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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Newspaper for the Horn VOL 103 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition Preii interflatlonil MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 1 1H3 10e i Piptt Corulsts of four SeclionsSoctlon On No 122 START ZIP GraeSPj Edward Day demonstrates a talking Mr Zip trade mark of the Post Office Departments new ZIP zoneimprovement plan code system which went into effect Monday The figures will be in post offices and will deliver a ZIP code song by Ethel Merman Postmen will deliver 72 million cards to mailing ad dresses giving the new five numeral codes to be used in addresses Thousands go to Gettysburg test GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD Pa by the magnet of awesome history throngs from North and South commemorate Monday the beginning of the great est battle ever fought in the West ern Hemisphere On this day 100 years ago Gen Robert E Lees Confederates drove the hosts of Gen George Gordon Meade across rolling coun tryside and through the streets of to find the fed eral troops finally rallying on Cemetery Hill and Ridge Nobody in authority could say Monday howmany thousands of visitors have come to this flag be decked town population in whose shops one can buy any thing from statuettes of Lee and Defiant US students go on Cuba trip HAVANA ffi A group of 59 American students arrivj Sun day on what they called a fact finding visit to Cuba They came in defiance of a warning of possible prosecution on turn to the United States We came to Cuba to see for ourselves whether or not we like what is happening here said Levi Laub 27 of New York spokesman for the group Laub who said he was a stu dent at Columbia University said U S authorities had re fused permission for the trip Consequently they traveled to Meade to Civil War riflesguaran teed to be shootable But the side walks are thronged like a big city Many of the men wear Civil War garb and beards that took long in the growing and many of the women wear long calico skirts and bonnets Three days lattr Lee a beaten mai nobly asserting It was all my fault ordered a the Civil War had reached its turning point The highlight of Mondays com memoration was a solemn after noon ceremony at the Eternal Light peace memorial overlooking the scene of the first days clash Governors or other representa tives of 27 of the 29 states whose men fought and fell here were hand to lay wreaths at the monu ments base and otherwise pay tribute to the dead Louisiana and Tennessee decided not to send a representation Another event on Mondays pro ram was the dedication by Post master General J Edward Day of a Gettysburg commemorative U S protests to Italy Police shove official Secret Service man also pushed ROME United States is filing a protest with the Ital ian government about alleged manhandling and mistreatment of members of President Kenne dys official party informed sources said The protest it was learned Monday covers actions by Ital ian police and military person nel against White House aides State Department officials and members of the American press corps traveling with Kennedy Making the protest was an gier Biddle Duke State De partment chief of protocol who was himself jostled hy police at the Quirinal Palace the resi dence of Italian President An tonio Segni Physical obstruction of move ments by Americans traveling with the Presidentaroused con siderable ire among the U S party and reportedly disturbed Kennedy himself It was understood that Dukej would make an oral protest presumably to theForeign Min istry Duke was barred from th ijuirinal Palace for a time dur ing Kennedys conference then with Segni and Premier Gio vanni Leone Monday morning gh up JFK bodyguard Barry Crawford assume offices Hughes gives 2 PARTYING CHIEFS OF COMMUNIST Premier Khrushchev joins other Soviet bloc leaders in a pleasure cruise on an East Berlin Lake From left in foreground around table Antonin Novotny Czechoslovakia Red chief Wladyslaw Gomulka Po lish leader Khrushchev and Willy man premier The Soviet satellite leader with East headed A French reporter saw Duk being pushed away from th gate by an Italian policeman and explained in Italian tha Duke was a bona fide US of ficial At this point Duke who holds ambassadorial rank wa admitted Other Kennedy aides who gained entrance to the Quirinia only after much shoving an loud argumcnls included The dore Sorenson the Presidents special counsel and McGcorge Bundy special assistant for na tional securityaffairs Even Kennedys Secret Serv ice bodyguard had repeated dif ficulties with Italian authori ties At one point the Italians attempted to prevent Secrel Service agents from following he President in the motorcade that brought him into the city Havana by way Czechoslovakia of Prague They US authorities men aced uswith jirison or fines said Laub they arc afraid we will learn what pap ers say on Cuba is lies Helen Fleming 18 of San risa a man from Dixie locked in bay onet combat Throughout the threeday ob servance Vignettes of History will be given by amateur theatri cal groups clad in reproductions of the dress of a century ago Monday morning Another incident involved ef forts to get US newsmen and photographers into the airport to cover Kennedys arriva from Milan Buses carrying the press corps were barred fr6m Please turn to page 2 Dont give up Relief from heat is expected Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS July normally the warmest month of the year in Iowa opened on a hot and humid note Monday But the weatherman said there is reason to hope for re lief Monday night and Tuesday Francisco said the group wasat least in the west and north defending the right of free travjas coolcr air enters those por el and didnt feel that the group tlons fate fcad broken any law A bnsht sun rosc North Iowa Weather outlook Clear pertty cloudy with chance of a few thvndershow ers Monday mffct and Tues day Lows Monday night 71 Turninej cooler Tuesday in lew 90s Weather en page J A bright sun rose over the state again Monday morning after temperatures did not drop much below the 70degree mark during the night Overnight lows ranged from 66 76 at Ottumwa at Spencer to The mercury reached an offi cial high of 100 at Fort Dodge Boone and Rockwell City Sun day Muscatine had an unoffi cial 104 with an official reading of Garners 99 was its warmest June 30 on record Cedar Rap ids o reading was recorded at Esther villc Decorah and Audubon Audubon Sioux City was the coolest place Sunday with 94 The extreme heat caused some highways in central Iowa to buckle At Ledges State Park in Boone County the largest num ber of campers of the season checked in Saturday night There were 401 units However park attendance Sunday was only 7500 down about 2000 from ndrmal Apparently it was just too hot for people to travel There is a chance of widely scattered thunderstorms in the west and north Monday nigltf and in the east Tuesday The outlook for the Fourth of July is for partly cloudy skies coolcr temperatures and scattered thundershowers in the east and south 2 sh n Red parley Report lost newsman may be in Russia LONDON UPI The gov ernment said Monday missing British Newsman Harold sy reported to have been a former British counterinteUig ance chief in Washington may lave gone behind the iron cur Lord Privy Seal Edward Heath told the House of Com mons that Philby who ad nitted he once worked for the Soviets tipped off British diplomats Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean that Britishs secret service was about to on them Burgess irack down and Maclean fled to Russia in 1951 Philby was serving as first secretary in the British em bassy in Washington at the ime British press reports said le was then serving as senior official of the counterintel igence service BERLIN possible new break in the Com munist facade has appeared Romanias veteran Red shunned the top level hfsTlSr held in told an East audience Sun ight that communism stands as firm as granite But the gap in the bramie Inside The Globe DEATH TAKES 5 children in fiery crash Page 2 OK 5 FIRMS to sell dram Page of the European Reds standing glumly around him underlined the grow ing crisis in the world Com munist movement Also as was Albania which has supported Com munist China in its dispute with the Soviet Union Romanias was all the more glaring since Khrushchev sresumably summoned his satel lite chiefs to muster support for conference with the Red Chinese which opens in Moscow Friday Red China declared Monday that its quarrel with he Soviet Union lad grown from an ideological dispute to a question of govern ment relations It said it still intends to send a delegation to Moscow to discuss differences but emphasized that it will hold to ils tough line A Chinese Communist party statement charged that the Soviet expulsion of five Chinese from the Soviet Union last week con stituted a seriois step in further worsening of ChineseSoviet rela tions and in manufacturing a split in the international Communist movement Ostensibly the European Red leaders gathered in East Berlin shop insurance 3 ONE WOMAN has 500 to celebrate the birthday of East German Communist leader Walter bells to ring Page 10 Ulbricht who was 70 Sunday But as the Red brass assembled it on fourth ofl 3RD GENERATION Forest City doctors in Forest City Page 13 ROPS LOOK good despite hottest June since 56 Page 30 Editorials 4 Society news 8f10 North Iowa news Comics Sports news became apparent the meeting had a more significant purpose Albania North Korea and North Viet Nam have committed them selves openly to Peking They have endorsed the Chinese view that Khrushchevs efforts to avoid nuclear war with the West have carried him out of the sphere of revolutionary communism Khrushchev wound up a brief Business is target of rights bill WASHINGTON AP Ally Jen Robert F Kennedy declared Monday that segregation of pri vately owned businesses that serve he public is ore of the most jmbitlering forms of racial dis crimination and asked Congress o outlaw it Testifying in behalf of a key 4 vu ui ytiiail Lri iJ KcY communist summit gettogetherjProvision of President Kennedys Monday with pledges of support civil rights package the attorney general told the Senate Commerce Committee that such discrimina tion is nn insult and humiliation to millions of American citizens from his European satellites in his quarrel with Red China The Soviet leader will climax his visit to East Berlin with a major speech to a mass meetimmoral logic of Ken ing Tuesday afternoon said in hjs prepared stale nist authorities announced Public meeting on liquor law set Wednesday The Cerro Gorde County attorney will explain pro visions of Iowas new liquor law at e public meeting Wed nesday The meeting is at 1 pm at the Music Hall David Butler county attorney will conduct the meeting All in terested persons are invited Butler said particularly city and county officials and beer permit holders DES M01NES liar old Hughes Monday administered oalhs of office to his two contro versial appointees Robert Barry of Danbviry and Corbin Crawford Barry named to the Highway Commission and Crawford ar pointed to the Slate Board of Con rol met separately with the gov ernor in his SlatehoDse office During the last legislative ses sion Die Republican Senate re used confirmation of the two Democrats for regular appoint ments After the session the Demo cratic governor gave the two interim appointments effective Monday However Republican Atty Gen Evan Hultman ruled the appoint ments invalid and said that the present job holderscould continue m office Crawford a farmer Was named to replace Walter Coriway Musca tine Democrat whose term on the three member Board of Control expired Sunday Conway at first iad said he would notresign his post but indi cated that he would not rccjualify Terms of three of the mem bers of the Highway Commission xpired Sunday and they have in clicaled that they vould not re main in office They are Robert eir of Spencer Jo Stong of Keo auqua and William Nicholas of Jlear Lake all Republicans A highway commissioner is paid 7000 and also is allowed up to 500 a year to maintain an office n his home town Crawford went to work immedi tely Monday at the State Office Juiding here Barry an auto calcr will be present for the Jighway Commission meelhiz his week Cresco man drowns while swimming CRESCOA Cresco man Describing what he called the Ronajd Wohlsdorf 29 drowned Ord ment White people of whatever kind prostitutes narcotics push ers Communists or bank robbers welcome at establishments which will not admit certain of our federal judges ambassador and countless members of our armed forces Kennedy generally following Ihe same arguments he presented in testifying for the rights pack age last week before a House sub committee said the admin istration bill to outlaw segrega tion in public accommodations would set no legislative precedent and deny no right except the right to plainly a right to commit wrong out state manded immediate departure of a Soviet diplomat accusing him of attempting to recruit for 13 espionage an alien who is an 14 employe of the US government The department accused So Clear Lake ncwi M232425viet Embassy Attache Gennadiy 1 J Latest Markets Mason City news Transport timetable 3C3 his diplomatic status Classified pages M35i Beginning April 28 it said to recruit for espionage an alien resident who is an em ploye of the United States Gov ernment The employe was not immedi ately identified The State De partment said the Russian tried to coerce him by threaten to members of his resident in the Soviet Union if he did not cooperate The acting head of the Soviet Sunday afternoon while swim ming in the Mississippi River near Lansing While teaching his children to swim he dived into 15 feet of water and didnt come Wohlsdorf worked with hit father Allen Wohlsdorf at the Cresco Concrete Works Surviving besides his pamnls are his wife and three small children Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Bradley Funer al Home Mandatory death sentence ended ALBANY NY f AP T mandatory death penalty for per sons convicted of premeditated murder was abolished in New York Stale Monday Under a law effective Monday the penalty for premeditated mur Icr will be life imprisonment un ess the jury meeting in a separ ate session after returning a ver dict agrees unanimously on death penalty nienko minister counselor was summondcd to the Stale Depart ment and informed of the charges by Richard H Davis acting head of the departments European section The State Department was ex pected to disclose details of the case later Monday Meanwhile it was learned Please turn to pege 2 SAME   

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