Mason City Globe Gazette, June 27, 1940

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 27, 1940

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1940, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS0 DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HARlON 1ST t IOWA NES I HOME EDITION THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIflHIORS MASON CITY IOWA 27 MASON CITY THE IRIGHT SPOT ivynrci JUNE 27 1940 IAPER CONSISTS OP TWO PEWEY LEADS FIRST BO P BALLOT RUMANIA GIVES UP BESSARABIA TO RED DEM AND Russian Ultimatum Is Acceded to as Soviet Planes Swarm Overhea BUCHAREST Ru manian grand council with Kin Carol presiding has decided to ac cede to a soviet Bussian ultimatum calling for the cession of Bess urabia and the northern jlart o the province ot Bucovina diplo mafic quarters reported Thursda The Berlin radio reported tha Russia also had demanded con trol rights over Constanta Ru manias principal Black sea porl and Tulcea Danube river port The ultimatum which Ihe in formants said was to expire at 10 p m 2 p m C S T was said also to have demanded hat Rumania give Russia railroad bases at Constanta and certain Danube ports Foreign military attaches re ceived reports from the provinces that huge squadrons of Russian warplanes were flying over Bess arabia arid northern Bucovina The ultimatum it was said wa handed to Rumanian Minister Davidescu at Moscow by Premiei Foreign Commissar Molotoff Wed nesday night The first session of the gran council which met at noon ter at pm Then the Huarters draft a formal reply to the soviel ultimatum No declaration wa forthcoming The chief of the Rumanian gen eral staff visited King Carols pal ace for a conference just before the grand council meeting The German and Italian min isters also had talks with Carol and it was reported reli ably they had urged the mon arch on behalf of their eovern ments to accede to the soviet wishes Foreign military observers were informed that heavy concentrations of red army troops tanks and ar tillery were massing along the Dniester river and the former PolishRumanian frontier Bessarabia which was Rus sian before the World war set tlement and Bucovina a former province of AustriaHungary both have large Ukranian popula tions and the Berlin radio re ported Russias demands were for all Rumanian territories chiefly inhabited by Ukrainians T h e Ukrainian homeland with a populalion of about 32000 000 is one of the component re publics ot the Russian soviet union If Russia gets Bessarabia and Bucovina she will haveunited virtually all Ukrainian territory except the CarpathoUkraine 3 small portion of the now dismem bered CzechoSlov a k republic Rumania has nearly I5008M men under arms many of whom have been concentrated in Bes sarabia and Bucovina Foreign diplomatic and mili tary observers Ions have ex pressed belief however hat Kin Carol would be unwilling to at tempt to oppose Russian demands by force They held this view particularly since Germany and Italy author itatively were reported to have consented to Molotoffs demands as the price of Russias pressure to keep Turkey out of the side of the allies and soviet economic aid to the axis powers Report Nazis Massing Ships Facing British LONDON UR Germany ws eporied concen Uating a vast fleet of small ships m nazioccupied ports facing Great Britainarousing intense speculation as to whether the hour was near for Aclolf Hitlers ex Blitzkrieg invasion of tile ritish Isles Reports reaching United SUtrs sources in London said it was indicated that the predicted Ger man attempt to invade Britain was near while British parlia mentary quarters reported that Hitler might make a speech Fri anniversary 0C the signing of the treaty ot Ver the way for general peace negotiations Any such proposal if Hitle speaks would presumably be fo peace on nazi terms and in an event would be met with an un quahiied rejection by the Brjtisl government these sources insisted Thereafter it was believed th axis powers might launch their in vasion attempt As a result considerable im poitance was attached to report that many small ships were con centrating m Germanoccupiei ports in the North sea and else where for a possible invasion o Britain regardless of whether th Oerman fuehrer speaks One report said that hun dreds of small fishing craft re cently had been sent by the Germans to the Norwegian port bUt 35 attempt is ordered Experts pointed out however hat anyattempt to predict wher the expected offensive might oc cur was futile because the Ger nrm strategy probably would be o attempt to weaken British re sistance by a long period of aerial lombardment during which crack roops would be trained in landing maneuvers It was pointed out that one of he German methods in the war n France was repeatedly to hreaten invasion Belgium and lolland and to mass troops on the ow country borders on various occasions so that when the order was given to march it was not possible for the allied military ommanders to know whether the nazis were bluffing Passenger Train and Freight Collide in Sioux City Yards SIOUX CITY gasoline powered engine was badly dam aged and four freight cars were demolished here Wednesday when Chicago North Western railway passenger train and a slowmoving Omaha railroad freight collided in the yards here George Dickson of Huron S Dak the passengers cmzmccr suffered minor shock but no one else was injured ar Catches Paw of Sear Motorists Wont Try to Kill Bruin SPRINGER N Mcx ipringer couple encountered ear in the mountains and gave hase in their car A wheel pinned ne of bruins paws They called Wild Bill Letcher eputy game warden who decided o kill the animal as a menace o lock He hauled out his sixgun The first shot made the bear link The second blew out a tire he third hit the radiator and an ther punctured the gas tank Letcher decided to get his rifle ut the motorists hearts softened hey moved the auto off Bruins aw and lie fled into the timber FINDS BROTHERS BODY HARLAN Gollobi found the body of his brother John H Gollobit 63 in the ma chine shed at the latters farm home near Irwin A shotgun blast nad pierced the larmcrs heart Stiff de mands by Russia granted by Rumania including ceding of Bessarabia LONDON units of French fleet reported assembling at North African ports to continue fight ngainst axis powers German Jombing planes make sixtli extensive raid on Britain in line clays BERLIN German news papers chorus demand for tliousaiwlfoJd r e p r i s a I s Britain for nightly iir raids sending cn oy to tell Hitler oE her views on oriental possessions of ranee Britain and Nether ands HONGKONG F r e ri c h ndoChina military authori ies prepare to repel any in asion as Japanese forces move along IndoChina fron ier OTTAWA Canadian leg1 slators irate over Fords re usa to make plane motors or Britain demand ban on ale of Ford vehicles seizure f Ford Canadian plant Hourly Reports tilings begin to pop on voting at the republican convention in Philadelphia theyll be popped every hour on the hour over KGLO YOUR NEWS STATION See radio column on Page 2 for 5l lnd coverage frcm Philadelphia The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy 10 cloudy local showers or thun derstorms Thursday night or Friday cooler Friday west and northcentral portions MINNESOTA Unsettled showers and local thunder storms Thursday night and probably extreme east carlv Friday slihtly warmer ev treme southeast Thursday nishL cooler Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis Maximum Wednesday Minimum Wednesday nijlit 4s At 8 a m Thursday K3 Rain Wednesday morning Trace YEAR AGO Maximum Sj Minimum DEMAND ENGLISH BE PUNISHED Angry Chorus Heard m Germany for Air Raids by British BERLIN that England be punished a thousand fold for nightly air raids on Cter many swelled to an angry chorus m Berlin newspapers Thursday Piess radio and authorized spokesmen charged the British with bombing killin civilians and damaging nonmili tary objects Caustic comment on British war leadership increased in volume The press asserted British raiders souffht out communities which lack defenses because are not military objectives In one night the newspapers said 371 bombs foil ii German soil killing is civilians and wounding 41 in western communi ties including Duisburg Rhynern Ahlen Olde Stadtlohn and Stcr crade ONE official German news jencj also reported 200 bombs lell m Holder Germanheld Dutch naval base the night of June 2t Giving the Dutch newspaper Telegraaf as its authority DNB said most of the bombs dropped on nonmilitary objectives and tlmt here were 36 dead and 22 wound ed civilians The German short wave ncxvs commentator declared EnRand is tcnPs Kfl in touch with the for axis powers presumably peace negotiations TOUILCS in Lon don described this broadcast a positive rubbish and absolute rot and stated no nuch move has been or will be German quarters reported a number ot British boats attempt ing to approach the Germanheld Drench coast in a ridiculous un dertaking had been driven off The British said naval and military raiding parties landed ai Undisclosed points on the enemy coastline Tuesday and came away with much useful informa Man Trying to Lead Stubborn Cow Is Run Over by Automobile SHREVEPORT La L Richardsons cow sat down comfortably in a ditch while ht was leading her down the street Richardson 70 tugged nt the rope around the cows neck but was unable to change her mind 01 position Then he gave a mighty jerk The rope broke Richardson fell backward into the street An auto mobile ran over him He wa treated at n hospital for chest in juries Discuss Moving Tabor College to Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS are under discussion for moving Tabor college now located at Tabor o Council Bluffs Clark W Howard the institutions dcnt disclosed Lnsl year llic col lege had an enrollment of 11 I Marshall and Spangler No Longer on Speaking Terms Cedar Rapids Editor Charges Chairman Working for Taft BV W EARL HALL UlobeGazette Manapine Editor HALL PHILA lowans in this friends and are Verne Marshall and Harrison Spnnler of Cedar Rapids Marshall is the militant editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette and Spangler is national committee man and chairman of the Iowa delegation van MacNider has been working tooth and tocnail for Senator Taft ot Ohio His charge was contained in a front page story in the Cedar Rac ids Gazette Spangler denies lhat he has in any sense double crossed the Iowa delegates that lo the contrary he has been working his hardest lo advance Ihc MacNider candidacy The two neighbors engaged hi a hot argument in the sec tion of Convention hall Wednes day mcht Thursday they were I ion ns to Ihc merils rf the quarrel I divided among Ihc Hawkcye MACNIDER GETS 34 VOTES WITH OPENING COUNT Taft Second in List With 189 Wiile Willkie Gets 105 BULLETIN CONVENTION HALL PHILA DELPHIA h o m a s E Dewey of New York led the first ballot of the 1940 republican na tional convention with 360 votes but failed to obtain the majority necessary for presidential nomina tion A second roll call was ex pected immediately The unofficial count at the end of the first ballot was Dewey 360 Taft 189 Willkie lOa Vandenberg 75 Gannett 33 Hoover 17 Bridges 28 MacNider 34 McNary 13 Martin 44 Capper 18 Bushfield 9 James 74 BULLETIN PHILADELPHIA UR The fiist ballot of the republican na tional convention Thursday fol lows 7 Taft 6 6 7 Dewev Willkie 2 Gannett 1 7 Taft 7 S Willkie MacNider 2 McNary 2 Hoover Martin 3 Bridges 2 1 Tail 4 Soover 2 Bddges 16 i Willkie 1 McNary Martin 1 6 Taft 7 Vaii Miberg i Gannett 1 James 2 Georgia delegate requested poil of delegation On the second poll Georgia 7 Taft Gannett 3 Hoover 1 8 4 Willkie 4 Evenings Balloting Provided For CONVENTION HALL PHILA DELPHIA republican national convention recessed until p m CST when two ballots will be taken Chairman Joseph W Martin Jr decided Thursday Af ter the two ballots a dinner recess will be taken and balloting will then resume Word that Herbert Hoovci wanted to measure his own strength before making anv com mitments on the republican pres idential nomination circulated inursday among convention dele gates Only that bulletins can deter mine the strength of the formei president whose name was not formally placed before the con and Disclose how fai Wendell Willkie has pierced the delegate defenses of Senator Rob ert A Taft of Ohio Senator Ar thur H Vandenberg of Michigan and Thomas E Dewey of New York The first ballots were ex pected to tell whether other can didates with the apparent sup Port of Hoover had been able to nan down their delegations tighlly enough to withstand he push of Nominating Senator H Stylos Bridges of New Hampshire Rep resentative Foster Stearns of that state told the delegates his can didate was a ma nof determina spunk and ability Judge ham A Ekwall called for the nomination of Senator Charles L Talt 2 7 Taft 7 Willkie 9 Vandenberg 3 Bridges 18 12 Taft 8 Vandenberg 2 S Taft 5 MacNider 2 13 16 1 Mar tin 33 Jlj McNary of Oregon the majority leader of the senate saying If you want a man who will surround himself with the very best cabinet members and advis ers available and find a wealth of such material within the ranks 01 Ins own party if you want a nan who is best able to cement the tremendous farm suuport of this country so vitally essential to a republican victory in November then the slate of Oregon offers you her most distinguished native Unza McNary V X tf Delegates became as the speechmaking droned on into he afternoon They roamed about the hall Some made speeches of their own lo knots flf their delegates A steady hum of conversation countered the pounding of words from the microphones The hall was silent when South RAPIDS EDITOR URGESSUPPORT FOR LOCAL MAN Former Governor of California Also Is Booster for MacNider By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor PHILADELPHIA must change horses not be fore we reach the middle of the stream but before we reach the middle of rwo oceans as slaves of a state gone mad were ringing 38 Taft 3 Niderl VandcnbcrS Macj Harlan J Bushfield of South u Dakota was called Miss Gladys Pyle of Huron came to the stand Aider Mississippi Dewey 3 Taft B Missouri Dewey u Taft 3 Willkie 6 Vandenberg 4 Gnnneil 1 James 1 Bushfield 1 Hoovei 1 Martin 2 8 14 1 Willkic 2 Van denberg 1 Bridges 1 New Hampshire Bridges 7 Hoover 1 20 Willkie Now 61 WiUkie Vandenberg 1 Gannett 17 Hoover 4 Martin North 9 Taft Willkie 2 Vandenberg North Tafl 1 Villkie 1 Vandenberg Mac Nidcr 2 52 22 70 Dewey Rhode 1 Tifi Villkie 3 Vandenberg South 10 South 8 8 Taft 3 ilfcie 2 Vandenberg 2 James i lacNider 2 20 2 Taft 2 Vanden 2 Willkie 1 CamieU 1 i Tifl i Willkie 3 MacNider 1Martin 1 2 Taft 9 Will k13 vandcnbcrg 1 Bridges 1 13 Tafl 3 8 Taft Dakota The hall became noisv as spulte Lunch had been ion she de tIT T d harmony that lowans here j 3 1 Willkir Puerto 1 Taft I fcrrctl and hungry dclegnlcswire filing out for hot dogs and sand wiches My candidate has determina tion ami is not afraid of opposi tion Miss Pyle said Do you want a candidate who would rid America of the influences that are undermining our government Governor Bushfield would do that Handclapping greeted her ad dress There was no seconding speech ami the convention re cessed until p m C3T The extent lo which tlie riv alry reached was demonstrated by an arffurooil over whether Willkic hackers had packed the Kallerics Wednesday nijriil m orilcr lo stir up enthusiasm for their candidate Senator Taft told reporters that holders of tOOO tickets issued by Samuel Pryor of Connecticut chairman of the arrangements committee had been instructed to cheer when Representative Charles Halleck of Indiana nom inated Willkic Pryor called the statement ridic ulous asking Where could 1 find per sons Am responsible for the ini I words which swept out over the republican national con vention here Thursday morn ing from the forceful mind and voice of Verne Marshall Cecfer Rapids editor nominat ing Hanford MacNider Ma son City for the republican candidacy for the presidency His Is a record beyond chal lenge or comparison if what sou want in your leader is sound experience and training for leadership Marshall con tinued The cobwebs gathering oil our democratic way of life and the spiders who weave them will be swept out of Washington if you send him there to do the job He wields a resistless broom against incompetance greed and jraft Marshallsetout the full quail ncations of the lowan outstand ing industrialist farmer states man and soldier He said Mac Nider was a man who had been a republican from his firsl vole for whom no apology explanation or alibi is needed one who would unite the people in dynamic dem onstiattou of national solidarity under n safe sane and solvent administration f He too lias seen war he loo hates war His experience was where men died Knowing war he comprehends all that it involves especially in preparation that avoids war to the last possible moment of peace with honor and independence No group can be more effective in its fight for our democracys preservation than that constituted of the men who went to war in 1917 and 1918 There is 4000000 of them No man oulcd galvanize them into im mediate action as readily as MacNider This tempestuous runaway to ward national ruin and dictator ship under Ihe Roosevelt lash must be stopped immediately be fore those who planned it lhat way drag us down he last mile of our bloodlers revolution We were warned almost seven years ago by Dr We were inl different then We are awake today and on guard The task awaiting us can not be delayed It must be done now not next November Each days headlines warn us of the drift into catastrophe Without un beatable leadership and strategy the attack would be futile Millions of Americans seeinz their countrys danger will enlist in service for the duration ot this battle against totalitarianism if Hanford MacNider dirccls il Former Gov Frank P Menjam of aliforniaonce resident Hop kinton Iowa Mrs Fred Mann Devils Lake N Dak ind Sher man Grmdslaff Tennessee sec onded Marshalls nomination of he lowan which was followed by he Corn Song and a demonstra tion Governor Men iam d c c 1 a r R tt MacNider possesses the qualities and specifications necessary in the man who must head this govern ment in the four crucial years The Willkic nominalins speech was interrupted time and again with boos which were quickly drowned by applause In the demonstration that followed several fifrhls broke out when delegates Iricd lo wave state slanriarrts All this was preceded bv nom the World war he contin ued He knows and hates war He believes in making thr United Slates so strong no ag gressor will altack it He knows agriculture as a farmer knows labor as a sympathetic employer lie knows business as a successful industrialist Mrs Mann said hal motlier of America should have n chance lo vole Cor a man who knows what mating speeches and parades for i Tan Dcwcy and Frank i ho las sons and lofNcw Vork in a wc no business in the proRrnm which the party oi ManVirter as Itcrs voter Ia r mer a statesmen a man a diplomat an executive am ;

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