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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1940, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT AND UNITED PRESS run T fVE CENTS A COfV LEASED WIRES Hurt as 1 050 BnmA n A Mano X PRIMARIES OF IOWAMDICATED Republican Demo Gubernatorial Races Hold State Interest its attention away from davnfhand MoT day to the task ol selecting repub ican and democratic nominees the biennial state pnmary div0mn0ened at 7 f nTTf cities id 8 o clock elsewhere The clos ing hour everywhere is 3 oclock Monday njglit nutn Slues were clear over the stale Monday wUil temperatures eight degrees above normal Some ob KGLO fo Cover Primary Results UK reurns from B15 o clock Monday eveninr Tuesday more f will continue Hie roundup at oclock Tuesday morning eo Maps Support for MacNider I Nm Dm 8 nil Nurd IrlilnWlIilttn lrkJ 10 Tilerit NAZIS DECURE 330000 ALLIES HELD PRISONER Claim Capture of Many in Destructive Battle of Flanders Fh L o t lePbig of Arlos and Was Monday high command Its Buildings Wrecked and Set Afire in Mass Air Attacks By JOHN LLOYD eP Although the meeting of the elegatcn was not open hi Verne Mar I view Hwt if Jewell K Valentine of G AH live aspirants to the I raorship said they expected in receive election returns home I Ccrro vLiro uorcio shcrirr race in to a maximum of 400000 Harrison E Spangler Mondays races decided state atonal committeeman and dele ticket nominations from T n said thnt thi VOTE LH5HT IN PRIMARY HERE Sheriff and Governor Races Only Ones to Stir Interest The Weather FORECAST Last Lou Mallory Luke Are Held the Flanders trap was ra Ported by the hifih command Uul knowIcdged that nazi forces weie being slowed down by allied rearguard resistance indjcated that northern France still was the battlefield although naxl armies prepared for a new smSh the west which Informed sad misht be launched anywhere between Nonvav and the Swiss border Wo rest for the enemy was the German watchur0rd wastlie the command admitted that the alhed rearguard still held HAMPTON Lukes own verse Mallory reference was f hm to her for beauty and to her un beBef that GoJSd s plan was inherent in 11 paM Mr paid to her poetic W City Mrs Heinle Sat Saylor Ruby BelirenrfQ d Mason R Beebc and portT frnmDihhe EnSliEh channel pun irom the couth Ot announced Mon bombs Four schools in Paris and tour more in the suburbs were bombed causing casualties it was announced officially t ifteen bombs were said to havn crashed into one school a1 a temporary hospital k nurses nt was consid effective much cooler Tu west west Monday BARBOURlMED BOYS GOVERNOR Mason Cityan Elected Chief Executive of Hawkeye State Camp at s as S ou Mos11 oul man said By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS warplanes numbers bomb heart of French up the communique Germans hammering at Dun 11 reported two dcstro freighter sunk and a destroyers and 10 me shiBs damaMd by Sunday on Diinkerque t successive day t taid German air raids e Bhts 10 by Lttn itr evacuation of oops there ficulr 330000 British rs reporfed nari high capture of British said Unofficial reports said hr nlf 1 Planes took part in the masi al lack on Paris and its The n m b e r of of thecapital where heavy dam age was inflicted hJhC PPMied o have atAY repllsal raid Allowing na attacks on southern France Sat Many buildings were wr stancd ai s of B F 69 German IN MASON CITY weather stalls Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night am Monday At p m Monday YEAH AGO Maximum Minimum Rain The figures for Sunday Maximum Saturday Minimum in night A 8 a m Sunday S5 50 J03 R4 fi1 74 11 wy cu over weekend ke One of those who narrowly r i unn urged to leave for Bulliti at uc docs no which Mosl of the uasualties it was indicated in ijsi reporis and in llle districts and sium sections ot the city Several bombs fell ona i ariy mportanl building in Parh but censorship temporarily a iGaST hntlnnxl 4 J L n sclvicc Icld of the sferviccsin room where forenoon Ms Luke tai attack She British Make Huge Canadian chasc r 5DDOO000 buhcis boird 1C Canadian theal 700 TifVh cou pects ln weekend drfve VATICAN CITYp0ne Pius XII scores belligerents treatment of noncombotonL cVGerman1 egation alleges British agents seek to organize sabotage op in Mexico Panama hour COnHnued for an wPDUoin9fhe raid Precinct l2w 1936 275 13G 316 135 230 Io8 205 122 1938 410 262 630 44G 401 401 476 486 1940 ISO 128 310 13S I I3G 131 126 S SI or falling bombs Three apartment houses hnr Hansen editor Pounds of miKincudSnr mennonea anrf s 1603 3514 1437 Reporter and the contest which Out of riciH weigher and Banker Cov official timekeeper A coin was flipped for choice AjJson CiSty quartel Hanscn tor his victoii The planes came im
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