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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edted tot VOL Scouts to Joseph Brunton Arthur Shuck N J The man who will soon be guid ing the activities of the B o y Scouts of America believes his organization is destined to play a vital role in the worlds fu ture The next quarter century can see the dawn either of another golden for humanity another dark said Joseph A Brunton chief executive elect of the BSA It all depends on how well we train our boys to understand what America means to be willing Jo stand firm behind our ideals in the face of threats and to work for peace based on BRUNTON WILL be new chief executive of the scout movement in the United States He will become director of the group of five million men and boys in August 1960 After the National Jamboree at Colorado Springs he will succeed Dr Arthur A Shuck Brunton a tall vigorous well built man has spent more than half of his 55 years in Scouting He started as a Scout1 and later became a volunteer work er In the early 1930s when he was a prospering partner in a Pitts burgh investment firm the lo cal Scout council asked Brun ton to help out temporarily on organizing camps in western Pennsylvania He has been a fulltime Scout executive ever since I decided then that a man can do many things money but he has to invest his life in something he believes Brunton saidi HIS TALENT work auaded the Greater New York Council of the Boy Scouts that he was the leader they needed and in 1944 he went to New York as chief executive Brunton fund raising activities in the New York area and instituted a series of patrol the purpose of which were to gather contri butions from local businessmen and to have famous Americans address them on the ideals of Scouting Thanks to the generous con tributions of the members of lo cal Boy Scout councils we have been able to construct 60 million dollars worth of camps through out the United Brunton said In 1952 Brunton joined the staff of the National Council and came here when the council opened its new national head quarters in New Brunswick in 1953 HE BECAME assistant chief executive two years ago Brunton outlined the task that faces him as follows Weve got to teach the kids to be articulate and to under stand what Americans believe Theyve got to stop taking things like religion and liberty for granted The Boy Scouts of America will have to call on all the de cent and constructive forces in America to work with our youths to give them once again the feeling for Americas mission in the The Boy Scouts of America now have members and adult volunteers The executives are a small core of fulltime workers who scout policy and train the Brunton was born in Pitts burgh on June 26 1904 He is married to the former Marian Smith of Pittsburgh He and his wife live in a house in Deans suburb of New Brunswick Auto Hits Wagon Iowa Man Killed EARLING Arthur Carey 60 Panama Iowa was killed instantly Tuesday when bis car struck a tractorwagon on Highway 191 a mile south of this Shelby County town N t w s D a p t r T h a t M a 1 s All North I o w a n N t i g h b o r s i r r MASON CITY WiDNISDAYV OCTOBER 1W HOME EDITION AP Photofax NEVER TO FIGHT AGAIN Tennessee left and California two Navy battleships with distinguished war records lie motionless under the scrappers dismantling torch at Baltimore Md They were sold for scrap earlier this year inline with the Navy policy of junking all of its Chessman Gets the Supreme Court Wednesday granted a stay of execution Chessman under sentence to die Friday in The eighth since 1948 was granted to per mit the convictauthor to file a new appeal The appeal must be filed by Nov 3 Counsel for Chessman had asked Justice Douglas to grant a stay but Douglas request to the full court In granting the stay the court Chief Justice War ren had disqualified from the Warreii is a former governor of California The decision to granta stay thus was made by eight jus tices After the filing of a new ap pealon behalf of Chessman the State of California may file a reply in opposition to further Supreme Court consideration of the case The justices then will decide in closed conference whether they will grant a hear ing on the new appeal A re iusal to do so would mean that Jhessmans conviction with the jenalty would stand Chessman has maintained that he was denied his constitu ional rights because the trial record in his case was not prop erly prepared The court re porter died shortly after the trial ended and his notes were xanscribed by some one else Chessman argued t h a t the notes wereillegible and incap able of accurate transcription Its Matts Jewelry Box Not Plumbing That Sprung Leak YONKERS W Mat thew Sampieri found a stran ger in his bathroom Tuesday Who are you he asked r e p I i e d the man pressing his ear against the well still leaking Joe the man shouted down the peth drain Ne answer Tell you the man said to Sampieri You turn en the shower and Ill check the apartment Sampler turned on the shower and listened quite a while to the running water back Sampieri discovered that S4M in jewelry miss ing from his Find Chest Report at Noon Friday Every worker in the Mason City Community Chests general solicitation wilJL be expected to turn in his report at the filial port luncheon Friday noon Part of the responsibility as sumed by every solicitor when he took the job his report on ard L Bailey chairman of the division WE WOULD LIKE to see oil the team captains at the lun cheon If they are unable to come however they should turn intheir reports to their regi mental leaders We hope all the reports will be complete Even if they are not each solicitor will be ex pected to turn in a report of his work to date The only way we can hope to reachour quota Fri day isto get all reports in at the The noon luncheon Friday will be at the YWCA Each person attending pays 65 cents for his lunch The meals are prepared and served by volunteer workers of the FEWER THAN half of tne prospect cards been turned in Bailey reported Wednesday Themore than cards still u n reported Will h aye to raise for the campaign to reachits We are fighting a lastditch Bailey reminded his workers We must raise the quota this year if we expect our Community Chest to con tinue to The eight Red Feather agencies cannot be ex When the man didnt come pected to stay in the chest if their needs are not met The result could only eight separate be OUK WIBC SEEVICKS SAN The last of the Hannah quintup lets a rpound 11 ounce girl that could fit comfortably in an adultts hand died Wednesday after an 18 hour and 9 minute fight for sur vival r The quintuplets wereuall girls and none lived long enough to be named Theone Union Appeals TH Law Ifivoked PITTSBURGH W A District court judge Wednesday issued a TaftHartley injunction temporarily halting the record 99day steel strike He then immediately stayed its execu tion to permit the union time to appeal Judge Herbert issued the injunction after declaring ihat acontinuation of the strike by a halfmillion United Steel workers would threaten the health of the nation The judge at first denied a un ion request to stay the injunction pending outcome of an appeal to the Circuit Court However agreed later to a brief stay iArtou JjfV Goldberg USW general he was prepared tbfile an immedi ate appeal JUDGE AUSTIN STALE Y the Third Circuit Court was in Pittsburgh He was to sit at hearing later Wednesday to hear the union Judge Sorg 47 anEisenhower with the President that the strike im periled the nation Sprg handed down the historic backtbwork ruling at It came after a threehour morning meeting of union and industry attorneys on the ques ion of retroactivity Eisenhow er through the Justice Depart ment asked Judge Sorg Tues day for the injunction Sorg said he signed the peti tion because he found the steel strike to be inimicable to the public health and He said he agreed to President Ei senhowers request in order that further negotiations may go on while the basic needs of the country are being THE STEEL Workers Union countered with a 51page mem orandum which argued that the strike had not created alemergency questioned the le gality of the TaftHartley back towork provisions and lament ed that an injunction would nul lify the steelworkers strike sac rifices There is no indication that there is a general shortage of steel or steel products for de fense the union con tended The USW argued that the TaftHartley strikeending provisions are unconstitutional because they confer on the courts duties which are not JVL dicial andr are not connected with any case or Ther number of unemployed due to the strike continued to mount One authoritative esti mate is that by the end of the week the total may exceed 000 That figure includes the striking steel workers whose walkout on July 15 has thrown thousands of other work ers in allied industries out of work On the Inside Pago 4 Clear Lake Society News Mason City News 3733 Comics 35 North Iowa 34 that Hyed theJ longest was Baby so called because she was the fourth to be born of the death of the spread rap i d 1 y pital at AFB which the largest i andfinest in the entire Air basement cafeteria was crowded with nurses and coming to niy God they were baby half sobbed a technician in a blue dress The word spread quick ly fromtable to table Sever al persons left their break fast uneaten Their pretty blonde mother Mrs Charles G Hannan 27 and a 29year old Air Force navigator were grief stricken THEY SAID it was Gods asked to be allowed to retire from the turmoil into which becoming the parents of quintuplets had thrust them D Munroe a pedi atrician who fought for Baby Ds life all night told the about dawn that the last of the babies was dying The father a went quickly to his wifes room c to be with her when Mimroe brought her the news The last baby at Mrs Hannan wept but did not become hys Her husbands eyes filled with tears buthe did not cry openly babies the 47th re corded birth of quintuplets were born three ononths pre maturely Tuesday within 12 minutes At ahd Baby B died at Tuesday Baby A died at Baby E at MBaby C at 10 and Hannan re fused to permit either inter views pictures after the of Baby But theyl sent formal statement which said and I are ter riblysorry tolearn of the our babies and are stricken with grief we are confident all is for the best and that God has a better place for them We know that the hospital and staff here at Lackland did DR GIBBS HANNAN all in their power to save our babies They were just too immature We hope that we can find a little1 peace and quiet They have two sons Robert 5 and Patrick 4 but wanted a daughter Lt Col Charles E Gibbs who delivered the quintuplets said there was no reasonMrs Hannan couldnot have more children He expects her to leave the hospital in about a He said his entire staff had tried since it was determined that Mrs Hannan was going a multiple to keep the hopes of the couple from getting high Lt Col Thomas M Hoi comb who was on duty in the pediatrics ward of Lackland Air Force BaseHospital when the first four From the very outset we had to paint them a black picture but they continued to cling to that shred of hope We tried to give them that shred isnt a man that feels he didnt do everything he covild to save those ba Gibbs Holcomb and Mun roe met reporters for a news conference today after the death of Baby AT FIRST the babies looked good But at the first sign of tir ing when they became a dusky color we would give them gentle stimulation like wiggling a foot to start their Holcomb said Then as the in creased and the stimulation wouldnt help we put them under an oxygen tent All five babies were com pletely normal except for extreme The chance of survival statistic ally is very very slim for a baby weighing less than two Gibbssaid As each baby was born it was handed to awaiting pedi atrician The umbilical cord was snipped and after each mother under an anaesthetic injected into the base of her spine was told that anotherchild had been delivered and it was a girl Gibb s s aid he could not tell AP Pholofax DIDNT GET FAR I want to com manding money and left with pliment the police force for doing such Ten minutes later Officer Lawrence a good comments Gordon Powell spotted Powells car after after he was arrested in a bank employes had given him the li bank robbery at El Monte Calif He cense number Broke and unemployed handed Mary Briggs right a note de Powell surrendered Erbe to Be Star Witness at Hearing on Pornography OMAHA Neb UPI Iowa Atty Gen Norman Erbe will be the star witness at the congres sional subcommittee hearing lere concerning the na ions pornography acket Rep Glenn Cunningham R the ranking he House subcommittee on postal operations said Wednes day the subcommittee asked Irbe to testify because we want to hear about the Iowa rackdown on 42 pornograph c magazines Erbe banned 42 magazines rom Iowa newsstands Sept 1 charging they were pornograph c and too lousy for public The move brought con gratulatory messages from Iowa church and civic groups and attracted interest around he nation Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday night and Thursday Lows Wednesday night 3842 High Thursday 5862 Iowa Partly warmer northeast Wednesday night and southeast half Thursday Lows Wednesday night 3845 Highs Thursday 58 northeast to near 70 southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change Fri day M innesota Cloudy windy warmer Highs Thursday 55 60 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum 61 Minimum 33 At 8 35 School Suspends Three More Pupils DES MOINES more Amos Hiatt Junior High School students were suspended Wednesday for their part in in cidents which resulted in a walkout of 150 students Mon day The action brought to 11 the number of students suspend ed as a result of an interracial schoolboy fight last Friday which apparently touched off the walkout School Supt John H Harris said he hoped the suspensions would bring the matter to a close SAME whether the babies were iden tical until he has completed tests The worlds only living quints are the Diligentis of Buenos Aires Argentina who celebrated their 16th birth day last July 15 The quints probably the worldi most publicized survived for 20 years until Emilie Dionne 20 in 1954 Missile Agency Shifted German Team to NASA WASHINGTON UP A Penta on source said Wednesday the Army Ballistic Missile Agency s to be transferred to control f the civilian run National Aeronautics and Space Admin stration The source who declined to be identified at this time said a formal announcement of tha ransfer probably would ba rorthcoming later in the day The Armys big missile and space agency at Huntsville has been the center of controversies for two years The most recent dispute involyes the thrust rocket engine known as Project Saturn sm HUGej able to put a 15ton load into orbit 300 miles above the earth would be bigger than the Penta gon needs for intercontinental missiles and flow of mili ary money for it has been slowed down Its value is in he exploration of space Tranfer of the scientisti and technicians at Huntsville ed by Germanborn rocket ex pert Wernher von Braun has ong been rumored Apparently t was the subject of a confer ence Wednesday between Presi dent Eisenhower and his space advisers including Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy Secretary of the Army Wilber tf Bruckerhinted that the mis iile agencys fate had been de ided at that session THE SATURN program has been suffering from malnutri lon Word has come down that ts funds have been cut from to 70 million Maj 3eh John B Medaris who has headed this effort has just re signed although he says his was not a protest action Medaris in a New York peech Tuesday night said the Jaturn program is our best present bid for parity with the Russians in this field I am personally he said That we cannot afford not to compete with whatever it akes to win I do not believe hat we are prepared to aban don any part of the universe to the undisputed domination of EISENHOWER HELD his high powered advisors meeting just before leaving for five or six days of golf at Augusta Ga Summoned to the House were Dr T nan civilian space administra tor Dr George Kistiakowsky the Presidents science advisor Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy and his deputy Thom as S Gates Dr Herbert York the Pentagons director of engi neering and research and Act ing Budget Director Elmer Staats Von Braun said he had no tention of resigning from his key job as head of the Huntsville scientific team even if the proj ect was shifted from the Army to NASA Merchants Offer Big Values Greater Mason City Days OCTOBER 2223 and 24 I   

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