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2 Tuesday, March 7. 1941 MASON" CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 118 four-motored bombers, were destroyed in the Berlin attack. At least 2 divisions--a total of 854 bombers--of flying fortresses and liberators, escorted by a like number of fighters, participated in the record attack on factories, airfields and military installations, bringing home to the German people for the first time that Iheiv capital has been marked for day and night bombardment to destruction. A lone, unarmed reconnaissance plane piloted by Maj. Wilton L. Weitner of Yonkers, X. V., that sped over Berlin taking photographs alter the raid found numerous fires and devastation in the 6 target areas, a V. S. army announcement said. Weitner, commander of a photographic squadron, obtained the first American aerial photographs ever taken of "Hitler's crumblin city," the announcement said. He encountered some antiaircraft opposition and was chased by 3 intercepting planes, but escaped with the pictures. The London Daily Mail reported from Stockholm that an eyewitness of the Berlin raid who ar-rived at Stockholm by plane said he never had seen Berliners "quite so shaken as they were Monday.' "They realized that now, anytime, day or night, the allies cai drop their loads of bombs on an part o£ the capital against whicl the best shelters afford little protection." the traveler wns quoted as saying. WATCHING ADMIRALTY OPERATION--Lining the rail of A warship participating in the bombardment oi' the Admiralty islands before U. S. forces landed are (1. to r.): Vice Admiral Kincaid, Rear Admiral Berkey and Gen. Douglas Mat-Arthur. In spite of strong Jap resistance, the Yanks have enlarged the perimeter about Momote airdrome on Lo.s Negros isle. One Didn't-Another Did Boston, (U.R)--In Dcclham probate court Monday, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Lcvine of Boston was granted a divorce after testifying that h c r husband never kissed her, while in Boston probate court Mrs. Jennie M. Potter was granted a divorce on the grounds that her husband wanted to make love to her morning, noon and night. Nazis Leave Estonia Loaded With Goods S t o c k h o l m , IA')--Dispatches from Helsinki said Tuesday that the evacuation of the German civil administrations in Reval and other Estonian cities is proceed- The dispatches arrive (in Estonia) with only attache cases are departing with truck-loads of goods." i n g s t e a d i l y , added: "Germans who Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. R E N T OUR ELECTRIC FLOOR SANDERS By the hour or day Ness £ Phone 17 20-22 E. State IOWAN REPEATS WISH TO RETIRE Gillette Asks Action on Othei' Candidates Washington. (.V)--Senator Gil- ;ette (D-Imva) telegraphed the Iowa d e m o c r a t i c organization Tuesday t h a t "with deep regret but w i t h ' deep sincerity 1 rean- nounce my wish to retire." In response to a telegram from J a k e More. Iowa democralic chairman, urging the senator (o place his state and country "ahead of your own personal desires.'' Gillette recalled that "immediately on my rc-electiou as senator in I93B I announced my wish and purpose to retire from official life at the end of my present lernv" '"I have continued with all my heart in that hope and," Gilletlc told More. An immediate decision was essential, the senator's telegram continued, because "my party or- anization has been circulatin petitions for renomination." There is still time, he said, to take action to place on the party ticket ''one or more of the fine men and women whom we have available.'' .MOKE EXPECTS NO STEl'S FOR NEW CANDIDATE NOW Harlun. (fP--Jake More, chair- nun of the democratic state central committee, said Tuesday the organization probably would take no immediatae steps to line up a United States sena- a definite decision candidate for tor. More said had not been reached, but added that the state organization probably would wait and see what develops. Candidates have 10 days remaining in which to file nomination papers and if no candidate acceptable to a party organization files papers, the party may conduct a campaign to have the name of a candidate w-ritten in on the primary ballots. More said such a "write-in" campaign might be adopted if no candidate acceptable to the state organizatoin comes forward. BRITISH CRUISER SANK AT ANZIO Captain "Went Down With Ship" Is Report I. o 11 d o n. U.R--The 5,270 ton British cruiser Penelope, tough veteran o f v the Mediterranean campaign and inspiration for the Ijest seller "The Ship." was lost in the allied landing below Rome, it was revealed Tuesday. The admiralty in a terse com- inuiiiiiu' announced her loss and A. \. Alexander, first lord of the admiralty, disclosed in commons that she went down in the Anzio amphibious operation. B r i t i s li tars affectionately called the Penelope "H. M. S. Pepperpot" because she once ran the treacherous Malta supply line after her steel hide had been pierced 2,000 times by high explosive splinters. Cecil Seott Forester, author of novels, biographies and travel buoks, went lo sea in the Penelope to . gather information for "The Ship," which lie dedicated lo her officers and men. Captain O. D. Belben, her commander, was among those lost when she \vas sunk in an undisclosed manner. Major Miles rft|j|T r UPT P .« c Will Unveil CONTEMPT CASE SEEMS ENDED ESTONIANS EMERGE FROM HIDING--A Russian itrmy officer talks to citizens of the Estonia'n .soviet republic, who hid in the forest from the Germans, according to the caption accompanying this picture received by radio from Moscow. 3 DEAD AS BUS I HITS SNOWPLOW 1 1 Others Injured in Windom, Minn., Crash W i n d o m , Minn.. (U.W--Three persons were killed and 11 others njured, 2 critically, Holiday vhen a Southwestern Stages bus crashed into the rear of a high- vay snowplow, shearing off the ront right half of the bus to the Jrcl passenger seat. The accident occurred shortly jefore noon at R o o m e r corner about 1 mile south o£ here, when lie driver of the bus, Art Kweve, Vlankato, tried to avoid hitting the stalled snowplow and an oncoming passenger car. F r e d Langland, 50, Wilder, Minn., 1 of the highway repair crew, who was working under the alow, was killed instantly. Others tilled were. Miss Mildred Van 2ura, 20, Lakefield, Minn.; and Mrs. John Zimmerman, 44, Rock Rapids, Iowa. Roll of Honor Manly--Maj. Frank Mijes of Dos Motnes will be the principal spenkei% and will make prosenta- tion of the flag and colors for the American Legion Friday evening it the school auditorium, when the school honor roll will be un- eiled. Along \vith the unveiling, gold stars will be presented to the parents of those who have lost their lives, and silver stars for those wounded in action. Families of each veteran will also receive a booklet from the Legion. "All Must Be Well on the Home Front." A program has been arranged, starting at 7:43. Christian Slattum, 82, Dies; Rites at Joice .Joice--A large crowd attended funeral services Monday at the Oscar Ramsey home and at the Beaver Creek ' Lutheran church for Christian Slattum.. 8'2. who died Thursday evening at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ramsey, following a long illness. The Rev. L. ; F. Scheie officiated. Mr. Slattum was born at Highland Prairie. \Vis., in 18(31, and with his parents moved to Albert Lea. Minn., when he was 7 years old. Ten years later they moved to the old Slattum homestead near Joice where he spent most of his remaining years. He was married to Julia Tweed Oct. 20, 1892. They were the parents of 7 children. His wife died in 1030. He is survived by 6 children, Mrs. Mabel Hoff of Mason City, Johnny. Clarence. Mrs. Amy Ramsey .and Irvin of Joice, and Luetla of Minneapolis, also one sister, Mrs. Marie Bjerke. of Albert Lea. Daniels Admits Asking REA Head to Quit Washington. Iff)--A move to cite presidential assistant J o n a t h a n Daniels for contempt of the\ senate apparently collapsed Tuesday after he reappeared before an agriculture subcommittee and testified in detail about an unsuccess- 'ul administration attempt to per- aiude Harry E. Slnttery to resign is rural electrification adminis- rator. Daniels disclosed that President Roosevelt personally approved a jlan to assign SUittcry to an overseas job studying European power developments if he would resign ind that former Senator George N'orris of Nebraska was approached about accepting appointment as REA chief. Norris declined, however, and Slattery refused to design. Daniels realicd. ·\ftcr Daniels' 2-hour appearance before the subcommittee, Chairman Smith (D., S. Car.) snici he "was "very well pleased" with the witness' testimony. 'He saic: the committee would decide in an executive s e s s i o n Wednesday whether to drop the contempt citation it had recommended as ; result of Daniels' earlier refusa to answer questions. DOCTORS WILL MEET KmmetsburB--The Upper Des Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. WE OFFER FOR SALE 50 SHARES SIOUX CITY GAS ELECTRIC 1% PREFERRED TO YIELD 6.10% NORTHWESTERN STATES PORTLAND CEMENT UNITED LIGHT RAILWAY PREFERRED BOUGHT -- SOLD -- QUOTED S'rlcc.s aiul Infonuatitm Kill-nulled on Any Srrurity M. WITTENSTEIN CO. DKS MOINKS U. KHVA Moines Medical Society will meel Thursday evening for a dinner and program at the Kcrmore hole: in Emmetsburg. Speakers for the evening include Dr. George Crnbb of Mason City, and Dr. A. A. Schultx and Dr. Fieseler, both of Fort Dodge. Commission Company Elects '44 Officers West Uiiiun -- At the annua meeting of the West Union Commission company Saturday afternoon the following officers w-erc elected: .1. S. Crowe, president: Loui: Kiel, vice president; Harry Cline secretary and manager; F. W Pape and Fritz Vagts. directors Holdover directors for 1945 ar Harry Stolle and W. E. Halstead for 194G. Jacob Friedcn and Rich ard Gross. FBI Arrests 20 Utah "Fundamentalists" in ampaign on Polygamy Salt Lake City. (U.P.) -- Federal enls arrested 20 leaders of a Utah religious sect Tuesday on harges of violating the Mann act, nailing obscene matter, and vio- ation of the Lindbergh kidnaps law in their advocation of !yjjamy. The arrests constituted the greatest campaign aguinsi poly- :imy in Utah since the practice vus outlawed by the organized Mormon church more than 50 ·ears ago. Those arrested were lamed in 10 indictments returned a federal grand jury that had been meeting since Feb. 28. Federal authorities said they loped the arrests would wipe out polygamy in Utah. Most of those HTested were members of the 'Fundamentalists' 1 sect, w h i c h has a membership of about 2,000. Leaders of the sect, which is opposed by the Latter-Day Saints church, have advocated practice of polygamy in and ·'Truth.'' their church incctin; magazine, the K NO X; U.S. HAS 900 WARSHIPS Figure Does Not Include "Small Stuff," He Says Washington, f.l'j--Secretary of the Navy Knox said Tuesday that the American fleet--largest in world history--now consists of more than 300 warships. '·This doesn't include any small stuff,'' the navy chief added at a news conference. Knox alsi) disclosed that the carrier group of the Essex type will include more than the 11 ships originally scheduled for thut class. He gave no details. Turning -to the subject of German P-boais. Knox quoted an announcement in London that less than one ship for each 1,000 sailing Atlantic waters was lost to submarine activity in the hist half of 19-13. He warned, however, that "the war isn't over. The Germans have a tremendous mini ber of submarines in reserve and at any time may decide on a fresh foray." | Soldier Killed and Parents Hurt as Train Hits Car at Crossing Marshalltou-n, (.*)--2nd LI. E L. Herbrechtsmeier, 26. Hubbard was fatally injured mid his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G Herbrechstmeier. also of Hubbard were seriously injured when the car in which they were riding was struck by a southbound Minneapolis and St. Louis train at grade crossing at the south edge of town Monday night. The Herbrechstmeier car wa thrown about 100 feet from thi highway. Lt. Herbrechstmeier diet in St. Thomas Mercy hospital a 11 p. m. Monday. Hospital mi thorities said Tuesday mornin; the parents were in a critical con (lit ion. Hayfield Boy Injured When Thrown Off 'Jeep' Hayfield--Bobby Jacobson, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobson, former residents here no\v residing north of Forest City, met with a serious accident last Thursday. He and a boy companion were riding in a homemade "jeep" when Bobbie was thrown off and suffered serious head injuries. He was taken to a hospital at Buffalo Center, where he still remains in serious condition. ARMY NURSE VISITS Clarion--Lt. Jean Strom, R. N. t of the Marana army air base, Tucson. Ariz., is spending a 15 day leave at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Strom. Lt. Strom is a graduate, of Clarion high school and the Presbyterian hospital in Chicago. In 1942 she joined the army nurses' corps and was sent to Fort Mac-Arthur, San Pedro, Cal. She has been at her present station for the past IB months. Expect 1,200,000 to Be Inducted Out of 3,000,000 Examined Washington. (if)--Selective service estimates that 3,000,000 men will be sent to examination stations during the 5 month period which began Feb. I , and that about 1,200,000 of that number will be inducted. The figures were disclosed in testimony during hearings on a deficiency supply bill reported Tuesday by the house-appropriations committee. The necessity for calling more than 2 men for every one actually inducted, it was explained by Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, chief of selective services finance and supply division, results from the increased rate of rejections as fathers and older men are called, plus an additional loss of 5 per cent through reclassificalion of men into occupationally-deferred status after they have been given their physical examination. WILL PACK BOXES Iowa Falls--The "soldier morale" committee has announced Thursday and Friday us the days for packing boxes of cookies, candy and gum for men and women from this community now in serv- TO TALK OX GARDEN'S Clarion --L. C. Grove, horticulture specialist of Iowa Slate college, w i l l give informatior) on victory gardens Friday ;it the courtroom to a l l garden leaders of Wright county. GUT CKUTIF1CATES Manly--B a r o a r n Dcningor. Beverly Culvarc and Opal Carree received their certificates for their 60 words per minute shorthand dictation o v e r a 5 minute period, and transcribing with a 37 per cent accuracy. Three other girls. Anna Hassebrock. R u t h Hunger-ford and Kathleen McNulty have now passed the test, and are eligible to their Gregg certificate. In a set of tests sent out by the Business Education World Department of Awards, Beverly Culver. Barbara Deninger. Opal Carre, and Kathleen Mc- N u l t y passed the requirements. N ORMAN CORWIN, ingenious explorer in new dramatic techniques for radio, presents "Movie Primer," a zestful satire on Ho.llywood with Everett Sloane and Minerva Pious in the leading roles, to launch his latest series "Columbia Presents orwin" on Tuesday over KGLO-CBS from 9 to ,9:30 p. m. Corwin produces and" directs the series, and writes most of the plays. Recently returned f r o m Hollywood, Corwin lampoons the film industry in "Movie Primer" with the same spirit CORWIN found in his earlier and highly successful "Radio Primer." Virtually every phase of movie making-from the Hays office to horse operas--is examined and taken for a merry ride. * * * OOPHANO EILEEN FARRELL sings the Mother of British Quads Gets Better; Babies Add Weight Derby. England. IU.R) -- Nora Carpenter, unwed mother of quadruplets, who was brought to the Derbyshire royal infirmary complications the multiple for treatment of which , followed familiar ·How Firm a Foundation." hymn requested by a U. S. chaplain, on KGLO-CBS' ''American Melody Hour" Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. Other songs by Miss Farrell are "Candlelight and Wine'' and "11 "l Love Again.'' Baritone Bub l l a n n o n is heard in "Love Has Made This Such a Lovely Day," "As You Were" and "It's the Irish in Me." Contralto Evelyn Mac- Grcgor performs "I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night'' and "The -Same Little Words." She is accompanied in the latter song by Violinist Remo Bolognini. * * * T HE "quiet and restful atmosphere" of the "Rancho Canova" hotel is the theme of favorably Tuesday. It was announced at Hcanor that the 3 surviving infants were doing and adding weight. well Buy \\\\r Savings Bonds mid .Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier hoy. Former Belmond Boy Takes Rank of Major Belmond -- Announcement ii a s been made by the war department of the promotion o' Raphael F. Kernan. former Belmond boy, to the rank of major in the army air corps. Major Kernan has been [serving in the European theater for over 21 months. His wife and little daughter reside in Des Moincs. This message is to remind you of the bridge of steel or. each contact link of WEED AMERICAN BAR-REINFORCED TIRE CHAINS. This improvement adds much longer milcarje, beter traction, greater safety. The armed forces are using a large part of our output of WEED TIRE CHAINS, Essential civilian cars come next. But perhaps you don't need new chains. Take your used tire chains to a WEED CFAIN duller for inspection and repair. J you must have new ones, be sure to get WEED CHAINS ·or yo-r car withoiu further delay. Never was conservation of tires, gas, cars and p-ssengers so important. This winter more than ever--NEEDED CARS NEED WEED CHAINS' Made by AMEJtlCAN CHAIN DIVISION of AMERICAN CHAIN It CABLE COKPAMY. I.VC-, BridCIKXl. Colin. SS' Jin advertising campaign planned by landlady Judy to counteract the popular opinion that the hotel is a mad on the "Judy Canova Show". Tuesday over KGLO-CBS at 7 ::JO p. in. During her campaign -Judy bursts into song with her operatic version of "Mair/.y Duals" and "1 Walk Alone.'' Eddie Dean rhapsodizes about the "Banks of the Sunny San Juan." Supporting Judy are regulars Mel Blanc, Ruby Dandridge, Ken Niles, and Gordon Jenkins" orchestra. * * * ITH the author as narrator, KGLO-CBS' "Report to the Nation" presents a dramatization of Quentin Reynold's new book, "The Curtain Rises," Tuesday at 8:30 p. m. The book, published by Random house, was released March G. Reynolds, who is the regular narrator on "Report to the Nation," describes in his book the various war fronts he visited--Egypt. Palestine. Russia, north Africa, Sicily, and bloody Salerno. In 5 former books, Reynolds says, he beat the drums for the RAF, the British army, and the red army, but in this one, "he discovered the American armv." R EPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM LEiUKE, republican of North Dakota, speaks oil "Veterans' Rehabilitation" on KGLO-CBS' "Congress Speaks" program Tuesday at 9:50 p. m. The program originates from Columbia's Washington station, WTOP. * * * R USSIA'S traditional unity in the face of for- ci:;ii invasion during the last 7 centuries, this despite her tremendous size and varied nationalities, is explained by Narrator Roy Chapman Andrews in the presentation "One Sixth ol the Earth: Russia" on KGLO-CBS' geographical sc- ries "New Horizons" Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. * * * G RACIE ALLEN tries to make a softie of Alan Ladd when the film tough guy visits the KGLO-CBS "Burns and Allen" program Tuesday at 8 p. m. | Gracie uses '; Ladd as an excuse to get | h e r g i r .1 friend, Toot- ' sie Sagwell, some m u c h needed publicity to further her plans as a career LADD woman. Gracie gets results, but not as planned, for her campaign starts with a crushed automobile fender and winds up in an explosive scene in night court. Announcer Bill Goodwin wanders in and out of the proceedings. Tenor Jimmy Cash sings to the accompaniment of Felix Mills' orchestra. After All, He Must Have Pride in Job IJricrley Hill. England, f.^i-- The Brierley Hill city council advertised for a rat catcher at a salary (if S20 a week, but got no · response. The council decided to · try again, but advertised this lime for "a rodent operative"--and got one at S18 a week. · KGLO-CBS DAILY PROGRAM SCHEDULES · Tuesday. P. M. .VIM Q n i n c y liowr and Ihr Xrw*. CHS -':1. KGLO rpnnn ":2.' Hours Attend r,:.l!i S p o r t s C'ainrra T,;tr. Thr U'nrM T o d a y . ;*itrr;0 Electric. rits .*.:.", .McJi.inz of the X r w . ». K. «ood- rich C n m p a n v . CWS r.:\M N r u s n r ttir N a t i o n . F. r.. A E. [.'. H.irrt M a k e 7:00 Hebrew Christian Hour. Or. l i r h - j «lson I :::il Kerp Time with Damons *:1.% W o r l d News. Mason Cily Merchants ( H i m bath) S:::i) Today in O^acr !»:iMt Clear I-ake on thn Air ·»:ir. Tip* and Titi*-s. Tirty Hoitisf Products !i:,."i SDIIJCN of O m a r . Omar Floor j :i:::» Oprn t)nor. Standard Brands. CttS ' H: l."» niehrlor'* Children. 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