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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME MAKES Au NQRTH IOWANS ThU Paper consist o Two ScclKrnsScrtlon On IRAN JOINS U S TO BLOCK REDS ON UNO DELAY Sends Protest on Postponement U S Presses for Meeting Lowly Private to Wear Some Army Uniform as Officers uniforms are on their way out of the NATIONS WANT which has protested to the united notions the aligned itself with the United States Fri 5ay opposing a soviet request e meetin of the nation y council be delayed 16 would set back the opening meet ins from next Monday to April 10 inevitably result in in creased harm to the interests of Iran Hussein Ala Iranian ambas to T ihe Iranian letter came several hours alter President Truman flat ly declared that the scheduled meeting of the powerful security council would not be postponed and that the United States delega tion would press for action on the Iranian case But Andrei AI Gfomyko Bus sian amoassador replying to the presidents statement said security council action now on the Iranian dispute would merely complicate it Russia had requested postpone ment of the meeting on the grounds that it needed more time to prepare its side of Ihe case Soviet Ambassador Andrei Gronijko made an unheralded call on President Truman at the white house Friday His visit followed by a day a conference with Secretary of State Byrnes This was described as a courtesy call There was no immediate information available on the purpose at Gromykos av executive mansion officer caste and privileges The first capitol hill comment was all for the ciiange mment Chairman May Dky of the house military committee told re porters this should encourage larger volunteer enlistments RePMelvin Price AT T 5ad sounds good to me I think it will help enlist ments and will do away vith some of the bad feeling that ex ists between officers and men There has been no hint yet that he navy contemplates a similar move That service is experiment ing with modernizing the tradi tional seamans uniform Changes in officers uniforms also are be uis studied The war departments decision was not considered radical by olc army men who pointed out that except for insignia there was no worn bi wi at a time when e Kline Says Meat Black Market Myth black market in meat of which pack ly is What ihe packers plaining er of dav day They of is that they ate in danl losing their government Thurs ould say so and not Under the order issued Thurs day night all personnel will wear battle jackets and trousers of the same olive drab shade now used m enlisted mens clothing For summer and tropical wear the duty uniform for all ranks will continue to be the familiar khaki with the r jacket in terial addition of a tropical wors battle ma 4 Reveal Russia Hasnt Produced Wheat Due for Purchase by France av nson About the time Gromyko en tered the white house Byrnes dis u at the state department that he will represent the United States on the united nations se council during discussion War shipping inistration officials here ha vf disclosed that Russia has not yet 590000 tons o France r nd barley s Iranian dispute Monday in of the Russian The council New York Unanimous agreement by the members of the security council is needed to postpone the meeting and opposition to the delay already has been voiced by representatives of China Australia and Great Britain Iran is not a member of the security council Hussein Alas letter released here Thursday niht by UNO of ficials said the Iranian govern ment hoped that consideration of its case against the soviet union will not he delayed At ihe conference in London decision was postponed upon the merits the earlier dispute pend ing negotiation between ihe par ties the letter said and added These negotiations have failed Meanwhile March 2 the date fixed by the tripartite treaty has passed and the soviet troops have not been withdrawn The obligation of the soviet government to withdraw its forces from Iran is not a proper subject for negotiation under the charter of the united nations or the constitution of Iran The delays thus far permitte have intensified the critical con ditions in my country caused b the failure of the soviet union t withdraw these tpops The sfat of affairs is very grave and fur ther delays would inevitably re suit in increased harm to the in terests of Iran said Thursday rican ships that had been made available to the rn Hf eSSa oe grain to France finally weighed anchor and left after soviet port cannot make charges that hacked up with facts If black market prices are be ing paid for meat then it must be selling at more than ceiling prices on the retail market and I dont believe the average retailer of meat is dishonest any more than the average meat packer The packers have declared that eastern slaughter houses were paying overceiling prices for live cattle m midwest markets and thus diverting beef into illeiti mate channels Kline said a large number of small independent slaughter houses had been established in eastern states which have been li censed by the U S department of agriculture However he said that as far as he could ascertain price ceilings were not being violated He explained that these small packers were licensed to grade their own beef while large middle west packers are federally inspect ed and the government inspectors grade the This may result he explained n the eastern packers paying the top or premium prices for cattle whicii under federal inspection would grade only for lowergrad commercial or utility beef The packers problem is ivith ne agriculture department not the OPA Kline said ARMY DESTROYS WAR WFARYPr7wF tion on an airfield at L Strikes At a Glance ivcimouc vote on Westinghouse wage en tii tieup union locals are linrtv J 2LwlH remam closed until work o eo work One out every 15 IT S fam lies is dependent on milk for a lowan In Crash Fairfieid Ca Lt Francis G Weiant copilot of Oelwein lovva was identified Thursday by the ATC as one of the victims in the HonoluluMain land B29 crash early Tuesday Trainmen GiveMinniellope of Walking came in St Louis URSo many dreams came true for Minnie Rose Webb Friday that the tears spite of everything tram the waist down by a spina anaesthesia 3 years aso had of a ride on a train A T i Jake carried her on to the streamlined one like she had e se had watched whiz past her simple cottage so many times back home m Tennessee That wish came true Friday morning when she arrived in St Lo for treatment hospital at the doctors Uft Ti milieu Jlel on lo 111 HprOLf Chickasaw Lim ited at Rialto The good people of that village had passed the hat and presented her with SSI spending money t back oack s she pulled off her tult and prepared her for the journey to St Louis Minnie Rose and her mother accompanied by Mrs Earl i and Mrs John McNamara whose husbands had waved to the said whisper n especially for Rose shortly afler nifd mght just as she dreamed it would duiing the 3 years she sat on the front porch of her farm ave o e phkl hundreds ot times as they in a I sped an to the trainmen momcn home aboard It was Illinois Central trainmen who made her trip to St Louis possible They had noticed that she always waved to them of her URGE ELECTRIC CHAIR FOR SiTTS Juiy Finds Killer Guilty of Murder Dcadwood S Dak Sidney Sitts 32 was found guilty of first degree murder late Thurs day by a circuit court jury which recommended he be put to death in South Dakotas electric chair Says Canada Communists in Spy Work Montreal Gouzenko he governments key witness in the soviet espionage case testi fied Friday that the common st Parti m Canada was used as a He said the CanadianSoviet friendship organizations were used as a screen for the pur pose of preparing for future events which could he the Krounds for ir flussia Gouzenko said was pur lln twoface policy in friendship organiza nothing to do with Ike Now for Extension of Draft 1 Year Washington Dwight p Eisenhowers advocacy of an indefinite draft law extension was modified Friday by Secretary who said Eisenhower now wants a oneyear extension 1uKerson told the house mill ami which he Esonhoxvor testified Thurs day that he rmrt the chief or staff HOW are agreed a Patterson said he and Eisen hower were in full agreement iled to is months that fathers be inducted and thit lathers now in uniform should te released by lalo summer Paltcison said that the in Members of Hiss military inclusive both senate committee and AS u KCJinn sfIecllve should be kept alive beyond ils May 15 cv iradoi date Bt there was Icarcul agreement on how llie 2 committees retiirnod to he subject after long teslimonv ome of u in secret hursday by 1 Secretary of State Uyrncs vho was reported by members to he senate committee hat Ihose charged witl g friendly relations with which the lions had creating Lanndu Hu charged moreover that Russian security police are operating in Canada and tha some are in the soviet embassy Oouzenko was asked by Prose cutor P Philippe Brais if some of in the T any Jurors deliberated 2 hours and 2 were in Canada minutes voting he murder con viction on the first ballot and the death penalty on the 3rd they in formed the court Judge Charles R Hayes set March 30 at 10 a m oner being held doubled guard last December I understand yes Gouzenko testified he WT checked by the KKVD the de partment of intelligence formerly known as the OGPU Asked if any of the KKVD ere in Canada he replied Some are in Canada Are there any at the soviet embassy in I understand yes Canada with Deactivate 97th Division gtobetrolting Trident division will be in activated March 31 Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Cloudy and cooler inday night and Saturday with scattered showers Friday night Lowest temperature Fri day night near freezing and cooler rnaay night and Saturday with scat tered showers Friday night and 11 extreme east portion Satur Minnesota Generally fair north Cloudy south Friday night and Saturday with occasional rain ow extreme south Friday Colder south Friday 3nd Saturdiy becoming warmer northwest Saturday IN MASON CITY for weather statistics i lor 24 hour period endine at R oclock Friday morningg 8 I Maximum Minimum o i At 8 a m Friday 49 60 34 AGO Maximum Minimum I State taw calls for the setting of a week for the execution within 13 months after conviction and p solc responsibility for RIJJVO in the governors office bitis was convicted of killing Tom Matthews special state agent near Speirfish Jan 24 Also slam at that time was Sheriff uu ULen crjpplccl Dave Malcolm of Butte county 3 years ago as the result of a who had accompanied Matthews spinal anaesthesia injected for an m efforts to halt Silts flight from I appendectomy jail in Minneapolis g They had never had enough money to send her to a hospital to see if an operation would make her walk again Ihey explained A few days later McNamara instead of running down to the tracks like other children did One day McNamara a freight tram conductor stopped his train at the to get ac quainted Minnie Roses parents told him their daughter had been crippled led to Moscow Col Ramonov ana their purpose was lo oran ize the staff of the military at tacne at Ottawa used 16 again stopped his train in front of the Webb home This time he IB brought a wheel chair for Minnie I BuenaVWi Rose the gift of 1C trainmen i rom then on she was the vho sweetheart of the trainmen and and STUDYlAMMER ATTACK VICTIM Joan Conlon1 Clarion Taken to Des Moines Conlon 3 who Saturday when struck Sai that the car believed the head with a hammer by y James Mat J1 mother r Capture Escapee Storm Lake C R by James Matthew Carter m his escaoe from fho they began collecting a fund to take her to a hospital Kidnapers of Patrolman Admit Illinois Breakin Sprinfffield HI Lee Robertson 25 his wife Margaret Z4 and Walter Felix Kargol 39 who face Iowa charges of kidnap ing State Patrolman John Mahnke at Demson Iowa last Aov R have pleaded to federal charges of breakmg into an Illinois post office The trio waiving grand jury in dic ment under new federal crim nal procedure pleaded guilty to taking S73874 in stamps and cash from the Medora 111 postoffee Jast December They also pleaded guilty to charges If breaking into the Winchester tfice with intent to commit he ly iai vas re near Carroll aPed Wednesda at laewas wanted ciumonucs connection with a chain ot rob beries u n has been quoted ohce Captain John T mg tt A fourth member of the ale Sang declined to waive inSicto mother Mrs Lee Conlon rm afterwards took her Moines the me of her injuries Hampton recovering but covern outcome of the brain injury is ii iC nty for the nations security are larmcd lest there not be enough ew soldiers and sailors o replace lose now entitled to come home 2 Secretary of the Navy Forrcs h as lhe senators hat the navy could not hope to et the men it stilt needs if ectivc service dies 3 Secretary nf Patterson who asked both the houce and sennte committees to recommend a oneyear extension 4 General of he Army Dwight Li Eisenhower who told the house group that the world situation i such that the draft should be ex tended not for a year but Imlef imtcly Eisenhower was quolcd as telling the senators that the mili tary security of the nation in fu ture wars requires among other things an outlying base system built around modern landbased air power backed by necessary ground and service forces 5 Gen Carl Spaatz chief of ihe army air forces who was said to Tu T mamed 1C senae group that the possibilities of atomic warfare further accentuate the need for the maintenance ot ade quate air forces in being Summing up the testimony after the closed senate committee ses sion Acting Chairman Austin R yt gravely told reporters it was to this effect That ihe international situation is such as to make more clear the necessity extending the selec tive service acl Most members of the house committee balked at Eisenhowers request for indefinite extension nnd displayed little sympathy for Pattersons idea of a 1 year ex tension Says Fear of War Is Caused by Actions of Certain Political Groups London Minister Stalin told the Associated Press friday J am convinced that neither the nations nor their arm us arc striving for a new war the Moscow radio said They want peace Stalin said the interview as broadcast from Moscow and arc striving for a guarantee of peace means Stalin added that the present fear of war is aused not from that quarter I mink tliit the present fear of war is caused by the activities of cer pohtical groups who occupy new war and sowing the seeds of discord ana lack confidence cow said AP Correspondent Gilmore asked Stalin what cance he attributed to the a mcans ol If the unilcd nations oreanizi tion succeeds in continuing to pre seive the principle of equal rights it will undoubtedly play a PMiliyc role in the cause of guar am unversal peace and st then wns isiced ihc sinP i zaD11 since it is a serious instrument for erCnSCnSCTall0n and in lernauoiial security The strength of this intcrna acT onsiEls iact that it is based on the orin cile of the equality of tl c rights Ot tho nf c eo of the freedom loving The iadio said Slalin replied it is necessary that the publi 1 rPburf remam wihout clue rebuff on the part of the public and press so that the incendiaries P cech Peace and may have nn chance of misusing freedom o against the inloresls of old Girl 4 Accidentally Hangs Self in Detroit Delroit year OKI Barbara Jean Jenks lost her life Thursday in freak accident while playing in the yard of her home Police Inspector William De isle said Barbara was alone when she apparently threw a rope over a clothes line the loose end M10 rope entwined a SH er neck and hanging her lhe girls body was discovered by a brother Lawrence 12 Storms that clear the air of in ects frequently bring starvation tflc wing1 gls Can Walk With Jap Girls But No Public Smooching Yonr Carriir cannot afford to vreck anyone for morc than one by military police All urgamza ions commanders were instructed to read the order to the personally and to take measures to ensure compliance mention was made of fra termzation conduct with the in creasing number of American women arriving in Japan Eichelberger emphasized that his order was not aimed at abol ishing fraternization but he lot of things going on in pub had to slop Tne question of fraternization has been raised officially cupalon torces in Japan J I a public dis y of affection by men in uni form towards women of any na tion is in poor taste this so in among those who were so recent cncmies where the people never have been accm tomed to such demonstrations The sight of our soldiers walk ing alon jualjy i well as the streets with their Japanese girls is DESPITE RAP Truman Says Claim by Nimiiz Not in Line WTlie congres sionji fijuc to Hive the navy ihc extra 52100000000 it wanl fiiuned momentum Fridav desiMte a Presidential rap at the sea arm h nWIakcl plcclKCl1 a rencwca drscAh T hC fU vlmV y AamChester w nivv 3Si C sum thn fleet naintain a strone The budget bureau slashed that Eure to 000000 and nih 4 nnd olher lop admirals have since tokl a house naval committee nqur that this would require drastic retrenchments in fighting ships mnnpoxvcr and research President Truman told his news conference Thursday that the statement by the naw was not in line with Ihe facts He did not referred to but a while house official who demanded anonymity told 1 re porter later the chief executive was shooting at Nimilz The latter hnd told the house committee that the projected cut would jeopardize the nations de fense and ils position in vorld af Saying there has been a misun derstanding that ought to be fiTS Up Mr Truman asserted that Budfjcl Drcclor Harold Smith will appear lo explain Ihe whole Mason City G I Lands in New York Pfc William H Williams was scheduled to have arrived in New board the Gustavus Adolphus Victory Thursday ac cording to an Associated Press dispatch received here use morc   

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