Mason City Globe Gazette, August 3, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 03, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1963, Mason City, Iowa y NorU Iowa Doily Newspaper tfcot mokes all North I owons CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL m Prut ud Uaited Prtei UterutteuJ MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAYAUGUST J 1H3 Pipe ConsliU at Two No 1S1 PANMUNJOM Korea AP Lmid reports of new fighting on he uneasy Korean truce line the JN Command warned Saturday Communist North Korea must marauders immediately or it will invite its wn destruction Maj Gen George H Cloud FIRST NEGRO Dorsey 23 said in Dallas she iseager to start work as an air line stewardess She will become the first Negro stewardess graduated fjom American Airlines Stew ardess College at Arlington iTex Monday She is the daughter of a Flagstaff Ariz electrical fire man lure Ward d LONDON UPI Stephen Ward key figure in Dr haired singer Julie Britains sex scandal of the and security Saturday at am CST As Ward died Britain waited with baited breath to see if his last girl friend 22yearold red century died highlyplaced figures who not testify at his trial Wed then heads tor surgery Donald Heather of Des Moines Js heartwhole but not fancy free these the way he was hoping things would turn Lo be Im going names For out Just before he submitted to open heart surgery in the Iowa Methodist Hospital he was mar ried to Miss Rebecca Meier daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Meier of Burt The ceremony took place in the Kerrick Chapel of the hos pital witti the Rev Russell Striffler hospital chaplain offi ciating Repairs have been made in a hole in his heart and he is making a good recovery from the surgery His parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Heather of Waukee Mrs Joyce Davis of Des Moines and the brides parents attended the ceremony North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair Hirmajh Sat urday with tew showers ex ytcttd Sunday nifht Saturday m Sfa and ttt 2 details an would make good on her threat Thursday saying expose the names of the Tensions mount in Kore a fighting reported south of bord er senior delegate from the UN Command on the armistice com mission charged the North Kore ans with deliberate malicious as saults in UNcontrolled territory which have killed three Ameri ansand wounded a fourth since July 29 North Korea brushed aside the charges as fabrications in one I bet ween American and Comma of the hottest exchanges in lofnist troops years of armistice commission meetings Earlier Cloud said Communist troops had intruded into the UN Command portion of the demili tarized zone at am Saturday and fresh firing had broken out Cloud said the clash had taken place about 500 yards south of the military demarcation line running through the center of the demili tarized zone He did not elaborate and mentioned no casualties An American officer told news men outside the armistice meet ing that he had thrown eight hand grenades in the latest reported clash He said an American pa trol had been flanked in the fight ing and forced to withdraw From this officers account it appeared there were no casual ties on cither side Chooses Clear Lake over Moscow Senator predicts Apact passage Ru QnUCDT Cl r By ROBERT SPIEGEL GLOBEGAZETTE EDITOR CLEAR LAKE Sen Bouvke B Hickenlooper RIowa said here Friday night that unless there is some unforeseen de velopment the Senate in all probability will ratify the nuclear test ban treaty Hickenlooper made it clear however the treaty and all circumstances surrounding it wilt be subject to a searching in quiry in the Senate The senators remarks came after the stag party at the Clear Lake golf course that officially opened Governors Days Harold Hughes the guest of honor was one of 516 men served at the outdoor dinner Senators Hickenlo o p e r and Jack Miller RIowa also at tended The event was bombarded by dire weather forecasts earlier Friday then blessed with cool breezes and clearing skies in the evening The party salutes the State Conservation Commission and is sponsored annually by the As sociation for the Preservation ot Clear Lake As always the stag was strictly informal no speeches but lots of small talk Hickenlooper ranking mem ber of the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee clarified his own position in reference to the treaty He declined an invitation to join the treatysigning delega tion that left for Moscow Friday only to avoid a prior commit ment Dont need more air tests WASHINGTON AP More nuclear explosions in the atmos phere would not help significantly n the effort to build an antimis sile missile a US nuclear physi cist said Saturday The problem is not one of de veloping nuclear warheads saic Dr Ralph Lapp The problem is still one of ballistics and electron ics And all these problems can be pursued without atmospheric iests Navarthakss Lapp who worked on the development of the first atom bomb but is no longer asso ciated with the governments nu clear or missile projects said these ballistics and electronic problems would be difficult to solve President Kennedy went even Gulliver further at his news conference The problem of developing did defense against a missile is be yond us and beyond the Soviets Ward took the lethal overdos of sleeping pills Stephen is not going to die in vain letting a whole lot of people get off scot free Ill make sure of that Theres a crowd of them praying for him die so their names wont mentioned But if hedies sure their 80 or so Miss Gulliver said soon after technically And I think many wht work in it feel that perhaps it can never be successfully accom plished The Presidents rang alarm bells in some Pentagon cir cles particularly the army which ias been pushing its Nike Zeus antimissile project for eight years Views among Pentagon officials range from the Armys unflagging optimism to severe skepticism o some Defense Department scien ists and officials who also believe the technical problems may be in surmountable The debate over development o an antimissile system has quick ened again with the prospects o a US British and Russian treatj banning nuclear tests in the at mosphere as well as in oute space and under water Inside The Globe SABOTAGE cited in death hours i he entered the hos pital had been kept alive by artificial means He was dripfed through tubes in his arms and his breathing was maintained by an electronic lung But his heart slowly weak ened and early hospital bulle tins Saturday indicated the end was approaching fast Lass than a hour before he died a hospital bulletin said he was slowly dying With his death there was speculation that more sensa tions may follow in the scan dal that rocked Britain and almost toppled the government of Prime Minister Harold Mac millan Ward SO year old society osteopath convicted of living off the earnings of prostitutes had lain ia a coma in St Stephens hospital for four days before he died He took an overdose of sleep ing pills early Wednesday just hours before a criminal court jury found him guilty of the two vice charges and freed him on three others of 30 HOW DOES Page Iowas nev other states Jage The Senate has a corespon sibility in ratifying the said Hickenlooper In this instance I regard my self as a judge and dont want to commit myself before all ev idence is in Hickenlooper has stated how ever that he will not oppose the trcaty unless I have good solid reasons for doing so In the face of it there is nothing wrong with the treaty said Hickenlooper but I rc Please turn to page 2 MIXED and Democrats mix at the annual stag par ty given by the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake Gov Har old Hughes left and Rep Howard Reppert Des Moines in yachting both Democrats and Stanley L Hayti es 2nd from City Repub lican vice chairman of the Iowa Natural Resources Council listenas Senator B B Hickenlooper RIowa discusses problems facing Congress TOUGH Senator Jack Mil ler Sioux City lounges at the Clear Lake summer home of Jack MacNider right after a full day of visiting with constituents in Mason City and Clear Lake He flew from Washington to at tend the annual Governors Days fes tivities at Clear Rusk arrives in Moscow for signing of pact set Monday MOSCOW Secretary of State Dean Rusk and British vi OKW nuan diiu DtlllSII liquor law compare with Foreign Secretary Lord Home ar BABY BEEF prize win ners at Mitchell County Fair Page 20 Editorials4 Church newst Saciaty naws M Clear Lake news ft Sports news IMl Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics U Classified paves 1119 North lawa naws 2t rived in Moscow Saturday for his toric nuclear test ban signing ceremonies and vital exploratory talks with Soviet Premier Khru shchev The foreign policy chiefs were accompanied by parties of top ad visers and specialists in East West relations Rusks party also included a bipartisan delegation of top Senate leaders Among tha array af internation al figures expected for the signing ceremonies Monday afternoon wiil be UN SecretaryGeneral U Thant He has been invited to fly to Moscow to witness the signing The ceremonies in the Grand Kremlin Palace will be broadcast over a Sovietbloc television hook up and to Western Europe They will be followed by a lavish re ception in the Kremlin at which Khrushchev is expected to pre side Rusk and Home are expected to meet with Khrushchev for talks on future steps in relaxing cold war tensions after the signing Rusk as first Anwrkan secretary of state to visit Moscow The talks are expected to con cenlrate on the pact Khrushchev and the Warsaw pact alliances sign Rights Cloud a Marine said 50 Soviet made cartridge cases had been found at the scene along with an unexploded Soviettype grenade Two hand grenades exploded ha said UN sida called the armi stice commission meeting to ac cuse the Communists of a series of provocations that began July 29 when n UN jeep was am bushed in UN territory Two Americans were killed and third wounded The next day a fourth Ameri can soldier and a South Korean policeman were killed in a clash directly south of the first ambush Four North Korean soldiers were slain in this encounter Cloud called the incidents a Communist route of terror and bloodshed Then he warned If it is not your sides intention to destroy it self I demand that you take the following actions without 1 Prevent your bloodthirsty marauders from entering our por tion of the DMZ demilitarized and the territory under the control of our aide 2 Take immediate steps to keep your murdering bandits un der control and on your side of he military demarcation line 3 Punish severely all those killers of your side who partici pated in these intrusions ambush es and murders 4 Punish those leaders of your side who planned arid ordered such bestial unprovoked actions 5 Begin complying with every provision ot the armistice agree ment which your side has so fla grantly violated for over 10 years The patience ofthe people of Korea the UN Command and the is over 1 i vuiiuiicLuu and ino WASHINGTON without limits I de pnnpHvc rivil rfcrfifc mnnr4 fhnf Kennedys civil rights program das passed the first turn in the long winding road toward enact of lengthy hear ngs by two congressional com mittees The conpiiltees are expected to tart writing their bills soon The prospect in the House is hat the floor battle over civil ights legislation wont be joined intil after Labor Day The out ook in the Senate is even cloudier The House Judiciary Committee oncluded three months of hear ngs on the Presidents sevenpoint program Friday while the Senate ommerce Committee was wind ng up five weeks of hearings on me bill to prohibit ra ial discrimination in places of public accommodations The accommodations section vas separated from the rest of he program in the Senate in an effort for quicker action than could be expected fpom the Senate Judiciary Committee long the jurial ground for civil rights measures The committee has been holding hearings on the oth er points with no sign of a wind up in view Commerce Chairman Warren G Magnuson DWash will decide when his group is to start its closed deliberations Magnuson who has been ill is expected to set an early date On the House side Judiciary Jhairman Emanuel Celler D NY said his group would not start its work on the legislation for a couple of weeks And the word from House leaders was thai the tax reduction and revision bill would be brought up fop action ahead of civil rights When the Commerce Committee began its hearings on July 1 its members were told by the Presi dents brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy that passage of the accommodations measure is im perative to remove a daily in suit to Negroes Opponents including five South ern governors attacked the bill a unconstitutional as an invasion o property rights and as likely to worsen rather than improve race mand that your side provide posi tive assurances that these provo cations will cease and that your side will begin to comply with the armistice agreement signed July 27 1953 relations The public accommodation apply to hotels since the late George C Marshal was here in 1947 has been in vited to stay on for a few days a Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromykos guest vmn Khrushchev was reported to be measure would w J1UICJ3 planning to invite Rusk and his motels theaters restaurants re wife to visit the premiers BlacV Sea vacation home But the US Embassy said it knew nothing o MIIM MT111B a ouuawui such a plan and that it tentatively tial effect on interstate commerce had scheduled a sightseeing tri to Leningrad for Wednesday tail stores and other privatel owned businesses serving the gen era public and having a substan First vote on liquor is failure HEDR1CK The people of this Keokuk County town held Iowas first election on liquor by the drink Friday and they didnt settle a thing The election concerned whether any liquor licenses should be issued in Hcdrick The City Council announced that if the vote 60 per cent in favor of liquor it wouid issue licenses It said a 60 per cent margin against liquor would mean automatic denialto applications The result of the vote was 65 in favor of liquor by the drink and 73 against or 47 per cent for and 53 per cent against Thus the council itself is going to have to figure out what to do about issuing licenses The council has one applica tion before it Reports are that the council may split 22 in the issue and Mayor Earl Lanz indicates he is reluctant to cast the tiebreaking vote Flying Cole dies in crash ROCKFORD III W RolJv G Cole 23 member of a f mous flying family was killed Friday when his biplane lost a wing and crashed near Greater Rockford Airport His father Cole organized the Cole Flying Circus which performed throughout the United States from 1947 to 1957 FLY IN SYCAMORE HOLLOW Kan nonaggrcssion convention of nudists wants NATO complained Saturday there had been several incidents of low flying airplanes over its camp DATEW2304 Means Detlft 21 Hours ;

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