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   Hutchinson News-Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1954, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Todayg Weather A Little Cooler THE HUTCHINSON NEWSHERALD 23311 83RD YEAR 29 AUGUST 1954 SINGLE COPYPRICE tSc Announce Military Training Plan iel objected that the back ers of the Flanders move were try ing to do to McCarthy what they accuse him condemning NewiHerald photo by Fred STRICTLY NEUTRAL hi her ii Shirley 508 West who posts few posters en utility pole near her Shirley knows tacking posters on utility poles is so she took Going Way Out On The Limb By JOHN McCORMALLY NewsHerald Political Editor This is the day when the political reporter is supposed to come out from behind his ands and and say who is going to win the with all the aplomb of the sports editor picking the gridiron winners of an autumn Saturday are my choices in the major races Republicans Attorney Democrats 5th District SenatorMcGill The real of course is for The Republican race has been so hot and so close that any prediction is My pre diction that Hall will win is based on a belief that people will vote Tuesday in larger numbers than the politicians Supporters of George Tejnplar are basing their hopes on a small Zooming temperatures will keep thousands at writes a Topeka political observer who favori Those respon sive to federal and state pressure appeals will different citizens wont Moderately in and taxpayers A Western Kansas paper sup porting Templar believes he will win because an en trenched as strongry as the pres ent GOP gets out the These are rather curious ad missions by a candidates sup porters That the politicians will nominate him because the peo ple wont Its an admis sion that Hall is the peoples candidate and that if enough people he will I be lieve enough will On the Democratic George Docking has had the most skill fully timed campaign of any of thc I suspect it was more by accident than Never Docking got off to a slow start and is still gathering steam as the campaign Its the kind of pacing Wes Santee would Bill Salomes campaign flashed way last winter and has been slowing down ever It will still be But the Lawrence banker who has nev er been in politics is appealing to wellpublicized crusades against g a m b 1 e and his stand in the Wes Roberts In the Democrat lieutenant gov ernor neither George nor Dan To is widely Most vot ers will be flying blind when they mark that But Hart has put on the most vigorous campaign has the Two old Andy Schoeppe and George will win their nominations to the Senate with no The same goes for Wint Smith in the 6th District whose opposition is ad mittedly In the 5th two youthful Democrats are battling for the honor to challenge Cliff Im giving the nod to Collins al though he isnt as well known as Bock who was in the legislature and ran for Congress once But Bock has done little cam has a screwball platform and I believe the people of the 5th have quit taking him serious Collins comes from Sumner Foes Lambast McCarthy J To Build For Known Possible War r Worst Une tar July 31 Fulbright DArk hurled sixj an allegation of shakedown of a nous ing McCarthy today as Senate ploughed through some scVen hours of argu ment without a decision on a move to censure the Wisconsin Republi Fullbright moved to meet ment objections from a number of demnation of McCarthys offered by Flanders tne ncxl 10 das Ky July 31 Eleven trapped in the i names of their overturned 1941 31 sweeping new military manpower died un Pine Mountain Plan aimed at military duly or all qualified young followed today in the worst single car fragby compulsory service in a new reserve has been approved jedy in National Safety Council recby the Eisenhower it was disclosed The object to prepare the nation for any possible war with Russia The only Hexie Thc whole was in a serious condition from thc da war with themen without prior service who burns over most of his His Soviet said n thc flrst ew WASHINGTON July 31 UP wife and three children tary of Defense John Hannah W8r President Eisenhower boosted his when the auto cxplainins lhc the cost battine avcraee Ihiscau8nt fire were Maxics j of the administration s new reserve two major tolls reach 37 her hv lhc Nalmnal system would be 1H billion ing his His congressional the driver and owner wcck or submission to Conabout twice the expenditure upon separate reserve programs of Ikes Batting Average Up On Legislation senators that f the resolution of d f the ithe car their four children andigreas early nest year nt Hf m I Martha who lived with Everyone up to the i1 wrvces the Hannah asrees that we must The program is designed to lacked a bill of The rcccived from Tne accident occurred eight Bn effective reserve to meoticonie fully effective within It was a day in wmcn toes of Congrcss on successive days a genmiles south of this Letcher County requirements of war with the years after Congress pawes tlw McCarthy lambasted anderal nousjng bill designed to kcepjseat in southeaster Kentucky Hannah added And necessary other including Danthe construction industry rolling inishortly after the families left their that is the only war that counts of doing to others people without fair high gear and an omnibus tax reMillstone homes to visit the coal vision measure with various bene fits totaling in first year reductions for some tax mine where Maxie and Brown I Hickenlooper R Iowa called the Flanders resolution an utterly improper approach and In early evening the Senate re cessed until Todays debate never reached the peaks Youth Killed In Car Crash lie The reserve which Han nah said would have to be pushed i through Congress before the cur i rent selective service law expires u A d hf inext is the newest approach The first bill fell far short of as saying the a fom of univcrsal Commendations for lowrent pubbecame overheated by the long Art jt w UTTLE RIVER Bobb The ax measure j up the steep grade and Brown alyond some lraining vWU hu Bii tcmptco to stop shortly flftcr u the Hannah pointed jn was killed cause the National Security oil in approving it stated one of an ash eight miles the objectives thus All of Lltllf Rivcr P men will be required to serve a minimum period as Five other persons in the ve jor proposals in this ing the crest of the Ferguson of Maxie said thc brakes failed and chairman of the Senate RepublicanBrown drove into a ditch to keep Policy said were befrom careening down the long ginning to break up the logjam and i The auto struck a jam we should be able to continue to of emotion and tension scaled last shovc thc bills down to the While McCarthy himself was now j much of the And crowds had Ferguson said he had S f ml8 yong men who blew lromnot enlist in a service of their hopes of final adjournment by a the lawmakers appeared willing to settle for some time the week of dwindled to the point where there were big clumps of empty seats in the Fulbright offered amendments to the Flanders resolution covering each of his six He said lie would demand a vote on The other five were that McCar thy Denounced a Senate subcommit that investigated s his affairs and contemptuously refused comply with its request that heference The Senate was lhc The admin stratwn s top policy making body said also that011 were injured whcn it went of control after a left rear They are in Lyons iS cllnbcd week from But host of not sure but 1 think will be it was the back Maxie said the gasoline tank burst into flames as he escaped The great bulk of the remainingjbut that he grahbea an ax lying workload is on the Senate which rb and lricd hack m has no rules to shut off lnr The House has virtually completed its work for the and will mark time waiting to act on con Openly invited and urged gov ernment employes to violate the law and their oaths of office irown behind be fore a nationwide television audi This was a reference to Mc Carthys statement at the Army McCarthy hearings that it was the duty of government workers to supply him with confidential infor schedule by the 13 day debate on the atomic energy bill which ended suddenly Tuesday night with its Attracted By Gods Acres ins for the others until the heat drove him Despite flames which had burned away his Maxie was again attempting to free lha others when help ar Hannah rrad from an document classified he talked to newsmen In hit of he derlMnlflrd he paper by Young with his moth Edward had been visiting at the home of JHarmuths and limple expedient of rutting jClair 525 East The family lives in Hawaii where the father is in military Driver of the panel truck was off he word secret with a pair of Whether Congress would go along j Gods in was pub in the June issue of Coro with the plan is a It 1121 East been cool to UMT In the He suffered a fractured left Potter aid Maiies account was as Hannah out Passengers included Gil confirmed by a witness Willie lincd il would aboll8h lhe who suffered cuts and Craft of fnd Air Force reserve GUlaspc M 10I1S as they now and make thp Natlona Gllard now Dlflna Gillaspey 10 un of and hmmy Natlonal Guard of the i treated and dismissed from Lyons Shirley States for all practical pur and Rice dead 4 and Louise 1and the Brown Strongly Implied in public hcari MULLINVILLE Whcn ings of his own subcommittee that Marietta Weavers Annie Lee an employe of Acres the Pentagon was known to be a lished member of the Communist partynet magazine neither author norj and that if she testified she would I publishers had any idea it would j perjure herself before he had j completely change lives of a cou given her a chance to jpie living half way across the na iH sald shcri assigning to guard units all youngj said Army and Air Force men after panel truck skid times Impugned the patriot ism and character of Ralph another witness at McCarthy hearings on communism in the tion from it might be had the principals in an unusual sequel Democrats as the man who can county which will give him a big win in With five men in the GOP lieu tenant governor anything vote and he should run well in could that My who is comes from The Weather KANSAS Partly cloudy Sun day with scattered thunderstorms west in afternoon or evening and in central at little change In kighs 95 102 partly cloudy possibly turning cooler northwest In after Hutchinson Weather By CAA at Airport High 95 at 78 at 6 At southeast at 17 Partly weather or 24 noun ending at Station W Boston 72 8S 58 74 92 A9 Detroit 89 Dodge City 73 fan Worth 7ft m 49 81 Little Rock 73 Oklahoma city 91 73 7ft 71 Topeka 16 Washington 7S Wichita 7S will be the beneficiary of the other four candidates all from Topeka and Kansas City knocking themselves Dick Fatzer will win nomination for a third term as attorney gen In a June speech the without proof or other justica the alleged i to the i At William Un lion thumbed through his copy of magazine and began reading story of how Mullinville citi made an unwarranted atjzens banded dedicating a tack upon George Marportion of their Point 1 McCarthy got dealt with a in 1948 from fee the It A Senate subcommittee declared record called it hotter than crops and livestock to build a newjin some and others swore jchurch through a Gods strongiy about it A National Safety Council spokes in Chicago said the 11person toll was the worst sinsle toll on record in this country lthcy had coniPloled their trfurs of and came to rest 213 feet from the or voluntary duty in whcrc thc tire blew i regular The present re serve law sets forth an jperiod of military service but and armyth were cnroute to Kanopofis In spend weekend when the crash Pete front of whose farm said he favored putting hnmc the crash teeth Into the law by reconimend Ing automat any youth who failed or refused to continue hln active rttrrvt serv July Was A Real Scorcher The weatherman said tern peratures were 510 above normal in almost degrees every daily dur ing one of the hottest Julys on method to force mcn to join the organized and ac tive Union showed the story to his In Hutchinson maximum daily cd aid from Little River and took some of the injured to Lyons hos pital in his Young Harmuth was born in Hutchinson August He is ja member of the Roman Catholic I ifor the establishment of five VJfion lhe manpower each Hannah said the program calls This was six weeks The cou in a 1952 report the deal appearedpie talked about were so im to have been highly they decided to come to uit niuiiiii a ui 1 i ii I daVs saw temperatures under thclPools would he made up of the ilOO mark with one of those components 1 registering a cool The other The reyular military forces BrowneJl has said the Reno and other eastern counties Justice Department could find no in the Theres a 3way Republican race for one Supreme Court position which Judge Spencer of should A former legis Gard made a relatively hard has had almost unani mous editorial The only other stale primary evidence of law eral despite a wellfinj race is Republican for state print anced campaign by bis John because Kan sans are impressed by Fatzers Inside Stuff er which Ferd currently in the will win over little known John of i New Tai Law Historic Page Seek State Lake For Page State Fair Page Hays Wheat Page Kansas and see first Union corresponded with pastor of the new Last week the Pennsylvania cou were from 9 to totaling starting one year Hottest day here was 110 on from This total is about July Day preceding was men more than the Pentagon The mercury climbed to 110 againjpiannors last year thought it would on the Other Hannah conceded that thc Pen ilOO to 107 were Young Driver Hits House pie arrived in They a T spent several days here getting ac jV T itlc last ycar that theiporary rest from ridicule found the town to their sho3 onlv two readbW of the sex has committed wnicn snowca two withdrawal nf most of the above It was 104 on Julylerounf in Kill ia They have returned to JameSl4th and 1953 Next highesjground lroops In lhe Far fcast Forest teen age son town but plan soon to move tojdayg wcrp Ks and Coolcst Mr and Mrs Forcst JUIV IWW3S North some Photo Contest iSemtforf 1 y 61h 78 j Thcsp are lhe hard facts n who would be in the Army and msuutlca Iesl0n Mturaay Friun broke into Some Enemy Planes Will Get Through By ELTON FAY AP Military Reporter manned radar warning1 stations are in operation scanning the arc July 31 skies up the edge of the North United States has about jetAmerican the beginning interceptor planes poised to j of the distant radar warning scream into the air within threecalled minutes of an enemy attack The nation has far more and far better aerial defense ready Robot missile installation pro jects are underway at a dozen critically important metropolitan areas with more than a score of than it had in the most danger ous days of World War other Nike planned for other Automatic antiplane But the most optimistic defense sive weapon is appallingly Altinental decade ago the biggest bomb was It may not save every but His chief officer for this is and lesser units and in the reserve organizations of the Navy and the Marine These men could be called to federal duty directly and immediately by the four regglar a national emergency ons and the radar warning The third pool would number a 10ton Nine yearsiit may save enough to keep the Benjamin chief of men who would be called ago the first nuclear fission bombnations war effort going until re1 Air Defense jup as individuals through the se was with force equivaltaliatory bombing by the Strategic Head of the Armys antiaircraft lective service The sc ent to of Last Air Fleet can strike at sources command is John callable reserves would March a thermonuclear bomb was from which the enemy launches Headquarters for both thebe composed largely of men who set off which yielded a force of aerial That is the Air Defense Commandjhad served active duty tours and about 17 million And with Forces static deand the Armys Antiaircraft Comlgone through the ready no trouble at far mightier ones fense by interceptors and antiairtmand is at Ent Air Force is from this third category that can be fire isnt enough only jthe military services as well as Some sardonic soul has summed ing Russian bases could stop a war1 A longstanding study looking to science and industry would look up the progress of mass exterminiand win expert doesnt dream that thisation weapons this way establishment of multibillion artillery rings many key dollar system of continental dej A weird looking row offense would stop every Russian warning called Texas Towbomber from getting through the is being staked in the coastal He only hopes that most Bigger Where ii everybody It is with the hope of helping Despite the already andsingle continental involved system of continental demand is reported nearing comply there is yet no Recommendations are all command with full authority rcntly in the hands of the Joint to direct Chiefs of from where they At present some will go to the Defense waters off the Atlantic Seaboardwould be detected and prevent a day when some survivor but no rests with the National Security Counci and the the Pine Tree radar fence in In this day of nuclear might look at a great smoking eraAir Nathan Indications are that the area of the Canadian border is one bomb can destroy one great ter and ask where is everyone Air Force chief of has a the Air Force will designated almost 100 per cent complete and that thc government Is building responsibility of seeking coordinaas the executive agency for this jworking several The progress of the new complex system called contion of the air and ground a fullfledged for specialists and key defense comi The fourth pool would con sist of an annual draft of men lo be taken in at lhe rate of each The actual number of would depend upon the number who S The last pool would consist of a reservoir of driftage who was backing in and out of the driveway at his home stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake while in re verse The car shot back ward over the curb across the street and into a house rented by and James 1801 North who are in Wash ington vacationing for the When the car was untangled from the a 5 x 3 hole was staring unpleasantly from the front room wall of the Todd Car apparently wasnt extensively and Tennant was Hayes is owner of the Intercepted Letter SA TEMPLAR Ileast forward Dear Fred and Georges You fellows have fought a gooi May the best man Huteli   

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