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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THI NfWWAKR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 1940 MASON CITY THE MIGHT SPOT PAPER CONSISTS or TWO SECTION ONI NO 228 PROMISE RUMANIA HELP IsKilledin Action by British Airmen Willkies Greet G O P Convention TOKLAYTALK ONACCEPTANCE to Waft Until Demos Conehtde Convention By WILLIAM B ARDERY PHILADELPHIA L Willkie indicated Saturday he would delay until after cratic national convention his fSr malacceptance of the republican presidential nomination WUDtie said he had not de cided the date tbe address in his hesae town of Elwood Ind profcably would speak after the democrats meet in Chicago July 15 adopt their platform and nominate their candidates received newsmen in His hotel attired in a darkred dress ing gownHe said he would spend I a brief vacation resting in an undetermined place I have no other design or pur pose the republican nominee added except to get some sleep WUttie preparing to leave on ayacht trip with by Howard ysdtHsher saM that he had I eral persraal matters to clear his return to New Terk expects to return to New Outlaw to outlaw the coru nd ttfe nazrbuad Saturday bywu of federation of Labor v Gnen msde ttK reeomiaeni ttotfImitate address to the FBI declared the fMrfmliui be barbeen hood wintad by tomnimiiirt or fas and added it shameful that not affiliated with J Labor mesjsttres underhanded at he federal bureau of priMst died tl t Carr pndoMd Smith Jirae If afte Me costvicted robber cnuM eadir IN MASON OTY weather stats ncs At JL ax Satavdar XEAB AGO Minimnm WKKLY FORECAST ChStago ouUook issued simul MKpresident expressed hope thatno loyal aBens would be subjected to harrassment in the course of this program but added somewhat below normal wffl deal wig Mr reproved somst states and communities which have undertaken to deal with abens JndMduaUy system of contniover aaens in ttas country Iron tbe federal gov Jus statement swd root is as true from a prac tical pomt of view as it is Jtrom a legal and jmreQUitionsrt pomt of yww act has jpmvwMiMC ViAflfi flfflj this t ptobleni of jtHcaregistra ttfii coontry it General GauHe calculates that Britain has conctrncted and Otjttt waxnlanes Jnted Professor Detus Surat nd of the French Institute in adon declaredFriday night A representative of General de GauOe leader of the French fight movements said we have was named rriday night by the British gov of an free a the i wort free be added contradisoncticn to Britains recogoltkip of PtuBnoe Mate toe ttsTrvtneh tagtosi PwfcsMy will begin next wesfc IOWA BlttwWliu KAUCtAIRE WB year old Ronald Bietcalf ten of Mr and Mrs Ralph MeteaB of Fert Dodge Iowa drowned in He had been Bill Requiring TOKIO WARNING TO ALL POWERS Oriental Monroe Doctrine Given by Japanese Chief TOKIO Minister Hachiro Arita warned the west ern powers Saturday to make no move which might upset the status quo in East Asia or the South seas and emphasized that the future of these regions is a matter of grave concern to Japan Arita who delivered his Wirninr in a radio broadcast to the empire clearly enunciated an Oriental Monroe doctrine in which he envisaged East Asia uniting uuder a single sphere with Japan as the stabilizing force At the same time the foreign minister declared that Japans conflict with China is a step to ward building a new order in the east founded on a just arid per manent peace and he cautioned foreign nations to keep their hands off We are determined he de clared to leave no stone un turned in order to eradicate all activities assisting Chiang K a i 4he Chinese cen sn Roosevelt sfgned into law Satur daya btfixrequiring registration and fmgffpradiag of ahens UK to desdwifc tbe contoiom and dopli IN WWCTHENT Chicafo Is OaqiedWiA Using CHICAGO Chicago dentist Dr William Mark Mo chow Saturday was under a fed eral grand jury indictment charg ing use of me mads to defraud and rotating the securities and shares in and mtoe in Ore smudentMri nsmmce to sddred a meeting hen I desire be said to dedare that the destiny W these i I mmtmj w any development there or any dis posal is a matter of grave concern to Japan m view of her mission of responsibility as a stab ilmng m East Asia Auta dedned that Japan ex BMth SMM They are destined to ate and minuter tar one anothers needs common wellbeing and prosperity and to promote peace and progress Anta declared The uniting of all these under a single sphere on the bas is of common existence msunnfl thereby the stability of that sphere is I think a natura coo dustott A similar idea Arita recalled existed long ago both HI Europe and America He added The foreign minister said Jap s conflict with China was toinming just and permanent peace on which the Asiatic sphere to which he referred could be built There have been hurts that Japan is planning to establish a protectorate French and British territories C g MAT WOT CONCTO WASHINGTON 4RVStrong in dications were given Saturday that the United States had no intention ot concurring in the Japanese Monroe doctrine for the far east enunciated by Foreign Minister Arfta This government In the past op posed Japans plans for a new order in Ana and ofSeiab indi cated there had been no chans inlte poncy as a result of recent A note to Tobo Dec Si Ittt stanngttjat past and passible fu to the Vested States a TSJM stsilsaunt of PoiscyJt wssssad Satur ad said tbst there tar one pow iwdf v9 PCVKXIM be the astd con a new order i under its and constinite itself tbe repository authonty and the agent of destiny Air Chief Is Victim in Battle Colorful Flyer Had Led Flight to United States in 33 ROME Flalo Balbo governorgeneral of Libya was killed Friday while piloting a plane over Tobruk Libya during an ene my bombardment an official announcement said Saturday The plane crashed in flames killing all aboard Whether the enemy attack referred to was from the sea or air was not immediately disclosed The Italian high command is sued the following special com munique While ttyine over Tobruk durinr an enemy bombardment on June 28 the plane piloted by Italo Balbo crashed in flames Italo Balbo and the members of the crew perished Flags of the armed forces ot Italy are lowered in a sign of homage and high honor to the memory of Italo Balbo Alpine volunteer in the World war one of the qtiadrumviraUs of the MARSHAL ITALO BALBO in action celebrities and some was mentioned as a possible to Massonni as Italys next Jf Mussolini him to Libya however at the height of his popularity Bribes name had beard itse often hi connection 3nth possible fascist succession than that of Count Galeazxo Ciano MiHKohms soninlaw and foreign minister Marshal Balbo In IMS tod historic mass fhght of Itauan to the Hch aa to Shortly afterhsi return to Italy in 1933 be was appointed to the Ubyajr post move interpreted in some quarters designed to re move hisufrom the limelight Balbo and Musaulini first be came fnends when tney tought to gether in the World war in which both won decorations for valor At the to URGES NAZI AGENT PROBE Diplomatic Procedure Violated by FBI German Envoy Claims LOS ANGELES speedy grand jury investigation of Her bert Hoehne 28 a nazi held on a charge of failure to register a a foreign agent is urged by Dr consul ii one of twotottsragiven Hoehne by Capt Fntz Weidemann Ger man consul general at San Fran cisco for delivery to German le gations m Central America The contents of those letters are perfectly innocuous and r de mand that they be made public in order that the American people may understand that Hoehne is an innocent said Dr GyssUng He expressed utmost indigna tion at tbe fact thaffioehne had been held incommunicado for four days Tbe Los Angeles Examiner said it had contacted Captain Weide mann with an otter to publish the letters but that he replied der no circumstances woufi he releasethem Dr Gyssling said he had avail able the required for Hoehnes bail oft thaf he Captain Weidemann and the German em bassy in Washington decided not to post it feeling it desirable that this be brought into the open Msgr shirt Balbo was appotntod a c manderof a fascist military ac squad and when Mnsaofini his famous march on Borne in Oc tober Babo was a leader wBssLfhe atttte revotatktt was cttahlinhfd he was made minister of national economy and general of the black shirt militia In swift succession he was ap pointed to the posts of undersecre tary for an general of tbe air fleet andair minfeter afBghTe Iben came his historic flight with 84 planes and M men from fa November of Balbo was appointed governor of Libya and in January of the W year he to ii i lisa i MM psst In he raeeivod the Charles A Tlisslnshs a gaesta at Tripoli Bstfto and military Africa T F W TO EUCT WILLMAR Muux nesota Veterans of Foreign bring their threeday convention close Saturday with election Sj installatioh of officers BELIEVE CAROL ASSURED OF AID INLAND AND AIR Trouble in Balkans looms as Red March Deeper Into Rumania BUCHAREST Ger many and Italy were said on ligh authority Saturday night to have assured Ru mania that they would pre vent any further red army advances into King Carols angdoni The informants who are close to the palace and cab inet declared that the gov ernments at Rome and Berlin liad promised Rumania even and and air resistance if Russia made further at tempts to overstep the line o f territorial demarcation agreed upon by Carol in ced ing Bessarabia and northern Bucovina to the soviet By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Armed forces of soviet Russia penetrated deeper into Rumania ly passing boundaries Of IDENTIFY BANK ROBING 9 ANfi Escaped With Were Convicts From Iowa BEATRICE Nebr State Shenff George Lang said two Wilber Nebr men kidnaped by three gunmen who robbed the bank of Wilber of about Saturday identified the bandits front pictures as Ivan Sullivan Lowetf Heane and Forrest Estes escaped convKte from tbe For Madison Iowa prison Mt Ed OK hank and M inker faraser tUd to a tree five ssua froat hen saM Beck told the state sheriff the men were waiting for him when be opened the bank Saturday morning and two of them entered the building with nun Kobel en tsred doing the robbery and was forced to accompany tbe men wbintheyteft Witter apparently without being seen asadno trace of the bsot dtti bsd beat discovered were infomed tbe woe armed with a shot or a submachine gun They were driving a coach green m color and sets of Nebraska Iowa and Mis souri license plates Beck and Kohel said the men re sembled fanners in drew and talk nit reobffizatkm of 2000000 Sporadic aecompnued the Basaaa throat thronjh uncertain com rotuucatjons out ot areM jammed with aeldtes said thered army occupying and northern Bucovina nujht have crocsed agreed HmiU in error Semiotfiaal saidthe soviet forces were in two IS and 25 sales west of the riyer Pruth western boundaryof Bes sarabia Great Britain facing a ensu with Japan ordered compulsory removal ot all European women and children from British crown colony States officials wereexpected to follow suit The Italian high said one of submarines hadsunk a 10000ton armed steamer and that some n British planes on the ground were destroyed in an air bombardment on the Xgyptian coast of the Medttc hlssv In Berlin German official cir cles scoffed at tbe idea that any great dislocations were in proi pect for the Balkans but ackaewl edged that Germanys interest was to prevent a spread of war to region whicb a such an aafer Unt source of raw mateiiafa with TASS official soviet newaagen cy and the Moscow radw asserted tbe Bed army troops were re ceived by the populace of the cedtd territories with kisses cheers W flowers Nail ntanes bombarded Britain ay night and Sat rftlHg at the chssaet n of Jersey and Gneoney at   

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