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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 270,000 Workers Idled By Strikes -By United Press International "Major strikes of utilities, transport, mine, construction, newspaper and auto workers idled nearly 270,000 American jobholders today. .Threats of walkouts in the aircraft, construction, maritime and air transport industries threatened at least 200,000 others with enforced idleness. ',% work quotas dispute involving 25 United Auto Workers in Cfeyeland, Ohio, shut down Ford Mtotor Co. plants employing 75,000 workers and threatened today to spread to Canada... • ••"A seven-week-old strike-lockout in' northern California's construction industry left 140,000 workers without paychecks. ' . ."Some 20,000 installers and repairmen walked off their jobs Wednesday at the New York Telephone Co. in protest of two-day suspension of nine.union officials because of a previous work stoppage. ,;Some 70,000 members of the International Association of Machinists—including workers .at the Cape Canaveral, Fla., and 'Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., rocket launching installations — have voted strike authorization against three aircraft makers.. •Federal officials in Washington were attempting to avert a strike of flight engineers against Trans World Airlines. Federal mediators at St. Louis, Mo., labored' to h£ad off a strike of air line pilots against Ozark Air Lines, due 'Friday. President Kennedy prevent; ed for at least 60 days a walkout by members of the'.Transport Workers Union against American Airlines. However, despite .the President's action, union mem 1 members picketed the line for an h<jur Wednesday. Status of major strikes .under w£y in the nation included: •Auto Workers: The two-week- olH dispute over Ford Motor Co. Trapped Gat Finally Rescued 'A young girl and .her kitten were re-united Wednesday after the cat spent a'dirty, wet day trapped in a sewer. The city utility office received a;call telling them that a 1 kitten was trapped in a storm sewer in front of 17 East Miami Ave. She belonged to Bonnie Rissinger, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rjssinger. . ."Tinker Bell" ' disappeared sometime Tuesday and was heard Meowing from the sewer Wednesday afternoon by a passerby. ,25EWAGE PLANT Superintend ent Jim Crichton sent the city's vacuum sewer cleaner to the serene and had the water pumped from the catch basin. ZThe kitten was nowhere in sight. Sawage employes inserted a cable into a catch basin across the street to try to push the kitten ojit of the pipe. This didn't work eiiher. • Finally the vacuum pump was inserted in the basin across the street and pumped put the stand' irfg water there. "SKE LOUD NOISE of the equipment apparently frightened "Tinker Bell" back to the first basin. Utility draftsman Marvin Lamberl reached down and grabbed her. ;The kitten was hungry and dirty, but otherwise seemed to be all right. • Marshall's Death Still Mystery Tex. .UPD-Texa Ranger Capt. Clint Peoples, dis closed today that if agriculturi official Henry Marshall shot him self five times with ,a. bolt-actio .22-caliber .rifle -he would havi had: to have done it' in either standing or sitting position. . ,?'We were-.unable .'to find any of the bullets," Peoples said. "W sifted sand over a B'OO foot squar area and were •.• unable 'to find an spent bullets..or-iny : rnore shells We even 'used ; a", .-mine, de'tecto over a 50 to 75.'yard area.", ^Peoples , andvtvro 'oilier';* Texa •Rangers spent all-day :Wednesda at the scene 'of. Marshall's death Marshall was supposed to hav been the first agriculture officia fa£ investigate Billie Sol Estes cotton allotments.' ' The death of Marshall is off cifllly listed as a suicide. A gran jury which reopened the case an spent five weeks investigating re ceased Monday night with the an nouncement that it could not de termine whether it was murder o suicide.. Marshall was found shot t death on his ranch near Franklin Ju>ie 3, 1961. . Read the Want Ads! ork standards remained dead- icked over the company's pro- uction quota of 300 quarter pans daily for Cornet cars, Work- rs have been producing only 213 anels daily for Comet cars, 'orkers have been producing nly 213 panels daily. The.union targed the company with failing o honor an agreement on panels, ackage tray operations and door linge reinforcements.. Telephone: The New York 'alkout by- members of the Communications Workers of America ontinued today, but the company aid there has been no interrup- on in telephone service. Howver, company officials said the :rike has curtailed installation of quipment and repairs. Teamsters: Two Teamster ' lo- als in New Jersey voted Wednes- ay to accept a new contract, nding a .five-weeks-old strike of 000 drivers for United Parcel ervice, a department store de- very .firm, but two New York ocals rejected the terms. Be- aus.e of the voting majority in 'ew.iYork, the strike remained in fleet.Construction: Some $3.5 billion worth of northern California Uilding-.\projects remained; at a landsfil. as a-result of the strike nd lockout,"!- the 46-county area, 'hieh began May 1. The tie-up nvolved the laborers, carpenters, ement masons and. teamsters nions. When the laborers began icketing a few major projects, mployers retailiated with a gen- ral .shutdown. The laborers, who arned $3i22!/<j cents an hour, have .emanded 70 cents an hour more ver a three-year period, Employers offered 60 cents. Negotia- ions 'Continued. Ironworkers: Some 2,500 men were involved in the strike of iron workers in Oregon, Washington nd northern Idaho, tying up work n $50 million worth of bridges, arns and other projects. Con- ractors planned a general shut- own involving another" 25, : 000 workers Friday if the dispute remained unsettled. Miners: The Morton Salt Co. mine at Grand. Saline, Tex., was hut down by a strike of 220 hemical workers. Some 2,500 miners were on strike at Carls- 3ad, N.M., potash mines. Both trikes began earlier this month. Newspapers: The 77-day - old walkout by five unions which has sept the Minneapolis (Minn.) Star and Tribune from' publishing since .pril 12, leaving the city without lewspapers, contiuned withoul major progress toward settlement iome 1,600 full time and- 800 part ime workers were involved. Bargaining was to resume today in he walkout' of the American Newspaper Guild at the Milwau- cee (Wis.) Sentinel, which shut [own the newspaper May 27 foi he first time in .125 years. Others: Some 650 oil, chemical md atomic workers have been on strike since May 1 at the Kobuta, 'a., Koppers Co. plant in a works rules dispute. The Teamsters un- on Wednesday began a strike al he Pioneer Foundry Corp., Mil- Wis. Open New Toy Store At Eostgate Bickels,' of 508 35. Broadway, opened its new Tovmasler store Thursday at the Estate Plaza. The new store will carry much of the same merchandise;sold at :he downtown store—toys, hobbies, games, sports equipment and games. The store is 'owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bickel and will be managed by Mrs. R. ~~: Morgan. The grand, opening starts Thursday and runs through Saturday. BEATING THE HEAT-K's hot in Peru, to». Eight-month-old Robert Williams II is all set to beat the heat in his home-made swimming pool. The youngster and His parents .are visiting Peru from Tiilsa, Okla., and have found it difficult to ' get accustomed to the Hoosier humidity. (UPI) Redistrict Hot Issue In Wisconsin MADISON, Wis. (UPI)-Republican legislators disregarded deadline : threats and the protests of out-manned Democrats today in their grind toward the goal of a reapporliohment. solution by- the end of the next week. The GOP majority.' hoped to clear public hearings Monday on all proposals to realign. Assembly, Senate and congressional districts and then slice through legislative red tape to enact their plan by Friday. . Republicans introduced a package reapportionment plan to the Senate Wednesday and declared it so fair and equitable that Democratic Gov. Gaylord Nelson could not justify a veto. "It is the best reapportionment job that could be done under the circumstances," Assemblyman Robert Haase, R-Marinette, said. Haase, the GOP floor-leader, admitted that "under any .plan you will .have imperfections," but added, "I certainly do not think Nelson would be justifie"d"in veto; ing this bill." Haase predicted that final ac> tion could, be taken on the bill •Friday if rules were suspended so debate could begin in the Senate Tuesday. He said too many proposed amendments might de lay action. Two amendments already have been received from Republicans. Nationalists Win At Boys State BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPD- Nfationalist nominee Michael Valentine, .Warsaw, reigned as governor of Hoosier Boys' State today after his party scored a smashing victory for the top state offices in mock elections Wednesday. Valentine defeated Federalist John Flech, Columbia City. T Nationalist party won five other state offices to three for the Fed' eralists in the highlight of the week designed to give senior high school boys experience in government. The Nationalists also grabbed the second spot with Joe Blake, Easl; Chicago, being elected lieutenant governor. Other Nationalist nominees elected were iitate Treasurer Burt Davis, Anderson; School Supt. Steve Hopper, 'Indianapolis; Atty.;. Gen. William Styring, Indianapolis, and Court Clerk Phil Trueblood, Indianapolis. Federalist winners were Secretary of State Walter, Anderson, Gary; Auditor Harold Vogelberg Indianapolis, and Court Reporter Paul Jarrett, Anderson. The Federalists came out on top in the Supreme and Appellate Court races, however, winning three of the Supreme Court seat? and all of the Appellate Court seats. 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ENTER THE SWEEPSTAKES OFTEN, YOU MAY BE A WEEKLY WINNER Open only to residents of Indiana residing in areas served chanapol uahvifle, Newcastle, Plymouth, Huahville, Shelbyvillc and South Bend. •MNMWM The Supreme Court judges are rationalists Jeff LockwooS, .Alex- ndria, and Thomas Huber, Fort IVayne; and Federalists • Tom fee, Spiceland; Phil Harlung, JOCKEY WINS FIVE TORONTO'(UPI)'-i-Jockey Haron Dalton..rode five winners at Woodbine- Wednesday,, including Brother; Royal .-in'the first race and. Montana' 'Flight, who combined', for":£$243.60.daily double. The .Lubbock, Tex.,'jockey also ired ,pn Stand Firm in the third, Cesca' in -the': seventh and Emba : in the eighth. Plymouth, Lafayette. and Doug Spalding, The Appellate Court judges are Mike : : Hudsonj> CrawfordsvUIe; Jerry Van Gombos, Aurora; John Chalik, taPorte; Steve Dolbow, Lafayette; Thad Overmeyer, Culver; Dough Bash, Gary, and .Wayne Potts, East Chicago. Thursday Evening, Jun« 1L !«*• Urging To Iks On West Guinea issue WASHINGTON (UPI) — Diplomatic officials said today the United Stales had proposed that Indonesia and The Netherlands resume negotiations here next Tuesday on the future of West New Guinea. They said the way appeared to have been cleared for talks on the long-standing and bitter dis- pule by United Nations Acting Secretary General U Thant's message to Indonesian President Sukarno that the Dutch accepted without qualification the Banker plan for settlement. This plan, formulated by retired U.S. diplomat" Ellsworth Bunker, provides for transfer of sovereignty over the territory from The Netherlands to Indone- Private Mass MEXICO CITY (UPI) — The Mass President and Mrs. Kennedy plan to attend here July 1 will be closed to the public, Roman Catholic church authorities announced today. A spokesman for the Mexico City archdiocese said the services will be "private in character." He did not say who will be allowed to attend. The Kennedys plan to go to Mass just before leaving for home after their weekend visit here late this month. sia over a two-year period. Dutch officials there would be replaced by U.N. administrators who, in turn, would be succeeded by Indonesians. The Dutch announced last Sunday they accepted Ihe plan "in principle." But Sukarno' asked Thant Wednesday for specific new assurances that The Netherlands agreed to a provision calling for a self-determination plebiscite of the native Papauaris only after In. donesia gained control. Thant replied Wednesday night that the Netherlands accepted the entire plan "without qualification." Bunker, who presided as mediator at meetings here last March between Dutch and Indonesians, again will serve in that capacity. The secret talks again will b« held at a country estate a few miles from Washington. West New Guinea has been in dispute between tile two countries since 1919, when the Indonesians won their independence. 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