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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 6, 1945, Wisconsin Rapids, WisconsinTuesday november 9, 1148. Wisconsin rapids daily Tri Buvin filipino and priest Tell of Jap tortures Manila a Spanish priest and a filipino labourer testifying at the War criminal trial of it. Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita recounted today the starvation torture and massacre of filipino and Chi Nese civilians by japanese troops before the fall of Manila last Spring. Father Bela Niino Decelis of the Spanish augustinian order said that last february 5 the japanese jammed the civilians into the ancient Church of St. Augustine oldest building in Manila. The men were thrown into the old dungeons which served the Spanish 100 years ago. Women and children he said were kept without food in the Church com Pound until they were so hungry they ate the grass and roots of the Patio gardens. On february 9, the men were taken out and forced to stand in the open streets under heavy Artil Lery fire and then marched to fort Santiago where the burning and slayings took place. Juan Pagoda the filipino Testi fied he was one of 100 packed into a Stone Dungeon 20 feet Square. He was stabbed later and left for dead in a pit with 500 Ether bodies. Defense attorneys sought to show that the civilians in the historic old area might have died in the All out american attack with tanks Point Blank artillery fire grenades and flamethrowers. Earlier an 11-year-old girl Rosalinda Andoy showed the Mili tary commission conducting the trial the scars of 38 Bayonet wounds. She sobbed softly As she told of her mistreatment and the death of her family at the hands of the japanese invaders. Comics continued from Page one cases brought to juvenile the priest stated in a recent address at the University. Among the comics he lists As harmless Are Mickey mouse Don eld Duck Katzen hammers Mutt end Jeff Blondie smitty Henry Popeye Joe Paloska red Ryder Roy Rogers Prince valiant Skee 21 a Lone Ranger and Winnie Winkle. Questionable comics include Dick Tracy Moon Mullins the Gumps Jiggs Superman orphan Annie Harold teen smiling Jack Terry Mandrake l in Abner Mary Worth. Scarlet o Neill Flash Gordon and Tarzan. Condemned comics those on the condemned list in clude super magician b a t m a a Hawkman Crimson terror. Black Hood Green Hornet Sizer Streak Captain Midnight Green mask fighting yank Yankee boy Man Hunter miss Victory miss fury wonder woman the Specter the spirit the Shadow the phantom Black terror human Torch and several others of a similar nature. A few of the harmless comic Hooks listed were co Coo Candy Happy barnyard Jingle jangle punch and Judy funny stuff tiny Folk Mother Goose fairy tale real heroes air forces War heroes it really happened calling All girls timeless topic and heroes All. Questionable books questionable Hooks include such titles As wow Archie Pep Mili tary camera blazing. Boy won Der. Marvel kid comics. All new and terrific. Condemned comic books include Mystic select bomber Jungle sus Pense spotlight punch wings exciting Ranger planet. Crime does not pay Blue Circle Sparkler jumbo boy commandos thrilling Cannonball super snipe clue. Magic and a number of others. Father Southard in his article on comics declared crime comics Are especially damaging to youngsters n Grade school. These youngsters ought to be taught Early in life by Precept and example a respect for property and life respect for the police and other duly appointed guardians of the Friendship pvt. Charles Sipla of Scott Field 111., and his family from Janesville Floyd Cochrane Seaman Home on furlough from California and his family also of Janesville and John Cochrane who is in the air corps Home on furlough visited Over the weekend with private Sipla s parents. Or. And mrs. Mike Sipla. Pfc. Norman Harwig of West Ellis who is Home on furlough from overseas duty with the fifth army visited at the Thornton Pierce Home sunday. Pfc. Fred Reitz who has been stationed at Seymour Field n. C., and mrs. Reitz of Milwaukee Are a three months furlough in Friendship. Joins tax division col. Melvin d. Urc Neillsville wis., who until a Vear ago was on general Stillwell s general staff in chunking China joined the beverage tax division staff yesterday. His duties in the division have not been determined. Colonel ire has been in the armed forces since 1938. Simple piles ii cd with maddening itch Burn end irritation Stutru i Pyramid suppositories bring Quick Welcome Relief. Their eran6 Ruedi j cation Rancans real Comfort reduces train Hilpi tighten relaxed atm Brunei gently lubricates and softens. Protective and anti Chaffins. So easy to use. Get genuine j Stuart i Pyramid m your 1 drug More without and on Money Back guarantee. Hush hush photography highly developed by the Navy for numerous War tasks and kept very hush produced the unusual pictures above. Top sub sea a hitherto secret the diver photographer head on. Towed by a surface vessel at about three knots the glider houses an observer who controls it by Means of the fins. Bottom underwater camera pictures a Navy diver examining a torpedo net for possible flaws. Commission continued from Page one wild Rose Cpl. Leonard Dake. Who received his discharge at Camp Mccoy after action was initiated by me and j three years of service and wife there could have been no meeting have been spending a few Days at held. The statement therefore that the Williams Home. Leonard i was again in Good standing is Samitz also wanted to Point out that there was nothing Detri mental to organized labor in the and which he published. The Law was in my favor and my pay stopped. The others went out on strike illegally and were or. Damitz stated As he asked to be re hired. Alex Bandelin Secretary of the commission said where i m concerned when a Man does t show will you make that a Rule and stick to it that when a Man does t show up through his own fault he is asked mayor William t. Spent 22 months in France and Ger Many where he was a prisoner o War for four months. Or. And mrs Dake expect to leave the last of the week for Chicago where he will enter the Moler school of barbering. Donald Stewart who has received his discharge after Over five years of service left monday morning for san Antonio Texas after spending two weeks Here with his Mother mrs. Pearl Stewart. Mrs Earl Huffman and daughter Norah accompanied him As far As Temple Texas where they will visit sgt Carl Huffman at the Mccloskey general Hospital. Noel Rood who is attending per Nobles who is chairman of the i due University at Lafayette ind. Has commission. Bandelin replied of Bee spending a few Days with his Firmat ively and Damitz interjected it did t apply to 24 no outside work you be still got your insurance business Haven t you Bandelin queried. When Damitz that he did Bandelin pointed out it was a Rule that no body on the City payroll can have outside work. Then you la have to take off All the others who Are working outside in the electrical Damitz countered. Bandelin said that was different. They did that to help in the War after considerable discussion the commission decided to deny dam Itz request. Milladore mrs. Charles Feit and son Leo and Jean Mcgivern spent sunday at the Fred Feit and mrs. Libby Feit Homes in Dancy. Mrs. Roman Kelnhofer is visit ing with or. And mrs. Carmen Zais at Kenosha. Chi. Charles Simonis arrived sat urday from 18 months overseas and will spend a 10-Day Furlouch with his wife and daughter Carol Ann. Wendell Simonis. Or. Of Knowlton is spending a week at the Charles Simonis Home. Or. And mrs. Wendell Simonis sr., and son Frank of Knowlton weve saturday supper guests of or. And mrs. Joseph Hinek. Or. And mrs. Frank Mancl were recent guests at the James Passineau Homo at Wisconsin rapids. Cpl. Clifford Skibba and mrs. Skibba of Ore con and mrs. Skirha and son Jackie of Wisconsin rapids spent monday and tuesday at the Frank Mancl Home. Or. And mrs. A is rust Stasuck and family accompanied George Stashek to Lisle 111., and visited at Cicero and re Revyn. 2 state paper firms approve pay increases general wage increases by two Wisconsin paper manufacturers Ivere announced today by Edw. G. Gilbertson Wisconsin rapids representative of the International brotherhood of paper makers. Or. Silbertson said that the higher Scales in both instances were adopted yesterday following a series of image negotiation conferences. The Marathon paper corporation according to or. Gilbertson is giving an increase of 15 cents an hour to All hourly workers in their four plants at Rothschild Wausau Ash and and Menasha involving about employees. The increases be come effective december 1, 1945. Gilbertson acted on behalf of the paper makers brotherhood while Raymond a. Richardson Wisconsin rapids represented the International brotherhood of pulp sulphate and paper Mill a workers. The Rhinelander pulp and paper company granted a 20 per cent Gen eral increase for All hourly work ers or. Gilbertson announced which will be effective immediately. Arthur Pinten of the Appleton of fice represented the paper makers while Elmer p. Meinz St. Paul represented the other group. The raise covers about 600 employees. Conference continued from Page one committees will go to work separately behind closed doors. Lewis is silent John l. Lewis who sat silent yesterday As the Lone Delegate of the unaffiliated United mine workers would not Tell reporters his stand on the wage question. He has not been invited to a place on the pow Erful executive committee and he said he was undecided whether to speak on the conference floor today. A hint that Lewis would support the Al stand was found in his ump journal Organ of the mine workers. A journal editorial said the Agenda already was Long enough to keep the conference going until the millennium arrives and broach enough to accommodate one of the Navy s newest Battle Cio president Philip Murray pleaded yesterday that the 36 Dele Gates thresh out the wage question on the spot. Secretary of Commerce Wallace also hammered on the wage Issue Effort unsuccessful conference planners tried mean while without immediate Success to placate the White Collar pickets who greeted delegates yesterday at the Entrance to the labor department auditorium. The pickets marched to dramatize a demand that Independent unions be granted a place in the meeting. William Green Al president who spoke late yesterday for Volun tary arbitration to Settle deadlocked disputes. Management spokesmen who did flashes of life Bird featured Kirksville the decorative coat of arms planned for the draperies at the Ann r. Still memo rial convalescent Hospital could t More appropriate. While planning the decoration of the Hospital where Many mothers and their babies come As patients the committee was stumped when it came to selecting a design for the draperies. Following the suggestion of one member that they Trace the still family coat of arms the committee was cot after one glance at the coat. Its dominating feature is a Stork that Ain t Hay Woodward Farmer Gene Boyd is finding no Scarcity of offers to buy his Hay crop. The Selling Point while raking it he lost his Billfold containing which he hag never beep Able to find. Considerate thief Santa be x. Toby Younis has receded a garage storage Bill for for his Sedan car he reported stolen August 29. Checking up on the Bill Younis found it was his car All right and in it Safe and sound were his fishing tackle and new suit. Younis big question is How the car got Sheie. Robin Hood Anaconda was Happy Hunting for Kenneth Routzahn who returned from the Northwestern Montana Woods with a five Point Buck Deer and a smile on his face. His companion a. J. Was not quite As Happy bagged his Deer on a dead run with a Bow and Arrow. Barney toted a gun and did t even get a playing at Wisconsin Darnell portrays one of the two loves of Greg Mcclure seen in the title role of the great John which is now be housing at the Wisconsin theater through Satui Ciao. Barbara Brit ton is co starred in the Pic Ture which is the Story of John l. Sullivan from his beginnings in Boston through his ring victories Over such fighters As John flood and Paddy Ryan to his final tour of the Chautauqua Cir Cuit. Title relist Greg Mcclure was chosen by Bing Crosby producer of the film after a ions search for an unknown who could fill the qualifications of the role. Exclusive business Wanella 111, of mrs. Addie Hoover 81, who had Only one doll throughout her own girlhood is making about 50 dolls for the Christmas Trade. She is Witt county s Only doll manufacturer. Mrs. Hoover is the designer Cutter seamstress Saleslady and general manager. Last year she made about stocking dolls. This year she is making rag dolls and she says she can make one doll in about a Day and a half Complete with Ward Robe. Blocker s pals won t be agreeable when he volunteers to Fry fish caught on their next Jaunt. On the last trip Blocker put the cleaned fish into a big paper bag into which he had poured a covering mixture. Then he Shook the bag vigorously so the fish would be nicely coated. Bubbles oozed up from the frying pan. Blocker explained soap grains Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. F. E Mccormick. Mrs. Norman Rasmussen left Mon Day for her Home in Garfield Minn after spending several week with her parents or. And mrs. Walter Dopp. Miss Jane Koll of Boulder. Col., visited mrs. Otto Keller the first of the week. Charles Eserhut. Jr., who has been with his grandparents or. And mrs Charles Eserhut. Left saturday for Chicago where he will enter the service and be enrolled in the v-5 program. Represents Wisconsin Koch. 10, Mcmillan will represent Wisconsin at the National 4-h club health con test at the National club Congress in Chicano in december. It is the second time in years that a Marathon county girl has won the Honor. Not mention the Point in their open looked like Corn meal. Ing talks previously have stated they would not be willing to Achi or did Breeding Secretary of labor Schwell Ebadi Coop to meet Friday scolded both labor and management the Central Wisconsin for practices he said contributed to will hold a membership bad labor relations. Meeting at l afternoon Al the Marshfield City Hall according to h. R. Lathrope county agent. He pointed out that the organization has been set up to provide artificial Breeding service for dairymen in the Marshfield area. Victory Bonds Aid Almond or. And mrs. Theo Jach or. Of Wisconsin rapids and mrs. Jach s brother Ernie Vilbaum of Ripon and mrs. Julia Staples and Jane Rae were sunday guests at the Home of mrs. Henry Janecek. Or. Jach. A Nephew of mrs. Janecek. Has Pur chased a bakery at Necedah. He has had four years of baking experience in the army. A. J. And Lyle and Kenneth and Lyle Milius drove to Green Bay sunday to at tend the Packer and Chicago card Inal football same. Sergeant Mil up who has spent a 45-Day furlough at. Home leaves thursday for Camp Grant where he expects to receive his discharge. Evonne Miner of Madison visited relatives Here Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Leonard herbs drum and children spent the weekend with relatives in Oshkosh. Or. And mrs. W. J. Kuhrt and i. And mrs. H. Fopp left Satu Niay for a week s trip to Canistota s. Mrs. F. G. Walter of Appleton spent last week at the Home of her brother de Weber. Armistice continued from Page one said the British and american governments Felt after the Potsdam big three conference that a final peace treaty with Italy soon be writ ten. It was believed these officials added that no purpose would be by prior publication of the armistice terms. What had purpose might have been served by such publication not specified. It finally was decided to publish them after the september Confer ence of for Eimi ministers charged with up a final Peaco settlement ended in a stalemate in London. Harsh terms Secretary of state Byrnes recently called the armistice terms harsh and government officials Lone familiar with the documents acres. Thev say the terms Are More detailed and sweeping than those imposed on the former Axis satellite countries of Bulgaria Hungary and Romania. They stress however that the provisions still in effect will be superseded entirely by the final peace treaty with Italy. The documents disclose that Tho allies to Emu to relax some of the terms As Early As september 2 i 10-13. Just after the original surrender pact was sir cd. On the 20th, Gen. Devight Eisen Hower wrote to marshal Sadoglio then head of the italian government that developments had altered considerably the status of Italy Winch has become in of pct a co operator with the l Nitro a Taro weeks before that was just two weeks he Orp the Sadoglio government dec Laid War on Germany and became a co Bell of the allies. The original armistice document did not contain the words unconditional surrender 1 of Italy. I it it was not until the additional conditions of the armstice with Italy were signed Selp mawr that the statement accepted unconditionally appeared. The original armistice signed in Sicily september 3. Consists of 12 terse provisions beginning with the 24 prisoners Hurt fond do German prisoners in route from a Camp at Oakfield to Vork fond do Lac county farms suffered injuries yesterday when the truck in which they were Riding overturned. A Camp physician said six required hospitalization. If you Are fussy about your hair trim come to us we re fussy about it too Haefner s Barber shop Wisconsin theater magic onions 20c per bottle Huber s grocery Nekoosa Wisconsin if you have a Large Home store building cheese factory office building Etc. Here s your Opportunity to buy a a High Grade Brand new Stoker at a wonderful saving order to italian forces to cease immediately All hostile Italy was called upon to deny to the germans All facilities which might be used against the allies to return All United nations prisoners to Transfer her Fleet and aircraft t the allies. Two of the clauses Are so sweep ing As to indicate that the allies wanted to insure a catch All scope for a hastily written document. Authorized any measure one authorised Eisenhower to take am measure which in his opinion May be necessary for the prosecution of the War the other binds Italy to Othni conditions of a political economic and financial nature to be drawn up later. These additional Condi signed at Malta sept Inbi 20. Go into great detail and live the allies minute control Over Al aspects of top military economic Anc political life of Italy. Incl Hlad in the documents is a separate agreement for disposition of the italian Fleet Sisr Ned september 2.1. It placed All italian warships and merchant unconditionally at Alliod disposal. Two amendments added novem Ber 17. Brought Vii Orous from italian Admiral de courier and Pimp cd Rad Jilio to write a letter to the late president Roose Volt. Stress right these amendments stressed the of the allies to make such other dispositions of any or All Itali an hips As they May think am watered Down a previous Pio vision that italian merchant ships would b manned by italian Crews. Admiral de Courton said the the spirit o the original agreement. He said the wore at Odds with the Active Coll oration which had been Given the allies by the italian . Also included in the documents i a commentary on the armistic documents prepared by Allied fore in Italy in recen week.-. It explains How the Origina terms have been relaxed detail italian military and economic contributions to the Allied War a foil and outlines Allied Steps to help be Italy Hack on its feel economically. Let s All attend the annual Chicken chowder Given by the St. John s lutheran ladies Aid of Kellner serving at p. M. No charge free of Ferling funeral to m e county seat notes marriage License Howard h. Tucker Wisconsin raids and Doris l. Staak Wisconsin rapids. Marriage in Wisconsin rapids november 10. Realty transfers Alfred e. Bark to Neil a. Gaulke be lot in Wisconsin rapids. Clara Ransom to Benjamin h. Parks parcel of land in the town f grand rapids together with buildings and improvements. William Meyer to John w. Meyer be lot in Marshfield. Cyril Gabel to William Yoss two ots in the Village of Arpin. Charles f. Kruger to Henry r. One lot in Wisconsin rapids. Samuel a. Muir to Ray c. Goetz even lots in Marshfield. Joseph a. Ball to William Spigt Arcel of land in the town of Rock. Veretta p. Patrykus to Francis Trosinski two lots in Wisconsin Lapiri. Valentine to Sievwert to Robert e. Staples one lot in Wisconsin rapids together with buildings and improve Nants. Freda c. Bole to Henry Urbanek reel of land in the town of grand de vere Gray to w. A. Radke Larcel of land in the town of Sara Oga. Philip Adler corporation to Alfred one lot in Marshfield. Arpi in Al Vanden plop of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the Home of Lis parents or. And mrs. Peter k Anden Ploeg. Or. And mrs Jake Bauer and Fain by of Stratford and de Shipinski of were sunday guests at the Lerman Albrecht Home. Jeiry Strobel left tuesday to spend a few Days at fond do Lac. Or. And mrs. Earl Gardner spent the weekend at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. E. Gardner. Or. And mrs. Matt Peters of a air Dale spent monday at the Leon Ard Rauer Home. Cpl. Reinold Lundin son of or. And mrs. Gust Lundin received Lis discharge and arrived Home Mon Lay. He was in service four and on half years and spent one and Orte Liaf years in the Pacific. His Bro ther Marine pfc. Raymond Lundin is now stationed in North China. Or. And mrs. William bymers spent yesterday at the John bymers Home at Spencer. Or. And mrs. De Scheuneman and daughter. Gail or. And mrs. Fred f Ewellyn and pfc. And mrs. Sheldon Flewellen and daughter Karen were visitors sunday. At the Carl Sweet Home at Babcock. Foo ush to neglect sniffles sneezes of tied cams a bottle of Vicks Vatro nol is mighty Handy to have around the House be cause this double duty nose drops. Quickly relieves Sneezy sniffy. Stuffy distress of head colds. Makes breathing easier. Helps prevent Many colds from developing if used at the first warning sniffle or sneeze. This double duty nose drops should save you much misery. Works Fine i follow directions in the package. Vicks Vatro nol save save knights of Columbus attention All members Are requested to meet at the Kirohn Hunu d Flint nil Home wednesday evening at for prayers for our late brother Mathew h. Schlier. Louis Diebels grand Knight i Rialto theatre Nekoosa Wisconsin list time tonight Sonny Tufts. Veronica Lake in bring on the girls one show at p. M. Coming Robert Young in Tii Osk endearing yol no charms at your service with Quick careful. Courteous and ensured cab service phone 549 6 a. M. To 1 a. M. Joe s cab service 431 13th Street South pure water for poultry on a on a 80 la. Stoker 100 la. Stoker t we must close out these stokers at once to make room for electric appliances coming 4 soon. If interested act Quick Bennett s Home appliances phone 170 first St. N. Big dance at Rozellville Pavilion with Bee be Chloro protect our flock from the cholera and up Honl Loup and cold perms often spread through the drinking Boebe a Chloro to the water actually kills to Moo Wise perms thut s Why of an do t More thorough More certain. Use it for a poultry. Keep a Tuppi of 111 h tikk m n nil ill thursday night november 8 music by roiv1y and his orchestra of Mam Tonyon a Wisconsin admission 73 per person tax inc magic onions 20c Iotte Dassow s Clover farm store Vesper wis

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