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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Mason City, Iowa newspoper that mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL in MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 10 19U ttc a COMUU of Two SecUowSeciJoB Associated UniUd International Full Lease Wires No 104 U S to stop tests press for world ban WASHINGTON un Presi dent Kennedy announced Mon day that he Soviet Premier Khrushchev and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan will send special negotiators to a highlevel conference in Mos cow in midJuly for a new ef fort to conclude a nuclear test ban treaty In announcing this new break through in the long test ban exchanges Kennedy also de clared an immediate ban on any US nuclear tests in the atmosphere so long as other states do not test This put the specific question of a new round of nuclear explosions in the atmosphere up to Khrush chev We will not be the first to re sume the President said in an address prepared for commence Wallace stands pat on pledge to bar Negroes Governor to stand at door TUSCALOOSA Ala AP A spokesman for Gov George Wal lace said Monday the chief execu tive would meet two prospective Negro students at the door of the University of Alabama Tuesday and formally forbid their enroll ment The spokesman said Wallace would stand in the door of the registration hall but beyond that his plans are indefinite It alldepends en what MM fed eral folks do the spokesman said in Montgomery It was the first time Wallaces plans had been spelled out in any degree The governor and some of his top advisers planned to fly from Montgomery to Tuscaloosa Mon day afternoon and stay at a Tus caloosa hotel overnight Wallace risks a possible jail term in the integration showdown The two Negro students he has sworn to turn back returned to Alabama after a weekend in New York We shall defend our rights and we shall dare to do so the 43 yearold governor said Sunday night I am going to stand for you at the university he told the people of Alabama in a radiotelevision broadcast The students Vivian Matone of Mobile and James A Hood of Gadsden are to register Tuesday for the summer session The gov ernor has pledged to be there and stand in their way North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy cooler occasional showers Monday night Low Monday in 50s High Twos day in upper 70s Weather details on page 2 TUESDAY RITES HOLLYWOOD UPI Serv ices are set Tuesday for actress Zasu Pitts 63 who died Friday of cancer Phot of ax WOULD REGISTER AT ALABAMA James A Hood of East Gadsen Ala and Vivian J Malone of Mobile Ala both 20 walk in New Yorks Times Square area as they made plans to try to register at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa Gov George Wallace of Alabama has said he personally will attempt to bar the registration of the two Ne groes Cool weather moves in behind weekend storms FROM WIRE SERVICES Coo Canadian air was being pushed into Iowa Monday as the heat wave that had covered the state for several days start ed to fade Western Iowa began to feel the effect of the cooler drier air during the night and the mercury was expected to climb only into the 70s in the north and the 80s in other sections of the state during the afternoon A violent wind storm Sunday battered Paullina in northwest Iowa and the winds uprooted trees and knocked down power lines Paulltna was without elec tric service for more than two hours At Sibley an inch and one half of rain and some hail fell in 30 minutes and the tempera tures dropped from 93 to 60 de grees during the storm Southern Minnesota is mop ping up the damage caused by violent windstorms and tor nadoes Damage reports were exten sive from Winona lashed by a 100mile an hour windstorm Edgerton where freak sixinch hailstones hit and Janesville where a tornado touched down and destroyed the farm of Rob ert Britton The Wascca Coun ty sheriffs office said the twis ter also hit two farms in the Buffalo Lake area before dying out last night near Kenyon ment exercises at American Uni versity Such a declaration is no substitute for a formal binding I hope it will help us achieve one The understanding on the Mos cow meeting is that it will not be a Summit Session nor a foreign J ministers conference but rather a meeting of representatives of Khrushchev Kennedyx and Mac millan the representatives to be men who command their highe confidence Our hopes must be tempered with the caution of history Ken1 nedy said of the conference to break the nuclear deadlock But with out hopes go the hopes of all mankind In making his announcement Kennedy moved swiftly from one area of crucial national concern to another He was just back from Honolulu where he madea major plea to the nations mayors to join in a campaign for racial readjustment made the announce ment of the conference and the declaration of his own limited no test policy as two of the three major points of his speech at the university In the third part he said Finally my fellow Ameri cans let us reexamine our at titude toward peace and freedom here at home The quality and spirit of our own society must justify and support our efforts abroad Bulletin MOSCOW UPI British Labor Party Leader Harold Wilson met with Nikita Krush chev and said the Soviet lead er held out no hope for a nu clear test ban agreement in the foreseeable future DEATH CAR The car driven by William Louis Peters 20 Forest City is upside down in a ditch after the twocar smashup that resulted in Peters death early Sunday morning Occupants of the car were pinned in after the accident that occurred in heavy rain Whitney tot serious in car mishap Victor Whitney 3 713 Jack son SW is in serious condition at Mercy Hospital with injuries suffered in a Sunday evening carpedestrian accident It was reported Monday that improve ment of condition is indicated however Police reported that the boy son of Mr and Mrs Marion T Whitney ran into the street at or near his home and into the left side of the front bumper of a car driven by Luverne Roy Smith 814 Jackson SW The boy was also hit by the left front door of the car and was rolled or thrown 14 feet from the point where he was hit The boy suffered a broken collarbone both legs broken multiple contusions and abra sions and possible head injuries Bulletin WASHINGTON ident Kennedy signed into law a bill under which certain women workers must be paid the same a s men when they perform the same job by Elwin Musser trolmen called both cars a total loss AFTER The car driven by wou wtll it wiai JOSS Harry Holmes X9 Clear Lake is on the Holmes and three passengers who were shoulder of Highway 18 west of Yen in Peters car are in Mercy Hospital in tura after the crash that took the life Mason City of William Louis Peters Highway pa Chapman is indicted ALBERT LEA M i n n An indictment for first degree mur der was brought in at pm Saturday by a Frceborn County Grand Jury against Robert E Chapman 22 accused slayer of an Iowa clergyman The grand jury heard eight witnesses in two days before be ginning final deliberations Chapman was immediately ar raigned in District Court in con nection with the May 23 slaying of the Rev B E Nyjordet Hi attorneys asked for additional time before Chapman entered a plea and the young man was sent back to jail in lieu of 000 bond Nyjordet 42 was found dead of bullet and stab wounds in a game refuge near Albert Lea His bloodspattered car was found in the city earlier and touched off a search Chapman said by officers to have admitted the crime was arrested early this week He is the son of an Albert Lea me chanic Nyjordet served a small Lu theran church at Silver Lake Iowa Chapman did not appear be fore the grand jury although his father William was a witness Inside The Globe CONVENTION W E E K END brings recognition to Mason City organiza tions Page 6 MILT MARSCHALL wins Clear Lake Amateur golf tournament Page 11 MINNESOTA TO build In terstate 35 east of Albert Lea Page 15 FINE ARTS Festivals 25th year Page 18 Editorials 4 Society news 47S Sports news U12 Mason City news 141S Clear Lake news 17 North Iowa news Classified pages 2071 A late witness was Josep Kopacek watchman at an A bcrt Lea Wood Products Planl who reportedly had talked to Chapman shortly after midnigh May 23 Chapman has served terms in both the Red Wing State Train ing School and St Cloud Refor matory In a statement Chapman said Please turn to page 2 Take action after Kennedy race plea HONOLULU AP President Kennedys call for a fivepoint program to reduce racial tension n cities was taken up Monday by several of the nations most pow erful mayors who pledged a bat e to see it through New York Mayor Robert F Wagner said of the Presidents message It is a real challenge A lot of us will fight to see that our conference adopts a resolution supporting his position Backing up Wagner at the na ional mayors conference were Mayor Richard J Daley of Chi cago Mayor Jerome Cavanagh of Detroit and Mayor Joseph Barr of Pittsburgh Cavanaolt in fact went further in support of Kennedys sugges tions terming civil rights the most critical problem confronting the nation today It is more criti cal than Cubn or Berlin Kennedy made a 30minutc speech to the assembled mayors Sunday afternoon emphasizing that Negroes are certain to win equal rights and calling on the city chief executives to make the process a peaceful revolution The Presidents address capped a fiveday fivestate Western tour that carried him from military in spections to political appearances and two talks on civil rights White House aides termed the university address one of the most significant pronouncements during Kennedys tenure as chief execu tive There was speculation to halt nuclear weapons1 tests Kennedy told the mayors in hi0 address at a Waikiki Beach hotel the time is past for token moves and talks It is clear he said that Negroes eventually will have equal rights and our responsibil ity yours and mine is to sec that they are won in a peaceful and constructive manner and not won in the streets Callgirl scandal shakes Britains government injuries in crash Forest City man is victim A young Forest City nian was illed and fourother persons vere injured early Sunday in a nearly headon auto crash a uarler mile west of Ventura on Highway 18 William Louis Peters 20 orest City was dead on arrival t a Mason City hospital He was driving one of the cars In serious condition at Mercy Hospital are Harry Holmes 19 lear Lake driver ofthe other ar and Dennis Rojt Green 18 Route 2 Forest City who was a passenger with Peters Two other passengers with Peters Cherry Schlaven 15and Anita Siebenbrunner 16 both of Gar ner are in satisfactory condi tion at the hospital Although their conditions were termed the same Monday as on Sunday improvement was re ported for all four patients The patrolman called to the scene said the accident hap pened about 1 am The highway patrolman Al fred Buchner of Britt said per sons in the Peters car were pinned in when he arrived He gave first aid until ambulances arrived from Mason City Buchtier said a passerby Jim Schrader 18 Britt gave con siderable help in handling mat ers at the scene after the crash Funeral services will be Tues day at 2 pm at the Miller utheran Church Burial will e in Oakland Cemetery with Olson Funeral Home Forest ity in charge Born Feb 18 1W3 he was the son of Mr and Mrs Earl Pe ters He was preceded in death by his father Surviving are his mother anny Peters rural Forest ity two brothers Marvin Sheffield Charles Forest City h r e e sisters Mrs Marvin Mary Stupka Rockfortf Mrs Roger Judy Cast Forest City Betty at home SAME Macmillan back from golf trip Asks security probe LONDON Minister at the same time in 1961 was fumo HmcM LONDON Minister Macmillan returned from a golf ing vacation Monday and ordered an inquiry into security aspects of the Profump scandal which threatens Macmillans own career The inquiry is being made by Lord Dilhorne who as lord chan cellor is Britains highest legal authority He will determine if British Se curity was breached or was neg ligent as a result of former War Minister John Profumos illicit af fair with Christine Keeler a 21 fwoid redhaired party girl who at the same time in 1961 was sharing her bed with Soviet naval attache Capt Yevgeny Eugene Ivanov Ivanov is generally regarded as a Russian intelligence agent Political sources said Dilhornes report is in the works and prob ably will be completed this week The report will be handed to Mac millan and Labor party leader Harold Wilson but may not neces sarily be made public Meanwhile Dr Stephen Ward the 50 yearold society osteopath who introduced Christine to Pro fumo was brought into the Marl borough St Magistrates court Monday on a charge of living on the proceeds of prostitution He was ordered held without bail for a preliminary hearing next Mon day As Ward stood relaxed in the dock in a green sports jacket pals biue slacks and opennecked shirt his attorney said Ward wishes to deny this charge most emphatically Chief Inspector Samuel Herbert of Scotland Yard told the court Ward likely will face a number of more serious charges Herbert said he opposed grant ing of bail because he feared Ward would interfere with prosecution witnesses Macmillan refused to comment on the Profumo affair and gave no public indication of concern But the scandal rocking Britain could spell his downfall as Con servative party leader His chance of survival depends largely on the showing he makes before Parlia ment next Monday when asked to explain his role in the background to the intrigue If Macmillan fails to give satis factory answers one parlia mentary informant predicted there is little doubt he will be pressured even more to resign The gravest threat came from some of Macmillans own Con servatives who accused him of negligence and naivete in not un earthing the true story of the Pro furro affair earlier With an edge of about 100 seals in he House of Commons the Conservatives under normal cir cumstances could easily turn back any opposition move to bring down the Macmillan government But some Tory legislators have expressed doubts whether they can continue to support Macmil lan as party leader Macmillan must call new elec tions before October 1964 Even before the Profumo case broke pollsters were giving the edge to the Labor party ChrisUnc has said she and fumo were lovers For months ru mors had whispered this Before Parliament io March Profumo denied the rumors Then last Wednesday he changed his story resigned his subCabinet post and quit Parliament in disgrace Profumo while confessing that he and Miss Keeler were more than platonic friends insisted that British security had not beea compromised There has been no suggestion that Profumo let classified infor mation leak out But his positkMl in the double affair obviously made him a candidate for blackmail
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