Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 7, 1956, Ironwood, Michigan 24 hr. period to 31 20 16. Previous 24 hr. 32 18. Year High 20: Low 15. year to 33.75 in. Season's snow 84.3 in. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE cloudy with occasional snow flurries tonight and Low tonight 8-14. high Saturday 15-20. Outlook for Sunday Mostly cloudy and cold with VOLUME 38, NUMBER 16. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED NEWS SERVICE FRIDAY DECEMBER 7, 1956. TWELVE PAGES SINGLE COPY 7 Threaten New Hungary More Bloodshed Kadar Government Warned by Workers By ENDRE MARTOX Hungary Legless and Blind Mingle With Police Say LANSING The downtown know people are streets are mobbed with toward but we'd rather give mas carols are sounding them jobs than have them from somewhere over a public ing on sympathy and dress cash registers are i he jingling inside the stores and you I Then he outlined the state's have cash and are full of for the physically mas outside the five and j on the Study New U. S. Dollar Aid To Allies in Western Europe go along feeling Eisenhower Hits new general strike and bloodshed j the blind singing in Unions are mostly sympathetic j In Hungary was threatened quavering edge their way j to the but it's 4 The Workers Council through the crowds with the cup sometimes hard to place the At I JOT 3 me council is j handicapped in big a proclamation warning you drop change in the i Soviet imposed government of Cup and feel a good Last Peckham Premier Janos Kadar that j The state agencies charged with agency took 158 people off public of its tactics taking care of the blind and assistance rolls with a total cost 1- u handicapped take a dim of and placed them in ed worker represents uyes would SQ do jobs to cut down the cost to blind and physically 1000. and a new national do Paul chief of the i The Central Workers a said Lansing i sion of services for the blind for j On Army Plans Billion Budget For Services Eyed By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH Ga. President Eisenhower complained to gradually emerged as the police Chief Paul the State Welfare leadership of 1 come in here every year and we so is unsympathetic toward the anti-Soviet Kadar so try to clean them idea of any blind person begging far has turned down every de- the officer on the beat is on the mand of the council on behalf to look the other He place all the blind people the people and but his want to be seen who are he WUson today that own popular support has been so around a or a blind unemployable are taken care of military budget shaky that he has not dared Ralf A. director of of maybe not too well and maybe ures and manpower plans to the ly to withdraw his recognition of the State Office of Vocational Re- some of the street musicians is that's to the body as the negotiating has a similar come from their for Budapest The Hungarian people appeared to have recovered from the first shock of the smashing onslaught by Russian tanks of Nov. 4, and to be coming back i The council's warning was voiced as the result of the ar- rest of many members of factory j worker Several more were arrested Thursday i i after 50 j bers had been workers j several plants went on At one 600 workers successfully defied Soviet i and Hungarian militia and Give Eden Cabinet Vote of Confidence Sir Anthony Accorded proved that the publication was in 1 spite internal dissension over the lWO reporter strike newsmen assigned to cover the The President remarked about the matter as he and Wilson were about to start a conference on Pentagon plans reportedly calling for 38 billion dollars in defense ex- during the fiscal starting next July 1. i The informal discussion about of Pentagon data in advance of. any official release for the presence of s representing Some See Need For a New Type Marshall Plan Help Great Nixon Tells Auto Men BULLETIN WASHINGTON The i ury today announced a new rowing of nne billion dollars to be I used in. part to defray the cost of possible financial aid to j confronted with i lion of its sold and dollar reserves by the has asked for waiver of an 82-miliion-dollar in- terest payment due the United j States Dec. 31. Britain also plans to draw on the International Fund for a large The new borrowing will bring the national debt close to the 278 billion dollar imposed by j LEAVE EGYPT British troops wave from transport as the vessel sails from Port Last night in London the House of Com- mons gave the Eden government a vote of con- on its Middle East via radio from Given His Government House LONDON press said the fin ence Quarters at the Augusta party took a new hold on d tional fluh fkn email r bers than all other parties in the were LOO permit all newsmen to be on for the start of the So the rest were j strikes would serve the thT Conservatives who resented by Charles Roberts of I Interest of the government be- was 3 direct slap at Eden by Newsweek magazine and John in Conservative backers of a tougher Edwards of the American Sf night the who casting Co. government beat down a they would indicate the was not the master of the in the Hinted to Replace Hoover and Aidrich By M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON The i hower administration is beginning a major policy review from which I it is possible there may emerga recommendations for a new gram of dollar aid to U.S. allies in Western Top officials are deeply worried i both by the split with Britain and i France following the 1 crisis and bv the impact on their Executive Committee j vacancy left by the death of Judge economies of the closing of the Suez Canal and the loss of Middle Eastern Some authorities Whitney McManman Endorsed May Take Posts BY Democratic Group Albert Given Democrat Club Nod i Thomas J. The tee has nine Last night the Gogebic Democratic an organization country may be confronted with believe this They later reported that Wilson now constitutes names i a neea to a. new program Veres and Aron jn The Communist Budapest radio i The first 67-vote bowed today that strikes in coal i ending June 30. called them a against the Believe Missile Lands in Jungle Previous reports have said coal mines have about 30 per rent of their But relief supplies built up for Hungary's the cist regime began exporting freight cars i carrying 465 pics arrived in j tria for the Christmas i More shipments were Vienna officials said orders for Force said today a runaway thc were placed before cd missile is presumed tn have the revolt broke out and the landed somewhere in the Brazilian munist state expert company possibly in the area of the patently trying to show that in Hungary was returning to The understood to have No Hint Whether Runaway Is Armed WASHINGTON The Koover Jr. undersecretary The came after a two-day But Wilson reportedly of state and Whitney as a likely policy debate during which pared the proposed new total from choice for U. S. ambassador to the Conservative party's about 44 billion dollars the Air Great nation to ride out the storm and Navy and Army would like a millionaire hanp on to government control to man and reportedly set forth by Acting Prime i has indicated he would be willing Minister E. A. heading the The Pentagon budget does take over the ambassadorial while Eden is include such national security post now held by Winthrop W. ine Jamaica and regarded items as stockpile material many Eden's heir atomic Neither the Whitney himself could not be ssid Butler fense Department nor the Atomic reached comment on the re- a long Me before Energy Commission ever dis- port. j closes spending for nuclear Herter conferred in Washington I on but some with I mates for the next fiscal and State Dep up to two billion i concerning his Family Takes Six Are Indicted In Election Probe Taylor Township Officials Named tO ill Doth White House DETROIT W Six Taylor to Gov. G. who officials shin including the com- has the power of appointment to n nas c anticipated police chief and a police fill the vacancy until the spring S tm of various labor groups The had the possibility of some new ing lasted close to Program in mind in a New The endorsement will be sent to speech Thursday he Gov. referred to Great Britain's been reported that a clal troubles and ing of the Gogebic believe it is in our interest of which Re- as ds theirs to assist them in ino Hauta of Bessemer is i thls hour of and I am also will be held in regard confident that there will be strong the court bipartisan support m the The executive committee which for granting this morning drew up its en- Nixon cua not say a in the form of a re- recommendation for such aid also which will be forwarded would be certain to encounter opposition in been increasingly re- vote purely economic aid to Town Becomes Christmas City has let it be known he of the 1955 arold vlor The flick of to a Korean prison camp and warning have been B closed circuit over munist the 24-year-old The program Wilson has new ambassador is the Atlantic but the missile failed embraced his crying parents r go into the intended at a New Orleans airport was under radar 10 tor the and from the post and 9 for the er named him in 1953. staring James C. White House The course was supposed The missile More time mav elapse before a M- indictments T who was named in by Circuit Kc appeared confused e him tbi surveillance as far as the coast r i n T nf Tuscola County into Ol lean's at 5 p.m An Air Force spokesman said That will bo the official that because no of the for a of colored lights missile's landing had re- to go on one end of main it is probable that it came to the Christmas to earth in some lights will be turned on to habited jungle If this is the the wreckage home the of A replica of the villa Be nf that airplanes have has boon erected on a and never been acre hillside town fnr the There was no indication the hich point of the holiday sile carried a warhead or a pageant of the mas Drc 16 Ther A cast of 200 townspeople will as to take part in the to go ing scenes from the Biblical or a combination of factors could count A pageant choir has re- have caused the including corded special Christmas music the failure of electronic WOS O the ment or of tlic control surfaces of the winced There have been a of previous test all of which have been successful and havo been according to 1ho Air Force spokesman ahead and his lips continually i press said budget rj II D When he stepped down ning for the Defense Department I MOVC TO Bring U. r. from the nlane he did not notice and other government agencies I ntn Air family and m the now is in its final mTU Mlr The over all budget will go to But his Congress next ana aunts rsn to him and i election In addition to those in- today William township clerk of Taylor which is a suburb of Marvin chief of the iers Strande At Polar Camp Jet Engine Stay With Seabees LANSING A postponed meeting to bring the Upper police sula into a gathering statewide township's 2 i Dl drive fnr better air service Polio thank We love Michigan will be held in Escanaba who cried his mother Mrs. Henry I next the State John lln O' for the township's water Since he and another American Poland I Originally set for the By DON GUY MCMURDO Antarctica t a greater share of the cost of free world defenses and of liberalized i trade with such countries as Brit- am and It includes also 1 the concept of a more tic U.S. attitude toward Allied tions not in line with American as in the case of the i attack on NEW YORK President Nixon urges financial aid to Brit- ain as a result of the Suez speaking Thursday night at the 42nd annual National Auto- mobile Show Dinner at the also said a 23-membcr Seabee irce building a base there who changed his mind about today announced session wa's called off because of Everett rubbish r Geophysical inK in reached Hone closing of a number of factories bad flying weather The lector for the Konc Nov 23. Wilson has told and a sweeping cut in railway i tics department is Catherine in- Named as a j the not a was Michael R i c in township building bags from survival Concerning the President's j kits and in al sne of the proval or disapproval of Nixon's I three shelter seabees stand regarding financial aid for have built last two The grounded plane is a there thing in io. nas ioia ana a sweeping cut in railway tics is garnering was nn word just want to go passenger It was part formation to be presented in reason home night he 5 drastic campaign to meet so-called Great Lakes case into its turn mother's coal i At President Eisenhower's vacation White House press tary James Hagerty said tha President did not see or clear Nixon's address in advance but knew he was going to make Certainly Paid to Use Your That was customer's man used a Globe to sell his truck and Tho nn only three find the outfit sold Here's the 19SI truck and license included cood Phone 0000. 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The mechanics will have president knows the policies of I rough work repairing or the Prudent near the end of ing the crippled engine m By JIM BECKER sailor on the launch rattling I have been PEARL HARBOR through his prepared changes in warfare in the 15 Battleship an American flag as low as 30 Even though this missile once the battleships were moored The launch makes s wide swing the flies from a platform some 50 a mass of valuable row on targets and stops at the beginning of the aircraft carrier taken feel It marks the niral information will have been the Japanese planes which stretch of over the battleship The battleship where John H. Hagerty said that j of Stale Dulles was the Nixon speech Crew members are Cmdr. in obtained from the smashed 15 age and buoys as guided missile vessel may 1.102 men from an apprentice Capt. 1_ t D day take the role of the men t. B rear records of tlic missile 2 trim little motoi launch ties while in up every in the space of about a carrier The apparent 3.000 mile flight Some 100 tourists walk slowly seven American battleships i we don't concentrate iur oan from the may have set a Previous chatting in were moored when the Japanese ships in the harbor like we of the oil unofficial reports have said thru awestruck the scene Four were sunk Those We keep belter that the Arizona both said Snark missiles have flown only where madi and tlu were damaged out to You never see anything never raised to the David J. Benito several Bulgarians were Word and Stan Turkey 2.000 miles Convoy Makes Run Without Difficulty fit i 7 United States plunged into World Some 2.000 men torn to i like it 7' any i Wai 11. the day that live bits in the explosions The launch in Divers who attempted the Emmet H Gai killed their torches aviation burned to death Jr. the naming sunken battleship Utah Some six firc 01j Clair F. Jones Jr They wear aloha waters of harbor oil spilled feet of the ship's deck sticks Thp i 111., electronics i and cotton print Many 1 from stricken ships and from the water at a crazy and others arrested during between demonstrators in number of com- in neighboring I have cameras slung around their i fire from incendiary The deck is concrete j BERLIN The U. S. Army i necks The children are trapped below decks of ships on I The Utah was taken out of service I sent its weekly truck convoy j most unnaturally silent and their way to the in 1937 and used by the Navy through East Germany Huge of black smoke as s bombing target today without serious difficulty The day is brilliant trade poured up and the harbor may take photographs The convoy was stopped winds rustic much m- on throughout thy night ot America's the sailor keep Wednesday by Russian Dec. 7, 194] first hectic 2-4 hours at war i the cameras pointed cit thr part planes swept in from the guards who insisted on searching The launch passes s Some of the battleships were re- the trucks for scrubbed Navy one of The convoy commander re- only half a dozen or so ships in j fused to permit so the con- the giant j voy returned to headquarters in The I West Todav the Russians whirls to fight on during the but the Japanese of the Utah you see out of the The let the convoy The Russians told the scanning the U. S Pearl had radai Army Thursday wore radar warning from an Army The Pacific Adm. ping thoir desire to search outpost reached Folix B. Stump whose 1 with one made the launch chugs up radar scope the battleship concept of To the where the nel tho carrier pine for an can at dock massod with their handful of ships in Never again will Pearl Harbor 19-11. and a present such a juicy The band of the Arizona for the raising of the Owen Paper took place Sam when the aviation Thursday and that Sofia radio an- James D. Dawson an had been aviation Daniel aviation electronics and Minor B. eight minutes later shel aviation was on the A bomb plunged down her main a in of the men below never knew what hit The visitors watch the ened water lap quietly against the asks a little did they bomb Pearl jern military between Ot ships iii Pearl tors are atop a j folded wings pointed toward the or ihn and West Dec. 7." the the sprawling I Russia's Face Slapped By Italian Government ROME slapped Russia's diplomatic face today by I barring Mikhail powerful i i secretary of the Russian i don't the nist party's central or it was a terrible from attending the righth con- gress of the Italian lOMTin IJ 5- i X S.