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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                The North lowai Daily Newspapei f ditod for newspaper thor makes all North lowans neighbors ITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 nd United Prew InternationiJ Full Leist Wire Cyprus and Turks dash at UNmeet Council meeting early Saturday several planes not immediate i v I MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER tt tlOc Paptr Consists of Two SectionsSection On No 274 morning with jeopardizing a w jj HXIG1IH11CU ceasefire on the Mediterranean overCyprus The llnation SecurityCoS had jyffi for a further meeting fflt Si SSC delegate accused Turkey of speeding a dozen warships to ward Cyprus to terrorize the Greek Cypriot population But he suggested the Turkish gov ernment ordered the vessels to change course after he asked for the emergency Security Council session Adnan Rural Turkish chief delegate said his government had ho intentions of invading the small eastern Mediterrane an island where burning ani mosity between the Greek and Turkish Cypriots erupted into violence last Saturday and re sulted in sporadic clashes that lasted until Friday Kural said the Turkish war ships were just passing be tween Turkish ports Turkeys southern coast is 40 miles from Cyprus Cyprus Turkey and Greece each assured the council they want to preserve a ceasefire negotiated on Christmas Eve by Greek and Turkish Cypriot lead ers The Security Counei meeting convened at pm EST Friday six hours after Cyprus requested the session Rossides said his foreign of fice felephohedHini at 5 pm EST Friday informing him that planes of the British Royal Air Force had spotted the Turkish five submarines four de stroyers and three troopcar riers or auxiliaries 25 miles north of Cyprus But he said less than hour after he requested Unidentified jets buzz in Nicosia NICOSIA CyprusW Three unidentified jet fighters roared over Nicosia at rooftop level after daybreak Saturday The jets passed twice over the unipeu walled Turkish Cypriot quarter sation was made in a strong then headed north over the Protest in Sofia to the Commu Mediterranean toward Turkey The buzzing was the J ic such incident in the past four Cation official Richard John days and followed a nerveson Johnson is in charge of the wracking night during which Iegation in the absence of Mrs Turkish warships were reported Anderson US minis off the northern Cyprus coast W f US Xmbassador Frazer Wii kins and acting British High Commissioner Denis Cleary hurried to the Presidential Pal an the councils emergency session we got information that those ships were not speeding toward they were another direction changed to Apples cidei are missing DES M01NES for the teachers when the kids go back to school and drinks for the kids meantime The Apple Grove Orchards of near Mitchellville reported to the sheriffs office Satur day that someone broke into the firms storage house and took 12 gallons of apple cider and one case of Delicious apples North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy through Sunday Scattered light snow flurries Lifffe change in temperature Lows zero to 5 below Weather details on page 2 ly identified as Turkish flew at no time did the RAF report may Ask riot damage payment U S Legation rs wrecked VIENNA Austria United States is demanding compensation from Communist Bulgaria for damages done to US property Friday when 3000 Bulgarians demonstrated out side the American Legation in Sofia The demonstrators o v e r turned four American cars and smashed all windows on the le gations first three floors by hurling chunks of ice from the streets There was no immediate esti mate of the damage None of the legations personnel was in jured The US demand for compen ace for an emergency confer ence with Archbishop Makarios president of Cyprus and leader of the Greek Cypriot communi ty Cyprus Foreign Minister Spy ros Kyprianou accused the Turks of waging a war or nerves against his country with the ships and plane movements But he told newsmen after a sevenhour Cabinet meeting the Turkish ships had not violated Cyprus territorial waters The reports said the warships came close to the Cyprus coast then turned about and sailed away Despite the overflight actual communal f i g h t i n g between Greek and Turkish Cypriots had died down under the watchful eye of British patrols But the seriousness of the situation was underlined further by the emergency departure for Cyprus from London of Brit ains Commonwealth Relations Secretary Duncan Sandys in a plane carrying British troop re inforcements to the former Brit ish The fighting between Cyprus Greek majority and the Turkish minority broke out last Satur day rekindling the old antago nism between the two commu nities Underlying the tension is Ma karios proposals to deprive the islands Turkish minority of its veto power over certain types of legislation He says the veto prevents passage of necessary laws The Turkish Cypriots ac cuse Makarios of trying to erase minority rights guaran teed by the I960 constitution building 24 hours after the for mer second man in Bulgarias UN delegation pleaded guilty before the supreme court in So fia of spying for the US Cen tral Intelligence Agency for sev en years He testified he was from paid a 1956 to ter to Bulgaria who is on vaca tion1 Johnson reached by telephone Saturday said all is quiet now The attack appeared to be in retaliation for the alleged US employment of former Bulgari an diplomat Ivan Asen Christof Georgiev 56 as a spy The mob descended on the total of 1963 by the CIA and to girl spent most of the money meet the needs of my friends A US Legation spokesman charged Bulgarian authorities took their time in dispatching police to the besieged building This contradicted a report is sued by the official Bulgarian Telegraph Agency which said the demonstrators were quickly dispersed by mounted police Public demonstrations in Communist lands are usually government inspired a view held of this outbreak by US of orized that the Bulgarian Com LAI a i me JLjUJgalian ubtAA luuajr a munists may have wanted to entered jts weekend i i nt TirL show Communist China it is not soft on the United States On the inside Clear Lake news Church hews 45 Society news Sports news Editorials 12 yopen Agreement now to end on Jon 5 BERLIN UPI The Communists hinted Sat urday that West Berliners may be able to continue to pass through the Berlin Wall next year if the West is willing to negotiate with the East German Government Such an offer had been expected here in line with Communist East Germanys campaign to gain recog nition and emphasize the theory that West Berlin has no legal ties to the West Saturdays offer was made by Gerhard Eisler one of East Germanys top propagandists in his weekly olumn in the Communist West Ger HONORARY CITIZEN man Chancellor Ludwig 1Cil holds an Honorary Citizen certificate presented to him by Houston Mayor Lewis E Cutrer right on his arrival in Houston from West Germany In center is Secretary of State Dean Rusk i Piwtofax who received Chancellor Erhard on be Erhard will fly to Austin Saturday morning to start a two day conference with President Johnson at his LBJ ranch near Johnson City Texas Erhard Johnson beam V discussions on dent Johnson and West German declared the issue will be the most important part of chancellor Ludwig ErhW of two new leaders in the weekend conference West sounding each other out Saturday on how to deal with the Soviet Union with Erhard We are going down the road thatwill lead to peace Johnson tu 1Ccm LU jonns There is nothing more imsaid in a press conference in a Son InSan EaStWeSV Vrtecue grove of tn fijj tions Johnson said Friday as ranch ui mem vvesi uermans wamrn Another important part of the to cross into East Berlin to vis meeting will be the business of it loved ones removed theii and Erhard takinghats and silently watched a through the Low readings mark years end ficials in Washington Theythe Northeast were stung with sub zero temperatures today as 1963 and also were readings by belowzero Much of the West was damp ened with snow and rain but temperatures were in some parts of In New York Watertown had 18 Glens Falls 12 and Albany 6 Lebanon NH was 6 Bur Vt l and Hartford be made and we are going to do our best to do our part if Send body of youth to East Berlin BERLIN body of Paul Schultz shot on Christmas Day in a futile attempt to es cape from East Berlin was re turned to the Communists Sat urday from West Berlin The shooting triggered an un precedented West Berlin pro test to East German authori ties and puzzled Western Allies over the longterm implica tions of recognizing the Red re gime in the East The remains of the 18year old refugee were driven through the wall at the Heinriclx Heine crossover just a few blocks from where he wasshot in the back by Eastern guards as he scrambled up the concrete and barbed wire barricades in c desperate bid for freedom As the black hearse carry ing his body left the free half of this Communistsurroundec city West Berlin police on du K at the wall snapped to atten We believe that progress can tion and saluted Hundreds of civilians many of them West Germans waiting m hrlflerS met briefly at the funeral of checkpoint John F Kennedy The President meets his guest this morning at Bergstrom Air Force Base near Austin then they fly by helicopter to the Johnson ranch US officials believe the American German meeting should answer the question of whether the new Bonn leader shipis less antagonistic toward a new round of talks with Mos cow than former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was Since Erhard took over from Adenauer last October Bonn has made it clear it would not ob The dead refugees parents in East Germany had request ed West Berlin police to return the body of the young electri cian to Communist territory for burial The East German news agen cy ADN reported more than 53000 West Berliners had come through the wall by noon De spite a cold drizzle hundreds had awaited the opening of the Red checkpoints since before dawn ecl to continuation of explora balmy temperatures were relinton ported in some partsof the Conn i Maine talks with the iwas and Limestone Air Force Thc Germans also let it be trv r the COUt1 Base near was 6 2 try had dry weather and the northern half had considerable Church news 45 nurinern nail nad considerable 1C me subzero Mason City news 67 precipitation and severely cold extended from the Dakotas Snriotu n temnpratlirnc mtO Wisconsin Dllhlth Miirn 8 temperatures The coldest In the Midwest the subzero temperatures corded in Minnesota where International Falls re K JmaineS ln deep freeze at i Classified page 15 and Hibbing was 10 North Iowa news 16 New York and New England LBJ may brief Eisenhower JOHNSON CITY Tex AP Johnson says he has been accepting advice from Dwight D Eisenhower and is arranging to keep the former chief executive uptodate on late developments Johnson did not specify the Items in his program that were suggested by the 73yearold Republican leader But he hint ed that Eisenhower urged him to adopt the economyingovern ment program that Johnson has claimed as his first new policy Dressed in ranchers togs the President told an informal news conference Friday that he has ordered that Eisenhower be briefed on steps he has taken in response to the former presi dents suggestions The briefing will be done by John A Mc Cone director of the Central Intelligence Agency This was one of half a dozen announcements made by John ton at what presumably was the first presidential news confer ence ever conducted from a po dium erected on two bales of hay Johnson met some 200 report ers and photographers under live oak trees at his 400acre ranch At the end of the confer ence he got on a horse and rode off to tour the ranch These were some other high lights of Johnsons third infor mal press conference since as sur ing the presidency reaction is running 5 to1 in favor of his moves to close unneeded military bases Johnson1 said he is setting up a Pentagon committee to find more installations that are ripe for the same treatment accused Sen Barry Goldwater the Arizona Republi can who could be his opponent in the 1964 presidential election of ignorance In alleging that the President dictated to Congress and violated the spirit of Christ mas during this weeks foreign aid fight civilian employ ment dropped by more than 1 000 in November and felt 3500 short of the yearearlier level Johnson said that if payrolls had increased as fast as the popula tion the total would have risen by 400000 during the year Teodoro Moscoso is being re placed as coordinator of the Al liance for Progress and will be come an aide with the rank of ambassador to Thomas C Mann the newly named assist ant secretary of state who will supervise all Latin American policy Adolfo Lopez Ma tcos of Mexico will join Johnson in receiving an honorary degree Feb 21 from the University of California at Los Angeles Then they will go to Palm Springs Calif for two days of talks Wisconsin Duluth Minn registered 9 it was 4 on Chi cagos Northwest side and Madison Wis reported 3 Rain fell over western Wash ington Oregon and the northern coast of California Light snow whitened the Northern Rockies and a band of snow stretched from western into southwestern knpwn however they have grave reservations against such Sovietproposed projects as an EastWest nonaggression pact or the exchange of military ob servation posts between the NATO and Warsaw Pact na tions The conferences at the John son ranch should answer the question on what issues the United States and Germany can agree and which have to be ex plored further Only then can tbe West consider the fine points Nebraska Missouri i e Four inches of new snow was lo reported at Sault Ste Marie Mich and 1 to 3 inches in southern and western portions of New England Hold mon on threat of assassination HARTFORD Conn AP Fair Play For Cuba group is breaking up NEW YORK UPI controversial proCastro SttJiTfeSta iPofbustaew t was learned here Friday aof2 Ibadan University in next fall outh newspaper Young World It also appeared in an editorial in the Commu nist Party newspaper Neues Deutschland The Communist organs said more traffic across the East West Berlin city border is pos ible after the present agree ment covering oneday Christ mas season passes expires on Jan 5 The agreement went into iffect Dec 20 Under it tens of thousands of West Berliners have been per mitted to visit their relatives in Jie Communist zone for 17 hours The agreement was igned by the city government of West Berlin and by the East Term an government But there is no provision for EastBerliners to cross the wall On Christmas Day one of two youths who made a break for he wall was shot and killed by ommunist guards The other good his escape how ever Eisler a bailjumping fugitive from American justice was asked by a reader if he thought n e w agreements could be reached to go into effect after Jan 5 Yes indeed Eisler replied I think so Why should it not reach other per haps more farreaching agree ments in the spirit pf the Christmas pass agreement He accused most West Berlin newspapers of trying to prevent such an agreement however Then Eisler added I am optimistic Facts are more important than anything 3lse And the fact that it was possible to reach an agreement with useful results for both sides will have a great effect after Jan 5 1964 Pope meets with leader of Orthodox VATICAN CITY an Pope Paul VI received an envoy from the Orthodox patriarch of Con stantinople Saturday for a dis cussion about the possibility of a Roman Catholic summit meet ing in the Holy Land next week end The formal audience itself was a historic event Vatican sources said the en Meredith may study in Nigeria WASHINGTON Meredith the first Negro to graduate from the University of Metropolitan Athenagoras Mississippi plans to enroll at spent a bit more than half an Nigeria with the Pope and that it was likely they recited the An Meredith said Friday he would SCU1S Prayer together The Or work toward an advanced dethodox prelate was with the gree in some phase of noon Pope Paul says national politics or social stutn prayer daily at noon flies It was the first time a Popa He plans to leave in April forinas formally received a repre a trip to Europe Ihe Middle East and Africa Meredith call ed it a personal educational trip scntative of the spiritual leader of the Orthodox Church since a schism separated Orthodox Catho but added that he might speakChristians and Roman in several places lies five centuries ago Meredith was invited to studv at Ibadan from Ole after his graduation Miss last summer The Fair Com National Chairman V T Leejcans but including a number of Established in 1948 and pattern ed on Britains famed Oxford and Cambridge universities student quested psychiatric months of existence tiqps for an unemployed kitchen has submitted his X1Slence worker they say threatened tn pull an Oswald James F Burns 36 made the threat before a Veterans Admin istration official Dec 17 the complaint against Burns said The late Lee Harvey Os i ills resi priai irm t0 informed ource idTedeSi agents discovered correspond ence between Lee and Lee Harvey Oswald accused as the SHOTS REQUIRED PRETORIA South Africa UPI Immunization against polio became compulsory Sat urday for every South African child over tho age of three months The official gazette said parents who fail to haye decided to become active polit ically in Washington with em phasis on registration and vot ing drives and the capitals effort to achieve home rule Asked whether he was a Dem their children has be fined inoculated may ut Was a LJtin assassin of President Kennedy ocrat or Republican Meredith that hc to Burns was oral statutes pertaining lolgroup in a New Orleans tele threats against the president vision debate h of one of the r He also said he has no contact with Republicans and only knows a fev 684 SAME   

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