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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited lotthe Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH OWANS NEIGHBORS E VOL LXIV Associated Prtsi and United Press full Wires ceau copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1957 Thla ol Two Condition of President Is Signs Documents Conducts Business TESTIMONY Chairman Lyndon Johnson les Bridges sions as they listen to testimony on missile development by top scientists The two are members of the senate Preparedness Subcommittee which is conducting a lullscale hearing into the reasons behind this coun try s lag in long range missiles Parley Likely to Proceed Nixon Would Replace Ike PARIS United States is wiling to go ahead with next months NATO summit confer ence with Vice President Nixon sitting in for ailing President Ei senhower a spokesman for the US delegation said Wednesday Whether the conference will be held on that basis is up to the 14 nations in the Missile Inquiry Widened BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP De fense Secretary Neil H Mc Elroy announced Wednesday that production has been or dered of both the Armys Jupi terand the Air Forces Thor Both are 1500milerange bal listic missiles KKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Demo cratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson called Wednesday for a stream lining of the nations missile and satellite programs as a necessary step in bettering Russia in space weapons The Texas Democrat told news men the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee which he heads will widen its scope and inquire very carefully into who is run ning what The subcommittee called back Central Intelligence Director Al len W Dulles and his chief aides for further questioning behind closed doors on what they know about Russias missiles Sput niks war industry and overall military power Pattern Clear Johnson said the one clear pattern that has emerged in the first two days of the broad in vestigation is the extreme diffi culty of pinning down lines of authority in the missile and satel lite program I do not believe in shaking everything up and turning things upside down he said But we will have to find out how to streamline the organization Progress Criticized Several scientists testifying so far also have criticized the mis sile and satellite programs for weaknesses in organization and line of authority Dr John P Hagen director of the US stellite project Van guard Tuesday called for im mediate creation of a single gov The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and colder through Thursday chance of a few snow flurries Wednesday night Low Wednes day night about 18 High Thurs day 35 Iowa Cloudy and colder Wed nescry night low in 20s north west 30s southeast Cloudy and colder Thursday light rain or snow north FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Wednesday night through next Monday will average 3 to 5 de grees below normal Normal highs 36 north to 42 south Nor mal lows 19 north to 25 south Cooling trend beginning early in period and continuing through Saturday Precipitation will av erage onetenth to twotenths of an inch occurring as rain or snow mostly in northern Iowa Thursday and over the state again about Monday Minnesota Clearing and colder Wednesday night with low 515 extreme north to lower 20s ex treme south Thursday mostly cloudy occasional light snow northwest and extreme north high 2532 north 3035 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 28 31 28 15 and space ship pro ernmenl agency to control all satellite grams Allen Dulles said thai Russia is encountering growing diffi culty in maintaining its high level of military spending and at the same lime improving liv ing conditions of the people SAME IBUek llxg means traffic death In past il hours Forest City Voters OK School Site Tuesday decided on the west site for the new high school A total of 1662 votes were cast 100 more than in the indecisive vote Nov 22 The west site 25 acres known as the Hanson Huckley and Er dahl properly was chosen over the alternate south site 1009 o 641 There were 12 spoiled bal lots Thorson Thorson and Madson architects stated hey will im mediately begin w o r k on the plans for he high school Funds for its construction were au thorized when the voters passed a bond issue at a special election Nov 15 Thc plans arc expected to be ready for bids in April or early May Ottumwa Woman Is Victim of Fire OTTUMWA lflJasephine Fied ler 82 burned to death Tuesday in a backyard bonfire at her home here Her body was discovered two and who called a meet Soviet threats PaulHenri Spaak of Belgium NATO secretary general was re the meeting rangements for President Eisenhowers trip when the President became ill gives First reported reaction was that they would agree Informed sources in London said the British government feels the conference should go on as scheduled with Nixon as the top US representative They said the British view was that the meeting still should be held at the heads of government level and that there should be no post ponement Similar reactions were expressed by France Italy and the Netherlands Regular Session The US spokesman said the American offer will be communi cated to other NATO nations Thursday at the regular NATO Council session here He said those instructions were relayed to Frederic Nolting dep uty US representative for NATO Noltin will be substitut ing at Thursdays meeting for the permanent US delegate W Randolph Burgess who now is in Washington It was not disclosed who in Washington issued the instruc tions to Nolting Presumably tney came from Secretary of uled briefings of congressional State Dulles and Nixon himself with Eisenhowers approval Express Dismay Spokesmen in some Western European capitals had expressed dismay at the prospect of meet ing without Eisenhower in a ses sion intended to increase mili tary and scientific cooperation to AP Photofax IKE STILL CALLING THE SIGNALS rear and the public in his ab Nixon Subbing for Eisenhower lV A x T WASHINGTON W Vice Presi dent Nixon stepped gingerly into the role of a parttime substitute for ailing President Eisenhower Wednesday giving clear notice Eisenhower will continue to call the signals on government poli cies Bridges who heads the Senatelview Republican Policy Committee said he thinks Nixon should take over the leadership in routine matters for the President carry A i u c T 4ui me rieaiueiu carry NH thTS y r ds the wishes Mi that Nixon take over for thejand policy of the President stricken President at two sched Personally I think he should leaders to get Eisenhowers approval Cloudy Cooler Is Iowa Forecast and the President would want him to Bridges said Sen Saltonstall of Massachu Propose Gas Service to More Towns OMAHA Natural Gas Co said Wednesday it is asking the Federal Power Com G f me uni cm y s lUWCSlj French official sources said thepoint from 28 degrees as to speed consideration of L u DrODOSals tn sunn v OQC tn IIA iirp anu Things have to go on he said Council meetings Ine government cant stop i Dl and cooler weather with temperatures in the 30s and low 40s was forecast Wednesday for Thanksgiving Day The Weather Bureau said cool ca i j IT MO A V4 Jk Ir U U lUUl ported polling NATO members to weather was moving toward see what they wanted to do about Iowa after a mild Tuesday night lin which the mercurys lowest French government sees Cilv lo 44 at Ottumwa son for postponing the NATO Tnc colcl fronL was expected to jummil session or for downgradcovcr state ing it to an ordinary Weather Bureau said istcrial Council meeting lhcrc is a chance of some light sa Normally the foreign defense r snw norlhcrn Iowa i r i nanKsgiving Day and litiancc ministers of the 15 nations meet here every Decem ber for their annual review ses sion This meeting which would supply gas to 134 Mi Dakota and But Sen Carroll DColo com mented that Its one thing to carry out policy and another to make it Nixon held further conferences with presidential staff members Wednesday at the While House where he spent most of Tuesday Americans to Give Thanks for Blessings BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Americans prepared Wednes day to give thanks for still an other years harvest of freedom and abundance but the shadow of President Eisenhowers ill ness darkened somewhat the usual joyful spirit of the time samc time lhc be held concurrently with the summit talks fixes the NATO FOREST CITY Voters here Alliance military preparedness goals for the coming year SLIGHT PROFIT m announced plans to ask approval of a 66 jmilliondollar expansion program IK morc com network in 1958 adding nmunilies to its DES MOINES 1957nuimcs lo Ls Pclinc network wa Slate Fair showed a slieht n aml in North Da lowa Slate Fair showed a slight profit this year despite a drop in attendance Lloyd Cunningham secretary of the Iowa State Fair Board said Wednesday Prayers for the Presidents j swift and complete recovery will gas i be said Thursday in many morn ing religious services which have been an integral part of Thanks giving ever since the Pilgrims first celebrated it Otherwise reports from across the country indicated that Ameri cans will follow the patterns set in past years They will rush from city to country from lo city and from village to village jam ming trains planes buses and private cars to join friends and relatives for the day Some will make it a fourday weekend To accommodate all railroads air lines and bus companies scheduling extra facilities are laying across the fire by nieces Mrs Walter Smith kola Illinois and Wisconsin The Iowa communities which Northern proposes to serve under its 1958 expansion include Alexander Allison Aplington Brislow Buffalo Center Calmar jChapin Crcsco Dccorah Du jmont Fayctte Hanlontown Lati mer Mescrvey Ossian Postvillo JRuthven Waukon West Bend j West Union and Whiticmore Air Force Jets Set West to East Coast Record NEW YORK Air Force Voodoo jet scl a new West o East Coast record Wednesday of 3 hours 5 minutes and 392 seconds Piloted by 1st Li Gtistav B Klatt 29 San Marcos Tex the swcptwing jet which took offLnnrn from Los Angeles flashed over Floyd Bennett Field at iyuuuia tunning pm faster than the speed of flore wnich adjoined the gutted KnnnH Western AlltO Sforr EAT HEARTILY MY DEAR The eves of mer Cecilc Dionne of quintuplet fame are only for her bridegroom Philippe as they eat spaghetti Blaze Hits Store at Creston CRESTOV SCOnoO fire Bridges who heads the Senate general with this emerged he might preside over Cabinet and National Security Major Problems But in response to what hi called a hypothetical question about who in the governmen would make a decision on retali ation if Russia suddenly attacked Western Europe the vice presi dent replied Any decision requiring presi dential action could be made b President poblem that require presidential decision where the President alone ca act will be put to the President can vvijjcu aimo iNixon thus made it clear billion dollars from values while some thought had been giv who determines when a president is disabled Showers Shaves Himself Speech Is Still Slightly Impaired FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower made such excellent progress Wednesday toward re covery from his cerebral attack that his doctors let him resume a rew presidential duties A brief medical bulletin at noon the fourth since the Presi dent became ill Monday after noon said that His progress to date has been excellent White House Secretary James Hagerly supplemented this ith the observation that though the President still suffers a slight speech impairment he is im proving greatly The Presidents doctors have said he must rest for several weeks as a result of Mondays attack diagnosed as an occlu sion of a small branch of a cere bral vessel His Activities But Wednesday the Conferred with Vice President Richard M Nixon and Presi dential Assistant Sherman Adams for about 15 minutes Signed his name 12 times to official documents initialed an other and discussed White House business with Brig Gen Andrew J Goodpaster the White House staff secretary He did so while seated in an easy chair in his bedroom Did some oil painting chatted with Mrs Eisenhower and called m his brother Dr Milton E EN senhower president of Johns Hop kins University for lunch The stock market meanwhile rebounded sharply from the drub bing it took Tuesday on the de layed announcement of the Presi dents illness ThP advance re t j stored more than four billion dol lars to market values Tuesdays sharp decline wiped almost five Hagerty said the President was v 0 jj coiVJUHL W3S en to the he had no inhaving difficulty pronouncing cer tenhon of attempting to assume tain words but that he found it any authority because of presi dential disability The Constitution is silent on amusing It was the speech im pairment that first tipped doctors off to his ailment Not Called Stroke Although a stroke is the lav w h e n a vice mans term for what happened to president takes Eisenhower the White House con over and whentnucd to balk t h e disability31 calling it ends No even a president h a sjmild Hag ever taken over ertv sad in re the duties ccpt after ex the NfXON death of a prcs i d e n t Eisen hower has pro posed that the Constitution be amended to auth orize the Cabinet to decide on disability but Congress has not acted on the issue Grim Unsmiling The vice president grim and unsmiling said his return to he White House Wednesday did not mean he was assuming extra du ties during the Presidents illness I generally come lo the While House when there are discus sions in which I can be helpful commented Nixon who is regarded as a v ivoo I U I Slil I 111 riro IT o swept through the c u i r vui ptevidential nominating Associate Store in the heart of lhc Crcslon business district Tuesday night Fire departments from Crcslon Osccola and Corning fought the blaze for 21i hours bceS 1960 nomination has avoided any appearance of try ing lo take over thcMop office in two previous Eisenhower illness fore they finally brought it undcrf Thc Evans Brothers clothing miiu u o ivy iv i trcctvUu The new mark surpasses and watcr datrageNo one ws i blaze record of 3 hours 22 minutes se7was inurcd in by a Navy F8U Crusader last NO MENTION Three other jets in Klatls Aged Man Struck by Auto Is Killed DES MOINES UP Charles Boudewyn 90 an old age pension er was fatally injured Tuesday evening wher he was struck by a I i i ni iumiit I married last Saturday He is a Montreal TV technician 1329 ami IKE steered away sponse to ques tions that he had talked to the Presidents doc tors about use of the word stroke and that they quite advisedly had from use of the term They do not regard the word as a medical term the press secre tary said and feel that it is asso ciated in the public mind with the idea of paralysis or brain hem orrhage In Eisenhowers case Hagerty added there has been no paraly sis and no hemorrhage Slept Well Earlier the Presidents tor Gen Howard Snyder reported he slept well awoke refreshed doc had and A brief medical bulletin said Eisenhower took his usual show er and shave and just had a nor mal breakfast Hagerty laughed off at his news conference a reporters re quest for comment on two Lon don newspapers suggestions that Eisenhower would resign Just say I laughed and said I havent any reaction Hagerty replied Hagerty said he thought the President looked very well He also said that he thought that the President w o u 1 d snenri Thanksgiving hero at he White House The President had   

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