Carroll Times Herald in Carroll, Iowa
5 Jun 1944

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5 Jun 1944

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Carroll Times Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Carroll, Iowa X big. Of Irenr Watte paper makes one a Box Container for food and supplies. Save waste paper save a bundle a who s a v i Semi airs ill fnmn3 him a Moniri the times Herald if a deliver vol. 75-no. 132 Carroll Iowa monday june 5, 1944-six pages 5th War loan quota set at $1,335,000 drive to open june 12 with full canvass we can do the Job chairman assures volunteers Carroll county has been handed a stiff quota for the fifth War loan drive r. A. Wright county chairman of the War finance committee told a group of workers assembled in the elks Hall in Carroll yesterday afternoon. The quota assigned to the county Wright Saltis $1,-335,000, an in Urease Over the $1,155,000 quota for the county on the fourth War loan. Wright pointed out that the purpose of the meeting was to organize for the drive which in scheduled to open june 12 and added we should have the Job done by june 17." can go it again an approximation on the quotas assigned to the various towns in the county was Given and it was explained that these quotas were just a Mark to Sii oot at and exceed As Carroll county had done in the third and fourth War Loans. We have done it before and we can do it again Wright forcefully pointed out. Let us make Carroll county first in the workers in the drive will make a House to House canvass in the county during the week of june 12 to 17. They were asked to have subscribers to the drive fill out the Blank forms and take them either to their Bank or the Post office for the actual Purchase of the Bonds. The Bonds must be purchased Between june 12, the opening Date of the drive and july 8, the closing Date to count As a credit on the quota for the county. V a letter from Pocahontas county hard hit by the wind and rain of the recent period when parts of Iowa were devastated was read by Wright. The letter reported that Farmers in that county were serious about the fifth War loan drive and said that those who had come out with Light losses had planned to make up for the ones who had lost All. Wright broke Down the Carroll county quota of $1,335,000 into its component parts giving Tho individual quota As $1,220,000, and the corporation quota As $115,000. A quota of $794,000 in e Bonds or approximately sixty per cent of the county total has been assigned in order to stress the Purchase of that Type of Bond. The county total of $1,335,000 War loan. See Pago 0 Lisi workers for War loan by districts the organization for the fifth War loan drive which includes county town and township officials was announced yesterday afternoon by r. A. Wright recently amed As county chairman. Wright placed r. E. Mccoy who was chairman of the fourth War loan drive. The list of officials As announced by Wright at the drive organization meeting is As follows. County county chairman Robert a. Wright of Carroll. Chairman women s division Captolia Gret Eman of Templeton. Banking a. M. Moehn. Publicity a. W. Wilson. Retails. S. Kudsk. Payroll John r. Hansen. Rural we. S. Thieleke. Schools a. H. Linton. Post office a. J. Wolfe. Speakers Bureau a. J. Meyers. Chamber of Commerce a. J. Caldwell movie Don Smith All of Carroll towns Arcadia Neil Rieman. Breda Adam Schaefer. Carroll Robert a. Wright. Coon rapids Walter Buenneke. Dedham a. E. Han sen. Glidden Fred Franzwa. Hal Bur Henry Eischeid. Lanesboro Paul Zimbeck. Lidderdale we. Lux. Manning John j. Struve. Maple River a. A. Pille. Ralston a. E. Copenhaver. Templeton j. J. Greteman. Willey a. B girl 9, die from injuries Joan Eckerman nine years old of buc Grove died about 6 1 last night at the St. Anthony hos Pital her death resulting from in juries suffered in a fall from Pony about 11 o clock saturday morning. She was brought to the Hospital immediately after the Accident. Joan who is reported to have sustained a Skull fracture was rendered unconscious by the fall she died without regaining consciousness. Greteman. Townships Arcadia Edward Lampman Arcadia. Eden we. S. Hughes Templeton. Ewoldt Edw. H Fredrickson Manning. Glidden Henry d. Johnson Glidden. Grant Carney Conner Glidden. Jasper Emil Sherer Lake City. Kniest Albert m. Reinhart Carroll. Maple River Thomas b. Wills car Roll. Newton August t. Meyer Dedham. Pleasant Knob be Carroll. Richland a o s e p h Gutc Glidden. Roselle we. Of Osborne Carroll. Sheridan Adolph Fricke. Union Boise b Mclaughlin Coon rapids. Washington John j. Schroeder area Dia. Wheatland Joseph Lengel ing Breda. Lata triumphant 5th army too race on beyond fallen Romi in Pursuit of fleeing germans reds hurl Back German attacks London up apparently attempting to smash russian preparations for a new offensive the germans continued to attack yesterday North and Northwest of Tasi in Romania but were hurled Back with tremendous losses in men and Materiel Moscow announced today. A broadcast soviet communique declared that in one sector alone 1,100 nazis were killed and so tanks were knocked out of action. The bulletin indicated the fighting was on a considerable scale saying the nazis had thrown Large forces of both infantry and tanks into the fray. Sharp air Battles accompanied the ground fighting and 44 nazi planes were brought Down in combat or by anti aircraft fire the russians said. They reported the rest of the front was quiet but noted a soviet torpedo plane had sunk a Large German transport in the Gulf of Finland. . Heavies smash French coastal area 1,250 american bombers Deal tremendous blow to nazi forts by w. W. Ii Ericier London up approximately 1,250 american heavy bombers and fighters leading an Allied Aerial assault of powerful proportions against the fortified French coast smashed military installations in the Boulogne and Calais areas today with an estimated 2,-200 Short tons of bombs. This was the fourth attack in a Row against the de Calais the area of France closest to England and it came after Raf bombers attacked French coast objectives and targets in Cologne Germany last night. Watchers on the English coast facing Boulogne could see enemy rocket shells rising from the ground leaving a thin White Trail of smoke and exploding High in the air. Offensive thunders on for More than three hours powerful fleets of american and British bombers thundered across the English Channel. Clouds which replaced the earlier Clear sky failed to halt the offensive. Since june began the More than 200 Miles of French coast line bristling with German guns has been shaken from end to end by Allied bombs. The big British bombers made it their target for the third consecutive night last night. The United states eighth air Force has neglected strategic targets deeper in the continent for the last four Days to concentrate on immediate tactical targets behind the invasion Wall. It is estimated that Well Over 13,000 tons of bombs have been dumped on France by american and British heavy bombers alone in the last 72 hours. Concentrate on defences the greater part of this devastating weight of explosives has fallen the the de Calais area. T and on nazi Strong Points sur Des Moines of iowans were rounding the Channel ports of Nomma tins to the candidates Tor Boulogne Calais Dieppe and a fall election today with one of Dunke que. The rest has been be lightest primary votes in state aimed mostly at Road and rail Hestol a expected Topping the eleven major races in which there were contests was the one involving senator Guy m. Gillette Democrat who virtually had to be drafted to seek reelection. He was opposed to Ernest j. See Mann Waterloo factory worker making his fifth attempt to get to Washington. Senator Gillette whom president Roosevelt opposed when Gil Lette was up for reelection six years ago had declared until Sev eral Days before the filing deadline that he would not be a candidate state democratic leaders finally persuaded him to make the race and shortly thereafter he received last Village before allies entered Rome. An Allied Soldier Points to direction of drive on Rome from his Post on main Street of key City of Frosinoni on Highway 6, which the allies chose into the eternal City. A Canadian manned m-5 tank is at right. Signal corps Radi telephoto from Italy from Nea. Lightest primary vote seen today As Gillette race tops eleven contests communications As deep into Northern France As Paris. The German radio soon after noon warned that single enemy planes were Over the lower Danube suggesting that Italy based bombers were on the prowl. The nazis asserted that Germany it self was free from enemy planes. Preceded by Thunderbolt fighter bombers which dive bombed flak defences a Small Force of United states medium marauders attacked the Northern France invasion zone in mid Day. Pilots reported moderate flak and no fighter opposition. Names Duggan to a. A dear Guy letter from the pres governor of r a aident congratulating Nim a a Nis Washington up Ivy William Duggan of Georgia director of the decision to run. To vote for f. D. R. Before deciding to make the Southern division of the Agricula race Gillette steadfastly had of Ture adjustment Agency was Nom fou the term for or Roose Ina Ted by president Roosevelt to velt inc however he has agreed Day to be governor of the farm to f to the notional convention As credit administration. A Delegate at Large and abide by if confirmed by the Senate to custom in casting the state s will succeed a. G. Black whose votes for the president resignation was announced March general pro occupation with 3. The War the anxiety of farm or. Roosevelt also sent to the cars to catch up with their Senate the nomination of Charles Franklin Brannan of Colorado to become assistant Secretary of agriculture a Post left vacant when Grover b. Hill became underscore tary of agriculture. Permanent peace possible if Christian Peoples join forces adm. Leahy asserts it. Vernon la. Admiral William d. Leahy chief of staff to president Roosevelt declared today permanent peace could be achieved if civilized Christian p e o pies should at the end of this War enter i n t o a solemn agree ment to join forces at once in War against any nation that May in Tho future violate the sovereignty or the territory of any such an agreement would make International War by an aggressor impossible of Success he asserted in an address prepared for the Cornell College commencement exercises. Fore knowledge of certain failure would prevent aggression even by such Pagan Peoples As Are now attempting to enslave the the Leahy after the peace will come the inevitable Post War political problems among which and in my opinion of outstanding importance is an agreement by the victorious civilized nations to prevent International wars for a Long time in the future he continued. "1 am convinced that thin can be accomplished and i believe that at least in our country the Cost of this War in treasure and sorrow has convinced our people of the necessity for effective preventive preparations. A x x i can assure you from personal experience that there is nothing in War that can meet with the approval of sane civilized people except a necessity for self defense when such a necessity actually exists and a development of heroic qualities by the participants. Through the years we have heard individuals advocate a policy of peace at any Price. I repeat at any. Price and with my experience us wars to Many parts of. Spring planting and the absence of contests for several of the major league offices were reasons advanced for the Light vote Tho polls opened at 7 a. M cwt in permanent registration cities and at 8 a. M. Elsewhere they close everywhere at 8 p. M. Candidates were to be Nomin ated for the offices of United states senator representative in Congress governor lieutenant gov the world and in spite of my hat error and other state offices sex red for War i am sure that we of cent District and supreme court Iowa Are in Complete disagreement judges and state superintendent of with them. Everybody May have Public instruction for state Sena peace if they Are willing to Tor in 29 districts and for state any Price for it. Representative. County candidates part of this any Price is also were being nominated slavery Dishonour of your to delegates already chosen few ballots Are cast in today s primary election weather Lack of contests contribute to Light voting predictions of Light voting in the primary election were borne out Here monday As Only 248 ballots were reported cast in Carroll s four precincts shortly before 2 p. M. This figure compared with 489 in 1942, 690 in 1940, and 797 in 1938, the latter a presidential year. There were several factors contributing to the Light voting. In the first place interest wus apathetic because of a Luck of contests locally As Well As in the state. Farmers Long delayed by rain in their Spring work were unwilling to spare time to go to the polls when no special issues were at stake. The weather cold and Windy following lost night s Hail rain and wind storm was no added inducement to other the party spilt was As follows first and second wards normally Republican first Ward running 3-2 Republican second Ward 2-1 Republican. Normally democratic South Side third Ward 5-1 democratic fourth Ward approximately 4-1 democratic. Comparative figures i lit 11 1042 first Ward. 51 97 second Ward .107 179 third word. 3s 84 fourth Ward. Ii2 129 men destruction of your Homes and denial of your god. I have seen a of these abominations in other parts of the world As the Price of not resisting invasion and i have no thought that the inhabitants of this. State of my birth the Admiral was bom at Hampton have any desire for peace at that Price or that they Lack the fortitude that is necessary to discourage aggression by the barbarians who Are now about to he driven Back to their kennels or by the Savages who May arise at some later Date against our civilized world. A x x there is in my opinion italian populace cheers As liberators break shackles King expected to abdicate in favor of Crown Prince Umberto in for Mal ceremony bulletin Allied Headquarters Naples a five Hundred american heavy bombers joined lighter planes in smashing attacks on enemy communications North of Home today in an Effort to snarl the German Retreat from Rome. By Noland Norgaard Allied Headquarters Naples a the powerful fifth army thundered across the tiber toward Northern italian horizons in Pursuit of the 10th and 14th German armies to f Day with hardly a look at captured Rome ancient seat of Western civilization fallen a prize to Allied troops after nine months of sacrifice. Last ditch German rearguard died within the Shadow of the roman forum and in the streets of the government Quarter in bitter clashes As Alian partisans Bare chested and wearing Hammer and sickle insignia fought hand to hand with fascists and nazis in a Brief Battle for lib. Ration. V fall of Rome not the end nazis assert 1940 140 240 109 195 1938 181 270 130 210 demos fight in Southern disaffection by Jack Bell associated press staff writer even though president Roosevelt has enough support to be nominated on the first ballot at the july 19 convention if he wants to run for a fourth term the democrats still have something to fight about this week. The Crux of tie a tar party Battle appears to lie in Mississippi where democrats will meet wednesday to pick a delegation to cast votes on the presidential and vice presidential nominees. White supremacy was advanced As a theme of a meeting expected to develop an Effort to keep the delegation uninstructed and to leave the state s nine electoral College votes a pegged for future developments. Name Thomas meanwhile the socialist party meeting at Reading pa., Nomin ated Norman Thomas of new York for the presidency for the fifth tim.ej_.darlington_hoopes1 Reading lawyer was nominated for vice president. In the Republican race a tabulation today showed that governor Thomas e. Dewey of new York is assured of publicly undisputed support for the presidential nomination from 24 states and three territories for a total of 391 con demos. See Pago 2 by James f. King London to Adolf Hitler acknowledged the fall of Rome belatedly last night with declarations that the German fighting front had moved to the Northwest of the City and that a proposal had been made to the allies to regard the italian capital As an open had liberated the eternal City. Two special German communiques the first word in Many Days from the fuehrer s Headquarters were broadcast after Allied troops and liberated the eternal City. The fight in Italy will go on said the first announcement to Force final Victory for Germany and her allies. The year of the invasion will bring Germany s enemies an annihilating defeat at the most decisive it declared German troops had left Rome to prevent its the other announcement asserted Field marshal Albert Kes selring had Given the Vatican proposals that Rome be made an open City and asked they be conveyed to the Allied command. Totals.248 489 090 797 reactions on fall of Rome Catholic Washington up the Swift Allied Conquest of Rome brought expressions of gratification from Catholic leaders. Msgr. Michael j. Ready general Secretary of the National Catholic welfare conference termed the City s liberation a very great Victory and said it was very heartening to All of archbishop Michael Joseph cur reactions. See Page 6 Iowa s delegates to the Republican and democratic National conventions were chosen in convention Early this Spring. The lightest Republican vote cast in any primary since the present system was instituted in 1908 was 127,000 in 1018. The lightest democratic primary vote was 80,818 in Tho same year. The largest primary turnout was 422,333 for the republicans in 1926 and 157,056 for the democrats in 1938. In 1942 republicans counted 235,176 and the democrats Drew 79,366 on primary Day. Recognition Quito Ecuador # Brazil re an acceptable Way to preserve in-1 cognized the new ecuadorean gov Leahy see Page 3 i eminent today. Tornado strikes Shelby county Irwin la. Al a Tornado struck last night about three Miles South of Here in an area of Shelby county Northeast of Harlan and Many farm buildings were reported demolished. No one had been reported injured. Debris fell All around or. And mrs. Peter Brogard and daughter Helen 15, As the wind destroyed the House but All were unhurt All buildings were reported blown Down on the Joe Strunk farm and All but the houses were smashed on the Jake Thompson and Carl Brue farms. The Leonard Swenson family took Refuge in a storm Cave As the twi Tor levelled the barn and smaller buildings. Farm buildings were Down on the Cass Armentrout place two and a half Miles South of Here with the exception of the House. Ruml sees Post War living standards up 50% Inu. S. Cedar rapids la. Up beards Ley Ruml who started people thinking about As you go income taxes today held the View that our Post War Standard of living will be increased by 50 per cent Over anything we be Ever known if conditions Are right. Ruml,.visiting his father or. W. Ruml Cedar rapids physician also predicted in an interview sunday that Federal Post War taxes could be reduced by More than Tho right conditions Ruml explained would be a Post War National income of $140,000,000,000 annually based on a High employment of 55,000,000 persons working a 40-hour week. He predicted our National budget will be $18,000,000,000 a year exclusive of social Security and debt retirement but including Ruml see Page 8 the italian populace cheered american and Allied infantry and tank teams As they threaded Tho City s streets rushed to kiss the bearded and Grimy liberators and with shrill cries warned of ambushes ahead. Some of the romans died in the City s closing hours of German domination victims of machine guns they tried to seize almost bar handed. Art treasures intact but despite the sporadic clashes which took place even though the., German High command had pretended until the last that Rome was an open City the italian Cap ital with its store of cultural and. A religious treasures apparently a came through unscathed for the v f most part. Police officers said All Waal quiet at the Vatican where the Pope has been a virtual prisoner of German bayonets since last 4 september. A Berlin broadcast said Baron von Weizsaecker Ger. Man ambassador to the holy see has left his residence in Rome ,. Villa Bonaparte and moved Vatican City. Other diplomatic missions of the tripartite Power will move to Vatican City name by those of Japan Hungary Slovakia Romania and British. Correspondent in jux Madrid said the Pope spent sunday in prayer and in consultation with papal officiate y during the hours of violent liberation of the City. The i Swiss guard had been done f led about Vatican City to pre m vent an influx of refugees German broadcasts said Allied diplomatic representatives to he holy see already had left the vat ican precincts for their old apart ments in Rome.,j5s King Vittorio Emanuele Wall expected to hand Over Hie Power to Crown Prince Umberto at a for \ Mal ceremony in keeping with Huv i Promise of several months ago to Rome., see Page 8 the weather in Carroll yesterday s High yesterday s Low Beardsley Ruml forecast Iowa partly cd Budy i fresh winds this afternoon and tuesday. Ocoler Tont somewhat cooler East up

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