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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 7, 1958, Dunkirk-Fredonia, New York                                FOR f AST Selling or Buying Action Use Classified Ads I Call 7777 EVENING OBSERVER Cold ESTABLISHED LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESSYesterdays Press Light to moderate tonight high tomor row Winds to S then NNE 2030 Full Report 4 5 JANUARY 14 CENT9 AMERICAN MOTHERS IN HONG KONGBritish Red Cross worker Joan Lamb escorts three American mothers in Hong Left to right are Philip Fedeau of Ruth Redmond of Mary Downey of New and William son of The women are paying their own expenses for the trip In hopes of seeing their sons who have been hold in Red jails for five years as American Sputnik Congress Is Greatest Challenge To Presidents Leadership By RAYMOND LAHR WASHINGTON sec ond session of the 851h Sputnik Congress convenes at noon today to confront President Eisen hower with the greatest challenge to his leadership in the five years of his The President was meeting 9 with Republican congressional leaders to discuss the legislative program he will lay belore a joint session of the Dem ocraticcontrolled House and Sen ate Senate Democrats scheduled a party caucus 10 to near a review of testimony in the alreadyrolling Senate investigation of missile and satellite pro A report was promised from Senate Democratic leader Lyndon who is run ning the and other members of his preparedness sub GOP Caucus Set Republican senators were in vited to hear a similar report at an allGOP conference this after Aside from committee mere routine was on the program for todays formal opening of the The main legislative fireworks will start after the Pres idents personallydelivered m e s sage Thursday on the state of the Democrats made it plain even before the session began however they were in a grimly critical Johnson said on a radio forum CBS Monday night the 1958 session will put national in terest above politics and declared We must face up to the dangers that confront us we have been too We have been passing out too many tranquiliins pills and saying everything is go uig to be all right tomorrow and papa knows best McCorinack Hits Ike House Democratic Leader John McCormack was more He said main and essential weakness is instability and confusion in the top manage ment of government by that I mean President Eisenhower and the Defense Some Republicans caught the rebellious George Aiken said Congress prob ably will take the bit in its teeth and pay little attention to the administrations budget recom mend a Despite declarations of nonpar tisanship on national defense the 1958 session will be loaded with All 435 House scats and a third of the 98 Senate seats will be filled in the congressional elec tions next The Democrats feel they are the attack and the GOP administra tion is on the They be lieve public confidence in Presi dent EisenlKnyers leadership has been undermined by the Soviet Ford May Close Auto Plant In Fulirman Drive BUFFALO Ford Motor officials were reported today to be weighing a decision as to whether to shut down the firms Buffalo auto assembly plant em ploying some The company disclosed that it is just completing a study of the market in the area served by Mie plant determine what its fu ture plans would be for the as sembly of cars in this A definite decision is expected to be made within a offi cials Reports of an imminent shut down were linked lo Fords open ing of a new assembly plant in in Settle Specific EastWest Disputes Will Tell Russians The Weather Temperatures during last 24 3 38 11 34 7 28 4 38 Midnite 32 8 26 1 32 9 26 2 31 10 28 3 31 11 30 Noon 28 1 30 2 28 5 37 6 36 7 36 8 36 4 30 9 36 5 29 10 35 6 28 Sun sets today al ri ses tomorrow at at at 2 Precipitation during the last 24 hours as recorded at the Niagara Mohawk steam station rain gauge is HIGH AND LOW IN LEADING CITIES ALBANY ln principal cities this morning Albany lias ton Buffalo Chicago Cleveland Des Moines Heir Dunkirk Galveston Kansas City Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis New Orleans Now York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Seattle Louis Washington WASHINGTON Unit ed States has turned thumbs down on either a summit meeting or nonaggression pact with Russia unless specific EastWest disputes are settled authoritative sources said Officials belittled Russias an nouncement of a cut in Soviet armed and indi cated this country will not accept Moscows challenge 10 match They said if the cuts arc is trimming its military man power because of increasing de structive power in modern weap ons without losing any of its strik ing They said this coun try is doingthe same and pointed to military cuts of about men since the Ko rean Ikes Note Reviewed Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgan in a letter to President Eisen hower last called for a chiefs of state a non aggression pact between the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion NATO and the Communist Warsaw a nuclearfree zone in central Europe and an immedi ate halt to nuclear The Presidents reply was re viewed by the toplevel national security council yesterday and will be coordinated with this coun trys 14 NATO partners at a Paris meeting tomorrow before being sent to It was understood the draft of the Eisenhower reply to Bulganin was the version prepared by Sec retary of State John Foster rather than that jf presidential disarmament adviser Harold Stassen is understood to feel the nation should follow a more flexible disarmament policy toward British Cabinet Crisis Arises Over Welfare LONDON sudden dii pule over the high price of we fare state socialism plunged Brit ain today into its worst cabinet crisis since Chancellor of the Exchequer Peter Thorneycroft and two of his aides resigned shortly before mid night in protest against govern ment failure to hold welfare spending in Despite the Prime Minis ter Harold Macmillan was leaving 5 on longplanned tour of the Commonwealth na 38day trip to the Far East and Australia to restore Brit ish Macmillan was remaining in ac live command by radio but he put the cabinet under the interim lead ership of Home Secretary Rab the man many had expected to succeed Sir Anthony Eden as prime New Treasury Chief Before leaving on his trip Macmillan got the Queens immediate approval for installing a new treasury Derick minister of The shakeup promoted Capt Christopher soninlaw o Sir Winston from a jun ior post at the Admiralty to sec retary of state for war Soames succeeds War Secretary John Hare who replaces Heath coat Amory in Thorneycroft resigned because the Conservative cabinet outvoice his proposal to hold the line on government expenditure even if cut into Britains cradletothe grave welfare LATEST OTVArmy Ernest Rocco of and two marines were arrested Monday for stealing from one of the marines WASHINGTON optSecre tary of State John Foster Dulles served Holy Communion to President Eisesnhower to day at a special prayer service held shortly before the re convening of The at the Nation al Presbyterian was attended by the Cabinet and membcri of the House and was no but prayers were spoken by four At the conclusion of the prayer Communion was served by the elders of the If Skeptical Scientists Of Manned Rocket Cl aim ALBANY in Mohawk Power has filed a action in the State Court of Claims for land taken over in construction of the Lawrence Power WASHINGTON finPresident Eisenhower definitely will speak at a Republican Fund raising dinner in Chicago the night of the White House announced NEW DELHI Nepal government has given Presi dent Eisenhower a pair of Tibetan mastiffs which eat 10 pounds of buffalo meat a Temperatures Monday and high lowi 35 31 i 42 35 41 31 36 17 39 23 35 3 38 24 38 26 53 45 41 14 72 54 70 68 35 2 46 40 35 42 31 43 27 43 32 43 14 45 35 IT IS ALMOST TOO Harry second from confers with members of the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee in Washington before the hearing got under head of the Navys atomicpowered submarine said he fears it is almost too late to match Russias achievementsin missiles and other Left to right are Ralph Flanders Lypdon Johnson and John Stennis Gein Is Ruled Insane In Enters Asylum WISCONSIN UP Ed who confessed slaying and butchering a womam storekeeper and stealing other womens corpses from their began today the first day of what probably will be a life term in a mental Gein was taken to the Central Stale Hospital for the Criminally Insane at Monday night after a judge ruled that ho was The decision stirred resenbrnent in the shy bachelor farmers hometown of and Circuit Judge Herbert Bundc termed the ruling the toughest Ive had to in ordering the 51year old murderer of two women to the state said Gein probably will never see the outside world Gein had been held at the hospital for observation most of the time since his rambling house of horrors was discov Two psychiatrists testified Gem vas legally but a third aid that although Gein was medi cally insane he knew the differ ence between right and wrong and hereforc was legally Wisconsin Stewart who look personal eharpr Dfthe demanded that Gein be punished for Heneck later ie would nol appeal the Geins attorney previously had entered a plea of innocence by reason of insanity to an indictment charging Gein with one of the two The William said he was happy with Bundcs Army Chiefs Qavin To Keep Job WASHINGTON James Gavin said today there is still a 5050 chance he wont quit his job of leading the Armys fight to match Russias missile At the same time the outspoken threestar general stepped up his public attack in the Armys behalf for money to increase weapons research and nearly dou ble Army manpower to 28 divi Gavin expressed his views in an interview after he was reported to have told Senate investigators Monday he decided to retire after being informed he was no longer being considered for promotion to a more responsibe Wants Gavin To Remain Army Secretary Wilber Brucker issued a statement saying he wants Gavin to remain on as chief of Army research and devel He said Gavin has a brilliant future in the Army and is certainly fourstar Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don Johnson chairman of the Senate preparedness sub committee before which Gavin ap today against even a hint of reprisal against military men who oppose admin istration policies before He said Gavins treatment cer ainly will make others hesitant to I speak frankly and Estes Kcfauver a subcommittee said Congress must protect officers who speak sincerely and He urtfcd Brucker to refuse to re tire Gavin and give him the promotion he THE INS AND THE whats going on in Fairvicw a suburb of On the snowy outside looking in are Joseph and his While on the in a scene not OVPIV resembling the subfreezing temperature a group of youngsters takes a dip in the Valley Motel The wellbundled Anter broth ers live across the street from the which opened the pool for vacationing Supervising pool operations lovely Miss Betty of Fairview Texas Skies Clear Again By UNITED PRESS The second subzero cold wave of the new year surged into the upper Midwest and the outer fringe of the cold air pushed as far south as flood and snow bat tered Weathermen said the colder air was expected to overspread most of the eastern half of the nation by The cold front brought clearing skies to enabling hundreds of families to return to their homes as floodwaters in the south ern portion of the state The stemming from a twoday rainfall that dumped up to eight inches of water on the Corpus Christi forced more than persons from their homes Sunday and The heart of the cold wave was centered in the eastern Dakotas and Minnesota early today where subzero readings were Temperature drops of more than 30 degrees occurred as the cold mass By WALTER LOGAN Reports persisted in Moscow to day the Soviets had fired a manned rocket 186 miles into but there still was no offi cial confirmation from the Krem World scientists viewed tho rumors with reserve and said re narkable if The rumors circulating in West rn diplomatic quarters in the So capital the man aboard he rocket missile parachuted back to earth from the 186mile alti There was no hint whether le Informed sources in Washington said the Joint Chiefs of Staff received word of the Moscow ru mors several hours before they were made The reports came from the Central Intelli gence Agency the inform ants Moscow Radio Silent The Russians usually are less than reluctant to announce they have beaten the West in scien tific but they have kept si There was no mention of such a feat in Moscow Radio broadcasts and the official Mos cow papers said nothing about He quoted Russian scientists as saying no missile or sdlellite would be shot with a human being in it until it was certain the per son could be returned to earth But the persistence of the re ports led to belief the experi mental firing might have meant hat the man in the missile did not That might explain Soviet reluctance to announce such ft No Trace Yet 9 Off Florida Coast MIAMI Coast Guard intensified asearch today for nine persons aboard three boats miss ui for five days off the stormy southeast Florida One o the vessels is the racing yawl of wealthy New York publishersportsman Harvey Cono He and four others were on it A 12foot named Reno voc was found drifting off the beach at Jupiter 80 miles north of Monday night The Coast Guard sent two plane and a helicopter at dawn today to scour the No trace has been found of two other missing 55foot fishinp boats that were en route from St to Key West Each had two Those aboard the 45foot Reno voc in addition to 65 wore his about 60 his 27 Lawrences wife about 25 and Wil liam Fluegelman a familj The twomasted yacht left Ke West Thursday morning after let ting off William Fluegelman of who had be come ill on a Caribbean cruise It then headed northward toward Miami into the teeth of a gale that turned into the worst wmte storm in southeast Florida his Winds of 70 miles an hour svvep the Florida Keys during the day Winds up to 35 miles hour still were blowing today Hampering the search The name scallion for an on ion derives from the ancient citj of in Dres up a basic black dress with a iurtrimined chiffon Wear the scarf with the fur as a collar and the chiffon tied in back as a shrug or AMARiUO 1 t PUINVJI 5C PASO MIPUNp TEXAS Rolf the Swedish am bassador to also reported the rumors in a telephone conver sation with Stockholm morn ing newspaper Dagens He said was impossible to say where the rumors Ha called the rumors Called Quite Fantastic Typical reaction to the reports came from di rector of Britains giant space ra dar equipment at Jodrell Bank and one of the nations leading ex perts on Sputniks Its quite fan so fantastic that it is al most assistant sec retary of Britains Royal Society and secretary of the British Inter national Geophysical Year com conceded the reports could be This report does not come as much of a Martin One presumes it is part of their program towards space Swedish rocket expert Ake Hjer chairman of Swedish Interplanetary it is hardly In San Huber tus known as the father of space medicine in the United said it was a remarka ble achievement if He suggested that the reported parachute might be attached to a capsule with a space man He said the United States was very close to performing the same feat but that actual developments were secret Heres Hoiv 85th Congress Shapes Party wise WASHINGTON polit ical breakdown as the 85th Con gress reconvened for its second session In the 50 49 In the 231 199 five vacancies four in Democratic districts and one in a Republican The House count is based on the assumption Democrats will go along with the announced desire of Vincent Dellay of New Jersey to switch tiis affiliation from Republican to He already has been officially isted as a Democrat in the new Jongressional Directory Up TEXASSIZED STORM South Texas staggered under flash floods following downpours of up to eight In the Rio Grande Valley see to per sons were unable to return to their homes southwest of Corpus Snow measuring up to 17 inches deep in the Plain view area covered west Highways were schools closed in many areas and travel slowed almost to a Helicopters were trying to evacuate 17 persons stranded on Padre Island by the Muleshoe and Lubbock reported heavy snowfalls as the severe storm crippled 700mile stretch from the Up o the Panhandle to OL 24 PEOPLE LOOKING FOR HOUSE THIS has plenty of ten ants to choose from New 4room at Close Good Phone 24 people responded to the ad she rented the house to one of the leaving 23 still looking for a To contact these prospective place your classified ad Just phone Evening OBSERVER Classified Ad department by dialing 7777 for the fastest rental results in Evening OBSERVER Dial 7777   

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