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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Preg and Prea ruU Leased THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS TALKATH MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JTOE ZTTmJT Paper Consists el Two SectionsSecies Opi DECISION MADE AFTER RUSSIAN USE OF POWER Gromyko Wields Kayo Privilege 3 Times But UN Keeps Spain Issue New York Herbert V Evatti Australian foreign minister and delegate to the United Nations security council was reported au thoritatively Thursday to have decided to demand a showdown on the veto question on the com ing session of the general assem bly Sources close to Evaft said the Australian had made that decision after Wednesday nights confused and acrimonious debate over the Spanish ouestion in which Soviet Russia invoked the veto 3 times Evatt has against the veto from the start of the United Na tions His latest move indicates he will fight for removal of the veto from the charter of theU N Delegates to the security coun cil were agreed that the Spanish issue remains on the agenda and that the veto has become an over powering weapon in their deliber ate ons Soviet Delegate Andrei A Oramyko demonstrated that any question brought before the coun cil can be knocked out by the single vote of any one of the Big Five permanent members He wielded the veto 3 times Wednes day night on BritishAustralian proposals concerning the Spanish question After the councils longest and bitterest session adjourned Aus BEGINS AGAINST to Ask Veto Showdown Bad Weather Until August Will Cancel Test This Year By HOWARD AV BLAKESLEE AP Science Writer ss ave s K bilityof good enough weathe served as chaStem 13 days inJuly alone Thfso i u ociveti as cuaiiraan u aays in JuJyalone This ou winds If which investigated Spain summed up the situation by saymg Spanish issue by un recorded agreement remains un settled before the council for re vival at the command of any member at any time and council remains com mitted to moral condemnation of the Franco regime Evatt challenged the validity of the method by which the veto was exercised in unprecedented fashion by Gromyko and declared the debate lasting 5 hours and 40 minutes constituted a scandal British Delegate Sir Alexander Cadogan in a United Nations Charter Day speech broadcast to the empire Wednesday night criticized the veto power and said it would force the U N into an all or nothing policy His speech was prepared well in advance of Wednesday nights council session Throughout the protracted ar gument in which Gromyko raised question of parliamentary courtesy In a clash with Council President Francisco Castillo Na jera of Mexico the details of the Spanish issue were almost com pletely overshadowed The soviet delegate engaged in running arguments chiefly with Evatt and Castillo Najera and used the vote to kill a resolution and a separate amendment on which he had been outvoted by the majority Russia had used the veto only twice before in London last win ter on the Levantine question and here last week to defeat a twice watereddown subcommit tee proposal to pass the Spanish case along to The general assem bly Eyalt who clashed with Grom Tko frequently in the final swel tering rounds of debate when the session turned into a grim game of slapping amendments onto rival amendments took a grave view of Gromykos use of the veto It was pointed out that under an agreement reached among the big powers at San Francisco last I year any one of them may offer a proposal and if it is defeated may then revive it by calling for a vote as to whether it is sub stantive or procedural On tha latter question a single big five power may invoke the veto by voting the matter is substantive Gromyko contended that a Aus stralianBrittsh resolution on Spain which he vetoed by a single vote declaring it in the substan tive category mixed both sub stantive and procedural questions Further efforts to separate these prolonged the debate Offer LeftHanded Screwdrivers for Sale Minneapolis Minn UR The war assets administration Thurs day offered lor sale surplus left handed pneumatictype screw drivers f onnrt t X possi atomic cloud moves slowly through the stratosphere it will have lost its dangers before it can pass over populated islands The 1st test set for July l re quires better weather than the 2nd If the 1st should be long de layed Vice Admiral W H p Blandy is expected to order the 2nd test an underwater explosion in Bikini lagoon In that case the underwater Abomb test will be the only one this summer Will the atom bomb start a typhoon here where the majority of the Pacifics typhoons orig inate No reliable weatherman thinks that it will but meterologisis can not say definitely that the bomb will not start one Correspondents were given the available facts Thursday Most important is that the typhoons that start here never move to ward the American coast They invariably move towards the Philippines and then northward where they dissipate in the Aleu tians At the start they are not the murderous winds that make these storms to be feared So if the atom bomb were to start a ty phoon it would in no way en danger the 200 ships and thou sands of men involved in the atomic test Wainwrightto Give Talk at Iowa Legion Des Moines Jonathan M Wamwright has accepted an invitation to address the 28th an nual Iowa American Legion con vention here Aug 20 A F Faber department public relations rep resentative announced Thursday Arrangements for the generals appearance were made through Rep Thomas E Martin R a member of the house military affairs committee The address will be open to the public The convention opens Aug 19 and closes Auir 21 Wainwright now assigned to re organizing the 4th army at Ft Sam Houston Tex was in rom mand of the Philippines when the Japanese forced their surrender in 1942 He spent more than 3 years in Jap prison camps before being liberated Subsequently he witnessed the rormal ceremony of unconditional surrender by the Japanese on the Jattleship Missouri in Tokyo bay Vhen he returned to Washington or reassignment he was pro moted from major general to full general and awarded the congres sional medal of honor The width of a mans thumb was the Roman standard for an nch M 6 SAVES LIFE OF GIRL Seriously Injured in Heroic Rescue Effort Detroit little Peter Seaton aged 6 was suffering from serious injuries Thursday re ceived when he saved a 2yearold girl from being hit by a car Wednesday The frail boy victim of a rare type of anemia was in Ford hos pital with a fractured collar bone and severe facial lacerations Peter Martha Jane Wild 2 and her sister Carol 5 were crossing a busy street Wednesday on their way home from an ice cream store Peter and Carol reached a cen ter parkway but Martha Jane lagged behind Peter turned around in time to see 2 streams of cars converge on the child as a signal light changed He dashed across 3 lanes of traffic dived for her and pushed her out of thepath of a car driv en by Stewart H Green 55 The car struck merely brushing Peter instead Martha Jane Police exonerated Green The boys father L G Seaton said his son has been receiving blood transfusions every 5 weeks Butter Begging Salt Lake City is going begging here A Salt Lake creamery is offer ing butter at 67 cents per pound limit 4 pounds per customer honest Said the creamery operator There are few takers and I had expected a stampede Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Partly cloudy warm and rather humid Thursday night and Friday with local th u nders ho w ers Iowa Partly cloudy warm and rather humid Thursday night and Friday with scattered thun dershowers in northwest and extreme north portion Minnesota Mostly cloudy with scattered thundershowers Thurs day night and Friday Cooler extreme north portion Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 o clock Thursday morning Maximum 31 Minimum 55 At 8 a m Thursday 74 YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 59 Farm Union Head Urges Veto of OPA DCS Moines Stover president of the Iowa Farmers Un ion Wednesday sent a telegram to President Truman asking him on behalf of the farmers to veto the housepassed OPA bill now before the senate legalize inflation We to veto the OPA bill and send a strong message to congress in formingthem that OPA must he continued in effective form the telegram said Congress is seeking to hood wink the American people by passing a bill entitled a bill for price control but in reality it discontinues effective price con trol Stover said The farmers improved position has been largely due to effective price control to date he added but the present phoney price con trol bill would nullify those gains EARUROWOER BACK IN U S New York Browder was home Thursday with the an nouncement that he had no mes sage from Moscow for American communists Browder said that AGREE ISLANDS OF DODECANESE GO TO GREECE Big 4 Ministers Put Demobilization Proviso in Agreement Paris The foreign minis ters council agreed Thursday to give the Dodecanese islands to Greece with the proviso that they be demilitarized an American in formant reported The western allies rejected Wednesday night 2 Russian coun ter proposals for the disposition oE disputed Trieste leaving the for eign ministers council still dead locked Thursday on the most dif ficult phase of the Italian peace treaty The Russian suggestions of fered by Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov as a compromise following his rejection of a French plan to internationalize the Adri atic port proposed 1 that Trieste he made an autonomous district under Yugoslav sovcreignity or Z that the city be placed under hejoint sovereignty of Italy and Yugoslavia Both plans were turned down by the United States British and French foreign ministers on the grounds that they were unwork able that they ignored the fact that Trieste is ethnologically Ital ian and that the ethnic principle was accepted as a yardstick by the ministers in London last Sep tember While the outcome apparently left the council as far from reementVas soene British ened by Molotovs which they interpreted as a sign of Russias villingness to bargain These quarters predicted that 2 or 3 days more of private conver sations might bring agreement Molotovs proposals were pre sented at a special night session which was called at the request of the soviet foreign minister The night meet ig of the ministers since they ret assembled in held in an atmosphere of expect ancy heightened by French press reports that Molotov was looking for arrival of an important mes sage from Moscow which might bring a surprise development in the Trieste situation Molotov offered his proposals xvith the doubleedged assertion that they were a concession to show Russias willingness to com promise but that his government would never agree to any settle ment which was incompatible with Yugoslavias desire for sov ereignty over Trieste durinjr his uumlg lliU Business trip he did not see Premier Stalin nor receive any messages for American fol lowers Browder arrived at LaGuardia field Wednesday night aboard an American overseas airlines plane He refused to answer most ques parture for New York At the confluence of the Missis sippi and Ohio rivers is the largest inland embayment in the world WARMS UP FOR THREATENED ator W Lee ODaniel DTexas flourishes some rfthe Documents he took with him into the senate Wednesday after he said he planned to talk long enough W h Firm in Lumber Block Market Suit by OPA Holland Tanner 13 Receives Leg Fracture in BikeCar Accident VLUCS Holland Tanner 13 who liv turns regarding his 6 weeks visit at 426 15th N W received a to Russla fracture of the left leg when he The deposed head oj the comwas strucfc by a car driven by A munist party in the U S also reRomlg 1643 N Penn about fused to comment on his treatp mWednesday ment in England where he was Rotnig was driving south on held in virtual quarantine from icderal avenue and attempted to the time of his arrival until his deturn lnto a service station at 13th Federal Tanner was riding on Federal avenue on a e He was taken to the Park hos pital for treatment Police investi gated the accident north on bicycle CarHop Waitress Confesses Giving Suitors RunAround Admits Using Mails to Defraud 6 Men by Lonely Hearts Ad Detroit Catherine Stanton pretty 26 year old car lop waitress admitted Thursday that she defrauded 6 suitors in a rosscountry search for a step father for her 3 young children The pert darkhaired woman Headed guilty to 6 counts of nstng he mails to defraud before Feder al Judge Arthur A KoscinsJci who the case to probation of iccrs and released her on bond pendingsentencing Wearing a white waitress uni brmMiss Stanton walked quick y and cheerfully into thecourt rom for arraignment However after entering her plea she broke nnwn and cried She was named Wednesday in an indictment charging she swin aim swin dled 6 men from Massachusetts to California of and diamond engagement rings The men named were Carl Witt stock Star Prairie Wis whom she married in J945 Walter West phal Bethel Minn whom she married a few months later with out divorcing Wittstock James D Geyer DCS Rios Cal Fred Laur ita Gilroy Cal Edward McNeish Springfield Mass and Ivan J Smith Belvidere 111 The indictment charged that the attractive Clawson Mich woman defrauded the men by inserting a provocative advertisement in a St Paul Minn Lonely Hearts pub lication in March 1945 and con ducting a voluminuous correspon dence that cost her a month in postal ti on o ln an olfice of price administration end an al lumber black market Said lhat filine of the suits first mass lecal move to expose some practices in the lumber industry which fte S government believed re sponsible for artificial shortages and exorbitant charges Thesuits were filed simultan eously in California Arizona Washington and Oregon Addi tional suits will be filed when more evidence is available the OPA promised The lumber enforcement drive stems from an aroused congress and from the urging of U S At torney General Tom C Clark the OPA said Just prior to last April 1 congress earmarked a deficiency appropriation for this purpose The defendants included the Pacific lumber Manufacturing company Des Moines Iowa which was sued for 53075 treble damages The suit filed in Tort land Ore involved the com panys Bingen Wash plant It also named R c Cramer presi dent ana J R McEwen resident agent The company was charged with violating regulations covering nulling in transit and custom mill ing involving250000 board feet of lumber The OPA recruited a lumber enforcement staff 100 most of whom came from the armed serv ices To assist in the preparation of the suits OPA pricing and en forcement duties in lumber and building materials were removed from various district offices and taken over by Pacific regional of fices administering 5 western states Some of the alleged rackets were listed as follows 1 The hot profits car by which lumber is shipped to the shipper himself at dummy ad dresses The lumber is then held for bargaining 2 Resawing lumber without grading 3 Refusing to produce stand ard size lumber in favor of odd sizes which then must be re milled at cost to the buildine contractor 4 Upgrading of materials 5 Charging customers for more lumber than actually was re ceived 6 Making retail sales without naving licenses 7 Over ceiling sales 8Cutting short lengths Weds at 9g Peoria 111 Martin JUNIOR LEGION REGIONAL HERE SPORTS BULLETIN Mason City has been awarded Lhe 4state regional Junior Legion baseball tournament for ISiG Commander Elias Kelroy of Clau senWorden post was informed Thursday afternoon Mason City was host at the re gional tournament last year and attendance marks and receipts were the highest of any meet in the nation The dates for the regional tour ney have not been announced but it will probably follow by a week the state tournament also to be held in Mason City which will be played on Aug 1 2 and 3 MAN WIFE DEAD Waterloo Brun stein 36 and his wife Elnora 32 of Waterloo were found shot to death in thair car in a public park here early Thursday morning and Police Chief Harry Krieg said it appeared Branstein had shot his wife and then killed him self as part of a suicide pact Chief Krieg said a note found in the car blamed a Waterloo man as the cause of all this but the note did not elaborate on that statement Deputy Coroner C D Winders was investigating the case and said he had not decided on whether to hold an inquest A 38 caliber revolver was found clutched in Brunsteins hand Chief Krieg said Of the sx old Chicago girl son 71 his former Fingerprints Disprove ExConvicts Claim of Degnan Killing Chicago of Detec tives Walter Storms said Thursday that fingerprints found on the reona in Martin Suzanne Degnan ransom note did Suddeth 98 year old veteran of RUSthe Civil SpanishAmerican VM f M Lyeai excon wars became a bridegroom for the vict who loid Phoenix Ariz aufifth time Wednesday He mar thP ried Mrs AWretta Ham Iton cTaw BOWLES TO RESIGN JOB OVER OPA CUT Senator 0Daniels Threatens Filibuster on Control Measure foes of the OPA Thursday began a talkathon against the price control exten sion bill as President Truman dis closed that Economic Stabilizer Chester Bowles seeks to resign presumably in protest against the battered measure Sen E II Moore R Hacked OPA In a speech that was expected to last about 2 hours Sen W Lee ODaniel D stood by ready to carry out his threat to talk until Monday There was no evidence of an organized filibuster to prevent senate action before the present price control law expires at mid night Sunday But the oratorical marathon could achieve the same effect The opposition speech came as administrator leaders promised a night session the senate if ne cessary to reach a vote on the muchamended OPA extension bill The president said Bowles has been trying to quit ever since he took office and that he Mr Truman had been success ful so far in keeping him on the job Bowles conferred with the president Wednesday but refused to discuss the meeting with re porters Mr Truman declined to discuss the watereddown price extension bill now before the senate other sly U was that it has been debated so long He said he would decide after the measure reaches him whether to make a radio address outlining his position on it This was his reply when asked whether he would speak to the people in connection with signiim or vetoing of the bill On Capitol Hill Senator ODan Soufiht to Set and hold the senate floor for a chance to talk OPA to death If he could talk steadily until Sunday midnight or call up vocal reinforcements he coutd succeed theory at least The present OPA taw expires June 30 However there is no present in dication that any colleague will team up with ODnniel in his pro jected talkathon And the leader ship is determined to keep the senate in longhour sessions if necessary to bring the compromise price control extension bill to a final vote As a matter of practical legisla tion even a nowtillSunday non stop speech would cause no more than a brief lapse in price con trol regulations A majority of the senate obviously is in a mood to approve the measure worked out by a joint conference committee And the extension bill would be effective if passed a few hours or even a few days past the deadline Im going to talk as long as I tiave anything to say ODaniel told reporters after the senate re cessed Wednesday night OPA is ail unconstitutional unAmeriean communistic and un necessary It was foisted on us as a wartime measure and I think the war is over The senate leadership did not take ODaniels filibuster threat seriously Majority Leader Barkley Ky called on the senate to come to work early and be prepared to vote He said he thought the roll could be called within two or hree hours Before the overnight recess Senator Morse ROre told the senate hat as a liberal he could not vote for the conference committees extension bill He called it more inflationary than 10 OPA at alt and an exceed ingly unsound unwise piece of legislation Although the measure extends price control a full year it cuts deeply into the agencys powers i transfers final authority over price of foodstuffs to the sec retary of agriculture A decontrol board could override either the agriculture secretary or the price administration for failing to take ceilings off specific items Meanwhile CIO President Phil 1 Murray urged President Tru man to veto the measure when it reaches his desk Coffee Prices Go Up 3 to 4 Cents a Pound Washington WP The govern ment Thursday added an increase 5f 3 to 4 cents a pound for coffee o a steadily growing list price boosts for dinner table items Stabilization Director Chester Bowles approved the higher prices and OPA said they will go mto effect within a week   

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