Mason City Globe Gazette, September 19, 1947

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 19, 1947

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1947, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NIVWAKR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL Lin AjwcUtcA Pmt and United Frew full Wirn Five Ccnti a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1947 This Paper Consists of Two Ooe Nd HURRICANE BATTERS NEW ORLEANS International Soundphole VISHINSKY ANSWERS Foreign Commissar Andrei Y Vishinsky is shown as he heatedly presented to the United Nations Assembly at Flushing Meadows L I the Russian answer to the opening day speech by U S Secretary of State George C Marshall Russians Get Full Coverage ofVishinskysBlastinUN Moscow Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinskys speech to the United Nations the strongest words ever used by a Russian diplomat against the present policy of the United presented to the Soviet public Friday in fullpage in all the principal newspapers The made no immediate editorial comment The full pages were insufficient to carry Vishinskys speech in its entirety and editors notes said it wouldbe concluded in the next editions The full text went out to all provincial tjewipupers and was The press which Thursday gave a summary of U 5Secretary of State Marshalls Wednesday address to the assembly carried excerpts from the Americans speech atgreater length Friday andadded some comment A dispatch from a correspondent of the official news agency Tass said The American press presents to its readers the opening of the 2nd session of the assembly as the beginning of a diplomatic war de clared by the United States against the countries of eastern Europe especially the Soviet Union In particular Marshalls speech was pub lished under huge antiSoviet headlines Everett Burzette Convicted Slayer Escapes From Prison Served 21 Years of Life Term for Killing Man Near Mason City Everett Burzette 59 trusty at the Fort Madison state peniten tiary who had served 21 years of a life term for the 2nd degree mur der of Morris C Van Note Lime Creek township school district president escaped from the Mon trose prisonfarm Thursdayac cording to word receivedby Chief of Police Harold Wolfe Friday from the stateboard of control Burzette was sentenced from Cerro Gordo county Dec 22 1926 by Judge M H Kepler and en tered the prison Dec 241926 This was a maximum sentence for a 2nd degree murder of jury found Burzette guilty on Nov 24 1926 Judge W P Butler was the county Attorney at the time of the trial VanNote was murdered the night of March13 1926 it Lime Creek schoolhouse No 4 about3J miles nprthwestiof Mason City He had gone to the schoolhouse to protect its contents from the rav ages of thieves who on 3 sions previouslyhad broken into the small white building and tak en articles Beside the body of Van Note was found an old fashioned shot gun Which proved to be the link on which the murder theory was built by Sheriff G E Cress and his investigating staff Thegun was traced through several own erships until it finally rested in the possession of Everette Bur zette On April 26 1926 Everett Melvin Burzette were arrested by police at Tulsa Okla During the trial Melvin Burzette declared that Everett fired the fatal shot when the 2 were accosted while taking a stove out of the school house Melvin Burzette who was sen tenced in January 1927 to 12 years on a plea of gujlty to 2nd degree murder was paroled from the mens reformatory at Ana mosa Oct 31 1931 Disaster Taken Care Of Spokane Wash dis aster relief committee of the Red Cross provided a new artificial limb for Carl O Brostrom whose wooden leg went up in smoke when fire swept the Swansea Ho tel here EVERETTBXJRZETTE From Pen Farm Russ Push Warmongering Curb Action ASK PROPOSAL BE PLACED ON AGENDA OF UN Vishintky Accuses U S of Fostering Criminal Propaganda for War New York pressed swiftly Friday for United Nations action on her demands to curb what Andrei Y Vishinsky Thurs day called criminal war propa ganda in the United States SecretaryGeneral Trygve Lie disclosed he had received a formal request from the Soviet chief del egate to hare the proposal added to the agenda of the general as sembly now In Its 3rd day of gen eral debate The new Vishinsky move cleared the way for a preliminary test possibly later Friday on theSov iet resolution The Russians No 1 deputy for eign minister put the resolution ba fore the 55 member nations at the end of his charges Thursday against the United States and 9 prominent Americans whom he called leading warmongers Lie sent the Soviet request along to the 14nation steering commit tee which may meet after Fridays plenary sessions to consider inclu sion of additional items for the agenda Informed quarters said the United States would make no ef fort in the steering committee to keep the Soviet proposal off the assembly agenda but would re serve its challenge until the issue comes before the 55natton politi calcommittee time President Truman Is Back on US Shores Norfolk Truman left here Friday aboard the yacht Wiliiamsburg on the final lap pf a 13day cruise from Brazil He is due inWashington around 5 a m CST Saturday The battleship Missouri which brought the president andhis par ty from Rio de Janeiro docked at the naval station here at a m tOOK INS IDE Expect New Records at Dairy Cattle Congress See page 3 St Louis Cardinals Nearing a Collapse See page 9 Speaker Martin Goes West Not as Presidential Hopeful See page 2 Extend Date for NonEed OathtoNLRB Washington national labor relations board andRobert N Denham its general counsel quiring national officers of the 2 big labor organizations to sign such affidavits if any AFL or CIO unions are to make use of the NLRBs seryites Approximately 5000 cases are pending before the board Originally Sept 23 was set as a deadline when the board would begin dismissing cases if non communist affidavits had not been signed by that time Denham allowed each union 20 days from the receipt of notice that the affidavit was required The first such notices were mailed out September Z and therefore the first ones would have been due about September 23 The board and Denham said the extension of time announced Friday was granted at the re quest of several international and local unions During the intervening time both the AFL and CIO will hold naitonal conventions which may reach policy decisions on whether their officers should sign the affi davits The AFL top officers announced last week they were unable to conform with Denhams ruling that the top officers had to sign affidavits in order to make the 105 AFL unions and 43000 locals eligible to use NLRB machinery United States probably will call on Russia to say exactly what is meant by the charges of war mongering and to state whether Russia and the United States can basis for stopping all war propaganda including any of such in the Soviet press Whatever is the U S position in the steering committee it seemed unlikely that the issue would get on the agenda without opposition from some of the 14 committee nations The bitter Russian blast de livered in 8000 angry words by Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky virtually charged a conspiracy within the United States to make war on Russia The speech was described by ranking American delegates as so fantastic that It would de feat itself and be written off in this countryand elswhere in the noncommunist world as straight out Russian propaganda Secretary of State George C Marshall was being advised along this line by top jnembers of his delegation it was learned and while a final delegation decision as to the next American move was yet to be made it was authorita tively expected to call for the silent treatment for Vishinsky The Russian leader directed his unprecedentedblunderbuss attack against the whole range of American foreign policy includ ing r the Truman doctrine the Marshall economic recovery plan and continued atomic bomb pro duction took a quick crack at President Truman and specifical ly accused 9 prominent Ameri cans including John Foster Dulles of Marshalls delegation here of being warmongers try ing to start a war on Russia The reference to Mr Truman came when Vishinsky said the presidents recent speech at the interAmerican defense confer ence in Brazil emphasized Ameri can plans to maintain strong mili tary forces without mentioning American obligations under the United Nations to seek disarma ment The 9 Americans named by Vishinsky as examples of war mongers seeking to start a war on Russia were Dulles who was sitting in the audience before Vishinsky Rep Dqrn DS Virgil Jordan president of the Na tional Industrial Conference board former Governor George H Earle of Pennsylvania who once served as U S minister in Hungary and Bulgaria Chairman Eaton RN J of the house for eign affairs committee Senator Brien McMahon for mer chairman of the congressional committee on atomic energy Senator Brooks Major General John R Deane wartime head of the U S military mission in Moscow and Paisley B Har wopd vice president of Cutter Hammer Inc Milwaukee manu facturing firm American cotton goods are so well known in East Africa that tribesmen call all cotton piece goods American Friday allo davits The el the board and CIO Denham TaftHartley AFL and CIO top Oct 31 to sign affi iwing communism f the action is that not dismiss AFL iefore that date interpreted the Ibor law as re miners and llth vice president oi the AFL singleharidedly blocked theAFL executive council frPm complying The other members of the 15man council were willing tosign The CIO top officers have put off a decision until their conven tion in Boston beginning Octo ber 13 The AFL will battle out the question on the floor of its con vention in San Francisco begin ning October 6 Check to Elmer Sheriff for Shipment of Hogs What is believed to be the largest check ever issued in Iowa for a shipment of hogs was made out recently to Elmer Sam Sherifffor 472 head raised and fed on his farm near Sheffield The check for was from the Iowa Packing company Des Moines who bought the hogs through Christieand Larsen Bel mbnd stockbuyers Total weight of the shipment was reported by the Belmond Independent as 222 560 pounds Tasty Reward Chicago men held up Andrew Orphanos 23 driver for the Leader ice cream company and took his truck Warren avenue police recovered it half an hour later The grateful company passed out free ice cream to everyone at the station including the prison ers AP Wircphoto HURRICANE LEyELS frame dwelling collapsed Friday at the height of the hurricane winds that swept into New Orleans during the morning No one was injured Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair and warmFri day night becoming mostly and cool with showers Saturday afternoon Low Friday night 6065 high Saturday 7580 Iowa Generally lair and con tinued warm Friday night and ers and cooler west portion Friday night and northwest portion Saturday Low Friday night 60 northwest to 68 southeast high Saturday 75 northwest to 90 southeast Iowa 5Day Weather Outlook Temperatures will average one to three degrees above normal in Iowa for the 5day period Sat urday to Wednesday Normal high temperatures for this time of year are 73 northern Iowa 76 south normal low 49 north 53 south Cooler by Sunday be coming warmer Tuesday and Wednesday Rainfall will aver age near onehalf inch and will occur as showers late Saturday and Sunday Minnesota Cloudy and cool with occasional rain Friday night and Saturday except partly cloudy and continued warm ex treme southeast portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum 90 Minimum 63 At 8 a m Friday 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 59 Dropped in Transit Fort Wayne a farmer found a womans pursein his wheat field police were afraid its owner might have met with foul play But Margaret Feme RennieDetroit said she had dropped it from an airplane while she took a short joy ride All Grain Futures Crash Full Price Limit at Major Markets Butter and Eggs Drop Sharply at Exchanges in General Decline By UNITED PRESS Wheat corn and pluSggadwrawanf lor straight day on the Chicago board of trade Friday while butter and eggs dropped sharply inwhat may become a general decline in wholesale food prices Prides of all grain futures were off the full cents for wheat 8 cents for corn and 6 cents for oats Prices on the Minneapo lis and Kansas City grain ex changes followed Despite the recent downward trend on the big exchanges there was only scant indication that the family grocery bill was going down September corn closed Friday at a bushel compared with Thursdays closing price of 254 and with the alltime high of a bushel set only 4 days ago May wheat futures plunged the full 10cent limit on the Chicago board of trade falling to per bushed Corn dropped its 8 cent limit Four days ago it was at alltime high of July wheat fell the limit to 5234g and May oats dropped the 6cent limit to and lard fu tures also fell the 2cent limit The declines on the mercantile exchange followed the announce ment bythe boardof governors of the mercantile exchange that mar gins would be increased Monday A drop of 130to 135 points brought the contract for October eggs down to 5490 to 5495 cents a dozen November eggs closed at cents a dozen down 140145 from Thursdays high December eggs were off 135 cents to cents Livestock prices also dropped at Wirepliolo BIG PLANES 2 big airplanes were tossed around like match boxes Thursday at a Miami airport by the high winds of the tropical hurricane the principal midwest trading cen ters Cows which made up a largi proportion of the receipts dropped as much as 50 cents and hog prices were down Z5 to 50 cents Bids on lightweight hogs were at St Joseph Mo The topprices paid for ch6ic animals ranged from to The steep drop Friday was at tributed to a government repor which said that 53 per cent of the corn in the nations 12 major corn producing states was largely safe from frost Under the caption butter mar ket breaks one Chicago chain store advertised butter at 79 cent a pound It had hit in sonr Gold Coast shops Butter tumbled 6 cents a pound in stores at Lincoln Nebr 4 cent in Milwaukee and 2 cents in Louis ville Ky and New York City There were scattered reports o other food price drops but in many cities the sky was still the limit A grocery chain in Atlanta Ga cut the price of baby beef 6 cents a pound Cream dropped 4 cents a quart in 2 days in Lincoln Sea food was plentiful and cheap in New York City Jockey Fast But Not on Race Track Camden N J Henri Mora was th wrong time Mora was hailed before Polic Judge John E Dimona Thursdaj morning for speeding He wa fined Nicking me for sure mean Ive got to win this afternoon Mora told the judge But Mora finished out of th money at the Garden State trac in both the third and fourth race only mounts ofthe day Houser Released on Bond After Stabbing at Manly Houser 41 Newtpn has been released o bond on a charge of assaul with intent to murder to appear in district court here Oct 13 The charge was filed after Al bert Pokorhy 30 Decorah wa stabbed 3 times with a knife in brawl near Manly last Saturdaj Pokorny is recovering in a Ma son City hospital Both he an Houser had been employed o paving construction in Wort county The 3 principal religions of th Philippines are Roman Catholic ism Protestantism and Moham medism DYINGTROPICAL STORM HEADING FOR ARKANSAS 90 Mile an Hour Winds Leave Wake of Debris Along Louisiana Coast New Orleans A savage West Indian hurricane battered he quaint port city of New Or eans and the adjacent coast rea Friday leaving one man nown dead at least a score inr ured and uncounted property amage Wreckage in populous New Or cans was described as resembling jungle as houses were unroofed ome buildings crushed and many tructures in a Negro housing de velopment were levelled by the bricking 90 mile an hour winds Famous Canal street scene of he colorful Mardi Gras parades was a mass of wreckage with igns torn down and store fronts mashed The main brunt of the storm had passed by 1 p m Central Stand ard Time and was heading inland oward Baton Rouge and southern Arkansas where the weather bu eau reported winds of 55 miles inihour and torrential rains would trike by midnight There was no accurate estimate of cither damage or casualties at New Orleans or along the gulf far more vulnerable han Florida which was pummelled Z days ago by the same storm Twentyseven persons had been reated at Charity hospital in New Orleans at noon Central Standard Time Friday but only 2 needed more than first aid Sixty per cent of the homes in the Renee housing project for Ne groes were reported destroyed and several Negroes were injured A monitor at Dallas Texas picked up a faint radio broadcast Irom Tulane university at New Or leans said allpower in the city had failed The radio broad casting from a Mobile generator reported the barometer rising slowly Later the station reported that the city looks like a jungle The weather bureau at Little Rock predicted elements of the storm would reach southern Ar tansas by midnight with winds of 55 miles an hour No winds of hurricane force 75 miles an hour were expected howeverbut tor rential rains were As communications reopened eastward from New Orleans As sociated Press Reporter Elliott Chaze reported one dead and at least one other missing at Gulf port Miss The body of an unidentified white man washed ashore It was clad in blue dungarees and as tentatively listed as a fisherman The entire gulf coast from Pen sacola westward was raked by cyclonic winds More than 1000 residents of Alabama fishing vil lages raced for high ground from coastal areas where 2 giant storms took hundreds of lives in 1916 Water 3 feet deep was reported in the settlement of Heron Near Biloxi Miss stout timber pierswere snapped like match sticks and roofs were torn from many homes A tide 10 feet above normal flooded residential areas and gigantic waves broke over the citys seawall built 20 years ago against storms Highway 90 was impassable and was studded with stalled automobiles The steamship Empire State snapped its hawsers and reeled away from the Congress street wharf in New Orleans but the master succeeded in reaching mid stream and both anchors were dropped A destroyerescort broke loose and rammed the Algiers ferry Moisant International airport 14 miles west of New Orleans reported the roof torn off its main building The field itself was un der a foot of water The 130foot smokestack atop the Hotel Monteleone in the French quarter of New Orleans collapsed across 2 buildings but no one was hurt A banana conveyor was slammed against the top of a shed at Erato street causing unestimated dam age A 3story health center clinic on Rampart street on the edge of the business district was Tin roofed and one wall caved in un der the storms impact A resi dence on North Broad street col lapsed but no injuries were re ported There was no estimate pos sible casualties along the gulf coast but it was feared that in juries and property damage would greatly exceed the toll in Florida There where the storm struck 2 days ago only 5 lives were lost although property damage soared to many millions SAME White flaf xneanf no truffle death In put J4 linn Corn plants transpire about 5000 pounds of moisture while produc ing a bushel of grain ;

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