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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITEr THE HOME VOL5 THE THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT 10 I PRESS AND UNITED PRESS WU wrjlES FIVE CEOTS A COPV MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 1940 THIS PAPH1 CONSISTS OP TWb SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 3lb REDS KNOCK ROWE CLIP TIGERS 53 Chamberlain Quits Churchill Reshuffles Jobs LABOR PARTYS ROLE STRONGER WITH SHAKEUP Leader Symbol of Appeasement Also Retires Party Post By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON Ailing Neville Chamberlain founej1 pume minib ter under whom Biilaln oiiteied the war against Geimany diopped out of the government Thursday and Pume Minister Chuichill le sJnitfled liis cabinet to give labor a more prominent role is The man whose rolled umbrella came to symbolize his prewar policy of appeasement toward totalitarian rulers re signed Doth from his post as lord president the council which lie had held since his cabinet fell last May after the illfated campaign against Ihe Germans in Norway and from the inner war cabinet Chamberlain also lesigned nis leadership of the conseualue party which he letamed when he gave nay to Chuichill as piime minister last May The authmitative Piess associa tion said it is a ioregone conclu sion that Churchill would suc ceed him as party leader In quitting the political arena Jo returri to private life the 11 year old Chamberlain expressed his unshaken confidence that under Churchills leadership Brltatn4wiariherames as sociates will succeed in over coming he forces of barbarism which have reduced a great part of Europe to a condition little better than slavery In reply Churchill expressed admiration for Chamberlains aid and said you did all you could for victory Changes in Prune Itlinistei Churchill b government announced simultaneously inci eased the si of Ihe inner war cabinet from six to eight mcmbcis but observcis vho had piedicted a sweeping le ahgnment were suipnsed both bj the limited scope of tlie alteld tions and the choice of new dp pomtees V The most important changes included transfer of Laborite Herbert Morrison from the sup plv ministry to the combined into of secretary for tlie home department and minister of home security and naming of Labor Minister EmcstBcvin and Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir Kingsley Wood to the Im portant inner cabinet Sir John Anderson who was minister of home secuiity took Chambeilains place in the war cabinet and as lord president of council Pnor to the announcement po lititalcircleshadexpected that War Secietary Anthony Eden would be elevated to the nost of foieign secietary he held befoie splitting with Chambeildin over appeasement in 1938 and also had foiecast changes mvoh ing Mmibter of Infoimation Alfied DufC Cooper and Mmislei of Air oaft PioducUon Loid Beavei bioolv Instead Eden Halifax Duff Cooper and Beavcrbrook were left in their respective offices NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN Cabinet SENATE VOTES MILITARY FUND Marks Last Major Measure Involving Defense Program WASHINGTON Sl4 000000 military appropriations killlast pending major defense measure before congress was passed Thuisday by tlie senate The bill containing funds to peacetime army at 1399441 riven liokv goes back to the house for action on senate increases which totaled 312700000 Approving tlie measuie Die sen ate allocated in cash and in contract au thority to the army It gave the navy S7r401 000 in direct apprp piiutions and in tori tract authority Approximately B5 pei cent of Ilic army s tippiopiuliun would gti towai d feeding clothing equip ping paying md training 1024441 national guardsmen md conscupts to be called into the seisice to supplement the armys 375000 regulars There was little discussion of the bfg bill NAZI BOMBERS ATTACKLONDON IN THICK HAZE Some British Believe New Luftwaffe Phase is Being Launched Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON Antiall craft bar uges so heavy as to tie up tiaffic maiked a late afleinoon attack on London by unseen German laiders Thuisday and someButish quai teis suggested that the nazi air offensive may have turned to blind high altitude bombard ment Anhauxiaft shell fragments fell like hail on the city Nazi raiders thrust at the cap ital through a thick haze in their fourth visit of the day shower Ing hombs on northwest and southeast sections Antiaircraft guns sent up constant streams of exploding steel Cabbies who in the past have plied their tiade in the woist bai Jages refused to stir Thutsday evening either fiom their outlying elands for tups into the teiitia patt of the city or from centra stands to the suburbs The attacking planes were hid den by the murk apparently find ing London only thiough use of flying instruments Some British sources said that this might mark a new phase of the luUwaffe above Will Honor Haugen Memory Norwegian Rotary Clubs Are Dissolved OSLO Nous ay o all Rotaiy tlubs announced officially Thuisday It was announced that in the future Norwegian youth would bo trained along lines patteined after the German labor oigamzation BOY 13 IS SHOT VALENTINE Nebr Bob Bailey 13 died Wednesday n blast acci dentally dibchaiged by his play mate thought the gun VSPS empty hlicuft otlio Kuue LOOK INSIDE FOR Weather FORECAST IOWA Fartlv cloudy Thurs diy night and Friday scattered slioiverji Tlmrsday night and in east and central portions Fri day not much change In cm pcrature MINNESOTA Considerable cloudiness Thursday night scattered showers Fri day partly cloudy shoucrs north arid extreme east por tion silsrlitly cooler north Fri day IN MASON CITY I S HILE GlobcGactlc weather statis tics Maximum Wednesday Ci Minimum Wednesday night 50 At 8 a m Thursday 54 Rain 01 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum 48 Precipitation ll Des Moines Postmaster for 6 Years Succumbs TAOEZ the clouds beyond antiaircraft 1ange location of London by in struments of navigation and ttien a tripping Of bomb racks f It would be impossible with such technique to pick but ob jectives within the city After the air raid warning had been on more than an hour the mounting intensity of thebarrages had turned the London haze to a glowing red Droning motors could be heaid above the ipar of the guns Heavy Losses in Holland Reported AMSTERDAM via persons w e e killed and 20 wounded at Haar lem near Amsterdam early Thursday m an aerial bombard ment which Dutch sources de scubed ns the worst since the German invasion began May 10 Fifteen bombs attubuted to BiitiEh planes brought two an laid alaims Two duellings Here wieckcd and houses m ten sheets hit gaiages and a storehouse weie burned At BeverwyU near Haailem one house was destroyed and two persons killed In Ryswyk near The Hague thiee bombs damaged or destioycd 20 pnvate homes Tluee women were Killed Britains Transport Agencies Hammered BERLIN e ham meiing of Britain s tianspoil agen docks and i aids by sea and aii was sported by the Gel man high command Thursday The Highland Paluot 14172 ton aimed Biitish meichantman it was said was among nine such vessels sunk by Uboats in the nazi counterblockade Theie was an official nazi ad mission however that seven Ger man pianes assigned to aenal op erations Wednesday weie missing against a total of only six planes known to been shot dovvn Tnc nai vvai dnetloialc sail spcoliciilly that Gciman opera tions in the past 24 hours included gieat damage to railways in the center of bombbattered London nrid heavy hits in the bond of the Thames east of the citys heart wheie the great East India anc Milhvall docks are situated RAF Makes Attack on Krupp Arms Plant LONDON thieV clouds and poor visibility Britisl wnrplanes w ere officially reported Thuriday to have struck smash iHS overnight blows at German For some 20 jears Senator Charles McNary of Oregon and Representative Gilbert N Haugen Iowas fourth nistrict labored together on arm legislation Each rose to chairmanship of the agri cultural committee in his respective branch of congress Monday afternoon at the fairgrounds in Nortlrwooa Senator now republican nonitliee for vice will pay gre It is espectefl that Senator McNary will set forth the republican party s farm plan which accepts some principles and methods cm braced jn the McNaryHauffcn bill a measure which bracketed the lowan and the Oregoniari In the affections of Americas farmerv Northwood is makingpreparations for one of he greatest day time crowds in Us history The picture above of Senator BftNarv left and the late Mr Haugen was taken in Washington or thicc ears before the GATHERS FACTS ABOUT HAUGEN Reporter at Northwood as Plans Progress for McNarys Visit John Colhn Kansas City Star leportei tcm poianly on duty with thenalronal paity publicily oigan tation heie Wednesday in quest of some malenal containing the late Gilbeit N Haugen to be used in connection with 1he visit lere Monday by Vice Pi esidential Nominee Charles L McNary of Oiegon joint sponsor of the fa mous farm bill bearing their names Mr Collins noithcvist edge of town turn to the losulai nindsland iaige luimbt i of special scats be ntmided Caiavans to vanous nciKhboimj counties in Iowa and Minnesota aie planned between now and Monday The committee in charge was notified Wednesday that Senator McNary would airive here at 0 oclock Sunday night following an important aridie1 on Satuiday at Fargo N Dak H is believed that Mis MiNuy may be with him on tms miduestein tup In bin eenl nddies on the faini question at Omaha Picsi dential Momintc Willkio slated that details of thp geneial outline he had piesented would be given m future talks by his running mate There aie leasons lo believe that the McNaiy talk heie may be the most impoilanl farm pio nouncement of the campaign so far PLANNED NEAR LOCAL AIRPORT Mason Citys Is Only North Iowa Airport Considered by House Bids lor an aiilmc uidio station ear Mason City will be received 3ct 37 at Washington D C by he civil aeronautics admmisUa lon it levealed by the As ociated Piess Thuisday but the ontiact for the woik vill not bp awarded until Mason City pio ides an anpoit suitable for tom nerciai airline use The CAA officials said the facilities in the proposal were intended or a sta tion for bad weather inslrumpnt landings at Mason City on the Twin CitiesDes Moines airline A suitable airpoit must have unauays uppiovimately 4000 feet long the officials said au ding to the Associated Piess dispatch The station would be located within two 01tluee miles of the b6t its site is unde tei mined until the site of the aii port is established Mason Cilv wilt not be an airline slop until a satisfactory airjort isprovided the dis patch quoted the CAA officials DEFENSE VALUE OF LOCAL POET STRESSED WASHINGTON Iowa airports were believed likely Thuisday to have piiorily over otheis in the state should im piovements be undertaken fn 111 interest of national defense These four and the amounts which might be spent on them nrc Burlington 5385390 Des lUomes 525000 Mason City 823016Br SIOUM City 5220995 Only 1hcsc of tlie list of 85 In addiIovi jupoUs transmitted to the e appropriations committee he iv it aeionautics adrnmis liatiwi Meie labelca is meuimg improvement primarily for na tional defense Administrate Donald I Con nolly of the CAA said the cui rent intensity of the defense fac tor will dwaif all other consideia lions in determining which air port should receive fujt improve ments Final selection ports to be impiovcd under lhe pending 580000000 authoiizaljon he said piobably would be made by a joint aimynavytommeice boaid The Jiil of 85 lown uupoiU pai t of a 4000poit schedule liansrmtled to the committee by the CAA Connolly said this list f Cincinnati Evens Series With Bucky Walters on Mound SCORE BY INNINGS Z 3 4 56789 B H n 0 ro ra m Tigers Reds CROSLEY FIELD CINCINNATI Walters sinker ball sank the Detroit Tigers Thursday and the Cincin nati Reds evened up the by winning the second game 5 to S Silencing the lats of the Tigerswith three meaalev hils Bucky brought the Reds surging back into contention for the championship of baseball v For while Bucky the Baffler was doingihis woilc his team nates went out and pounded Schoolboy Rowe out of the box The Schoolboy who got a lesson he will long remember took the walk to the showers in the fourth nning when Cincinnati base nits began whistling across ihe diamond Walteis might tiave shut out but for the fact that he bioke into two wild streaks when his sinkergot out ot contiol He walked the lirst two men vip in the balt Bajtell and Bai ney then Charley Gchunger blasted a single that scaled Baitell McCosky went all the way to thud and scoied when Hank Greenbeig hit into a double play Then Walters got back bit control and fanned the hard hitting Rudv York for tnc third out The Heds came surging back in TUI feclmd Frank MeColTniclc shot Reds Win a single through shortstop and after Jimmy Hippie popped put Jimmy Wilson singled to light McCormicIc stopping at ser ith the as the icpublican paity daughter of the late Mi Haugen coined Norina Haugen Johnson who has been designated to mtioduce Sens tor McNaiy He alsoconfeiled with i seieialofthe local gioup in thai ge OH of plans for the polilicjl lally R Pi f C Gov Geoige A Vilson and nuI Dar UfOl merous other state dignitaciCo aic to be on hand Lloyd Cunningham of Cresco piomment m agricul tural circles and sou of an eaity day leader in the Farm Buieau movement and O K Stovrc of Kensetf well known in faim co operative circles will have prom merit pails in the formal progiam The event will be held at the Worth county faugfounds at the WASHING ON Hemy tional defense American Bar C Shull of tiioux City has been named o a 10 member na rommittce of the association which serve as a dealing agency for information and plans for use by state nnd local bar associations connection with draff and ad le Veishea Spring Festival at State College Abolished AMES thp annual 3 drfy spnng festival of Iowa State college was ordeied abolished Wednebdiy night at a meehng of stu Now One All AB K Kartell ss RTcCosky ct Geiiringcr 2b Grecnberg If York Ib Campbell rf 3t Tebuetls o Row e p Corsica p Totals 11 R PO A E Werber 3b M McMtck Goodman rf might be described as long Little Series Even as Cubs Win 82 SPORTS PAGK dent divisional council and veishea faculty advisers Student planned and student produced the event would have colebiated its 20th anniversary next spring More than 30000 per sons from all over the midwest at tended the 1940 veishea The buipiisc move was an nounced by faculty advisors CA Ucison head of he daily indus try department nnd Wallace Bar railway facilities and other mili tary objectives Among the objectives the air ministry said was the great Krupp works at o Germanys biggest armament i plant tcnsiblyto lay plans for the 1040 celebration Main reason for the decision the committee said was the apathy showntoward tlie festival by Iowa State students An esti mated 1500 students left the campus during the 1940 veishea the committee added According to instructor veishea weekend has grown until now it slretches j peuod of two full weeks m an jheady short quarter thereby cutting a deep slice out of scheduled class work Although it hrfo never been bi ought tu light the Idea of doing range plan and there was no as surance the improvements would be made SENATE COMMITTEE DROPS 580000000 CAB ASKING WASHINGTON UPUThe leg islative phase of the nationalde Jense piogianv ncared completion Wednesday 7iight when appiopuation committee ap pi ov ed two measuies pi ov idmg ap piOMtnately Sl678000000 in cash and contractual authou7alions The committee howevci dealt the defense diive a mild setback by deleting fiorn one of the rneas uiei 580000000 which was to have been used by the civil aero nautics board to stait work on an airport construction program Un der it to would have been spent in the tew to build some 4000 nev air fields Opponents cmphasJ7ed that the pioposed inpoit piogiam was in a tentative stage and evpicysed confidence that when nnd it it becomes moie definite congiess mayvole the necessniy fund Theie also i possibility that the senate might icinstate the money The renatc gioup acted shoitly arter SccieUiy of the Navy Fimlv Knox told a piess confei cnte that defence chieftains aie working with aircraft manufac linen uid put chasing of fiuals in an rffoit to speed up airplane production by plme models PO A E 0 3 0 4 1 0 1 1 o in 0 31 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 4 0 0 fc 0 fl 1 0 29 3 3 24 10 1 F Ripple If Wilson c Joost 2b Myrrs Walters n cf 4 4 Ib 4 4 4 4 Totals SUMMARV 31 v 9 11 0 Ituns batUd in Geliringer Grecnberg Werber Ripple 2 Joost Myers two base hits Walters Werber Higgins Grcenberg homerun Ripple left on bases Detroit 3 Cincinnati 5 bases on balls off Roue J Wal ters 4 struck out by Howe 1 Cor sica 1 Wallers 4 bits off Rowe 8 in 3 13 innings Corsica 1 in 4 23 innings double Wer ber to Joosl to F IMcCormick pitcher Walters losinjf pitcher Ormshv plate Ballanfant VL first Basil second Klem third Time Attend ance 30640 REPORT DUCE TO SEE HITLER HOME fU poets oE a new uai p to Li be discussed by Adolf and U y with has bctu un der discussion since 1028 when college officials came near a sim ilar decision The committee said it was not unmindful of the outstanding 1940 success of the festival but addeoT that not enough students were willing lo pay the price needed for its continued operation COST S30000 DES MOINES Benito Miisolmi si Biemin cuculatcd Thuiclny cou mation 01 cist qiiiutcr The icpoited conference wi fas to be quite a plague to the Tigers firecl R single that scoied McCoimick The 40 year old Wilson slow and decrepit slopped at secOnd Then BiDv Myeis got hold of one of fat ones and blasted a tingle tin ouch shoitstop scoung Wil son and tying the score that was alt Ihe bcoimg lor that mnmg In the thud the Reds revved up Die ball game Ival Goodman bunted down the fust base line and was safe foi a single Prank McCorrmclc filed out and up came Jimmy Ripple who jjElioxttimp ago was m the international league never diearning he would be in lhe 1940 world sei ies Howe vvoiked hnid on Ripplp but onie again the Schoolboy made themistake of laying a fat one in and Ripple got a hole of it The ball shot like a olothes line for tlie rightfiela blearh cri and plopped in among thy customers for a homerun In the inning the Heds com pleted Ilic rout of tile School boy Walters deciding lo take io chances on his own ball game fired a grabsclipping double down the third base line Bill Werber promptly nri anil hit a double scoring Wallers and ringing the knell for Rour Manager Del Bnkei til lhe Titf eis waved the Sihoolbnv rut or the game and Johnny GoiMca a tooluc tame jn to pitch And s light smait ob he did for the res 0f the ball up only jjne hit Tho Tigers made thu in the sixth vviun MtCoikv nnd was foiced at second by Charley Gehnngei Hank GiPenbcrg hungry for 1 case hit walloped one all the vvny to the for n double and Gehr Oric moie Walteis tinned on t and KUC out of hcubic any fiuthei damage Mora then on Butky vaj terrific lound il cd hr n i mvcd hcie tttt these development Sirnno Sunei Spji speciu emoy Miridcnlv postpw hit depailuie fiom ilome foi least 48 houis HomeTokio whkh doiK tween Ilic of the Iowa hoard of control cstfmat cd that the setting or minimum coal prices by the bituminous coal cqmmibsion would cost the state approximately 530000 extra for a years supply of fuel for the 15 institutions under its adrmnisUa lioh Tigois ami they UithCi bioke lieu backs swinging 11 juatihcd it chop for a stuko 1 The sci tc mm es to Detroit Vj 11 clay vheie Manager Bill McKcih f me piobably will call MI Junioi Thompson in pitch The Tigers Ivill tount on ihetinvcs and tun I11C lltlS httJc rtitiiiny Bridges m militaiv illiamet A pliybypiay nr tolalions be1 game foDou s stiaLlmR powets and FIRSTINNING vsalkpd Bar ipU McCovky also walked Geh nngci slapped a single into nghl field scoimg BaHell nd sending McCosky to thud Giccnberg gioundcd into a double plaj Wcrbciin loost to McCorrhick scoring McCoskv York reported sudcien ic inforccment of lUilian forces oil her Albanian border imi wis lushing defense picpaialions in event of nn Italian move Reports circulated here tiiat Russia s piemier and Toicign Minister V M Molotovmiglit be a participant at jhc Bicnnov Pass discussion hut no authority was cited lor this nimnr c out Txvo runs one hit errors none Icfi was 1hiovn out M McCoimitk stmck out Gixxi   

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