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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for Uw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXI AMOcUted fnu and United Preu FuU Seven Ontj a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 29 Paper o Two 41 McCarthy In Offer to End Arguments by Late Wednesday WASHINGTON Sen McCarthy proposed Monday that tb Senate end its censure debate at 5 p m CST Wednesday He saic he was prepared for whatever the Senate might do In the interest of the overall national welfare I suggest that m good can be achieved by continuing this McCarthy told hi colleagues He said he had decided on the speech while he was in the Naval Hospital at Bethesda Md for treatment of an injured elbow For ll days the Senates spe cial session had been in recess while McCarthy was in the hos pital Soon after the Senate recon vened Monday McCarthy his arm in a sling took the floor for his dramatic proposal that the whole One Mens I A Rtdio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor Keep Your Eye on West Florida have one more name to add to my list For several years Ive been observing that I never heard a resident of Texas of San Fran cisco or Denver speak ill of his state or city To these three I mus add Florida specifically West Florida the section about Tampa St Petersburg Braden ton Sarasota and extending inland to Clearwater Lakeland and Lake Wales I am just home from a week spent in that area My pretext for the jaunt was a conference of As sociated Press Managing Editors in Tampa But from this time for ward Im not going to need any pretext Thats my way of saying that I really like the Gulf Coast of Florida In this visit with you I coulc most of my time or all 01 my time telling about the AP meetings featured by such famous sportisi authorities as Al 1opez o the Cleveland Indians Dr Forrest Phog Allen Kansas cage coach and Ed Moose Krause Notre Dame University Athletic Director Strong for Florida Maybe 1 should do that to justify my expense account But my very great preference is to report or what I SAW rather than on what HEARD Ill be spending most oi my time talking about Florida and by the time I end up you may even suspect that Im in the em ploy of the Tourist Commission of that semitropical state And when you speakof tourists you arespeaking of Floridas most lucrative and I suspect largest business While theres a surpris ing amount of industry and agri culture citrus fruits in par ticular the foundation of the Florida economy is catering to the winter visitor from Yankeeland From the time I stepped off my plane one Sunday forenoon until the time I boarded my plane the following Sunday for my return flight I found myself making com parisons I was setting Gulf Coast Florida down alongside Miami and the which I had visited several tinies I was also weigh ing Florida against California Main piffertnctt The most notable difference be tween West Florida and California I concluded were these 1 Florida is likely to be much balmier than her rival state on the Pacific Coast Certainly Ive never seen any California winter weather as warm as last week was in the area about Tampa I should add however in fairness that the Floridans themselves con aidered it unseasonably 2 If youre looking for moun tains or even rugged terrain you wont find em in Florida When I atood alongside the Bok Singing Tower at Lake Wales I was stand ing on the highest point in all of Florida It was feet above sea Iowa nor nor any state in the Upper Missis lippi Valley I might any spot as low as Floridas highest bill Guff Ceatt Lacs Swank The most notable differences be tween Gulf Coast Florida and At lantic Coast Florida seem to me to have been wrought by man rather than nature The physical aspects of the two areas struck me as being quite similar except for the much greater total of arable land in the Gulf ares These manmade differences to which Ive made reference strike me as stemming from this one central fact Whereas the East Coast Florida typified by Miami and Palm Beach has entered to the swank tourist trade people with fat purses and Gulf C o a t Florida typified V 81 Petersburg and Sarasota have made their appeal to thorn lew heavily weighed down with woridy I wade myself clear on this print What fm trying to say is Miamis is for the very tCWmnVfO FAM t matter be wound up quickly I am prepared for whatever action the Senate may take on this resolution of he said My colleagues I hope realize the tions and tremendous implica recognize their re sponsibility to the future For my part my efforts to expose Com munist infiltration in government will continue regardless of the outcome of the censure Quick Approval McCarthys proposal to start voting Wednesday won quick ex pressions of approval from Sen Knowland the Republican leader Sen Lyndon Johnson the Democratic leader and Sen Jenner a leader of the proMcCarthy forces However there was no immedi ate decision Knowland suggested that the question be put off until later in the afternoon Unanimous consent of all sena tors would be required to halt the debate and vote as McCarthy suggested McCarthy told the Senate that what he was saying was not to be taken as a compromise on his part and he said he was making 10 apologies for the viewpoints he has held But he said the charges againsi him boil down simply to have used discourte ous and offensive that have injured the sensibilities of some of my I admit that at tinies I have jeen extremely blunt in expressing my he continued I do not claim to be a master of words This being true I say to those who feel they have been offended Jjat I had no intention in the words hat were used of hurting the feel ings of in the facts and opinions that I held I am un changed Doesnt Like my colleagues I am not without weaknesses I like they make mistakes and however I may strive otherwise I suppose I shall make others in the future I yield to none of my colleagues lowever in my ideals my princi ples my integrity or my prayerful devotion to this great nation I am irivileged to try to serve I am distressed that for 10 months the attention of the Senate has been too greatly monopolized by the clamor and controversy over one senator Joe A new count against McCarthy accusing him of maligning the ipecial Senate Censure Committee had been prepared by Sen Bennett v Doctor Testifies Sheppard Did Have Some Injuries CLEVELAND UK A physician estified Monday Dr Samuel H Sheppard had injuries on his mouth face forehead and ribs when he examined him the day Sheppards wife Marilyn was slain last July 4 But as to the possibility Dr Sheppard suffered a spinal injury the witness said I just couldnt make a diagnosis of a spinal cord Sheppards abdominal reflexes also were impaired said the wit ness Dr Richard Hexter a West Side physician He took the stand Monday as a prosecution witness against the Bay Village osteopath who is charged with first degree murder in his wifes death lowon Found Deod by New Mexico Lake TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES New Sharon man was fond dead in shallow water at the edge of Caballo Lake Sun lay after he had become separated rom a dockbunting companion Police said Ben Wilson 74 ap parently suffered a heart attack while wading in the shallow water near shone A coroners jury ruled AP Wire photo BACK TO WORK Waving the fingers of his injured arm Sen Joseph McCarthy Monday re ported back to the capitol cen suring hearing room after a weeks hospitalization He left Bethesda Naval Hospital Sunday after getting treatment for the arm received on a Wisconsin speaking tour Adenauer Satisfied With Vote FRANKFURT Germany Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer said Monday he is satisfied the results in two important state elections Sunday mean voters support his policy of rearming Germany on the side of the West He said in a statement that the vote was a reconfirmation of the correctness of his foreign policy but used only the word satisfac tory to give his reaction The chancellors Christian Democratic Union CDU lost ground in Sundays veting on both the states of Bavaria and Hesse but held control of the Bavarian state government This insured the Adenauer re gimes retention qf its twothirds majority in the upper house of the Federal Parliament Bundes rat whose members are named by the state governments The votmg outcome also raised the possibility that a coalition dominated by the Christian Dem ocrats could supplant the Social ist government in Hesse This would give the federal regime 30 of the 38 Bundesrat seats in stead of the 26 they now hold To ward off any Socialist chal lenge in the courts Adenauer wants a twothirds endorsement in both houses of the Parliament for the Paris agreements to raise half a million German troops un der the banner of the North At lantic Alliance The election outcome rein forced the chancellors determi nation to push through the ratifi cation vote early next year All About y The Weather Mi ton City Fair and cold Iowa Cloudy and cold tot Continued cold Globe Gazette J weatherdata up to 8 Mon day Maximum 30 Minimum 18 At 8 18 Precip 1 YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 20 Lay Down Five Steps That Could Bring Parley West Rejects Russ Plan Five Perish in State Accidents Five Others Are Injured BIT tilt United trti At least five persons died in Iowa last weekend as the result of acci dents Three were killed in traffic accidents and two were killed in falls Wesley A Smith 22 Davenport was killed early Sunday when his car missed a curve and smashe into an embankment on a country road two miles northeast of Daven port Allen 19 Davenport a passenger in the car was criti cally injured Reed Phillips Scott County coro ner said an inquest will be held when Bentler is able to testify Joseph Barton 28 Cedar Rapids was killed Saturday when his car collided with another one at the crest of a hill on a county road six miles west tf Iowa City Throo Injurod John Donahue 53 Co s grove driver of the other car his daugh ter Shirley 21 and Robert Mc Guire a passenger in Bartons car were hospitalized Mrs Eugene R Zerba 64 Au rora was killed Saturday in a two car collision on U S 20 five miles east of Independence said Mrs Zerbas hus band was turning on to a county road when his car collided nearly headon with one driven by Robert Bell 31 Rapid City S who siif fered minor injuries Earl Kirkpatrick 48 was killed early Sunday when he apparently fell from a sea wall on the Islam Plaza at Cedar Rapids an island in the Cedar River on which city and county offices are located Police termed the death acciden tal but said they had not deter mined Kirkpa tricks home ad dress Bedy Fall Two teenagers crossing a bridge saw a body fall off the wall They notified police who found the body on rocks below the wall Michael Mateer 6 son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Mateer of near Osceola was killed Saturday when he fell from the hay mow of neighbors The Mateers were in Osceola at tending a funeral1 at the time They eft Michael and a brother with Mr and Mrs Donald Kelly neighbors Mrs Kelly told Coroner Armitage Michael fell out of the lay mow loading door and landed on his back on the ground SAME DATi 1MJJ44 v Red Chinas Refusal to Free Airmen Brings Hew Problems the deatfe cavm WASHINGTON Uh refusal to free 13 Americans jailed as spies con ronted the United States govern ment Monday with the perplexing problem of how to make the Reds bange their minds With the British serving as in termediaries the Chinese Commu lists Sunday rejected an Ameri an note protesting the imprison ment of 11 captured airmen and 2 Army civilian employes on spy charges The State Department ailed the charges Butthe Britiih government re porting the Chinese tuned down the note at said the insisted the evidence gainst the tt Americans was in contestable v The governments next wai remained an M re ported all appropriate measures are being Secretary of State Dulles was scheduled for a foreign policy speech Monday night in Chicago and it seemed likely be would touch on the potentially explosive Far Eastern situation Dulles speech CST was to be broadcast by Mutual and NBC ra dio and by NBC TV Meanwhile American and Chi nese Nationalist diplomats were reported to hare reached substan tial agreement on a new ict wider which the United States would guarantee to shield Formosa the neighboring Pesca dores and perhaps some coastal is held by the form of Chiang Kaishek It was Hpfomats believe a formal pact of this sert wtiaM distwtrage Red at tewpu to for Photo Special to CIobeGnxe GRAND CHAMPION SHORTY AND OWNER JANICE HULUNGER Manly Girls Steer Judged Best at Junior Stock Show By ROLF HOFSTAO Farm Editor sleek black AberdeenAngus steer shown by Janice Hullingcr 17 o Manly will compete Tuesday against the three breed champions in the senior division to determine the winner of the grand champion ship of the International Live Stock Exposition Janice was so overcome by joy when Shorty won the grand No Elthon States Governor Present at Executive Session DES MOINES Leo El thon attended bis first Iowa Exe cutive Council meeting Monday and then told newsmen at his in tial news conference There will be no drastic changes or innova Elthonbecame governor a week ago following the death of Gov William S Beardsley traffic accident Talks to Nowtmtn The procedure of the governors office will be just like it was when Gov Beardsley was Elthon continued in his remarks to news men I will be governor only 53 days and that is too short to make any changes I will try to take care of the business of the state without too much noise or The new governor said he will deliver the governors biennial ad dress to the Legislature soon after it convenes Jan 10 His schedule also calls for him to sit in on bHdget hearings with Governor elect Leo A Hoegh and State Comptroller Glenn D Sarsfield In opening the council meeting as chairman Elthon remarked This is a new experience I hope you men will bear with me in my gnorance and Bufintif championship of the junior shoy she broke down and cried Her father B D Hullinger farmer two miles west of Manly was on hand to comfort her For the first time in the history of the 55yearold exposition there were only three girl showmen in the ring with their animals when Judge A D Weber was to pick the purple ribbon from the three breed champions As the boys stood by Weber slapped Shortys rump to indi cate he had won over the 351 other entries in the junior show Reserve championship went to the Short torn shown by Barbara Clausen 15 Spencer In third place was the champion calf shownby Ardyce Haring Neb Shorty won the grand cham pionship at the Worth County Fair n Northwood last August when il was a year old and weighed 96C pounds It weighed 335 pounds and pst 60 cents a pound when she xmght it at two months Saturday Janices steer weighed pounds and it will bring much more than 60 cents a pound when it s sold later this week Bidders at he auction always give the junior champions good prices particular y if they happen to be girls If Shorty wins the grand cham pionship in the senior division also The only council business was routine matters such as approval of several travel expense requests from state employes On the governors desk a arge bouquet of red roses which Elthon said were sent to him by a Des bank He was using he desk chair of State Sen Her man Knudson Clear Lake The chair Beardsfey had used was giv to hit family the price will be in dollars pound rather than cents There will be enough In any event to fulfill her ambition to pu a modern water system in th home she shares with her parent and five brothers and sisters The grand championship was a happy ending for Janice Afte winning at Northwood she took Shorty to the Iowa State Fai at Des Moines where he placet third in the Angus division Bu after she took him to the Dair Cattle Congress in Waterloo tw months ago he became sick anc she had to nurse him back to prime condition for the Chicago show Janice is a junior at Manly High School She has been fortwo years a member of the Lincoln Junior farmers 4H Club One other girl Mary Liiin Dadfsman also is a member of the club Just under five feet two inches all Janice is a brunette and ha jrown eyes She had to smile through her tears for the news japer and television cameramen Who crowded around after she was handed the purple ribbon Weary From Hiccups Pope Blesses Crowd VATICAN CITY Pope Pius XII weary from a return of the liccuping that sapped his strength ast February appeared at a win dow of his apartment Sunday and lessed Romes street car workers Original plans were for the street car men to be received in audi ence by the 78yearold pontiff His doctors however ordered a wriod of complete rest in an effort o restore his strength She and Shorty posed for pic ures with Jesse Andrew presi dent of the International Live Stock Exposition who kissed her on the cheek while the shutters snapped In other junior contests decided Saturday two farm youths from ndiana captured top swine awards or the junior show Dick Nash 14 a slight brown haired boy from Sharpsville won the hog championship of the unior feeding contest with a 240 pound Hampshire barrow named Blackie The reserve hog champion was hown by a girl Joyce Schenck 6 of Waynetown Ind She won with a 234pound Yorkshire bar ow Iowa The grand champion carload of at lightweight Aberdeen shown by J F Momm en Sons of Miles Iowa who ilso won the competition in 1951 ind 1952 The reserve champion arload lightweight was shown by Karl and Jack Hoff man of Ida Grove Iowa last years winner John Jordan 14 of Marion ad the reserve AberdeenAngus hampion a senior calf The re erve Hereford was entered by ohn Frimml idyearold Blairs own youth and the reserve ihorthom champion was won by Russell Zier 15 of MiDedge fflle ffl Treaty for Austria Is Top Demand Nothing New Allies Claim WASHINGTON WThe Western Big Three formally rejected Rus sias proposal for a European peace conference Monday but laid down five steps they said could lead to uch a meeting In onetwo positions among steps were agreement on an Aus trian state treaty and modification of Russias position on holding frea elections to reunify Germany The other three points called for study through diplomatic channels of all questions relating to Euro pean security a meeting of Soviet British French and American for eign ministers after ratification of the LondonParis agreements and perhaps a conference of European and other interested powers to con sider the remaining aspects of Eu ropean Identical Notts The Western Big Three sent their identical rejections by messenger to the Soviet Foreign Office in Mos cow The notes were a formal turn down to Russias Oct 23 proposal for a Four Power foreign ministers meeting and the Soviets Nov 13 proposal for a general EastWest conference on creating a collective security system for Europe Both these proposals the reply said were aimed at delay ing or preventing ratification rof the agreements reached by the Western Nations at meetings in London and Paris this The text of the reply was public by the State Department American officials emphasized that close examination had failed to show anything new in the So viet proposal The Western Big Three said the following was needed as a basin on which the West could agree to a conference 1 Agreement by Russia to sign the Austrian state treaty 2 Clarification by the Soviet government of its position on the question of free elections in Ger many which are the essential first steps to German reunification Common Interttt 3 Exchanges through diplo matic channels on any other Euro pean questions of common interest which might suitably be examined at a later Four Power meeting in particular questions relating to European security 4 A meeting of the Four Pow er ministers as soon as it should appear that there is a real pros pect of finding solutions snd after ratification of the Paris agree ment by the countries concerned 5 Should it thereafter appear useful a wider conference of Euro peans and other interested powers o consider the remaining aspects of European Train Derailed Service by Bus From Mason City POSTVILLE working Monday to clear the Mil waukee Railroad tracks east of icre which were blocked when all 23 cars of a freight train were derailed early Sunday Railroad officials at Mason City said the wreckage could not cleared until Monday afternoon Until then eastbound passenger service from Mason City is being provided by bus No one was injured in the derail ment Authorities said they had not determined the cause BULLETIN WASHINGTON MThe United States Menday hrwhed a prvtnt fifed nearly four and MM U S wiN check all ftymf the arewnd Metfefwlftt CMnew Feri Hf AM JUD4IS DCS MOINES WDistrict E Heisemwn of Anamosa is the new president of the Iowa Dia rict ASM   

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