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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper t h a t ma k es a 11 N or th low a n s VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1962 n e ig h b o r s 10c a Paper Consists of Five SectionsSection One HOME EDITION No Few bright spots talks r i sa r m Disarmament only secondary issue at Geneva confab By MARGUERITE HIGGINS New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Not so long ago Prime Min ister Macmillan was asked by newsmen to diagnose the periodic summit campaigns staged by Premier Khrush chev With just a hint of a twinkle in his eye the Prime Minister conceded that there are all sorts of complicated and conflicting theories about Khrushchevs motivations but added that in his opinion a very very was often overlooked I think Mr Khrushchev rather enjoys himself at these summit affairs said theBritish leader He enjoys matching wits the dramatic flourishes the world limelight even the travel and all that sort ofthing Proof that it pays to advertise Slogans hog conversation By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW YORK the alarm went off at 7 on a Monday morning afte during which a rainy weekend theJones family had stayed glued to the television set and reading their newspapers Mrs Jones sprang from her twin bed stretched prettily and announced to her husband Dart ing I slept a full eight and I feel so rested No sign of sleeping pill hangover Mr Jones raised a smiling face from his pillow and nodded And I feel great No clogged sinuses no achy feeling I guess I wont have to use my noseograph at all this morning Those 12way cold capsules with the millions of little timepills are like magic As Mrs Jones went down to prepare breakfast her husband dressed He brushed his teeth three once with the paste for people who cant brush after every meal once with the bac teriakilling paste and once with the paste that holds its full quota of and shaved once with the lather that makes every whisker stand up straight and once with an electric shaver to reach his hidden beard Do you notice the delicious tangy aroma released when I pour water in this full rich in stant coffee asked Mrs Jones as her husband sat down at the table Their son entered Wake up everybody he shouted Do I see Country Corn Flakes on the table See his Mrs Jones con tinued not just clean but clean clear through whiter than white Sure said Mr Jones but I notice hes still using that greasy kid stuff on his hair After all nine out of ten doctors prescribe the no its hopeless It provides a kind of exhilara tion But since Western leaders have many other things to do besides providing a good thea ter for Khrushchev it is still a good question to ask why Mac millan and President Kennedy seem to be lowering previous barriersto a summit and head ing for a meeting with Khrush chev in Geneva in late May even though no official of any country can speak convincing ly of any visible area of possible agreement Prospects for disarmament or 2 test ban are certainly dark since the Soviets are demanding in effect that the opening phases of any such agreements be based on the principal of rmu lual trust meaning each na tion to inspect itself rather than submit to checkups by outsiders The impertinence of this de mand for trust has probably not been understood throughout were hooked You mean Jones asked Mrs I mean said Mr Jones firm like those advertising characters He put on his hat tapped it twice said Extra margin and lit a mans cigarette taking a long deep drag while watching his wife with a quizzical look on his handsome face SAME 109 fltg Traffic Death fe 24 Houri prominent Americans were thor oughly duped by the Red tac in Photofax GETS IN Mil ler 10 Falls City Neb has heard the talk about enroll ment booms at universities And he wants to get in early He has asked for application blanks for the freshman class of 1969 at Iowa State Univer sity scope that it took at least 10 months in preparation The Soviet decision to test therefore was made no later than November 1960 sometime before or after Kennedys elec tion But in December J1960 a number of New Fron tiersmen went to a pugwasti science conference in and in secret but strangely similar talks with Soviet scien tific officials got the word that the this time were really serious a test agree ment The point is that the top rank ing Soviet scientists who were passing out this line in Decem ber I960 in order to keep Amer talking while they prepared j twvw irnm GiJCH lill the world because most people for testing were by virtue of have not yet grasped the scope their positions a party to the al thoroughness and brashness of readymade Soviet test decision all too recent Soviet tactics in In London when tho keeping nuclear cretly preparing only to Moscow in en Indeed many patriotic and thusiasm disarmament pros pects are somewhat sidestepped Indeed according to British of ficials disarmament is mainly day administration officials contogether world leaders who in tend that the Soviet September fact want to talk of many other test series of 1961 was of such things Brother Ed tosses hat in the ring BOSTON Iff Edward M Ken nedy youngest brother of Presi dent Kennedy announced Wednes day as expected that he will seek election to the Senate seat his brother held before winning the presidency Kennedy will run for the Demo cratic nomination in a double the party convention en dorsement in June and in the September primary Kennedy forces powerful Massa chusetts clans should cratic skirmishing in years Present candidates for the Re o u i T j rV are xious to miaiise me Cabot Lodge and US Rep Laupowers believe such rence Curtis Neither side is yielding GENEVA AP For the first ime in almost two years Russia and the Western Allies started a new round of disarmament nego iations Wednesday with some lope of restricting but much less hope of a stopping the nuclear arms race The 17nation UN disarmament lommittee met at the Palace of Nations in late afternoon for a leremonial session The last big disarmament conference broke down in 1960 The delegates including US Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei romyko heard the resumption of negotiations hailed as signal ng in itself an easing of East IVest tensions American sources said just be iore the session opened that the Western powers and Russia might De able to negotiatean agreement to block the spread of nuclear weapons and thus begin to bring the arms race under control Western officials saw little pros pect of agreements in coming months however whichwoulc halt the manufacture of nuclear weapons The outlook is dim too foi stopping nuclear weapons testing In both cases officials said the apparently insuperable barrier is Russias unwillingness to open up its territory to international in spection The official goal of the new LJNsponsored conference in the Palace of Nations was an allem bracing treaty for genera and complete disarmament But the Western powers regarded such a reaty as an ideal which cannot ae achieved in the present state fo EastWest relations The United States and Britain went into the conference with ob jectives far short of a blanket commitment to total disarma ment The two big Western pow rs hoped the conference might achieve 1 An accord with the Soviet Union to stop the spread of nu clear the knowhow or their coua tries which do not possess them 2 An EastWest nonaggression pact between the North Atlantic and Communist Warsaw alli ances 3 Measures to guard against surprise attack including possib ly zones of international inspec tion along the cold war frontiers that could be pilot projects for future disarmament inspection Agreement on these disarma the ment preliminaries could clear Demothe way for the summit confer in the Soviet Premier Khrushchev is an DOING THE TWIST Even the Ma son City snowmen apparently have caught on to the twist the latest dance craze This snowman started out last weekend as a conventional sedate fat fellow and then slowly disintegrated under the suns rays until he assumed this unusual twisting pose His partner is Kathy Eilenfeldt 11 daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert F Eilenfeldt 1442 Carolina PI NE who helped make him N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No new Eicfrmann evidence JERUSALEM Israel Adolf Eichmann sen tenced to hang for his rolein the slaughter of six million Jews in Europe during World War II has not produced any new his appeal it was re ported The appeal will be heard starting March 22 bya fiveman Israeli supreme court i New Iowa brochure OKd DES MOINES The Legislative Interim Com mittee authorized Gov Norman Erbe to proceedwith the publication of a 22page brochure designed to at tract outofstate tourists to Iowa But the committee said the governor will have to find the needed for it Guard removed at hospital EINGHAMTON NY The police department withdrew a heavyguard detail that stood watch at Binghamton General Hospital The hospital had re ceived bomb threats because six infants died there after overdoses of salt in their formulas Waterloo ears flood WATERLOO Waterloo stepped up its flood fighting efforts after Mayor Ed Jochumsen predicted the city would get a major flood this spring which could well exceed the damaging overflow on t h e Cedar River here last year Probe procedures protested WASHINGTON The Senate study of alleged military muzzling erupted into a lively squabble with Sen Strom Thurmond DSC complaining that efforts were being made to stifle the inquiry Helicopters ordered to Iowas snowbound areas Western limited agreements would provide a start stheso Henry Cabot toward building confidence be thn tween the West and the Commu the United Nations and senator nist world and thus lay the from Massachusetts before Presigroundwork for actual disarma dent Kennedy wrested the seat ment measures Already in the contest is him in 1952 chusetts Atty Gen Edward Candidate Kennedy now an as McCormack Jr a nephew ofisislant district attorney in Bos House Speaker John W McCorjton reached the 30year mini u j u r mum aSe for a senator only last The seat now is held by Sen month McCormack is 38 Benjamin A Smith who does not seek return to the Senate for the ly that weve got to slop talking two yeara remaining in the term tj A IIIO 13 11 lO The clash of McCormack and for elective public office Kennedy is the youngest of his family and at 6 feet 2 inches is the tallest This is his first try EDWARD KENNEDY AND WIFE JOAN Ataglance Kennedys as By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kennedy family made news Wednesday The scheduled a news conference in Washington His mother Mrs Rose Ken nedy reported resting com fortably in a Boston hospital after a hernia operation His wife Jacqueline made her first address during a visit to India His brother Robert the at torney testified on his recent world tour before a closed door session of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Commit tee His younger brother Edward his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the US Senate seat once held by President DES MOINES UPI Twojonto the Iowa Air National Guard helifreight copters were dispatched to Sioux City Wednesday to airlift doctors to families marooned in the area by snowdrifts Adj Gen Junior F Miller said the helicopters were sent from Boone piloted by Capt Gerald D May and Capl Mah lon R McGee both of Des Moines Miller said Ihe request for airborne assistance was sent to Gpv Norman Erbe by Sheriff F 0 Whitey Rosenberger of Woodbury County At Marshalltown residents were busy getting a jump on flood preparations with volun teers erecting sandbags along the riverfront Some 10000 sand bags were placed along the dike during the night At Fort Dodge an 84car Illi nois Central freight train was freed from a snowplugged cut on the main line about 15 miles west of here after railroad crews for more than 14 hours A handshoveling crew of 15 labored through thenight after arriving aboard a work train dispatched from Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon Diesel units were pulled off an castbound freight at Denison and dis patched lo the scene to hook rear of the stalled The westbound freight be came stuck in the same deep cut where a major traffic block occurredduring a severe snow storm in 1936 North Iowa Mostly cloud Wednesday night with occa sional snow showers north east cold lows 49 Parti cloudy and coldThursdai highs in the 20s Iowa Partly cloudy west mos ly cloudy east with snow flui ries extreme northeast Wed nesday night colder wes lows zero to 5 above north west 1520 southeast Parti cloudy and continued col Thursday highs in the Further outlook Parti cloudy and a little warme Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperature Thursday through Monda will average 15 to 20 degree below normal It will be col at the beginning of the perio with a rising trend over th weekend Normal lows are th 20s normal highs the 40 Precipitation will average 1 to 20 of an inch in norther Iowa and 40 to 60 of an inc elsewhere occurring as rai or snow mostly near the en of the week Minnesota Variable cloudines snow flurries Highs Thur day in 20s GlobeGazette Weather Dat up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 23 Minimum IG Precipitation Trace On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 678 North Iowa News 18 Sports 1920 Clear Lake 2223 Latest Markets28 Mason CityNews 2829 Comics 30 Transit Schedule 34 follow snows Towns being dug out BOM OUB WIRE SERVICES Snowplows churned through mountainous drifts Wednesday lulling palhs to lowns left nowbound by a paralyzing March storm across the Great Plains The snows dwindled to flur in five prairie and Midwest tates But scores of towns were till walled off hundreds of ichools were closed and the threat of thawtriggered floods mounted The plows opened the way for mndreds of travelers in Iowa and Minnesota who were caught by the storm and had to take refuge in roadside villages and rarm houses Among the freed storm refu gees was a 27member touring heater troupe headed by act Faye Emerson and Eva Le Galliene The actors were marooned for two days in the quiet hamlet of Mountain Lake Minn They got out Wednesday when the plows broke through leadhigh drifts surrounding town As skies cleared over the prairies another snow storm blew up in the southwest the heavy and persistent snpws carried the threat of dis astrous spring floods Rivers were already over their banks in the eastern Midwest From 15 to 20 families had to leave their homes in Grand Rapids Ohio when an ice jam pushed the Maumee River over flood stage Flood waters from the Shiawassee River forced re moval of 15 patients from a nursing home at Owosso Mich An estimated 50 families had been driven fromtheir homes along the Ohio River in the Me tropolis 111 region In the east flood waters blocked 100 second ary roads and one primary route in northern and central Virginia The Milwaukee Weather Bureau added a footnote to winters dreary tale It announced there aas been no sunshine in Milwau kee since March 6 and only 59 minutes of sunshine in the past 10 days Northwest Iowa took up weary battle again to free that part of the state from one of win worst snow storms Winds which piled snow in mountainous drifts Tuesday had subsided con siderably Wednesday However it still would be hours before highways were open to safe travel Colder air poured into north west Iowa Wednesday to add to the discomfort The Iowa Highway Commission said primary roads south and east of a line From Glcmvood to In dianola Marshalltown Oelwein and Osage were near normal West of this line highways were 25 per cent snow packed in the south and east to 100 per cent snow packed or icy in the north and west North of Iowa 175 and west of Iowa 17 all highways were blocked or open to oneway traf fic only There were numerous oneway spots outside of this area and Iowa 141 was blocked east of Manning Y NOW HE NEEDS AN Ellinson Des Moines Roosevelt High School wrestling coach inspects a fully used and newlydecovated car he re ceived from the team Turning over the Photofax keys are CoCaptains Dave Broome and Bill Smith This was actually an empty jalopy has no engine But the wrestlers said next years team can do the rest   

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