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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far ITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION thi Newspaper VOL 97 tfeittd ruB That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 15 7c Copy Paper CwuUU Two No lof Age Has Subdued Lewis j Miners Union Boss Laments Respectability By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON UPI John L Lewisis 79 now and so re ipectable he hardlycan stand it These daysj he gets up of a morning and looks in v ain through the papers for some de nunciation of Lewis Mostly he cant even find his name men I feel sort of lost some the Iowa native ad mitted V At a threehour standing roomonly performance before House Labor subcommittee the United Mine Workers presi his theatrical best to correct a public image of him self as a sort of elder states man of organized labor HE ASSAILED authors of pending labor reform bills as labors enemies He accused AFLCIO lead ers who agree some legisla tion is needed of compromis ing with th e x ecutioners ax He assuret one earnes young Repub lican member Rep Robert P G r i f f in of LEWIS Michigan that be in time will grow up He reigned like a in the witness He bristled and roared and refused to be But he couldnt seem to convince anybody Chairman Carl D Perkins D Ky told Lewis the subcommit tee was mighty proud he had come Rep Carroll Kearns the ranking GOP said Lewis and Sam Gompers shared honors in his estimation as the men who did most for the work ing man EVEN MEMBERS whoso oloc torates include not a single member of the UMW tended to preface their questions pledges of boundlessrespect Rep John Dent DPa said he was mighty pleased to hear the UMW held upso uniformly as a model of union behavior Was it always this way he asked Lewis Lewis re plied his eyes twinkling under the wellknown craggy eye brows Im glad you asked me that A little sadly it seemed he went on then to recall earlier and happier days when he was the perennial villain of the big labor stage The depression days when he was organizing the first vertical unions How he pulled out of the AFL and into a new And later how he pulled out ofj the CIO Also the many time when his big coal strikes were denounced a threat to the nation LATELY LEWIS Independence BulletinJournal Photo DEATH BY And in too blackbird apparently met an untimely when it was attempting to build a nest in a treeiih the Quasqueton Cemetery near Independence Bu chanan County Extension Director Jay Partridge who that whippjed a long piece of String which the bird was carrying for nestbuildingr purposes around a branch The other end caught around the birds neck Total Only LITTLE ROCK Ark If High School graduation days are coming to integrationtroubled Little Rock this year but theyll e late and the number of diplomas small Only 225 seniors will be graduated from two allwhite pri vate schools and none from a third Once a thousand or more students were graduated each spring from the four closed public high schools The continuing battle over integration recently was rekindled y moves to recall six bers of the school board as a result of a teacher purge A federal court fight goes on ver validity of a state law nder which Gov Orval E Fau us closed the high schools has WHATEVER HAPPENS on hese fronts the classroom ef ect of the integration crisi oon will be over for the sen iors Their schools are little known but fully accredited by the state educational department They have been told their diplomas will admit them to colleges Tworhundred of the767 pupils in the private Raney High has been operated from public do nations by a cor poration The Governor him self will deliver the commence ment address June 26 BAPTIST HIGH School will graduate 25 of its 365 July 10 Unlike tuitionfree Raney High School the church school charges to attend It has had a hard finan cial fight to keepgoing Not long ago it accepted a gift from Raney High School rich by comparison with 000 in donations The third allwhite school sponsored by Trinity Episcopal Cburch and with only a score of students has no seniors Iowa Girl Burns to Death in Car Fire GREEifFIELD teenage girl burned lo death ia a flam ng onecar accident on High way 25 about 10 miles north of here Thursday night She was inda Ruth a sophomore in vfreenfield High School She died when the car in which she was riding overturned and caught ire Leo Morphy Menlo driver of the car was thrown clear not expectedto affect mVjwhon the car overturned and Uuwjhlntfs Jwas not burned i settling his arguments with coa operators behind closed doors Its been years since he pulled his members out of the mines for getting in the hospi couple of months ago for pneumonia he hasnt been mak ing much news Now every now and then al gome public affair I am accept ed as other Lewis said I have achieved acertain de free of respectability Possibly this it because Isuppose the public has found somebody else they enjoy more being mad Lewis did come up with a new definition of poverty He iid its when you cant afford to send your children to college By this standard he said most union members are poor His own though he didnt say so currently get daily Lewis also said you cant help organized labor by putting union members in chains Damn the chins and those that advocate UITO he roared Then he left the House Office Building and stepped grandly in to a waiting Cadillac limousine The day was muggy and the chauffeur thoughtfully had The air conditioning running CARPENTERS STRIKE CAPE CANAVERAL Fla W carpenters struck the missile test center here Friday ia contract dispute The strike Keota Crash Fatal to 3 KEOTA Oft Three persons were dead Friday and two others hospitalized as a result of a twocar crash at the inter section of Highway 77 and 92 south of this Keokuk County town Killed in the accident late Thursday were Mrs Grace Mc Kay 69 and Mrs William Duns ton 54 both of Packwood Mrs McKays husband Charles 67 died in a Washington Iowa hos pital early Friday They were riding in a car driv en by Charles in the car were the McKays daughterinlaw Mrs Lloyd Mc Kay 27 and her son Donald 17 months Falls Under Wheels of Train Crushed IOWA CITY m Virgil Emil Paradise 54 Rock Island described by authorities as a djed Jate Thursday under the wheels of a passenger train at the Rock Island Lines station Dr George Callahan county coroner said Paradise apparently tried to climb in be tween two cars of Jhe Corn Belt Rocket as it was pulling out of the station here and missed his ooting Police had been trying to locate a man of the same name in donnection with the death of his father William E Paradise Barnes City Towa REACH AGREEMENT NEW YORK UPI Agree ment was announced Thursday night in a nearly threeweek abor dispute between Ihe Ns ional Broadcasting Co and the National Association of Broad cast Employes and Technicians EFFICIENT SHIELDING FROM RADIATION iVi Developing A Plane WASHINGTON Air Force said Friday it has hurdled the last major ob stacle to development of a nuclear powered airplane that of efficient shielding from radiation Lt Gen Roscoe C Wilson deputy chief of staff for de velopment told the Aviation Writers Assn that we there fore are now embarked on a program to produce a sub sonic nuclear powered air plane which will be the pro totype of a future weapon sys Wilson did not say when such a prototype or experi mental model actually would be built and ready for Development of a new plane normally takes a number of years The shielding problem for nuclear airplanes has been solved We know how to de sign effective airborne shields to predict their per Wilson said a nuclear air plane would not necessarily be any larger than the current B52 heavy jet bomber It also will be designed to operate off the same runway length as the He said a bomber would be able to cruise any where in the world and would be capable of launching long range ballistic missiles as well as handling nuclear bombs and shortrange mis siles Wilson said two types of nuclear power plants are be ing developed the direct air cycle and the indirect liquid metal cycle In the direct cycle the air flows from the engine intake through the compressor and directly through the reactor where it is heated expanded through the turbine and flows out as a jet stream In the indirect cycle the re actor heats a liquid metal which flows through a closed system The air is heated by passing through a heat ex changer The direct cycle turbojet system is being developed by General Electric Co at Even dale Ohio and at the Nation al Reactor Testing Station ia Idaho Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Co is developing the longer range indirect cycle program at Middletown Conn Convair Division of General Dynamics Fort Worth has been awarded a design study for the experimental airplane that will use the nu clear power Counter Plan by Russ V Gigantic Smasher Wanted Would Probe Atom Secrets NEW YORK Wi Presiden Eisenhower Thursday posed construction of a mil lion atomic research unit help preserve Americas free dom in the The President announced h will ask Congress to authoriz the hli g e machin two miles long the largest o its kind ever to be built Con struclion would take six years EISENHOWER OUTLINED the building planat a scienc symposiumdinner sponsored b the National Academy of Sci ences the American Assn fo the Advancement of Science and the Alfred Found alion In his speech the Presiden said Our immediate task Americas first is to see that freedom is not los through ignorance c o in p1 cency or lack of He said science and technol cgy are the cornerstone o American security and the na tions program for a just peace For the government to ne led this fact would be Eisenhower THE PRESIDENT told his dinner audience at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel that plans for con struction of the big atomic re search unit were recommendec 0 him by his Science Advisory Committee HP called for construction of a luge new electron linear ac celerator The project has been proposed by Stanford University and the plans arc to construe the accelerator there Such ac atom are one of the main tools o physicists who explore the sub atomic universe The proposed smasher woulc br 50 times longer than the big gest such device now in use a Stanford The linear electron accclalor shoots particles in a straight line rather than around in spir als as do cyclotrons The high speed accelerator bullets break up the nucleus into some 30 dif ferent kinds of particles or pro duce forms of energy Although scientists can work wonders with atom bombs and other nu clear contrivances they still do not know exactly hc roles play ed by these strange fragments New 658 Explodes 1 Dead 13 Injured FORT WORTH Tex Force and Convair Corp invcslr gators tried to learn Friday why a supersonic 858 jet bomber cx sJodcd and burned Thursday tilling one man and Injuring 13 The aircraft was undergoing what Convair spokesmen called a routine check on the ramp in front of the factory here when a scries of explosions ripped through it and a huge ball of fire enveloped it The plane was destroyed FARES BOOSTED DES M01NES Cash city jus fares here will go up from 20 to 25 ccnU May 25 Pholerfax FRONTAL ATTACK Maine state troopers backed by reserve police officers pump shots into the home of during a sixhour gun battle with the bankrupt businessman Brooding Businessman Shoots It Out With 100 Police Takes Own Life LIMERICK Maine Iff A brooding businessman shot and killed his wife and then killed a police chief and wounded two state troopers before his suicide ended a fivehour gun battle with nearly 100 officers Thursday night Gordon E Hamlin 51 a fqrniture manufacturer until re cently shot himself in the chest as police closed in on his cellar holdout with bullets and tear gas Also dead were Hani lins wife Rose 46 and Westbrook Police Chief Pierre Har nosis 34 both killed by shotgun blasts The scene of the blistering shooting was a quiet Maine crossroads settlement about a mile from the center of Lime rick a village of population 30 miles east of Portland WITNESSES AND POLICE this story At as Rose Hamlin crossed the slrcel to visit Mrs Jessie Mitchell Hamlin shouted to her from his front door and fired once with a shotgun As Mrs Hamlin raced up the front steps of the Mitchell home Hamlin fired again and his wife fell mortally wounded on the porch Trooper Parker the first to arrive at the scene kicked open the front door of Hamlins home He greeted me with both the Parker said Although wounded Parker radioed for reinforcements and stayed to assist arriving troopers city police and game wardens The officers stationed themselves behind their cruisers and in houses on each side of Hamlins home firing with rifles and pistols They could see Hamlin from time lo time ducking from one window to another as he fired his shotgun Harnois a former FBI agent and Wcstbrooks first full time police was killed as he raced toward the house with a tear gas bomb in his hand AT ONE POINT a toar gronodo firt to tho roof Firefighters put out the small blare and then trained their hoses into a basement window where Hamlin now was holed out As water streamed into the cellar Hamlin shot himself in the chest The Hamlins daughter Judy 16 was at a baseball game when the shooting started She is the salulatorian in her high school graduating class Friends said Hamlin had been despondent in recent month because of the failure of his small furniture plant SAME OOWA IAFETT Bulletin MUIRFIELD Scotland Tho Unitod Statoc Walkor Cwp tcofod iwoop of tho four loom matchot Fridoy to opon tho toriot with Tho moot will ko con cludod whon tho itar imatour 9oKorv pUy I n I o Sotvrdoy to Stand Big Four Still Mired OUR WIEE SERVICES GENEVA Russia formall proposed lo the West Frida a peace treaty to be signed with divided Germany The United States said it was keen ly disappointed and accused the Soviet Union of wanting tc perpetuate the division of Ger many The plan would take Wes Germany out of NATO and kee 17 million East Germans un der permanent Communist con trol The proposal was Moscow answer to Thursdays Wester cold war peace package plan 1 was presented lo the fifth work ing session of Hie Big Four con ference by Soviet Foreign Min istcr Andrei Gromyko appar ently after receiving new in structions from Premier Nikitj Khrushchev himself THE PROPOSALS conUinod in he new Russian draft treaty were not fact the Rus sians published such a draft las Jan 10 and it was quickly re jected by the West as unaccep table It was not known immediately whether the present draft wa identical or whether it contained some changes But essentially i was the same Kremlin pack Gromyko made a long speed in presenting the draft But it was the Soviet Unions main pilch for an EastWest set llemenl and Gromyko let it be icnown that for the record Rus sia wanted it put forward asan official Moscow proposal here The January version of the draft comprised 21 articles Its main points were WEST GERMANY would quit NATO and East Germany leave be Communist Warsaw Pact All foreign forces and bases would be withdrawn from Ger many within one year of the reaty coming into force Alternatively an agreement would be concluded on the tim ng of troop withdrawals on con Ution that onethird were with drawn within six months of the reaty entering into force Establishment of Germanys rentiers within its present bor other words recognition of the OderNcisse Line in the Sasl Prohibition of a future Ansch uss or union with Austria WEST BERLIN to con ertcd into a demilitarized free ity pending German rcunifi ation The Soviet draft was complefe y unacceptable to the West then jccause it was not based on re jmficalioa The West also al ways has insisted that reuni icd Germany must have full rccdom to decide its own tlli nces The f the Russian plan just 24 hours fter Secretary of State Chris Jan A Herter handed Gromyko the Wests own peace offering ussia global troop reductions nd European reunification be inning with Berlin The two plans thuswere dia metrically opposed and there ap peared little prospect of recon ciling Clearing and cooler Friday night with scattered frost likely Lows 31 34 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday Highs near 60 owa Partly cloudy through Saturday except clearing east Friday night Continued un seasonably cool Friday night with scattered frost east Fri day night Somewhat warmer extreme west Friday night and over state Saturday Low Friday night lower 30s ex treme northeast lo lower 40s extreme southwest Highs Sat urday generally in the 60s Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal northwest near normal elsewhere Nor mal maximums in lower 70s and normal minimums mid to upper 40s Warmer over week end cooler first of week with little change thereafter Pre cipitation will average 50 to inches showers and thun derstorms first of week and again end of period Minnesota Clearing and warm er Highs Saturday 5868 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum 4T Minimum 38 At 8 42 Mercury Drops to 29 Degrees at Atlantic The mercury skidded to record ow levels in several sections of Iowa Friday with Atlantic1 29 degree reading state low Atlantics mark shattered record of 33 set on this date ia 907 Other record lows included La monis 31 Des Moines 35 and Council Bluffs 32 Mason City had 38 Davenport was high with degrees Warmer weather is expected Saturday RECOVERING Fidel Cas tro 9 son of Cubas minister underwent an kour ong lung surgery Friday after being injured when slruclc by a car near Havana The boy is expected to er His father was at bad   

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