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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NE1GHB 0 R S VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 9 1958 This Paper Consists of Two No 7t Ike Offers 8Point Defense Program Commie Probe to Continue Missile Subs Are i Urged Money Group Hears McElroy WASHINGTON Immediate development of a submarine fleet capable of firing longrange missiles from beneath the ocean Wednesday was urged on Con gress by Secretary of Defense McElroy He appeared before the House Defense Appropriations Subcom mittee in support of President Eisenhowers emergency request for 51260000000 in new defense MISSILE DISCUSSION Maj Gen ifgent withinthe Command Court Order Handed Down WASHINGTON W The US Court of Appeals Thursday di rected the government to con duct further proceedings in its sevenyear effort to require the Communist Party to register as a tool of Moscow The court said the Subversive Activities Control Board if it is to rely upon the testimony of Mary Stalcup Mark ward an FBI funds The meeting was held behindj Air missiles chief chats with Sen Lyndon closed doors but McElroy Johnson of the Senate Preparedness subcommittee be fore the start of a closed meeting on the broad subject of missiles and satellites Between them is a model of the Air Forces Thorjuissile now in prod net ion reported to have proposed that 296 million dollars of the money be invested in the first three missilelaunching subs Proper Phasing A prompt start on these three ships he is reported to have said is essential to bring them into proper phasing with the missile which recent develop ments indicate can be1 opera tional appreciably earlier than originally planned It has been indicated from the CHARLES Micich Pentagon that the submarines charles cil mayor and turk will have atomic engines and willjfarmpr Wednesday announced Micich to Be Candidate for Congress Schriever Appears at Inquiry WASHINGTON re ty must make available to thej Communist Party certain she made to the FBI This apparently left the board with the alternative of eliminati ing MrsMarkwards tostimonv from the record and writing an other report or conducting fur ther hearings Truman Veto The registration proceeding against the party was initiated in November 1950 following pas sage over the veto of former President Truman of the Subver sives Activities Control Act This is the second time the case has reached the Court of Appeals It got all the way to the Su use the Navys Polaris missile be T they got an optiPreme Court once but the high will be a candidate lheimLstic report on development ofjcoiirt sent ll back for further I which has a 1500m i le range The Polaris is expected to be ready by I960 or earlier While subcommittee members ticke for UCKCI tor ri n uisiriti and wjthout reaching the missiles from the Air Forces baJ of constitutionality of ilistic missiles director the lawTne Supreme Court told j Micich won his lhird lerm asi But Sen Lyndon B Johnson D itne board lo either eliminate the declined to disclose details of thejmayor last November jTex I testimony of three witnesses Bernard A Schriever as Crouch Harvey Matusow funds for actual production had and to give A did say he a is 40yearsold impression i Micich won the Democratic He is understood to have told the congressmen missile pro grams must be accelerated but nomination for Congress in the June 1956 primary by defeat been held up on schedules that can and should be accelerated Schriever testified behind closed ing Dan Ryan Parkersburg edidoors before the Senate Prcpared t m nt t 4n r the whole our military tor by a margin of 5203 to Subcommittee which is lookmonJ of the three witnesses and ing into the nations missile out a new report again ANOTHER FREEZE Firewood at Premium in Miami Cold MIAMI Fla Wl Earlyris The boardcliminated the south were greeted party lawyers another chance to test their credibility New Report position is sound New Budget He forecast a Defense Depart ment budget calling for new ap proprialions of a little over for the fiscal 1 months starting July 1 This does not include the ex tra Eisenhower is asking for now although some of thc spend ing will go over into fiscal 1959 Thenew budget McElroy told 130 He lost out to incumbent H RDearth satellite programs rnss Rfniihlirnn Frnm Wstor Gross Republican from Water More Speed Needed holding that the US Communist i Party is substantially dominated Jloo in the general election Johnson the subcommitteeand controlled by Moscow November of that year Micich is the first to announce in seeking the Dis trict post Gross has taken out jchairman said his reaction to tesIn vcw of the Appellate Courts timony of top Army and Air Force action Thursday the case is more missile experts is that production than likely to come back to the must be stepped up Court of Appeals once more and by temperatures hovering around the freezing point Thursday and a valuable citrus crop was threat ened in the central section of the state Many Miami homes are withto 8 am Thursday out heating systems and resij dents reluctantly left their blank ets to huddle near electric heat Congress in Joint Session Must Meet Red Threat FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President El senhower Thursday gave Con gress an eight point safety through strength program for dealing with the Russion space age threat It included defense reorganiza tion to unify control and end in terservice rivalries In an eagerly awaited state of the union message Eisenhower said Americas military strength at present is great and is a power jful deterrent to war But he said the dangers the United Stales faces are real He said that unless we act wisely and promptly we could lose that ca pacity To defend ourselves and deter any Soviet attack The President in an address carried nationwide on television and radio said too that the country could make no more ragic mistake than to concen trate merely on military strength That he said could ead to an age of terror Greater Danger Of even greater danger than the military threat posed by Rus sias space era advances Eisen ihower said is a massive economic offensive already launched by the Soviet Union against the United States and the rest of the free world There was almost a wartime solemnity in the general mood of by the national concern over Russias space and rocket feats And in the same note of the it Critical world situation Eisen Minnesota Partly cloudy little J1 ement haf bhower madehis eighth point a di c temperature change High Fri day 1535 AP Photofax before a ACKNOWLEDGES APPLAUSE dress The President spoke ident Eisenhower grins and waves his packed gallery at a joint session of Con glasses as he acknowledges applause mid gress in the House of Representatives way through his State of the Union ad The Weather City Mostly fair through Friday Low Thursday night 1823 Northwesterly winds and a little cooler late afternoon Friday high mid 40s i Iowa Generally fair through Friday Cooler northwest and extreme north Friday Low Thursday night 2227 northeast 2835 southwest RELUCTANTLY Gavins Bid to Resign s Accepted WASHINGTON iff U Gen James M Gavins request for re of the Armv Bruckerl GlobeGazette weather data up form after a final effort to keep the critic of defense policies in uni nomination papers from the Sec Sen SaltonstaH RMass said eventually reach the Supremeiers The unusual sight of frost Tnl 1 eta nn the subcommittee provides for direct obligations of about 41 billion and expenditures duringj the year of approximately 800000000 His plans for a missilefiring fleet constitute the ad ministrations answer to intelli gence reports that the Russians already have subs capable of launching missiles from as far as 200 miles off American coasts These reports have caused a good deal of concern in Con gress McElroy is reported to have told the subcommittee prospects i are that the subs may be ready for delivery from one lo one and onehalf years earlier than had been expected Festina Woman Is Victim of Unexplained Fire FESTINA Frances Wcnthold 84 died in a strange unexplained fire in the kitchen of her farm house near here Wed nesday he would election but therejschriever had given again llialjing testimony as to the develop Except to order further pro for remcnt Of our IRBM intermediate jrefidings concerning Mrs Mark and ICBM intercontinental proj wards testimony the Court of grams Appeals adhered 21 to its origi The question is one of speed nal ruling affirming the boards jin actual production he added finding that US Reds took their Thor Missile direction from Russia and oper Sen Stennis DMiss said in a aled in the interest of interna Maximum Minimum At 8 am iYEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 30 13 17 I have done my best to per suade him to slay Brucker said jin announcing that he had re luctantly approved Gavins ap plication to retire March 31 after 38 0 was reported in suburban Coral Gables The price of firewood was up from the early fall price of a half cord to at one Miami Remsen Man Dies in woodyard The lowest temperature report1 Crash at completing service 30 years of Army jrect appeal to the people of the Soviet the heads of their Kremlin join in a drive for enduring world peace and take part in a first step to ward disarmament Highlights of Message Highlights of President Eisen howers message The Threat The Soviets are in short waging total cold war Gavin chief of Army research The only answer is to wage and development earlier in the total peace day had told the Senate Prepar Military Strength Today Even separate interview he was Communism aged on the development of I Thor Thor is a 1500mile inter mediate range missile being TO CEASE PUBLICATION ed in the farming belt south of here was 30 degrees It was OCHEYEDAN Robert lushed by the Air Force NEW YORK UP The Daily Two of Schrievers superiors Communisms bankrupt testified Wednesday more money is needed for the ICBM program American mouthpiece will cease publication next Monday The Icnough to crack tomatoes theWmlh Remsen was fatally major crop being harvested atnjured Thursday when Ihe car m present which he was riding hit a frost covered spot on Iowa 9 two miles The states lowest temperatureinorthcast of ncre Worth appnr 18 degrees was reported was lhrown from the car Hague just north of striick by it as the vehide edness subcommittee his decisionijf Our bases should bt hit by a to retire was final Brucker saidjsurprise and damaging attac ihe made one more try at getting Gavin to change his mind even The 8 Points in north Florida into the ditch mind even after the general had taken this position Position Deteriorating Spurning Pentagon offers of WASHINGTON the eight points President Ei promolion to full general senhower outlined in his State 14 months and a choice of two Of the Union message Thurs assignments until thon j The damaging freeze follows by Gene Poeckcs 21 Remsen thefor the Army outside than in Johnson said testimony by GenjCommunists will continue to pub Thomas D White Air Force chieflish lhe WeeWy Worker which less than a month a December driver was apparently unhurt fe spokc of staff opens upan important was forrncriy the Workers weekjcold snap which did serious damand the car was only slightyjijon field for inquiry edition jage to the citrus crop damaged until then Gavin told senators I can do better day Volunteers Hunt Boy Missing in Wilds of North INTERNATIONAL FALLS Minn of volunteers Her daughter Regma scarched for a 5year from doing chores outside and found Mrs Wenthold sitting in a chair dead her clothing burned from her body Officials said nothing else was burned and they didnt know how her clothing caught fire They be lieved fire in the coal stove may have set her cloths ablaze SAME DATE195711 old boy missing since he went out to play near his home in this Canadian border city Wednes day The boy Dannie L a m o n ircssed in boots and a snow suit left the house at am The house is on a country road Search parties were aug mented Wednesday night by more than a hundred volunteers from Ft Frances Ont a neigh boring Canadian community Sheriff Ed Anderson said the boy may have been picked vip in a car by someone I dont see how a 50pound child could get very far in this country the going is too tough the sheriff said He reported snow is knee deep in the brush land along the road where the boys family lives TeenAger Killed 5 Others Injured Near Fort Dodge FORT DODGE UP One person was killed and five others j injuredThursday when their car swerved on frosted slick pave ment on Iowa 5 near here and plunged into a ditch Judy Crider 16 Webster City was killed when the car slid off the rond sheared a telephone pole and rolled over for about one tenth of a mile Injured critically were Jean Ford Ifi Webster City and Rob ert Mocllcr 19 Rockwell Cityj Others hurt were Barbara Han1 sen 17 Webster City Kenneth Jones 19 Manson and Mrrl Abncy 19 Rockwell City Authorities said the roads wercl frosted over during the night and v the car skidded traveling v at a swift speed The hurtling car broke n telephone pole in two places and then rolled over and over JET ENGINE VICTIM LAKE CHARLES La UP 1 Reorganization of the De fense Department Armys posi 2 A stepped up atomicaga rapidly defense that Armyj effective foreign aid 4 Increased foreign trade 5 Exchange of Atomic crets with the Allies 6 increased spending for Hc complained strength and budget allocations have been whittled down over the past four years while Russiarr strength has been growing He contends the Army needs thou ucation and research sands of planes missiles and 7 Efforts to maintain a much more freedom in plannin i anced budget Begging for Money 8 operation with 1 i s s i a on a science for Talking with newsmen after his appearance before the Senate sub committee Gavin said there is not one red penny for the Armvi peace program mr bombers would immediately in sufficient added space program A number of Congress membe Shave expressed concern over Gav ins plan to retire saying otlii ccrs of his caliber are needed badly now Herters Son Seeks MARRIED HY Wil AP Fhnlnux T Sgt Robert w Pcmbcrton 28 lim Harrison Olathe Kan left talks home in Olathe holds one phone while the effort we will have thc missiles in the quantity and time to and strengthen thc de to our increasing bombers1 Economic Threat Admitted ly most of us did not anticipate thc psychological impact upon thc world of thc launching of the Governor Nomination first cnrth Let us not imake the same kind of mislnko BOS ON Christian Ajin another field by failing lr jHerler Jr son of tlip umlorsfcroianticipate the much more seri tary of state hts announced hisUnis impact of the Soviet eco candidacy for the Republicannomic offensive At the very nomination for governor of Masstime when the economic threat is achusetts assuming menacing proportions His father as Republito fail to strengthen our own cf Clovis N M was sucked into one of thc jet engines of a big B17 bomber Wednesday and killed with her new husband a U S provcrn Rev Theodore Sperduto the fof would be nothing less than ment official serving on Formosa fol iatcr who performed the ceremonv lowing their marriage by 7800mile tele holding another At center is Lorav phone hookup Mrs Harrison at her McKeon who was a witness is ne for two terms from 1953 folly 1956 Gov Foster Furcolo a1 U S Economy In thc latter Democrat is serving his firstjparl thc year some fie term Iclinc in employmcnl and output   

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