Mason City Globe Gazette, September 13, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 13, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Tlit vspaper thar wiktt all North I owans neighbors VOL MJ Md tettnutiaul Full LHM Wlra CTTY GLOBE MASON CITY IOWA 13 1H3 Home Edition 10c ft ConjtsU of Two SectionsSection No 1M rey case in favor of pacf By SEN H H HUMPHREY Ntw York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONThe nuclear testban treaty should be Rati fied by the Uniteji States Senate It will We can expect ratifica tion this month by far more than the twothirds margin of votes necessary Early action on the treaty is justified and advisable The world is watching the United States 4o determine the depth of our determination to work for peace This is not an issue which is being riuhed1 through the Sen ate A reasonableperiod will be allowed for discussion and de bate by the full Senate The Committee on Foreign Relations worked for more than three weeks conductinghearings on the treaty Ample time was al lowed for testimony by those wishing to express support or opposition Above all the nuclear test ban treaty represents an issue which has been developing more than six years under both the Eisenhower and the Kennedy administrations Tbev result was the agreement negotiated and signed by the United States Great Britain and the Soviet Union in Moscow this summer The treaty is a brief and clearlyworded document Four major points should be stressed in any discussion of the treaty First this is a limited treaty It prohibits the testing of nuclear weapons in the at mosphere in outer space and under areas in which testing causes the greatest fall out Second treaty permits testing of nuclear weapons uh dergroun4 Third the treaty states that a nation may withdraw fromHhe treaty obligations if thatnation considersits inter ests jeopardized by extraordi nary events Fourth the provisions of the treaty do not apply to use of nuclear weapons in time of war Opponents of the treatyhave based their arguments on the point that you cant trust the Russians The issue of trust is irrele vant to this particular treaty We have the instruments to detect anynuclear test in the areas covered by the treaty We will rely not on trust but rather on our own detection de HUMPHREY turn to page 3 WASHINGTON Backers of students who went toCuba in of a government ban staged another riot Friday at a House hearing and four were forcibly ejected from the room Police carried two out bodily began When Philip A Luce 26 of New York who was in the witness chair made some remarks about Negro voting in Louisiana and Virginia There was applause from spectators Okay throw them out Chairman Edwin E Willis D Phottrfax CARRIED AWAY FROM CUBAN HEARING Cuba under COZUMEL Mexico The kadetjof a band of refugees who escaped from Cuba last week in hijacked navy tender said Fri day that orders in his homeland Kennedy to talk at UN NEWPORT R I President Kennedy with a cour teous assist from Canada an nounced Friday deliv er a major foreign policy ad dress next Friday to the United Kennedy Prime Pear son to express thanks forthat countrys yielding of time it was allotted next Friday so thatVthe President could UN Assembly speak to the The topics of Kennedys ad dress were not disclosed but the President said at his news con ference Thursday that one of the central issues would relate to strengthening the UN as an instrument ofxworld peace c North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and not so cool Fri day night lows in mid 40s northeast to upper 40s south west Fair and warmer Sat urday highs around 70 Weatfier details on Page Our homeland is full of Rus sians said Rafael Rodriguez 48 a former Merchant Marine sailor who masterminded the night of 89 Cubans including 28 women anc 22 children to the Mexican island of Cozumel The Russians are in a world apart without contact with the Cuban people Rodriguez told a reporter But it is they who dictate That we cannot tolerate Rodriguez who brought the ref ugees here after a perilous five day voyage said conditions were growing steadily worse in Cuba The people suffer increasingly from hunger and privation he said Most do not even have shoes Invited foreigners who with i big show are shown Castros Cuba are kept away from the Cuban people No contact with them is permitted visitors are put up in the fancy hotels to which the people have no access When visiting groupsare takenanywhere the areas visited are first cleared of people This was the case with the group of American students which visited Cuba recently Rodriguez estimated that 95 per cent of the Cuban people are non Communists If they had the opportunity all of them would do what we leave our beloved island he said TASTE OF WINTER QUEBEC Quebec ot its first taste of winter Thursday and winds of 50 miles an hour Encouraged says Kennedy WASHINGTON UP President Kennedy says he thinks we are going at about the right on racial integration and that he does not will make the fatal mistake of dividing politically along racial lines He said the recent desegregation of schoolsin 150 Southern cities is an impres sive story reflecting great credit on South erners who put respect for the law above emotion w j Thyrs he alsoput plug1 ratification of the limited nuclear test ban treaty announced he would address the United Nations later this monthand defined U S policy in South Viet Asked a Gallup 50 per cent of those replying thoughthe was pushing integration too fast Kennedy said he thought the figure was accurate But he saM he considered it rather impressing that another 40 per cent replied that the pace was more or less right 1 He said change always disturbs and therefore I was surprised that there wasnt greater opposition Bringing up the school desegregation subject in an opening Kennedy had high praise for the vast majority of Southerners y He noted that five who desegriegatidn order inAla in Alabama v and I shared the views of the majority of who I think are not for desegregation but nevertheless met their responsibilities under the He also mentioned school desegregation1 in South CarolinaFlorida and Georgia and said it addedup to an impressive story MOVING Please turn to page 2 said and policemoved in on the leaders ofthe applause Another young tman had been hrown out of the building ear ier for harassing police in the corridor outside the hearing room Phillip A Lifce of New York ity was called to the witness stand gave his name then aunched an attack on the com mittee He waved Hoffman he Boston businessman who wentalong on the Cuban jour ney as an undercover agent and called him this creep this snake Committee Counsel Alfred Nit le asked Luce about dealings 3X Levi Laub of New York a eader of the journey to Cuba with airlines Luce repjied I refuse to be an informer first ofall t j dont have any idea I Nittle mentioned a man named JayJacobs Who the hell is Jay Jacobs asked Luce 4 i ytf Inside The Globe KENNEDY VAGUE on Viet Nam Question Page 2 IOWA FARMER has big trouble with cows Page 3 CITIZEN STUDY groups n n White students continue protest BIRMINGHAM Ala AP A tliehow familiar Two four six crowd of more than 200 teenagers eight we dont want to inte started an antiintegration rally grate They were dispersed by Friday near a downtown high police preview high school plans i Page 6 Editorials 4 Mason City news 78 Latest markets8 Society newsg Sports news 1112 Television news North Iowa news is Comics 16 Clear Lake news 17 Transit timetable 18 Classified pages U19 ACID THREAT BILLINGHAMONTEES Eng land Police experts Fri day studied four notes threaten Jig an acid attack on Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip Students at Phillips and several schools re school in an effort to gain support for a school boycott j T ocner suilisegiegcueu scnoois re In a repeat of Thursdays pep fused Thursday to join in the fype performance the stuchanting yelling and flagwaving demonstratipns staged by carloads Phillips High boys and girls to Of teenagers who roamed the Trtin trio Airborne radar screen join the protest The demonstration began short ly before classes started Some of the Phillips students joined the noisy group Others went on to class Come on out nigger lovers so me of the demphstrators shouted over and over Meanwhile a Negro boy and girl quietly entered Mobiles Mur phy High scene of a demonstra tion Thursday in which 54 white students were arrested A group of 30 Murphy boys gathered after the Negroes al ready had entered They chanted They look to the North WASHINGTON AP The Air Force disclosed Friday that an radar screen is keeping a missile defense watch along the eastern approaches to North America Lt Gen Herbert B Thatcher commander of the Air Defense Command announced that four engine patrol planes operating out of Otis Air Force Base Mass maintain surveillance by means of new electronic defense known Airborne LongRange Input ALRI Thatcher also disclosed that in auguration of the airborne system was significant factor in the Air decision earlier this year to discontinue operation of the Texas Tower radar stations off the New England Coast He said the new system demon strated that the oceanbased Tex as Towers could be shut down without loss of adequate air de radar surveillance Thatcher said planes patrol hun dreds of miles out at sea to pro vide an improved air defense shield over ihe horizon and far beyond the range of shorebased radar and lineofsight radio com munications he said Thatcher said the new system attained operational status this following extensive opera tional tests From their altitude vantage points the flying radar stations sweep the horizon seaward in all directions The system is designed to guard against surprise attack from any night level right down to the water Target information is automatic ally processed and transmitted to East Coast centers by way of shorebased communication relay points and goes directly into com puters to become an active part of the air defense function The onekilowatt ultra high fre quency transmitters employed are among the most powerful ever to be airborne Thatcher said city Most of Alabamas 16000rnan National Guard wenb off federal duty at midnight Thursday Presi dent Kennedy federalized the Na tional Guard toprevent Gov George C Wallace from using the soldiers to keep Negroes outof white schools Tuesday The Army said Thursday night another 130 guardsmen would be released at midnight Friday night in the Mobile area This will leave only 545 on duty in Birmingham Tuskegee and Tuscaloosa In the wake of spreading student boycotts inMobile Tuskegee and Birmingham Wallace pledged Thursday night in a Baltimore news conference to fight for re segregated schools in Alabama During Thursdays roving dem onstrations three white men were arrested One of them Jack Cash 56 was charged with carrying a pistol without a permit and having a concealed weapon Detective Capt J M McDow ell said Cashs car contained a straight razor a meat hook a pistol shotgun cartridges and flares The officer said Cash also was carrying a derringer SAME out Civil Lib1 erties Committee was aske about a group called Progres sive Labor member of Pro gressiye Labororof the FBI or of the Hquse UnAmerican Ac tivities Committee I would have no ideas as to the membership of anyone in Progressive La said Except for an occasional snicker the crowd in the com mittee room was silent George Lincoln Rockwell vhose American Nazi party fol lowers tangled with the stu dents Thursdaynight was not n the room He had been ear ier but lost his seat when he was called out for a television interview and the officers re fused0 to let him back in Photofax WHOS AFRAID OF FRIDAY THE mastersat portraying evil characters in the movies gettogether on the set of their new of Terror to show how they defied superstitions of Friday the 13th Left to right Basil Rathbone spilling salt bad luck omen because salt once was rare and vital to life Vincent Price under a representing meet the devil superstition dating Irom the days of the crucifixion Peter Lorre strok ing a black luck connected with witches and the devil Boris Karloff using a hammer to smash a to invoke seven years of bad luck 20saved lost when boat sinks PORT JEFFERSON NY AP f sized Friday In the choppy Long Island Sound Twenty men rescued themselves and one was missingf Nobody panicked said Chie Petty Officer Ralph L Nelson 43 of Middletown RI a 24year Navy veteran and seniorranking man aboard the 26foot fiber glass craft These men behaved very well and Im i damned proud of every one of them The accident occurred as the launch neared the destroyer Ha selwood here for antisubmarine ests anchored 1200 yards off Port Jefferson about 50 miles sast of Manhattan on Long Is ands north shore The boat started shipping wat r and went down by the bow said Lt Cmdr Cletus Scheperle Navy representative attached to a civilian company working with the destroyer in the tests Schepere who told a news jnference that he was not aboard Ihe launch buthad gath ered his information from survi vprs continued If was not over loaded It went down very fast Five survivors including the coxswain John Getchel swam the1200 yardsto the Hazelwood of usfiung onto the boat and it floated to the beach where the Coast Guard picked it up Nelson said The boat washed ashore a half mile away at Old Field beach where two helicopters ferried the survivors to a lighthouse and a ire truck took them on to the Setaiiket fire house DIES AT 102 SOUTH BEND Ind UPI Kiki Ridensun 102 beHeved by riends to be the oldest Sioux Indian in the nation died Thurs day He once attributed his ongevity to no whisky no beer and no bad women TOP Everett Hughes Me Intire drives his champion Poland IlxT boar the sale ring at the National Barrow Show at Austin Minn Later the boar was sold to Oscar Anderson Leland 111 for a new record price for a Poland China boar at the show Story page 2 ;

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