Holland Evening Sentinel, November 22, 1963, Page 11

Holland Evening Sentinel

November 22, 1963

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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan PAGE SIX THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 Red Tape Delays Case Of Good Thief LANSING Gun- sell's chances of getting out of Southern Michigan Prison were tied up in red tape today des- pite Gov. George Romney's plea the case of the 43-year-old "good thief" be handled speed- ily. Gunsell. who escaped from a Michigan prison camp 10 years ago. married and settled down in Denver for a law-abiding life as George King, has been back in prison since Tuesday. Romney has asked the State Parole Board to handle Gunsell's case a? quickly as possible but State Corrections Director Gus Harrison said Thursday further action will have to wait the re- turn of official records on the man from Denver. "We will move on it as quick- ly as possible." Harrison said. Under normal procedure Gun- sell could be prosecuted for a prison escape and wind up serv- ing two extra years on his ori _____________ MORE THAN A PARKA ...ITS PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT! ginal 14-15 year term for break- ing and entering in the night- time. Harrison said, "there have been a few such escape cases which have been handled in an extraordinary manner because of the convict's record of good conduct and self rehabilitation while he was at large, but these are rare cases. "We are not going to proceed in the dark on this case. We've got to wait for the official re- port from Colorado concerning his activities and conduct during the 10 years he was Har- rison said. If Gunsell is not deprived of 1 his time off for good behavior before escaping and is not pro- secuted for escape he would be j eligible for immediate parole, corrections officials said. Even if he was denied parole i he would be eligible for release from prison within six months, Harrison said. Gunsell. who married a widow with three children before mov- ing to Colorado, could come to the immediate attention of the board if he applies for commuta- tion of his sentence by the gov- ernor. The board would then hold a public hearing and make its re- commendation to Romney, Har- rison said. Colorado Gov. John Love wrote Romney pleading for mercy in the case and his em- ployer said he would give Gun- sell his job back if he is paroled. Gunsell escaped 11 days after ______ i the parole board refused him a i in {934" The level was 39 inches parole in 1953. He would have below, tne au_tjme high for Nov- been eligible four months later ember reported in 1954 and 6 for complete discharge from pri- jnches below last month, son. _______________ Recreation Project Funds Go To State ____.___________ OTI pVifirimrniv vdonment in 17 PROCESSES DEER Jerome Walters, a meat- cutter for the Zeeland Locker Co., 3 East Main St.. inspects one of 100 deer brought to the firm last weekend for processing. The company esti- mates it will process 200 deer this season, about the same number as last year. After the deer are skinned, Walters, of Lee St., Zeeland. will be able to butcher between 25 and 30 deer a day. Zeeland Locker Co. also processes elk, moose and goats and last year had five bears. MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) The Department of the Interior an- nounced today that federal funds amounting to nearly three-quarters of a million dol- lars have been approved for use on 10 outdoor recreation improvement projects in Mich- igan. The projects will be carried out in counties where unernp- ployment has been a problem. Funds will come from a supple- mental accelerated public works program approved ear- lier by Congress. Federal funds will be matched by money from the Michigan Department of Conservation. Projects and the federal funds allocated include: access site de- velopment in 23 counties, 900. of new lakes, spawning areas, stream im- provement, fish population con- trols, etc., in 28 counties, 000. habitat manipula- tion in 41 counties, Management projects in 17 counties, headquarters service buildings in Lake, Baraga and Lapeer counties, addition to a Depart- ment of Conservation building on Beaver Island in Charlevoix County, campground de- velopment in losco and School- craft counties, and fisherman velopment in 17 counties, 000. The work projects will be planned and supervised by the t _ 'Vvf Michigan Department of Con- ac-1 servation. vwith the personal touch IMPRINTED CHOOSE FROM 50 ALBUMS BOXED OR INDIVIDUAL One of the largest selection in West Michigan Cords by Hallmark or Gibson WtfTlRN MICHIOAN'S 6RBITINO CARD HEADQUARTERS NEXT TO PENNEY'S was 14 inches below last Nov. 22 and only 6 inches above the all-time low for November set Lake Levels Down From Last Year DETROIT (UPI) The levels of the Great Lakes are one to 14 inches below levels reported this same date a year ago. Duluth Seaman Dies in Mishap MILWAUKEE Dul- juth, Minn., seaman died Thurs-' two years ago is not enough to day after the skiff he was using i try them for murder. Oakland 'to'clean the water line of the i County officials said Thursday. The law requires that a body I said her statement coincided with that of her husband. I "At this point, we could not convict the man in court." the prosecutor explained. "And if we took him to court now, we couldn't charge him again later because that would be double PONTIAC admis- jeopardy." sion bv a Waterford Township! Police said the couple has three children and is expecting Need Body Before Case Can Be Tried couple that they drowned their j i newborn child and buried it in j the Pontiac City dump nearly j spring. Senate Sit-Down Charged by Solon against major Kennedy legisla- tion left the targets of his at- tack unruffled today. Senate GOP Leader Everett I M. Dirksen, 111., said he I thought the Pennsylvania Dem- ocrat's attack on key commit- tee chairmen and other sena- tors was "sheer futility at this j season." Dirksen said Clark's moves to force the tax cut, civil rights i and State Department appro- priations bills from Senate com- mittees "haven't got the chance I of a snowball in you-know- j where." on a U. S. Lake showed today. Below average rainfalls the last few years was blamed for the drop in the level of the lakes. The report on each of the' Great Lakes was issued by the LT.S. Army Engineer District, Lake Survey, because of the in- tanker Amoco overturned in Lake Michigan off the Milwau-1 kee Harbor. Coast Guardsmen be found before a person can for murder and even WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Joseph S. Clark's new charge Survey report the body of Emil L. Sunquist, j Workers dug to a depth of 20! 63. The Milwaukee County Medi-! feet in the spot where the father. cal examiner's office said a post i an unemployed factory worker. Falconry, like archery, goes far back into antiquity. Chinese i then'the cause'of death must be I that the "Senate establishment" j appear to have, practiced the is staging a sit-down strike sport some 2.000 years ago. recovered j established. mortem would be held today and added Sundquist either said he had buried the infant. Thev were unable to find any could have drowned or died of j trace of the child. The wife said the killing took place Dec. 19. 1961. The case came to light after a heart attack. Another man on Mohamid Sherian. the skiff. Dearborn. Mich., also was thrown into the his wife had him put in jail for terest generated by the current i lake but saved himself by grab- j 10 days for non support and disputes over the taking of water from the lakes. A similar report will be made each Friday. bing onto a piling. A. Kuhnle to Address OPtRATION Deep freeze Lake Erie was down 14 inches from the level recorded on Nov. i Inter-Class Fellowship 22. 1962, and 11 inches above the all-time low corded in for November, re- 1934. The level Al Kuhnle will speak at the then in an angry burst told police the whole story. A lie detector test confirmed the slaying and the father even made a" formal statement admit- ting the crime. Oakland County Prosecutor 44AYER INSULATED PARKAS BY OUOFOU) In than of an inch of thick- ness you get 3 insulating air spaces and 4 layers of fabric. You stay worm-dry outdoors because sweat evaporates away from your body wrrh no chill. Styled by the pros for pros and amateur alike. Sizes L In great, new colors. 519.95 to S24.00 of 568.58 inches above sea level was 39 inches below the all time November level set in 1861. The Lake Erie level was 6 inches below last month, part of 10 a.m. worship service at the j George F. Taylor said there was TTT.I _. n