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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME JCANTUCNT THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOJUUQ id Us i tun LI Flvt Cento Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER M 1947 ThJj Piper Ccniliti of Two LEWIS DEFIES NONRED OATH RULE U GETS SET ON ISSUES DUE IN UN ASSEMBLY Marshall Will Assign Experts to Certain Questions in Conference New York IF Secretary of State George C Marshall sum moned his 10member U N dele gation for a series of conferences here Saturday to lay down the policy the United States will pur sue on the Balkans Palestine the veto and other issues in the United Nations assembly meeting to start Tuesday An American spokesman said that because of so many major issues Marshall would not attempt to carry the load alone on the 55 nation political committee but would assign other delegates to specific issues as they came before that body In the past the U S has been represented on this important committee by only 1 or 2 dele gates for the entire session The spokesman explained that to oper ate more smoothly the state de partment had decided to assign experts on certain issues like the Balkans and the bigpower veto in the security council to handle them rather than to place the load on one person The importance with which the U S views the coming assembly session at Flushing Meadow park was seen in the fact that Marshall came here to direct personally the American strategy Marshall is to be the 2nd among the 55 chief delegates to speak in the assemblys general debate He will follow Mexicos representa tive to lay down basic C S policy next Wednesday Midwest GOP Heads to Meet for Solid Front Power Bid he might give some ffint before then of the U S stand in the as sembly on the explosive Balkan and Palestine Should he do so most observers expected it to come Sunday when he addresses a luncheon session of the Ameri can Association for the United Na tions American sources however made it clear that the U S was prepared to hold a strong line during the assembly session and perhaps take a commanding spot early Meanwhile Dr Herbert V Ev att Australian minister for exter nal affairs arrived for the assem bly session and launched another slashing attack on Russias use of the veto Evatt told a news conference Friday temporary paralysis had crippled the 11nation security council as a result of utilization of the veto power Noting that Australia and other middle and small nations had founght at San Francisco to give the 55nation assembly more power and prestige Evatt de clared The events of the past 2 years have clearly demonstrated what was then feared and predicted that because of the right of veto the security council would be un able to take effective action even in the peaceful settlement of many disputes and in the dis charge of other functions allotted to it is no reason why the assembly should succumb to the spirit of defeatism which has been created in many quarters as a re sult of the security council find ing itself unable to reach deci sions T MAN FOR IDWANS DEATH Holmes of Davenport Is Wanted by Police Davenport Satur day started a nationwide search for Howard J Holmes 48 Ne gro of Davenport wanted for questioning in connection with the death of James Winfield 40 whose body was found Sept 7 near the city dump here Police Chief Reed Phillips said the suspect was identified Friday by 2 persons as the man who disappeared with Winfield into a thick undergrowth near the Mississippi river Sept 3 Win fields body his nead crushed by a blunt instrument was found in the undergrowth Holmes also is wanted for questioning in connection with the brutal beating of an 81 year old restaurant proprietor in a robbery here last July 8 Chief Phillips said A search through the city failed to locate any trace of Holmes Friday Police said they believed he fled Deny Student Sill Admission After Jewish Teacher Assault Iowa City University of Iowa student who was involved in an alleged attack last May on Elihu S Cooper instructor in a Hebrew school and former student in the University of Iowa school of religion has been denied the right to reenter the university Dean of Student Affairs C Woody Thompson has announced The student has the right of appeal to the committee on discipline a group of 8 faculty members Thompson said Friday The student whose name Thompson declined to reveal has 30 days in which to request a hearing by the group Thompson said Refusal of Cooper to cooperate with university and law enforce ment authorities delayed identification of the alleged attackers Thompson said 19 State Party Heads Will Convene in Omaha to Form Convention Unit Omaha Republican state parly chairmen representing 19 midwest states will meet here Monday in What a spokesman de scribed Saturday as part of an effort to establish a midwest equivalent of the solid south As a unit at the national repub lican convention in Philadelphia next year the midwest republican state chairmans association would represent 428 of the 1093 dele gates according to association Chairman A T Bert Howard of Scottsbluff Nebr The national convention after the favorite sons have passed the reviewing stand becomes a great disorganized body of delegates milling like a band of sheep Howard said in an interview Ev ery state chairman in the midwest group will know pretty generally the thinking of his delegation and in that hour of confusion tlie or ganization will show its strength We dont hope to dictate but we want to put ourselves in a po sition so no one else can dictate Individual names of prospective republican presidential candidates arent likely to figure in the OmaKi meeting the chairman In Its too early to set our faces in any one direction Howard said Consequently were not talking in terms of candidates today Many states havetheir favorite sons and were not for or against anybodys candidacy today Another meeting of the 19state association will be held prior to the convention and still another during the convention itself to consider the picture as we see it he said The immediate purpose of the Omaha meeting will be to prepare campaign strategy and promote continued understanding and confidence among chairmen of midwest states Howard stated Business sessions closed to the press will be held Monday morn ing and afternoon Resolutions will be adopted at the morning session Midwest GOP party chairmen formed the 19state association 6 years ago and Howard has been its chairman for 5 years Ohio State Chairman Fred H Johnson of Columbus is the vice chairman States represented are Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Ohio Oklahoma North and South Dakota Wisconsin Colorado Idaho Montana Utah Wyoming and New Mexico Noted Writer Injured Wareham Mass if Mrs John Dos Passos 50 of Province town was killed and her husband the noted writer and playwright was seriously injured Friday night when their automobile hit1 a parked truck Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair and cool Satur day night with lowest tempera ture 5055 Sunday partly cloudy with northwesterly winds 2030 miles per hour High Sunday 6570 Iowa Fair and cool Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy and cool with northwesterly winds 20 to 30 miles an hour Low Saturday night 5055 High Sunday 65 northwest to 75 southeast Minnesota Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday with a few light showers in the north west portion Saturday night and Sunday morning Cooler west and continued cool east Sunday Shifting wind Saturday night becoming northwesterly 25 to 35 miles per hour Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 65 Minimum 55 At 8 a m Saturday 57 Precipitation 09 YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 44 LOOK INSIDE MHZE KINER Kiner Leads Mize With 2 More Homers See page 9 Iowa Keeps Out Front Among Dairy States See page 4 Aides Want Truman to Join 48 HopefulsWestern Trek See page 2 SchopLOfficialsNplan for Enrollment Boost See page 14 Iowas Tall Corn Under 1946 Mark Washington fP Iowa corn still is tall but not as tall as last year The stalk of corn that Friday won the 1947 tall corn contest measured 16 feet 4 shorter than the 31foot stalk which won last year Don Radda of Washington won both last year and this year Run nerup this year was Miss Myra Edmondson of Ainsworth Iowa with a stalk 13 feet 8 inches tall and 3rd place went to her sister Correnne also of Ainsworth with a cornstalk of 13 feet 5J inches This Egff Loaded McAllen Tex Sub lett has a hen which he says laid an egg with a 22 caliber rifle cartridge inside FOOD MARKETS RESUME CLIMB AFTER DECLINE Brisk Rallies Bolster Chicago Grab Futures Lard Shows Big Gains Chicago commodity markets resumed their upward swirl Saturday after Fridays price declines and gloomy predictions on the price outlook came from some quarters All grain futures on the Chicago market were carried up by brisk rallies in late trading and all classes of livestock were nominal ly steady in the usual dull Satur day market Lard followed the grain price upturn A weekend covering movement caused a late mild rally in the New York cotton market Wheat closed 3 to 5 cents high er with September at corn was2 to 4 cents higher with September at oats rose 1J2J with September and soybeans was up 7i to 8 cents with November Lard closed with gains of 55 cents to a hundred pounds with September The rally in grains however reduced only a portion of the price drop scored in 2 previous sessions Senator Ives RN T said in Washington that congress will be forced to take some action unless wild speculation in grains and other foods is curbed The senator told a reporter he feared soaring prices might cause the bottom to drop out as it did in 1929 and 192021 unless some solution is found Butter hogs wheat corn oats and lard dropped on the nations primary markets Friday but the trend was checked irt3nost of thesecomrrfoditfes Saturday r Wheat com oats and lard closed higher Saturday and hogs were nominally steady There was no trading in butter on Saturday Eggs were a dozen in some cities choice steaks were a pound and higher and butter was near or above a pound in some places For the 3rd consecutive Friday the Associated Press index of 35 wholesale commodities advanced Friday to 19435 compared with 19158 a week before However this was slightly lower than the 19499 reached Thursday The base year 1926 equals 100 In Minneapolis John H Mac Mfllan Jr president of Cargill Inc one of the nations largest grain merchandising firms said the overall production of wheat corn oats barley rye and grain sorghum in the United States was expected to be 19000000 long tons below the amounts produced last figure greater than the countrys total grain exports in 1937 AP Wirtphoto GIRL AMPUTEE RIDES Kudla 5 year old amputee of Romulus Mich rides a tricycle using artificial legs as Nurse Ruth Van Stensel lends a guiding hand in a convalescent and orthopedic center in Grand Rapids Mich The child was born with deformed legs which were amputated in 1946 She was fitted with arti ficial limbs in March GlobeGftxetle Photo ALBERT POKORNY DECORAH Hospital After Stabbing Atlantic Hurricane Heading in Direction of U S Coast Not Expected to Hit Mainland for Several Days If Course Is Kept Miami Fla great hur ricane whirling over the Atlantic with winds up to 140 miles an hour was located 250 miles north of Puerto Rico at a m EST Saturday and moving toward the United States mainland at a speed of 20 miles an hour The weather bureau said in its latest advisory that the storm was expected to continue a northwest wardly movement for the next 18 hours with a possible slow curve to the northward after that The winds have hurricane force over an area100 miles wide and gales extend outward 200 miles to north and east of the center the advisory said If the storm follows its present course it most likely would strike north Florida Georgia or Carolina but if the curve to north ward develops it might strike Long Island or New England or miss the United States coast en tirely The storm at the tune of the ad visory was some 1000 miles south east of Miami and the weather bu reau estimated it would be about 750 miles due east of here by Sun day It was expected to be several davs before the storm reached the United States Sheffield Girl Is Injured as Auto Plunges Into Creek Rosemary Zieger 18 Sheffield was treated at a Mason City hos pital Saturday for a broken col larbone and a brain concussion after the car in which she was riding hit a bridge upset and plunged into a creek on highway 106 just east of Clear Lake about Friday night Driver of the car was Donald Ma thews 17 Thornton who told the highway patrol he was blind ed by oncoming car lights Math ews and Bill Hopley 18 Thornton another passenger were not in jured The car landed upside down in the creek and was almost ob scured in the mist patrolmen said when they came along minutes after the accident They stopped to investigate when they saw a rear wheel sticking out of the creek bed and had to pry open a car door to release the occupants The patrolmen toolc the 3 per sons to the hospital Several other cars had passed the scene of the accident and apparently not no ticed the auto which was leaking gasoline and had smoke coming out of the engine when the patrol arrived The car a 1939 Chevrolet sedan was completely demolished Burglar Hits Boy 9 Tosses Him Out Window Chicago S Webb 31 was held under bond Saturday on charges of breaking into a friends home striking a 9 year old boy on the head with a piggy bank and throwing the boy out of a 3rd floor window He was identified by the boy Alvin Ross Jr who was in a hospital with a possible skull fracture and broken nose suf fered in the 3story fall Webb has been charged with burglary and assault to kill He was held for the grand jury Cooled Off Milwaukee Clemens Szajkowski charged in her divorce complaint that her love for her husband cooled suddenly when he dumped ice water on her ARREST DRIVER IN DEATH CRASH Austin Mans License Suspended Fined Charles City drivers license of John E Perry Austin Minn Saturday was suspended indefinitely as the result of a traf fic accident near here last Sunday in which one person was killed Perry appearing before justice court here Friday pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to stop at a stopsign which resulted ill a lision with another car driven by Willird Hyner 26 Rudd The youth was fined anc costs Victim of the crash was Miss Elizabeth Arnes 17 also of Aus tin a passenger in the Perry car Nine other persons were hospital ized following the accident which occurred on highways 18 and 218 near Floyd PAYS FOR FIGHT AT MANLY Sioux Falls Carnival Worker Is Released Thomas Sioux Falls carnival worker was fined and costs on each of 2 counts of assault with intent to commit great bodily injury when he pleaded guilty before Judge M H Kepler in district court Fri day afternoon He paid and was released One of the charges was for an assault on Glenn Terry fellow carnival worker who suffered a fractured skull in a freeforal fight at Manly on the night of July 26 The other charge was for an assault on Henry Earnhardt farmer near Plymouth who helped try to quell the fracas a Manly the same night Thomas was picked up by po lice at Cincinnati Ohio at thi request of Northwood officers and brought here after extradition proceedings Attorney Ed Boyle of Clea Lake represented Thomas in the proceedings Friday afternoon Decorah Man n Hospital After Brawl Albert Pokorny 30 Decorah was eported in fair condition at rtercy hospital in Mason City Sat rday after receiving 3 knile wounds in a brawl near the Hid en Inn at Manly about 11 oclock riday night the highway patrol eported Orvllle E W Houser 41 New n is being held in the Worth c o u n t y jail at N o r t hwo o d In onnection with the stabbing The highway patrol said wit nesses reported Houser drew a locket knife on Pokorney after the apparently had made up after a uarrel and stabbed Pokorney irst on the left arm then in the eft lung near the heart and again in the back causing a 6inch gash Several menpulled Houser off okorny and took the knife but Houser jumped in his car and or dered Virgil Drier Postville to drive for him the patrol said it was told Drier drove to Iowa Falls about a m Saturday He told po ice there that Houser fell asleep a short time before he reached the edge of town Drier took the keys and notified police who found Houser in the car and held him until he was taken to Northwood Drier said Houser threatened lim with a gun and knife during the ride according to the patrol No motive has been established for the stabbing and Pokorny told he patrol at the hospital that he had known Houser quite well and was not aware of any differences Houser might have had with him Drier Houser and Pokorny have Keen working on a paving projec near Manly this summer witnesses said MEAT PACKERS IN PRICE PROBE Subpena Big 4 for U S Investigation Chicago sub penas were served Friday on majo meat packers for their appearanc before a special federal grand jury which will investigate high prices Packers served included th Big Swift Cud ahy and Wilson The subpenas were issued fo the week of Sept 23 when th grand jury is scheduled to b impanelled Summoning of th grand jury was approved las week by U S District Judge John P Barnes Presumably the grand jury wi seek testimony from the packin companies about the rising price o meat It was understood however tha the grand jury would not confin its investigation to meat price alone 1 Dead and Slnjuredin 2Car Crash Arnolds Park man was dead and three others were in a Spirit Lake hospital Saturday as a result of a headon collision o 2 cars a mile south on highway 71 Friday night Dickinson county Sheriff Joe McQuirk identified the dead man as Lawrence Clark about 28 a used car dealer at Spencer Iowa Hospitalized with injuries de scribed as serious were John K Eckard about 20 o Milford Iowa who Sheriff Me Quirk said was alone in one of the cars He suffered a fractured skull and possible internal injur ies Leo Cooper 21 of Spencer a passenger in Clarks car Ed Gierneard 23 also of Spen cer who was riding with Clark Sheriff McQuirk said the 2 car collided at the top of a hill on highways made slippery by rain The rain partially obscured vision McQuirk said Iowa Boy Run Over and Killed by Car Driven by His Grandmother Des Moines Tor ney 8 Des Moines was killed Saturday when he was run over by a car driven by his grand mother Mrs Evelyn Reinig Police reported that the boy and 2 other Torriey children were in their grandmothers car when she stopped to let them out in front of their house The older children went behind the car but the younger boy started around the front of the Reinig car and the grandmother started the car not knowing he was in front of the machine The boy died of a skull fracture in a hospital here BLOCKS OK BY AFL COUNCIL ON NLRB AFFIDAVIT What Does Denham Propose to Do About Asks UMW Leader By HAROLD W WARD AP Staff Correspondent Chicago John L Lewis said Saturday he chose to exer cise negatively the option of signing noncommunist affidavits or not and asked What does Mr Denham pro pose to do about it Lewis reference was to Gen eral Counsel Robert N Denham of the national labor relations board who interpreted the Taft Hartley labor act to require Lewis and other officers of the AFL to swear they are not communists before any AFL union may use the machinery of the NLRB Similarly officers of the CIO must sign such affidavits in order to make CIO unions eligible to use the board Lewis emerging from the final session of the AFLs 15member executive council was informed that Denham expressed regret at the councils decision not to sign the affidavits Denham was quoted in Wash ington as saying that he had made a literal interpretation of the act and could not change his ruling unless congress amended the sta tute or the courts overturning Denhams interpretation I do not suggest that Den hams ruling is wrong Lewis told reporters As a matter of fact it may be expressly and pre cisely in accord with the iniquit ous TaftHartley statute Denhams ruling on the sta tute grants an option to organiza tions of labor to file affidavits of acquiescence or to withhold such filing I chose to exercise the option negatively What does Mr Den ham propose to do about it At a later news conference AFL President William Green unaware that Lewis had made a statement to newsmen said in his opinion the Denham ruling is not justifi able It is not in conformity even with the act and we hope and be lieve that if tested in the courts it will be so declared he said add ing His ruling requires the execu tive council of the AFL to file affidavits individually and at the same time the executive board of the CIO is not required to file af fidavits Green said he had no plans for an immediate court test but said he assumed the provision would be tested The AFL council announced Saturday it was unable to con form with the Denham ruling aft er a stormy session at which Lew is singlehanded opposed signing the affidavits The CIO executive board in cludes the president and secretary treasurer of the CIO and 49 in ternational union presidents Not all of these are officers of the CIO On the AFL executive council all members are vice presidents or other officers of the AFL itself Denham has ruled that the council members must sign be cause they are officers of the fed eration but that only the 9 vice SAME Bliek flic muni traffic death In put 24 honri Merchant Begs Patrons Not to Buy High Butter La Crosse Wis Craig proprietor of a meat mar ket posted a new price card in his market window Saturday It read Butter 92 cents please dont buy it presidents secretarytreasurer and president of the CIO need comply to make CIO unions eligible for NLRB services The vice presidents of the CIO delayed a decision on whether to comply until the Boston conven tion beginning Oct 13 Lewis alone among the 15man AFL executive council members held out in opposition to the prin ciple of signing an affidavit that he is not a member of the com munist party The United Mine Workers which he heads has barred communists from member ship since 1927 Action of the shaggyhaired miners leader in the teeth of the desire of his colleagues to sign the affidavit so the AFLs 105 unions could have access to the machin ery of the NLRB forced the exec utive council to announce it could not comply All officers have to sign or no AFL unions can use the board under a ruling of NLRB General Counsel Robert N Den ham Mason Cityans Rush to Bedside of Mother Injured in Accident Mrs Gladys Place 62 Dexter Iowa who was injured in the Greyhound bus crash near At lantic is the mother of Mrs Herb Ohrt 408 12th N W Mr and Mrs Ohrt left early Friday for Atlantic Mr Ohrt is 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