Mason City Globe Gazette, January 11, 1963

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 11, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa HOME EDITION Tht newspoper that makes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL IK tte Paper ot Two SectionsSection MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1963 No 287 More Yanks to leave Cuba New look on job security Pilot plan at Kaiser By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Steel in dustry sources are predicting output for a little above 100 million tons in 1963 for the first time in six years Production last year came to slightly more than 98 million tons Now the United Steelworkers of America estimate that the steel industry can pour 105 mil lion tons and employ no more than 450000 fulltime production workers As recently as 1951 it took 567000 workers to produce 105 million tons of steel Rising productivity means that more steel can be produced by fewer steel workers It is estimated that some 100000 steel workers are unemployed at present And many of the jobs men are out of have just dis appeared In addition to installing such laborsaving devices as the ox ygen furnace steel companies are investing inelectronic com puters to run rolling mills sintering plants and annealing lines Automation p r o c e e d s apace throughout the industry The traditional answer of the Steelworkers to technological unemployment has been to de mand that the work week be shortened Even now the union is pointing out that the average work week in the industry is at present only about 35 hours But union and management have come up with a new ap proach in the Fontana Calif plant of Kaiser Steel Corp Basically the plan works like this Productivity of workers will be measured monthly against a previously agreed upon base period The workers will get 325 per cent of all savings com ing from increased productivity In other words if the cost of pouring a ton of steel is reduced that amount will go into a sharing fund the workers share being 325 per cent of the fund In addition Kaiser workers 7900 of them including 1200 now laid off would get bene fits similar to those granted by other steel makers And the con tract provides for an employ mcnt pool and other devices to cushion the impact of automa tion Kaiser workers are voting on the plan If accepted it goe into effect on March 1 The Kaicer contract if ap proved will be studied at a meeting of the management union Human Relations Commit tee for the steel industry the committee will hear progress reports from subcommittees The aim is to accelerate it study of nonwage problems vacation scheduling contracting out of work work assignment arid the like The 1962 industrywide con tract can be reopened for bar gaining on May 1 The union ha a right to strike 90 days there after The Kaiser plan is no likely to be an issue The union looks upon it as a kind of pilo operation and management out side of Kaiser is frankly leery of it More likely to be demanded Is a shorter work week The Steelworkers at their 1962 con vention called for legislation to cut the work week to 35 hours A strike is most unlikely Workers still feel the wounds and the loss in wages of almost a man from the mar athon 116day strike in 1959 And the companies remember that the 1959 idleness encouraged a 1 r e a d ypinching competition from steel imports They know too they can lose money from an inventory build up in anticipation of a strike and the subsequent letdown RIDING A WHALE Skindiver Wil liam A De Court rides on the back of Photofax with a fish net and line in which he was tangled The whale didnt resist as De vvimie uiuii iesisu US UtJ 45foot whale he and friends spotted Court and three friends rode it like a off coast of San Diego De Court said the whale was fatigued from a fight pony The men later cut away the net andthe mammal swam out to sea On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 North Iowa News 8 Sports 910 Society News Comics Clear Lake News 1314 15 18 SAME HOWB Sifcty Department North Iowa towns lose rail stations The North Western Railroad had authority Friday to post notices in 15 Iowa towns that the station buildings are being closed and the jobs of station agents will be elim inated The authority was granted by the Iowa Commerce Commission in an order summarizing recent hearings While not having a regular agent on hand to handle railroad shipments the 15 towns will be come part of a North Western central agency plan in which they will get partial service The towns are Gifford Geneva ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Wonts posts made appointive DES MOINES The legislative interim com mittee recommended that members of the Iowa Board of Public Instruction be appointed by the governor This was one of severalproposals madeby the com mittee to the next legislaturewhich will convene here Monday AntiMeredith demonstrations OXFORD Miss More than 400 University of Mississippi students some screaming Go home you nigger staged the rowdiest demonstration against James H Meredith since last fall The incident the fourth in as many nights began at the campus cafe teria and continued at the university library where Meredith went to study Assistance to flood victims SIDI SLIMANE Morocco American helicop ters and Moroccan teams on rubber liferafts raced against flood waters to evacuate thousands of farm ers and villagers stranded in one of the worst deluges to hit Morocco in 40 years Opens talks with Nehru NEW DELHI India Mrs Sirimavo Bandaran aike prime minister of Ceylon opened talks with Prime Minister Nehru on the dispute between India and Communist China JFK studies port strike WASHINGTON President Kennedy discussed the 20dayold longshoremens strike in Washington with AFLCIO president George Meany while nego tiations here continued Meany told newsmen later that he saw no solution in sight for the walkout which has tied up ports along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts eland Cbrwith Ayrshire Have ock Badger Schaller Rippey Logan Sheffield Clare Dumont and California Junction The Commerce Commission de nied the railroads request to eliminate agency stations at three other towns Nevada Clemon Grove and Rockwell Shipping business in these places warrant d having agents it said The signing of the order which he railroad said will save at leas 575000 was one of the last officia acts of Govelect Harold Hughes as a member of the commission He resigned that post Thursdaj night to start preparing for hi nauguration as governor The railroad said the cutback at the 15 towns will be effective as soon as the necessary notice are given Waldo Wheefer Des Moines Democrat officially took over Hughes post as a commission member Friday He had been prompted from commission coun sel The other commissionersare rhairman Bernard j Martin and Ray H Thompson Bishop helped to raise money for Cuba ransom BOSTON Cardi nal Gushing Roman Catholic archbishop of Boston has dis closed that he raised million to help liberate Cuban invasion prisoners Cardinal Cushing released a statement Thursday identifying himself as solely responsible for the collection of the million He said he made the statement because of the many rumors con cerning the mysterious donor The prelate also said he wanted to clarify reports that the gift had come from sources with which I have no identification The money was in addition to the million worth of food and drugs used to ransom the 1113 prisoners Gen Lucius D Clay head of a committee which ad vised and assisted families of the prisoners obtained a million loan on his own signature It was announced at the time that the other million was con tributed at the request of Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy by an anonymous donor The Weather North Iowa Snow accumulating 35 inches colder with north easterly to northerly winds 1530 miles per hour causing some drifting through Satur day Lows Friday night 4 be low to 6 above Highs Satur day 614 owa Colder and snow accum ulating to 4 inches or more by Saturday Lows Friday night zero to 5 below north west 1015 southeast Highs Saturday zero northwest to 1520 southeast Further out cloudy cold with some snow likely east Sun day Minnesota Cold 13 inches of snow Drifting in south Highs Saturday 510 above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 14 Minimum 7 Precipitation in snow Warn of 3 to 5 of snow Snow and Arctic winds whipped across Iowa Friday and 3 to 5 inches of snow is ex pected by Saturday the Weath er Bureau said It didnt get as cold as ex pected Thursday night Low ranged from 3 at Spencer to 2 at Burlington However some below zero readings are fore cast for Friday night Sioux City has 4 inches snow on the ground and two inches were reported at Mason City Ottumwa Spencer Daven port and Council Bluffs had an Airliner ready to depart Will carry more ransom HAVANA AP One hundred Americans will return to the Unit d States Sunday aboard an air iner bringing ransom medical Applies to Cuba a Swiss diplo mat said Friday He said the plane was due eave for Havana from Miami Fla Friday but that the fiigh was delayed to give the repatri ates time to get ready for the trip The Americans have been living n Cuba and have expressed a de sire to leave They remained be hind despite a general repatria ion of Americans in Cuba som iime ago A Pan American Airways DC6B already laden with 15000 pounds of medicines is at the airport in Miami A DC6B seats more than 100 passengers Without seats it can carry nearly 200 inch with more falling points at al said highways north of a line through Glenwood Audubon Iowa Falls and Elkader were snow packed in sheltered areas However highways in the Cresco area were 75 per cen icy of a t RIDE EM COWBOY Justin Marston Wood ward Okla went to Denver with his parentsfor the National Western Stock Show But a snowstorm cur tailed the event and he spent the better part of the day riding the he had never seen his hotel The Denver mercury plunged from 55 above to 10 below zero in 16 hours Woman gets Senate seat Shes 3rd in Iowa history KNOXVILLE UP It has been 16 years since Plans were afoot previously for Jne Iowa Senate has had a woman member Now with the 1963 legislative session coming up Monday it will a special flight to bring 250 Cu sanAmericans to Miami but that have one flight was canceled abruptly last week Also more eager to than 20 leave Cuba Americans are im prisoned on various counterrevo lutionary charges and hundreds of relatives of the Bay of Pigs invasion prisoners who were ran somed for million in badly needed American food and medi cine The flight set up for Sunday may be the last air shipment of ransom installments to Cuba An ocean cargo liner the 490foot SS Shirley Lykes is scheduled to load 6000 tons of ransom at Baltimore and then call at Port Everglades on another 1000 tons of food Pharmaceuticals biologicals vita mins and insecticides to hand over to Fidel Castro There has been no word on the future of several thousand more relatives of the invaders who have line made it known they would like to Refuses to budge in library room ban on youths YORK Pa AP Scholarly rayhaired Katherine Shorey bol itered by of confidence rom the York Library Board re mained firm Friday in her battle against teenage socializing at he town library The ban stays Miss Shorey he chief librarian said in an in erview She referred to her edict sheriffs officers The I vUUil Lj u kj L JL iU U J1 UUtY car in which they were driving interstate green on white wil was spotted after an anonymou eave Cuba Prime Minister Cas ro once said they all could go Highways south through Clarinda Winterset Des Moines and Muscatine were also snow packed in sheltered QU backed down areas except highways south of Clarinda Winterset and Chariton were 100 per cent icy Cold weather will continue Saturday with highs varying from near zero in the northwest to near 20 in the southeast The storm system was part of placing library reading rooms offlimits to junior and senior high school students Miss Shorey contends that the ibrary had come to rival the corner drug store as an after Town lashed by tornado SPRING HILL Tenn freakish winter tornado hit this Middle Tennessee town early Fri day wrecked much of the busi ness district dozens of homes and destroyed two Negro churches The twister skipped over an or phanage where 180 children slept No serious injuries were report ed At least eight commercial buiid ings including a bank were smashed and half the Spring Hil High School was demolished A unit of the Tennessee Nationa Guard was called out to help lav enforcement officers search for the injured clear debris guard against looting a wild weather pattern that cov ered he nation from New Mexi co to New England Youths held for breakins NEW HAMPTONTwo juve niles one 16 from New Hamp ton the other 17 from Charles City are being held in Chicka saw County jail here awaiting formal charges after reportedly admitting breakins at three fil ling stations a According to authorities the youths have admitted breaking into the Lyle Standard Station in New Hampton and two stations in the Elma area early Thurs day The two were arrested vuuu day afternoon in Marble Rock havent yet obtained their 196o by Charles City police and Floyd white on blue license anc Greenwhite license plates for next year DES MOINES UPI low ear owners many of whom were assured Friday new ones be available next year waa ajjuLiuu antr an anonymous avauaoie next year csaietj I tip on the license number wasj Commissioner Carl Pesch sak SJVnn tO tllP Sheriff Thnv Mrcrn hn Vinrl tlio given to the sheriff They were caught after a highspeed chase Taken in the three breakins were from the New Hamp ton station from one station in Elma and a 22 rifle from the other CRASH KILLS 7 KODIAK Alaska UPI A Navy patrol plane with 12 men aboard crashed and exploded on a mountainside Thursday night while trying to land at the Ko diak Nava Air Station Seven men were missing and presumed dead he had discarded the proposa to retain the 1963 plates for tw years and revahdate them in 1964 with ear tags Pesch als said the 1964 plates will retain the reflectorized numerals al though he favored an allreflec live plate as a safety measure DJES OF BURNS AMBOY Minn 77 Vera Shivvers Knoxville Republican was chosen in a spe ial election Thursday to represent the 15th Senatorial District n place of her late husband who was elected in November and died m December The 65yearold widow who plans to keep the family sheep farm going received 2912 votes in the MarionMonroe County to 2588 for her Demo cratic opponent Howard Myers in the unofficial count Asked if there was anything special she planned to sponsor in the Senate Mrs Shivvers fielded that question nice ly Women are known for t a Iki n g too m u c h she said I dont want to start now She had j c o m m e hted earlier I Mrs Shivvers k n e w the school hangout fcr teenage ro of it in the semi darkened basement where old periodicals are kept The board met Thursday and wound up expressing general sup port for Miss Shorey Another meeting is scheduled next Mon day with city and county school officials things my husband was inter ested in The last woman in the Sen ate was Mrs Kathlyn Kirketag of Bedford in 1947 who also filled a vacancy caused by her husbands death Prior to that there had been only one woman senator Serving with men in a public body will not be entirely new to Mrs Shivvers I served with men on the school board in the 1930s and 1940s she said yearold woman died Thursdaj after suffering burns while res cuing her 99yearold mothe from a fire which destroyed their home The victim was Mary Lough PEN PALS MEET Visitor from Korea Mrs J S Ryang of Seoul is visiting with her pen pal of nine years Mrs Fred Nissen Palo near Cedar Rapids The correspondence began in 1953 at Christmas time Mrs Ryang is the widow of the Methodist bishop of Korea Her husband was captured by the Communists in 1950 and has been presumed dead Mrs Ryang is now in the United Statesraising money for a furnace to be placed in the Bishop Ryang Memorial Church in Seoul ;

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