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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Wingding at i Legal drinks tested ONE OF THE FIRST Jan Mosely D raises her glass in atoast as she prepares to enjoy one of the first legal acrossthebar drinks in Iowa in many years She is aboard the SS Empress an ex cursion boat on Lake Okoboji Mason City stays on water wagon OKOBOJI UB The debut of liquor by the drink in this resort area was a smash log success Restaurants and night clubs were packed Friday night within hours1 after they received liquor licenses Many had to stop taking reservations early in the afternoon Our customers were all real happy about being able to get a drink said Coila Titterington operator of Vern and Coilas restaurant in West Okoboji We were packed all night with customers she said And although we were pretty disorganized at first we didnt have a complaint This is really going to help business up here she said Mrs Titterington said she received no complaints about the cost of drinks which sold for 80 cents for bar bour bon 75 cents for other cock tails We had orders for wine and afterdinner drink s Mrs Titterington said The customers wanted a little bit of everything Business also was boom ing Friday night at the Black Coach restaurant where the first legal drink of liquor sold in Iowa in 47 years was dispensed by Jerry Stockdale Black Coach own er who received the first commercial liquor license Stockdale stopped taking reservations for the evening before the first drink was sold in his new restaurant The first drink was a bour bon and seltzer sold for 65 cents to Stockdales brother John Both are Estherviiie businessmen Homers Restaurant the S S Empress an excursion boat on West Lake Okoboji and the Driftwood Tavern also sold drinks during the afternoon Drinks ranged in price from 50 cents for bar bourbon up to for afterdinner drinks and cocktails Among the licenses ap proved Friday were 41 from Dubuque taken by state Sen Andrew Frommelt DDubu que to Des Moines for ap proval The haul by the com mission from license fees which ranged in cost from to was about Friday state keeps about half the money and returns the other half to city or town councils or coun ty boards of supervisors The Okoboji area received 11 of the more than 90 licenses approved by the State Liquor Control Com mission in Des Moines Fri day the first day the com mission could act under the new liquor laws which went into efefct on July 4 a legal holiday No other applications will be approved until Monday because the commission did not meet Saturday Among the many other clubs taverns restaurants hotels and motels which sold liquor in Iowa Friday night was the University Athletic Club near the University of Iowa golf course in Iowa City The Burlington Milwaukee turn to page 2 The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 10e Paper Consists of Two OM International FuH Leate Associated Preii and United No 127 SERVES LEGAL DRINK Mrs Bob of owner of SS Empress LakeOkoboji excursion boat holds a glass high as she prepares to serve one of the first legal drinks of liquor after the State Liquor Commission approved the boats liquor license Thursday Cerro Gordo County stayed on the water wagon over the weekend Not a single liquor license has been approved by the city stolen from Joice Coop safe JOICE safe was broken open early Saturday Joice Cooperative Elevator and in cash and a number of checkswere taken The robbery wasdiscovered at 7 am Satur day by Wayne Ellertson an ele vator employe Michael 0 Leraaen Worth County sheriff said entrance was gained by prying open a window on the south side of the elevator office He said he had checked the building at 1 am and everything was all right at that time JFK Trip showed affection for people in US WASHINGTON WtReporting on his recent trip to Europe Presi dtent Kennedy says he heard ex pressions of confidence in the United States from the leaders o Britain West Germany Italy and Ireland and felt the admiration and affection that their people had for the people of the United Above all Kennedy said in a report taped television and radio use Friday night I found in every country a deejj convic tion in our common goals the unity of the West the freedom o man the necessity for peace In his brief report the Presi dent said every American has reason to be proud of this na tions reputation and standing in Europe Reverend Casey dies in Chicago CHICAGO AP The Rt Rev Msgr George J Casey GO vicar general of the Catholic archdio cese of Chicago died Friday in Mercy Hospital Msgr Casey who became ill suddenly was elevated to monsignor in 1939 and was appointed vicar general in 1943 North Weather outlook Partty ctovdy with occasion showers and locally heavy roim Sunday Net much in Lew Scfuretey in in on 2 council of Mason City or the ounty board of supervisors The three applications ap proved by the Clear Lake city council Friday night will not e submitted to the Iowa Liquor Control Commission un til Monday Witkes Restaurant the Surf Catering Co doing business as the Surf Ballroom and Holiday Lounge had applica ions approved at Clear Lake No other applications were 1 No applications have been received by the county as yet Supervisor Elmer Smith re ported Friday Appl i c a t i o n s have been received by the city clerk of Mason City from the Elks Club and the Hotel Hanford Mayor Seorge Mendon said no date jas been set for a meeting of the council to pass on the ap plications City Atty William Pappas is expected back Mon day being gone for more than a week on vacation Six North Iowa clubs in cluding three private clubs and three public clubs were among the first 100 clubs to receive Iquor licenses from the Iowa Liquor Control Commission Friday The North Iowa clubs to AVVTVCI yiuua IAI receive licenses were the Clar mond Country Club Clarion the Eagle Grove Country Club Eagle Grove the New Hamp ton Golf and Country Club New Hampton the Sahara Supper Club Sheffield Helens Supper Club Eagle Grove and Rogers Famous Hampton Foods New Riggins is the owner operator of the Sahara Supper redith NAACP in WILLIAM O McCAULEY McCauley foreman at Globe dies William D McCauley 56 302 Kentucky SB composing room superintendent of the Globe Gazette died Saturday morning at a Mason City hospital follow ing a heart attack at work Mr McCauley had been an employe of the GlobeGazette for 41 years starting in 1922 as an apprentice He advanced to journeyman printer and was named superintendent in 1937 Born inWaterloo on May 21 1907 he came to Mason City in car collision west of here Police said four of the youths were in one carand the driver of the second car was alone It was the second Michigan traffic accident in less than 12 lours which claimed the lives of five persons Killed in the accident here were Richard Digiacomo 22 Mason City schools He married Foxsen at Whittemore 1934 She preceded him in death in 1960 include two chil dren Mrs Robert Maryon Murray St Paul Gary corpor al in the Marine Corps at Quan tico Va his mother Mrs Lor D a v i d a Buffington Fairfield Calif He was notified of the birth of third grandchild a hours before his death few Heleo Middleton owns Helens Supper Club 317 die in U S traffic V MTED FBESS A count at am Satur day showed at least 317 persons four sisters Mrs Kenneth Mer had died since the 102hcorf hoinss Mason City Mrs Kathryn aic iday weekend started at Chicago Mrs Leo complete at Colonial Funera Wednesday Iowa safety officials counted 12 deaths attributed to traffic since the holiday began Employment up in Detroit WASHINGTON UPI The Labor Department has removed Detroit from the substantial un employment lists due to record auto production which has gives the city best job total since mid1957 The department Friday moved Detroit Mo the moder ate unemployment category after joblessness dropped from 6 to S9 per cent down to 3to 59 per cent Labor officials pre dieted Detroit employment would increase through mid summer Warren Shenandoah and Mrs Five youths crash in POUT AUSTIN Mich UPI million in bills printed on school press HAYWARD Calif One of the biggest counterfeit ing cases in U S history spread to Alameda State College Fri day when a suspect told au thorities he printed about million in bogus bills on a school printing press Police said the suspect Don ald J Carothers 21 a press operator made the admission shortly after being arrested He was the fourth suspect to be picked up by Secret Service agents and local police He was a member of St Jonight he thought the Black tico Va his mother Mrs Catholic Church and the Muslim movement was like etta McCauley 320 Delaware nd 4th Degrees of Knights the Ku Klux Klans and two SE two brothers Lyle Columbus He was a past wrongs dont make a right City Francis Hanlontown and President of the Iowa Newspaper Patterson said I disagree Mechanical conference funeral arrangements are in Home Grpsse Ppinte Shores the driver IL7MUJL C3 UJC U4 i V CJ gay holiday trip ended ib of one car George Thesom 18 tragedy early Saturday when Royal Oak John J Holzhofer five youths ranging in age from 21 Caseville Kenneth G Sel 18 to 22 were killed in atwolers 18 Royal Oak and John E Quilico 19 Flint Police said Digiacomo was driving one car but were un able to determine who was driv ing the other car Digiacomo was headed east on Michigan 25 and the other car was headed west The other car vas overtaking and passing two other vehicles with the intention of turning left into a cutoff po ke said The car with the four men made it just past the two other vehicles but could not return o its own lane in time to avoid sitting the other car A third car then went out of control and crashed into a gaso line pump at a service station further down the highway Two persons were injured but the extent of their injuries was not known Friday night five persons were killed when a truck crashed into a car at Lansing Mich Patterson hopes Black Muslims are banned NEW YORK heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Patterson said Friday disagree with their move wholeheartedly and just like the Ku Klux Klans I hope that they are eventually banned Hunt suspect after family is murdered FERGUS FALLS Minn UPI manhunt was under way across the midwest Saturday for a 25yearold mental pat Jen after his wife and two young children were found slashed to death in their home Velda Stangvik21 was found lying on her back in the bath room late Friday with her throat cut Her children Rebec ca Lynn 3 and Scott Philip nearly i lay dead in their cribs with their throats slashed State highway patrolmen sheriffs officers and police across the midwest searched for Philip C Stangvik on a five day pass from the Fergus Falls State Hospital He had been seen at his estranged wifes iome Thursday night about the ime the wife and children were believed to have been killed Sheriff Russell Brooberg de scribed Stangvik as 62 and 165 pounds with reddish wavy hair air complexion and blue eyes 1e was believed driving his own car 1955 twotone green Ford with Minnesota license 9C7108 Hope to plant seeds harvest rain for dry area SHENANDOAH Farm interested in getting more rain for their parched lands will meet here Sahir day night to discuss the pot sibifity of reactivating i oncesuccessful cloudseeding operation They were members of the laMo Weather Modification Association an eightcounty group covering southwestern Iowa and Northwestern Mis souri The association has been in active since 19S1 program was successful Rainfall has been since then JAMES MEREDITH inside The Globe U S JOBS pass Wallace prediction Page 2 1943 MOHAWKS back for reunion Page 9 IRANIAN students spend 4 weeks in Mason City Page 12 OK PLANS for new Britt Methodist Church Page 18 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news S Church news 4 Society news 8 Sports news 910 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 4 Transport timetable 16 Classified pages 1617 North Iowa news 18 PRODUCER KILLED LOS ANGELES Tyssen 42 prizewinning tele vision film producer was killed when its Thursday in the crash of a light jccessful piane at Baja California Airport sufficient Tyssen won the 1963 Cannes Film Fesitval award for commercials Chinese newspapers assail Nikita MOSCOW China as sailed Premier Khrushchev again Saturday as its sevenman mission to Moscow went off with a Krem lin team apparently to open the first real working session on the ideological fued between the two largest Communist powers After getting together Thursday for what appeared to be a largely ceremonial and organiza tional meeting the two delega tions drove to a villa in the Lenin Hills overlooking Moscow this morning Their meeting was be ing held in secret The villa is recreational area and seldom used for high level talks The Chinese delega tion leader Teng HsiaoPing Gen eral secretary of the Chinese Communist Party drove there just before 10 am Mikhail SusJov head of the So viet delegation left the Kremlin about the same time Soviet newspapers had little to say about the meetings between experts of the Soviet and Chinese Communist parties The dispute on how to attain world supremacy for communism is not officially struggle between the two gov ernments but one between the parties Pravda the Soviet party news paper printed a defense of Khrushchevs peaceful coexistence policy but made no mention of the meeting Communist Chinese newspapers in Hong Kong followed up new blasts from Peking by singling out Khrushchev by name accus ing him of being the man who tore hundreds of economic agree ments between China and Rus sia into pieces The daily Ching Po compared Khrushchev to President Kenne dy saying each is trying to be come the worlds greatest hero with one using the other to attain the goal Ching Po ridiculed Khrushchev about the Berlin Wall Unfortunately the Berlin Wall was built by Khrushchev it said Otherwise the Ks could have met in Berlin during their recent European visits for a peaceful coexistence sumit con ference Peking charged Khrushchev is selling out communism and is be ing too soft on the west Booed by own race in speech CHICAGO UPI James H Meredith the Negro who inte grated the University of Bfissis sippi and became a hero to his race charged Saturday that in tolerance and bigotry among his own people endanger the civil rights movement Meredith who was roughly treated by his audience after a speech Friday night at a ses sion of the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People bitterly attacked his detractors In an interview with a report er Meredith said I shed my first tears early this morning since I was a child Throughout all of the other ordeals that I lave cncovmtcrcd I was able to maintain my composure However the discourtesy shown me Friday night by roup before which I had been nvitcd to speak overwhelmed me My makeup cannot endure his kind of intolerance and stand to be so dishonored by my own people Meredith said Merediths remarks to an NAACP youth group resulted in a sharp hassle Meredith was re jukcd by a youth leader as be ing loo moderate Association officials interpret eel his speech as being offensive and scolding His main point was that certain Negro youth have not acted responsibly Immediately after the report er left Merediths hotel room the newsman encountered Roy Wilkins executive secretary of the NAACP The reporter told Wilkins of Merediths complaint Did he say that he was re sponsible for the treatment he received Wilkins snapped Did he say that he was criti cized because he called the audi ence burrheads or did he otherwise tell why he was treat ed as he was NAACP is not ooinS issue an apology to Mr Mere dith Wilkins said If anybody is going to do any apologiring it should be him for making such statements Meredith said he became Please turn to pajH 2 SAMf DATE W2 252 Mack FUf Means Truffle IB U Bmnk  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