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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Greater Las Vegas, New Mexico                                Third Company The Weather By J ROBERT SHUBERT United Preu Interactional PITTSBURGH High level steel bargainers renew ef a loss of for the quar ver announced that the Senate ter However in thefirst nine AntiTrust and Monopoly Commit mpnths of 1959 the firmearned tee would hold hearings if the or per share producers raised prices aft forts today to end the costly 10S Bethtehem President AB Homer er the strike ends DAILY PTIC Thunder Maximum I H Friday Minimum M Friday Moon 21 Forecast tnew mad much colder todajr ud tonight day steel strike but there was little optimism even though a third steel company signed the union Tuesday night Chief industry negotiator R Donald each will head fourman bargaining teams which meet to day in the Hotel Late Thursday Granite City said it wouldv require four to six lack of structural steel weeks for his firm to reach peak steel was slowing down construc production of finished steel prodtion projects and the supply of ucts after the strike consumers goods was expected to White Pine Copper Mines be affected if the strike continues Conrad Cooper and United Steel of Pines Mich the last much longer Most car dealers workers President David J Memajor copper firm in operation Badnew models for October but was shut down with a strike of some doubted that there would be 1000 members of the United any November shipments In Los Steelworkers Angeles construction of several before the negotiators large buildings was halted when Steel Co the 17th largest domes Kefau steel shortages developed tic producer became the third company to reach an agreement with the USW The Granite City agreement was similar to that reached by Kaiser Steel Co and the union last Monday according to an announcement by McDonald and Nicholas P Veeder president and chairman of the board of Granite An agreement between Detroit Steel Co and the union was reached earlier this week Fllows Ikes Request McDonald alter announcing the agreement reached with Granite We feel it is in line with the request of President Eisen hower several days ago to pro ceed expeditiouslylo complete la bor McDonald would not say if the settlement would haveany partic ular significance in bringing the nationwide strike to an end He added that he had Deceived no word from the field1 whether more individual contracts were in the offing Veeder said he was not prepared to say now if the new contract would bring a rise in the price of steel j Mediator Sounds Warning Federal Mediator Joseph Finni gan warned both sides he would reenter talks Monday unless an agreement was reached The United States Supreme Court was preparing a decision on whether strikers will return to the mills for an 80day coolingoff pe riod under a TaftHartley injunc tion Union Counsel Arthur J Gold berg will formally present his pe tition today or Saturday The un ion is appealing the backtowork injunction issued in Pittsburgh last week and stayed by the Circuit Court of Appeals in Phila Demand W OTK Rules delphia New layoffs were reported in the automobile industry hardest hit by the strike of halfamlllion workers Nearly half of theGeneral Mo tors hourly workers were off work as the industrywide layoff figure rose to 165000 Chrysler was also feeling the pinch as it announced layoffs would total 4900 at the conclusion of todays first shift Closes Last Cadillac Plant GM closed the last of its Cadil lac plants Thiusday Might at the end o 80th Year No 204 Greater las Vegas New Mexico Friday October 30 1959 Price 7 Cents Per Copy Snow Scars To Be Seen or Years Trees Fell Phone Las Vegas was digging out and cleaningupafter five inches of snow broke numerous tree limbs through the city and county which in turn disrupted Telephone andelectric service in many areas City Clerk Charles Keyes esti mated the storm damage cost would run into thousands of dol lars as the snow continued falling during the day was cited for failure to yield right of way Mr and Mrs Max Gomez and Mr and Mrs Antonio Luccro ot HEAVY SNOWS caused a large branchfrom a tree to fall on the yard at the Gonrada Lopez residence at 913 Railroad The large of the many of fall around the Las Vegas completely covered the view of the above house Staff photo by Trujillo THIS CAR parked on National Ave was buried under snow and a tree broken by the heavy snow The wet snow falling on trees with their leaves still oir caused countless limbsto break off in the area Staff photo by Trujillo Slush and snow covered streets Las Vegas lost their car whiie caused a rash cf small accidents Peking pinons on Rowe Mesa last in East and West Las Vegas Two night They had nothing with which accidentswere reported near East tobuild a fire so walkedall night Las Vegas Post Office State police picked them up this An accident in front of 1011 LinT morning and brought them to coin Ave injured the one car Ernestine Esquibel and her passenger Rita Martinez last night Miss Esquibels car hit a parked car belonging to Elmo MurLas Vegas were down and that the ray 1011 Lincoln Ave Although lines to Mora and up Gallinas the speed limit was 25 miles per Canyon were down Although the hour the rate Miss Esquibel was Mora line was repaired early this traveling police considered a safe afternoon service remained dis spced for the conditions to be connected because of a power fail 15 miles per hour A twocar accident in the midst of the low visibility and slick town Theywere not hospitalized The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company reported that numerous telephone lines in R R Talks Parallel wining Ike In Hospital For Checkup May ure in Mora Tree limbs falling on the lines caused the damage company of By WILLIAM J EATON Press International WASHINGTON UPI Rail road labornegotiations now sim mering in Chicago invite com parison with bargaining in the dent Eisenhower underwent ex tensive mcdical examination to day as part of an annual physi cal checkup He entered Walter Reed Army liis hospital suite longer thaiX us sion to study the work rules in an lial fora routine exfnination effort to eliminate alleged feath the second shift idling an steel industry and the similarities erbeddirig but reject C Hag other 7200 And at arr hvimis saiu njibvHiuwLi Fisher Body plants Mich and Livonia workers were laid off today at the conclusion of the last trick and the CMC truck and Coach Divi sion idled another 1000 workers today At the Chevrolet transmission plant in Toledo Ohio 360 work ers were sent home because of the steel shortage bringing the total GM layoffs to 163400 just under half of the firms work force might ed this approach By contrast the t fc it ca and st demanding Stcelworkers are obvious at Lansing The railroads arc Mich 5200 wholesale changes in work ilar study was rejected by the sad tncre was a rules against bitter opposition steel companies who favored ar Eisenhower might leave Reed sometime Saturday The President still has from union spokesmen The same issue is regarded by many labor relations experts as thc key road proposal for a sim hospital untu Sunday Buf he Walter bitration Railway Labor Act pro vides for creation of White House block to settlement of the 108day emergency beards which have the power to make recommendations for settlement of major disputes Under TaftHartlcy President Ei senhowers factfinding board was steel strike At the outset of contract talks thc steel producers called for a oneyear wage freeze to aid the fight against inflation Thc rail roads are proposing a 15ccnt venting an agreement hourly pay cut they say is needed There were these other develop to bring wages of their employes incnts Association of American Railroads reported carloading losses of 2335000 since the strike in line with those in other indus tries Some federal officials however began July 15 Carloadings for the believe the contrasts between the two disputes may be more signifi cant in helping to avert a threat thc Stcelworkers week ended Oct 24 were 607347 a decline of 10 per cent from a similar period last year Associa cncd nationwide rail strike somc tion officials said but for the steel time next year Here arc some of thc diflcr strike there would have been an additional 165000 carloadings in the week Bethlehem Reports Loss Steel Corp No 2 producer in thc nation reported are cnces they cite bargaining on thc railroads is regulated by thc Rail way Labor Act a far more flexi ble law in curbing strikes than some evidence of a cold which has an noyed him since early September Before Eisenhower entered the hospital he asked Hagcrty to make it clear to reporters that there was nothing wrong with confined to stating the issues prc Mm that thig wasehis usual nmc of year for a headtotoc exam ination a procedure thc Chief Ex ecutive favors for all ranking fed eral officials There will be a brief statement about the checkup issued by thc White House after the President leaves Walter Reed Saturday or Sunclay The White House has abandoned thc lengthy and highly detailed medical reports once is sued on the President and now confines these documents to a few sentences couched in general terms do not expire in the railroad industry but continue in effect until changed by a new agreement This bars any union consideration of striking on grounds of nocontract no work a situation which faced Wreckage Found Might Be That Of streets occurred this morning when ficiais reported The entire crew Pat A Romero 17 of Box 152 was out repairing the lines and expected to have service restored in all areas by late afternoon Tree limbs were the villains ia i the Public Service Companys line A trouble also No primary lines Ortega had just sloped at the were reported a secont dary line on Seventh St was down this morning putting severalfaVn Commerce St and Gene Ortega 36 Box 215 Montezuma Rt were unable to bringtheir cars to a halt as the cars collided on New Mex ico Ave New cross Lions i 11 Light Bulb Start Sian SdlUraay date stop sign on National at Mexico and proceeded to hit by RomeroU car expected to be restoredby Elmer Kacmper oL the Public 7 Service Company said that a tree Llgnl trimming program carried on will be held by mem theyear bad held dam that group starting Satur a minimum day and continuing for one week Thc sale will start tomorrow on early snow which caught the the streets of Las Vegas On Montrcei their leaves on caused day and continuing aU more thansnow in Las will move to the residenital disXegaf had formany trict for their sale t street crews were out thls morn All proceeds from the sale of ing clearing away the broken tree the light bulbs will aid the Fcw trces in town escaped in their sight conservation prodamage gram The club provides eye exState Highway snow fighting animations and glasses for many equipment was called out at children in this community who this morning and has been on the are in need of the services and job ever since All highways into have been recommended by their town were open but slushy Ice teachers and school nurses and was not foiming on the highways whose families are unable to proas the plow cleared the snow and chains were not needed Thc East Vegas school bus from Mineral Hill and San Gerohimo was not able to getinto town this morning although all busses from West Las Vegas schools ar rived as scheduled Commercial was not hampcied by the snow as vide them Wayne Cherry one of the Lion members in charge of thc bulb sales said that the club was of fering a SI33 value for SlOO Peace Mission Dec Summit Meet Planned For West Robber Conceals Name VjUIIIIllaJlUCl SANTA FE Police to HAVANA Cuba UPIl The an 18rvearoldI Santa Fc wreckage of a plane which might be that of missing Maj Camilo Cicnfviegos commander of Cubas revolutionary army was reported down on the north coast cf Ca maguey province today youth for questioning about a li quor store holdup here Thursday night but declined to reveal his name MARTIN SUISDT 721 Seventh St was out sweeping the snow from the top of liis car early this morning after the first snow fall of the year in Las Vegas Staff photo by Trujillo Reml LFC By JOSEPH W GRIGG United Press International LONDON UPI President Eisenhowers second peace mis sion to Europe within four months thc North Atlantic Treaty to patch up differences among the Western Allies appeared a certainty today An amateur radio operator at Placetas in Las Villas province said he had received word that Khrushchev in September Two distress signals were received in ycars ago he made another imdicating the wreckage was at portant trip for the Western HiPaya Mamon on thc north coast arcc patching up a split among of Camagucy Army planes took off immedi ately to search the region zation members Now disagreements have bro ken out again including Cienfuegos left central Cuba around 6 pm with three Other Wilson Against Low Highway Pay Landslide Covers Mexican Village 800 Feared Killed Marion Clirie AVA Assn President Marion Clinc of the Highlands and tlalns came m on University department of cduca schedule tion was elected vicepresident of Five inches of snow poycrcd the thc New Mexico AudioVisual Aids airport runways butthey were Association during the annual open at noontoday meeting of the organization last More snow was forecast for to wcck in Albuquerque night and tomorrow with falling Cline appeared on thc program temperatures Reports from sur to speak on his research program rounding areas indicated thai there in connection with the use of au were eight inches of snow in Ga diovisual aids in the teaching of llinas Canyon and as much as 14 language arts to bilinsual students inches in Mora On Arizona Desert Flash Flood Sweeps Babies From Mother and southward into date of the EastWest H10I10 v Hi government sources summjt meeting The Americans heard from again The govern New Mexico has spoken out in both London and Pans said and British wanted it in Deccm ment ordered an intensive search against low pay for department Thursday bcr Dc Gaulic vetoed having thc for the craft a six seatcr twin road inspectors He appeared to talks before spring cngincd plane Disagree Over Issues CicnfMccos was one of issues for discussion iricnt Charles de paulle has in vited Eisenhower British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and West German Chancellor Konrad Britain and Adenauer to confer in Paris Dec Germany and disarmament as 19 They were expected to ac thc chicf topScs and in thal ordcr But Adenauer wants thc France wanl Berlin SANTA FE Wilson cd Wilson was relieved of his persons and the plane was never departed exhighway engineer for S17500aycar chicf engineers post last summer Many of our project engineers were drawing loss money than sav that was a basic problem Wilsons statement made before he left for a highway job in Alaska earlier this month was read be fore thc legislative finance coni the he roes of thc Castro revolution against President Fulgcncio Batis ta and directed his troops while some of thc caterpillar operator and the project engineer was responsible for supervising the whole Wilson snid Thc contractors superintendent ccpt The meeting scheduled to last about throe days was designed Adenauer wants thc talks limited to disarmament nature of the meeting to produce a common Western The British sec it as the first of front for the forthcoming summit a chain of summits DC Gaulle talks with Soviet Premier Nikita wants to solve all problems in Khrushchev As it stands now one historic meeting a 20th Ccn therc arc some major cracks in tury Congress of Vienna that fiont Pitched NATO Split Thc December talks will come almost exactly four months aster thc Presidents latesummer trip to Europe which he used to iron out WesTcTn differences before his personal summit meeting with wearing an Americanstyle cow boy hat Thc three possible trial Miami Fin ton Nassau mittcc He said thc state docs not would be drawing two or Americans facing arc Austin Young Peter John Lamb hnve enough well qualified engi neers to adequately design high ways and inspectors were so un timcs PS much money as the engineer was he added Wilson admitted that contractors derpaid too much couldnt be ex sometimes tried to the pcctcd of them Migmi international atmosphere Macmillan believes it has shown considerable improvement in the past year De Gaulle thinks there should be a good deal more improvement in thc Middle and Far East as well as in Europe before a summit is justified Bahamas and Rafael del Pino also of thc lack of rigicj inspections led to some of thc difficulties that the departments inspectors Wilson Young and Lambton were cap department had a year ago turcd in an armed clash in Pinar del Rio Province last month Del Pino wns captured near Havana after police shot down a small plane they saiti he used to smug slnyer David Cooper Nelson today country Cu flic folnicr chief engineer said said Some contractor comes a n d looks down his throat and veils and cusses and tells him ho wiii Wilson had been under fire for get fired if he doesnt eise up on a failing SI million road through them and I imagine some of them and charges of other eisc up on them failures This prompted thc IU59 legislature to call for a highway investigation but this has since en countered difficulty getting stait The statements were taken by Sen Gordon Melody DSan Mi committee chairman Oct 13 in Santa Fc MEXICO CITY UPI An avalanche raused by heavy rains obliterated the village of Minatit lan Tuesday with a sudden blow that may have snuffed oiit 800 lives reports from ttv storm devastated west coast disclosed today Svrims of scorpions and la ran luiis attacked the injured survi vors when file rainloosened side o tnc Conales Mountains tiun cUred onto the village and tore loose the nests of thc poisonous inccs arachnids i Frantic ap peals for antivenom serum were radioed to Mexico City The disaster nt MinititKin was only one of a series that hit Mexicos Pacific Coast Tuesday when a storm described as a cyclone wiped out a dozen vil lages The Minalitlan deaths if con firmeri would raise the toll to more than 1000 and there were fears the itnal figure might be double that sippi River Florida V Arizona officials said Maude Eldridgc 2 drowned when a flash flood tore the child from her United Ircss International A vicious wind and rain storm raged through the Southwest Thursday night trigering flash floods in the deserts and causing widespread damage in Arizona mothers grasp after a torrent of and California Thc floods swept two babies from their mothers arms to their deaths Several other persons rushed through a r dry and swamped the family were injured The storms were the worst in a water wash car j Sharon Lee Mears 4 was be Hcvcd drowned or buried in sand after flash floods swept thc fam ily car 600 feet off thc old Apache broad weather pattern that Trail near Phoenix and buried it dumped rain from Minnesota and jn water and silt Her parents tho Dakotas to Texas and over most of the Southwest and South east crawled from the car with minor injuries I Another Arizona couple was re Snow fell throughout Montana ported injured possibly critically I North Dakota Nevada and Utah by an eightfoot wall of water with fourinch depths reported at which struck their auto 30 mites Lander Wyo and Bassett Neb northeast of Phoenix Heavy snow warnings were up to Heavy rains and hailstones thcl day for western Nebraska Kan size of mothballs pelted Arizona sas Oklahoma and eastern Color wrecking much of the states ado and Now Mexico tucc crop In the Southeast Savannah Ga recorded 357 inches of rain in 21 hours and Augusta Ga reported 62 inch in six hours The shower area retched from the Caro linas and Georgia to the Missis The weatherman said deer hunters were stranded by heavy s n o w s expected to hit mountainous areas at about tho same time as the amona deer season opened this   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