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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The Newspaper news popr that makes all North vans neighbors ITY GLOBE Home Edition VOLM4 Prim Tufl LMM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 1 1H4 lOe t rivt He 44 ilian revolt grows s ill as Spanish boss says nothing AP Special Report By HAROLD K MILKS MADRID AP Spain cele brated Wednesday 25 years of peace with the question of what comes after Franco still unanswered The occasion is the 25th anni1 versary of the day Gen Fran cisco Francos forces occupiec Madrif and announced the enc of a threeyear civil war thai cost a million lives The ears have softened ha tred but many feel Spain still is far from united There is need for a solution to the problem of Francos suc cessor The 71yearold Caudillo still is a sturdywarrior but he is slowing down and many Spaniards say he is anxious to lay aside some of his burdens Many describe Francos economic achievements in superlatives but say Spain has failed to keep pace in politi cal development Technically Spain is a mon archy so voted in a national referendum proposed by Fran co in 147 it remains a military supported dictator ship which erer the years liis grown eastern itsattitude ward the people About a formal vote andsome politics parties1 one toprank ing Spaniard says of the politi cal situation Many disagree contending Spain still is gov erned by the few rather than the During the ceiebratien of 25 years of formal ob servances are to last nine WINTER COAT OVER SPRING BUDS Jefferson Memorial is framed by snoMrcovered t budding cherry trees around the Tidal Basin in Washington It was the second day this week that snow has covered the Washington area Photofax The famed trees are in full bud and of ficials are hoping for warmer weather to allow the blooms to burst in time for the opening of the Cherry Blossom fes tival next week Crafts unions negotiate for new wage contracts Contracts of building crafts a number of Negotiations continued Tuesshop which employs only union unions in the Mason City area expired a mid night 31 Wednesday electricians sheet metal work and plumbers were not have signed increasing an hour to Bricklayers oneyear contract their pay 10 cents Laborers and carpenters un ion members were still working while negotiations are going on The unions involved have 300 members combined In the case of several however many members of Mhe Mason City locals are working in other areas without transferring their day until started again at 11 am r Wednesday DonClark Des Iowa chapter manager of the Nation al Electrical Contractors Assn together with the three Mason City employers were in the ses sions withthe union t The Smith major changes in the governmental system Some say be will hand the presidency to his close associate Capt Gen Agustin Munbz Grandes now vice president of the Cabinet but will remain in supreme command as head of the state Others say Franco may retain only the symbolic title of Caudillo while letting younger lieutenants carry on Others speculate that Franco will indicate his choice for a new Spanish king possibly young Prince Juan Carlos of Bourbon husband of Princess Sophie of Greece and son of the Spanish pretender Du an Juan Franco is saying to those locals As nearly as could be determined membership of the Mason City locals is as follows Sheet metal workers 19 plumbers 45 electricians 55 laborers 60 and carpenters more than 100 9 Ne jobs are being picketed union and employer representatives agreed Less than three dozen men actually were affected by the work stoppage Wednesday Dewey Electric said three men on the new GlobeGazette building and fiveon Charles City Municipal Hospital failed to report for work Babbitt and Sherman Electric had one man off the job LBJ has cut GOP comm WASHINGTON AP ill dent Johnson has cut off direct communications with Republican congressional leaders in possible miffed reaction to their criticisms of his foreign policy Not since he asked them to the White House Jan 29 to participate with Democratic colleagues in a discussion of the Panama crisis has the President talked to either Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirkseu of Illidois or House GOP Leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana Thlt eharp with Johnsons demonstrated off his iiinications sire in the first critical weeks of his presidency to court Republican support for his actions In that period the President often called Dirksen on the phone a half dozen times a day summoned him to the White House frequently and talked over with him many of the legislative mad other problems that were arising 4 an anonymous White House source in December for blocking speedy House action on the foreign aitf bm Johnson had Halfeck ia for lunch He apologized for the attack Now however the phones tiave gone sitent and the White House invitations informal and otherwise have ceased Krksen and Halleck are inclined U to attribute the two months hiatus in communications to the fact that it is a presdential election year Their attitude is that they can get along very well without being consulted by a Democratic chief executive North Weather outlook Pertly cteuity end warmer v ww vwv vnv WW warmer Trivravay m iweafiMc ejerwH eej paeje employers are Dewey John Sherman and H C Deter man Theunion nego tiating committee iVc 1 u d e s Leonard Philip Waterloo busi ness agent of Local 288 and Forrest rHavig Ralph Knapp and Charles McCourt Mason City electricians Electricians now are getting 405 an hour plus four cents for a pension fund They askec an hour at the start of negotiations and were offered Nineteen members of Local 33 Sheet Metal Workers Union didnt report for work Wednes day at two Mason City firms Sixteen ere employed at Ray E Pauley Co Inc 425 S Fed eral and three at K e 1 r o y Furnace rfc Plumbing Co 137 4th SW Union plumbers also failed to report at Kel firms remained open for business Clarence Ramsey acting busi ness agent for Local 33 said members were in a meeting at the Mason City Building Trades Council hall Were just discussing q tract terms said Ramsey havent called a strike and1 arent picketing anywhere The old contract b e t w e e Local 33 and the two firms ex pired at midnight Tuesday It called for a hourly wage Ramsey said Local 33 is ask ing a twoyear contractthat would provide a 15cent hourly increase in each of the two years reaching John Pauley president of the Pauley firm said a counter of fer has been made by manage qon we ment ofv a twoyear contract calling for 7Vfccent hourly in creases in each year or increas es of 10 cents and 5 cents if preferred by the union TWeve bed some nefotiatinfl meetings but werent notified hat the men would not show up for work today said Pauley This is very unusual and has put us in a bad position with ourcustomers Pauley said the union also had asked that all our employes be required to join the union which is prohibited by state He said some furnace in stallers and servicemen are not mem hers of unions ClerenceF Kelrey president of Kelroy Furnace Plumbing aid this is not an issue in his members Union plumbers in Mason City local fsjiledtorreporrfqr work Wednesday morning contending they cannot work without a con tract l The plumbers contract which is in line with statewide con expired at midnight and contracts have been presented the plumbers being in what they term a continuous meeting I 1 S A negotiating committee of the plumbers unionheaded by Ben Brasser was meeting in Labor Hall Wednesday morn ing but by noori had not met with management or presented a contract proposal Work was stopped on the new GlobeGazette building but no other large project is under way at this time according to management which as yet has cents an hour increase at this time They have been draw ing an hour Ambrose Flynn chairman of the negotiat ing committee formanagement offered the carpenters 10 cents an hour increase and the union planned to take if up with the membership Grant Hunt is representing the carpenters and Hughes1 request Continue remap work DES MOINES Some Re publican legislators spurning a suggestion by Gov Harold Hughes that they go home say they want to finish heir work on reapportionment before the special session of the legislature adjourns Hughes said Tuesday he thought it would be wise if the legislature adjourned now until fall because little progress was being made on permanent re apportionment and the session was time and taxpay ers money House Speaker Robert Naden RWebster City said he believes we should stay the extra4 day or two necessary to complete permanent reapportionment This will give the people am ple time to express to their leg islative candidates how they feel about reapportkmment Naden said I feel the legisla ture worked out a good tempor ary plan and that we will work out a permanent plan that will receive the endorsement of the people of Iowa John R Bryant said think we shfiuld get the proWemdone now He was supported by Rep Elmer Ver meef RPella who said should pass a permanent plan now rather than go home The permanent reapportion ment with all of its un settled problems was up for an other round in the Iowa House Wednesday That body set to work trying to remodel the proposed consti tutional amendment bill passed by the Senate Monday calling for a 47member Senate and a 100member House A substitute plan which was on the agenda for Wednesday would go along with a 47mem ber Senate as provided in the Senate bill But it also set up j u ll aiau aei up nOUSe TCp named no one to represent resentation with 112 members at first with t h e provision that metthis number could expanded J ked for to U5 after the federal census 1970 May end special session Friday DES MOINES UP A reso lution to end the current spe T j juuuu in enu me current spe Laborers are asking 15 cents cial legislative session at noon an hour jncrease at this time Friday was filed Wednesday by ay y e another 10 cents an hour Senate Majority Leader Robert expected to post the bond Wed tT 1 Under the old contract Rigler RNew Hampton aborers an iour Russell Foell is represent ing the laborers Reuben Schaef HOW DRY HE SALT LAKE CITY IS wvtuo JICUMCU ociiaei OALI JLAAK unY seveili ntunuis since near iris representingmanagement W Dry 41 SaltLake City was in a that the pills were on the committee for fined in City Court Tuesday Deine Bushed in rnn r the laborers if or drunken driving Gov Pea bodys arrested ST AUGUSTrNEFlar APi An attack on segregation iii this tourist city landed Mrs Malcolm Peabodyr mother of the Massachusetts jdyernor in jail for refusing to eaveamqtel diningroom Tall whitehaired and calm rsPeabody spent the night in he county jail on charges of respassing and violating a state aw on undesirable guests She was arrested after more than 100 Negroes were jailed in a mass demonstration aimed at a hotel V Mrs Peabody said she would eave jail Wednesday Her bond aSSet at She was arrested Tuesday while sitting with five St Augus ine Negro women and Mrs onald Campbell of Cambridge Mass wife of an Episcopal bishop and J Lawrence Burk Try to otist I art Rebels say hes a Red BULLETIN TARGET OF BRAZILIAN REVOLT Joao Goulart of Brazil butt oJ dresses sergeants association Opposing forces are proclaiming a revolutionary capital in Juiz de Fora 80 miles north of Rio RIO DE JANEIRO Carlos Lacerde bitter foe of Joao Goulart told the people of his state Wednesday that the revolution against Goulart had been won There were no immediate details RIO DE JANEIRO re volt aimed at ousting President Joao Goulart wasr growing Wed nesday Rebel leaders declaring Bra President asks food price probe Ir their drive ii ing with armies marching toi Rio de JVneiro Theysaid they are sendinga general to demand the leftleanihg presi dent quit his In a series ofbroadcasts the rebels claimed Brazils 27 states had rallied to their banner in driveto the Red yoke fronTBrazil Johnson what farmers receive for them i mat m some asked Congress Wedcases producerswere receiving nesday to set up a bipartisan 25to 30 per cent less fortheir commission to look into the commodities and housewives spreadbetween what paying 25 to 30 per cent samea a year ago see why thats happening he said He saidtheproblem pertains particularly to meat because meat prices have dropped for the farmer but not for the con sumer Mason City man faces drug charges Charles Frederick Wise 34 T 218 Tennessee NE was charged mae no direct mention Tuesday night with illegal BOSof thePnce spread He said the In Wednesdays letterto speak er John W McCormack D Mass and Senate President Pro Tern Carl H a y d e n DAriz Tuesdaynight with illegal pos session of prescription drugs Wise an unemployed trucker was arrested at State and Fed eral by state narcotics division agents William McGill and Jerry Kramer both of Des Moines McGill a former Cerro Gordo County deputy sheriff said Wise had 500 pep pills or bennies in his possession He said the drug worth about often is used by truckers tostay awake They have been suspected as a frequent cause of accidents he said Wise was taken before Justice Frederick P Shaffer He waived preliminary hearing and was bound over fo the grand jury He is being held in the county jail for failure to post bond He told officers that he study and ap praise the changes taking place in the American food industry The bipartisan commission would be composed of 15 mem bers Five each would be named by the House and Senate and five by the President Johnson said sufficient information is notnow available to permit an informed judgment concerning the effect of recent changes in the food industry On the inside nesday McGill said he and Kramer had been working on the case for several months since hear pushed in the Mason Cityarea He said they hung around truck stops and night spots to gather information Wise could be sentenced to pay a fine or serve a year in jail or both Before the arrest Shaffer had issued a search warrant to Mc Sill and Kramer which allowed ihem to go through Wises car it was there they found the pills holder a Harvard theology pro fesspr j InBoston Gov Endicott Pea bodytold a news conference his mother was arrested while at tempting to obtain equal rights for all American citizens He said he had spoken by telephone with Gov Parris Bry ant of Florida and had been assured Mrs Peabody was safe and well The governor said his brother the Rev George L Pea body of New York was flying to Florida The jailing of the governors mother came shortly after po licemen brought out1 dogs to chase Negro youths from the Bulletin dining room of the plush old Ponce de Leon Hotel in the downtown area This orought to nearly 200 the number of arrests since a desegregation campaign started Easter weekend OAUkas tWQ estimated Wed hesday million of federef funds wll be required ferrehabilitation of earthquake damage in their state Sens L Bartlett and Ernest Gruening Alaska Democrats thet estimate to news men after twohour cort fererke With President John sen REDS WONT PAY MOSCOW rfi The S o v i e t its unpaid assessments for UN peacekeeping operations in the Pravda said Wednesday He said then that in some His foes charge Goulart is leading the country of 71 mil lion inhabitants to communism by nationalization of privatein dustry and his Editorials Society news 547 North Iowa news 1213 Sports news 2122 26 32 Mason City news 3233 Comics Latest markets expropriation of l demand to legalize land the Communist Party sayi be is only working to improve conditions in Brazil T As Goulart sought to rally forces loyal to iim Gen Hum be rto CastelloBranco chief of the army general staff and two other high commanders de clared swung to the rebel Justice Abelardo Jurema announced that units of the stillloyal 3rd Army had been sent from Rio Grande do Sul to attack the rebellious 2nd Armys base in the industrial center of Sao Paulo 220 miles southwest of Goulart also ordered troops to move against Juiz de Fora in Minas Gerais State 8f miles north of Rio where the revolt erupted Tuesday and against Belo Horizonte the capital of Minas Gerais A rebel radio proclaimed Juiz de Fora the revolutionary capital broadcast said the van guard of the 2nd Army com manded by Gen Amaury Kruel and a force of 30000 led by Gen Olimpio Mourao commander of the 4th Military Region at Belo Horizonte were converging on Rio de Janeiro to try to depose Goulart A proclamation announcing their switch to the rebel cause was signed by the chief of staff Clear Lake news 3536 and Gens Arthur da Costa y Transit timetable 38 Silva and Decio Palmeiro Esco Classified pages 3839 bar Gen MqcArthiir is growing worse WASHINGTON AP Gen Douglas MacArthurs condition has in genera deteriorated in the past 24 hours Walter Reed Army Hospital announced Wed nesday But it said the general passed a peaceful night A medical bulletin at am added that there has been in the blood a slight drop pressure and a in the pulse moderate rate of rise the general and that his kidney function a complicating fac tor in his present condition has diminished progressively over the past 24 hours The bulletin said pressure in the tube inserted in the gener als esophagus and stomach will be released this morn ning This tube is used to control through the tube by means of inflated balloons to the walls of the esophagus and of stomach would appear to indi cate the bleeding has stopped at least temporarily As late as Tuesday night the doctors were paying tribute to the strength and fiber of the 84yearold patient and report ing he was holding his own They said his heart beat and other vital signs were steady though his condition was itill critical ii i ia uaeu LU comroi union will not compromise on intermittent bleeding from the it esophagus The bulletin did nor say spe j i uuuvuii uiu nut say spe congo and Middle East or even clficaHy that the bleeding has discuss its refusal lo pay them been stopped entirely but the fact pressure applied 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