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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                                rf A V5 ST J tf 5 MARLON fi HIST MEW OEPT OF IOWA COMP MOlNtS lA NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THI NEWSPAFIR THAT ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VOLXLVI ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS fULL LEASED WIRES CENTS A COPV MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1940 NO 284 F R LAUDS ACHIEVEMENTS OF TV A Germansll GUARDS CAROL PALACE AXIS LEGATIONS Cryof Death to Traitors Heard After Transylvania Splitup BUCHAREST VP Semioffi cial German sources angered by continuing antiaxis demonstra tions declated Monday that Gei man tioops would occupy all Ru mania if the nationwide agitation is not checked The Rumanian government struggled to qiiclt angry demon strations asalnst last weeks axisdictated arbitration which where Pictured above is tne demolished car in which C Potter 19 of Mason City was Instantly killed when It collided with a semi trailer truck in a dense fog five miles north of Algona early Sunday Llclaicu aroiirauau vvmm j trailer IIUVK jji jwe save northern Transylvania toJ mornlns The arrow points lo the truck in the Pottery Hungary 1 Caxol s palace public BOY SERIOUSLY HURT IN WRECK King buildings and the Geiman and Italian legations icmained under heavy guard as the ciy death to ttaitots echoed thioughout the kingctom t ALGONAjWoid was iceeuedf ovei vehement protests of Gci heie Monday that Fianu Ka1 man olficials particulaily havejcwski 9 injuied in an automobile aroused nazi ire Further arrests prominent British Pound at Axis Foes With Renewed Air Intensity Germans Claim Nazi Flyers Heavily Bombed Southeast England pciaons regarded as icsponsible about20 miles north oti By ASSOCIATED PRESS Carroll near1 ScrantonSunday BntWri RAF bombers pounded lot1 Sundays outbuists weje was in uitical condition both axis foes with lenewed in ported and many others weie un Kajeswskt one of an Algona paity der detention at then Homes Boys Town Nebi tor prevent them from ne W demon strations organizing Tiansylvania leadeis nevertlie leis issued a call lor a mdss meet next said hundreds ofthousands would assemble there to voice a united protest The newspaper Universal whose editor was jailed Sunday for leadinjr a demonstration defied government censorship by publishing five columns of news on the Sunday disturb ances and declared that Ku mauia never will forget what was done at Vienna Scenes of disoidei which began Sunday and continued thiough the night i cached a new visit at Father Flanagans famous home for boys suffered inter nal injuries a badly cut cheekbone and He was stli unconsciousMonday Father R Sweeney ot St Ce cilias parish driver of the car sulfeied an almost seveied eai He vv as m semiconscious condi tion Monday Robert Holtzbauei lit sutfererf cuts and bruises and severe head wounds IllsJathci Andy suffered broken ribs cuts and biuisei Goidon Winkel 12 suffcicd sevcie head wounds tutd Paul Wcbe suifcied badly buincdj hands when while pinned nuclei the cai he giaspcd hdld of the haust pine All but Weisc wcio thiown fiom the cat by the impact j ot the collision Tlie Winkel boy son of KosssUth tensity Monday bombing Geimin longiange gun bases from Cape Gris Nez to Boulogne In nail occupied France touching off a 41rrunute air raid alarm m Bet lin and once v mole attatking noithein Italys mdustiial region Along with these faiianging toLays the RAFs home defense fighteis bvokcup a of SO Gcimah daylight taideis thrusting ht heTLondon area at breakfast time tf v Later about 240 riayl planes thundered across thesoutheast coast in four waves but again the RAF wept up to scatter the raidersin fierce counterattacks Mason City in First White Child to Live Here Will Be Buried Tuesday SEE STORY OX PAGE 10 Mis C P Shiplpy who ctnne heie with her Mr and Mia John L McMillnv ip the spring of 1851 as the first white child in MasotiCHy passed Sunday moinmg it her home 304 Washington avenue noithwest Mrs Shipley chlisfcriod Mar gaiet was bom at Ttockfovd 111 and would have leached hoi 87th buthday on Nov 21 Hri Idit dlncbi began on June 22 when she was taken to a hu companion Arnold Lavin suffered a brain concussion and is in the I Last Monday at her uigent Kossiith coimtv hospital at Aleona Both youtli were from the CCC she to hei camp al Bancrbft home For 48 hours befoie her death 6hp vvas in a coma Her two sf childi on John C Shipley and MisJulia Potts were atheibed side Mis Shipley is also suivived by two giandions John ll Dav id Shipley Mason Cilv and by one bistei Mis J Kcmva hnlra Foil Wayne Ind The body been lemovedtol the Palteison f uncial Jiomc wheie it will lie in sjale until j 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon w hen I it will be taken lo the Methodist services j Funeial beivices will be held i tit oclocl Tuetday af lei noon in the Fnbt Methodist church with whichshe has been affih the RAF can be I at tnvaion if ocked out Thec factots were noted 1 Hit lei now has left than tluee i weeks of good weather lett be foie Sept 22 biingb the stait of equinoctial 2 Monday maiks the sUituf a B day peuod of high able foi ciosschannel troop land ings from shallow draft boatx 3 New Genvian flying tactic have been intfoduced Dispei sion Iaids with far heavier of fighting plane aimccj at smashing the BAF s defense forces POTTER LOCAL YOOTH KILLED IN AUTO WRECK Headon Collision of Car and Truck Thought Due to Fog Glenn C Pottev 19 son FR CALLS OUT 1ST OF GUARDS POWER SHARE llf TOTAL DEFENSE Says New Deal Will Extend Philosophy qf Public Development nllCKAMAUGA DAM Tenn lioosevclt Ihtutmgat he ulihty backgioundof icpubtican opponent Wendell L Wilikie piomiied MoiidayMhat he new deal would imptove and extend itphilosophy ot public de velopment ot national icsouices is lepiesented by the Tennesee Valley Authoufy The occasion was the celpbiation ot 1he completion ot the tjflf Chitknmauga dam acios the i ivei wJitch he dedicat ed ta the total rietrnp of thp United Statent Amenta His The president nlaised the democratic processes by which HIP TVA project was planned and splen did chances Juvr not come bv asserted that it was a demonstration of what a dcmncracS at work can do of a people uniting in A war against waste and inserimtv Years Active Uuty Ordeied Iowa Units Not in Initial Call iiled since babyhood Rev WASHINGTON I William Galbieth and Doctor C guiid mobilization IE Flynn will be m charge Burial Wpy Mondiiy vitU the fust te in Elmwood cernetcry I tmernt of 60000 citircnso 01 I I 1uday wesee tlic piujjip hat we have made that we UP mak ing md that wepioposu to toli tmue t makehe aid m i this vallcj is inthe nation we do not piopor to abandon thp that is befoie tun POS eithei by ittmg down of i going back i National imclii I Iowa Flame Crashes in Race at Carroll l CARROLL win Mfli tin 25 of Jcfleion Sun day while piloting his iut plane j Ml md Mis Earl G Potter 10DB Taylor avenue noithvvct was ini lmllykilied caily Sunday momj began in Iflil when she suftacd inn u lieuthe cuii hevsjs duving collided hcadon with a semidailei tiuck five miles notth of Algona on highway 169 on a at the top of a lull Totter who was enrolled In the Bancroft UCC camp was with another iMasion CHyan al so Horn the CCC camp Arnold two adcireses he lay All Roosevelt vlio mam j oYdeYed by U activity jUis Shipleys decline in health to the culoi Sept IS itlive rintv with uf Iinment lie did tint mpnton Wtllkie bv in an au how ncn heie Mai tin who Was competing in a iiee banked too steeply as he lounded a pylon and Ins hip went down A ciackcd jaw and several lot pilch Monday morning when an County Airy L A Winkel was afigry mob broke into the Gci man retui ncd with the Hoitzbauci boy consulate at Brasov ripped down At oC AdolC Hitler the nazi flag Ciuj ancient capital and to Algona Jlondav while Die otheis remained in a Can oil hos pital In the battle against Britain waiphmes dioncd acioss the channel in Wavesdirected at the teeth weie Ihc extent of his Hi London area but the British Junes claimed an mcieaiingly j defense The Butish capital iindciwenti a 4Uimnutc nlaim as anttaimaft I f TTilj Alft suns along the Thames etuaiy Of file ratal 10 I O I Observe Anniversary Tiansylvania and site ot the mostcar and lost control of the ma disturbances the Italian I chine it colliding another consul dragged from his resi vehicle on a curve None of those Fathci Sweeney driving the ihicvup a blaring cuitam to en dence and beaten The city later was cut off from communication with the outside world Reports from Budapest said the Hungarian government was holding 80000 troops icady lo march into Tiansylvania if disi oidcrs m the ceded tcnitoiy should make cntion ncces In Buchaiest where soldiers with machine guns guarded ap proaches to King Carols palace the goveumient radio bioadcast a wainmg severe punishment would be meted oul to demonstrators Al Jft Thousands of reserve gen darniES were called to duty and scores of persons were arrested for participation in riots which resulted in extensive property damage and injuries to many persons in the second car was injured Minnesota CIOOpposes Draft at Convention mesh the taidcis and RAF puisutt planeb attacked the nai forma tions in dogfights 20000 feet above Ihe Thames Six possibly seven Geiman bombeis were icportcd shot dowji1 one in flames Britons took heart loo from a message by Prime Minister AVinslon Churchill dcclarlnR that command of the air is being AUSTIN Minn 01 Mini gradually and painfully wrested CIO was on lOcord Monday rro uc nazi criminals against conc1 iptton and antila H1NCKLEY Minn morial services weie held at the Hmcklcy cemeteiy Holiday lov the 418 persons lulled in a i oaiing wil derness lire 46 yeais ago The fire destioyed the entire town The Weather JM CnPCfAQT 1 imnjcl hai fiom the auto and was in ascmi conscious condition when picked up He was rustled to the Kos snth liospllal at Aleqna where it was found he suffered a brain oncussioif His condition was reported good by hospital au thorities lived as a child vvis ituated loots the stieet fiom ihc Noith weslem States cemcni plant on s dpiwhile Noitli Fedeial nvenur noi 111 Calamus creek Hei ertttte lite had been hv ed in 0 piniho Vilk Jf led a expedition rit llai iicrbis the vvhcii units ilong tlie MrsKm ioi l Gon Mm J reisliiiiR icKii1 inmtmw 1 li ic PoVf STBGOO community bhc Mason t City glow fiom lhat tiny beqnli if fioOOO turn oittpind oul The ov ncd by C A is the stoiy Robinon of Bancioft and vvi1 di iv en by Junior Eobiifton K nnv Wl rlv fa nephew of the muici It wus Ihc CVHOX Will 1 IV IO fust of thiee laige bemitiucLs mng to an industnai tenter with hepiesent moic than ancluuilh if n population in excess of J70QO j total guaid sti cnglh wluih the1 In a very jeal spne hei life sloiy vwu clepaitment ultimately plau Mason City Srurnfull lejcclnfB thp the sis that the fpdcral government overstepped its iitwvcr Its de Trnnessee Vallcvrc sourccs Mr Kosevelt Declared thatjthc jiowcr tlevplop mcnt now rcpreschts one the boi aihcles uf the laboi ic lalions act At the close of ife an nual convention the CIO approved iesolution5 condemning compul sory military service as regimen talion and demanding that anli laboi fcalmcs of the labor law be corrected FiankJEllis Austin elected president and Leonaid Lagcman MinneapoliSj Berlm led that Luttvalfe Gevmaiv loii ing aeicits the channel in laige num bersMonday mouiing beavily bombing southeast pareritly in the hells coindoi legion from Dover to London zls the British at least 02planes Sunday With only nine Geiman planes iting The 25 Gei mans hot clown w itll 15 RAF theater and swept thiotiKh the planes lost sliccts ill wild demontuitions a Italy which just a car Among tlKtec aiicstcd vvcie M committee of iCbistance was Sept 1 pioclaimed her Chita tovmcr minuter of cultuie formed saw RAF iaidcis attack accused of dclivcimg an inflan sathcied m the cily of Lombaidy and Pied FORECAST IOWA Fair in cast and cen Iral tiiuiidersliowcrs in cx trems west Monday night Tucs da partly cloudv warmer Tuesday and in past and cen tral Monday night MINNESOTA Tartly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday warmer in southeast Monday night and in south Tuesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette statis tics Maximum Sunday G Minimum Sunday night 50 At 8 a m Monday 63 Rain Jrace EAR AGO Maximum 81 Minimum 60 Urvelng together and alt owned by Robinson The trucks weie not loaded and were ictuinmg home if The cai iliucl the left side of the tiucli and glared ahttle to one then sliuclt the Jiont end bt atler Heavy black nwikson pavement showed where the Hawaii to Go With Fleeton Maneuvers WASHINGTON U claiy of Navy Fianlv Knox fast becom ing the tiavehng secretaiy will leave Tuesday foi a flying trip to to have mobilised The Jpipcnt stiength given aJ13 100 hut iciignation disetiaiscs lid the elimination of the phyii Mlion s Krealest defense assets i ally unfiliiic expected lo i educe I I lhe numbcj lo 220000 01 less i XJrnK in 26 stateweie affected by Mi Roosevelt s oidei Tbe included four full in a time nl peril unmatched in the histqi t of the nations of M the world v vvcig mcl aie tiioP no 44th 30th 4ith 16 j iniinMms tliit Uie coast ailillciy and foui cibeuation ciuadion The tank Swan to 7 wUh Tn a fiveday maneuvei in the Patific impact happened and whcie mspecllioie fptthtics uvo skidded into the rn and San D diuh Dfe to damage fn the air Calif Digso and San weie cscepted At my officoiaid they uuuld be told ti icpoit lalci if if The vintl Jontam mrn fiom and the fiont wheels out of ontiol the tiuclc ciossed Ihe paving and landd m the ditch on the lett hand side of the load The tiuck did not upset A dense fos caused poor vis ibility and It was Warned for the accident It was icportcd iliat thr Totter car was travel ing withpoor liglits The Potter ar was a 29 infidel A Ford and was romnlelelv demnlished i was strpwn 100 feet alonr the Onh HIP front end ot the truck was damancd t liis fust iniciview afle Xcw Yo Ncu Xollh miiUhcd m th at HIS 111 ST 111ICJ V LCVV UltJ ot 1 U In becoming a membei ot the cabinet in July said lhat heintended to btftome familiar with cvciy Tea tuie of his depaitment including shoie stations Ahcadyhe has flow n to Flouda bases and accom panied Piepident Roosevelt on tn mpection in New England III decision In go to 1 Taw nil areued paiticulai inteiest be cause of the jncieamg nnpoitance altnthed tn ictiunitig Ihe main flfct near thatstntion The vftel cntorpne i not a piupcr pr tivtty of government tile pict dcn dcclaJcd Ac 101 me 1 gla1 v m it sone ol tlip Eipa ucia inci time rodv vv r uc fruintf a time tf Ijltoiy of Id And Caiohna Tennessee South Calo Uic iiatmli all liu hna Geotgia Oklahoma Anzona v c 110 undo taking New MCMCO Coloiado 1 total dclcnp of otii naliun ine ton Idaho Oiegon Montana Wyi Tciinespc Vallrv ipgion ha oming New Hampshite Dclawue Mnouu nchuell Pennsylvania Maine Rhode J laiKi Conncctlctif niul At Kansas Iowa unitvvcie not included Mi Hnotv tlt ac coidmR to vvar dppartmrnt to order out actdilianal suiucl unit tn the coming monthuntil he 7ft J4 smgcd tluoush i noiniLcd Ihe Vienna agt cement pi pmacy between Geimany and the camtal Sunday singum the niceding ippiosimatcly half ofJButam appealed to be neavms a 1E not Traiisylvoma to llungaiy undci i tiunl decibive Hitlci ttoiial anthem and shouting not one inch foi the Magyars Ilun GcinianHahan compulsion gaiians weie dispersed by tioop using tear gas nd fnehoscs Mrs Robeit St John wile ot the Associated Piess covicspond cnt in Bucharest was afiested when she rode by the Italian lega phi planning an immediate attempt1 Rain YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum trace 31 58 hav p been tltete ever mce Uic conclusion of last spiing s lus been completed v iciivcis Plan for them lo icluin The high command has that L The tionl vvliecK weie diivcn bases vvcie abandoned full ition of he ijuaul wa back the tiuck and Ihe nt atoul lhe time tension in Aia1 an i hinnit v foi flip fiame twisted Robinon escaped I became slilup Since then the fleet tinining of the cim rupt Kvitli mmoi biuisps irid shock Tins cmimed neai Pearl Hiuboi J lonlcmplalcd undci the Kiuki 1thp fouilli righway falalily foi out occasionally foi se nmpuloiv mililaiy countsthis ycai About act mncmcs eivuc IcKislUoii nasPd lv cirali nd iujv pindmR m iiousp surncd in addition lo n do mfMK bottenncfit i1naic ot leponibility foi national defene Mi KoiiiVph insists thai he caiic otplv to dedicate the 41 cai IIPV unit HI the heai t of the Chra lie of the iitith not tn ritluci a jjnhlual But ihc Kioui high now deal oUntaK and nututfM Ipadcivno accniTpamcd uavc obvious poiHal sjgjufu aticf M Ins wolds al tluttnp rjf hiniMiil msioi c irjiciil m puiTiomic ijlannint loi 111 cnliip ll vcainao a Bancioft youth Aij HIP me od mi I iiboi d Pays Visit to League Mausoleum By CLINTON B CONGER i qf shadows Genevas countcic Green coveis hod been fitted lo lionuTa taxVand snid GEN1EVA Avcnols otAmeiicaswcslein ghosllthe cuived dais and benches uhicli thin Mulligan v tr killed in ap pioMinatelv the nme place Mi Pottei wibom July 10 1921 al BIB LakeMum lie had ieided in Mason City fox the past 16 ycais and had hecii gi actuated fiomthe Maton CitV schools ftunivina Mi Pottei are paient Mi and Mis Lul Potlei 1006 Tayloi avcpue noithwest one biothei GCOIRC in I ho navy Two otlier pei ons met viukiit deaths dtiinig the weeU llPcl lhat it I vital K1p iniaclf me scciciaiiais oiiicc than human beings iu the main WC1C OCCUpied in this manhandledbef01 c she was Jcj pcacoch uere mmo lumelouil leased In the affected northern sec tion of Transylvania pcasants armed with pitchforks shotguns and long knives and declaring they would resist Hungarian rntty were reported taking up frontier positions abandoned by Rumantah troops The commnnrier of one Ruman ian division aiinouiHPd hi men ncvspapprmpn tiom the fom ui vvHifd die talhci than leave The secielaiiats otficcs alone courtyard Monday when I vjited the magnificent mausoleum oJ the league of nations My tread alone broke the death like silence of the coindors of the palatial home ofthe league where once hundiedb ot statesmen icpieI American funds was closed acntmg the ptincipal vvoijd pow1 Tho giant halls which housed structure The pies looms that could hundreds of icporters wcvotilpscd The leagues library the largest collection of studies in Euiope gathered PI and their satellites joined in the league ascmblyv as o Com noiy conv 01ation with plptclv tacrc have a capacity of 50U The sombre lonely murals given to the league by demociatic Spam in 1934 vveie the only signs of lilc inthe chamber and the con sensus is that Uic buildings over looking Lake Geneva will stay locked for the diyation of the war Todov there are Only 32 memj berof the league who havcnH1 two Evelyn and was found slain APPROA i IHOTSCOfltht behevcdxobbny l 1i civil acio was the motive Tianfc Ferguson natilius boaul Monday ippiovcct 60 Maishall county faimor was ctiiblishmeiit of a civilian pilot q at Gnioti I mf tliP fnt liipinPth b labiM in HI lull JtYui hawioiuht HP pointed qut that in the oven A tin nha i ul been a Mih inlti uplnn io the ixin evushed lo death last Sunday bya tmuimg Gcbigc Akclsen 48 of tollcRC hcie bf given trndci Dodge was hilled Tuesday vhen ment iu the bicycle ho was tiding collided an auto neai Foil Dodge Funcial atianfiemenU aie in Fidays weie complete Burial will be at Dcs iloiiies ho held IIPK Wed i rf TTiiTVr f JA m Lrl IS 1 t u ltlI BOKEXKAMP KITES PLANNtl BURLINCiTON j Vi Funcial w Hr imp rlic at hitoric Chickitnauga Mi KnosviilcOn ainvnjK tlictc latei Monday he v inotoi titi media IP I fnti the tcnne ceNoiUi Caio Imi muuiilams to a PI Olid pcrch frlCal of the kbc AvcnoK the nit in their withdrawal notice1 DfCS pletelv clfcd tacrc BU t evutlluv could conititutc a legal accidents in a latctnkci to admit me bill I many nowcontiols clamird ihf mniiapcd lo icaih the meeting tin re of flonlici boosting tbc MI i room lit Ihc IcaRiic council because and this quoium couldnt ct Ui Majoi funeiil hnme Auto Traffic Toll fit 323 IIPI iiii JIVVH1JI 1AJ1 llllltj wold and Mrs William De Long w0eJyknottn niilriniR conliactot iovi nvr ui alto iisi tu V death i itway wnu AvcnoU tlic ictiuiiK i ioom ui me icaauc council ociauu mis At CJiu wheie uotins clouds iplalr Kcncinl ieft his lusuiious ihoie wa no watchman to keep tjrthpi it it dcsiied if Getmanv wrecked a Hungarianowned I office he left behind him a cityime out I letutcd to grant access to Geneva 121 for with this Lot Fort Madison Thiee persbnsalso weie killed Jon Thuisday Baibaiii Ann Jones f20 of Atlantic Mis Vimenl Biobst 26 of Jamrita and Hai old White 12 of Kent VVPIP I tic ic ft Othei victimof highway acti dcnls last vkcek ueic V ilhun 1 KellphPi 1H of Poit Drs Momr who died here urday in ot IfW the ecu i cspondmg pcj and AdaBelle10110 11 nf Shcf i field i DANISH S1IJP hIVKS RHUJN JPiIiht pcion v ct u killed vvhpn a mn at w UK Haiuir tcamlnij luc1 lictWPPli fucicn u rj i op isiatuian oUxiU ilpitih CuprnhiiReii Moiulay 3rd Patient Put in Waterloo Iron Lung V ATI tUOO ilf iioi lung Miuuiav had 15IhiYcl nt Iriniaid BulinPi vcu oltl nf Mi Ml I Pil Rul UK i f Shpivvunrl pal U iTrw Vlljsi ic poilrd heie nv ci the weekend   

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