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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for ftw Horn t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper VOL 102 FuU that makes MASON all North lowans neighbors lOo of Two SectionsSection in Continue strike at bricktile factory n Frontier workers wont stop Bogged down in legislation By The Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON New Fron tiersmen driving to their week end places at Rehoboth Del are wondering if theres a special mes sage for them in a traffic sign they see enroute What with the bogdown in Con gress of much Administration legislation it could well be At one point in the drive theres a giant stop sign erected PAST and intersection And below that a smaller sign reads You are bucking oneway traffic A New Jersey woman Is as sured of a heartfelt welcome from Sen Clifford Cases staff if she ever turns up She wrote a letter complaining about the imma ture behavior of the Senate and House Appropriations Committee men who cant agree on a meet ing place to work out compro mises and thus are holding up billions of dollars in money bills But at the end Tetter is the bit the Iwarts of the Senators staff SSince I am a secretary I am not includ ing my address because I do not wish to burden another secretary with replying to cranks Lack of campaign funds as sertedly is hurting George Lodges race for the Senate In the pri mary he is running against Rep Lawrence Curtis one of the best heeled Republicans in the state of Massachusetts If he wins that one as expected Lodge will prob ably find himself up against one of the bestheeled Democrats in the state Edward M Teddy Kennedy If Sen Mike Mansfield Ij so fed up with trying to run the Senate that he may decline the honor next January who will succeed him Here are three possible al ternatives The assistant leader Sen Hubert Humphrey of Min nesota Sen John Pastore R I and Sen Robert S Kerr Okla Sen Everett M Dirksen of Il linois the Senate Republican lead er was being consistent the other day when he was compelled for parliamentary reasons to make a motion killing his own earlier motion in the hassle over the communications satellite bill Several years ago he moved to kill several of his own amend ments to then President Eisen howers civil rights bill As he once told the Senate Sometimes we all must march up the hill and turn right around and march back down I have done it before and I will do it again One of F B newest agents is former Chicago Bears pro football player Aubrey Lewis Lewis was the first Negro named captain of the track team at Notre Dame He was also a half back and he coached local foot ball teams in New Jersey after playing for the Bears Ai 7r Theres a new status symbol around the State Department On Secretary Rusks recent European tour aids of Asssistant Secretary Robert Manning who went along noted that in the American Em bassy in Paris the name placards outside office doors had an un familiar flair Instead of a grey background the Washington color the Parisian signs were done on gold pasteboard Mannings people promptly had one made for his office back home Within four days of its posting at least two other As sistant Secretaries had gold signs on their doors woman whose battle to rear her own baby aroused nationwide Workers vote to ignore union order Union workers at the Mason City Brick and Tile Jo are overwhelmingly in favor of continuing the itrike against the company Keith Shunkwiler presi dent of the local union reported Friday Only six of about 70 members attending a union meeting Thursday evening voted to go back to work Shunkwiler said The strike vote followed receipt of a telegram from the dis trict president of the United Glass and Ceramic Workers Union as follows The walkout at Mason City Brick and Tile Company is un authorized Therefore we order you to return to work immedi ately STILL the age of 102 Judge A R Alexander who has filed for reelection as magistrate judge finds no younger men who are willing to take up the challenge He lives in Plattsburg Mo It was signed by W D Hobbs president of District 4 of the Blind mother who battled for child dies Shunkwiler said We have the stewards Picket banners were backing of the international prepared even before he met with union They had to send that the grievance committee at telegram for legal reasons The walkout about 4 Tuesday Pearson said The walkout about 4pm When tnat meeting broke up Tuesday affecting about 95 about 4 the president and union members has been hrfip nnn AKRON Ohio Hathaway a deaf Georgia and blind attention in 1955 heart attack is dead of a The 43yearold woman died Thursday Akron Gen eral Hospital where shewas taken July 22 Mrs Hathaway had known for some time that her rheumatic heart condition was serious but she had told friends she hoped she might Jive until her son Clarence grew up Clarence is only 7 but in many ways he already is grown up For the last few years he has been the eyes and ears of his parents He helped with household chores answered the telephone and the doorbell at their home in nearby Stow and helped with the shopping His father Harold 60 also is deaf and blind The Halhaways were married Braille When Clarence who has normal hearing and vision care of him Welfare authorities were not no so sure and the case went to jt in writing he said Juvenile Court Judge Russell couple could keep their child union and Henry Breig trict representative dis available any time Pearson wants to call a meeting The plant manager also chargec Questioned about his refusal tnat the strike is the work of the to order the men back to work union president and three union branded a wildcat strike by mittee out for about five on the comnanvs minutes and then returned to say C R Pearson the companys plant manager He has pointed out that there is a nostrike clause in the union contract signed last April Pearson said he discussed the district presidents tele gram with Shunkwiler Thursday afternoon but the local presi dent said he would not order his members back to work expect the men to return to We are open for business and who ever wants to work has a job Anyone reporting will be pro vided with work Pearson added that he also told Shunkwiler Thursday that he still is willing to meet with the union under the regular grievance the men first procedure return provided to work He said Shunkwiler refused this offer The dispute was precipitated last Saturday Shunkwiler said when truck drivers began load ing their own trucks work which belongs to his union Pearson said the union members were al ready working overtime Satur day and two truck drivers were in Kansas after a romance conunwilling to wait and began ducted by letters written in loading their trucks Shunkwiler said this is a prac tice which has gone on for years was born Feb 17 1955 his and which the union has tried mother insisted she could take to stop but has been unable to get anything but promises from comParyThe union wants He accused management oi v VVUL i o UU Jit JTvUSSCn vjo W Thomas who ruled that the tactics He i a flflttft 4 t i added that his committee DEAFBLIND FATHER Harold Hath away 60 comforts his son Clarence 7 at Akron General Hos pital after learning of the death of Mrs Georgia Hathaway wife and mother Both parents are deaf and blind and fought a court case to keep the boy They won in the com hey were leaving the job Charge man transported stolen bonds taverne Raumake 25 Des Moines is in the Dougl County Jail at Omaha in conne tion with the June theft of mor than in government bond at Mason City The bonds were reported stole June 29 from the home of Mrs Mary A Guelff 524 9th SE Thomas Gearty agent in charg of the FBI office at Omaha sal that in Series E bonds wer recovered Raumaker was ar rested by Omaha police The loss originally reported here was in bonds and to in cash The bonds and cash in a briefcase dis appeared from beneath a bed Other valuables were not dis turbed in the house The theft report was kept confidential during a fruitless local investi gation The charge against Raumaker is that he transported stolen property across state lines Police here understand that practically no information as to Raumakers connection with the theft was obtained in prelimin ary interrogation Mason City police found no records of any kind connecting him with Mason City Raumaker has been unable to post bond required for his release from jail Bulletin AMARILLO Tex Pot ter County grand jury has in dicted promoter Billie Sol Es tes the president of Commer cial Solvents Corp of New York and a founder of the oncefa mous Townsend Plan sources outside the grand jury reported Friday A New York public relations man representing Commercial Solvents called the Amarillo GlobeTimes seeking information about indictment against Maynard Wheeler president of Commercial Solvents which sup plied Estes with fertiliier for retail and bankrolled some of his grain storage operations A lawyer for Estes was the source for statement that he was indicted The attorney said the promoter would fly to Ama rillo today in a private plane to surrender Court officials refused to name the indicted men until they had arrested Estes is under federal fraud indictment and state charges and congress is investigating his operations The civil leader and Towr tend Plan founder is R E Bob 47 BNgSHandcuffed holding eight hostages in hearing hv P nf6 T 1S I6d t0 agairo at the State Industrial Commis by Police Capt Lawrence Wetzel sion in Phoenix Ariz hours center and detective Wally Sem Thursday Milligan was captured after Man holds eight at gunpoint for 12i hours in Arizona By DICK STUART PHOENIX Ariz em bittered pipefitter incensed by discontinuance of his disability checks held eight men at gun point for 12Vz hours in a state bejore detectives disarmed nirV Charles Elmer Milligan 52 o Tempe was subdued by Sgt Ear Moore and detective Don Rodri quez who gained entry to the 1 office by and was hospitalized with a flesh vound in his left leg Later Gorey from a hospital bed con ferred with Milligan by telephone and tried to talk him out of his gunwaving lecture to commission officals was m terrupted in its early stages Milligans son Charles 28 wh was promptly thrown out by hi angered father By telephone Milligan told Det Moments earlier Mittigan had voluntarily released five of his prisoners The drama began about 8 am n a fourstory state capitol annex housing offices of the Arizona In dustrial Commission There for a hearing on his dis ability claim Milligan whipped out a 22 caliber pistol and wound id his own attorney in a scuffie before taking command of the He released his lawyer Stephen S Gorey 46 who scooted out of he room on the seat of his pants PARTLY CLOUDY Iowa Fiveday Forecast Tem peratures will average two to five degrees below normal in Iowa through Wednesday with little change until turn ing cooler about the first of the week Normal highs mid dle 80s in the north to near 90 south Normal lows in the 60s Precipitation will aver age onehalf to threequarters of an inch occurring in scat tered showers and thunder storms mostly the first of the week Iowa Partly cloudy through Saturday Widely scattered thundershowers west Friday night over state Saturday Lows Friday night in 60s Highs Saturday in 80s Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy Sunday little temperature change scattered showers thunderstorms Minnesota Scattered showers thunderstorms Friday night cooler north lows 45 to 55 north 55 lo 60 south Widely scattered afternoon showers Saturday Highs 70s north to 80s south GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday woman dies in collision Richard Bohlen 33 Cohvell died Thursday eve ning at the Mitchell County Me morial Hospital following an ac cident at pm four miles east of Orchard A foreignmade compact station wagon driven by her husband skidded through a stop intersec tion and collided with a car driv en by Paul Dean Benson Orch ard Bohlen was going south Ben son east according to Patrolman Lee Sellers who investigated the accident Gary Benson son of the driver was treated for cuts at the hos pital and released Mrs Bohlen died of shock and internal injuries The station wa gon was demolished Bohlea and Benson were not injured The Bohlens were returning from Rochester at the time of the accident Mrs Bohlen had been there for treatment follow ing surgery Funeral services will be Mon day at 2 pm at the Colwell Con gregational Church Burial will be in the Beckwith Cemetery with Hauser Funeral Home Charles City in charge Mrs Bohlen had been employed in the Sears mail order office three years She was a member of the choir of the Congregational Church director of the Pilgrim Fellowship a Sunday School teach er and president of the Culture Club of Cohvell Surviving are her husband a son Douglas James II a daugh ter Kimberly Sue 8 her father Melvin Jung rural Floyd two brothers Gordon and Richard a sister Janice Jung all of this area and her grandmother Mrs Mary Frederick Charles City ear killed them all He had to et past you to get in You get lim the hell out of this building Milligan suffered a back injury 8 months ago while working on he Glen Canyon Dam project on Bobby in support of space bill Satellite plan under study WASHINGTON UPI Alty Gen Robert F Kennedy Friday called the compromise com munications satellite bill now before the Senate one of the most important pieces of legis lation offered by this adminis tration The attorney general appeared before the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee to urge ap proval of the bill as soon as possible The measure was sent to the committee for study after a filibuster by Senate liberals blocked floor action Federal Communications Com mission FCC Chairman New ton N Minow also urged pas sage of the bill Both Minow and Kennedy assured the com mittee that the nations foreign policy interests and those of the public are fully protected under the bill The Attorney General was a surprise opening day witness as the committee began a week of hearings on the bill to study its foreign policy implications be fore the Senate resumes debate on it next Friday In referring the bill to the foreign relations group the Senate ordered it to report next Friday In advance of Fridays hear ing Senate Democratic Whip Hubert H Humphrey said he was willing to give the state de jartment greater voice in opera ions of the privatelyowned but governmentcont rolled space atellite system Kennedy told the Senate group le battled against private domination of the proposed cor the Colorado River in northern ArizonaHedrew disability7 com pensation for a while Gorey said but the checks stopped in mid March John B Ryan 63 a court re porter employed for the hearing and one of the hostages said He just wanted to tell his story and he did it even though he repeated himself several times When he finished hefinished and hat was it At that point Milligan released all hostages except Donald J Morgan 47 the commissions attorney and the two pseu onewsmen Sgt Moore got four glasses of water and the men began to talk As Milligan turned his head to ick tip a glass of water Roclri poration and that the compro mise pill gave 90 per cent ot what we battled for This bill is perfectly satis factory said Kennedy I dont believe dominate the AT T can communications quez leaped at him and grabbed the pistol Moore joined his fellow officer to overpower the husky pipefitter Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum y 85 61 65 01 89 64 SAME satellite corporation as this bill is presently constituted On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 5 Mason City News 67 Sports 910 TV Section Pullout Society News 1415 Clear Lake News 15 North Iowa News18 JOURNALIST DIES NAP A Calif Gordon Mur ray 64 who established the Wall Street Journals first area edition in San Francisco in 1929 died Thursday SPACE STATION This donutshaped inflatable space station is on public display at National Aero nautics and Space Administrations Lewis Research Laboratory in Cleveland The threestory high atrue ture is designed to be packaged in a deflated form around the hub during launching It can be inflated after being lofted above the earths atmospheric blanket Spacemen will go through the hub In tht center V
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