Appleton Post Crescent, May 15, 1959

Appleton Post Crescent

May 15, 1959

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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 15, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 66 28 A, B APPIETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., FtlDAY, MAY 15, 1959 ASSOCIATED WIRE SKRVICr Price Seven Cents Industry and Union Resume Steel Talks i 1 McDonald Confers With Ike but Only I As 'An Old friend' Gromyko Maps Peace Treaty for Germany ire {ihoto Maine Stale Tioopeis Backed Up by reserve police oificeis pump shots into the home of Gordon G Ham- lm, Limeiick Maine after a 6 hour gun battle in Hamhn s uife killed, a police officer shot to death and tuo state troopers Ham- lm nas found dead in the basement after the battle. Kills 1, Wounds 1, Then Shoots Self New York President David J McDonald of the United Steelworkers fresh from a meeting with Presi dent Eisenhower resumed steel wage talks today with industry leaders McDonald tonferred for half an hour with Fisenhovvet at the latter s invitation yester day while the president was isiting 'i oik lndustr> spokesmen said they received no invitation McDonald described the ses sion simplv as a meeting with an old fr'ond and said the steel situation was not dis cursed Lmon strategics nevctUie less saw the meeting as help ful to the unior Ihe> lelt it would eountei act any suggestion that the House was aligned against the union in the union contention that wage me teas Committee Alleges Long Hints Law Ignored by Farm Department Assails Policies and Cuts Million From Funds moi e active pioginm of sell A) Filibuster On Nominee Senator Wants No Vote Until He Has Had His Say Bv William F 1 house U1R suiplus commodities ovu- lo >dois appropriations committee ae seas eused the agncultuie dcpait Mont, vv Hh 'h it ci itu ism h mint todav of comnlcli dis contended tint m inv ol the leraidioi the law depaitmems epe rations ue its oolKKs and cut its I960 of moi o be m fit to the general public tnan lo Ihe fai me r 1 he situation in es could be granted without'vcdl s forcing up steel pi ices mutet Delend Demands Thev weie hopeful too that the union subs-eouentlj could peisuade the president and his econom.c adv isers that annual pay raises geaied to inereas es in output pet man hour are not mflattonarv The president has counsel 'ed against anv contract agtee mcnt that would 'ead to a rise in steel pi ices funds bv S142 toS In recommending 55 939 Kn 498 lor tne de partment s tul( rtoos not presint good for the Pitturc Un committee said in a report vviittcn bv Hep activ ities 1 tne foi a much Rescued From Canyon Rapids Man Besieged in Maine Home After Slaying Wife Vote Changes in Employment Act Survivor Blames Ignorance for His Ordeal and killed his killed a police chief and two st i t o jpci s h Illtlltl ommii s and i_( IK ic IK h li nd I IK in i Iv i s to pi i pi Hi it ion If nt, be v ord t he de n n ibk pi i ti of mi i n c v Soekdclagei lapids whin 1m e anoi ci Soaked e xhausti d y th it the noinin it ion v ts t nl i o ide d out ol the senate foi _n 11 I it ion onilinl ti i III s iid the ommiiu i i h in me n Si n I U ilh im I ulbi uht i i) k I t I ill d Illlll W it ll I( SS i i in ti sv t h in IK ll is e e i i pi r ie m i d undi i anv chair in in of i it In i p n t v Wlrrpliiiio Slreols. 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Pi ane o months ago re- jected this whole approach lo the problem of a German peac e s< Uli mr nt 'U ostc rn mfoi mants said aft- er a quu k examination of the i picsenteci bv Gromy- ko at today s (onfc ionic ses- sion that it appai cntlv ron- laine d no substantial changes. Kin uslielif s Speech lot Pi cmi( i N i k i t a Hhiushchev said in a speech I in Russia vestoidav that peace must lit made the two actualh existing Geiman states The Soviet plan is completely at loggerheads wilh the western package pro- posal intioducod here yester- dav which calls foi a peace tieatv with a unified Ger- many Giornvko was repotted to have made some preliminary comments on the western plan It dav Hadm Mos< on the an piumptlv with highlights of statements, in- cluding one lusion of a peace tualy with Gci many is poitanl arid it will he indefi- i mtcly postponed if it has to wait on the few mat ion of an

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