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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE o VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated and United International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 12 1961 7c a Paper Consists o Two WOMBS liiliil No 264 Rebels fail to unseat regime in Argentina How auto pact talks J affect you Prices pay are involved By A F MAHAN DETROIT ffl The auto contractnegotiations may bej far from your community buti they are important to people in many places for instance you That goes whether you own a car or know anyone in an auto plant or an auto company office whether you are in ranks of management or labor What comes from the bargain ing may affect the size of your paycheck or payroll whatever its source Past settlements have affected prices of thou sands of seemingly unrelated items j COMBINED THE auto plants themselves employ more thanj half a million But stretching back through the executive suites assembly lines plants and raw material sources j the Automobile Manufacturers j Association figures one out of every seven persons in the coun try owes his job to the auto and related industries such as trans portatioa and gasoline But these the only per sons affected Many others get wages patterned after those of a fenderbender in Kenosha or1 Mahwah or Muscle Shoals or Van Nuys Almost for certain the wage pattern will follow in aircraft and farm machinery plants The cost of living escalator was introduced first in autoj labor contracts in 1948 Liter ally millions of dollars in wages have ridden up it since then including 54 cents of the curj rent average auto wage of hourly IT ALSO WAS in 1948 that the industry decided under un ion prodding that workers were entitled to share in jobsaving costshaving technological ad today as auto mation So the annual improvement factor now a fixture in wage contracts in many industries was developed In 1950 the auto workers pow ered their way with a 100day strike among other things to a funded pension plan one in which pensions are guaranteed at 65 even if the company folds like KaiserFraser or Hudson Motors In 1955 came supplemental Wfe AP PJiotofax WATCHING RAIN OF hand information on the mass troop Gen Curtis E LeMay Air Force chief drop at Cheraw SC This was a drop of staff watches as Gen John of the 101st Airborne who will act as H Trapnell commander of the 18th the opposing forces during Operation Airborne Corps gives him some first Swift Strike State Brand joins 4 groups for research and publicity Five Midwest dairy coop eratives including State Brand Creameries Mason City have joined in setting up a separate corporation to handle public relations and re search The new corporation will not affect the operations or identity of any of the five members according to Leo H Benson manager of State Brand Creameries Its only purpose is to seek ways of improving efficiency of opera tions operating management schools eliminating duplica tion and providing better serv ice for customers To be known as American Dairy Foods Inc its officers and headquarters have not yet been named Final ap proval of its articles of incor poration was given Friday in St Paul by the boards of di rectors of the five corpora tions involved In addition to State Brand Frondiri remains in power No backing by populace BUENOS AIRES Argentina UP A small band of armed rebels seized two key buildings in downtown Buenos Aires Fri day night in an attempt to over throw the government But President Arturo Fron dizi declared the revolt had failed He called the rebels hot heads trying to disturb intern al peace and damage Argen tinas prestige abroad The police chief said a band of 50 led by a high ranking air officer had taken over the tele phone exchange lines to broad cast a revolutionary manifesto AUTHORITIES said the reb els opened fire when police ap proached the telephone building only 25 blocks from Government House where Frondizi was meet ing with his aides to study the crisis but there were no casual ties Frandizi put out a communi que declaring the revolt had failed demonstrating that the Argentine people and the armed forces are united in their will to achieve the national des tiny through legality and the constitutional regime The communique said calm prevailed throughout the capi tal and the rest of the country GOVERNMENT officials ap peared convinced the attempted revolt had no important politi cal significance Frondizi re mained in his office through the night waiting for final word that all resistance had been wiped out Armed with pistols and light machineguns the rebels fired when police approached the telephone building only 25 blocks from Government House where Frondizi was meeting with his political and military aides The rebels claimed in their they TWO DOLLS AND A German refugee child age 4 holds her doll and a biscuit at the Marienfelde refugee camp in West Berlin after ar AP Photofax riving with her parents The influx of refugees is continuing despite Com munist crackdowns at gateways Refugees flow may cause blowup first BERLIN rigorousCommunist regime threatenedlhave the effect of speeding up Red police controls 2017 refuiharsher measures to stem thethe Berlin it to 1 1 r i i r All 1 gees from East Germany regishuman tide I a fever pitch of tension well be tered in West Berlin in the last U S officials believe an ex1fore the end of this year Soviet 24 highest in years eight jtremely explosive situation may j Premier Khrushchev has threat ibuild up very rapidly in Eastjened to sign a separate peace In the same period last SaturjGermany if the Communist day the number was 1100 the1 regime succeeds in clamping previous Saturday 925 down drastically on the flow of The total mounted after the refugees Such a situation might treaty with East Germany be fore the year is out Refugees from the German Communist rule have been flee ing into West Berlin at a rate sometimes approaching 2000 a day The total for this year is now close to 150000 The East German population is about 172 million Present facilities for handling the refugees are sufficient But Western officials say that to be on the safe side they are prepar WASHINGTON a major i 000000 in loan funds for this emergency sleeping quarters A victory for JFK on foreign aid bill victory for President Kennedy the Senate has rejected an amendment striking at the heart of his foreign aid program The amendment offered by Sen Still left for decision when the Senate quit for the weekend is whether it will vote the full five year program Ken nedy has asked for making easy in more buildings The giant Olympic Stadium was one of the places earmarked for possible use ALTHOUGH IT is becoming Minneapolis Twin City Milk Producers Assn St Paul North Star Dairy St Paul and Dairy Maid Products Eau Claire Wis WARMER guarantees a laidoff worker enough on top of governmental unemployment insurance to give him 65 per cent of his normal takehome pay for 26 half a year It has been copied elsewhere i ALONG THE way too sev erance pay has made its pcarance Now if an auto plant moves elsewhere a worker can follow his job or obtain separa tion pay based upon his years of employment If you know a whitecollar auto office know aj fellow whose pay is geared alj least to some extent to that ofj the bluecollar man on the as sembly line Advances in production work er contracts usually seep up to the top Differentials between whitecollar and bluecollar pay scales generally are maintained The office worker is getting a cost of living allowance in his paycheck too and some other items that are as routine along the assembly line as the next car N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES warmer extreme west Partly Sunday with scattered r thunderstorms likely southwest and westcentral 6065 extreme west Highs Sun day in the 80s Partly cloudy Monday chance of scattered thundcrshowers and continued mild I Globe Gazette weather up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data 81 I 54 65 j 15 i 21 84 55 CRJER I WRECKED BY BOMB appear daily on the Ma TRIESTE Italy MVA prcdawn son City page starting with blast wrecked the headquarters the next issue Watch for in of the local Communist Parly foresting facts about the Ma Saturday I son City Elections in 7963 SEOUL South Koreas ruling military junta declared it intends to hold power for two more years before allowing a civilian government to take con trol Lt Gen Pak Chunghi the junta chairman promised general elections in May 1963 and a re turn to normal government the following summer Fire fighting continues MISSOULA humidity climbed and the wind dropped Saturday helping 1475 weary firefighters in their struggle against the Northwests biggest forest fire in 25 years Three fire fighters have died and scores have suffered burns and other injuries in battling the flames covering 30000 acres 4 Americans rescued VIENTIANE Laos Four Americans whose helicopter crashed behind rebel lines were returned unharmed to Vientiane The rescue of the twomen crew and two US military advisers was accom plished despite rebel antiaircraft fire which clam aged a search plane which first spotted the downed aircraft Conference rolls on PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay The revolt scare in Argentina underlined the urgency of Presi dent Kennedys billion proposals to help cure Latin Americas social and economic ills but it did not interrupt deliberations at the InterAmerican Economic Conference here no political links A law student Hector Corres among those who surrendered at the radio station identified jthe leader of the rebels as his brother Air Force Commander Vincente Corres Cool wave settled over parts of Iowa Cool weather covered Iowa again Saturday with top read ings expected to be in t h e lower 80s The mercury skidded to 48 degrees at Atlantic early Sat urday with other lows ranging up to the lower 60s Mason City had 54 Fair skies w ere expected over the stale until Saturday night when clouds were pre dicted The forecast for Sunday calls for partly cloudy skies with scattered thundershowers in northern Iowa and with more jmild temperatures On the inside 2Minute Mystery Pane 2 Clear Lake News 3 Church News 45 Editorials 7 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Society News 10 Sports 1112 Comics 14 Business News 1516 Transit Schedule 16 North Iowa News 18 RAIDERS SLAIN SAIGON South Viet Nam Thirty rebels were slain and about 50 more wounded in a major clash Aug 1 in Xuyen Province at the tip of South Viet Nam the gov icrnmcnt said Saturday It was back 56 to 39 Friday night Itltkms have required yearly ap from Congress to will be offered to cut the number of nance Kennedys program of deyears Of iongterm borrowing au velopment loans to struggling nathority and reduce the yearly to tions Ten Republicans went against tals But Friday nights action nailed down Senate support of the their leader EV6rett M of borrowing authority TII f n n AR i 1 Harry F Byrd DVa was Uirnedjterm loans to underdeveloped difficult to slip through the of Communist police around the divided city the number of refugees usually rises on week ends Many workers wait for their Friday pay before setting out for Berlin They also consider it eas i c ir t iier to slip away before their ab sen of Illinois to lorn 46 Byrtl and other opponents j u d at their jobs on crats in support 01 the as backdoor financvnjv These Republican votes vioiiuaj critical because the amendment r mavi Hundreds of Communist police drew the support of 16 Democrats Thls method OI finanung n f jwere reported at railroad sta and 23 Republicans i encounter rougher going in thetjons around the city hauling people off trains bound for Ber lin Commuters to Potsdam on the stone of this years j against the proposal wouldjwestern outskirts of the city re foreign aid bill includes House resistance ported about 100 Red police on guard at that station alone They were checking on everybody buying tickets to Berlin Elevated trains from Potsdam pass through the West sectors on the way to East Berlin The police were ordering commuters to take more roundabout routes to East Berlin to prevent them from getting off in the allied Kennedys request for authorityHouse which takes up the foreign to borrow money from the Treasaid bill next week Byrd told re ury to finance the loans is the key porters the sizable Senate vote ExItalian bootblack Once ration dump raider now hes part of the 34th CAMP RIPLEY Minn young Des Moincs postman never dreamed that when he joined the enlisted in the National Guard controlled section There he mcl his old shoeshinc customers I didnt know till I got in that it svas the same division going to be the same one he had come across in wartorn Florence Italy as a boy W e s 1 Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt told a meeting of local authorities that only military the East Germ can stop the flow from rising As orderly he sees to the i HE HINTED that such Valerio Ladurini 28 adi general s personal needs I ight ujgger another East Ger milled that he had stolen bits keep him happy and running man revolt smooth As long as hes hap j TJ S experts on German af py everybody else is Ive got say the effect of cutting off him running smooth this jlhe flight of refugees would bo of food from the nation dumps of the 34th Infantry Red Bull Division while it chased the Germans out of Florence Now he is Sgt Ladurini who is serving as orderly to Maj Gen Warren C Wood Ger ing Neb while on extensive summer field training at Camp Ripley Minn Ladurini was a shocshinc boy when the Red Bull Divi sion was in Florence In 1053 Ladurini came Ur the United year the biggest single engagement re States and enlislcd in the i ported since the army troops Army for wo years When his billed more than Ifi7 Communists regular tour of duty ended he jjuly 16 southwest of Saigon J returned lo Ues Moines and SAME to bottle up in East Germany thousands of discontented people with the result that in their frus tration they might turn to out bursts of violence These could embarrass the Sovietbacked Communist government and cre ate an even higher degree of in stability for it In event of serious rioting and larticularly ifsthe German Com munist forces were unable to cope with the situation Soviet forces might be employed to re store order   

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