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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT E T H I NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKII ALL NORTH 10WAN1 NEIGHBORS 1HOME EDITION VOL Associated Pica and United Presi Internationa Full Wlroj 7c MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 1Sg TJili Taper ConiliU oi Two Section It Mercury Dives to Record Iowa Lows Dr LR Wood ward Long a Physician Here Dead at 73 Dr Lee Roy Woodward 73 a member of the Park Hospital Clinic and a former president of the Iowa Stale Medical Assn died Tuesday morning at the Park He had made his home at the Hotel Hanford for many years Dr Woodward was honored last year as a pioneer in the U S medicines study of brucellosis in humans with a special citation from the Grinnell College board of trustees Born Sept 16 1885 on a farm in Portland Township Dr Wood ward was graduated from Mason City High School in 190 and from Grinnell College in 1909 from a premcdical course He was married m 1911 lo the late Lynne Adcle Webster whom he met at Grinnell She preceded him in death in 1953 high school in Iowa from 1909 to 1911 andjllom then went to China where he taught physics and chemistry in the1 b JladlC government school at Tientsin from 1911 to 1914 He returned Clllb thp United States and VhoenicUn ciub x FIND Previously Reported Neighbor am the United States and attended Rush Medical College Chicago where he received his doctor of medicine degree in 1917 He was interne in St Lukes Hospital Chicago Tn 1918 he began the practice of medicine at Deere Lodge and in 1921 together with his associate the late Dr George M Crabb joined the Park Hos pital Clinic in Mason City DR WOODWARD discovered the first case of Malta fever brucellosis in Iowa in Decem ber 1926 and reported it at the km a State Medical Society meet ing in 1927 His paper on the sub ject was published in the Septem ber 1927 Journal of the society The Mason Cityan also made one of the early antemortem di agnoses of coronary thrombosis in Iowa about 1921 He was on the council of the Iowa State Medical Society for eight years beginning in 1932 and on the board of trustees of the society for 10 years begin ning in 1940 He became presi dent of the society in J944 He received the societys Award of Merit in 1953 for long and faith ful City Chapter of IlcMulay JTI1I DAYS TOTAL iTOTAI TO HATE AMOUNT NKICIJKD GIVING DAYS Student Injured in Crash Terry Ryan Critical Terry Edward Ryan 20 re mained in critical condition Tues day at Mercy Hospital as a re M ls suit of a cartrain accident Moni day that cost him loss of the left KM leg Hyan Mason City Junior Col i no legc freshman football player from rural Ventura was injured when his car skidded into a Rock Island switch engine on 4th Hyan suffered a skull fracture DR L R WOODWARD Heavy Damage to Farm Workshop Near Hanlontown HANLONTOWN Fire de ize Dr Woodward helped organjstrayed a workshop containing a u the Iowa Medical Service pjckup truck S700 worth of tools Blue Shield insurance and about in materials Mon 1 day night at the Alfred Prcst andserved rectors for on the board of nine years G o r d o County local HE WAS ACTIVE in the Clear Lake Yacht Club for several years and was its commodore in 1944 During World War II Dr Woodward was cardiac consult ant to the Selective Service boards of nine North Iowa coun ties for three years He also served as physician for the Ccrro boards Dr Woodward also was a member of the Iowa Clinical Medical Society a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and a fellow of the American College of Physicians Surviving are a daughter Mrs John V Adelia Hayward Mason City two sons Dr Ed ward R Woodward professor and chairman of the department of surgery of the University of Florida Medical School Gaincs vilic and Dr Arthur Woodward Waterloo 11 grand children and a brother Leon I Woodward Mason City I Funeral services will he con ducted at 10 Wednesday at Hie Major Memorial Chapel The Rev Robert L Stone pastor ofj the First Congregational Church of Mason City will officiate Bur ial will be in Elm wood Ccmei lery Loss fn Des Moines Blaze DES MOINES fire which a company official said he started in a barrel inside a warehouse to keep warm was blamed by him for a spectacular bnzc Tues day which destroyed the mam building of a chemical companv1 just outside northeast DCS Moines John Barakat president of the old Barco Chemical esti mated the damage at to No one was injured holt farm three quarters mile east of town of a The Hanlontown fire depart ment was called but not in time jlo save the building or contents They stood by to keep the blaze from spreading to other buildings A salamander stove inside the building is thought to have ex ploded Prestholt said the loss was partially covered by insur ance BULLETIN NORFOLK Va disabled Navy tanker plane smashed into two houses Tuesday in a residential area near Chesa peake Bay The planes four crewmen and two babies in one of the houses were killed Two other persons were burned Cheer Fund Assisted by Clubs and re ins is the gift communication ceived by Christinas Cheer Fund Tuesday and various cuts His leg was am putated in emergency surgery im mediately after the accident The accident happened about RYAN WAS driving east when his car slammed into the side of the southbound engine which was pulling three railroad cars The auto was battered against a utility pole and a rail road sxvilch box pole just south of the crossing The tram continued lo drag the automobile which finally came to rest beside the track 53 feet morning Friendly Birthday Kensett Enclosed from the Neighbor Club of is S2 toward the Christmas Cheer Hop ing it will help to make a better Christmas for WE CAN assure our Kensett friends their contribution will make someone happier this Christmas This and other gifts that we know will be coming from many many persons in the next few dajs are being turned over to Family Service which has con tacts with deserving families You can rest assured that the best possible use will be made of the funds received Cold weather apparently slowed up the tempo of giving following Mondays start but the contribu tions reveal that clubs and other organizations as well as indivi duals have the Cheer Fund in mind YOU CAN watch the progress of the Cheer Fund toward its 000 goal by looking at the slocking shown with Santa The stocking must be filled if the needs of our community arc to be met Send or bring your gift to the was GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Mason City Iowa from the crossing at which the crash occurred Ryan was lying near the car when Snclls Ambu lance Service personnel arrived A utility pole near Ihe new un derpass on Ihe new Highway 18 route helped stop the car police said Had it been dragged sev eral feet farther it would have rolled down an embankment onto the westbound portion of the new highway Witnesses told police that warn ing signals at the crossing were in operation THE CAR was demolished An air tank on the right side of the train engine was smashed put ting the trains brakes out of or der The train stopped just after the engine had passed over the long bridge over the highway Although it was impossible to determine where the car skidded on the new snow covered street police said it seemed evident that it slid into the engine The train engineer was J E Wood M a n I y The trains speed COLD COLD Scan Ian 7 andGary Angcll 8 second graders at Lincoln School hoofed il to classes Tuesday and they each have a pair of frigiM feet prove it In fact they didnt even wail lo get inside the building to doff their boots and give their tootsies a brisk warming rundown Jury Indicts Goldfine on 18 Contempt Counts friendship with Presidential As turn over certain financial re jorcis to IF S lax investigators Legisl A lnick bearing the record sistant Sherman Adams Goldfine told the House WASH1NGTON Indus trialist Bernard Goldfine was in dicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday on 18 counts of Committee involving Coldfine of Congress i The charges were based on Goldfines refusal to answer ifi involving transac tions of the Boston Port Develop ment Houfie hearings last July on his troubles with federal questions concerned Hie affairs of a private c o m pany and were therefore o u t side the com mittees powers tiuiijo o c t VI I was not reportregulatory agencies eel and h RYAN not at but it was assumed the switch engine of inquiry siimliclmcnf PLANS TOUR WASHINGTON Marcus V A 1 I high speed Terry Bach of the State University of days The was the second legal action involving Goldfine in two internal finns took them to the Hosto Internal Revenue Service Moi jday afternoon House investigators said Golc j fine had borrowed money froi i Boston Port Development iSreal estate firm in which he wa majority stockholder over a 53 inches that ut tin ULI ix imiiuiAJiv UJ J A is the son of the Edward Ryansjiowa is going to the Far East Court of Ap of near Ventura The familys next month under the State Depeals in Boston mailing address is Klemme A brother Larry also is a Mason City Junior College Warmup May Be in Offing Mason City Has 21 Record low temperatures for his prowinter season were set at everal places in Iowa Tuesday norning including a 27 bclow ero reading at Spencer and 25 jclow at Siblcy Mason City had 21 lowans were warned to expect rigid readings Monday night but nost were surprised to find the bottom literally falling out of the hcrmomcter The previous record low for Mason City on this date was 16 n 1917 THE TEMPERATURE didnt get above zero in Mason City all day Monday As a matter of con rasl it was 05 in the city on this lale back in record high for the date However the Weather Bureau promised some moderation Tucs lny night and Wednesday Elkadcr reported 24 below Tuesday morning Waterloo 19 cow and other belowzero read ngs included 17 at Dubuquc 16 it 15 at Cedar Rapids 2 at Burlington and Davenport ind 10 at OUumwa and DCS Moincs In fact few points had above readings THE COLD FRONT moved eastward pushing a heavy snow line ahead of it A dozen hitgf snow plows worked through Hie night lo dig Oswcgo on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario from a record fivefoot snowfall Monday Drifts up lo 20 feet paralyzed the city prompting Mayor Vincent Corsall to declare an emergency The two coldest spots in the nation were Hibbing with 32 and International Falls wilh 31 Mail and milk deliveries cut off by the lowering snows were being resumed at Oswego How ever schools and industries in tlic city of were scheduled lo remain closed a second day Another halffoot snow swirled down on Oswego Tues day The snow on Ihe ground where it had not drifted meas Icast nine weather fa tali Goldfine is to be arraigned Federal Court here Friday Judge nex mon uner e ale ejpeas n oslon GOLDFINE ee ray uge jpartments cultural exchange proiMonday denied Goldfincs appcaijIohn sct at THE EXTRI jgram the department announcedfrom a lower court order that he If flodfinc could be played a part ii Tuesday sentenced up to one year in prisjfircs which ki on and fined up lo for enchininc of them cl lowan Rejects Reconciliation Slain by Mate WATERLOO An altcmptod reconciliation ended in the sho gun death here late Monday of Mrs Joel Riley i Detective Cap Tom Wood saidMason Rilcy who had been separated from his wife returned from Chi cago and tried lo make up with EXTREME cold also in a rash of home killed 10 persons on and fined up lo for eachjninc of them children in Michi counl in Die indictment on whichisjan Minnesota and North Caro he is found guilty jna The storm hit Pittsburgh during the evening rush hour Monday night dumping six inches of snow on the city and delaying homebound motorists as much as two hours Penn sylvania state police reported roads including the Pennsyl vania Turnpike snow covered and dangerous throughout the her When Mrs Rilcy rejected the reconciliation Wood said Riley shot her twice wilh a shot gun and then surrendered to po lico iRil The shooting occurred at Mrs leys home New Ballistic Cargo Missile Unveiled City Partly cloudy not quite so cold Tuesday night andwcstern Part of tnc statc where Wednesday Low Tuesday nightlaccnmu1auons reached up to 17 1015 below High Wcdncsdayiincncs around 15 j Heavy snows elsewhere In lNTcw York buried Boonville un CRASH HOSPITALIZES cartrain col lision on 4th demolished the car and caused criti cal injuries to the driver Terry Edward Ryan 20 rural Ventura The auto struck the freight after skidding on the snowpacked street with snow west Minnesota Moderating tempera tures partly cloudy High Wed nesday 515 SAN DIEGO Calif first successful firing of the xbi GlobeGazette weather olata up ber a new supersonic ballistic10 8 a mTuesday cargo missile was announced Maximum 2 Tuesday by J V Xaish prcsi1 dent of Convair division of Gen cral Dynamics Corp The new missile which could revolutionize the transportation industry and add a vital new element to fugitive was captured and three Americas fighting machine carothers fled on foot Tuesday after Tied a 50pound payload intactithcir car rammed a bridge rail over a sixmile desert range ating The four escaped from the jCamp Irwin about 100 county jail at Council Bluffs Mon northeast of here iday night Iowa Fair and very cold TuesiL day high zero to 6 above north icr 45 inches Pulaska 24 Rome east to 612 Partly 21 arul Ulica l4 cloudy not quite so cold Tues ABOUT 30 shios day night low 12 below i 7 to above southwest T Seaway at Considerable cloudiness slowly S0llth of Mon moderating temperatures WcdC to dcar ncsclay with scattered thcj frozc ln for 6 wintcr Another ship went aground near Massena Minimum At 8 a m 21 18 ESCAPEE NABBED Mo One Towai UADMMC JIIU1 i WBm DAYSlffT   

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