Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 15
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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.t: /.: Fund Shipload of Refugees Landed Safely From Quake-Churned Island -. ANGRA DO HEROISMO.I Azores (UPI-The last ship- removed expressed the "de- He said many cf the evacues ( ble by previous tremors that'and telephone load of 1300. refugees ar rived safely,Wednesday from the earthquake-shattered Atlantic bland of Sao Jorge and authorities said the rescue operation had been completed. · (At Lajes Air Base on Ter commmica Brotherhood Week Honors Due Three The Long Beach chapter of der. publisher of The Inde-;botel win precede the dinner'Brotherhood Week black.-tie the National Conference of pendent. P r e s s - Telegram;' Lome Greene, star of the,function. Bette Arntien of Christian* and Jews win Maurice H»rri» publisher 0 f, Bon * :u * tel « Til5onieri ». wiu , the Lon * B ** ch ^"^ u * ht honor three Long Beach mea',^ Ent^prfje p^ss, and Dr.j en * ert » ia *" » talk at the Opera win ting. . J · ay in Lafay-^ Mclntodli president off tneir contrHL^ g^j, Sute coflege. I A" 7 pja. reception at the ette Hotel for jbuiion* to the sire never to return to their Jorge's 2,000 homes. devastated home island.) flattened ' nearly 'all' of Sao tiorj had been rt-establishci j A similar series of tremors But ' officials here said in 1953 resulted ia the A mighty quake -- the there had been no mo^emergence of a temporary worst la four days of healing tremors. The morning quake .volcanic island. contri-j cause They are Herman H. Rid$7,000 Holdup HOUSTON. Tex. W» shocks -- hit " Sao Jorge|registered 8 degrees'on thej Geophj-sicists in L i s b o n Houston's largest bink--the Wednesday minimum of damage to a maximum scale that runs'said that Sao Jorge could be!First City Natio m of 12.,. Uiit m half by another vol-Jrobbed of $7,000 - DOES GETTING M p NIGHTS KE YOU FEEL OLD Xl6n*v *f V n KD *» , celra Island, a VS. Air Force! becaase ttere *** * tttje Dr.Teotonio Machado Pires,Jcanic eruption that might by a man u-ho disappeared spokesman who flew to Sao lleft to destroy. The once- central Azores district gov-.break the island's backbone.jquJck.Jy on a street jammed Joree and back ' Wtdnesday! tJl "' riD Z 'Azores island had ernor, said the series of trem-|In 1957, «a eruption on the by t ----J - ---- ": -- said there had not been a been reduced to a pile of rub-'ors appeared to have ended island killed 1,034 persons. Istock-i single casualty in the four days of violent earth tremors. thousands witching show parade. rerkOx Mueni^itral a ftnn«. |cTITOV-*"^ rl *- ? '^-'" 1 **' °" UnionCan Fine Fast Workmen SAN FRANCISCO Wi -- A Labor union can fine its men bers for working too fast, but cannot expel them for ex c ceding union work quotas. the National Labor Relations board has ruled. A 3-1 derision by the board affirmed Wednesday the find ing of trial examiner Martin Bennett in a dispute between the Associated Horn* Builders of the Greater East Bay »nd the Bay Counties District Council of the AFL-CIO Car penters Union. The charges by the builders developed these key issues; Whether the union couk set work quotas for its mem bers without a specific provi sion in its collective bargain Ing agreement · · · · WHETHER the union could fine » member exceeding work quotas, apply the fine to his dues account, and then bar him from work for delin quency in dues. . The board affirmed Ben nett's finding that the union could set work quotas bu could cot assign the fines ti dues accounts. The unions were ordered t cease transferring dues pay ments to the satisfaction o union imposed fines. The NLRB said Local 4 of the Carpenters Union ! trade rules and by-Uws adopt rd in 1961 provided tha workers install a minimum o five squares and a maximum of six squares of wood shin Rles or shakes in an eight hour day. · · · * THE LIMIT on compositior shingles was a minimum o 10 squares and a maximum o 13 squares a day. In roofing, a square is 100 square feet. The builders protested that the union rules effectively established a piece rate contrary to their collective bar- paining agreements. T h e y contended also that produc tion averages of shinglers had been substantially higher than the union rule limits. C. R. Bartalini, the Carpenters District Council secretary, declared a substantial number of union members were complaining that they could not keep up with the faster men and that employ trs were droppin; the slower men from their payrolls. Yank Pilot, Plane Freed by Cubans ' HAVANA WV--The Cutan government Wednesday released an American pilot whose plane was hijacked by two Cubans and forced to land in Havana. | Swiss Ambassador Emil StadUioffer, who handles U5.| affairs in the Cuban capital.! said Richard Wright. 23, of| Miami, was spending the night at the Swiss Embassy *nd would Hy his plane home this morning. | Two C u b a n s charterfd ( Wright's twin-engine Pip«| Apache Tuesday morning in i Miami for a flight to Key West tnd Naples, Fla. The, passengers pulled a gun on Wright and one of them, a pilot, flew the plane to Cuba Eaton Leaves Soviet MOSCOW ( A P ) -- Cleveland mdastriaEst Cyras Eaton left Moscow Wednesday en rout* home after a four- day visit w i t h top Soviet' leaders. Eaton, known here] is *» fighter for peace andj i genuine friend of the So-j viet Union." visited Premier] Khrushchev Monday. 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