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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1958 This Paper Consists oJ Two No 17 Speed Pentagon Reorganization Overall Plan From Ike Requested WASHINGTON iffi Rep Mc Cormack the House majority leader said Saturday it is President Eisenhowers respon sibility as commanderinchief to tell Congress how he thinks the Pentagon should be reorganized The demand came amid signs that the movement to reorganize the military high command has been speeded The Democratic leader whose party controls both houses of Con gress served notice that the leg islators would be reluctant to put through a major reorganization without a plan from the Presidenl whose constitutional duties in clude command of the armed forces Eisenhower said in his State oi the Union message on Jan 9 that he would send Congress recom mendations for reorganization o the military setup to achieve real unity But last Wednesday he told newsmen a plan must be worked out after many confer ences in which the views of Con gress and the services would be sought He said his own persona convictions could no be the fina Red Boss in Visit to answer SEN MATTHEW NEELY Sen Neely of W Virginia Dies at 83 WASHINGTON UP Sen Mat thew M Neely Democratic sena tor from West Virginia died Sat urday at the Naval Medical Cen ter in nearby Bethesda Md He was 83 Neely former West Virginia governor and House member had been in failing health for a year was on hand in a wheel New Demands Meanwhile demands have been aired on capitol hill for a drastic military reshuffling to end any harmful interservice rivalry Some congressmen have said a knocking of heads at the Penta gon without a change in the law would do the job McCormack a top member of the House Government Opera tions Committee which handles reorganization plans said he is keeping my mind open on the subject But he said Eisenhow ers latest remarks indicate a delay before any plan comes from the Chief Executive I want to know what he has in mind McCormack said in an interview He has the re sponsibility of letting the Con gress know his views Certainly his views would be worthy of and should receive consideration Inquiries Recessed Arguments over military roles and bcttcrthanusual news about missiles highlighted the defense story Friday as House and Sen ate committees recessed their in quiries over the weekend There were these developments 1 Gen Nathan F Twining chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and former Air Force chief of staff told the Senate Pre paredness Subcommittee in ef fect that he would turn in his uniform rather than criticize Ei senhowers defense budget Twining said in previous closed door testimony madf public Fri day that the armed services nev er get all the money they ask for commander makes a deci I chair when Congress convened early this month His death stands to cost the Democrats one seat in the Sen ate West Virginias governor Cecil Underwood is a Republi can and will appoint a successor to Neely to serve until the next WARSAW secret visit to Poland by Soviet Communis chieftain Nikita Khrushchev was officially announced Friday Khrushchev broke a vacation to spend three days talking with Polish party leader Wladyslaw Gomulka and Premier Josef Cy rankiewicz Khrushchev met the Polish Communist leaders in a hunting lodge at Bealowierze Polands biggest forest The talks report edly were held during or just be fore last weekend On Soviet Side Observers noted the Soviet communique named only Khrnsh chev on the Soviet side It was unofficially reported that Premi er Nikolai Bulganin was there too but that report lacked con firmation On his 1956 visit Poland Khrushchev was accom panied by V M Molotov Lazar Kaganovich and A I Mikoyan Communist sources said talks of this kind normally would range over all world issues and all questions concerning the Communist bloc They would be held without an agenda and with out much previous preparation they added NOW BILLION National Debt Has Been Problem Ever Since Days of 1776 By WILLIAM GANT New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The federal government of the United States began business in 1776 with what was con sidered then to be a staggering national SSOOTHJT This represented the obligations of the original 13 states including owed France Spain and Holland ior loans made during the Revolution On a per capita basis each man woman and child of the new republic owed S1932 in 1790 Today the national debt is within threequarters of a billion dollars of the S275 billion statutory debt ceiling established by Con gress with the per capita figure now slightly above The Eisenhower administration has asked Congress to vote a temporary billion increase in the debt ceiling The national debt is expected to be reduced to billion by June 30 but in his budget message President Eisenhower said that the present ceiling is to restrictive A higher ceiling is needed he said to give the treasury some muchneeded flexibility in con ducting its financing between now and April when income tax ipayments start rolling in The present ceiling has forced the Ueasury lo adopt costly and INDEPENDENCE if Lesterinefficient debt management Farmer Is Shot Wife Wounded general election Neely the second oldest mem ber of the Senate had been in politics 44 years Antimissile Radar Sites Are Planned WASHINGTON UP The United States plans to build three secret overseas outposts equipped with radar that could pick up Russian missiles minutes after they left the ground it was dis closed Friday The outposts could give the Strategic Air Command at least 15 minutes warning of a Soviet missile attack and enable SAC to launch a retaliatory attack Authority to begin construction of a 189milliondollar ballistic missile detection system was contained in an emergency bill passed by the House Wednesday and now before the Senate The topsecret project was re vealed with publication of heav ily censored Air Force testimony last Monday before the House Armed Services Committee The three detection centers will Last Visit Khrushchevs last visit to Po land was in October 1956 in the midst of demonstrations agains Soviet domination He arrived then in a flaming temper and in twoday talks hac an open row with Gomulka who had then just taken over contro of the Polish Communist party During the crisis Soviet troop movements suggested a threa of force against the Poles Although he was an exponent of the different roads to social ism approach Gomulka signed the Moscow unity manifesto bj the Communist parties of 64 na tions last Nov 22 Waterloo Man Falls 4 Stories Injured WATERLOO K Swanson 35 Waterloo was crit ically injured Saturday when h fell four floors from a hotel win dow to the sidewalk Swanso suffered a basal skull fracture a crushed chest and internal in juries in the fall from the fourt floor of the Ellis Hotel Authorities said Swanson wa visiting the room occupied b Marie Glenz Waterloo and he daughter Patricia 14 They sai Mrs Glenz told them Swanso stumbled and fell backwar through the window sion and if everybody starts buckbe spotted about 1000 miles apart ing it it is just no good and yoiiiin the general area of the present have no military he said Sen Symington a com mittee member Saturday de fended Congress demands on military leaders for their views on the budget If Congress docs JOINS MASTER IN WORLD OF DARK NESS Buggs a courageous boxer dog AP Phoiotnx Buggs probably knows eyes having been blasted out by a shotgun never could understand why his blind while he tried to protect the boys fath master Johnny Plaisted 6 Portland ers place of business against burglars Ore had to feel his way about Now Hoover about 45 a farmer near Winthrop was killed and his wife Dorothy was wounded in the hand in a shooting Saturday Sheriff E A Hart said he was holding Bob Wright about 35 of Quasqueton also in Buchanan County for questioning No de tails of the incident were immedi tely available Mrs Hoover was reported in NATO Group in Tour of Iowa Farms CEDAR RAPIDS from seven countries to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization em Darked on a tour to observe mili afy installations and everyday ife in America started out Sat urday to have a look at Iowa arms in this area The agricultural sightseeing rip followed a visit to two Cedar Rapids industrial plants Friday The 10 members of the delega ion were impressed with what they saw at the Quaker Oats Co and the Cherry Burrell plants The visitors arrived here Thurs day night for a fourday stopover Gov Herschel Loveless welcomed Lhem at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon Friday A Danish dele gate said he was particularly im pressed with the openheartcd ness of the American people The delegates will take par Sunday in discussions on NATO at Coe College They will leave The Weather Case Against Mason City Cloudy with occa sional snow flurries through Sunday Low Saturday night about 18 Turning colder Sun day high in low 20s Iowa Mostly cloudy not much change in temperature with a chance of a few snow flurries Saturday night and Sunday Austin Nun Thrown Out AUSTIN Minn judge Friday threw out a charge against a nun involving rocke Low SaUirdav night 15 northexperiments with mice and took east 25 southwest Minnesota Mostly cloudy through Sunday with scattered light snow High Sunday 5 to 15 north and 15 to 25 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 31 Minimum 20 At 8 am 21 YEAR AGO Maximum 19 Minimum 2 under consideration arguments in the case Mower County District Court Judge A C Richardson dismissed the charges against Sister Duns good condition at a hospital Preliminary reports said the loovers drove over to the neigh boring George Wright farm Sat urday morning and that Hoove and Bob Wright apparently en gaged in an argument The Hoovers were shot officers said after they got back into their car methods To stay within the limit he treasury has had to borrow relatively small amounts at high shortterm rates to meet current obligations instead of large amounts at longterm rates General Fund The government owes today ap proximately to a variety of people and institutions Oddly about billion is owed to the government itself in the form of social security and unem ployment taxes collected but put in the general fund There is an i billion or so owed to one of its own agencies the Fed eral Reserve System Of the S194 billion real indebt edness approximately S50 billion is due holders of savings and de fense bonds S165 billion to in dividual holders of other govern ment securities S155 billion to corporations SlO8 billion to state overnments billion to for eign investors S128 billion to in urance companies S8 billion to savings banks S56 to savings and loan institutions S77 billion to pension funds and S594 bil ion to commercial banks The in terest on these obligations runs some S74 billion a year or about ciety said Sister Duns Scotus Conductor R E Perry object SI of every S10 collected in taxes contributed to cruelty to animals of art unknown motorists wrath Icurrently Gave Motorist Punch in Retiwn Conductor Says MARSHALLTOWN Iff An irate motorist who bopped a freight conductor in the face Scotus adviser of the Austin got a split lip in return the con Rocket Society The Humane ductor said Saturday Charles Cityan Is Injured in Accident DES MOINES Jessie C here Tuesday for Denver to visitLynch 55 Charles City was the new Air ForceAcademy and injured aFout the neck ancTshoul in her sponsorship of 11 scientific minded youths who used liver mice in their experiments Appeared in Court i The Austin rocketeers appeared in court with their parents while1 attorneys for both sides gave five minute presentations for their A temporary restraining order in a blocked crossing incident at Mason City two days ago elaborated on an earlier report which mentioned only the blow Perry suffered He hit me so I hit him Perry said Ill pose with my bruised face alongside his split lip anytime The national debt reached an alltime high mark of 369348 on Feb 28 1946 when the ceiling was billion Turning Point This top figure marked a turn ing point in the financial history of the couritry Fourfifths of it had been incurred in fighting Perry said the motorist War II and practically all is now in effect which bans the climbed into the caboose com of it either in fighting wars or other miliary installations when his station wagon col youths from using live mice in their rocket tests Richardson said ho would rule in about weeks whether To issue a permanent injunction Societys Views Cedar Rapids one of two placesilided with a car in Des Moines selected for nonmilitary inspecSaturday He was taken to a hos Humane Society Atty Perry lions on the 31day tour was chosen as typical of smaller American cities pital Ralph G Jackson of DescCopeland said that the Austin Moines identified as the driver ofRocket Society was undoing the the car was not injured Distant Early Warning Line for aircraft de tection The 3000mile range of the new radar equipment will provide ample overlap to create an unbroken fence along the con not have the right to know the tincnts rim facts I dont see how it can do The DEW system consists of its constitutional duty he told more than 100 main and secon a newsman dary stations However the range 2 Twining issued a special of this equipment is only between statement denying charges that intcrservicc rivalry has stymied a firm agreement on war plans Newspaper columnist Stewart Al sop had written that under the1 present setup each service would be fighting its own private war should hostiiities break out to morrow New Pet Awakens Family During Fire KENTKIELD Calif Six weeks ago Mr and Mrs David Wayne read in a newspaper that Skipper a black mongrel would be put to death by a humane so ciety unless he found a home The Waynes gave him one Friday Wayne slightly over come with smoke was awakened by Skipper tugging at his pa jamas lie aroused his wife Mar garet an expectant mother and they dashed to safely 100 and 200 miles Man Electrocuted at Davenport Plant DAVENPORT Pace 50 Rock Island 111 was electro cuted Friday when he came in contact with an electrical circuit Coroner Kenneth Frocschle said Pace was employed at the Bcn dix Aviation Corp plant here efforts of the group which spends sums of money each year to pre vent cruelty to animals Two Austin lawyers who volun teered their services to the youths took issue with the Humane So cietys contention that cruelty was being performed William Handler and Thomas Meany said that no cruelty was involved since the white mice used in the rockctfDcs Moines plained about the train on the crossing and swung He then drove off Railroad special agents are still looking for the motorist Perry reported I cant understand why this guy got mad said Perry The train crew was trying to clear the crossing as soon as possi ble Barton Gets 10 Years in Prison GARNER James A Barton overcoming the greatest depres sion the country ever experienced Injhe first 20 years of the re public considerable headway was made in reducing the briginal JS75800000 indebtedness By 1810 the national debt was S53 million but the War of 1812 and the re construction projects immediately thereafter brought the debt up to S127 million by 1S16 However in the next 25 years the debt was practically wiped off the records Through the sale of public lands the government was able to buy up its securities and under President Andrew Jackson in 1835 the national debt was only 333000 the lowest Friday was senfjgurc nations history launching including the two that died were anesthestizod Authorities Break Up Superman Gang NEW YORK Plans of a tenced to 10 years in the mens reformatory at Anamosa when District Panic of 1837 The panic of 1837 caused the debt to go up to S10434000 by 1839 creeping up to 323000000 by IS44 The Mexican war and its he appeared before Judge C H Wild Barton pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking and entering aftermath increased the debt to in the night time He was arrestS63000000 by 1849 and by 1861 it ed shortly after two breakins reached due to de youn for a 000 bankihcrc last Christmas in which crcased custom duties and pub get funds for sotting several hundred dollars wercjlic improvements SAME AP Photofax the Improved Order of Red Men oi Iowa LOVELESS DONS RED MEN REGALIA John Freuncl Muscatine adjusts ceremonies at Des Moines Freund is great the Indian headdress on Gov Herschel sachem of the organixation Loveless as the Governor is adopted into up a Nazilike superman society have been broken up because two members disclosed the plot Police said the leader George Leggett 21 had imbued his group of 10 youths with Nordic supremacy and the racial ideas of Adolf Hitler Leggett called I him self George von Lictcr and Isaid he was born in Germany Authorities said ho was born in the Bronx TIRE SLASHERS HELD CEDAR RAPIDS 16yearold boys who admitted slashing tires on about 20 to 30 taken Since that time he has been lodged in the Winnebago County jail at Forest City Appeal bond was fixed at 54000 The Civil War threatened to wreck the country financially The public debt crossed the bil lion dollar mark in 1862 and jicached 52755000000 in 18G6 However the next 26 years saw a period of almost unbroken re Uiuction in the debt and by 1892 it dropped under the billiondollar mark million that year and NAHA Okinawa fouren SOtH million in H went above gin Navy transport piano crashed a billion the foilwins year but and burned moments after take readied only SI436700 by 1899 off here Saturday hut all 35 despite the Spanish American aboard survived Two wore war 35 Escape Crash of Navy Transport burned and taken to Kyukyus Army Hospital Sharp Rise In 1916 the debt was only A motor on the big naval vcr225145000 but it started to riso cars and who were also implision of UIP commercial DC6 wont sharply the following ycar and cated in about 100 car prowlings and four car thefts wore arrest ed Friday dead as tho piano loft Kadona Airireachcci a now alltime of Base Tho plane faltered headed down and struck a hillside in 191 as rosult of World War I There was
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