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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Globe The new look of the GtobtGa zette is complete All operations now are housed in the plant at 300 N Washington The movefrom the building at 121 E State waa finished Wednesday as presa New column starts for ekeulatioB ram moved into quarters The chanfe moct apparent to readers isthe new page size wider and longer It BOW is columns wide and inches long as compared to the old dimensions of 8 col limns and 20 inches The larger page permits bettar display of and allied equipment totaling picture aad prifAed word mfca a new appearance i TW hi page be cause of the new Scott Super Sixtyfpress used for tiie first time Wednesday The red giant towers three stories in heightlt has four units each weighing a tons plus super and sub structures investors Home 1M PIVOT FUU CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 1H4 Pwr i 99 inf stocks stocks should you buy ofthe money yoji invest ffor ywir purposes a nig e earnings or immediate in which specific stocks bestright now gYouHjfmd tho geared to your income the new ilnvestorfs Guide column which in this ttie Opinion Page Sam Shulsky author of 1lThe Stock Buying Guide and In vesting for Retirement will be the conductor of this regular tbiir into the exciting world of investments jThort will boquestions with pointed on all subjects a related to stocks savings insurance and real estate t Read the first instalment on page 4 in your new Globe Gazette Its advanced color arrange ment permits the use of four different s p o t colors on as many as eight different pagiis while utilizing the 94page ca pacity of the press The Scott Super Sixty is capa ble of printing up to 60000 pa pers an hour nearly tripling speed of the old press The new press offers three basic improvements Greater speed capacity Cleaner better printing Color flexibility The press room is linked close ly with the circulation depart ment and mailing room for speedier handling of the papers Significant changes have been made in the mailing room opera tion The work almost entire ly manual in the old plant Now it is highly automated Papers are carried from the press by an overhead conveyor to the mailing room where they are counted then carried on a new powerdriven conveyor to ah automatic tying machine It wrapt twiae around the bundles in one iwift operation i Another powerdriven convey or delivers the bundles directly to trucks at the loading dock Publisher Ray N Rorick said the entire plant is geared or producing a better newspaper and getting it to the hornet fast er if j Not all the innovations areia side the buff brick building 4 One of the more spectacular is a lighting display with IT amber floodlights d i r e c t ed against the front and sides of the building each night The newspaper all t hot makes North I o wans n e i g h b o r s 200 in Lehiah Wallace gets close to 43 J per cent of primary vote Md Senf Darnel B Brewster run ning raVa standin for President Johnson defeated Alabama Gov George C Wallace in a Mary land presidential primary cloud ed by a close vote and a murky legal question L In a Democratic race pinned on his civil rights bill pending inthe Sen ate Wallace drew votes Tuesday 4266 per cent of the party totaL It was better than his showing in per he claimed vindication in the Maryland vote of his standagainst the rights bill originated by JohnF Ken nedy and pushed by Johnson Browster 41 V for mar Marina elected to the Senate only two years ago Ida ef fort to preserve Marylands 48 national nominating convention votes for Johnson t f He had been tapped bythe party organizatioriiwith John sons take on Wal lace in a state with a recent history of racial strife marked by repeated outbreaks of violence in Cambridge Brewster wound up with 264613 votes 5323 per cent of toe total The remaining 4 per cent were cast by voters pre erring Andrew J Easter a Bal timore draftsman or an unin structed delegation to the na tional convention We made the fight and we won and Im glad said Brew ster Ei Hi this parting riwt at Wallace In baseball anyway rts three strikes and youre out 4 Wallace didnt see it that way This Maryland vote he said should let them know in Washington and in both national parties that they cant get nd they of us by calling us bad names The governor hinted of a pos sible challenge of the results because of Marylands oidunit vote system Similar to Electoral College Vote r in daittal elections it it poatible for a candidate to win a primary even though he trails fimore has T nullified vote system in Maryland pri maries for statewide office It has set a hearing for Monday a suit to apply the ban to the presidential primary also Hi in enough eoun ies and Baltimore city districts a get a 9279 margin in unit votes But his popular vote edge n Baltimore County which has 14 unit votes was only 106 out of 93000 cast A reversal of the unofficial vote in that county when the of ficial count u taken in about a week could change the unit vote PROUD After months of planning and working out de tails Reuben W Swehla GlobeGazette pressroom superintendent proudly holds a copy of the new GlobeGazette Be hind him is the Globes new Scott SuperSixty highspeed press Find bullet hole in jet MARTINEZ Calif Wl vcstigators report tangible dence that a revolver was In yi fired North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair thraufh Thursday Liftte warmer nesday night kws in ThwrMlay hifh In 2 inside a Pacific Air Lines plane that crashed May 7 Dr L H Fraser Contra Costa County coroner said Tuesday a bullet hole has been found in the instrument panel of the plane which carried all 44 persons aboard to their deaths when it nosedived into rural hillside A revolver found in the wreckage was traced to Frank Gonzalez 27 a passenger on the plane Investigators said Gonzalez a native of the Philippines was estranged from his wife and took out a big insurance policy for the trip Coroner Fraser said both of Gonzalez hands have been re covered and now are under study by the FBI Utah teachers end strike but wont sign SALT LAKE CITY Utah AP Utahs 10000 public school teachers have voted to end a walkout after preparing for the next round in their fight for more money for education About SO per cent of the teach ers voted Tuesday to resume teaching Wednesday but they also decided not to sign nex years contracts until a specia legislative session is called tc consider an emergency mi lion school appropriation am other demands are met ricture but Atty GenThomas B Finan has said this would be meaningless They cant change the rules i the middle of the game Wallace insisted An aide said the Baltimore County canvass would be closely observed The BrewsterWallace race pulled a record 54 per cent of ihgible Democrats to the polls Inside The Globe EIGHT GIRLS vie for Miss Mason City title Page 30 FREE VEHICLE Safety Check to be offered in Page 31 Edtoriak Satlaty naws North news ie Caniics 3J ClMlr Lake 25 Mason CJty Latest markets 32 Tramit 34 ClassJftod 3435 Last neutral Laps post in Red hands VIENTIANE Labs AP The last positions held by neu tralist forces in the Plaine des region have fallen to the Communists Premier Souvanna Phouma announced Wednesday Neutralist Gen Kong Le aban emergency command post and withdrew further south west in the face of continuing Communist pressure a spokes man for Souvanna said A government statement saic following massive attacks pre pared well in advance launched by the LaoViet Pathet Lao and North Vietnamese troops against our neutralist positions to the Plaine des Jarres anc Muong Phanh the last neutral ist positions existing on the pla teau of Xieng Khouang have fal len In Washington US Secretary of State Dean Rusk urgently re called Adlal E Stevenson the chief US delegate to the United Nations from a European tri because of the deepening crisi in Southeast Asia Pearson gambles with flag S 9 Canada Prune Minister Lester B son s government is go niT is proposal to give Canada a new maple leaf flag as part of ts program to end the separat st movement m Frenchspeak ing Canada Pearson told the1 House o Commons Tuesday night he soon would have a Cabinet de ision on the new flags design o submit to the House ant would stand on it as a matter of policy I would make it quite clear aid Pearson that when the government submits toParlia ment a matter of his is certainly a matter of pol government must stand or fall on the result of the de cision of the House If former Prime Ministe John Diefenbakers Conserva tives or other opposition partie oppose the new flag he said they could make the issue on of confidence If the govern ment loses a confidence vote i must resign and new nationa elections must be held Pearsons 13monthold gov eminent lacks a majority in Commons but has not lost a con iidence vote yet Pearson also said he hoped O Canada could be declarec he official national anthem a this session of Parliament member of the British Common wealth Canada has used God Save the Queen since it be came a dominion in 1867 Opposition to a now flag spearheaded by the Royal Cana NEW FLAG Continvod on IS Strifcelovcr Two Cement in Masqp were o formediabbut the plant t Gypsum Workers International Union C headquarters mAllea said five ot were struck i LEHIGH mem bers ofLocal 106 at Lehigh Portland Cement Co from left Bill Ingersoll Plymouth Donald Hutzel 810 Jackson Jo and Larry Harrington Route 1 Mason City stand by the N Federal entrance to the plant as picketing started Wednesday morning Find hidden microphones in US foreign embassies WASHINGTON AP US covered and removed from US securityagents have dug more Embassy buildings in Moscow than 40 secret microphones out and other Eastern European tVin uinll ci f A of the walls of the American Embassy building in Moscow during the past month and are utfljr JIOYC uvcurrcu searching for others which may through the microphone network ctn were probably imited by the measures taken for protection against such a possibility This apparently referred to the fact that all employes of embassies ia Communist coun ties are warned frequently that their offices and residences may be bugged and are cautioned against discussing secret infor mation where it might be picked up Photofax NEW CANADA new maple leaf cluster design top has been proposed to re place the current Canadian flag shown on the bottom still be hidden in the building Officials are determine if any important se cret information was obtained fay the Soviets through the mi crophone network Ambassador Fay D has made a formal protest to the Soviet government over the listening devices The story of the hidden mi crophones was disciosed by the State Department Tuesday A statement by the departments security chief G Marvin Gen tile said indications are the de vices were placed in the build ing prior to its occupancy by the United States 11 years ago The building was assigned to the United States by the Soviet government for use as an em bassy in 1952 and was occupied in the spring of 1953 Officials said that not cwnting the newly found network since 1949 more than 130 listening de vices of various types were dis SMUCGUNG CHARGES YOKOHAMA Japan Wl A Chinese cock on the American liner President Wilson and the Chinese owner of a Yokohama bar have been arrested on charges of smuggling worth of heroin into Japan f UINEUPOUT PHILADELPHIA Hi fed era judge has forbidden use of prisoners in lineups unless police have the prisoners per mission fcist Court Judge Abra ham L Freedman ruled Tues day there was substantial merit in suits filed by two prisoners at the City Detention Center in Holmesburg They contended forced participation in a lineup violated their constitutional rights apitas They said any information losses which may have occurred ment Lime and Gypnm ers International Union went strike at 7 15 a m Wednesday tor the sole purpose bating changesjn thegrievance procedure Local 106 IB not strik ing for any monetary issues A detailed statement wfll bo given later according to Mar vin K Wade president of local Tho companys City plant a being struck because the company refuses to remove the strike provision from the collective bargaining agree ment said Robert A Speidd manager of the plant The current contract pro vides compulsory arbitration for employe grievances which be resolved between the company and the union The union now insists that the con ract be amended to provide hem with the option of arbitra tion or the nght to strike over unresolved grievances The current contract which was negotiated in 1963 and which does not expire until 1965 provides for negotiation and 10th floors of theMoscow c embassy It is on these floors that Kohler and his principal aides have their offices Kofa lers is on the ninth floor Officials said the Moscow em bassy has been checked repeat edly for hidden microphones during the last 11 years Re cently it was decided to m ake a more exhaustive investiga tion using demolition tech other words tearing up some of the walls Official information clear why did this reached at this time not make it decision was PICTURE A State DepartmenHel cunty man holds one of the more than 40 micro phones Bugs which the department said were found in the American Embassy in Moscow when walls of building were torn into jn April Tho contract In 963 provides economic fits amounting to 25 cents per hour and includes a 14 cents wage increase 7 cents of which was effective May 1 the fourth week of vacation after 29 years of service and improved pension and group insurance plans Speidel said Most collective bargaining agreements within and of the cement industry contain an arbitration procedure anda no strike clause such as found in the companys agreement1 said Speidel According to the Bureau of National Affairs apV I proximately 94 per cent of ill collective bargaining agreev ments provide for a no strike clause The company proposed sev eral amendments to the present arbitration procedure w h i e It seemed to satisfy most of the union objection to that portionv of the agreement said Speidel Howtvor H tho position that a no strike clause is essential to the businesslike conduct of labormanagement affairs and that a contract with out such a clause is reaUy no contract at all
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