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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION miiir VOL LH Afflodated Froi and United Press FuJ Leased Wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITX IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1946 This Paper Consists of Two One No 282 SCHOOL BELLS here is Fred Tims cus todian of the Administration building out early Tuesday for his perennial greeting to hundreds of youngsters start ing back to school As usual he was ringing that famous he hasbeenringing he cancount First to greet him at the door Tuesday was Sharon Barlow 8 daughter of Mrs Bertha Barlow 601 Pennsylvania N E GlobeGazette photo Pressure Mounts on Wage Board to Avert Ship Tieup Washington threat of a shipping tieup on all coasts Thursday built up pressure on the wage stabilization board Wednes day to alter its 12 day old pay cut decision affecting AFL sailors From within the board and outside members were being urged to review their August 23 ruling denying 43000 AFL seagoing unionists wage boosts in excess of the a month granted rival CIO unions last June 15 Jbhn Hawk vice president of the AFL Seafarers International unionsaidin New York Wednes day that from 94000 to 100000 AFL seamen on the Atlantic Pa cific and Gulf coasts were ready to walk off their ships Thursday The issue took on aspects of a test of the governments wage sta program because of this background In July the AFLsailors union of the Pacific negotiated a con tract with the Pacific American Shipowners association calling for a S2Z50 monthly increase for ablebodied seamen Laterthe AFLSeafarers Inter national union won a a monthhike from the east and Gulf Atlantic coast general agents Although the war shipping ad ministration approved the higher rates for AFL seamen the wage board ruled the increase could not exceed the settlement ac cepted by the CIONational Mari time the climax of the June strike crisis The board held that any raise would be inflationary That touched off the new strike threat The CIO union strong on the Atlantic coast pledged its sup port Members watched eagerly for developments since approval of the higher rates for AFL sea men would provide them with a strong argument for matching boosts Treatment in of Korea Tokyo f Russian pilots who rnadei Pforced landing in the American Linewf Korea said they v were courtesy their stait allied head disclosed Wednes Viy a letter addressed to the commanding officer oV Kimpo airfield Korea the RussiaXjpilots said they were allowed to their pistols and wear them at time We were asked routine ques tions and at no time were we forced to answer the pilots said We were under duress at no time during our visit to the base SCHWOB QUITS ZIEMER NAMED Poor Health Cause of Directors Resignation Des Monies resigna tion of Fred T Schwob as director of the state conservation commis sion and the promotion of G L Ziemer assistant director to suc ceedhim was announced Wednes day by the commission Bruce F Stiles chief of the fish and game division was appointed assistant director and W E Al bert Jr district fish culturist at Lansing was promoted to succeed Stiles The changes are effective Sept 30 Schwobs resignation tendered several times during the past few months because of poor health was accepted at a commission meeting Wednesday Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Considerable cloudi ness and warmer Wednesday night with thunder showers Wednesday night and Thursday morning Clearing Thursday aft ernoon Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered thunder showers Wed nesday night Warmer in east and central portions Thursday partly cloudy in west Mostly cloudy with scattered showers in east portion Cooler by Thurs day night Lowest Wednesday night 60 to 65 High temperature 85 west to 80 east portion Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness with scattered thunder showers Wednesday night Warmer east portion Thursday partly cloudy and turning cool er Scattered showers north and east portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum 71 SMinimuni 53 At 8 a m Wednesday 62 YEAftsAGO Maxiirrafe 75 Minimum 58 UN Security Council Will Hear Ukraine Lake Success N Y Soviet Ukrains charges in behalf of Albania against Greece were set down for hearing Wednesday in the United Nations security council as the result of firm Amer ican insistence that the council must examine the merits of any case submitted to it under the U N charter provisions The case was certified for offi cial debate after the United States Tuesday night joined Soviet Rus sia in a bar 7vote affirmative majority to place it on the agenda over the bitter opposition of Great Britain and the Netherlands U S delegate Herschel V John son in voting for immediate dis cussion of the case made it clear that the United States was making no commitment on the merits of the charges which had been as sailed by Britain as wildaccusa tions After a hot 4hour debate Tues day the United States Russia Po land China France Egypt and Mexico gave the minimum ma jority vote of 7 out of the 11 for hearing the case Great Britain and the Netherlands voted against it Australia and Brazil abstained As the council prepared for the possibility of a long wrangle over the charges that Greece is foment ing frontier incidents with Albania and threatening the peace of the world interested parties from the Balkans stood by to offer their testimony They included Greek Ambassa dor Vassili Dendramis Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitri Manuil sky who filed the charges more than a week ago and then flew from the Paris peace conference to prosecute them Col Tuk Jakova of Albania whose country was de nied membership in the U N last week and Pavle Lukin acting chief of the Yugoslav delegation to the U N Among the items first up for consideration Wednesday was a Greek memorandum filed last week requesting a 10day post ponement and advising the coun cil that Greece intended to file a reply to the Ukraine in the inter im 5 Year Old Iowa Boy Killed by Heavy Truck Muscatine if Fiveyearold Joseph Starkweather son of Mr and Mrs William E Starkweath er was killed Tuesday when his head was crushed beneath the wheel of a loaded truck I J Brockert of near Musca tine driver of the truck which was loaded with crushed rock said the boy ran in front of a car and into the side of his truck and that a wheel passed over the boys head The accident occurred near an ice plant operated by the boys father Coroner C P Phillips said there would be no inquest US HANDS BLANK BILL TO TITO FOR DAMAGES Fair Attendance Tops 50000 SUNDAYS GATE LARGEST WITH TOTALOH2601 Find Night Show Plays to Overflowing Crowd at North Iowa Fair Attendance Record Friday 8500 Saturday 9509 Sunday 12601 Monday 12534 Tuesday 7494 TOTAL 50638 The 1946 North Iowa fair closed its 5 days Tuesday night with its largest grandstand show ing the gate swelling the weeks total admissioristo wore than 50 000 persons Total paid receipts for the week amounted to 42138 and anestimated 8500 were on the grounds Friday the opening day which had a free gate ac cording to fair officials Tuesday nights crowd over flowed the grandstand and bleach ers and extended around to the north side of the track where extra were erected Even this could not accommodate the crowd and many sat on the ground anflVBttme were standing outside thegrandstand gates when the grand finale was presented Clyde Millers rodeo was the attraction for trie final afternoon and evening and the rough riding cowboys and cowgirls won the ap plause of the spectators for their fast moving and thrilling pro gram Tops on the program for their trick arid fancy riding rope spinning and whip cracking were Johnny Rivers Lawrenceburg New Mexico the twins Deloris and Doris England Ottawa Kans Maxine Martin Mitchell Mo Rivers thrilled the crowd with his act in bull whip manipulation assisted by tiny Buck Martin Doris England and Arkansas Shorty the clown The England twins with Doris atop her sis ters shoulders did a fancy roping trick that was a thriller And Bus ter Martin is as at home on his horse as in his easy rocking chair Clyde1 Miller Jr Rich Hill Mo son of the rodeo producer acted as the master of ceremonies for the rodeo performance and gave a running account of the events taking place ott thetrack in front of thegrandstand JohnnySpurback Charles City who attempted twice to ride a Brahmabull furnished thrills enough for the crowd the bull tearing the entire chute gate out whenhecame out the first time with his rider remaining on but a veryshort time Charlie Y o u n g Ellinsburt Washdislocated a shoulder when he was thrown from the bucking bronc but this was the most seri ous injuryof the evening aside from bruises and bumps and sore backs BuddyGoodwin Rex Chandler Lyle HuffZane Dodds Johnny Combs and Joe Berger were among the outstanding rough rid ing cowboys and Dorothy Mc Donald the outstanding rough rid ing cowgirl Preceding the performance Lt GovKenneth A Evans Emerson Iowa spoke briefly on the ad vancement of the ranks of labor under the free enterprise system especially during the war period He called attention to the fact that 140 years ago U Zebulon Pike in making his report to the government about Iowa stated that the land between the Missis sippi andthe Missouri was not fit for agricuHureiand should be left for the Indians ThisyearIowa celebrated 100 yearsof Mr Evans Manyof the fairs and celebra tions have given part of their time to the state centennial More than 25 per cent of the grade A farms of the United States are in Iowa and it produces a greater tonnage of food than that of any othei state Mr Evans commented on the educational system of Iowa its roads and many advantages and closed with the comment that What Iowa produces it produces the est He received a tremend ous applause B A Webster of Mason City introduced Mr Evans to the crowd Ministers Are Undecided on Meeting of UN Paris fourpower for eign ministers council met Wednesday for the 2nd time dur ing the Paris peace conference and were reported to have debated for 3 hours without agreement a Soviet proposal to postpone until November the approaching session of the United Nations general as sembly A French informant said Andrei Y Vishinsky deputizing for So viet Foreign Minister V M Molo tov proposed that the U N meet ing be postponed until early No vember and be transferred to Paris or Geneva Secretary of State James F Byrnes opposed this idea the in formant added and declared the council had 3 main tain the scheduled rate of Sept 23 open a limited session Sept 23 to administrative and technical ques tions or adjourn the U N ses sions Soviet Foreign Minister V M Moiotov who earlier was reported by a French foreign ministry of ficial to have returned from Mos cow was not present when the meeting opened French foreign officials said their information was that Moio tov had not returned and Russian sources said their best information was that the soviet chief delegate would notbe back until some tune later this week A French foreign ministry of ficial earlier had said Moiotov re turned Wednesday morning and that the 4 foreign ministers would meet to discuss peace conference problems Moiotov left Paris Sat urday British sources said the meeting of foreign ministers was requested by Vishinsky Senator Tom Connally chairman of the senate foreign affairs committee told the peace conference Wednesday that the Venezia Giulia area of Italy was a fertile soil for war and ap pealed for the nations to forget hatreds and prejudices Connallys maiden speech at the conference asking tolerance pa tience and forebearance in set tling the stormy Trieste dispute came during a the Ital ian political and territorial com mission which was marked by conflicting claims for territory in the Trieste area of Italy at the top of the Adriatic sea Baby Boy Joins Family of Dionne Quintuplets North Bay Ont Dionne quintuplets are trying to pick a name for their new baby brother born Tuesday night The 12y e a rold quintuplets were excited by the new arrival described by doctors as a beau tiful boy weighing about 8 pounds He was the 14th child born to Mr and Mrs Oliva Dionne Thir teen including 4 other boys are living Mrs Dionne is 37 her hus band 43 Buyers Go on Spree as 4H Beef Fair Sale Tops Ceiling Sale Table on Page 2 Livestock buyers Tuesday afternoon took their last holiday from OPA ceilings at least for some time as they went on a biddjng spree at the North Iowa fairs 4H auction of baby beeves They paid a top price of a hundred and bid the sale averageup above a hun dred compared with a Mason City OPA ceiling of a hundred and an overriding ceiling Top animal in the sale was a 1005 pound Hereford which brought a check for to Delmar Diercks son of Mr and Mrs Dave Diercks Mason City It was chased by Jacob E Decker and Sons Mason City It was one of 4 animals which won purple ribbons out of the 143 in the 4H show Another purple ribbon beef sold for a hun dred to the Great Eastern Stores Patterson N J through Wilson and company Albert Lea Minn It was a 1165 pound Hereford be longing to Robert Baker Ventura and brought him the largest check in the sale A 3rd purple ribbon winner a 1100 pound Shorthorn was bid in at a hundred by the Wat son Meat Market Chicago from David Toft Clear Lake The 4th purple ribbon animal owned by Earl Dean Hyde Clear Lake was not sold Third highest bid was a hundred for another Diercks calf which was bid in by the Home Furniture store Mason City The Great Eastern stores bought 42 of the 143 animals on sale and pushed the bidding throughout especially when the Wilson Pack ing company representative was contesting the bidding with either Jacob E Decker and Sons or the Hormel Packing company of Aus tin Minn Only 1 animal sold below a hundred a calf belonging to Jackie Pederson Rockwell being knocked down to the Cerro Gordo Implement company for Fourth highest bid was a hundred by W H Nicholas Mason City turkey rancher on a calf be longing to Harold Strieker Mason City The lowest price paid for a blue ribbon calf was a hundred for the 4th animal sold which was owned by Normal D Oik Sheffield and sold to the Great Eastern stores Next low est bid for a blue ribbon animal was a hundred Top bid for a white ribbon calf a B grade animal was a hundred paid for Richard Mathres calf by Carl Grupp Food stores Mason City Auctioneer J R Dorsey cried the sale for the 4H boys assisted by 2 young auctioneers Gerald Wohler and Robert Pedelty The First National bank of Mason City clerked the sale Marion E Olson county extension director was in charge Fails to Catch Fish But Hooks Cat Oklahoma City U S Marshal Claude Street dis couraged by 4 days of unsuccess ful fishing returned home to mourn his luck From the back porch where he had left his tackle he heard loud howls and rushed out to find his neighbors cat attracted by rem nants of bait hooked on one of the lines Street reeled freed him in the cat and Guilty Plea by Heirens to 3 Murders Chicago Heirens 17yearold University of Chica go sophomore pleaded guilty Wed nesday to the murders of 6year old Suzanne Degnan and 2 wom en The youth also pleaded guilty to 24 burglaries and Jassaults Three other charges of assault were dropped by the state His parents Mr and Mrs George Heirens sat in the first row of the crowded courtroom and watched their son through half open lips murmur guilty alter each charge was read In addition to the Degnan mur der Heirens pleaded guilty to the slaying of Frances Brown ex WAVE and Josephine Ross a housewife The youth sat quietlywith his hands folded in his lap during the proceedings Chief Justice Harold G Ward of criminal court asked Heirens if he knew that by pleading guilty he could be sentenced to death to life imprisonment or at least 14 years in prison Heirens answered Yes sir Estimate Decline of Stocks During Tuesday Break New York es timated Wednesday that the quot ed value of stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange declin ed roughly in Tuesdays break The last published figures of the stock exchange showed the value of all listed stocks as of July 31 to be compared with at the end of June At the end of May the quoted value of all listed stocks was 043436932 the highest of any month in 1946 The historic peak in the quoted value of all listed stocks was 668276854 at the end of August 1929 Religious Leader Dies Des Moines Annette Newcomer 80 Des Moines secre tary of the Iowa Christian Womans Missionary Society for 35 years and a former minister of the Disciples of Christ died Tues day in a Des Moines nursing home She had supervised the building of church missions in Japan and China PURPLE RIBBON 4 beeves shown above were the purple ribbon winners picked out of 143 4H calves exhibited in the the junior livestock show at the North Iowa iair The Hereford shown 2nd from right with its owner Delmar Diercks topped the auction sale Tuesday afternoon bringing a hundred or to the youngsters who fed it The calf 2nd from the left sold for a hundred to rank 2nd in the bidding and bring its owner Robert Baker It weighed 1165 pounds compared with 1 005 for the Diercks calf At left is Earl Dean Hyde with his calf which was not sold and at the far right is little David Toft whose calf sold for a hundred GlobeGa zette photo IF YUGOSLAVIA AGREES ISSUE WILL BE ENDED Note Reveals Surprise Nation Didnt Volunteer in Advance to Pay Washington W The United States handed Yugoslavia a blank bill for damages Wednesday with a sharp notice that it expects Mar shal Titos government to pay the full amount when it is written in If Tito agrees this country stands ready to write finished to the incidents in which Z un armed American transport planes were forced down by Yugoslav fighters at a cost of 5 American lives Should Tito refuse the United States might have to dust off its 13 day old threat to take the case before the United Nations secur ity council Most American officials con cerned with the matter appeared to believe Tito would agree to in demnity terms following his re cent expression of regret over the incidents and assurances that they would not recur But no one was willing to pre dict for the record the Yugoslav premiers reaction The notice that the United States expects damages for the loss of life and property was con tained in a 3100 word note deliv ered by Undersecretary of State William L Clayton to Dr Sergije Makiedo Yugoslav charge daf faires Tuesday night The note In fact expressed surprise that Yugo slavia had not volunteered In ad vance to pay Beyond that Clayton painstak ingly citing numbers dates places and types of aircraft denied a series of Tito claims that Ameri can planes were flying virtually at will over Yugoslavia without permission and thus violating that countrys sovereignty After answering each point of the Tito indictment the Ameri can undersecretary declared that the alleged violations of Yugoslav territory must have been made by planes other than United States planes He did not elab orate on that point Tito had claimed 278 unauth orized American flights over Yugoslavia since July 16 In the latest Tito complaint a note dated Aug 30 and made pub tic Iussday the Yugoslav govern iscnt asserted that the deliberate and brutal infringement of Yugo slav territory can no longer be tolerated The Yugoslavs asserted in that note that they had not re ceived replies to earlier protests concerning flights of American planes Clayton basing his figures on a check into the whereabouts of every American military plane in Europe during the period said there were only 47 flights any where near Yugoslav territory And he could deny categorically he said that some of those planes crossed the Yugoslav frontier No American planes have flown over Yugoslavia intentionally without advance approval of Yugoslav authorities unless forced to do so in an emergency he asserted The pilot of the plane which crashed Aug 9 got off course the American note said because of heavy clouds icing and high winds But as for the Augr 19 crash Clayton said it was impos sible to get complete information for a grim readon The pilot and crew of this unarmed American transport are dead shot down by Yugoslav armed aircraft OPA Agents Join in Probe of Death Case Davenport investigat ors for the OPA Wednesday join ed Scott county and state authori ties in their investigation intothe slaying of Edward C Ehrecke 42 who was found slain in the rear compartment of the automobile on a dirt road 2 miles east of Mays ville last Thursday afternoon The agents who came from the Chicago OPA office conferred with Sheriff Walter H Beuse Wednes day before starting their investi gation They assured Beuse that any information they uncover that may assist local authorities in their investigation into the case will be turned over to them Beuse said investigators had been here about a month ago checking into alleged black mar ket in sugar Beuse said he wants to determine whether Ehreckes slaying was connected with the black market   

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