Thursday, July 11, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Crowds jeers aimed at Britains monarch LONDON leftist pro test against the state visit of King Paul and Queen Frederika of Greece hit Queen Elizabeth II Wednesday night For the first lime in modern history a British monarch was booed by a British crowd Queen Elizabeth was visibly shaken by the torrent of abuse from about 1500 of the Commu nists anarchists and banthe bombers who have been demon strating since the fourday state visit started Tuesday The queen drove off unsmiling and alone to Buckingham Palace instead of joining Prince Philip and the rest of the royal party at a government reception The demonstrations erupted out side Aldwych Theater where the queen and Prince Philip were hosts to Paul and Frederika at a gala theatrical performance As Queen Elizabeth arrived at the theater with King Paul the demonstrators shouted sieg heil and fascist swine at the Greek monarch She left the theater alone however and this time the boos were directed at her Five rows of police held back the screaming demonstrators They arrested nine of them in cluding David Hollman 29 an American who works here as a computer programmer Hollman was charged with possessing an offensive rol of paper containing a dart Several minutes before Queen Elizabeth left the theater booing greeted the departing Greek cou ple It reached a peak as Prince Philip joined them in a glass roofed limousine and snapped on the interior light The same treatment was given Queen Mother Elizabeth and new ly married Princess Alexandra and her husband Angus Ogilvy as they entered their cars There was some scattered cheering with each outburst hosv evcr Home secretary Henry Brooke denounced the demonstration The queen of England was booed and 1 am furious he said 1 never thought such a thing happen in Britain There are 50 million decent people in his country and it is distressing that Ihe countrys rep utation should be unbalanced by an irresponsible minority The demonstration was organ ized by the Committee of 100 a banthebomb group which de mands liberation of nearly 1000 prisoners held in Greece since the postwar Communist uprising Newspaper pictures taken in side the theater showed Queen North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the The newspaper that mokes all North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Elizabeth looking far from happy Queen Frederika by contrast appeared cheerful She waved her handkerchief to booers and cheer crs alike More trouble was expected Thursday night The leftist groups defying police orders called for a march on Clarklges Hotel where lie Greek king and queen are giv ing a banquet for British royalty ind government ministers Home Edition VOL 103 AsucUted Preu tad United Preu International Full LeaM Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 11 1943 10c a Paper Consists ot Two No 131 Told Rail meeting starts 6man panel Meet JFKs panel on work rules WASHINGTON UPI Here are sketches of members of the Presidential panel named Wed nesday to study the railroac rules dispute W Willard Wirtz The pipe smoking panel chairman who Became labor secretary in August when Arthur Goldberg resigned to become a supreme court justice is respected by labor and management alike as a tough witty arbitrator Now 51 he is a former college pro fessor Chicago law partner of Adlai Stevenson and 194frchair man of the nation al wage stabilization board Luther H Hodges Vice chairman of the panel the com merce secretaryat 65 is the old est member of the cabinet As governor of North Carolina the heavyset whitehaired Hodges sparked his states industrial boom and its expansion of for eign trade A hard worker Hodges started as a 50centa day cotton mill worker and be came independently wealthy af 52 George Meany The 68year old president of the AFLCIO began working at 16 as an ap prentice plumber in New York a power behind the scenes in the to hear case WASHINGTON AP With a nationwide railroad strike tempo rarily averted new machinery de vised by President Kennedy for another attempt at settling the fouryearold jobs dispute got a tuneup Thursday This date was to mark the be ginning of a nationwide rail walk out but a dramatic announcemen by Kennedy less than eight hour before the am strike dead line set a new timetable In a brief report from the White House the President late Wednes day announced the appointment o a special sixman subcommittee o the LaborManagement Advisor Committee to make a new stud ofthe dispute and to report ii findings by July 22 At the same time he announce agreement by the railroads an five operating unions to freeze an work rules changes or strike n tice until July 29 Kennedy said that on July 22 he will send his own recommenda tions and the special committees report to Congress This would mean Congress would have just one week to come up with legis lation to prevent a strike if an agreement is not reached Meanwhile Secretary of Labor W Wiilard Wirtz named chain man of the new special commit tee by Kennedy set up a morn Negro Coed is first atSCU Also slaps order on parks HENRI MONTEITH slowly rising through the ranks Joseph L Block Chairman of organized labor Like Wirtz Inland steel Co Block won during World War II to stimu late the nations vital produc tion effort George Harrison President of the order of railway clerks Harrison dresses like a banker but is one of railroad labors most experienced spokesmen He is one of labors bestpaid leaders and is reported to be ing meeting Thursday with rep resentatives of the rail carriers and unions Inside The Globe CHINESERED talks fal ter again as up one ap pears Page 3 WOMENS invitatkma golf meet at Hampton Page 6 MASON CITY railroader kind of discouraged 13 ECONOMIST speaks a Floyd County Beef Tou Page 18 Sectary new steel crisis when he refused to go along with the rest of the steer industrys proposed increases A graduate of Cornell University Block 60 served on the war production board as the steel industrys representative Stuart T A short oundfaced man the president of Norfolk Western Railway las made that carrier one of the most profitable of all US rail oads He is to become board hairman and chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Rail oad on Sept 1 A former Wash ngton lawyer Saunders s known for his analytical mine and tothepoint arguments Secretary of Commerce Luther H Hodges vice chairman of the committee also will be on hand The meeting was called as a planning and organization session and follows fast on the continuous ound of labormanagementgov ernment meetings here since June OK boost in rates for telegrams WASHINGTON UPI The Federal Communications Com mission Thursday a u t horized Western Union to increase its domestic public message rates by 10 per cent effective imme The new rates provide for increases ranging from 10 to 20 cents for the full rale up to 15 words The higher rates apply to full rate telegrams night and day letters messages sent with money orders public facsimile service and certain quotation services the FCC said Joice man hurt as car crashes through shop 17 A spokesman for the rail unions said that two of the five top rail union officers definitely would be present They are Charles Luna president of the AFLCIO Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen and Louis J Wagner president of the independent Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen The heads of the three other rail unions left Washington late Wednesday Timm Joice businessman was injured Thursday morning when a car being driven into his auto repair shop suddenly speeded up and hit him crashed through the front of the building and came to rest at the gasoline pumps The attending physician at a COLUMBIA SC AP Sepa rate orders ending segregation a he University of South Carolina and in public parks operated by he state of South Carolina wer issued Wednesday by US Dist Judge J Robert Martin o Greenville Martin ordered the allwhit university to admit Negro coe Henri Monteith of Columbia e rolled at the beginning of the nex semester In an accompanying orde Martin ordered the state to ad mit Negroes to all of its 26 state operated parks by midSeptem ber State officials were undecided about appealing the rulings State Atty Gen Daniel R McLeod said he would have to read Judge Martins entire ruling before mak ing a decision on an appeal Miss Monteith 17 daughter of a Columbia school teacher at tended the College of Notre Dame for Women in Baltimore during the 196263 school year She en tered the Baltimore school after her application to the University of South Carolina was rejected last summer She would become the second Negro to attend a previously all white statesupported college in South Carolina Harvey B Gantt of Charleston entered Clemson Stuck wiffi title Getting really wrapped in their work are these two youngsters who won first places in girls and boys bubblegum blowing contests at Philadelphia play grounds Mary Scanlon tenyearold girl winner is almost hidden behind a huge bubble as she won her title while Bill Kelly 10 who won the boys championship finds himself stuck with his title Liquor mixup seen DES MOINES Ml State Liquor Control Commission is violating the legislative intent of the new liquor law if it charges for liquor licenses in un incorporated towns Slate Rep William Schcrle RIIenderson said Thursday Schcrle said the law provides lhat licenses issued to establish ments not in incorporated areas shall cost But the legislatures intent was not to penalize establish ments in platted villages and small unincorporated towns Schcrle said J O 1111111 JllJOiVlUlI Utr i j Mason City hospital begins that he was in satisfactory con dition Timm suffered multiple compound fractures of the left leg Timm formerly of Mason City was given first aid by Dr C W Peterson Fertile who was in Joice at the time of the accident He was taken by am bulance to Mason City College in early February also under a court order Miss Monteith expressing gratefulness for the courts ruling said she had not decided if she will enter the university in Sep the next full semes Her mother Mrs R R Mon teith told newsmen there are certain things to be decided in cluding some financial matters before Henri enrolls The have one other child a 20yearold son who at Please turn to page 1 Its just a family Ike Mamie in Boone to see Uncle Joel Matan City news Clear Lakanews 15 Tramsert timeteWa H Classified Mr Nerlti lewe North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cieudy and warmer Thursday laws ttet CensideraMa claudinass Fri day wrm scattered shawars n d fhunderstacms mostly in the Its Waatfcar details an aafe J IKK Joel Carlson of Boone said Thursday he thought it was awfully nice of the Eisen howers to drop in for lunch Former President and Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower did just that It isnt a big thing Carlson told the GlobeGazette just a family affair The President and Mamie wanted it as quiet as possible so I didnt ask friends in Ive had lots of calls from folks wanting to see them but I had to refuse This isnt an open house Theyre just concerned about me now that Im alone and de cided to come and visit Carlsons sister was Mrs Eis enhowers mother the late Mrs John S Doud Mrs Eisenhower last visited Boone three years ago at the time of the death of Mrs Carlson Carlson didnt care to pinpoint his age but admitted he is getting along He retired The Globes Iowa Line The GlobeOiietles exclasiTe lonr tistince telephone wire used to Other lor this from the banking business in 1957 Carlson was grateful that the threatened railroad strike scheduled for Thursday morn ing didnt materialize If it had Ike and Mamie couldnt have made it said Carlson The Eisenhowers arrived in DCS Moines in a private rail road car at am Thurs day It was attached to a Rock Island train Following breakfast in DCS Moines the former president and his wife drove to Boone to take lunch with Carlson The president has to be back in Gettysburg Penn on July 13 so the strike made things un certain said Carlson Mamie called me though Wednesday to say hey would be here Carlson said he didnt think it would be exactly right to tell what they had for lunch I left that up to my house keeper Mrs Edna he said Carlson said the last time the Please turn to page 2 It would not be fair to charge for a license in a village of 100 people and only charge for a license in a town of 1000 Scherle said that in Mills County a tavern operator in the platted of Mineola is seeking a license but the Board of Supervisors has indicated the license would cost Scherle said there are prob ably hundreds of other such un incorporated villages in the state facing the same problem He said he planned to meet with Ihc liquor commission and mem bers of the attorney generals staff in an attempt to get the license for in such villages Establishments in such little towns just cant afford to pay for a liquor license Schcrle said But if they dont get a license there undoubtedly will be bootlegging in such areas When the legislature set the cost a license in unincorpor ated areas it meant roadhouses and other establishments out in the country Scherle said The legislature certainly did not in tend that establishments in vil lages and very small towns should have to pay more for a license than was paid in bigger towns Schcrle said state Sen Jack Schroecicr RBcttcndorf also has been talking to the liquor commission about the problem Homer Adcock commission chairman said the law provides for the license fee for es tablishments in unincorporated areas and the commission would have to follow the law Bulletins QUITO Edcuador An army revolt deposed President Carlos Arosemena A junta headed by the four highest ranking officers on the active list announced it had taken over the government Tanks surrounded the national and the army seized key buildings HASTINGS England UPI A violent explosion rocked the seaside resort town of Hast ings Thursday First reports said at least 50 persons were rushed to a hospital after the blast ripped through a hotel restaurant shops and cafes MAMIE SAME