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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                NorU Iowa Doily Newspaper Edited fer the tbpt all North l owaits neighbors ITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL TO Fnw wd Full LMM MASOM CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST S Iftt Ok CwuUU d Two No 1S2 Rusk Gromyko Home sign Apact MOSCOW TREATY SIGNINGForeign Ministers of the United btates Kussia and Great Britain sign limited nuclear test ban f Left to right seated at Nikita toasts treaty r Kn Dean Rusk ome rea jritam Just behind Gromyko stands U Thant United Nations Secretary General and Premier Nikita Khrushchev Jufc t and behind Rusk are US Senators William samsarunS Pulbright obscured slap back at Chinese MOSCOW Soviet press denounced Red China in such violent terms Sunday that it startled Westerners and threw a cloud over future relations be tween the two Communist gi ants Publishing the text of Pekings attack on the Kremlin for in itialing a nuclear test ban treaty Izvestia and Pravda said the Chinese statement was net fit to print It was being shown to the public so that allthe Soviet people should know how low the Chinese leaders have sunk said a foreword to the text of the article One Communistobserver of high rank said the nextthing to expect was a rupture of diplo matic relations between China andthe Soviet Union What cut deeply in the Krem lin was Pekings charge in its statement July 31 that the Soviet Union had sold out to the im perialist United States by sign ing the treaty to end nuclear tests in the air space and under water The Soviet reply published m full alongside the Chinese state ment assailed Peking for refus ing to agree to the treaty Aroazied fit therviolenceof the exchange the Americans and British were reserved vin com ments about whether it could af fect EastWest negotiations in Moscow this week One important US source said it was hard to believe the Rus sians would fail to come to the support of the Red Chinese if they got into trouble with the West He spoke of the Soviet comment in its reply to the Chi nese that the Soviet nuclear um brella shelters the whole Com munist camp including China The Russians released the an tiChinese blast almost imme diately after Secretary of State Dean Rusks arrival Saturday night together with the textof Pekings July 31 statement de nouncing the threepower nu clear test ban as i r t v fraud Rusk came to Moscoiw fori the signing of the treaty held Mon day morning Although recognizing that the MoscowPeking debate has wors to the breaking sees no possibility of altering present US policy toward China American sources said Wholl replace Barnett Rusk said to feel that governments such as those of the Soviet Union and Red China were capable of making quick changes in policy if common in terests were endangered An alteration of US policy toward China could trigger an abruptreconciliation the two warring giants if a common danger threatened the West according ttoA these re views In a possibly significant the Chinese announced the re call of their ambassador to Mon golia Moscows stauhchest ally in Asia The Peking announce ment did not say whether a new envoy would be sent to the post in Ulan Bator MOSCOW W Represent atives of the United States Brit ain and the Soviet Union Mon day signed a partial nuclear test ban treaty in solemn cere monies in the grand Kremlin palace Secretary of State Dean Rusk British Foreign Secretary Lord Home and Soviet Foreign Minis ter AndreiA Gromyko put their signatures on the historic docu ment Premier Khrushchev witnessed the signing Our three governments said Rusk have taken what all mankind must hope will be a first step on the road to a secure and peaceful world The treaty we have signed is a good first step astep for which the United States has ong and devoutly hoped But it is only a first step It does not endthe threat of nuclear war Rusk warned that it would be mpossible for us to guarantee now what thesignificance of this act will be History will eventually record low we dealwith the unfinished business of peace he contin ued But each of our govern meats can and will play an im portant role in determining what future historians will report Rusk made remarks after puttinghis signatureto the treaty binding the three powers to end all nuclear weapons testings ii theatmosphere in space and un Cuss Kennedy in JACKSON Miss AP Presi dent Kennedy is very much in the Mississippi Democratic primarv even though his name isnt on the ballot for the Selection Tuesday What one candidate calls a cuss the Kennedy campaign has overshadowed traditional state is sues in the heated campaign to pick the probable successor of 65 yearold Gov Ross Barnett Barneit who attracted world wide prominence last fall by defy ing the federal government in the courtordered admission of James H Meredith a Negro to the University of Mississippi can not succeed himself governor takes he no part campaign to choose his successor Barnett has held to this line say ing he was too busy with affairs of state The four Democratic candidates are for James Plennon Cole man 49 of Ackerman governor in A lawyer he has been in the state house of representa tives for the past four years B Johnson 47 of Hat tiesburg the lieutenant governor A World War II Marine captain and son of a former governor fed erial criminal contempt proceed ings stemming from the Meredith case in the Schlader 22 Charles City man injured CHARLES CITYRoger Lee Schlader 22 rural Charles City is hospitalized after an accident early Sunday Schlader fell asleep at the wheel of his car at a m and struck a cement light post and a parking meter at the cor ner of Ferguson and North Main Both posts were knocked Schlader suffered injuries of the chest and face His condi tion Moaday wts reported as good North fowo Weather outlook Cons ecee Lews Mv in fen detect tn Mte 2 Mason M of a welder who earned the nick name blowtorch1 for his color j ful stump speeches during the 1959 gubernatorial campaign He fin ished last in a fourman field with about 20000 votes Sullivan 38 of Clarksdale the third major candi date Sullivan a prematurely grayhaired exdistrict attorney finished a surprisingly strong third in the 1959 gubernatorial cam paign He is a state rights advo cate who says he will bolt the Democratic party rather than vote for f Although Democratic victory has virtually assured election for near ly a century Republicans are mounting their first serious bid for the state bouse in decades BRIDGE EXPERT DIES PHILADELPHIA Pa UPI Sitodor 56 captain of the US Olympic bridge team in 1960 and the nations third ranking bridgeplayer died Sunday He had been suffer ing from cancer of the brain r Mv HieM lH hind Oswald Jacoby Charles H Gorcn Gangster tells on underworld WASHINGTON W The gov ernment is confident that an un derworld figure it says has giv en federal agents a detailed de scription of the dominant crime organization in the United States will live to tell his story to Senate investigators In a secret hideout FBI agents are guarding Joseph Valachi a 60yearold New Yorker fairly high in the mob is not affected a broader sense Rusk concluded signature of this treaty represents the readiness of United States to join with the two other original signatories and Please turn to page 2 AWARD WINNERSWinners of life saving awards are shown with Gov Harold Hughes They are An et Steven tenth Secret papers tell of Chinas 1960 discontent of the Chinese Comma nist army depict civilian and mill tary disorders and discontent ii I960 A Washington dispatch said th US government would release ui ana un 7 T der water Underground testing of to scholar is not Monday once hier outlined the terrorridden archy who has structure of the Cosa Nostra and put the fin ger on some top racketeers al ready under investigation Valachi has a date with Sen John L Me Clellans Sen ate Investiga tions subcom mittee when it resumes its in quiry into ille g a 1 narcotics traffic The McClel lan panel be gan its probe of narco tics VALACHI three years ago then turned to the Billie Sol Estes investigation and the TFX warplane contract award No date has been set for the resumption of its hearings but McCleUan an Arkansas Demo crat said Sunday he expects Valachi tpbe a witness The government considers Va lachis account of crime in America including an inside view of the celebrated Novem ber 1957 mobsters convention at Apalachin NY im portant intelligence break through has been ccrrobo ratcd by other sources and in vestigations and information he gave federal agents has been passed on to local authorities Sikxlor had 6450 masterpoinls passed on to Iocal authorities to his credit placing him beEdwin Guthman Justice De partmcnl pUDiic information rector said The story said the Journals which fell into United State bands some time ago gave Wash ngton analysts their first good accounts of the serious repercus sions of Communist Chinas cco lomic failures and food shortages Tzetung and Nikita Khrushchev are not smiling at this year He is as close to the 7 Jf 19601961 How the documents were obtained has notbeen disclosed Widespread hunger uprisings by the civilian militia critically low morale and shortages of equipment in the army aswell as government measures to over come crisis were said to ba recorded in the journals The story which quotes US analysts from time o time also aid in part Officials in Washington believe he performance of the Chinese irmy against India last ind especially the fact that there vere no to the fficiency with which the Com munists recovered from a pre arious period The journals depict the low morale of troops during periods f unrest in the villages the tern wrarily low physical slate of the roops after cuts in food rations nd drastic shortages of supplies Specialists detected great anx cty in Peking early in 1961 about he reliability oC the army if large umbers of peasants turned to iolence But they found not ation of any loss of control over 1C troops After Ihc first three months of 961 the bulletins indicate a grad al improvement and a sense of clief in Peking OWANHELDifterwhis ky still is found Page 2 AP EXPERT unveils story behind Tich and poor Communists Page 3 WEDDINGS and reunions grace weekend in area Page 8 10LF CHAMP Jack Rule on the mend Page 11 Comks 4 ews news 1112 lowe 13 markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Lake news Ul 7 Transport timetable II Classified pages 181 SAME PATE1M2WI   

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