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   Monroe Morning World (Newspaper) - December 12, 1957, Monroe, Louisiana                                 Thursday, Dec, 12, 1957 Monroe Morning World  Labor To Seel: Higher Wages, Shorter Week  (Continued From Page One)  ended because if ‘‘will not produce the ICBM—intcrconfinental ballis-ics missile.”  "We cannot produce the weapons of security—on timc~if we ¡hink more of the 40-hour week or business as usual,” Johnson said in Texas yeslerday.  Clarifies Statement Johnson told an interviewer In Dallas today his 40-hour week proposal applied only to the ICBM program and not to priva e industry or services.  “I have said nothing that would indicate that I felt our present laws should be repealed or the general indusiria! labor contrac?  should be renegotiated." the senator said. "Anyone who says I have does not understand my position."  AFL • CIO President George Meany killed the wage moratorium suggestion last Wcfdnesday. Reuther today, prior to Johnson’s amplification of the 40*hour week suggestion, commented:  "We won the war without abolishing the 40 hour week and we can win the present crisis wiihcut abolishing the 40-hnur week."  Wants Leadership Before longer hours arc worked in Detroi and Pittsburgh, Reuther added, the Washington politicians fhould work longer hours providing the leadership America needs.  Reuther painted an unemployment picture showing 3.2 million unemployed in November with prospects of snowballing unemployment before the winter is ou'.  Unemployment will continue lo spread. Reuther declared, until the ‘‘tremendous productive pow  er of America" is balanced wilh a^eqiiaie purchasing powers  In a sta .ment late:. Steelwork cr President David J. McDonald said the economic situation is as serious today in the steel industry as it was during the 1954 recession.  Such major installations as Republic and Youngstown have closed down all open hearih furnaces until the end of -the year, he said, while U.S. Steel, although cperating at only 70 per cont of capacity will earn more net prof-i's this year than it did in years of full capaci y operation.  "We must develop the necessary purchasing power to stimulate our economy," he declared. "We must convince industry that it cannot continue to chart ‘too high’ prices and still hope to sell its products. We mist take the profit out of inflation—if necessary by confis calory 'axes."  In addition to wage boosts and a shorter work week, the AFL-CIO resolution also fixes goals of  Many Ask Assistance  (Continued From Page One)  ¿n attempt to spread joy and happiness at this spirit when most ot us are enjoying rich foods and costly gifts. Surely, from our plenty, we can spare a little to brighten the day for others.  A list of the contributions to date s given below.  Previously acknowledged $1.358.00  Anonymous ......... 100.00  C. F. Woodcock ......... 10.00  In Memory of Brigctte  Gimbal Camelia J. Calhoun ......  Roger and Warren Klam. In Memory o' Sam Hum*  phries ..............  A Friend ...........••  In Memory of Mrs. J. Byran Vaughn ......  2.00  15.00  10.00  5.00  1.00  6.00  Total  $1,507.00  “more adequate protection" against ill health and old age, and programs for guaranteed employment and adequa e supplemental] unemployment benefits.  Relieve RHEUMATIC Pain  AND ENJOY MORE PLEASANT PERIODS OF GREATER COMFORT If you’re suffering the annoying pain of rheumatism, neuritis, inus-cle aches, arthritis, help yourself to greater comfort fast with the proved salicylate action of C-2223. Thou* sands keep it handy, use it regularly, time and time again whenever the pain makes them miserable. Many call C-2223 "the old reliable.’’ Price of first bottle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223 today—and be prepared for pain relief you’ll welcome every time I Ask for C-2223.  BEING HELD—Held in Richland Par-ish jail yesterday were the three Johns brothers of Warden community near Delhi. Nelson, right, admitted the killing of his 75-year-old mother, Mrs.  Ruth Johns. He was charged with murder and his two brothers Archie, left, and Cecil, center, were held as material witnesses. (Staff photo by John Fogleman)  Man Charged In Death Of Aged Mothear  (Continued From Page One)  not been able to fully reconstruct  DEFENSE MEASURE  Weather Control Research Looms  WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 W — 'snow can have a local warming President Eisenhower may be ad-.effect boh on the ground and b vised soon to speed up research {the atmosphere, on weather control as a dsfensej Therefore it’s conceivable, they the crime. Coenen said Johns was measure.    added, that similar type snow-  incoherent.    I Some scientists believe control ¿usting. done on a large scale,  McKinney said that Johns is a ' ol the weather, if achieved by j might have military applications World War II veteran and had j man on a large scale, could be;in two ways: been married to a Japanese'used as a weapon of war. woman and was the father of twoi staff representatives of the Ad-children. About three years ago, visory Committee on Weather Con-hiswife returned to her homeland, trol, a temporary federal agency,  said today the subject may bC|    j  discussed and accelerated re- j    snow and ice on the polar  government;search urged in the committee’s  checks, and like their brother | final report to the President a ‘ ¡and mig,ht be inundated._  Cecil, were unemployed. He said;the end of the month.    j  Nelson and .Archi? lived in the; The advisorv committee was:    T  house _ with their mother, while established in 1953 to make a com-•'try 117161 JLilSl'S  Cecil lived in a small house sey-1 plete evaluation of public and pri-era! hundred feet from the main vale experimen’s in weather con-  taking her children.  "ihe deputy said that .Nelson and Archie both drew  1.    By conceivably affecting global pa terns of atmospheric circulation, and  2.    Possibly providing means of  residence.  Ramblin’  (Continued From Page One)  14. Fully 25 boys and girls from the Louisiana .Methodist Orphanage at Ruston and virtually the same number from the Louisiana Baptist Children’s home in Monroe will attend.  Students at the local college will “adopt” an orphan for the day. They will sign up for their charges at the Student Center. Hours of the entertainment will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  A day of much fun and general pleasure is anticipated.  Card  Mr. and .Mrs. E. J. Morse, now living in Klamath Falls, Ore., are natives of Winnsboro and well known in Monroe. They sent this column a Christmas card and the notation ‘‘May your holiday be a merry one and your New Year full of cheer!”  Mr. Morse has spent many years in the U. S. .Navy and has recently acquired a hotel in the Oregon city named. He is a veteran of four wars.  trol, including “cloud-seeding," to produce rain.  While indicating they believed the report would be devoted principally to evaluating experiments aimed at controlling weather for peace.ime uses, the committee representatives said they believed the report would also refer to control for military purposes.  For example, they said, the report might include a statement made in a speech by Dr. Henry Houghton of the Massachusetts Institr-te of Technology that:  “I shudder to fhink of the consequences of a prior Russian discovery of a feasible method of weather control ... an unfavorable modification of our climate in guise of a peaceful effort to improve Russia’s climate could se riously weaken our economy and our ability to resist."  The committee representatives said experiments by the Department of Agriculture in Alaska, aimed at lengthening the crop season have shown that placing of carbon-black dust, on ice and  Spared  A certain couple, residing in West Monroe has made quite a record. Of their five children, thre’ daughters and two sons, marriages have occurred but never have the parents at* tended any of these ceremonies.  In all there are to date six wedSings, one son has been twice married, - and in all six the parents have been informed .'after the ceremonies have taken place.  And cites the father: “You see that figures out well. Think of the gowns, flowers, and other expenses that I have escaped. It has worked out well financially in all these cases!"  Man Admits Heading Group To Bar Negroes  DOYLESTOWN, Pa., Dec. 11 W —John R. Bentley testified today he was an organizer of an association to keep Negroes from moving into the community of Levittown and that the group considered but rejected a plan to seek Ku Klox Klan help.  Bentley testified in Bucks County Court where he is one of seven persons against whom the commonwealth seeks a permanent Injunction proh'biting harassment of the community's only Negro family.  Agitation and racial tension were precipitated last August when \Villiam Myers Jr., his wife, Daisy, and their three children became the first Negro family to move to Levittown. A number of arrests resulted. State police were stationed around the Myers home to prevent threatened violence.  Under cross-examination, Bentley denied the association ever meant to use force to get Myers to move. He said the aim was to try “peaceful means." He said the Ku Klux Klan had been discussed at meetings of the association in August.  Bentley testified the association, known as the Levittown Betterment Assn., had 1,000 members.  Judge Edwin H. Satterthwaite gave attorneys for both sides 30 Ethan Allen, hero of Ticondero- days to file written briefs, ga, spent his last few years ini Meantime, the temporary in-Burlington, Vermont, where he is';junction he granted last month buried.    ‘remains in effect.  3-Point Plan To Aid South  L.AUREL, Miss.. Dec. 11 W -Rep. William Colmcr <D-.Miss) outlined today a three-point program which he said wou'd help the South assort its rights nationally.  ,^ddressing the Laurel Kiwanis Club. Colmer said the South should:  1. Go as a united South to Democratic national conventions; 2. become a united bloc in Congress, and 3. if necessary, form a third party.  If the South had stood behind the States Rights Party in 1948 neither Harry Truman nor John Dewey would have been elected president, he said. Instead the prsident would have been chosen by Congress where each state's vote would be equal, Colmer argued.  ♦ “There is no difference in the phi osophies of the two major parties," Colmer said. “The Republicans, at all costs, are now trying to recapture the Negro vote they lost to the Democrats in 1932."  Colmer said the South has suffered from its one-party system because “we are taken for granted and, consequently, the NAACP, the ADA and the CIO have more influence in our party than do we in the South."  Texas Airman Killed  DENVER, Dec. 11 (UP)- M. Sgt. Allen P. 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