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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1955, Austin, Minnesota The Weather e AUSTIN DAILY HERALD 1955 City T lit IS. IMS i UAW Reach 3-Year Agreement MASS FUNERAL PLANNED AT LE MANS Track Toll 79 UE among the injured raised the toll of auto worst disaster to Pre- mier Edgar government announced it would seek means of preventing Mass funeral services will be held In Le 800-year-old cathedral Tuesday for the tims killed when French driver Pierre silver Benz hit another sports soared into the exploded and spread death in a crowd packed 20 deep behind an earthen The race was the annual 24-hour endurance classic which draws thousands of fans to this city 100 miles southwest of It was BUSHELS OP GRAIN SPILLED New Grain Elevator Collapses in Fargo N. D. A massive grain elevator composed of 20 tanks 122 feet high collapsed dumping some bushels of grain to the ground with a noise that sounded like an Completed only last the Fargo Grain Terminal was the largest privately owned grain storage facility in North All that remained today was a pile of shattered twisted steel and huge mounds of Joseph owner of the Herald Joins Quota Busters The Austin Daily Herald joined the ranks of the today in the St. Olaf pital building fund The Herald was the fifth tin business firm to break its More reports from firms which have completed solicitations were expected In addition to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Herald will sponsor the hospitality room as a memorial A campaign report meeting will be held Wednesday and division chairman have been asked to get as many reports as possible from their Workers may either turn in their reports to their di- vision chairmen or take them to campaign Truman Will Speak of U. N. Anniversary UNITED Former President Truman has agreed to speak at the 10th session of the United in San U.N. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold announced last night that Truman will speak June 24. The former President did not accept a previous bid from the State Department to appear at the June 20-26 anniversary thought kind of caused the The bushels of spilled gram were estimated to be valued at about About half of it was believed damaged beyond A Fargo Joe 16. and his girl friend were parked near the They said they saw a blue flame near the top and found the rubble when they drove toward where the elevator had Completed in August 1954, the massive structure was second only to the state mill and elevator at Grand Forks in total The tanks had a capacity of about A ing motors and other towered 205 feet in- the air and was a landmark at the west limits Of Fargo on U.S. 10. Loud Explosion Cass County Deputy Sheriff Lloyd Stensrud was among the first on the He was called after Basquez notified Fargo Stensrud said he heard a loud ex- plosion shortly after midnight but had seen nothing outside his house between Fargo and West completed on Sunday despite the accident on Saturday Of the more than TO several remained in critical One American was among the injured He was Roy a U.S. soldier stationed at an Army hospital in Most of the dead including 15 women and 2 children were be- to have been though several bodies still had been also was among these Kaee Continued Despite the the famous 24-hour road race for sports cars was carried to its with Mike Hawthorn and Ivor Bueb of Britain winning in a Jaguar at a breaking average speed of 107.067 miles per Officials said halting the race would have cluttered roads ing to the track with the quarter of a million spectators at a time when ambulances and rescue ers already were having reaching the About 40.000 of the spectators remained quietly throughout the night at the closed road circuit south of Le Mans for the ation of the Two Roman Catholic priests conducted morning mass in including prayers for the Soviets Accept Big 3 Proposal for Summit Talk ROSi SAN Calif. Rose Bowl queen has announced her engagement to wed. Marilyn 19, who ruled over the 1955 Tournament of said she plans to marry Wells F. a student at the University of Southern California School of next MOSCOW in notes to the Big Three Western Powers day accepted their proposal for a Big Four summit conference on July 18 in The Russian note was made public at a news conference in the Soviet Foreign Ministry As the news conference was U.S. ambassador Charles E. len was en route to Washington for discussions with President hower and Secretary Dulles on conference The Russians also apparently timed their reply to the Western powers with the trip of West man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to the United where he will confer with the British and French foreign ministers this The Russians have invited auer to come to Moscow for dis- cussions on of re- lations with the U.S.S.R. Adenauer wants these talks to wait until after the Big Four summit Chevrolet day shift workers at the Gear and Axel plant in read the lines telling about the But they wouldn't go back to work be- cause of a picket line around the plant protesting a local BAD WEATHER NO DAMPER 1st District Legion Parades at Spring Valley Convention Guaranteed Wage Plan Is Accepted By GLENN ENGLE DETROIT CIO United Auto Worken today nailed down at General Corp. ihe same guaranteed wage plan it won a week ago from Walter UAW thus firmly ed the controversial supplemental ployment benefit system in the auto an important beachhead from which he hopes to launch it into other in- The three-year agreement was hammered out in a predawn settlement after more than 37 hours of bargaining broken only by brief More than 40 of GM's 119 plants across the nation were hit by walkouts as the negotiations dragged on hours after the union's midnight strike The strikers were expected to return to their jobs quickly with little loss in auto DETROIT in the auto Similar to Ford virtually assured today The GM pact closely followed I by the General Motors agreement the recent Ford Motor Co. contract with the CIO United Auto in nearly every It calls means the booming assembly lines improvements in will build seven million or more I vacations and holidays similar to passenger cars this That's those worked out at more cars than the industry built j j in all the years prior to World Record Auto Volume Likely ff A new topping the 1950 mark by approximately 400.000, now is virtually Only a complete stoppage of the assembly lines for a couple of months or more can prevent it. Assemblies scheduled for current month will bring the year's ic benefits under an agreement production workers must now join the union to keep their An additional GM es represented by the CIO Inter- national Union of Electrical January June total to something 1 like Truck volume reached an hour after the UAW settlement was The By DAVE OWEN and Mrs. Frank Pesons half of the year The convention sessions opened from 35 cents to 45 cents and Production of passenger vehicles Friday afternoon with an ed the office of fourth vice com will come close to 't t The below record levels but showing i Corkers had threatened signs of acceleration in the final SPRING j adjutants held their annual stag er and cloudy skies had little dinner in the tive Past commanders and Speaks Associate Justice Martin A the auto workers strike Reuther called the GM will level off in the extremely significant there will be new-model and far-reaching costing But there is no complete suspension for anything like a feet on the enthusiasm of Business sessions were he 1 d son was the banquet He couple of months presently in District American Legionnaires in Saturday and reminded everyone of the The major car makers t f j w i iii a Etc i a their convention here this Ethan Now was and advantages of living in the selves have been astonished at the The Legion staged one of the elected Vice com- United Toastmaster was largest parades in Spring Valley I manders are Stan George history and at the convention heard bert Thor Spring reports of a record-breaking j and Richard Dist. Commander Harold C. ing The Rev. W. was elected chaplain and for establishing an all-time A. L. Blooming i membership record of 11.693 was elected finance The Larry state LEGION Continued on Page 14 production and sales volume of 1955. Most of them had predicted the corporation 600 million dollars over the three-year er said it was worth better than 20 cents an hour per like the Ford GM President Harlow H. Curtice said it assured the vast GM auto empire of three 1955 volume would mount perhaps I more years of labor 10 per cent over the 1954 total of 5'i million RO to the 58 adjutant will be named by the new er the top posts and the 35 that Foley Indorsed bettered their The convention endorsed Dan past district com- Ranked 2nd in State for state The first district ranks second department meeting will be in Ro in the six members Chester behind the second Littlefield said the post com- Youth Injured in Brawl Loses in Race for Life Minn. ing ambulance carried a young man 500 miles but death field said the Rochester Post has reports showed a year 21 new which will make of progress in the Legion and he N n n the first district tops in the complimented the work done by inj Jy the district and post chairman of the ACCIDENT NEAR ALBERT LEA State Auto Toll Now 225; Killed An Canning Co. er was among the auto death toll in over the boosting the state's total for the year to 228. Domingo D. 20, was fatally hurt when his car left the highway at the junction of ways 251 and 65, west of dalt Saturday He died en route to Naeve bert A car missed a turn on a nona city street and smashed on into a stone retaining wall killing a passenger and in- juring the 19, Killed Killed in the Winona crash was Donald 19. the Merlin 18, was hospitalized with head and other The front end of the car was shoved back into the driver's James Herman 23, a son lice in Minneapolis were looking for the driver of the car that struck t Passengers Hurt In the crash in which Salazar was two passengers in the Bennie 17, and los 18. were have been living at the Owatonna labor Villarreal suffered head tions and minor injuries and tinez was given first aid at the Albert Hospital and He suffered lacerations Highway Patrolman Jim son said Salazar was the driver of the southbound The car travelled for 171 feet after azar lost control and then ed over on the left for 60 115 Salazar was found 115 feet from the car and apparently had been thrown from the car while it was Nixon Inspects Family Bomb Shelter iff Vice President Nixon looked into a family-size H- bomb shelter yesterday and called it Then he I trust we will never j have to use such j Nixon inspected the shelter in which Houston civil defense worker John R. Christmas and family will live 72 hours this week in a civil defense test. He came to this area Saturday night to address the Texas Press Assn. in a dance hall brawl in a tiny northeastern South Dakota died as his ambulance to Rice Hospital Hoyer Seeks Term t 01 in Minneapolis to tell their wives of the County said the youth p a i I i Harvey Anderson of benefits apparently died of a broken appears to have attracted very gram in child welfare little public interest is Bruce Other Speakers a young business Other speakers wore Herbert MINNEAPOLIS Eric Welfare chairman Douglas 21, of Hover seeks his fourth term in the St. spoke on the with whom Monroe Minneapolis municipal election work the department has done wag arrested today by Bowman day in the past year for children and j N His opponent in a campaign that outlined the national Legion Manslaughter Charge Sheriff Max Taylor of Bowman County said he took Reimer into t custody at the request of Sheriff Pomeroy has charged that under i on the Gus Harding administration ican Legion Hospital Association South who said a warrant oils is and the and report as finance charging Reimer with second de- mayor has replied that i had been agencies have given the city a The convention approved sued at S.D. of ing the district's share of the dues discharged from the Army only two weeks was placed in the ambulance early day morning at in ex- treme southwestern North The plan was to rush him to neapolis for emergency surgery at University of Minnesota Father Along on Ride When the youth's breathing be- came extremely it was decided to seek emergency ment The coroner said roe succumbed about thp time the ambulance reached the With him in the ambulance on Sunday his car poles and shredded 150 feet of pow er line early Victim James 85, died Sunday of injuries sustained in a accident I TEMPERATURES I i P. it. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A wheel hit the This threw the car out of Salazar had been passing cars and then ing up to 5 of 10 miles per Johnson The patrolman said the Salazar car must have been traveling with a burst of Other patrolmen investigating the accident were Norman Stovick and Richard 56 M 54 53 52 52 52 51 U M AUTHOR Minn. siah E. 44, died Sunday in locale of one of his first ing Loon MINNEAPOLIS B. 82, Minneapolis political 1M1 IMS a Mar Thc port's the raising of the flag on Iwo and was of the 140 units in the top picture the memorial float of LeRoy The and poet marched and the color their its high-speed ride were his Bryon and a nurse from a Bowman j Curtice Hints was less enthusiastic about the guaranteed wage plan won by the Ha intimated that GM agreed to it only because Ford had first given in. Curtice said the guaranteed wage plan was com- plicated and will require some time to fully but GM nevertheless had accepted it. GM like Ford agreed to antee 1 workers 60 to 65 youth fall to the ground Saturday night during a fight outside a dance hall at a few miles south of the North Dakota Sheriff Celled The sheriff had been called to the hall twice earlier to halt dis- during a 4-H benefit A number of youths at the dance had been Haivala Monroe and the youth with for a maximum of 26 GM will contribute 5 cents an hour per worker ward a trust to finance the plan over the next three Responsibility Elsewhere Curtice said that while agreeing to the guaranteed wage still believes that the responsibility for mining the amount and duration of unemployment benefits with whom he was fighting were the legislatures of the various ty mad at each Haivala The sheriff said Monroe GM President Harry W. struck his on hard ground top company when he said the guaranteed wage plan After Monroe was the identical with the one the sheriff halted the He said UAW last week with the crowd getting too rough member of the auto in- to Highway patrol escorts had been Anderson told Reuther that alerted to convoy the ambulance hold no resentment toward your into Minneapolis before Monroe efforts to get those things for your took a turn for the worse and was members which you think they brought to the Willmar should That's your And as Monroe and himself was 1 e not a but that the youths Anderson said he was to were around report that many of the Taylor said Reimer insisted the features of the first incident was and posal we made to the that he and Monroe had been four weeks ago have been in this new POLICE ARREST 430 IN CHURCH Catholics Clash By SAM BUENOS police early today arrested 430 men who took refuge in the Roman Catholic Episcopal Palace after an- gry rioting last night in the Central Plaza de Mayo As the government cracked down on the church President Juan Peron marshaled his forces today for support in hit Miter feud with the nation's predominant It was Argentina's gravest tical in two At least eight persons were In- jured by flying stones last night when shouting Live with in the central with eh a ft tin f Urt UM a of Catholics guarding the steps of Buenos huge Metro- Shots rang out but apparently no one was hit by bullets as the mob advanced on the adjoining The demonstrators smashed ace windows with stones and bumed a priest's before police rushed into the city's central square and scattered the mob with tear gas and chemical Dispersed fry Felice Later the re- grouped and started to march back to the but they were dispersed by police and After has newsmen thc where more that SJW tables and desks which had been pushed against doors Later authorities jailing of some 250 of They were picked 09 fat police cars and off to central police The turmoil raised tension to tfs highest pitch since the dispute out MI after church etoi hi officials have
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