On May 19, 1960, Beale Dixon’s home and car were bombed with dynamite. He told The Oregonian, “I just have no idea who would be wanting to do such a thing….” but many wondered if it was connected to a labor strike at the Tillamook cheese factory a year earlier that didn’t conclude until Oregon’s governor got involved. The Teamsters strike gained national attention. A few years later, Dixon’s mailbox was blown up during the Cheese War. In both cases, no one was arrested. Here’s the 1960 article from Tillamook’s Headlight-Herald on May 19.