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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                              NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME H I STftHV A M DCS 8 i THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION UlillT UV Frew United Pita Full Leased Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON NOVEMBER IMT This Paper Consists of Two One 41 FRANCE KICKS OUT 20 RUSSIANS CABINET HEADS ASK FOR GRAIN STEEL CONTROL Anderson and Harriman Want to Direct Output Into Essential Channels Two cabine officers told congress Wednesday that in view of the proposed for eign aid program the governmen should have power to say wha use is made of the nations stee output and grain Secretary of Commerce Harri man and Secretary of Agriculture Anderson testified before sep arate legislative committees in support of President Truman economic Both backed his request for au thority to restore price control and if he decides they are On Harriman told the senatehouse economic com mittee there should be limited powers to direct steel to the most essential p r o And he added that more far reach ing proposals are being pre allo cation would permit gov ernment to say how much of any particular com modity is used for a certain HAKRBHAN How much for the automobile industry would be allowed to Anderson was before the house 1 banking As to needed allocation in the and crop he told it In pared for any emergency that might such as failure of grain it would be neces sary to haveauthority not only for controlling exports but for limiting inventories and directing use of grain domestically through the most essential Authority for allocating the use of storage and transportation facilities and distribution of farm and fertilizer would also be neces As iot export Ander son said 3 are needed 1 to protect our econ lomy 2 aid in im port require ments of those ANDERSON countries in greatest need 3 fulfill oar ob i ligations under food allocations and 4 to secure the cooperation of other nations in I meeting Americas import Cabinet officers are now en j gaged in giving congress detailed j views in support of the controls program which M Truman pre sented in general terms on the convening of the special congress last Secretary of the Treasury Sny der Tuesday urged controls over credits and Oscar undersecretary of the I said possible need is foreseen for price controls over petroleum and coal and perhaps for rationing of t Anderson told the banking com mittee the rationing and control authority would be good insur Harriman urged granting of authority to control prices of ex port 8 Republican Senators Ask Cut for Aid repub licans asked the senate Wednes dayto cut the administrations European aid pro gram to Senator Malone of Nevada of fered the amendment to pending aid Joining him as co sponsors were Senators Bricker of Kern of Williams of Wilson Ec ton of Dworshak of and Jenner of Republican leaders said the ef fort would but debate on it threatened to wreck their plans for a final vote Wednesday on the Before Malone offered his Senator Wherry R said that some younger senators contemplated an effort to from the ad ministrations That is the amount tentatively stricken out by the house foreign affairs com Wherry told reporters he an ticipates this attempt will fail and the senate will pass this over On the house side of the capi fresh prospects cropped up of delay in final action on the pro Chairman Taber said it probably will be 4 at the earliest before the house appro priations committee can even con sider appropriating emergency aid for Italy and Taber told this to reporters after conference with President Tru After cutting from he the administration asked for Italy and the house foreign affairs committee added for The measure before the foreign affairs committee simply author izes the proposed Before any aid is actually egislation apprppriating the iunds will Tiave to cleared from Tabers Taber said he did not discuss be foreign affairs committees ac ion with The white louse said Truman requested he conference with the New Taber said his committee has a ather heavy schedule the first 3 ays of next week on regular ap ropriation The foreign affairs committees ote to cut down the size of Eu opean aid was reported to have een by a 109 The vote on for China was not re formance of The Bishops HOPE CHATS WITH Elizabeth chats with Bob his wife in the Odeon theater in London Tuesday night at the 2nd annual royal command film George VI speculatively Tuesday night while Comedian Bob Hope ran through the pages of an auto graph book which was Holly woods wedding gift to Princess Hes looking for his own pic the monarch The king traded wisecracks with the Britishborn American comed ian at the royal command per Their exchange and sonalities in attendance the per stole th spotlight from the film The exempt from th new 75 per cent British tax American films because it wa shown for the benefit of the Cine matograph Trade Benevolent func raised or mor from the persons who paii Iowa College Student Faces Prison Term for Draft Law Violation Des Edwin a senior at William Penn college at Oska Wednesday faced an 18 months prison term for violation of the draft act unless national amnesty is granted for such of fenders by President Federal Judge Charles Dew ey sentenced Street but withheld action on the sentence until 15 because of the possi bility that the president may rule favorably on a petition for gen eral amnesty for conscientious The Quakerstudent entered a plea of guilty to the charge of draft evasion last and Guilford appeared in court to plead for clemency for their son but the re quest for probation was denied by the FIND 4 ALIVE N SHIP WRECK Coast Guard Reports 3 Dead in Transport The oast guaf d reported Wednesday it ad found 4 men alive and 3 dead n of the army transport larksdale which was nashed on the rocky beach of ippa Niels comman said tiie searching party did not report finding any trace of the other 44 crew members of the ship and prospects of their survival dont look very He said combing of the beach and thewooded section of the rugged little island had failed to disclose any trace of survivors despite aerial observers reports that they sighted 3 men on the beach EMaagers Palestine Partition Approval Philippines Also Hints Vote Against Program in UN Assembly Action Mikolajczyk Arrives at New York Airport New Mik refugee former leader of the peasant party in ar rived at LaGuardia field Wednes Mikolajczyk arrived by Pan American airlines from He reached 2 weeks ago after fleeing from Poland to es cape On hand to meet Mikolajczyk were former Ambassador to Po land Arthur Bliss Lane and who left Poland said I just came to of fer any assistance I can to Im here as a friend of North lowan Applies for Bus Line Permit Des JP Glen Moetsch of New Hampton has ap plied to the Iowa state commerce commission for permission to op erate a bus line between Ionia and Charles A public hearing on the applica tion will be held at New Hampton United Nations program to par tition Palestine suffered aserious setback in the United Nations gen eral assembly Wednesday when Greece announced it wouldvote against the plan and the Philip pines indicated its vote also would be in the The development threatened to leave partition five votes short of the twothirds majority needed for final assembly unless its supporters succeeded overnight in rounding up additiontal Greece abstained Tuesday when the Palestine committee approved partition by a vote of 25 to short the twothirds The Philippines was Greek delegate Vassili Dendra mis rocked the tense and packed assembly hall with the announce ment that the vote of Greece would go to the Arabs in their an gry fight against The Greek position was particu larly significant in view of Greeces constant support of the United States in all large and in the The United together with is author of the UN partition Philippines Delegate Carlos absent at all previous votesonthe Palestine told the assemblyjiis government could not approve partition because it would invite hostilities in the Holy The indications of strengthened Arab support came in the wake of a warning by Canada that if the UN votes down ferocious warfare will break out in Pales time and spread to other parts of the Great Britain took the rostrum in closing hours of the meeting to underscore Britains coolness to ward partition and at the same time reaffirm its promise to do nothing to obstruct partition if the assembly approves In an enigmatic speech attack ing Philippines delegate Carlos Romulo told the tense assembly that the AmericanRus sian move to split the Holy Land would encourage political disun ion and territorial mutilation of SAME White On means no traffic death I past 24 hours GIFT HOME FOR THANKSGIVING Family of 12 Reunite in Council Bluffs House Council giving of thanks will come easy Thanks giving day for the Troy Wilcoxen family of Council Bluffs After living in a truck body for months because landlords did noi want to rent to a family with the Wilcoxens were to move Into a gift house Wednes The house was offered rent free for 2 years fay Joseph Katelman and volunteer laborers have been working 2 weeks to put the house in This included wiring and In Blurfs citizens have showered the coxens with household clothing and Wilcoxen said it will be the first time in 6 weeks that her children will be Fourmonthold Sharon Rae will rejoin the family and her twin Karen after being in the hospital for treatment of anei More than the Thanks dinner include a Si pound goose donated Joe Gots diners grocery Iowa Cityan Indicted for Reckless Homicide in Indiana Accident South of Iowa was indicted by a court grand jury Wednesday on 2 charges of reckless homicide re sulting from the traffic deaths of 2 college students after a football game here Noble was the driver of a car which ran into a group of Notre Dame and Marys college stu dents as the group crossed a street following the Notre DameIowa Too Realistic theatrical agency sued Actor John Watson for damages charging that he became intoxi cated and stopped the show while playing the lead in a The play was The Injured by Shotgun of previously injured in an auto was in a hospital here Wednesday with a severe hip wound resulting when his shotgun accidentally discharged as he was taking it from his up to for It will be shown Wednesday night at a Liv erpool but the British public in general will not get tc see the tax situation The press commented sparsely on the Commentator were more interested in the fac that 17 year old Princess Margare appeared in public with young King Mihai of Romania for the first time at the and in King Georges exchange with Barreled album o signed photographs to Princes to be delivered to her elder The king asked whetherBing Crosbys autograph was in Hope He put 3 You he cant Queen Elizabeth I think it is wonderful of Americans to have come all this way for our British film she Among those featured in the stage show at the command per formance were Screen Stars Rob ert Loretta Young Alexis Smith and her Craig Carole Landis and David The theme ishAmerican Theguests also saw a halfhour color film of Princess Elizabeths wedding to Prince Iowa Roads Slippery in South and West Des ff An inch of snow fell at Sioux City and Coun cil Bluffs Tuesday night and esser amounts were reported at the weather bureau from other itations throughout the The Iowa highway patrol said lighways in the south central area vere very slippery and hazard The patrol reported highways in the southwest portion were packed with snowand ice and were very Highways in the west portion were slippery and in the extreme northwest were The patrol aid highways in the rest of the tate were slippery in Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Considerable cloudi ness Wednesday night and Thursday with no decided change in Light snow Wednesday night and Thursday Low Wed nesday night 15 to high Thursday 20 to owa Light snow Wednesday probably mixed with light freezing rain or sleet near the Missouri Thursday most ly cloudy with snow flurries in No decided change in Low Wednesday night 12 northeastto 25 south High Thursday 23 to Minnesota Light snow Wednes day night gradually clearing Continued IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum 19 Minimum 9 At 8 Wednesday 9 fEARAGO Maximum 31 Minimum 19 MOLOTOV ASKS END TO BIG 4 GERMANY RULE Proposes Creation of Democratic Governmen for All of Country Foreign Minister Molotov Wednes day called for an early end of the Big 4 administrative role in Ger many and proposed the immediate creation of a democratic govern ment for all of that Molotovs proposals on Germany were made at a stormy 2nd meet ing of the council of foreign min The council finally agreed upon an agenda placing the Aus trian treaty commissions report first on the agenda of their Lon don conference and passing it im mediately to deputies to set up the German peace treaty next for Secretary of State George Marshall upbraided Molotov for making allegations which he saic were figments of chairman of Wednes days opened the session with a long Ke charged that the United States and some of the democratic nations of west ern Europe were trying to make an imperialistic approach to Ger many and to block an early Ger man peace For the economic point of view Molotov such an ap proach was designed to weaken Germany because of the western fear of German competition in world The he was trying to establish special positions fo itself arid to create slave At once Marshall denounced Molotov for allegedly evil mo tives which are figments of prop aganda and not of the mindt Let us get down to wotk am drop Marshall said and logically endeavor to read an agreement for the benefit of the entire We need to pro mote tranquility instead of bit terness The order of the agenda set the Austrian treaty report It was passed at without discus to the deputies who will meet The 2nd place on the agenda was given to the German peace including procedure and Third on the agenda was a dis cussion of the economic principles calculated to lead to German eco nomic Fourth was the form and scope of the future provisional German Fifth was a Russian proposal concerning the implementation of the Moscow and Potsdam de cisions on demilitarization of Sixth was the American propo sal for a 40year treaty to guaran tee the disarming and demilitari zation of 3arole Mother Who Smuggled HackSaw blades to Husband Des Hazel who pleaded guilty to a charge of smuggling hacksaw blades to her husband in the Polk county is going to return to her job at District Judge Russell Jordan riday sentenced the young moth er of a yearold child to 10 years at the Rockwell City womens re ormatory and then paroled her o the state parole The child will stay with her parents on a farm near Waterloo nd she will resume her employ mentat a packing Judge ordan Her Bob Edwin who was sentenced to 0 years at the state penitentiary fter pleading guilty to burglary had asked the court for eniency for his ears Little of Mistreating Americans n Jap Prison Camp Ed ward Little of was cleared by the navy Wednes ay of charges that he mistreated American prisoners at a Japanese amp and that he was indirectly esponsible for the death of 2 Little was acquitted by a 7man ourt martial that heard 77 wit lesses in 98 The courts find ngs were approved by Secretary f Navy John the avy although Rear navy judge advocate differed on one About onethird of the United tales is included in the Missis ippi river drainage Mayor Curley Is Released by Truman Thanksgiv ingeve commutation by Presiden Truman freed Bostons Mayo James Curley Wednesday from the Connecticut jail where hi started a 6 to 18 months mai fraud sentence last June Without the presidential rescue the 73yearold democratic national committeeman woult have had to serve at least unti the day after Christmas to reach the 6 month minimum required before he would be eli gible for Justice department officials who disclosed Trumans decision to release the veteran Massa chusetts politi cal leader a former gover nor of his state and rep res entative said Curlej would be out in time to ea T hanksgiving dinner with hi Curley w a indicted 3 on charges of fusing the mails to de CURLEY in con nection with activities of Engi neers The governmen contended the firm falsely rerJre sented its ability to obtain wa contracts for Trial was delayed several time by Curleys illness and consume weeks of testimony when it final ly got under He was convict ed on Two appeals for a supremi court review were turned down and a final effort to persuade Jus tice James Proctor of the dis trict court here to suspend th jail sentence on grounds of agi and ill health also Curley will lose none o his civil rights under the presi dential commutation of his prisoi sentence for mail a Massa chusetts state official said Wed Curley can retain the office o mayor and has all the rights o any other American this official He will not be re quired to make periodical reports like a Commutation of the sentence this official simply cuts his minimum sentence from 6 months to 5 Employes of Hormel Share Profit Split Hormel and meat pack Wednesday distributed nearly to employes hroughout the nation under a profitsharing plan which com Dany officials said was a demo cratic answer to the threat of Officials of the firm said the workers earned the money by putting extra effort into their The checks brought average annual earnings to repre senting an average weekly wage of and an average hourly rate of Jay chairman of the said that this rate of in come can be accounted for only by extra This sort of productivity oc curs only in a free country with a system of individual he Those who are flirting vith ideas of of jovernment of social st or of communist might find here a more profitable pattern to The yearend distribution to taled Under the Hor mel all income after ex penses is put in joint earning ac The money is divided at he end of the year between the tockholders and the employes on a sliding Since the system was started 9 rears total payments to em iloyes under the joint earnings ilan are of which rearend payments amount to OUST SOVIETS FOR FOMENTING FRENCH UNREST USSR Embassy Says Men Led Repatriation Move for Soviet Citizens government Wednesday ordered the expulsion from France of 20 Russians de scribed by the French as fomen ters of recent disorders in this country and by the soviet embassy as leaders a movement for repatriation of soviet citizens in French autboritcs reported that their investigation was not com plete and that more arrests could be The Russian embassy said in a formal statement that the position of the soviet including White Russians who were restored to citizenship when they proclaimed communist had been approved by the French The 20 Russians ordered the embassy were leaders of the Russian and had as their only purpose the accelera tion of the repatriation of their The interior ministry did not explain the precise nature of the alleged Russian activity in fo menting recent The as strikes led by communists gripped all of and violence broke out afresh at Lyon where used tear gas to break up a of several thousand strikers marching on police Although a call for a general railroad strike fell short of the with some trains moving in and out of the transport strike spread when the truckers union called for a general strike longdistance haulersin the Paris beginning Several hours after the govern ment announced the expulsion the 20 the soviet bassy reported that it had not been informed officially in ad vance of the French The embassy said it was keep ing Moscow and was awaiting It reported that amongthose ordered deported were several who worked in the ranks of the French resistance during the nail Some of the resistance the Soviets received awards from the French One of was president of the Association of he Russian Resistance Group in France and was awarded a French war cross 2 weeks according the Premier Robert Schumans new jovernment decided to retreat be orethe legitimate demands of Trench labor for wage Schuman was to explain lis program to combat the strikes n a nationwide The flurry of violence at Lyon was the first on such a scale since he Marseille riots 2 weeks Strikers in Lyon held a meeting at he central labor exchange under auspices of the General Oon ederation of After the meeting several thousand strikers moved on the prefecture of A large force of officers resorted to tear gas to disperse the massed finishing touches were put Schumans in a 4hour cabinet Pending com munication of the cabinets deci sioiip to labor leaders and employ no details were But a spokesman said the cab net contemplated an at least par ial satisfaction of the workers coupled with strong measures to combat The pokesman said that within a week new legislation would be put be ore the assembly to regulate the to The government was expected to seek to force lai jor unions to conduct a poll by ecret ballot before any strike ac ion could be FOX ADMITS EVADING TAX Des Mason City hoe Simon plead ed guilty to charges of income tax evasion in federal district court cre Judge Charles Dewey set 5 as date for Indicted last spring on charges if failure to pay federal taxes on more than income for the Mason City hoe pleaded guilty to 1944 The govern ment charges that he owes n tax for that If a handful of microscopically ivided iron particles is exposed o air it will burst into   

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