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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Charles City The Charted city Press opened for business Thursday under new ownership and with union at w or k with a new Willtfd DArchie and bis son David Archie Shenandoah have purchased the daily news paper from Paul Bumbarger and Keith Powell The Archies signed a contract Wednesday afternoon with the local typographical union It followed generally the provi sioos requested by the union David Archie will be pub lisher temporarily until another man can be brought in accord ing to D Archie No otaer changesin staff are contem plated said Bumbarger and Powell hive not announced their future plans In addition to the Press the Shenandoah father ang son team now owns Tiwf lowan magazine two daily and two weekly news papers in Iowa They are the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel the daily Cedar Valley Times at VintoaV the weekly Marion Sen tinel and the weekly Clear Lake MirrqrBeporter Theyjalso own Living History Incj Which publishes reproduc tions df Harpers Weekly andv Leslies Weekly of 100 years The new contract signed by officials of the Bunion and the new owners covers 2Vi years from June 2 1963 until Jan 1 1966 The union had asked for a 3year contract The wagesection of the con tract followed union requests Periodic wages increases total ing 23 cents an hour will be made over the the new contract a Five cents of this increase will be retroacUye to June 2 four cents will be effectiveJan 1 1964 five cents will be ef fective June 1 1964 four cents wiU be effective Jan 1 1965 arid five cents will be effective June 1 1965 Another section of the con tract calls for a 40hour work week Before the strike the union members had been work ing 44 hours a week A new clause in the contract calls for four days sickleave for the first year and 10 days sickleave after June 1 1964 for workers with more than one years seniority The Another new clause calls for a weeks vacation after one years employment two weeks after two years employment and an additional days vaca tion for each years employ mentafter 12 years up to three weeks total vacation Negotiations on the new con tract started at pm Wed nesday and the contract was signed at 5 pm Jim Clark president of the is sold Floyd County Union Council said labor officials were real happy that the strike was set tled and pleased with the nesy contract Union printers at the paper had walked off their jobs on June 27 after contract negotia tions with Powell and Bumbar ger had broken down The Press resumed tiononJuly 25 using nonunion printers North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for me feme newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated PrtM and United Prew International Full Leue Wirei MASON IT Y IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 RAWALPINDilEakistan US Undersecretary of State George Ball ended a threeday visit to Pakistan Thursday saying he had hiSdexcellent talkswith Pakistani leaders ia better understanding of fiach oth ers point of view V Although a spe cific promisefro m President not closer to Red China Ball said bis mission fcehHp probe toward the Comhiunistbloc q x 7 American sources said Ball had the clear impressibnHhat tan did nipt contemplate a mutual defense pact with Communist Chi na nor any other approach king that would contradictPakis tans role in antiCommunist alli ances r if The undersecretary flies Portugal forfurther talksjvyith Premier Antonio de Oliveira Sal azar chief of another Western allied government withwhich the United States has beenhaving dif ferences fV t talked of quitting CentraliTrea ty Organization arid tte Sputheasi Asia Treaty Organizatiorij both fear of Indian aggressioh has ho basis in fact USsources said iagaia njuuuuuvine United protect Pakistan aggression from anyquarf ter But they reported heJhas failed to quiet Pakistans fear of Indian attack or allay resentment over US military aid to India Pakistans neighbor and old ene my This has been themajor topic in the talks Ball has conducted for the past three days President Kennedy sent Bali to Pakistan an ally in two defense pacts and of Western military aid to learn its intentions in recent moves toward the Chi nese Communists The United States has been con cerned over PakistaniChinese border trade and air transport agreements allnegotiated since the Chinese Communists attacked IndiaJast fall Angered by the stepped up flow of US arms to India after the plan CEDAR RAPIDS AP The author of the Shaff plan for reap portionment defended it here Wednesdaynight but one of its chief opponents predicted that the voters will reject it Dec 3 Tom plan it was sent to a referendum of voters mljdebate UOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 179 backers plan f 3 as the date of the referendumin thehope that a light turnout of voters would help chances of haying it ratified L During the debate before the Cedar Rapids Junior Chamber of Commerce Riley said the Shaff plan is not good reapportionment and if the voters reject it the re sult will hasten not delay the enactment of a fair plan by the Iowa Legislature I contend that my plan does not set the stage for deadlock be tween the Senate and the House Shaff said Rather the plan is i blueprint for legitimate and honest compromise The Shaff plan would set up a 99member House with one mem ber from each county and a Sen ate based on population LUCKY SHOES Linda Baucum Miss Louisiana in the Miss America competition in Atlantic City displays her lucky the worse for she planned to wear in the talent divi sion of competition Miss Baucum says she has been wearing the shoes for tennis and dancing for three years and hopes they wont let her down in her bid for the Miss America 1964 crown to be awarded on Saturday night gro leader s home and a wild outbreak of racial violence marJced by thefataLshooting of another Negro led to a temporary ppstpohementThursday of Birminghanis publicschool desegregation Gpv George C Wallace nioved back irito the pic ture with an early morning announcement that the of Education hadv agreed tb close three schools by the federal courts They opened registration SHIP CRASHES INTO Arkhangelsk Barry WASHINGTON W Sen BarryGoldwater R Ariz demanded Thursday a formal reservation post poningthe effectiveness of the limited nuclear test ban treaty until the Soviets re move their military forces from Cuba Gpldwaterj regarded as a potential candidate for the Republican a 1 nomination said hewould offer such a reservation after theSenate takes up the treaty next week If the Senate adopts a form a 1 reservation it might require renegotia tion of thetreaty The Sen ate Foreign Relations Com mittee voted 161 last week to recommend ratification without any reservation In a speech prepared for the Senate Goldwater de clared that as it now stands the treaty is a po tential peace rather than a step toward it Gpldwater has been a frequent critic of the treatybut administration forces say they are confi dent the Senate will ap prove the pact overwfielm ingly Sen John Sherman Cooper RKy said Thurs day he thinks no more than Not guilty Cohn pleads NEW YORK M Cohn the boy wonder of the ArmyMcCarthy hearings ofa decade ago Thursday nnocent to alflcount indict nentthat he lied and conspifed o obstruct ajustice department nvestfgation of a multimillion dollar stock fraud case Cohn who orice served the Southern New York District as an Assistant US Attorney told FederalJudge Dudley B Bpn sal I plead not guilty to each of thev charges U S Attorney Robert F Mpr genthau whom Cphh charged with being part of a political vendetta against him told the court he did not object to Cohn jeing released on his own cog nizance Cohns attorney Thomas Bo an was given 30 days to study he 37page indictment in order o present the usual motions for dismissal of the charges No rial date was set North hwa Weather outlook Generally clear and a little warmer Thursday night lows from 55 to 51 Partly cloudy a little warmer Friday highs 71 U Weather details en Page 2 Dedicate 1st data school at Otfumwa OTTUMWA nations first data processing school es tablished under federal manpower retraining legislation was dedica ted here Thursday at an old naval air station She is NOT having a ball t DAYTON Ohio OP An angry woman called the Mont gomery County sheriffs de partment to complain about golf balls from a nearby golf driving range hitting her trail er home Later she showed deputies the deep dents in her trailer and then produced more evi dence 940 golf balls shed picked up around the trailer since the range opened last spring Bulletin WASHINGTON State Department announced Thursday it Is curtailing non essential travel by US offi cials or their dependents to Viet Nam as a precau tionary step in view of the un there Known as the Iowa Technical Education Center the school was established to retrain personnel displaced by automation or tech nolpgical change i Ken T Bement vice president of the Burroughs Corp Detroit hailed the center as a boon for those who have been unjustly sentenced to unemployment or un deremployment because of a lack of realistic technical training Thursdays ceremonies were at tended by members of Congress Iowa Employment Security Com mission Department of Health Education and Welfare educa tors and city and county officials The first class in computer pro gramming began July 22 with 19 men and one woman who were selected on the basis of aptitude tests given by the Employment Security Commission The class will graduate next July 3 Tests are being givennow to applicants for a second class due to begin Oct 21 The school is administered by the Ottumwa Community School District The data processing division of fers a 2000hour course in comput er programming a 1000 hour course in punched card account ing and a 240hour course in key punch operation five votes will be cast against ratifica tion Gold wateralso called for another reservation orig inally proposed byVformer PresidentDwight D Eisen hdweiy formally reserving the right of the United States to be sole judge as to when and where it will use itsnuclear weap ons to defend itself or its allies The Foreign Relations Committee while opposing any formal reservation wrote into itsreport an understanding to that effect Inside The Globe NFOSETS NEW goals in holding action 4 Page EXTENDED involvement indicated for US in Viet Nam Page 3 ANN JOHNSTONE will be teacher turnspro Page 13 Editorials Society news g Sports news13 CubGaiette i 15 Latest markets U Mason Cify news t17 Comics Clear Lake news 19 Classified pages 2021 North Iowa news 22 SAME Safety Department BUck Tltf Dtfttk fa Await last word on liq uor vote Bulletin KEOiSAUQUA UPI Vah Buren County voted in Tuesdays local option election the of ficial canvass showed Thurs dayin reversing the original unofficial results of elec vere scheduled Thursday An explosion heard two miles away t broke a calm of several hours aftertwo Negroes had en oiled at one of theschools The home of Arthur Shores had een bombed second imein three weeks Screaming Negroes in leighborhood rushed to the Home attorneywho has been a County expected t6hear afterIK official vote canvass Thursda whetherit yoted dry1 y or wet ir Tuesdays liquor license election The County Board of Supervisors was scheduled to start the re heck of the especially that in the town of Bonaparte The unofficial returns at first showed that the county had gone dry by The vote report ed was 1245io 1175 butthat had kinaparte voting lie to 41 against hesale of liquorby the drink Wednesday morning two elec ion officials from Bonaparte ailed County Auditor Clyde Rob rts and said that a mistake had jeenmade and that Bonaparte voted for liquor 116 to 41 Roberts said the third election fficial Don Mitchell 70 a retired armer near Bonaparte was con used about the returns when he rought them to the courthouse litchell said later Sure 1 reported them wrong t was a mistake and I feel terri Ie about it I just dont hear too veil and I suppose I just mis nderstood them when they read he final report to me Troopers out BIRMINGHAM A j a began putting Jout of here Thursday Au thor if a tiVesources said they were headed for Mobile and HuntsvHIe where schools ari scheduled to desegregate Fri day i eader for years in the fight of race against segregation Po ice riotsquadspoured in Rockthrowing by the resentful Vegroes followed then gunfire by f fleers as v a melee involving hun reds of Negroes and scores of ity and county policemen raged or more than an hour John L Coley 20 fell with hree bullets in his head and wdy He died later at a hospital At least 20 other persons were njured two of them Negroes also ruck by bullets The injured in luded four policemen Wallaces announcement from he executive mansion at Mont SCHOOLS Piease turn to page 2 NO SCHOOL A state trooper turns back a young ster at West End School in Birmingham Ala after the school and two others were closed All three were scheduled for integration this term   

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