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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Piess United Press Pull Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1958 This Paper Consists ol One No 77 Predict Quick Passage of Money Bill Decision by Gavin Is Final Wont Change Plans to Quit FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Lt Gen James M Gavin Army research chief told senators Wednesday that his decision to retire March 31 is final despite Pentagon of fers of choice assignments and promotion to fourstar rank I can do better for the Army outside than in Gavin said The general stated his position to a closed session of the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee Afterward Sen Lyndon Bi Johnson the subcom mittec chairman read to news men some of the statements Gav in had made Gavin sat beside Johnson as the senator made this report Sen Jackson DWash indi cated in an interview that he hadj received the impression that Gav in was chiefly unhappy about whatj he felt was insufficient funds for Army research Research Budget He isnt interested primarily in a promotion Jackson said He knows he could not with in tegrity defend this years Army r budget for research and develop WASHINGTON W Secretary m Voo LT i Congress Awaits Message HardHitting Address Seen WE WERE COMING IN FOR A LANDING SEE WHEN tonio Tex manage broad smiles despite face cuts and bruises received when their light plane broke in half AP Pliotofax on landing at a local ailport The craft struck a rut eaused bounced into the air and then crunched into the ground The result was this can opener effect WASHINGTON Wi President1 Eisenhower was described by a high government official Wednesj day as ready to back his request for new missile and air defense funds with a hardhitting message to Congress This official who has seen ad vance drafts of the State of the Union address Eisenhower will deliver in person Thursday said This is not a message of plati tudes or complacency lie asked not to be quoted by name The President intends to tackle the major problems hcadon he said It will be a vigorous mes sage that we believe will has forced the approval of most members ancl seizeci an American MAJ HOWARD CURRAN US Plane Pilot Held by Albania ROME Red Albania re Defense Items Wanted To Supplement Present Budget Superhighway PpfjcAi 4LI r CF fill III Costs Climb Billion ment Sen Syming Gavin spent much time testifying to the superiority of the Soviets ground forces both in numbers jof Commerce Weeks reported to Eastern Storm NEW YORK typi A fierce winter storm cost at least 27 lives Congress Wednesday that the esmoved northeast toward the Canadian maritime provinces Wednes ton saidtimatcd CQSl of compicting the day after purnmeling the East Coast from Maine to Florida nations 41000mile superhighway network has jumped 10 billion dollars with a staggering variety of elements Weathermen termed it one of the most intense coastal storms Congress Applauds Action jet trainer plane and its pilot Senate Democratic Leader Lvn The plane apparently is a U S Train Derails 11 Hurt 70 Shaken Up PORTAGE Wis Eleven mail clerks were injured and 70 passengers were shaken up at 4 am Wednesday when the Mil waukee Roads Pioneer Limited apparently struck a brokentail jof recent years Although skies cleared Wednesday over most of in the roads yards near Portage T33 lhat has been missing since don B Johnson of Texas wholit took of Dec 23 from Chateau heads a senatorial inquiry into roux France for Naplcs ltaly the missile and satellite programs applauded Eisenhowers action in Albama s jet figh asking of additional615 forced down a Brit money to expand and accelerate11311 cargo planc lasl week and re the nations defenses WASHINGTON W A White House request for 31260000000 in new defense funds received top congressional priority Wednes day with indications of quick ap proval The House Defense Appropria tions subcommittee called a closed door session to hear Secre tary of Defense McElroy and his lop aides explain the need for the money President Eisenhower requested he hurryup supplemental appro priation Tuesday only a few hours after Congress had convened for its new session Chairman Marion DTex said he hoped to correradc the within 10 days and have legisla tion ready for consideration by the House this month The missile money bill is expected to be he first major legislation considered this year Quick Action leased it and its crew Saturday Mahon said in an interview It e nations deienses Britain has declared the issuers my feeling that Congress will Johnson said he hopes Liseninvolvmg the lanc dosed quickly provide funds for the mis nver follows UD the move with hower follows up the move with a call to arms in addressing Congress Sen Smalhers course when intercepted who 1 heads the Democratic Senatorial s Albanias official radio Tirana U S and weapons While the U S Nevertheless he recommended jthe Middle and South Atlantic States bonechillingcold was forV Army has been cut back in funds thal new apportionments to the i cast for New England and manpower to some 15 be based on the higher cost Total Cost estimated the derailing 11 of It cars on the train ampaign Committee said that Howard PlloL sf An informed 1 so far as he is concerned there Rome soure the missing T33 wont be any politics played a Ma Howard interstate wind gusts up to 75 miles an hour sleet rain and lightning In New England it snarled j traffic forced business houses to sions Symington quoted the Soviet has 175 modern divi sions of ground troops many ofj them mechanized and equipped1 He 111LiiOLaiciclose tumbled oower linos inrl with most modern weapons jsyslem of expressways linking all Hmoictl lines and A number of Congress would cost bcrs have urged that Gavin reconl5362200000 lhls compares Mrier his nlans to retire Secrewlth lhe figure lirv of thV Jrmv Bn ckr Siri uscd when the superhighway law Mass However it seemedthat Tuesthv that been of was Passed 19 months ago Connecticut caught thebrunt of Tuesday that Gavin had been of the storm Measurements there feral two frays in which he could Weeks listed as reasons for t 16 reach fourstar rank as an injbig increase in the cost of com The tempest thrashed the Seaboard with avalanches of snow witnesses said one of the de andJ The Weather railed cars crashed into the ca boose of an eastbound freight on a parallel track wrecking live ca boose The caboose wreckage Iburst into flames which continued City Generally fair and for several hours duccmcnl to stay in service In another defense develop ment officials were urged to or der full speed ahead to the Air Forces atomic airplane and keep a Navy study from causing a plcting Ihe interstate network 1 A 15 per cent increase in traffic forecasts for 1975 Local Needs considerably warmcr Wednes day night low 1620 Increas ing cloudiness and warmer Thursday high mid 30s The 11 postal clerks were in a mail car which overturned after leaving the tracks They were taken to a hospital where attencl nam u ivj AVI a L I utr State activities were halted Iowa Generally fair 2ld injunes were undeter hampered in many ways Thursday Warmer Wednesday i mined Even Atlantic City N J got niSht and southeast Thursday 3 inches of most in Low Wednesday night 1828 required by the section of thC jll nearly 17 years Florida with whirlpool of indecision and in11950 law which states that the ini i already hard hit by an earlier Fiveday Iowa its citrus crop wn average 3 action Delays Attacked Rep Melvin Price chairman of the congressional atomic energy subcommittee on research and development warned further dela through rivalry could make the US iosc the race with Rus cold spell was handed another tersla e routes must give full conWow Snm feU in th sideration to local needs far south as Lakelandin the as peak commuter traffic in subheart Qf the urban areas and cities 3 A 12 per cent increase in construction costs in a twoyear period For the first time in history the Florida Weather Bureau in cluded snow flurries in its state forecast Temperatures to 6 degrees above normal with only moder ate daily changes Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 26 north to 33 south Nor The train was bound from Min neapolis to Chicago Soil Bank Payments to Ike NEW YORK New York Times said Wednesday that mal lows 8 north to 14 south j President Eisenhowers farm at Little or no precipitation is inGettysburg Pa received soil In 196when the highway got a Weather sia to be first to fly a nuclearwas passed the cost o the Iowa warning that som f th bj powered airplane m estl tcrcst cold weather of the sea mated at 1 ho new i Pruc accused the Navy which cslimalecontaincd in Wccksr the way Icmpera is working on an Apowcred nnn tuies of la below zero wore fore i A i i PO i plane of attempting to take1 over a large part of the Air Forces program He said the Air Force now was prepared to use an existing plane with an atomic n A to Rise Again dicated during the period JMinnesota Fair and mild Highj Thursday 3545 GlobeGazelle weather dala lo 8 am Wednesdav the missile program She Democrats are united and determined to equalize our mili tary position with that of Russia to regain our superiority he said No Shortage Sen Humphrey DMinn said that as far as he can find out there has been no shortage of de fense funds and no actual short age of scientists to carry out the missile program But the administration has been short of will power and of direction he said Congress cant lay flown the polfcyfor this program It is up to the President 0 administer it and he should do it forthrightly Sen Purtell RConn said Ei senhower had demonstrated in the past he was able to meet any crisis that arose and added I expect him to display the same leadership he has displayed in the past Eisenhowers scientific adviser Dr James R Killian Jr said one major need is for a more constant research effort He told r The T33 was last reported 10 minutes flying time south bl Pisa in Northern Italy on Dec 23 Only the pilot was aboard sle program House Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex said he favors appropri ating whatever amount of money is necessary for defense pro grams Similar favorable bill came from the Senale where Republican Leader Knowland of California said The Senate Ap propriations Committee will be The U S has asked France one of a few Western nations to lave diplomatic ties with Albania 0 inquire about the report 1 Killed 11 Hurt in 4Car Crash Rapids indications quick consideration of the able to give it consideration just las soon as the House acts Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas said There is no question but that Congress will promptly and sympathetically consider the Presidents request and act on it Plenty of Support Senators Saltonstall RMass a thers among others favoring prompt r action and Sen Allott RColo CEDAR RAPIDS WTOne worn dicled thl Ln the mood it is an was killed and 11 other Congrcss vvil appropliate sons were injured m an accident more m for defense than involving four cars late Tuesday on Iowa 150 about eight miles north of here Mrs Duane Buckholt 30 Oran mother of five children and wife of a Farm Bureau insurance agent died in the crash be spent intelligently The President asked for 219 million dollars to speed up and expand construction of alert and dispersal facilities of the Strate gic Air Command 683 millions to develop and procure longrange that the farm also got federal Maximum Minimum A1 8 a tices 004 000 power plant to get it into the air sooner Mercury Begins cast for northern Maine Wednes day night anci perhaps 5 to 10 above as far south as Connecti cut Wmd gusts during the height of the storm reached 75 miles Warmer air shoved back acrossan gale force in some But he said lhe Navys study owa Wccincsd taking some of Ncw Thc re might cause a three to stjng fpom a waye whichjl l 11 f 1 r V OI L j the state for several cause a months delay If we really gol clown to Price said the United States i could have a nuclearpowered1 Temperatures started to rise planc airborne in IS months lo during the night after falling to two years ncar zcro at manv points i Highs Wednesday were expect ed to be sonic 20 degrees warmcr than Tuesdays top readings of 22at Spencer to 13 al Burlington and Cedar Rapids i Thc Weather Bureau said it will ran ni a n ana Insurance Agent Killed in Crash Old Age Pension Checks to Be Cut in Spring DES MOINES L Caf One of he injured was Mrs ballistic missiles and to build Margaret Reginald 42 of ruralmissile sites ancl missilefiring who was taken to Uniisubmarines 329 millions to es that he bank payments of 5200960 for not growing corn and wheat in the past two years A Washington believes the i condition Mrs BuckiancI detending against enemy for conservation prac strong ancl croivinsi stronger holts ycarohlsoir AVBS missiles ancl millions lor conservation prac not Vlicve that we haveilh was hospitalized to xlend the semiautomatic bruises ancl shock ground environment system of Department of Agriculture Others injured included Ronald communications jficials were quoted as saying IQ ojjc n hc fllturc Reginald 21 Mr and Mrs In addition Eisenhower asked conservation payments were iorhinr MU for uowor transfer llf millions under the 31500 limit per mitted for any farm Allerton Man Dies of Crash Injuries DES MOINES Hold er 77 Allcrton died Tuesday a DCS Moines hospila of in juries suffered in a traffic accident here Nov 28 He suffered head we ntreasc our tech ton UeWees Cedar Rapids Mar for power to transfer UO millions nojogjcal audaciiy and iiyn Inos 20 and Gerald Inos1 now available funds to expand do not fail to remedy our weak 19 Toddville Mrs Oliver missile program and related nesses istrom 42 Cedar Rapids Referring to technological dejher daughter Fay 1G Ruth velopmcnts he said that Russia Bishop 37 Hazellon and Susan has not passed us yet but she has a strong will to cio so Comley 19 Cedar Rapids Highway Patrolman Cal Wag ner said it was believed the Reg NEW SCIENCE PROGRAM Una id car was bound for Cedar DES MOINES UP High Rapids and was ahead of Mrs School students who show an apBishop The patrolman said the1 NKW YORK Johnny tituclc for science wiil be able to Reginald car apparently turned Diol Dioguardi 44 reputedly one Johnny Dio Given 1530 Year Term for Labor Extortion s Jbc warmcr Wednesday night with frey chairman of the Slate Board blows of 18 to 23 Thc mild weather of Welfare said Wednesday pen Ames insurancejjj expected tocontinue Thursday ELD OR A Strickland 36 aucnt was killed lale Tuesday when his car scraped the side of a high bridge anci plunged 88 feet onto the ice of the Iowa River a mile cast of here The accident occurred on Iowa 57 Strickland whose wife died nine months ago of polio compli cations was headed cast The car landed on its top but did not crash through the ice Sheriff Paul Hodgson said the cars doors were opeti He and Clinton Moyer to Run for the Legislature isiou checks for 38000 Towans re icciving old age assistance may bc cut S2 lo S3 a month starting in March or April Weve got lo reduce grants to MARION Clinton Moyer carry the program through on 45 who resigned lasl year asthe funds now available Caffrcy stale safely commissioner has said The 1957 Legislature allollcd an extra half million dollars for wel fare programs subject to approv announced he will seek the Re publican nomination for one of Linn Countys two seats in the Iowa House at the June primary al of lhe Legislative Interim Com The incumbents both Cedar mittee However lhe committee others dragged the river bull Rapids Republicans arc Emilihas not released any of the funds nothing was found lo indicalel Novak ancl Ernest Kosck Mover j Caffrcy said no further cuts in thai anyone else was in the carjis now Marion cily attorney Nolaid to dependent children asul aid1 Strickland is survived by a son vak and Kosek have not yet anjlo the blind were being consicii injuries when he was thrown from get special accelerated classes inout to pass another car and colof lhe kingpins of labor racket his car as it collided with anotherphysics and chemistry next semlided with the DeWees car whichcering in the New York area was car Holders wife suffered lessiester the superintendent of then struck lhe Inos car ami the sentenced Wednesday to 15 to 0 iserious injuries S schools hcre Tuesday Bishop car years in prison for labor cxtor lion Dio and John J McXamara president of Local 295 of the In ternational Brotherhood of Team sters were convicted last Dec 12 on charges of extoritinn ancl con spiracy lo extort money from stationery corporations in return cfor labor peace McNamara was sentenced to 5 to 10 years Dio also was convicted last September on charges of labor bribery He was sentenced to two years in prison and fined SI000 He has been imprisoned since that tna1 began in midsummer Judge Mulon also imposed one year terms on Dio and McNama ra for conspiracy but suspended Michael 13 nounced their plans lered now FOURCAK ACCIDENT This is the scene of an acci dent that caused the death of an woman and brought injury to 11 others on Highway 130 north of Hiawatha The photo shows three of lie cars involved The car in which Mrs Duane Bockholt 30 Oran killed is not shown Dio also Iaces trial on income tax evasion charges He alo is 1iutor indictment for conspiracy sit aciilblirulina ol lttior col umnist Victor Fiicse   

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