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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1945, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME r AII j DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AHO ARCHIVED MOINES THE NEWSPAPER THAT VOL LI MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS Associated Preg and United Press Full Leased Wire five Cents a Copy Latest College FOOTBALL RESULTS Iowa Bergstrom Field Indiana Northwestern Notre Dame Illinois 1 2 3 4 Final Ipwa State la State Teachers Ohio State Missouri Michigan Michigan State Purdue Great Lakes Wisconsin H Marquette Cornell Bucknell ALLIES CLAMP DOWN ON JAPS FOR CENSORING MacArthur Lashes Government for Ban on Hirohito Story Tokyo MacAr thuv commanded the Japanese government to keep its hands off Japans press and radio Saturday ceasing all censorship suppression or the home minis try tried to ban Emperor Hire hitos interviews and stories and pictures of the Hirohito visit to MacArthur The ministry had suppressed Tokyo and Osaka newspapers in effort to tecp the news from the Japanese people Nippons war department mean while reported to the allied com mand that 1833634 or 81 per cent of all Japanese soldiers in the homeland on Aug 15 had been demobilized by Sept 25 and al Brown Pennsylvania Georgia Tech North Carolina Dartmouth Holy Cross St Louis game between the Detroit Tigers needing one victory to win the American leaeue pennant and the St Louis Browns was postponed Saturday because of rain They will meet in a doubleheader Sunday the firsteame starting at p m EST Cubs Pirates D Cards Reds FIRST GAME 4 567 n n H a H BI rn a 9 R H a SB See Purge of All Nazisfey Year 5 Month Term n Rome Zucca Ameri Gen Patton Frankfurt Germany Gen George S Patton left for his Headquarters in Bavaria Saturday and on his arrival probably will begin an immediate purge of all nazis remaining in municipal and industrial offices Patton was bclcived to have gotten his final denazification or ders Friday during a Zy hour conference with Geri D wight D Eisenhower at the supreme com manders headquarters here Eisenhower summoned Patton before him to explain his stew in Bavaria where Patton admitted retaining some sec ondary nazis in officefor the sake of efficiency Official army investigators re ported that at least 20 nazis still were holding offices in Pattons occupation zone as of Friday Eisenhower was believed to have reiterated his previous directive calling npon all military govern ment officers to oust nazi party members from all but laborers jobs in both he government and private industry regardless of pos sible inefficiency Patton military governor of Bavaria had wanted to return to his headquarters Friday night but Eisenhower was believed to have prevailed on him to remain here overnight because of bad weather Neither Eisenhower nor Patton would comment on what tran spired at their conference Eisen hower promised a statement as soon as I have anything to say That may not be until next week French General Ordered to IndoChina Trouble Paris Gein De Gaulle has ordered Gen Jacques LeClerc to proceed from his headquarters in India to Saigon IndoChina be cause the presence of a high French official is needed there the foreign office said SaUirday Duke and Duchess Visit Paris Night Club Axis Sally Receives P L PrtPagandSt 3S by an and with the enemy IE was sentenced to 4 years 5 months imprisonment MASOX CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 291915 NO 395 OIL STRIKE NEARS CRISIS Tojo Recovering Yokohama Prem ier Hideki Tojo has recovered sufficiently from his attempted suicide to walk around his hospi tal room and will be transferred to jail shortly doctors said Satur day lied headquarters simultaneously approved dispatch of 8 small Japa nese ships to bring 16000Nippo nese from Tsushima and Iki islands between Kyushu and Korea reported that 34 000 Japanese troops in Chinas BULLETIN Washington Globesier pioneering scheduled roundthe world flights reached Santa Maria in the Azores at a m EWT SaturdayA report on the arrival at the 2nd stop on the trip was received by army air forces here The air transport commands big C54 left Wash ington at 5 p m EWT and Ham day Danger of actual starvation among Japanese this winter is very Col Raymond Kramer head of MacArthurs ec onomic and scientific section Oc cupation forces will not attempt to supply the needed 4500000 tons of rice without consulting he said The Japanese cabinet approved establishment of a council headed by Premier Prince Higashikuni to revise the system of electing the Japanese parliament The allied command announced that the U S 6th infantry divi sion would be withdrawn from Luzon and substituted for the 96th division in 24th army corns forces which will occupy KoriSa The 96th now Philippinesbased will become a unit of the 6th army is occupying southern which Japan Nippons government was told to make the most of its water transportation facilities by work ingv noncombalant shipping re sources around the clock 7 days a week The allied command also urged that the government order hours a day to overcome the shortage of shipping which has been the foundation of many Japanese problems The supreme command took over the Tsukiji memorial hos pital in Tokyo gift of the Amer ican people to the Japanese after the disastrous 1923 earthquake for the use of 8th army troops An Australian authority an nounced that more than 100 planes and 2000 personnel of the fly to Tokyo in 3 or 4 weeks to help out in the occupation Elevator Walkout Ends in New York By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A critical oil industry strike moved faster toward a show down Saturday as labor disputes across the nation kept more han 405000 away from work An additional 1500000 affected by the New York City elevator operators and building service employes strike prob bly will get back to normal conditions by Monday since the 5000 strikers were ordered back to work immediately Sat after both sides com plied with GovThomas E Deweys request for media GLOBESTER OFF ON ROUNDTHEWORLD FLIGHT The air Expect Globester to Shave A Heavy Frost H w j VP 1 fc VJ Air Schedule of 151 Hours Cuts Corn Bean Yield and cial butter and coffee commer airline fashion Passengers were served on trays at their seats The Globester stopped at Ham ilton Bermuda only long enough to refuel and out again headed for North Africa ington at 5 p m EWT and Ham T T ilton Bermuda at p m I I Sj Friday The next sched U O XTeSentS lllPrf crnn Sc Compromise d Press Correspondent T the Globester 1VJ I ICkOM may beat the 151hour JJ1 uled stop is Casablanca North Africa By PAUL MILLER Associated Press Correspondent Aboard Glqbester schedule set fori its idayl U S army air transport com mand observers turned up this possibility asthe 40pnssenger Coi headed eastward over the Atlantic after a stop at Bermuda with Casablanca next on the 23 147 mile journey It was pointed out that hours were picked up by flying direct from Washington to Ber muda eliminating a previously scheduled New York City stop Another hour may be picked up through a decision to fly from San Francisco to Washington non stop Thus this historic circle fore runner of regular weekly ATC service around the globe could end in midevening of Thursday Oct 4 The great transport car rying eight passengers xvho will go all the way around and one bound for Calcutta completed the 730mile Washington Bermuda flight in the rightonschedule time of four hours 16 minutes The Globester swung away from Washington national airport at 5 P m climbed slowly with its 2300 gallons of gasoline despite its light passenger load cleared the coastline and headed out over Tiave presented a cbmprbmisepro posal in an effort to break the deadlock of theforeign ministers council over who should write the Balkan peace treaties Members of several delegations said the Balkan policy decision would have to be made this week end and expressed hope the deci sion would enable the deputies to get started ou drafting the actual peace pacts Russia citing the Potsdam de cision that only signatories of the armistice with the defeated na tion should participate in author ship of the peace treatyhas de manded the exclusion of France and China France with British American backing has insisted on taking part on the ground that the 5 ministers had agreed to full par ticipation Authoritative sources said the United States plan would create a subcommittee of the 5nation council to deal with the Balkan treaties but details were not available settled down to a 210miIe anhour speed through clear skies and over a tranquil sea At 6 p m Col M S White chief surgeon of the ATC already was busy taking temperatures checking pulses and blood pres sure and setting up psychological in studies by which ATC hopes to find means of making for even greater passenger com fort and convenience in the fu ture By p m a stcafe dinner rounded by fruit salad peas and carrots mashed potatoes bread Stop Have You Set Your Clock Back Paris JP The Duke and Duchnss of Windsor made their When you put the cat out Sat urday night and wind the clock dont forget to turn the timepiece back an hour At exactly 2 a m Sunday the nation goes back on standard time Except for those individual ist who stick by the roosters therell be an extra hour to spend in bed The changeposes a question of overtime pay for night shift work ers The answer locally appears to be An hour overtime for those woVking in private plants yawns bat noexlra cash for such public employes as police and firemen Railroads and bus lines travel ing throughout the night will have the greatest difficulty in effecting the change Night passenger trains on Rock Island will stop at the nearest sta tion at 2 a m and wait an hour in order to et oh the standard time before proceeding The Milwaukee passenger trains will slow up after 2 a m so as to a pric yir t i YT l arrive at terminal a Pans night club Friday night new standard time V The Jefferipn Transportation company bus runs starting sev eral hours before the tfaie change will continue on to the end of the run nnmber Runs leaving after midnightwill he delayed an hour before starting in order lo beon rv tiniejor the major part of the run But everybody should remem ber to put their clocks back an hour before going to bed James Holub manager of the local West ern Union office gave some in structions on the handling1 of Western Union clocks The telegraph company cannot change the many thousands of Western Union clocks at one time Mr Holub said so the company is sending instructions to all sub scnbcrs stating that iVL WdLU the dials eleven II times to set the clock back one hour to Standard time In resetting an electrically synchronized clock or any other clock Mr Holub pointed out the minute hand should never be turned backward and the hour hand should not be touched or the mechanism of the clock may be damaged If clocks in radio stations rail road stations industrial plants public buildings schoolsoffices stores and theaters were on wrong confusion would result Temperatures took a dive in Mason City and North Iowa Fri day night with Mason City re porting 26 degrees and frost And more of the same weather is promised for Saturday night fol lowed by fairly rapid modera tion The dive into autumn tempera tures damaged about 50 per cent of the corn crop in this area anc approximately 25 per cent of the soybean crop according to an un official estimate made early by membersof the AAA office It is hard to say just how much of thecorn has been dam Bing Crosby Puts Away Business for Vacation Hollywood Crosby is going to knock off and take it easy for the rest of the year El Birigo says nothing doing on radio programs for the winter sea son His plans as he outlines them now A week or 2 in a Santa Monica hospital starting next week for treatment of an infection then a long rest at his northern Nevada ranch with hunting and fishing the main items His wife the for mer Dixie Lee and his sons will remain here Weather Report FORECAST Mason and continued cold Saturday night with heavy frost Lqwest temperatures 28 Sunday increasing cloudmess and warmer Fair Saturday night cool er in southeast portion the north light frost n the south Sunday in creasing cloudiness and warm er Shippers warning Minimum temperatures Sunday morning 24 degrees in the north half 28 degrees in the south half but only Tabbnt50 Tpet rcerit is o maturity far enough along to frost Of the 50 per cen that is damaged approximately half of this can be saved if taken careof immediately for silage The problem there of course is storage space enough for all o the damaged corn Corn this year is of varying de grees of maturity even inthe same fields said Mr Krause so it i almost impossible to make a fair estimate of the damage but thats my guess roughly Other estimates had placed more of the corn over the hump than Mr Kyause believed but no definite estimate could be deter mined this early since Friday frost came a little ahead of tht average which is during the firs week in October Ray Whbrley of Kembles green house said that Friday nighti frost was heavy and that nearl all flowering plants vegetable and foliage outside showed effect of it is the begin ning of the end for this season o outdoor plants said Mr Whorley Killing frosts also were notei Saturday morning at Charles Cit and Waterloo and cities hai light to heavy frost the weathe bureau reported The minimum temperature fo the state Saturday morning was 2 degrees at Spencer following i high of 60 at Burlington on Fri day Other low temperatures in eluded Estherville 23 Sioux Citj 25 Cherokee 26 Fort Dodge Onawa and Forest City 27 Charles City 28 Iowa Falls and Waterloo Bill Faces House Debate Washington plan to plunge the government into an endless allout war against un employment is halfway through ongress That is the No 1 news on cap ital hill Saturday weeks after Ihe lawmakers interrupted their vacations to tackle the problems of a sudden peace The senate approved the full employment bill Friday night Before the final action the bill was either improved or weakened depending on your point of view At least it was changed The bill now goes to the house which may debate it late in Octo ber The senate and house took a breathing spell Saturday and ob servers noted that 1 President Trumans relations with congress are not so hunky dory as in wartime 2 The rush of mail from peo ple trying to get somebody out of the army or navy has slowed up a good deal 3 Looming larger every day in ion A soft coal industry dispute also approached a climax and the automotive lumber and electrical ipparatus industries were hard lit by strikes CIO oil workers international inion pickets shoulder to shoulder ind with automobiles bumper to lumper forced a gradual shut down of Standard Oil companys luge Whiting Ind refinery An ndependent union claiming to represent 4500 out of 5100 pro duction employes refused to itrike and is entering binding ar bitration on a 30 per cent wage increase demand like that of the CIO However the independent union decided not to try to break the picket line Company of icials called it an illegal road block Mayor James McNamara of Whiting asked Sheriff Fred Stultz of Lake county for assist ance The sheriff said both unions promised there would be no vio lence In Washington where govern mentsponsored conciliation con ferences between CIO union and oil industry representatives re sumed under direct supervision of Secretary of Labor Schwellen bach O A Knight union presi dent announced signing of a contract with Wilshire OilCo LosA atomic force Problems before this postwar congress have fallen roughly into 2 main groups economic and mil itary Economic problems full employment in future years emergency help for unemployed people now and taxes Military problems include army navy discharges enlistments Pearl Harbor bomb and the atomic Full full employment bill passed by the senate provides that The government shall adopt a broad program to help private employers provide enough jobs for all If necessary in any year as a last resort the government it self shall spend money to create jobs Among the changes made by the senate Friday were It provided that such spending must be consistent with other needs and obligations of the gov ernment That is there might be a limit to the amount of spending done if ihe spending conflicted with some other It provided that plans for such spending must be accomplished by a tax plan to raise the money Trumans supporters in the senate werent too happy ova the changes Close Offices Moscow chiefs of the United States and British military missions were closing their offices Saturday and are scheduled to leave Monday for home Harley Larson Missing in Plane Crasti on West Coast iw aii ucs tn IJJK suutn n3ll scnbcrs stating that the minute hands shsuld be turned forward Fair Saturday night arOUTlfl fllD HJalc1 anH Mi4 rtTiitn and Sunday Not quite so cold Saturday night Warmer Sun IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum 39 Minimum 26 At 8 a m Saturday 28 Precipitation 15 First light frost YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 34 Was Passenger on Plane That Collided Over Catalina Island Flight Officer Harley Larson son of Mr and Mrs L B Lar 1442 Jefferson N W is miss ing in a plane crash that occurred off the west coast over Catalina island last Wednesday it was re ported here Saturday Larson had gone out as a pas senger on a navy Ventura planej it was learned from the captain of his group with whom the Lar sons here have been getting word by telephone The crash occurred when the Ventura collided with another Plane the occupant of which have all been picked up No trace of the Ventura or its occupants have as yet been found and it is presumed that the crashed plane disappeared in the ocean According to the passengers picked up from this plane that was found none had seen the Ventura either before or after the crash They only knew that there had been a collision HARLEY R LARSON Officer Harley had been stationed Santa irco Sept independent Cfi company Also in Washington John L Lewis United Mine Workers chieftain renewed his offer to discuss with softcoaloperators a dispute over recognition of a foremans union which has halted workat more than 80 West Vir ginia and Pennsylvania mines Friday the operators flatly re jected Lewis proposal for a Moa day conference The oil strike which failed of settlement in 3 days of deadlocked conferences in Chicago now involved about 40000 in 9 states with the union threatening to nationwide and affect make it 250000 One bright spot was the action by a Westinghduse Electric cor poration white collar union in agreeing to end a 20day stoppage of 36000 workers at 14 plants in 6 states The countrys newest big strike took out 46000 CIO workers in the textile industry in more than 200 plants in six eastern states But anadditional 16000 in three states delayed joining in the walk out About 40000 print and dye workers in New Jersey New York PennsylvaniaVirginia and North and South Carolina Friday joined the 5000 from70 plants in the Paterson N J area who had quit work over a wage dispute They had demanded a 15 cents an hour wage boost Members of 14 white collar unions In Westinghonse Electric corporation on strike since Sept 9 will be asked to return to work Monday which would take almost 40000 off the strike lines The walkout by the independent nnion over a wage issue disrupted indus trial activities all over the coun try and affected workers In plants in 6 states There were no important de velopments indicating settlement in numerous disputes in the De troit area where an estimated 80 000 workers are away from their jobs because of strikes and shut downs Strikers of the Kelsey Hayes Wheel company at a mass meeting Friday night booed into silence R J Thomas president of the CIO United Automobile wdrk ers and made no decision whether to return to end their 38day strike Thomas had announced the international boards order to halt the strike stood and he directed them to go back fo work Likewise the strike of 61700 AFL lumber and sawmill workers in the Pacific northwest brought no fresh developments The walk outs stemming over a wage dis pute started Monday Governor Dewey of New York steppedinto the paralyzing strike of 15000 AFL building and main tenance workers in New York City after failure of the state mediation board to settle the wagehour dis pute He ordered both sides to appoint an arbitrator   

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