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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for Hw CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL f The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors tnd OaJUd rrtu toUnattoiMfl Full Wlwi MASON CITY iOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1961 copjrJThto Paper of Two SectionsSection On No 28S One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO iloOOi pm KWLC Decorab 1240i pm Sun WOI Ames 1640 Tuesday WTAD Qoinc pm Tburs WSTJI Citj 910 Sat You cant unscramble an egg TN ANY DISCUSSION of whether the United States should expand its public health program the experience of Great Britain in this field in variably is brought into the act Sometimes its by way of as suring us that the not be repeated in this country sometimes its by way of de fending what has happened in Britain and urging a like pro gram for United States Government concern for pub lic health at the national level in the British Isles goes back about half a century It began with the indigent class but by degrees it grew to include many not thus classifiable When socialized medicine burst fullflowered on Britain just after World War II about a fourth or a fifth of the peo ple were already under the na tional health program What happened was in truth merely an impressive of something already established Those who contend that financ ing health care of the aged through the Social Security sys of need con a step toward socialized medicine most ob viously have support for their position in the British parallel COOL Iowa Cloudy continued cool Monday flight occasional rain or drizzle east north and in northeast Tuesday Warmer west and central Tuesday Lows Monday night 40s north west to 50s southeast Highs Tuesday 70s northwest to 60s southeast FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 6 degrees below normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs are from 75 to 82 and normal lows from 53 to 60 degrees Warm er Tuesday cooler Thursday and warmer again Saturday Rainfall will be moderate to heavy averaging 75 to 15 inches in showers Wednesday night or Thursday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 59 Minimum 49 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 89 Minimum 67 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 93 Minimum 48 Precipitation 68 Minnesotans to turn jy 9L1 back clocks MINNEAPOLIS nesotans will gain an hour of sleep Monday night At 2 am Tuesday the state returns to standard time That means that clocks Monday night must be set back an hour There will be some confusion along the Wisconsin border for the next three weeks The Bad ger state doesnt leave daylight savings time until Sept 24 Minnesotas daylight time pe riod conforms to the opening and closing of schools SHELLED AGAIN TAIPEI The Chinese Corn lands Sunday night for the first time in 16 days It was on the THERE ARE THOSE of course who are forthright in admitting that they would like to see the British story of so cialized medicine repeated in the United States Their central and most persuasive argument is wrapped up in this asser tion No responsible person Nationalist defenders Britain has proposed returning celebraUon of armed forces day to private medicine The answer most frequently given to this in fair ness I think I should present it right When a nation turns to so cialism it crosses the Rubicon There is no turning hack It was so with our own New Deal and its even more true of socialized medicine Others express this same idea West glum as it prods Russ to control Abomb testing Youth has its fling Fire hoses brought out BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Youthful revelers tanked up with beer and liquor staged al most simultaneous riots early to day in widely separated sections of the country At Lake George NY 1500 boys and girls mostly college stu dents went on a rampage after emerging from tavernrs in the Ad irondack Mountain resort village The teenagers surging through the streets throwing beer cans at random finally were quelled by highpressurefirerhoses About 75 were arrested on charges of pub lic intoxication and disorderly conduct Outside Indianapolis an angry mob of about 150 young dragrace fans We want booze we want beer marched on the suburban community of Clermont Ind It took more than 75 police to break up the mob part of several thousand fans assembled for the national drag championships at Raceway Park Authorities said the rioters ap parently had run out of beer and liquor Indiana taverns are closed on Sundays throughout the night Using a bus as a portable jail authorities arrested 15 youths ranging in ages from 17 to 21 eluding a driver in one of the WINTER FUN EARLY Karen left and Martha Baxter play in snow at their Denver home It was the citys Earliest snowfall on record andmeasured Weatherwise that is AP Photofax four inches Record low temperatures accompanied the snow Man a real cool holiday munists shelled the Quemoy Israces sponsored by the National jc jt r i more succinctly and pictures quely Theres no such thing as un scrambling a scrambled egg NOW FOR A FEW MINUTES lets look at the evidence and the arguments on both sides of highly debatable subject In this Ill have the assistance of my newspapers editorial re search bureau in Washington Well lead off by considering how well the program is ac doctors dentists and other professionals on the one hand and by the British public on the other An overwhelming of British doctors now participate in what is called the National Health Service More than 22 000 general practitioners in Eng land Scotland and Wales were enrolled last March 1 Fewer than 600 doctors in England and Wales have remained aloof Of 11200 dentists in England Wales available for gen eral practice 10300 arc in the service Virtually all of Scot lands 1300 dentists are par ticipants Other participants include eye specialists and nearly 39000 we would call pharmacists More than 3000 hospitals have sub mitted to the jurisdiction of he Continued tn W SAME DATE1960365 Hot Rod Association All were charged with disorderly conduct Iowa sending the mercury down rapidly after the midsummerlike heat Saturday It was a decidedly end in the Rockies for campersLcool Labor Day in most areas of DENVER Colo and cold snapping all kinds of rec fishermen golfers boaters and others who revel under sunny skies The cold front slashed into oth At Ocean City Md a wouldbejer parts of the Midwest including riot of some 2000 teenage vaca tioners was forestalled by more than 100 policemen and three snarling police dogs Officials said the milling crowd on the boardwalk was working itj self up into a riot mood including acting disorderly making imj proper remarks and tossing girls into the air with blankets Authorities blamed the unrest mainly to the collegians on their last summer flings the nations midsection with tem peratures in the 50s and low 60s The storm sloshing four inches of wet fastmelting snow on Den travelers in mountain areas where the snowfall measured up to two feet There were no reports of severe hardships Loveland Pass the US 6 route which crosses the Continental Di vide at 11992 feet west of Den ver was blocked for a short ver stranded briefly thousands of time Trail Ridge Road another On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News67 Latest Markets 7 Society News89 News Comics 14 Clear Lake News 15 Transit Schedule 16 North Iowa News 18 KENNEDY SISTERS IN BELGRADE AP of President Kennedy Mrs vian laccwork shown them by Mme Stephen Smith and Mrs Sargent Jovanca Bim wife of Yugoslavian Shriver who currently are touring En leader Marshal Titoduring visit to the rope examine a specimen of Yugosla presidential residence inBelgrade N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Strike near for GM Motors Corporations hour ly workers were spending their paid Labor Day holi day getting ready to close down GMs plants in the event the company and the United Auto Workers fail to have a contract settlement in sight by strike a m Wednesday Neutralists undecided BELGRADE Yugoslavia A sharp clash de veloped among the selfproclaimed nonaligned na tions meeting here over whether they should devote their attention to the danger of world war or colonial ism The final communique will emphasize both the danger of world war and problems of colonialism tanker explodes SARNIA Ont Canada A 250foot oil tanker exploded at the Imperial Oil Co Ltd clock here in juring six crewmen and touching off a spectacular blaze 750 are feared drowned BOGOTA Colombia are searching the wreckage of a coastal trading ship which went down in waters offBuenaventura carrying an estimated 150 persons to death More than 60 bodies have been recovered from the ship the Vence dor which was carrying between 200 and 300 per sons home from an outing when she sank off the Pacific Coast Port More criticism of Atests GENEVA The United State has delivered a blistering attack on the Soviet Union for negotiating in bad faith on an agreement for banning nuclear tests and then betraying the hopes of mankind 7 divide crossing in northern Colo rado also was closed The early storm slowed hun dreds of tourists hurrying home from late summer vacations The same storm sweeping across Montana late Friday was blamed for the disappearance o a light plane carrying three men Searchers said hope was waning for their survival through three nights of frigid weather Denver weather records fel with the snowflakes The snow was the earliest recorded at the Colorado capital since the Weath er Bureau began keeping track in 1872 The average date for the first snow is Oct 7 The 33degree minimum Sunday morning was a record low for the date The high of 46 degrees was the lowest max imum for the date Hotels and motels in mountain areas were overcrowded Saturday night by motorists who sough shelterrather than travel on the snowslickened highways At Fairplay small town HO elevation of 9964 feet public rooms of the towns principal ho tel were crowded by more than 50 travelers who spent the nigh on cots and lounges It was a startling experience said Mrs Chuck Powell of Alham bra Calif She and her husband stopped at the hotel after cover ing only 21 miles in two hours driving on US 285 nearFairplay Temperatures in 50s over Iowa Drizzly and chilly tempera tures dampened tabor Day spirits in Iowa Monday Tern peratures dropped into the 50s over most of the state during the night It isnt expected to warm up much Monday as he heavy cloud cover hangs over the slate Temperatures should be mostly in the 60s Warmer weather is likely Tuesday with temperatures in the 70s Note is sent to Moscow Little hope for agreement WASHINGTON US Offi cials said Monday they have some hope Soviet Premier Khrushchev may alter his course and accept a USBritish proposal for a ban on nuclear weapons tests in the earths atmosphere But the out look was admittedly dim For the same officials who pro fess hope of a favorable response from Moscow also say that the Soviet nuclear explosion an nounced by the White House Fri day is believed to be the first of a carefully planned series of aerial bursts They say it would require a major change in plans for Khrushchev to agree that all future tests should either go un derground or be fired in outer space Furthermore the United States has already charged the Soviet Union with using the resumption of nuclear testing as a form of atomic blackmail in an effort to frighten other countries into accepting his demands especially on Berlin and Germany Many of ficials here feel he intends to con inue brandishing his nuclear power for some time There is speculation that the So viet annoucement Friday of mili tary maneuvers in the Barents and Kara seas with various types of modern weapons fits into the same pattern of a power display designed to intimidate other na tions Whether nuclear explosions may be fired parallel with the maneuvers is also a subject of speculation The maneuvers are scheduled to itart Sunday President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan proposed to Khrushchev Sunday that their three governments agree effective immediately not o conduct nuclear tests which ake place in the atmosphere and produce radioactive fallout They set Saturday as a deadline for a reply Barring significant develop ments in the meantime officials here indicated that Kennedy would take no public action until the deadline on resumption of US nuclear testing In any event it is understood that any US test which tVie President may order will be underground or perhaps in outer space Kennedy and Macmillan said their aim in proposing the ban on atmospheric blasts is to protect mankind from the increasing haz ards from atmospheric pollution and to contribute to the reduction of international tensions In Hyannis Port it re ported that Kennedy a early international ban on tests int he atmosphere was vital to human ity This was the primary motive administration sources were said to11 believe for the challenge to Khrushchev to accept an imme diate ban Kennedy and Macmillan pro posed that US British and Soviet representatives at Geneva meet not later than Sept 9 to record this agreement against atmos pheric nuclear explosions and re port it to the United Nations As for the means of enforcing such an agreement Kennedy and Macmillan said they were pre pared to rely upon existing means of detection which they believt to be adequate and are not gesting additional control
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