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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL LXIM Associated Press and United Press Pull Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 10 1957 This Paper Consists of Two No 209 I DOCTORS SATISFACTORY Ike Suffers Stomach Upset WASHINGTON Wi An upset stomach put President Eisen hower down in bed Monday But three examining physicians said there was no indication the illness was in any way related to Eisenhowers 1955 heart attack or to last years ileitis The President is progressing very satisfactorily White House Ma j Gen Leonard Heaton Wai Press Secretary James C Hagerter Reed commandant and Maj ty told a news conference at Howard M Snyder Eisen pm after consultation with Eihowers personal physician senhowers doctors Eisenhower was stricken about Hagerly said the report he putlO pm Sunday and was nauseat out came from Col Thomas Wed and vomiting during part of Haltingly heart specialist at the the night Snyder was called in Armys Walter Reed Hospitalshortly after the President be One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE pm Sunday pm Sunday pm Thursday pm Biturdaj KGLO 1800 WTAD Quincjr O30 WOI Ames BIO WSUL la City 310 Can a Murderer Be Made Over OUR really sincere and dedi cated proponents of prison re habilitation believe from the bot tom of their hearts that a re creation of basic character is pos sible within prison walls Erie Stanley Gardner known to millions of American mystery story devotees and to added millions elsewhere around the world is a wonderful Exhibit A in proof of this general obser vation Our correspondence acquaint anceship began a year or so ago by reason of our mutualinterest in a lifer named Tom Runyon hi the Iowa State Penitentiary Run yon died a few weeks ago The commentary I did on his death came to Erie Stanley Gardners attention As I prepare the manuscript for this visit with you I have before me an extended letter from Mr Gardner one that couldnt have taken less than a half day put of bis bUsy life on Rancho Paiisano Temeculaf Califtirnia The same word age mailed to the Saturday Evening Post or any nationally circulated magazine would bring Gardner a check for several thousand dollars But to me and as a measure of his for prison reform and penology it was for free Interest in Principle In my previous visit with you I drew on that remarkable docu ment for his post mortem shall I say of the Tom Runyon case Inthis I quoted the follow ing from the Gardner letter I hold no brief for Runyon the bank robber or murderer of 1932 My interest is with the Tom Runyon of 1951 to 1957 And it was Gardners conten tion expressed several times and in several different ways that the Tom Runyon of the past several years was a wholly different Tom Runyon from the young man who as a bank bandit took part in the slaying of a North Iowa farmer enroute to an early morning church service In this previous commentary I passed along as faithfully as I could Erie Stanley Gardners sition with respect to Tom Run yon That position incidentally was just 180 degrees apart from that held by the Iowa Parole Board who blocked the way to Runyons release from prison even if he had been able to get around a Federal statute or two Minnesota Case Cited Perhaps Gardner suggests near the bottom of Page 6 of his extended letter the case of Tom WINNERS TALK WITH NIXON Sandra Owen Navarre Ohio and Dana Bennette Denver Colo cowinners of the National Spelling Bee chat with Vice President Nixon in Washington The girls won the trip to the capital after winning out over 65 other candidates in the annual contest Nixon Wants Label came ill and remained with him all night The other physicians were called in Monday for consultation n what the White House des cribed as a precautionary step Mattingly was one of those at tending Eisenhower in 1955 when the President was stricken with a heart attack Heaton operated on the President a year ago foi ileitis or inflamation of the smat intestine In reply to a question at the midday news conference Hager y said there were no plans what ever at that time for moving the President to a hospital Second Statement Hagerty first announced shortly after 10am that the President had suffered the attack In his second statement at pm Hagerty said The President is progressing very satisfactorily He has had no nausea from his stomach since early Monday He now is sleeping comfort ably His pulse temperature respir ation and blood pressure continue to be normal As reported earlier his elec trocardiogram tracing heart per formance shows ho change A reporter quoted Secretary of State Dulles as saying at the Capi tol that Eisenhowers stomach upset was due to his having eaten some blueberry pie Hagerty said Eisenhower did have blue berry pie Sunday but that he was unable to say whether it was a contributing factor to the Presi dents illness Hagerty indicated pie is not an approyeditem in the Presidents strict diet But he sajd Eisenhow er had been eating pie some times Stocks Dip The announcement of Eisen howers illness sent the New York Stock Exchange into a de cline When the news broke about 15 minutes after the markets opening prices were heading higher The t r e nd then was Won t Disarm on Promises AP Wircpnoio CAST NO Joyce Wallace is the new Miss Oklahoma City despite the handicap of having one arm in a cast She broke the arnv in a recent accident at herhome but hopes toshed it in time for the state finalsin the annualMiss America contest Oh yes her measurementsare 382436 Solons Hear Dulles on Foreign Aid Open Debate in House WASHINGTON Presi dent Nixon apparently has de cided his best chance for winning the 1960 Republican presidential nomination is to be labeled as an Eisenhower Republican In the last few days Nixon has gone a long way toward severing the ties he once had with the con servative wing of Republicans He has lined up besideEisenhow er on foreign aid and spending needs And he spoke out in an s likely toicontinue as a cpfltrp versial foreign policy issue In speculation Nixon and Knowland are being cast as rival candidates from the same stale for No 1 place on the next national GOP ticket If the wheel turns in this direction it could be considered gooodpolitics for Nixon to draw as sharp a line as possible between himself and Knowland But there could be a hitch While Nixons candidacy is re speed ticker fell more than five minutes behind in reporting transactions from the floor 1 Hagerty replying to other ques had Dr been Paul tions also said there no consultation with Dudley White of Boston heart specialist who was called in when Eisenhower suffered a thrombosis on Sept coronary 24 1955 or Townspeople Voice Support of Soldier WASHINGTON m townsmen of William S rGirard Monday carried the White House their pleas that the sol dier be tried by an American court in the death of a Japan ese woman A delegation from Ottawa III Girards home town had an appointmentto confer with A McCabe associate counsel to President Eisenhow er The groupi hopes to win re versal of an American govern mentdecision to allow Girard a specialist third be Japanese day in support of US aid to Poland In what could scarcely be unintentional Nixon put himself squarely in opposition to Senate Republican Leader Knowland of Californina on Polish aid oo CllllLVPOb VCX Lullt W lands is not Knowland is quitting the Senate He probably will have to run for governor of California and flatten GOP Gov Goodwin J Knight in the process to become a serious candidate for the presidential Youth Wounded After Argument at Charles City CHARLES Dale Starkey 18 was in Cedar Valley Hospita there Monday after reportedly being wounded in the leg during 1 an is y n The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy wit showers and thunderstorrr Monday night and Tuesda Low Monday night 6365 Tuesday Runyon is too close to home to illustrate the point I am trying to make Lets take a look at an other case that of Joseph P Redenbaugh also known as Ed ward H Hamilton confined in the Minnesota State Prison as in mate Number 5569 Writing to the point that man may be born again within prison walls Gardner had this to say If you bad been sitting in judgment on Redenbaugh 40 years ago you would have considered him just about the most vicious ly depraved individual you ha ever met Anything Runyon may have done fades into insignific ance in comparison with Reden baughs crimes Spelling out this point Gardne wrote as follows Redenbaugh encountered man who wanted to get rid of hi wife Redenbaugh was only to willing to take over He bad noth ing against the woman bu Police Chief Kermit Binger aid Ed VanDeventer Starkeys ncle was being held in the ounty jail on a charge of assault vith a deadly weapon Binger said Starkey hisbroth r James 22 and VanDeventer vere involved in an argument at a tavern Saturday night The argument was broken up but later vas renewed at the home of Ray VanDeventer During the discus ion Ed VanDeventer allegedly ired a 12 gauge shotgun the blast striking the younger Starkey n the left leg between the ankle and knee Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy and humid through Tuesday j Showers and thunderstorms Monday night and Tuesday Cooler northwest Tuesday Low Monday Bight 6370 Five day Iowa Temperatures Tuesday through Saturday will average 3 to 5 degrees below normal northwest to near nor mal rest of stale Normal highs 81 north to 83 south Normal lows 58 north to 61 south Cool er early in period otherwise wither Isidor Ravdin Philadel phia surgeon who was summoned a year ago at tbe time of the ilei tis attack Went to Sleep Hagerty said Eisenhower went o sleep about am after the physicians examined him He said the President was sleeping naturally without any sedative Mrs Eisenhower he said was up most of the night witb the ail ing President who slept inter mittently during lulls in his at tacks of nausea and vomiting Hagerty said Eisenhowers ap pointments for the day were can celed on the advice of Gen Sny der Sunday evening the President attended ground breaking cere monies for construction at Ameri can University here and received an honorary doctor of laws de gree delegation which includes several Ottawa city of ficials was Louis the soldiers older brother Enroute to Wash ington Louis told newsmen in Chicago My brother is an American citizen and I think he should be tried fay an American court The soldiers brother a gar WASHINGTON UP Sccre tary of State John Foster Dullc said Monday that the Unitei States will never disarm morel because of Soviet promises t behave Dulles said it would be reck less folly for this nation to d that He said however that th United States is actively seek ing through United Nations pro cedurcs ways whereby nrma ments can bo safely reduced Defends Budget Dulles made the statement be fore the House Foreign Affail Committee in defense of Pros dent Eisenhowers foreign ai budget He said the aid funds ai needed to bolster US Allie around the world against tl threat of Communist aggressioi The t a s k of world disarm ment Dulles said is immensely complicated by the fact that it is not safe for us to v alter weaken the military disposition svhich protect us meicly because of Soviet promises There must be dependable supervision and control of all promises and pro cedures to assure that we may hoi by promises Good Future Dulles reiterated p re v i 0 u s statements of his that There is great promise that there will not be a war The change that has taken place throughout all of thanks in part to the success of our foreign aid most British Seek to IdGntiiy Body of MISSING FROGMAN CHICHESTER England W headless handiest body of a man dressed in a frogmans dark rubber suit has been found 11 mites from where British frogman Cmdr Lionel Buster Crabb mysteriously disappeared 13Vi months ago Exports were attempting Monday to identify the body which had long been immersed In water v A British Admiralty spokesman said Crabb was Hie only person wearing frogmans diving gear known to be missing in the area The body was found Smidiy by a fisherman In Chichester Harbor which adjoins Portsmouth Harbor where the World War It frogman disappeared on mysterious diving operation near a Russian warship Tides and currents have often pushed the bodies of drowned persons from Portsmouth to the Chichester area age mechanic said he was car rying a petition signed by more than 6000 mothers living in the Ottawa area He said the peti tion asked an American trial for his brother William Girard 21 is charged with fa tally shooting Mrs Naka Sakai last Jan 30 while she was scavenging for scrap metal on a firing range used by Ameri can forces in Japan Girard has said the shooting was acciden tal 10 Are Injured in Carnival Incident DAVENPORT least 10 persons were injured Sunday night when a man and a girl were flung from a carnival ride onto a crowded midway Authorities said Ruth Howard 16 and Edward Eberly 28 both of Davenport were riding in a little temperature change PreUrocket planc when the door from impressive The people now have hope and confidence They believe there will be a very good fu lure Chairman Gordon CDIll told Dulles he had made an impres sive appeal for the Presidents aid program Shortly before Dulles began his House testimony the Senate For eign Relations Committee asked Congress to authorize a 110000 foreign aid program with a word of caution to those who mid abolish or emasculate it The committee presented a for mal report which paves the way for a Senate floor battle expected to begin about Thursday Complete Band Festival Plans Last minute arrangements for Mason Citys 19th annual North Iowa Band Festival were completed Monday as bands and queeni in 90 high schools over North Iowa andSouthern Minnesota pared for the big day Tuesday The two hour long parade on Federal and Delaware avenues was scheduled to start promptly at 10 am from the Hotel Hanford move south oh Federal to 5th E then over to Delaware and orth to Slate In case it bo raining at 0 am the parade will be cheduled at a different hour Uso ia case of rain Ralph Geer as a standby program of several cts ready for the entertainment 1 band members and guests Tins willbe presented If needed at the Mason City High School and at several other places Luncheons for the queens and nndmnstcrs have been scheduled n the Sky Room and the Wedge vood Room at the Hotel Hanford itnoori The afternoon concerts in Cen rat Park are scheduled from o 5 pm with presentation hc queens at pm and a free bail gameat Roosevelt Dia mond at 2 pm i Shelter Provided The evening show is scheduled SAME Black mcini irifMo death in pist 21 houri Des Moines Youth Drowns in River DES MOINES UP Danny Riley 10 DCS Moines drowned GEORGE E ONEIL Sunday afternoon while ming in the Des Moines swim River GE ONeil Businessman Dies at 72 George E ONeil 72 longtim Mason City businessman dice Sunday at a Mason City hospita following an illness He had lived in the Mason City area through out his life and had made hi home at 110 10th N W man years Funeral services will be hek at p m Tuesday at th Major Memorial Chapel Th Rev Robert L Stone pastor o the First Congregational Churcl will officiate Burial will be i Elmwood Cemetery Friends ma call at the chapel until the tim with his brothers near his home of services Became Partner cipitation will average onehalf to threefourths of an inch northwest to onehalf inch Trucker Killed at Blairsburg BLAIRSBURG W An Omaha man was killed in the collision of Minnesota Cloudy and cooler came open and they were tossed out horizontally 30 feet into the air The two landed in the midst to one inch southeast occurring a crowd of onlookers injuring as scattered showers and thun derstorms mostly in first half of period eight persons seriously enough to require hospitalizalion Officials said none of the in jured was in serious condition two trucks in the fog near the junction of Highways 20 and 69 near here early Monday Dead was James McCully 51 The driv er of the other truck William Hisken 51 Luverne Minn es caped injury showers and thundershowers south Highs Tuesday 68 north and west 7075 southeast Des Moines Chooses New School Head DES MOINES H Har 46 superintendent of schools GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday 75 Minimum Sunday night 66 At 8 am Monday 66 Precipitation 02 inch Why Hes Still Alive named Author Chessman Gets New Hearing WASHINGTON Wl The Su preme Court Monday ordered a new hearing for Caryl Chessman California sex terrorist and pris on cell author Justice Harlan delivered the 53 decision in the case of Chess man who has waged a nineyear legal fight to escape death in San Quentins gas chamber Harlan GlobeGazette weather data upsaid Chessman has never had YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 91 63 Lo get underway at pm with Ihe grand finale at Roosevelt Stadium In case of rain in the evening only the band members and queens will be admitted la Roosevelt Fieldhouse where the evening show will be presented If the program is presented there only the Mason City Munici pal Band will furnish themusic Parking provisions for vBani Festival Day will be the same at usual 1 Killed 8 Injured in 2Car Crash North of Osceola OSCEOLA WVThe fiery crash of astation wagon and a car near here Sunday night claimed the life of a race car pit crew mem ber and injured eight other per Mr ONeil entered the grocer sons Three of the injured re business in 1906 in the employ of Redenbaugh Gardner Momcs public school system insists that he actually didntThc of Harris will actually CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 be effective July 1 His salary will be a year of the to 8 am Sunday Maximum Saturday fil Minimum Saturday night 52 At 8 amSunday 60 Precipitation trace his day in court upon the contro versial issues of fact and law in volved in the settlement of the record upon which his conviction was affirmed AP Wircpliolo OlSE OF 18 TO FALL The warm sun and tension proved too much for these Canadian Grenadier Guards men AS they lined up for inspection by Canadas Gov Ihe McGregorDean Grocers The firm later became the Thompson Dean Grocers and Mr ONeil after that time became a partner in the store It has carried the name of ThompsonONcil for many years Mr ONeil was born n Lime Creek Township Oct 18 1884 He was the son of George A and Lucinda ONeil In 1908 he was married to Valeria Graney Mr ONeil is survived by his vife and two daughters Mrs R B Ruth Ann Nichols Oklahoma City and Mrs W E Joan Spink Rochester Mich Also sur viving are two sisters Miss Lu cia ONeil of Clear Lake and Mrs William Avis McArthur of the Mason City rural area and five grandchildren Preceded in Death Mr ONeil was preceded in death by his son George William ONeil his parents a brother and a sister Mr ONeil attended rural school and the Memorial Univer sity in Mason City He was a member of the First j Congregational Church here He was a charter member of the Ma son City Khvanis Club and be mained in critical condition Mon day Highway patrolmen identified the dead man as James Clark 20 Kansas City Mr and Mrs Albert Hindman and their daughter Virginia 16 were reported in critical condi tion Two other Hindman chil dren Jane 10 and Alan 3 were less seriously hurt The Hindmaa family who live north of Osceola were in the Clarke County Hos pital here Three other men injured in the crash were hospitalized in Des Moines They are Ray Watson 53 Robert Hohimer 28 and Tom Randol all of Kansas City Wat son and Randol were reported in satisfactory condition Monday and the condition of Hohimer was listed as BULLETIN WASHINGTON Su preme Court ruled Monday that some 450000 U S civilians now with the armed forces in for eign countries are not subject to by the military Gen Cmcent Massey The two one of which is bcinpr ponged to Benevolence Lodge 145j The 62 ruling reversed a 53 de helped out of Montreals Molsons stadium were among JAF and AM the Elks and the cision on issue deliyerid by 18 who overcome I Chamber of Commerce high court only lasi   

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