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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - November 16, 1959, Long Beach, California Pope Appoints New Cardinals; 2 Are Americans VATICAN CITY John XXIII toda named eight new cardinals of the Roman Catholi Church. They included two Americans, Archbishop Albert Gregory Meyer of Chicago and Aloisius _ Muench of Fargo, N. D. Strike Off, Meatcutters OK Contract Union Wins Big Pay Hike; Other Points Conceded A threatened strike of met departments in Soul California markets wa averted Sunday by a contrai agreement between the AFL CIO Amalgamated Meat Cu tcrs and Butcher Workmen America and the Food En ployers Council. Eleven thousand meatcu ters and meat wrappers ha been scheduled to strike midnight Sunday unless new contract had been agree upon by the negotiators. The new five-year contrac reached after nine weeks bargaining sessions and tw strike threats, provides for 60-cent-per-hour pay raise fo meatcutters and a 49-cent in crease for meat wrappers i progressive steps. It also cal for an added 9.85 cents a hour over the five-year pe riod, covering medical an dental costs and other fring benefits. The employers gained im portant concessions on wor rules. SOON AFTER negotiator released the proposed pac it was ratified by Long Beac Local 551 and Los Angele Local 421, the largest of fiv locals affected, with members. Quick approval fol lowed from other locals wit headquarters in Santa Bar bara, Santa Monica and Pasa dena. Local 551 covers metropol itan Long Beach, the harbo area and Orange County. The agreement calls for a 17.5-cent increase the firs year, a 12.5-cent increase the second year and three in creases of 10 cents in the fol lowing three years for th elow. Kilauea Iki ur Littl the southeas of Honolulu began eruptin Saturday night.' White-ho rocks wero blasted up to 10 "eet in the an- before the tumpled into the mile-lonf nile-wide crater. THOUSANDS of spectatoi continued to clog roads leac ng to the volcano, tieing u traffic for miles, when it he came apparent that the lates eruptions were rio threat surrounding farm areas. Minor quakes continued t rumble through the volcan :one. School Bus Turns Over, 62 Injured BATON ROUGE, La. school board bus with fail ng brakes turned over today ear Baker, on the northern utskirts here, injuring a east 62 parochial students. First reports said most o ie injuries were minor, al iough at least four young ters were being examined foi roken bones. All were en route to the St jerard Majella Catholic chool. The bus reportedly arried 70 pupils. Wreckers Buried is Wall Collapses KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) wall of a vacant two :ory building in downtown ansas City collapsed today, urying three men who were emolishing it. The bodies of two victims ere recovered from the asement. Police searched for ie third victim. WHERE TO FIND IT Jeach B-l lal B-7 B-7 D-2 to 7 C-6, 7 D-2 )cath B-2 B-6 B-3 Shipping D-2 C-1, 2, 3 C-4 'ides, "V, D-8 S-7 B-4. 5 Kidnaper Releases L A. Girl, 8 LOS ANGELES (fft An girl was released a kidnaper who S-year-old today by snatched her from the street Sunday and kept her prisoner overnight. Officers said the girl was able to point out the apart- ment where she had been held. As a result Donald Puryear 32, radio parts plant super- visor who lives in the apart- ment, was booked on sus- picion of kidnaping and child molestation. THE GIRL disappeared while on her home from a dancing class. She said a man in a car offered her candy. She said that when she refused he pulled her into the car. The child said her abductor shoved her out the back door of his place before dawn to- day and told her to go home. New Storm Hits Rockies, Great Plains Temperatures Dip to 45 Below in Frozen Montana DENVER (ff) A fierce new storm, sending tempera- tures dipping to record lows, lashed most of the Rocky Mountains and northern Great Plains today. Temperatures dropped as low as 45 degrees below zero during the pre-dawn hours. The storm roared out of Canada Sunday into Montana, already numbed by a blizzard which struck four days ago. Parts of Kansas, the Dako- tas and Montana were bat- terer! Sunday by winds up to 60 m.p.h., which reduced visi- bility in some localities to I near zero by whipping the air with blinding snow. K
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