Mason City Globe Gazette, June 15, 1946

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 15, 1946

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Saturday, June 15, 1946

Pages available: 12

Previous edition: Friday, June 14, 1946

Next edition: Monday, June 17, 1946

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Mason City Globe GazetteAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Pages available: 311,935

Years available: 1901 - 1994

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.17+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Mason City Globe Gazette, June 15, 1946

All text in the Mason City Globe Gazette June 15, 1946, Page 1.

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1946, Mason City, Iowa r NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME GF THE NEWSPAPER THAT WAKES ALL NORTH JOVVANS NEIGHBORS Catch RETURN I MEN TO NEW CELLS IN INSTITUTION Statewide Search Ends in Capture of Convicts on Farm Near Preston Anamosa escaped convicts object of a statewide search after they fatally injured a guard and fled Anamosa state re formatory Wednesday were back 3 at the Escaped Killers of Iowa Guard The z men were captured late Friday on the farm of Henry rranzen of near Preston Iowa An intensive manhunt centered in that area after pursuing police of ficers shot holes in the tires of a stolen automobile in which the convicts sped through Maquoketa in the early morning Of first deeree murder 1 2 2 and escape probably will be placed against the 2 menCharles Larson 21 Fort Dodge Iowa and Louis Ho fer 3o Indianapolis R W Nebergall chief of the state bureau ol criminal investigation said at Des Momes Asked if the men would be placed in solitary Foss Heis warden of the reformatory an swered in the negative saying he didnt want every reformer talk ing about the institution He said woud be placed in new he Was There are no such things the wardenanswered The men were muddied to the waists from wading a creek and tired and bedraggled from 12 miles wandering after their auto mobile was shot up Davis said neither man was armed when cap tured and both were very docile after they were taken info cus tody Larson lost a shoe in the pursuit JheT convicts slugged Guard John Hinz 49 with a claw ham mer wnen they made their escape from the reformatory Hinz who had been employed at the reform atory 24 years died of his in juries Thursday Hofer sentenced to 25 years for robbery with aggravation was captured first after the pair was sighted along a railroad rightof way in a community known as Old Browns station Hofer surrendered immediately to Leonard Kaufmna and Ed Holtz Maquoketa farm ers who had joined the posse Larson sentenced to 5 years for larceny broke for the woods with one of the farmers shooting at him but missing He was captured an hour later and about a mile away by State Patrolman Ralph Vermillion 2 Dubuque county deputies and a farmer Hofer told ofjicers after the capture of the 2 men that it was he who wielded the hammer on Hinz Sheriff Bert Morehead of Jackson county reported He said Hofer told officers it was his idea to do this Exclusive of purchases lor ex port traction equipment freight cars and other products Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co has orders for more than 1200 postwar model passenger rail cars The orders represent an expendi ture of nearly by the railroads Atom Bomb Offer hidicotes U S Seeking Peace System Saturday that Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday with scattered thunder shswers Sat urday night and again late Sun day afternoon Warmer Satur day night and continued warm and humid Sunday Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with scat tered thundershowers Warmer Saturday night and in east por tion Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday Thunder showers east portion Saturday night warmer south and east portions Saturday night and near Lake Superior Sunday Slightly cooler extreme north west portions Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Minimum 63 At 8 a m Saturday 64 Precipitation 1 59 YEAR AGO Maximum go Minimum 59 COFFEE PRICES MAY BE BOOSTED Washington govem considering a plan to in A spokesman for the office of econorrnc stabilization said that if tne plan is approved the nrirp boost will be passed along to con sumer iii what form it should take he added is under study The security council might con ceivably become this powerful in ternational guardian if the vet power is scrapped this informan K outtmed the situatio substantially as follows The United States has th atomic bomb The United State wants peace and means to hav it The United States will sacri fice the atomic bomb if adequat world security and atomic energj controls are set up but the Unit States will not destroy on bomb until the nations of th world including this country o course have set up this world or gamzation by treaty Thus the United States wa represented as being in a posi lion to attain peace by an old fashioned the bomb fo the peace Bernard HI Barnch ed states elder statesman 4y proposed 16 the United Nations atomic energy commission the creation of an internationa atomic development authority to control all phases of devefopraen and use of atomic energy Further he proposed that when sumers who buy coffee h will from be fwJ i w be reflected however in the price of a scent cup of coffee sold at re He pointed out that no action will be taken to increase prices on coffee until the present subsidy the Commodity ends June 30 Farmers Spectacles Found in Load of Hay UJm Minn s a an adequate system has been es tablished including the renuncia tion of the bomb as an instru ment of war the United States fl lgree to cease manufacture the bomb and the destruction of existing bombs Baruch emphasized that the veto power must be scrapped as it affects atomic energy control For nn For a long time farmer Mike Hegler had believed that search for his tacles lost last Recently Hegler had his glas tnfTmJ vload of h arn from source suggested that the SJatfs was in Position to go even furtherto lay the bomb on the table with the veto and agree to scrap the bomb if the big power nations holding the veto would agree to scrap the the world security setup iource pointed out that the States has been through 2 world wars that peace is the prime objective now and the na tons must find peace through whatever means that will work If this idea does not work others must be tried Radiated colors of fluorescent and homc grits and the cathoderay tubes of television re ceivers can be standardized to pin point accuracy by use of the elec of a photoelectric tronic eyes co which can describe the ability of the naked eye COLONEL WAG DENY CHARGES Washington Jack W Durant and Capt Kathleen B Nash Durant denied through their SHIPPING PEACE ONLY 1 MINUTE BEFORE STRIKE Unions Claim Sweeping Gains Under New Pact in Shipping Industry shadow of a crippling maritime strike lifted from the nations busy wa terfronts big tieup cancelled exactly one minute be fore it was to begin A hectic nickoftime settle ment ended tlie proloneed and stormy labor dispute even as crews were quillirifr their ships and picket formed The agreement which seven maritime unions hailed as a sweeping victory saved the coun try from having a third major labor emergency piled on top of the coal and rail crises And it heralded least tempor the shipping industry for the first time since last July Because of the lastminute na ture of the settlement some con tusion prevailed in several Am erican ports as seamen and dock workers discussed ratification of the new wagehour pact But an announcement by Harry Bridges and Joe Curran that it represented an unprecedented triumph for he unions was count ed on to expedite approval by the rankandfile and insure no im portant interruption in merchant marine operations ell keep em sailing prorn Curran who is cochairman iSes of the committee for maritime unity m the strike threat deadlock came Friday night at 10 P m after a day of sus pense and an evening of helter skelter chaos at the labor depart ment It was then union leaders ana employers began signing the documents that meant they had agreed at last Only 60 seconds later the strike deadline arrived in New Yorl Boston Philadelphia and other easf rnuf PATTERN FOR PRUSSIAN again r call for the partition 3tUrday that ae1 Whlch with hPl with the Kronberg castle jewel Their atlorncy Capt Frank 31 the ihe any ttat copies of charges if against the couple e not hat uas demanding Colonel Durant and his wife be released from custody The Durants have been held in t lor w 9 week in emova 1 nf of the emoval of the Hesse royal JeweK Kr0h morefrom Kronberg castle jn Germany assistant staff judge advocate of the mil ary district of Washington who vas assigned as interim course Durant and aid he issued the statement on heir request to correct certain mpressons that have apparent y been creAed by information pr viously conveyed to the public Crosse Wis Plans o Electrocute Bugs La Crosse Wis The cit S to ian 2 lurinB nfthlm a WOUW be than hiring men and trucks rounTTh that swarm orp y SileCt and n i8 Uxfvery night an Harry Newburg said Newburg introduced the fellow east coast ports Saturday these main facts emerged from the settlement of the most complex and confusin big labor dispute in recent years 1 A powerful new labor al liance the committee for mari time unity composed of seven unions claiming 214 000 members had sailed successfully through its first test under the joint leadership of Bridges and Curran 2 By threatening a disastrous strike it had won from the govern ment and the private ship opera tors large wage increases and other concessions 3 Not only that but it served notice it will come again in September Bridges agreed to the settlement only as far as Sept 30 and said his west coast long shoremen will seek still higher pay at that time CIO radio oper ators and engineers also have contracts expiring Sept 30 High Winds and Storms Hit in Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High winds and drenching thunderstorms visited virtually every section of the state earlv Saturday morning leaving trees Hamburg B HannoverBrunswick with the i f Mason Citys Celebration of Centennial Opens Sunday centennial wifl BIG 4 FOREIGN MINISTERS TRY TREATIES AGAIN Council Places Italys Political Situation on Agenda for Discussion Paris Tn a conciliatory Russian Foreign Mini ster V M Molotov agreed Satur day to the inclusion of a discus sion of the Austrian question on the agenda of the fceign mini sters council a British source said However Austria was under stood to be on the agenda for discussion only after the peace treaties will Italy Bulgaria mania and Hungary have been cleaned up and after a study of ine German problem 7rTh British informant said Molotov objected to U S Sec of State James F Byrnes that a tlefinile with Austria be discussed but CBCn0 Minister Gorges Bidaulfs suggestion that he Austrian treaty be discussed a simple question MI Britisjh source said that at Molotovs demand the council the current Italian political situation on the isendo He quoted Molotov as ayng that outbreaks in Italy con amed the seeds of civil war and vere fascist in origin The foreign ministers of France j Britain Russia and the nited States resumed their ef orts Saturday to write peace natio satel Jng the chasm between east ern and western Europe 4 Jninistcrs whowith their expert advisers reconvened Salur ce 3t United aSa1csTCEfn of Brilain V Bi jtfotolov ct Russia and Georges Bdault ot France They will attempt to break the impasse which prevented them from writing the peace treaties at their last session here which lasted from April 25 to May 17 American circles said the min Blocked speakers Sunday evening BmreUs subject will be Religion on the Frontier while Challenge of The Church music also will be cm or the evening program father Ambrose Giannoukas tVn Grcek ch h H rce rthodox church directing a joint choir of all churches A choir from the 2 to i instructing the city en neer to take such experimental to contro1 fj conro lc flies hatching in the Missis r and power lines felled streams banks basements flooded sewers clogged and streets covered with debris Esthcrville in northwestern Towa apparently bore the brunt of the storm The official rainfall there was 348 inches all of which fell in a few hours The Des Moines river was out of its banks there and the home of the Eugene Hosts was struck by lightning No one was injured A storm of tornadic proportions struck the Harold Hefley farm 3 miles west of Perry damaging buildings and trees Two windows disappeared without trace from the house The same storm struck 2 farms about 8 miles southwest of Perry A barn was blown down on the farm operated by Ben Merical and a cow was killed at the place E eu by Charles Stewart where the barn and other build ings were damaged One and a half inches of the rainfall at Ottumwa fell within d half The a hour there and 36 st the Des Moines airport Catholic churches here be directed by Mrs W L Bennett and Stephen Hobson is directing a Protestant group made up of the choirs from the Baptist Chnstian Congregational Epis Epa Evangelical Lutheran and Methodist churches The invocation will be given by the Rev Jordan Ray Union Me morial Methodist churchand the closing prayer by the Rev Roy C Helfenslein pastor of the First Congregational church Father Barrett will be introduced by the JYBehan of St Josephs Catholic church and Mr Boe by the Rev Alvin N o Trinity Lutheran church day is Homecoming and fle clay featuring old timers of Sold ribbons for ts blue for the 60 u and white for all who have been here 20 vears The Association of Fife and loiva hiffh school bands m foothall concert by U S armv band and massed North Iowa Saturday on how the peace e peace treaties should be written as they Army Returns Drafted Dads Now Overseas Washinffton The army has decided to bring back from over seas all nonvolunteer enlisted fathers and men with at least 21 months of service tme U has author the discharge of all nonvol T Pat Mason City store windows featuring displays of pioneer rel at Th a The centennial program SUXDAY 16 Church and Community Roofcvclt eldhouse eoromumty reiigtoiis service MONDAY JUNE 17 Homccominff and Reunion a Iibrary and reunion izc tn un iiunvoi untecr enlisted men in this country who have 21 months or more in uniform The announcement Friday nisht estmated 133000 fathers would beinvolved including 77000 in tno Pacific 1R nfln nnn theUnited Statefand loI uuu in miscellaneous overseas areasTe plan is to have them 3 by Ausust 31 The army previously had told congress it could make this move it extension of selective service would provide replacements It waitt the announce said because it wanted to ih to Byncs said that Washington and Moscow had chanecd any diplomatic fes on the proposed treaties in the interim between the medics The ynitcd States has sent a uraft of a proposed treaty with tcthe other governments hut sources disclosed but Moscow has not replied th Iace the aPParent dead 1 W3S how the session would continue Despite recent accusations by Molotov that the United States and Britain had formed a bloc aimed at imposing their will on Russia the 2 th and to the flow of discharges am Rccepti inn reunion for visitors and old timers P m Music hall Unveilingof store windows containinc his torical exhibits p m Band concerts TUESDAY JUNE 18 Veterans DayWelcome to norld war tcrro Gordo county p m Roosevelt ficldhouse Pavement Ccntra parl10 Pm WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 Aviation DayDcdicalion of Mason City municipal airport 10 a m Christening of 5Iid CUy TJ lrlrc2Iiss A F ar and dogfight THURSDAY JUNE 20 orlh Iowa Band Festival DayParade 11 a m Concerts t demonstrations by the U S army band and n the of a housesenate confer ence would ban future inductions of fathers and limit draftee ser vice to 18 months Bowles Sees Flood of Goods by Christmas If Price Control Kept Washington om ic Chester Bowles predict ussa western nations were ex pected to press for quick action on peace treaties freedom trans port on the Danube evacuation of armies from Austria and the Bal kans and restoration of a sem blance of government in Germany that w 1 goods will flood markets by Chriltmas tinued5 PnCe controls arc n In his weekly radio address Bowles said that scarcities of con sumer goods will vanish in the next 6 months and seem as re Bcjwles said that production of clothing sewing machines refrie erators radios washing machines electric irons and nylons is in crcasmg He added automobile production however currently is fee mg the effects of the recent soft coal strike which cut down steel production Man Held for Locking Wife in Chastity Belt Atlantic City N I 39 year old wood worker who Police Captain Edward Webb said locked his wife in a homemade medieval style chastity belt was charged with atrocious assault and bat tery Friday night Capt Webb identified the hus band as William Truax and quoted his W1fc Rose L Truax 33 as saying Truax padlocked the gal vanized chain belt about her be fore he left for work Friday morn martfh old him he made the belt m his home worfc bhop m his spare time and said he put it on his wife to keep her trom running around 1 300 Servicemen Return to US Ports By UNITED PRESS Two ships were scheduled to ar rive at American coast ports Sat urday with more than 1300 serv Hue at San Francisco Ada Reham from 21 un desgnated troops Due at Seattle LaGrande Victory from Yoko 1306 army and naval per sonnel The paper shortage is still acute Save your waste paper The Bnv Scouts will call for JtT y ;

RealCheck