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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                definitely to run v 1 i i MOSCOW ORTbe Soviet Un ion and East Geneany signed friendship treaty Friday but stirring major crisiswith the by itopeac short of a World War H treaty Premier Khrushchev HM the treaty would be an unportaot treaty signed by Russia and East Germany 2 treaty provides that East Ger Ulbrieht h a d amied f o r contribution to the peaceful regulation of the German ques His ment of the pact war couched in cautious terms But East German Communist Chief Walter Ulbricht Jthe Soviet leader on the dais at a Kremlin meeting said the treaty provides that East Ger many and the Soviet Union will regard isolated West Berlin as an independentpolitical entity which in no way is part of the West German Federal Republic and to which the competence of the West German Federal Re public does not Ulbrichthad argued for a peace treaty He said There is no other way of in sujing peace now than by nor malizing relations between the two German states disarma ment and the signing of a peace treaty by the victor powers and the governments of the two Ger man states The West German govern ment refuses to talk with Ul brichts regime and the major Western Allies of World War H decline to recognize it In Washington London and Paris statements were issued before the treaty was signed saying the Western govern ments would continue to hold Moscow responsible for East Germany V statements were in re sponse to Soviet advance warn ings of the treaty which appar ently were given to avoid touch ing off a crisis through misun derstanding on what it contains Thethree Allied governments consulted urgently on thede velopment agreed the new pact was not to be considered a peace treaty and therefore cre ated no new critical situation The newspaper that makes all North towans neighbors Edition MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE Progress in Alabama Birmingham makes change their protests BirmttigtMin Tht city wet the brink racial Msrla the dkuioiisliKtoiis In No 106 r BIRMINGHAM Ala ThrejNecrb girts taksVseats at tiie lunch coonter ma ham department store They order soft drinks The white waitress promptly actres Nobody pays any attention At the baseJMN and whites sit together in the cheering the Birming ham Four of the Barons are Negroes The team is having a great season financially and in the standings t At Legion Field Evangelist Billy Graham preaches to people The audience the choir the staff of ushers are in tegrated Three Negroes receive diplo mas along with the white stu dents in graduation ceremonies at two high schoolsTheir par ents are in the auditontun No incidents sit en ef iNa M subcommittees of the COBUBOB ity Affairs Committee a bi racial group set up to study not only racial problems bul city administration in general Two Negroes ran for constable in a recent election They lost to whites but one race was to 1HM A new bank employs Negro and white tellers Of U se curity officers are Negroes While theracial situationin Birmingham is far from settled and the possibility of demonstra tions still exists thereis much in the record of mis city to make you rub your eyes in disbelief finally Sept 14 mil in the district and four little Negro girls kfltaj when their church wac Birmingham became a track and salt landmark in the Jong story of racial strife in the United States Today the cHy may be on the way to becoming an JB problems In en 1 North Iowa Weather outlook ParHy in mW Us fair Satwrrfay Mntn 1 year increases for members of gressional Congress By the surprisingly large mar TBO 111uc Cl in of 243 to 157the House relive next January instead V H htlft3 llldfLlllK IV Cdl similar bill and cleared the way members to vote for it for Senate action on the nullion package of pay boosts JLUI juugca vaouiei oiiicers anu siau topfederal executives and inPnmary elections are now over creases ranging from 225 per Last the primaries were centat the top to 16rper cent to De faccd and too many at the bottom for 17 members felt it noliticallv nn government workers Thi average letter carrier a 56 per centboost of S32SaTyear and the tafire would have for this covering the Henry T Paine home at Romania Reds hear breakup Romania AP streets with Rus sian names are getting n ones The Russian language no longer compulsory m Ro manian schools Soviet book stores and institutes are being closed or renamed There are hints of bitterness between Soviet Premier Khru shchev and Romanias longtime Communist leader Gheorghe QheorghiuDej Romania signed agreement last week to trade more with the United States there has been increasing spec ulation in theWest that Ro mania may be moving away from the Communist bloc Cau tious Western diplomats in Bu charest believe Romania wont remembering the situation M it break away from the Soviet was on June 2 1963 Union and other Communist ThMMMifa MMTW follow the Yugo rtratlnlTthe 753T fBut hoses police dogsJails m flowinVa commJmitf taut aa a Romania be rich outside the Soviet Union and goM bauxite exten raw could not Because Romanians get the firstclass from the Soviet btoc tist Church where the four aiarted trading their prod dren died seems to synboliae in the West and began buy tag industrial plants in West Germany Britain France and Romanias rapid industrializa tion its increasing Western trade has not pleased Khni Since 1952 he has been tryfag to persoade the Romani to come back fully into the Comnanist camp and integrate their economy with of East European states many Comecon lacreased the street He Paine almost rnissed the driveway BrUCe 10 who would get a a year raise The bill is expected to be one of the first called up in theSen ateafter it completes action on the civil rights bill and no ficulties are foreseen In its pas iage TO GOP Thun der a Chippewa Indian from the Red Lake Indian Reservation at Redby Minn and a delegate to the Minnesota State Republican Convention wears his Indian dress and holds his toma r Photofax hawk at t h e opening session in St Paul Also members of the Bel tram i County delegation are Doug Cann cen and Mrs F R Weddel both of Bemidji Minn Inside Globe LET CONTRACTS nursing 3 for home GIRLS ON Go Page 13 4 Ctoer news5 Matan Cttf LetMt Nwtti newt M Pierce 30 a former Britt resident was killed Thursday in a train ic near Wurzburg Ger 1MJ U14 IS 1417 U KIDS TO MSET GENEVA AP The Soviet Instead CftewghJuDej has Union will begin discussions many Comeoon meet with the United States next with Monday on a global space satel lite communications network Britt woman killed in German train accident cident many There were no details about the accident Miss Pierce had been teach ing children of Air Force per sonnel at an Air Force School in Germany She was to return to this country next week The daughter of Mrs Kath erine Pierce and the late Jo seph Pierce she was born Dec 7 1933 in Lewiston Minn tractor was killed in an acci dent at Crystal Lake in 1947 Surviving are her mother Katherine Pierce El Paso Tex thony PHILANTHROPIST DEAD HOT SPRINGS Va r Morris Cafritz T7 a crincinal She was graduated from Britt builder in the Washington DC HtPn it IQCt MMH High School in and from State Teachers College Cedar Falls father a con and four brothers An J Pierce St Paul i LaMarque Tex Funeral arrangements are Church Britt Pairick area for financier died Thursday more and than 40 years philanthropist Reds on the move in Spy flights to resume VIENTIANE Laos Premier Soiivamu Phourna said Friday that US reconnaissance flights over Central Laos will resume in the next day or two because important move ments of Communist forces are under way there The flights were suspended Wednesday at souvannas re quest Unfortunately the premier told a news conference recent information reaching us shows that important movements of Pathet Lao and Vietminh troops are taking place in these Communist controlled zones The flights will therefore be continued and if the Pathet Lao want them to stop it is up to them to create the necessary conditions Spuvanna said he has no ob jectiofi to armed American fight er escorts for the reconnaissance planes He said Laos itself ha no means to protect the flights Communist China to the flights tu ine IllgnlS ui m DUI and particularly to the use of NbNo were filed armed American escorts had been a big factor in Souvannas request that the flights be sus pended But the premier said Friday as he had Thursday that requested their suspension be cause there had been a lullin the operational zone i Lao headquarters in Khang and James Khay reported by Red Chinas New China news agency The agency said six US made AT6 and T28 lanes of runs over the Pathet Lao center in the Plaine des Jarres tlODCETDIES BAY SHORE NY Ml Al den S Blodget 80 retired stock broker and husband of actress Cornelia Otis Skinner died Thursday raise passes WASHINGTON AP iFatter f VAiuuvA uj tuiiaiueranons rj most1federal prompted the House to pass the workers were in prospect Friday pay bill this time after defeat after House passage of a pay bill that includes down earlier defeat of a iiiuuu OLS DOOSIS in It includes raises thebills backers how iriiiflcrac HttkinAf eVeriWas th mnct or judgesCabinet officers and it politically un wise to vote raises for them selvesand then face the elector carrier ate Strong support from Pfesiden put the bil id a Power ful lobbying effort by the posta unions Four killed in Iowa road accidents Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four persons were killed in Iowa traffic accidents Thursday two olthem in one collision The dead Robert Ashby about 42 of Chariton and William Wade Yaeger 38 of LaBelle Pa Richard Plaster 18 of Oel An amendment designed t eliminate thepain of voting fo raises in the futur ed by the House Thursday It was offered fr Rep Morns K Udall DAriz and would provide automatii increases for Congress when ever the top Civil grade getsarise How lowans viewed raise WASHINGTON delegation split Prevmvsly it had been be licvcd that the violent lumcu imu ut lions from the Pathet Lao and path of a truc5c driven by Wil wem Michael Kitzmann 16 of Davenport Athby end Yaeger driver of a semitrailer truck were killed in a crash on Highway 34 about four miles west of Chariton Lucas County Sheriff Wayne Swansbn said the big truck ap parently crossed the center line at a curve and met a pickup truck driven by Ashby The Chariton mans survivors in clude his widow and three chil dren Authorities said the Oetwein youths car went out of control when hit by a strong gust of wind Plaster was thrown out He was taken to an Iowa City hospital where he was dead on arrival The accident occurred near Oelwein The Kitzmann boy was killed when his bicycle was hit by z truck on a Davenport street Po lice said the bicycle ran against a curb and then turned into the bur Mousel 28 of North Bend UPI joins in voting poll NEW YORK AP United Press International has joined the three major televisionradio it aLEUllai tijilc v iuivi Souvanna made no mention of nctworks and The Associated an air strike Thursday on Path Press to pool the collection of vote returns in the presidential senatorial and gubernatorai elections next November SAME A number of considerations mg one 222 to 184 last March The size of the proposed con raise was scaled from a year to and it was made effec of ihis year making it easier for Of importance in the fact most state Johnson over Iowa Thursday on House approval of the federa pay increase bill with one Re publican and the lone Demo crat voting for it and five Re publicans against Voting for the r tor 17 million federal workers including members of Congress were Republican Fred Schwen gel and Democrat Neal Smith Opposing the bill were Repub Hcans James Bromweil H R Gross Charles B Hocven Ben Jensen and John Kyi GOP Will try to unseat Baity BULLETIN Wuhinijton Both For mer President Dwight D enhower Sen Gold Friday welcomed teruv sylvimi Gov Wiilum Scran ton into the race for the GOP nomination BALTIMORE WJ ta Gov William W Scranton iday announced his candidacy or the Republican presidential omination to offer our party choice The 46yearold governor and ormer beea aying for almosta year that he would accept only a sin ere and honest r In an ilth hour speech ar angedonly he Republicari state conveniibii f Maryland Scraritori declared the i Republican Party is in anger if we iet an ev lusipnjninded minority dom nate our platform and choose ur candidates1 j Scranton added k i I have come here to offer ur party a choice I reject the cho we have thus far been landed the echo of lear ir reaction the echofrom the never never land that puts Jur nation backwardto a lesser lace in the world of free men Scrantons announcement puts iim m direct opposition to Sen Barry Goldwater considered By many political experts to have he GOP nomination virtually sewed up Th e Pennsylvania governor loins a field ofcandidates in cluding GovNelson Rockefeller of New York Sen Margaret Chase Smith of Maineand for mer Minnesota governor Harold E Stassen Can twe turnour backs on Jhe century old progressive history of party ScfanfpnTsaid V You and I know we cannot I believe Uutas members of party more than 100 years old we have no right to sell out to the modern expediences of the easy answer The fast draw the quick solution Scranton said the party he represents wasjrorn in troubled times and I Mythat the true spirit of he Republican partystands equally dedicated to preserving this nation from the dryrot of phony liberalism or the slow death pf blind reaction tooknote of what ermed a pretention of some hat the choice of acandidate las already been made before he convention in San Francis co I say he continued that we are going to San Francisco to holda convention not a cor I hope you agree that we are not going there to pay increase hold a wake A stand must be Wade but the hour is late We Waited dangerously ohg to call upon our partys SCRANTON Continued on Page 2 AP STRAWBERRIES AND POLITICS PennsyU vama Gov William W Scranton and daughter Susan ver a speech which is an announcement of tht GOP nomination for Scranton sneaks a bite of strawberries be rnc1S Se as breakfast m his Indfentown Gap Pa   

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