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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa North Iowa Newspope VOL nwpM ttt mak j CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition tnd VOU4 Preu Full KASOM CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 1H3 No Itt FLYING NIGHTSTICK The manwholnvSted the most effective antitank guns Col Latham Val entne Stewart Blacker demonstrates his antibandit K3Ki 4 feng Liss Hampshire England The 76yearold inventors weapon has a rubber nose a tiny motor and carries tear gas Colonel Blacker claims it is accurate up to 100 yards and that it will knock a bandit over and stun him But it wll not kill him If the nightstick doesnt make a direct hit the tear gas will hinder a getaway Birmingham BIRMINGHAM w wrw Seething racial tensions exploded ing kt the home of Arthur D with new violence Tuesday night Shores an active participant hi and left Birmingham fearful of the struggle against segregation still more trouble when its schools Twopolicemen were struck by desegregate two weeks from Wedrocks but were not believed ser i nesday A dynamite bomb ripped away part of the fashionable home of a Negro attorney and minutes later angry gangs of Negroes roamed iously hurt Two Negroes passersby Enemies will come to us K BELGRADE Yugoslavia AP Premier Khrushchev told Yugoslav workers Wednesday that the enemies of communism would one day want to live in Commu nist countries He also said the fact that So viet Union now is rated one of the two big powers in the world along with the United States was a good argument for the Com munist system Khrushchev made hie remarks In an hourlong speech during a visit to the giant motor plant at Rakovica outside Belgrade In his address and extempora neousremarks he hailed Yugo slavRussian ties and declared that the JM8 break between Bel grade and Moscow had accom plished nothing On another subject he said that the Sovieit Union was far ahead of the United States in the space race Tba Americans lay ffwy will catch up Kith us But they should not forget that we will not sit with folded hands he said Khrushchev hit hard at the theme of YugoslavrSoviet unity The Soviet Union has been press ties from the broke the rock throwing crowds and re stored order two and a half hours after the bomb tore a fourfoot hole in a corner of Shores garage ing a campaign to bring the two at 3000 or more targets of Red Shores home roped off to bystanders away keep Chinas hardline wrath closer Moore ordered the area around together North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cfeudy scattered Wi rwsday night and ever entire Thursday Laws Wednes day night in law ate Turning Waathtr details an Pega J No was injured in the bomb were jailed on and an a gun Police Chief Jamie Moore said which tached is to at the SHORES eightroom brickhouse A Cadillac parked in the garage was damaged Shores was alone watching television in a bedroom and waiting for his family to re turn from a movie The force of the blast aft the lawn driveway andinterior of the house littered with glass roofing and splintered wood The explo sion was heard miles away ministers including the Rev AD King whose own home was dynamited in another bomb ing three months ago climbed to the top of a police car to plead with the shouting Negro mob to disperse If you are going to kill some one kill me shouted King whose brother the Rev Martin Luther King Jr fs one of the na tions foremost integration iead Russia cant WASHINGTON ODTHe De fense Departments top scien tist testified Wednesday the So viets could not gain any sub stantial advantage under the limited nuclear test ban treaty even if they cheat to the max imum extent possible Dr Harold Brown defense director of research and engi neering added that if the treaty is fully observed US nuclear superiorityover the Russians actually will improve Brown thus took issue with the views expressed Tuesday by Dr Edward Teller Air Force nuclear consultant who said ratification of the treaty would be a dreadful and tragic mis take Brown testified at a public session of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee at which win if it cheats on treaty ivUSKlAnff t L members of the Senate Armed Services aTid the joint Atomic Energycommittees sat in This is the same forum before which Teller delivered his blast at the treaty This was the seventh day of the groups hearing on the pro posal to ban all nuclear testing underground President Kennedy waded into the argument Tuesday at his news conference The President denied a Teller charge that the administration curtailed atmospheric tests last year for po litical reasons that preparations for US Pacific tests are already un der way as a precaution to Soviet violation of the treaty a central Teller con Airli Guard7 strength lowered Ihe Soviet Union Is ahead in the antimissile race and that the treaty would cement lha Soviet lead On these points Kennedy said l After the Soviets broke threeyear test moratorium in the United States set off 36 atomic explosions in the air and TREATY turn to page 2 ne workers walk out ers Another barrage swered his appeal of recks Police fired rifle and shotgun blasts into the air to break up the yelling crowd estimated by police After the Negroes finally left City schools have been ordered by the federal courts to start de segregation at the beginning of the fall term Sept 4 The integration will start with the 12th grade in high school There have been no open threats of violence for the openj ing of sthools but a tear gas in WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS AP Army National Guard strength has sunk to a low point under a tight federal budg governors heard Wed nesday in the final session of their nniial Wholesale elimination of units nd cuts in strength are not in tie best interest of theUnited tates said Maj Gen William I Harrison Jr president of the National Guard Association 1 u Harrison said the federal gov rnment had failed to give ade luate support to the Army Guard fe cited a proposed reduction of 4 million in the million budg ted last year for Army school raining of Guard officers and men Southern Goyernors Confer nee Tuesday blocked a civil ights fight by deciding that any esolutipn wouldV need a unani mous vote for adoption Gov GeorgeC Wallace of Ald ama had prepared four resolu wns criticizing the civil rights pol cies of President Kennedy but he oined in approving the rule Wai ace said he liked the rulebe ause it would give any state a eto of objectionable resolutions Wallace said ha would submit lis resolutions to the conference iVednesday and speak against the lennedy administration Secretary of the Army Cyrus I Vance told the governors Tues ay night the United States has the edge on the Soviet Union in uclear striking force JFK appeals for aid bill WASHINGTON are resident Kennedys views in irief on major subjects raised Tuesday at his news confer ence Foreign for congressional approvalof the overseas assistance program he said our foreign aid pro gram is essential to the con tinued strength of the free world Soviet troops in hasbeen a net decline in the past two and onehalf months but there are still Russians there and this is still a matter of concern to us March on will be glad to see the leaders of the organizations who are par ticipating in the Aug 28 civil rights demonstration should vote this year on the civil rights andtax bills they are both very Important Tha think it is slighlty better than was esti mated in January I would think that the stale of the economy is good Negra jab We ought tomake an effort to give a fair chance to everyone who is break in at Charles City CHARLES of ficers Wednesday investigated breakin at Rays Pastime i vi Wao and noting Tuesday night left resipried open during the night and Jdents uneasy taken from a cash drawer Order halt to strike OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW YORKUnited AJr Lines mechanics and ground rews staged a surprise n major cities across the coun ry early Wednesday but a US District Court promptly issued a restraining order The restraining order was Is sued by US District Court Judge Bernard Decker in Chi cago He said it would stay in effect until Aug 30 when he will hear arguments on the air lines petition for a preliminary injunction Members of the International Association of Machinists which has locals in 31 cities walked off their jobs in New York SiyiTi Los An geles jCIeveland NEWSBOY STABBED Sixteenyearold Patrick Collins Brooklyn cries in painon an East Side Man hattan street after being stabbed during a scuffle with a trio attempting to rob him of money earned selling newspapers His 10yearold brother Edward PholoCaic who was not Hurt sits on curb A policeman attempts to slow flow of blood while awaiting an ambulance Young Collins was reported in serious condition at a hospital later Buddhist raids anger US SAIGON South Viet Nam UPI President Ngo Dinh Diem imposed martial law ihroughout South Viet Nam Wednesday and sent heavily armed soldiers and police in raids against his Buddhist op position Diem invoked the constitution 0 establish an official state of siege impose censorship and set up a 9 pm to 5 am cur few backed by troops with or ders to shoot to kill In Washington the U S is sued a statement denouncing in blunt terms what it called se rious repressive measures by theDiem regime against the Buddhists The State Depart ment said the U S deplores the actions and said they were in direct violation of assur ances by Diems government that it was pursuing a policy of reconciliation President Kennedy was given special briefings on the tense situation Mootys wife asks divorce DES MOINES UP Mrs Jean Mooty wife of Lt Gov William L Mooty filed suit for divorce Wednesday alleging cruel and inhuman treatment The suit was filed in Polk County District Court Mrs Mooty alleged fear of ler health and life and the icalth and lives of their minor children at the hands of the de fendant Mooty has 20 days in which to answer his wifes suit The Mootys have two daugh ters Marcia 15 and Helen 13 Mooly 57 has been prom inently mentioned as a possible Republican candidate for gov ernor next year He married the former Jean Lehman of Oklahoma City Okla in 1946 Mooty strved in the Iowa House during the 54th 55th 56th and 57th General Assemblies He was speaker of the House in the 57th General Assembly He operate a farm in Grundy Center and is engaged in the automobile and farm implement business there Henry Cabot Lodge new US ambassador to South Viet Nam was ordered to proceed immedi ately to Saigon from Tokyo where he hadmade a stopover on a leisurely trip to his new assignment He had not planned to reach Saigon until Monday Thousands of soldiers stormed the Main Pagoda in Saigon headquarters of the countrys Buddhists who claim govern ment discrimination against their religion and arrested at least 100 monks Amid reports that a coup detat against the Diem regime was imminent other troops and police raided the Tu Dam Pa goda in Hue a city 400 miles north of Saigon where the trou ble with the Buddhists began in May when government troops fired on a crowd of demonstra tors and killed several The government controlled Viet Nam Press Agency said the troops in Hue met with re sistance in the form of stones and sharpened sticks Nine government troops were report ed injured there five seriously Tha peoples support has elo quently proved the solidarity of the army and the people to thwart the divisionist plots and the sabotage of security by a gang of people who exploit the citizens freedom of religion to benefit the Communists t h e agency added Normal communications with the outside world were cut off for a while The Saigon airport was closed to international com mercial air traffic There was speculation in some quarters that the govern ment which has denied the charges of persecution against the Buddhists had timed its move to take place before Hen ry Cabot Lodge planned to ar rive to take up his duties as new U S ambassador to Viet Nam Diems moves were the most decisive actions taken since the Buddhist crisis started develop ing 15 weeks ago Inside The Globe TWIN RESCUE operation started in mine Paee 2 ANNUAL FOREIGN aid battle under way Page 3 800 CLAP sing at Mason Citys own Hootenanny Page 8 Society naws 78 Editorials 12 North Iowa news 17lgi Mason City news 2021 Sports news 2324 j Clear Lake news 3031 Transit Hmetablt 42 Classified pages 4243 The company culled it D egai work stoppage and pe itioncd the court restrain ng order i J M Mason United s vice resident of personnel said Ilegal walkout by some main tenance and other personnel hit several terminal cities on Uniteds system He said the machinists union has signed nn agreement with the all items in the dispute but that the company had received no of ficial word as to whether the pact was ratified by the uniong rankandfile Tha case still is under rha auspices of the national media tion board Mason said which requires the parties to maintain the status quo United is the nations biggest domestic carrier and carries more than 42000 passengers daily It has 260 aircraft and employs 33000 persons A company spokesman said supervisory employes had filled in during the work stoppage There were however flight de lays of up to one hour in San Francisco Philadelphia De troit Chicago and Denver United brought the suit in Chicago because its national headquarters arc located here No attorneys for the striking International Association of Ma chinists IAM were present in the court when the restraining order was issued but airline attorney Stewart Bernstein said he had notified thorn of his ac tion by telephone Bernstein said the case is still under the jurisdiction of the Na tional Mediation Board Under terms of the railway labor act he said both sides must maintain the status quo so long as the dispute is under NMB jurisdiction Bernstein said the strike came under the jurisdiction of the federal court because among the flights affected was one between Seattle Wash and Vancouver BC AH other flights arc within the confines of the domestic United States SAME
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