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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME STORYANt THE NEWSPAPER THAT HOME EDITION MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL La Aaochted Prcn and United Press Full Leased Wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1946 This Paper Consists of Two Ono No 287 PRESSURE MOUNTS ON WAGE BOARD Tito Agrees to Indemnity Principle CURFEW LIFTED FOR TEL AVIV AFTER SEARCH 200000 Jews Released From House Arrest by Combing British Troops Jerusalem curfew at Tel Avivwas lifted lateTuesday after the citys 200000 Jewish residents had been under house arrest for16 hours following a wave of terrorism in which three persons were killed a number of others injured and heavy property damage caused Police and soldiers searched and questioned the Jewish residents during the curfew but there was no immediate report of arrests or discoveries The militarycontinued to cor don off nearby Ramat Gan a Jewish town of 5000 which has been under curfew and a comb out since dawn Unofficial sources said 900 had been screened at Ramat Gan and that 30 had been detained for fur ther questioning A number of bombs exploded during the night Approximately 8000 troops poured into Tel Aviv at dawn to assist police in making a house to house search of that allJewish city where two British officers were listed as killed outright in an explosion which damaged a government building A communique issued here dis closed for the first time that a British sergeant was shot and killed near Petah Tikva when he investigated an explosion there It was previously reported that British majorT JaffaTel Aviv security officer was killed in a blast which wreck ed his home and office and dam aged a government building across the street Also killed was an Arab constable on guard duty at the scene He was felled by gun fire while trying to prevent the explosion Urges Attlee Concessions in JewArab Rift London Prime Minister Attlee opened the London confer ence on Palestine Tuesday wit the assurance Britain was no committed to the controversia BritishAmerican experts plan t divide Palestine into a federa state of 4 zones Addressing Arab leaders th British prime minister appeale to both Arabs and Jews to mak concessions necessary for peace in the Holy Land where fresh vio lence flared Jews did not join in the parley but indications grew that they might participate later though no at the same table with the Arabs An informed Jewish source saic the Jewish agency would join the this week if Britain showed a willingness to concede A Britishgovernment official pre dicted that both the Jewish agency and nonagency Jews would at tend lateron British cabinet min isters were reported considering a certain formula mider whicl the Jewish agency has offered to participate Fans Bey El Khouri president of the Syrian chamberpot deputies and official spokesman of the Arab league delegation said he would reply formally to the prime ministers address when the con ference resumed Wednesday morn TEACHERS of teachers from 4 North Iowa counties crowded into the high school corridors to register for the 1day institute in Mason City Tuesday The above picture shows the visitors crowded about the registration tables GG photo i 900 Teachers Become Pupils for Day at 4 County Session Teachers became pupils in the Mason City schools Tuesday as upwards of 900 of them appeared promptly at the high school build ing to register for the 4county session here and pass quickly to the various rooms and buildings where a packed program of general meetings and demonstrations was scheduled addresses both at 9 am followed registration Miss Frances Martin director first meeting adjourned ing The soon after Khouri made his an nouncement Attlee emphasized that while the federalization plan was the first item on the agenda the Bri tish government was not com mitted to it Howard Hughes Flies Again in Transport Culver City ff Howard Hughes still bearing the scars of his fiery crash in an experi mental plane July 7 Tuesday took off in a converted B23 transport for New York to challenge the revocation of the sealof approval announced Monday by the Motion Picture Producers association for his movie The Outlaw Piloting the twinengine craft himself Hughes was accompanied only by a mechanic and a passen ger mentary education at Teacher college Mt Pleasant to elementary and rural teacher at the high school auditorium while Dr Goldwin Smith asso ciate professor of history at th University of Iowa addressei high school teachers in Music hall Centering her talk on Educa tion for Human Understanding the general theme of the meeting Miss Martin emphasized 4 con cepts which she said should toward a better understanding no only among individuals but na bond of common hu manity the challenge of in dividual differences the infinite potentialities of human nature and the interdependence of al things We all want human under standing The whole world wants peace Fighting doesnt settle any thing So weve got to find an other way of living and it is folks likeyou who have to show the way Miss Martin told the teachers of the elementary schools The important job of the ele mentary school is to instill in the child the kind of thinking that will stay by him as he grows up Miss Martin pointed out She stressed teaching in which the child took part in the planning as a means of better understand ing himself his fellow pupils and eventually all peoples must be careful that it isnt bitter citizens for a bitter world Miss Martinsaid inher 2nd appearance at a general ses sion before both high school and elementary teachers talking on the opic Better Citizens in a Better World Teachers have got to through the flesigns for a think better world watch the emerging pro duct and make people accept it n their thinking Miss Martin said Everybody must share in this new world Imperialism and racial uperiority are out of date in the nevw design The new one world that is emerging has in its design inter lependence responsibility and free communication between all ountries We can no longer hold things as they should teach minds to be ready for changes A school programthat wi hasten the improvement of teach ers in bringing about better un derstanding of human relation among students from the kinder garten through high school paramount in present day teach ing systems Doctor Smith tolc the high school teachers at the Music hall The purpose of general edu cation is to prepare students for the world they will face tomor row said Mr Smith Teach ers must remember that these students will be the citizens 01 tomorrow and that it will be bet ter for our society that they be taught in school some of the framework of our society The problem is a tremendous challenge to the teachers in our schools today according to Mr Smith In 1944 the National Coun cil for Social Studies gave a re 0rt in which it praised the study of other countries and other peo Ies in the present school system nit stated that as Americas na iohal interest widens dangers will filter in from these countries as well It is to combat this that Mr Smith believes teachers should prepare themselves to teach more he values of human relations Beyond the question of tech nique and the organization of sub ect matter by teachers above all s the importance of building a tate of mind and understanding among students so that they may mow the reasons why internation il cooperation is necessary in olving the problems of the pres nt day world said Dr Smith Until the king becomes philos pher and the philosopher king re can only hope but we can take lie necessary steps in preparation f our students for the world they re to meet said Dr Smith Democracy is more than a system f government It is based upon iberty justice and truth It is ased on the essential idea that le individual possesses a certain ignity and it also implies an edu ational process every hour of the ay for it places upon the indi vidual greater responsibility and a need for knowledge We are concerned less with teaching young people to remem ber and more with teaching them to think We may have pacts and treaties but unless the people of the world are educated in the worth and dignity of the individ ual they are bound to fail The days program included demonstrationsdesignedto show Howschobls andteachers may be able to contribute to human un derstanding through the teaching of world relations world cultures relations between capital and la bor and between racial groups High school demonstrations in cluded discussions on Guidance by Mary McCluskey of the Fort Dodge high school Physical Ed ucation by Dr Paul Breckler Iowa City Work Experience by Jay Johnson Des Moines Home Economics by Edna Kraft Des Moines Community CoOpera tion by James Sheldon Indus trial Relations by John H Haef ner Iowa City Race Relations by Erma B Plaehn and World Citizenship by Edna D Williams Ames In the intermediate and upper r a d e demonstrations Russias Early History was conducted by Martha Corry Iowa City Rus sias Later History Louise Sires Cedar Falls India Beatrice Bergh Sioux City China Gladys Horgan Decorah Central America Mrs Nellie Phenix 3es Moines Europeans in Iowa 5tella Berry Des Moines Hot Wet Lands Jennie Miller New on Primary CLAYTON SAYS MATTER IS NOT FULLY SETTLED Yugoslavian Officials Balk on Also Paying for Loss of Airplanes Washington IP Undersecre tary of State William L Clayton said Tuesday that Yugoslavia has tentatively agreed to the principle of paying an indemnity for the loss of 5 American lives in the forced crashes of 2 American planes last month Yugoslavian officials in pre liminary conversations with U S Ambassador Richard C Patterson have raised a question as to whether they should pay also for the loss of the plane Clayton told a news conference The charge at the state department in the ab sence of Secretary Byrnes and Undersecretary Dean said no conclusive agreement has been reached with Marshal Titos regime on the reparations matter All that the state department has received from Patterson thus far he said has been the first Yugoslav reaction to the ambassa dors preliminary presentation of the issue He added that the state depart ment has indicated to Patterson the amount the United States be lieves suitable for the indemnity payment but he declined to make the figure public Clayton reiterated the position taken by the government Monday that it would hot intervene to halt UNRRA shipments to Yugo slavia because of American diff er ences with Tito He said the department was sorry to see the AFL longshore HAPPY REUNITED FAMILY RETURNS Philip Tobias holding 3 year old Toby accompanied by Mrs Ben Hurst grandmother and Mr Tobias are shown at Paul Cox field Ind ready for takeoff in private plane for their home in Kansas City Mo AP Parents Exhausted But Toby Fine After Kidnaping Ordeal Kansas City Mo Toby Tobias climbed out of bed ahead of her exhausted parents Tuesday to answer the telephones ring Is this the Tobias home a reporter asked surprised at hearing a childs voice in a home where the only youngster presumably was mens union take matters into its own hands and refuse to load ships with UNRRA supplies des tined for Yugoslavia This is a matter Clayton said which should be decided either by UNRRA or the state department In answer to questions Clay ton said the government has re ceived reports that tJNRRA sup plies have been unfairly and po litically distributed not only in Yugoslavia but in other countries as well By and large however he said the United States believes that distribution in all countries has been on a fair and equitable bas is demonstrations were iven on Clothing by Mrs Irene Ahlborn Pallesen Fort Dodge by Nora Bratschi Center ville and Indians by Mrs Hen ry Dukesalso of Centerville owa Poli Resolution icemen Draft ravoring jquor by Drink Law Council Bluffs the owa Policemens association con ention moved into its second day f sessions here President J J tfcDermott of Davenport dis losed Tuesday that the group is rafting a resolution asking legis ation to make liquor by the drink egal in Iowa Police association officials ointed out that many Iowa tav rns now sell liquor illegally de riving governmental units of an pportunity to collect revenue rom such operations Maine Voters ReElect Full Slate of GOP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Maine voters reelecting a full slate of republicans sent the G 0 P off to a head start Tuesday in the battle for control of the new congress In preliminary skirmishing for the November tests in the other states nominating conventions or primaries were on Tuesday in Connecticut Colorado Louisiana and Rhode Island Leaders of both major parties searched the results of Maines Monday postwar general straws show ing the way the political winds are blowing Senator Owen Brewster repub lican reelected along with 3 house members of his party called the outcome most gratifying as indicating a continuance of the re publican trend Democrats noted however that their candidates showed greater strength on a percentage basis in some races than they did 2 years ago For instance Gov Horace Hildreth republican topped Dem ocrat F Davis Clark by 103027 to 58543 in incomplete returns whereas in 1944 Hildreth piled up a margin of 131849 to 55783 over I Democrat J Paul Jullien I recovering from the ordeal of a 5day kidnaping Yes she piped Who is this This is a newspaper reporter who are you Im Toby she said and Im fine She said she had had some fun on the trip and that she missed Mildred the maid who took her from her parents home on a hitchhiking trip to Terra Haute Ind a little When the conversation bogged down the reporter asked if she might speak to Tobys mother or father Theyre sleeping Toby said and added as an afterthought theyre tired In Terre Haute Ind Mrs Mil dred Everett 22 Tuesday waived extradition to Kansas City Mo where she must face charges of kidnaping Madeline Tobias Mrs Everett a native of New PROBE CAUSE OF lOWANS DEATH CharlesvCityan Fell WPolvOTnePole Car Charles Hauseiexpressed doubt Tuesda whether electrocution was th cause of the death of J J Conlisk past 50 years old who fell from an electric light pole 6 mile south of Charles City at p m Monday Iowa Public Service Co offi cials informed the coroner there was not enough current in the line to electrocute the lineman Conlisk had not been feeling well and the coroner indicated he may have suffered a heart attack The Charles City fire depart ment was called and the inhalator was used for an hour with no results Conlisks wife is on a vacation trip to Indiana and further inves tigation into the cause of death would not be made until the cor oner is able to contact her The body was taken to the Brown funeral home at Cedar Falls Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Clear and cool Tues day night Wednesday fair and continued cool Iowa Clear and cool Tuesday night Wednesday sunny arid continued cool Lowest Tuesday night 47 in north to 52 in south portion Highest Wednesday 75 in north and east to 82 in south west Minnesota Generally fair and cool Tuesday night and Wed nesday Diminishing winds IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum 80 Minimum 53 At 8 a m Tuesday 56 Precipitation 27 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 45 Philadelphia Ohio was held un der bond here on a tech nical charge of vagrancy Charges of kidnaping were filed at Kansas City under the Lindbergh law I just decided to leave and take he baby with me she told police BOWLES OUT FOR GOVERNOR POST New Haven Conn everal weeks of speculation Ches er Bowles former national OPA hief and economic stabilizer Tuesday announced his candidacy or the democratic nomination for rovernor of Connecticut Bowles stating that his decision has not been easy declared Im deeply convinced that the election his fall will mark a turning point n our history Bowies formal announcement ame only a few hours after a ral y here of democratic party lead rs in which he was a center of Mention and had promised to make my position known on Tuesday Two others seek the same nomi nation Lieut Gpv Wilbert Snow Wesleyan university professor nd Thomas J Dodd U S prose utor in the Nuernberg war guilt rials ASSISTANT TO LABOR HEAD FOR REVERSAL Shipowners Urge Board to Change Decision on Wage Boost Refusal BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Secretary of Labor Schwellen bachs peace emissary to striking AFL maritime workers reported Tuesday he was convinced that only a reversal of the wage stab ilization boards pay cut deci sion would terminate the paralyz ing shutdown of the nations sea ports now in its sixth day The report was made by Assist ant Secretary Philip Hannah on his return to Washington from a flying trip to San Francisco for a conference with Harry Lunde berg president of the Seafarers International union andsecretary of the sailors union of the Pacific both AFL As Hannah made his report to Schwellenbach the WSBwas in session to hear J B Bryan presi dent of the Pacific American Ship owners association urge that the full pay raise won by union sea men in recent contract negotia tions be approved The operators agreed to raises of a month on the west coast and a month on the east coast but the board pared the amount to identical amount awarded CIO seamen last June in settlement of a threatened strike Spokesmen for the two AFL un ions did not attend the hearing Hannah said Lundeberg was de tained by a developing dispute with the CIO committee for mari time unity which put out pickets on the west coast despite the rival unions objections A meeting hurriedly called by the AFL maritime strike strategy committee in New York shortly after noon was cancelled just as quickly with little from John Hawk Xice president of the SIU and east coast strike leader We believe that matters in volved will adjust themselves he said The 6th day of the strike found the nations seaports stilled with all export traffic suspended as talk of a new wage demand by CIO seamen added to the trou bled situation Joseph Curran president of 90 000 national maritime union CIO workers declared Monday he would demand increases for his Vote on Water Franchise Iowa City special elec on at which citizens will decide whether to renew for 20 years the franchise of the Iowa Water ervice company has been set for ct 8 by the city council The resent franchise expires in 1948 Butcher Shops in US Running Out of Meat as OPA Ceilings Go On Again By THE ASSnnTATKn vcvcc O By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Butcher shops in most cities were running out of meat Tues ay as OPA ceilings went on gain Weekend buying sprees in an cipation of short supplies had ft shops in most cities with lit e except poultry smoked meats nd cold meats Sharply reduced eceipts of livestock at packing enters gave no hope for imme iate relief The new butcher shop prices verage 12 per cent higher than i June 30 when meat began its 1day period in the free market They are lower than most recent prices but the ceilings are mean ingless in many communities be cause counters are bare How long the shortage will last became a prime topic not only among OPA and agriculture de partment experts but among army food buyers as wel Any return to consumer ration ing appeared to be out One remedy being talked at the agriculture department is a pos sible price boost to encourage greater production on the farms ranges and feed lots But no action appeared immi nent The agriculture department given the last word over such matters in the price conlnl rlri sion cede that a long and severe short age is in prospect A spokesman the end of the week In New York City 90 per cent of the deal ers had no meat of any kind After ceilings were removed July 1 livestock producers sent their cattle and hogs to market m unprecedented numbers Dur ing the week immediately preced said department meat experts ing reimposition of ceilings uu think the meat famine may De livestock the Chicago market the over in a month or so and that m nations largest was glutted any event it is too early for any But livestock receipts over the nation now are reported running A Chicago retailers spokesman Trom 8 to 50 per cent of normal estimated 1100 of the citys 20001 Almost 5000 packinghouse retail markets would be closed By workers have been laid off at Omaha alone and the States employment sei many were applying foi jobs These were typical re nationwide survey Los Angeles City f critical meat shortage i Cincinnati Most m e a displaying only cold report stocks from reported arriving Tuesday e with 70 last week vice were various estimates when supplies might be moi Salt Lake City butct orts in expected some relief in aboi weeks when range cattle sta ces at slaughter houses TJ n history of feed was expected result in lean stock however cuts Atlanta meat handle no improvement for it of time They said farrr ler had sold their stock to tak zero of high prices and no rs of beef ay have to wait for hogs an calves to fatten to men matching anything won by AFL seamen who went on strike after the wage stabilization board ordered a cutback to a month in AFLnegotiated raises The striking seamen are affili ated with the Seafarers Interna tional Union and the Sailors Union of the Pacific The AFL unions originally negotiated raises with operators amounted to monthly on the west coast and on the east coast The CIO previously received a hike of a month the level to which the WSB had chopped on the AFL seamens pay boosts While the WSB met in Wash ington to reconsider its decision deepwater ports on all coasts re mained locked in the biggest maritime strike in the countrys history Along the Atlantic coast 728 ships were tied up an increase of 23 Spokesmen estimated that about 100 ships probably were strikebound in gulf ports and about 200 on the Pacific coast 1 DElJUHURT IN GUN BATTLE Clinton man is dead and 2 others hospitalized with gunshot wounds Tuesday after what police described as a 5 man attack on a railroad patrolman in the Chicago and Norm Western yards Police Chief Herman Thomsen said the dead man is Raymond J H Bebeusee 41 Clinton He identified the wounded as James Kreucher 17 and his brother John Kreucher Jr 22 both of Clinton Thomsen said the 3 men and 2 others attacked John D Dudley North Western patrolman who fired the shots which killed Be bensee and wounded the Kreu chers The chief said Thomas Broug ham 22 Clinton is in custody as an alleged participant and that a fifth man was being sought Brougham and the Kreuchers he said are boaked on charges of assault with intent to commit a felony Thomsen said the 5 men at tacked Dudley 41 year old vet eran of 17 years in the navy when he ordered them off a freight car about 11 p m   

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