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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1946, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME tHE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS teased Wires PRESIDENT URGES WANTS STRONG ARMY RESERVE FOR PEACETIME Gives Talk at Army Day Celebration in Chicago on Military Program Chicago Truman proclaimed Saturday a universal I Mrs Worm Held on Murder Charge in 2V2 Year Old Case y tet degree years ago of her husband coercion and penetra Vhe weak and calling for Serves peacetime military re Speakingat an array day cele hration m Soldier Field where he renewed his appeal for extension of the selective service act unifica tion of the anned forces and a uni year IUL uuuiiiv jail the same killing Nov 4 1943year the state penitentiary for grand jury had returned an in dKtment charging her with mur iuuy cli in h h y kearinS of the case Advocates Vote 1 One universal policy must guide United States relations every country no matter hovv mote nit2inin recog Grpa T 1mporant interests of threat Britain and Russia and oth ers in the orient these countries must respect this nations interest ThP fre and securily in that area HE United States he added shall expect them to pursue the Peaceful objectives viiUr untEti nations have a Ejtto insist that the sovereignty and integrity of the countries of me near and middle east where outside rivalries might erupt into conflict must not be threatened oy coercion or penetration 4 The United States hopes for the peaceful settlement of differ ences which have arisen between colonial people and colonial sover eigns in all areas 5 The united nations security 3ls fully capable of settling disputes between any na tions of the world however dif ferent their philosophies traditions and interests if it respects the legitimate aspirations and needs of fellow members 6 The United States intends to join with the other sovereign in a 4iorll L MRS WOR3I ond World war began in Poland He asserted that the control and reform of Japan is only a begin orfent American policy the wJv Ullfted States even now is working n Korea with Korean leaders and soviet Russian allies he said to create a provisional democratic government with the desire of speeding the day when Korea wl lagain take her place as an independent and democratic na to Bring Up Spain in U N mae for sev years has admitted shooting Worm and then burying and ex humng the body twice before dumping it into the Mississippi County Attorney Ralph c Jones said Mrs Worm In signed statement to the state bureau of investigation at Des Momes which brought about the nf 1 he P Schmitt bury her husbands body twice and exhume it once Versons of the actual shooting varied statements however Caskey and State Agent Rob ert Gregson said that Schmitt re in his signed formal state ment that Mrs worm fired the first shot at her husband Ho de Right for 18 Year Pi rrrrr Using some of the strongest lan guage he has ever employed In discussing Americas new gloha policy Mr clared its immediate objective is to support the united nations to the utmost country ready he nriri f s reay e added to provide necessary sup trade strengthen and safeguard the Peace The president after reviewing a iVfatmy mightsaid versal training a years extension of the draft and unification of the armed forces are the foundation They are essential if we are to maintain our leadership on the road to peace and freedom he If the country is to carry out its rd to cl ciegate to the unit ed nations security council to brine up the matter of diplomatic rela Soani memler nations with nd considers that the nations should break off diplomatic relations with the Fran government the statement The Warsaw radio announced Friday night that the Polish gov ernment had decided to recognize the exiled Spanish republican gov ernment Jose Giral The embas P statement was made in report ing the governments action ihe embassy statement said decision of the Polish gov was t3KGn in VJGW of the it the present regime in r international peace and that peace is indivisible the World war against the axis Polish soldiers escaping from France and elsewhere in or dpr n in r f 4 came out between 2 corn cribs with a 22 rifle and run up and shot him in the head In a little lay there took and shot him in the head in her signed statement made prior to her lovers arrest Mrs Worm said she was in the house when Schmitt fired the first shot into Worm County Attornev Jones said She said that Schmitt fired another shot into Worm after she rushed out Jones re ported Jhe of Worm which bchmitt said he put on a collap sible raft and pushed out into the Mississippi river near Keokuk never has been found Sports Bulletin Mexico City S Base ball Commissioner A B Happy Chandler was offered a 550000 yearly salary to become hlffh com missioner of the Mexican league Bernardo Pasquel said Saturday The proposal was said to include a o year contract plus living ex penses in addition to the salary Invention of the cotton gin in increased the annual cotton production from 2000 000 to 40 000000 pounds in a decade and to seven billion in the next ISO years n strong Assert ng this is Americas duty under its add membership he mir our i day Procam ntion to prevent unjust ag u w the world and the next day call for immediate scrapping of our mili might The president said that the Unit 5nn is a na tion there is none stronger and that its strength reqnircs it to as remain strong Assert were imprisoned by Franco i Ai it EieniCQ WJien crossing the Spanish border and jailed in the iIfamed concentra tion camp Miranda Del Erbo In New York Friday night the French ambassador to the Tjniied States Henri Bonnet said France had no intention of bringing up hc matter of Generalissimo Francisco Francos regime at the security coimci session connrnillet Frtnces delegate to the council meetings said the ques tion now was one for the council of foreign ministers of the United the soviet union Britain China He added thai Weather Report FORECAST Slason City Generally fair Satur day night Sunday increasing cloudiness and wanner scattered showers with e a breach of faith i dUtyand interaational laitn if consciously or carelessly we permitted ourselves ever to be The army he continued can be continuously and adequately sup plied for another year only by the selective service act Either we must keep men abroad whose service entitles them to re turn home or we shall turn our thC enem before and added his assurancethat con gress will not choose either native e ae tat the a nations failed to act France which has taken the lead J Sorts Franco would n the Diplomatic authorities in New the United Nat ray te United Nations security council probably 10 Iowa Generally fair Saturday night followed by increasing cloudiness and wanner Sunday with scattered showers in the west and central portions Sun day and in the extreme east portion Sunday night Cooler in the south and east portions Sat irday night with scattered frost in the southeast and ex treme east portions Minnesota Mostly cloudy Satur day and Sunday with occasion al showers Sunday and in northwest and extreme west portions Saturday night Wann er except turning colder north west and extreme north por tions Sunday IN MASON CITY Gazelte weather statistics hour period ending at 8 Iowa Packers Expect Worse Meat Shortage get still more ae plant workers laid off and that to Friday against the for cnam ociock Saturday morning Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Saturdav Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum The situation is getting pro gressively worse E F Kadcra bek manager of the Iowa Pack nS Co Des Moines a sugary nf h Co dcc nirht OPA action etfect mCa M la no Kaderabek said the kill at the Plant was less than half of normal Meat Prices Up Washington office of price administration an nounced Saturday that retail cciline prices of 30 per cent of an cute of Iamb mutton and veal will increase Monday Av eraee Iamb priccs i cent un uer the new order while veal prices mil go up onethird of a cent 3 pound Two Billion house 62 29 37 0S rl e Ean8s wou work less than 30 hours this week There may be a layoff of worker 6 by Tokyo geisha girls tip led Saturday to discovery of 2 truckloads of special metal in gots believed worth 30 000 000 000 yen in the mud ot Tokyo bay An informant said he had been tow by Japanese army officers the money was to be used in building up a greater Japan after things have quieted down The ingots were located by Lt E V Nielsen Stamford Conn an oificer in the 32nd military gov ernment company The original tip came Nielsen aid from a geisha girl She told a Japanese employed by a civilian interpreter for the military gov1 crnmcnt that a large sum of gold cent officials said Employes who uorkins a 45 to 48 hour vicck 10 weeks ago now are working 30 to 35 The plants major operation is hoc kill Hollis F Peck public relations manager ot John Worrell Co Ottumwa la said Morrell yards which usually hold 3500 live cat tle had 350 head Friday He said the beef house gang would wnrk 26 hours former Japanese maritime rnlt A UJXJTU UH Y Nielsen said developments in planted Investigation showed the girls s ory came from a smalt social clubcomposed of elderly Japanese small shopkeepers and business men Finally NiIsen said one of the social group told me that be cause the militarists had been the rumaton of Japan we didnt want them to get hold the huge sup ply of precious metals He said he trusted the for Americans and eafSOnTould tel1 tne w of a laborer who worked in dumping into the bay TI e the Tokyo waterfront now used as a boat slip uy U S 1st cavalry personnel Nielsen brought up the first in weighing 75 pounds It tenta tively was identified by Bank of Japan officers as platinum hn1 tS rriP1d nd went down into about C feet of water and there in 3 or 4 feet of mud I could feel 2 areas each about 20 by 20 feet square which seemed to be paved with these blocks Nielsen said The spokesman for the social hc American officer RENEWS STAND FOR YEAR MORE OF DRAFT LAW Teen Agers Corner President in Press Meeting at Army Day Chicago President Truman advocated the ballot for 18 year olds Saturday in an unprecedented teen age news conference which highlighted his Army day wel ome here Going Immediately to the con ference from a parade through reels lined with waving hand ilappins spectators the man from Missouri submitted to a 20minutc barrasc from the high school journalists which he said was touffhcr than any he has under Konc from the tough questioners in Washinelon He told them 1 He dldnl see why any intel ligent boy or gil of 18 should not have the right to vote if they prepare themselves since they proved in time of war that they can citizenships highest Theres no reason why the bal ot shouldnt be extended to them by every state he added 2 That he was opposed to a Proposal to xtend the selective service act for 9 months asserting he thought it necessary to draft men far another year m order to bring home men Who have been abroad beyond what they should be 3 That universal training is necessary for this country to meet Is obligations of leadership and vill supplement rather than in crfere with the education of he nations youth He told them that the training c proposed was not conscription any sense and that no one Vlan Arrested Chicago Police and sec service agents went into the crowd awaitingthe arrival of tar at the ation Saturday and took into Mistodr a native of Germany t een bothering letters to the president Deputy Chief of oicc Ray Crane identified he man as Curt II Apcl 53 pel was carrying a brown package which police faund contained only a flirty Shht into the program would the American officer the would laborer had come to quired to serve in the army the group in fear of death nvy m tlme Peace Workers at Rath Packing com pany Waterloo probably wili work 30 to 32 hours this week packing house officials reported A i Ullldfj bring any youth into the army or navy in time of peace indTvw fake his place if cu iiive nis place if ar unhappily should ever come 3in 1 yet what wo d in terms of infantry ar tillery pilots pianeSj rockets or tin H i the at0mic he Con tinued but modern war calls for the total mobilization of all men and all energies Next if there must be a next we are likely to be the first target Mr Truman said In proclaiming Americas inten ion to assert its interest in peace and security everywhere the pres ident reminded Rerncmber that the first World war began in Serbia that the peace of Versailles wasfirst brok ators were not encouraging The beef kill t Jacob E Decker nc itional had been laid IU1O off since a reduction 3 weeks ago Murder of Jltut tuine 10 mem bers of the group in fear of death amlv being hidden by them Navy Department to Wind Up Demobilization by September Personnel to Start for Separation in 4 Quotas on July I Washington navy an nounced Saturday its plans for winding up demobilization by Sep tember 1 Beginning critical scores for naval reservists irill final low point was iirsi Drok1 REITEX anchuria and that the seci cause human Wilhelm Keitel 1ueStiomng oaiur day that he had ordered the indis criminate murder of soviet pris oners women and children Th1 S0m5er German chief of hedged cnnged and quibbled while Gen Ro man Rudenko cross examin ing in a fire and brimstone manner pinned him down on German orders concerning par tisan activities Do you re member an or der authorizing KEITEX tjie yes Keitel replied You signed this Again Keitel said yes Rudenfco asked You consid ered it correct and apt Yes Keitel replied It was a well known fact that lives were not respected in eastern and so viet territories The soviet prosecutor quoted another order which stated that troops have the A report by Admiral Wilhelm Canans the late German intel ligence chieftain p r o t e s t i ng against the mass killings of Rus sian prisoners was mentioned by Rudenko He asked Keitel if he agreed with the Canaris report Keitel answered I shared his views Rudenko then submitted to the and children That is correct Keitel said You consider this orderjight C0lme nt German ier and no German officer na the Canaris report on which tvcitel had ivrittcn a margina note This note to Canaris said these suggestions arc according to yonr soldiers view of the con ception of conducting a war as a but do not fit in With the udenko said there fore i War Thcrc mere lore I approve such measures and f o women Then said Rudenko you who were called field marshal who called himself a soldier you Lyour own resolution in 1941 you approved and sanctioned the murder of defenseless un armed soWierc taken by you as I signed assume the Keitel repeated under Rudenkos relentless questioning that he blindly followed Adolf Hitler He shouted I was a loyal and obedi ent soldier to my fuehrer I do not think that there is a soldier in soviet Russia who would not obey Marshal Stalin1 At this point Rudenko said he e prisoners Keitel answered those decrees and I responsibility was person ation Jtl Mlluutr mm an to be at the centers by August 20 f for processing and separation In I so far as practicable highest j point personnel will go first The plan covers all personnel except those signing for extended service completing special assign ments under medical treatment in disciplinary status officers await ing transfer to the regular navy medical officers with unexpirsd internships and personnel of V5 and V8 programs or in the avia tion preparatory program The first quota to go to the sep aration centers will be made up of 30 per cent of eligible reserves on board as of July 1 this quota ar riving at the centers between July 1 and 14 The second quoin con sists oi the next 30 per cent ar riving between July 15 and 28the third quota calls for 25 per cent of personnel to reach the centers be tween July 2H and August 11 and the fourth or remaining 15 per cent irriving between August 12 and The navy said the announced plan covered navy personnel only v iuw mel will be started for scna ccnlers in 4 quotas with all ond did not apply to the marine corps which has not vet an nounced any demobilization wind up formula The coast guard which was a part of the navy dur ing the war is not affected as it has been returned to its old berth m the treasury department HPLDTETERAN FOR STABBING Iowa Man 39 Admits Killing Sweetheart Davenport jp A discharged Davenport war veteran who was quoted by police as saying the army taught us to kill waf held here Saturday without charge in connection with the fatal stabbing of his sweetheart w Kccd M Lconard 39 who spent months m Iceland admitted in satemcnt to officers that he stabhcd Miss Alice Murray 37 navcnpnrf early Saturday mom mp with a pocket knife as thcv neared her home because I as madly m love and thought she was Keeping company with other rrstcd the girl by police the body who had wo a seen called by a passerby and of chief The president went from this conference to a reviewing stand tlilHnC B3n avenue to view a 5th Red Diamond infan units powerfu On bis arrival here Jlr Tni man accompanied by Mrs Tru man and their daughter nrar ffaret was greeted at Union sta tion hy Mayor Edward J Kelly and GovDwight H Green The nations highest military office accompanied t h e presidential part j Upon leaving the station the president seated in the tonneau ot an open car swarming with service agents drove the loop to the Black stone hotel through crowds esti mated at 100000 by Capt T P Crecan chief of the citys police traffic chvision the presidential train arrivedChicago detectives spotted m the station a man Police Com missioner John C PrenderCast saui hrd written several crank letters to the president The man was seized and whisked off to po nce headquarters Gen Dwight D Eisenhower chief of staff Gen Carl Spaatz air forces commander Gen Jacob I eround forces com mander nnd Lt Gen Leroy Lutes rervice forces commander and Secretary of War Patterson ac companied Mr Truman Mr Truman was have decided that reported to the United mat luu united States must maintain a powerful peacetime force to back up its in sistence upon protection of weak er nations The cubit nncient measure of djsuince was actually the length forearmfrom elbow to i end of the middiclsJKer ;