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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1959, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Saturday March 211959 DAllYCAffTAlNEWS National Guard Reorganizes To Fit Needs Reorganization of the Missour National Guard to fit modern ba tie conditions was announced Fr day by Maj GenA D Sheppard state adjutant general He said the National Guard Bu reau in Washington has approve the reorganization It is part of nationwide plan to convert tact cal units to the new pentorni concept splitting the 35th Divisio Into five battle groups for modern mobile warfare Same Partition As one of the new ROOD reorganized combat infantry d vision units the 35th will con tinue to be twothirds in Missour and onethird in eastern Kansas The Missouri authorizec strength will be 8281 same as a present with 5459 troops part o the 35th Division and 2822 in non divisional supporting units Sheppard emphasized that n town that now has a Nationa Guard unit will lose it when th reorganization is completed Apr 15 and all strengths will remai about the same But some town will have a unit of a different des ignation and type than at present Gets New Unit For the first time Missouri wi have a new type unit an Arm aircraft maintenance battalion The commander and two com panies will be located at Spring field with other companies at Au rora and Lebanon When ready to go in about year the battalion will handle al maintenance on Army Nationa Guard aircraft for the 18 midwest ern states of the 4th and 5th Arm areas Heres a summary Of otter changes State Headquarters State headquarters and head quarters detachment at Jefferso City only minor changes 35t Division headquarters in Sedalia and Kansas City only mmo changes 138th infantry St Louis wdl be come the 1st Battle Group 138t Combat Army Regiment with units Other units of the 138th be come part of newly orgamze units 140th Infantry Regiment from southeastern Missouri become the 1st and 2nd Battle Groups o the 140th Combat Army Regiment 128th Field Artillery Battalion becomes the 1st Howitzer Bat talion 629th Combat Arms Regi ment with headquarters at Hex ico Battery A at St Louis and Battery B at Columbia 129th Field Artillery Battalion of Northwest Missouri becomes the 2nd Howitzer Battalion 629th Combat Arms Regiment with headquarters at Maryville Bat tery A at Albany and Battery D at Independence A new artillery battalion is the 3rd Howitzer Battalion 629th Combat Arms Regiment with headquarters at Sedalia Batterj A at BoonvUle and Battery D a Kirksville Battalion Tripled 35th Signal Battalion grows from one company split between St Joseph and Chillicothe to three companies stationed at St Joseph Chillicothe and Kansas City 110th Engineer Battalion for merly with four companies grows to six companies with four in Kansas City and one each in Lex ington and Richmond replacing the artillery battery and medical company in those cities Southwest Missouris 135th Tank Battalion will be redesignated the 2nd Medium Tank Battalion 203rd Combat Arms Regiment with a new unit at Clinton Original units remain at Carthage Nevada Webb City Lamar and Pierce City 203rd AAA battalion is redesig nated the 1st Reconnaissance Squadron 203rd Combat Arms Regiment With units remaining at Joplin Anderson Monett and Ne osho while reaiquarters Of the 203rd AAA Group in Joplm is redesignated headquarters and headquarters detachment 35th In fantry Division Trains Springfield and Marshall will re tain the 35th Infantry Division band and the 35th Quartermaster Company and the 20th Medical Battalion will remain in Kansas City City Retains Unit Jefferson Citywhere state main tenance shops are located will re tain the headquarters and main tenance support company of the 735th Ordnance Battalion as well as the forward support company 175th Military Police Battalion with headquarters at Fulton and companies in Columbia Warren ton and Moberly will gain one company at Hannibal the pre vious 35tb Military Police Com pany 880th Engineer Battalion for merly two companies gains two companies from the 202nd AAA Battalion in St Louis Festus formerly had a company of the 140th Infantry and now has a company in the signal supply and maintenance battalion with headquarters in St Louis DeSoto also had a company of the 140th infantry that is to become a new unit the 106th Ordnance Company heavy maintenance The unit at Salem also a part of the 140th infantry is redeisg nated as the 158th Ordnance Field Supply Company Rolla is un changed retaining the 1438th Float Bridge Company ADC Payments Show Increase in February A 7 per cent cut in aid to depend ent children payments in effect since last May was restored last month and that helped increase ADC payments by 5197043 in Mis souri Announcing the montnly figures today welfare Director Proctor1 N Carter said payments avcrag jng S8980 went to 25754 families f an increase of 462 i Old age assistance rolls contin ued the gradual decline that has dropped 250 to 400 persons off the lists each month for the last i The number of permanently and totally disabled continued its grad climb with 15305 persons on the rolls up 36 They received grants totaling up and average was TWOFINGER Hussein of Jordan tries a native Hawaiian dish at a luau Hawaiian feast given by Honolulu by Gov William F Quinn The 23yearold monarch is tasting pio taro in the approved twofinger stjle of Hawaiian while the governors wife watches Hussein who came to Hawaii from Formosa Saturday for Washington AP Wirephoto Skiing Becomes Big Business in U S By the Associated Press About three million men wom en and children ski at least once a year in the United States They regard their nonskiing fellow citi zens as an underprivileged minor ity lacking iri appreciation of the finer things of life A member of the minority jroup maybe surprised to learn low things have changed since the days when skiing meant 90 per cent hill and 10 per Cent riding or falling The invention of the ski lift rev olutionalized the sport No more trudging through kneedeep snow in soggy galoshes You grab a ca ble station yourself in front of a Tbar or fide a chair to be whisked to the highest peak This all costs money That is why some estimate that 125 mil lion dollars will be spent this sea son by the skiing public Lodging and transportation are the major factors Then come equipment lift charges entertainment aric Only an old spoil sport would mention that medical treat Eisenhowers Restraint Eases Tension at Crucial Moments By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON AP History may show President Eisenhowers greatest contribution to the presi dency was his restraint in time of danger and critical stress Ap parently again it has just paid off In a weeks time there has been a definite relaxing of tension over Berlin Eisenhower has shown restraint a number of times when through emotionalism or aggressiveness could have precipitated un predictable events including war When the British French and Israelis invaded Egypt in and the Soviet Union threatened retaliation that would have meant world war cracked down on the Allies to stop and get out They did The Red on de stroying ionalist Chiang Chinese Kaisheks Na on Formosa at various times have bombarded the offshore islands of Quemoy and Matsu Eisenhower could have resorted o extreme steps He could have ordered Ameri can planes to bombard the Chi nese mainland This would have been a good 3et to bring on a war with Red Chinas ally the USSR Instead Sisenhower used less drastic Week Services Set allC Church Holy Week services at the Im maculate Conception Church will egin with the blessing of palms sefbre the Solemn High Mass at 1 am The Very Rev Msgr Paul U Certz pastor said Masses will be elebrated at and 7 pm ply Thursday It will be a Solemn igh Mass at 7 pm A procession o the Repository will follow The Hour services will be ob erved beginning at noon on Good riday A Eucharistic service will e held during the final hour ervices in the evening starting at 30 oclock will include the Way f the Cross a sermon and on of the Cross Holy Saturday services will be in at pm consisting of the Blessing the Easter fire Easter andle Easter Water and baptis mal water and the profession of aith A Solemn High Easter Vigil will begin approximately at means to bolster the defense oi the islands and sweat out the Rec attacks until the Communists quieted down Rebel Forces The same was true in Indochina when North Viet Nam was falling to rebel forces of Communist He Chirninh and the French colonial masters of Indochina were disin tegrating Eisenhower could have sent in American planes to bail out the French and smash the Commu nists This could have meant war with Red China Eisenhower didnt True half of Viet Nam was lost to the Reds But the rest of the country freed of the French be gan for the first time to have a democratic government of its own It can be argued that Eisenhow ers restraints ware a series of negative actions But Eisenhower responsible for the leadership not only of this country but of the Western world used restraint to avoid catastrophes There have been other in stances most recently the Berlin crisis created by Premier Nikita demanded last Allies get their troops put of West Berlin He ap peared to be setting a sixmonths deadline for it The West assumed he meant by May 27 The West stood firm in refusing to get out although the Allies eyed each other carefully wondering if any of them might weaken Since November Khrushchev has made puzzling statements some belligerent such as warn ing the West it faced war with the Soviet Union if the Allies refus ng to pull out their troops at empted to force supplies through Hommunist East Germany to their Berlin garrisons Sounds Heated At a couple of news conferences Sisenhower sounded a little heat ed when talking of Khrushchev and his Berlin demands He even ndicated that any Soviet attempt Khrushchev who Nov 27 that the pm Masses on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday will be at the reg lar hours nd 11 am Msgr Kertz 9 10 said Confession ours will be from 3 to pm nd after 7 pm Saturday and from to G pm only on Holy Saturday n addition they will be heard from to pm and after 7 pm on ednesday arid after afternoon and vening services on Good Friday Camp Fire Girls Tour Jty Visit Governor About 30 St Louis Camp Fire iris toured the Capital City Fri ay celebrating the 49th anniver ary of their organization Included on the agenda was a sit with Gov James T Blair A pokesman for the group said they anted to thank the Governor per onally for proclaiming March 17 s Camp Fire Girls Founders ay ny o throw out the Allies might mean nuclear war And he poked hard at Khrush chev who kept insisting on a sum nit conference to settle things hat such a conference was use ess until the Soviet leader began showing more signs of willingness to negotiate Whether or not Khrushchev took this as a real knows But at nudge least in only he recent weeks he has talked less bellig erently put more stress on the value of negotiations and repeat edly said he wasnt setting a dead line or laying down an ultimatum Then last Monday night as if responding to increasing reason ableness from Khrushchev Eisen hower in his nationwide broadcast carefully avoided any sign of bel ligerency or irritation He went further than he ever had before although laying down some conditions in suggesting not only that a summit conference was possible but that it could be held this summer Thursday Khrushchev called a giant news conference He too sounded reasonable and praised Eisenhower for his reasonable ness ment for broken bones anc sprained muscles also could adc to the total Skiing first captured the imagi nation of the sporting public in 1932 when winter Olympic games were held at Lake NY In the interval before World War II many ski centers were built The first rope tow was installed at Woodstock Vt in 1934 and the first chair lift at Sun Valley Idaho in 1937 v Thousands flocked to the new ski resorts until World War II and the resulting travel restrictions in tervened Since the war the ski business has been booming Aspen Colo and Stowe Vt rival Sun Valley with elaborate expensive plants About 400 ski areas now are oper ating in 28 states Some even have heated outdoor swimmingpools as an extra attraction Only one out of 30 skiers par ticipates in a race and only one in 1000 do any ski jumping Ob viously the most popular facet o skiing is the long ride up the nil on a lift and the quick ride down Roger Peabody executive direc tor of the eastern branch of the National Ski Assn recently con ducted a survey on the skiing habits of the members of his group the United States Eastern Amateur Ski Assn This unit rep resents 40 per cent of the organ ized skiers who of course are far outnumbered by the unorgan ized skiers Peabody says 51 per cent of the skiers are between the ages of 25 and 40 and that 87 per Cent o them plan some type of winter vacation In his breakdown of costs Pea body discovered the average skier spends a year on the sport It went like this Lodging travel equipment lifts entertainment instruction The average skier gets pu on the slopes for 27 days during the year most of that on week ends from December to April Less Than I Weeks To Pay City Taxes City tax collections are running about normal according to Nelson J Vincent city collector who re minded taxpayers that less than two weeks remain before payments become delinquent Total collections in the three major categories amount to 33156 Vincent said He expects to collect about in taxes on an assessed valuation of more than 536000000 The tax rate is il65 per valuation Taxes on real estate have pro duced S32670525 Vincent re xirted while personal property axes have resulted in collections totaling Ad valorem axes amount to Vincent reminded city taxpayers that a 90day grace period will ex pire on March 31 If taxes are not said by this date he said the de inquency period reverts to Jan when taxes were actually due His office in the city hall is open during noon hours and until noon Saturday Vincent said Heres One Method Of Getting Service DETROIT customer kt n East Side bar became angry hen he was refused service be ause he was drunk The man drew a gun and took 79 from the till and six patrons tien he ordered the waitress to ive him a beer and drinks for te house She did The gunman left after drinking is beer LENTEN SPECIAL Central Dairy Cottage Cheese Guaranteed Fresh Fresh Frcshl Its TENNYSONS INC 520 E Hltfi Across From Med Arts Bldg 54108 FLOOR COVERING 100 DuPont Monarch Mllli 100 HardwickMsgee All Wool Hugh Nelson All Wool Hardwick EASY TERMSMONTHS TO PAY See the New TENNYSONS Before Vou BllT ITEMS FOR SPRING Scotts Lawn Seeds Cornell Seeds in Bulk Scotts Turf Builder Feat Pecan Packaged Garden Seedi Trees Strawberry Plants 7 Varieties Blue Trees Broad Leaf Evergreens Garden DIX NURSERY Kn Ten Mile Drive fi385J Onen 7 to 7 We Deliver Proper Wax Use Lengthens Life Of Wooden Floors EDITORS NOTE This column wai written by Miss Nancy Barden county home agent tor Cole County Care of wood floors and cover ings such as asphalt tile linoleum and rubber involves 1 cleaning the surface 2 removing old wax 3 applying new wax Dirt can be swept or vacuumed a damp mop helps do this Commercial cleaners or drycleaning solvents can be used to remove stubborn spots but always check the label carefully to be sure a given cleaner is safe for the surface you intend to use it on Follow manufacturers di rections carefully Mild Detergent j A mild soap or detergent can be used on asphalt tile linoleum and vinyl plastic Hot water and soap tend to soften rubber so use clear cool water Water can ruin a wood floor by causing it to warp and crack never scrub a wood floor with soap and water Use a floor cleaner containing no water or a spiritsolvent wax which re moves dirt as it is applied Dark spots on the wood floor such as spilled ink sudsy water and ac cidents by children and pets can be treated by washing the seined area with household vine gar Let it stand three or four min Head Always on Lookout For New Talent Ernest Frank blood program committee Chairman for Cole County takes the responsibilities of the chairmanship seriously so seriously that hes always on the lookout for prospective donors Mr and Mrs Frank became the parents of a daughter March 13 Instead of looking forward to the time when his daughter will go to college or get married Frank says hes awaiting the time in only 21 years his daughter can be a blood donor for Cole County utes and wipe dry There are two basic types of wax The difference depends on the liquid used to thin the wax seeking election Water is used in selfpolishing wax This type can be used on ma Gasconade County Library Proposal To Polls April I BLAND Special Gasconade County residents will vote April 7 on the county library proposal which was initiated earlier in the year by petitions presented to the county court The proposal calls for a one mill tax hike for establishing a country library and bookmobile service for rural schools On the same day county resi dents will elect three members to the county school board for three year terms Two incumbent mem LONDON 200 not so juvenile society delinquents threw a drunken brawl in a Lon don subway train Thursday night but apparently nobody got arrest ed i The revellers included debu antes models young Guards of ficers university undergraduates and members of titled and social ite families The mob swarmed into a com partment of a train in the fash onable Chelsea district armed with bottles glasses and 35cent tickets for a 13mile 50minute round trip Bewildered ng an elderly as soon as possible but not before a lomeward bound businessman arked his umbrella doffed his wwler hat and floored an unruly party boy with an uppercut The shouting fighting and drink ng continued from station to sta tion Subway police chucked out a dozen or so of the unruliest at each station but some got back nto other cars At Baker Street the police made a determined assault and chased 50 squealing girls along the plat form and up the stairs Someone bers John Weber and Bruce Zu lauf and one new member will be terials not damaged by water If the liquid used is a wax solvent the product is called a spirit sol vent wax It is made in both liquid and paste form and can be used on all materials except asphalt tile or rubber tile Use the water emul sion or selfpolishing wax on as phalt tile and rubber tile spirit solvent wax softens these materi als Any type of wax may be used linoleum vinyl plastic and enameled surfaces Use only a spiritsolvent waxo n wood floors Wax Aids Floors Wax is applied to floors to make cleaning easier improve the apir pearance and prolong the life of MVP I the finish Thin coats of wax dolllw IWMI the job better than one thick coat Dont wax the whole floor every time Wornoff paths can be waxed and the rest of the floor simply polished Old wax doesnt need to be removed often Occasionally when it is neces sary to remove old wax there are commercial wax removers on the market The removers are of two types solvent and water emulsion Read the directions carefully in order to select one suitable for the kind of floor on which you intend to use it Plans are complete for the Bland annual PTA spring Carnival or ganization officials recently an nounced Highlight of the event which is scheduled for April 11 will be the selection of a Carnival Queen and King Contestants for the honor are high school students Bland schools will dismiss for Easter vacation pm Thurs day and will resume normal class room activities the following Tues day Mueller to Head Insurance Group Charles Mueller was appointed chairman of the Jefferson City Life Underwriters nominating commit tee Friday The committee will prepare for the election of officers in June Other committeemen appointed during a Friday noon meeting at the Missouri Hotel were C H Meyer Don Dugan and Don Simms Some 20 members attended the noon meeting J E Miller pres ident presided Featured was a panel discussion on family financial matters Mem Ders introduced by Clifford Wood were John Skain of the Central Missouri Trust Co Frank Railton president of the Exchange National Bank and Perry Hawes Jr ad vertising manager of Missouri Power and Light Co The group discussed family budg jts bank accounts savings insur ance practices and other financial aspects Cornerstone Ceremony Starts Cottey Event NEVADA Mo cor nerstone of the Elizabeth C Rob ertson Hall a dormitory at Cot tey College was laid Friday in a ceremony marking the beginning of a 3day alumnae homecoming event The million dollar dormitory to wuse 150 women was named in lonor of Mrs Robertson of Bea rice Neb a past president of he Nebraska chapter of PEO Sisterhood the organization that has sponsored Cottey since 1927 Burned By Stove D1XON Special Carol Beal five year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Beal was rushed to Waynesville Hospital Wednesday morning for treatment of severe burns Mrs Beal reports that her daugh ter was burned when she was play ing with the burners on the kitchen stove One of the burners ignited she said and set her clothing on fire The Wedding of Flowers an operetta will be presented by the Dixon Elementary School early in May School officials report that the operetta needs such a large Casl that practically every student will be in it Summit to Take Final Park Action Final action on acquiring 55 acres of property for the estab lishment of a community park and recreational facilities at Holts Sum mit will be taken at a meeting of the Summit Civic Association at pm today at the Holts Summit School according to James W Thompson president Arrangements and commitments have been made for the purchase of the property known as the Green way Farm located on Paris road and Summit drive on the west side of Holts Summit Thompson invited all members and prospective members living in Summit Township to attend the meeting NotSoJuvenile Delinquents Drink Up Storm in London stopped the train for five minutes by pulling the emergency cord Police struggles with the party goers held it up at other points Survivors who made it back to Chelsea roared out nto the street leaving the train littered with em pty bottles and broken glasses The determined little band wound its way to an apartment and switched to pajamas Neighbors called the cops to stop the noise The party ad journed to another apartment and stragglers who caught up were told they couldnt get in without pajamas Lets just strip said a bru nette starting to take off her jacket I say steady on old girl said her escort a Guards officer She steadied Once more the police rolled up n answer to neighbors com laints Again the party moved n but its further route was riot hronicled I had a funny feeling some ling would go wrong com lained Maureen Biddy Lyle urdy 24 a halfsister of Lady uirdale and the organizer of the oiree Esles Chairman Of Explorer Group Jay Bob Bstes of Post 3 spon sored by the First Christian Church was elected chairman of the newly formed District Explorer Scout Cabinet in a meeting at the Jefferson City scout office Thurs day Light Bill Paul of Post 1 sponsored by the First Methodist church was elected vicechairman and Frank luen also of Post 1 secretary The group made plans for a dis trict Explorer canoe trip to be held April 25 and 26 with May 2 and 3 as alternate dates in case of bad weather The cabinet is made up of two representatives of each post in the district and their advisers of representatives They will plan and direct district activities for Explorers Three of four posts now active in the district and a post now being registered were present at Thursday nights meeting taly Chief to Talk Vith Konrad Adenauer BONN Germany remier Antonio Segni arrived for talks with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer A subject like y to come up here is whether taly might attend EastWest talks in Berlin and other cold war is Students Tell Story Of Library Importance What does the bookmobile mean to students Callaway County Library and Bookmobile officials are learning the answer to that question by reading 90 essays on the subject The essays written by Callaway County elementary and secondary school students are entries in a contest sponsored by the bookmo bile committee Winners of the contest which includes four separate divisions o two to three grades each will be announced March 30 Each first place winner will be awarded a book for each member of his family Second and third place winners will be awarded a book for themselves ues USED WASHERS 4 and up GUARANTEED BECKER MAYTAG COMPANY 620 East High Streei 1 Quick Carpet Beauty The Easy Way A lot of family living can make your carpets a sight to behold a pretty sad sight that is Change it to a thing of beauty the quick and easy way with Blue Lustre cleaning So easy to use in any 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