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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdiUd tot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 3 1954 Thli Paper Consists ot Two One No 47 No Serious Rift Follows Censure Vote 1954 Yule Shopping Eyes Mark Sales Brisk Over State A spurt general over the state last week has spurred the hopes of Iowa retailers that the 1954 Christmas shopping season may set new records From more than a dozen com munities large middlesized and smaller over the state a spot check by The Associated Press dis closed that the retail merchants consider the outlook for holiday business excellent Fingers are crossed as the mer chants make these forecasts For bad weather could be a and quick Poor Weather A Cedar Rapids report notes that business there has been exception ally good since Thanksgiving but admonishes you have to take into consideration that we had adverse weather conditions on Thanksgiv ing and immediately following last One Cedar Rapids retailer who was worrying about the weather effects last year at this time con fided that his business is up one third compared to that time H D Gill manager of the Car roll Chamber of Commerce ha predicted anincrease of 15 pe cent over lastyear for stores his community this December A spot of business place by the Chamber there last Frida Saturday and again Honda ihowed business well above that o corresponding People are in a buying mooc Council Bluffs observers report They base this on returns from th first four days of holiday seaso felling there Merchants foresee icason total as good as last year which was the peak year Major Factor Credit is a major factor in Christmas buying in Council Bluff with purchases on that basis wel increased over last year House wares tools and home furnishing are moving faster than ever be ore Council Bluffs observers say and are more than compensating for the sharp decline in some o the heavy pieces such as appli ances In central Iowa Mason City am Marshalltown merchants enjoyed their biggest day after Thanksgiv ing in four or five years Last Fri day and Saturday were fine in the retail field Off to a good start in the same period was holiday season business hi Sioux City Ottumwa Clinton Cherokee Davenport and Oelwein rAll About TheWealher Mason City Generally fair Iowa Fair and warmer FiveDey Iowa Temperatures Sat urday through Wednesday will average two to four degree above normal Normal highs 31 north to 38 south normal lows 15 north to 21 south Little change in temperatures until colder late Sunday or Monday Warmer Tuesday Precipitation will aver age onefourth inch Fair warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum 30 Minimum 9 At 8 14 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum AP Wirephoto STILL Joseph McCarthy has a smiling word with Sen McClellan Democrat from Arkan a majority of the McClellan to adopt a censure resolution against McCarthy McClellan is slated to take over McCarthys investigations subcommittee chairmanship in January Harlan Fight Seen Senators Fill All But Controversial Posts WASHINGTON Senate confirmed a flock of President Eisen howers noncontroversial nominations Thursday night before quittin work until next month But Sen Langer RND announced he would fight the nomination of U S Circuit Judge John Marshall Harlan of New York to the Su preme Court next year Langer now chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee will be come ranking Republican of that group when the Democrats take over in January Langer said he had nothing against Harlan as a person bu that his objectionwas rooted in the fact that most high govern ment jobs have been filled by ap jointees from the Eastern Sea ward and the bigger sKates The judiciary committee recent yput off action on the Harlan nomination atthe request of sev eral southern Democratic senators who said they wanted more data on him Major nominations confirmed in cluded that of Dr Willard F Lib by a University of Chicagi i sci entist as a member of the Atomic Inergy Commission AEC Among approved were Carter L Burgess of South Caro ina as asst secretary of defense David S Smith of Connecticut as asst secretary of the Air Force Christian A Herter Jr of Massa chusetts as general counsel of the foreign Operations Administration Besides Harlan other major Ei icnhower nominations that were till awaiting action when the Sen ate quit were Dr John Von mann to be a member of the AEC and Theophil C Kammholz Chi cago lawyer to be general coun el of the National Labor Rela ions Board Action on Kammholz nomina ion was blocked by Senate Labor Committee Democrats Sen Hickenlooper vice hairman of t he Congressional itomic Energy Committee said it ad been found impractical to ar ange a hearing for Von Neumann uring the special session Twito Quits Sheriff Post Temporarily ESTHERVILLE JkSheriff Em let Twito Friday announced he is resigning for the remaining por tion of his present term of office but expects to resume his position in January Twito recently was accused of driving while intoxicated He is free on bond pending trial scheduled to start Dec 13 Ouster proceedings were filed against him by Emmet County At torney Daniel Sanderson and Leo A Hoegh before Hoegh ceased be ing Iowa attorney general last Wednesday A hearing on the ouster was to have been held Sat urday Twito in his second term as sheriff was reelected in Novem ber for another threeyear term to begin Jan 3 In a letter to the County Board of Supervisors Twito said he was resigning for the balance of his present term because of the ex jense involved in defending myself on ouster charges as compared to the small remuneration which I might receive from my office as heriff for the balance of my pres ent The letter said the resignation was to be effective im The board of Supervisors did not name a successor at once THE MCCARTHY VOTE WASHINGTON Here is the 67 22 vote by which the Senate dopted finally a resolution con emning the conduct of Sen Me arthy on two counts Bail riMMteri Hmlrlek mi SwNfc On Aram Kcftirtr Ecrr IckMM W I MtCtrllM MMiriwr Mirrtr rMUn EHHH Scolt t UM neitdMiit tt knnm MrkMB MMvitar KIMW MM tMccr MlMOM Hcrlta Mff Nfeto rmKH cgkiMC Now Htf Hrkker HaicUnn fur tut Cmft WCNiy McCarthy Condemned by Senate Two Charges Passed 6722 WASHINGTON ff Sen McCar they Friday stood condemned for his conduct by a 6722 vote of hi Senate colleagues The judgment of the Senate was handed down late Thursday anc after the vote was in McCarth told newsmen he was very happy to get this circus over The vote adopting a resolution condemning McCarthys conducl on two counts capped an extraor dinary session of the Senate begun Nov 8 that became increasingly tense and bitter On the final vote Republican sen ators divided evenly 2222 A solid lineup of 44 Democrats voted for passage of the resolution So did Sen Morse of Oregon lone independent First 29 Thus McCarthy became the first senator since 1929 to suffer an of ficial rebuke from his colleague for his actions and the fourth in Senate history Despite the sharp split on the issue some GOP sen ators said they did not believe it would leave lasting scars within the party Sen Bennett author of one of the counts adopted by the Senate said in an interview that I dont think the apparent rift will be too great or too perma Sen Carlson a mem ber of the special committee which recommended censure against Mc Carthy said he believes the Re jublicans will pull together once he next session starts adding it An Apology WASHINGTON UP SerC Ralph E Flanders RVr apolo gized to the Senate and tp Sen Joseph R McCarthy Thursday for comparing the Wisconsin Re publican to But his ef fort to erase the remark from tht Senates official journal was blocked by Sen Herman Wtlktr You should have apologized Welker said vould be more necessary because hen we will be the minority par McCarthy asked if there were ny basis to reports he might ireak away from the Republican arty to form a new party repliec theres nothing to I am a Republican and intend o remain a he said And I will do my work within the POPE PIUS Pope Pius Condition Improved VATICAN CITY WlPope Piu XII gravely ill with a peritonita irritation attended by abdomina has improved Frida morning and his condition is sat Dr Riccardo GaieazziLisi the Popes personal physician andDr Paul Nichaus a Swiss specialist announced this in a special bulletin Republican The announcement came after an anxious night during which grave fears wereielt for the life oJ the 78yearold head of the Roman Catholic Church Cavity Lining The peritoneum is the smooth transparent membrane that lines the cavity of the abdomen and is reflected inward over the abdomi nal and pelvic viscera The statement referred only to an inflammation and not to peri tonitis The bulletin read to newsmen assembled in the Vatican Press Office said Thursday afternoon Dec 2 the ondiUon of the Holy Father sud denly worsened because of a peritonital irri tation accom panied by ab dominal t e n s i o n Clinical examin a t i o n and Xrays made immedi ately did not show anything NIEHAUS alarming We immediately began necessary therapeutical treatment The night has passed relatively tranquilly The general condition of the Pope can be said to be satisfac tepublican party because thats tie best The Republican leadership in the enate divided on the resolution of ondemnation Voting against it were Sens Knowland the majority the emporary president of the Senate nd Millikin chairman oi he conference of all Republican enators Voting for it were Sens erguson chairman of the enate Republican Policy Commit ee and Saltohstall the as istant GOP floor leader Zwicker Case The resolution as adopted by the enate in its final form condemned McCarthys conduct on these two ounts 1 That he had obstructed the onstitutional processes of the Sen te by failing to cooperate with nd by repeatedly abusing a Senate ections subcommittee and its icmbers in their investigation of is financial affairs in 195152 2 That he acted contrary to enatorial ethics and tended to ring the Senate into dishonor and isrepute by his attacks on the pecial committee that recom ended his censure and by calling e Senates special session among ther things a lynch The second by Ben ett was adopted in place of a ount recommended by the special ommittee to condemn McCarthy r intemperate abuse of Brig en Ralph W The count bated on McCarthys reatmcnt of Zwicker at a closed oor hearing in New York City st Feb 18 war never brought to vote after string opposition to became evident in the Jcnnetts count was substituted in ead by a 642 vote and then ap proved 6424 Gravely III However Vatican sources made it known he is still gravely ill A Vatican press spokesman in the first report given out on the Pontiffs condition said that his heart had been affected Later the Vatican omitted any further ref erenccs to the condition of the heart CoasttoCoast Show Sunday Night Janice in TV Roles the first lime in history the grand champion of the International Live Stock Exposi tion will be flown to New for a coastto coast television appearance The sweetheart of the International 16yearold Janice Hullinger has been asked by Ed Sullivan to make an appearance on his Toast of the Town TV program Sunday night at 7 p m along with B D Hullinger will accompany his newlyfamous daughter on the flight to New York North lowans who plan to give petite Janice a rousing home coming will have to wait until the early part of next week ac cording to Mrs Hullinger who has remained at home on the family farm two miles west of Manly Theyve been so busy since winning the big prize they havent had time to Mrs Hul linger said Friday Thursday Janice picked up a whopping check the second highest sum paid for the International winner I dont know exactly what Janice plans to do with the money but she definitely will go to col lege probably school as she doesnt want lo teach Mrs Hullinger said The plumbing people were here Thursday looking over the place But I dont know when they will begin work on the free Mrs Hullinger has scarcely had a moment to herself since her daughter was catapulted into the limelight There have been countless telephone calls many from newspapers in distant cities She said a Chicago reporter plans to spend three days on the farm gathering material for a story when Janice returns Janices sisters and brothers are pretty excited about the affair Theyre taking extra good care ofthe 4H calves grooming them for next years shows The International winner will have to take last pick when it comes time to select a calf though The rule at the Hullingers is that the one with tha best animal has to take last pick A Even 5ycarold Miriam Kay claims a calf although she is too small lo really care for it She did however help Janice groom Shorty last 11 and Tyrone 14 belong to the same 4H Lincoln Junior1 Farmers Theyll lie in there pitching next summer All three are expected lo have entries at the Worth County Fair at Northwood Photo on page Knowland Mum on Slap From President Over China Issue NO CONSPIRACY CHICAGO District Judge Walter J Labuy Friday dis missed the governments civil antitrust tuit against the Du Pont in terests General Motors Corp and the United States Rubber Co Judge Labuy held that the government had failed to prove con spiracy monopolization restraint of trade or any reasonable probability of a The judge held been no conspiracy to restrain or to monopolise trade and r e 11 ri ct i on or mbnopolixation of the The government has described action as the biggest antitrust case in history Main Witness in Vice City Murder Is Knifed to Death PHENIX CITY Ala main witness who may have seen A L Pattersons killer was knifed to death hereThursday night after making urgent telephone calls to the sheriff and the newly elected attorney general Pattersons son Johnnie F Griffin 35yearold Phenix City cafe employe was stabbed in the throat 24 hours or more after he had testified before an emergency grand jury s considering murder indictments n the Patterson killing National Guardsmen still patrol ing the city five months after attersons death arrested a 16 Negro and said he ad mitted the stabbing blaming the white man for provoking a fight Another officer Lt Charles ook quoted the Negro Jerry C iVashington as saying Griffin hit im during an argument on the treet and that he slashed back vith a knife Kansas Cityon Dies in Ottumwa Crash OTTUMWA MB Priest 30 Kansas City was killed in an auto accident on a gravel road 6Vfe miles southeast of here Friday She was a passenger in a car driven authorities said by Ronald Kidd 25 Ottumwa The car skid ded off the road and went into a ditch Kidd was uninjured An other passenger in the car Eugene Eaton 25 of Ottumwa suffered only cuts and bruises Avoid Great Differences Ike Requests WASHINGTON HiPresident El senhowers hope that Re publican congressional leaders will avoid differing greatly with him on basic administration Policy was met with silence Friday by Senate Majority Leader Knowland No said the Califor nia senator with respect to the hope the President voiced at his news conference Thursday Eisen hower was replying to a question pinned specifically to Knowlands differences with the White House and State Department Knowland has been critical of the administration over how to deal with the Chinese Communists imprisonment of 13 Americans as The senator wants the United States to blockade Red China in an effort to force release of the prisoners Rejected Idea The President at his session with newsmen rejected that idea He said a blockade would be an act of war and counseled against letting the Communists goad the U S into war Eisenhower also again turned thumbs down on proposals to sever diplomatic relations with Russia In the past Knowland has urged such action Against that background of for eign policy differences with the GOP leader of the Senate Eisen hower was addressed this way by a reporter Mr President Sen Knowlands opposition to the administration on several recent issues has been viewed in some quarters as a threat to Republican harmony in the new Congress particularly in the Senate Do you see any peril in the fact that the man chiefly charged with guiding the adminis trations program through the Sen ate is often in opposition to your own view Cites Exaggeration Tn reply Eisenhower alluded first to Secretary of State Dulles speech Monday night saying the United States should exhaust all peaceful efforts to win release of he 13 Americans before consider ing war such as a naval or air blockade The President said he noted that after Knowland had read Dulles speech the senator remarked he thought the differences between him and the administration had been exaggerated MOM POP AND FOOD Mary McEttrick 23 one of five survivors oF the Northeast Airlines DCS which crashed in northern New Hampshire Tuesday enjoys warm food and visit from her folks at a Boston hospital following her arrival Thursday night She and the four others were removed from the crash scene by an Army helicopter SAMf DATIim4il   

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