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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                ratifie WASHINGTON Sen ate ratified the hutorymakki limited nuclear test ban treaty Tuesday Approval of the pact banning ruclear weapons testing in the at mosphere in outer space fccd un derwater came after more than two weeks of committee hearings and an equal time of Senate de bate With a twothirds vote of the Senate required for approval the resolution went through oh a 80 19 roll call That was 14 more than the 66 votes needed with 99 senators re corded The missing vote was that of the ailing Sen ClairEngle DCalif who has been reported favoring the tieaty For ratificjjUon were 55 Demo crate and 25 Republicans Op posed were 11 Democrats and 8 Republicans The treaty was sighed at Mos cow Aug 5 by the United States Soviet Jlussia and qreat Britain It was sent to the Senate by President Kennedy Aug 8 with thesewords While it will not end the threat of nuclear war or outlaw the use of nuclear ons k cauJreduce world tensions open a way to further agree ments and help toease the threat of war Opponents who to the last contended it jeopardizes national security freezes a So viet advantage in highyield weap ons and permits the Russians to continue development un derground in the small weapons field where this country now ads L The treaty came under scath ing attack from Sens Richard B vote for test Ban i s WASHINGTON W I w a RaiHiiblkaii San ftovrke 6 Hickanlaapar Jade MitUr vatad with thev majority Tues day as the Senate by an M19 veta ratified tha limitad ban treaty Russell DGa chairman of the Senate Armed Services Commit teeJohn Stenius DMiss who heads its Preparedness subcom mittee Strom Thurmond DSC and others Russell voiced feans it might be the first step toward complete disarmament without the safe guard of inspection He and the others said they were concerned that Soviet moratoriumbreaking atmospheric tests in 1961 and 1962 put them at an advantage in high yield weapons in antibal listic weapons system knowledge and in ways to harden missile emplacements In the end an overwhelming majority of the Senate went along with the endorsement of the mil itary Joint Chiefs of Staff who said that with four specified safe guards the military risksand were acceptable Kennedy in a letter read to the Senate by Sen Everett M Dirkseh RIll the Republican leader gave the Senate upquali fied and unequivocal assurances US security would be protected under the treaty He gave assurances that the United States will meet the mil itarys four points by continuing an aggressive program of under ground healthy laboratory weaponsdevel opment program keeping up a readiness to resume atmospheric testing if the Russian cheat and expanding and improving its fa cilities for detecting such cheat well as checking on Sino Soviet atomic progress The treaty came to an end of a long road Monday when pro ponents beat back a serks of at tempts to alter the resolution of ratification North Iowas Dajly Newspaper Edited for the Horn The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors BEVjAZETTE Home Edition YOU 103 Preu and United Internationl Full Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 W3 lOc a ot Thrw SectionsSection Charged in fraud at Dows CLARION embezzle ment charge has been filed against Mrs Irene T Waggoner secretary of the Dows Com munity School Wright County Sheriff Robert Blecker said Tuesday Blecker said a recent audit disclosed three checks totaling written to Mrs Waggoner over and above her regular sal ary and without authorization of the Dows Board of Education during the 1962 63 school year The audit was undertaken af ter James Carroll formerly at Goldfield became superinten dent of the Dows Community School The sheriff said the audit by a private firm is con tinuing to determine whettier other irregularities occurred in previous Mrs Waggoner a widow was arraigned over the weekend be fore Justice of the Peace Ross Stanberry here She was bound over to the grand jury and was bond f te r Greene to icommaftd IMarmes WASHINGTON W Wallace M Greene will become commandant of the Marine Corps Dec 31 when the fouryear term of Gen David M Shoup expires the White House announced Tues day WhiteHouse sources said Presi dent Kennedy sought to appoint Shoup to a second fouryear term Shoup declined saying he did not think his health would permit him to serve another term and he thought it was healthy for the Ma rine Corps to have a periodic change in commandant Greene has been the Marine Corps chief of staff in Washing ton since Jan 1 1960 Rail hearing under way WASHINGTON W Public hearings onthe railroad work rules dispute began Tuesday before an arbitration board armed by Congress with power to write a binding settlement The sevenman board headed by arbitrator Ralph T Seward is expected to sit for four hours daily for the next six weeks taking testimony from the na tions railroads and their five trainoperating unions Russians get space first MOSCOW wife M Soviat astronaut Gharman Titov has given birth to a daughter tha T a s s Agency reported Tuesday The 4ounce girl It believed to be the worWs first only child fathered by an astronaut after ha has made a space flight North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy scattered showers and thunder showers Tuesday night and in south a s t Wednesday Warmer Tuesday night lows in the 50s Slightly caoiar Wednes day highs upper Ms to low 70s Weather details an Paga 2 No Conway N H dusts snow from a picnic table as temperature fell to 24 degrees pnttfe first dayof autumn at Wildcat Mountain All the New England states felt the sting of low temperatures with Mount Washington N H reporting a low of 18 degrees Senate schedule jammed WASHINGTON AP The House began debating an lion tax cut Tuesday with admin istration forces fighting against time The issue is not whether the cut in can be passed The Kennedy lieuten ants problem isto get it through the clogged congressional chan nels this year and defeat a Re publicanbacked amendment that would cancel r the Tcut unless a limit is placed on the budget The keyvotes in the House are pected ttfbeBose Jolas heads committee on Interstate 35 route Thomas E Jolas has been named chairman of a newly formed Mason City Committee on Interstate 35 to present an alternate proposal for the high ways route through North Iowa to the Iowa State Highway Commission The ninemember committee will makeJits presentation at commission offices M Ames at 3 pmy Tuiej5daytct 8 IsJ W Swan son of the Chamber of Cominerce MayorGeorge Mendoh John Fieseler presi dent of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Allen p at to n president of the Mason City De velopment Association Robert Isensee Ray Rorick Lloyd Loers and Robert Jr Theprqpbsal would ptovide a diagonal from the jiath along Highway 69 at a point near Klemme going northeastern to a point just east of the Airport then almost directly north to Al bert Lea Minn Jolas has been asked to speak on the Interstate 35 proposal be fore the Rotary Club in Clear Lake on Thursday and before the Lions Clubin Clear Lake on Wednesday Oct 2 Inside The Globe SIOUX COUNTY goes dry Page2 CASE HISTORY of the so cial drinker Page 3 HELSINKI ECHOES at InterLutheran meeting Page 8 TOlBACCO CROP in North Iowa Page 10 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 7 Society news 89 North Iowa news 10 Sportsnews H12 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comks U Farm news 17 Transit timetable i 18 Classified pages THOMAS E JOLAS Fight against time Debate begins on tax bill A Th the the Jbffl would collide with the civil rights issue produce long debate Moreover it would be under the jurisdiction of the Finance Com mittee whose Sen Harry F Byrd DVa opposes tax cuts without spending cuts By Treasury calculations the Dill would provide the following tax reductions for fourperson families household of a worker a year a sal aried a execu tive as business leader The bill would pjit twothirds of these cuts in effect Jan 1 the rest a year later The corporate income tax would becut also in two stages from 52 per cent to 48 per cent The individual income tax re ductions when fully effectiveare estimated to total billion a year the corporate cut bil lion Kennedy has appealed for en actment of the bill by Jan 1 without what he called if or when conditions That would re quire final action in both House and Senate and reconciling of any differences before Congress goes irome this year BRITON DIES LONDON at Reg Connelly 67 British songwriter publisher died Monday programnow than Fauske lv saidl A new mens dormitory is under construction and aj halfinilliondollar science building will be started next year WATCH THE WHISKERS a busy day among the doggy get Rover relaxes with a cigarette Mrs Ada Gibson of Tyreeanna Va the dogs owner said Rover has actual ly learned to smoke but there are times was he osreluctant to puff while Rover wary of burned whiskers drops the cigarette when it is half smoked Mrs Gibson doesnot allow Rover to smoke in bed Kennedy begins journey to i t save piir natural heritdige MILFORD Pa Kennedy flew here Tuesday for he first of 12 speeches on a rosscountry tour which he la beled a journey to save Ameri cas natural heritage The 10000mile presidential trip through 12 states was billed as nonpoUtical by the White House though Kennedy certain ly hopes to confront many thousands of voters along the way A bipartisan aura was given to the Istop at Milfordon the Delaware River in northeastern Pennsylvania Kennedy put Milford on his itinerary in order tovisit the an cestral home of the late Gif Shortages cited Eat less bread Reds told MOSCOW citizens who doubtless eat more bread other single food are being told at private meetings and in the press to ease an acute shortage by getting along with less Local leaders are being warned that bread must be saved and that prices may be raised Despite these warnings there ap pears no great probability that any Soviet citizen will go seriously short of bread Emergency wheat purchases abroad running about 7 million tons will offset crop losses during the past year due to drought and persistent mismanagement of plantingandI harvesting The loss apparently is about 10 per cent of the crop which last year was 65 million tons The shortage and the bad har vesting have sent Premier Khru shchev now in his 70th year storming about the country de nouncing careless farming meth ods Again one of his pet projects the virgin lands in Siberia and Southwest Asia has let him down as it did in other recent years Harvesting in the Kazakhstan virgin land area is so far behind schedule that it seems inevitable much grain will rot in the fields and some will be buried under the snow While Ivan and Natasha may not go short of bread the shortage of wheat and corn seems certain to make them short of meat again this year Grain was lost in the virgin lands last year because thousands of combines and tractors lay idle in the fields for lack of spare parts As early as Aug 28 the paper Farm Lifa reported that some farms had not finished the repair of harvesting machines and combines before the beginning of this years harvest In some areas only 20 per cent of the machinery was used In the Irkutsk area of eastern Siberia the iaper said Peas started to fall out of the pods while drivers were still testing their machines A half billion dollars is to be paid to Canada in the next 18 months for delivery of 53 million tons of wheat and 500000 tons of flour Another 15 million tons of wheat has been ordered from Australia with a like amount on option Much of this will be shipped immediately to the Soviet Unions foreign customers to protect her position as a supplier Flour cannot be bought at many stores apparently because it can be hoarded while bread cannot fordPinchot a Republican who twice was governor of the state but who won greater fame as Mthe father of Even before Kennedys depar ture from Washington the White House made public the text of his talk at the Pfnchot cere mony This was the opening passage I begin today a journey to save Americas natural heri journey to preserve the past and protect the future This was a reference to the fact that inspections of conser vation and natural resource projects and talks before con servationminded audiences ac count for virtually all the stops on Kennedys fiveday schedule Saluting Pinchot who founded the TJ S Forest Service with the backing of Republican Pres ident Theodore Roosevelt Ken nedy said In the space of a few short years he made con servation an accepted virtue in the nations conscience Kennedy was to fly to Ash land Wis for another conser vation speech before addressing an Agriculture Depart ment land and people conference in Duluth Minn Tuesday night Kennedy later will make speaking appearances in North Dakota Montana Wyoming Utah Washington Oregon Cal ifornia and Nevada before go ing to Palm Springs Calif for a weekend rest Waldorf FOREST CITY A gift to Waldorf College of 80 acres of Winnebago County farm land was announced Tuesday by the ley S D Fauske college pres dent Fauske said the y alumni of the college who wished to remain ahohynious is the largest received out sideFjorest City itbward the col egesiJ3 million long range de velopment program launched said the firm will TJC rent ed f or the next year and its dis wiU decided bf the and Investment Cpm Dam nice r fish REDDING Calif dent Kennedy dedicates Saturday t h e Whiskeytown Dam which will provide hot andcold running water for spawning salmon This is the first dam de signed by the US Bureau of Reclamation providing such water of 55 da greas FkhVehheit for spawn Ing But water behind tha dam can Vary from 30 to 40 degrees from the surface to the bottom So Whiskeytown Dam near Redding will have builtin control gates at two levels Water from each outlet can mixed to provide just tha temperature for the fish Sheffield woman dies SHEFFIELD Mrs Dixson MaDonna Christensen 34 died n a Rochester hospital Mon day of injuries suffered in a car accident Thursday Funeral arrangements are incomplete at WartnabyGrarup Funeral Home here Her husband is still hospital ized in critical condition Mr and Mrs Christensea were returning to Sheffield from Rochester Sept 19 when they were involved in a twocar crash east of Grand Meadow Minn Emery Fadness 63 Co lumbus Wis driver of other car was killed SAME DATflHJHI I   

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