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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                HI Hero Gordon Cooper greets his mother Mrs Hattie Cooper at the White House Jt was the first Hiotofax time the astronaut had seen his moth er since his 22 orbits of the earth FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Report Pope VATICAN Reports circulated in Rome Tuesday that Pope John XXIII had suffered a setback in his illness during the night Boycott begins GREENSBORO NC unrest intensi fied here Tuesday as Ne gro shoppers began a boycott of Greensboro business establishments operated by white mer chants Slightly better LONDON Bebe Daniels H o 11 y w o o d queen of silent films and early talkies re gained consciousness Tuesday after suffering a stroke She was re ported better but still gravely ill North Iowa Clearing and colder with diminishing winds and frost or freezing temper a lures west part Tuesday night lows 2835 Generally fair and continued cold Wed nesday highs in the 50s Minnesota Mostly sunny and warmer Wednesday highs 50 62 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 68 Minimum 38 At 8 am r8 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 72 Minimum 54 Threat of frost for all Iowa Mood of optimism Accord reached on tariff cuts GENEVA and Com mon Market delegates said Tues day they had reached virtual agreement on how to cut trade barriers in the Western world A mood of optimism soared over the tariff conference which had been on the verge of failure The American delegation gave much of the credit to West Ger man Vice Chancellor Ludwig Er hard who reportedly has been Photofax HEIRESS Whitney Slur 26yearold laughter of multimillionaire Cornelius Vanclorbilt and Mrs Josiali Marvel is a patient at Me morial Hospital in New York for cancer and allied diseases The hospital declined to name her illness or her doctor sticking up for American ideas in arguments with his Common Mar ket partners A US source said Washington has agreed to Ihe European de mand that some special rule be adopted for reducing American tariffs which are in general higher than European ones So the differences between us now are small said French Fi nance Minister Valery Giscard DEstaing There was hope the conference which began Thursday would end Tuesday with adoption of a sys tern of tariff negotiations by the conference of the General Agree ment on Tariffs and Trade The European counterproposal followed a transatlantic telephone intervention by President Ken nedy in an attempt to break the stalemate at the 73nation min isterial conference sponsored by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade The stalemate posed a grave threat to Kennedys Trade Ex pansion Act of 1962 which pre viously had promised to be one of the major achievements of his administration The Common Market proposal was being submitted to Christian A Hcrter Kennedys chief nego tiator The Europeans refused to dis pose the content of their propo sal American delegates had been annoyed Monday when another compromise offer was outlined to newsmen before it reached them The United States proposed uni form acrosstheboard reduction of rates applied o all nations Fears rise in Canada War declared on terrorists MONTREAL John Lesage Tuesday appealed o the citizens of Quebec not to get panicky in the wake of stepped up threats and bomb ngs by outlaw terrorist organ zations In Ottawa officials tightened security measures around the western worlds top diplomats at the spring meeting of the NATO ministerial council The premier spoke to news men in Quebec City following a top strategy session with fed eral provincial and municipal aw enforcement officers We hope to pot an end to the present wave of terrorism Le sage said Every branch of the army the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and municipal police forces will synchronize heir efforts Lesage called the meeting after the terrorist organization which seeks the violent over hrow of the Canadian govern ment and an independent Que aec went on an orgy of bomb ings in the Montreal area In declaring all out war against the bombings Monday Lesages government posted a reward for information eading to the arrest and con iction of the terrorists Rigid security measures were mforced in Ottawa after threats o bomb hotels housing the NATO diplomats Rail debate resumes to avert strike WASHINGTON rail roads and five operating unions took up the key question Tues day of eliminating the jobs o locomotive firemen in a las ditch effort to settle their work rules fight before a J u n e 12 strike deadline A new round of negotia tions began with a twohour ses sion Monday mainly devoted to laying down guidelines for fu ture sessions which may go on for several weeks Both sides agreed to go to work first on the question of re moving firemen from freight and yard trains Alabama governor vows bar against Negro enrollments MONTGOMERY Ala w questions heretofore un Gov George Wallace said Tucstried on the issue of school inoc inis lcart day he will assume aulhorilyjtcgralion and that the constito many more demonstrations and refuse to admit any Necro lutional thai T tlnmirriwmt and refuse to admit any Negro who attempts to enter the Uni vcrsily of Alabama despite a court order to admit them Wallaces statement a news All of Iowa has been alerted conference came shortly after for nearrecord low tempcraju S Dist Judge II Robert hires Tuesday night with theiQrooms in Birmingham ordered mercury dipping to the frost or Onc Negro admitted to the uni frecze level in the northwestversity campus at Tuscaloosa and northcentral portions for the summer term beginning The weather bureau said tcnjlinc 10 and another at the uni dcr plants will need protection versify center at Huntsvillc for from freezing temperatures or the same session frost in northwest northcentral and parts of westcentral Iowa as winds diminish and skies clear Temperatures in those areas The governor invoking what lutiona standing that I possess throughout the nation The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 21 1963 lOo a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One Associated Press and United frtm International Full Lease Wires No 87 Coo r gets top medal SPACE HERO Gordon Cooper nSkes a brief speech after he was awarded the NASA Dis tinguished Service Medal in a White House cere rnony In background is President Kennedy Hundreds cheer astronaut family WASHINGTON national capital poured a hero s honors on Gordon Cooper Tuesday and the ZZorbit spaceman took it all in stride as unruffled as he was 100 miles up in space And as when ho set his Faith 7 down in the Pa cilic last week the laconic 36yearold major tended to operate manually He could muster little more than a smile and XT when President Kennedy presented the AAbA Distinguished Service Medal at the White House and told him tTfr 1UVG giVGn country a day and a an applauding joint session of Congress he had only a little speech that was mainly praise fo his fellow astronauts But during the an hour 20minute drive us that we may shape our lives the of heroes A a ISTANBUL Turkey Leypent claimed army units con al troops Tuesday crushed a fortrolled the capital on behalf of This is th r i coloncls atthe revolutionary committee of This is the central issue m tempt in 15 months to overthrow Talal Aydomir Then Radio An the dispute over work rules It Turkeys government needed If agreement can be reached ably can be cleared up promptly The railroads contend that outmoded work rules which hcy call fcatherbedding result n unnecessary operating ex penses totaling million an nually Court decision expected to boost sitins ATLANTA sitin activity will increase as a result of the Supreme Courts decision on sitin demonstrations says a top attorney for the National As sociation for the Advancement of Colored People Mrs Constance Baker Motley associate counsel of the NAACPs egal defense fund told a news conference in New York Monday he decision would increase the desire of Negroes to be served n restaurants and other cstab ishmcnls She said this would lead The court ruled Monday that I will be present to bar thethe University as governor and as a direct rep state will he tested Wont delay Negroes entry at Alabama U BIRMINGHAM Ala i toi i V Federal Judge II II Groomsabout 300 students convicted in refused to delay theSouthern sitins admission of two Negroes to in any fashion with peaceful sit in demonstrations in public places of business However the court did not draw a clear line of when a shopkeeper may on his own re fuse to serve Negroes or call po icc to have them evicted from his property Mrs Motley Inter told a mass rally of Negroes in Birmingham la that the decision three Istanbul and Izmir The revolt headed by exCol alat Aydemir lasted less than 12 hours Among forces backing him were cadets of the war col lege Turkeys West Point Radio Ankara announced Ayde mir and 10 other top insurgents were arrested They are expected to be tried shortly Seven persons were reported killed and 23 wounded during fighting in the capital Most of them fell when government forces attacked cadets who defied an ul timatum to return to their bar racks and surrender Gen Cevdcl Sunay chief of staff of the Turkish armed forces said in a broadcast shortly after dawn A treacherous attempt by a small group to seize power has been completely crushed Government troops quickly ar rested four colonels who tried to seize a radio station in Istanbul Otherwise the metropolis was quiet The rebellion was centered in Ankara and apparently was sup kara went dead After a period of silence radio Ankara went back on the air with an ultimatum from Gen Sunay I order some misled cadets and officers to surrender and re tire to their barracks he said Unless this is done air force planes and all other armed forces units will attack The rebels were reported holed up in the war college surrounded by loyalist army units American space champ nearly wore out both his arms waving lo the wildly cheering throngs Yeah Gordo the peo pie roared Washingtons Police Chief Rob ert V Murray estimated th crowd along the parade route anc jamming the plaza at the capito at 250000 There was thunderous applause lasting nearly two minutes a Cooper was escorted into the House chamber to address the joint SenateHouse meeting Besides the members of Con gress there were some 100 dip lomats members of Ihe Supreme Court Cabinet officers and other dignitaries in the chamber Galleries above it were packed Leaning on his elbows Cooper spoke in his slow Southwestern trawl for six minutes before he to the notes before him He disclosed that during bis JGth orbit around the earth he had aped a prayer on his capsule equipment Rending the prayer Cooper con cluded his talk in a minutes The prayer said in part Help guide and direct all of o be much better Christians so hat we help one another and work with one another rather than fight ng and bickering Help us to complete this mis sion successfully Help us in future space en deavors to show the world that Democracy really can compete and still is able to do things in a big way The Cooper party came from Cape Canaveral in the Presidents big jet same plane that made a record flight to and from Moscow over the weekend An honor guard of Air Force men with bayoneted rifles marched out to he aircraft ac companied by Zuckert Webb and cMay Cooper in a dark suit was the irst lo leave the Air Force jet and his family walked to a iclicoptcr waiting to whisk them o the White House Warring at the White House were group of NASA officials who lad come in by plane from Hous ton Tex only a half hour or so earlier The Houston plane also brought the wives of two astronaut pals of Alan B Shepard Jr and Mrs Virgil Gus Gris som Hughes gives the Demos pat on back DES MOINES came through the legislature with an unbelievably good rcc approved the measure passed by the Mouse after its second debate on the issue A compromise hill uiij ord of accomplishments despitedrawn by a conference committee heir small minority Gov Harold land later rejected bv the Senate Hughes said Tuesday keys West Point and a tradition al center of unrest A voice on Radio Ankara an nounced the coup tt am The insurgents declared Aydemir chief of the revolutionary com mittee and proclaimed curfew in Turkeys three main Istanbul Ankara snd Izmir Within nn hour Radio said the coup had been thw and the p rounded up Hushes reviewed the record length session in an exclusive interview with TheAssociated Press He termed short came through the session with an unbelievably good record of ac complishment The amount of the Democratic platform enacted into vvIaw was nothing short of miracu probably would have been vetoedlions you feel that the record of the Democratic Party in this session will help or hurt you in a must Among Democratic K o a I s ac complished Hughes listed legaliz ing stle of by the drink measure permitting local govern the next campaU believe its a record I can 1 decide to of miraculousIh mmn of the r DcmocTUic platform enacted be i si fore the lav makers ended hiir i lc M lo 12fdiy nurtinS turd nlc for cities and for property tax relief has legislators have said that failure of the bill to raise fair employment practices lawscl lPtcadymade the major is cam He conceded there ero hili P iros some of whi 1 11 improvement of benefits uuslle lohhvku lllc Iowa Puhic Employes KepaiRii Do you believe this is true I5 and workmens AThis lav increase as an is up had been thwartcdrspccialintcrcst lobbyists who V rnipioes uue plotters were being he said had too much T and workmens AThis lav increase as an is He said ho hclivei ii M C0nipcma1lon unemployment ls a Iwoodscd sword A lot r A third Radio Ankara announceilKil legislative committee meet be opened lo the press to re compense ion laws Here are the answers Hughes oi Alabama versy o aama were forecast to range from 27 entrance of any Negro who atThe university said it had ac 4 A li Anilit A I Mercury will tumble middle and upper 30s lo the sislance and legal defiance 1 Wallace said he would raise HOLD UP MONTEVIDEO Uruguay AP ceptcd the Negroes but wanted men disguised as Roman to delay their admission beCatholic nuns held up a bank Mon causc of racial unrcsl in Aladay and escaped with 300000 pcs bama Ios On the inside Editorials 4 Comics Society News g9 North Iowa News 10 Sports News Latest Markets 14 Mason City News H15 Clear Lake News 16 Farm News 17 Classified Pages of people were very happy to see no tax increase in this session A large part of the legislature and a appears that JE Opinions on me to When relicf u m irie press IO re duce the power of lobbyists andKavc IllrinR thc Rive the public adequate reprei appears scnlalioti in such meetings deal of the Democratic Hughes said the Senate also ty was enacted into should confirm appointees in open during the legislative session meetings instead of executive scsCluiotl Vmi have said you diuniUi sions as is the present practice decisions during the I think if theyre ROIIIK lo knock011 political basis There is IS f1 down an appointee they should however to be a political A Tv it in open meeting and Rivc him What do you believe thatLJ tPul f the reasons for heir disapproval cffett will i le tax hlls that dls lu CUSSCd y realized that they would get tax relief they upprov the governor said He said lie sincerely wanted certainly is a political i a 10 in lo overylhinu we do I bc 1319 lias lull and probably would haveilicve we Democrats as a party really wanted a tax bill I went so far down the road to com promise that a lot of our own peo   

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