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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             newspaper thot makes oil North Ibwans neighbors Edition votm MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNI M 1H4 lOc a ot Klfht StiaotuStcUm fntt ruB Wlrw W Reds would f j K n Germany GlobeGazette moves into field of color pictures ThetaobeGazette has entered the field of making pictures Thft three threecolorjphotos you will find on the covers of inside sections are the first to be produced locally n TJe has single or spot color both editorially and in adver tisements in the past And m its 1962 cen tennial edition a threecolor sketch was used IT IS DEMANDING There was hesitation the use of color m this Open House edition Its production demands exacting and timeconsuming work that starts in the newsroom and photographic department proceeds through composing engraving and stereotype departments and concludes in the press room managing editor of the Spokane Wash Daily Chronicle that makes extensive use of editorial color re cently wrote We have no experts on color in Spokane But we have success in color printing IT TAKES TEAMWORK That of the enthusiasm See trouble in new pact WASHINGTON Un4ed tales Britain and France ac used the Soviet Union and the ommunist East Germany Fri ay of seeking to perpetuate he arbitrary division of Ger through their June 12 reaty of friendship A joint declaration of the Western i powers responded in etail to the treaty concluded e t w e e n Premier Nikita Khrushchev and East German oss Walter Ulbncht THE NEW GLOBEGAZETTE This issue of the GlobeGazette is the invitation of manage ment and staff to visit our new home at 300 Wash ington NW The 88 pages contain in addition to Saturday from 19 pm the usual daily news sectionst 60 pages in four sections They include one on the new plant and comparisons with the old one on con struction and business activity m Mason Pity f one first 103 who visit us between 1 see the new a wno do not claim experta Theyre tryingr to frfa t A Jot of particular people working 4 acwor team have turned mttticM first examples of full color in the zette VThe a mixture of partial suc cess and failure J One of the drawbacks was rushing into color work on the new Scott Super Sixty press It is admirably designed and built for the job but its massive and require considerable adjustment attnevout set May 20 This meant there was for the press crew to become familiar Vith a before plunging into moredifficult color printing THERE WERE PROBLEMS There was a mechanical problem ning the first color picturea photo of a tractor Burning up black soil on an Iowa farm It was printedtwo Weeks ago m the first trial of the color pVess The color streaked The reproduction was disappointing other had been sched uled They had to be printed within a two week period The decision was made to go ahead bank ing on solution of the problem Two alternate pages done in black and white were prepared in case the color run was unsuccessful MADE proper adjustmeiits twere madeon Press and the qtherStyrq section covers this paper were printed in color One shows tlte red Scott press the other isa Tnarching scene from the Band Festival parade Here dn 7une9 Vi r jmprovemeiit was Much remains to be accomplishedbefore a claim can be made of consistent and good color j The GlobeGazettes color team will work toward that goal convinced there is a rain bow m this newspapers future 3 blasts rock areqs in Saigon SAIGON South Viet Nam explosions within a few minutes rocked parts of i sef The newGlobe Gazette build ing will beopen forinspection by the public froml to 9 p m Saturday A brief ceremony will be held at the main entrance of the budding 300 N Washington at 1 P m Publisher Ray N Rorick will preside Dr George Truman Carl of First Methodist Church will give the invocation There will be remarks by Editor Rob ert H Spiegel and Enoch Norem retired associate editor Norem will cut a sheet of newsprint sealing the front en trance marking the start of thepubhc tour The tours will be continuous during the eighthour period Globe Gazette employes will be stationed throughout the ing to explain plant functions and answer questions An offi cial invitation from the Globe Gazette has been printed below The new Scott Super Sixty press willbe in operationprint ing a tabloid containing descrip tive photos and stones about the new building and its equip ment Each visitor will be given one as itcomes off the press along with a memento of the Open House A number of executives of Lee Enterprises and associated newspapers and radio stations will be here for the opening Among them will be Philip D Adler president of Lee En terprises Inc and copub lisher of the Davenport Times Democrat Others will include Walter W White executive vice president of Lee Enter prises and publisher of the Lin coln Neb Star Don Anderson vice president of Lee Enter prises and publisher of the Wisconsin State Journal at Madison xWis William T Bur gess secretary of Lee Enter prises and publisher of the La Crosse Wis Tribune Dave Gottlieb treasurer of Lee Enterprises and general manager of Lee Newspapers Henry B Hook co publisher of the Davenport Times Demo crat John Talbot1 business managerofthe Muscatine Jour nal C Lloyd Bunker publisher of the Ottumwa Courier Robert Bauer business man ager of the Ottumwa Courier E L Sparks Jr publisher of the Hannibal Mo Courier Post Martin Wolman general manager of Madison Newspa pers Inc E L Burgess busi ness manager of the La Crosse Tribune Walter Rothschild president of LeeRadio Inc of Quincy 111 and Donald JHar rer manager of station KEYC Lee TV Mankato Minn WASHINGTON Reedy the slowtalking pipe smoking White House press secretary faced waiting news men and announced gravely hat one item of information he had furnished earlier was in advertently accurate Of course this was only a slip of the quickly said he meant to say inadver tently last night followingastream of mis nforirution from the White House memory hasthe White House H V put out so much inaccurate inGov Paul Johnson of Mississip North Weather outlook warmer ftirvvflh Saturday Frkby in tow W Math Saigon Friday One Saigon Airport occurred shortly after Lt William C Westmore landcommander of US forces m South Viet Nam addressed some departing troops Another blast damaged the Vi etnamese intelligence agency of fice next to the residence ot Pre mier Nguyen Khanh The third occurred in a Saigon slum area No deaths occurred and onlj one of the bombings was be Ifeved the result of Communist terrorists ITAUANDIfS ROME W Gen Guido Fern 73 former directorgeneral 01 the Italian military health MTV ice and president of the Italian Red Cross died Thursday in a plunge from a fourthfloor win dow Mr Reedy has a red face formation as it did in announc ingthe deployment of federal military forces in the search for three young civil rights workers wbo vanished Sunday in Missis sippi At his midday briefing for re porters Thursday Reedy an nounced that President Johnson had ordered 200 Marines based at Meridian Miss not far from theSearch site to join the hunt And he said hey wouldbe augmented by eight Marine heli copters Asked whcthtr move had been taken at the request of pi Reedy indicated there had been no request but added Guardsmen familiar with the is a cooperative effort area for the search There has been complete coop eration at all levels Minutes after newsmen had dispatched this word and even as they were finishing their dis patches Reedy personally con tacted them at their telephones and said he was that the Marines were coming from outside Mississippi and only the Marine helicopters were Mississippibased Gov Johnson was saying in Jackson that he was surprised by the movement of Marines thai several days ago he had of tea timeVin a lifetime do we hove the oppprtuniry to invite neighbors and friends to share a moment of pride in something ac complished Such a moment will be experienced by the GlobeGazette staff Saturday afternoon at our Open House It will bea day of mixed sadness pride nostalgia and joy The sadness will be the most fleeting of these emotions For some it may not occur at all Some will experience it when they think of that portion of their lives spent in the old location that cannot be recaptured Pride will be the predominant feel ing that all will radiate when we conduct you through our new quarters The nostalgia is the recall invi of hoppy times experienced in the years of our occupancy of the East State Street plant The jay is that of accomplishment in bringing the new plant into reality having it as a tool through which we can bring an even better GlobeGazette to you in the days and years ahead Today as we start a new era in our new building we invite you to come and share our pride in accom plishment and our confidence in the future of our entire North Iowa circulation area Well have our best smile all scrubbed up and be waiting to say hello Sincerely yours Roy N Rorick Publisher fcred the use of National Shortly 5 pm met reporters for a second time and announced that one item he had conveyed at his noonhour briefing had been inadvertent ly inaccurate He said the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been in formed that Marine persorine from there JL no Marine be use in the search He said the Ma rines turned out to be sailors He volunteered the informa tion that FBI Director J Edgar Hoover had called Gov John son since the original announce ment which had been ajiowet to stand unchallenged for five hours to straighten out this matter A mindful Rcedys statement that onebit of information had been inac curate asked whether Gov Johnson had been aware in ad vance that military people were being dispatched to the search site There was an inadvertence said Reedy There was a slip up somewhere At this point one reporter asked if Reedy had been cor rect in reporting that eight Ma rine helicopters were being used in the search I believe said the pres secretary these will turn out to be Navy helicopters There was no further White House explanation of the whole incident BACK TO mackerel ne kid has jumped buta hisskin Leastwisethats the way Steve Rugent appears as hedugs biology class skeleton back to Lincoln High School at Vihcennes Indjafter another school had borrowed it Linda Fage another student just happened to be going his way Bobby raps Barry in German speech Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy said Friday Sen Barry Goldwater seeking the Republican presi dential nomination does not en Inside The Globe FIRST LOOK at new Ma son City High School Page 20 mm J f 11 news15U Ttkvition news 1711 City ntws S2M1M Latest 21 24 Transit Hmttablt M ClastifM 252427 joy widespread public suppo in the United States Kennedy during a visit 1 Berlin to commemorate the fir anniversary of his late brother triumphant tour here belittle Goldwaters standing Tens of thousands of Berliner lined the streets to cheer an wave to the attorney general A reporters question on Gold water who opposed some of th iate President John F Ken nedys policies prompted th attorney general to speak i length on the Arizona Republ can The conclusion that GoL water has widespread publi support in the United States erroneous he said YORK BETTER NASHVILLE Tenn Alvin York showed improv ment in his battle with pne monia at Veterans Hospital accuses U Mifl that on leading to the reumfica on vof Germany remains a undamental objective of Western Big Three The declaration made ther points The treaty t cannot effect oviet obligations or respons bihties on includ ing Berlin and access to the city The Soviet Union bound by engagements Taking issue with the Com munist treaty the joint com munique stressed that West Ber litt is not an independent po litical unit Despiteunilateral actions taken Jthe Soviet Union the four power adminis trtuon of tbf eityTtmaihs legal ly vabdAlthough the Powers authorized establishment of be tween Berlinaad Federal Republic of Germany are in no way inconsistent with he quadn partite sUtiisvof the city and will be maintained in the future I ij The declaration reiterated that the Federal Republic of Germnny is ithe only German governmentfreely and legiti mately constituted and therefore entitled to speak forthe Ger man people in international af fairs Vvi The declaration rejected he perennial Communistcharg es of revanchism andjmilii tansm against the West Ger man government and said thesi accusations without basis 7 The stressed hat principle of self determma ion must apply to of Germany The agreement of June 12 seeks to perpetuate arbitrary divisioa of Germany which is a continuing source of international tension and an ob stacle to a peaceful settlement of European problems the dec laration said and added of ation which should1 lead to reunification of Gerrnany in peace and freedom remainsa fundamental objective of three goyerriments The three1 Western Pow ers the declaration concluded are convinced that a settlement of the German question based on selfdetermination ofthe Ger man people should be sought as soon as possible Living costs stay at about the same level WASHINGTON AP Food and housing prices dropped i May but most other consumer goods increased in price ahsjl living costs remained un changed from the month before the Labor Department said Fri day The consumer price index of the Bureau of Labor Statistics stood for the second straight monthat 1078 t The figure means it cost in both April and May buy typical consumer goods that cost in the 195759 period which the index is based i SAM   

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