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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH JOWANS NEIGHBORS NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER JDITED FOR THE HOME Bombay in State of Rebellion INDIAN IN SHIP FORCED TO SURRENDER Hickenlooper Urges Atom Plan Action British Troops in City Open Fire on Frenzied Native Mobs Puts Rent Control in Hawk County 1 Black Hawk rniinfv 7 nr forced the ish shore surrender harbor whil aror Friday while m Bombay British tommies j win rjiacnineguns on frenzied mobs demonstrating for the strikingseamen As a new wave of violence broke and A ECaffin deputy police commis tav 5S Bom Washington soviet im r he a than 12000 Mving to meet the crisis the British announced that an aci vanced headquarters of the south ern Indian command had bee vie espionage heard a new demand Friday that it hurry up and do about framing the future Program for atomic energy Senator IHckeniooper i0va told reporters It Is imperative have iJtriiumg to provide ior the future study development and harnessing of atomic energy Hickenlooper did not refer to Moscows that preme command of all Royal In and air forces in the Bombay area wm brcadcast Friday personne1 Prlme nHnster At in India and that ships of Koyal navy including a cruis were proceeding to the scene will very shortly Two small British naval ves TilrT steamed into Bombay harbor and a squadron S Pinls bombers flew high overhead Mutinous Indians retained con trol of 10 small warships anchnrpri the cease includ ing heavy artillery were rushed to Bombay as the rioters surged through the streets in the 2nd day of largescale disorders A 9 p m curfew was imposed Reuters said police had opened fire 20 times by 2 p m and that more than 40 3 been talcen to ijuu JCLUiCU secret data in Can ada relating to atomic nfiiS cstatefont however came after Secretary of State assured the senate atomfc committee Thursday that the Tall department was not aware of any Aerican officials implicated n at d UIJIIS except those for stores and busi nesses must be registered Dwellings hotel rooms sleeping rooms cabin camps and sim ilar units must Be registered OPA surveys have shown evictions at Waterloo have been running nearly 100 a to property aji iiiLictiea price at the repeal interests in as the large in DAILY FLIGHTS PINE TO PALM OPEN MARCH 15 MidContinent Plane 1st Airliner to Stop at Municipal Airport MidContinent Airlines plan City municipal beginning March 15 it was announced Thursday in 1 mes oren Presdent of the air who arrived here with a noprose r with abomb in this country a of At Karachi the Hindustan sur rendered after she had been under fire for 25 minutes Reuters said 30 Indian sailors were injured S10 tf tbem and that British paratroopers had taken command of the ship and lined up ne mntineers on the jetty A later Reuters report put the casualties at A 25 injured A British communique saic af to been rounds which commission i dont want to rush in and enact just any kind of bill he said but I think we should act without delay to up con sidered and effective legislation me senate atomic committee ap arently finished up with its Wigs Thursday after question Secretary Byrnes and 2 top qualified to discuss es wnage problems All testified be hind closed doors with even the stenographer excluded i he other witnesses were Mai Gen Leslie Groves head of the bomb project and James Me Inerney chief of the espionage section of the justice departments criminal division Neither would comment on his testimony Authorities Hold Man on Kidnaping Charge Launch Move 3 INJURED WHEN The delegation arrived here in nVtinrat0tret 21 ntinent transport in charge of ren ThPChef WDWarf Mrt hv AT Were met at the air Port by Mayor Howard E and other Mason City who were taken on test iahh over the city in the big translor dunne the late afternoon Pl IN FINAL RITES Receive Last Symbol of Rank at Vatican hey received the last symbol of their their rings Henceforward they be nr w equal footing with d cara nf a the of the Sacred College for Curbing Petrillo Rule the cantonment area am a5 bus service In Cal was disrupted by deaonstra BafllP at Castle barracks in Bom bay where barricaded Indfan men shot it out Thursday with 3S qUlet dUring consderable amount of arms and ammunition have been dtherom the the announcement said The NOBTHSTBOY DIES OF INJURY Omaha P Smith as held by federal authorities inday on a charge of kid naping Smith completed a sixmonth in tne Pottawattamie countv wa iail Saturday y ifce hdd Monday at 32 new cardinals from 19 of o were created was closed e e creae was closed to all save Pope Pius XII and the princes of the church Rve of the new cardinals were unable to at tend because of illness The consistory was marked bv In RTTTf as arrestea in Council August 5 45 after W near er the federal indictmenf n Named President Des Molnes I Griffith director of radio station Anies has been ected p va for o n trying to curb Jaraes c tnllos powersover radio broad casting rested largely Friday wUh S The house Thursday mVhl Passed 222 to 43 bill aimeS di rectly at authority wielded by the president of the American Federation of Musicians The senate approved a much pprove a much milder measure on the same sub TRAIN HITS CAR Charles Mr and Mrs Dale E Clapp and 2 small children es Thursday night when toTWe whieh they were lVm by y aPPwas struck by an Illinois Central freight train and pushed 400 feet Sad whldi Woman Loses Teeth But Sticks in Nylon Line WA depart id found d Of unclaimed laise teeth found on the floor ne the nylon counter only Clerk said they saw a heavy set which slid acros floor as she ran to the nylo She clamped her hand over her lOUth nnrt Strikes At a oSr Major developments but govemr Wo rand MrsAU age voting walkout will t joine bv can Telephone and Telegraph comnanv Federation of Telephone Workers y workers MBren 7 Dut govermenconli worers attempt settlement of wage and I hmir a atln service expected to voting walkout will joined bv members 17 can T enlo ers o of Ameri of National immediate destroyed as resumed in Detroit no PETBtttO of his measurt law the use of ject a year ago Accordingly the task of drafting legislation ac ceptable to both chambers is set to go to a joint committee Rep Lea D author of th e house passed bill pre dicted the sen ators would go along with most provisions It thr Otlt using phonograph records also Would Pronibit any ac v to n h needed to halt foreign programs or any e of Donc educa 4 O 1 ore of noncommercial tional or cultural offering Violators would be subject toa a S1000 The senate the it it dead center The right front wheel of the auto was broken off by the first im pact and pushed along in this condition untilthe train stopped Clapp received minor head and face injuries and Mrs Clapp and small daughter received slight lee automobile waf badly 2 AilSTEfFOR THEFT OF AUTO New George C Murray said Friday he had a rested Jack Miller 36 of ger MidContinent airlinei waf Plane to land at th Mason Cihf commercial Around speed He was not at e was no at ai Miss Shirley A Land H as he talked t an 94 Day Old General Motors IVlUlUliS Strike Moves to Showdown th northbound flight wili Kansas City Moreland eof The merger with American Air lines now under consideration by the civil aeronautics board would bring more frequent service and lower fares to Worth lova ac cording to Brooks Payno sales manager of American who Sn was among the per El Torrance of he Minneapolis and St Paul airports commission It Sofn rt MfJy h Pointed out and would make airane wailt sh disputes bobbed up on the Motos nearer a showdown on all ssues still in dispute Special Federal Mediator James F Dewey said in Detroit he Peeled to get a definite yw or no answer from management ana umon by raianffht on nd When representatives of the coal and 250000 tele h been set tioi Trf yuhe federa tion of telephone workers e tow ane United Auto Workers resumed negotia u the day expected Arties to reach an agreement by midnight However when the meeting was Wis and Ernest City at Charles City at Ionia Thursday lifers them for or TiTin Pecificd only that any inte ne with noncommefcia or cultural Vlason City Veteran Due in NYSaturday Glenn C Wilhite 18 Adams S V is scheduled to arrive in New ork on the Westbrook Victory ue there Saturday it was report d in an AP dispatch received riday Weather Report FORECAST 3Iason City Cloudy and colder Friday night with lowest tem peratures about 22 Saturday oc casional rain and mild tempera wa Partly cloudy and mild Fri day night except colder north east portion Friday afternoon and Friday night Saturday cloudy with rain west and portion Continued mild Minnesota Clearing and colder Friday night Saturday mostly cloudy with light snow south ajid west central in afternoon or MASON CITY f weather statistics 7 Period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Minimum had not intended to imply a settle ment might be expected by that In Houston Tex meanwhile that city officials have wS worker Houston Buildings Trades council announced a complete nfan plants fire police and ner e airport and to coral it took off muter lights shortly before 8 p m for the return trip to the Twin Cities Ils visit was history mafcins members of the Chamber 5 ComJ merce aviation committee and other local aviation enthusiast pointed out following a dinner for the vsitors at the Hotel Hanford Nearly 20 years ago the first or attempt to build an air port at Mason City culminated in a dinner at which William p Me Crac c lam p Cracken assistant secretary comm sssan sec commerce in charge here sPe of Commerce of th the reatened with the dock k 15000 CIC mg remarks and threats have been made by high city officials against the striking workers Mayor Otis Massey advised the city council meeting in special em at Friday to seek aid of the state after beine informed of the A F of If erouno udcii a possibility Detroits milk strike continued and as thousands of gallons of milk were dumped by farmer an S the absence of President Lawson other pioneer din in M C Hal and Lee P Loomjs other threat The cI strike of 175000 pro ducton workers was one of the first major work stopples to up set reconver 48 27 27 Maximum Minimum 25 22 tv UU reconversion schedules after Jaf ana has shut off more hair of he nations potential production of new motorcars Etewey and UAW vice presi Walter P fceutiier agreed we wage issue still was a block with more things remained to be set tled Otherwise the labor picture re mained gloomy however with e n sres and n controversies nearing a head in vany were Blackmar Jr manager Industnal department of the aiuineapolis Civic and Com merce association EdwardJ Ryan Minneapolis city traffic MidContinent Shel representative of the chapter of the Na Aeronautics association Af P mmer s Pcrif representative of the Minneapolis Civic and Commerce association Harry BurgunTS the Minneapolis and St Paid Airports commission E L Tvetene Art rne Art Stade president of the Min Hotel associatfon Miss Beryl McParland its Press and radio representative included Wendell Weed Minne apolis Star Journal Burnett An derson Minneapolis Daily Times Sand Sri St PaUl Pioner of KSTP lCr Verstraete I nd Walt Bruzek of Rochester was entertained at the Hotei Hanford tv rhning by the Tnhn CThalbuer Commerce with John u Johnsonr industrial motion manager in charge Seeks Husbands Post Kirc Bedford Friday was the only nnotinced candidate for the leg slative seat of her late husband ted inent0r Mfketefe who a   

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