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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS QU1CKSOLUTION FOR PROBLEMS Hungarian Rumanian Delegates Meet With Ribbentrop Ciano By EDWIN SBANKE VIENNA an Humaman delegations brought t this capital of old Austria by axi peacemakers communicated th suggestions ot Rome and Berlin So a Transylvanian settlement t their governments Thursday afte separate twohour talks with Ger man and Italian foreign ministers erman spokesmen said fron The Hunirarians Premier Count Pal Teehy and F Minister Count Istvan Casaky and the Rumanians Foreirn Mnbter Mlbil Manoilescu rMh3 S Jiad yet come faWr fourpowe und table to discuss any proposed new frontier They held separate talks with Joachim von Jrop and Count Galazzo Ciano 1 and prelimina of first the Hungarian delegates at the Imperial hotel and later the Rumanians for sepaiate prelim n aiy discussions Long taUis with each tion separately indicated Uiat the axis powers were going very thor ino FAVORS DRAFT OF MEN 21 TO 44 Measure Approved by Senate Would Conscript Those Between 2131 WASHINGTON hous llltnrv ge inclusive much wider ange that that provided f committee acted ly after senate passage on a PaSSage late ncxt Chairman Ulay D Ky said e house committee vote an ing the bill 17 to with four committeemen absent f either voted of Campaign iv uie in me House com on one big poin senateapproved meas It would make all men be rn 21 and 45 subject to reals iatioii and possible service thus widening the age bracket involved some rumblings of house on before bringing the rep resentatives together The conference was reminiscent of the axisarbitrated settlement between Hungary and Czecho slovakia in November 1938 a Vienna whereby the since dis solved CzechoSlovak republic gelded CarpathoUkraine Ruth Ribbcntrop were the axis epre sentatives onthat occasion too Old Belvedere palace was in icadmess for more formal con ferences later on it it is decided lo bring representatives of all lour taabi0nS tosethcr arolind a single A German spokesman said he talks would be conducted in a spirit of comradely cooperation we declined to discuss the possi oiMy that arbitration might be necessary Ao hard and fast program has been laid down said the spokes man but the following objectives were summarized 1Quiet 2 Peace 3 Order Contentment 5 Lasting stability Such a solution is uppermost in the mmas ot Germans and Italians because one spokesman said inese discussions cannot be sep arated from the fact na war is being waged and Germany wants Peace at her back so she mav araw nnnn GARNER BOY HIT BY AUTO Ronaid Halverson 0 Unconscious After Being Struck knocl PH on Knocked unconscious s cr Garner was about 3 oelock Wednesday after occurcd on Hish way No 18 about two m cscist AUard was driving Without interference azi prcss that the fourpower meeting will be ol a period is being 2eiiificliiy HURTATDOWS North Iowa Girl Companion Injured as Car Overturns Arlene Iverson of the crown priri Norueeian parliament TOHYDEPARK Will Be Guest of F R Until Home Is Found tor Duration of War ion othe war IOr trip from Norvvaf 3 0 AstHd r PriTSS s provided a limit of 900000 on number conscripts wh might be servingat any one time mmittee Lote in said tha hl three weeks of stormy and often acrimonious debate Z sen ate gave its approval to conscrip Wednesday night at the close of a tense 9 hour session as Bussed was sub stantially unchanged in sentials from the version ally recommended by the ate military committee One major addition would sive the government the power to con script industry for defense if necessary ty of peacetime con the senate was ex the action of the owo Senators Are on Opposite Sides WASHINGTON two senators were on opposite The end came in the senate conscription forces had eaten off one attempt after an ther to postpone or nullify ihe Uatt provisions of the bill however the conscrio themselves joined nTadd amendments the joint amendment by enators Russell fl Ga and vcrton D La giving the gov inmcnt power to take over in HPflants tor tllc of defense matoiials president would be to direct stit of condemnation pro a3inst any manufac nt whenever cither the ar or the S rexn lne Plant or facility is necessary fo the national defense and U un witl at arteement with the owner ot such plant its use or Arrive at Des Moines DES MOINES UK Wallace accepts the nomination for vice Thursday night in a speech e Pectcd to form the pattern for national campaign statAV and state party leaders arrived early Ceremonies These in rffiL N a Cl airman Edward J Flynn the Missouri and Nebraska nors and national The departments w Representative Marvin Jones D Tex chairman ot the house agri culture committee and stamicii supporter of Wallaces fawn no gram uill deliver the ormtl notificaton of the democratic na tional conventions nomination at Chicago last month After accepting the nomination Wallace wil go into political se clusion at ins home here He will leave Sunday to make a C dav w srchat day He will make a scouting tour I c nomination He said campaign tion Wednesday caused oenator Damiher D Conn to call the chambers at tention to the fact that it had made 24 alterations in the bill mce it began debate Some house members predicted hat the conscript industry pro ision would meet strong opposii ion next week but they laid they nticipated little on another f the final amend r ivalional Coinrnittee Brodorick of Marys C E Broughton of jf rcluriert to his home here Wednesday night and was ereeled by almost lOflft S at the station was CLARION wcre Clarion hospital a And she did w flasned Detectives or the With Using Patriotism m Seeking Members LOK DRIVERS HIRED raus who PC capcd iminjuicd The Dows girl sufferer fai i i i shock and Smith suffered a laceration over tne left eye a possible fracture of When Pipe Line in Oklahoma Explodes BUFFALO Okla Otl men and seriously others onc Perhaps fa tally night o P Mil icr suptriniondont nf booster Of thc ror ih for he bill and Senator Gillette was paired against it O Registered men would subject to call for a y military for in ana 8 per cent to cover guns ammu ment raatcnal and The Adams amendment how ever ran collnter t h oC the administration and defense commission for the suspension Wallace pushed crowd as it through God8 to to th GEN CHARLESJ7GAULLE France Says He Makes Rebels in Colonies PAGE 2 Farm Tours Planned ior Northeast Iowa PAGE 12 Iowa Skeet Shoot to Be in Mason City PAGE 13 10 Persons Are Killed in Berlin Raids NEWATTACKBY NAZIS FOLLOWS NIGHT SORTIES Thousands of High Explosive Incendiary Bombs Are Dropped BULLETIN 200 were from London late Thurs back the Thi any nr hleh SP01 in sprcad aaylisht forays LONDON German a in widespread c lay if ht orays Thursday followed up the r greatest night attack ot the w a and htgh explosive bombs Bought destruction death n T in aP part The renewal of the raids southeast England Wed Uday ttcriioon A little later raiders owns The first report of daylight nr vity Ttursday came nd town and said merely ihat planes had appeared The nichl had shielded count less bombers in their shuUHnr orays over England and I Wales St COilSt ve Official British sources gave account of Wednesday nights ntish air raid on Berlin as giving blows n Uc war with Britain Thursday Berlin residents swept n ind debris from scores of Uacfc were Democrat ham Joh E Senators explained however that it congress approved the pro automaticany would The biff push amend ments to postpone immediate conscription or otherwise nul bills purpose found conscription forces of the Minnpsota Neb askj aiirt South Dakota Alnrr with cose came on a proposal by Senator Hayden D to postpone days while ai to raise the will talk at MURDER HASTINGS al Dakota county convenes na 3ury S BcrJins air raid planes crossed and re crossed the heart of the fly icy dropped thunderin lers Crs chancellery m Carly at areas which Reports from around oil successionand of bombs dropped quickly r Hie nazi bombers staged DIP longest sustained attack orthe wr r ghl at times to a daylight bril i their fire InrhnT Liverpool ThanKss side nther linrhor objectives attackcrl Wednesday night ua Am by a vole of 41 in and y brcfhcd a of relief and proceeded to take othcr amendments in stride Dies From Paralysis M L Strieker hospial He had been industrial Jobs sincKcn a week ago and tne respirator Sunday It was tee who died Auo 10 No newcases were reported Thure respects Hkyde nt and once considerec to 35 lnrcal down 5 The chamber then disposed o Proposal by Senator D a delay conscription for 30 days by a vote of 58 to 26 N Y Gambler Dies tS Me gabbler w Broadway the murder of Arnold disease Wednesday Gir K T sslmmer in Sea JsJ After a lone and ipn sational rial McxManuf wa ac quitted by the general ury which heard the casebu slying of Rothstein in 1928 I remains a mystery Weather FORECAST Thursday nifhl cooler tics weather Wednesday British plillles attacked rcSIdcntial sections of reichs capital the daily communinuc said and inccn and explosive bombs numerous civ and caused damage lo ai apartment houses with attic fires One British plane was brought down ui the attack the high com mand said bringing to 44 ts re Ports of Brilains total losses Wed maternitys l1ShLGel dlesborough and Thameshaven were effectively atackeM y German air force the high com mand said as well as ig ccn Eng Silence Technique LONDON ai7m displayed a new tecli niquc m raids Practically spread the British Isles cuttinir down o lhe attack hour attack which feted any f r o ni darkness to Some sections of the country appaientiy were and 20 bombers 18 A surprise dive attack uay morning made a sea nf of the great naval base at nd a desert full of German news TO ported le plane pi 1 e Britains own force was at bad its craters Rain statis 61 Maximu REPORT OIL STRUCK Koon siouv City con firmed Thursday thcv ha crdmd I a test well on Rov Arn o r farm north of Homer mmollrs and i   

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