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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Idited for MM Home THt newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL in PrtM tad Uritcd PICK btcnutioaat rait MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 14 1943 Consliti of Two SectionsSec HOB No 135 Chinese say they j want war Nikita grows more mellow By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON deep ening break between the Russians and Red Chinese has left the West as confused about the future as it was when Nikita Khrushchev suddenly repudiated Stalin in 1956 Even Secretary of State John Foster Dulles admitted at the time While Khrushchev attacked the memory of Stalin at the 20th Party Congress on Feb 24 1956 10 days before that he made sug gestions which today are present ed as the main cause of the RussianChinese split He said international problems should be solved by negotiation that war isnt necessary for com munism to triumph and that the West and East should sign a nu clear test ban agreement and even a nonaggression pact The Chinese disagree on all counts And these are the main points they throw at Khrushchev now in their a c c u s ation that he is un d e r nvi n ing world commu nism But in Mos c o w Ameri lOF THE NEWSI cans Britons and Russians 1 are discussing a test ban The Americans and Britons are waiting to hear what Khrush chev says on a nonaggression pact It seems plain that the Commu nist parties inthe West will go along with Russia the Asianlpar ties will stick with Red China Out of this division competition to win over the backward non Communist countries everywhere is inevitable Out of the competition will come conflict of one kind or another between the two worlds of com munism The Russians are accusing the Chinese of promoting antiwhite racialism From this it can be assumed if true that the Chinese will appeal to all the nonwhite peoples to divide the world into big camps white and nonwhite Thats horrible enough but the West must be prepared for an other specter For a while the Chinese may stay behind their frontiers leav ing the rest of Asia pretty much alone because they are not mili tarily strong enough to challenge the West or risk a war That wont last Theyll develop nuclear weapons perhaps within two years It may take them some time longer to complete good delivery systems Therefore since the Chinese as sert war is necessary for Commu nist victory the Western world particularly the United States must get adjusted to the reality that sooner or later the Red Chi nese will move to take over all of Asia The stronger the Chinese be come the more danger they are to Russia The Chinese have at least two and a half times as many people as the Russians Are the Russians going to sit by in fear of being overwhelmed Negro thrill marches lit the fuse of violence O A A MM A IT fl f A D I Tl AA1 A AM n A 1 J 1 I I f n 1 It I Id SAVANNAH Ga violence hit this historic city in a paradoxical broadside following years of peaceful often voluntary change in segregation patterns In substance it was an accident born of divided leaderships and fed by militant young integratkm ists a few white persons and the violent element of the Negro com munity Until last month desegregation came withoutsignificant trouble In April 1961 when city golf courses opened to Negroes the racial issue worked itself out Then buses desegregated without incident v Under a government that is among the most liberal in the en tire South all citycontrolled fa cilities except schools have been desegregated School officials are prepared to begin desegregation with the fall term Savannahs government is more liberal than even Atlan tas said a Negro veteran of the integration fight the Rev James Bevel of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Savannah can work out its problems Bevel said as he left the city after helping in biracial efforts to restore calm City officials white business men and clergymen and he more conservative Negro leaders agree with Bevel Why then did Savannah have violence Night demonstrations provided the trigger This is one time that I lay the fault directly on a small group of Negroes said a liberal white businessman who asked that his name be withheld Some extreme activists have taken the outlet of night marches for the sheer thrill of it said W W Law president of the local chapter of the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Col ored People Law spokesman for the conservative Negroes urged an end to night marches last week Laws public statements em phasized the split between the NAACP and the militant Chatham County Crusade for Voters head ed by a government chemist Ho sca Williams White businessmen also divid ed reacted with resentment eten so they kept open lines of communication with Negroes and moved though slowly to find a solution Their business has suf fered to an undetermined extent from Negro boycotts and slack ened trade resulting from the ra cial tensions The city government was caught in the middle since the is sometimes obscured in the private businesses Williams group has been pushing for desegregation of restaurants theaters motels and other serving the public The dilemma heightened when white residents complaining about night marches swore out peace warrants against Negra leaders This newly found weapon put more than 30 integrationlsis including Williams in jail with bonds totaling With their leaders jailed the militant Negroes kept marching at night Rioting erupted Wednesday and Thursday night Please turn to page 2 Wall I ace would not enfo rce law n ON CAMBRIDGE STREETS National Guard troops wearinggas masks and carrying rifles and bayonets prepare to meet demonstrators on Cam 700 whifes in protest AP Photofax inotoux bridge Md streets The troops are wearing gas masks to protect them fromthe fumes of tear gas used to break up mobs Bulletin DES MOINES thunderstorm and tornado fere cast was Tuesday for southeert South Dakota ex treme nortneest ports OT sovttiorn PNmnesora and per tions er werffierfi lowa ine Weather Bureau said Seet CAMBRIDGE Md than 100 white businessmen marched through the business dis trict of this racial trouble spot Tuesday as a protest to restric tions imposed by militia control They stopped at the National Guard Armory and a group of them went inside to confer with Col J Maurice Tawes acting as commander of the 400 troops in Cambridge The others quickly dispersed A spokesman for the business men Thomas Merryweather Dor chester CountyDemocrat said up to 1999 businessmen would dem onstrate in front of the armory Tuesday afternoon to protest the National Guard releasing 14 Ne groes taken into custody Monday About half doxen bayonet carrying Guardsmen were sent to the intersection outside the arm ory when the businessmen ar rived There were no incidents Merryweather did not say ex actly what form the afternoon i demonstration would take It was scheduled for the same hour that Negroes planned to demonstrate Restrictions imposed include a ian on demonstrations a 9 pm urfew all stores closed at 7 xm all vehicles subject to be ng stopped and searched no sale alcoholic beverages and no car rying of guns this town of 12200 saw no pros pect for a respite in its racial roubles Tuesday despite two peace moves 1 National Guard leaders head ed off a protest march by 500 angry Negroes Monday night by releasing 14 persons including militant integrationist Gloria Richardson who had been arrest ed for trying to picket a drug store 2 Mayor Calvin W Mowbray and the City Council appointed a luman relations committee to help tackle racial problems The committee is composed of seven white persons and four Negroes nominated by the Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee large Mil damaging swrfece wvnds end several tornadoes ace expected Tuesday until I pm North Iowa Weather outlook Consider able cloudiness scattered showers or thun derstorms through Wednes day Lews Tuesday night 45 70 Highs Wednesday in mid Ms VhMtner details en page 2 Obey order or go to jail says federal court NEW ORLEANS AP The voter registrar at Hatttesburg Miss has until July 30 to obey a federal court order or go to jail The choice given to Theron C Lynd 43 Monday when he was convicted of civil contempt by the 5th U S Circuit Court o Appeals Lynd declined to com ment on the decision To stay out of jail Lynd musi register 43 Negroes rejected as incapable of passing the voter test and show he no longer dis criminates against Negro appli cants If he doesnt meet the July 3C deadline hell go to jail until he does comply Inside The Globe BANKRUPTCY caused by misuse of credit he says Page 3 DAY CAMPS end for many North Iowa lassies Page 8 FOREST CITY youths visit senator Page 13 CLEAR WAY for flood control on Willow Creek Page 15 4 Clear Lake news i Society news tf news 1MJ North Iowa news II Latest markets 14 Mason City news Farm news 17 Transport timetable II Classified peges 1MV DUCK IN DRY Laws Magoo isnt fond of water and prefers to nest in Barbaras hair rather than swim Barbara 11 of the Minneapolis suburb of Orono found the duck when it was unable to keep up with a flock Magxo has thrived on a cat food diet and follows Barbara around the yard 2nd day of test talks in Moscow MOSCOW UPI The United States and Britain me with Russia Tuesday in the sec ond straight day of nuclear test ban negotiations and the session once again got off to a goodhumored start Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko taking over leadership of the Soviet negoti ations from Premier Nikita S Khrushchev struck the light note during a preconference session in front of photogra phers with 17 S Undersecre tary of State W Averell Harri man and Britains Lord Hail sham Someone accidentally knocked over a chair while the three delegation chiefs were posing in the meeting room in the Spiridonovka Palace guest house Everyone in the room turned toward the chair See there is confirmation that everyone detected it Gromyko said in a joking reference to sovietwestern dif ferences over the need for in spections to police a nuclear test ban treaty that includes underground tests No it still needs inspec tion said the British delega tion chief Mondays hour opening session in the Kremlin also go off to a jovial start as Khrush chev joked and bantered with the Western delegation chiefs Khrushchevs action in person ally opening the talks and his rollicking good humor on the occasion stirred optimism among Western diplomats here that East and West might agree on a test ban China Russia trade attacks Waterloo Cedar Rapids in rift over alleged pollution CEDAR RAPIDS AP The atmosphere along the Cedar River was strained Tuesday as Cedar Rapids renewed its fight with Waterloo over alleged pollution of the Cedar River The City Council here Monday unanimously adopted a resolution asking the State Health Depart ment and the attorney genera to get courts to halt what the coun cil said was the dumping of in adequately treated sewage into the river at Waterloo Waterloo with a population of 71755 is 100 miles upstream from Cedar Rapids with a population of 92fco Cedar Rapids Mayor Robert Johnson sharply criticized Water loos Mayor Ed Jochumsen for making no effort to be a good neighbor Jochumsen replied I dont want to get involved in Cedar Rapids politics They seem to have political troubles down there The squabble hat gone on for more than two years Cedar Rap Please turn to page 2 CHRISTINE KEELER Transcribe Christines secret tape LONDON Yard horthand writers worked through he night transcribing a 10hour ape recording by call girl Chris inc Keeler telling of her tangled affairs Chief Justice Lord Parker or dered the tape seized Monday and any relevant extracts handed to awyers for Aloysius Lucky Gor don Negro jazz singer and Chris ines former lover Gordon is appealing a three year jail sentence for beating up he redhaired party giri Chris ine has disavowed the tape say ng she was under the influence of drink and drugs when she made ft A greentiyed blonde flew into London from Rome Monday nighl and said she is ready to give evi dence in the Profumo scandal Ylia Suchenek 22 said she was a close friend of Capt Eugene Ivanov Soviet naval attache who shared Christines favors with former War Minister John Pro fumo I em quite prepared to see Lord Denning if I can be of anj use to him she told newsmen 11 ntiv311 Id I MOSCOW AP Chinese and is investigating aviet delegates took another ProfumoKeelcrIvan Soviet delegates took another re cess Tuesday in their peace talks as Moscow and Peking ac cused each other of attempting t split the Communist world Neither delegation showed up a the house in the Lenin Hills where they have been meeting Eacl side apparently was trying t force the other to break off the stalemated talks The Chinese maintained silence over whether they would continue to meet with the Russians The Soviet Foreign Office said We have no information when asked if the Chinese planned to leave for home soon Meanwhile Peking for the first time publicly attacked Soviet economic and military aid to In dia during last falls ChineseIn border war ov triangle involved any securil breach Miss Suchcnek a Czechborn Austrian citizen said she heard in Rome lhat Ivanov is dead is very sad she said Eugene and I were close friends We used to pla poker together SAME Slaps at rights package Business area is main target WASHINGTON UPI Ala ama Gov George Wallace told Congress Tuesday if the pro posed public accommodations lection of the administrations ivi rights jbili becomes law ie will make no effort to en orce it in his slate Wallace testified for the sec nd day Tuesday before the Sen te commerce committee one three committees holding carings today on different sec ions of President Kennedy Jvil rights package A scheduled appearance by Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy efore the senate judiciary com mittee was delayed possibly until Wednesday when the committee heard a panel of its own members ahead of him Wallace contended that mblic accommodations bill to an discrimination in restaurants lotels and theaters would be the deathknell to private enterprise He said it would give the federal government new regulating power As for enforcement of the law f it should be enacted Philip A Hart DMich ob served that a Governor is the chief law enforcement officer n his slate But Wallace said ie was not bound by Alabama aw to enforce federal statutes He added that he would not Breach defiance of the bill if it became law But he said would not enforce it either Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn made an unsuccessful effort to lave the Attorney General tes ify ahead of the judiciary com mittee members since Kennedy and his aides were on hand and ready to begin But committee chairman James O Eastland DMiss a foe of civil rights legislation ruled that it was committee cus tom to allow its members to have the first opportunity Sen Sam J Ervin DNC first to take the witness stand in the crowded hearing room told Kefauver lhat Kennedy al ready had presented his views at prior hearings of other com mittees Its time to show that he is not always free from er ror he said Ervin termed the proposed civil rights legislation uncon slitutional undesirable and un necessary and as drastic and indefensible a proposal as has ever been submitted to Con gress Sen Kenneth B Keating R NY fired a criticism of what he termed the federal govern ments timidity in dealing with the civil rights problem V   

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