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   Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - December 15, 1959, Oshkosh, Wisconsin                             LITTLE CHANGE Mostly cloudy tonight. Partly cloudy Wednesday. Little temperature change. Details on Page 2. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Associated Press and United Press Ninety-Second Year Oshkosh, Wis., Tuesday Evening, December 15, 1959 32 Pages Price Six Cent! Pollock Pool's Filtration Setup Okayed by State Final plans and specifications for the Pollock Memorial Pool filtra- tion system were approved Mon- day by the State Board of Health, the City of Oshkosh was informed today. City Mgr. H. S. Thorgrimsen said the approval clears the way for construction of the mechanical portion of the city's new munici- pal swimming pool. Plans and specifications are ex- pected to reach the board of pub- lic works next week. Action will then follow to advertise for bids with the bid opening scheduled in about 30 days. The 30 by 32 foot installation is banned for construction beneath :he diving board of the main pool n the swimming facility, accord- ng to Architects Theodore H. Ir- on and Leonard H. Reinke. It is the design of Hugh McClure As- sociates, Chicago, pool engineers. Unusual in swimming pool de- sign, the filtration system is a four- )ed sand filter operated largely jy gravity.' It will change the wa- ter completely every seven hours in each of the three pools of the facility, a faster rate than is re- quired by state regulations. The Common Council approved the sand filter system upon the j recommendation of engineers as 'the best available. It has the addr Jed advantage of being less expen- WASHINGTON L. Lewis, a titan of the jsive to install and operate than the American labor movement, announced today he will resign Iusual diatomaceous earth filter units usually used, its designer told the Council. Also part of the continuous wa- ter filtering and treatment process is the use of chlorine and chem- icals, the whole duplicating on a smaller scale the city's method of water treatment so that pool water can be recirculated. Architect Irion termed the filtra- tion system the "heart of the pool plan." He said other plans and LEWIS WILL STEP DOWN John I. Lewis, 79, announced today in Washington that he will resign next year as president of the United Mine Workers. He will be 80 next February. (AP Wirephoto) Lewis to Quit As UMW Chief Time to Step Aside, He Declares; Thomas Kennedy to Be Successor Ike's Peace Plea Receives Rousing Ovation in Greece as president of the United Mine Workers early next year. Lewis, who will be 80 next Feb. 12. said in a Jetter to UMW members published today in the union's journal that the time has come to step aside. Aids said he is in excellent health. "Mister as millions came to know the fuzzy-browed union chief in his flamboyant or- ganizing and .bargaining days of the 1930s and 1940s; has headed the UMW for 40 years. Few men have had' greater impact on American economic life. Continues at Full Pay Lewis will be succeeded auto- matically by Thomas Kennedy, UMW vice president and former lieutenant governor of Pennsyl- vania. Kennedy, 72, a widower who married again just a few weeks ago. is honeymooning in Europe. On retirement, Lewis will be eligible to continue at full salary of a year. He did not set a specific date for quitting, say- ing only it would be shortly after the new year. Lewis, a familiar figure for Legislators Rise, Shout and Applaud ATHENS (AP) President Eisenhower received a rousing ovation in the Greek Parliament today and then boarded the U. S. cruiser Des Moines for his first real rest since he began his peace and friendship mission 12 days cans, love peace and freedom and The President, to work for it his call for peace in freedom) The rip-roaring demonstration in an address to the 300-jfar exceeded the reception of his 'message before two other parlia- member Parliament, was interrupted a dozen times by applause and cheers that al- most shook the rafters. The jments he had addressed, Indian and Iranian, on the trip that has taken him so far to seven nations Eisenhower called on free na- Communist led minority joined in. J Then five. hours later, the Pres tions to be strong militarily, eco- Turn to IKE on Page 2 PRESIDENT GIVEN HONORARY SCROLL Spiros Melas, left, president of the Greek dressed the Greek Parliament in Athens. At Academy, presents an honorary scroll to Presi- right is Premier" Constantine Karamanlis. (AP dent Eisenhower today after Eisenhower ad- Wirephoto via radio from Rome) _____ specifications arc based on approv- al of the system and will be com- pleted as soon as possible. Before frost this fall, city crews of the under- installation so covered the site ground filtration WILL SUCCEED Thomas Kennedy, 72, a vice years in newspaper headlines, is president of the United Mine responsible more than any other Workers, will become UMW labor leader for organizing work- president automatically when ers of the nation's biggest indus- John L Lewis retires next year tries into labor unions. Capitalize on Acts With the country on its econom- ic knees in the great depression, Lewis capitalized on the National Recovery Act and the Wagner La- bor Relations Act passed during former President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. This established the rights of (AP Wirephoto) Resolution Asks Study of State's Firearms Lays MADISON joint resolu- tion calling for a study of Wiscon- unions to organize and obligationjsin firearms laws was introduced of employers- to bargain with'in the Assembly Monday, them on wages and working "Wisconsin's sister the ditions. Lewis formed the CIOjmeasure stated, "have for years Turn to LEWIS on Page 13 Hear Talk Of Changing Agency Setup enjoyed the protection afforded by firearms registration and gun per- mit regulations." The measure offered by the Committee on Rules at the request of David TVIogilka calls for .a study by the Legisla- tive Council. Results would be milled to the 1961 Legislature. Speaker George Molinaro (D- Kenosha) referred the matter to MADISON (AP) Joint Finance Committee for circles heard talk today study. changing the setup of the young j Slate Department of Administra-> The talk came from Republi cans, along with remarks that thej agency the Legislature created at Gov. GaylOrd Nelson's request has acquired too much power. Sens. Robert Travis 'R-Platte- ville'. majority party floorleader and Reuben La Fave (R-Ocontol led in voicing criticism of the Must Continue Integration Of Forces, Herter PARIS a direct chal- lenge to France. U. S. Secretary of State Christian A. Herter to- day told the foreign ministers of Rockefeller In State for Test Several Hundred Greet Governor When Plane Arrives in Madison ident took his leave of the royal family and drove in a Pro cession to the Athens Stadium jw v where he boarded a helicopter for; the short flight to the Des Moines. j The President wijl have a three-i day rest aboard the Des Moines.1 broken only by a meeting Thurs- day in Tunis with Tunisian Pres- ident Habib Bourguiba. Accompanied by Officials Greek Premier Constantine Kar-l lamanlis and other Greek officials [Iranians had only one complaint accompanied the President to President Eisenhow- stadium. The President got his greatest ovation when he told Parliament Iran: Ike': Stay Too Short TEHRAN, Iran (AP) er's wasn't long enough. During his six hour stay Mon- day, the Iranians cheered Eisen- his message could be summed newer they never in the words "Peace and Friend- The. ship in Freedom." the forces under one its military command. Herter's remarks at the open- sion to resolve the differences di- viding French President Charles de Gaulle from his allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion. De Gaulle has openly reject- ed _ the principle of integrated forces. that excavation is expected to be- jgin soon after contracts are awarded, probably in February. Complaint On Depot's Move Is Dismissed MADISON (AP) The Public Service Commission dis- missed Monday a complaint by. residents of Appleton against thej action of the North Western Rail-' way in moving its passenger depot from the downtown area. The railway moved the depot to Appleton Junction in 1958, con- tending the railway was subject to prosecution because its trains blocked crossings at the old loca- tion. Residents complained that the new location did not provide ade- quate" service. The PSC said the railway had agreed to improve the depot build- ing and pave a parking lot for customers. The location of the de- pot is within the railroad's discre- tion, provided reasonably ade-i quate service is maintained, the1 MADISON 'AP) Lawmakers North Atlantic Alliance that! MADISON Gov. Nelson could said Springer, The legislators rose to their feet with a roar of shouts and hand- clapping. Touched, Eisenhower departed from his prepared text to say: "I feel that here I am .with men who, like myself and all Ameri- NATO must continue to Rockefeller flew into Wisconsin today, opening an intensive two- day swing through one of the I in the countrv. sin race. Renk same hope. ing session of NATO's annual JU'II1CUUU1'U-V' Rockefeller said Sunday that he ministerial review sharply under- 1 He brought with him the Jike (0 make an announce. lined the major task of the ses, of a program Designed prior to Jan the dflte thfi who added he hoped the Newj Yorker would make the Wiscon- expressed the At Closed Session Herter spoke in a closed ses- sion of the Ministerial Council. A NATO spokesman reported his speech to a news conference. Herter mentioned recent press reports implying the United States might be planning withdrawals of forces from Europe. He said these showed a fundamental misconcep- tion of U. S. policy and that the Turn to NATO on Page 2 Postpone Election Of Council's Chief commission said. TASTE TELLS M I D D L E T 0 N, England (UPI) Joe Shorrocks, super- visor of fruitcake production in a jam factory for 25 years, said he didn't eat any fruit- cake at Christmas year and has no intention of eating any this year. farmers in the Middle West. New York Legislature reconvenes. _, The New York governor's trip Wisconsin Republicans are con-jto wisconsin has been billed as sidered mainly in favor of obvjous attempt to measure his President Richard Nixon for the GOP presidential nomination. However, several hundred per- Turti to ROCKV on Page 2 sons greeted Rockefeller when he; 'came into a hotel here. He gave! a brief talk, describing the tight- knit Republican organization in New York State and particularly in Westchester County, his home county. Delayed by Fog Two former governors of Wis- consin were among those who met him at the airport. They were Vernon Thomson and Oscar Ren- nebohm. GOP State Jasper also was at Robert Pierce, national commit- teeinan, rode with Rockefeller on! the flight from Minneapolis. TourGiven Little Space In Red Press MOSCOW (AP) President Ei- senhower's trip is receiving day- to-day coverage in Moscow's pa- pers, but volume is small and no- where near the space given to re- Chairman frOm New York the airport week s convention of the Ameri- can Communist party. President .will not soon be -for- Senate Refers Revenue Bills To Committee MADISON (UPD The State Senate referred Gov. Gaylord Nel- son's two stop-gap revenue meas- ures Monday to Sen. William Trinke's committee on Labor, Tax- ation, Insurance and Banking. Trinke, a Republican from Lake off, but factory workers, artisans, gotten. An editorial in one of leading newspapers, Etela'at, keynoted the local feeling: "This unprecedented welcome showed that Iran supports and confirms the "peace-loving policy of Eisen- hower. Therefore, Iran will alwayi bid him welcome." Line Route An impressive majority of Teh- ran's two million citizens saw Ei- senhower or heard his message of praise for their steadfastness against Communist pressures. Mayor Nasser Zulfaghaeri esti- mated that lined the Presi- dent's route. Thousands saw him on Tehran's television network. Still more heard him by radio. Veteran Iranian newspapermen pointed out that the turnout was doubly impressive because Mon- day was not an official holiday. Government workers had the day- Geneva, and his committee will ccnsider a withholding plan and an alternate revenue raising pro- posal which would, among other things, increase the income tax rate to three-fourths of 1 per cent. Either of the stop-gap revenue measures would produce enough to balance an expected deficit of about 25 million dollars in 1960-61. Passed -Last Week The revenue .measures and the Both editorial and official bill all passed in the Dem- on Eisenhower's Assembly last clerks and businessmen were sup- posed to stay at their jobs. Apologizes to Country "I never saw such a reception for anyone in my said one Iranian. "Think what it might have been if he had been when we all could have seen him." At Mehrafoad Airport, just .be- fore takifeg off for Athens, he said: "I am sorry and I want to apologize to this beautiful country and all its citizens because I did not and could not stay longer. I flight was delaved abutii 30 lacking. utes bv fos The governor was scheduled antd no numan interest side' I postponed the election of a chair- man of the Legislative Council's Judiciary Committee Monday when balloting deadlock. Two ballots resulted in a tie be- tween Assemblymen W. W. Wardj (D-New Richmond) and Thomas} Would Organize State f Duffy Supporters of Rockefeller Sen. Allen Busbv iR-Mihvaukee) Monday they would organize a week. The lower house sent tax revenue plans to the Republi-i Newspapers and Senate in order to There have been no unusual dis- [would like to stay as many days the two'as I have hours." i.i w ..i j p. Milwaukee liter He hadi mm ended in a a speech on foreign have ntrt l'fd ,pic' a f. lems to be delivered tonight to accompany their brief re- Nelsons executive] fore the World Affairs !budget for 1960-61 was scheduled! Stories from Rome pointedly re- to come up for debate this morn-! was elected vice chairman by unanimous vote. Assemblyman John Crawford 'R-Marshfield i was elected secretary. agency that was formed by merg- ing several other long-established state departments. La Fave said the new unit gave too much authority 'to Joe E. Nus- batim, head of the department ap- pointed to his job by Gov. Nelson. Travis said plans call for intro- duction of legislation to repeal the law creating the agency. Before taking over his job, Nus- baum was Nelson's financial ad- viser. His appointment still lacks Senate confirmation. Troops Kill Seven MACAO (UPI) Chinese Com- Find One of Two Fliers After Jet, Tanker Collide r MILLINOCKET. Maine i the tanker crew was hospitalized I Marshall, Tex., le of two airmen who but the Air Force said it was planes had EAST bailed out of a B52 jet bomber Monday night after a collision with a tanker plane, was found in the snow-covered Maine wood- lands today. An Air Force spokesman said two parachutes were spotted on the ground by a helicopter which landed to pick up Capt. William Harris, 34, Middletown, Pa. He was taken to search headquarters at Macwahoc. The fate of Lt. David B. Mor- ris, 24, Corunna, Mich the navi- gator of the plane, was not im- mediately known. Temperatures were near zero during the night. Both had survival kits and the only a "precautionary" measure. Three of the men suffered minor injuries. The collision occurred shortly after the KC-97 four-engine tank- er and the jet bomber began a routine refueling operation. Airman 1-C Earl D. Gooch of Missile Blows Up Over Pacific Ocean said the two having trouble throughout the rendezvous be- cause the bomber's signal sys- tem wasn't working properly. He said the bomber came too close and "it seemed like he just jumped at us. Boy what a mess." The refueling boom punched through the bomber's fuselage, tearing a yard-wide hole. Inflam- mable fuel poured into the bomb- er and splashed over both planes. Harris and Morris, apparently VANDENBERG AIR FORCE; orders, bailed out of the BASE. Calif. Thor inter-! bomber. The Air Force said they mediate range missile blew up  port and is near the new multi- the property for 21 years. Stein Dalai Lama, exiled god-king- of million-dollar plant of the Scott isays Stevensor was a tenant or [Tibet, arrived in Bxwnbay MOB- Paper Co. and recognized for a four-day stay on Stevenson's lawyer, J. as having a superior title to to Buddhist IB Richeue, says the going price for land. 'inaia. L __. NEWSPAPER fi fi C H1V E   

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