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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             ANS OF COM NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER JDITED FOR THE HOME J THE NEWSPAPER THAT Five Cents a Copy MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MARSHAL MAUNO1VSKY Says Too Busy SPENCER DAVIS by Russians AP Wirephotol Red Commandant Warns Hands Off Spencer Davis Changchun Manchuria moment want those with By SPENCER DAVIS Associated Press Correspondent is Russias back yard at the ens Manchuria was quoted fo C0me md can for reaching Changchun 0 confirm sucn at a recent banquet reliable sources said and added that If any of interference ivere thrust be tween Russia and China the red army will cut it off The red army currently con des Man by a of I i is represented only and Most Changchun h by 4 p m for fear o accosted by soldiers This caime to Chinese om cialssent hereby the government to take in tillCI the soviet commandant of lion Malinovsky was too busy Leaps 30 Feet to Death From Hospital Bed v lumped 30 feet to his death SS a Jrd story window of the Mercy M Mason City 6 p my noon by lC hospital E P Kennedy adnunistrators have been unable to carry out their duties pending agreement between Bussia and China on the degree ot economic collaboration between the 2 nations in this once rich land 01 dustly and agriculture Chinese officials are housed for Hie most part in one large build ing formerly used by Manchurias j 4 nurse nurse left Shortly after the nurse left Kruggel dashed from hS bed and jumped out a window maintains a small force Since the fatal stabbing o 7 Chinese miniofficials on their return from the collieries in midJanuary there has been no further attempt to take over coal mines The Soviets said they would be unable to guarantee pro tection of officials This same lack of assurance for safety kept of ficials from proceeding to Dairen Only a few have reached Harbin Tnere is considerable gloom among these officials on their im jmediate future i Life is much the same for Chi inese airforce officers here They havea small group at the soviet airfield on the outskirts of Chang chun and are obliged to be in quarters by 4p m They must asi soviet permission for planes K arrive and take off correspondents took the train Tuesda for Mukden and South Manchuria Behind as was the usual elab orate display of Russian flags and tanners along Stalin prospect Changchuns main boulevard with a single American flag fly Ing upside down It typified sov ietAmerican relations in Chang chun at the moment especially since the newsmen so coolly re ceived were the only Americans in the redruled city We were greeted frigidly on our arrival from Mukden Feb 25 were guarded closely and were in terned in a hotel for 2 days and 6 hours Then we were freed but not to see or write about the red army organizations nor were we to proceed farther north We had asked to continue to Harbin Correspondents once tried to visit Malinovskys headquarters seeking to confirm reports we had heard but we wereheld for an hour in a guard house and threat ened with expulsion to South China for daring to approach Name Coach to Set Up VA Athletic Program i Washington V James E Pixlee to head the thletic service of the veterans ad Jimistration was announced JFri tay Pixlee will organize a physical for all patients in veter and institutions patient in the hosptar attendants atten to the incident a most immediacy Placed on a stretcher was born Study Rock Strata of that oil TRUMAN NAMES BOARD DELAYS RAILROADTIEUP Will Defer Progressive Walkout 30 to 60 Days Points Out Settlements Washington Tru man named a 3man factfinding board Friday in the dispute threat emng a nationwide railroad strik He appointed Judge Lcif ErieK son of the Montana supreme cour Frank M Swacker New Yor lawyer and Gordon S Watkin of the economics department of th University of California to inquir into the grievances of two railroa brotherhoods The naming the board auto matically under custom will defe for 30 to 60 days a progressiv walkout which the Brotherhood 01 Locomotive Engineers and Hail road Trainmen had scheduled t start Monday Mr Truman announced the ap pomtmcnt of the board at a new conference He took the occasion afco ti note that wage questions in th rubber and telephone Industrie had been settled strictly on a co lective bargaining basis and in a manner satisfactory to both sides This Mr Truman commented was done without any ballyhoo Futhermore the president said there have been hundreds of such settlements which have received no notice settlements by the CIO AFL and independent unions Mr Truman remarked it was too bad that the people who do the nght thing cant get as much pub licity as those who constantly run to the newspapers for it Answering a questionthe pres ident said flatly he would not in tervene m the strike as suggested by Detroit city officials GIFT BACON Hastings Nebr C C Harrison of Los Angeles who says her familys supply of bacon in the last three years was two pounds is going to get a surprise package from pounds of bacon Mrs Harrison had written But cher Karl Kauf and asked if she could purchase the 10 pounds of bacon one of Kaufs customers had rejected The customer who dur ng the war would joshingly order LU pounds of bacon recently had ie turned it down a Ut said he sent the slab to Harrison as a gift OPTIMISTIC TRAVELER r8 110 to Os a Ph fc o to who left the Hotel Hanford Friday mornine for rS AT BTBuckham and company soon as possible he said watching Bd cf 18 J Ve Bot to ffet theie Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Snow ending Friday evening followed by fair and cold Friday night and Saturday Diminishing northerly winds Friday night with lowest tem perature 2ero to 5 above Iowa Snow in east portion Fri day evening followed by fair and cold Friday night and Sat urday Low temperatures Fri day night a above zero extreme SwM5 Minnesota Fair and cold Friday night with cold wave extreme southeast portion Low tempera ture Friday night 10 to 15 be low northeast to zero south east and zero to 10 above west portion Increasing cloudiness with rising temperature Satur day Occasional light snow northwest portion IN MASON CITY lobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 o clock Friday morning Maximum 45 Minimum 23 At 8 a m Friday 23 Snow 415 inches Mason City Digs Out From Inches of Snow in State Storm Freight Line Terminal Is Hit by Fire The offices of Cordle Cartage company Mason City terminal tor 3 large Iowa freight lines were damaged by fire and water Friday afternoon The local company nets as distributor here for McCoy of Waterloo Ruan of Des Moines and Bos of Marshalltown The fire destroyed about 40 by 30 feet or the roof of the office area the fire department arriving in time to keep it from io the warehouse space Cause of the fire was not determined yet Fire Chief uls snowploiw were clearing bilked highways Friday whi repalred an P so bright in the south accord ing to a report from the highwa commission Heavy snow was re ported in Wright Franklin att Butler counties and oa south T The Jefferson Transports tioi company reported a bus tied un a s ai graduate of the Uni yrsity of Missouri has been ath luc director and football coach Washington Oklahoma A HUE MSIAGES AP Wirephoto via radio result of sabo the Queen Eliza was carrying Ca The blaze started in the isofa fion hospital on the port side CHARGE CHANGE IN PAULEY FIGHT Tobey Says Supporters Pledged Withdrawal Totey charged Friday that upportere of Edwin W Pauley had reneged on an informal agree ment for withdrawal of his nomin ation as under secretary of the nav navy Tobey obviously irked at the turn of events told reporters that never in my experience has such a definite promise been made and reneged upon as was made to me m the last 48 hours Asked if this was a promise that would withdrawal r w the nomination he replied that I H u U11M at ivevaaa busses arrived from De Momes nnd bus service was down Between Des Moines and Kansa East and west traffic was re ported open and the bus service to the north was operating The Win nebago Lines reported operations e easand to Fort Dodge The Mason City Motor Coach company was operating in the citi on schedule after its snowplow nad cleared the way early Friday Roads and streets were slippery but the snow was packed and the iic mat some things are so obvious that they dont need comment Pauley told reporters when the committee recessed its hearings at noon that he had not received or sent any letter to President Tru man concerning possible with drawal of his name Asked if anv of his supporters had participated in such an exchange of corres pondence he replied that he did not know Two senators who declined use of their names said there had been an exchange of letters between the president and Pauley They said this upset an agreement for the California oil man to quit Saturday his fight for confirmation Pauley himself however told the committee he intended to stay m the fight asserting no real tuxsciuuy no real man quits under honest man withdraws when he knows he is right At the same time Pauley lashed out at Harold L Ickes former secretary of inter ior and other critics See Hope for House Bill in Senate Debate auuw was PPCKCCL and the wxy was open to traffic Railroads reported little trouble from the snow The Milwaukees early morning train was practically on time and the crew reported about the same amount snow east of here as in Mason City Striking at western Iowa dur ingthe night the storm moved eastward across he state contin uing an central anfl eastern areas Friday as skies cleared in the Airlines cancelled stops at Ees Moines where intercity bus serv ice also was halted for a time Schools were closed for the day m many towns as the storm raged but at Creston a temporary citv power failure left the high school and junior college without heat forcing them to close Friday morning Towns without telephone serv ice included Grant Emerson Henderson Braddyville S h a m baughCoin Northboro Blanch ard Farragut Riverton and Col lege Springs Major state highways wer blocked in the general vicinity o T l f h ff but it originated between oof e cellmg and the wooden Water soaked the office records according to W R Cordle as weU VMM SmaU amount of flight which was stored in an adjoining small room The building owned by the M son City Investment companv well as the freight and offic equipment owned by Cordle wer all protected by insurance The offshift of the fire depart ment was called in lo help kce he fire from spreading to th reight warehouse anil the P G i E warehouse all of whichar n the same building A tile wal cnarates the P G E ware iUteufrolJ1 lc othcrs anfl hel back the fire which was confine M the northeast corner of th huge structure Approximately 90000 pounds o highly inflammable insulated wir is stored in the P G E ware house according to Howard J eiber purchasing agent who wa at the scene of the fire Report Russia FavprsFrench PlanonSpain FEELS REDS TO COOPERATE IN GROUPS WORK Vigorously Asserts Organization Will Not Be Allowed to Fail Washington Tru man vigorously asserted at news conference Friday that the Zf would not be allowed to collapse and expressed confidence that sovhft Lut tuza Friday and F Craill general manager of the Cunard White Star line hinted of the possibility of sabotage Firemen quickly ex tinguished he flames I dont want to say that it Js sabotage but certain views have been expressed Craill com mented I do not think there uAianoma A of and Westminster tmVtnSe The announcement said the fire the 13th ship blaze at British ports within the last 5 weeks was dis covered by the lines oA ifre pa Cunard line officials said dam age was not extensive although thousands of tons of water were poured into the ship during oerp enae dem ocrats Friday gave President Tru mans bobtailed housing bill a fighting chance to regain some of We important ground it lost in the Majority Leader Barkley Ky Iwted administration strategy ihJ C move to tocoTporZie the legislation into a projected J Program which already has bipartisan backint in the senate The new homes issue shifted over to the senate when the house passed a muchmodified version 01 the administration bill Thurs ote 3 to final draft was minus 2 maior provisions urged by Mr Truman ceilings for existing homes and a 5600000000 subsidy fund to boost production of building ma where n inches sno The state highway patrol re ported most other highways open but extremely hazardous with ice and packed snoxv Rain preceded tne snow m most sections Tern nrat1rCf ere in the s but high winds nnd colder weather were forecast Truck transportation was halted or delayed by the storm The highway patrol stopped all trucks at storm Lake because snow Plows were unable to clear the highways immediately The highway commission listed au primary routes still open Fri m0rine but the rtads pass able only with difficulty The highway patrol said highways throughout the state were ex tremely hazardous with ice and packed snow while highway 64 from Guthrie Center to the Shelby county line and highway 71 from h to Proposal to take the Spanish question before we united nations security coun Diplomatic officials in h W3S certain fh States Jie trench plan contending that tne Franco regime whatever else t might be is not a threat to in ernaliona peace and security and nence not a proper subject for the security council The British have replied to France but the answer has not been published Statements by roreign Secretary Ernest Bavin ind other British officials indi ated Great Britain would decline o join France in the undertaking or substantially the same reasons dvanced in Washington The Madrid radio continued its punteroffensive against the anti ranco campaign abroad declared fiat the United Stales Britain and France Friday are inciting an ther Civil war in Spain These governments which so encrously express their hope that Pain may not again be subjectec o the horrors of Civil war im Itcitly incite us to civil strife by leir note which craftily provokes his warfare by deceptions for there is no place in Spain he radio quoting the Madrid ewspaper ABC said Thursday It is not we but a million dead who raise an impassable bar er against the handing over of i 1ver to the Judases and Cains wer whose only methods are treason and slander The presidents comment was prompted by Questions about what happen if Russia declines to comply Wih the United request for the immediate Th fVit from situation Mr Truman A reporter then suggested that raight wean a coUapse of the world peace agency The president disagreed strong ly assertmg that the UNO would not be allowed to collapse iven if Russia vent down a oneway street a reporter pesldent replied he did not ee Official Washington anxiously awaited Moscows reply countrys request forP fmmed a I Iran Ot RUSSian Some officials believe that reply Nikolai V Novikov chargedat faires of the Russian elbassv hls Iirst diplomatic rail on Sacrrtarv of State Lid however that he did not discuss either of the 2 United States notes sent to Moscow TuS and proposals for soviet Declaring that the United 1 Cannot remain Indiffcr nt to Russia decision to keep roops in Iran the note released Thursday night said the ction was contrary to 1 The RooseveltStalmChureh 1 declaration in Tehran Dec J 3 governments maintenance of the in Fnday morning Iowa Mayor Dies Dehart tarmer who served 2 ayor of Mount Ayr Jay following a heart at k t1S survved by his widow whom he married 53 years aao this month and 4 children CARDINAL GLENNON John Cardinal Glennon has fall en inlo a semicomatose state and anything can be expected his secretary Monsignor John n 7 Friday jn Dublin Ireland A medical bnl letm said he had developed ur emia in addition to the lnvg in forced Wm lo earlier this week ledged withdrawal of all foreu roops from Iran by G months af ter he end of the March 2 Principles of the united na The note expressed the earnest hope that Rllssia would do Ite part by withdrawing immediate y all soviet forces from the terri tory of Iran to promote Uie in ternational confidence which is so or Pcacefu Progress among the peoples of all nations Seek Return of Trio in Snatch Case BesMoines Chief R W febergali of the state bureau of investigation said Friday that Iowa was seeking return of 3 of the 8 persons who were rounded UP in a police raid on a Chicago apartment Wednesday night Iowa authorities want to try 2 men and a woman who Chicago Police Capf John T said had confessed kidnaping John Mahnfcc Iowa highway patrolman at Denison last Nov ZK The 3 for whom Iowa has a wanted order were named as Robert Lee Robertson 25 SI Louis and his wife Margaret 21 Feiix Walter Kargol 29 Chi ago Capt OMalley said Robert on was the apparent leader of the ang and talked freely about Execute 13 Japanese for Murdering Aussies San Francisco Thirteen convicted Japanese war crimtaS were executed by an Vquad on Morotai island Friday Australia Ported They had been sentenced to die Australian military i the broadcast said   

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