent marks from 81 per cent and sports from 72 per cent not believe Khrushchev would go as far as to start a nuclear war over Berlin But he said he had no reason to believe Khrushchev j DES MOINES was bluffing in his threats to oust i Executive Council The State Monday selj the allies FULBRIGHT ALSO suggested that the United States and allies negotiate more with the Reds on Berlin and a wide range of global problems He said We have been remiss in not making proposals We have not been as aggressive as we should be Gen Curtis Lemay Air Force chief of staff said it was possible this country might use atomic weapons in a limited war He ad Sept I for a hearing for suspendi cd Highway Patrolman Robert H Wilkc of Chariton Wilke 31 presently undergoing1 voluntary psychiatric examination at an Iowa City hospital had ad mitted his abduction earlier this month was a hoax j He said he had spent a end in a Sioux City hotel with Mrs Nancy Grubbs 49 also of Chariton while hundreds of per sons searched southern Iowa for vocated using whatever strengthhim was necessary to handle any given situation On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 7 Society 89 North Iowa News 10 Sports1112 Wilke father of three children was suspended on a charge of em bezzlement by public officer in the disappearance of his service revolver It later was recovered in a lake near Chariton The council hearing for Wilkc was requested by his attorney Albert V Hass of Chariton Under state law a suspended Mason City news 1415 j highway patrolman may request Latest markets 14 ja show cause hearing before the Clear Lake news 16 council pending his discharge AP Phptofax FREEMAN AT AUCTION Secretary of Agricul ture Orville L Freeman right gets a look at a to bacco auction sale in action at Valdosta Ga as part of a tour through south Georgia 1   

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