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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOMf Five a EXPECT MASON PHONE MEETING CONTINUED ON WAGE DISPUTE Unions Set Walkout for 6 a m Thursday Throughout Nation 2hour govern ment conference Wednesday ward nation Progress I Iowa Highway renew their iators arranged efforts promptly Conciliator Edear L Warren SSrarTsasE Before becomins patrol iwf IT hls and before hat he had worked for n Dallas sheriff la The patrol chief retains d in to the R aet LAG He ees Jury Finds forFalkin Suit cents an hour 511 Monroe San Fran on board theGen according A4i iu uie nationa tary academy at West Point a the afternoon company offirisi 5ne brotherhoods iNew York Henry MSVPI says satisfactnr m CCST inUnSef theNational walkout Satlsfactory company offer in less or what happens tions in Cro United Autt bituminous n mnous coal nn L Lewis United Mine WorkS oP a s iminr hno vorkers on March TZ RAIL SYSTEM STRIKE IS DUE MONDAY Progressive Walkout of 2 Brotherhoods to Cripple Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heads of 2 big operating broth set 5 am CST Monday as the deadline for a progressive strike which could paralyze the nations rail road systems The announcement was made at a Press conference called hi Cleve land by A P Whitney of the Trainmens Brotherhood and Al hoJiey fJrhnsion of the Brother Hood of Locomotive Engineers The announcement officially confirmed reports from local of ficers of the brotherhoods in many cities Across the country thatthey Whether the strike will go off as scheduled however was not dear immediately Under the railway labor act President Trti man can appoint an emergency study the Dispute and submit recommendations Such procedure is presumed to forestall any strike from 30 to 60 days said in Washington last month the brotherhoods prob exhaust machinery under the railway labor act Whitney indicated that mail service might be disrupted Svhen he said employes on mail trains have the same right to refuse to Perfornvservice pas those Men in road and yard service are to handle the transport troop trains hospital trains and milk trains with the understanding nc ptfter service is to be performed in connection therewith he said The strike plan calls for the work stoppage fo become effective Monday on one group of roads Tuesday on the second Wednesday on the third group and Thursday on the final group At the same time the railroad managements denounced the strike can as a ft H NO IfcV E TIEUP President Truman Wednesday and dignitaries t U S Seeks Showdown With Russia on Iran Manchuria Hero in the nations capital acted to the impact of Wtasto e sre can as a senseless and flagrant disregard of the railway hTbor act and Special Federal Mediator rf DeWey was aunmonS Detroit to Washington to eCretaiT Labor Schwell department spokesman gton said Dewey was in in view of the impasse negotiations to end the 106day old strike The special mediator will attend afternoon wage talks in Detroit between representatives of the and the 175000 strik Auto Workers board a plane tor Washing UAW called its ni ness l Bought re it11 sPheres of influence There appeared little discount theweight c ls words on American public opjmoiv coming as they did only days after Byrnes told the world this country must stand ready to tiriiTnT o Protect the charter3 nations i Mauled House e Bffl Up for ic Final Ballot badly Weather Report creasing cloudiness and miM followed by decidedly colder and snow flurries in late after noon or night Iowa Clearing Wednesday after noon followed by fair day night and colder in east Thursday increasing cloudiness and rmld followed by snow and decjdedly colder ThtiriHaw i uiutr j ments n some American dlplo o faceTrfrS hat of slate h 1 amone thc chiefs enrw essential to encw xvartime bonds of coopera United states protest sent to Moscow only Tuesday ed Of RUSSia to the the claimed Japanese industries in Manchuria as war booty and had proposed joint operation of 3 Canadas disclosure LThe watered down S lned certain military secrets of 51000000000 in Srisk on Uke that wf a sriMTa to Russian authorities I purchase a home VUh a sma down payment and stitnte sub stitnte for the administration bill administration victorv came however after a coalition and a bloc of I democrats had reiecfnri yp rs of le laea Truman Asks Church Help for Program Columbus Ohio p r foc a renew faith as the nni solution to problems of the atom Mr Truman spoke o a Pi the Churches of Christ i America an organization of mo in ih6 protestant denominatTon n this country His address was a counry His a broadcast around the world good ages and he the id scientist the f atom se heir studies S atomic energy only one soln thf Eovernment of man There s no on h to Withstand west ay afternoon Minnesota Partly cloudy Wednes cder So Thursday mostly cloudy snow north portion and T1 Portion be decidedly colder Thurs day afternoon and night 5 A L t In Iabor A SOVIM announcement that by Continue for a viar S5 IN MASON CITY weather Along with his appeal for a resurgence of Trum3n sharply criticized hose h15 before congress reall bved in the Strike PICKEUJNE TO BE SET UP HERE BYLOCAL UNION Management Personnel Will Attempt to Operate Switchboards The telephone strike will hit Mason City Thursday morning at 6 o clock with only management personnel operating the switch wards it was indicated Wednes The members of the local union f the federation of long is prepared to place pickets around he local building of the North vestern Bell Telephone company ccording to Miles Davis local mon president He expects to see members of other locals including the orthwestern union which in ludes local operators respecting he picket lines and refusing to n tor the building to report for uty he said Miss Mildred Currv local president of the northwest ern i in inn n has asked for rman has asked for thi legislation but thus far southern congressme 9 us ar so congressmen have defeated him not wages or to permit further cnn centration of economic 5 to put ern union could not be reached for a statement Wednesday after noon If employes follow that pro cedure both local and lonr dis tance telephone service will be af fected according to Car K Uwyer iocal manaEcr for North western Bell The company will Uo its best to put ihroueh calls normally handled by however particularly those of an emergency nature he added is urging all its employes to say on the job said in order that service to the public may be protecled The company feels thot uninier rupted service is its first respon sblity and duty as well as that j i Pwsonnol he declared and believes that no controversy can justify interrupting telephone service The company will do its utmost o provide local and long distance service regardless of the strike ho said preference being given to calls essential to public safety health and welfare He urged the public to limit elcphone calls to those of an ur cnt nature in the event there a StflKC According to Dwycr for the past everal weeks the Northwestern Sell Telephone company has been foliating a new wage contract van the northwestern union of elephone workers While there not yet been an agreement n the wage issue involved the nion and the company have been neetmg with a commissioner of ne u S conciliation service in n endeavor to settle wage dif rences he said Pending this settlement how er Dwyer stated that the north cstcrn union of telephone work lTh a on J6 This means that the northwest telephone cannot strike until March IS ac cording to federal law Referring to the Northwestern northwestern union of telephono workers Dwyer pointed out that since 1940 employes of the company have had 5 annual wage increases making an ag gregate increase in basic wafe 6S more 46 per cent above December 1940 levels oiations the an her isn taKCS ccnthe ona would involve OPflTAKTS OFF PRICE CONTROLS Minimum At 8 a m Wednesday Precipitation OF MARDI Devise Own Phone System RiPley Tenn W Tibbs Tenn The heck with it is Moires union spokesmen said I V telephone strike however would not mean immediate ces sation of telephone service but Kradnal deterioration of serVice could lie expected hinges wage and the federation of long lines elephone workers an affiliate oj ihnn of Tele Phone Workers The latter imion VMJUII n ard of h r u tTon of r maha Unit of rnent w Communcations Equip ment Workers union said that if eSr r   

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