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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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16 i'HURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1943 Will Indict 6 Speaking on Air for Nazis WASHINGTON, U.R--The justice department soon will indict for treason six Americans v.'lio are broadcasting regularly from Germany and Italy, it v.-as learned Wednesday. . . . They are Constance Drexel, Fred Kaltenbach, Douglas Chandler, Jane Anderson, Ezra Pound and Robert H. Best v.'ho has'said he would be a presidential candidate. They may never be brought to trial, but the Indictment will warn them against trying to come back to the United States. A spokesman foi- the justice department admitted that the indictments are being considered. It was learned that one of the delays thus far has been whether, legally, the six have committed acts of treason through broadcasts in contrast to overt acts. Should the six ever be tried, the supreme court would have to decide that point. The federal bureau of investigation officially went on record as saying the six had been "under investigation for several years," but there was no comment from that source on the indictment. The six broadcasters for the axis are somewhat well known in the United States. Kaltenbach was born in Dubuque, Iowa, and attended East Waterloo high school and the University ot Chicago. In 193B he went to Berlin for his masters degree and identified himself m 1J40 as a free lance writer and translator. He has told friends that he intends to write a book on the German conquest of Poland He broadcasts in the form of a letter to "Dear Harry"--who once was a friend of his in Waver] v Iowa. '-Dear Harry," Kaltenbach once broadcast, "Don't let America pull Britain's chestnuts out of the are again." MASOJ* CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Tiie United States has a world monopoly of helium. ' All food . . . N o waste . . . Top quality that's why you should serve more (LOOK FOR THE BRAND) IOWANA FRESH COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE or IOWANA SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE .. for Breakfast for Dinner for Supper Decker's lawana sausage is all meat and delicious tasting a nutritious, economical food. · AT ALL BETTER STORES · «C»CU('U»! JS1 2 2 2, Yank Reinforcements U. S. soldiers, packing this small boat, wave to their American comrades as they near the shore somewhere in iNew Guinea. Americans and Australians have been defeating Japs in that area. ' . Bank at West Union Makes Annual Report WEST UNION--The First National bank of West Union,, at its annual meeting Tuesday, showed a gain of almost 5350,000 in deposits for the year, its total footings as o[ Jan. 11 being $1,704,492. The bank carried $9,000 to the surplus account to bring'the surplus to $35,000. Directors re-elected are Frank Camp, W. H. Antes. D. R. Lynch, C. H. Howard and H. H. Paulson; C. W. Grimes was added to the directory board. Officers are Frank Camp, president; \\'.. H. Antes, vice president; D. R, Lynch, cashier on military leave of absence; C. W. Grimes, Esther Voss, Carl Schori, and John P. Camp, assistant cashiers. RAIZES Nazis Dig Deep Into Reserves By EDWIN SIIAXKE STOCKHOLM, (Jfj~Faced with mounting casualties and growing demands en new fronts, the Germans are making a stern effort to mobilize every available reserve by mustering into the army men previously rejected for military service, reliable diplomatic sources said, Wednesday. Our entire lino of winter merchandise ot Clearance Prices. A shopping trip to Ro.zes wiu mean extra sovings with which you can buy WAR BONDS! MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS $9.85 and up See our stock of overcoats. No\Vs the time to buy! MEN'S Sheep-lined Coats 40 inches $9.85 See these coats ito\v while they last. Hoys' Sheep-lined t»«j |n Coals «J^."O COMPLETE LINE OF Rubber Footwear Just received a new shipment of rubber footwear that xvas due us on last fall's order. 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STORE Phone 434 We Reserve the Right to Limit 301 South Federal A commission of hiffh German army officers, these sources de- flared, is touriiiff the reich o comb out the last of the nation's manpower--men previously pronounced unfit forgive service for slight disabilities but who could be used as garrison troops in occupied countries or for desk ivork, thus releasing more able- bodied men for the front * * * The Germans were said by these sources, who may not be named i to be counting on this program to I yield another 2,000,00 men for the i army. Observers pointed out. however ' that the induction of these men into the armed forces would confront Labor Dictator Fritz Saucke! --already hard-pressed t o f i n d l trained workers for important \vai-i industries--with a gigantic task of! finding replacements in occupied ! lands. Sauctcel has a large siaff of of- ' ficials recruiting help from all! iurapc, concentrating especially iv ! the east in drives he describes as 'the mobilization of every last 1 capable reserve in order to increase armament capacity." * * ¥ Aceordmn to official German i announcements, 700,000 men al- j ready have been transported I from the Ukraine io work in ' Germany's factories and on her i farms. I Meanwhile reports in German! newspapers and dispatches from! tnvedisn correspondents in Berlin! indicate that conditions are be-' coming harder from day to day ' for the people on the German i home front. More and more plants are bein i converted from the production df i goods for civilian consumption to ! the manufacture of war materials ! It was reported reliably that-last fall only 20 per cent of the nations industrial capacity v.'as producing peace-time goods. Rural Youth Group of Hancock County Picks New Officers for Year GARNER-Tho Hancock county Rural Youth group recently elected officers for the year 19.13 They are: President, Lillian McDer- i mot;; vice-president, Claude Hulmg: secretary, Inez Evkles. and reporter. Lawrence Guernsey The group is holding a meeting at the home of the secretary on Jan. 15. at which time tlicv will meet with Robert C. Clark of Iowa State college, who will assist the officers in planning (heir 1043 program. Alta Vista State Bank Holds Annual Election «, VI5TA -Slockhold e rs of the Alta Vista State bank held their annual meeting here Tuesday afternoon. Only a small number was present. President Joe I rantzen presided and Joe Menees was secretary. Incumbent Directors Joe Frant- J, cn - A J°1£ Alt, Carl White and t. H. Kemp were re-elected and Joe iMenges was named to succeed the late John Laucfc. The report read at the meeting sliowcd the institution enjoyed the biggest business in Us history the past year. 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