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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Her dead husband returns Shes stunned and frightened AKRON Ohio AP It has been more than a week since Mrs Mary Lou Bader felt the shock of learning that her hus band declared dead several years ago has been living an other life under another name in Omaha 1 havent been able to think clearly since then the attrac tive blonde mother of four said in the only interview she has granted since hearing the news It was shock to it was something unreal sort of like a numbness said Mrs Bader The copyrighted inle r v i e w published Sunday by the Akron Beacon Journal quoted Mrs Bader as saying she had never doubted that her husband wa dead and knew of no reason why he would voluntarily disappear I had to accept the fact tha he was dead that was th only conclusion that 1 eve came to Her first reaction on learnin that John F Fritz Johnson an Omaha sportscaster was th missing Larry Bader I was very stunned and frightened at first then decided it couldnt be true It was the fingerprints that convinced her that Johnson am Bader were the same man Bader disappeared and was presumed drowned in a boating accident on Lake Erie May 15 1957 Mrs Bader now 38 col lected in insurance Four days after the accident Bader or Johnson turned up in Omaha and started a new life He insists he has no recollection of a life as Larry Bader He is in a hospital now undergoing tests No difference between a GOP and a Demo bellyache i n dfnff 19 niircPC By WILLIAM f ARBOGAST WASHINGTON AP To Dr George W Calver theres no difference between a Repub lican bellyache and a Demo cratic bellyache He has been treating both for 36 years as Congress family doctor a practice that is grow ing by leaps md bounds be cause he says Democrats and Republicans alike either wont or dont relax enough Last year Calvers Capitol Hill office handled about 45000 cases of aches pains and as sorted ailments This year he thinks the figure will be closer to 50000 As the attending physician to Congress Calver is on the Hill at all limes when Congress is in session Besides senators and representatives his patient load includes congressional officials and employes reporters and tourists Now 77 and weil past retire ment age Calver has no plan to quit He is a picture of health I follow my own advice he said in an interview I exercise regularly take a good walk ev ery day work in my garden and fool around in my workshop I have no intention of becom ing a victim of nervous ten sion Then he explained Nervous tension is the major occupation Dr Calver gets em all al hazard of Congress Senators and representatives are exposed to too much eating too much talking too much writing and too many pressures from their constituents They either wont or dont relax enough If theyd devote 5 per cent of their time to keeping well they wouldnt have to spend 100 per cent of it getting over being sick Calver went to work for Con gress in 1928 His post was created after three members collapsed in a single month The Navy actually assigned Calver then a lieutenant commander to a threeyear tour on the Hill The idea was to rotate the as signment but Congress liked him and passed a law prevent ing his reassignment He is a rear admiral and is paid about a year plus an additional from Congress Calver has two automobiles assigned lo him one by the Navy and one by Congress He has a staff of 12 nurses two assistants and several med ical corpsmen who handle most of the routine complaints They are scattered at posts in most Capitol Hill buildings Caiver handles most of the congressional complaints Calver wont discuss individ ual cases His professional mot to is spelled out in a sign in his office No talkee no tellee no catchee hellee CALVER The newspap er that makes a 11 North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY IS 1965 UUc Paper Consists ot Two One Associated Press Full Lease Wires No 6 Sales of drugs limited Nat Cole 45 smokyvoiced singer is dead SANTA MONICA Calif UP Nat King Cole whose smoky voice made him one of popular music Mrs Bader decliri an opinion on her He wag 45 claim of amnesia Death came to the famed Nc 1 think we will have to wait musician at St Johns hos until hes been examined tal thoroughly she said I dont really understand the whole had a cancerous lung tumor removed Jan 25 Mrs Badcr id she is not He had been to protect her children The Elmer Rigby children are her primary conlsineer had a lung in this matter she that Bader or Johnson has said hectors id his wants to remain with his Omaha gagementsfoi wife Nancy He and Nancy have can led two children At first wag thoughl he wa Mrs Bader she might recovering well but a spokes have a slight understanding man at St Johns Hospital sal of Mrs Johnsons plight She his condition took a sharp Un said she had a good life with f0r the worse last week Recount tactics are hit Gross claims public mislead NAT KING COLE WASHINGTON AP H R Gross RIowa contended Monday that Stephen M Peter son has tried to mislead the pub ic in connection with their elec ion contest Peterson Waterloo Democrat is contesting Gross reelection to Congress last November The Iowa Canvassing Board de clared Gross the winner by a margin of 419 votes Gross said in a statement that Iowa newspapers have quoted Peterson and his attorn to the effect that a recount of votes is automatic and that they have the legal right to inspect all voting machines and ballots This is incredible Gross said and in making such statements I can only assume that Peterson and his attorney have absolutely no knowledge of election contest laws and proce The first hint on Coles havVniade him want lo leave jcame when I It was a happy marriage compiaining of sllc saicl respiratory ailment The grav What happens next is not cerLy of nis became mor lain Mrs Badcr a Roman Cathapparent when lie was unable nlic has been studying at Akron to star in thc first mjj Univcrsity to get a degree she can teach Music Center on Dec 11 and was replaced by Frank Sinatra Cole is survived by his widow durcs or that they arc deliber ately trying to mislead the pub lie Maria daughters Carol 19 Natalie 14 and twins Casey 3 I y 4 1000 march in Alabama No violence SELMA Ala W Nearly 1 000 Negroes converged on the Dallas County Courthouse Mon day in a final pretest of slow voter registration and the two played his first pro il dates with a 14piecc I orchestra that earned a total of SI50 a night Criticis and CAVE EXPLORERS TOMB Rescuers who tried to save the life of a trapped cave explorer are pulled from the opening of a limestone cavern near Dolgeville NY James Mitchell 23 Winthrop Mass AP Photofax was found dead dangling on a rope where he had be come trapped in a 75foot pit Two companions es caped from the cave fans loved him a recount Gross noted As anyone with the slightes knowledge of election contes and Timolin 3 and his is aware only the Hous son Nat Kelly 5 Representatives on recoir mendation of its House Admin istration Committee has the au thority to decide if there will be that Chairman Robert T Ashmore DSC pfi the units elections subcommit tee has instructed the IB county auditors in thc 3rd Iowa District to preserve intact and until fur ther notice all ballots and vot ing machines and other election U i 1 i v i f Body ot explorer is found Restrict inhalers pep pills Prescriptions to be required WASHINGTON W Nasal methamphetamine inhalers were lordered restricted to sale by prescription only Monday be cause more and more people are using the congestion relieving ingredients as a stimulant for kicks The Food and Drug Adminis tration look the action in line with similar crackdowns on abusive nonprescription use of another stimulate amphetamine and amphetamine tab lets known as pep pills The new restriction was made effective with publication of a policy statement in the Federal Register Feb 10 FDA Commissioner George P Larrick said his agency received reports of 153 cases last year in volving extraction of metham jphetamine from the inhaler wick jand using it for kicks The re ports he said came from Colorado Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Kansas Missouri Nebraska 0 k 1 a h oma and rfexas The 153 cases the commis sioner said compare with 54 in 1963 and responded wildly to Coles warm smoky voice and nat jinal inimitable style in per sonal appearances Critics called his voice husky hoarse leaders on opposite their stands sides took and furry Whatever was his fans loved it and Coles recordings of Mona Lisa Ballerina Nature Boy Unforgettable Too Young and Christmas Song ultimately raised his average annual income lo half a million paraphernalia for any possible use by the subcommittee May take 2 days to bring it to surface DOLGEVILLE NY State Police Capt John Miller who announced the twoday esti mate said it had been decided to break through the roof of the cave with machines rather than dynamite or make further at tempts to pull the body out I The stream coursing through ithe cave led In discovery of the Batter about 25 years ago be Workmen surveying the desolate the water vanished after nit u m u scene where cave explorer runnjng above ground James Mitchell met an icy Surely Peterson and his atdeath estimated Monday that Mitchell Hedy Mllr torney are aware of Congressrecovery of the body from T d ULUilUll Dr Martin Luther King Jr i Colcs rjsc to thc pinnacle o leading the demonstrators stood ss had jn jt hc clcmcnts Of on the outside of the courthouse Hnllvwood movie Thc MARY LOU BADER looking in And Sheriff James G Clark watched from a window in hisi office Both left sick beds as lie Ne groes called for a final massive to demonstrate their dis a bad Hollywood movie The rass to riches obscurity to fame plot But il was true Born March 17 1919 in Ala bama to a Baptist preacher and musicallyinclined mother Nathaniel Adams Coles was his Inside The Globe latentwith the pace of voter registration About 100 Negroes lined up Baptist Church CHARITY BALL for pilal at Charles City Page fi early to register and were be ing processed While they stood in line other demonstrators met at a church and walked to the man Ashmores instructions that the voting machines rcj main locked and the paper bal lots be preserved inviolate fori it was they who requested he is sue such an order Gross sail Now we find that Peterson nd his attorney seek to conduct n unsupervised recount of thc votes in violation of the very nstructions they requested Gross said that in previous election contests the subcommil ee has ruled that before there can be a recount the contestant The march was orderly When the marchers reached the court RELOCATION of Highway house Sheriffs Deputy L C 18 through Charles City Crocker met Km lUrt all with map Page 8 S and told him Young Nat took to music ear ly picking out Yes We Have No Bananas on the church pia no at the age of 4 As he grew jolder he played the piano and rgan for church services Cole came to Long Beach Calif in 1937 with a dying re vue Shuffle Along He was Ihe wanted all entrances kept clear Editorials 4 King ami thc demonstrators Society news 547 complied They stood in a line North Iowa News Stalking quietly Sports news MO Kin6 callcd il a Bowling page Jhc Latest markets Mason City rtews Comics Clear Lake Transit timetable Classified 12 pace of voter registration stil 1213 is too slow 5 The Nobel Peace Prix JAMES MITCHELL Icy death in a cave IS ami decided to stay in Cali fornia He dropped the final s rom his name and began tic ivories in dives for a must fully proceed with the tak ing of evidence and that a re count later could be ordered by the House on committee rec ommendation in precincts where official returns were im pugned by such evidence To date Peterson and his attorney have failed to produce any evidence Gross said 22 a itsBoston Mass nurse and Charles Bennett 21 a Harvard graduate student had squirmed through thc passageway Satur day to reach the crater and the underground stream Miss Miller and Bennett then helped lower Mitchell inlo the pit A nylon cord was anchored i to a tripod and thc other end was fastened to Mitchells chest harness i The underground stream takcfeeds into thc crater Mitchell vvho weighs 185 pounds was The 23yearold chemist from soakcci ny tjmc ne reached Winthrop Mass b c c a m c the base of thc crater He fal trapped Saturday in an Adironitcrcd on the handovcrhancli dack labyrinth callcd Schrocdascent crs Cave near here and about Miss Miller said We didnt 25 miles cast of Utica At firsthave the strength to pull him cavernous grave would about two days he hung under a waterfall but his body later was lowered Two companions escaped CAVE DEATH Continued on Page 2 Photofax KEPT WATCH FOR EXPLORER Miss Hedy Miller Boston nurse and companion of trapped cave explorer James Mitchell was taken disheveled and in tears to a hospital from the cave at Dolgeville where she had kept a vigil for her trapped companion U17 North Iowa Weather outlook Clearing and cokter Mon day night lowt B to S above Tuesday mostly fair not much In hfehs n Weather On 2 night or less It was in such a dive that a soggy barfly one night jammed a paper crown on the young pi anists head and burbled Look King Cole The nick name stuck and Nat King Cole was on his way I Late in 1937 Cole organized the King Coie Swingstcrs with Nat at the piano Oscar land exhaustion Moore on guitar and Wesley Clark left a hospital to direct Princc on string bass Jazz afi Ihis deputies during the demoncionados fcn or the trio but After church Car lurches and 3 are killed llwinner left his sick bed in At lanta and flew to Selma for the demonstration He went to bed Saturday for treatment of a cold stration The 43yearold sheriff had gone lo the hospital Friday suf fering from chest pains His of fice said he was worn out This was billed as the final demonstration iu thc Selma voter campaign some complained of their lack of a vocalist until one night al Los Angeles Swanee Inn when another elbow bender gave NAT COLE Continued on Page 2 PAUL SANTORO YEADON Pa AP Thc 9 am Sunday Mass for children at the St Louis Roman Catholic Church had just ended Anthony E Munro and PaufSantoro 8ycarold pupils at the parishs parochial school were chatting with friends as they left Ihe church Antoinette Mangione 57 of Yeadon was among a group of adults entering for the next Mass at 10 am Peter McGinnity 60 a real estate man drove into the church parking lot He let two elderly rela tives out and reached over lo close a door The car shot out of control and rammed a group of parishioners against a church wall Anthony and Paul were dead by the time they reached Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital in nearby Darby Mrs Mangione died Sunday night of head internal and leg injuries Four others including McGinnity ami two other boys were injured Ignatius OBrien Ycadon police captain said that McGinnity apparently depressed the accelerator or moved the gearshift lever when he reached over to shut the door McGinnity was treated at Mercy Fitzgerald Hos pital in Darby for face and shoulder cuts and shock He was held under bail on a charge of in voluntary manslaughter Larrick noted that removing such items from the nonpres cription list is not a surefire way of stopping misuse He said despite the ban imposed in 1950 against selling amphetamine tablets without a prescription there is a widespread bootleg traffic in them Authorities from small towns to Capitol Hill also have ex pressed concern at the growing number of reports of goofball parties pillandbooze parties and a racketinfested under world traffic in depressant and stimulant drugs Congress is now studying pro posals to crack down on illicit sales and some members have questioned whether the FDA has made full use of the powers it already has Barbiturates and ampheta mines cited as the chief trouble makers are specifically cited in a bill before the House Intcr state Commerce Committee aimed at curbing the bootleg ging of such drugs Sen Thomas J Dodd D Conn chairman of the Senate Juvenile Delinquency Subcom mittee is the author of a sim ilar Senate bill He cites these reports to his subcommittee as evidence of Ihe growth of the goofball prob lem From Californias attorney general a 75 per cent increase in dangerous drug arrests from 1960 to 1963 From the Illinois Division of Narcotic Control a 100 per cent increase in dangerous drug cases from 1960 to the present From Baltimore a 60 per cent increase for 1964 over 1963 From the New York City police a 131 per cent increase in barbiturate arrests and 239 per cent increase in ampheta mine arrests ANTHONY MUNRO SAME   

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