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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Ntwspoper Edited far to HMM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I NIWSPAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Pfttt tmt United Pnu Full Leut Wircf Serea CcaU Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER U IMS Paper Consists of Two Ml Mason City Boy Found Shot to Death Call Ikes Chances Reasonably Good Body Hidden Under Quilts Little Darrell Sherrill was shot to death The bullet entered his left shoulder and penetrated his left lung and the pulmonary artery from which he bled to death internally in a very few minutes Dr J E Christopherj ion Cerro Gordo County coroner said Monday After cutting the artery the coroner said the 22 caliber bullet went through the right lung and fourth rib lodging in the wall of the It came from straight left of the boy Dr Christopherson There were no powder burns the clothing and it could not be dei termined from what distance the shot came the coroner reported j The body of the son of Mrs Harold Kaler Mason was found Monday morning by twoj j National Guardsmen It was lying jn some weeds about 200 feet back of the Leonard Arp home to ward the river j Darrell had been playing with Leonard Arp a after they left Lime Creek 8 School One Mans Opinion A By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor Brushing Elbows With the Past BROADCAST SCHEDULE mm WTAD Ovine WOL ABM IMOI Friday afternoon The Arp fam ily was being questioned Monday by Sheriff Jerry Allen Systematic Starch The body was found by 2nd Lt v Charles W Edwards Clear Lake T T and Pfc Don 0koD duriX isThemUmate WHERE BOYS BODY WAS FOUND Cerro Gordo historywhich it provides search County Sheriff Jerry Allen and Lt Col George Heart Experts Make Report DENVER Paul Dudley White said Monday that barring unforeseen complications President Eisenhowers prospects for recovery from his heart attack are reasonably Dr White was so satisfied with the progress of the 64yearold I President that he left immediately by plane for Boston where he is World Says Prayer for Recovery Russia Joins in Chorus IT The Associated Prti most by considera tions of beauty Godmade or man made But for me brushing elbows with the payt comes Erst neighborhood was begun by two National Guard companies Later Sheriff Allen reported that the body evidently had first been Cornelius regimental executive officer of the Iowa Na tional Guard investigate the spot where the body of Dar GIobeGazette phuo iiy Gibbs n cii n f j j m i i f i i in all walks of life around the rell Shernll was found Monday The body was found covjworld j ered with several quilts and a piece of canvas Out build ings in the background belong to a neighbor family In saying this I wouldnt wantjpushed under theabandoned body anybody to assume that Im withj of a bread truck He said he be out any appreciation of aweinspirjlieved it had been dragged from ing scenes Oddly enough the sightthat spot some time Sunday a dis most vivid in my minds eye from Stance of about 35 feet to where iti the standpoint of sheer beauty was found an October vista in a deep New After the body was found and Hampshire valley traced by the marks of the The unbelievable coloring of theldragging back to the truck trees is implanted more indeliblykhc officers found a 22 caliber in the retina of recollection thanlvolver and several hunting knives GOP LEADERS ARE DISMAYED Concede Loss of Ike in 56 recognized as one of the countrys top heart specialists He told a news conference im mediately after a final examina tion of the President that if Eisen Jhowers progress continues at its present rate he could be physi jcally able to serve a second term Physically Able On the question of whether the j President could recover sufficient jly to assume the burden of the i White House again the noted physician replied Oh yes its up He added that he would not go into the Presidents intentions The physician appearing at the I news conference with Maj Gen 1 Howard M Snycler Eisenhowers The illness of President Eisenpersonal doctor and Presidential ihower raised a vast chorus of praySecretary James C Hagerty said jers and wishes for a quick recovery the President had the normal i from government heads politicaljprogress of a person stricken with and religious leaders and personscoronary thrombosis Complett Rtst He stressed however that the Messages poured in from bothPresident must have complete j sides of the Iron Curtain expressj rest the next two weeks ing shock at the news that theiand that it is too early1 to say i American President had bee n whether complications will occur stricken with a heart attack andi He said that if progress contin I wishing him a speedy return to lues at the present rate Eisenhow health Special prayers were ofer could be flown back to Washing ifered in many places of worship jton or to his farm at Gettysburg I An overflow crowd of Baptistpar m about three weeks It might j churchgoers in Moscow heard theeven De possible for him to con jnews Sunday night from their participating in some confer jtor Cries of Save him oh within a matter of a couple ic privately echoed this belief Theirjchange in domestic or foreign polij But the political significance of Dismayed Rej bleak presidential prospects foricies Nixon was expected to funcj presidential illness was topic such sweeping grandeur as Grandin the truck They said it hadPUDlican leaders privately werenext year suddecly shone like aition as Eisenhowers executive ofiin this capital as vvell as Canyon Yellowstone Park Brycejbeen used as a clubhouse Monday that the heart desert sunrise ficer presiding over the cabinetever politicians gather across the Canyon or Glacier National Park neighborhood boys attack which stnick down Presij Democrats and Republicans alikejand other meetings with full backhand in our country or the Andes andj They said the weapons apparentjdent Eisenhower would compel him proclaimed businessasusual in ing of the White House Alps from the air in other lands jly were the ones stolen about ajto withdraw from the 1956 running j government during Eisenhowers But even this memory of a White week ago from the rural home ofl Thev feared the magic Eisen1 illness Vice President Mountains setting is eclipsed by i Betty KaloplastosThe gun luck nad faded Democrats I Nixon said there wi Richard M added came to the confer tears ence after joining in the issuance Called Co Worker of a am Bulletin said pastor told his coni Prtsidants condition con gregalion Our own Comrade to satisfactory without Politicians were leary of discussi chairman council of 1 ivlce rresiaent Arxon naMng tne mlnisters and president Eiseni ing for publication the political imstrongest support from among the some scenes in which I seemed toently had been fired recently they be transported in time for I hand contact with people andj l Reporters were unable to get events known to me hitherto onlyjnear the scene because of the in books scenes which havecordon of National Guardsmen made history come alive j around it but saw officers bring Likts Historical Touch i young Leonard Arp to the truck A quarter of a century or so ago body and question him They then would be nojportance of Eisenhowers illness I paid my first visit to the New England States I remember what a thrill I experienced from stand returned him to the Arp home Pulled Into Wttds Dr Christopherson after exam ing on the exact spot near Concord ining the body on the spot reported where the shot heard round theja bruise above the right eye and 5 Americans Released by Chinese Reds HONG KONG WVFive American civilians arrived in Hong Kong VUL ouwt uvmu juiuju uucfa cruise aoove me ngni eve m jiuug Tvougi world was fired car This at first was believed toMondav after long detention inj Another member of my partynave been the cause of death The China Of the 41 whose release found her greatest interest in visiticoroner reported after his post tne Chinese Communists promised ing the home nearby where Louisa mortem examination however j during the talks at Geneva 14 havejf May Alcott lived her girlhood Tothat the wound was reached freedom I identify and could have been caused after The five who arrived from was a thrill like unto mine as she looked upon the lilacs and other reminders of Little About the hardest thing I have to do when traveling by automo bile is to pass up one of those his toric markers With any encouri agement at all from others in the death The body was lying on its back in the weeds covered with old quilts and some faded awnings The cor oner said the body evidently had been dragged into the weeds As evidence he pointed to the pant cuffs on the boys still fullyclothed Shanghai aboard two British ships party Id stop for all of them Ijbody They were pulled down over even find interest browsing aroundthe heels of his shoes in burying grounds noting the in scriptions on tombstones Other indications that the body was pulled into the weeds were For reasons which Ive at leastjscrape marks on his pants and his hinted at here I like traveling in belt turned under in back His shirt prisoned Americans the Commu were Dilmus T Kanady 36 Houston Robert Parker 83 a native of Philadelphia Emma Angelina Barry 13yearold daughter of an American father and a white Rus sian mother Mrs Mafcella Mun sterman Huizer Wolcott and Miss Eva Stella Dugay 62 a Car melite nun from Boston known as Sister Theresa Kanady was the last of 10 im Perons Ship Moves Three Miles Offshore BUENOS AIRES WArgentinas bower have been great coworkers state chairmen governors and in tne cause of peace and now others who make up the core of the Let us pravfor recoverv o Republican organization out they Eisenhower so that he were not sure Nixon could ww theimav continue his work in the nomination even with the blessing caute Oj peace of President Eisenhower j Moscow Radio reported the Presi Chief Justice Earl Warren foridenfs illness Sunday night andj t mer California governor and Premier Bulganin had cabled tfd M Om former presidential aspirant madeEisenhower I was very sorry toj Monday it clear Sunday he has not changed hear of your illness I sincerely his mind about refusing to run wish you a speedy He had merit He enjoyed a breakfast of prunes oatmeal soft boiled egg toast and milk The President had a slight fe ver late Sunday afternoon as is usual in such cases but his tem agam The electrocardiograph Mon day morning showed the usual evolution produced by an interior A 1 I CVV1WIIVI1 Ul UT Mil lIUCrlQI heart walfinfract fallen dictator Juan Domingo Pe1 His name sprang back into possipouet President Klementi Voroshi The 69 Boston expert ron was three miles closer to freeWe speculation along with those oflov the broadcast said in to a question as dom Monday but awaited a prom former Gov Thomas E Dewey Of Britains Queen Elizabeth II and o when Eiseahower W0uld be able safe conduct from the Gov Christian Herter the Duke of Edinburgh sent their to read iocumenl he lutionary government which over1 of Massachusetts Secretary of good wishes for yourwill be abjo d f threw him Humphrey Sen Dirteen Prime He also said The little Paraguayan and two Califormans whoijden said he was most timn imirrM cause Nixon trouble in KNIGHT HARRIMAN the eastern seaboard of our counjvvas pulled up and his arms highjnists promised at Geneva to free try better than in the west Its aas though he had been graspedimmediately The other 4 were Des Moines Tct Dies Under Wheel of Truck DES MOINES tfl Clovis Bal ducci 21monthsold son of Mr matter of history not scenery liunder the armpits dont want any of my California The coroner said the bov wereiand Mrs Kenneth Balducci was that Ume he couM on which Peron had been a refui j Secretary of State Dulles before j f geefor nearlv a week pulled awav home state Gov Goochvu latter goes to the next foreign 1 e from its Buenos Aires dock late Sunday afternoon It dropped an chor in the vast Plate River Es tuary three miles offshore and stifl within Argentine territory The Paraguayan Embassy said the gunboat was awaiting delivery of the safe conduct papers prom ised by the new government Sat urday before setting out on the No Changes NEW YORK National Chairman Leonard W Hall said Monday that President conference Oct 27 jdispatched what was described as Geneva a purely private recovery mes President Rene Cotyand was in the official bulletin The doctor who has a dry sense countrv will Dr White explained it was at his insistence that a reference to the Eisenhower illness has not disj French people for the rupted GOP campaign plans for return to health humor said the 1956 He said preparations are proceeding with no change in i World Praying 900mile voyage up the Parana and strategy or Asked Adenauer sent West German Chancellor Konrad be very pleased to know about ithat1 since it is a bowelminded Paraguay Rivers to Eisenhowers illness had not a message saying More than twothirds of the four interfered with the planning he cerman pcopleand the Hopeful Sign free world were praving for Ek importan notc day trip is through Argentine tcri emphatically enhowcrs too because it was an encouragin among a group of 12 Americanskilled in the driveway of his home s had i previously denied permission tolate Saturday when his fathers friends to place a wrong interprelbeen dead for several days probleave Red China The Communistsitruck ran over him Balducci was d tation on this Its just that the since shortly after his at Geneva no charges hadjputting his truck in tie garage and seekine evidence of fraud ilaf Scnate Ieacicr jltaiv feelingly share the minders of the past are far morejappearance Friday Dry spots unbeen filed against the 12 and they did not see the child ji l Some saw the possijmous concern of the Presidont Gjovannj Cron h f Sign coming at the height of the numerous in the east than in the west Philadelphia Rated First Scored on this basis I find Philadelphia the one most stimulat ing city in the United States The most important document in hu man history unless it be Eng lands Magna drawn and signed there Independence Hall is a shrine without equal in America from my point of view Almost within stones throw is the Betsy Ross Home and not too far distant is Valley Forge and many other sites rich in history lore For a good many years until Dry spots unbeen filed against derneath the body indicate acwere free to leave cording to Dr Christopherson that the body had been in the weeds since before it started to rain early Sunday evening Lt Col George Cornelius said men from his two Mason City guard units began a footby foot search of the area south of the Winnebago River shortly after 8 Monday morning The guards men kept the area closed off after the bodys discovery while sheriffs officers and police examined the scene for possible clues to the boys death Called Mother Claim Debbie to Wed Eddie Monday NEW YORK Debbie Reyn olds and Eddie Fisher whose widely publicized romance has been going on for more than a year reportedly will marry Mon day night The New York Daily News and the New York Daily Mirror said they got word of the wedding from I visited some of the more ancient Sheriff Allen said Darrell hadic0sc friends of the singer and cradles of civilization Tcalled his mother from the Arplmovic actress and from reliable thought I had found the No 1 livhome about Friday Fisher nor Missi CONTINUED ON PACE 2 CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 j Reynolds could comment be reached not see the City Cloudy Showers Showers data 8 aid om and blc liss 58 Minimum 49 Al 8 50 Prccip 28 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 46 CW Some Democrats saw the possijmous concern of the ruption and illicit funds the newjbaity of Eisenhowers withdrawal ination for the Presidents health i government sealed safety deposit as strengthening Adlai Stevensons Juliana and Prince Bern boxes and limited withdrawalscandidacy though it touched offlhard of the Netherlands sent aiate F from checking and savings acjbackstage activftv bv a covev of message to Mrs Eisenhower his a ack wa counts An army spuree sad Carpotential Democratic favoriteson Indian Prime Minister Nehru f ws Jos Aloe one of Peron s closest candidates Prime Minister Louis the In losing to Eisenhower in Premier Carnal1 rf seized AKJM i n attack He pcr good deal which was an hopeful sign atehStevenson polled morethan 2 els filled with 16 million pesos more than a million dollars The army source said the Aloes were headed for Paraguay FORGETFUL TYPE lion votes a higher total than anyj other member of his party hadPlcalons ever assembled in a presidential election Some Democratic strategists rea soned that if Stevenson could such strength against Eisen1 TOKYO gJJT rClVr j party has taken up that old jist pastime of baseball The party I has formed two teams on its news1 tho wmocratic sjovor paper Red Flag Team colors name of Avcrcll Harri Iwhile and blue man of New York led all tho other a Iiftle Mondav morning al i s sent similar cQmmu SAME DATEI9S4447 though it could go up again l j Beftendorf Man Dies I Under Cement Mixer i BETTEXDORF i Brahms about GO Bettondorf was jcrushed to death Monday when the nopper of i hucc cement mixing inachine fell on him The accident occurred at 1 downtown interoc tinn where was uorkinf jas a member of a paving crew   

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