Mason City Globe Gazette, September 19, 1940

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 19, 1940

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1940, Mason City, Iowa HOME EDITION THI NIWSPAPfR THAT ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON THE BRIGHTj SPOT FIVE CENTS A COPY ASED WIRES MASON CITY IOWA THUBSDA ASSISTANT ATTY GENERAL GirTDies on MerryGoRound HEART DISEASE IS BLAMED AT CHARLES CITY Hickenlooper and Valentine Speak at Harvest Jamboree CHARLES Floyd Coun ly Coioner Charles Snyder ThuLs day exposed the opinion that the death of 12 year old Shhley Mae Schutter who fell Iiom a hotse on a ineuygoround dur ing the Haivest Jamboiee festtvi ties Wednesday night and died 45 minutes later UMS due to heait disease The coroner said there wete no marks on the girls body and she suffered no broken bones in the Jail and that evidence indi cated heart disease was the cause of dealh The liagic death saddened the festivities at the Jamboree which clones Thurjsdaymght The Kill was the daughtei of Mi and Alis GeorgeW Schutier who le Mde foui and onehalt miles west of Chaiics City While her father and many oih Pis watched the ghl appeared lo fall iron the horse m a faint ac to Coroner Charles Sny der She tumbled from the moving merrygoround She is sutvived by her paients and asister June who is 8 The body is at the Grossman iuneral home Funral services at St Johns Lutheran chufch Sat urday altempon at 2 ocolck with the Rev Walter tf Fritsche in charge Burial will be in River side cemetery Two thousand peisons attended the afternoon program Thursday and heardtalks fay John K Val entine democratic nominee for governor and LieutGov B B Hiefceniqoper seeking reelection on the G O P ticket Boyd G Hayes Charles City attorney was master of cere monies KGLO of Mason City broadcast the program Invoca tion was by the Rev Joseph G Morgan Blair Wood of Water loo state Junior Chamber of Commerce president spoke brieflyand mentioned the pride he had in Iowas JCC organiza tions particularly that at Charles City for its sponsoring of the Jamboree festival Cenvmske sang a God Bless America accompa nied on the electric organ by Mrs Geoige Bentley Attorney Erwin Larson of Chailes City mhoduced Mr Val entine who ditplajed campaign pamphlets distributed by Gov Geoige A WiJson in his 193s larrrpaign Mi Valentine pointed nut ton pjedges in the pamphlets and giaded the goveinoi on them gumghim 15 point Reierung to hi oun letord when he was lieu tenant the candidate taid I stand on my lecord These limes call for action he said and ue substitute ac tion foiinaction My program for 13th Night of Siege Opens in London Citizens Go to Subways Before Siren Sounds rn Antiaircraft fire opened on three London fronts Thursday night indicating German bombers were attacking the city for the 13th consecutive night Many Londoners were already in air raid shelters when the firing began As dusk fell with no new alarm since morning many had begun to fill subway tenches and platforms ready for the worst before the night alarm sounded German bombers flew to the re action includes among other thingf the uje ol some of the most impoutant social secuiity clauses such as the clauses for the vinder piivileged and needy childien and the youth pvogiam He indorsed the farmtomarket roads low cost housing faim tenancy act and merit system for stale em ployes Wesley G Henke Charles City attorney Introduced Mr Hickenlooper who pointed out the progress achieved in 94 years of republican administra tion and said that he was proud of his partys stewardship dur ing that period He mentioned the increased cost resulting from lie period during which there was a democratic admin istration TOe piesont republican admm istiatioii he claimed has yaved more than 3000000 We are in a gigantic test to determine whether the system democracy as laid down by its foundeis and proven in 150 years of history is o survive We shall have lo decide pn whether any one individual is hev asserted Before traiedy a hute parade had been held with 35 beautifully decorated floats participating If was a mile long parade one which seemed to ffive the Jun ior Chamber of Commerce sponsored event a successful start The seven beauty queen con testants iode on various floats at tired in dainty fall formals No ticeable among the floats was an oiigmal float planned designed and decorated by the Boy Scouts of Chailes City The Vocational Agucultuie De partment of the lotal high school also had a float which they had planned and made themselves A number of the floats were drawn behind tractors Crowds luiecl the sheets along the line of parade which was north on Main street to the rail road tracks then south on Grand avenue to St Marys bridge Two bands were m the line of march the Charles City high school matching band under the direction of Leo Schula and the Rudd high school band under the direction of Leon Kuft Following the paiade the barn dance fiolit vias piesented on the pldtfoim in Central park The Tune Tosseis played loi the newed assault er Englands east and southeastern coasls and the air ministry leported thiee shot down in morning fighting one over East Anglia of London and two off the southeast Londoners traveled lo work on buses which crawled through damaged streets and atone de vious detours and surveyed the battered facades of business buildings newly damaged in Wednesday nights d u s kt o raid which reached a new peak of intensify A poition of the piesa laised new demands for deep bomb pi oof shelters to tiiy wavm and samtaiy protection for the long winter months ahead and suggested removal of the aged and infirm from the huge city and its widening areas ef devastation Moderate gales whipped up whitecaps on the English Channel and there were indications of rain before nightfall bad omens for any invader attempting to cross from theFrench or Belgian coasts Tremendous loads ol explosive ere dumped by the Germans Wednesday night principallyin soufh London but also in central London and in practically every other port oE England as Lancashue e Bark shne EsseV Sussex Kent the Midlands noilheast and south west One Mcrsfyside district re ported an extremely savage bombing which lasted several hours More than 100 bombs were dropped New and damage in Central London included the Peter Robinson depaitment stoie at Ox ford Cucus the London county hall just across Westminsler bridge from the houses of paiba ment the courtyaid of the world famous British museum the Wal lace Art collection courtyard the Inner Temple law courts library and the public records office Oxford and Regent streets two of the ends busiest Ihor oughfaiesr were closed to traffic German planes were destroyed in Wednesdays air battles the air ministry said Twelve British planes were JiWI but nine nf their pilots were reported safe NAZI FASCIST CHIEFS CONFER HINT NEW MOVE Italian Editor Says Balkans Discussed by Ribbentrop Mussolini HOME official com munique Tfcinsday night described as cordial the two hour con ference of Beriito Mussolini and Foreign Minister Count Galeazzo Ciano with Germanys foi eign minister Joachim vfit Ribbeh tiop The confetence was believed to concern political and territorial changes in the Balkans The comunique offered no in dication as to the subject and decisions if any reached in the discussion by the axis repre sentatives The dujcusion was held m the presence of D1no Alfien Italian ambasador to Germany and Hans von Mackensen German ambas tadoi to Koine The suggestion that the meet ing conceined Balkan affairs made by Viiginio Gayda authori Italian editor who often voices the thoughts of Mussolini Ribbejitrop who arrived on an arrnoied train was geneially ex pected to discuss war problems in volving Spains position towaid the axis powers and the campaign against the British empire m Noitli Africa But Gayda putes pecial emphasis on the axis pro gram for a new order in Europe pavement dance which held m the evening on Kellv street betv een Main and Wisconsin stieets Noticeable on the midway were homemanaged food stands and the ferns wheel and merrygo sov eminent al ieaq 90 persons weie killed and 35 injuied Wednesday night in London This compared with 30E hilled and 1937 injmed the nigh of Sept 7 the highest casualty lis of any single night A press campaignagainst Greece recently aroused specula tion as to possibility of a fascist e ard the Aegean tea Since the strong attacks aeainsl the British isles and the British empire are continuing as scheduled the avis powers already are fn a position to think about the construction of a new Europe freed from the weight of defeated hegemonies Gayda said The Ribberittcp visit otcuis at a moment when important south eastern European problems have been settled but naturally not all problems can be consideied solved as a icsiUt of the Vienna confer ence desalting in partitioning ot The results however piove the possibility of obtaining specific solution for important political and tcriitorial problems Hibbentrop came here lo talk with both Mussolini and Foieign Minister Count Galeazzo Ciano He arrived at 12 55 p m a m C S T In the past Ribbenlrops meetings with Mussolini and Ciano have been forerunners In stirtlinff military or political developments The purpose of Ihis trip was not jet revealed W TUP had antiantiafl suns fore and aft manned by ciews oC eighl men each if United States district attorney Is in Hospital as Victim of His Own Toothache Remedy SHREVEPORT L 2 yeai old Negro is ill in Chanty hospital a of his toothache remedy When an aching tooth peiMs tentiy pained him he filled lus mouth with kciosene and icsolved to keep it thcie until the pain ceased Aflci an hoin her fell and swalloaed the keioseno U S Starts Printing of Draft Forms WASHINGTON iion of cUaH legistiation foinis 101 pi in tingbegan Thuiday wilh master topics of the fnt Joui blanks speeding by an mail to the 48 slates where they will be re produced by the millions The forms enroule were the first ol the series of 64 cards questionnaires placards book lets and the like which will be needed fn the huge task ol en rolling 16560000 men next some of military service ThY ultimate coat of all draft print ing is estimated at Piepanng in advance foi the operuiioii of the drift vhich the president is expected lo call into official being Thuisday army and scleclue service officials estimated that 32000000 egistiation cnidt 24000000 icgis ration certificates and 24000000 questionnaires would be icquned As the punting oideis went out diatt organisations already veie taking form in anticipation of piesidential action Illinois named 284 fhieeman diaft boaids subject to official appointment by Mr RoosRieU While its action vas the first to be leported to Washington headquarter other tales weie believed pursuingimli ar courses A house appropriations sub committee meanwhile called Gen George C Marshall army chief of staff to testify at a closed hearing Thursday on President Roosevelts request on funds for starting the draft Mi Roosevelt nskeci an addi tonal cash and S207000000 contiatl aulhoi ia foi the aimy navy rind othei ROS eminent blanches puticipat ing m the defence informed souitr sjid these sums uould be sufficient to meet oxpendituics for diaft tiamees and mobilized national guardsmen until well into the 1941 calendar U HASTINGS GARNER DIES Prominent Attorney Succumbs in Mason City After Illness Irving a Hastings pionn vient Garner lawyei died Wed nesday at 530 p m in a Mason City hospital of cardiovascular renal disease Born m Coiwith Vt May 9 1888 Mr Hastings moved to Iowa in 1888 with his parents and in 1892 located in Spencer After practicing law in Algona he moved to Garner in J918 He was mairied to Emmp K Miller at Spencer Sept 8 1914 He was graduated from Culver ac ademy in 1305 and received his LLB degree at the State Univer sity of Iowa in 1910He VBS a member oJ the Ameucan Legion Masonic lodge Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Phi a legal fiateinity funeral services will be Satur day il I g m in thp Hastings home in Garner in addition to his widow he is Hiivivedby Ins son Charles D who wds a pailner in Uw and two tjsfeis Mis z M Donend New YotK City and Mrs W J Wiese Springfield 111 Mr Hastings was outstanding m the University of Iowa foot ball hibtory Fat as he was known m sports en ties cen ter on the S U I team year NEW YORK TIMES BACKS WILLKIE NEW YORK fPt VoiK Times which The New rted The Weather FORECAST Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday nijht and Friday cooler north west Friday MINNESOTA Con sldcrable cloudiness scattered showers north Thursday night and northeast Friday cooler Friday and extreme west Thursday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette statis Maximum Wednesday 83 Minimum Wednesday night fiB At S a m Thundaj 70 YKAfl AGO IVIaviiniini 77 Minimum Jn IIL ujjjjijL ivu D Roosevelt Jot dcnt MI 1932 Hild 1936 came out ns a thud Clm in an eclitoiidl suppoi ting Wendell L The Times AH inclependent demoiinht has not 1 icpublicnt picsidcn lial Ijindicijte since 1908 ing that it was rnAmg its choice m one of the discs ot this nations histoiy the paper it those Willkic primaiily tm Ihcse icdsonb Because wp believe he is bet tci equipped than Mi Koosevelt to piovide this countiy uith an adequate defense because we be he is a piaclical liberal uho understands the need of increased production because believe that the fiscal policies of rh Rotuevelt have failed disastiously becaute we believe thai at a time when the tiaditional safeguaids of clcmocrioy uc falling cvoryuhctc il it parlicufai ly important to hon m and picsoivc thr Aninican lia dition aRavnil cbling Die pnoi mous pnvns of Jic picsidcncy m the hands of any man for ihrce consecutive terms of office WILLKIE LAUDS HIRAM JOHNSON Indicates Relation of Defense to Industry May Be Discussed ABOARD WILLKIE TRAIN EN KOUTE TO LOS ANGELES After tailing thioughout south eui California for icolection of Senator lluam Johnson as A gieal ighting fcailess libeiai Wendell L Willliie tiaveled to Los Angeles Thursday to amplify his on domestic issues Although the republican pres idential nominee did not dis close in advance the exact sub ject for an evcnin address at the coliseum his days program contained a hint that he might discuss the relation of the de fense program to American in dustry His schedule allowed trmc to vim the airplane plants of Noith Ameucan aviation and the Doug las Airciaft company Nazis Plan Retaliation on British Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS call foiunlimited bomb waifnie on England in re talialion foi the lepoiled bomb ing of a German hospital was sounded m the Gentian PICAS Thuisday V followed cautious hints that the aerial struggle might go on through the but with new pressure ot some sor1 on other vulnerable points of the British empire Der Angrjff Pttfpaganda Minis ter Goebbels paper demanded thousandfold retaliation for the bombing at Bethel Prussia in which the high command said nine childien were Killed and I1 injured by BAP raiders Another neuspapci Nachtaur gabe iaid that hereafter not the slightest consideration Meed be taken7 lor British Civil Jans Deutsche Allgeineine Zeitunc indicated that the stonng of ac counts will be Iciiiblc The altcinoon press fmtheiirig the angiy comment 111 moiiiing pa pers was unanimous in sentiment foi eyeformieye action by the German air force There hints oL the wai in both time and space They supplemented the dec laration bv authorized spokes ment hat tangible deeds uould follow the axis parley in Romp now under way and coincided with official reports on the bom bardment of London and Eng land which pictured no devia tion from the established nature of the last n days of almost con tinuous raiding if The high tomniand Jng the last ji horns actions ic polled botnbaidmfnt n Docks and poll facilities at Til buij eminent shipyaids at Chatham til tanks at Londons Victoria doiks Several ships including a tank er wlnth were left burning The and Royal Al bert docks at London as well as other impoitant objectives Port facilities at Liverpool Chemical at Bilhngham onTyne Dncics at Noucastle and Airpoits m tentrnl EngUnd MASON CITYAN IS ASSIGNED TO RIVER TITLE JOB Appointment Seen as First Move to Break Patronage Log Jam E G Dunn United dis trict attorney foithe northern dishitt of sfv yeais Thuibdny wis appointed special assistant to the attorney general H was announced by the justice department of Washington D C Mr Dunn expects to leave Sdt uiday to consult with affinals of the justice department on his new duties The department announce ment stated Mr Dunn had been assigned to the lands division and would be in charsreof the title and condemnation work for known as the Upper Mississippi 9foot channel proj ect Ills work will deal with condemnation proceedings alone the river from St Paul down to Memphis v The appointment was seen by Political obici vei s as a highly MB imficMiit one It if regarded first as H signal recognition of the Ma MII Cityan ho now becomes ac luely identjfed with the office of Gen Robeit Jackson Secondly the appointment s expected to open tho way m the appointment of T E Diamond of v i o fls Attorney and Mid Bicimjnn Deiorah as mat mtoimed persons in the national capital stated the nominations of the two North Ibwans was expected to be sent to the senate by President Roosevelt soon Mr Dunn stated that he wW office he bis held the Dunn has been jm en fm record of Hany M wlro R Reed Waterloo lepublitan sneA The Mason iyin has bren A pi eminent fie P in Iowa and middles est dem on a tic cirUes for years As dcmn iiatii vndidatr for gmej noi m 10U he came 1700 of being elected DIAMOND 1HEUMANN APPOINTMENT SEEN DESMOINES demo ciatic snmces Thuisday EriVrfVVI1 thc of tduaid G Dumi of Mason City as special Httoiucy gener al in Washington might mean thr Pditys pationage logjam in loud is beginning to break up Dunn ledeial distict attoiney lor noiLhein fowa tonk active put in the uniyccesslul Scnatoi Guy TIGERS WALLOP ATHLETICS 132 SPORXS BULLETIN DETROIT tm Behind the eighthit pitting of Floyd Gicbell just lecalled Iiom Buffal Two Are Victims of AutoTruck Crash North of LeMars LEMARS mai killed outright ind anolhci pi unary Dunns teim as distiict flttoinev pilPd in I93D nnd Senator Gif irltc K imdoistood ta hivp incndPtl to the pienrierit that T F iividiKl nt Sheldon icplacc the tison City officinl Gillette Uso is smd 1a iec oniinciulrcl the ppomtniPnl nf Heel BICI rnann of Deioiah foi nscr fomth distntt asLulled Stales maishal foi thn noithcin clistnd a pent now held by John B Keefe of Sioux Citv Dunns picsent job pays f while So000 a year Senotor Giiletfe D Ion a icc ommendetl Diamond and Bier he positions seveiRt months tigo Recently mstice drpii imeiu mfoimed luni it the the i e elphia Athletics 13 to m the fust game of A double head ei hoic ThULsday Hank Gjeen berjr hit Ins 39th homciun and hi 3Ist between them batting m ten ILIDS KILLED IN DUBlQCE DUBUQUE CPi Dubuqiiei fo fnrThuisday after live death nf U vpai olci Jfoocu ncai C Kfnnrdy ai ke collogr Ihieoquiitois of mile north uf Ihe toinci TJ neii ncie IHc Ued nesdaynight Waydr Well Doan tiuclci nd Louis Gnriin of Audubon thp victim Wello died mtlio clexnloi at Sacicd Heait hopiiHl hue A boy about 16 udmg with welU escaped serious nuun Catlle in the ti uck inlo adjoining field md them In the picsidcrr House Votes Sunf to iasi Build Barracks to tuishi House Draft sraucicd Newton Girl 2 Dies From Burfts INGTOX i kme peed to prov icle housmjr fnr tin foilhtoming toiiiujpi aimi the houje imt sent tn tiip Tliurdny n ap oiopnatKjn bill for banactis and itlior construction at army pol me measure was called up suddenly nfier Gen George C MIIshall aimy chief of btaff ap praicd bcforr tlie house appropri ations committee and urged prompt utioii in older to Rct onstiuction UMtcrt bcfoie winter to NEWTON Jean Vi Gcnnop daushtci Of Mi and D A Van Gcnncii of Kildulf accidentJ hin ns sulfeirrl Monrtw a bucket of boiling UMICI HUM 3 YOUTHS CLINTON WEasicn I0us pohT launched a sciith Thurs ojy foi thicc youthful automobile bundK v lo held up a filling sta IKN Chnton Ute Wrdncsdw nifiht foi st a4l nnd took s a hrtbulrt iciUinant Kerprl ;

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