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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT Pita Md United Press Full Leised Wires MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 27 Forecast Clothing Price Rises of 1520 Per Cent Under Revival Measure Washington announc d Saturday that new automobiles bre back under June 30 ceilings tending issuance of a higher price Schedule Used car ceilings are tiown 4 per cent from the June 30 OPA Administrator Paul A Por er warned in an address that and some other prices will upward but he expressed the new OPA revival bill Invent a runaway inflation Other officials forecast a cloth Ing price rise of 15 to 20 per cent agency worked on new Imce orders under its authority when President Truman Ilgned the bill July 25 In reimposing automobile ceil tigs the OPA announcement said JYl deliveries of new and used cars July 25 must conform to I fling prices even in cases where buyer agreed during the inter when price controls were off iy in excess of the ceiling and a down payment used cars enS t4 per cent as ol Auction which became effec automatically with the OPA Iresid1 act This was 4he regular to take ac Othe on officials say pce cased on a require the new law restoring margins lerc rOPA hadreduced announced ing 20 per cent or more of exempted by as meat milk cot na I Pot T rom price control lie he means that ceilings are Igg irom ice cream most may salad dressing oleorhar TorPe and vegetable shortening Veil as canned chicken pow d eggs animal and poultry laS made grains soy flour irftiread and soy bean food prod the other hand corned beef Ibla mcat stews chili con carne Slhf and and beans which Iijdm Iess than 20 per cent meat Covered by ceilings od products made from grains areakfast cereals corn syrup corn meal and oat s i remain under ceilings al ii Irh animal and poultry feeds a from grains are ceilingfree vas specified in the new law agency explained that un iche law these exemptions ex Aug 21 unless the price de trol board soon to be appoint decides otherwise However tobacco and poultry products remain in effect unless board takes specific action n addition firm controls con Je on the following OPA said tuna and other foods in oils fresh and processed fruits s vegetables which were con jd on June 20 rice and other grains not ally exempted by the act other foods which were un jsceilings on June 30 such as beer Jams and jellies cof tea cocoa canned fish and II PA revoked all its commodity BjSe lists fcfoods which were obsolete in lirge part by J gress lifting of the price lid on IJ ay major food items The plan 1 1 be continued however and first revision will become ef Ltive Aug 1 the agency an h meed June 30 prices will con Hue to prevail on all ceiling ids even though the dollarand its listings are absent from gro stores Senators Plan Inquiry Into Garssons Son Washington inves tigators disclosed plans Saturday for an inquiry into whether high officers of the chemical warfare service sought to shield from dan ger a young army captain who was the son of Murray Garsson munitions company official The staff of the senate war in vestigating committee was asked to undertake the inquiry by Sen ator Kilgore DW a mem Kilgore based his request on a published statement by Joseph Garsson formerly a captain in the chemical warfare service that his commanding officer had instruc tions to keep him out of danger ous service Kilgore told Chief Counsel George Meader of the committee to find out from young Garsson who it was who said Garsson was to be taken care ofV Then the senator declared we can call in those gentlemen and find out who gave them their orders Kilgore said he believed young Garsson should be called to the witness stand or at least inter viewed Murray Garsson was one of the promoters of the Midwest Muni tions combine to which the name of Rep May chairman of the house military committee has been linked by public testi mony Meanwhile another member of the committee disclosed that he had requested an investigation of an entirely new report concern ing attempted sale of purported influence in wartime Washing tori Thismember declined to be quoted by name The proposed investigation he said would go into contracts other than those in the current inquiry into a Midwest Munitions com bine He was not specific as to what persons or firms might be involved The member said that one report was of payment to obtain a gov ernment contract for which pay ment no contract was received OPA Restores Ceiling Prices for Autos EXPECT BOOST FOR NEW CARS IF ABOUT HEIRENS SET TO ADMIT SLAYINGS Chicago Heirens his attorney said Saturday is ready to confess 3 of the most savage killings in Chicagos lurid criminal kidnap slaying and dismemberment oj 6 fOUSE VOTES ADJOURNMENT i Vashington house passed a resolution cal Itlfor adjournment of the 79th next Friday he resolution which now goes the senate for consideration is adopted by a leg to 3 standing lote Earlier there had been talk fcf quittingas soon as next Wed esday The adjournment motion was Iffered by House Democratic Lea McCormack of Massachusetts Adjournment next week would mve congress the prospect ol its Imgest vacation in 8 years year old tlck Suzanne Degnan the of forme r ormer WAVE and the fatal slashing of a 43 year old widow The defense feels that the time has come for Heirens to make known by confession to the states attorney the facts of the various crimes charged against him said Alalachy Coglan one of the youths 5 attorneys Coghlans reference to the time has come obviously meant the defense strategy now was aimed at saving the strapping 17 year old University of Chicago student and wrestling enthusiast from a pos tSric chair death ta the Coghlan said the confession conesson would deal with the Degnan slay ing 3ast Jan 7 the lipstick fcill mg last Dec 10 of Miss Frances Brown 33 year old former WAVE and the fatal throat slashing of Mrs Josephine Boss 43 June 3 Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Considerable cloudi ness and warmer with thunder showers Saturday night Sun and Iowa Considerable cloudiness and warmer wfth scattered thunder showers Saturday night Sunda JOSEPH GARSSON INTERVIEWEDJoseph H Bud Uarsson former army captain alleged to have hppn fa vorod by higher ranking offic4rsl now in change of rnH Ili com during an V k Garssons Son Says Of fleers Ordered to TakeGare of Him career T thro not to go overseas army Friday that it was If earlier applfca weve IEvery where I went Garsson said the word was out to take care of Garsson and protect him rnere was also an undercurrent ot resentment against me He added however that any hmg done for me in the army through my fathers influence was done because a normal fathers desire to protect his son and lurtner his career Garsson said he believed the influence came through generals in the chemical warfare branch He added that he believed his father had not asked Hep An drew aray DKy to use his in fluence except when he faced a court martial in France for dis bedience of a command A nrili court convicted him but rec ommended leniency Later his sentence was suspended Young Garsson related that be fore going overseas he was at an officers training school and had asked his father not to interfere He said he served with a Cbl Rob ert T Fredericks who later be CONFEREES EYE TERMINAL PAY Washington con ferees stood fast Saturday on their demands that GIs be paid an es timated for terminal eave in cash They again rejected the senate version of the bill which provides hat the terminal leave be paid in proposed by President Truman After house conferees refused o accept the bond plan the sen ate house conference committee et Tuesday for further consider tion of the legislation Conferees MMtMiuaj uignt ounday I partly cloudy warm and humid a on the Ifigislation Conferees with scattered thundershowers Wl11 hear budSet bureau officials m east portion then Minnesota Partly cloudy Saturday e night and Sunday with widely scattered thundershowers Satur day night and southeast portion Sunday becoming cooler Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 79 Minimum g2 At 8 a m Saturday 62 Precipitation 59 YEAR AGO Maximum 35 Minimum g2 cemen would be computed on basis of leave discharged GIs were entitled lo but didnt receive vhile In service The house recently passed a measure to grant servicemen about in immediate cash payments computed to cover days for each month of service ess leave actually received The senate in a bill designed to meet the demands of President Truman provided for payment in nonnegotiable bonds bearing in erest at 2 per cent annually nd maturing in S years after their ecipients were discharged came a general on the Anzio cam He declared that even Gen Fredericks who was one of the finest officers I ever met had word to protect me He caught me on patrol and said that was not my I was with the first spe cial servict force Then he was wounded and the resentment against me and the take care of Uarsson thing grew again I asked for a transfer In San Robert T Francisco MaJ Frederick no Gen Garsson to lake care of with never surrounded him in any way Garsson who now is in charge railroad sales at the inuie man juu days m combat and was awarded the bronze star BRITISH AGREE ON PLANS FOR JEWARAB SPLIT Negotiations Will Be Conducted With Both Races on Federation London foreign office announces Saturday British ac ceptance as a basis for negotiation of a proposal to divide Palestine into Jewish and Aran provinces under a federal government Negotiations on the plan for fed eration a spokesman said would be conducted with Arabs and Jews m London with a view to complet ing them before the meeting of the United Nations assembly in Sep tember The proposal is the outcome of discussions by members a Brit ishAmerican cabinet committee on Palestine which the foreign office said completed work Friday U S Secretary of State James F Byrnes disclosed in Washington Friday night that the cabinet com mittee had adopted a plan for the division of Palestine The basis of representation and date for the conference with Jews and Arabs has not been fixed a foreign spokesman said but the discussions need not wait for the end of the Paris peace conference a foreign office spokesman said Wellinformed Jewish sources in Paris said Jewish acceptance of the plan might depend upon whether 100000 Jews are admitted to the Holy Land immediately Davic BenGurion chairman of the Jew ish agency who is in Paris refused to comment on the plan however until he had seen the official text ot the proposals and discussed it with his associates A conference ot the Jewish agency executive opens in Paris next week Some other Zionists and some Arab spokesmen however were prompt in outright denunciation the scheme Dr Izzat Tannous retiring secretary of the defunct Arab higher committee in Pales tine declared the scheme would mean perpetual war in the mid dle east Modern Tragedy Albert Lea Minn Jimmy SBS a JTSTS r 4J Delmont complained to Warner Tideman that ho recently has lost 8 shirts He said 5 had been stol xvooert i IredpripV rtnttr wccu situ fS16 school Fort Winfield Scott Tideman still Tideman any when his still was called laughing The ut iiit Tidemans 4yearold twin boys she reported had played inciner Library book ad a circulation In from 3997336 to for adult nonfiction but JE Van Note 78 Dies at Farm Home Near Mason City Funeral Rites to Be Monday Afternoon at Local Funeral Chapel J E Van Note 78 prominent farmer oJ Cerro Gordo county for more than 50 years died at Bis farm home northwest oE Mason City about 3 p m Friday fol lowing a short illness Mr Van Note was born May 2 1868 at Steward HI He moved to Mason City from Steward in 1878 For the past 36 years he had been on the present farm For more than 50 years he was a breeder of fine purebred Hereford cattle Surviving are 3 sons Leslie M Lloyd E and Wayne E Van Note all of Mason City and 3 daugh ters Miss Daisey E Van Note Mrs Jerry Wohler and Mrs Wil lard Wendel also of Mason City and 7 grandsons and one grand daughter Two brothers C W Van Note Gndley Cal and George Van Note Mason City and 3 sisters Mrs Tod Ransom Mason City Mrs D A Fitch Mendota 111 and Mrs C J Ferris Gridley Cal also survive He was pre ceded in death by his wife Nov Mr Van Note was a member of J E VAN NOTE the Modern Woodmen Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel Monday at 3 p m with the Rev George O Marsh pastor of the First Christian church officiat ing Interment will be at Elm wood cemetery The Major funer al home in charge BYRNES STARTS JOURNEYSeeretary of State James Byrnes standing in an open car with President Truman waves goodbye Saturday as he leaves the state department building enrotite to the National airport to board a plane tor Pans and the European peace conference AP Wire photo Iowa GOP Selects Bergeson Adopts Veteran Bonus Plank republicans nominated Hollo H Bergeson for the him nd time 90 votes for Secretary of State Wayne M Ropes led on the first ballot with 1452 votes to 1200 for Bergeson After the switch of numerous counties fallowing Bergesons nomination on the 2nd ballot Bergeson had 2109 votes to Ropes I feel that the convention in nominating me for secretary of state highlights the active and in fluential role that young men and women particularly veterans of World War If are now playing in the policies the republican party Bergeson said in a state ment following hisnomination The recommendations of the resolutions committee which form the partys platform for the gen eral election campaign were ac cepted by the convention without reading in the confusion of tabu lating votes for the secretary of state race A recommendation almost iden ical to one adopted by the dem ocratic state convention on the soldier bonus was included It rec jmmended the payment of a nonus to World War II veterans in such amount and at such time as shall be decided by the state egislature guided by the recom mendations of the various veter ms organizations and approved by the citizens of Iowa The resolutions called for equal ly and opportunity return of selfcontrol to the states and lo cal communities protection of war veterans and a square deal for agriculture industry and labor but special privileges for none Gradual elimination of price control public instead of private agreements in world affairs re duction of federal taxes and an nd to deficit spending and blocking of communistic and ocialistic trends which aim at changing our form of government also were recommended Willis B York Madrid was re elected state chairman and Mrs Gertrude Wilharn Sumner was reelected vice chairman W G Henke Charles City was named as secretarytreasurer succeeding R E White Ottumwa who re ired The race for the secretary of tate nomination left vacant by he death last Sunday of Earl G Miller was close Also placed before the conven M for the post were Earl Ryan Des Momes Hughes Bryant Ma on City and Jack Pinta Manly On the 1st ballot Bryant received AP W3rep HOLLO H BERGESON on GOP Ticket 200 votes Pihta 98 and Ryan 72 while 5 ballots were for persons whose names had not been placed formally in nomination Bergeson had 1512 votes with 1514 required to nominate when it came Woodburys time to vole on the 2nd ballot With Wood bury s 90 Worths 16 and Wrights t5 votes cast for him his total vote was 1643 to 1371 for Ropes Then came the vole switching Bergeson a bachelor entered the naval reserve in 1941 was re leased from active duty inMarch after service with the Atlantic am phibious force and with military government in the Philippines and Korea He returned to his Sioux City law practice Bergesons 9pponent in the No vember election will be M P Hogan Dubuque democratic nom inee Truman Selects Board For Pullman Dispute Washington fl President Truman Saturday created an emergency board to investigate a f cn j i for 60 days a strike called for 5 p m CST Aug 7 The dispute involving 2700 pullman conductors represented sy the order of railway conduc tors is over interpretation of a recent wage increase SM RUSSIAN DISPUTE LOOMS OVER HUNGARY 21 Nation Conference to Write Treaties for Former Enemy States Washington of State Byrnes took off for Paris Saturday with the personal as surances President Truman that the country is behind him in his efforts to get a just peace for the world With considerably more fanfare han has attended any of his pre vious peacemaking missions Byrnes left for the Paris peace conference n the presidents per sonal plane at a m He is due in Paris early Sunday The 21 nation conference to write peace treaties for Hungary Italy Bulgaria Romania and Finland opens Monday As Byrnes flew toward Paris there already was building up a sharp conflict between Byrnes and Bevin to Rest London The British for eign office announced Saturday that Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin had been ordered by his doctors to take a complete rest of at least a week and that Prime Minister Attlee will take his place at the Paris peace con ference Russian Foreign Minister Molotov over Russian reparation demands on Hungary The United States is insisting that a new economic deal in Hun gary is essential to establishment of a firm peace in Europe It has protested strongly lied army sei zures of Hungarian foodstuffs and Soviet removals oE Hungarian factories as well as current in dustrial production contending he result is economic chaos in the Balkan nation The protest made public by the state department Friday night highlights the difficulties con fronting Byrnes as he sets out Saturday for Paris and the 21na tion conference opening Monday which will write peace treaties for the former enemy states of Hungary Italy Bulgaria Roman ia and Finland Byrnes briefly reviewed some of his Paris projects at a news con ference He said that he planned on Monday to confer with tht three American members of a joint AngloAmerican committee on Palestine The aim is to fix American policy on the commit tees proposal for partitioning Palestine between Jews and Arabs in connection with the plan for immigration of 100000 Jews On another aspect of his Paris mission Byrnes said that he ex pected American troops to be withdrawn from Italy within 90 days after the Italian peace treaty is signed Byrnes also said that at the Pans conference both minority and majority views can be fully presented He explained this is be cause procedures are proposed which would prevent any majority m a committee from overriding minority opinion and preventing its presentation to the full con ference On most major issues he made clear the United States Is already committed to act with the other great Britain and a result of compro mise agreements made in the re cent foreign minister conferences However on issues on which no final commitment has been made the United States will have the ngh to fight for its own solution This may mean conflict with Rus sia on several points of Balkans policy particularly such matters as free navigation of the Danube In the case of Hungary the treaty worked out by the foreign ministers provides for reparations payments ot 5300000000 to Czechoslovakia but the United States has specifically reserved the right to demand a revision of this section Friday nights dis closures of the protest to Russia made it appear certain that such a demand would be made 4 Day Milwaukee Gas Strike Is Settled Milwaukee Milwaukee is strike ended Saturday after when the CIO United Gas ion voted to return to work James Despins federal concilia tr announced the end of the strike which had tied up distri bution facilities of the Milwaukee Gas Light company for 4 days The complete shutdown of pump ing facilities cut off gas service to 200000 consumers in the Mil waukee area   

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