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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME OCPARTMCNT OF HtSTORY AND OES HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPCR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THI BRIGHT JPOT VOL XLVII ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNJTED PRESS FULL WDUES FIVE CENTS A COPY MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 1941 THIS PAPER CONSISTS or TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 307 DODCERS DEFEAT YANKEES 3 TO 2 BROOKLYN WILL PL AY 3RD GAME ON HOME FIELD World Series Contest Now Even Whh One Game for Each Team YANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Bums from Brooklyn came through Thursday in the second game of the world series and de feated the Yankees 3 to 2 The third game of the series will be played Friday at Ebbets field Brookyln FIBST INNING Dodgers After looking at two called strikes Walker worked the count to two and two and then was called out On the fourth pitch Herman knocked a bounder to Gordon and was thrown out Eeiscr after looking at two called strikes also fanned No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Sturm struck out Rolfedragged a burt that rolled After Plane Crash at Sea Claim Uprising in Macedonia Put Down Eleven of 14 crew members and civilian defensework ers who parachuted from a United States navy patrol plane over the Caribbean sea have been found and taken to safe ty Three others still are missing The men were forced to take to their chutes when the plane reportedly was struck by lightning Pictured above after their arrival at San Juan Puerto Rico are left to right Anthony Creider 24 San Diego Gal Harry Brown 24 Phoenix Ariz Ernest Cooper 30 Denton Md and Joseph Amodeo 30 Brooklyn WHITLOW VTSATf f pitcher to the edge the grass between flrstandlsecond for a single Hen rich walked on five pitches With the count one strike and three balls DiMaggio knocked a roller to Reese who threw to Herman to start a double play Reese to Herman io Camilli No runs one hit no errors one left SECOND INNING Dodgers Camilli looked at a ball fouled off a couple of pitches and then flied to DiMaggio Med wick lined a single into left cen ter Lavagetto grounded into a double play Gordon to Rizzuto to Sturm No runsone hit no er rors none left Yankees After taking two strikes Keller slammed a single into short center Dickey was called out on strikes on three pitches Gordon walked on five pitches Rizzuto knocked a roller to Herman and was thrown out as the runners advanced After taking two strikes Chandler bounced high to Lavagelto and beat the throw to first for a single as Keller scored but Gordon who also tried to come home was nailed at the plate Lavagetto to Camilli to Owen Onerun two nits no errors one left his right and speared a hot smash by Reiser in tiimPta throw him out as the crowd cheered NO runs no hits no errors none lelt Yankees Gordon took a strike and then droved hard single into left Herman ran back into short right field and leaped into the air lor a onehanded catch Rizzutos loopcr Gordon scramb ling back to first base Chandler grounded to Reese who threw to Herman forcing Gordon but the relay to first pulled Camilli off the bag and Chandler was safe Sturm dropped a Texas league single in short centerfield just in front of Reiser but Chandler was thrown out at third Reiser to Lavagetto while trying to stretch an extra base No runs two hits no errors one left FIFTH INNING Dodgers Camilli drew a pass THIRD INNING Dodgers On a two and two pitch Reese lifted a high fly to Keller Owen hit a hot grounder to Gordon near second base and was thrown out Wyatt looked at one ball and then rolled out to Rizuto No runs no hits no eri rors none left Yankees Sturm lined to Ca milli After bunting foul once Rolfe grounded down the first base line and was out Camilli un assisted Henrich picked out a two and two pitch and lined a double into the right field corner After striking wildly at the first pitch DiMaggio wslked on lour straight balls Keller hit the first pitch into short right for a single scor ing Henrich and sending DiMag gio to third Dickey grounded out to Herman One run two hits no errors two left FOURTH INMNG Dodfers On the second pitch Walker smashed a grounder to Gordon and was thrown out Her man bounced to Rolfe and also thrown out Gordon ran to on five pitches four of them very wide It was the first walk off Chandler and the first time Ca milli had been on base in the series Medwick drove a double that bounced against the low left field wall and moved Camilli to third Chandler threw three straight balls to Lavagetto then got over a strike and Lavagetto fouled off a couple before finally drawing a walk to load ihebases Reese knocked hot grounder to Rizzuto who threw to Cor don forcing LavageUo at sec ond as Camilli scored and Med wick reached third but Sturm dropped the bad throw at first and Reese was sate bnt there was no error on the play Owen punched a single on the ground into left field scoring Medwick and sending Reese to third Wyatt rolled to Gordon for a double play Gordon to Rizzuto to Sturm Two runs two hits no errors one left Yankees Rolfe grounded out to Camilli unassisted Henrich pickec at a change of pace and flied high to Reiser DiMaggio lifted a high fly which Walker caught on the run in right field No runs no hits no errors none left SIXTH INNING Dodgers Walker knocked bounder which Gordon fumblct momentarily and then made a bac throw to first for an error Her man bounced a single between short and third and Walker facet to third Time was called and Chandler removed from the box John Murphy expert righthandcd relict pitcher of the Yanks wa called to duty Reiser took a called strike swung viciously at an other and then after loking one ball struck out With th count three and two and the hi and run on Camilli looped single into right field scbrin Walker and sending Herman t third Medwick also worked th Brk N Y SCORE BY INNINGS 234 56789 ount to three anil two fouled Ef two pitches and then droye a rounder to Hizzuto who threw to lickey in timeto caich Herman amilli held up at second Di Jaggio came running in fast to ake Lavageltos fly in short enter One run two hits one er or two left Yankees Keller lifted a high fly o Walker With the count two and wo Rickey Hied to Walker who ook it on the run Gordon who adnt failed to get on base every me he came to bat in the series vorked the count to three and two nd then drew another walk With ic count two strikes and one ball izzuto drove a sharp single along le ground into left field Gordon olding up at second Murphy truck out on four pitches No runs one nit no errors Iwo left SEVENTH INNING Dodgers Reese popped to Riz uto Owen walked Wyatt was ailed out on strikes and Owen vas thrown out trying to steal econd Dickey to Gordon It was a double play No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Official paid attend ance was announced as 66243 and otal receipts as 5260204 Sturm truck out Hecse took Rolfes hoi mash near second base and threw lim out Henrich got the coun o two and two and then struck out No runs no hits no errors none left EIGHTH INNING Dodgers After looking at two balls Walker sent a roller to Gor don who scooped it up and threw lira out Herman reached for an mtside curve and lined to Sturm Jack first Reiser popfouled to Rolfe back of third No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees DiMaggio lined to Reiser in deep center Keller hit high bounder to Wyatt who threw him out to Camilli Dickey grounded to Reese who fumbled the ball and then threw wild over Camillas head The ball bounced into the box seals behind first and Dickey was automatically waved to second Reese charged with two errors Man ager Leo Durocher came out to protest to the umpires The crowd booed when the Dodgers decided to give Gordon an intentional pass Bordagaray went to run for Dickey Rizzuto hit the first pitch arid forced Gordon at second Reese to Herman No runs no hits two errors two left NINTH INNING Dodgers Camilli lined to Di Maggio Medwick flicd to DiMag gio Lavagetto singled past Rolfe Roose grounded out Rolf to Sturm Rolfe fumbled a hard hi ball but recovered in time to get the rimer by a step No runs one hit no errors one left Yankees Sturm bunted and Selkirk was forced at second Owen to Reese Rolfe forcec Sturm at second Herman t Reese Selkirk batted for Mur phy Selkirk singled to right Hen nch flied to Walker No runs oni hit no errors one left SOVIET TROOPS AT LENINGRAD ROUT GERMANS Claim Nazis Pushed Back Across Neva River in Counter Attack By UNITED PRESS The red anny defenders of Len ngrad Thursday were reported to lave seized the initiative from the besieging Germans and to have smashed across the Neva river routing 15000 nazi troops Reports from Stockholm and London indicated that for the first time since the nazi wehrmacht started to roll across Europe a threatened city least tem the tables on the attacking German forces British military experts em phasized that the Germans may at any time brine up new and larger forces for the attack on Leningrad but indicated that for the moment the Russians seem to have scored a fairly substan tial success Reports relayed from Stockholm said that the Russians salliet from their defenses east am southeast of Leningrad in a shar attack across the Neva river nea Schlisselburg Moscow reports presumably de ailing the same action said tha ive German regiments units o hs 291st infantry division ha been routed The force was esti mated tonumber about 15000 men London reports indicated thai the Russian forces cut throngh the which had Interfered with or severet communications between Lenin grad and Moscow and bad formed a juncture with the sub stantial force of soviet troops operatingsouth of Leningrad in the area just east of Novgorod Another Russian report sai that around Staraya Russa th Russians have recaptured four villages and an important hill There were no German repor on developments on the Leningra front Berlin however claimed that big new successes are build ing up in the Ukraine A German wedge it was indi cated is being pushed northeast from Poltava toward Kharkov 80 miles away and now is rearing the fringe of the Donets Indus trial area A Finnish report claimed that another nazi spear head is approaching Rostov hav ing swept around the shores of the sea of Azov Finnish reports on the Ukraine front have tended re cently to present an exaggerated or overoptimistic picture of nazi gains and frequently have been denied by Berlin Youth to Die or Wounding Beat VICHY Unoccupied France IP Colette 21 year old renchman has been sentenced to eath by a special state tribunal Paris for the attempted as assination of Pierre Laval and Tarcel Deat last Aug 28 it was nnounced Thursday The announcement gave no de ails of the trial and did not indi ate when the death sentence ould be executed The authoritative French news agency Telemondial in com menting on Coll files sentence said everyotie knows the judg ments of this court are Immedi ately carried out There was no indication however that Colette had yet been executed At the same time it was an lounced in Paris that one Sylvain ribulloiE had been shot Wednes day by German authorities for U esal possession of arms Laval former premier of France and Deat both of whom are pro ponents of collaboration with Ger nany now are convalescing from he bullet wounds which Colette inflicted Laval who had asked before Colettes trial that his assailant be spared the death penalty arrived at his estate near Vichy Wednes day white Deat was released at the same time from a hospital at Versailles The attempted assassination occurred while Laval and Deat were attending a Paris review at a volunteer French Legion recruited for service with the German army In Russia Colette had enlisted in the Le gion apparently iorrthje sole pur jSoseJof for an attempt on Lavals life He was seized immediately after he had broken the ranks of the re cruits and fired his small calibre pistol point blank at Laval The assault provoked an inves tigation the membership of the volunteer Legion and delayed its scheduled departure from Paris I WAS SCARED OF HIM SAYS MRS BRUNNER If I Hadnt Killed Him He Would Have Killed Me That Day I was so scared of him that every night when 1 went to sleep I wasnt sure Id wake up I loved him up to the very last and I miss him but I cant bring him back and Im glad I killed him for if I hadnt I know he would have hilled me that same day So spoke 22 year old Jennie Brunner Thursday from her jail cell in Cerro Gordo county jail to a GlobeGazette reporter ques tioning her three days after she had shot and killed her husband on their farm northwest ot Ma son City Sam was so kind to me before LOOK INSIDE FOR our marriage said the bride of only seven months but only two weeks after we were married he seemed an entirely different man At that time we got into an ar gument and he got a 45 and aimed it at his chest threatening to shoot himself The couple went together only two months before marrvjng Tuesday morning as we laid in bed I began tickling him I just meant to tease him for tickling infuriated him He couldnt stand it He told me to quit but I was doing it just in fan He reached for the gun un ExGovernor of Georgia Wife Are Assaulted PAGE 2 St Ansgar Circuit oi Lutherans to Meet STATE PAGE Plane Forced to Land With Bombs in Rack GREENLAND N H big twinmotored Canadian bombing plane its bombracks till half loaded skidded into a nearmiracle pancake landing in a hay field in the early morning darkness near here Thursday vith all members of its fourman crew escaping injury Its gas supply nearly exhaust ed the plane landed by the light ot its own flares after a mission hat apparently had carried it out over the Atlantic It plowed a deep urrow for more lhan 200 feel hrough the 100acre hay field before coming to rest badly dam aged but still intact Raymond J Cash a Portsmouth navy yard worker whose house was only a few feet from the landing scene told an Associatec Press reporter that the plane stil carried two big bombs in its left hand racks The righthand racks were empty he reported The plane was approximatelj 150 miles southeast of ths noares spot on the Canadian border when it landed and more than 200 miles from the New Brunswick line where it adjoins northern Maine In the darkness it had missed tv Portsmouth airport by only a few mites and was about the sam distance from the huge Ports mouth navy yard where tw British submarines now ar berthed for repairs The four young Canadian fly ers would say little except for remark by one of hem that w wereoIf the track Mrs Spence Before ilm Premiere WASHINGTON IP A full ound of activity including re eptions personal appearances and ntervicws was arranged Thurs ay for Mrs William Spence of Vmes Iowa here for the world remierc of the new motion pic ure One Foot in Heaven The picture was written by Mrs Ipences son Hartzell Spence and s based on the life of his mother nd father the late Rev William f Spence who had pastorates in Sioux City Burlington and Mason City Iowa Mrs Spence now a sorority louse mother at Iowa State col cgc Ames Iowa arrived here Tuesday and Wednesday attended cveral receptions in company vilh Actress Martha Scott who jlajs the part of Mrs Spence in he film with him trying to prevent him from getting it bnt he got the run a 45 caliber pistol and told me II I didnt stop tickling him he would shoot me When I told hira it was lime to go out and milk the cows he said he didnt give a damn about the cows or time or anything else He pointed his gun directly at me f took it away from him and he offered no resistance I shot at himand missed him then as he said Dont shot honey I shot again and hit him He had a sur prised look on his face as he turned to me and raised his un derwear showing the wound Im hurt he said I helped him to the bed but I didnt think he was hurt bad As I left he said Im dead When I left the house f took the shotgun because I thought he might follow me and shoot me I didnt mean to shoot Kim but I just couldntstop myself and I pulled the trigger I had a feeling that if I didnt shoot he would shoot me later in the day I was just trying to save my own life I feel a lot better now He was so childish St times I think lie was off in the head Im glad hes out of the way L could never be happy with him I did his work 1 tried in every way to make him happy but still he wasnt satis fied He was often brutal to me One day while we were picking hazel nuts in a grove we got into HURT IV an argument and 1 bawled him T out for something he was doing OTTUMWA tfVPau Dear He hit me on the head with his mond 15 was in a hospital here Thursday with serious head m uries and a leg fracture f ollowing he collision Wednesday night of his bicyclye and an automobile fist and choked me until I was blue in the face Ordinarily I could handle him for I had more strength Weather Report FORECAST MASON CITY Occasional rain Thursday night and Friday considerably cooler Friday Winds southeast to northeast 2030 milesper hour shifting to northwest Friday IOWA Occasional rain Thursday night and Friday warmer east Thursday night considerably cooler Friday wind southeast and south 2030 miles an hour shifting to Friday MINNESOTA Occasional rain Thursday night and Friday wanner east and central Thurs day night cooler west and south Friday wind southeast and east 2030 miles an hour shifting to north and northwest Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Wednesday 73 Minimum Wednesday night 44 At 8 a m Thursday 51 Rain 02 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 70 Minimum 40 than he had He was small Sam had threatened to kill me and had also threatened to kill his father and mother sister Why he didnt even speak to his mother for three years be fore our marriage And he hadnt spoken to his sister for two yean it r eyer get out of tfiis My rela tives told me not to biit I was a darned loo and got married any way Sam had guns a bayonet and even brass knuckles around the house all the time Once he lapped me on the arm with the brass knuckles At this point Mrs Brunner dis played some bruises on her arm and hand bruises she said were inflicted by the man she killed Sam didnt want kids and I did He said he ditint want any brats around the house Then sometimes he would change his mind and say he would have kids but never with me He never did care for me He once told a friend of mine he didnt think Id live very long You stay single was her part ing word of advice to the reporter County Atty M L Mason Thursday announced that murder charges will be filed soon against Mrs Brunner but flatly denied that any degree of murder has been established and indicated the murder degree will not be speci fied unless the defense counsel asks for a bill of particulars Acknowledging that there ap peared to be no premeditation in the murder Mr Mason never theless stated that he did not intend to specify the degree declaring that he would leave that decision up to the jury which would base its delibera tions on the judges instructions pertaining to the various decrees of murder In the Brunner case a degree ot the murder involved would not be necessary in the murder informa tion to be filed by Mr Mason However it the defense counsel should wish to have that point made clear before trial it could file the bill ot particulars request ing the county attorney to specify the second or third In that event Mr Mason would be compelled to name the specific degree in his murder charge However barring such a move by defense Mr Mason docs not contemplate naming the degree ot murder in his charge he stated Thursday Dr R E Smiiey Cerro Gordo county coroner said Thursday that he was satisfied Brunner was struck by hut one bullet He said that no autopsy will be performed MACHINE GUNS GRENADES USED AGAINST NAZIS Germans Said to Have Shot 170 in Bohemia Hungary and Belgium By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS A Greek uprising with machine guns hand grenades and revol vers in Bulgarianoccupied Mace donia was reported Thursday as German firing squads and public hangings were credited with snuff ing out the lives of 170 antinazi conspirators in Hungary Belgium and old Czechoslovakia The Germans asserted fhat na incipient Czech revolt in Bohemia Moldavia was in hand as 39 ew death sentences were handed own in the nazi protectorate However two German avia tors were reported shot in a dark street in Zagreb the capi tal of the old Jugoslav state of Croatia A recent government decree provides for the execu tion of 10 communists for each such attack The Swiss telegraphic agency quoted dispatches front Budapest as saying the Greeks attempted a Special Appeal to Italians Planned in Allied Propaganda PRESS Great Britain and Russia have decided to start a joint propaganda campaign In an at tempt to organize secret resist ance to Germany in occupied Europe and will make a special appeal to Italians in the belief that Italys status is essentially that of the occupied countries London reported Thursday Sir Waller nioncklon direc tor general of the British min istry of information already has started for Moscow to discuss tlie campaign Britain and Russia plan to em phasize sabotage and slow down strikes because people of occupied countries may en gage in them with the least danger of detection and will warn against any open subver sive movements which would give the Germans a chance to take specific and hard repres sive measures such as those be ing imposed on Czechoslovakia MRS JENNIE BRUNNER Was Scared of Him1 British Sugar Ration to Be Increased by 50 Per Cent Nov 17 LONDON government announced Thursday that on Nov 17 the sugar ration will be in creased by 50 per cent from eight ounces to 12 ounces weekly add ing that the step was possible largely owing to the help of North America The domestic fat ration will be increased by 25 per cent from eight to 10 ounce bringing it almost to the prewar I consumption average revolt Monday Police and mili tary forces it said reestablished calm Authorized Czech quarters in London said the wave of execu tions in Bohemia Moravia was aimedat preparing the German controlled country for the transfer o Germanys heavy industries from bombscarred Hamburg Bremen and Ruhr valley indus trial cities It is our belief that the Germans plan to reduce the population to a slave laboring class by killing all leaders capable of carrying on opposition then move heavy in dustries to central Europe where they would be out oj reach of the RAF f V If Fortytivo person were re ported executed in the the Hungarianoccupied part of former Ger man military authorities still exercise considerable control on charges of attempted Irain wreckings and killing Thirty were shot for an alleged plot to assassinate officials The other 12 described as communist prisoners were hanged in public by order of German military au thorities in reprisal for a train wrecking conspiracy German officials were reported o have announced that 38 com munists in Hungarys Nagybeck erek prison would hanged pub licly in the event of further vio lence and the civil population was held responsible for guarding railways from dusk to dawn from now until Oct 11 In the German protectorate of Bohemia Moravia former CzechoSlovakia the execu tion of two retired brigadier generals and several other un identified Czechs raised to more lhan 108 the number of persons win have died before firing squads there in the past few days The Prague radio heard in Lon laon estimated 126 Czechs had   

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