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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HI9TORY AK8 KOINCO I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT HOME EDITION MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL in Associated Press and United Press Full Leased Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1946 This Paper Consists of Two One No 301 Von Keitel Rosenberg Frank Fiick JodI SeyssInouart HERMAN GOERING FRITZ SAUCKEL These Hitler Henchmen to Get Death KALTENBRUNNER JULIUS STREICHER SENTENCE 12 NAZIS TO GALLOWS SCORE BY INNINGS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 R H Brklyn EMU II StLouis D H 0 Cards Knock Branca Out of Box for 31 Lead End of 3rd Sportsmans Park St Louis AP St Louis fell on Ralph Branca in a 2run 3rd inning rally Tuesday knocking him out of the box to give the Cardinals a 31 edge ovei Brooklyn in the opener of their bestofthree playoff series for the National league pennant The play by play FIRST INNING grounded to Schoendienst Lavagetto flied to Moore Medwick grounded out to Schoendienst No runs no hits no errors Cardinals Schoendienst was called out on strikes Moore singled to left Musial was called out on strikes Slaughter singled to righi sending Moore to 3rd Kurowski walked Garagiola got an infield hit on his high bounder past the mound scoring Moore A shirt sleeve Brooklyn rooter leaped over the wall and ran out to 1st base to protest the decision on Reeses throw to Schultz grounded to Reese whose throw to Stanky forced Garagiola One run 3 hits no errors 3 left SECOND INNING Walker went out Schoendienst to Musial Furil lo was safe at 1st when Pollet picked up his slow roller and threw bad to 1st Reese hit to Kurowski whose throw to 2nd was too late to get Furillo but Reese was out at 1st Schoendienst to Musial Marion threw out Ed wards No runs no hits one error flied out to Furillo Pollet struck out swing ing after working Branca to the full count Sehoendienst flied out to Furillo No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING Brooklyn On the 1st pitch Schultz hit a home run into the left field bleachers Dickson be gan warming up for the Cardinals Branca was called out on strikes Stanky singled into right field Lavagetto hit into a double play Pollet to Marion to Musial One run 2 hits no errors none left flied out to Furillo in center Musial fouled 4 pitches and then drew a walk Slaughter singled against the right field screen sending Musial to 3rd Kurowski forced Slaughter at 2nd Lavagetto to Reese to Stanky but Kurowski beat the relay to 1st aridMusial scored on the play Garagiola singled to cen ter Kurowski taking 2nd Harry Walker singledthrough the box scoring Kurowski and Sending Garagiola to 3rd Higbe went in to pitchfor Brooklyn Stanky made a great baclchanded stop and threw Two runs 3 hits no errors 2 left Buenos Aires ranks 6th in size of the cities of the world Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair and wanner Tuesday night and Wednesday Iowa Fair and warmer Tuesday night and Wednesday low Tues day night 40 to 45 extreme east 50 to 55 extreme west High Wednesday 75 to 80 Minnesota Fair and warmer Tuesday night Wednesday part ly cloudy and warmer with scat tered light showers northwest portion Wednesday afternoon or night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum 64 Minimum 37 At 8 a m Tuesday 46 YEAR AGO Maximum 46 Minimum 42 Hays Messer Selected for Court Race Des Moines Judge Norman R Hays republican of Knoxville and Frank F Messer 58 democrat Iowa City attorney were nominated by their state central committees Tuesday to be the republican and democratic candidates respectively lor the Iowa supreme court vacancy left by the resignation of Justice Fred eric M Miller The names of the 2 men will be placed on the ballot for the Nov 5 general election and the winner will serve on the high court for the remainder of Millers term which will expire Jan 1 1951 Gov Robert D Blue appointed Hays to the supreme court to serve until Millers successor is elected Hays selection reportedly was made on the 2nd ballot in the closed session of the republican state central committee Willis B York Madrid state chairman previously had said at the time of a brief recess in the hour and 45 minute session that about 10 names had been recommended prior to the taking first ballot He declined to state wheth erall of those proposed actually received votes on that ballot The democratic nomination came quickly with only the 1 name being submitted York and committee members declined to reveal the names of the other candidates but said Hays selection was unanimous They did refer however to the first ballot as being informal Iowa City to Be Site of New Vets Hospital Washington veterans administration announced Tuesday selection of a site at Iowa City Iowa for a new hospital A description of the project 12 acres including a part of University of Iowa campus for medical and sur gical hospital The triangular tract in the northwest corner of the campus is bounded on the north by U S Highway No 6 on the west and southwest by a city street and on southeast by the campus The site also includes two small privately owned tracts Clamp Freight Embargo on Shipments to Ports Washington labor de partment renewed efforts to end the latest paralyzing maritime strike Tuesday as railroad freight shipments into all ports were or dered halted The freight to that applied in the recently settled shipping ordered by the Association of American Rail roads Effective immediately it is designed to prevent congestion in ports Exempt from the embargo are supplies for the army and navy overseas and goods for which stor age space is available in the ports British Withdraw Cairo of all British army personnel from Le banon was completed Monday All British troops were withdrawn rom Syria by April 30 Hess Stares Blankly as Life Sentence Is Announced Nuernberg Hess the end the posturing crackpot of the war crimes trial brushed aside earphones that would have told him whether he was to live or die and stared blankly ahead of him as a stern judge sentenced him to life imprisonment One by one 21 once haughty nazi leaders were marched before the bar of the international military tribunal to hear their fate Goering retained his fierce re serve Gone were his flamboyant medals his glitter ing uniform his field marshals he strode into the court room between 2 stalwart military policemen His shabby gray suit hung limply about him Presiding Lord Justice Geoffrey Lawrence cold and impersonal gazed sternly at the No 2 nazi chieftain and sentenced him to die on the gallows Under the pitiless glare of the Kleig lights not a muscle of Goerings lace moved Joachim von Ribbentrop the dandy of the nazi cabinet who as foreign minister once strutted proudly across Europes diplo matic stage was stunned when he heard his death sentence Gray and sickly he had to be helpec from the room by military police Aging Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel Hitlers military yesman heard his doom silently When the court pronounced the death sen tence he turned silently and back through the small door in the dock Tall hulking Ernst Kaltenbrun ner once chief of the dread ge stapo still looked easily the RECORD BREAKING CREW OP TRUCULENT TURTLE Members of the navys bomber Truculent Turtle line up at the Columbus Ohio airport Tuesday afternoon after smashing the worlds record for a nonstop flight Left to right the men are Capt J G Foster Jr light uniform of Columbus naval facility Cmdr E P Rankin Sapulpa Okla Cmdr W S Reid Washington D C Lt Cmdr R H Tabeling Jacksonville Fla Cmdr Thomas D Davies Cleveland and Adm Edward W Ewen Glenview III Cap tain Foster and Admiral Ewen were in the welcoming delegation AP Wirephoto Navys Turtle Sets New Distance Record Columbus Ohio The Truculent Turtle navy patrol bomber landed at Port Columbus at a m CST Tuesday completing arecordbreaking nonstop flight of 11237 miles from Perth Aus tralia The unofficial elapsed time was 55 hoursand 18 minutes The twinengined Lockheed Neptune P2V carrying a crew of 4 men and a baby kangaroo thereby exceeded by 3321 miles the non stop mark of 7916 miles set November by Dream Boat the armys B29 On hand to greet the longdis ance flyers were members of the Columbus naval air station plus delegations of navy officials who flewv here from Washington and by Admiral Rich ard W Ewen commanding offi cer naval air reserve train ing station at Glenview 111 Other members of the record ireaking expedition who left Perth at a m CST Sunday were Comdrs Eugene P Rankin of Sa pulpa Okla and Walter S Reid of Washington D C and Lt Cmdr Roy H Tabeling of Jack sonville Fla The plane had checked in with radio stations north of Sacramen o Cal just after midnight The crew first planned to set down at es Moines Iowa then decided to push on eastward to Ohios capital Comdr Davies was the first out le was greeted by Rear Admiral Kwen rg Davies had a fine trip had all the weather we could ind including ce 1000 pounds of Davies added he thought the turtle could have gone on to Washington but would have had no reserve gasoline Our gasoline gauges were inac he said and we decided to play it safe and land in one piece The commander said the Turtle bucked head winds all the way to the west coast of the United Statesrunning into cold weather and ice just off America and he estimated the ship at one time was laden with 1000 pounds of ice Terrific tail winds pushed the Turtle along as far as Ogden Utah but from that point Davies said the assistance of the wind was lost Chewing Gum Free of OPA Controls Washington kicked chewing gum from under price control Tuesday with the explana tion that it is not iitiptfrtant to the cost of livingand further more If equitableprice controls were to be maintained a new ceil ing price would have to be estab lished at a level somewhat above that which is likely to result in a free market ARREST MEN IN MOVIE CLASH Several Injured in PicketLaw Battle Hollywood dozen men were arrested and several others were injured Tuesday in a bloody clash between peace officers and some 400 parading pickets who declared they were exservice men employes of the MetroGcld wynMayer film studio Fighting broke out as sheriffs deputies attempted to force the paraders back from the studio gates when after marching four abreast for an Tiour behind a United they halted for coffee and doughnuts The officers drew their night sticks as the paraders resisted with their fists and a shower of bottles rocks and sticks flew from ranks of other pickets Cordell Hull Suffers Stroke in Washington Washington Hull former secretary of state suffered a slight stroke Monday night the navy reported Tuesday His condition was described as satisfactory Hull will be 75 Wednesday Preachers License at 15 Louisville Ky M Pitzer has been licensed as a preacher in the Methodist church at the age of 15 fiercest of the defendants He bowed ironically when the court sentenced him to hang The man who scourged occupied Russia Nazi Philosopher Alfred Rosenberg straightened his coat folded his hands and waited Im passively until his sentence of death was read Stocky Hans Frank killer of thousands of Jews nodded curtly when the judge sentenced him to the gallows The most hated man in the dock by the defendants them Jew Baiter Julius Streicher the screaming fanatic of the nazi press He was immo bile when he was condemned Be cause he had been found guilty on only one count it was thought for a time he might escape death Wilhelm Frick onetime nazi street fighter who became the protector of Bohemia and Mo ravia under Hitler looked hag gard as sentence of death was pro nounced But like Kaltenbrunner he bowed to the court Grand Adm Erich Raeder who planned the nazi domination of the sea and the attacks on Norway and Denmark remained as impas he had been throughout the trial as the court doomed him His successor Grand Adm Kar Doenitz who1became fuehrer o Germany in the last days of the war without emotion heard him self sentenced to 10 years impris onment The lightness of the sen tence imposed on the nazi sub marine chief surprised many spec tators Shabby Walther Funk onetime economics minister looked more like a comic strip character than a once powerful cog in a grim war machine He shot a disgusted look at the court as he heard himseli sentenced to life in prison Baldur Von Schirach chief oi the Hitler youth was hustled off quickly by his 2 military police guards when the tribunal sen tenced him to 20 years He looked angry Next into the hot courtroom came the tough nazi labor boss and enslaver of millions Fritz Sauckel He greeted his death sentence with an ostentatious sneer Col Gen Alfred JodI whose ample diary of his association with Hitler helped convict himself and his coconspirators stared languidly as Lord Justice Law rence sent him to the gallows in the same dispassionate monotone The presiding judge as he did with all the others looked the pris oner squarely in the eye When the last pair of military policemen departed Van Neurath petween them Justice Lawrence passed the sentence of death upon the absent deputy fuehrer Martin Bormann and ended the historic 10 months session by announcing the dissenting Russian opinion which will have no effect on the present judgments Reveal US Has Eye on Dardanelles Washington Undersecre tary of State Acheson declared Tuesday the United States is ac tively interested in Russian de mands on Turkey over control of the Dardanelles because American jolicy iSnfconcernedWith ariyques might develop a threat to peace Acheson told a news conference that American officials are pres ently considering exactly what heMJnited States should do about Russias second note to the Turks ast week This reiterated Russian nsistence on a share in military control of the straits and asked or negotiations directly with Turkey However he flatly denied pub ished reports that Turkey already lad appealed to this country for iclp inthe situation saying that Turkey had not asked the United States for support yet Similarly le said he had no information to ndicate that the Turkish army s on a virtual war alert Tribunal Frees 3 as Russia Protests Nuernberg international war crimes tribunal Tuesday decreed death on the gallows for 12 leaders of the Adolf Hitler gang sentenced 7 to prison Russia 3 defendants The court after sentencing to death Hermann Goering Joachim von Ribbentrop and 10 other nazi henchmen an nounced that Russia had protested against the tribunals acquittal of Franz von Papen Hjalmar Schacht and Hans Fritsche The Soviet judge Mai I T Nikitchenko also protested that Rudolf Hess should have been hanged instead of receiving the life im prisonment sentence the court handed him and objected to Mondays acquittal of the general staff and high command Judges of Britain the United States and France joined in the ma jority opinion which now will be carried out by the allied control council representing all 4 allies These Acquitted Von Papen Schachr MAN HELD IN AXE ASSAULT Charles Cityan Bound Over to Grand Jury Charles City Louis Stevens was in jail here Tuesday unable 10 furnish a appearance jorid on a charge of assault with an ax on Harm Brummond He was bound to the grand jury for assault with intent to inflict great 3odily injury 1 It is alleged in the information hat Brummond recently divorced Tom his wife and given the right by the court to visit his little daughter went to the Stevens lome Saturday night after learn ng that his wife and daughter were there with Stevens a widow er Stevens is alleged to have used an axe cuttingBrumrnond on the nose and right arm Four stitches required on Brummonds nose to close the wounds Stevens remained in jail after waiving a preliminary hearing Truman Bounce Albany N Y Theres a lew dance afoot iounce the Truman James F Murray Jr Albany dancing instructor who devised he new step described it as a ast foxtrot with just a dash of itterbug And says Murray it cant be lanced to the Missouri Theres not enough bounce Legal officials of the American military government said that if any of the 3 nazi leaders acquitted were returned to the U S zone of occupation they probably would be tried to Germans under the zones denazification law The officials said because Schacht and von Papen owned property in more than one zone it was conjectural to which they might be returned Legal experts in Berlin expressed belief the Russians might get custody of Fritsche whom they arrested in Berlin and delivered to Nuernberg for trial Justice Robert H Jackson Chief U S prosecutor expressed regret that the tribunal has felt con strained to acquit Schacht and von Papen and to decline to de clare the criminality of the gen eral staff He said in a formal statement that the effect of these acquittals on the further prosecution of industrialists and militarists which have been plan ned will have to be studied from the text of the opinion Each defendant was sentenced individually Goering was first He strode into the courtroom flanked by 2 military policemen gray suit hung limply about his once ample figure Chief Justice Lawrence looked sternly down from the bench and sentenced the number 2 nazi to death by hanging Under the glare of the lights Goerings face was immobile Gray and sickly von Ribbentrop stood stunned as the death sen tence was pronounced He had to be helped out by military police men Others sentenced to death were Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel Ernst Kaltenbrunner Alfred Ros enberg Hans Frank Wilhelm Frick Julius Streicher Fritz Sauckel Col Gen Alfred JodI Arthur SeyssInquart and Martin Bormann in Rudolf Hess 3rd ranking Ger man until his strange wartime flight to Scotland wastsentenced to life imprisonment Also sentenced to life were Walther Funk and Grand Adm Erich Raeder Those acquitted were Franz von Papen theold gray diplomat who led intrigues in both World wars Hjalmar Schacht the German fi nance wizard and Hans Fritsche deputy propaganda minister for Paul Joseph Goebbels a suicide Grand Adm Karl Doenitz who surrendered Germany and was fuehrer in the last few days of thewar received a 10 year sen von Schirach Hitler tence Baldur youth leader and Albert Speer German munitions minister both were sentenced to 20 years in prison Constantin von Neurath former 3erman foreign minister and later protector of Bohemia and Mo ravia was given 15 years The Russians did not support ihe 3 acquittals it was announced Justice Geoffrey Lawrence presiding justice announced that Ihe Soviet member of the tribunal desires to record his dissent from the decisions in the cases of Schacht Fritsche and von Papen He is of the opinion that they should have been convicted and not acquitted Lawrence said He also dissents from the decis ion in respect to the reichs cabi net and general staff and the high command acquitted Monday He is of the opinion they should have been declared crimi nal organizations He also dis   

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