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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                P A ft T 11 r ti V M P NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT OF AND A OES 5 THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS SSlF rtte BRITISH BREAK BOMBAY INDIAN SEAMEN RIOTS Gandhi Makes Appeal to Countrymen to End Orgy of Violence Bombay British an nounced breaking of the Hoyal Indian navy mutiny both ashore and afloat at Bombay Saturdav amid continuing civil disordes strikes developed here and n Calcutta Mohandas K Gandhi yanam Death Cheats Mason Cityan of US Honor for Service McVay Sentence f service to his country as chiirmit alllrday afternoon for un r at had confused chicken owners causing many dealers to cancel orders and that he sent to Mr Truman iust to Eee what they would do with them DeUvery was not attempted to comment Anderson hTwever advised the Company he would not pay nn 1 AHA i r tvuuia ZJO on his 1000 the ne and then Lathrop overestimated his mar t and now hes sorr to Ket and now hes sorry Ralph pf Gates the state them to its flocks a thing hc explained they looked like a good buy For another he thought the birds were a little young to be riding back and forth on trains between Indianapolis and Richmond But he added any further con signment of Lathrop chicks goes back to the express office The express people said usual procedure in cases of unclaimed O D shipments is to give the shipper his choice 1 Have them sent back and Pay the charges himself 2 Have them sold at the con signees end for what they will Jrom wbat they have SENATOR SEES MEAT PRICE CUT Thomas Says Heavy Supply to Drop Cost tingtoa Jp Lower meat by Senator No Progress Made in GM Negotiations By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Prospects for imminent settle General ceived a setback wage packino dustry workers may involve price advance when negotiations were recessed over the weekend with no particular progress made at Saturdays meeting The recess marked he firs break in the 9 consecutive days o steppedup negotiations but Spc cial Federal Mediator James F Dewey said he attachea ticular significance to it Dewey said negotiations woul beresmPd a m EST appealed to tafce 2 Casualties countrymn to of Bombay since the aen DelawareMarylandVir baby chicks need the 7year itch raise farm prices He said hat right now ie major fac tors In the sit uation point to a decline in meat rices due to a heavy supply There is a world of meat in the country hr told report ers And the agriculture de 3J3Q tiiat h probably would consult with La uor Secretary Schwellenbach i Washington in the meantime ihe international executiv wali ofhe CI0 United Aud Workers had advised the union locals earlier that immediate set tlement of the 35 day old strikt of 175000 production wooers wa not m prospect Several basic Issues plus loca demands and the wage issue are still not settled the board said It was disclosed after federal mediator James F Dewey said maintenance 3nd the checkoff but the for a TMW UAW demand THOMAS 2KILLED AUTO ACCIDENT Gar Hits Railing Near Des Moines partment is encouraging slaughter because of short feed Thomas pointed out that chick If0 scarce a few moTfc warehouses are full and chickens are selling for half the ceiling price because of the oversupply He looked for tht 5 t0 hae beef persons beyond dj Saturday burned eyond recognition when a car smashed gainst 8iailtafc tipped over the road and caught lire on whMons Pro1em is What to do about meat prices in view of a 16 cents an hour increase recommended board The government already is pay to packers at the Saturday included wages en th the telegram to the UAW ChargetJ Motors negoti reaon reasons The C2f was owned by D W Soesbe DesMoines state records of the bcense number showed t victims was iden fianvi son Darnel B Soesbe 22 Seven after the accident it had not been R Bowles the VX as a man or a woman Coroner A E Shaw aft er examination said he believed one victim was a woman A truck driver Curtis Oxley first to arrive at the accident scene said the rn BUTTETRIOT the spread between prices and costs are so narrow that the industrylnust have the payments for I feir Re turn on operations 1 Friday hat stabilization to the view that meat prices should be in creased to take care of the higher Senator Taft R Ohio con tends increasing subsidies would mean in effect that the govern mPTlt Itrnp m ions with delay t of the strike for and motives which the not discu are There was no immediate1 reniv from GM officials The board urgttf the locals o redouble efforts in raising funds to support the strikers so th they may carry their fight to successful conclusion Our inte national union is determined t mobilize its full strength to clos MIS fight to victory As the deadlock in the auto JohnL hospital reports to toial 210 killed and more than 1200 injured Of these 75 civil ians were killed and 250 injured Saturday up to 4 P m a CST 2 con stables were killed and 50 policemen were GANDHI wounded British troops and Indian police battled street mobs On the whole said a British commander of San JuanMarne post ot the V F W past presi dent ot the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly a director of the Social Welfare league a mem ber of Harding lodge of the Ma sons the Odd Fellows lodge the American Legion and the Inter national Brotherhood of Electrical Woikers local union No 431 He also took an active part inwir bond Foundation for unaon or infinrttte Paralysis and Community Chest pteT I by his wife Ethel 2 sisters Mrs Anna Aus tin Detroit and Mrs Mable Pet rson Tampico III a stepdaueh S tstePson CaPtWilliam in the South Pacific The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home Funeral have not Vet Teen Yamashita Hanged in Cane Field r r of Sirigapore was hanged on a floodlighted gallows before dawn Saturday as a Jana naetse war criminal wearing irhib American latigues ttis last words a prayer for the emperors lone life the dealer of Manila died in disgrace at 302 a m m a cane field alonr two subordinates The body was sewed in canvas and carted away to a rave sd only by a white post and tW s ailtny identification tag as were those of the Jana ncse soldiers buried on either by General aiacAr thur as having failed utterly his S Uh he stolid BO m ion shows improvement areas in areas of the city and there has in the General headquarters in New Delhi announced Jhat the striking 12 001 12000 both m barricaded bar 1IIXCH CeremonyHonoringSelective Service Board Members From North Iowa at Charles City Charles RnhPrf e so BO y man had been stripped of his uniform and all military appu tenances before he was execmed 30 miles southeast of Manila near Los Banos where his soldiers a Two convicted torturers a lieu a who inh in the secret and a civil ippines and a civil ian interpreter shared with him a fulbv fh1 erCdthe most JUl by their countrymen w0TalShUa and his subordinates would have preferred to die be ay and scores of small war vessels in the 3d yiWed CST Charles Robert medals to members se boards from 17 selvice board 3 Black Hawk county of medals I il navalf nTt Z ur a meci naval of that there would be no vindi volved it that r of Black Hawk co board No 3 and Georjre C Wiiit mer member of local board NO Pok county Whitmer was the representa tive for Iowa when the medals man at the white hous Counties included in the h re tmer mem ber selective service board No 7 Polk county Presentation of selective qerv Blue Gen medalsHon Robert D governor of Iowa Closing Brig ing Lt Gen Masaharu Homma condoning such atrocities as wta march of Bataan With him from the barbedwire enclosure went Lt Col SeicW Ohta whose kempei tai though Police once made arrests even for what a helpless suspectirnVht be thinking Ths third d man was Takuna Higashii ousness replacing his one gaiety in the p guards time selective service Rev Charles City Joseph there a iiC niciauor pictur id although he would not pre ct a coal strike by his Mine Workers he saiiiI he expecte their problems to be seitlcfl UDO iol questions dent Trumans new was Policy b The unions policy committee ha been called by the presiden to meet in Washington March n discuss contract demands bu Lewis after a radio broadcast Fri rUa 0t Predict wha the demands would include A threatened shutdown of utili fi HoustonTex in support of a 4day strike of 650 was withdraivn um Strikes At g Gltr ASSOCIATED PRESS T i disputes wiut tne usy have you any butter back his Then Woman maybfy beamed the like to have the Before the grocer was able to covr nations s COamteh orers says of questions affecting coal industry Ind on p6 SGttled on new wageprice policy UMW noltev rnm President Trumans i recover from her butter of ot ns u as city council calls S2Si i possible work stoppag S y meetlne determine action to effect closed by strein walkout in dispute over wages but spiritual leader of In end0 at ona lus appeal for an end in violence He said the 5 navy and what is ioij s not m any sense of the onviolent action Mason Cityan Due o Land in New York Mason to arrive B w Black Hawk Bremer Butler Cerro Gordo Chickasaw Clayton Fayette Floyd Frankl in HanJ cock Howard Mitchell Winne Wright neShlek Worth and by color American National Rev Joseph G Inrfan fl Opening Gen SlSr8 H Grah1 state selective service Hon Robert D Blue governor of Iowa 2 SHIPS RETURN WITH VETERANS folloxv ng North lowans arc scheduled on the ere General Morton rt Uiam A Eslhrvlllc Sjl nilliam S Spanker Brill Due at New York on the George the VONllJJBENfROP ASKS CHURCHILL Wants British Leader at Nuernberg Trial Nuernberg Nazi Foreign Minister Joachim von 1 V f p reauesled Saturday inat the international military tri bunal produce Winston Churchill as a witness and declared Churchill lOlfl riTTvi ti ISSUES SEVERE REPRIMANDS TO NAVY OFFICERS Convict Captain on Negligence Charge in Cruiser Sinking Washington The navy an nounced Saturday that Capt Charles B McVay 3rd was guilty of negligence in the sinking of the cruiser Indianapolis hut that the sentence had been remitted and he had been restored to duty At the same time tlic navy is sued severe reprimands against 4 z of them regular navy fa tmC P act when e cruiser became overdue Navy officials said the repri mands In the case of the regular officers might interfere with their future promotion McVay commander oE the ln previwslv had been cleared by a court martial on an other charge of culpable Ineffi ciency This was based on an a egation that he failed to issue a timely order to abandon ship be idfcrtilser went down Juiy Leyte between Guam The court recommended leniency McVay on the ligence charge that he suffered edYe hel navy io be ed by failing to steer a zigzag course m an area in which sun marines might be encountered iue leniency recommendation Isf by Admlral esi J King who was chief of the naval operations at the time of the n which he personal raords e were issued to Commodore N C GUIett who wls w temporary command ol the A r n the A M Granum operations at headquarters and U Stuart B Gibson another member oj the operations staff at headquar ers A letter of admonJ hon was ssued to Lt Cmdr acting port director at tan ha UJIU usvirtit told him before the A Creston Audifor Dies me josta Victory due to dock there iTifr AT i i uciuie me war that England would destroy Germany if she should become too strong The former British prime mfn mer headed a list of 38 Britons Germans and French requested by Ribhentron through counsel with the qualification that more names would he added laier Included were British Lord Londonderry Beaverbrook and Vansittart former French Premier Edouard Daladier and former French Foreign Minister Georges J3OIlTlCt Ribbenlrop asserted that he took the opportunity when Churchill visited the Germany embassy in Ixradon at an unspecified date in the 1930s to talk to him about the necessity of the creation of friendly relations between Ger many and England T Blaze Wipes Out 5 Business Buildings in Muskegon Mich Mich Tw of usiness district lay a mangled mass of ruin Saturday a fire loss of a buildings stretch ing 2D4 feet along the ci ys main Business street were wiped out tow fhat he told Churchill that a strong Ger many winch was now about to realify the The 5 buildinss 2 and es high housed many offices and 3 stor retail stores some apart ces an some anart mente Some of the aparTment fur tiishmgs were saved by fleeinVoc cupants but most of the ftore stocks were destroyed Largest ol D6HSSeS W3S by the w B Hardy company the citys larg est and oldest department stores ARGETOTTS COOLING OFF Voters Prepare for Presidential Election PHArgentinas entered a comuulsorv 9j hour Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday some what colder Sunday lowest St urdav night about 20 degrees a rec T Saturttay M record total of more than 3000 000 to to the polls i i the nations first gen election since 1937 for n D Peron former vice by the auu ouae laTT the of a 4 Party coalition known as the is victory rCSS6 which had uannea the holding of political meetings without a permit was lilted at midnight However the effect was by V the 24hour cool which forbids Saturday Occasional o ui jijjnt snow in Partly cloudy Saturday riTVi L Sunday Colder in northwest portion Sunday Minnesota Mostly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday exr exce extreme southeast portion IN MASON CITY Minimum At 8 a m Sahirday AGO Maximum Minimum 28 25 25 27 e   

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