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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1945, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EPTED FOR THE HOME of ix ORY AND ARCHIVES THE NEWSPAPEfc THAT UAVK A M MAKES AWL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY OWA SATORBAY JtNE M ms HOME EDITION w WASHINGTON President Looks Nifty In New Summer Suit By HELEN ESSARY Central Press Correspondent comforting to have none of the trimming of greatness about the capital now fnfnf3 Slifeel of the future of the country to see Mr wuman a man who is a plain everyday citizen representing the people of the nation running shownational and international wrote a book A Tune for Greatness What is However you define its syllables Jm convinced this is no iime for greatness Weve had too much of what some people call greatness Great ness brings on wars and the death and destruction of people and fwnvIm the clear thinking the direct approach of the new president Incidentally the new president looks as cool as a Potomac flats cricket in his summer suit Blue and white tie and blue handker chief embroidered in white make theusual matching symphony MANY PEOPLE are sorry to see Presidential Assistant Edward Mc Kim leave the white house for the post of deputy federal loan ad ministrator McKim is a big calm competent Irishman who modestly protests hes only a hired man On his recent visit to Omaha nis nome town he was TOKYO RADIO CLAIMS SINKING OF 20 SHIPS Nimitz Confirms Loss of Only 5 Vessels Suicide Planes Attack Guam radio claim ed suicide pilots continuing S The unconfirmed enemy broad Ued a al lied warship was known to In scored considerable hit Jic preoeniea a life membership the American Legion The pass nameplate Beautiful 1 said to Mr McKim who was telling of his Omaha trip I love brass exclaiirod McKim its See that lapel button embedded in the corner They gave me the original button set with a diamond The new deputy Sederal loan administrator ten derly the into its fresh chamoisskin holder sa0 Jncluaini battleships 3 destroyers and unidentified vessels Latest confirmed enemy air at tacks began Thursday nieht anH continued until noon Dur iriff tVinoa sauiis Adrn Chester announced 2 light yere sunk an auxil damaged and 2 craft lightly damaged As American soldiers and ma rines grimly hunted out the Tast scattered remnants of Japanese troops and the stars and stripls may over the is d W Friday the en beamed proudly Its only Tpass there is he said CHANGE so fast Have you met that new aristocracy Youd better Its the aristocracy of the deep freeze Have you a deep freeze in your home You haven t Then you dont belong Came upon a startling new note on the deep freeze aristocracy To wit A wealthy man wanted to rive a beautiful blond a present of not a mink deep freeze The beautiful blond answered offer by mail My husband wants me to tell yon how delighted he is with your generosity Smart gill I HEAR A LOT OF TALK about that remark of Harry Russian women are more beau tiful than American women Add vthis nwise statement of the white houses perennial rovine ambassador this bit I heard in Europe several years ago A Rus sian woman is equal to 7 average women TO ARGUING the other day with an authority on the dramatis personae of the Wash ington circus on the theme hand some men A most agreeable theme Said the authority There Is a certain kind of good looks that is a sharp handicap to Ametican vessels sunk neavily damaged aigbt of t ed treet m thc town buan bottom were results of prelnvason off the wes off the west coast of Borneo against Japs in the Eisenhower Denies Interest in Politics Plans Rest Before Return to Europe IT brief hnlfHav in t TRUMAN SURE OF RATIFICATION Less Than Dozen Votes Against Charter Okay Amman was authoritatively re ported Saturday to have counted Jess than a dozen potential votes against the peace organization charter he is expected to submit to the senate July 2 Sources close o the chief execu tive sad he has talked personally with virtually every member of the senate and that he is optimb in Europe Im not going to tell Wrlcrc I Dm ijijiujj IHC KEJ1CT31 press conference follow ing Abi enes celebration of his return Im just going to Believe me Ive been through a one lhili Gen Elsenhower was emphatic He not interested in goingino no to a had more suicide tactics Okinawa campaign last largescale air assault was on June 6 and 7 when Amer Aground in Isolated sectors some continued the confmjon that has be normal attendant of every Island conquest of this war There was suicidal resistance irom tiny strong points there was aaV Life Is Meager in Prague and Marks of the Germans Will Remain for Months The LEO S DISHER Prague is meager by any stand I mean the oce Kind that glows on the brow of Secretary of Stele Edward R If Ed and Paul were not such beautiful guys the country would take them more seriously Ive al ways thought one of the reasons we ail but canonized Abraham Lincoln was because he was so dam ugly You say Anthony Eden s good looks do not seem to have hurt him Maybe not Bu rage as you will and often do about England youll admit sh is a more sophisticated adul country in such matters than the boisterous gangling U S A Bay your War Bonds and Stamps from your GlobeGazette hara kiri sui but there were also manv surrenders by both enemy so oicrs and civilians which swelled the bag of prisoners far bevonrf hvVT by Nimitz The toll of more than 9CM300 Japanese dead was ris Patrols of the victorious TJ s th army killed 596 of the die ards Thursday night and earlv Sfday while 160 others used hand grenades to commit suicide Having massed on Okinawa the greatest concentration of islands the JapanesTwere down to s machine guns Friday SPORTS BULLETIN Indianapolis ttending Champion Babe Didrikson Zahar Jas of Los Angeles and Dorothy iKsrmam of Philadelphia 1944 runnerDp were all even at the end of the 9 in their 36hole envTwesTe in the W01 the harvest is ahead and the people of Prague are coming back Take Pragues 1945 Uzecn name for miss She looks anywhere in the United States as she clacks down the street with her Kew beach mat shoes with makeshift canvas tops Her hairdo is the same as her American cousins and her clothes look good for a distance Slecna bought her wooden clogs by standing m a Iong Une she got them without coupons ine Germans had allowed her only one pair during the occupa tion r Leather shoes are available in Prague in the scantiest numbers and then only by special permit Like practically all the women around her Slecna has no hit because no materials are to be had Her a month salary as a stenographer didnt permit her to buy dress material on the black market where 5 months pay would bring enough eoods for a dress So she wears a dress made of restyled old cloth In that respect she is more for tunate than her prospective hus band who cant have his old suit restyled and looks a trifle seedy The Czechs still are living on tne same food quotas they had when the nazis were here They are rationed to 2 pounds of meat per person for 28 days in addi tion to 12 pounds of bread and 30 rolls in the same period They get about Of But nhen foofl is available It i cheap and prices are controlled strictly For insfance 2 pounds o barleycorn cost only 12 cents am saianu sells for 54 cents a pound Beef is 33 cents a pound Lunch in the best hotel in Prague where the carpets are deep and luxurious and the sheets are mended and worn costs the equivalent of But the meal consists only of a cup of SOUD a Plate of barleycorn and barley corn cakes for dessert There is Iowa Weather Report FORECAST and warmer Saturday Saturday night Sunday cloudv and warmer with thundershowers in extreme cloudy Saturday nieht and oararaay 0 and Sunday with thunder showers north portion Showers and scattered thunderstorms south and east portions Sunday Cooler entire state Sunday IN MASON CITY air and continued warm Saturday night and Sun GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Friday 85 Minimum Friday 62 Maximum 05 Minimum 67 i Precipitation H i i Marine Sgt Marcus Ryan Died on Okinawa June 8 Message Received Here as Fathers Funeral No real improvement in the arrival f JS exfected the arrival of the united nations re lief suppues and the harvest The capitals motion picture are reopening and Slecna a choice of many Russian including pictures of uonie for Berlin in to fu T i i in tne iront balcony 30 cents S home from con life in Derated Prague Germans nave gone but remain in hunger f Was Being Held f S theeve of the funeral of his father Dennis P Ryan 523 a W came word that his son Marine Sgt Marcus Ryan 27 had died on June 8 of wounds received Action on Okinawa This is the 3 of the Ryan brothers to have given his life in this war Sgt killed in an airplane crash while I an 4at now in Czecho Memorial services will be held Catholic church at 9 oclock oe said Monday Meye rf V Tuesday Iast been heard rrom on May tf whcn he left the vest coast for overseas service in the marine corps in was JAP MINES OFF ALASKA Apparently Attempts to Cripple US Shipping Seattle UPJJapanese attempts rli current was indicated warnings and Alas DEMOS RALLY AROUND OPA Urges Hoover Rider Defeat democrats to be on the floor Sat urday for the showdown vote on a proposal tn strir ntA proposal to strip OPA controls over food They blamed absenteeism their defeat Friday ratitica lar aoove the necessary two irds majority can be accom plished without undue delay He Eh f tosee done ms forthcoming meeting with Premier Stalin and Prime Mm ister Churchill in midJuly In his temporary white here where he is enjoying a brief n w0 as the guest Gov Mon nArfZl t the President is re ported to have gone over the list of senators repeatedly He is said to be in the confidence of many senators whose votes charter may prove sur about become of state Eisenhower said minhe serv me out to pature for ijjuaj ivnen repub licans pressed through the Hoov er amendment to price control legislation taking food iricmg powers from OPA and Putting them in the agriculture department The vote was 145 to MARCUS J RYAN sergeant the uS Marcus is survived by 5 sisters rs Agnes Bender Mason City rs Lou Fernette Prairie du Wis Mrs Lyle McCauley Mrs Klnora Moor Besides Pvt John Ryan he also V6 v brothers James Van Port Ore and Leo yan Chicago His mother pre s moer ceded him in death in 1924 The I3th naval district here con Armed an earlier warning from guard information offiS at Ketchikan Alaska that floating mines have begun appearing in waters along the Alaskan coast JaPanese current sweeps northward from Japan along toe Aleutians and south along thl anZf fe far south a 13th naval district headquarters spokesman said but issuerfVf ustreeived the warning shPPmB from the I7th Beating a strategic retreat the democratic leadership delayed a final roll call on the issue until Saturday hoping that more op 3onents to the rider can be cor Rep Hamspeck the democratic whip sent each mem m f 1S Party a teleeram telling Jim to be on the floor at noon Saturday and to stay there until he house adjourns In the teller vote Friday ao 85 democrats and 60 epublicans were absent The lemocrats have 242 house mem ers to 189 republicans The republicans meanwhile pre ared a score of other amend proposing various curbs on operations Democrats Fri ay defeated an effort to hold PAs new lease on life to 6 months instead of the 1 year ought by the administration The uprising against mcat sug r and other shortages produced rrid debate on the floor cul imatmg in the battle over the Hoover amendment The rider is a broadened version i an administrative revolution roposed by Herbert Hoover for mer president and World war 1 ood administrator to solve the neat and fat shortages Hoover suggested transfer of all authority over meat and other an imal products except rationing de tails from OPA to the agriculture department Rep Jenkins ex panded the idea in the amendment to transfer all food authority ex cept rationing from Price Admin istrator Chester Bowles to Clinton P Anderson New Mexico house member who becomes Secretary of Agriculture July 1 The republican victory came in the face of a declaration by Dem ocratic Leader McCormack Mass that this is the Hoover amend ment and a plea for its defeat Moreover Anderson gravely ad vised against the action telling the house he would not run from any responsibility but I dont want to be a policeman He voted against the Jenkins amendment About 15 democrats voted with republicans for the amendment Previously the party line had held rigidly to osat back numerous proposed curbs on OPA These in cluded various efforts to write in orofit guarantees for business and industry Affection for him on the part of senators among whom he ia before Franklin D Roo velfs death sent him to the white Kansas Citv i i yiuuj He reiterated It is talk about me in politics ad so for once Ill talk about that but riUe ft1 and I llke fo make this emphatic as possible There no use me denying thtt Ill fly to the moon because no one has suggested it and I if T wanted to The same goes for Politics I am a soldier ths connection he referr ther even than Sherman in ex myself on this subject Eisenhower replied simply that he wants nothing in answer to Tru Thursday of next week Moscow Hails Approval of Pole Concord next Friday The president and Georg Allen Washington D C and e F ance man Friday went ove for Brr Trumans RADIO STATES EMPEROR MAY TAKE COMMAND Fighter Planes Strafe Enemy Air Bases in Tokyo Area Saturday Guam said day that Japan has perfected her defenses against an American in vasion and speculated that Emper or Hirohito personally may take over direction of the homeland in its hour of supreme peril Even as Tokyo broadcast its de fiance more than 100 American lighters helping to soften Japan for ultimate landings bombed and strafed enemy air bases north and south of Tokyo Radio Tokyo said a military spokesman for the southern re gions had reported at a press con ference that defenses throughout Japan had been perfected in an ticipation of an invasion The entire nation including even children of the primary schools are fully prepared to deal with any situation and fully confi dent they are able to crush the en emy at any time and anywhere he t0 strike tne spokesman All Japanese are today waiting anxiously and impatiently lor tne enemy to strike the homaland so that the nation can deal a final annihilative blow that will finish the enemies of east Asia once and ine fighting spirit and will to fight of the Japanese people to day is at its peak Another Tokyo broadcast claim ed that Japanese suicide planes crashed into 2 allied battleships 3 destroyers and 14 unidentified ves sels south of Okinawa with un determined results Saturday At least one other ship was sunk Fri day complete harmony The agreement to form a new indudine of the sovietsponsored War saw government democratic lead ers from Poland and former mem T6 riVal EmSre govern time HAL ROSSON DIVORCED Ros HatniH5 dVorce suit against Harold Hal Rosson film cam eraman and former husband of the late Jean Harloiv charging Sovlel ComnW arVyaSv Molotov British AmbaSr Jfr Archibald Clark Kerr and U S Ambassador W Averell commission au to settle the problem Statesllh the United Prime Minister Churchill and agreed at Yalta that when the sovietspon sored government was reorganized and the United tabUsh diplomatic relations with Buy your War Bonds and Stamps from your GlobeGazette carrier boy 1936 andTeparated recent north of hour and a half Saturday after noon radio Tokyo said Three Su perfortresses guided the fighters Twentyeight other fighters from Okinawa bombed and ma chinegunned suicide plane bases near Fukuoka on Kyushu in south ern Japan Tokyo said Other war developments in Ja pan and on her southern ap proaches included Tokyo said the Japa nese capital virtually has com pleted preparations for its defense against invasion war ministry established 2 neiv army district commands one on the island of Mnkoku between southern Hon shu and northeast Kyushu and the other m the Chugofcu area Japan now has been divided into S army districts for defense against Amer ican landings The Okinawa invasion already was paying off large dividends A search plane from the island sank a large enemy schooner in the Yel low sea Friday bringing the num ber of vessels destroyed or dam aged since the Okinawa airfields were put into use to 123 A Manila dispatch said Gen To sepJi W Stilwell was en route to Okinawa to take over his new post of commander the 10th army Power Justly Grew Says i tne reeling Nips Meanwhile in China trip hnttio with victorious Chinese tne oattle continues I aimed from Limkong 270 miles rinvp if id 5 is Farm Bureau toi MaiSn po said Saturday that America had the strongest economic and military power on earth and would use its power in the sew ice of and justice and human ireedom The future role of the United States he told the first graduat ing cass of the foreign service educational councils school of ad vanced international studies is one of service and the only role that befits a leadT mg player on a world stage fh thc peace mightfail if the U S were to hoard its power like money in an old sock t shoulci not he afraid to talk about our power as a nation the veteran diplomat asserted but ve should take care neither to whsper nor to shout about it neither to boast nor to apologize Our power is a fact It must be recognized by ourselves as it is y thC rcst of New Type Incendiary London Tokyo radio Jid Saturday that American bombers in recent raids on Japa nese cities had dropped a new type of incendiary bombs of a S ge type never   

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