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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Joplin, Missouri Full as800tated Rutm reports weather Milf Bouri partly Cloudy ods and tonight �9l la of North portion. High near 608 Nouth 40� North. Kansas generally to or through Lon Ghl comfy tonight. Hll a log Low near 20. Oklahoma fair and mild today and tonight. High itt. 50�, Low in 20s. _ Arkansas fair to partly Cloudy through tonight. High in Sua Low in 308. Vol. Lxii no. 145. Untim to second claim Man a Kier at the Pait Uff Luc 01 Joplin mo., under i act of March 3, ih7b Joplin Missouri sunday morning january 26, 1958.forty.eight pages. So Ron "?,7ca"r ? Lawryn Price rally Only be Hurtay Imit Loe personal hand in arms plans taken by Ike pays visit to Pentagon to Confer with top military and civilian officials. Prompt bipartisan applause results has two hour conference with Sec. Mcelroy and 14 other leading arms planners. By Jack Bell Washington Jan. 25 in president Eisenhower took a per i onal hand today in moves to reorganize the defense department. He paid an unusual visit to the Pentagon and conferred with top civilian and military leaders. There was immediate bipartisan applause from members of Congress for the president s dramatic action to Speed a promised overhaul of the nation s military setup to meet the Challenge of russian sputnik and missiles. No immediate. Eisenhower conferred for More than two hours with Secretary of defense Mcelroy and 14 other ? Vilian and military officials hese included reorganization advisers whom Mcelroy named recently. There was no announcement whether any decisions had been reached. White House press Secretary James c. Hagerty was asked Why Eisenhower had gone to the Pentagon instead of having Mcelroy come to the White House. The president said he was going to take a personal interest in this so he went Over there Hagerty said. It was his Hagerty said this was just one of a series of conferences Eisenhower will have with Mcelroy prior to the president s decision of defence reorganization. Sen. Mansfi Eia of Montana the assistant democratic Leader said he was Happy to note that the president at this time is taking a personal interest in the reorganization of the Pentagon As he indicated he would do in his state of the Union i Hope he takes a close look at the extraordinary number of assistant secretaries of defense and assistants to the assistants who Are cluttering up the Pentagon Mansfield said. Sen. Knowland of California the arrive at South pole sir Edmund Hillary right and Jim Bates both of new zealand stand in front of Snow tractors after arrival at the american scientific station at the South pole january 4. The party of five travelled 1.200 Miles with this equipment Over Polar Snow and ice. The Square Box at right was Hillary s quarters a and housed the expedition s radio equipment. Photo by associated press science writer Rennie Taylor who has been several months in the wire photo Case being eyed Senate group expected to study reported ordeal. It was run by officials installed by Juhe Union s International president Senate s Republican Leader said Wiliiam e. Maloney. Eisenhower s action confirms earlier statements that the president is giving his attention to changes and will have Concrete recommendations to make to Congress. This will tend to expedite matters Knowland commented. John d. Hoblitzell succeeds to Senate appointed by West Virginia governor to replace late Matthew Neely. Charleston Ritva. Jan. 25 Tiv John d. Hoblitzell jr., chairman of the West Virginia state Republican committee was named by gov. Cecil h. Underwood today to the u. S. Senate turkish Premier Home from Mission to Iraq by Arthur Gashon Ankara Turkey Jan. 25 i Premier Adnan Menderes hastened Home today from a sudden and secret Mission to Iraq. His trip thickened an air of crisis surrounding the opening monday of an important Baghdad pact conference Here. The five pact nations and the United states will discuss the defense of the Middle East against threats and thrusts of soviet communism. The strains and stresses of the Middle East p political Maze formed the background both to Menderes unexplained Mission and to the conference of the Baghdad Alliance which u. S. Secretary of state John Foster Dulles is attending As an observer. In key role. There is every indication that in the meetings inside the Flag bedecked closely guarded turkish grand National Assembly building Here Dulles will have to play the delicate key role of keeping moslem states firmly Allied to the West. Menderes flew to Baghdad Friday for a hurried conference reportedly at the urgent request of Iraq the Only Arab country within the anti communist Alliance of nations along Russia s Southern Borders. Other members Are Britain and the moslem states of Turkey Iran and Pakistan. Speculation among diplomats and military men Hassein died Here ranged from the possibility that Iraq May be quitting the Alliance for the Sake of Arab Unity to the suggestion that Iraq plans to demand British american support for a Tough new policy toward Israel. A variety of other suggestions was also advanced but none found any official backing either from the turkish government or the iraqi delegation headed by sex Premier Nuri said. One thing was sure the Surprise development worried american British and other pro Western officials. One member of the Baghdad pact secretariat reported the u. S. Delegation on hearing the news of Menderes trip withdrew the Advance text of Dulles opening statement to the conference. It had been submitted to be held for release monday. The inference seemed to be that the Secretary May change his approach. . Abandons Kita v Sommit talks need As Vita Moscow radio reports Khrushchev As Mal

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