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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1940, Mason City, Iowa NORT EDITED FC HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE SPOT jt VOL XLVI ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS fUU LEASED WLRE3 FIVE CENTS A MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1940 IBIS PAPER CONSISTS Or TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 2fe7 CHURCHILL DEFIES HITLER THREAT Carol Gives Up Vast Powers to Strong Man X X X X JCUV v ANTONESCU IS NOW LEADER FOR RUMANIANS King Agrees to Banish Magda Lupescu Known as Power Behind Throne By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUCHAREST Haggaid from the stiuggle to picserve his dib membered anarchyliven realm King Carol II of Rumania sur rendered his vast povvois of state Thuuday to a new strong man and was authoritatively icpoitcd Hungarians Taking Over Transylvania SATOMARE SzatmarNem Tiansylvania icgent Admual Nicholas Horthy astudc a white horse led the Hungarian army into this Tran sylvania city early Thuisday bc gutaing occupation of the warJost teriitoiy Hungary icgamed by the Vienna fiat of Geimany and Italy The triumphal entry into this old Irontler clly started Hie Hungarian armys pusli toward Hie eastern Carpathians ages old harrier to Invasion of cen tral Europe from the to have consented to banishment symbolically Hun of ledhaued IvTneda Tiinpsrn Rush Work on Destroyers for Britain of ledhaiied Magda Government quaitei belief that Caicl might abdicate toon V Madame Lupescu Ins long time friend reported al ready aboard jaeht now anchored at Istanbul She was said to have left Bucharest four datsago With the coming of the dawn the 46 yeai old monaich who had lived down the name Playboy Punce with a decade of stiong handed lule leached a loydl UD deistandmg with a tough strat cgyminded genual Ion Aivtoii whose price for buccbr was a Uansfer of povvei With what General Antoneacu called loyal gractousnessJ Caiol signed a public declaiation f was a clear acknowledgment that i the essence ol juleshad changed hands and Antcrnescu proclaimed i a nationalistic program to heal the wounds collect our strength and assure our futurel On high authority itwas re ported that Carolliad bOHeiTto the demand of the ironwilled armysupported new premier p that his friend Madame JLiipeseu Ions credited with bcm a power behind the Rumanian j throne he banished froni the troubled kingdom j f Caiol found lumseir only Hie figurehead ruler 6C what had been left Rumania aftei vast tciii lonal cessions undei piessuie to soviet Rusiia and moie lecentty to Hungaty which had the batk ing ot the RomeBeilm aVis Wheie once he luled in ihe maiuiei of a medieval monarch Caiol Thursday held merely such powers as tho right to hand out mcdak com money pflrdon ciim The CaiolAntonescu bargain was leached about the time that the of 80000 Hungaiian soldiers planted thenbanners m Transylvania the province which Rumania won in the Woild war settlement and about half of which Hungniy icgamed at Vienna last veelc with the backing of Gei miliy and Italy HungnyV recent Admual Hoi thy a white ledthe advance forceof Jncn acioss the boidci al 7 a m midnight C S T In con nection with the Hungaiian maichm theie weie unverified leports of clashes in which moie than 150 Rumanian and Hungaiian peasants weie Killed Out ot the allnight confer enre in Carols heavily guarded shots were fired Tuesday night in a futile attempt at year old General Antonescu emerged Thursday victor in a virtual gaiys new and enlaiged lole as the mihtaiy ally of the Rome Bel Ijii axis in protection of the Dtinubian basin agamstrRussia The first unit ot 2000 men ciossed mlo Tiansylvama at KLS maija at 7 a m midnight C S TJ as vanguaid for Tnoccupying force ot 80000 By the aibitud awaid of the Getman and Italian foieign minis teit at Vienna AUR 29 Rumania handed back noithem Tiansyl vania an aica of moie than 17000 iquaic milch with a population of some Horthv formally accepted the city on behslf of Hungary iu a square jubilant Hun garians threw flowers until the principals stood kneedeep in roses Thirty thousand persons cheered as the legent arrived and ap plauded lengthily as speakers re Hungarys struggle to re gain her World war losses and ils rrccnt success The Vienna award restored to Hungary near ly half of all the teiritoiy she lost to Rumania by the World vwr treaty of the Trianon 4 35 The United States navy yard and private drvdotks in the Boston area were ablaze with activitj as number of the 50 overage Mated for transfer to England were prepared for tho change e mi u 11 bid CIA IU1 llili UllilllEC of title The navy refused to mention any of the ships but one of the old ships being Worked on was the Hcrnuon shown heie in a private dodock minus her forward gun US DESTROYERS START AWAY 2 More Leave Boston Apparently to Join Early Contingent of 3 Hitler Protest to RAF Is First Def ensiveTJtterance German Aviators Have No Training in Night Bombing Activities By J W T BOSTON o moi e ov ei i United Press Expert 1 igc dctiojeis led by the Al HiUei s speech in Beihn Wed laiilu dcstiojsi fleet Hagnip has special inihtaiy jntei movcd out Boslon linboi r1 betdUhC of itt ippejl to Gteal nr TrxurevrtriviA itowdld Cuwd Thuidty appiiI Biluun roi mutual legation or CLUI TRANSYLVANIA ently to join at sci the fust con night dn bombing Hitlei des fioin theungcnt nf thicc dlicady cnioutc cubed ihe mght attdcKs as use LOOK INSIDE FOR Rumanians Join Death Legion Unconfirmed reports border Thmsdjy foi tiaiibfci to he navy The said lhat 3500 demobilized Ru manian soldiers have volunteered in a death le gion1 to icsist Hungaiian occu pation oC the teriLtory The men weie said to pledged to leturn to the conciete forts ot the Caiol line m the vi cinity of Oiadea which is not due to be turned over to Hungary until Friday Behind the foittess walls vol imteeis weie reported ready to to the last man to show the vvoild that Rumania has cour age A Rumanian official here as serted he had heard nothing ot any oigamzed resistance but le porfs in Hungaiian and Ru manian circles said a Olono Stiat would head the death N S accompanied by the gion destioyei tcndci Dcnebuli The This it said wasicgjidcd S S uis by Rumiman general staff as a ito heie pinely private undei taking deJneiy pioceedcd it full speed heie on 10 olhcis of the op dc involved iii the trade for Atlantic cods naval diid an babes Moie of the ships in llic tiade were expected to following the destroyei Miclven zte vvhicS steamed into the har bor soon after dawn Their njmcs painted out Ihe fust two older deslroyeis leaving Thursday flew ihe Ameiiean flag but no commission pennants They wereidentified numbers as the Herndon and the Welles 1180 tons each TJie ciestioyers now at sea were expected to meet at a piedcwg nated point outside ihe 12niile limit Tiicl pioceed pcihips In Hali sncl 4t seems piobable that this put of his spcccli xvas due to of the Goinwii disquieted by hostilities in the darfc Xlie fucluers protest marks Ills first defensive utterances since the beffinnlnsr of Hitherto lie has aluajs spoken entirety about forthcoming of fensives Wednesday however he indicated that Germany fvanted to moderate the war by eliminating raiding ft is strange that HiUei thus lues to lay down iules limiting fa coup detat words alone accomplished by Close associates said the new dictator had fashioned his own pattern for rule ignoring foolish trappings of monkeylike imitations One of the gencrals fhst acts after taking oath js premier at dawn as to order the art c it of General Banghuwho as ihicf of gendaimes supeivised the mats execution of the non guard as of former Piemicr Armand Cahncscu Kanghu uaj Cahnescu s 1 biothciinJav incc of Gciman aviation sfrengln land hipiomisc 1n the Gcimal people that they would nave m mSlci v ovoi Bntain It would i com that aiation plans of lhc Geimm lush command aic not jwoiktng out accoidmg lo sched ule I Hitlers statement that he wailed thiee months bctoie letali titing against British night bomb ings was intended as a moral ar gument But as a matter of fact German av tutors had no training m night navigation and opera tions It wasnecessary to impio vise instruction foi them which account for the tlncc de Arrives at Bermuda to Survey Air Base PAG I 2 MERCURY RISES AGAIN IN IOWA DES MOINES IP Tempara tures were expected to touch the 90 degree mark in Iowa Thursday for lhc fust time smce Aug 15 Reading thiougUoutthc state in m hlltlliR unci the past 2J hours vvcic about foui i Ciman air dcgiees above normal the vveatliej mahf tauK buieau rcpoitcd Thuisday mom ing and DCS Monics was fia a be useless ihv Predict Profitable Income for Farmers STATE PAGE STRONGER U S HAND IS SEEN FOR FAR EAST American Attitudes Toward Japan Expected to Become Keener WASHINGTON U f Admin itration sources Thursday intei ircted Seuetaiy ot State Coidell lulls double Wfumnfi to Japan as ndicdtion that the United States vitl icly on its destioyeipCor jases ttide with Biitain to play a bolder hand in the far easl They predicted that the edge ot American attitudes tow aril Japan will grow keener Indirect proportion to the strengthening of Atlantic defenses So long as Geiman military might leinains a thieat to the United States they observed this government cannot risk war with Japan and the resultimt need de fending both the Atlanta and Pa cific toasts with a oneocean navy With an offshore ling of steel protecting the Atlantic coastfrom any possible invader of the west ern hemisphere the United States i an back up its representations to Japan with a reputedly superior fleet these sources obteived First of Hulls public statements dealt with Fiench IndoChina wlieie Japan is leported to have delivered an ultimatum to local of ficials demanding the right to transport Japanese troops tlirousi liidoChina and to use IridoChina poiN as bases fiom which to cmry on the war with China In this statement Hull brake a long standing lule of nol making fnim al official tomnuuil on the basis of unconfirmed pirssloports paiticulaily when the United States tplalions with a foieign involved Hull said In the absence uf ofUcial confirmation of the re ports of a Japanese ultimatum to the authorities of French IndoChina this government 11 reluctant to give credence to the reports now under reference The situation and the subject to which these reports relate how ever is a matter lo sovcnrmenntltaches imnorlancr and it stands to reason that should events prove these re ports to have been wellfounded the effect upon public opinion in tlie United States would be un fortunate The othei statement ietoiec to developments at the Shangha International settlement where Japanese military authorities foi weeks have insisted on their ligh to patiol the seclois from British hoops iveie withdiawn te cenlly I indicated that the Umtei had no intention ot weal oiurg demands that its maiincs suaid that pail of the seeloi im mediately joining tlie tamous Shvighai bund waleifiont where the most important Amen c m inteiests and the American consulate general aie located Nazis Claim Victories on Land and Sea STATES BRITISH ARE STRONGER WITH EACH DAY victor ies on sea in the an weic claimed by the Geiman high com mand Thuisday a few houis aftei Adolf Hitleis thieat o eiase Bntj ish cities unless the Royal Fone halts night bombing attacks on Geimany 1 Official quailwi said that Ger man nlnnes made dexastatntg laids On Bulls andiomcs Thuts day morning dostioying Bntir ish ahriaft a loss of only rlime Minister WlllStOll five Geiman planes Churchill said Thursday Declares Continuous Reinforcements Sent to Middle East Areas LONDON A special high command com munique bald that Geiman speed boats Wednesday night tin petfood and sank five fully loaded Butish ships including a 12000 tons lankei Another sleamei waadim aged U was claimed The piopaganda ivumsuv tsmli nevvspupcimpn on a tniu of Bei hn in an elfoit lo demons ate that Biihbh raideus bombing Bei 1m again Wednesday night in dicted only slight damage A high command communique admitted lhit two sections ofBei that Britain has sent a continuous stream of re inforcements into the middle east Chin chill takniK ifp HiUei s challenge said that he had con fidence ttuit Biitam svould beat in a content of will power and ciiduimci Biitam uas hetomnig Miongei dailj the piime minister addressed hotoe of tommons on the e o tommons on e hn had been bombed by the Buti ptospect intensified aeriat at ih md that IB civilians had been ack Lonam killtd m 1 noith Gciman uty 6 DESTROYERS OF BRITISH SUNK German Paper Declares U S Destroyers May OnlyBe for Retreat BEELIN Biltisb dc royers have been sunk lecently ay Uboat ant toipedo boat flotillas the high command sjid Thuisriay as Adoluh Hitlers Volkischcr Beobachtei beUweath er of tho Geiman declined Bnlain acquisition of 50 United States destioyeis might be ncrt only lo coiei the eventual gliui ousretreat tci America The high uilc ofdeVtuictiTin uf lUmis inallci wa emphasizedby the1 high Lominand as Gbvmah planes stlikiiig buk at1he Britisti ivliusp killed of 1H1MH1 HI LlKK undpr an air alarm that delayed the of Churchills speech airplanes trailing smoke that made a huse swastika In lhc shy had lolcrrupted lhc opening of the session sent thr members o basement air raid shelters and given neiflit lo Hitlersthreat of mass attacks But Chmchiil stcinlv defied th Geimans tp do then vvoisl in ton tmuation tf laidsthat lie said killed 2075 civilians in August Ncithci side has yet employed IK full air tiength he but the have been forced to use more au1 power than Biitain ias thiown against Uiem to Iji aim Even if the atUiclis weredou bled or shall omei Re al tiie exit Uongei than vvete before1 Tiic pi line minister in his iud thai IBiifain has a Viin t in HOUR hlveani ot forccnfcnls into lie middle east to oppose the Kalian f tonsup in the Mediterranean O UeslroiWNIpceiuvl in the nesday mghlon Bcilm and olhei TT I pails of Gwmany uce irpmlcd thl Lnited Slates ale centcnng dov aUacls on in the subui b1 London A special communique saitl a destioyci o the Imogen rlats lSTO ton was sunk by a toi pcdo boat flotilla in nn I on a BiitLOr convoy fiom winch 39 000 tail of shipping woreshot The lefiul uunmuniqur said Ihiee moie dcstioyois the Lslv mcl IXpic cif lie 1375lun Eclipse clas and tlie Uanhor of fie 1370ton Intiepid tins had been newly sunk by Geiman ub maiine which also look a toll of 27000 tons oC mei chant ship ping Horn one slrongly piotected action immediately litlt it VvOtild lie HU error to attempt to njakc the deal out us any tiling inoie than stated in the notes exchanged 3 Germany Jias lost Ihrei planes to every British iraft destuivwl in the Btttlc oC Tjiitiim and has lost pilots tlie latio of six lo one hie convoy hopt TIiee WDIC ulncli by Oimm British an lorce than id today is anv lime and Jfar Dearrc to I he German strength than had been expected bcsidcs IMO c mbindiines fhiinges ii Great Britain will refuse to any erritorial lie Dalkans to have i high I 00 Thuidjy ONeal Stresses Value of Export Program DENISON ONeal piesident of Ihe Amencan Faim Bureau federation told a group of farmers heie that the United States should not establish a self At the tame lima Antonescu I attel lloonlompaied to Wed I issued a proclantdtion which made neiday Keokuk icpoitcd 88 Wed while they considered Germans Hrir large numerical plane superioritv the highest leading in the clear that persecution of Caioloutlawcd iron sunrd fascist oigpni7dtion would tease Wedncidiy nigjifs low at once at Decoiah It was 57 in 53 The pioclamation mfeucd that members of the uon guaid who oigamzed Jionday nights putsch and were accused of the attempt would allow davlight attacks of sufficient tntciuilv In ffuaran fee air domination This mis judgment is the most serious C L V T the Grrman hittli command has OCnaiOr King DCCCHTieS fiom air bases in Fiance and Bel gium to Butish cities The Butish however have fai wider areas open to attack which makes Gei man defense concentiations moie difficult If the weir to foiego night air opci aliens they would have cunt means of offsetting Ihe Geiman daylight It utficient agiicultinal piogijim If cemimmobiihlc theiefme thai velose our expoit maiWet tmd go ittfrnpt to mndify the nationalistic lie it cot i niiiu5i in his own inlctcst the coin belt seven lo eighl piilhon an now ploducmR Joi export hy King Hie to assassinate Carol woufd not bertnc esf j punished Although not a member i of the iron guaid Antonescu his j its suppoit In mldmornins Anloncscu summoned all members of the outgoing Glgurtu cabinef to ac quaint them with hiS1 plans and discuss the state of the nation An hour later he rushed to the ypcrman and Italian legations 4 At noon he Issued orders re ffardinir the Rumanian press and only then did Ire begin the ac tual work of tormlnrhls cabinet Mine Iuuccu i bitlntv 1 bv both thr non gund and I nrnvv Tlmisdiv n 11 in luasun i Citj The only to applied dm ing the past 24 houis was H tratc at Sioux City hut thowci and j thundcrslotms weie predicted foi n r oMmrno n 101 Biilih leahzcd at ttic out vvett portion of the poitlon Iowa Womon 30 Dies of Bee Sting moie nearly approached German LbUcngtU Sn they have given their pilots specialized training in lhc SALT LAKK CITY U toe Willidm II King con seivitivc dernociat ictuined lo Washington Thuiday as a lame duck defeated foi nomination by KepiescntatiVc Abe lUiirdock a 100 pei crnt new deaici A conibi technique of night atta which defense is far less cffec Uva than in the day time The Butish too piacticed de fensive methods foi night ue which were neglected by the Gcr II t nauo bcat hlm EIK HORN Iowa M The sting of a lioiicy bee was blamed Thuisday for the death of Mis Lcn JVIaidscn a 30 yeai oid Dectant luolhci She died houi aflci n hoe had slunfl jplijMcinn aid tit icsulLuif in nui j fcction HUjjai nitty agjiavilrd hei tail The funciM was held r The one CeT man is the hull ditancc at the polK Tuesday when Aim dock took a Uvo o one majouty of thevotes m the democratic primary ae allowed lh ipcriully mci 1 ICCIIKICJ rf mglit nd in icprlling riifiht Bu HIT BV Clllr CKDAH llAlIDS OTiA ihip fi urn lh hnminfH ir wa IIMIIR nrm ly Hie hlo n Lo k fiainfiH fiom the hnnimct piou cd s juflvt lai vein i FORECAST Partly cloudy Thurs dav night and Friday showers and thunderstorms extreme west Thursday night Hind west por tion Friday little change in temperature IHNNfeSOTA Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday scattered ihowers and thunder storms north and west portions Thursday ttleht and in east and soulh portions Friday cooler northwest Thursday night IN MASON CITY GJobcGazctle weather Uttis Maximum 81 Minimum Ucdncsdav niffltt S7 At 8 a m Thursilav fia VKAF AGO MASimum 73 Minimum ao The Hritish iapdon OH this pic 1mr snjs it slinks a holism m Ihr London aira hlastrrt In a Grrmiu air hujnli lion tlie wall was nulled avvav rrvfihuir srclfoji i the hcnisr babirrih and clotlics in a Iostt ncro undisturbed Jrim AHnislrr Churrlillls talk llmrsclav dealt viilli honihinx
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