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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME COMP BtPAKTMENT 9F KI3TGRY ANS ARCH K i A Press and United Press FuJ Wlra THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 3D 194B CLAIM GRE ing over some of the baby beeves director checkinjr records wif n look Lock photo go to packers who must abide by the ceilings Judging for 5 Day Event Is Underway The North Iowa fair opened its gates Friday for the first full tune 5day fair since the war with livestock shows exhibits auto show harness racing auto racing vaudeville horse show and rodeo all on the big time pro gram The gala opening of the Barnes Carruthers stage show was sched uled to open under the stars on Friday night in front of the grand stand This is the first showing of this troupe in Mason City for a nunber of years and the show is on the big time circuits going from Mason City to the South Da kota state fair Friday was judging day at the fair with no admission at the out side gate Judging was scheduled to get underway at 1 p m Al though no grandstand show was scheduled for Friday after noon the Gem City Shows were operating on the huge midway Th first showing of the Barnes Carruthers big stage show with the famous Melvin dancers with 16 girls in the line was scheduled to open at s p m in front of the grandstand Featured with the in the Frolics of 1S4G also were featured the Hanneford family Nick Cravat and Company Tsi and Somay the Kozanos trio and Larry Griswold The Britt high schoo Iowa Fair Opens Sates A dc i 4 North Sowa Fair Program With the opening day acting as an introduction to this oldtime fair Saturday will prove dayS 3t the North Iowa fair this year with National Speedways auto races back for the first time since the war and with Barney Oldfield and the rocket car here as extra specials for this big day of speed An outside gate admission will be charged on Saturday and judg ing will start at 9 a m for pantry education horti cultnre agriculture and county a m judging will siart on the girls4H club demonstrations The Mason City municipal band will play a concert preceding the auto racing Saturday afternoon ani the Clear Lake band is scheduled to play a concert before the evening performance of the stage revue Saturday night Everything is in order for the opening of one of the largest fairs to play this section this year aside from the Iowa state fair Extra saniary precautions have been taken throughout the grounds and with the short spell weather preceding the opening the grounds are in perfect condi tion for one of North Iowas lar rest fairs Opening Day N admission at outside gate rt by Brtt hiSh school band SATURDAY Outside gate admission 25 cents 1st Auto Racins Day onn Gem City Shows on Midway a education ho ijou a m to 4 p iris 10n dairy producis inn of county pigs p mJudging of county baby beeves iju p by Mason City municipal band Judging of ecunty bee exhibit 200 p auto races with Barney Oldfield and p m uy wiear Dand Blo p mStae revue Frolics of 1946 and acts SUNDAY Horse Racing Day 130 Cty Shows on Midway p races and acts ervice Club band 81S n by Milwaukee Service Club band 81D p rnStage revue Frolics of 1946 and acts MONDAY 2nd Auto Racing Day n Mdway and open dairy heifers a a p p of and open class sheep 8ls St hiS school band 815 p parade and horse show 8 events TUESDAY Rodeo and Golden Wedding Day 9JM a m Pty Shows on Midway 900 a all judging 130 p beef sale p CilymuniciPal band p mConcerfby Mason Democratic nominee for p L Miller rodeo Favor Wage Boost for Telegraph Workers and WU Messengers m federal factfinding board Friday recom mended a 16 14 cent hourly wage increase for telegraph workers and 10 cents an hour for mes sengers of the Western Union Telegraph company The board submitted separate reports covering the 50000 mem bers of 3 AFL unions comprising the national coordinating board and the 7000 members of the CIO American Communications association The board reported it found tha Western Union employes have received no general wage increase under the postwar stabilization standards although wage increases in the related telephone indus try have been granted A septic tank of at least 1000 gallon capacity is recommended for the farm sewage disposal sys tem This Paper Consists of Two Soctiois Russia Asks Location of Troops SEEKS DATA ON FORCE OUTSIDE OCCUPIED AREA Britain Links New Soviet Move With Complaint on Greece Lake Success N Y Russia called upon the United Nations security council Friday to determine the numbers and posi tions ot allied troops and the whereabouts of allied air and sea bases in countries other than oc cupied former enemy territories Britain immediately linked the new Russian move with the com plaint the Soviet Ukraine has fiied against Greece charging the Greeks were disturbing the peace in Albanian border incidents and criticizing the presence of British troops in Greece durin the cam paigning for next Sundays pleb iscite there But United Nations circles spec ulated that it opened a whole new phase of Russian policy in the security council where Thurs day night Portugal Ireland and TransJordan were excluded from the U N by Russian vetoes while Sovietsupported Albania and out er Mongolia failed to rally the ne cessary votes Sweden Iceland and Afghanistan were approved for membership without opposi tion Their bids now go to the general assembly for approval The scope of the new Russian proposal which Russian Delegate Andrei Gromyko hoped to lay be fore the council at its meeting Friday afternoon would call for intelligence on American troops m China and in the disposals of friendly alien forces over the world Gromyko brought his new de mand before the council unex pectedly Thursday night The delegates had been in session al most 9 hours and had just com pleted iheir wrangling and voting on the new members The Soviet delegate briefly men tioned the immediate aftermath of the last war and then said According to available infor mation allied troops still continue to be situated on the territory of several member states the United Nations and other states not including former enemy ter ritory He demanded that members of the U N should be required by the council to submit to it within 2 weeks which point of the terri tories of member states of the United Nations or other states ivitti the exception of former enemy territories and in what number are armed forces of other member stales of the U N sta tioned what points in the above mentioned territories are situated air and naval bases and the strength of their garrisons belong ingto the armed forces of other member states of the United Na tions He said the information should describe the conditions as ot Aug The presence of allied troops for so long a time after the end of the war a presence which Nyaiict called for by military ne cessity must provoke natural un easiness in the peoples of those countries in which foreign troops are still stationed he said DROP CHARGES ON 15 GERMANS Seized as Russian Spies in U S Zone Frankfurt UR1 U S military government legal officials at Stuttgart said Friday that Amer ican counterintelligence officers had ordered that charges against 15 Germans seized as soviet spies in the U S zone be dropped Col Jnan Sedalio chief of the American legal division in the WuerttemburgBaden area said Friday that he was instructed Tuesday by the legal advisor to counter intelligence corps in Frankfurt to drop the charges This instruction he said was re ceived although intelligence offi cers told him only last week to prepare proceedings against the Germans As far as I am concerned he said the case is closed It was not known whether the Germans still were in jail at Stutt gart FOUND DEAD IN AUTO TRUNK Sheriff Walter H Beuse left and Patrolman Ralph Vermillion look over the body of Edward CEhrccke of Davenport found trussed up in the trunk of his automobile Thursday afternoon on a road near Maysvillc AP Wirephoto Sheriff Says Man Victim of Premeditated Murder ment company after Sheriff Walter H Beuse termedthe caSP the most aggravated case of premeditated murlei that have ever seen of Davenport Clothesline bound his wrists and knees the sheriff reported An inner tube was found running from the exhaust pipe through a hole which had been made in the floor and into the compartment nroner Frank C Keppy saia from all indications Ehrecke died of monoxide poisoning but added that the definite cause of death could not be determined un til tests were made at the Uni versity hospital at Iowa City There was no evidence of any injuries the coroner said follow ing an autopsy Thursday by Dr J H Sunderbruch city physician and Dr Loren E Dickelman pa thologist at Mercy hospital He said contents of the stomach and tissues were being forwarded to Iowa City for analysis Ehrecke left Tipton alone Wed nesday night the sheriff said and never was seen again His wife called authorities early Thursday when he failed to arrive home The car was located by Deputy Sheriff Roy Bahns and Iowa State Patrolman Ralph Vermillion after Mrs Laurence Garlough who re sides about a quarter of a mile from where the car was found called the sheriffs office to report the abandoned automobile The victims billfold and 35 cents in change were found on the front seat by the officers the sheriff said His watch chain a pencil and an identiiication card case were found in his pockets Beuse reported Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Mostly clear Friday night and Saturday a little warmer Friday night slowly rising temperatures Saturday Iowa Generally fair Friday night and Saturday a little warmer north portion Friday night Low 50 high Friday night near Saturday 75 to 78 Iowa 5day weather outlook Mean temperature will average slight ly below normal State normal JS 69 degrees Warmer Saturday and Sunday becoming cooler Tuesday and Wednesday Preci pitation will average near inch occurring as showers Sun day and Monday Minnesota Fair Friday night and Saturday No important change in temperature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Friday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 43 58 91 61 5 ROBBERIES AT MANLY KENSETT Filling Stations and Eating Places Looted North wood Sheriff Carl bheimo Friday was seeking clews to robberies of 5 filling stations and eating places in Worth county at Manly and 4 at Kensett were reported at his of fice Thursday A station on highway No 9 managed by Pat Brady was en tered and the cash register akcn The burglars were probably sur prised and doubtless disappointed when they found nothing in it The glass in the front door was cut to gain entrance At the Phillips 6S station at Kensett J D Oscmo proprietor the burglars stole 4 bottles of milk and a considerable quantity of i eat 2 cartons of cigarets and some candy The gasoline pump was broken Glass in the front door was cut EDWARD EHRECKE Dead in Auto AP ivilepholo glass in doors so they broke that m the Red Star station at Kensett Elvin Thorson manager stole several flashlights and took all the pennies in a box The yeggs broke the glass in the Harry Estevold station door in Kenselt and took a number of small articles At Olgas NicNac station in Kensett candy and small articles were taken Giass in the door broken The 4 places entered at Kensett were all on U S highway 65 Royal Girl Born Copenhagen third daughter was born Friday to Crown Prince Frederick and Crown Princess Ingrid of Den mark The mother and child are in good health Lciujjuraiure 01 u oegr The robbers got tired of cutting Iter and 79 in summer Puerto Rico has an average temperature of 73 degrees in win Cotton Garments Get Price Boost by OPA Expect More Washington cotton garments with another price boost Friday and dolefully ac knowledged it may not be the last The new increase about per cent at textile mills will mean another hike of 1 to 2 per cent on cotton apparel sold at retail he agency said Fridays upward revision the 4th since March brought the total jump for basic fabrics to more than 30 per cent And an OPA pricing official wiiiiidi told a reporter privately that any attempts at stabilizing cotton tex tile prices at the new level will depend almost entirely upon what happens to the prices of raw cot ton Under the OPA extender act he said he agency is required o fix fabric prices at a level which will reflect the current cost of raw cotton or parity whichever is the higher Raw cotton prices to date have followed a steadily upward trend Saying OPA will review its textile prices once a month the official added There will be more price increases if necessary to reflect the raw cotton costs A 16 per cent increase earlier this month was the first under the new OPA act Prices previously had been raised 8V per cent in to cover wage 5 per cent in April to spur production The OPA official emphasized that the last 2 hikes will not be felt by consumers until the goods make their way from mills to re tail counters This may take as much as 3 months On other OPA fronts the agency got rid of some more of its work It removed price controls from sterling silver flatware including knives forks and spoons all rub ber footwear and from manufac turers sales of certain obsolete automotive replacement parts us able exclusively in 1938 or earlier model year automobiles But more than counter balanc ing these laborsaving moves was the urgent task of a huge staff of statisticians who hoped to com plete by Friday night the job of writing new price ceilings on live stock within the formula set by Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P Anderson This first list of ceilings will apply at a m CST Sun day on cattle calves and hogs at both producer and slaughter levels The maximum price sched ules will begin to apply to distri butors on Sept 5 and at retail stores on Sept 9 Officials say the retail ceilings will mean an increase above June 30 prices of about 214 to 3cents a pound for pork and 5li to 6 cents on beef cuts ACCUSE BRITAIN AND U S WITH SHOWOFPOWER Russia Says Greeks Paving Way for Return of Exiled Monarch Paris accused the United States and Great Britain Friday of interference in next Sundays Greek election and charged Hie little Balkan country was paving the way for the return of exiled King George II with a reign of terror We know British troops are there and American warships are on their way Russian Foreign Minister V M Molotov told the peace conference during consid eration of a Greek request to con sider the GreekAlbania border dispute A few hours later Russia won the approval of the Italian eco nomic commission to the Soviets claim for in repara tions from Italy over a 7year pe riod Italian plants for the manu facture of war materiel will be drawn upon as well as Italian as sets in Romania Bulgaria and Hungary Greek and Yugoslav claims to reparations are to re ceive further study Molotov asserted it was high time we put a stop to what he called outside interference and give the Greek people a chance to select their own form of gov ernment He contended that the present form of government in Greece js very unpopular among the Greek people Greece is the only Balkan country not strongly under the influence of Russia Despite the bitter opposition of Russia and the Slav bloc the peace conference voted 12 to 7 after 4 hours of blistering debate to dis cuss the GreekAlbanian border at its next meeting The Greeks insist that part of northern Epi rus southern Albania now oc cupied by Albania actually is Greek territory Secretary of State Byrnes dur g the debate declared It seems incredible to me that we would deny one of the 21 gov ernments that furnished troops to aid us in victory the opportunity to present its as to our views on their claims The United States has no conviction on the territorial dispute but the United States would give the riEht to every member to be heard Molotov responded that Russia was not opposing a discussion of the GreekAlbanian border by the council of foreign ministers of the United States Russia Great Brit am and France He saiJ the French delegate had beca right m insisiting that the matter did not come under the 5 draft treaties prepared for peace conference consideration On the vote France sided with the Slav nations Bel gium and Norway abstained Molotov speaking from the dais without notes criticized Greece lor what he described as an at tempt to involve the foreign mini sters council in her claims against Albania This is a very dangerous ques tion because it is calculated to create trouble in the Balkans said Molotov The Russian minister asserted that Greece was attempting to create nationalistic sentiment in side Greece on the eve of the plebiscite scheduled for Sept l on the question of the return of the king An attempt is being made to utilize this conference to make claims not on an enemy but on ones neighbors Molotov said He declared thai the Greek del egation was not waiting to bring its claims before the conference m a usual democratic manner and was trying to involve the council of foreign ministers in their inflamed claims of aggrand izement Greece he said is in the grip of terrorism in which every liberty has been suppressed STRHOmjP OTTUMWA BUSES O 11 u m w a ff Ottumwans walked to work Friday City buses were idle as drivers called a strike at 2 a m Cause of the strike was the com panys alleged discharge of Union President Lester D Parcel who claimed he was away from work on authorized sick leave Negotiations for a new contract which started Thursday night were interrupted by the strike The men are members of Local 19D A F of L Amalgamated As sociation of Street and Electric Railway Workers The Ottumwa public had no advance of the strike   

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