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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Can Kennedy take Ks latest proposals seriously Prsdent Propaganda and bow much ward Washlnelnn Vuu WASHINGTON UFi President Kennedy met with top advisers once Wednesday and scheduled second meeting later to weigh Soviet Premier Khrushchevs vague bid for banning nuclear tests everywhere but under ground and for an EastWest nonaggression pact The Russian leader set forth his suggestions in a major speech in East Berlin Kennedy met for an hour Wednesday morning to assess all the implications of the ad dress in an effort to determine how much might be simply propaganda and how much might represent an opening for an EastWest accord They sat with Kennedy just ahead of a Cabinet meeting which was billed in advance as a discussion largely on domes tic affairs The sessions followed by only a little more than nine hours Kennedys return from his 10 day fournation swing around Europe A radiomonitored text of Khrushchevs speech began arriv ing at the State Department Tues day as Kennedy headed home ward Washington authorities promptly started a careful analy sis but found many questions un answered A State Department press offi cer Robert J McClosky declined immediate comment Initial private reactions among other officials ranged widely from speculation that a break in the cold war logjam may be in sight to an assessment that Khrushchev intends only to reap a propaganda harvest at the Wests expense All agreed that important de tails needed to be clarified Kennedy must decide soon how to deal with the Khrushchev pro posal for he is sending Undersec retary of State W Averell Harri maii to Moscow for renewed test ban negotiations starting July 15 The East Berlin speech rates as the main recent indicator of the Soviet position on this issue But officials here raised these major questions about the Khrushchev offer 1 Is Khrushchev proposing an uninspected moratorium on under ground atomic explosions in addi tion lo a ban on other nuclear tests Khrushchev said the Soviet Un ion will agree lo outlawing nu clear tests in the atmosphere in outer space and under water The West has proposed such a partial ban too saying it can be policed by detection systems based outside the Soviet Union The Soviets always have condi tioned acceptance of a partial ban by insisting also on an inspection free moratorium of indefinite length on underground shots This has been refused by the West which contends that onthespot in spections are needed to safeguard against sneak explosions below ground 2 Did Khrushchev put his lest ban and nonaggression pact offers in one inseparable package The Soviet leader said that for the sake o easing international tensions it is also necessary to take another major step in addi tion to a test ban agreement The signing of a nonaggression pact between the two main military NATO countries and the Warsaw Pact states Washington analysts said this language did not make it clear whether Khrushchev was saying the two issues must be bottled to gether 3 What conditions did Khrush chev have in mind for the nonag gressiou pact particularly in re lation to Communist East Ger many Particularly objectionable to West in the past have been Mos cow conditions for a nonaggres sion pact which would enhance the status of East Germany There is some dope in official quarters that the Kremlin has come to such a point in its mili tary situation and in its dispute with Red China that it wants to start reaching some form of ac commodation with the West Th North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated and United Press International Full Lease Wirej MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1963 10c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 124 R m release JFK may ignore the hint i3 Doubt hell put man in Vatican By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Kennedy appears likely to quiet ly ignore a hint that he send a representative to the Vatican An indication in a Vatican news paper editorial that the Roman Catholic Church would like to have a US representative at its headquarters has brought mixed reaction from senators There has been no American among the international represent atives at the I I atives at the 1 BACKGROUND I Vatican for 13 years In 1950 President Har ry S Truman proposed send ing Gen Mark W Clark an E p i scopalian There was OF THE NEWS such an outcry that he dropped the idea Most members of Congress seem to feel that Kennedy a Ro man Catholic will stick by his 1960 campaign declaration that he was flatly opposed to appoint ment of an ambassador to the Vatican Although President Franklin D Roosevelt set a precedent in ap pointing Myron Taylor as his rep resentative to the Vatican few think Kennedy will follow it Roosevelt named Taylor as his spokesman but gave him no dip lomatic appointment that would have required Senate confirma tion Sen John L McClellan DArk commented crisply If we cant have prayer in the schools I dont see any sense in sending a rep resentative to deal with the Pope Sen Eugene J McCarthy D Mtnn a Roman Catholic saw special reason why the Presi dent should send a representative to the Vatican Sen Claire Engte DCalif said Kennedy ought to give a great deal of thought to it before de manding any such move Sen Kenneth B Keating R NY said it is up to the President lo determine whether he feels he collapse WASHINGTON chief Thus the period of grace re negotiator for the nations railquested by President Kennedy roads said Wednesday there has and agreed to by both the unions been a complete breakdown in and management will end on negotiations with five railroad unJuly 10 with the featherbedding nn Anu i l t ions on a dispute ever work rules JE Wolfe chairman of the Na tional Railway Labor Conference said the operating unions had re fused to accept any part of either of two sets of presidential board recommendations lo settle the tlis ipute He said the unions refusal has brought an end to the hollow mockery of collective bargaining on the issues involved bers of nuclear weapons despite strong Soviet efforts to catch up This is one important factor figuring in secrecyshrouded stud done I think he would have the ies of whether to trim production support of Congress Keating Of materials that go to make nu should send a representative If he feels that it should be Photofax MILLION BUCKS Film star Marlene Dietrich shows her famous insured legs as she tries to avoid rain puddles at the Mexico City airport She arrived here for a tenday contract to perform at a Mexican night club Bombs hit St Louis markets ST LOUIS Mo rocked two chain food stores in the St Louis Mo area early Wednesday in the second such bombings in a little more than two months The first explosion occurred minutes after 3 am at a Na tional Tea Co Food Store in East St Louis 111 just across the Mississippi River from St Louis Mo The second blast rocked an At ilantic and Pacific Food store in KlltHHvrKH MV A the city of St Louis just mint t utes later twinengine Mohawk Airlines plane straining to gain altitude First indications were that in a raging electrical and hail both explosions were caused by storm crashed seconds after take black powder bombs Fire and off Tuesday Seven persons were arson squads were investigating kilJed and 36 injured seven of A witness said the East St Louis blast knocked the entire storefront out On May 9 three Kroger stores in the St Louis area were rocked by black powder bombs The explosions occurred almost simultaneously moments before midnight At that time the Kroger Com pany headquartered in Cleve land Ohio offered a re ward for the arrest and convic tion of those responsible for the bombings On March 8 three other Kro dispute remaining unsolved Wolfe told a news conference The issues involved here have twice been submitted to impartial presidential boards of the high est competence and the railroads have accepted the recommenda tions of these boards even though they contained more than gener ous concessions to the unions WoKe said that since every step of the Railroad Labor Act has been exhausted in an effort to reach an agreement with the un ion the companies Wednesday notified the unions that the new rules will be put into effect at amroa Thursday July ll Wolfe said however that as far as the carriers are concerned this does not preclude consideration of any constructive suggestions by the President the secretary of labor or any interested party Secretary of Labor W Willard Wirtz had arranged to reenter the talks Wednesday in an effort to re solve the dispute Storm cited in crash of airliner ROCHESTER NY Report US far ahead of Russia WASHINGTON US umci officials believe the United States 2er stores were bombed Two is far ahead of Russia in numwere in Missouri and the third r1 T Itlroc iw Til said The Rev Thurston N Davis ed itor of America a Catholic maga zine felt that the climate had changed since the 1950 uproar A whole new era has set in Davis said The Catholic Church now has a good press Events have changed the view of the Church But Dr Carl Henry editor of the Protestant Christianity Today said controversy would be as heat ed as it was in 1950 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Thursday scattered showers Lows Wednesday night upper 50s Highs Thursday in Ms Weather details on page 2 clear weapons Another controlling considera tion is the enormous size oC both the nuclear arsenal and the stock pile of fissionable material used in weapons production Both have been growing for about 17 years with a sharp surge in the past decade Precise details of this countrys nuclear armament are a closely guarded military secret DISPLAY THE FLAG THURSDAY IS FOURTH OF JULY was in East Alton 111 Hog cholera reported in Hampton area HAMPTON UPI The first case of hog cholera in Franklin County in recent years was re ported Wednesday by Extension Director Pearl Keisey He said the disease had been found in a herd of swine in the southern part of t h e county Keisey advised farmers in the area to have their pigs vac cinated immediately as a pre cautionary measure There is no danger of humans contracting the disease Keisey emphasized TO ADMIT NEGRO HOUSTON Hous ton school board has voted admit Negroes to vocational education courses at San Ja cinto High School starting Sept It was like flying inlo the dead of the night one survivor said from his hospital bed The wind grabbed us the min ute we left the ground said an other The Martin 404 carrying 40 passengers and a crew of 3 was headed for Newark NJ via White Plains NY It fell into mud about 80 yards off a runway at RochesterMonroe County Air port several miles southwest of Rochester An investigation was begun by federal aviation officials One wingtip apparently struck the ground a witness said The plane bounced broke in two like a matchstick and caught fire Air port firemen extinguished the flames The dead included the pilot Capt Richard M Dennis 39 Fair view NJ First Officer John W Ncff 33 Wilmington Del and Roy E Drew Pelham NY con troller of Sylvania Electric Prod ucts Inc Hughes calls on state to ring all bells yield to strikes sanctions or boy colts in settlement of disputes with teachers he president of the National School Boards Associa tion said Wednesday Mrs Fred Radke gave that blunt notice lo the National Education Association itself deeply embroil DES MO1NES Har old Hughes has Issued a proc lamation asking that bells be rung from public buildings churches and schools noon Thursday for two minutes It calls for this state to take to pert in the nationwide Let Fresdom Rfng movement on July 4 Many organizations are behind movement spies Spy increase seen in US says Bobby FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTONThe Soviet Union Wednesday protested the arrest of a Russian UN employe and his wife on spy charges and demanded their immediate re ease 1 he protest was filed at the state department by V IVAN EGOROV ALEKXANDR1A EGOROV Schools wont bow to teachers acts DETROIT nations cd in arguments about the use of school boards are not going tojcacic sanctions in Utah Mrs Radlce of Port Angeles Wash said teachers views about Inside The Globe WARD TRIAL produces spicy copy Page2 uor becomes legal Page 3 11 COMPLETE federal salesmanship course Page 6 EARLY marriage gets qualified nod Page 8 LYLE WOMAN has collec tion of 2000 pencils Page 10 GIANTS NIP Braves 10 in Her name was used by spy NORWALK Conn young husband of a woman whose maiden name was useda asubterfuge by a Soviet sjp ring said Wednesday 160 mil lion people in the United State and they had to pick us Robert Seskin said he and his wife the former Joy Ann Gar ber could not comprehend her unwitting implication in the cloak and dagger drama The Soviets also used the name of a Roman Catholic priest without us knowledge The case reached its climax Tuesday night when the FBI ar rested a Soviet United Nations employe his wife and another couple and charged them with conspiring to steal US military secrets for the Kremlii Seskin said Its a big shock us I cant understand it The FBI asked us if we tost any pa pers or items of that nature We have no idea why they would use us Mrs Seskin the mother of two young children agreed with her husband This is total shock and sur prise she said We didnt know anything about it until Wednesday morning when the FBI called Seskin expressed concern that corgi Kovnienko acting lead of the Soviet embassy icre Mentioned in the protest were van Dmilrievich Egorov 41 and his wife Alexandria 39 They were picked up along with another couple Tuesday night on charges that they conspired over the past six years lo steal US military secrets for the Kremlin Picked up here in the same espionage case was another couple named in the complaint as John and Jane Doc The FBI said they had been living under the names of innocent Americans The man and woman arrested n Washington have been living n the US under the names of Robert Keistutis Bailch and Joy Ann Baltch The defendant identified as Jaltch assumed the identity of a Roman Catholic priest Others are being watched WASHINGTON Gen Robert F Kennedy said Wednesday that more are under surveillance as m result of the FBI investiga tion into Russian spy ring that passed harmful infor mation to the Soviet Union vf ctoii Js views cJDOUl it iiicii salaries and working conditions P10 situation may project him an unwanted predicament He said Some people dont al ways get thc story straight This could be bad for my busi ness but he declined lo iden tify his field Thc Seskins live in a wellto do residential section of this city of 75000 persons Charles City news strike continues must be considered but the ul timate decision in any of these matters has to be left to the board of education Mrs Radke appeared before the NEA convention to deliver the traditional greetings from the school boards The greetings however were more in the na ture of a polite but firm knuckle rapping She not mention the Utah situation specifically but her re marks were aimed directly at the threatened teacher boycott of END OF DRY spell as liqclasses there next fall The Utah teachers have refused to sign contracts for the 196364 school year They have said Ihey are determined not to go back to the classroom until they have assurances that state aid to edu cation will be substantially in creased Convention delegates all week have been demanding that the NEA invoke sanctions against Utah an act which would have the effect of blacklisting the state for teachers The NEA leadership has been reluctant to take this 16 innings Page llJstcp Editorials Clear Lake news si HUSBAND DIES Mason City news47J GRANADA Spain UPI Latest markets 7jLord Audley 49 husband of Sir Society news 89Winston Churchills daughter North Iowa news 10 Sarah died Wednesday after a Sports news Comics 1112 nightlong nightclub lour with 14 his wife Police said a heart at voman posing as Joy Ann Baltch assumed the role of Joy Ann Garbcr a Norwalk Conn louscwifc Kornienko called the arrest unlawful and said it cannot improve in any way American Soviet relations He said all this fuss about Soviet spying in this country is just a predctermined operation made to combat the impact o the recent revelation of the es pionage activities of some Amer ican diplomats in Moscow Last May Russia ousted four members of the US embassy in Moscow accusing them of having been implicated in the spy case involving British busi nessman Grcville Wynne and Olcg Pentovsky Kornienko said after the state department visit F stated a resolute protest CHARLES CITY are stated a protest no new developments in the 8ainst thc linlawM arrest by strike of Local 893 of the InterJ Amcncan authorities of a national Typographical UN and his against thc Charles City Press iwifc and requested their imme Keith Powell copublisher of thcfliatc release from under ar causcd Keith Powell copublisher of the daily said Wednesday The Press has no plans to pub lish a paper with nonunion la bor Powell added There also are no plans to publish the pa per at another plant Although there are no plans for further negotiations between the union and the papers man agement Powefl says the man agement is ready to negotiate 100 MILLIONTH WASHINGTON UPI The 100 millionth motorist to cal the American Automobile Asso elation for help will probably irest And it should be clear added that such unlawful acts Please turn to page 2 SAME   

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