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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspope Edited for meHome ewspaper oU North lowans GITY GLOBEGAZ Home Edition VOL 143 mil MASON CITY IOWA TUISOAY JULY IH3 cofyThli X Two OM NO m inese fai to appear at meeting MOSCOW CAP Communist Chinese negotiators failed to show up at the MoscowPeking recon ciliation talks Tuesday after the Soviet Union fired new charges at Red China and warned of dan gerous consequences The interruption in the ideologi cal talks between the two Com munist giants came as Belgian Foreign Minister Paul Henri Spaak returning from a meeting with Premier Khrushchev pre dicted Soviet relations with the West will improve The Soviet Communist party central committee earlier Tuesday accused the Chinese of deliberate ly aggravating SovietChinese re lations at a time when the two countries are discussing ideologi cal differences At the mansion in the Lenin Hills section of Moscow where the talks have been held West ern correspondents noted the usu al signs of premeeting activity Tuesday But at II am more than an hour after the talks usually be gin there was stiu sSn of the Chinese Soviet began leaving and then police said the LONDON Red Chinas Chinese would not be coming Chinese nuclear 3VJU race to explode its first atomic bomb was reported Tuesday to have been slowed seriously by it AI i T sowe serousy v the withdrawal from China of mg Pekm2s reaction to the new Soviet experts and scientists Some observers Diplomatic reports here said tnouSht tne Chinese might call an nd to the sessions in retaliation The Soviet blast came shortly gredients when they returned Khrushchev snubbed the tothe Soviet Union Moscow meeting with the Chinese As a result they said the Peking regime has run into con siderable technical nuclear dif ficulties The first blast had been predicted for some time this year but now may have to befeput off for some time to come The hucleaiissueanciPekings failure to get Moscows as sistance is understood to have played an important role in the deterioration of SinoSoviet re lations Britains opposition labor party leader Harold Wilson re ported here recently after a meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev that the Rus sian leader had said he could get a settlement with Peking if he gave the Chinese nuclear weapons North Iowa farmers get crop loans DES MOINES Nine North Iowa producers are among 30 producers in the state who re ceived price support loans of more than each on the 1961 corn crop the USDA re ports The North lowans included in the report the number of bushels pledged for the loan and the size of the loan are Glen Staley Hampton bushels Arthur Merlin and Wilburg Behn Hampton 29032 bushels M M Middleton by Asgood and Nesa ly agents Iowa Falls 27597 bushels Wayne Van Duzer Nora Springs 27453 bushels Julius F Huxsol Charles City 27118 bushels J A R i s v o 1 d Clear Lake 24955 bushels Alfred McWil liams Aredale 24440 bushels Robert Hamilton Iowa Falls 24320 bushels anrt Kenneth Heft Marble Rock 24143 bushels The largest Joan in Iowa was paid to W P Adams II Ode bolt according to the Com modity Credit Corp an agency of the USDA which compiled the report The loan was on 167876 bushels of 1961 corn Only a small part of one of the Iowa loans had been repaid at the time the list was com piled the report said That was of a loan made to William Pieper Wever North Iowa Weather outlook Pair and cool Tuesday fW9fftTf iWS If frit dVfWiy and pleasant Wednesday feigns in low Ms Whether en page 2 The absence that they were and conferred in Kiev with Spaak on easing cold war tensions The Chinese militantly oppose Khrush chevs peaceful coexistence policy underlined by his meeting with Spaak The new Soviet party statement denounced speeches at a rally in Peking Sunday in support of five Chinese expelled from the Soviet Union They had distributed re prints in the Soviet Union of the Chinese Communist partys long denunciation June 14 of Khrush chevs policies The Soviet statement said speakers at the rally tended to create moods unfriendly to the Soviet people to aggravate the situation in the course of nego tiations between the representa tives of the Soviet Union and China The impression is created that a deliberate campaign is being carried on to aggravate seriously the SovietChinese relations dis regarding the dangerous conse quences of this policy The statement added that de spite such unfriendly actions the Russians will do everything possible not to deepen the exist ing differences with the Chinese This clearly indicated that the Russians do not intend to suspend the talks with the Chinese in the Lenin Hills villa overlooking Mos cow No news leaked out of these talks between teams headed by Mikhail Suslov top Soviet ideolog ical expert and Teng Hsiaoping his Chinese counterpart Western observers have been convinced since before the talks started that they would produce no significant agreement Spaak refused to give details of his talks with Khrushchev in Kiev 500 miles away i Accord on Malaysia Federation LONDON way clear Tuesday for formation of the Federation of Malaysia around the South China Sea on Aug 31 but Brunei and its oil vrells are staying out Britain gave its agreement ear ly Tuesday in signing a treaty with the four commonwealth terri tories that will form the federa Malaya the self governing island colony of Singa pore and the Borneo territories of Sarawak and British North Bor neo The West sees Malaysia as a buffer zone against Communist expansion in Southeast Asia The crescentshaped federation of 130 818 square mites extends from the border of Thailand to within reach of the Philippines It in cludes 10 million persons and is jrich in tin and rubber JACKSON Miss AP Ne groes in this Mississippi capital city who stopped their protest demonstrations three weeks ago o concentrate on a vote registra ion campaign Tuesday found the registration books suddenly closed The chances are that the dem onstrations will start again unless something is done about the reg THERESA CLICKS WITH MAMA JArf XEt Mazzari leaves New Yorks Montefiore Hospital with her 11monthold daughter Theresa in her arms The child underwent surgery June 18 when a tiny artificial valve was inserted in her heart to replace one that was too small to carry blood from one sec tion to another Thp new valve clicks when a tiny ball is pushed against the valve end to open and close m rhythm Thats music to mothers ears They live in suburban Yonkers N Y Negroes find vote istration said the Rev R L t Smith one of the leaders in Jack sons civil rights crusade Mississippi law provides that the vote registrar shall keep his books open at his office and shall register the electors of his county at any time But Hinds CountyCircuit Clerk H S Ashford who is also theltastrophe Wolfe said Inside The Globe BRIEF HARRIMAN on eve of test ban meeting Page 2 SPLIT SHOWS in organi zation of democra tic womens clubs Page 3 FALL FASHION showings start in New York Page 10 WEST FORK cemetery as sociation 76 years old Page 15 MASON CITY school budg et up 33 mills 17 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 7 Comics8 Society News 1011 Sports News 13 North lewa News15 Latest Markets U Mason City News Farm News Goldberg would arbitrate Unprecedented plan by Kennedy JMBMI M Effort to avert strike FBOM OUK WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy proposed Tuesday that Supreme Court Justice Arthur J Goldberg be empowered to decide all issues inthe dispute between he railroads and the operating unions over work rules Supreme Court experts could recall no other instance in which a justice has been asked to arbi trate a labor dispute J E Wolfe chief negotiator for he railroads told newsmen of Kennedys proposal at the conclu sion of a White House parley of both sides in the dispute He said that if both sides accept the work rules will not be put into effect until Goldberg has made his binding report Mid the report would bo made before the Supreme Cour convenes for its term in October Wolfe said he thinks the date would be prior to Sept 30 He said both sides to the dis pute have until 10 am Wednes day to carefully consider the proposal He said the carriers will give he Presidents proposal the most profound consideration More than anyone ve are in terested in a peaceful conclusion to this dispute which could un doubtedly turn into a national ca vote registrar said his small staff was overburdened preparing for the Aug 6 Democratic pri mary in which there will be 138 names on the ballot The New Orleans TimesPica yune in a dispatch from its Jack son bureau quoted Ashford as saying he had been advised to stop vote registration under a di rective issued by Circuit Judges M M McGowan and Leon Hend rick Following the assassination June 12 of Medgar Evers Negro leaders agreed to a cessation of public demonstrations and direct ed their campaign toward voter registration Nearly 700 have gone to Ashfords office since then to seek registration There have been long lines of Negro vote ap plicants in the courthouse daily Ashford said the fact his office wasnt registering anyone has no effect on the August primaries or the November general election No one who registers between July 5 and Nov of the general vole be cause voters must be registered four months before a general election He did not make it clear if the Goldberg former labor law yer was appointed to the Su preme Court after serving as Sec retary of Labor in Kennedys Cab inet Taking part in the White House session were top officials of the railroad industry and the five op erating unions who threaten an immediate strike if the lines put in their manpowercutting work rules at am Thursday as planned Kennedy conferred earlier Tues day with Democratic congression al leaders By implication at least the car riers indicated a probable favor able decision From the labor side the reac lion was more guarded Roy E Davidson president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers acting as spokesman for the unions said the labor or ganizations traditionally are op posed to arbitration in lieu of a negotiated agreement He said however the unions will give every consideration to the Presidents proposal and re port back to him Wednesday Wolfe did not specifically report the carriers reaction to the plan But when asked if the rail lines have not agreed to all previous RAIL OFFICIALS ARRIVE FOR KENNEDY MEETING Industry spokesmen pose outside the White House as they arrive to meet with Pres ident Kennedy and unionmen in last ditch effort to head off a national rail road strike They are from left C A AP Photofax McRee Southeastern Carriers Confer ence representative E H Hallmann Carriers J E Wolfe Na tional Railway Labor conference spokesman and chief negotiator John J Gaherin Eastern Railways represen tative REPORT UNION Five rail road union executives stand at the White House before reporting their views after a meetingwith President Kennedy in an effort to come to agree ment on the work rules issue and avert a nationwide railroad strike In the group from left are Charles Luna president of the Brother howl of Rail road Trainmen Boy E Davidson i ni woax Grand Chief Engineer of the Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and Engi neers H E president of Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen Nei1 P Speirs presi dent of the Switchmens Union of North America and Louis J Wagner president of the Order of Railway Con ductors and Brakemen Schools to remain as target of Negroes in coming yeor CHICAGO A steppedup drive for greater racial integra ion in public North and is being prepared by Ne cities throughout gro groups in he country The blueprint was adopted at he convention of the National As ti ji virc HOT t JMJL UglCtU IU ail Pi CViOUS Ifivoter rolls would remain closed suggestions for arbitration he re Transport Timetable Mjuntil after the primaries or the Classified Pages 202Vgeneral election plied with considerable emphasis Yes sir we have Rand succeeds Granskou as St Olaf head NORTHFIELD Minn W The Board of Regents of St Olaf College Monday selected Dr Sidney A Rand 47 Minne apolis as the schools sixth president Rand presently executive di rector of the Board of College Education for the American Lutheran Church will assume his duties Aug 15 He will succeed Dr Clemens M Granskou who announced his retirement June 9 sociation for the Advancement of Colored People in Chicago week Wilkins said that historic steps last to eliminate racial imbalance and segregation have been taken Roy Wilkins NAACP executive New YorkNew Jersey and Cali secretary told the meeting that fornia court victories are wnn K such a drive is being pressed in 70 cities in 15 Northern states In the South other phases of being won district by district in other states nv MM urmi our oemane the broad desegregation movefor more sweeping effort by gov ment are more pressing and 5m mediately productive as a rule delegates were told Branches and state conferences of the NAACP were urged to mount a vigorous effort accelerating the pace of ischool desegregation Holland named Hughesassistant DES MOINES Ofl Leslie A Holland 31 ah Iowa native who has been working in Colorado Tuesday was named an admin istrative assistant to Gov rlar old Hughes Holland a Democrat is the third assistant named to Hughes staff He will receive a year Back elections to oppose liquor THE ASSOCIATED FftESS The number of liquor licenses issued by the Iowa Liquor Control Commission stood at 304 Tuesday But across the state drives were under way for local option elec tions allowed under the new liquor law In five counties petitions were out calling for an election to give residents an opportunity to vote for or against liquor by the drink Under the law counties have liquor by the drink unless the res idents vote them dry An election must be called if petitions are presented signed by a number equal to at least 25 per cent of the countys total vote for gover nor in the last general tlectioc In Washington County a re cently formed organization for local option is seeking to bring the liquor issue to a vote of the people The situation has been further complicated by the res ignation of one man on the threemember Board of Super visors Of the other two one is expected to favor liquor by the drink and the otheris op posed Two Mount Ayr ministers were spearheading the drive toward a vote in RinggoH County in south ern Iowa The Rev Gordon Stokke of the Presbyterian Church and the Rev Orville Rienhart of the Baptist Church said they began their campaign by taking petitions from house to last Friday They said about 750 signers wouid be needed to require the election Officials at Mount Ayr said Monday no applications for liquor licenses had been filed In Van Buren County also in the southern part of the state some 100 persons had volunteered to circulate the petitions A meet ing on the effort is planned next Sunday at the Congregational Church in Kecsauqua Backers calculate 794 signatures are need ed to call an election In Clay County in northern Iowa Mrs Joe McCall Spen cer president of the Clay County Womens Christian Temperanct Union said she believes the 1207 signatures needed there to require an election will be obtained The Story County rimmittee for Local Option with head quarters in Ames is circulating petitions for a vote on whether liquor shall be sold by the drink In other developments Among 69 applications approved by the Davenport City Council were four from places which were raided earlier this year and paid fines on charges of illegal possession of liquor Officials at state liquor stores in Sioux City said that purchase orders made by businessmen sub ject to receipt of their liquor li censes would nearly empty the ihelves of some brands of liquor But he said until our demand ernment is met our children will be cheated oftheir futures Why is it important from the Negro viewpoint Dr Annabelle Carey Prescott i veteran Negro teacher prin cipaland human relations direc tor in Chicagos public school system says Encapsulated schooling of youngsters is not a sound preparation for life We must come and quickly to a sit uation in which all young people can meet and learn to associate in their formative years In its program adopted at Chi cago the NAACP said that seg regated schools are psychologi cally and educationally harmful to all children Negro and white The convention directed local chapters to continue picketing boycotts sitins and other peace ful mass demonstrations if state directives for desegregation are not quickly implemented on a lo cal level Sports bulletin The National League All Stars defeated the American League S3 in Cleveland day afternoon led by Mays See story page 13 SAME DATE1H22S ;