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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowa Daily Newspaper edited for the Home i Tkt fltwspoper that mokes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL ID i Md letenatieaal LMM Wtrai MASOM CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 15 1H3 ThU Two 134 Rocky hurls GOP challenge to Goldwater WASHINGTON Nel ton A Rockefeller has challenged Goldwater RAriz to an allout liberal vs conservative fight for the 1964 Republican pres idential nomination In a policy statement tanta mount to announcing his candi dacy the New York governor said Sunday the Goldwater strategy is to try to weld conservative South ern and Western support while writing off Northern states This Rockefeller said would not only defeat the Republican party in 1964 but would destroy it alto gether Rockefeller said it was incred ible that the Republicans would offer such an alternative to the unprincipled opportunism that has captured the Democratic Party He added That alternative will never be found in a party of extremism a party of section alism a party of racism a party that disclaims responsibility for most of the population before it even starts its campaign for their support Goldwater who was not named in the statement made no imme diate response But associates said they interpreted Rockefellers attack as a declaration of war they were certain the senator would accept even though he re mains an unannounced belliger ent They added that if Goldwater is writing off the industrial North as Rockefeller charged the New York governor is giving up on Re publican chances to collect elec toral votes in the South Rockefellers blast is regarded in Washington as the opening gun of a vigorous comeback campaign for the nomination He was con sidered by many observers the leading contender until his recent marriage to a divorced mother of four children In the period between his re election as governor last year and his remarriage Rockefeller tried with some success to warm up the conservatives to his cause by making what many of his listeners called good Republican speech es in the Midwest But the New York governors attack on what he said were ex tremist views in the party indi cated he has decided his best chance for Ihe nomination is to champion the liberal viewpoint and sharjen his division with the conservatives In emphasizing his division with the conservatives Rockefeljpr called on Republicans to unite in opposition to the radical right Jurialic fringe which he said is trying to take ewer the party He denounced the John Birch Societys viewpoint and criticized as a form of totalitarianism the procedures of the recent Sau Francisco convention of the Na tional Young Republicans Federa tion wiiere delegates whooped it up for Goldsvater Happy joking Nikita opens talks Would retire JFK Rights bill attacked by Wallace WASHINGTON UPI Ala bama Gov George C Wallace told Congress Monday President Kennedy should be retired from public life and his civil rights program defeated He said the legislation is to tally unacceptable to the South and called for a national refer endum on the proposals If referendum was held Wallace said the civil rights bill would be overwhelmingly rejected The fiery southern Democrat testifying before the Senate Commerce Committee accused Kennedy of making his White House office a virtualswitch board of communication with the Rev Martin King and other Negro leaders who involved in the Binning ham racial demonstrations Wallace joined Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett in accusing King of having proCommunist friends and associates He urged the committee to investi gate the matter which he noted now had been raised by at least two governdrs Barnett testi fied on Friday Wallace rolled out charge aft er charge against the Kennedy administration A President who sponsors legislation such as the civil rights act of 1963 should be re tired from public life Wallace said And this goes for any gov ernor or public official who has joined in this mad scramble for the minoritybloc vote Wallace said that Presi dent and his brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy By design and political motivation are sponsoring and fostering a com plete and allinclusive change in our whole concept of govern ment and revolution against the people Sen A S Mike Monroney DOkU said a charge by Wal 1 a c e that the President twas abetting racial violence by his public statements is hard to believe because the President had appealed for law and order But Wallace insisted that the Birmingham situation was in flamed all over again because he said Kennedy told a nation wide television audience Birm ingham Negroes had been abused for a long time Back apparently doesnt bother JFKs golf game HYANNIS PORT Mass President Kennedy returned to work Monday after a convinc ing weekend the golf his ability to ig nore his tender back On three successive evenings Kennedy played the tricky Hy annis Port Club course North Iowa Weother outlook Mon day night end Tuesday Warmer Monday night lows in lew Ms Miens Tuesday M en 1 GOV GEORGE WALLACE Inside The Globe RACIAL UNREST evident throughout TJ S Page 2 FAST TIME and license views confuse liquor is sues Page 3 MASON CITYANS at Na tional BPW sessions in Dallas Page 10 DOWS GETS dial tele phone system Thursday Page 15 Editorials4 Clear Lake news t9 Report on rails may be Friday WASHINGTON UPI A special Presidential committee studying the facts in the rail road work rules dispute hope fully will submit itsreport Fri day to President Kennedy a labor department spokesman said Monday Railway company and union representatives met Monday to inform the panel of their con cept of the issues At a similar meeting Tuesday the parties will outline for the panel their positions on the issues A closed session of the special committee will be held Wednes day and the report to the Pres ident hopefully will be sub mitted on Friday a spokes man said This would be three days before the original target date The special committee was appointed by President Ken nedy to make recommendations for a solution to the deadlock over new work rules Kennedy intends to use the committees report as a basis for proposals to Congress e x t Monday to KHRUSHCHEV JOKES AT Premier Nikita Khrushchev left gestures with his hand as he jokes with the British and American special envoys at conference in Moscow seeking a nuclear test ban agreement US Undersecretary of Photofax State W Averell Harriman right and Britains Sci ence Minister Lord Hailsham next to Harriman listen to the Russian leader who attended opening sessionofthe negotiations V Hopes running high K laughingly offers to sign FROM WIEK SERVICES MOSCOW Premier Nikita Khrushchev in a jovial cracking mood met for 3Va hours Monday with high US and British negotiators in the opening of a Kremlin conference that couldbreak the EastWest deadlock on a nuclear test ban US Chief Negotiator W Aver ell Harriman andBritish Min ister of Science Lord Hailsham drove after the meeting to the US Embassy where they pre Society news Sports news North Iowa news Latest markets Mason City news 1417 Comics II 1011 1314 IS Transport timetable Classified pages 20 2021 Audubon boy electrocuted end the dispute The railroads have agreed to postpone until July 29 imposi tion of new work rules which eventually would eliminate the jobs of 37000 firemen on diesel locomotives The unions have rejected all proposals for arbi tration of the dispute saying most of the firemen are needed as a safety measure Chances that both sides would settle the dispute without out side help were dim Labor Sec retary W Willard Wirtz said AUDUBON 12yearold Shipment of cancer drug is illegal WASHINGTON UP Interstate distribution of the controversial drug krebibzen has become il legal a Food and Drug Admin istration spokesman said Mon day Under regulations which went into effect June 7 it is illegal to distribute an experimental drug in interstate commerce without a distribution plan filed by its sponsors the spokesman said Backers of krebiozen for treat ment of cancer announced in Chicago Friday night they had withdrawn their application for experimental status They said government harassment was their reason Dr Steven Durovic discover er of the drug gave his letter of SAIGON UPI A Buddhist spokesman Monday said two more priests are prepared to burn themselves to death in pub lic in protest against alleged religious discrimination by the government of Roman Catholic President Ngo Dinh Diem disclosure followed charges by South Viet Nams su preme Buddhist leader Thich Tinh Khiet that government of ficials had sabotaged an agree ment to grant religious equality to the Buddhists The high priest ordered the countrys make up about twothirds of the popu renew the nonviolent campaign to force an end to dis crimination A spokesman said that two Buddhist priests had been ac cepted by their leaders to com mit suicide by fire and that heir testaments already were written A Buddhist priest immolated himself earlier this month in downtown Saigon and criepf the countrys top writers also com mitted suicide in protest against the governments alleged dis criminatory practices Thich Tinh Khiefs charges were made in a letter sent Sun day to Diem The text of the letter accompanied by a copy of the agreement known as the joint communique were dis tributed to correspondents Mon day both railroad management and jthdrawaUo an FDA inspector the five operating unions were assuming that the government or Congress would settle it and there is no affirmative at boy trying to shake a ground squirrel from a 30foot section of himimun pipewas electrocuted Saturday when the pipe touched 6900volt power line Kendall Baier son ef Mr and irs Fred Baier of Audubon was dead when the Audubon res ue squad arrived at the scene tempt to break the deadlock POOL SITTER LOS ANGELES occupation of pool sitter is catching on big in southern aquatic counter part of the baby sitter gets to an hour for his labors Four accused of spying for Reds NEW YORK eral grand jury fed Monday in dicted four accused Russian spies on charges of conspiring o send the Soviet Union infor mation about US atomic weapon shipments rocket launching sites and other mill tary information two men and two women could be sentenced to death if convicted of the charge grand jury also revealed for the first time that the four rccused spies arrested by the FBI in synchronized raids in New York and Washington lasi July 2 tried to cultivate anc activate military personne and employes of defense instal ations as members of their spy ring Named in the indictment were Ivan Dmitrievich Egorov 11 a personnel officer for the United Nations secretariat in Sew York his wife Aleksandra vanovna Egorova 39 and a Washington couple using th names of Robert K Baltch an Joy ann Garber Baltch US attorney Joseph P Hoey said the spies would be ar raigned Tuesday morning in Brooklyn Federal Court Hoey said that two couple received instructions from th Kremlin by short wave radio He said the radio was foun in the Washington apartmen occupied by the Baltchs ho brought it to Washington le spokesman said The drug has been under clin cal investigation for about 14 ears Its sponsors contend it asbeen beneficial to 2070 per ent of the 5000 patients treated The American Medical Asso iation contends the drug has no alue in treating cancer Britt youth drowns at Lutheran camp Britt youth Roger erch 14 the son of Mr and Mrs Harold Kerch drowned Saturday night at a lake near Brainerd Minn He and a group of students were at a Lutheran Jible camp Roger was a student at the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School Vinton Funeral services will he held at 2 pm Wednesday at the Cal vary Lutheran Church at Crys tal Lake A prayer service for the immediate family will be held Surviving are his parents two brothers James and Michael his grandparents Mr and Mrs Carl Kerch and a greatgrand mother Mrs Henry Fritz Worthington Minn The Boughton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Convict Mississippi registrar NEW ORLEANS Fed eral Court of Appeals convicted voter registrar Theron C Lynd of Hattiesburg Miss of civil contempt of court but withheld action on a charge of criminal contempt At the request of the defense judgment on the more serious charge of criminal contempt was deferred pending a US Factsdemonstrate that of ficials have either ignored the orders of your excellency and government or they have re faith in this affair has been smeared and our confidence in your excellencys virtures and clearsightedness which I used to praise also has been thwarted by such facts The high priest then informed 3iem that as supreme lead er I feel I have the duty to order all Buddhist priests nuns and followers to launch a cam paign of demanding enforce ment of the joint communique under all nonviolent forms and in accordance with the clauses of the joint communique Atthe same time the high priest warned Buddhists that there were signs of a fullscale and powerful terrorist campaign which will be launchedsooner or later with a view oi destroy ing the roots of the religion which our ancestors handed sum ably compared notes on the talks There was no immediate com ment from either western dele gation Nor was it disclosed when the next take place in the talks which are expected to last about 10 days But Khrushchevs surprise move in heading the Soviet dele gation at the opening of the ne gotiations raised western hopes that some form of perhaps an accord for a limited test ban might emerge frora the crucial conference Sitting in a Kremlin confer ence room with Harriman and Supreme Court decision on whether defendants in such cases may demand a jury trial The question of jury trial was taken to the Supreme Court b Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett who also was charged with civi and criminal contempt for his actions in trying to keep Negro James H Meredith out of the University of Mississippi Bulletin SPIRIT LAKE per sens were killed and six ethers were seriously injured Monday m a threecar wreck en Iowa 9 about I miles east of here Names of the dead and injured wert withheld by the Iowa Highway Patrol ponding notification ef rela tives tvivuu accmi man ucuuub iu uiscrcdit the joint communique Tinh Khiets letter said The governments over nearly 20 centuries md which has contributed greaty to the building of the country Illinois man 2nd victim of Rex 0 Scarbrough 44 good condition Monday morn t pentcrsville 111 died at the same hospital afternoon in a Mason City HoganMcKce Colonial Home in Mason City 1 pital the second death in charge of local arrange h ing from a twocar crash and the OConnor Fu urday in which 10 persons Home Elgin 111 will be s charge of the funeral of Mr Mrs Donnie Shirley Kunzman 20 Rockwell died 1 the hospital about three Kurzman driver oi s after she was injured in the car in which his wife Shir 0 Ann was riding was e The accident occurred at and released from the intersection of Highways 9 that same night 65 at Manly shortly after Junior Ward 28 am City and his wife Joanr 27 also passengers ir Mr Scarbroughs wife Kunzman car arc hospital aldine 42 a n d her at St Josephs Mercy Hos Pamela Ann 16 who had Their condition was e hospitalized since the as good Monday left early Monday morning funeral for Mrs Kunz c ambulance for Elgin III will be at 2 pm Tuesda 1 make arrangements for the the McA u I e yScanlanMc Chapel Burial will b t The two sons John Memorial Park Cemetery i 19 and David Mason 15 selected arc Dai f reported in fair condition Anderson Edward Dit 1 day at Mercy Hospital Joe Frank Gen Scarbroughs mother Mrs Kenneth Portis an nold Dunning was Haine Lord Hailsham the Soviet leader quipped Shall we start off by signing the agree ment right away Harriman shoved a pencil and pad across the table to ward Khrushchev Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko grinned to his chief and said Sign it and leave it to be filled in The conlcrcnce is expected to last 10 days Khrushchevs mood seemed to share the optimism of both the British and the success in Americans about agreeing on a prohibition which would bar nuclear test explosions in the air in space and under water The Western side saw no prospect of getting a complete ban to cover underground ex plosions also Increasing the prospects for an agreement was the worsen ing split between the Soviet Union and Jlcd China Western ers here believed News photographers were al lowed to enter the conference room before the actual talks began to take pictures of the negotiators The conference began with nine representatives on the US and British side and five oo the Soviet side Both Western and Communist circles seemed optimistic about chances of agreeing on a ban of nuclear tests in the air in space and under water Such a pact could be readily po Please turn to page 2 SAME   

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