Mason City Globe Gazette, September 13, 1946

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 13, 1946

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1946, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME at PART WENT 6F AKi ARCHIVES 8 THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL PrtK and United Full Leased Wires Five Cent a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 J946 This Paper Consists of Two One No 290 WALLACE AND BYRNES SPLIT LOOMS EYE EXTENSION OF PAY BOOSTS TO CIO SEAMEN AFL Settlement Near But CIO Joins in Maritime Walkout Washington IP The AFL swung a new verbal sledgeham mer against the governments wageprice stabilization setup Fri day as CIO sailors took over the strike banners which AFL seamen appeared ready to drop Moving swiftly to overcome this new crisis the maritime commis sion met to consider giving the CIO the same wage increase bene fits won by the AFL AFL President William Green renewed his attack on the wage stabilization board which the white house bypassed in produc ing a formula for ending the AFL seamens strike Green demanded that the boards 2 public and 2 in dustry members resign With shipping still at a stand still as a result of the sudden CIO strike Green issued a statement saying The wage stabilization board now stands repudiated and dis graced Its public and industrial members have forfeited the confi dence of the public and labor and should resign at once There was no immediate reac tion from these members Chair man W Willard Wirtz and Vice Chairman L Philips Gorman public or from Earl N Cannon and A Colman Barrett The board which refused Tues day to sanction wage increases for AFL seamen higher than those obtained last June by CIO sailors also has 2 labor members The labor members were out voted 4 to 2 on the issue and the AFL be gan polling its membership on a proposal to trom the board entirely Cannon and Barrett the indus try members submitted their res ignations to President Truman on July 18 but Mr Truman pre vailed on them to carry on in the midst of this immediate and perhaps transitional period Cannon and Barrett had ex pressed belief that the continu ance of the socalled tripartite arrangement of this and similar boards is inadvisable Members of the maritime com mission meeting in executive ses sion indicated they would adopt the recommendation of their la bor relations director J Godfrey Butler that wage boosts be ex tended to the CIO as well as to AFL seamen However when the session broke up after more than an hour and a half of deliberations a spokesman for the commission told reporters that Fridays meeting was a purely informative one that no action had been taken and that no further session was sched uled during the afternoon The commission was represented as taking the viewpoint that it should await developments be tween the ship operators and the Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton fought their famous duel near Weehawkan N J Weather Report FORECAST Mason Partly cloudy and warmer Friday night1 and Sat urday with thundershowers Saturday Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Scattered thun der showers in extreme west portion and inmost ofwest por tion Saturday Warmer Low Friday night 48 east to 59 in west High Saturday 74 in east to 80 in west FiveDay Iowa Weather Forecast Mean temperature will average about 5 degrees above normal state normal is Warmer Saturday turning cooler Mon day Snd warmer Wednesday Precipitation will average light occurring as scattered showers in west portion Saturday and most section Sunday or early Monday Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness and warmer Friday night Scattered thundershowers north and west Friday night Satur day mostly cloudy and warm with scattered showers IN MASON CITS GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour iperiod ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum 68 Minimum 44 At 8 a m Friday 48 YEAR AGO Maximum 66 Minimum 41 WALLACE ACKNOWLEDGES CHEERS AND HISSES of Commerce Henry A Wallace waves to the crowd in Madison Square Garden in New York Thursday night where he advocated an independent American for eign policy His talk was receivedwith a mixture of ap plause aiid boos AP Wirephoto QPA Enters 36 Complaints Against Iowa Meat Dealers Charge Purchasing Livestock at Prices Above Legal Ceiling Des Moines back into action with the restoration of livestock slaughter controls OPA enforcement attorneys of the Des Moines district office said Friday they filed 36 complaints in 2 fed eral courts Thursday against Iowa meat dealers OPA said this represents the opening round in a statewide battle to put meat back on the Iowa dinner table at alegal price Seventeen of the actions charged lowans with purchasing livestock at overceiling prices Sixteen were charged with slaughtering in ex cess of quotas Three OPA said slaughtered without any quota at all Charged with purchasing live stock at overceiling prices in Fed eral Judge Henry N court Sioux City Brooks Super Market Dubuque Packing Co and MacDonalds slaughter house all of Dubuque Kenistons Sausage Farm Oelwein Smith Packing Co City Wholesale Meat Co both of Sioux City H J Quandt Sum ner Muellers Market Sutherland Charged with purchasing live stock at overceiling prices in Fed eral Judge Charles A Deweys court Des Moines Bettendorf Locker Co Bettendorf Steindach Meat Co Chariton Twin Pine Grocery and Market Indianola W A Cay Co Iowa City Fred M Haiisen McClelland Hillemans Packing Co and Marshall Piggly Wiggly Corp both of Marshall town Charged with slaughtering in excess of quota in Judge Cravens court City Meat Market Apling ton Fred Vollstedt Buck Grove Frank R Kaderabeck Cresco Verschoer Packing Co Hospers C F Larson Jewell Horton and Sons Locker Mt Vernon James Girouex New Vienna Wildhelm Market Primghar Gerrett De Bruin Rock Valley William Wel lenhaupt Schleswig Charged with slaughtering in excess of quota in Judge Deweys court Gilbert W Winter Adel Frank J Munch Chariton Huge Eichoff Bettendorf Leon W Talbott Griswold W H Shippey Keokuk Villisca Fruit and Grocery Co Villisca Charged with slaughtering without quota in Judge Deweys court Stewarts Cafe Hedrick Family Cafe Fairfield and Mels Cafe Fairfield Norways shipping 1500 years old industry is DEMOS TO MEET ON COURT POST Millers Resignation Upsets Iowas Ballots Des Moines fP Jake More democratic state chairman said Friday he was advising members of the state central committee to be prepared for a meeting in the week of Sept 30 to select a party candidate for the vacancy created on the supreme court by the res ignation Thursday of Justice Fred eric M Miller The republican state central committee will meet here Sept 30 to determine procedure in se lecting a candidate State election officials indicated Friday that thousands of ballots already printed for Iowas Novem ber election may have to be de stroyed as the result of a state su preme court vacancy They explained that the Iowa war ballot law required that the ballots be ready for delivery Sept 11 or 35 days before the Nov 5 election Resignation of Justice Frederic M Miller from the bench effective Sept 30 creates a vacancy which must be filled State central com mittees of the 2 parties will select candidates JURY FREES 7 IN LACONA RIFT Indianola jury took just 10 minutes Friday to acquit 7 Lacona Iowa residents of charges brought by representatives of the Jehovahs Witnesses as a result of a melee in Lacona last Sunday Tried on such charges as assault with intentto do bodily injury assault and battery and disturb ing the public peace were these persons Edison Van Zee Harold Leonard William Daugherty Stanley Daugherty John Babcock Glenn Baker and Mrs Glen Neer The complainants presented a half dozen witnesses intending to show that the Lacona folk had struck the first blows in the near riot which resulted as the religious group went to the city park there to conduct a meeting despite the fact that they had been run out of town the previous Sunday JEWISH GROUP LOOTS 4 BANKS IN GUN BATTLE Underground Members Escape With in Daring Operation Jerusalem Jewish underground launched simultan eous attacks on four big banks and the Jaffa prison Friday and escaped with after gun battles in which three persons were killed two wounded and eight raiders captured The operation was one of the most daring yet undertaken by the Jewish underground and brought heavy detachments of British troops pouring into Jaffa and Tel Aviv scene of the operations and Intensive security measures in Jerusalem Casualties included a 22year old Yemenite member of the at tacking band an Arab constable and an unidentified person killed two girls wounded and eight raid ers captured Banks attacked were the Bar clay and Ottoman banks in Jaffa and the Ottoman bank in Tel Aviv Police and security details broke up the attacks on the two Jaffa banks and the casualties occurred when the raiders tried to shoot their way out of the Ottoman bank in Jaffa The attack on the Ottoman hank at Tel Aviv was successful and the attackers succeeded in getting away with 5000 pounds about Initial reports that the loot was 105000 were incorrect At the same moment that the underground gangs swooped down on the three big banks in wild west fashion a fourth detachment raided the Jaffa prison in an at tempt to free retained members of the Jewish underground prison Tvas regarded as a diversion A an at tempt to concentrate security forces in the prison area while the banks were raided Iowa Mayors and Safety Authorities Meet With Blue in Des Momes Des Moines mayors and highway safety authorities were meeting here Friday in an effort to find some way of apply ing the brakes to the automobile accident wave Gov Robert D Blue invited the group to meet to consider the ac cident toll and work out a pro gramto reduce it Recommendations were being received along engineering edu cational and public support lines Dairy Goods Face Hearing on Ceilings Washington price de control board Friday opened the way for possible restoration of price ceilings on butter cheese and other dairy products within a week The board called on the dairy industry to submit before Sept IS an explanation of price rises and also asked other interested par department of agricul ture and consumer groups to submit their evidence and views Either on Sept 18 or as soon afterwards as possible the board said it will either step in and put ceilings back into effect or give reasons why dairy products will remain decontrolled The board said it had noted with concern price boosts on but ter and cheese since its determi nation oh Aug 20 to leave milk products free from control The board had observed that these butter and cheese prices have advanced significantly more than the prices of other manufac tured dairy products and that these higher prices threaten to cause increases in the prices of other manufactured dairy prod ucts it said The board is empowered under the new price control act to reim pose ceilings if it is found in the public interest The sudden action of the board made it seem likely that some or all dairy products would be back under price ceilings in part or all of the country by the end of next week MURDER VERDICT IN IOWA DEATH Jury Urges Officials to Carry On Probe Davenport A coroners jury found Thursday night that Edward C Ehrecke 42 Tipton im plement dealer apparently was murdered by persons unknown with carbon monoxide gas fumes The jurors urged Scott county authorities to continue an inten sive investigation and if necessary engage the aid of other law en forcement officers in an attempt to solve the case Ehrecke last was seen alive when he left his implement firm in Tipton the evening of Aug 28 to drive to his home in nearby Davenport His bound body was found the following afternoon in the trunk of his car on a sideroad near Maysville An inner tube at tached to the exhaust led into the compartment In 1247 in Venice Italy it is recorded that a pig sold for the equivalent of 50 cents in American money Dont Blame Friday 13th Cambridge Mass you fell out of bed walked into an open door or forgot to turn off the gas jets Friday dont blame it on Fri day the 13th If you do Dr Edwin G Boring of Harvard university will think you are afraid to face life Dr Boring who is coeditor of the American Journal of Psy chology believes there is a sound psychological reason why super stitious people insist on having unlucky days They are looking for an explanation of life he said They feel more secure if they can explain why they got hit on the head with a flower pot after walking under a ladder So they blame their mis fortune on bad luck Its an easy but not a very logical way out of their prolbems v The unluckiness of Friday the 13th has its origin Dr Boring believes in the Bible Friday was the day of the Last Supper and the number 13 refers to Christ and his 12 apostles He said that records of the National Safety council show the acci dent toll on Friday the 13th is ho greater than on any other average killed and 26600 injured As the best way of curing yourself of the Friday the 13th jitters Dr Boring suggests Just tear those pages right out of your calendar when you make your new ysar resolutions Bulgarian Commission at Parley Ends in Near Riot Alexander of England Walks Out of Meeting After Russian Lashing Paris Bulgarian poli tical commission of the Paris peace conference broke up late Friday in a near riot with half a dozen dele gates shouting at once to chal lenge the ByeloRussian Chair man Kisselevs right to adjourn the meeting United States Delegate Jeffer son Caffery denounced Kisselevs action in ordering the meeting adjourned instead of voting im mediately on a British proposal as requested In the midst of the turmoil Australias belligerent Col Wil liam R Hodgson who often has clashed with the Russians shouted you are a servant of this commis sion and I rule that your decision to adjourn this meeting be over ruled The row in the Bulgarian com roissipn was only oneoftheoutr a harried day in the Paris deliberations A V Alexander first lord of the admiralty walked out of the military commission after Soviet General Slavine charged that Alexander and Rear Admiral Richard L Conolly of the United States represented old fashioned democracy A British spokesman contended that Alexanders walkout was not in protest but because hehad an urgent appointment outside Alexanders action came just be fore the commission voted 15 to 4 with one abstention and one ab sentee to invite Albania to express its views on the military clause of the Italian treaty Alexander left a subordinate to cast one of the four dissenting votes with France the United States and Greece Belgium abstained and Brazil was absent FIND PARENTS OF ABANDONED TOT Dismiss Intoxication Charge Against Couple Rock Island 111 of intoxication and disturbing the peace were dismissed in police court here Friday against Law rence Riley 33 and Frances Riley 29 parents of a 21monthsold baby girl who was left at the home of Mr and Mrs James Mor ris Tuesday morning The Rilcys were taken into cus tody Thursday night after Mrs Leon Mitchell county juvenile probation officer said Mrs Riley came to her after seeing a picture of the baby in a newspaper and demanded the child Mrs Mitchell saidshecontacted Frank Duttonstepfather of Mrs Riley in Tulare Cal and arranged to have him send Mrs Riley money to return to California with the child now undergoing treatment for a cold in a hospital Mrs Mitchell said Mrs Riley came here to apply for a divorce from her husband from whom she had been separated and that they left the child at the Morris home while drinking Mr and Mrs Morris said they had seen the Rileys on occasion but that they did not know their names and that when they failed to return for the baby they noti fied authorities Thursday They said they did not know why the child had been left at their home Heads Iowa Feeders Des Moines Boeke of Des Moines was reelected president of the Feed Institution of Iowa at the groups annual meeting Thursday London Squatters Appeal to King George for Help London deter mined squatters carried their fight Friday to King George in an ap peal for the British government to requisition flats and homes near Buckingham palace to house their most desperate cases Squatters at the Fountain Court apartments in Westminster sent t registered letter to the palace signed by their committee of 10 leaders We the squatters will vacate the flats if the council will put us into other accommodations which are available the letter said There are 410 empty flats and houses in Westminster and other empty blocks of buildings There are 2000 people on the housing waiting list These flats would eas ily accommodate the most desper ate cases Communist leader Harry Pollitt denounced the king Thursday night for not permitting homeless persons to use Buckingham palace Windsor castle or Balmoral castle to ease the housing shortage Heavy rain during the morning r TACKLED FOR LOSS IN FOOD woman is swept off her feet by a London bobby Thursday afternoon in front of the Abbey Lodge Regents Park as she attempts to toss food package arrow uncier window to her husband one of the squatters with sign in window of luxury flat AP Wirephoto from London apparently kept the squatters in check Thursdays crowds of sym pathizers had dwindled to hand fuls Police guards were reduced to 6 men for each block of seized flats Scotland Yard intimated that the entire squatter movement had been sparked by communists and that further invasions would be forestalled A squatter operations room has been established at the yard London bobbies continued their sealing off tactics Friday and squatters in west end luxury flats and one Metropolitan hotel were having to stretch their meager food supplies Men were forced to choose between remaining away from their jobs or being separated from their families Once out of their appropriated homes they stood little chance of slipping back in through police lines Authorities reportedly were considering the ticklish problem of removing the squatters as pain lessly as possible Direct police action it was feared might cause the squatters to offer stubborn re sistance Officials are permitting food to be sent to the besieged squatters and Friday some sympathizers sent the Ivanhoe hotel residents a dozen rare fruit in London At Abbev in the front yard of U S Ambassador W Averell Harrimans million dollar official case of milk was brought in to the squat ters by a uniformed soldier and a naval officer Dies in Accident Mt Pleasant S Resh 28 Des Moines trucker was fatally injured near here Thursday when he was crushed beneath his semitrailer truck which over turned when he swerved to avoid hitting another truck which went out of control and left the road ahead of him FOREIGN POLICY SPEECH SHOWS CLASH IN VIEWS Wallace Calls for New Program to Break Off Ties With Great Britain By JOHN M HIGHTOWER Washington depart ment officials Friday disavowed any responsibility for Secretary of Commerce Wallaces speech on foreign policy thereby pointing up the possibility of a clearcut cabinet split between Wallace and Secretary of State Byrnes The extent and seriousness of such a development within Presi dent Trumans cabinet however may not be measured accurately until Byrnes personal reactions to the Wallace speech become known Wallace spoke in New York Thursday night after President Truman told a news conference that he approved the speech but that he considered it no departure from foreign policy under Byrnes Among diplomats and even state department officials however the conviction was that Wallace was calling in effort for a drastic re direction of U S policy to break off present close ties with Britain and recognize 2 great spheres of influence in the world one Rus sian the other American Voicing this thought Rep Cox DGa telegraphed President Truman that the worst possible thing that could have happened to the country is that you are re ported in the press as having ap proved the Wallacespeech of yes terday It cuts the ground from be neath Secretary Byrnes and frightens America the Georgian declared In a telegram made pub lic 3t the capital At the state department Friday top officials told reporters the Wallace speech was not cleared by the governments foreign pol icy branch even though it was delivered by a cabinet member after approval by the president One official said that the first copies to reach the department were press advances and that the ranking department officer in Washington Undersecretary Clay ton first saw the text after press distribution These officials also expressed interest in the fact that in actual delivery Wallace dropped whole sentences from his prepared text including language admonishing Russia to stop conniving against us and stop teaching that com munism by force if necessary must triumph ultimately over democratic capitalism Diplomats examining the text noted 3 points which they con sidered to be at variance with current practices and lines of de velopment of American diplo macy 1 While Byrnes has repeatedly and emphatically disavowed the existence of any AngloAmerican bloc in dealing with Kussia Lon don and Washington have fol lowed almost completely parallel policies in dealing with political issues in eastern Europe and the eastern Mediterranean area The most recent major decision by both was to oppose any Russian military expansion into the Dar danelles Whether it was this kind of parallel action which Wallace had in mind calling for an American foreign policy independent of the British imperialistic policy he did not say but that was the way diplomatic informants looked at it 2 The present basic American attitude toward all major issues with Russia has been described for months at the state depart ment as one of an absolute re fusal to yield when either Ameri can principles or interests are in volved The state department dislikes having this designated as a get tough with Russia policy but that is one way it has been popu larly described And that is what diplomatic officials believe Wal lace was talking about when he said that a get tough policy simply would not work 3 Since Secretary of State Hulls visit to Moscow in the fall of 1943 American policy in the main has opposed the division of the world into spheres of influ ence One of the latest statements to that effect was made by Byrnes when he returned from the meeting of the foreign minis ters at Paris last May Wallace however declared that the United States should recog nize that we have no more busi ness in the political affairs of east ern Europe than Russia has in the affairs of Latin America western Europe and the United States ;

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