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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                                w D NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THI THAI MAKES ALL NMTH IOWAN5 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY TUNE 7 MASON CITY THE RIGHT SPOT at OtOE 2QQ ALLIES STALL GERMAN JUGGERNAUT Portant Nazi Tank Advanc Back Mac Nider Bid m REAMERICANIZE MACNIDER IRGES OVER AIR G 0 P Presidential Candidate From Mason City Talks to Nation CHICAGO must re Americanize America Hanfoi MacNider Iowas favorite sbi prospect for the republican pies ctential nomination told a rati audience Thursday night In a broadcast CBS the Mason City Iowa banker added that the greatest contribution Americans could make to world peace would be lo prove that in a nation where human liberties exist there is no need to use the bayonet the bomb or the concentration camp MacNider who has held th nosts of assistant secretary o States minister t commande JVlCTORIan Legion told can didate of Iowa republicans for the presidential nomination will speak over the NBC Bloc network from the Hotel Sav ery here June 12 Announcement of the broad cast was made Friday by Irving W Myers president of the Young Republican League of Iowa The occasion will be a dinner in honor or the Mason City man listeners that he was not accusini any man let alone the presiden of the United States of wanting to take America into war He con tinued But I do say this That his administration like the Wilson administration of which it is the he apparently has long harborea the illusion that it can cure the ills of a troubled world Our first job is to cure a trou bled United States We have our own house to put in order We cannot have a sound na tional defense with our credit im paired and a constantly increas ing national debt We cannot have it with a people divided among themselves by campaigns to set up an ugly unAmerican class con sciouyness We cannot have it bi coddling and wet nursing sub versive and destructive element which like the treacherous fifth columns abroad might well break down our effort and our faith We cannot have it by the vicious pursuit of American business and industry through punitive taxation and discouragement We must r eA m e r i c a n i z America It is time that it is done MacNider said that three busi nossmen appointed by the presi dent to the commission to advise We council national defense were outnumbered and outvoted in advance by four Boosevclt in timates None is fitted by any experi ence of which we kow he said to advise a cabinet equally un fitted at least in background or known accomplishment to direct such gigantic national en deavor We can but hope for the best xxx until we can express ourselves at the polls 6 lowans to Receive Diplomas Wednesday From Marquette U MILWAUKEE WSix lowans will be graduated at Marquette university next Wednesday night I hey are John Bormann of Cedar Rapids of Fort Dodge bachelor of philoso phy James L Evans of Marcus bachelor of science in business adMlni mtrcinrr i fff Mason Cityan Given Support of Nebraskans By CLIFF SANDAHt LINCOLN cx service men in Nebraska have per fected an organization to boost the candidacy of Iowas dark horse Presidential aspirant Hanford MacNider of Mason City it was disclosed here Friday Earl Cline Lincoln and Sam Reynolds Omaha are cochair men and congressionaldistrict leaders hive been selected to aid the former National American commander Unlike the Nebraska campaign being staged for Wendell Willkie New York utility executive peti tions are not in circulation in MacNiders behalf The strategy of the MacNider movement is to sell the Iowa candidate to the rank and file of the republican party and then have the latter impress upon the states 14 national convention dele gates to turn to him m event of a deadlock atPhiladelphia Emphasis is beta placed on MacNiders experiences in the World war bis service as assist ant secretary of war In the aABtabtretto nd bis terta Canada dnrtnjr the aAnlnistratioii MacNider is especiallyiiuaii fied in view of the issues now confronting the country due to the European war Cline said He knows what war is from personal experience As assistant secretary of war lie began the work in connection with the mobilization of industry and resources He is a farmer from the middle west and we feel tha he would make a candidate who would lead the republican party to victory and keep the United States out of war We recognize that the prefer ential primary imposed an obli gation upon the Nebraska dele sates to the republican national convention and we are not ask f delegate to violate any obligation Thomas E Dewey New York was the April 9 primary choice However it may be necessary o select some other candidate than hose now prominently men loned Edward EClive 56 Veteran Stage and Screen Actor Dies HOLLYWOOD UR Edward Give 56 veteran British stage nd screen actor died at his home Inursday apparently of a hearl eizure He was famous for his ortrayals of English ers cockney characters judges nd menabouttown Clive was born in Monmoutli lure Wales appeared in British tage productions notable among vhich were The White Heather nd and came to in 1912 lie performed nany years on the New York stage Before coming to Hollywood He is survived by his widow and ne son David The Weather FORECAST IOWA Unsettled Friday night showers extreme south cooler partly cloudy Saturday with moderate temperature MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday cooler central and east portions Friday night somewhat warmer Saturday central am west por ion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures ir 24 hour period ending at 8 a Friday Maximum Thursday Minimum in nursing education M Walker of Avoca bachelor of laws nnd William F Hayden or u lUHximum engineering3 mcchanical Minimum rrccipitation t p YEAR AGO Maximum 63 73 14G US TO BARTER FARM SUPPLIES FOR WAR NEEDS Government Reported Shaping Up Plans to Acquire War Materials WASHINGTON K The ad ministration it was disclosed Fri day has shaped plans for acquir ing such critical war materialsas rubber and tii through virtual barier of surplus American farm products Senator Wagner D N y said Jesse Jones federal loan administrator had told him that if congress approves the recon struction finance corporation would use raw or manufactured agricultural products to pay al mosUwholly for reserve defense supplies purchased abroad Wagner cited a letter from Jones in reply to republican con tenbons that a pending bill might cloak the extension of credits to belligerent nations in actual if not technical contravention of tiie Johnson act The latter act bans credits to defaulting debtors The legislation would let the KFC set up a corporation author ized to purchase strategic war ma terials and pay in advance of their delivery The corporation could require jbat whenever chase American farm Senaror Townsend R Del said it appeared to him that this provision contained a loouhole by which Great Britain for in stance might be able to obtain needed cash immediately for the purchase of war equipment here by contracting to deliver rubber or tin at a later date That might be a wise tiling to am not passing judgment on that Townsend said but 1 doubt the wisdom of granting such broad power to a corporation set up by the government If it is to be done congress ought to know about it Wagner said it was his under standing however that the bar ter method was to be employed as much as possible in order to channel surplus farm products mto markets which largely have been closed bythe European war Administration farm officials also are broadening plans de signed to Increase domestic con sumption of products which normally would be sold abroad Under the agriculture depart ment appropriation bill pending in congress the government would have about 8183000000 to spend for disposal of farm surpluses HAILESAUSSIE BACK TO WARS es Scene May Be Repeated Here application Friday noon fol nolol M learning the trick colleges throughout the United Statei during Use an year dentlcal hat offered at fouryear Rome Reports Former Emperor of Ethiopia Leading 8000 Troops ROME Ital an sources said Friday that Hailc Selassie former emperor o Ethi opia may be leading 8000 troops his former army along the frontier It was to a private pilots license The course would be open to students included in the 18 to 26 year oldgroup who have com pleted a minimum of one years study at Mason City junior col lege or an institution of similar learning A minimum of 15 students must make application and be approved for flight training passing fcd elairred thatItaly and Britain were mossing soldiers in the east African danger 70110 and that minor border incidents already lad occurred Italian sources said that If the Ncjrus was not leading his forces in person they were be ing commanded by one of his former lieutenants at he head of Ethiopians who fought lUlv in 1935 and 1S36 One report said that the Ethi pians were concentrating in the Fort Harrington region near Mo yale Italian reports from Ethiopia said that Haile Selassie an exile n he Iled Ethiopia n 1936 some time ago left Eng and unnoticed and went to the iudan area adjoining Ethiopia Then it was said when it was naicated that Italy might abandon icr nonbelligerency policy the fegus went to Kenya to gather his former about him I Italian reports said that the Ne might have entrusted cum mand of his troops to one of hjx lieutenants so hat he could rc llR r report on the military situation 1 JAYSEEASKS LOCAL GLASS Regional Officials Stop at Mason City to Explain Program Mason City school district di gave unanimous approval Friday noon to an application for summer civilian air training in behalf of Mason City junior col cge The training program o be opened within the next 10 days if the application is approved would be identical to the civil ian pilot training courses offered during the regular scho lastic year at fouryear col leges throughout the United States Included in the program would oe a 12hour ground school op erated to coincide with actual flight training at a local airport Students completing such a course are qualified Tor written and flight examinations leading In n eral physical examinations be fore the course can be instituted at the local junior college Applications will be taken starting at once by James Rae principal of the local high school and director of Mason City junior college itwas an nounced Friday Physical examination cost must be advanced by each studentas 12 makes his application but would be refunded by the junior college if the applicant was ac cepted for flight training Government funds would be supplied the junior college on a basis of for each student The junior college would be required to refund the physical examina tion fee to all applicants approved for training and to purchase an insurance policy for each student who enters the course The balance of funds avail able would be used to pay sal aries of a ground school instruc tion staff and to provide and maintain classroom space The program was explained to schoolmen Thursday evenin by two Kansas City Mo represen tatives the Civil Aeronautics j authority Whofever you plan to do this summer take trips or stay at home youll need a lot of sum mer things Buy them during Mason City Days and you will save money This summertime sales event continues until the stores close Saturday nfght June 8 Several members of the Mason City faculty could be qualified as ground school instructors it was announced at the directors meet ing Ground school instruction would include courses In aviation his tory flight theory power plant operation and mechanics naviga tion and meteorology If approval for the local ap plication is granted schoolmen JJ sl10 contract with the Civil Aeronautics authority at an early date I A separate contract would be negotiated between a local flight instructor and the authority providing payment from govern ment funds for actual airwork Equipment used in flight training be provided by the in structor under such a contract Liability insurance would also be provided by the government utnds Lightning Hits Envoys Plane Cripps Unhurt LONDON ypjReulers Brit ish news agency reported Friday night from Bucharest that Sir Stafford Cripps the new British ambassador enroute to Russia escaped injury Monday night when a bolt of lightning struck Ihe airplane in which he was flying nearSalonica The plane arrived later at Bucharest I AM DEAD PITTSBURG Cal boys in the backroom held a threehour wake for Extavern Keeper Chet FcifM Then some one asked the cause of Feiehfs death They called the Feight resi dence in Berkeley JiH Mr Feighl meet his death You mean I am dead asked an astonished Feight The boys in the backroom went home vaders Danger Spots ITALItfTSHIPS ORDERED INTO NEUTRAL PORTS in Tank Trap Battle Seen By DEWITT MACKENZIE Associated press Analyst Allied Generalissimo Weygands tanktrap battleline was reported as holding firmly against renewed German attacks Friday morning but it had developed two danger spots progress on both flanks of the offensive sector which I draw your special at tention It should be noted that while crafty old Weygand thus far has held the enemy successes to low rear in this battle of France the German army isnt yet in full cry Hitler has a lot of power in reserve to throw into the drive The allies certainly will be wading up to their necks in sweat and blood before they get relief from the pressure of the nazi war machine Now as to those danger points One of these developed where the French left flankrested on the coast by the mouth of the Somme close to Abbeville The Germans made a furious assault on the allies extreme wmg by the sea and managed in the face of fierce resistance lo drive down the coast seventeen miles The second heavy German as sault was made in the zone ofthe Aisne river and carried the in vaders to the famous Chemin DCS Dames This is a voad running along the crest of the hills east to Soissons VT The Ciiemin Des Dames is 60 miles north of Paris and is one of the bulwarks of the capitals de fenses This ridge was the scene of some of the heaviest fighting of the World war In this attack we have an ex ample of the workinr of Wey Kands depth defenses which I described Thursday When the German avalanche roared down towards the French front the line ivas opened by the French and the nazi mechanized forces and tanks were allowed to rush through Thursday night after the Ger mans had slackened the French counterattacked The purpose of the drive on the coast is not only to capture the important port of Le Havre and so erect a further barrier between France and England but to turn the allied left flank and swine toward Paris At the same time Ihe attack at the Chemin Des Dames is calculated to cut the French line The allied line has been an chored on the coast If the Ger mans could turn that flank and at the same lime could create a new allied flank on the Aisne by cutting the line the allies be tween the sea and the Aisne ob viously would be without any anchor andwould be floating out in the open We then should have another position such as existed in the German High Command Claims Inroads Made Into Weygand Line BULLETIN PARIS UP The French high command re ported Friday that German forces attempted lo cross the Aisne cast of Soissons and those forces reaching the south hank were an nihilated By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The German juggernaut appeared at least temporarily stalled Friday night as can Honetjuipped allied planes blasted the allimportant ad vances of Germaii tanks and Paris reported the Weygand line was holding firmly in the three day old battle for the French capital Even Germans at accustomed to frequent de tailed communiques telling of successes in the nazi con quest of Holland and Bel waited in vain for news A terse German high com mand communique said oulv that the fighting was pro ceeding on schedule and that inroads had been made in the Weygand line Paris reported that the en tire area just north of the capital between the Somme Aisnc battlefront and the Seine river has been sown with antitank defense nests such as have wreaked havoc with the German onslaught so far Nazi warplanes swarmed over France in a new scries of raids during the day the German high command said attacking Cherbourg harbor and several air dromes in eastern France Meanwhile an ominous hint of Italy s imminent entrance into the European conflict came when ho Italian line in New York reported tftnt all llnlian ships on the high was have been ordered into neu tralports The order canceled nil sailings Tiie French said that the 200 mile front was being held firmly against the German onslaught and Germans Claim French Line Is Dented JWANTSUSTO SELL OLD ARMS WASHINGTON WPresidcnt Koosevslt disclosed Friday that he was asking congress for legis lation which would permit the government lo trade in old types of guns and thereby complete tiie ffoveinmciHs pmvcr o urn back o manufacturers all kinds of sur plus equipment ENGLAND HASTINGS BELGIUM WAMCB   

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