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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horn VJlOBE The HOME EDITKJM VOL 102 newspaper that makes a 11 North Iowahs neighbors Associated Press and United Press Internationa FuU Lease Wires MASOK CITY lOWft THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 W2 lOc a Paper Consists Two SectionsSection No US Six lite terms to Gay no Smith SIGOURNEY Gilaunt uncle and three cousins last om bmitn 24 was sentenced May and the bludgeon slaying of inursday to six lifetimes in prison his stepmother last October be lor the murders of six relatives served consecutively one after Turor T r n L R Carson de creed that the sentences imposed for the methodical slaying of his Australia eyes the ugly cup World Series of yachting By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Twelves majestic sailing yachts take to the waters off Newport on Saturday inthe first of a four outofseven series of races for the Americas Cup an ugly baroque silver pitcher worth only about but in the quest of which untold millions have been spent For 111 years the British and Canadians Irish and Scots for that matter have been trying to reign the curlicued trophy this time the challengers are Aussies Queen Victoria watched as a schooner named America carried off the cup for a New York Yacht Club syndicate as the rewardfor winning a 60mile race around racing trophy Seventeen times he other Judge Carson who could have loomed Gayno to dieon the gal ows said the purpose was that he defendant never be released Smith stood impassively as sen ence was pronounced He was asked three times by the judge f he knew what he was doing and on each occasion Gayno re plied Yes your honor Gayno Wednesday had changed lis plea from innocent to guilty in the shotgunrifle slayings of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs An drew McBeth and three of their our children at the family farm the night of last May 26 Judge Carson found him guilty Thursday of first degree murder in all five of these murders and decreed a term of life imprison ment at hard labor in each of the five After sentence was pronounced in these cases Gaynos attorney Stephen Gerard announced that Smith wanted to change his plea from innocent to guilty of second degree murder in the killing of his stepmother Mrs Juanita Smith 46 The state recommend ed that the plea be accepted After a brief recess Judge Car son then announced that a sixth life term was imposed in the death of Mrs Smith Shortly before the court session started Kebkuk County Sheriff John Wallerich announced that Gayno had given a detailed state ment of how when and why he killed Mrs Smith Her body was found in June in a shallow grave nearthe home in Hedrick the Isle of Wight in 1851 during near the home in Hedl the year of the Great Exhibition she once shared with Gayno at London In 1857 the holder of Gayno showed absolutely w the Americas cup gave it to the emotion at any tune during the New York Yacht Club to be put sentencing procedure When asked up thereafter as an international D7 the judge if he had any ques the British JERILYN CHILCOTT Its no yoke Neat chick is short 7200 eggs NEW YORK AP Heres a story of a chick who lost 7200 eggs The desk officer at a Manhat an police station perked up a bit Wednesday when a honeyhaired jlor5de with sparkling blue eyes rim even in dungarees and plaid in He perked up even more when she told him Im a truck driver I just came into this town from Iowa and somebody hijacked a cargo oi eggs off my truck The 5foot5 115pound beauty IS a truck driver She helps her dad drive a 50foot 15ton refrig erated tractor trailer over the country carting fruit vegetables and eggs Jerilyn Chilcott 20 from Au burn Iowa and her father Mic came vinto tovyn totiri tionshe replied No 600 cases Gerard said Gaynos statement iwere in a diner someone mad i t t nff TlflfVi OA ff7 1 VI JJ1 w j tij iivj j kS LtA 11C IJ L I tried to take it back across the about the death of his stepmother Atlantic The last attempt was would not be released He said made by the Squadhowever that Mrs Smiths slay ron syndicates Sceptre in 1958 Americas Cup racing inevitably ment ing resulted from a family argu conjuresup the great names of the past The yacht which won in t Me n 1937 was Harold S Vanderbilt howed that Smith was not suf sew o disclosed Vanderbiltused the Ranger the T y tate Umversitv last of the heauHfil fe f Iowa Psychiatrists said Smith no other word 135foot long J1S ot averaee intelligence The boats only one season it was w e r e conducted junked in 1941 Thomas 0 M fa y the report Sopwith the British aircraft to Jud8e Carson be ufseturer in defeat called it the Smith was best Jclass yacht that has ever been built The Briton who comes im mediately to mind when Amer icans think of the Cup races is Sir Thomas Lipton the tea mer chant who spent million apiece on five challenges between 1899 and 1930 with his five Sharmrocks So thoroughly did the gallant Sir Thomas capture the American imagination that Will Rogers was able to raise by subscription 000 for a solid gold consolation cup To build and race anything nearly so classic as a Jboat today would cost well over million The Js reached 87 feet on the water and carried 7500 sq ft of sail area on 175foot masts So Henry Sears then vice com modore of the New York Yacht Club in 19541955 succeeded in getting the New York Supreme Court to change the Cup deed of gift to reduce the minimum water length to 44 feet The British promptly challenged to a race of socalled 12meter boats and the challenge was equally promptly accepted Gretet the challenger this year is sponsored by the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron Weatherly the defender chosen after a series of trials off Newport this summer is owned by Henry Mercer Rum son N J Oddly enough Weather ly was defeated in the 1958 trials Smith told newsmen I feel SSSedu 3t the serntences an3 o added that he had been hopShes never had a date never tnrr AV i I ing for life instead of the gal lows But he said I was pre pared either way I guess yachting that Americans should cut by Fred Ted Hood who also sewed Weatherlys suit of sails of racing is for the it is curl ing frequently the boats are out of sight Why then will the races draw hordes to Newport and produce more copy than the World Series Must have something to do with the great sweeping look of those majestic boats when they can be A psychiatric exami nation off with20 cases 7200 of eggs A detective accompanied iyn outside the station house There was a huge tractortrailer Jerilyn hopped behind the whee and deftly backed the vehicle into a narrow space between two oth er large trailers in the Washing ton Market area Her father stood f and beamed Said Jerilyn We take turns Daddy and I each driving four hours at a stretch Jerilyn is the youngest of five brothers She didnt argue when her fa ther told newsmen Shes smarter than most girls except when it comes to boys 11 Well fight if necessary Draft Cuban warning danced or went to a party Detectives are looking for Jeri lyns missing eggs N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ag official restored WASHINGTON Secretary of Agriculture Orville L Freeman announced that a department of ficial demoted in connection with the Billie Sol Estes grain storage operations has been restored to his post Carl J Miller a career employe of 25 years was reinstated as chief of the U S Warehouse Act branch of the departments marketing service after being cleared of any part in the Estes scandal Ike hits campaign trail INDIANAPOLIS Ind Former President Eis enhower hit the campaign trail for an old friend and beamed It gives me a bang to get back into the po litical harness Eisenhower flew to Indiana for a giant picnic in the home town of his old political ally House minority leader Charles Halleck Pleads for U N bonds Thomas E Morgan of the House Foreign Affairs committee said the United Nations will foave to pull its peacekeeping was ueieaieo m me inais out of the Congo unless it gets a substantial In is typical of the noblesse of loan in the next few weeks The Pennsylvania Demo nMinr crat issued the warning as the House opened debate 1 i Yr f on President Kennedys proposal to authorize the U S purchase of million worth of U N bonds Russ still use BERLIN armored cars drove into West ain to change the guard at the Red war despite pressure from the Western Allies for a switch to buses To probe new radiation CAPE CANAVERAL The United States will launch an Explorertype satellite later this year to probe the manmade radiation belt resulting from a U S highaltitude nuclear test J F K to amplify stand ROM DUE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Senate Re publican leaders changed sig nals Thursday and agreed to eparate handling of a proposed declaration warning that the United States is willing to fight over Cuba if necessary The Republicans originally had planned to try to attach the declaration to President Ken nedys reserve mobilization bill They altered their strategy af er Democratic leaders indi cated they would go along with such a declaration if handled separately Democrats argued that it would be misleading to tack the Cuban statement on to Ken nedys request for standby au thority to summon up to 150000 combatready military reserv sts They said the President pre sumably would call up the re serves only if they were needed n more critical tinderbox areas such as Berlin or Southeast Asia The Senate then moved right ahead5 to pass the reserve mobilization bill760 The bill gives Kennedy permission to call up the troops if needed be tween how and next Feb 28 covering any period that Con gress session Senate w Democratic leade eld told reporter a authorizing tti President to use force as h sees fit is all He addec however that weve got to bi very careful in the use of Ian guageV Democratic whip Hubert H Humphrey told newsmen tha Kennedy would have a state ment on the Republican Cuban proposal at his 4 pm news onference The Minnesota Democrat said there would be no ambiguity about the state ment He said that he like Mans ield normally prefers to see he Cuban proposals referred to ommittee for separate consid ration But he added If any resolution is adopted t willbe something written am adopted on the floor There most likely will be a resolution Dut it will be bipartisan and in troduced by the Democrats Humphrey cautioned Hepub icans against trying to make po atical campaign use of an issue If anyone wants to talk aboul uba he s a i d Id remind hem that Cuba slipped into the hands of Castro and the Com munists in 1958 Its not a good party issue for Sen Bush RConn author of one of the proposed GOP resolutions calling on Ken nedy to inforce the Monroe Doc trine denied that we are doing it for political purposes I do not believe this is an is sue where partisan politics has any play at all Bush told the Senate He said such an expression would fortify the President and that this was the only GOP aim Find remains of four soldiers from 1916 TRENT Italy LftRemains of tour Austrian soldiers killed in World War Iencased in ice and snow for 46 years were recov ered Wednesday on a 10700foot mountain in the Adamello Range The same mountain yielded the remains of two other Austrian soldiers last week NEW HOOD ORNAMENT George Janner Hutchinson Kan and this 39 inchlong bull snake eye each other aft er the reptile attached itself to Janners truck It refused to give up its new found home Finally it succumbed in a Photofax cloud of bug dust applied by an ex terminator Last week another snake crawled up the arm of a lawnchair at Htitchinson and almost into the lap of a woman sitting in the chair beforeshe saw it and ran Shes in for surprises PARIS Phillip didnt care Thursday that thou sahds of strangers knew his secret What mattered was that for the few hours that counted his wife of 20 years didnt know In Paris a surprise wedding anniversary dinner at night await ed 42yearold Phyllis who was led by turns to believe SAME DATE1H1437 North Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday night and Friday Lowest Thursday night middle 50s northwest part of zone to lower 60s southeast part Highest Fri day upper 70s to lower 80s Iowa1 Partly cloudy through Friday Scattered showers and thunderstorms east Thursday night Cooler over state Thurs day night and east and ex treme south Friday Low Thursday night 50s northwest to 6065 extreme southeast High Friday 7580 northwest to 8085 southeast Outlook for Saturday cloudy and mild with showers northwest Minnesota Variable cloudiness cooler Highs Friday 7078 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 88 Minimum 64 105 arrests in big gambling raid WASHINGTON men barged in on gambling spots across the nation in a series of raids Wednesday that brought 105 arrests The 18state drive against gam blers charged with failing to buy federal tax stamps was the eighth in two years by federal tax agents They raided gambling spots in 50 cities seizing automobiles slot machines pinball devices and in cash On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 87 Sports 1314 Clear LakeNews 15 Latest Markets U Mason City News 1617 North Iowa News18 Comics 21 theyd share it fh New York then Reykjavik then Luxembourg Wallace Phillips a printer for the Findlay Ohio Republican Courier likes to surprise his wife He told her they would fly to New York for their anniversary then quietly arranged an overseas trip The couple left their two chil dren Michael 16 and Monday 12 with relatives in Ohio and flew o New York Wednesday At New Yorks Idlewild Airport Phillips toldhis wife he had decided in stead to dine her in Reykjavik New York newsmen in on his plans cooperated in keeping his secret from Mrs Phillips On theplane to Iceland as they nibbled at a surprise anniversary cake he would tell her theyd continue on to Luxembourg Once here Thursday afternoon they would take a fivehour train ride to Paris In Paris they would have their anniversary dinner and his wife would have a new dress another surprise Phillips explained to newsmen how he arranged all details of the trip without causing her to suspect t He got her to sign a passport under a pretext got the identifica tion photograph under the guise of a birthday gift for their daugh ter and persuaded Phyllis to get inoculated because of smallpox scares in the news He even took herto a neighboring town for a hairdo so thered be no chance of beauty parlor gossips revealing his secret Shes been a darned good wife said Phillips and shes always helped me out I like to keep her more or less guessing I think she enjoys things that way enjoyment out of it so I dont ask him any questions I think his is a good wayto be in mar It works out for us Tropical storm to become hurricane MIAMI UPI Tropical storm Celia wound up 70 mile anhour winds out over the Caribbean Thursday and a hur ricane watch was ordered for the Leeward Islands Forecast ers said the third tropical storm of the season should reach huri ricane force soon The storms center is about 1850 miles east southeast of Miami MASS SLAYING LAKE YAMANAKA Japan W Firemen found the bodies of 10 persons with crushed skulls Thursday in the smoking ruins a partly burned mountain jvilla at this famed vacation spot 100 miles from Tokyo One police official said the dead all adults appeared to have been victims ofa mass slaying Reporters at Idlewildt inter viewed Mrs Phillips separately saying they wanted a story foi the RepublicanCourier She said like surprises We bothlike the same things He gets so much Georgia vote to Sanders ATLANTA Carl E San ders a bold young man who en tered the racelast April while veteran politicians scoffed has wen the Georgia by derailing the comeback drive of an old political warhorse for mer Gov Marvin Griffin The 37yearold state senator making his first bid on a state wide basis called it a great vic tory not for himself but for the people of Georgia Sanders had 360095 votes and Griffin 208507 in returns from 1213 of the 1826 precincts in Wednesdays Democratic primary Three other candidates drew a smattering of votes This was the first popular vote primary in Georgia in 54 years Federal courts earlier this year knocked down the staters county unit system which concentrated political power in rural areas 3riffin 55 who campaigned on the racial issue with promises to stem the tide of integration is sued no statement of concession Nomination means election as the Republicans have no candi date Sanders loo is a segregationist but throughout the campaign he said hewould never permit tur moil and disorders taking a stand similar to that of Gov Er nest Vandiver The governor in eligible to succeed himself has charged that inflammatory statements made by some during the campaign were the cause of Negro church burnings and other recent racial incidents The primary returned US Sen lerman Talmadge and Rep Carl Vinson to Congress rThey were easy winners over token opposi ion DfVIAJED WfLl LfASi NOtMAL weu UNI HOW A DEVIATED WELL IS shows the slanted direction of a deviated oil well a practice that has set off a new scandal in Texas A deviated well is drilled so it will bottom under an other oilmans lease Thus the slant well owner can steal his neighbors oil Hot scandal Slanted holes in the ground By FINIS MOTHERSHEAD DALLAS Tex Bill James sat in the sweatbox of a courtroom He looked worried but somehow he didnt seem to Share the gloom of the others there There was a somberly intent expression in Whipstock Bills face weathered by 45 years in the blistering sun the rain and the cold of the oil fields His main con cern appeared to be in terms a lay man could to sink a particular kind of oil well Bill driller hired to thrust holes in the ground at a slant The frequent application of his skilled hands and others who know his trade set off one of the new great scandals in Texas It involves more people than tht Billie Sol Estes affair did It is called slanthole drilling or crooked well drilling or devi ated drilling A crooked well is drilled so it will bottom under another oil mans lease Thus the slant well owner can steal his neighbors oil Authorities claim oil worth million a year is stolen this way The state says it has found more than 125 illegally drilled wells Sixty four were junked by   

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