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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North ft Daily Newspaper Edited for MM The newspaper that mokes oil North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL iw AMOcUtod Preu United Prctf International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST I 1H3 tOe Piper Conststi of Two OM N ans gun sales to S Africa They saw murder on the border By GEORGE STEIN As Told To UP I GOSLAR Germany UPI I and hundreds of other tourists watched the Communists kill a man in cold blood Thursday They didnt care who watched them Lwas driving along the high way about 2 pm when I heard gunfire submachine guns I knew from the war I stopped and looked The highway runs near East Germany here just a few yards from the Communist barbed wire I saw a man and a woman running across a Held trying to escape from the East Then I heard another burst of fire The woman fell in the death zone Thats the plowed strip the Communists use to catch footprints of refugees She was just hit in the leg The man stumbled He was wounded but he kept going He got to the first barbed wire fence and somehow got over But the machine gun bullets were getting closer I could see bits of grass flying Then he was hit again He dived Into a bush between the first and second barbed wire fences Then he tried to climb the sec ond fence An East German guard came out of the bushes The guard stood behind the fence took dead aim at the wounded man and fired his sub machine gun He was no more than 9 feet away The poor refugee crumpled op He was dead Suddenly I realized I wasnt alone on the highway Hundreds of tourists were watching in horror There seemed to be a caravan of Danish cars on the road all stopped all watching And all the passengers in the Swedish tourist bus were there too besides hundreds of West Germans When the East German guard fired we yelled Murder We wouldnt stop shouting Murder you are murder ers we yelled But the East Germans ignored THERE MUST BE AN EASIER WAY Samuel Fries gets a small pox vaccination on his left arm in Los Angeles while twin brother Daniel sits calmly through the same except that Dangot his on the right arm In addition to the beneficial ef fects of the vaccination it gives the Phptofax and Mrs Harold a method of telling the 6monthold twins apart Dr Darrell W Lang right of White Memorial Hospital came up with the idea when the parents ap pealed for assistance The nurses are Mrs Ruth Saper left and Mrs Dol phus Lightall Freaks and Red China calls Soviets Rusk set to sign test pact WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of State Dean Rusk leaves for Moscow Friday night to sign the limited nuclear test ban treaty and to explore the chances of further EastWest understanding The signing of the treaty in which the United States the So viet Union and Britain pledge to abstain from testing in the atmos phere in outer space and under water will be a ceremonial affair Monday The pact was initialed last Thursday by Undersecretary of State W Averell Harriman Brit ains Science Minister Lord Hail sham and Andrei A Gromyko the Soviet foreign minister Rusk will be accompanied to Moscow by high administration fficials and six emocrals and two Republicans He has been invited to remain n the Soviet Union after the sign ng ceremony and the Moscosv onferences are expected to last hree or four days To what extent and for how long Lord Home the British foreign secretary will participate in these alks was not immediately clear ie Rusk and Gromyko will sign the treaty in the Kremlins mag nificent St Catherine Hall TOKYO AP Red China called Soviet leaders freaksand monsters Friday for approving the nuclear test ban treaty while Moscow accused Chinese Premier Chou Enlai of acting in bad faith as long as four years ago Albania allied with Peking pitched into the war of words by accusing Premier Khrushchev of unconditional concessions and capitulation to the imperialists in agreeing to a partial nuclear test ban with the United States and Britain The Peking Peoples Daily of ficial organ of the Chinese Com munist party launched an at tack against the Soviet Union us A squad led the away She limped woman Decker maintenance crew returns to work Monday The man was still lying there between the with blood fences covered Finally about two hours later an East Germany Army am bulance came and took the body away Politicians gather in city Clear Lake Politicians fromall parts of Iowa and others taking the op portunity to meet them were gathering in Mason City and Clear Lake Friday for Gover nors Days The event is held at Clear Lake the first Saturday and Sunday in August each year Opening the program each year is the stag party given Friday evening by the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake in honor of the State Conserva tion Commission Already in Mason City Friday foienoon was US Senator Jack Miller Sioux City Scheduled to arrive later in the day for the silver anniversary of the event was US Senator BB Hickenloopcr He has attended every year Also in Mason City Friday were members of the Iowa Re publican State Central Commit tee They held a meeting at noon in the Hotel Hanford tak ing advantage of the presence for the Clear Lake event of a large percentage of the mem bership Gov Harold Hughes and his family will be quartered in Clear Lake for the twoday celebration in his honor He also planned to attend Fri day evening stag party Fortyseven members of the mechanical crew at Jacob E Decker and Sons off the job since Thursday forenoon will return to work Monday morn ing All employes of the chanical department at Jacob E Decker and Sons will re turn to work at the usual time Monday the union office an louse Workers said the main tenance crew was suspended during discussion of a griev nounced early Friday after noon The plant operated normally throughout the period general said supervisory personnel handling essential work The mechanical crew is concerned mainly with maintenance of the plant Cause of the work stoppage a minor dispute over a was work ance Concerning the replacement of 38 men by other union mem bers coming from the closed Armour plant at Sioux City Lichman said the move was part of the contract between the United Packinghouse Workers and the Armour management The provision was signed by both parties Lichman said and all employes hired at Deck jers1 since Aug 1961 know they have no seniority rights AH such employes have signed papers provided by the manage ment at the time of hiring nd its Western partners in the est ban treaty Reflects the ugly face of US mperialism which is aggressive ynature as well as the servile eatures of those who are warm y embracing US imperialism The exposure of these freaks and monsters in their true colors s an excellent thing for the revo utioriary struggle of the peoples and the cause of world peace he editorial continued The Peoples Daily accused the hree treaty partners of acting as nuclear overlords while the overwhelming majority of other countries are to kneel down on he ground and obey orders meek y as if they were nuclear slaves Khrushchev was named direct ly in another blast Liao Cneng chih vice chairman of the China Peace Committee told a rally in Peking In the past few years Khrushchev had all along been anxious to make a deal with US imperialism in order to push the Soviet general line of peaceful co existence assignment Dail said Peter Lichman president of Lo cal 38 of the United Packing Khrushchev said i expected to start the talks wit Rusk Tuesday The place undetermined although Khrush chev is known to have planned 3 vacation atthe BlackSea Later the discussions likely will be held in Moscow with Gromyko The four Democratic senators who will accompany Rusk are J W Fulbright of Arkansas chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee John 0 Pastore of Rhode Island chair man of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Committee Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota chair man of the Disarmament sub committee and John J Spark man of Alabama head of the European subcommittee The two Republicans are Lever ett Saltonstall of Massachusetts ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee and George D Aiken of Vermont second rank ing Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee Others in Rusks party will include Adlai E Stevenson US ambassador to the United Nations and William C Foster head of the Disarmament and Arms Con trol Agency Photofax SOLDIER STRUCK twists the face of an unidentified soldier as he is treated for injuries suffered when he and at least 20 others were run down by an automobile as they marched along a road inside the Fort Dix NJ military reservation The soldiers basic trainees were ona routine night training exercise when the accident occurred Fifteen of the soldiers were hospitalized A military spokes man identified the driver of the car as Pfc Robert G Keyser 23 Toms Riyer NJ a reservist and said he apparently failed to yield the right of way to the troops Cite racial policy Stevenson tells of embargo FROM K WIRK SERVICES UNITED NATIONS The United Nations announced Friday it is banning by the end of 1963 the sale of all weapons and military equipment to South Africa because of that countrys racial segregation policies The embargo was disclosed by US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson in a speech before the UN Security Council We expect to bring to an end the sale of all military quipmcnt by the end of this dlcndar year he said The United States Stevenson aid feels South Africa is ailing to carry out its obliga ions under the UN charter n continuing to deny Africans ny political rights By stopping the of armt o South Africa we will empha our hope thai the republic will now reassess its attitude in the light of numerous ap peals from theUN and from member states such as the US Stevenson said the United 4th day of mob protest CHICAGO Racial disturb ancesin a South Side district con tinued for the fourth consecutive night Thursday night as residents in a previously allwhite neighbor hood shouted protests over the presence of three Negro families Police said 41 persons including 20 juveniles were arrested as demonstrators refused to obey po lice orders to disperse At least two persons hit by stones were njured Police sought for nearly three until after midnight to which stipulate that they can acquire no rights Lichman pointed out Liao added that the Soviet sign ing of the test ban treaty was capitulation to imperialism and a gross sellout of the interests of the s o c i a 1 i s t Communist countries Moscows direct attack on Chou came in a review of the tradition of discipline among Communist parties Bulletin DES MOINES weather bureau Friday issued a severe weather forecast calling for severe thunder storms with damaging winds hail until 8 pm The alerted area is from 40 miles west of Mason City to 50 miles east of Dvbuque jreak up the demonstrations which centered in Morgan street jetween 56th and 57th streets Police have arrested more than 100 persons since the first out jreak on Monday night Several were juveniles Thursday night a crowd of about 100 persons mostly teen agers moved toward the apart ment where two of the Negro familes moved this week Police Two police cars containing dogs pulled up at a nearby corner Stones crashed through squad car windshields and two demon strators one with blood over his face were pushed into a police wagon Patrolmen dispersed the crowd Soon several squad cars raced to the allNegro neighborhood two blocks south where several cars seen with windshields brok en by bricks and stones Traffic lights were turned off as police halted travel As police sought to quell the ra cial row in the Engle wood public meeting of residents was held in the Engle wood Police Station It was ad journed after several white resi dents said they feared Negroes States is prepared to meet with other UN members and with the foreign ministers of African states to discuss what can be done about South Africa and racial segregation We wiJlhave some sugges tions at that meeting he said He did not say what these sug gestions were Stevensons statement followed a call from Alex QuaisonSackey of Ghana for a total embargo on all arms shipments to South Africa The Ghanaian said that armi shipped by the western immediately street blocked off the were trying to take over their community A biraciaf committee ied a closed meeting at the sta tion in an attempt to reach a solu ion to the problem AH porches within two blocks of the Negro families were crowded One girl told a reporter We dont want to integrate A wom an abflut 50 said she would use violence if necessary to remove Negro families Another said Im all for civil rights but I dont to live next to em PLANNING of the Iowa Republican State Central Committee meet in Mason City to plan campaign strategy Moines state organization chairman Fred W Benson Sheldon R 0 Shirk Oelwein Violet Nicolaysen Clinton Sweesy Anna The emphasis will be on organization said chairman George Lomas Red Oak national committeewoman Nagle Charles E Nagle Iowa City with attention to each district in the state Leo Wittenmeyer Davenport national committeeman Robert Tyson Sweesy Mason City district chairman added that a thorough financial campaign is being planned Around the table left to right are E A Hayes Mount Pleasant Richard Redman Des Des Moines Dorothy E Christensen Council Bluffs H Rand Petersen Harlan Willa Weldin Washington Judy Fossum Ce dar Falls Curt Yocom Chariton and Pat Scudder Nevada Inside The Globe DEWEL SPEAKS against Shaff plan Page 3 ADVOCATES new plan for Interstate 35 Page 4 STYLE REPLACES starch in uniforms Page 10 CHARLES CITY man in worm business Page 20 Editorials 4 Mason City news Latest markets Scciety news 1011 Sports 1314 Clear Lake news 14 Television news 1514 Classified pages 171819 North Iowa news 20 were being used by South can troops against unarmed Africans QuaisonSackey also called on the Security Council to weigh the possibility of ihc expulsion of South Africa from the UN if it fails to heed calls to aban don her racial segregation poli cies Stevenson did refer direct ly to this statement But he said there was still time to work out a solution through peaceful settlement and any action of this council must be calculated to bring about such a settle ment Any punitive measures would only harden the attitude of South Africa he said Our views differ so widely we cannot hope to agree on the concensus to make such action effective even if it were legiti mate and appropriate he said Persuasion cannot be exer cised in a vacuum Stevenson called for tte ef forts of the UN to be directed towards helping South Africa rejoin the African continent We cannot accept that blood shed is the only alternative to apartheid he said Certainly there are alternatives and they must be explored 1 would like to suggest very emphatically that we approach the problem of apartheid in South Africa as a challenge to ingenuity and the instinct of survival of the human race On behalf of my government I earnestly appeal to the govern ment of South Africa to change its course and to embark on a policy of national reconciliation and emancipation North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy a little cool er with scattered ant thunderstorms Friday night lows in mid Ms Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday hifis in mid Ms Weather details on page 2   

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