Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1964 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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LBJ to to his " By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson's decision to deliver his State-of-the-Union message at a prime night television- radio hour on Jan. 4 indicates he plans a rousing sendoff for his "Great Society" program. The White House announced Tuesday that the President will address the 89th Congress at 8 p.m. GST on the day it convenes. That would follow a precedent set by Franklin D. Roosevelt in speaking at the same hour on Jan. 3, 1936. The difference will g/Ve a rousing sendoff Great Society' concept he that Johnson will be talking to a new Congress where FDR was addressing the second session of a Congress that had been at work a year. White House press secretary George Reedy said the unusual step was being taken because "the President considers this not onJy a report to Congress but a report to the American people." Republicans were quick to note that the President had selected a prime television viewing hour. They suggested that Johnson was planning to try to rush through a legislative program. S*n. Bourke B. Hickenloopcr of Iowa, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, said he didn't know of any emergency that would require the President to come to Congress on his first day and force the holding of a night session. Sen. John G. Tower, R-Tex., said he thinks "it's just politicking" for the President to speak at night. "I suppose he wants to exploit prime radio and TV time and make a big show of it," Tower said. However, Sen. Milton R. Young, R-N.D., said he didn't think it was a bad idea. "It's a bit unusual but I think it will be all right," Young said Sen. Jack Miller, R-lowa quipped that "coming at such a late hour, I trust his message will be illuminating." Sen. Margaret Chase Smith R-Maine, said "the novelty o the hour is intriguing." 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Defense officials said Tuesday the National Guard will be expanded to a 550,000-man force wholly on a volunteer basis and that a Reserve unit could make the change to the Guard if 60 Glob«-G»i«He, Mason City, la. D«c. 16, In the great tradition of quality with fluorescent lights set inIper cp.nl *o 70 per cent of its panels in the ceiling. The resulting modern market is a credit to the young owners and the town. DIVORCE GRANTED GARNER—Eugene Arthur Ward was granted a divorce from Margaret Arlcne Ward in 'he Hancock County District 2ourt by District Judge L. E. Plummcr. The couple was married at Sioux Falls, S.D., Jan. 9, I960. The court approved a stipulation of settlement. Ward charged cruel and inhuman treatment in his petition. WAY TO SPACE Twenty-six of the nation's 29 astronauts were Boy Scouts in boyhood. members agreed. In response to a series of questions, the Army among oth or things confirms reports that the conversion is due to be completed by March 31, 1966. 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