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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wtrei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1958 Thij Paper Consists of Two One No 7f Interim Spending in Hike Emergency Funds Wanted DBS MOINES UR The Iowa Legislative Interim Committee appears to be spending its emer gency funds at the fastest clip in recent years At its twoday meeting which ended Thursday the committee allocated from its two milliondollar contingency fund bringing the total it has doled out since the 1957 legislative session to It also released to the State De partment of Social Welfare a half million dollars appropriated by the Legislature with the proviso that it couldnt be spent without Interim Committee approval This however isnt included in the contingency funds More Requests The committee which served between the 1955 and 1957 legisla tive sessions turned back into the general fund nearly 11A million dollars of its 2 million dollar total emergency appropriation And in Another Note by Bulganin Again Suggests Summit Talks Atlas Missile Test Again Successful the past several years no interim committee has used as much as a million dollars of its emergency funds But the present committee since last July 1 has allocated more than a third of its 2 million dol lar appropriation and there is a strong likelihood that it will re ceive more requests for funds in the next year than it has so far There is a possibility that some of the allocations made at the present session may be ruled out by attorney generals decisions The attorney generals office ruled last summer that contin gency funds may be spent only for bona fide emergencies The ruling however didnt set any guideposts to determine what constitutes an emergency Opinions Sought Later at the request of State Comptroller Glenn Sarsfield at torney generals office opinions were asked on some committee allocations The opinions held that funds could be granted to Iowa State College for an addi tion to the engineering building to house an electronic computer but not to the State Bacteriologi cal Laboratory at the State Uni versity of Iowa to supplement operating funds At its meeting Wednesday and Thursday the Interim Committee took the position that as Rep George Faul com mittee chairman said It is not in the province of the comptrol ler to question our actions However there were indica tions that Sarsfield before approv ing warrants for expenditure of the funds would ask a ruling on whether the allocations are for emergencies Largest Allocation The largest allocation from the contingency tunds m the com m i t tees meeting which ended Thurs day was to continue pay ing pensions to 736 elderly retired teachers who do not come under the Iowa Public Employes Retirement System The 1957 Legislature had ap propriated for these pen sions but the Interim Commit tee was told this money would run out in March or April Other allocations of money in cluded to complete the new vocational rehabilitation cen ter in Des Moines for a study by State University of Iowa scientists of atomic fallout as it affects farm ponds in Iowa to repair sagging floors and cracked bearing walls in the main building at the Iowa School for the Deaf in Council Bluffs in additional support funds for the Eldora State Training School and to provide for and pay travel costs of two ad ditional parole agents at the El dora school Fort Dodge Crash Takes Second Life AP Photolax ITS MILKING TIME When it comes milking time on the Nick Elgin farm near Dubuque theres a scramble by the crew for pails and stools The crew is made up of Elgins children Some of them are shown here left to Marvin 13 Sharon 15 Darlene 17 Willis 19 Betty 11 and Lou Ann 16 PLENTY OF HELP No Need for a Milking Machine on This Farm DUBUQUE ft Theres no need for a milking machine on the Nick Elgin farm He has had 50 milk cows but the number is down now to about 20 That means a lot of milking even 20 cows But Nick has a crew to do the job twice daily The crew consists of Nick and seven of his 15 children Milking time means a scramble for pails and stools Nick who farms northeast of Bankston in central Dubuque County has never had a need for a milking machine what with his large family The hand milking by the crew takes about an hour when the line is at full strength The children start milking when they are about eight years old Willis 19 is the trouble shooter He breaks in the heif ers and otherwise does most of the livestock handling The cattle herd consists of 85 ani mals Nick says When we started out 28 years ago my wife and I milked 30 head of cows together and if she was laid up I milked them alone But now Nicks help to the crew is limited by his health Mrs Elgin handles the separate chores in the house Nick figures he might retire in a ypar or two He com ments If I dont Ill probably have to put in a milking machine be fore renting or selling the place WASHINGTON Pre mier Nikolai Bulgahin under took to steal President Eisen howers State of the Union thunder Thursday by sending the President a massive message calling for an EastWest summit conference to discuss major world issues The note to the President was one of 19 delivered to Atlantic Treaty and Warsaw Pact coun tries by Soviet ambassadors im mediately after the President completed his State of the Un ion Message to Congress The new flurry of the 38page letters came a month after Bul ganin had dispatched 83 mes sages to countries around the world restating Soviet proposals for EastWest settlements Moscow radio said Bulganins new letter had been sent to the 15 NATO members butdid not identify the four other recipients NATO Nations The NATO countries are the United States Britain France Canada Belgium Denmark Ice land Italy Luxembourg the Netherlands Norway Portugal Greece Turkey and West Ger many The Warsaw Pact or Eastern security treaty of eight countries formed in 1955 comprises the So viet Union Albania Bulgaria Hungary Po and Communist Former Iowa Mother Slays 3 Tots Self RENO Ncv We are all bad seed read a note left by a wealthy insurance executives estranged wife Her bullet torn body and those of The couples three children were found side by side late Thursday on a bedroom floor of their home Victims of what police de scribed as child killing and sui cide were attractive D Yvonne Cavenaugh 34 recently released from a private mental hospital FORT DODGE teen agers were dead Friday and an other was in critical condition as the outcome of an auto accident near here early Thursday Judy Crider 15 Webster City was killed outright when a car in which she was riding with five others went out of control and smashed a utility pole on Iowa 5 Robert Mocller 16 Rock1 well City died in a hospital here Thursday night Jeanne Ford 1G of Webster City was in a hospi tal in critical condition and her children Anthony 9 Carol 8 and Kevin 4 Robert Cavenaugh husband and father who had been scp arated from his wife more than six months was in Chicago when the shootings occurred They had been married 10 years Blood Traces Asst Dist Ally William Rag gio told of blood spattered anc biillet pocked upstairs walls in dicating that Mrs Cavenaugh may have chased and shot the children in various rooms before bringing them downstairs to lay them in a row on a blanket in he lavish bedroom The childrens bodies were rid died by bullets from a 25 calibe automatic found beside thei motherPolice said more than 20 shots had been fired Note Found A note found in the house read We are all bad seed There never were four more unhappy and unhealthy people and its getting worse every day Mrs Cavenaugh was the form er Yvonne Frimoth of Clinton Iowa where she was graduated from Clinton High School and was active as a swimmer She also attended SUI She left more than 10 years ago for Chicago where she worked as a model Her father Elmer Frimoth is a Clinton grocer The Weather City Fair and colder Fri day night low 1520 Increasing cloudiness Saturday high 32 36 owa Mostly fair Friday night with low 2535 Increasing cloudiness and a little warmer Saturday iveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Sat urday through next Wednesday Normal highs 26 north to 3 south Normal lows 8 north to 14 south Decidedly coolei Sunday followed by a slow warming trend through Wed nesday Occasional snow flur ries Saturday night and Sunday and again about Wednesday but with no significant amounts expected Minnesota Continued sunny anc colder High Saturday 20 in north 35 in south Czechoslovakia land Romania East Germany Bulganins wording on the sub ject of the summit meeting went like this The Soviet government pro poses to call in the course of the next two to three months of 1958 a conference of leading states men on a high level in which the eads of government will partici ate Ardent Wishes The conference might discuss bove all questions whose so ution corresponds to the m o s I ardent wishes of the peoples pd could be an important in tiative toward a fundamenta Change in the international situa ion and the cessation of the cold var The o deal Beast La rgest Leaves Ground in Flash BULLETIN CAPE CANAVERAL Fla fl big ballistic was launched Friday at p m only four hours after successful firing of an Atlas in tercontinental weapon CAPE CANAVERAL Fla GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 46 27 27 Installment Plan Now Offered to Students at SUI conference would have with the proposal tha FATHER GRIEFSTRICKEN James Huett 32 sobs as he clutches his daugh ter Brenda 2 after learning his wife perished after being trapped in a fire that swept their Pittsburgh Pa home AP PhotiIix Huett a riverboat deckhand for U S Steel Corp was working when the fire broke out The tot seemingly unaware of the tragedy that has hit her family was rescued bv firemen Specific Blueprint for Action on Defense Program Sought WASHINGTON Jfi called on President Eisenhower Friday to back up with specific blueprints for action the eight point program he laid before Con gress Thursday Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson of Texas set showme tone of reaction to the he atomic and hydrogen weap ons tests should be stopped im Eisenhower outlined in mediately f u r at least two to hls state of ihe Union message hree years The Soviet government pro poses to discuss the confer ence the proposal of the Polish government to create in Central 3urope an atomfree zone There was no evidence how ever that the United States in Eisenhower said they are needed Albania to Free US Jet Pilot CHATEAUROUX France to meet the growing space era threat of what he repeatedly called Communist imperialism The President has in general terms set forth some worthy ob jectives Johnson said in an in terview He has called for strengthcrirg of our allies groal er understanding and commerce between nations and attempts to bring peace to the world These have long been Democratic objec tives Now we are waiting for his blueprint for meeting those ob jectives As soon as he lays them down our committees will promptly consider his recommen dations tends to change its basic policy JUS Air Force officers said against having a new topleveTJThursday jfaj Howard Curnm meeting under present conditions jet pilot missing since Christ The policy is that any such conmas will be released by Albania erence must be preceded by carewithin two or three days fill diplomatic exploration officials at this American air evidence that the Soviet governbase s a j d that the had bcen ment is prepared to make this notice by an official o cessions in its position on such lhe us Embassy in Paris bv issues as disarmament and Ger man reunification PETROVSKY DIES MOSCOW UP G I Pctrov telephone Immediate Buildup AlthoughJohnson of the House Sam Rayburn D Tex both praised Eisenhowers speech there was mounting evi jrience of Democratic disappoint ment that Eisenhower did nol make any spectacular proposals for an immediate buildup in American military might An analysis of the Presidents y the message was long on pro posals and short on perform ance Even the program to step up national security boils down to jumping a little more money into existing projects and promising vaguely to reorganize thp defense structure the analysis said Republicans were practically unanimous in their praise of Ei senhowers personally delivered message Some Democrats laud ed it but many of them were crit ical The Air Force launched its fourth Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile Friday The giant missile took off in a puff of white smoke and a tre mendous flash of flame It rose slowly through the hazy clouds Its bright trail of fire was visible for almost three minutes The roar of the mighty 92foot jehemoth of the U S missile ar enal shook buildings as it roared off its launching pad The awesome giant was fueled with liquid oxygen quickly after it was brought out of its gantry ower and fired with seemingly little difficulty Called Success In Washington the Pentagon reported the test came off suc cessfully There has been speculation that the US could use the Atlas with some major modifications to launch an earth satellite but so far the Navys Vanguard still has the moon launching assign ment here Cape talk is that a Vanguard is about readv for another satel They quoted the embassy offii proposals circulated among Dem 41 Interruptions Eisenhower was interrupted 41 times by applause during the 44 minutes he addressed a joint ses sion of Congress in the House provided most of the applause but Demo crats often joined in and occasion ally led the outbursts The show of enthusiasm like the world situation differed sharply from that at the start of 1957 Only five rounds of applause interrupted the entire 1957 ad dress to Congress lite launching attempt possibly as early as next week The first at tempt last month failed The thunder of ffie mighty primary mo tor and two be heard even after the missile it self VanialiriJ in high cluads Gradual Arch Shortly before disappearing into the overcast the missile arched gradually to the south east over the test range which extends 5000 miles out across the Atlantic Ocean The Atlas is the American an swer to the Soviet claim of in tercontinental ballistic capabil ity This was the second appar ently succestul firing of cial as saying that both Maj Curran and his plane a T33 jet craft will be released as soon ocratic senators said that basical sky a comrade of Lenin and Staas weather permits The em in in the October Revolution ofibassy presumably got its infor died Thursday after a long mation from the French Foreign illness Ministry Trucker Killed Another Is Trapped 13 Hours VINTON UP A truck drivj Pickron said the truck roared DESMOINES UP Univcr cr was killed and his companionjoff the highway about 10 pm in Correctionville Man Killed Under Auto CORRECTIONVILLE Ger ald Bottjcn 20 who lived on a Beast as the Atlas is known to its builders On the first two tries the 100 ton missile started to get out of control shortly after launch ing and had to be destroyed The third launching last Dec 17 was successful over a 600mile t u j u TT ranSe The Air Force said The White House described nro0i senhowcr as very pleased with the reception he received Rayburn said he was glad to know the President is alive to what the American people are disturbed about and this is the bickering and dissension among the services in the Pentagon Eight Points farm four miles from here was killed Thursday when slipped off a jack and fell on hisliis reference to defense reorgan ncck He was greasing the car ization Eisenhower called for a missile landed in a preselected target area Fridays test was believed scheduled for about the same distance No attempt to fire the Atlas over its full 5000mile range is expected until late this year It is designed to carry a hydrogen warhead that distance in 25 minutes at a speed of a car Leading off his eight points with 10000 miles an hour sity of lowa students will be truck plowed off U S 218 Thurs to go to school on the installment day night trapping them in the plan next year but Iowa for about 13 hours Teachers College students will find it more expensive The Iowa Board of Regents Thursday approved a plan which will allow Iowa undergraduates o pay down and the rest of their tuition in three easy monthly installments Previously undergraduates had to pay the entire at the beginning of each semester Iowa State Teachers College students will have to pay a year more to livo in the dormi tories in Cedar Falls Present dormitory rates are from to at the home of his brother Ed ward in Correctionville PLEA TURNED DOWN SEATTLE tfi Superior Judge and plunged down a 20foot Thursday turned bankment as they approached Idown a pica by Dave Beck Jr son of the retiring president of speedup in production of missiles nuclear submarines and other modern weapons Congress seemed disposed to give him all the funds he might ask in this field and possibly more There was evident opposition however to the Presidents calljout Iowa Friday as sunny skies for continuation of foreign aid southerly breezes pushed Iowa Skies Sunny Again JMild weather continued through TT J J i IVJI I LLILUU I IIM I VI iUi I I a IVI 1 L j v o vinton trom the north Help didthe Teamsters Union for a new a high level and continuation into the 40s and The men were pinned in arrive until about 10 am Fritrial on grand larceny charges truck overnight and for about an day and it was another hour be hour after farmers found wreckage the fore two wreckers and another I semitruck pulled the wreckage Leo Dawson 31 AuburndaleJ clear so the men could be re Fla was killed instantly when hemoved was crushed under the cab of thci semitrailer truck His relief driv er Grovcr Pickron about 30 also from Auburndale was pinned by his legs underneath the cab Traffic was detoured around the accident scene while the wreck age was removed and three cars were involved in a minor colli ision on the side road detour No You dont know how good itjone injurcd scriously in that is to hear a human voice again Pickrnn said of his ordeal He was at Virginia Gay Hospital here in critical con dition accident Dawson was driving a load of eggs for n produce company from JFIorala Ala SAME Rlack Mag means traffic dcalh in past W hours the Reciprocal Trade again Act for five years Many Democrats indicated they want to go further than Eisen howers proposal for a billion Despite a cold front which moved across the state early Fri day the mercury didnt fall much below freezing ranging from 27 dollar fouryear program to proat Mason City and Waterloo to 33 at Dos Moines anil Ottiimwa The Weather Bureau said Iho mild weather would continue through Saturday but that colder temperatures would set in Sun day Spencer and Sioux City shared J Moore was killcdjthe states high temperatures Thursday when a tractor overThursday with 55 degree readings turned on top of him on his farm Mason City had 47 Duhiiquc had mote education and research Tractor Overturns lowa Farmer Killed COLUMBUS JUNCTION UP about miles west o here 4 the coolest reading with i3   

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