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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 26, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT Pro United Pre Full Leased wiro MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 2G 1946 Hk Paper Consists of SectionsSection Ona itify IJA US BRITISH PRESS FOR IRAN ISSUE Lewis OrdersBitaminous Coal Strike Midnight Sunday iiiiirn iFJinrn CALLS 400001 MEN OFF JOBS Lewis Will Insist on New Agreement Before Miners Return to Work Washington L Lewi Tuesday notified bituminous coa operators he will end their pres ent contract this Sunday at mid night and 400000 miners wil stay home with their families next week Lewis at a news conference said There will be no miners blood spilled next week and ha lives will be saved and injurie averted The united mine workers presi dent said there will be no exten sion of the current contract mak ing it clear he will insist on a new agreement before the soft coa miners return to work Lewis said the action is being taken at a time when it will bs least inconvenient to the public There are close to 47000000 ton of coal in storage he added He estimated that for the las couple of weeks the weekly out put has averaged 13000000 ton a record for the industry Lewis said negotiations with the soft coal operators will continue and that anytime we reach agreement we will try to make I effective at tie earliest possible moment Lewis told reporters that coun ter proposals submitted by the operators Monday were a mum ble jumble of something entirely unsatisfactory and not responsive to the necessities of the occasion IOWAN ADMITS LOVE KILLING Put Lovers Husband in River Years Ago Bedford Lenox livestock man admitted Tuesday officials said that he shot his lovers hus band nearly years ago and told how he buried the body twice before finally carting it 200 miles to sink it in the Mississippi river First degree murder charges were filed against Henry Schmitt 62 father of several grown chil dren accusing him of killing Tom my Worm 42 Conway farmer Nov 4 1943 Sheriff J T Caskey and State Agent Robert Gregson said Schmitt admitted shooting Worm and then when it got dark taking the body to his farm with the help of Mrs Worm 41 and burying it in a field The farm near Lenox was rented to tenants The next day the officers said Schmitt told them he became worried so he dug up the body and rebutied it 10 miles northeast of Creston on a then occu pied by a relative A few days later the statement continued he exhumed the corpse drove nearly 200 miles to a point on the Mississippi river south of Keokuk presumably in weighted the body built a raft which would go to pieces when it struck the current and waded into the river pushing Worms body before him County Attorney Ralph C Jones said Schmitt was arrested after a statement was signed fay Mrs Worm in which she admitted a longtime illicit relationship with Schmitt and related Jones asserted that she saw the Lenox man shoot her husband and helped bury him on Schmitts farm No charges have been filed against Mrs Worm Page Diogenes Chicago elderly man hurried into Frank Barones re pair shop and left a pair of high top shoes to be resoled Several hours later the man rushed in breathlessly and asked if Barone had found anything in one of the shoes Yes Barone said There was some money but I put it back The customer took the roll and counted out 51100 in bills Thanks he said and hurried away leaving a bill for Ba rone A new heliumoxygen mixture now enables deepsea divers to descend to greater depths than ever before and to stay under water longer ONETIME ARMY CAPTAIN SWEEPS Former army Capt John Cholewinski wears his service uniform on his streetsweeping job in New York Monday because he said the department of sanitation could not InSSftt t0fft A graduate of the California Institute of Technology Cholewinski said he intended to Strikes At a Glance Work Motors reversed its previous stand bv recalling workers while some local grievances remained unsettled FARM International Harvester Co and the hourly2 Next step toward settlement of the rtnke will be delayed until a report has been rece ved from med ors who withdrew after negotiations had become stalemated strikc asalnst lead smelt over wage increases Additional walkouts threatened U S Asks Ban on Liberating Armies Now Living Off Land nmu Pnrnany the red army but gauged broadly nough to cover the activities of all armed forces SUJteS proposed to 48 members of UNRRAs they adopt the principle hat their military forces refrain rom nunisttipnlnc foodstuffsother than perishable fruUs and vese supplies Deluded in the tJNRRA Reds Begin Withdrawal in Manchuria Without mentioning the purpose this country simultaneously ad racated a barrier against use elief supplies by liberating forces y proposing a ban against im eding in any way the equitable istribution of imported and in igenous relief supplies To give force to the plan the Jnited source of pproximately 75 per cent of JNRRAs that iolation of its plan to assure minimum living standards be met vith a downward readjustment in le aid to the countries whose rmies are responsible C Tyler Wood an army colonel ow with the state department utlined this governments policy Wood said Monday the United fates has full confirmation that n Austria the soviet occupying orces have acquired and are ac niring larffe acreages of land pen which a substantial part food supply of the population epends He added that he had been in ormed that Russia was opposing n UNRRA proposal that oil and asoline necessary for the reliel rogram in Austria shall be pro ided from the indigenous produc on which is now under soviet military control He declared however that his emarks were not aimed solely t Russia A vote on the proposition will omc later m e n t announced Tuesday in keeping with a soviet promise to China to have the last Russian soldier out by the end of April Lin Chich assistant foreign minister in Generalissimo Chiang KaiSheks government officially confirmed Ihestari of the Russian exit from Manchuria The announcement said the gov ernment lacked details But there was every indication that the move was accepted here as the beginning of final and complete pullout by the Soviets A tide of Chinese communist soldiery was reported unofficially e wing into sections r cons or the Manchurian territory in the 41 11 t wake of the wHhdrawTnV army forces Red tfThf the total has that decrease in retail egg CPA PUTS CURB ON BUILDING TO PUSH VET PLAN Forbid Starting New Construction Unless Authorized by CPA Washington govern ment acting to speed construction of homes for veterans Tuesday clamped drastic restrictions on building or repair of virtually all other structures The civilian production admin istration Issued a farreaching or der effective at once forbidding the start of any new commercial or industrial construction unless specifically authorized This applies to such things as stores office buildings road houses theaters and factories The objective is to make more scarce building materials avail able for the 2700000 new homes the government is aiming at dur ing the next 2 years The measure announced by Na tional Housing Expediter Wilson W Wyatt and OPA Administrator John D Small applies throughout the United States It permits completion of any construction already begun pro vided any of the materials which are to be an integral part of the truclure have been incorporated in it on the site before Tuesday and if work is being carried on at present The order does not apply to coni struction repair alteration or in stallation jobs on which the cost does not exceed these allowances 1 Houses designed for 5 or fewer families also farmhouses or other structures such as a yarage on residential a job 2 Hotel resort apartment house or other residential build ing designed for occupancy bv more than 5 a job 3 Commercial or service estab lishment such as office store ga rage theater warehouse radio station gas service 000 a job 4 Farm buildings excluding a job 5 Church hospital school pub lic building charitable institution a job 6 Factory plant or other in dustrial structure used for manu facturing processing or assemb ling Jogging and lumber camp pier structure for a commercial airport or carrier terminal rail way or street car building re WORLD SECURITY COUNCIL OPENS IN NEW YORK CPUPVII vin f i search laboratory pilot plant mohousin tion picture set utility structure including telephone and telegraph gas or petroleum refining or dis tribution except service stations and a job 7 Other a job Under the order no job which ordinarily woud be done as a ordnances ork may lle sub dwellings Charge Lack of Lumber Is Bottleneck DCS Moiiics governors and representatives of 14 mid west states concluded at the end of a daylong housing conference here Monday that the real bot jtleneck causing the housing shortage is the Jack of lumber and other building materials To break that bottleneck the group suggested in 3 resolutions 1 Gradualliquidation ot the office of price administration to be followed by the end of gov ernment control of industry 2 Immediate enactment of leg islation by congress definingthe iulics of OIA with such legisla tion moving to protect the puiilic rather than to fix profits 3 Immediate establishment by the OFA of price ceilings which wil encourage the full production of lumber and other building ma terials A committee composed of the G governors present drew up the resolutions It was headed by Gov Robert D Blue Iowa who sponsored the housing conference Other committee members were Iowas Problem DCS Moines Iowas housingproblem as outlined by the state housing committee By Tan 1 an estimated 90737 units will be needed under construction arc divided for the purpose of coming within the cost allowances How ever a CPA official explained there is no limit on the number of separate jobs which may be un dertaken while the order Is in ef fect Technically the order requires formal authorization before even homes for veterans can be built The National Housing Administra tion expects to give these homes the green light however under its emergency veterans housing program for In other words homes built to sell to veterans at or less or to rent at S80 a month or less will continue to be eligible for priority help in obtaining scarce materials Other more expensive homes will be authorized only when construction will not impede the veterans program Wisconsin The policies of the federal agencies said a preamble to the resolutions have retarded the production and distribution of these materials Men to Attend Vassar College Ponghkeepsie N Y sar college one the nations oldest girls schools will admit properly qualified men to study in regular classes during the pe riod of overcrowding of educa tional institutions because of the return of veterans President Henry Noble MacCracken an nounced Monday night e prices will amount to about 20 cents a dozen by March 1 Ixts for Vets Council Bluffs tamie county has transferred 50 vacant lots to the village of Carter Lake for Mayor Wilson Mabrey of Carter Lake said the lots would be given to veterans to build on and would bring more money to the county from future taxation than they are worth at iihis time Now if 6459 units and 2088 more are au thorized by the federal public housingauthority to municipali ties and schools A housing committee report recommended that cities suspend against substandard those restricting sub divisions of houses and those bar ring or restricting house trailers h VI Ed Griswold of Nebraska and Fred G Aandahl of North Dakota Representatives also attended the conference from Indiana Kansas Michigan Kentucky Ok lahoma Ohio South Dakota and CITY ACCEPTS 4 RESIGNATIONS Charles City Council Goes to Manager Plan Charles City resigna tions of 4 city officials tendered in protest to the hiring of a city manager were accepted by the city council Monday niht effective March 31 Madeline Nicholson was elected city clerk as of April 1 The new city man ager Oscar Hellman of Jamaica is scheduled to take over the duties of the resigned city engi neer and water superintendent The vacancy of assistant city clerk the 4lh resignation was not filled In a previous statement City Engineer James S Davvson charged the new city manager was not qualified to act as city engi neer and threatened legal action if he assumed the duties of that i office before qualified ttl Energy Safe for World Use Washington easier road toward worldwide sharintt of er appeTi P Tuesday with reports discovered how to render plutonium useless for bombmaking These reports Monday said he presented a which urged an international li censing system to control raw ma terials and the production of atomic energy for peaceful uses But the recommendations were quickly overshadowed by state ments 3 senators credited to Ache son that scientists have learned how to denature both plutonium and U235 These are the sub stances which furnish the atoms that are split to release vast pow er One senator who declined to be quoted by name said the problem of sharing atomic energy secrets with the rest of the world may be much simplified if the process is proved in practical op erations He pointed out that if a way can be found to control tightly the worlds supply of fissionable ma terial and if it can be treated to make it useless for explosive pur poses then there need be little fear of the secret manufacture of Abombs But he added that there still is a long way to if the ele ment can be so make certain that it could not be manufactured in the original form in which it was used in the Nag asaki bomb The understanding of all concerned he said is that once the plutonium is denatured it is extremely difficult to return to it its original qualities Acheson gave the committee a report from a special committee of scientists headed by TVA Chairman David E Lilianthal ihe undersecretary said a slate rtmcnt committee he heads indorses the proposals Members said that summed up the report called for establish ment under the united nations or ganization of an authority which would license plants to produce atomic energy for peaceful pur poses The plan reportedly called for the UNO authority to control the aroduction of uranium and tor um both fissionable ores This control would be preceded by a worldwide inventory of mined supplies The report was said to have suggested that the United States after complete security arrange ments had been over to the UNO body the knowhow on the production of atomic en ergy Like those in any other country plants in the United States also would have to be li censed The UNO commission would be process assertcdly would not interfere with iwer for industrial purposes to the senators special atomic eom of State Dean Acheson Mem authorized under the plan to conduct minute inspections of the licensed plants Electric Irons Roll Off Assembly Line Ontario Cal JP General Electric irons rolled off the as sembly line again Tuesday as crews resumed work following a 10week strike shutdown 40 YEARS IN MOVIES Hollywood Actor i Hersholt Tues 40th anniversary the movies NEW TECHNIC IX BABY CAR June Liabo an Australian war bride introduces a new baby carrying tcchnlc in the loop district of Chicago Ninemonthold Paul Roland Liabo her son sit in an Au stralian cuddle scat a cloth sling that goes over the mothers shoulder Af ADMITS WING SECRETS ON RDX Boyer Gave Information to Rose on Explosive Montreal W Dr Raymond RUSSIA WANTS UNO GROUP TO STOP HEARING Russian Ambassador Reveals IranSoviet Pact on Withdrawal New York big 3 split sharply In the united nations se curity council Tuesday with Rus sia trying to block a council in quiry into the Iranian situation and in early afternoon the peace enforcement agency recessed with out reaching a vote The immediate issue was whether the council should accept Irans appeal for a hearing and imt the case on the agenda or re ject It At recess the Brllish American position a l parent ly lacked only one vote of the neces sary majority of 7 Soviet Ambassador Andrei Gromyko said in a statement to the council Tuesday that Russia and Iran had made an agreement for the withdrawal of red forces from Iran and that this was Rus sias report to the council on the situation Byrnes and Sir Alex ander Cadogan of Britain wanted Ihe agreement itself filed with the council Poland stood with Russia Cadogan and Byrnes insisted that both Russia and Iran should report on their agreement on the removal of Russian troops which Prime Minister Stalin officially disclosed to the world Monday night Gromyko said Byrnes position seemed to bo in contradiction to the chatter which says that situa tions only endangering peace and security should come before the council The conditions necessary for the inclusion of the subject on the agenda have not been satisfied Gromyko said It was his 2nd speech to the council his first having been a request for rejec tion of the Iranian appeal for council help His Implication seemed o he Iiat the Iranian situation docs not endanger peace and security for he declared that because of with drawal of red army troops under way since last Sunday the situa tion is no longer the same as II was when Iran appealed to the council 10 days ago Russia opposed having the council take up the Iranian case at least in so far as it was pre sented by complaints lodged with the peaceenforcement agency by Iranian Ambassador Hussein Ala In sharp opposition Secretary of State Byrnes for the United States and Sir Alexander Cadogan for Britain declared the case must be heard Gromyko said there was no need to place the Iranian case on the council agenda for further discus sion because it has been settled by an agreement between Moscow and Tehran Byrnes replied that if Russia had made such an agreement it should have informed the security council and certainly he argued the council would not wish to deny Iran an opportunity to be heard Sir Alexander endorsed the Byrnes declaration Cadogans ar gument went beyond that of Byrnes in registering Britains own complaints against soviet handling of affairs in Iran He said Britain has asked Rus sia for information on the situa tion there and Russia has not re plied The United States likewise has received no repiies to similar notes I hope Cadogan said that the security council may be fully acquainted with any agreement that has been made more particu larly an agreement made while foreign troops were on Iranian soil the new explosive RDX Rose communist and member of parliament and Dr Boyer both face charges under the official se crets act in connection with in vestigation of the soviet espionage rinjr in Canada Dr Boyer a state witness at Roses preliminary hearing said he told Rose what materials were way in passed along the information in the process and the which it was to be used Dr Boyer said the reason l t ivi nour pe about RDX was because he was oclock Tuesday anxinue rln whir T anxious to do what I could iu have the soviet union obtajn the process officially from Canada I take it Canada had refused t uau iciuieci rrecipitati observes to give this information officially YEAR AGO his debut said the prosecutor Maximum Yes Minimum Weather Report FORECAST Boyer McGill chemistry profes T sor and formerly member of the Fair Tuesday night staff of national research council and Wednesday Cooler TurJ testified Tuesday that he gave in nSht warmer Wednesday formation to Fred Rose regarding Iowa Showers and thunderstorms thf now tnV i JUS south and east portions and clearing northwest portion Tuesday Partly cloudy Tues day night Generally fair Wed nesday Cooler Tuesday night Warmer Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Cooler southeast portion Tuesday night Mild temperatures Wednesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Tuesday Precipitation 61 22 64   

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