Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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Seclinn ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic. Clarified Established January 15* 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prosecutors' Pay Increase Vetoed SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) - A bill calling lor salary Increases of $4,000 a yonr for downslate state's attorneys has been vetoed by Gov. Otto Kerner. The measure would have put the state's attorneys In the $10,000 to $1.7,500 salary range. State's attorneys In counties under 10,000 population now receive $0,000 while those In larger counties get $13,500. Salaries for state's attorneys aro shared by the slate and county. Kerner, In his vclo message Tuesday, noted the bill asked the slate to shoulder the entire cost of the proposed salary increases. Ho said the estimated $238,000 for the salary hikes was not in his budget for the present fiscal period. The governor signed into law two bills designed to curb birth of Illegitimate children. One provides that birth of u second illegitimate child to a mother of an illegitimate child who is receiving aid to dependent children is grounds of untitness for taking avvuy the child. ' The other measure provides that the birtli of a second illegitimate child is prima facie evidence that the home in which the child Is living is not suitable to Its welfare. Kerner also approved measures which: Increase the salary of the director of public health from .fl 000 a year to $22,500. Increase the salary of the assistant director of mental health from $12,000 to $20,000. Ford Motor Co. Strike Will Idle 27,000 Mercantile Exchange Expels 2 CHICAGO (AP)—The Board of Governors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange fins voted lo expel two members accused of attempting to corner the market in torn turkey futures. The board announced Tuesday that members Howard Golx and Harold Fox, principal officers of Berkshire Foods Inc., were found guilty al u special meeting Monday of violating an exchange rule. The rule forbids manipulating or attempting lo manipulate prices or attempt to corner the market. The charge was made in connection with trading in the torn turkey futures market which expired in July 19H3. The expulsions are effective Aug. 31, Everett B., Harris, exchange president, said. Golz, president of Berkshire, called the charges "unfounded, unsubstantiated and grossly unfair." The price of turkeys for July delivery soared lo the highest levels in more than six years during the final three days of trading. Turkey futures on (lie Chicago exchange were quoted al 39.92 cents a pound. CHICAGO HEIGHTS, 111. (AP) —A strike of 3,750 production workers at the Ford Motor Co. stamping plant will idle some 27,000 workers in 20 plants by Thursday night, a company spokesman says. Meanwhllci company and United Auto Workers officials resume negotiations today in an attempt to settle the strike, now in Its sixth day, Little progress was reported in bargaining talks Tuesday, officials reported. Hie strike started Friday when the workers walked out, protest- Ing the company's failure to set- tle 74 grievances regarding health and safety conditions at the plant. James Hnmby, assistant regional director of tlie 'DAW International who has served as i.'hief union negotiator, refused to comment on tho specific grievances because, he said, he does not want 'to negotiate in Iho press. Officials of the parent organizations entered Uie talks Tuesday. Representing Ford was M.M. Cummins of Detroit, director of labor relations. Tlie UAW sent Ken Gannon, the union's national Ford director, also from Detroit, The strike already has idled some 11,000 workers in other Ford plants. The company s;iid layoffs at parts-producing plants arc necessary to balance stocks in preparation for the roo|)oninK of assembly planls for IfHM model production. Today's layoffs are expected to include portions of the work force af plants In Monroe, Mich.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Cleveland and Dearborn, Mich. About 1,000 workers wore scheduled Tuesday night brine laid off Sterling Township, Mich., pirn!, the com- said. Earlier layoffs were reported at plants in Dearborn, Ypsilanti, Livonia and Rnwsonvllle, Mich.; Sharonvillo and Sandusky, Ohio, and Indianapolis. Seventy-four of the original 304 union grievances reportedly remain in dispute. Ray Martin, spokesman for the union, said tho negotiators are no 1 discussing each grievance separately, but are considering brand principles which cover several priovances. Tho Federal Mediation and Con dilation Service has offered to enter the talks. SOFA VALUES EXTRAORDINARY! 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