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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED it IST A HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS UASED JMASQN CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 MASON CITY THE BfUGHT SPOT Shelling London Germans Boast Advances in Long Range Cannon LSE NAZI AIR ARMADA Ribbentrop Puce to Discuss Destroyer Deal TWs picture taken from a recent German newsree shows a German lonjranse gun firing in practice from a position on the French coast opposite England according to Berlin sources Now Berlin has announced that lonff distance gtins apparently like this one have begun to shell London ISSE WINYANKS LOSE SPOUTS BULLETINS DETROIT A Hank Gicen ocig hit his 36th and 37th home iun of the season one u ith the bases loaded as the Detioit Ti geis defeated the Philadelphi Athletics 14 to 0 in the fust game of a doublchcadei hcic Wedne day TO ECONOMICS Wiilkie Carries G 0 P Campaign Into Deep Southwest Territory By THEODORE F KOOP ALBUQUERQUE N uTl L Wiilkie moving liii piesidential campaign into the deep southwest linked national defense Wednesday with economitr improvement as the two principal pioblems confronting Ihe United States if Rchabilition of our domes tic economy is the front line trench of any defense program the republican presidential nom inee old reporters Tuesday night He had discussed the same sub jects earlier in the evening before an audience estimated by May pi Clyde Tingley at 21000 one ol the largest crowds ever to attend a political rally in New Mexico Standing beneath floodlights m Tmgley pairk Willkie said Never m the history of lie woild was theie such i great li quid supply of capital as is iepie sented bytho savings of the people this country Likewise there never such a requirement in American indusliy for develop ment and expansion and never befdre did we have so many un employed Vow if we can bring that srrcat flood of liquid capital into our productive enterprises lo fill the requirements for their expansion there will disappear from the relief rolls those 9000 000 men now unemplojcd Tm rung to defense Willloe ton tlnued today consists or mcrh anized things all of which aie made by pioduotion The icason Gcimany isxhongei than England if she is and pi ay God she is is lhat she was pioducing U you elect me plcsident of the United States I shall bung to the government Ihe ablest production men in Ameiica and 1 will create ot them an indepen dent agency to deal with the de icnso problem ably and adequate ly 15 Prisoners Have Stew With Plentyof Meat in Des Moines DES MOINES pifs oneis at the rity jail had a stew plenty ot meat in UTuesday msht A man arrested foi inloMiitinn wav on Mis way Itome vv iih pound beef Cook up 1 big rv pivone all thcv unfit he in Bailiff Hauy Wiiglit Iff Cleveland game of a dou CLEVELAND captuiqd the fiiil eanlu ul a aou bleiieatlei from Washington 3 to 1 Wednesday behind the sixhit hurling of Veteian Johnny Allen The Indians luns all tame on ficc passes issued bySouthpaw Kendall Chase in the second m mug CHICAGO The Chicago tthtte Sox nipped the New York Yankees 6 to a Wednesday in the first game ot a doubleheader as out the their W v u in U THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 298 Is Captured After Chase in Waverly Chffoid Gies 26 eicaped convict was caphued in a chase tlnougb 1jie wct side lesidculial district Wednesday mornins and in iui auto wcie found dozeiii of aiti taken fiom tluce Butler county farm homci Sunday aflei noon and olhei items taken fiom four Brenipr county homesiiucc Labor day was capluied by AHand Thieking young Biemer toimty farmei aftei two high school idds Virgil Ndpicek and Lcstei Juhl had iioticed Giess near the lugh school wheie many cais aie paiked by students They noticed Gicss they cjuae he was ueaimg abught blue polosliiit njiun they thuuglil jesembled one stolen fiom Tluc kingi ioom Gleis wealing Thiektngs gold watch and ling when Thielcing found him hiding ih gidpe vines behind a After being chased Ivvo across lots Gress made no at tempt at icsibtance although he was canymg a loaded oneshot J2 cahbei pistol In the cor uas also found a check book stolen fiom the Linic Spnrtgs Cieameiy company office dm ins the clay last week Twelve check had been removed is believed lo be the man who passed a foiged S12 Lime Springs cieameiy company check at the Geoige Conger stoie at found in his car were taken Sun day attemoon tiom the Fred Piange and Herman Kollman faims north of Allison The Harry Brinkman farm was ransacked but nothing was taken Qress escaped from a state prison camp at Cherokee m July 1940 He was sent to Aruimoni fiom Allamikce county in 193fi for 10 yeais for biealung and enteimg Demands Ejection of Person in Galleries Waving Red Flag feT PAUL Minn dele gate to fedeiation of la bor convention lose to demand ejection of the person waving the led flag in the vintois1 gallenes The seigeant of aims had started toward the gallenes when an in dignant woman spectator stood up and piotested This aint a Im knitting foi my husband WHEAT HARVEST DROPS VICHY Prance U Europes wheat harvest founda tion its winter food supply may dicafed Wednesday that of lepoits in r Ray Murray Presents His 1000th Poem f or GG Buffalo Center Man Has Become a Rival of Edgar A Guest Take 1000 poems and place them end to you have an exact leplica of Ray Murray s litciary mileage since his daily veise three yeais ago became a daily feature ot the GlobeGa zettes editorial page His 1000th offering is contained in this issue Ougmally Mr Muuayj poetiy WEIS presented under the title of Bamyaid compila tion of the pooms thus presented was punted by him in book foim cind distributed Mr Murray turned to the title Rural Rhythm Another book Then Meadow Melodies Then Coni cub Caiols Xow the Murray poems arc appearing under the heading Harvest Harmony And sometime before Chrisfmas an olhcr booh will be orrthe press Scores of GlobcGazetlc readers have found these volumes most acceptable for Christmas Re membrance purposes FUy Munays love of poetry goes back to the days when be attended country school near Buf falo Centci In scivice duung the Woild war and later on his own farm in JVmnebago county lie the mue within the linnls of 1ii Linumstamci It nol liovvcvcr Altiltl allci his iciin ns MJI sodctaiv n IHUtlUlr llir position to vvhnli his biolhcr Fiank now that lie pursued his htciaiy bent along Edgar Guest tines Ab as the cMcnt of his pioductivencss llje vanety and large of Mi Muiiay output Many of Ins poems have been tail tales to ihyme Otheis aie 10 flections of his love ot the out doors In otheii he goesphilo sophical In all howoAci Mr Mui ray is definitely aiound on the sunny side of life mcicasing number of icrul rii luin ki thr Muuay poem each dij on tin ciiln uil pic and i hUc li icpnilcd by Ihr Davcnpoit Drmu ciat tlio olhci luvia oullcl for Kay Murraysnuise progiessi for teiiomina vfi mi nation VMpyf NEW DEAL FOE IN WISCONSIN IS LEADING DEMOS Republicans Apparently Advance in Ending LaFolIette Regime MILWAUKEE new deal ran mlo a ballot btoim in the Wisconsin pumaiy Tuesday is the icpubhcons apppiently ad vanced faithei along the come back tiail tthreh they stiuck two yeus ago in ending the LaFolIette late icguno Wllli the vote frum tvvo lliirds at the states 3034 pre cincts counted a third term foe was leading for the democratic nomination for U S senator While another was wagbigr a strong fight the guberna torial nomination Partial loturnsgave Increasing leads lo thieo of the foui icpub lican congiessmen opposed foi lenoimnation The fouiUi Joshua L Johns Uailed by a levy behind Fianeis J Dillett of Maiinette in icluuis fiom less than oneIounii of the eighth dis tant The remaining incumbent con giesamen three icpubhcans and 01 e unopposed In the tlnid were nominating candidates forlhe seat left vacant by the death ot Hariy W Giis wold Meanwhile the lepubljcans vvejre amassing a total vote nearly half again as large as the aggre gate of the progressives and demo crats The latter weie in third placr pumaiies not lesistojedby paity Tames E Finncgan former attorney general steadily in creased an early lead for tile democratic senatorial nomina tion He opposed Mr Koose vclls renomination In second place was another antinew dealer William D Carroll chairman of his parts stale central committee Far bcliiml was James 1 Kenvin The new deal candidate John Cudahy trailed Kerwin Cudahy ambassador to Belgium during the Geiman invasion was enteied as a wiitem candidate last Friday Roosevelt leadeis claiming that the othcis weie avowed enemies of the new deal Former Gov Francis A Mc Govern a new dcalei edged in front of William R CQ Callahan after trailing him throughout the early count in Hie contest for the democratic gubernatorial nomina tion CdUahm attacked new deal policies A suipuse was Die showing ot Di James K Robinson of Milwau kee who opposed Republican Gov JuliusP Hoils icnorriination Lit tle known he polled about one vote lo Ileils two Fred H Clausen who like Ileil heads a manufacturing concern built an eaily lead for the lenub hcan icnatorial nomination to sub stantial pioportions in the late 10 turhs Dr Olcnn Frank ousted from the University of Wisconsin dur ing Goy Philip F LaFollcltes Icnure received a posthumous tribute in the sevenman re publican senatorial contest though be ivas killed in an auto mobile accident last Sunelav flight Frank Garnered enough votes to rank third In Ihe in complete count Senator Robci t M LiKilIrllc piogWis was Unopposed for ronommatioh The vole fo sonatoi Republican 2314 pi Clausen 59748 John P Koehler 36402 Glenn Frank 27169 Mich ael G Eberlem 26257 Reuben Peterson 19949 Willuinj C Maas 15385Walter B Chilhen 13054 Dcmociatic 1948 1innegan 26299 Canoli 17564 Kerwin 10681 Cudahy 5001 Progressive 1828 LaFolIette 71505 The vote for goveinoi Republican 3019 Ucil 143123 Bobinson G8225 Democratic 1955 McGovern 2712B Caliahan 23 184 Raymond J Cannon 12705 Gcthatd Hagcdoin 1146 19B9 picunds Haiolcl K Stdflrnd Paul R AlMni IiSJ Philip K NrKrvi Hcniy A i Gundcison 8187 Girl Rescued in Debris home In the southwestern giavfho to pointing to Jhe wieckage ahe was extricated and was llltle her experience but did not say when the 6ccurred Hickenlooperand Valentine Debate at Harvest Jamboree Festival Features Two Parades Chooses Queen From North Iowa Girls CHARLES Qov B B Hickenlooper candidatelor iccletlion on the icpublican ticket was scheduled to moot John K Valentine foimei1 lieutenant goveinor nnd now candidate for the democratic ticket in a diamatic debate Thursday at 1 p m m Central park KGLO will ciiriy the contest pait ol the annual harvest jamboree A colorful 30 float parade fea tuiing seven matching bonds opened the jamboree here Wed nesday aftei noon A second pnade ilosc Ihe event Thuisday evp innK at 7 p m Thousands flocked lo the itv The Cliailc Tumoi Cluunboi of spotieois the two day cvpni A quetn of tUe jauiboiee and tho Floyd county queen and the City queen aic lo be announced Thuisday evening They will be chosen fiom seven candidates Maignet Louise Osboine ol Maiblc Rock Lois Stalkei of Hudd Maijone Holland of Charles City Caiol Koehler ot Floyd Phyllis Miller of Cliailes City Mauicce Gieenivood of Col well and Hayiel Helen Hubbud of Rockfoid Quiz Man Arrested in Pittsburgh on Attempted Kidnaping PITTSBURGH A Ncgio who was anebted last ueek on a charge of vagrancy was held Wednesday as a suspect in ilic at tempted kidnaping of a midwest em newspaper pubfishci in Chi cago in Ralph Monloe the Negro will be held by local officeis pending word from Chicago police whethci they wish to Question him m con nection with the attempt to kid nap E P Adlcr of Davenpoit Iowa pi evident of the Lcc Syndi cate of 12 daily papeis Three men attempted to abtluc Adlci fiom Jus Chicago liotol ioom in February 1B31 actoiding to police icpoits Two of the tno hac been appichended and the third suspect was listed as Momoe of Parley Will Also Take Up Spain Egypt LOtHNER BERLIN Mmistci Joachim von Hibbenhop left for Rome Tuesday la confci with Pre rrtitr Mussolini and Foreign Mmis cr Count CIHJO and Gcimm iources indicated that I he cs hangc of 50 Unitod States rie itioycis tor air and naval bases on Butish possessions in the At lantic fijobably would be among he subjects Von Ribbentiop i to reach Rome Thuisdav Xr v Spain uf ex treme importance in the pres ent conduct of the to be the prime sub jects of the conversations X But one Geunan iouue inui calcd Uiit the RomeBcilm axis powers were coiicernpU over the destioyer tiaiMctuin Spain It us mtlitalccl wishes to play n moie active pait in the affans ut Ihe RomeBeilm axis but is militauly unable and eoo nomically in a poor way Yet hei geofiiaphical position plus lici natural irsouicos sue such that shfe is a desiiable axis paitnci if From 3 usually reliabte souirf it was learned Hat the Rome conference is likely to result In giving legal to Spains adherence This may he in the form of a secret rcat but may also be indicated in a public pronouncement if Italys of Egypt ic gaided heie asa factor of impoit ance in the luithcr conduct of the war The Suez canal Is one ot the choicest objectives of Italian par ticipation in the warand the Rib bentrop visit is likely in clarify if any Germany to assist in the attempted con chl of Egypt Thai Geiman ate leridy to go to Olonial ueas is gcticiilly known Vaccinations M volun teers for possible colonial service has been rtn order of Hie clay The presence of Germaninctlumiyett volunteer in Ethiopia hasalso been distlobcd in the Gorman plcss With the Euiopeiii onllnent in the hands ol the IMS souices declare Gennany has tioops to pare even jflei allowing loi the maximum number considered necessary in the event of aiv in vasion of Britain said After Insaiiest on Sept 10 by Center avenue police Momoc was to 10 days in mil on a vagiancy thaigc after his failure to pay a fine Des Moines Man Is Deputy Grand Sire of International I 0 F HUNTINGTON W Va Lynn J livvm of DCS Monies is the new deputy grand sne of the Independent Older of Odcf Fel lows He succeeds James A Hagcunan of Saskatoon Canada who was elected sovereign grand suc at the orders international convention heie Tuesday by haoUtional suc cession Edward G Ludvigsen of Balti more Md and tyobeit Gioat of Washington N J weie icclettcd iecielaiy and tinsuioi J Irxvni is well known to many Mason CityOdd Fellows having been hcie on i number ol occasions WILL DELIVER MANCHURIA CHUNGKING China the ninth amuveraiy of the Japa ncsc mviMoit of Main Inn u Gcn cihKmo Chiang KaiShek in a iidio bioidiit piom ID rtrljvoi Mmichuiia ficwn The Weather FORECAST MINNESOlA AND IOWA Partly cloudy and rontlnued vi arm Wcddesday night and Thursday IN MASON CITY vventhci lie Mavimum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday nijrht es At 8 a m Wednesday 69 Rain 02 inch YEAR AGO Maxnnurn 77 Minimum 43 Extended Forecast CHICAGO Extended weather foiccast foi the pciod Sept 18 lo 21 J940 Uppci MiSbibiippi valley Tcm peiatuie above normal entile pc iiocl rising slightly d u r i n s Wednesday and Thursday in Illi nois and southern Wisconsin fall ing slightly noilh poition Knclay 01 Satuiday above noimil Little or tio inmfflJI rlm ma pciiod Illinois oulhcin Wis lonm eatcni luvva with amounls Itian nccinioiij and m and m wetein lovi Thuis tlay to Satuidij NAZIS RETURN NORWAYS SHIPS Informant Declares Germans Restoring Assembled Craft LONDON bornbci planes sinking at Gounan ima iion bombed shipping 611 centiations baigcs and Iommuni catipns in occupied tcmtoiy dur ing Ihe night while ntliov Butish vveio ntticking ccitam in GriDianv Uic nir min istry said Wednesday The now Biilish blow v as a the scathci ileaied in the channel aiei and Ihe storm winch had cupcitcl counties Germnn invasion ciaft Rave way to n ileai sky nnd n model ate loadns suit look Ihe view that nn invasion might 1P stalled a nnv nmc A tiUtvvoilhy VVLJJIIII iji foiniiin hcivvevci thnt had stn to iptun jNoiurflian ouieis hundicds jMntll shipvhtcli had been iccjui Mlioneri tm an uixasion aitempt The N n i w c g i i n statcmenl taken in some quaitoi1lo be an indication ibijt Hie Gcnnan plan fm an invasion dtlempl had bern postponed 01 alteied Just inned hcif by iu plane fiom Slockliolm Ibc infoimatit faid that tho Geinjani had icqui sitioncd eveiy seawoithy in Noiwa dunufi Die last He thit the stalled thric vv is a pcnod in tensive piepaiaticm md tiaming fot iti myHion of Bntiiin Even cavalry was sent to Nouvay lo tiam in discmbaikation fiom ship for land npeinuoiii the infoijnint Gcinia said He dt cubed Cnmau da vn ly hoiscs ivvimmrns to plioie fiom ship voxels lip in m fninunt v In ii iivt n x n Gciirtan ui iflfn llrrcl ing ihra niJt In ihfrn stoics if FURIOUS FIGHT IS STAGED BY PLANE SWARMS RAF Announces New Smashes at Potential Invasion Centers Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fighlei pflots and ground gunners met Germanys aerial armada Wednesday in a great battle east of London and were re ported to have turned back the full power of one of the greatest assaults thus Jar pointed at tins heart of the Btitish empire The British Press AssacUtlnn said that the attackers were beaten off in a terrific engage ment over Hie estuary while oftalarmed Londoners souclit HlicUcr in tic fifth alarm of the ThiOP focinitioiis of tvunon mcd bombeis flying nl isoni eet and cscoitecj bv swavm of acmut 300 in England fust Imp of defense the channel Uilfs and dioie tovwiicl smoking battered London The sky at the channel coast seemed to an Asaocialed Pics ob sciver to be full ot planes Exhaust from the highflying motors li aqed art eerie eccentric pattern across the iky At one time a witness counted 200 separate wisps of exnaust va por The massed raiders roared mil the Thames cstuso ami London anilaircraft shell ox plosions flnwerinjr their win When they were well inland tin Ufilibh flyers made battle con lacl The iilUc or inaihureRuiK aiul aerial taimoii eibocrifiom in the clouds and thr foimatioiK bloke up into a seiies of Biitam in full that eleven c and davs ot such acual assaullb nnglit hti pielude lo attempled land inva sion announced nevy IlAFsmashrs at potential lumpoft points on the continent shore About the lime the Butish and Geimnns wcie tangled in the bat tle of the Thame estuaiy llicni mnnstiy announced flint thr Ixnnbeu Tuesday iiflcinoon scoicd dhect luls bor at CKtcnd nnri hips at Zecbiuggc both Belgian pblts One Taiilcr Attacked four barges off the coast and lut tuo of Iliem die rom inuniiiuc s4iil Mhlle others bombed a convoy off the IlaRur the Xcthcrlatnls and a IIPH air drome at Ymiiidcn the ethcr Jancls la s lliiut al London lollnv ing a iccoul night ltuk Gcimmys boiubei vaMiy onlnnmbeird by then c MlmulN The tKail nutiibei of hombtis vviix undeterminecl but obeivii the ighlei ecj ui I woi piobdbly llio larRpvLcvci topjotret a Mnal iiumbci hovoiing on patnil nl aHilntlPs v i liian iJif Teet dutd on nininrla tlic TlunK r1iaiv tmoii nvi altack tiniLlrlr the Mull Mast Or liic Bnlili giuund llR gconuliecil ptlliinv laid loinratxjn vvcio Uuncd top syUnvy in the 15 Diintiti of tvvisling tlivnig ilnnbinR bilUlc in iihlch itidivicluil liRhlcis Uieu opponents in balllc iactiu old as the fighting plane Svvlftrislns British nitcririi lur planes joined the baltle from bclon js lie Hurricanes anrl hnltfiics attacked from abovr hhcll bursts from bnomtne archies studded tlic ccne of tumult An cai ly upoit on 1hc jesiilh nf I thi i niMcc snul lhit planes vscie hnt Kovfinmcnt nd it fcaiffl Kts In in the flight be heivui iliaii in 1 hoinbcis battcicrl lnm if lllp itv I hvans nnd   

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