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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1945, Mason City, Iowa                             DEPARTMENT OF NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOVVANS NEIGHBORS Associated Press and United Priss Pull Leased Win Five Cents a Copyl t MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1915 tuns Wero coal miners from Des K A 5 Christmas Holiday Brings Halt to Strike Negotiations By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Christmas holiday Saturday brought a temporary halt in ef recess came after Chairman Lloyd K Garrison announced to GM of ficnb and CIOUnHed Auto Workers union representatives that the companys ability to pay would considered as one factor in con nection with the unions de for a 30 per cent wage ra crease No comment on thepanels dec laration of policy was asked of either side The board urged that the company and union should make renewed efforts to settle the dispute by collective bargaining The union and company leader rS Mason City Is Assigned FM Channels will meet in Detroit on Dec 26 but the wage issues were not scheduled for discussion They will study re vised demands of local unions at plants where pickets are permit fa ting office help to go through to their jobs Walter P Reuther CIOUAW vice president said he hoped the wage negotiations could begin soon afternext Wednesdays meeting adding We are going to make a sincere effort at collective bar gaining If we are not successful we will be hack here Washing ton Dec 28 The recess of the panels hear ings averted any possible show I down in the dispute at least tem porarily Earlier General Motors had threatened to quit the hearing if its profits were considered President Truman had declared that ability to pay is relevant in wage cases and Chairman Garri sons statement that GMs ability to pay would be considered in the wage dispute As the strike of 175000 entered its second month Saturday a holiday during Christ mas appeared gaming wide sup port in the face of the companys charge against the union of il legal picketing An offer of a 10 per cent wage increase by General Electric com pany was rejected by the CIO United Electrical Workers Union which has voted to strike after Jan 1 in support of pay hikes of approximately 30 per cent About 89000 CIO workers are employed at the G E plants and with CIO electrical workers in General Mo tors and Westinghouse plants re cently approved a work stoppage for some time after Jan 1 A re cent offer of a 133i cents an hour pay hike by General Motors also was rejected by the union By a nearly five to one margin some 45000 CIO United Steel workers in an election Friday ap proved a strike in support of de mands for a a day pay boost The returns were similar to the poll of last Nov 28 when elections involving more than 650000 steel worfcers xvere held after which the union set the strike for Jan 14 nationwide Extra Charge for 2nd Cup of Coffee Des Moines holel men have agreed they should continue to charge for a 2nd cup of coffee and provide extra pats of butter only when requested The agreement was reached dur ing an open forum session of the Iowa Hotel associations convention Friday 33rd jjcimilieu LI borne hotelmen said they made daily paper LilCV illHQe exceptions to these general rules tor large dinners and banquets Washington JP Thirtynine FM frequency modulation radio channels have tentatively been assigned to Iowa by the federal comnmnications commission The assignment was made in a plan for FM channel allocations Which would provide the country Vth approximately 1500 of the staticfree stations The tentative allbcStJpnS do not include 10 socalled community channels The community chan nels may provide as many as 5 additional stations in some areas These stations will have a maxi mum power of 250 watts and lim ited range Tentative channel allocations for Iowa include Ames 1 channel Boone 2 Bur lington 1 Cedar Rapids 2 Clin ton l Davenport 2 Decorah 2 Des Moines 5 Dubuque 3 Fort Dodge 2 Iowa City 2 Mar shalltown 2 MASON CITY 2 Ottumwa 2 Shenandoah 3 Sioux City 3 Spencer 2 Waterloo 2 DROP CONTROLS ON NEWSPRINT Washington controls on use of newsprint will be lifted Dec 31 but supply is expected to remain short of de mand In ordering revocation of all but inventory restrictions the civilian production administration estimated that about 1935000 tons of newsprint will be available to United States publishers during the first half 1946 This is 98 cent of supply in the same period of 1941 While this is not adequate to meet demands CPA said it is considered sufficient to warrant revocation of the order in view of recommendations of the industry A pledge by the American Newspaper Publishers association to see that no newspaper sus pends publication for lack of newsprint was an important fac tor in CPAS decision Friday to cancel the rationing order I240 ANFA has endorsed a socalled New England plan under which publishers agree to set aside up to three per cent of their newsprint tonnage for any papers threatened with suspension because they can not obtain newsprint J Hale Steinman director of CPAs printing and publishing di vision said newspapers required to draw on such a pool would be permitted to publish an 8page Steinman said the plan calls for state and regional reserves Yearn to Soak in Bathtub ss They had just relumed from Leyte where they served IS to 24 at rort N J Monday and railroad officials said that with they all will reach their homes sometime ChrWnw V Cheer Funds Close SetfopT Monday Noon PKEV10USL1 REPORTED SlCriS Willodeen WeariJa County Courthouse Employes Trinity Lincoln Circle R M C Mason Cily Grace Evanrcllcal Ladies Aid From a Lonesome ExMarine Barbara and Glenn Borcherdinp Kalliope Authony and Dickie Mr and Mrs Giles IVinn in Jlemory of Ilcrb Jaclc and Gene Alsbury East Side Ladles Aid name Boom SOU Monroe Juni JUjh Virginia and GayJe Ventura In Memory of Lt Dorance Grange Cilrd birthday Rorer Westover C A Patterson Family Sivaieda Congregational Womens Guild A Bit From Gary anil Larry Sloyles Press Deckers Casinr Departments From Me and Ma 1J0 moo n in 401 300 lOfl 100 300 100 300 150 200 GO 100 11100 100 THE DAVS TOTALs TOTAL TO DATE 173001 OVER THE TOP Bl THE CHRIS TMAS CHEER FUND had passed its goal by S250 Saturday the formal closing this annual venture in ap plied Christian ity as previous 1 y announced will not come until Monday noon The surplus age will be used By the Social Welfare league administrator of the fund to extend Christmas into the months ahead for needy families of our community Further gifts are welcome But we dont want to be selfish about the matter There are other causes that merit consideration by you generoushearted people The Salvation Army kettles on downtown street corners ready been mentioned Then about your car rier boy your lettercarrier your milkman your garbage collector and others who perform a regular service for you Understand were not TELL ING you Were just offering a suggestion So far as the Cheer Fund is con cerned the address is still Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa SET EXECUTION OF HAW HAW London ff William Lord Haw Haw Joyce whose appeal of his death sentence for high treason was dismissed by the house of lords this week will be executed at Wandsworth prison Jan 3 it was announced Satur day Joyce was convicted of broadi casting nazi propaganda from Germany during the war Atomic Bomb Control Enters Mosco w REVEAL THREAT ON MACARTHUR IN JAPAN PLOT Disclose Petition to Spare Life of General Yamashita Tokyo first reported threat against the life of General MacArthur was revealed Saturday by an allied headquarters spokes man The report was given to Col Herbert B Wheeler MaeArlhurs military secretary in connection with a petition bearinff 86000 sig natures asking that the life of Lt Gen Tomoyuki Yamashita he spared Yamashita was sentenced to death by a military tribunal for responsibility for Philippines atrocities Tiochiro Araki in presenting the petition said that twice while soliciting signatures he was ap proached by bitter hotblooded Japanese who urged him to halt the campaign saying for what MacArthur is doing in Japan they better assassinate him 6rig Gen Elliott Thorpe Wes terly B J head of the armys counterintelligence corps in Ja pan said an investigation of the report was underway He added that no information would be re leased until the alleged plotters had been arrested Araki told Wheeler that there was considerable undercover movement against MacArthur and the United States harmful to re storation of peacein Japan He said the movement promot ing aatiAmericsm sentimentwas keeping alive in Japanese minds the fact that American bombs killed 400000 6 ARE KILLED IN COLON FIGHTING Round Up Arias Men After Revolution Try Panama City hrief but violent skirmish around the Colon police station which the govern ment charged was precipitated by a revolutionary attempt by fol lowers of former President Arnul io Arias resulted Saturday in the killing of 6 persons and the wounding of 8 others Authorities ordered a country wide roundup of the followers of Arias who has been waging an aggressive political campaign since his return from exile from Argentina 2 months aero Arias himself had not yet been arrested althoigh his house was under surveillance President Enrique Jimenez called a special cabinet meeting to discuss the governments next step The clash took place when a small band of armed men made a surprise attack on the national police station at Colon The dead included the at tacking party and one police offi cer Four of the wounded were policemen hit by stray bullets Believe Abandoned Car in North Dakota Left by Escaping Convict DCS IWoines police reported Saturday a Mercury coach which may have been driv en by Ronald Lammey 31 Des Moines murderer who escaped Thursday was found wrecked and abandoned near IVahpeton N Dak Lammej serving a lite sentence in Iowa state penitentiary es caped from a prison guard through a ruse during a routine trip for supplies to Burlington THE WORLDS BEST BUV Victory Loan Bonds Buy yours this week Bring the boys home and fight inflation Patton to be Buried in Luxembourg Monday Talks bul e campaigning in the desperate battle of the Funeral arrangements were announced Saturday as American troops in Europe went into mourning and flags were moved I haLf fPaHiU1be laid to rest in an American military ceme teiy at Haram 4 miles east of Luxembourg city on Monday the day before the first Christmas f the peace he fought to bring Episcopalian funeral services will be held in this old university town at the ancient Christ church of Heidelberg at 3 p m Sunday The 3rd and 7th armies both commanded by Patton at differ ent stages in the European con flict will share responsibility for Joins in Mourning South Bend Ind Kuhl 30 year old private who was slapped by Gen George S Patton during the Sicilian cam paign joined the rest of the world Saturday in mourning the color ful generals death General Pat ton was a very good leader for his country Kuhl saifl It was with deep regret that I heard of his passing the funeral under arrangements announced by Brig Gen John M Willems A funeral train will carry the body to Luxembourg The tenta tive hour for the burial on Mon day is 10 a m Mrs Fatton who was at her husbands bedside when he died late Friday of complications from injuries in a traffic accident agreed that he should be buried in the European soil he helped to liberate and with the soldier dead of the fighting which smashed down Germanys last hope drive into the Ardennes The body of the great armored commander who was transferred from the 3rd army to the skele tonized 15th army Oct 2 after criticizing the denazification policy in i Germany was to lie in state at Villa Renier 7th army head quarters from 6 p m to 10 p m Saturday night His body will be on view to both enlisted men and military and civilian dignitaries from 8 a m until the funeral hour Sun day Six hundred men who served under Patton in combat left Nuernberg Saturday to form an honor guard at the funeral The troops were chosen from the 1st and 9th infantry divisions which fought under Patton in Africa and Sicily and the 4th armored division which led the drive from Normandy Twelve honorary pallbearers were named Lt Gen John C H Lee Lt Gen J K Cannon Lt Gen Lucian K Truscolt Jr Maj Gen Everett Hughes Maj Gen A W Kenner Brig Gen Walter J Muller Brig Gen Fay T Mad Brig Gen John M Willems Maj Gen Robert Liltlejohn Col Paul D Hardkins Col Thomas H Nixon and Maj Gen Leven C Allen deputy commander of the 15th army Messages of tribute and sor row were pouring in from around the world to the old German cavalry school converted into the 130th military hospital where Patton died American soldier clubs through out the theater closed It was announced in Frankfurt that Lt Gen Joseph Pierre Koe nig or his chief of staff would represent the French army at the funeral and Lt Gen Thomas of the British armored corps the British army Czechoslovakia liberated by the combined work of the red army and Pattons men will be represented by Maj Pospisi Uihachouski Col Fiore Venazza will be present for Italy NOTICE TO Readers and Advertisers There be no issue of the GlobeGazette under dafe of Tuesday Dec 25 day The wish to let employes in all de partments of our organiza tion observe the holiday and the need to conserve a dwindling supply of news print paper combine to prompt the omission GENERAL PATTON in Luxembourg LIMIT UNO SITE TO EAST STATES Committees Decision Rules Out West Cities London united nations preparatory commissions commit tee on sites voted Saturday to es tablish the permanent headquar ters of the world peace agency somewhere in the eastern part of the United States The decision aken by a vote of 25 to 5 with 10 members ab staining ruled out San Francisco the birthplace of the united na tions organization as well as Den ver and St Louis Previously a vote to establish the headquarters in the western part of the United States had been lost by a vote of 22 to 6 with 12 abstentions Britain backed by Russia and the southeastern Euro pean countries led the fight to eliminate the west Australia led the fight for the west favoring San Francisco It was agreed that the Mississippi and Missouri rivers should serve as the dividing line between the east and west SUI Gets Television Washington communi cations commission Friday an nounced a channel assignment to the University of Iowa Iowa City Iowa for an experimental tele vision station The station WflXUI channel will be 1 and 13 4450 MC and 210216 MC Check Order on Raising Freight Rate Utica N Y interstate commerce commission order in creasing class freight rates JO iier cent in noithern and eastern states and decrease them a like per centage in the south and west was under check Saturday A 3judsre federal court Friday nieht granted a temporary in junction forbidding the United Slates and the ICC from enforcing compliance with the order Nine northeastern states had sought the injunction on the ground the ICC had acted in an arbitrary biased and capricious manner The court stated there were reasonable grounds lor believ ing the commissions reports and orders should be permanently annulled and their enforcement enjoined In their decision U S District Judge Stephen W Brennan Utica who filed the injunction U S Circuit Court Judge Harrie B Chase Brattleboro Vt and U S District Judge John C Knox New York City There is greater justification for continuing in effect temporary the present class rates which the commission has prescribed and under which business has been done for a number of years than for permitting a sodden change in rates required by the new orders the validity qf which js ppen to question An application lor the injunction was filed this month inthe Utica court The judges reserved decision Dec 14after a hearing in New York pity The court said the fact that rail roads already have filed tariff schedules complying with the new rates scheduled by the ICC to take effect Jan 1 1940 does not ren der this suit moot It asked the plaintiffs to file a stipulation for costs in the sum of 55000 IOWA PIG CROP IS 3RD LARGEST Des IWoincs 1945 pig crop was placed at 16869000 pigs 3rd largest on record the Iowa Crop and Livestock Report ing Service said Saturday Iowas record was 20045000 pigs in 1943 Second largest was in 1942 The fall crop this year from June 1 to Nov 30 was estimated at 5070000 pigs also 3rd largest for any fall crop and 20 per cent higher than the fall crop in 19H The number of sows which far rowed this fall was estimated at 791000 up 20 per cent over 1914 fall farrowing but lower than the 25 per cent increase pig growers had expressed intentions of at taining RickeJT years old tue jolly baint Nick was just a boogev man andhe clung fearfully to his mother Mrs Royal Briggs of Marshall town when Santa offered him candy at a partv in Mar shalltown What Rickey didnt know was that Santa was his father Iowa AP Wirephoto K A engr SUCCESS RESTS ON AGREEMENT WITH RUSSIANS British and American Delegates Talk Over Topic 1st With Russia Moscow and Amer ican delegates to the big 3 foreign ministers conference took up with soviet Russia Saturday the ques tion of control of the atomic bomb Much of the potential success of the conference depends unon the success of the AngloAmerican powers in reaching a satisfactory solution with llassia on atomic control It was a matter of elementary courtesy for the AngloAmericans to take up atomic energy with Russia before the question was submitted to a general debate by the united nations The wartime agreement regarding the inter change of scientific information among the big 3 apparently does not apply automatically to tho postwar Under wartime collaboration the AngloAmericans did not hesitate to give the soviet union weapons which were immediately needed in the war Radar was the notable exception To avoid the danger ot radar falling into German hands along the fluctuating eastern front its secret remained exclusive AngloAmerican property This situation was understood by the Russians as far as can be determined here The Russians were fold regard ing development of the atomic bomb at the Postdam conference before its actual use but no form ula or specifications were given fo them There was increased but guarded optimism in British and American quarters about possible conference results A new trend in the talks devel oped Friday when the ministers called in the British and Ameri can ambassadors Sir Archibald CbrkKcrr and W Averell Harri man and Sir Alexander Cadogen permanent undersecretary of the British foreign office for a 5 hour talk This broadening the discus sion group meant that the talks were moving at a faster and more informal psice Current results have been ex pressed jn two separate formulas First informants said the results may be called positive rather than negative Secondly the talks were described as frank and friendly The Russians would say nothing whatsoever about the conference which has passed unnoticed in Moscow newspapers The soviet course is to let final results speak for themselves ICKESWlfS HAWAII AS STATE Washington of Interior Harold L Ickes Satur day advocated admission of Hawaii to the Union as the 49th state in the immediate future The department of the interior atlvocates statehood for Hawaii Ickes said in a statement Self government is the right of all peoples and statehood is the framework of selfgovernment most appropriate to Havaiis eco nomic and social situation Politically it is the next logical step and the islanders have dem onstrated that it is a step that they are willing and able to take Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Occasional snow and continued cod Saturday night and Sunday Low Saturday night 5 to 10 below Iowa Cloudy and cold Saturday through Sunday Occasional light snow Fair north and east portions Mostly cloudy with occasional snow southwest por tion Saturday night Mostly cloudy Light snow Sunday No decided change in temperature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics for hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum g Minimum 5 At 8 a m Saturday 2 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum j2 Minimum   

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