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January 7, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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GIRAUD ISSUES CALL FOR UNITY Declares Defeat of Nazis Beyond Doubt NEW YORK, (/P)-- The Dakar radio said Thursday that General Henri Honore Giraiid, high commissioner for French north and west Africa, declaring the defeat o£ Germany to be beyond doubt, had urged all Frenchmen to unite to liberate our fatherland and avenge the infamous treatment inflicted by the Germans on the French people." He spoke at Dakar where he arrived Jan. 5 to confer with Vice Admiral William A. Glassford, Jr., head of a United States mission there, and with Pierre Boisson governor-general of French west Africa. CBS recorded the broadcast. Back From Solomons as Coconut Casualty f . . W-Ernest M . Sco _ field, Denver marine, returned irom the Solomons as a coconut casualty. His left leg was broken by a coconut dislodged from a tree over his foxhole by a stray Reds May Try to Blockade Kerch Strait By LOUIS F. KEEMLE United Press War Analyst The position of (he Germans in the Caucasus rapidly is becoming desperate as the Russians close in from the north and F' east a n d are n o w threaten- i n g f r o m t h e west. The Russians are reported to be repairing, or h a v e already started, an offensive on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus. T h e r e p o r t Keemle comes from neutral sources in Stockholm, while the Berlin radio, heard in London, said that fighting already had begun in the Novorossisk-Tuapse region of the coast. The Germans may not be able to extricate themselves from the red army trap and thus face th possibility of disaster. A Russian drive on the Black Sea coast would be a direcl threat to the German line of re- treat. Tacticians have pointed out that the army which is withdrawing from the oil field region could escape across the narrow Kerch Strait into the Crimea, where it probably could hold, bolstered by the German forces already there. Stockholm reports o£ the new offensive say it is a combined land, air and naval operations. The use of the navy suggests that the Russians intend to block the strait, which connects the sea of Azov with the Black sea, and destroy any German force which attempts to escape. By a combination of air and sea power, the Russians should be able to do it. The Black sea fleet is strong and it is intact. Since the fall of Sevastopol it has been able to base at ports on the Caucasus coast. This new Russian threat is combined with an even-more imminent one to the key city of Rostov at (he mouth of the Don. Russian forces advancing southward from the south bend of the Don have reached Bolshayaorlovka, only 75 miles north of the city. · The speed of Gen. N F. Vatutin's southward advance may determine the fate of the German army the north Caucasus. If he can storm Rostov before the Germans can withdraw to that city along the railroad from the oil fields they would be cut oft and in ; hopeless position, without any supply line except by air. You get finest quality when you ask for (LOOK FOR THE BRAND) IOWANA FRESH COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE ·or IOWANA SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE : for Breakfast for Dinner for Supper low ana sausage is AH Food . . . no waste . . . Provides fuel and energy/Readily digested . , . and it's delicious! · AT ALL BETTER STORES · a i ? A B T M ! N ; OF , IGSICU.'UBf t SAVE at RAIZES We Clothe and Feed the Entire Family For Less! 6--5e Boxes MATCHES. Gorton Waldorf CRACKERS. 2b 33c Box COOKIES, 2 Ibs.. ^ Certainty Guaranteed FLOUR $2.05 Bonny Loss PEACHES Campbell's TOMATO SOUP *or 25c New Improved Recipe LOST Truck Gas Rationing: Booh Will Finder Please Call the Store. Morrell MINCE MEAT 2 P£, ......... 25c Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL Can' ............ ISC 22c Gallon Can . . 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The convening session and sub- equent conferences in both ma- or parties provided many indica- ons that the animosities which eveloped in the "fighting 77th" ongress have not been dispelled * * * Republicans in both the senate and house declared open Newly elected Representative Will Rogers, Jr., 31, of California gazes, above, at the bronze statue of his famous humorist father in the rotunda of the capital as he took up his new duties in the 78th congress. Rogers was elected while serving as a second lieutenant of artillery at Camp Hood, Texas. STATE GARDEN PLAN LAUNCHED Stimulating of Food Production Is Goal DES MOINES, /P)--Iowa is go- ,ng to have a statewide gardening plan to help the food for victory :ampaign. Approximately 70 persons gathered here Wednesday to formulate i program designed to increase :he food supply through home production. Represented at the conferenct were the Farm Bureau federation, Iowa State college, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, the state department of agriculture. lowr State Federation of Women' ilubs, garden clubs and other organizations. A. J. Loveland, chairman o Lhe state war board, told the vie tory gardens conference that "th world is looking to the north cen tral states, which include Iowa for the food it must have." The conference served as th opening gun for the statewid campaign which will be carriei on by the various counties, wit] county extension directors am trained leaders co-operating wit every potential gardener. There will be training school in each county during Februarj and March, with night meeting for city garden leaders and after noon sessions for rural and smal town leaders. R. K. Bliss, director of the agri cultural extension service o£ low; State college, presided over Wed nesday's conference. Selectees From Mitchell County Receive Orders OSAGE -- Thirty-four Mitchc county men and one transfei VVilbur P. Koenigs, now of Stacy ville, whose registration · w- Iransferred f r o m Mihvavikc Wis., have been ordered to repoi for induction on Jan. 16. The 3n men of the first contin gent called up from Mitche county through selective servic in 1943 are: Albert M. Tonn, Burton L Duncomb and Robert J. Stephei son of Riceville; Alverne B Ol sen, Ralph D. Gabby, Willso Gaffney, Earl M. Churness, Pa G. Lipperl. Prell W. Baker, Wi liam H. Schiller, Gerald B. Gille Melvin H. Meyer, Edwin F Tesch, John R. Young. Bruce 1 Lett, Frank R. Pitrn, Maurice E Woodiwiss, and Rudolph A An derson; Earnest C. Moran, Verno L. Smesrtid, James M. Dunla and Robert F. Roe of Osage. Ronald E. Harlis of O r c h ^ Conrad M. Seaver, Wayne M. Pe derson, Lawrence P. Fischer. La Verne R. Michaels, and Williar M. Slaichert of St. Ansgar; Jo seph Mostek of Mitchell; Koenig Robert T. Woolm and Ambrose Meyerhofcr of Stacyville. a Bennie Roslicn and Leslie Drunasky of Carpenter. j 9 Swans Reported Missing From Lake INGLEWOOD, Cal., (#)--A. r Hansen, superintendent at th Hollywood Turf club's track, re ported to police that six blac swans and three white ones va ued at S375 had disappeared from the Inticld lake. The meat shortage? UNDERGOES OPERATION THOMPSON--Mrs. P. H. Hag enson living one-half mile nort of Thompson, underwent a majc operation Monday at the Dolmag hospital at Buffalo Center. A this time she is getting alon nicely. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1943 warfare on "arrogant bureau. cracy," non-essential eovern- ment spending In wartime, and "promiscuous granting of blank checks and blanket powers." * * * Opening day speeches by republicans and southern democrats were aimed at administration o[ war agencies through executive orders by the president. Representative Eugene E. Cox, D., Ga., called for reasserlion of the rights and prerogatives of congress in this session. In this he echoed the expressed sentiment of House Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr., o£ Massachusetts and the implied feeling of House Speaker Sam Rayburn, The unsettled committee situation in the house, where the republicans are demanding a greater representation because of their increased strength, was shown in the failure to elect sitting mem- 17 bers of top committees at the first day's session. * * * It was understood that the democrats arc amenable to granting the republicans a fair share of representation on such committees as ways and means, military and naval affairs, rules and foreign affairs, but they want to know "who goes where." In the senate, democrats held a caucus to determine the ·dispo- sition of more than a dozen important committee assignments they have controlled since the new deal came into power. Republican senators will hold their committee caucus Friday. Because of their increased representation in the senate--10 more seats than in the last congress-they are demanding about 18 more posts on important committees. Chicago Gets $12,230 From "Auto Pound" CHICAGO, (fl)_The police de- parlmcnt established an "automobile pound" for homeless and derelict automobiles last September. Since then, seven auctions of cars abandoned on (he streets have brought in $12,230, and storage fees of 25 cents a day, paid by owners of stolen cars, have accounted for 51,763.25 more. GERALD CARNEY PROMOTED NEW HAMPTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Carney have been informed that their son, Gerald Carney, had been promoted to the rank of lieutenant in the navy. Lt. Carney, who has been on duty in the Pacific, has not been in the United States since prior to Dec. 7. 1941. ·Si Pork LOINS WHOLE OR HALF ....LbL 29 L A R D 2 L| " READY FOR THE PAN Rosefish Fillets C A R R O T S CALIF. 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