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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION Trit NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS AU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VOL XLVI ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS TUtX LZASZO WIRES FIVE CENTS A MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 PAPER CONSISTSOP SECTION ONE NO 286 IndoChina THINK FRENCH NOT TO OPPOSE IAPANESE ACT Withdrawal of Troops in North China Causes More Guerrilla Warfare SHANGHAI U Chinese quailers believed Wednesday tha Japanese tioops would invade Fiench IndoChina this week hansfeuing ChineseJapanese hostihres to that ucU Fiench col ony China hab warned formally that Chinese Hoops immediately counter a Japanese invasion f IndoChina with an invasion WONT REVEAL WHEN ENGLAND GETS WARSHIPS White House Secretary Says Hitler Can Find That Out for Himself fiencft Uiaounma wjiere Stephen ship obicuied the situation foli Earl wjnte house pi ess secretaiy Inwintr icooits the Japanese army rpnij fmrf Hut their own The radio at Saigon Fiench IndoChma was heard announc that all lailway tiaffic in the colony had been sus pended Meanwhile Hanoi dis U S Admiral Unexpectedly in Shanghai SHANGHAI Admhal Thomas C Hart commander of the United States Asiatic Jleet ainved ncie unexpectedly Wed nesday amid icporls of imminent fastbieakmg developments in the far eastern situation Attention of foieign mihtaiy ob seueis was concentrated on Fiench IndoChina where ship obscuied the situntL lowing icpoits the Japanese army lad demanded immediate submis sion to demands foi the right to move Japanese tioops thiough the colony Snd to use the port of Haiphong a a militaiy base In the wai against China AReuteis Butish news agency dispatch from Hongkong said well mfoimed poisons theie had learned that the Japanese ultima tum had been wilhdiawn for the tune being Consols refused to deliver mes sages to Hanoi correspondents Rumanian Cabinet Changed as Troubles Vex King Carol Germans Mass Near Border as Rioting Again Breaks Out pcnded Rieanvvnue nanui uii sages Hanoi i patches repoited that Japanese militaiy autlioulies conccrnea tei 24 hour n icoLth said Tuesday Hitlei can find that out for himself when reporters mquued about the of the 50 dcslioyers tiaded to But ain for air and naval hateb Early was asked whether any ot the vessels aheady had Jcft foi Canada loi tiansfer acioss the north Atlantic by British ciews He leplied Hitler can find that out for himself when they leave where they are and anything olsbaboutthcnfas far as I am By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUCHAREST Rumanian CcibinoU headed by the stiongly pionazi Ion Giguitu fell Wednes day as King Caiol sought to savc his nation fiom anaichy and the posbible loss of moie temtoiy to his neighbois Geiman tioops began massing Wednesday to maich into uot toin Rumania as a Butish ladio bioadcast baid Buthaiebt the capital baa an airiaid alaim eaily in the moining Simultaneously R two more claieb td the coloi i called been icsumed attei 24 hour m shanghai v eie iilenton eight neo auei a IIUUL m shanghai v eie tuenion tvveen A ve ultimatum in which Indoi ihc navy said mThtarymission and Fxench au Sfiaats weie ud to have j of the destroyers weie being inade frti i 1 iu i panv at inc tsosion navy jaiu r id that they piobably would be ready by Fii day foi Ameiican crewt lo take them ki Canada and tuin them military mission and Fxench auiaimi officials weio said to have ol me onJapanese demands forfbeeHwaifledJoXyield or lake the the passage of Japanese tioops turmoil InrlnChma The Hanoi pious Jmough IndoChma The advices said that negotiations were icoumed at the lequcst of the Jap anese Sn far as the French were concerned it believed there would be no resistance to the Japanese But the Chinese were expected to cross the border from Yunnan province and ad vance aloai the IndoChlna Yunnan railway a e stx o y 1 n g communications ahead of the Japanese and planting ambushes in mountain parses and swamps wherethe Japanese fcould not use tlieir jnechanlzed equipment Reliable QuaUeis said that Gen DIES OF PARALYSIS Gigurlu in office since June 1 was replaced as premier by General Ion Antoneseu Who expected to pick a military cabinet Gigurlu resigned with in a few hours after the gov ernment with King Carols safety menaced by an alleged iron guard plot to place Crown Prince Mibal on the throne be gan rounding up Iron guardisls j In EucbaiCst did Constants KING CAROL FORT MADISON uli Walter i over to the British Pollpetei I Weal Point low a lot the other ships was not dis died Wednesday of mfantjlc paclosed esccpt that they were somewhere on the Atlantic sea Roosexell met with sheic demonstidtoit last made attempts to povvci Hie Jhofs being Ined at palace ituation accoiding to a govern attempts weie made to ment spokesman vas under China had adv ised the ludoChma colonial govcinmcnt that Japanese troops would enter the Kiench col ony on Fiiday Authoiitative quaitcis heie said thai during the last tv o weeks the Japanese had i educed diastically Iheir noith and ccntial China gai usons and appaicntly were send in the troops to Hainan off the southeast coast China ui icadmess to invade the Fiench colony As a result of the i educed north China garrisons guerrilla warfare has broken out on a i greatly increased scale The China Mail oE Hong Kong icpoiled that a Japanese fleet was olf Fiencli IndoChma blockading the entuc noitheaat coast and halting all vessels in the aica heie weie un able to confirmthe leport Chinese believed that even if the Japanese established a toothold in IndoChina it would take them montns to cicate effective an bases rieai the Yunnan fion tieibecause much dealing and blasting of tiopical toiests would be neccssaiy The lepoiled Tapaneee inten tion to send troops into Indo China was legaixled heie as cer tain to cieate a serious situation because of the known determina tion of the Chinese to make a counterinvasion Chinese troops alieady have beenconcentrated on tne Yunnan bolder icady to move onshort notice The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy Wed nesday nisht ana Thursday showers and thunderstorms Ireme w est Uot much change in temperature MINNESOTA Fair east partlv ctoudv west Wednesday night and Thursday scattered show ers or thunderstorms extreme southwest Thursdaj slightly warmer southeast Wednesday night IN MASON CITY boaid extremLst organization nere of ficially reported under arrest Foju R u m a n i a n encials were among those BRITISH REPEL NAZI ATTACKS RAID GERMANY 4 Hour Series of Counter Attacks Arc Made Against Bases By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON Bulibh fighteis and antianci aft guns quickly lepelled two enemy thiusts Wednesday as it wis disclosed that RAF bonibeis launched fdurhom hcncv ut coun teiattacks Tuesday night agnnst advanced Gcimnn striking base in Fiance Attempted attacks on Kent and Ehsex airports by Gei man forces one of them con hiifinff of 40 bombers and escort fighters were turned back in the morning reported damaRC or casualties Hie air ministry saidr if British Aid MAKES THREAT IF RAF WONT END BOMBINGS By 3 W T MASON United Press War Expert Acquisition by Gieat Butam of J Ameucau dcstiovcii inciuases Bulish command of the channel so decisively that it should give pieponderant weight to the opinion of those Geinvait gencials who have been advising Hitlei against j an invasion The destiovei s too w ill sti englli en sccuiity of the Biilish convoy tystcin At the same time aug1 British sei power in the Alediteiianean will fuithei jeo paidue icmfovcements of men and j S 3 1 6 T t e supplies tor an Italian campaign threaten that his ail force erase Brit Fuehrer Makes Fun of Britain for Wondering When He Will Invade By LOUIS P LOCHNER BERLIN broke weeks of in Noilh Afuca A 29miiiutc aiiraid warning in the London aiea duiing these uas succeeded in the jftfi alaim at the gencials were among inosc re nool by a ulaim at the Vvoht Poted ancsted and charged with k of llre lumheon houi when the Plotting the coup Besides mmy lestauianis weie ciovsdcd control Howcvcj at Biasov heavily GlobeGazcttr tics I Maximum Tucsdaj w Minimum Tuesday night S6 AtTTamr X 68 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Piccipitatioii Extended Outlook CHICAGO ff Extended weather forecast for the period Sept 4 to 7 Upper Mississippi valley Rising temperature tiend beginning pe riod and leadings well above nor mal most of peiiod Fair weather except scatteied thundeisjioueis Fuoay 01 Satuiday congiessiohal leaders to give them a cpmplete report on negotiations that led up to the tiade of des j troyers for bases on British Carib bean territories Present In the chief execu ives private study were Sen ator Barhley of Kentucky the senate democratic leader Sen ator Byrnes D S Car5 a member of the senate appro priations committee Speaker Bankhcad House M a j o r 11 I Leader Uayburn of Texas and Chairman Bloom D N Y of the house foreign affairs com mittee Chairman Pittman D Nevl nf the senate foieign lelationb com miUee was invited but he was in I Nevada Wednesday Asked toipmment on the state irmed Iioa Guardists who cap tured the telephone otfices stiU in possebbion of the switch boards Residents ol the capital were awakened Wednesday by ex plosions on the outskirts Un confirmed reports spread that an attempt had been made to blow UP some petroleum storage depots Large reinforcements of troops had been sent to the oil fields eie the Buchaiest radio btation and the Ameucanowned tele phone company s central office Simultaneous coups weie at tempted at Biasov and Constanza but weie tjuicUly ciushed Three meiv broke through a guaid of soldiers participated in the shocking at the palace Many shots were tired in the grounds be foie soldieis the thiee and hustled them ovvay in o Ullnetl in an attempted attack touaid Hitler and Mussolini have to revise their former j Mratrgv based on depletion i the Blitish fleet Once the AmeiIcan sliipt gel into action Hitler can hold no serlous hope of even moderate success for his starvation blockade tosses of British merchant ship piiiK henceforth should lie re duced considerably while pass Ing tluoklgli the submarine A United Pi ess conespondent who hid hern eiRht diivs with a innv oy of SO mcichantmen Hint the escoit contisled of only one cicsljoyoi jnd a smilici jiy uill Thi convoyed sUelihcd out for IS miles whnh should icquuc thicc de stioscis to Kiiaiaiitee sccuiily Thcvc How vill be available rtnd Hie mleiiMtv of the strain nil intensity of the strain mule dcstioyei new will he London diminished thus adding to cfii Geiman plands w e i e nj guaidianship biougbt dovvu m this bnet battle j An Invasion the over a southeast town but bics be planned on bombs wei e cii opucd In one of the eaihcr tights an othor plane was the upon tianspoits while it warslups oiniuouiaian channel Laigc warsnips seen falling from the sky and its operating jn the narrow channel paiachutmg pilot was captured wateis run serious danger because of laclc of adequate maneuver ains cities if the Royal Air Force persists in its night raids on Germany and to that England will crack up It was his fust speech since Julv 19 when lie what he called one moie appeal to lea son tn tinBiilish and warned them that then empire would he cicslioyod ifthey Uppt m fight ing Hitter in high humor jeer1 Inch declared England was askiitK why Hitler didnt come Mv reply is he said just be quipl hes cominK all right j V w Then ho sud 1lit he alone uould the houi Toi the warto end The fuehier spoke for a minutes in the tiadi tional pulty lallymg place The wasmauguialion of the The British counterattack whichthe air ministry said last miee ana nusueu ineiu u the air ministry sam lasi cdi One non guordist and d from 9 Pm Tuesday until palace gdfiil vv c i e icpoited i a m Wednesday was aimed wounded in the fray i at bases al Pas M At tntftf Anvnpf Ilin tfrill irnm ment by Wendell L WillUie tlie lepublican piesidential nominee that il vvas regiettable that the piesident did not deem it neces sary toobtam prior congressional approval or permit public discus sion ot the trade Early told 10 poi ters I take it Mi Willkie doesnt like anything the president docs The president was w ell pleased with public reaction to the agreement Early said add ing that several hundred tele grams had been received at the De Calais across the trom etc followed by LOOK INSIDE FOR Disturbances in Bucharest con tinued late into Tuesday night Soldiers fought with an aunpd band which Jiad seized the ladio station on the outsknts The men finally fled into the woods only to surrenderlater Gigurtu is 48 and had been stiongly pronazi throughout his official career King Carol made him primeminister to bend Ru manian policy toward the Romc Beilm axis and away from the pioaily coliise uttich bis piedr sion agreement of tieachery and said their action had fillea the Calais Guines southeast of Ca army with shame Observecs in lais and Abbeville further 4PLANES AT SPENCER BURN Fire Whips Through Wooden Structure on Municipal Airport MliNCER oft Iho Spencei municipal anpoit and I fom planes ovvncci by Soencer Ily cis vscie destroyed b a sudden j fne which whipped fough the i wooden stiucturc 9 o clock Wednesday morning j Haivcy ChiUlenscn who man agpb the aupovt estimated the loss at between S10000 and 000 Cause of the blaze was un known One of life planes was dragged riom thebumiUR hangar befoie the i oof collapsed but was calen up by tlamcs out on the ticld de cffoils lo sa the ship Chustcnscn Mined ol the nlanc The tithcis belonged to John Flark incl Leo Sweeney iinateur pilots here white house and less Ihan dozen opposed the step Asked whetlicr any other tiations were vtndci way to obtain otliei bases Ejily Mid he did Hot titany cesior Gngoie Gafencu had fol 1 lovvcd for two years ff Spccdj desiiqicri ablelo twist and turn at will arc the natural challengers of an in vading fleet A flotilla of Ameri can ships reinforcing the Brit ish dcstrovers ami armed speed boats miRht well scatter and drive hack German transports in midchannel jngaEcmenLs makinc a landliisrin force im possible rri f tint In tlic Mcditenunem the piob I10 f1 em of J nwjoi Jtiliin expedition lutinei fioin Libya ducctccl a tj a i n s t I woilclv TSgvpl iind lugely conoeuis j j loiifmirous contact the home isCs A lengthy campaign would uviaattJii winter refiet campaign lor Gex nianys needy In the eai ly ot the day Biitish bombers and German de had met uest of Bcilm in Gernuiny s biggest air cn gagement of the vvai o fdi j Hitlei qav c no indication of Uoml he cspccted the wai to end but he siicl that uhrn al Ihe bp flinning Piimr Minister Chambei lain ofBritain spoke ir a tlirce VINIIionflict ribW Miiv shah Goering to prepare lor five im i adio ili sinii nf speech quoted thr ic thai thf Glrurlu was tcmporaillv in disfavor last September the Iron Guard w as purged after On leaving the confcience with the assassination of Premier Ar the president Baiklcy said that mand Calincscu but rcBaiued additional appropriations might be required to build the bases but this was not gone into definitely terpreted the lattei statement as a plea foi aimy support of an non guard attempt to seize povvei COASTAJRPORTS STUDIED BY WPA Consider Ring of Ports for National Defense 72 Projects Waiting 1 WASHINGTON Thp ttoiUs pi ejects iidmuustiation Wednesday was considering plans alOtfg the coast also wcie bombed the an mniisliy said The rooming fust aii battle over England was fought at a thiee mile height Fortyone Geiman planes had been shot down over Biilam up to p m 845 a TO CST Wed nesday authoritative British leplcmshment of tioops munitions and food fiom Italy Ameucan dostioyeis could ham ppi Die Itnhiins to a point wheie might to chooe between lemaining on slvc in 01 sending foith his baitle fleet In nsk all in an en gagement with the gieat Butish waiships that repeatedly have challenged hem to com out aucl fight for Mcditenancan dom he added Carols favor when Russia Hun gary and Bulgaria bEjanthelr territorial demands on Rumania and sought German aid The longarm oflhe monaichs once allpowerful police Wednes day uas paitly paralyzed by na tionwide railway strikes and communication bieakdovvns as Ins embitteied subjeclb continued lo sourceb said Only five Butish planes had been Butish planes Tuesday night mation bombed clcrti icil povvei stations The effect of theAmeuraii dr and an aimstiovci lianfci on the nunale ol amcnt factxny in Berlin tlic an Gcimuis incl Hahaiimui miniitiy announced Wrdncsday in estimating tne value mRlt uf the icmfuiceincnl Ilitln and Other Biituh plitKs the mmNMuoluli 111 said attacked militaiy ob formed then people that no el for d uetwoik or flying Jiclds to ling the United The relief agency is pledged to give priority to defense proj ects A ring of airports In sea board and border slates it uas understood was being studied Prom July 1 In Aug 24 7 WPA unpoit piojects weie cer tified by tlic umy and navy 3 having defense value Of these i dcmonstidtc against the 53 me in scaboaid sidles or states j r dictated eoittession ol northern i QJI the Canadian and Mesiian boi I TiansyhaiiM to Hungaiy dc s i A great ijxicstion appeared to In IIUP Ine WPA piosiam be whether the aimy whose HO peed 1hc leadcis iclLiincd Caiol to the by expediting defense jectives in Helds in the mounlams and in the Grunev aid folest north of Berlin Waiting lues and causing explosions feclrvc Ameiican aid to Butaiti could auivo bofoio the wai had ended This risc has now been nullified for it i nnpoible to deny effectivcncs of the sudden nation may blOcKade an enlne continent at will thnl idte state wliencvei n feels like it can ilelnei 430000000 people to poverty misciy We aic fed up letting England tell us for all the futuic what we may do and what we may not do uhothei or not we may drink cof fee It is unbeatable the Uiohiei said that n people ot 85000000 may be punished lv another nn lion ust becausr plulocials in Lundou want it 0 Hundreds of f pounds of bombs will drop trom the oil KiiElaiid niehtlv herr after in retaliation for BrltMi niRht raids on Gernmnv Hitler i amiil rnthiislastlc cries of his followers V The fuchici said For thiee monllis 1 have wmt ed for the Butish tn eo the nui oi nightly planless bomb SENATOR AMLLIAJI Primary Balloting in Utah PAGE 2 Luther to Begin 80th School Year Sept 12 FACE 8 Tigers in Last Ditch Flag Fight PAGE9 HOUSE DEBATES WARSHIP DEAL Short But Sometimes Wrathful Debate Is HeaiQ at SeSSlOn jcaucis icunnca kaioi m mi t oy expefming imiunse WASHINGTON tltione en jears ago would ic Piesident Roosevelt appuncd 3G ttnn drslinvpinaval faithful to him in the facclmpoit piojects m the same pc I loiwlawm opposhon to od Thntyone of 1hce likewise tatcd i shin I ometims the Tiansylvama puHtion rcuc ui moie rSyoed slates wiuthful luund ul debate Wedt pled by ins guv eminent Kivr tC the M wcic included nil in thehuusc Behind the situation was the the W coitificn bv the atmv rfiul i HcpicLcntatuc Smith H Ohio cveipresent fear that should thonav Althoupi the mnjoiily is1 led off 7 series ul oncmmutc king fail to i establish order new stmic compivc wo k speeches with the assci tiun Jhat j Hungary might take opportunityon ait fields transfci of SO dcstroycis to Britto sAze alt of Tramyhama Hunj am vvub cleaily an act ot waiftlrcds ot thousands of Hungarian Tantylhicc adduioiial aiipoit and Representative Sweeney D troops already are alone I mojccUs costmj a total ot StaS Ohio deciaicd that if the people knew what wai going On behind he scenes in Washington they would stall a evolution not to troops already are massed along 1 piojccts costing a total ot Sloj the frontier icady to match into 034331 have been appiovcd by the ceded northern portion Thuisj JIi Roosevelt foi constiuction by the aimy and navy with funds the aimy and navy with funds would stait a levoiunonnoi vo Anxious eyes aUo vveic cast tiansfci red to them by I he icltct oveithiow but to prcseivc dcm the new noithcin fionticr agency oucy I facing Soviet Russia wheie a bor Local counties On the otliei side Rcpiesentai der clash ten days ago wab is mumupahtirs have akcd the Luther A Johnson D TeX I polled to hve biought red ami tne aimed seivucs to that Mr Roosevelt did the j same thing Prcbidcnt Jefferson did in 1803 forces on to Rumanian soil in ji Bucnancsi sccincu wiin ex and you cannot take the people ritcmcnl over the allcecd Iron into youi confidence when you aiCj Guard coup Tucsdaj aieht In niaUing a tiade To this Repie which shots were fired at win cntstivc CrccV D Ky adcicd dows of the palace in an unsivc lliHtivlfocvrr did it did a blamed rcssful attempt on Carols life tuirl Hundreds of members of the i certify anothci 72 piojccts 111 eluding tjnc at Mawn Gily i hav ing national defence v aluc i HEADS COLLEGE M Olno I Norborno Crowcll 49 of DCS 1 Aloinc luvva is tlic neu picsidrnt of Allvcd Ilolhrook college heie ad to Butam fiom the hcmispnciP nil be rolthcomins i neLCny DepicinR icactimi of Vcit vv ill come t Rutb fuovv tvo m KUwmis I I Jd llllc wewill in A victim of a German air raid Is his statueof TohnMtltbn the blind poet tumbled lv liomh blasts from Us pedestal al Sl Giles Cripplcpratc church Ion dnn Kngflaml ing on outcome of the uai Admits Membership in Auto Stripping Gang DhS MOtXKS i 11 riU cd tiaiislci U the st itc icfonno toiv it Anunus bauns occti sentciiLcd tu Ill vcai trim aftct mcmbnnip in jn mtoj mobile stiippiua nns Dissuct j J lid Mr Pinil S ShanMind pisscd JCntciRp on a ill11 go of laiccnj j of a v chit Ic lovvan Injurecl in Fall Off Park Wall j CLINTON i Unulilt i3 Chiituii sled vuiUri Hitfcicd tiricluic 1 the Hull i tdl lourtccl ll 11 stone staiivvHv vvill Icadma ilong a lift at tilr Point hole Muiuliiv His nin diticn is KI iv i and lie in acmna inii Clinton luispital I Appaicnlly Hitlei inlfnrlerl to icontijiue v jtn till of figllicbut lie was slopped by the f f IIITIKK fun at Ktidaml   

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