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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 17, 1959, Ironwood, Michigan G VOLUME 40 NUMBER 281 PRESS WIRE IRONWOOD MICHIGAN SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 17 1959 TWELVE PAGES SINGLE COPY 7 CENTS Gen George C Marshall Dies Friday Steel Industry Leaders Meeting Place Is Secret Could Decide Strike Outcome NEW YORK try leaders kept secret today the place of a meeting that could de- cide the outcome of the steel strike They had been expected to meet in the Hotel at 10 a m to consider a union com- promise offer But at that hour none had appeared There was no immediate an- as to where they would gather down union proposal reportedly called for about 21 cents an hour in wage benefit gains over a two-year period The leaders representing 12 jor steel companies were seen leaving the Park Lane Hotel 33 before 10 a m They strolled along Park Avenue as though heading for the Waldorf But they switched their plans and never ar- rived there Acceptance of offer would the strike The industry had the alternatives of rejecting it or offering a Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell said in Washington he was optimistic that a settlement could be reached to avoid a Hartley injunction Such a court order unwanted by either the industry or the Steelworkers Union likely will be sought by the government next week barring a weekend peace pact The parties are closer together than they have been since the negotiations Mitchell said Friday night The steel labor dispute has been going on for six months There were indications that the government although still ing to avoid a labor pact that would force an inflationary boost In steel prices now considers that ending the strike is an equal if not overriding consideration The industry's negotiators are due to rush baek to Washington this afternoon to give Union dent David M McDonald their an- swer on his latest offer The reply could take the form of a counter proposal PICKUP Sgt Levi M Woods first man to be picked up from the ground by a high-speed airplane in flight poses with the made the pickup on August 12 3958 at Va Woods who lives at Jacksonville was to receive the Navy and Marine Corps medal this week at Camp Lejeune in recognition of the feat AP Wirephoto Injunction Bensoni Says Industry Favored by President In discussing the possibility o President Eisenhower calling for the injunction in the stee strike Peter Bensoni United Steel workers staff representative sak The injunction will solve noth ing In fact there is a gooe chance that it will only complicate the situation further There arc many signs of irritation on the part of workers who do not like to be forced back to work out contract improvements Bensoni said that President would like to now con- It was noted that the union's new I sider this stoppage as a offer paring down prior money demands about a third would do nothing toward meeting the agement demand for more dom in changing work practices to gain economies The industry probably will want cession here even some token The union proposal of around 10 cents an hour in each of two years was designed to have an anti inflationary appeal by the money exclusively ui tional emergency because the workers have reduced the try to an economic ing level However he said the President did not consider it a tional emergency in 1958 when most five million people were un- employed Bensoni The White House showed the actual started While avoiding about sizeable wage in- Insurance pension and other creases granted in industries such fits for the first year The second year's Installment would be in a wage hike Previously McDonald had been holding out for 15 per hour for each year of a new contract Both sides operated under a bour deadline They are scheduled to report back Sunday morning at open hearing before the White House inquiry panel headed by George W Taylor At Least 28 Dead in Wake of Typhoon NAHA Okinawa Charlotte left at least 28 dead after this small west Pacific island Friday with 90 to 150 winds police laid They said the major loss of life resulted from a landslide on ern Okinawa which killed at least 20 There were no deaths reported among American military or ian personnel Another typhoon christened Di- nah blew up in the Pacific and skirted the island of Guam Begin Joint Exercise Formosa of the U S Chinese Nationalist and Philippine navies began a joint exercise off southern For- mosa today The Defense try said it would last a week but gave no details Oil Heater First Day With This Daily Globe Another quick result story for the advertiser with this attention and FOR blonde Mono- Cram oil heater with fan Phone 0000 Results like this happen everyday when folks use the to The cost is small the teflon Is fast OB And In Country Ift Iron wood Daily Globe Get Action Retold 1101 foe MiH as cement rubber petroleum and the building trades the dent stressed that he wanted a no inflationary settlement in steel It appears that the President is be- ing influenced by his steel try associates In that connection it is worth mentioning that George E Allen the owner of the desert resort where President er stopped during his vacation is a top executive of Re- public Steel We wonder what the steel industry or the public would have said if Uie President had spent a week with Walter Keuther at this time Bensoni stated that the workers in this area resent very bitterly the industry's charge of bedding Me Perhaps as many as 20 per cent of the workers in the mines suffer from injured backs or hernias because the company still persists in old-fashioned ods of work As an example a set of timber is still put up the same way today that it was 50 years plain Some of these industry negotiators should try putting up a green maple cap nine feet long and up to two feet in diameter Bensoni asserted that when a man gets hurt a foreman will Why didn't you get some and if he goes looking for help the foreman will ask Where are you going Why aren't you in your I Bensoni said that the industry would do better if it j had some practical men at the table instead of so many professionals who learned all about work by reading a book The steel and iron mining in- i cannot expect 1930 tions in 1960 It expect the worker to submit himself to total control of the foreman Everybody in America dreams of progress and improvement This is true in the kitchen as well as in the steel Prediction of High Winds Is Causing Steel Strike Puts Heavy Drag On Nation Economy This Week lly JACK News Writer NEW YORK AP The steel put R heavy drag on the nation's economy week While President Eisenhower's i board pressed try and union to a agreement layoffs mounted and pro inevitability of steel No Prospect of Control In Fire LOS ANGELES diction of high winds caused con- darkened the business j big throe automakers yet to lie cern today as a massive fire continued to flourish I horizon Steel Iho weekly trade zinc warned r There is can prevent the from before it im- proves Within two even the largest and best protected users will feel the im- on dust-dry brush in the hills j not even in immediate settlement north of Los Angeles j The toll was one man dead 131 injured acres burned And there no prospect immediate control j U win at 30 It all started officials believe j when somebody carelessly flipped i a cigarette The forecast was for winds of i 15 to 25 miles an hour across I ridges and passes I Nations Mourn ana passes j 11 l Much of the force of 2.000 men i 11 I was concentrated on front of the fire i1 111 In Big Tujunga Canyon north of tlie community of Tujunga Uie fire was within a half mile of homes in La Paloma Flats dents of this small settlement had been evacuated Thursday night and were still out early today On the eastern front the fire mill or mine said Union leader Woman Charged With Decapitating Children CANAKKALE Turkey AP Police arrested a peasant woman and charged her with ing her two sons and daughter with an Press reports quoted the mother is saying her husband had her and she decided to kill her children rather than let them starve Producer of within a mile of a Nike missile base control center on Mount Disappointment But the site is surrounded by a rocky area clear of brush Show Canada and communities south and southeast of the fire were out of danger but the Forest Service said in- winds could put them in Reaction on again Show Is Dropped NEW YORK AP I Man stunned Honest programs are taking the rap because there have been phoney of This was the reaction Friday of Walt Framer independent Charge ducer of The Big of the television quiz shows to A jury of 10 dropped by the Columbia and 2 men took just 8 casting System in the wake of of deliberation to closures that some top TV quizzes were 29 of a charge of murdering his former wife statement followed announcement in New Orleans by CBS President Frank Stanton that his network is eliminating all TV shows involving awards of Screams of happiness from the defendant's relatives and friends tilled Criminal Court Friday night as the jury foreman read the verdict to Judge Robert E English money or expensive plan to return to a normal Stantoa identified the shows told the newsmen be canceled as The Big streamed toward him I Top and Name That to see my children very badly Since last year CBS has has three children and The of them Nancy G testified in The defense in a tense dramatic and For Love or before a packed NBC had no comment on Stanton announcement made a tall bespectacled fore a meeting of radio and school teacher was news of slaying Susan Hansen The American Broadcasting 24 in her South Side home said it had no shows in the month after she had divorced category It said its audience on grounds of cruelty She shows consisted found dead on the floor of her stunts music and comedy bedroom with a broken The House Investigating soon as the verdict was an- committee which has been Hansen turned and on his defense and other NBC quiz A Bellows Then he em- grams no longer on the air is his mother and brothers recess until Nov and Richard both lawyers Fire Breaks Out Hansen family held a big party after the trial at Duncan's Soviet Passenger home The three children Nancy Charles 4 and COPENHAGEN Denmark 2 were not present broke out in a Soviet was Nancy's testimony that prop passenger plane one of the dramatic during a stopover at Kastrup of the trial and brought the nationwide attention Nancy The blaze in the No 3 knowing her mother had been was quickly and that her father was on The crew and between 20 told a story which 30 passengers scrambled out her father's account of the plane as the pilot detected happened that fatal fire on his instrument board warming up for a flight to who steadfastly he knew nothing of the The plane was operated by contended a Soviet airline killed his former wife on Rise With Of U S Money and By flow of U.S dollars into BONN on the increase in West Germany and American money and Americans want to get a firm foothold in the European market particularly in Germany before cal know-how almost by common market giving it a big a formidable tariff wall Just how far it will go American goods o be American investors estimate U.S government officials say they are watching tlie money can go further where production costs particularly labor arc cheaper than at home ment with interest and some Americans feel that West is going to grow more The Defense Ministry says it more important as an arms no desire to see a major arms and that profit is to be dustry grow up again in in the field nit adds it can't do anything the latter point is Americans from a by-product of the first heir money where and how sayr Richter officials point out that American and German major area of U.S investment agree that the field of defense production not the major concern of been aircraft can Investors money is going chiefly into But t German official building of wholly owned sub- who can say where arms plants rattier than in ion begins and of shares in German The statement came Irom dolf Richter director of the U.S Chamber of Commerce market division of the in West Berlin reports there German Bank now about 350 wholly owned He experts firms operating In West there three major factors and Berlin j Pay Tribute to Great Leader LONDON owes a monument to George C shall a London newspaper line declared today The words expressed the ings of millions of Britons who joined the rest of the free world in mourning the death of America's Twice in our lifetime said the London Daily Mail the new world has come io the rescue of the old and each time the ment of recovery was George C Marshall In Paris French Marshal Juin said of He not only was a great soldier but also in the years following the Second World Wan victory a shrewd and wise statesman and author of the generous plan which was precious help to the nations of Western Europe by the war Juin referred to the Marshall Plan which strengthened the free nations of the West with massive economic aid from America British Foreign Secretary wyn Lloyd said Marshall will be remembered for his outstanding services as the U.S chief of staff uwo which contributed so much to ght Allied victory during the war Canadian Prime Minister John i said the general's be forever attached to humanitarian endeavor without of j parallel in the history 1 The Japanese government de- 1 scribed Marshall's death as a i i great loss to the free world j West German President Theodor -1 Luebke said Marshall will never j be forgotten in Germany West I Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt said i Berlin will honor the general's Communist East i The official German news agency ADN ed Marshall as initiator of a plan whose object was ican leadership in Western Eu- rope and which Isid the basis for the aggressive policy of NATO Trapped Group Being Removed By Helicopter after strike settlement to get duction back to anywhere near normal And the government told tlie steel that immediate top priority must be given defense items when production resumes Approximately 250.000 workers in industries wore idle in addition to the striking steelworkers General Motors only one of the hit by the steel shortage stepped layoffs this week bringing the total io more than CM may have to quit building cars by Nov 1 Steel inventory surveys ed any production crisis for the anto industry ns a whole is a month off Automotive News said U.S auto production reached a high of 135.172 cars this week but predicted this probably would be the last big production week until steel supplies again become able Effects of the three-month strike spread to appliance ers truck makers and farm equipment producers Stock sales for the latest week totaled shares com- pared with the ing week and the same week Bond sales in latest week had a par value of 000 compared with in the previous week and in th same week last year GEORGE C MARSHALL Castro's Kin in Cuban Cabinet Brother Named to Newly Created Post Bj ROBERT BERRELLEZ HAVANA AP Strongman Castro has elevated his brother Raul U- the Man pod river freeze a Michigan These other developments ed to the Railroad freight loadings for the week ended Oct 10 dropped 741 cars or 18.6 per from the corresponding 1958 week to Loss of loadings due to the strike is estimated at two million cars October business of heavy con- struction sonal factors adding weight to the pressures of tight money and the running 17 per cent un- der last year The Federal Reserve Board said that in spite of the strike industrial production slipped littl in September but a greater im- pact is being felt this month Tight money was a factor in causing housing starts to drop 6 per cent in the usual seasonal Com- merce Department reported this week Unemployment figures released this week indicated that Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell may have to eat his hat on the capital pledge he made if Octo- ber idle exceeded three millions Unemployment fell by to in September but effects of the steel strike are expected to keep the total above three million this month Retail trade kept up Its steady gains with impetus added by er weather in many areas and Columbus Day sales promotions Total dollar volume for the week was estimated at 2 to 6 per cent above a year ago Best year gains were in sales of apparel appliances floor furniture and new senger cars Christmas is 69 days away but the outlook for an adequate ply of appliances is good despite the steel strike A survey of jor manufacturers and retailers showed little difficulty in meeting demand is expected There may be some holes in the supply of small appliances one big er said Another noted that any shortages are most likely to show up in small stores A new sales promotion idea is being tested by a mail order con- corn in 78 of its stores across the country It's a teen-age credit card hunting party of four men a woman and a youth is being re- j Youngsters 14 years and over are moved by helicopter from a offered up to credit with a crn Manitoba wilderness minimum monthly payment of The group from Iron Mountain Parents guarantee isn't required Cuban cabinet will over the newly created Ministry of Armed Forces The younger Castro a bitter critic of the United States already is commander in chief of the armed forces The new post will enable him to make many tary decisions on his own There also was speculation that Raul's appointment may be a pre- liminary step loading to Fidel's resignation as prime minUter to concentrate on his job as dent of the National Institute of Agrarian Reform There have been unconfirmed reports that the Cuban leader wants to take a active role in the direction of the agency charged with a vast land distribution program He has called the program the stone of revolution According to the ister of State Haul Eoa would be- come prime minister The decree appointing Raul gives him GO days in which to draft an organic law governing operations of the new ministry This was interpreted in some quarters as meaning the younger Castro will have more authority i in purging the armed Led America's Armed Might in World War II Was Creator of The Marshall Plan WASHINGTON AP Gen George C Marshall who guided America's armed might in World War 11 and created the postwar Marshall to safeguard free nations against communism is dead at 78 Marshall hnd been seriously iH since he suffered a stroke last Jan 15 at his winter home in He was brought to Walter Reed Army Hospital March II Death to him there Friday evening Perhaps no man of his time had been called great by so many of his countrymen as George Marshall Three presidents Roosevelt Truman and revered his awesome abilities as a soldier statesman and diplo- mat He led the gigantic war of the United States as Army chief of staff throughout World War II Then in the evening of his life he was recalled to duty as secretary of state and again ing the Korean War as secretary of defense For his formulation of the shall Plan which bolstered free nations of the West with massive economic aid from America shall was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953 President Eisenhower called Marshall's death a cause for found grief throughout the United States He ordered the flag to be flown at half staff from all public buildings and military tions until after Marshall's al Tuesday afternoon Typically Marshall had decreed that his funeral be a simple one 11 will be held at Ft Myer Chapel on the edge of the Arlington tional Cemetery in Virginia Inter- ment in the cemetery resting place of soldiers both illustrious and humble will be private Eisenhower's statement said in For his unswerving tion to the safeguarding of the curity and freedom of our nation for his wise counsel and action and driving determination in times of grave danger we are lastingly in his debt It was Marshall who recognized the ability of a very junior adier general named Dwight I he navy The navy to a key post and later J I nn lln like the other branches was not subjected to a drastic shakeup after the revolution It also could mean s ing of all military forces Raul's elevation is expected to speed up military action against enemies of the revolution There been a noticeable re- cently in activities in the western province of Pinar del Rio The old Ministry of Defense was abolished the decree said be- cause it had never functioned perly Considered almost as important as young Castro's appointment was the selection of outgoing De- Minister Augusto Martinez o head the Labor Ministry A combat veteran of the ion he succeeds Manuel dez Garcia who resigned Garcia lad been under fire from both sent him on up the ladder to be- come supreme Allied commander for the European invasion Until the day Eisenhower be- came president Marshall in his clipped correct and almost cold manner addressed him as Eisenhower Other tributes to Marshall poured -in from statesmen and I from his few surviving colleagues of highest rank in World War If He was one of the greatest Americans our country has ever said Gen Omar lev Fleet Adm Chester W said He was the architect of the great armies that stemmed the advance of the Germans in Eu- rope and raised the troops that helped us win the war in the His postwar services as of defense and secretary of state marked him as a most un- and able man capable of Mich became stranded last end about 300 miles northwest of j here by a freeze on the But papa and mama can stop the Briefly over business labor and management foi ing firmness in dealing leavy backlog of labor problems Raul's appointment and transfer to the Labor stry are part a trend by the to place men with more dynamic revolutionary spirit in key positions r lack on in almost any with a city his good A search plane located the six The Federal Aviation Agency is I and their guide Friday and ped supplies A helicopter ar- i ranged io make two trips o bring includes Jean and their them out The group his w sou Jerry and Dr William p Peter Mitchell and Jack I Their guide has been Elic of The Pas i At home in Michigan other i members of tlie families indicated i they were not upset especially over the adventure Seven years I ago an incident of the same sort happened All turned out well I Mrs Kalph Carlson daughter of Dr Alexander snid she and others had been in touch with authorities and they weren't j alarmed She said the group was I duck hunting They'd gone up the ewan River by boat and the river froze The ice was too thick for a boat to get through and too thin for safe walking The group was trapped at Poplar Point Lake about 45 miles southeast of The Pas Bubonic Plague Outbreak in Africa PORT ELIZABETH South ca and health are fighting an outbreak of bubonic plague near the industrial town of 20 north of here They expressed belief day the outbreak has been checked evaluating a Lockheed Aircraft Corp air traffic control called designed to tell operators the location ty and altitude of every plane in the sky over the United States New York Stock Exchange dent G Keith Funston predicts 22 million Americans will own stock in the 1970s There are about million owners now Cormack Lines Inc is schedul- ing for next summer the first passenger ship voyages to Russia in 20 years Christmas trees are going to cost more this year but the quality is expected to be better Federal foresters say a six-foot tree from a timber plantation will retail for about Another Christmas a shirtmaking firm is going to put out men's shorts adorned with Santa's beaming face So the Yule spirit won't last loo long the design will disappear in dering Selwyn Lloyd Will Visit Paris Nov PARIS AP British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd will visit Paris Nov it was officially announced today Lloyd is coming for talks with French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de They will discuss sub- but high on the list will be prospects for sn East-West mit conference Says Red IBM Hurled Into Pacific Area SHREVEPORT La AP viet Ballistic siles have been hurled into the Pacific Ocean northwest of waii Rep Overton Brooks has reported Brooks chairman of the House Space Committee declined to elaborate or to say how the ings hnd been detected Shots into the Pacific northwest of would be far beyond the previously known Soviet sile testing range Previously such firings have been from a launching site near the Caspian Sea across the great land mass of Siberia to the ern waters of the Pacific Brooks his statements in an interview Friday at Baton Rouge La He said the missiles had been fired distances of from to miles and that the firings had been known to U S officials for the past few months Brooks predicted the United States probably will have man in space early in 1961 but said the Soviet Union may accomplish this a year earlier He said at least billion dollars will be needed to finance the U S space program compared with 800 lion tala fiscal year i Doctor Uses Kitchen Knife for Surgery ARCADIA Calif tor used a kitchen knife for gency chest surgery to save a man's life Percy Knight 52 is doing well at Methodist Hospital He a heart attack while being examined by Dr William B lace who said the man appeared to have died The physician took a kitchen knife opened the chest cavity and massaged the heart for more than an hour until Knight could be re- moved to Uie hospital THE WEATHER FORECASTS Mostly cloudy and cooj tonight and Sunday with a chance of some snow Sunday Westerly 15 to 25 miles per hour today diminishing tonight High today 38 io 44 low tonight 30 to 36 High Sunday 40 to 46 for Upper Michigan mostly cooler with a cloudy and turning likely TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD Saturday October 17 For 24 hr period ending it 11 2 p.m 581 6 30 4 p.m 36 8 28 6 p.m 2 34110 31 t p.m 33111 34 24 hr period to 21 39 Previous 24 hr 47 40 Year High M Low 41 year to date in Season's mow 3 in 8 39.82 11 RANGE SKIES Sunset today tomorrow Moon rise today p.m Last Quarter Oct 24 Prominent lUr Betelgeuse low In cast Visible Planets Jupiter p.m p.m Saturn low In southwest Venus low In east Sunday Han dny p.m ent Mm ml moonrise 1000 light yeart li DM Uri Like nnd ri M i least pirt tt ctor W 7iu
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