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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1954, Mason City, Iowa North lowoi Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSfAflt THAT MAKIS ALi NORTH IOWANS N I I G H I 0 R i VOL IXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1 1954 This Paper ConsliU ot Two SectionsSecUon One Ni 4S Honors to Manly Farm Girl if McCarthy Concedes Defeat Voting Near Earns Top Believe 33 of 96 to Back Joe Debate Ended at2 Vrom Out Wire Joseph R McCarthys forces Wednesday counted only 33 votes for their side and predicted they will go down to decisive defeat in the showdown censure voting which gets under way in the Senate Wednesday aft ernoon McCarthy himself forecast a completely onesided vote as the big controversy swept toward a climax after embroiling the Senate and stirring the nation for nearly six months Most Democrats and most left wing or selfstyled liberal Republi cans will approve my McCarthy declared That doesnt leave usmany votes I just want to get it over The Senate was called into ses sion to wind up the formal debate that began 21 days ago At 2 CST it commenced acting on the Watkins censure resolution pro posed amendments and a com promise formula fi6m Sen Everett M Dirksen The final ver dict is expected to come Wednes day night or Thursday A top proMcCarthy source esti mated Wednesday that about 33 of the Senates 96 members will vote for the Dirksen substitute which would rule out McCarthys censure He said 33 senators also vote against the second count of the Watkins resolution which ac cuses McCarthy of abusing Brig Gen Ralph W Zwicker But he predicted that only about 23 would oppose the first count charging McCarthy with abusing a 195152 Elections subcommittee There was considerable uncer tainty about the probable fate of a third proposed by Sen Wallace F Bennett which dernanas McCarthys rebuke for attacking the Watkins censure committee Apparent But censure in some form appar ently is assured although the Ten Million Americans organization in New York rushed a sample batch of anticensure signatures to the Capital Wednesday in an llth hour effort to sway votes It claims it has 10 million signatures alto gether Sen Bush RConn told his col leagues Wednesday that if every senator conducted himself as does McCarthy it would mean every man a dictator jn the Senate Contending McCarthy has caused dangerous divisions among Bush said be will vote to censure the Wisconsin Republican Bush first olv Wednesdays speakers said he had had an open mind on the question of censure when the Senate recon vened to take it up Nov 8 But later listening to the debate he he had reached the firm conclusion that he must support recommendations of the censure committee headed by Sen Wat kins Wholesale Prices of Food Are Unchanged NEW YORK food prices as measured by the Dun Bradstreet index were unchanged this week from before The index stood at A year ago it was AP Wirephoto SUSAN ARRIVES Susan Hayes one of the states main witnesses in the Dr Sam Shep pard murder case is shown as she arrived at the Cleveland Ohio courtroom It was her first appearance at the trial Susan Hayes Takes Stand State Rests Case in Murder Trial CLEVELAND state end ed its case against Dr Samuel Sheppard Wednesday with pretty Susan Hayes testimony she shared the handsome osteopaths bed re ceived aring from himand heard him tell he loved her was thinking The defense then demanded that Judge Edward Blynthin direct the Jury to acquit Sheppard of a first iegree murder charge in the bludgeoningdeath of his pregnant wife last July 4 Sbeppards counsel began pre senting arguments to back the mo tion to end the trial now in its seventh week and free the 31year old defendant Miss Hayes the 30th witness for the state since it called its firsl one Nov 4 told ofan illicit ro mance with Dr Sheppard dating back to 1952 Last March she said she a the murder trial defendant shared the same bed at the home ol friends in California Testifying in a low often semi audible voice and looking straighl ahead the attractive 24yearold witness replied Yes to a ques tion as to whether Sheppard ex pressed love for you on other oc casions She said Sheppard 31 gave her the ring while they were together in her home in January of this year Two Die in Iowa After First Snow DES MOINES tfiIowa Wednes day shook off the effects of its first major storm of the winter which left up to six inches of snow and accounted for at least two deaths However the worst of the storm Tuesday apparently missed most of the state as the storm path moved n a northeasterly direction A 6inch snowfall was reported in the Decorah area but two inches generally were recorded in the northern half of the state Warm temperatures rapidly melted the few flakes that fell in the south west and southern portions Dtaths Highways were snowpacked and slippery in the north Icy roads were blamed for two deaths and a number of injured in motor vehicle accidents Tuesday Clarence Peterson 59 Decorah city employe was killed when he apparently slipped and fell from a city truck while working with a sanding crew The truck did not run completely over Petersons body but the whee crushed the left side of his chest Peterson was a bachelor The body is at the S t e i n e Funeral Home Harley Lantz 49 Harrison County farmer was killed when his pickup truck skidded on a county road and rolled intoaditch Dragged 30 Gabe Shada 40 Cedar Rapids conductor on a Rock Island i train wasinjured Tuesday when he step of the locomotive As he feli off the train his clothes caught or a car and he was dragged feet before rolling fret E C Campbell Clinton escaped injury when his semitrailer truck collided with a Minneapolis St Paul and Omaha passenger train near Sibley M About The Weather Mason City Clearing colder Iowa Cloudy colder with snow flurries Minnesota Somewhat colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wed nesday Maximum 29 Minimum 24 At 8 24 Snow in YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 12 AP Wirephoto METEORITE Hew lett Hodges Sylacauda stands stunned as she tells police how a meteorite crashed through the ceiling of her house Tuesday Mrs Hodges was bruised by the fragment Draft Act to Be Extended Wilson Wants Term of Four Years WASHINGTON JhFour senators agreed Wednesday that the next Congress will extend the draft act but differed over other parts of freight Pentagons new military v 4 if fouryear ex tension of the draft law a modified fororof universal military service that will provide for long and shorl term draftees more pay for long service men and little change ir the historic reserve and national guard setup Wilson told a news conference that while some details remain to be settled President Eisenhower Will present the plan in his State of the Union message to the new Congress in January Chairman Saltonstall RMass of the Senate Armed Services Com mittee and two committeemen Sens Stennis DMiss and Case agreed in separate inter views that Wilson would get a sym pathetic hearing when he takes his case before the group I heartily believe that an im proved reserve program is neces Saltonstall added saying he had tried five times to get the Pentagon to submit details on it during the current session of Con gress The current draft aet passed in 1951 is due to expire April 30 Award at Exposition Spencer Girl Is Runnerup CHICAGO husky steers named Shorty and Salty and their pert Iowa mistresses Wednes day were the darlings of the Inter national Live Stock Exposition here The two farm girls Janice Hul inger of Manly and Barbara Clau sen ol Spencer won the shows most coveted award Tuesday Janice showed a pound Aberdeen Angus to the grand championship Barbaras a Shorthorn again was named re serve grand champion as it was in the junior livestock show last Sat urday Unique Event It was the first time in the 55 year history of the exposition thai jirls had taken both top honors Oh golly I love him so and Ill hate to sell said the 16yearold grand champion exhib itor It was the first appearance for each girl in the International And they walked off with the shows big irizes in competition against more than 800 adults Both girls said they were at tached to their animals and it was difficult with calves I alone hed to be auctioned but I guess J lee An Editorial Congratulations to Janice for International Victory By ROLF HOFSTAD Farm Editor PETITE charming 16yearold Janice Hullinger who lives oh a farm two miles west otManly is about the happiest girl inthe United States Her pound AberdeenAngus steer is the new king of the livestock grand champion Another North Clausen 15 Spencer won the reserve champion ship with her Shorthorn Possibly never before have both the grand and reserve champions come from two areas so close together OUR sincere congratulations go to Manlys Janice and Spencers Barbara The grand championship couldnt have gone to a nicer girl Janice when she won the top honor at the Worth County Fair in Northwood last August took her vic tory in stride All she could think about was getting her ateer in shape for Iowa State Fair She would scarcely talk entering much less winning the In ternational And Janice was the favorite at Chicago through the judging Aer modest wayf and ready woa crowd Janice has done a magnificent job of finishing her steer OUR congratulations also go to Mr and Mrs B D Hullinger for rearing a champion daughter Thejr also go to all the people in Worth County who worked with Janice in 4H club work Although Janice has only been in 4H work two years her training has already proved in valuable Congratulations to Janice her family the 4H organization and the Manly com munity This honor comes once or twice in a lifetime to any one area As Worth County Extension Director William St Clair gays It couldnt have happened to a finer ONCE again the agricultural wealth of North Iowa has this time in an unprecedented double win at the International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago Both the grand and reserve champion steers went to fed out on the rich acres the finest land No other area of comparable size even approached North Iowa in this cur rent achievement or in the longterm rec ord 6f winnings at the International Live stock Show abouthis said Janice be tween tears Winning was the most wonder ful feeling in my whole Bar bara added saying she hated to part with Salty because hes brought me a lot of luck Any how I just like the pretty slim Spencer High School said Sold At Auction Janice a junior at Manly High School and like Barbara a 4H worker was reminded that las years grand champion brought at auction she answered First off I guess wed get some inside plumbing The only running water we have is in a creek be hind the The Hullingers live on a 320acre farm three miles northwest oi Manly Only her father B D Hul linger 42 was on hand Tuesday when Janice won the wild acclaim of cattlemen At home in their 13room house were Mrs Hullinger 40 and their other children Douglas 18 Ty rone 14 Roger H Miriam 4V4 and Pam 4 months Hullingers also own 240 acres al Davis City which are rented to a tenant farmer Janice said she got Shorty Into prime show condition by spending Every day working on him Sun days In the summer evenings wed water him down with cold water to make his hair grow And of course I spent hours brushing him and cleaning his Try Again Janices Aberdeen Angus was the champion of the junior show Asked if she intends tbtry for the big prize again next year Janice said I sure hope so Tn fact will if I think the calf is good She bought the calf for when it was 3monlhsold and although she had high hopes for the school girl said I neverfig ured hed be the champion at the As for the dates she gave up to care for Janice saic winning the big prize made it all worth The Shorthorn which won the reserve championship for Barbara comes from the purebred herd of Homer Clausen who has won a number of honors atlive stock shows Barbaras sister 17 yearold Valerie also had 4H calf in the International the Clausen calf has dam which as a 4H purebred heifer was reserve grand cham pion heifer at the Clay County Fair Spencer two years ago Both Clausen girls showed pure bred heifers at the Spencer fair Valerie having the grand chant and Barbara the reserve GRAND Hullinger 16 Manly Iowa wears a bigsmile as she holds her AberdeenAngus summer yearling that won the grand championship at the International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago Holding the trophy is Simon Fraser one of the judges Miss Hullinger and her father expect to return to Manly this weekend X Mother Sow It All Over TV HuHingjsr family Remains in Over Award MANLY hard to realize this has happened to was the immediate reaction of Mrs B D Hullinger when she learned her daughter Janice had won the top honors livestock world at the International Live Stock Exposi tion at Chicago Tuesday Mrs Hullinger saw the dramatic moment on television at the home of a neighbor The crowd was so dense aroundJanice that the TV cameras couldnt pick her up for a few minutesInstead the an nouncer talked with my husband the farm woman said Tuesdayevening Hullinger accompanied his Countryman Takes Oath of Office DES MOINES WThe duties of the chief law enforcement officer of the S t a t e of Iowa passed Wednesday into the hands ot one of the youngest to serve as attorney general He isCounty Attorney Dayton Countryman 36 of Nevada He was sworn in at 10 in a brief ceremony conducted by Chief Jus tice T G Garfield of Ames in the Iowa Supreme Court hearing room Countryman Republican was chosen in the Nov 2 general elec tion to succeed Atty Gen Leo A Eloegh 46 Hoeghs appointive term was to run until his successor was elected The State Canvassing Board re cently declared that Countryman won both the short term from now until Jan and the twoyear full term to follow On being sworn in Countryman said I am grateful to the people of Iowa for selecting me to serve as their attorney general I will do everything within my power to merit their confidence He repeated his earlier asser tion that he will strive for strict and uniform law enforcement Countryman plans to commute From Neveda to Des Koines He has served two terms as county attorney of Story County Loses Fingers to Cornpicker STACYVlLLEWhil pkklflf con for a neighbor Irving Brown of ROM Creek stumbled and caught his left hand in com picker With no one to help him be succeeded in opening his knife and cutting off the mangled por tion losing four fingers After accident walked to the road waited for a pesMnf who took him to St Olaf Hospital at Austin Mbm whe an effort is being to ne 20 to a uiousana aoiiars null probably receive Mrs Hul inger said ihe wasnt exactly but you can be it wont get Wlrcphoto RUNNERUP Winning second place at the international in Chicago was BarbaraClausen IS Spencer Crane Offers Janice Plumbing System Gratis CHICAGO UP A Chicafe cempeny a Td it will entire plumbing system free ef charfe in me farm ef Janice Hoi I I n ff MPwr wen Stock Kxpwitiefi Janke wfw frem jey ever buy plumtfofli fff tW Mr familys firm Crtftr tf WavnnnY K f daughter to the International It was a doublepurpose trip to let Janice see what do with her sleek AberdeenAngus summer yearling and to sell three carloads offeeder And he must have made dozens of telephone calls here Everytime Janice won an event he called Mrs Hullinger said What will her daughter do with the 20 to 25 thousand dollars shr will inger i but away from her Shes a pretty sensible Mrs Hullinger confessed too that the family had no idea Jan icessteer would go all We just hoped Shorty would place in some of the Sale On Friday The North Iowa woman Isaid she wasnt sore but she thinks her daughter and husband will return to Manly either Saturday or Sun day The prize steer will be sold Friday in A Worth County man who has watched the progress of tlje Aber deenAngus through many months William St Clair extension direc tor Tuesday evening that the calf has been a beauty since the day he was It is the nicest looking calf Ive ever St Clair said after the big announcement came The ex tension director who made the trip to Chicago aboard the KGLONorth Iowa Fair special was in the ring when Janices steer took the top spot in the junior show Saturday He regretted he couldntstay for the final victory but he had to get home to work He returned Tuesday morning with the other North lowans Buf it was on his mind all the way home on the train Late Monday night as the train sped over the tracks west of Chicago he said he thought the calf had an excellent chance of taking the International crown 4H Prefect I suppose If I lived to be years old Id never have another thing like this happen to he said St Clair director of 4H work in the county worked closely with Janice all the time she was railing the ateer It was her 4H project St Clair said Janice is the new treasurer of the Lincoln Junior Farmers 4H Club and that should have plenty of experience with money after this Already she has received some in cash plus watches and a camera And there will he more cash ing HI plus the larfe sum receive when the ateer FiV day
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