.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. Â· (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 HÂ»rriÂ» publisher 0 f, Bon * :u * tel Â« Til5onieri Â». wiu , the Lon * B ** ch ^"^ u * ht honor three Long Beach mea',^ Ent^prfje p^ss, and Dr.j en * ert Â» ia *" Â» talk at the Opera win ting. . J Â· 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. WÂ» 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 *Â» , 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, Â«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 ftnnÂ«. |cTITOV-*"^ rl *- ? '^-'" 1 **' Â°" 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 Â»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 Â· Â· Â· Â· WHETHER the union could fine Â» 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. Â· Â· Â· * 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 PipÂ«| 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 *Â» fighter for peace andj i genuine friend of the So-j viet Union." visited Premier] Khrushchev Monday. 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