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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                I North lowof Doily Newspoper Edited Uw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS VOL LXI AuoclaU4 ind Unittd Prtts Full Seven CenU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 2 19S4 ThU Paper Consists of Two One No 44 May Table Zwicker Charge POPE NEAR DEATH BULLETIN VATICAN CITY Pius XII was near death Thursday night Tht 78ytarold Pontiff suffered a heart collapse and compli cations set in A surgeon was summoned to the Vatican and emer gency Xrays taken to determine if surgery improve the Popes condition Vatican sources said there had been a rapid decline in the Popes condition most of the day First came word that the Pope was suf fering from acute depression Then the Vatican Press Office an nounced a serious collapse DES MOINES auto truck collision which tragically took the life of Gov William S Beardsley has stirred discussion AP Wlrephoto MISS PARKER schoolmen Wednesday night paid tribute to Jessie M Parker outgoing state superintendent of public instruction at a ceremonial at Iowa City Misg Parker is shown receiving a scroll recog nizing her work from Dr Virgil M Hancher SUI president Retiring From State Post No Regrets Jessie Parker Says Concern Stirred Over Age Condition of Governors Death Car DES MOINES M Parker retiring after 16 years as Iowas superintendent of public Instruction Thursday said the states school problems will be left in competent Its never a good time to Miss Parker who leaves state service Dec 31 said But I have no regrets about leaving and Im looking forward to doing things I havent had time to There will alwiyjrbe interest ing things coming she said I dont think Ill be She plans to return to her old home at Lake Mills to live with a sister Miss Parker praised the nine members of the Iowa State Board of Public Instruction as highly qualified with excep tional experience and training as well as J C Wright Keokuk who becomes tendent by the last Legislature to remove the office of superintendent from politics Carpenter director of the division of supervision and curriculum said it was Miss Parker who convinced the Leg islature of the necessity of ex p a n d i n g services to improve Iowa schools Carpenter said Miss Parker has done a marvelous to which she replied Nobody does anything Theres a lot more to she added Shorty Brings Manly Farm Girl a Pound at Sale 2nd Highest Ever Offered Janice Hullinger Richer CHICAGO the Aberdeen Angus steer that won the grand championship at the Inter national Live Stock Exposition Thursday sold for a pound second highest in history but somewhat less than last years record price The auction price meant that Shortys owner 16yearold Janice Hullinger Manly Iowa would be paid a total of S for the steer she raised Shorty weighed pounds He was bought by Ellard Pfael Chicago commission man for Allgauers restaurants of Chicago It was the eighth time in 26 years that Pfaelzer had won the bidding for the expositions grand cham pion The reserve grandchampion ex hibited by another Iowa teenager Barbara Oausen jSpencer brought a pound The Shorthorn steer weighed pounds HiLo Food Stores of Chicago paid a total of for him Last years grand champion sold for a record Actually Pfaelzer bought Shorty at an auction price of But when he wai announced as the suc eesiful bidder be said he had been authorized by Allgauers to go to pound and therefore was vol ntarfly nlriaf the price to that If Janice a pretty vivacious bru was disappointed at the sale price she did not show it She happily for photographers and said over and over its won derful wonderful wonder BiddtAf aft slow with an hutial H pfvd for eartau Thm H rote stow IT to time mate flpoonent in the hiddinf B PolUek buyer for Ow Stockynl Pxktef Co They vied each other prkt to III Ken fiz Pol hick fiftiUy went to fIS kit This Lad Thinks Its A GREAT LIFE thief who into Don Johnsons Java Joint caft htra likar to with muiic and a cigartt afttr donart Harts what ht took A froihly bakod appla A tablo radios Sixtoon cartons of cigarots Two dollars worth of nicktls from a juka Tho Corro Gordo County shtriffs offico would likt to supply jail Waterloo Woman Son Held in Plot Against Husband WATERLOO mother and her son were held here Thursday for allegedly conspiring to kill her husband for his life insurance Sheriff H T Wagner said Mrs Henry Ehlert 50 admitted Wednesday she paid her son Donald Shindley to loll his stepfather Henry Ehlert 65 Tues day night the sheriffsaid Mrs Ehlert and heir 22yearold son by a previous marriage were held for further questioning in the alleged threat No charges bad been filed Ehlert a restaurant operator in and concern over the states re sponsibility with regard to its chief executive Governor Beardsley was driving the stateowned auto that was pur chased for the chief executive The machine was a 1951 Buick sedan The governor had driven his own state car during all of the nearly six years of his administration Since the governors death there has been concern expressed by leading Iowa citizens over the age of the governors official car and the fact that the state did not pro vide an official driver Consensus of opinion seems to be that the next legislature will be asked to amend the state law that limits the amount of money that can be spent for an automobile or at least give more latitude in the purchase of the governorsauto Limit Present law says No passenger motor vehicle ex cept ambulanceSj buses or trucks shall be purchasedfor ah amount in excess of the sum of re tail delivered A requirement for a chauffeur for the governor may also be hand led by In the past some governors have driven their own state assigned cars and others have used official drivers Generally when drivers were used by governors they were men assigned by the adjutant gen eral of the Iowa National Guard But some governors drew criti cism for using drivers provided hem at the expense of taxpayers Possibly thats one reason why overnor Beardsley chose to do his own driving Former Gov Robert Blue of Eagle Grove always used a driver as did Governors Bourke Hicken ooper Nels Kraschel and Clyde Herring Gov George Wilson drove iis own car or had friends drive him Blue Eagle Grove said his personal re action is that the governor of Iowa shouldbe provided a driver by the state More Offers to Hullingers The fabulous story of i North Iowa farm girl who wants ing for her 13ropm home near Manly and is willing to use part of her winnings at the International Live Stock Exposition is already having repercussions in Mason City Ernie Zerble of Zerble Construe Mason City has offered to design the bathroom which is to be installed at the borne of Jan ice Hullinger as a result of an offer made Wednesday Chicago The through its senior vice president offered to install an entire plumbing system free of charge at the B D Hullinger borne two miles west of Manly Elliot the Chicago plumb ingcompany official told Janice to keep the money she will earn AberdeenAn it at International Zerble tato at after he read an account of the Chicago otter in the City GktfceGawtte He put in a telephone call to Elliott and M his offer woofd u right Zerirfe ami a territory repre sentative lor the Craw Wayne suburban Evansdale reported to police Tuesday night that a mys terious assailant shot at his car 16 times but that he was not wounded The sheriff quoted Donald as saying be told his stepfather of the plan to kill him and that they shot the ear full of con vince hie mother that he tried to carry out the threat Wagner said Mrs Ehlert also admitted paying Donald to burn down the family home about two weeks ago to collect in surance Ehlert carried two life insurance policies one for and the other for the sheriff said Mrs Ehlert was quoted by the sheriff as saying she conspired to burn the house and kill her hus band because she wai tired of DM harping for money aU the She said she thought that was the only way to get it Donald is married and the fath er of a 10montboJd girl Ehlert and wife were married in IM6 Both had been preTHvdy mnied now practicing law at Being governor is a fulltinie job and driving is a fulltime ic points out and with the heavy responsibilities placed tipon a gotf ernor there is always the possibil ty that he might on occasion be thinking of some state matter with out devoting fulltime to driving An assigned driver on the other hand will take extra Political lisuo The governors car for years has been a political issue in Iowa rov Wilson economyminded chose not to have a state car spe cifically assigned to him He either obtained a vehicle from the state car pool or drove his own private auto At least two governors have lad Cadillacs The legislative limi ation on the purchase price has kept Iowa governors in the low AP AIRLINER BURIED IN ia an air view of the Northeast Airlines transport that crashed Tuesday onthe rugged slopes of Spec Mountain near Milan N If Five survivors of the seven aboard were rescued by helicopter Thursday Wing tips of the plane were broken open by the impact and the fuselage was split open CRASH AREA The cross and arrow locate the area near the MaineNew Hampshire border about 10 miles east of Berlin where five survivors of a wrecked D C3 were re s c u e d Thursday Two died in the crash of the Northeast Airlines plane Two Perish on Peak 5 Survivors Found Near Wrecked PCS BERLIN N H Northeast Airlines plane whichcrashed Tuesday was found Thursday split in two on a mountain peak withTfive survivors persons aboard The survivors including the freezing temperatures and snowi They wetedescribed ingcKK U Chiang to Sign Pact WASHINGTON Mi Red China lad blunt warning Thursday that hc United States would probably attack the Chinese mainland if the Reds attempted to conquer For mosa Secretary of State Dulles made this statement Wednesday in an nouncing that a mutual security pact will be signed with the Chi nese Nationalists on Formosa in he next few days He said the treaty means U S retaliation against any Red inva sion of Formosa Although saying a counterattack on the mainlanc was probable in such an event he declined to discuss in detail the scope of any retaliation In another statement at hi priced car category in recent years The state traded in a 1950 Pon tiac driven miles when it bought the Buick in 1951 for the jovernor The state car dispatcher xmght the Buick stripped down in an effort to stay under the imit and then sent through a spe cial requisition for automatic trans mission Later the state auditor criticized the procedure pointing out that the retail cost of the de ivered unit was which vio ated the Iowa law Thi audit did not question the right of t governor to have a vehicle but ques ioned the purchase procedure The audit pointed out that the state ex ecutive council at time of pur chase of the 1951 auto expressed he opinion that the governor should drive a better car and feels justified ia of press conference Wednesday add ing up to policy on Com munist China Dulles said that the United States may yet consider a naval blockade for the China coast if American rights if the 13 Ameri cans recently sentenced as spies are not released In London the British Foreign Office said the Churchill govern ment had not been consulted on the newly announced pact but had been assured it is purely defen Copilot George McCormick 37 and airline dispatcher John Me Nulty 39 both of Boston were killed McNulty was riding on the plane as nn Survivors are pilot Peter Carey 37 of Swampscott Stew ardcss Mary L McEttrick 23 01 Boston and all three passengers James W Harvey 52 of Water town Daniel H Hall o Montclair N and A W Miller of Philadelphia Only Miss McEUrkk had to be removed from the plane in The others walked of and the stewardess was able to walk into Berlin Hospital where all five were held for treatment Pa jamas Miss McEtlrick was wearing pajamas under her overcoat All five survivors were taken to waiting ambulances at the airfielc in Milan and sped to St Louis Hospital in Berlin Careys head was bandaged am to waiting newsmen it appearec that his arm was injured News men were not allowed to talk im mediately with the crash victims The plane had crashed on Old Baldy a shoulder of Mt Success on the eastern ridge of the rugged snowcovered White Mountain range The fuselage of the twoengine DCS was cracked in two and its wings folded back under the im pect of the crash into a dense for est of alpine fir The tail of the stricken aircraft hung over sharp cliff Careys wife mother of five chfl drcn welcomed him joyfully after the long vigil She came to Berlin soon1 after the search began last Tuesday The plane crashed enroute from Boston to Berlin via Laconia N H lause of the crash was not imme diately learned Faint The search had been pinpointed n the Berlin area since early Wednesday when a faint radio sig nal came through It turned out o have been Carey advisjng the ield he had crashed five miles to the northeast His estimate turned out to be close Mrs McNulty widow of the dead dispatcher collapsed when North east officially notified her he was dead McNulty was riding in the ump seat directly behind the pilot and copilot RESCUEOM i s s Mary McEt trick Boston stewardess on the downed airliner is helped from the rescuing helicopter to an awaiting ambulance at the Mi She wore1 pa jamas under her overcoat Williamsburg Man Dies in Crash WILLIAMSBURG MDave Har ris Williamsburg died Thursday at a Marengo hospital of injuries suffered Tuesday when the pickup ruck he was driving was in col lision with a lowboy truck driven by Roy Wiebold 17 Williamsburg The accident occurred about six miles south of 6 on Highway 140 William Morrin 68 Williams jurg who was riding with Harris was still hospitalized at Marengc Thursday with injuries rAll About The Weather Meten City Somewhat colder towat Partly cloudy Snow flurries Globe Gaxette weather data up o a m day Maximum Minimum At S a m YEAR AGO Maximum Censure on One Count Approved 6720Edge Against Joe WASHINGTON The Senate Thursday tabbed the second cen sure count against Sen McCarthy for the discard This is the charge that McCarthy intemperately abused Brig Gen Ralph W Zwicker So much opposition developed that Chairman Watkins RUtah announced he would reluctantly agree as a practical matter to accept an amendment substituting the pending third r count Jtor the Zwicker charge This third count would condemn for his attacks on the Watkins committee after it filed its report with the Senate It is sponsored by Sen Bennett R No Alteration Technically there was not alter ation in the censure amendment for the moment The pending busi ness before the Senate was a mo tion by Sen Bridges UIpI ta and thus kill the Zwicker charge After Watkins made his an nouncement the Bridges motion was defeated 5533 Many se ential Carthy col leagues Tiad told thc Senate they flS6T20 But someof the same senators including McCleiian TDArk and Russell had objected to taking the course of tabling the count TT Nevetheless the Bridges mo tion drew the first Democratio votes in behalf of McCarthy sup porters Joining with 29 Republicans in the futile effort to table the Zwick er section were these four Demo cratic Chavez N Eastland Ellender La and Frcar Opposing after the motion to table was beaten Bennett offered an amendment which would substi tute his proposed third count for the Zwicker No Rotraat Watkins said he was not back ing down in any way on the prin ciple involved in the Zwicker count and still felt McCarthy should be condemned for what said to the general Watkins had tried vainer earlier to satisfy critics by proposing to drop the word the Zwicker count and substitute lan guage to the effect that the Sonata disavowed and condemned Mc Carthys treatment of the general McCarthy had Zwicker before him as a witness last February and told him among other things that he was not fit to wear the uniform of a general The incident played a part in bringing on last springs McCarthyArmy hearings Sen Bridges RN who wai CONTINUED ON PACE 2 Hickenlooper and Gillette Divided on Censure Vote WASHINGTON tonators Bourko B Hickttv looper Republican and Guy M Gillotto Domocrat wtra divided on all ww of the tokon Wodnoiday in the Senator action to cansure SMI McCar thy On the final veto by which tho Sonata votad to cofMkmn Mc Carthy for hit allowed tuous conduct Sonate SubcommittM probint hit finan cial affiin in 1W1 and Gil lotte voted for and Hickonlooper was with mi nority Gillotte votod with the mafer fry WflOTv fffVwfffVfV rvfWfWif1 a wbtWuto a Sen Dirk and deflated MH Wlv The vetvd   

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