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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 10c a Paper Consists of Four SccUonsSectiou 1963 Associalod and International Full No 112 ALTER Wayne Robinson weeps as she talks to the Mason City fire chief Clifford Fierce about the morning fire which de stroyed or damaged all her household possessions at 411 10th WiJC J1U1US a oneyearold child Firemen said that a threeyearold had been playing with matches in a closet where the fire started years hes no citizen Til 111 Reds rebuke China by ignoring lette UNVEILS RIGHTS PLAN Lake spots mixed on liquor opinion Coppens 84 a Moline tavern keeper since 1907 was all set to visit his homeland He had his inoculations physical checkup and passport picture and found out he American citizen MOSCOW AP The Kremlin has delivered an unprecedented stinging rebuke to the Chinese A funnyCommunists by refusing to pub I 1Inl t i r ng letter de Krushchevs u T b thing happened to Pete CoppensIish the latest planned trip to Belgium manding Premier scalp The slap was regarded by observers as a blunt Sovi vitation to the Chinese to away from the conference the have scheduled At the same time the Soviet statement accused the Chinese of distorting issues and denounced Chinese attacks on the Soviet Communist parties and parties siding with it Experts on SovietChinese af that the Chinese r n0t take affront sitting down but that they will is not an for July 5 to settle their ogical differences The Soviet Communist parrys Central Committee headed by Krushchev said Tuesday Shocked Coppens began to search for his citizenship papers He had none What he believed saia iuesci PhS were thatpublication of the i not acceptable for a passport letter would lead only to further Coppens isnt exactly sure what aggravation of the dispute shak happened He believes his father the Red world nisht registered his family when he came to Moline in 1802 His fath er died after the family was in this country 11 months With six children to rear Mrs Coppens apparently had more to do than worry about citizenship But the family did have a paper other things saying that among they could vote As a matter of fact Coppens has been a registered voter in Rock Island County for years He also has taken an active interest in church and community affairs I have sworn in hundreds of Belgians at the polls and served as character witness at naturali zation ceremonies for many peo ple coming from the old coun try Coppens says And Im not even a citizen Coppens is disappointed His friends have all gone on an es corted tour of he sits alone in his apartment Now that his wife is dead its lone some I like to play cards and talk to people Coppens says But he has two cousins hed like to see in East Flanders where he was born While Coppens isnt exactly blaming anyone he says he feels that rather poor records are kept The 30000 word Chinese Jelter had called on the Russians to publish Pekings charges and let Kight club and tavern owners and other busi nesses at Ctear Lake which might be interested in liquor by the drink are approaching it cautiously Five of the 14 queried said they nitely would not apply fox licenses three indicated immediate interest and the remaining six had a wait andsee attitude Those expressing qualified in terest usually indicated that the cost which in turn would decide profit will be the deciding factor Here are their reactions All Veterans Social Center North Shore Club Al Diaz manager Were definitely in terested As for applying for permit that will have to depend on whether there is any profit in it We havent figured it out Our business is mostly season will have to con al and we sider that VFW Club Robert Buck ircjf W1I1 chairman of operating commit show up in Moscow for the peace tee We nave no plans Well faik wait for further clarification of the law We havent decided yei to go into it or not Billys Casino Norman Scho ber manager Well have some discussion on it before we decide The Casino is owned by his mother Mrs Billy Scho Hoovers improvement miraculous NEW YORK wi Former Sugar plant planned ber all the Soviet comrades and i President Herbert Hnnvrn Vic Soviet people think for themselves irA macie an almost niiraoninnc Half Moon Inn Clayton Moon owneroperator We plan on it but not right away Well even tually go into it Lake Park Tap and Grill almost miraculousjMike Gasperi partner Were and judge who isTrigm anTS almost Gasperi partner Were is wrong The Chinese pointed from his illncss n0t to apply for a Permi out that they had published their a mily said WedrfSht oft the start Well just UL J at he Courthouse Now he is in the process of getting his final citizenship papers he said so he can at least die an American out that they had published their opponents criticisms The Central Committees state ment appeared to doom any pros pects for a settlement of the Mos cowPeking dispute at the July meeting The basic conflict is be tween the Chinese belief that Communists can conquer the world only by war and revolution while the Soviets hope to achieve the same goal by peaceful means The Chinese letter warned Rruschchev he will be ousted by wi n J ncsclay The Neil said friends as sicians are vitality spokesman Neil Mac his family and well as his phy astounded by his MacNeil said no more med ical bulletins would be issued if the 88yearold former presi dent continues to improve A bulletin Wednesday morn ing said there is no evidence that Hoovers present illness is vnaivju uy u i AHIHJC militant Communists unless he connccted with the cancer re abandons his policy of peaceful Lmovcfi from ns large intestine coexistence with the West ilasl August Growers to be liable in beer suits ondary to bleeding from gastrointestinal tract right off the start Well ride along for awhile Callanans Smoke Shop PaMl Callanan owner Not at this time Well see how things work out Those who said they would not apply for permits included Owen Darrow cwner of Dar rows Harbor who replied with a straight No The other four were Town Pump Clem Haggerty owner Not me Ruth and Jerrys Jerry Jones owner No I dont have any plans to apply for a permit Floyds Pastime Floyd Bardlscy owner No I dont DES MOINES multi million dollar plant to process sugar beets into sugar may be auilt in northwest Iowa or eastern South Dakota Douglas W Love of Salt Lake City Utah president of the Utah Idaho Sugar Co has confirmed hat his company has such a plant in a tentative planning stage but is months away from deciding whether it would be feasible Sugar beet production in eastern South Dakota started three years ago For the second year 40 Iowa farmers in Woodbury Harrison and Monona counties have been under contract with the Utah Idaho firm 2200 Hoover became seriously t lays ago and his trouble think it would work very good was described as anemia sec The Iowa farmers have acres devoted to producing sugar beets Love said reserve acreage allot menls are available under the Sugar Act of to grow sugar beets for a processing plant pro ided one is available in 1965 j He said a definite decision onl whether or where a plant is to be built will have to be made by next winter to have it operational in 1965 The companys closest process ing plant now is nearly 400 miles away at Belle Fourche SD 4 Inside The Globe CONCLAVE started to choose Pope Page 2 CURE TOLD for hog dis ease Page 3 Tiros launched CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Tiros 7 w e ather observatory satellite rocketed into orbit Wednesday and on its first global pass transmitted a series of cloud cover pictures The robot weather man main assignment of which is to study h u r r icanes and ty phoons born in the 1963 season shot into orbit aboard a threestage D e Ita rocket which blazed into the predawn darkness from Cape Canaveral at am The satellite in tan dem with the earlier Tiros 6 could provide the most extensive photographic investiga tion yet of a full hurri cane season Two hours after launching after the space package com pleted one circuit of the earth the National Aeronautics and Space Admin istration an nounced it was in suc cessful orbit about 400 miles above the earth Minutes later a track ingstation at Wallops Island Va reported receiving a set of cloud pictures which were de scrflbed as being good quality The success was the T8th straight for Ihe Delta space rocket The 90foot tall rock et brilliantly illumin ated the predawn dark ness as it thundered smoothly off its launch pad after a perfect countdown and sped across the sky on a northeast heading PETE COPPENS Horth Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Thursday A few scattered showers Wednesday night cooler northeast lows 55 to 40 Highs Thursday lower 80s Wcithtr details on page 2 DES MOINES WBccr tav erns and grocery stores selling beer will be liable along with licensee bars under the dram shop provision of Iowas new liquor law according to state attorneys The dram shop provision says the holder of a license to sell beer or liquor may be sued for damages caused by an intoxi cated person he has served William Yost an assistant at torney general said he has given several informal opinions that the provision which takes effect July 4 with the rest of the law will apply to beer taverns and grocery stores as well as establishments selling liquor by the drink He said no formal opinion has been requested of the attorney generals office Beer taverns and grocery stores which often sell beer for consumption elsewhere have been exempt from the dram shop law since the Iowa Su preme Court ruled years ago that beer was not an intoxicat ing beverage The new liability may mean that tavern and su permarket owners will buy li ability insurance to protect them m case they arc sued under the new law Bulletin GENEVA Unit ed States announced Wednes day that agreement to estab lish a hot communica tions link between Washing ton and Moscow to reduce the risk of war by accident will be signed shortly J m my business Beer and pool tables I dont think Ill con sider it at all Bells Tavern Glen Bell owner No I think so Not the way its set up I havent got too big a place and it would cost about to get started Those known to be definitely interested arc The Rilz Dean Gilles owner Yes we plan on it The entire operation will be in my name We are equipped to serve up stairs and downstairs The bar turn to pege 2 RICEVILLE family to be cited for Page 9 heroism PRIZES FOR best in roses golf Page IS 11 SEEK Miss Mason City title Page 33 Editorials 4 North Iowa news 89 Society news 16171819 Sports news 2122 2829 Soviet space duo safe Back from record flight MOSCOW Soviet UnVilciilina Tcrcshkov rmiJ ions manwoman space duel re turned safely to earth Wednesday with a record of 82 orbits and she with 49 landing in virgin lands area the Soviet news agency Tass said IA Col Valery Rykovsky and his blonde dimplechinned partner flights in their separate space ve hides Tass said Bykovsky was in his fifth day m space Miss Tereshkova in her third Tass said Valcnlina landed about 380 miles northeast of Kara ganda a coal mining center in the central Asian republic of Kaz akhstan and Bykovsky about 330 To oppose Shaff reapportionment oKjUX CITY UPI i ncncn i The flight League of Women Voters ended successfully j n ii nnun I1 11 ti Kennedy outlines program Calls it urgent WASHINGTON APJPresident Kennedy sent Congress Wednes day a fivepoint civil rights pro gram which he said would provide the most responsible reasonable and urgently needed solutions to discrimination in public accom modations education and employ ment In a 5500word special message Kennedy proposed one of the broadest civil rights programs in nearly a century to meet what he termed the growing moral crisis m American race relations Presented in language that took fullaccount of the inevitable bit leifight over them in Congress Kennedys proposals would 1 Bar racial discrimination hy hotels restaurants theaters stores and sports arenas As a last resort the attorney general would have authority to sue in suci a case if the rejected indi vidual could not finance the case himself 2 Add million o next years nidget to broaden existing and froposcd federal programs aimed t training and developing skilled manpower and expanding the em loyment opportunities of young Kennedy said unemploy ment falls with special cruelty on groups 3 Authorize the attorney gener to initiate federal court suits force desegregation of public chools and colleges when stu cnts have been denied equal rotection of the laws 4 Create a federal community olalions service to work with bi acial human relations commit ees in local communities to help ase tensions and suspicions to elp resolve interracial disputes nd to work quietly to improve clations in any community threat nod or torn with strife 5 Enact a Jaw making it lear that the federal government s not required to furnish any kind of financial assistance to my program or activity in which racial discrimination occurs Kennedy cited economic for eign policy and other reasons for his proposals but said the over riding argument is that they are right He called discrimination against Negroes in public accommodations a daily insult thai has no place m a country proud of its heritage The miles northwest ti rl heritage of the melting pot The cosmonauts arc feelingof equal rights of one nation and Tass reported The people Liz Dick make it official Will wed Clear Lake news Latest markets Y n announced TuosdVT SUCCCSSfUlly j No one has been oarrcd on ac Mason City news 3233 forminc a hi lsj ljnHlsPcakcrs carried the news cmmt of is race from fighting or 34Committcc to inmSn joyoVs Television for Americathere are no vtsLs1 or Bykovsky landed at p m tlc tlle President added and Valentino came down about i three hours earlier at am Moscow time Tass said pages 3738liionmcnl plan LIZ TAYLOR LONDON spokesman for actress Elizabeth Taylor confirmed Tuesday she plans to marry Richard Burton Ive just talked to both said her secretary Richard Ilanlcy and she says its she doesnt want to say any more than that He said he did not know when the wedding would take place Miss Taylor and Burton are still married she to American singer Eddie Fisher and Bur ton to Sybil Williams Burton Mrs Burton has been in New York since she separated from the actor Miss Taylor and Burton arc at present living in in separate suites at the Dor Chester Hotel Since they began filming to gether in Italy in the spring of 1062 on the spectacular Cleopatra they have been inseparable companions Burton is 17 Elizabeth 31 Kennedy asked all Congress members to aside sectional and political ties at what he RICHARD BURTON At the landing points the cos Imonauls were met by landing I crews friends doctors journai Jsls and sports commissars Tas said Cosmonauts Valcntina Tcrosn kova and Valory Bykovsky are feeling well it said NO MORE MICE j SAN DIEGO Calif UPn Ciaramitnro 40 had mice his house trailer He scaled off the trailer Monday and lighted a fumigation bomb un dcraoath The bomb iqmled leaking butane gas Ciararnitaro no longer lias mice in liis trailer prog as a may take and 4 however long it however troublesome it may be Noting that his proposals drafted after consultations with Please turn to page 2 242 SAME   

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