The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 5
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Wednesday, MarcK 2, 1966 TTLLA JACOBSSOX Stars In Bmnson Movie Telemark Heroes' Starts Wednesday At The Branson Kirk Douglas and a Swedish beauty, UUa Jacobsson. star in "The Heroes of Telemark" Wednesday through Saturday at the Bmnson Theater. j Richard Harris and Michael i Redgrave, the famed British act- j or, co-star in the suspense dra-j ma about the Norwegian Resist- j ar.ce fighters who prevent thet Nazis from effecting an atom! bomb. | Based on a historical incident,! the story concerns what the late | single most important act of sabotage in World War n.'' The Norwegian Resistance fighters succeeded where a Brit- j ish commando mission and later i a flight of 150 American Plying ,• Fortresses with tons of bombs i failed completely. I A team of Norwegian skiers I attacked a heavily-fortified Nazi- j held installation making materi- j al vital to the German effort j to produce an atom bomb. ] "The Heroes of Telemark"; was filmed in Norway where! temperatures frequently were j well below zero. i Michael Douglas, 20-year-old I son of Kirk Douglas, was an assistant director. Chile Hit By Labor Problems SANTIAGO, Chile <AP) A wave of labor trouble, much of it Communist inspired, threatens to upset Chile's wobbly economy. Strikes and slowdowns ha%-e hit basic industries and public services. There is fairly genera] agree-j ment that the situation will getj worse before it gets better j despite a pledge by the government to use every legal weapon against the threat. The country is faced with the prospect that a two-month strike against the Kennecot;. Corp. will become a nationwide j copper strike and that a s!ow-j down in the ports will turn into; a strike this week. | Strikes soon on the .covem- ment railway system and in the national health service also have been threatened if contract demands are not met. Electric power, steel, telr- phone and nitrate workers arc to begin negotiating ne--v contracts soon. Union leaders say they wil be much tougher this year. The copper picture is the bleakest. Copper is Chile's basic industry, employing the largest work force and accounting for the majority of exports and foreign exchange. Copper workers have been on strike at Kennecott's El Teniente mine and Caletones smelter in the Andes south of Santiago since -Ian. 3. seeking higher wages and fringe benefits plus a sizable bonus. Leaders of the 17.000-rr.ember Copper Workers Federation say workers at the Anconda mines and smelters in northern Chile will strike in sympathy with the Kennecott workers if the strike Is not settled within a day or two. There seems little chance of that. The government said Sunday night it would take no further part in the Kennecott talks until union leaders explain a statement they issued Saturda> attacking the government's role in earlier negotiations. The government mediators have come up with formulas aimed at breaking the deadlock. but the unions have rejected all of them. President Edward Frei and his Cabinet held a special session Friday and issued still another statement saying among other things that no further ex pansion of the settlement offer would be acceptable to the government. The copper workers and thr majority of the other major unions are controlled by Communists or Marxist Socialists, and much of the blame for current labor unrest has been laid on extreme leftist politicians. The statement from Frei anc 5 his ministers said many of the strikes clearly have been politically inspired with the obvious aim of blocking the government's programs. __ Hospitals Say Federal Aid Is A Necessity CHICAGO (AP) — The American Hospital Association says a massive federal and local effort is needed to modernize hospita facilities. The association referred to a I960 estimate by the U.S. Department of Public Health that $3.2 billion would be required. OPEN DAILY 9-9 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY A Division of the S. S. Kresge Company with over 900 Kresge, K mart and. 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