Mason City Globe Gazette, April 11, 1962

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 11, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Editedfor the The VOL 102 Associated Press and UnitedPross Internationa Full LeaseWires CITY GLOBEGAZ newspaper thot makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1962 Iflc a Paper Consists of Four No 5S re prod Teachers in NYout on strike raise p Disorders picketing More pay is their demand NEW YORK tha half of the citys 40000 schoi teachers struck Wednesday fo more pay Classes were disrupte and many unruly children ra wild The Board of Education said noon that more than 22000 teach ers had not reported for duty A number of the citys 84 schools with one million pupils closed for lack of classroom su pervision The strikers urged tha all be closed for the protectio of pupils and property Boys freed from discipline go into wild melees at some school and tossed articles from schoo Those who left schoo pounded parked automobiles an tossed rocks and eggs Some 15000 of the teachers ar members of the striking Unite Federation of Teachers which i bargaining agent for all Man nonmembers heeded picket line set up by the strikers Heavy police guards ringed the schools The police reported 430 pickets were marching at 59 schools t The teachers walked out despite the states CondonWadlin Act which provides for dismissal o public employes who strike Possible impact ot the strike on the political fortunes of Repub lican Gov Nelson A Rockefellei and Democratic Mayor Robert F Wagner was being watched in GOP and Democratic circles Rockefeller and sWagner who may be a candidate against him forgovernor this fall have been blaming each other for the situa tion The strike was the first on such a large scale to hit the citys schools system The federation sponsored a oneday demonstra tion Nov 7 1960 in its fight for recognition as bargaining agent for the teachers but the schools remained open Teacher salaries range from to ayear bon uses for special categories The union is seeking to increase the figures to to a year plus bonuses The situation in the first hours after the school bells rang was highly confused with no ac curate figures of just how many teachers were off the job Charles Cogen the union presi dent called the walkout highly effective and said he believed it would be wise to close the schools to prevent disorder in them Reports gave this picture Rowdiness broke out among some 2300 gathered in the audi torium of the Seward Park High School in lower Manhattan The school was closed after the out break Similar scenes erupted at Ev ander Childs High School in the Bronx and at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan At Taft High School ceacneis picKet the building on the An editorial purna ists are honored THE GLOBEGAZETTE is pleased rnented this week to play host to 14 distinguished if we include as we shep herd of the flock Paul Smith representing the Gov ernmental Affairs Institute of Washington D C These visitors to our community are correspond ents at the United Nationsand represent 14 different countries They identified by name and by nation in our news columns Each of them and they represent the spectrum so far as political philosophy is concerned is a close up viewer of history in the making in that impressive building overlooking New Yorks East River There would be a wide disagreement among them as to precisely what the United Nations func tion is and how well or how badly it has succeeded in the fulfillmentof the lofty goals set at San Francisco in 1945 But in a manner traditional in journalism this disagreement isnt permitted to become disagreeable It is truly stimulating for us who consistently have seen in U N the worlds best hope of peace and un derstanding to be exposed to these divergent points of view Its our hope that our guests will find both pleas ure and profit in the onenonimetropolitan community m United States singledout for four days of these U N correspondents limited travel time SEE PICTURE ON PAGE B47 CRASHES PALACIOS Tex B47 edium jet bomber on a routine in the Bronx in an hourlong spree eggs and bag lunches were tossed at picketing teachers In the huge residential district of Queens only 8 of 50 schools checked were in regular opera tion Pupils for the most part sat around in auditoriums and gym nasiums waiting for officials to decide what to do Overhead grain bin proves fatal MCCALLSBURG Gilhs 22 an employe on the Ralph Moore farm near here was found suffocated Tuesday in an overhead grain bin on the farm Moore said Gillis apparently had climbed inside the bin to check while unloading seed corn from the bin Moore found the body after seeing Gillis legs sticking from the bin Gillis son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Gitlis of Fernald is sur vived by his widow and a son ractice mission Tuesday crashed exploded and burned Two crew men were killed and a third para chuted to safety GEOLOGIST DIES BLOOMINGTON Ind W Dr Jesse J Galloway 79 retired In diana University professor and international expert on geology died at his home Tuesday of a heart attack T Photofax In a last ditch move to COME ON GUYS WHOA rru 4 f uiLcn move to halt a string of accidents atan intersection Dubuque police designed this sign to stop traffic from crash ing through a dead end Previous signsthe tradi tiona typedidnt get the job done Installing the sign IS Vmce Giunta city workman lhuimnff ttie Ford not to make midget car DETROIT AE Ford Moto Co will not build a smallsmall car in the United States this year It hasdecided not enough peopl are interested in buying such car to make the gamble worth ih odds Ford personally never hati con irmed the Cardinal However in a stock prospectus issued only ast month the company saidti was developing such a car for fal ntroduction if market conditions ooked favorable The Cardinal was to be of Yolks vageri size and price powered vith a V4 engine and frontwheel drive A dozen handbuilt proto types had been assembled with ull production slated for early July at Fords Louisville Ky plant Development of the Cardinal be Ian five years ago and was ac celerated in 1959 when sales of mall foreign cars reached their oeak in this country of some 10000 units Imports have skid ded sharply since then totaling ess than 375000 in 1961 The lastminute decision to call hings off was in marked contrast o Fords handling of the illfated The Edsel like the Cardinal vas conceived during a period of aooming sales for its type of car By late 1957 when the Edsel was eady the market was shrinking ast Ford officials later admitted bey knew within the first month he Edsel was a failure They tuck it out however until No vember 1959 building slightly more than 100000 altogether Ford lost some million on he Edsel the inside Society News 101M2 ComicsI 16 Clear Lake News 1819 Sports 2122 Editorials 23 Latest Markets 34 Mason City News3435 Transit Schedule Whizzer gets prompt OK on appointment WASHINGTON UPI The e n a t e Judiciary Committee V e d n e sday unanimously ap roved the nomination of Depu y Atty Gen Byron R Whiz er White Rhodes scholar and ormcr AliAmcrican football ONLY THE NEWSPAPER tar as an associate justice of he Supreme Court The 41year Id official won an accolade of ndorsements from members committee N ews in a utshell FHOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Meet Castro HAVANA Negotia tors seeking to ransom 1179 Cuban invasion prisoners appeared hope ful after a fourhour meeting with Prime Min ister Fidel Castro There is hope said one of the exile delegation of three men and a woman after the long session Paintings found MARSEILLES France Eight Cezanne paintings worth an esti mated million which were stolen last year were recovered in an abandoned automobile Debre to resign PARIS President Charles de Gaulle will ac cept Premier Michel De bres resignation next Saturday and will name banker Georges Pompi dou to succeed him reli able sources said Passed secrets WEISBADEN A heavily dis guised former Commu nist espionage officer testified that U S Air Force Capt Joseph Kauffman passed mili tary secrets to East Ger many The w i t n e s s Guenther Maennel wore a false mustache wig and glasses when he took the stand Opposes Wine w Rep Neal Smith DIowa vsaid he will testify be fore the Senate Judiciary Committee and explain why he does not believe ponald Wine of Daven port is qualified for the post of U S Attorney in southern Iowa Crushed chest cause of drivers death CLARION County luthorities said Tuesday that iark Schillington 47 found dead lofiday in the of his ickup truck near Clarion died f a crushed chest Schillington a farmer near North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with occasional ligh rain or drizzle Wednesday night and in east Thursday Lows Wednesday night 3540 Highs Thursday 4553 Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered light rain or drizzle Wednesday night anc in extreme east Thursday Little change in temperature Lows Wednesday night in the 30s Highs Thursday near 50 Further outlook Partly cloudy with little change in temperature Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 8 degrees be low normal Wednesday nigh through next Monday Norma highs are from the upper 50s in the north to the lower 60s in the south Normal lows are from the lower 30s in the north to the upper 30s in the south A slow cooling trend is expected in the first of the period remaininj rather cool throughout Raitifal will average 10 to 20 of an inch in light showers during the firsi part of the period Minnesota Cloudy light rain or snowHighs Thursday 3545 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 48 31 36 13 54 31 Clarion was killed when his ruck struck a railroad underpass n Highways 369 six miles east f here Investigators first thought e might have died of a heart at ack Photofax GENERAL DIESLt Gen Man ton Sprague Eddy famed commander of the Armys 9th Infantry Division during World War II and commander of the US Army in Europe after the war died Tuesday night in a Columbus Ga army hospital He was 69 Kennedy upset by decisions ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON A third major steel company announced a price hike Wednesday as ah angry Presi dent Kennedy studied possible ways of easing the in flationary impact of the boosts on the economy At midday Bethlehem Steel Co the nations second larg est producer announced it would increase prices on rolled steel roducts by about 35 per cent beginning Thursday U S Steel Corp announced Tuesday night that it was raising prices a Jones and Laughlin also followed suit The President obviously upset by the surprising move was aid to be planning to couple a news conference statement with i plea to other segments of the steel industry to forego following he lead of U S Steel which usuallysets the pace for the field But Bethlehems action cast doubt on the success of any such move Two antitrust investigations were initiated immediately after the price rise was announced An administration spokesman Undersecretary of State reorge W Ballsharply criticized U S Steels action at a con gressional could only serve to lessen our com petitive position in t h e world markets he said There is no doubt it will have an inflation Steel prices PITTSBURGH Pol lowing is the annual average price per ton of finished car bon steel as tabulated by American Metal Market a tradeiournal daily 220 Humboldt County auditor resigns Probe ordered DAKOTA CITY rt Dale 41 auditor of Humboldt tounty submitted his resignation o the County Board of Supervi ors Tuesday while state auditors ontinued a routine check of his ooks Dale who had held his post for 4 years did not give a reason or resigning County Supervisor Gordon Hoff nan said Dale admitted his ac ounts were short when he quit ut County Attorney Harlyn A toebe said There is no evidence of any hing amiss and no charges have een filed Earl C Holloway of Des ioines state superintendent of udits said it will take two weeks o complete the check of the ooks Holloway said the audit start d as routine but we woke up something on our hands The County Supervisors named rin Nelson to fill the rest of ales term AP news analysis Steel price hike sure to bring wrath of unions Only the Newspape is servant of the rich and poor alike Everyone can write letter to the editor tele tip on a news story WASHINGTON APIPresident Kennedy probably will1 try to sal vage his program of voluntary co operation to keep the economy stable when he speaks out Wed nesday afternoon on the decision of the US Steel Corp to raise prices He is expected to lace into the decision and may start plugging for compulsory economic controls US Steels increase strikes a severe perhaps at Kennedys carefully laid plans to woo employers and labor unions toward decisions that would keep the wageprice line The administration succeeded in persuading the Steelvvorkers Union to agree to what must be classed as a cheap settlement in recent contract negotiations expecting the steel companies would go along without raising prices Informed sources said that US Steel Chairman Roger M Blough with whom the administration dealt through Secretary of Labor i uuuufcu secretary 01 Labor PUc Arthur J Goldberg never gave a pledge there would be no price increase They said the adminis tration and Steelworkers Union President David J McDonald felt this was implicit Now that Big Steel whose prices are usually adopted by other ma jor steel producers has hoisted price levels it is hardly likely either labor or management will pay much future attention to pleas for economic moderation What union for example will pass up a wage increase as did the a govern ment argument that it would con tribute to wageprice without ironclad advance assur ance that its management coun terpart hold the price line If unions ignore moderation what industries are going to feel impelled in that direction Many other presidents have urged wageprice moderation But Kennedy differed from the others m going about it more militantly and suggesting certain guidelines These suggestions it now appears are going to be ignored ary effect Senate Democratic 1 e ad e r Mike Mansfield told reporters he understood the price increase would mean a million boost in the defense budget alone The increase came less than a week after US Steel and 10 other big firms signed new twoyear la bor contracts with the United teehvorkers to take effect July 1 Those pacts granting alOceritl nhour package increase to each basic steelworker were hailed by President Kennedy asresponsible and noniaflatibnary adhering to plea for an early noiunfiafaonafysteel settlement President teslieB Wortriink ton of US Steel saidthe pries hike was necessarjjr because of a continuingcostprice oil profitssince 1958He said thesa costs have continued to rise with out even considering higher labor costs after July u under the new contracts VVorthirgtdn described the ncrease as modest amounting to bout threetenths of a cent a pound of steelHe said it was a catchup increase needed to off et the continuing squeeze on prof s the last four years In 1961 US Steel earnings fell o million equal to a share and were the lowest since 1952 In 1960 the company cleared 53041 million or a share US Steel reports first quarter 1962 results on April 24 David J McDonald United Steelworkers president said he was surprised troubled and cerned about the price hike Referring to the justconcluded steellabor negotiations McDonald 5 Sin tidri j i i said we had no understanding and no discussion with the com pany on prices Walter J Campbell editor of Steel Magazine said the three and a half cent rise in steel pnces will inject minor in creases into the costs of prod ucts made of steel Campbell said that a home washing machine will cost the manufacturer 65 cents morea home refrigerator 51 cents more an auto more and a farm tractor more The revision in itself will not justify large boosts in prices of stee1 Campbe11 changes will be de ermmed more by market fac tors than by the increase Some manufacturers will as a reason for instituting overdue hikes in their selling prices but competitive condf ions wii force others to absorb the increases Shah and Farah get big welcome WASHINGTON UPI The Shah of Iran and his beautiful Empress Farah arrived here Wednesday for a red President Gray skies and a drizzla failed to mar toe enthusSSc welcome given to the band the assembled troops s and cannoneers who fired a gun artillery salute The Shah and the Empress flew to Washington from New York m President Kennedys private plane The Shahs three day stay here will by glittering social functions t ;

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