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~r---~ . I M - . , ~ . ^ . ~ . ^ ~ r e ^ ^ r o a u r g a a i g r r e £ g 3 r g ^ g s a i g a = f t l C T » 3 3 g « ^ ^ -- : -- - -- . ~~~--~.pT.n^ .1 ·^rtsa^uuxa3^su^sf^^H^:^^7^r^^^£^ t rr^-^r^,^^ JANUARY 21, 1943 MASON. CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CITE NEED OF FARM MACHINES Senate Committee Proposes New Formula WASHINGTON, (/FJ--Asserting there was "grave danger" that 1943-44 food production goals would not be met, the senate defense investigating committee declared Thursday that the office ol civilian supply had "gambled dangerously and unwisely with our nation's food supply." * * * The report, made public by Chairman Truman (D.-Mo.). said the OCS, a war production board agency, rejected recommendations for new (arm machinery made by the agriculture department and substituted instead recommendations based "on a formula which was developed for it by a professor of agricultural engineering." * * * Joseph L. Weiiier director of WPB's office of civilian supply, told the committee Wednesday that farmers, were entering 1943 with "the greatest aggregate quantity o£ machinery in history." While new machinery had been limited to 23 per cent of 1940 production, he said, repair parts had been upped to 167 per cent ot 1940 figures. The committee, however, said it was "a short-sighted policy" to think that most farmers could, by making repairs, "keep up a substantial production for a year or so." . The committee recommended: 1. That F o o d Administrator Claude \Vickard's determination ot materials required for food production "be given maximum consideration in allotting materials." Z. That a proposal to manufac- facture present quotas ot farm machinery by June 30, 1943, instead of Oct. 31, be adopted. 3. That "a new and more adequate program for farm machinery production for the year beginning July 1, 1343, be developed and issued as soon as requirements are ascertained." "If the farmer loses his labor and at the same time is deprived of the machine tools which he needs to produce his crops, Iris plight will be desperate," the report said. AIR YA LISTENIN? Leader of Commandos Solves o Mystery M Another daring raid on the French coast by the com- y mandos catapults "Chips" Davis, the unit's leader, into a W baffling mystery on KGLO-CBS' "The Commandos" at 8 * # * * * * * * o'clock Thursday night. The local ---- station plays back a recording ol the original Columbia broadcast. · 3 0 0 K I L O C Y C L E S Thursday P, M. :uo Miilbar 4:^0 Alt You a Groins? CBS 4:43 Ben Bernie. Wricley Gun, CBS 5:u» Troubadour*. CBS 5:15 John Sebastian's Harmonica. CBS r,;i:u Bobby Tueker'i Voices. CBS !i:lr Tbe World Today. CBS ::M News at O« Nation. V. G. Jt t. 6:i: Harry James. CaeslerMeUj, CBS (i::lO KGLO Forum C:IU Houri Ahead «:45 Sports Camera 7:6* Meel Corliss Archer. CBS 7:::u Eventide Keboei -:lj Neus ot Ihe World, Vance Mime Company 8:00 Commaodoi, CBS »:3» Wartime Livestock Production »:4J The Hint's HeA 9:011 The First Line. WrideT Cllta, CBS ·j:.'M Public Attain. CBS H;ir. Bub Cr.s»y'* Orchestra lu.l* Evening News Kovnaup to:'** Guy Lombard*'* Orcbestra, CBS ta-.'M Carmen Cavallarc'a Orchestra. CBS 1I:M Presi News. CBS 11:BS Del Courtney's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Neil Bondshu's Oreheitra, CBS !··:·* Press News, CBS 12:03 Sljn Olt BUST OF F. R. --Pvt. Stanley Martineau (left), of the 603rd engineers, camouflage division, is congratulated on his sculpture of President Roosevelt as the three-ton, 13- foot bust was unveiled at the general postot'fice in New York. Left to right: Private Martirieau, Mayor F. H. La- Guardia of New- York, Postmaster Albert "Goldman and Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. REVEALS DATE YANKEES BOMB Nicaragua, the largest Central American republic, has more tnan 200 baseball teams. raisin,, m f A said the brilliant young pianist who thought fun is the essence of life. But then he does fall in love and how love and marriage make a man out of him is vividly shown in one of the most fascinating novels you have ever read. Be sure to follow WHERE CONTENTMENT OF OPERATION Peggy Satterlee on Stand in Flynn Trial j LOS ANGELES, (.PJ--Brunei, demure appearing-Peggy La Rue Sattei'lcc, who testified Wednesday she underwent an operation which tlie state stipulated was an abortion, Thursday fixed the date as last July or August--almost' a ·ear after she charges Errol Flynn iad intimacies with her aboard ifs yacht. Under re-direct examination, Deputy District Attorney Thomas Cochran asked her when "that ilJ- less you spoke about Wednesday" ook place. Miss Satterleq set tiie date but, ; Cochran went on to call at- ention to the time which had lapsed between the yacht trip nd the operation, Defense Attorney. Jerry Cieslcr objected to tlie entire'line of questioning. Superior Judge Leslie E. Still uled, however, that the date it- elf might remain in the record. A police investigation of Miss 'atterlee's disclosure was, mean- i'hile, in tlie offing. Lt. Robert W. Boiling and Sgt. :dward Walker, of the police ju- enile control division, who were nvestigators in the Flynn case, fated after the close of the day's ourt session they would take ac- ion as soon as the Flynn trial is concluded. "We questioned the Satterlee Jirl again and again about other men in her life, and she denied '.here had been any," said Lieutenant Boiling. "Now this comes as a complete surprise to us. We certainly shall do something about it. If her statement is true, a crime was committed "and an investigation is imperative.'" The name of the man involved was not mentioned in her cross examination by Jerry Giesler Flynn's attorney, which elicited testimony on Miss Satterlee's part that she had told Deputy Districl Attorney Thomas W. Cochran of the operation in relating incidents of her life. The latter stipulated that the operation in question was an abortion. The evidence. Superior Judge Leslie E. Still cautioned the jury was introduced solely for the purpose ot showing the state of mind and motive of the witness in giving her testimony. Susanne Sheridan Begins Friday, Jan. 22 in the MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 8 Injured as Hotel Burns in Peona; Many Jump Into Nets PEORIA, III.. (iPi--Fire attacked the five-story Pascal note in the heart of Peoria's busines; district Thursday morning, injuring at least eight persons. The fire raged out of contra two hours after it was discovered and fire officials said it would be several hours before they coulc determine whether any of the 85 guests in the hotel had been trapped in the 150-room structure Scores of the roomers escapee from the burning building b leaping into firemen's nets while others fled on outside fire escapes Kight persons were taken to S Francis hospital, suffering fro burns, effects ot smoke am sprains. B. G. Bnllahan. owner of lh hotel, estimated damage at S300 000. St MRS. BEDELt REAPPOINTED DES MOINES, UP)--Gov. Bourk B. Hichonlooper Thursday sent t the senate for approval the reappointment of Mrs. Virginia Bedell of Spirit Lake to Ihe state board ot parole for a six-yea term beginning July 1, 1943. JAP DESTROYER 8 Enemy Planes Shot Down Around Shortland WASHINGTON. (£)--The navy announced Thursday the bombing of a Japanese destroyer off Bougainville island in the Solomons and the shooting down of Mght enemy planes in the Shortland island area. The text of the navy's com- munique, number 257: "South Pacific: (All dates are east longitude). "1. On Jan. 19 an air striking jroup of United States planes aombed Japanese positions at Vlunda on New Georgia island. Results were not reported. "2. On January 20th: "(A) During the early morning Hying fortress heavy bomb- srs (Boeing B-17) scored one oomb hit on. a Japanese destroyer otf Cape Friendship at the east- a-nmost tip of Bougainville island. "(B) Flying fortresses with 'ightei- escort attacked two cnemy cargo ships and two destroyers n the Shortland island area. A number of enemy zeros and float- ype biplanes intercepted the at- ,ack and eight of these planes were shot down. No hits on the enemy ships were observed. One United States lighter was lost and several."fortresses were damaged, "3. On Jan. 21, during the mining, marauder m e d i u m bombers (Martin B-26). dropped bombs on Japanese positions at Munda. Results were not observed." 'PHONE TOLL RATES REDUCED Overtime Charges Are Cut in New Scale WASHINGTON, (VP)_Long distance telephone users who require more than three minutes to com- ulcte a call will save about S22 800,000 a year, the federal communications commission estimates through new rate reductions. The FCC announced that {he American Telephone and Tele graph company agreed to cut it: overtime rates by making tlie charge for each additional minute one fourth ot the charge for the first three minutes instead of a third as at present. The charge foi the first three minutes remains the same. Total reductions in long lines revenues were estimated at S50,- 700,000 a year. Presumably SI6,- 000,000 of this amount will represent the larger share of revenue of the long lines department which will be turned over to companie in the Bell system. Another $11, 900,000 was expected to be cut from the government's bill for private telephone and telegraph lines leased from the A. T. ami T. The new rates become effective Feb. 15 for the long lines and March 1 for the associated com panics. The reduction in private line telephone and telegraph anc program rates become effective Kcb. I on the long lines and March 1 for the associated companies' interstate service. The agreement also calls, for cancellation of an investigation ordered into all charges ot the long lines department which includes the leasing of telephone and telegraph wires and long distance telephone service. :M Dawn Patre-l. including Markets :I3 Morning News Konndup, Cjlobe-Ga- xetle :0» Car fill Products Prajram :I3 Bible Broadcast. Kadlo Chapel t3k Keep Time wltfc bamou's :!·% Today in Osace S:I3 M.rninf Bible Hour, *tv. Mr. Frincr !l:00 Clear Lake on the Air !*:ir, Morning Concert ·J:;:i) Cbeerfnl Little Earful. Tidy House Products U:43 Bachelor's Children. Wvnder Bread, CBS 10:00 News Digest, Jacob E. D e c k e r and S«ni ir:1 Walli Timr lll:3» Meel the Band 10:43 Home Town Xews, Iowa S n o e Brokerage 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks. General food!, CBS 11:1,1 Mysterr Melody Game l l : 3 « F a r m Front, ineludinc Markets 11:13 Hits and Bits r;::w Front Pare Sews. Mortain Feed I-:45 Xorlh. American Insurance C!:.'i» Mid-day Keview 1:00 Younr Dr. Malone, General Foods. CBS I:l.-.l Accent on MusEe 1:3U XVe Love add Learn. General F»ods. CBS 1:43 Caesar Felrillo'.i Orchestra, CBS ~:0u American Spirit Z:IS Sine; Aloni. CBS -::tO School or the Air, CBS »:«!. Press .News. CBS :::!.! Green Valley. U. S. A.. CBS 3:3» Explorinr Music. CBS :I:I3 Mountain Music. CBS 4:00 Maiibar; 4:^0 Are You -a Genius? CBS 4:13 Ben Bernit. Wrilley Gum. CBS 3:00 Tea Time Tnnes ~-::w U. S. N'ary "Waves" Proiram .-.:«.·! World Todar. CBS *i:00 .Vews of the Nation. P. G. A.- t7. H:in Our Secret Weapon, Philco, CBS r,:30 KGLO Forum H:10 Hours Ahead fl:l. Sports Camera 1:011 Kate Smith. General Foods. CBS 7:30 Adventures of The Thin Man. Gen. eral Foods. CBS t:." Orsan Interlude «:DO Flavhvuse. Philin Morris. CBS 8:30 Xews of the World. Vance Music Companj- »:« Soldiers of the pre.vs »:0» Comedv Carasan. CameK. CBS !:I3 Joe and rthel Turp. CBS U:OU ilveninj Ne« s Rouiidup TErst National «:'jn Guy Lombardo's 'Orchestra CBS n:'M Jan Savilfs orchestra, CBS t:IW Press News. CBS 1:»3 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra. CBS 1 l : : L D V a l Ernie's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 Press Xews, CBS i2:{E Sltn Off H 1010 Kiloejcln RED NETWORK THURSDAY EVENING S:00 SundOTVn Serenade C:ls News o£ the U'orltl CM Neivs fiH5 Answer Man 7:00 Coffee Time 7:30 Aldricl\ Family S:00 Music Hall R:31 Arkansas Traveler r*:DCr Herbert Hoover, Address 9:30 March of Time 10:00 Victory Tune Time 10:15 News 11:30 News Rcporltr 10:45 Memorable Music 11:00 Neighborhood Call 11:15 Treasury Star Parade H:3U News 11:15 Music: War News 1Z:00 Swing Shift Matinee 12:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORNING 5:30 Sam Morris 5:45 Pop stover's Gang 0:00 Heaven and Home i:Io Ken and Slim 6:30 Farm N'ewp 6:45 Jerry and zeltln 7:05 News 7:13 Time'to Shine 7:30 NCIVS 7:-T Uncle Stnn rt:00 Ediili Eunhanv Webber r.:\~ Austin at t h e Organ H:») Cliff and Helen H:4. Aunt -Tenny !:IK Jerry and Zelrfa 0:13 O'Neills 9:30 Help Male S:4o Lone Journey 10:00 Road of Life" iO:ir. Vic and Sade 10:3(1 Snow Villaae 10:43 David Hamm 11:00 Judy and Jane 11:15 Borderland Buckaroos . Chips and his band of hit-and- run invaders learn from French underground sources that nazi spies are operating in the ranks of French patriots. It is the commandos' job to seek out the spies. All in a night, Chips and his men strike on the enemy-held coast, uncover the key spies and get back across the channel. Stout fellas, those commandos. * * # Here's the Navy Naval exploits arc spotlighted on KGLO-CBS Thursday night at 9 in "The First Line." Regular listeners to this feature .are numbered in the thousands. If you've never heard it we suggest you get next to some fine listening. * * * And Here's Corliss Radio drama of still another character comes Thursday evening at 7 on KGLO and Columbia. "Meet Corliss Archer" is the show's title, and we know from the past two weeks that it's lull o£ fun. H you have, a 15 year old daughter or niece, you already know Corliss Archer, or a reasonable facsimile thereof. She's a typical 'teen-ager, one moment trying to act as grown-up as you please, the next acting as if she were in kindergarten. Corliss' character was conceived by Author F. Hugh Herbert (not the woo-woo comic). He introduced her in the pages of "Good Housekeeping." * * * Livestock Program Farmers, your program on wartime livestock production is on the air Thursday night at 8:30. Farm leaders of KGLO's territory appear on this weekly quarter- hour. · * * * Looks Inro Future National Chamber of Commerce President Eric A. Johnstone will speak on KGLO-CBS at 9:30 Thursday night. He will deal with "The Frontiers of the Future." The broadcast comes from Washington, D. C. * .* * Wont to Dance? For a variety of orchestral music Thursday night, follow this ne-up on KGLO: Bob Crosby at 9:45 Guy Lombardo at 10:20 Carmen Cavallaro. 10:30 Del .Courtney at 11:05 and Neil Bondshu. 11:30. * * * : ridoy Shows Friday morning at 7, a quarter- lour of listenable music is ottered n the "Cargill Program." Familiar Id melodies make up the cus- imary content. It's a good way to tart a cold morning. The "Morning Bible Hour" Is ·oadcast by- KGLO at 8:45 a m riday. The Rev. Mr. Prince is onductor of the religious period --R. W. L. * * * To Talk on Forum About Farm Service IS GIVEX EXAMINATION CHEROKEE, (/P) --Robert \V. Perrin. 34, charged with first degree murder in the slaying of his mother. Mrs. C. A. Pcrrin. 60, has ,, .,, _ . been taken to Cherokee state hos- Buy Mar oavinjs Bonds and pital for psychiatric examination, Stamps from your Globe-Gazette County Attorney Archie R. Nelson (·arri^r nnv .-^:-i nr i . - _ i · said Wednesday night. 5 Spend Night in Abandoned Station After Car Stalls CEDAR RAPIDS. (£) -- Four women and a man r c 1 a t c c Wednesday how they spent Monday night in an abandoned filling station near Walker, after their car had stalled in the 25 below weather. Harold Griffith of Cedar Rapid; paid the group built small fires 01 the station cellar floor but coulc allow the blazes to burn only fivt minutes nt a time because of th choking smoke. The group walked half a mill and broke into the station foi shelter. An occasional breathing spcl from the icy cold was provided in the cab of a truck parked at th station when the trucker dccidct to quit trying to buck the drifts AH w e r e rescued Tuesda' morning. The legs of Mrs. Donald Kar ot Cedar Rapids were frozen ti the knees, Griffith reported, whil Mrs. Ralph Conneett of Ccda Rapids and Mrs. Joe Walker o Marion suffered frozen fingers Mrs. G r i f f i l h was not affected. The group had been on a trip t Wntrtrlor, Earl M, Dean, well - known Ccrro Gordo county farmer and rural leader, will appear on the KGLO Forum Thursday eve- rting at 6:30. He will direct attention on "Our County Extension Service." Hancock County Cage Pairings Announced GARNER--At a meeting of th Hancock county schoolmaster :lub at Britt Tuesday cveninf. pairings were made for the an mini basketball tournament to b played at Britt on January 29 an 30. This year's tournament wi: be under the management of L. . Thies, Britt superintendent an will be streamlined to save driving. In the first round to be playc on Friday the 29th, Britt wi! meet Goodcll. Crystal Uike wi meet Kanawha. Hnyficld will pla Klemmc and Garner will play th winner of the Woclen-Corwit game. The latter game will b played before the opening of t! regular tournament play. Gamt Friday will be played at 2 an 3:15 p. m. and 7:30 and 8:-!5 p. n Second round games will be played at 2 and 3:15 p. m. on Saturday with the consolation game to be played at 7:30 p. m. and the final championship game to be played at 8:45 p. m. Woodbine is a name applied in England to Ihe honeysuckle and in America to the Vircinia crccncr. f. OWAN RECEIVES ERVICE CROSS Heroism in Action Near Buna Is Rewarded ALLIED HEADQUARTERS IN .USTRALIA, (/P)-- General Mac- rthur awarded the distinguished ?rvice cross Thursday to Capt. arold E. Hantleman, Dubuque, owa, for extraordinary heroism action near Buna, New Guinea, ist Dec. 1 and 3. Hantleman also ras promoted to the rank of lajor. Hantleman, a member of the 2nd division, carried on his duties s battalion stall officer and com- lancler o£ a heavy weapons corn- any during an attack on Buna illage with complete disregard or his personal safety, the cila- on said, In addition to organizing and irecting mortar fire while ex- Msed to the enemy, he led an as- ault on a fortified Japanese posi- on, again exposing himself while e threw hand grenades into a lachinegun emplacement. Although wounded In the head i this action, he continued to lead is troops in a successful assault n the position. Hantleman is now in a hospital ecovering from his wounds. Local Option Bills )rawn Up for Iowa Assembly Consideration DES MOINES, (fl)-- Two local ption proposals were r e a d y 'hursday for presentation to owa legislators. The measures, if enacted, would ive cities and towns the right to r ote out beer taverns and state iquor stores. The bills made their appearance Vednesday following a Tuesday night dinner at which several leg- slators were guests of the Iowa inti-Saloon league and the Iowa Yemen's Christian Temperance union., Representative J. F. Miller (R., Humboldt) circulated the local ption proposals in the Iowa house etting signatures of co-sponsors preliminary to introduction of the ills. 'In the Iowa senate Wednesday fteruoon a bill was introduced )y Senator Dewey E. Goode (R., Sloomfield) calling for transfer of 2,000,000 of the 52,500,000 bal- nce in the state sinking fund for ublic deposits to the state gen- ral revenue fund. The sinking fund was created n 1925 to reimburse treasurers r public funds for deposits in losed banks but claims are-made against it only occasionally now Goode would leave a half mil- ion dollar balance to cover future claims against the sinking fund ind use the other two million fo: ·unm'ng expenses of state departments, board of education schools and board of control institutions GINGER ROGERS RETURNS HOLLYWOOD. tU.R) -- Ginger logers returned to her studio 'hursday and her husband, Pvt. Tack Eriggs, reported back fo his 5an Diego camp after a four-day loneymoon. They were married ast Saturday. Japs Try to Break Out of Last Pockets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trapped survivors of a 15,000 man Japanese army were reported naking desperate' attempts to jreak out of dwindling pockets n the Papuan coastai jungles of New Guinea Thursday, but Gen. Douglas MacArthur's headquar- .ers announced that American and Australian fighters "further reduced the enemy's remaining positions." * * * Ileavy fightiur was reported as the Japanese, half starved and in imminent danger of annihilation, soueht to escape into the jungle. * ·* * "The whole thing is crumbling," an allied spokesman said. Meanwhile, united nations warplanes blasted the enemy from Bunna to the south seas, striking on a rising scale against Japanese bases on the northwest approaches to Australia and spread- eagling hundreds of miles of skyway. A communique said allied bombers set big fires in a heavy attack on Lae, and pounded enemy targets at Finschhafen and Madang, in northern New Guinea; Cape Gloucester and Gasmala, New Britain; and points in the Aroe islands, on Ambon and Timor. A Japanese barge concentration also was attacked off WiU laumez peninsula. * * * Coincidentally, Australia's Air Minister Arthur S. Drakeford predicted that Australian airmen. P i l o t i n g Australian planes, would drop Australian- made bombs on Tokio before 1943 ends, but said a lone bitter war was in prospect before Japan is defeated. In Burma, U. S. heavy bombers, flying from India, delivered a punishing attack Tuesday on rail targets at Thazi in centra" Burma, 80 miles south of Mandalay, and RAF warplanes continued their offensive against Japanese bases in central anc western Burma. British headquarters said the RfAF blasted Toungoo airdrome Akyab island, an airdrome Schwebo.and other objectives. DECAPITATED BY EXPLOSION Harry Crooks, Nashua, Is Killed in Accident NASHUA--Harry Crooks, about 54, was killed here at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon in the explosion of a kerosene tank he was working on. Crooks, operator of a service station, was attempting to thaw the faucet on the tank with a blow torch when fumes from the tank caused the explosion. He was decapitated. Theadore S t i 11 e, who had brought the tank into the station to be filled, and Merle Crooks,'16, son o£ the victim, were standing within a few feet ot the tank -at tlie time of the explosion but neither was injured. : Tlie force of the explosion was so great, according to one o£ the observers, that it blew the kerosene tank high into the air and completely across the top of the station. Crooks is survived ty his wife, two sons. Merle, and Donald, of Minneapolis; and three daughters, Lucile, Orchard; D o r a ; Charles City, and Mrs. Laurence Littercr of Nashua. The wombat is an Australian rodentlike animal all of whose teeth are of continuous growth. Buy War. Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Asthma Sufferers Sleep Fine When Free From Mucus Chotlnir. gasping whcezlnp, recurring »t- tacfcs of Bronchial Asthma ruin your sleep and rob your blood of vitally important oxygen because you can't set. air Jn and out ol your lungs properly. 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