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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and Uniled Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 6 1958 This Paper Consists of Two One No Hunt Widens for Slayer of Woman Probers Hear Rickover and Gavin ARMY MISSILE CHIEF FAMILY Lt Gen James Gavin the Armys missile chief who has announced his resignation plans because of disagreements over US policies in that field poses with his fam One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGlO pm Sundiy W01 Ames itilU pin Thursday IVTAU Quiiicj pm Thursday WSUI la City litim pm Saturday How a Broadway Smash Hit Is Born TI7HEN I come to the end of my reportorial career and look back over my shoulder for my biggest thrills Im quite sure that silting in with Mrs Hall on the Broadway opening of Iowareared Meredith Willsons great master piece The Music Man is one thatwjjl come to mind first i It was of course the first time I had ever sat in on a Broadway opening But that isnt the real reason why the experience stamped itself indelibly on my memory Nor was it that The Music Man is a musical show with charm and entertainment qualities equal to those of Okla homa South Pacific or My Fair Lady These were considerations I grant but the unforgcttability of the experience actually stemmed from something ever so much more personal 1 was look ing at the work of a friend anci neighbor a buoyant and dynamic personality known and esteemed for more years than either of us would admit unless required by court order to do so t j When atjthe ripe old age XWE ASSOCIATED PRESS I carneto Mason City to the mani A showdown is expected in the aging editorship of the newspaper National Security Council this over which I now preside as edtiweek between Secretary of State tor Meredith Willson was in thejDuucs and Harold E stassen on East seeking his spurs as a boylfuture TJS disarmament policy flutist That summer he came home to play in a hometown band beefed up with some big name instrumentalists Frank Simon later to gain renown as director r of radio Armco Band was the first chair cornetist From Success to Success Before long our newspaper was carrying storiesabout Meredith WillsorTs repeated successes first as solo flutist in the famous Sousa band hen solo flutist in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the great Toscanini then as conductor of his own symphonic orchestras in Seattle and San Francisco But Meredith Willson was ncv er one to rest on his laurels in any field of endeavor Thats why he turned to radio as director of music for the Maxwell House cof fee show later for the Big Show featuring Taliulah Bank head and his closing song May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You later still his own radio show with his charming wife Rini sharing honors with him It was thissame disposition notj to be satisfied with success thai led him into the field of composij lion For several months he wasj represented on the Hit Parade with two numbers You and I and Two in Love That was an unprecedented achievement Research Boss to Resign W9 WASHINGTON Adm Hyman G Rickover told the Sen ate Preparedness subcommittee Monday the Navys high com nand rejected a recommendation Tom him two years ago for con struction of a missilefiring atom ic submarine And Rickover said he is very much worried that it is almost too late to match the achievements of the Soviet Union in the general missile field Rickover who guided the devel opment of atomic undersea craft sard he had not originally pro pOSCd that nilHpMv mihmaj AP Photofax ily at their post home at Ft Myer Va Left to right are Patricia 6 Mrs Gavin Caroline 12 Chloe 3 and Aileen 6 The family pet is Laddie IDullesStassen on Arms Policy Expected at Council Session Stassen President Eisenhowerslthe Soviet representative Stasse chief disarmament adviser and negotiator has proposed liberal izing the policy His chief rec ommendation was reported to be denies this quipped to fire ballistic mis ties Made Recommendation But two years ago he said he convinced that such a iroject would be feasible and rec mmended that it be started Rickover testified behind closed loors but a briefing on his tcsti nony was given reporters by Sen yndon B Johnson the ubcommittee chairman Lt Gen James M Gavin who announced he intends to resign in March as the Armys research chief after recommending a re amping of the Joint Chiefs of itaff setup at the Pentagon testi fied Monday afternoon The subcommittee wanted to know if he was under any pres sure to step aside Gavin said he was resigning so he can be freer to write and talk about defense needs but some senators fense Administrator Leo Hoegh former Iowa governor stocks his imprevised atomic radiation shelter fixed up in the basement of his home in Springfield Md a su burb of Washington Water is put in used milk cartons and a twoweek supply of canned food is shelved in the shelter retreat Other items include a battery radio canned heat stove first aid kit kerosene lamp candles books and toys Hoegh is campaigning for more such private by residents in the large cities Mother Shot in Church Husband Is Only Suspect ROCK RAPIDS WVCarol Hos kins 22 Rock Rapids who had taken her baby to church to be baptized Sunday was slain in the pastors study Authorities are widening a search for her estranged hus band Jack Hoskins 30 Lamoni Sheriff Fred Tonne said a ear was stolen here a few hours after the shooting Roadblocks were set up in the vicinity of this north west Iowa community but Hos kins was not found The Rev Paul Frefman pas tor of the Congregational Church here said Mrs Hoskins arrived S Civil Be iai the dmcnwiih hm 2uiuiuu that the United Slates drop its inmen f question Eisenhower and sistence on halting atomic bomb Dulles are understood to want production as part of a twoyearjevidence of Soviet good faith The question of whether ther said he m valuable ri ht might be EastWest summit talks s this year hinges on the disarma ban on nuclear testing through new disarmament conces Dulles is understood to oppose sions before any summit confer this as doej Chairman Lewis iencc Strauss of the Atomic Energyj British Prime Minister Harold where he is US Strategy Out of Reports Rockefeller Group WASHINGTON UP A civilian study group says the nations Johnson said that Rickover ioldj strategy and military forces are out of step with the tempo of ar a the senators his recommendation for a missilefiring sub was turned down by the Navys sub marine officers More Under Construction missile age and need big changes and billions more in money Defense spending should be increased about three million dollars each year for the next several years said a special panel of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund It appears that the United States is rapidly losing its leadiin thc study uninjured Id baby Paul Frederick about pm Her husband arrived about 40 pm Recently Separated The couple had been separated since their return here from Sac ramento Calif in November The pastor said Hoskins showed great affection toward the child jefore the ceremony and had ears in his eyes while the pri vate sacrament was being per formed Immediately after the cere mony the pastor said Mrs Hos asked to be allowed to talk in private with her husband in the pastors study The Rev Mr Freeman said he then left the church Mrs Hoskins was found wounded on the floor of the pas tors study less than half an hour later by the pastors son John 11 She had two 22caliber bullet j wounds in the upper part of the and one in the head She i few hours later at a hos pital Baby on Table The baby was found on a table Commission Macmillan gave general indorsc Informants said Dulles and ment Saturday to the idea of suc Strauss cling to current US polCessful lowlevel talks being a icy which is that the Sovietpro rclude to aorsummit meeti Previously Sen Jackson Dover tilG USSR in thc military race the panel said in a report Mrs Hoskins had been living a member of the Senate PernaPs lnc nexl lwo years we still possess a superiority1 with hfir narrmts in prclude to aojrsummit meetias posed ban on nuclear test explojBut Macmillan went further than sions is acceptable provided thatilLS officiais seem inciined to in the first year progress is madclgo wnen he added in a televis toward creating an effective iniinn T Committee toldin stralegc striking power and any Soviet attack on us would mceland ast week had ited Stales does a cnishinS our position a year or two hence depends on Job Her husband not havearrvmissilefirinssubidecisions which must be taken immediately Unless present Armed Services reporters the United ion broadcast from London that good to sign a non he manijt ufacture of nuclear weapons iaggression pact with Russia Stassen is described as ready bow out if some of his ideas LS officials noted as they TxH aro not accepted He is known toihavc in lhe past that Rlissia f be thinking of running for nations already have Republican nomination for mvJa nonaggression pact This is ernnor of Pennsylvania embodied in the Uniled Nations HERBERT T BARCLAY Former City Manager Here Found Dead Dulles and Stassen have at odds since the London Eisenhower and Dulles are now ment talks with Russia last year putting the finishing touches on ended in deadlock Dulles sayslthe Presidents reply to a letter Stassen went beyond his instrucfrom Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul tions in private negotiations with ganin last month Bulganins chief proposals made also to marines under construction now Johnson said Rickover testified he had been able to develop the nuclear submarine when most Navy officers thought it would not be successful because he had been let alone and allowed to use some unusual methods of or ganization He said the subcommitlee to know why Rickover hasn used in the missile pro We intend to pursue ter and find out why a man of Adm Rickovers proven ability Rockwell Youth Loses Fingers in Rocket Test her parents in Rock Rapids taken an office went to live a relative injVmes reversed the world balance Sheriff Tonne said Hoskins of power will shift in favor of to Rock Rapids last Sat Soviet bloc iirday afternoon and had been Summing up findings in a studystayinS at a hotel which began in 1956 the panel Hoskins returned to the hotel concluded among other tne Tonne said that itnat a red Paika which Hoskins Rcim legy lags behind d in technology and land ivoters in ana 1945 He went to Kansas City Mo as industrial engineer of the Cham Herbert T Barclay city of Commerce He left that po ycinciu jagcr of Mason Citv from 1935 tojsltion about a year later to join B or good measure he mcmonalt Civil Aeronautics Administra T T thc bcllvcd 0r morning in his Des Moines aparttion In 1946 he was named as Mclntire with a distinguished ent Thc pjlk Coumv coroncr sislant state engineer for the CAA symphonic number which dcalh was Muscd a hearlin lowa wide acceptance Along the wayaMack he took time out of his busy life1 lo write three stimulating books The Gibson Mortuary Kansas And There I Stood With My bc charge of colo Who Did What to Fifuncral arrangements A brother delia and Eggs I Have Wu 1S ln a New Field to Conquer I It was this same divine diswould bc hcld m Kansas Cltv municipal airport He resignediotncr Western chiefs were to shcrifF said was a carton which tional complacency Rockwell High School basketball i player was holding the has been kept out of the project jin his hand stuffing it with Called Patchwork 2 Strategy as evolved bv Freeman said Wilbur F that his1 daughter called at 3 pm and asked him to come and pick her the up he said jJoint Chiefs of Staff is palchj Mrs Hoskins apparently was matches According to witnesses r Adm Rickover told us thattooone of the matches United compromise among lheshot a few minutes later 0 rival armed forces Thc Joint Her father a Rock Rapids m of Staff man arrived above five many present projects are hamiting off Ihc explosive inside thci I for they are doing New Cold Wave Seen for lowa Strong norlnwesterly winds Rule on Mason City Firms Appeal Car Goes Into Ditch May City Man Killed its sometimes1 MrBarclay had been managerpumped colder air southward into appeal filed by SIBLEY Vernon Brockshus 28 of May City in Osceola County WASHINGTON LRThe fally injurcd Sunday nighl Court Monday agreed to u C3r Went a tlecp validity of an income tax whichdllJ a Sravcl road Alinnesoti Icvios nn rnrnnrAiinnc nc actKlcnt occurred about 10 MiuiKuid ICMCS on corporauons cnnHmact i not subject to its excise tax on southcast of siblcy I come but engaged in interstate business within the stale The levy was challenged in an id left Mason City after theiban nuclear tests and hold apcred by conferences and comrocket It blew up in his hand Matt functions m itcrs had abandoned the cityhighlcvel conference on outlawi mittees and the continual demand of en as a commillec ot partisan minutes at anager form of government iniing war offering justification for what 7 11 Supreme Court to after receiving the call the Rev Mr Free I service strategic plans and com mans son John to go into the promising service differences j church and summon his daughter 3 Combined commands should i The boy found Mrs Hoskins lying be created in which land sea and wounded on the floor of the study air units would come under a sinHe said lie had heard three cx gle commander with the composiplosions before he entered tha tion of the combined force patchurch jterncd to the mission ii fsc Student 1 perform Even more startling to lhe obi The ministers son apparently was the only person to Hos SAME murk rug mi ins traffic dcalh m p I hours t content as called that led Meredith Willsonof a Des Moines liquor store for into the field of musical comedy i several years He had lived alone cold wave by Tuesday Monday promising a newjstates Portland Northwestern Cement Co The Weathe a Mason City lowa The company n aVan age when most of us aresincc the death of his wife some The Weather Bureau prcdictcdhas a small sales office in Minnci Y ucclcasinS windsj day Little precipitation v night wouldiapolis but ships all its mcrchan vllh cold wave Monday night sequence is expected I I III no mil I I willing to avoid adventure andyears he failed to readings Monday 51 it ntnncfii f n peril Acclaim such as BroadwayjPort for work Monday morningbe from zero to 10 below in northdise by rail from Iowa directly toj DCIOW Lucsday has bestowed on onlv a selectemployes tried unsuccessfully to east zero lo 10 above in thepurchasers i few has come to the former lowan at age 55 That isnt and especially in Meredith Will telephone him southwest Lows early Monday The company refused to pay the generally fair and cold zero to 10 above high Harold Wolfe former Masoniranged from 23 at Spencer to 33Minnesota levy and state courts Much Mondiv i itv anrl i c rt City police chief and formerjat Davenport then decided it owed more than low near 5 above northcasi 8 am C I II VI I 1T 1 VH IW OCV t servers of mihtary tracliton vvas kins lcave the ch h Th b groups proposal that all oltisalrt Moskini d him jn h MlicerS above onesar rank cease church d and said ui R d to be idcntifcd wKh an mdividua Thc Rcv Mr Frccman said service becoming officers o Hoskins vas a at lowa the armed forces of the Unitcdstate n Amcs or about six weeks in 1W6 He said Mrs j 15000Word Report I Hoskins was an ISC graduate in i This nongovernmental asesshome economics The Hoskins f nient of whats wrong with dewere married Dec 2 1956 at fense issued in a 13000word reBoono port became available to the T A Thompson chief of the Minnesota Much colder highpublic while the White House Bureau of Criminal Investigation Tuesday 5 to 5 above jkopt secret the report of its owivsnid pictures were being flown lo ipresidentially picked iailher Hock Rapids of a Jack Hoskins GlobeGazette weather data upctmmittee of Lamoni who was arrested in sons case But neither is it chairman of the State Liquor Con young trcl Commission went to niRn of 42 degrees Sundaylycais in33 through 1918 The Min Fivc years ago It was that iapartmcnt He was a close fncndjwhjic Davenport and Supreme Court in uphold first heard of his musical comedyof Mr BarclaV Wolfe and nlc wjth highs ofinS the tax said it applied to acFiveday lowa Temperatures will Lamoni and Spencer shared ihelSlOTOOO in income taxes for Ihcj ncar 15 scmthwcst Tuesdiv fair and codcr Minimum At 8 am I i wil u W II I II plans After lunching with WillsoniaParlmcnt custodian found thcl34 Mason City had 38 at Hollywoods Brown Derby body Parllv dressed on the bed Mrs Hall and I with our Julliard Thc coroner said Mr Barclay School daughter Nancy spent an evidently had died while prepar nirr afternoon in his lovely Brentwood hillside home reading the lyrics CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 ing for bed Sunday night While city manager here Bar clay was in charge of the con struction of the million dollar ROE DIES tivities of the firm which had be come localized in the slate Appealing the company con PORTSMOUTH England its business was cxclusivc Sir Alliot VerdonRoe 80 one ly interstate and was protected of Britams aviation development against such taxation by the corn pioneers died in a hospital here mcrcc clause of the U S Con Sunday stitution Minimum average near lo slightly below VEAK AGO normal Monday night through Maximum Saturday Normal highs 2fi north to 34 south Normal lows 8 north to 15 south Turning colder Mon day night and again about Thursday Warmer Wednesday and again on Friday or Satur Thc icport says the United Des Moines in November 1952 States does have some military I for attempted robbery advantages over Russia The man arrested in Dos superior industrial bnsiand pro1 Monies was sentenced to a five duclior knowhow t system of yoar term in Fort Madison State alliances superior to those of UusPenitentiary and was released sia because they are based 14 1955 on expiration of his free association instead of the term At the time of his arrest he GlobeGazelle weather data forced claimed he was suffering from to 8 a m Sundav j superior operational exporioncejcancer of the spine and had only longrange bombers superiorIS month lo live A medical cx Maximum 0 llorc flexible naval powerlamination showed ho did not have Minimum 6 iespecially surface naval 11   

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