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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH HMIOW e MEM 4 DAI LY EDITED FOI oes HOME EDITION THi NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS AIL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VOL XLVI ICIAIED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRES FIVE CENTS A COPV MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1940 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION NO 312 RECOMMEND 595 ON DRAFT BOARDS Reds Whip Tigers 5 to 2 and Even Count for Series SCORE BY INNINGS 12345678 R H E Reds BQDDQBQO DO Q Tigers QEDDQEIEIQQ B D BRIGGS STADIUM DETROIT Big Paul Derrin ger pitched the Cincinnati Reds back even with the Detroit Tigers Saturday with a 5 to 2 victory in the fourth game of the 1940 world series gei allowed only five scat tered hits FIRST INNING walked iVL Mc Coimick fenced Wevber at second York to BartellGoodman doubled to the left field coiner scoiing II Coimick F McCoimick giound ed out Hlggins to York Goodman going fo third Ripple hit to Hig gins who let the ball go through bis legs for an euoi Goodman scoimg Wilion fhed to McCosky Two runs one hit one error one left called out on slnkes McCosky walked Gchrm gtv hit Snto a double play Joost to Myeis to F McCormick No runs no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING singled Myers foiced Joost at second Higgins to Gehringei Derringer fanned Wer bei singled sending Myers to Ihud M McCormick bounced out Trout to York No runs two hits no errors two left fhed to M McCormicfc York walked Camp bell iovatA 40 Werber cinoTojJUaiiirvrtfng Higgins took second on the throw to third Sullivan was purposely passed filling the bases Trout grounded out to F McCoimick un assisted No runs one hit no er rors three left THIRD INNING Axis Hints New Plan to Attack British ITALIANS U S FOR GIVING AID TO BRITAIN In Northwood Monday Wilson on the base line No runs one hit no errors one tfft Hied to M Mc oimick McCosky grounded to Vlyeis who made a low thiqw to iist and the lunnei was safe Myeis was charged with an eiror Sehiinger fhed to M McCorrmcfc McCosky holding lust Greenberg flied to Ainovich No runs no hiis oucerrorfoneleft EIGHTH INNING lined to Gicen berg Derringer giounded out Hjggms to Yoik Wcibei singled off McKams glove thefi Werbei took second on a wild pitch M McCoimick singled to left scoi ing Weibci Goodman fouled to Hlggins One run ttto hits no er rors one left i giounded out Myeis to F McCoimick Campbell fanned Higgins giounded out Werbei to F McCormick No runs no hits no errors none left NINTH INNING McCormick singled to Tight Amovich sacrificed Me Kam to York Wilson grounded out Gehringerto York F Mc Conniclc moving to third Joost grounded out Gehringer to York one hitno errorsone left lifted a fly which f McCormick took on the grass behind first TebbeUs batted for McKain Tebbetts giqunded out Deiunger to F McCoimick Fov batted for Bartell Fox flied sipgled F Meilo in left field No runs no hits no errors none left Cormick singled sending Good man Jo third Ripple doubled to left scoring Goodman and send ing F McCormick to third Clay Smith lookie righthander trom the Texas league replaced Trout in the box for the Tigers Wilson rolled out Higgins to York Joost poppedto Gfihringer Myers was purposely passed filling the bases Derringer forced Myeis at second Higgins to Gehunger One run three hits no errors three left giounded out Deuinger to F McCormick Mc Cosky walked Gehunger ground ed out Myers to F McCormiek McCosky going to second Green berg doubled down the left field line scoiing McCosky York walked Campbell fanned One run one hit no errors left FOURTH INNING walked M Mc Cormick doubled to tight and Wcibei raced to thud Goodman flied to Gieenbeig Weibci stoi uig md M McCoimifk moving to thud alter the catch r McCoijvAvcrill iniclv popped to Gehungci Ripple McKain p was purposely passed Wilson fanned One run one hit cr left popped to F TOTALS McCormick Sullivan fouled to Werber Smith fanned No runs ho hits no errors none left Reds Even Up CINCINNATI AB H II Werber 3b S 2 Z INI nicCraick cf 5 I 2 Goodman rf 522 F MeCmick It 5 Ripple If 2 Arnovlcb If 1 Wlson c 5 Joost 2b 5 Myers ss 3 Derringer p 4 TOTALS DETROIT Bartell ss t McCoskyj cf Gehringer 2b Greenbg If York lb Campbell rf Hlgglns 3b 38 AB 4 Z 4 4 3 4 4 5 II 27 10 R H O A 0 0 Sullivan c 2 Trout p Smith p FIFTH INNING BedsrJoost grounded out Sniith to York Myers bounced out Higgins to York Derringer bounced out Higgins to York No runs no hits no errors none left popped to F McCoVmick McCosky singled to center Gehunger hit into a dou ble play Derringer to Myeis to F McCormick No runs one hit no errors noiic left SIXTH INVIXG hit shaiply lo Higgins who thiew him out to York M McCoimick lined to Mc Cosky Goodman giounded out Gehiingcr to Ydrk No runs no hits no errors hone left giounded put Myers to F McCormick York popped to F McCormick Camp bell singled to right Higgins tnpled off the right field screen scoring Campbell Sullivan walked Avenll batting for Smith flied to Goodman One run two hits no errors two left SEVENTH INNING McKain a south paw went to the box for the Tigers F McCormick bounced out Higgins to York Arnovich batting foi Ripple fhed to Camp bell Wilsonsingled toloft Joost rolled to Gehringer wKo touched 0 1 2 0 S 1 2 0 13 1 2 0 0 0 0 31 2 5 27 16 I for Smith In sixth for McKain in ninth for Bartell in ninth SUMMARY Runs batted In M McCormick Goodman 2 Ripple Grenberg Higgins two base hits Ripple Greenberg M McCormfck Goodman three base hits Hlggins Arnovich left on bases Cincinnati 11 Detroit 8 bases on balls off Trout 1 Smith 1 Der rinsrer 6j struck out by Trout 1 Smith 3 Derringer 4 lilts off Trout 6 in 2 Innings none out in Smith 1 in 4 inning Mc Kain 4 Jn 3 inning pitch McKaln double plays Joost to Mjers to F McCormick Derring er to Myers to F McCormick win ning pllfher Dsrrlnger losing pitcher Trout Umpires Basil A plate Klem N first Orms by A second Ballanfant N third Time 206 Attendance 54093 Hitler and Mussolini Said to Have Mapped New Assault on England By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS Authoritative souices m Berlin hinted Saturday that Adolf Hitler and Beruto Mussolini had decided upon a definite plan of action agoinst England at their Brenhcr Pass conference Friday While a German spokesman observed that England is vul nerabte in many places and that a will be struck some where the Italian ress contin ued to scold the United States for its British sympathies and included flie Turks as enemies the axis powers Stalling the Iiftli week of Ihe aerijl siege of London naziplanes stipaked in force auoss the Kent coast Eight Germanplanes the British said had fallen by mid afternoon The Italian high command im porting on the war in Afuca elaimed that speedy Italian col umns had routed British tank and armored car units southeast Sidi Barrani Egypt after days of apparent inactivity on that front The German spokesman who commented on tha Brenner conference emphaBrzetTr the iact that Hitler and Mussolini were ab solutely alone during part of their threehour talk The same note was stiucl by Vnginio Gayda authoritative fas cist editoi v ho declared the op erations tlie axis will now be intensified Some observers expressed fear the war might be extended to the east Mediterranean since Tur key like Greece in the past lias now been berated by the Italian press Greece manned herdcfenses on the Albanian bolder and Turkey took extraordinary emergency the sale of all stocks of goods in customs and waichouses within 80 dajs in creasing the number of working hours on railways and in majoi poits and suspending weekend holidays Stormy wind and wintry clouds had cuitailed the war m the air Fnday night but the Germans were quick to take up their iaids Saturday Foi the flint time in ueeks the Biitish an foice let 1 night pass foi ays into Germany 01 bomb blows at nizihed bases Lone Geiman bombeis attacked scatteied taigets in southeastern England the Midlands and Wales andgave London twoalarmsdur ing the night but a Biitish com munique said tlie raids were on a lestncted scale and casualties few SENATOR CHARLES L McNARY OF OREGON Vice President to Give Major Talk on Agriculture at Northwood Address Will Be at 2 OCiock Monday in Worth Fairgrounds WIDE REPORTS HEARD OF NAZI CHANNEL PLANS German Engineers Go to Africa Fascist Pilots Are in France BERN SwiUeilmd tral as well as British sources Sat urday night placed mounting cxe denceiii what at first seemed to be axisinspned leports that Gei man channel and Noith sea foices have completed last minute prep arations joi invasion Ot Britain and await only the woid go Similn icpoifs from the Med iterranean indicated that Italian foiccs all set foi a land towaid and mid down the Nile valley from Eth iopia At the hmic lime Spam Was salt to be icady foi a tiy to snatcl With air and scd aic fiom Italy and land aid from Gei rnany despite axis assertions ilia Spain is icmaimng nonbclligei cut fiom Italy biough reports that German army cngin eeib and specialists and even sgivu Geiman troops had been movin steadily through the Bienncv Pas into Italy and acioss the Med iteiranean to Libya to butties Italian African forces Others weic repoited to hav flown to Italian positions on tt upper Kile m Ethiopia Tiavelers from Germany brough the report that 500 Italian plan andJOOOftSTiafriryeFs navigate and air gunners now are in Ge manoccupied France and the lo countries to help in an dttempte invasion ot Biitain Italians Said to Have Routed Tank Units Near Sidi Barrani ROME IP Fast Italian columns were icported moving Saturday by the high command to have routed British tank and armored car units southeast of Sidi Barrani in a sudden resump tion of war activity on the Egyptian front EDITORS NOTE Tins news story about the political rally to be staged in Northwood Mon day Vice Presi dential Nominee Charles Mc Nary as written by John Collins of the Kansas City Star following a visit In the hometown of the late Gil N Haugen Wednesdaj He was representing the publicity department of the national re publican central committee The McNaryaddress in Northwood is expected to be one of the most important utterances on the farm Question to be made by the republican banner carriers in the entire campaign Monday will be McNaryHaugen day in this Northern Iowa city Chailcs L McNary speaking in the home of his old Jellowcrusadei in the pto neer days of the battle to help faimert addicts idlly of lov aand Minnesota taimcis Hc liaiga for vice president 1ms been charged by his running mate Wendell to take the lead in iliscussinff farm legislation In oncuine talks of his camnaisn Senator JIcNary lias been stressinsr one of the chief points iii the original Mc NaryHaiiien measurerrtlie ne cessity for segregation of the portion of a crop used for do mestic consumption from that which ulust go into exportable surplus so that the farmer can liave the American price for the portion used domestically Senator McNdry will speak at 2 oclock Monday afternoon at the lairgiounds here He will be in troduced by Mrs Norma Haugen Johnson wife J O E Johnson Worth county farmei Mrs John son daughter of Representative WILL TALK AT GALLERY FOKT DODGE Bui loughs cuiatoi and seuetaiy i the Detroit Institute of Arts lion gne 1 gallciy ttllc at the Blanden Memoual art gallery in Foit Dodge at 4 ociocl Sunday afternoon owa Leading Coyotes 13 to 0 at Half IOWA hgifeand ootball fans Satuiday saw the lawkeycs launch the 1940attack ilmg up a scoie of 13 lo 0 in owas favor against South Dakota mveiMty at lie half Coach j Sddie Andeison itailed eight ophomorcs against the Covotcs lson kicked out of bound n the Iowa 38 line circledhis own elt end to the South Dakota 48 or a fust down Youel went luougli left to tlie 45 yaici me but Iowa was penahred ardsjfor holding Johnson cuishcd hrougli left tackle to the South Dakota 45 Johnson iruide C Youel out of bounds on the South Dakota 28 South tvicd his awn left tackle foi fom jaids Sums stopped foi no gam Wallace kicked to Youel on the owa 22 and he was foi ted out ol bounds on the 28 picked up thiough center YoucVs pass to Gilleaid was good for JO John on failed lo gam Gilleud bucked hrough right tackle tothe South Dakota 42 Johnson picked up 1 iVt down on the 40 Johnson went around right end to the 30 Lxillcard went wide around lelt end to the 28 Youel lost a yaid Gilleaid scored Hiss at tempted placement uas lou Siiore Iowa 6 South Dakota 0 Youel kiclved off to Foi ney on the 20 who fumbled but Solbeig iccovered on his own 27 South cracked right tackle for 4 jaids Cm the third Wallace kicked to Youel who returned to the Iowa 45 on a IB verse was forced out ot bounds on the South Dakota 47 Youel lost a then gained 3 Youel kicked to Burns on theJ5 who Waslirt by Paiker on the South Dakota 20 South quiiiv kick went out ofbounds on his ovvn 36 picked up 3 John sun went lo the 30 on a reverse Yuuelpassed to Parker uathe 21 and wasbrought dowii oi the 14 WILSONS LIST HAS MEMBERS ON 119 GROUPS Physician Attorney and 3 Others to Serve on Each Local Board DBS MOINES Geoi gf A Wikpii Saturday recommended to President Roosevelt the names of 595 lowans to scive oil anrt 118 local rtiaft boaids undei the fedeial mililaiy conbcuption act Each of the suggested umtb con tisls oi thiee icgulai boaicl mem i pnybicum and aivattomey After the draft numbers have been drawn following the Oct registration the boards in general have the power of determining uho Miall be called fnto service if Each county in the slate have at Jeasl one boiid and Die following counties will moie tlimv one unit Poll Woodbuiy and Linn thiec Scott Dubuque Pnt tau itlamic1 AVapello Lee Weh Turn to Page 7 For story and pictures of Cmn GordoCounty draft board members Haugen campaigned tnough the fourth distnct With hci father who served seventeen consecutive Naiy H o presidential the lepubhcan vice candidate is blill The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy slightly cooler extreme northeast Satur day night Sunday partly cloudy scattered showers cooler north andWest MINNESOTA Fair slightly cooler Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette statis tics Maximum Friday 15 Minimum Friday night 46 At 8 a m Saturday 58 YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 47 Precipitation 54 Extended Outlook CHICAGO JP Extended weather forecast for the period Oct 5 to 9 Upper Mississippi perature will average above nor mal trend cooler Saturday rapid ly warming middle oE period fol lowed by cooler late in period Rainfall will average above nor mal except near normal in Illi nois rains occurring chiefly in middle of period teims 01 thirlyfoui ycais in the house Mis Johnson is a cloc p to the extent of what the traf fic Mould bear if if Now the idea ij being m many quaitcis as the piopei appioach to the solution of the farmers problems How the name the original measure has ie mained in tlie minds ot faim people was i elated by Leon S Barnes editor of the NoithWood Anchor He told of a woman who asked foi whom she said she was going to vote icplied Hnugen You mean McNary dont yoa she asked canying on the crusade for the Rival Candidates for VP Will Ride on Same Train ST PAUL Minn candidates for the vice presi dency of the United States bringtheir campaigns to St FaulSaturdayiilghtaboard the same train Northern Pacific railroad of ficials said the democratic can didate Henry A Hallacc and the candidate Sen ator Charles L McNary of Ore gon would come hare on the North Coast Limited arriving at p m McNary will stay over night Wallace will continue to Chicago McNarys drawing room uill be four ears ahead of the Wal lace private car farmers which he and his old as sociate began back in the early 20s Here lived Rep Gilbert N Hau gen whose name has been Mnked for 20 that of Senator McNary in the original farm re lief measure the famous McNary HaUgen bill introduced in the early 20s It was this bill which brought forth the rallying cry used by farmer1 over for agriculture Senator McNary in his craiu fncnd of Mi a McNaiys As Coi nelia Morton daughtpi of 111 army officer Mit McNaiy at tended a gals school m Washing ton with tlie then Noima Hau gen The last 12 yeais of Represen tative Haugens service m the house was as chanman of the ag iicultuisl committee At the time of the mtioducUon of the Mc NaryHaugen bill Senator Mc Nary was chairman of Ihe agri culluie committee ot the uppei house Both men came naturally by thenmteiest in farm legisla tion since they always had been farmois Rcpiesentalivc Haugen son of Norwegian immigimt pai cnis siajted hfr as 1 fairn lund saved enough to buy a 100 acre Woilh county falm aftd was fanning elected county tieasuicr in 188S Altw beivice m the slate legisiatuic he wasnomi nated foi congress in 1898 on the 3G6lh ballot as the icsult of deadlock between two other tai didates He ieived in the house continuously until defeated in the democratic landslide of 1932 and died a year later at his home hoe When 74 years old In the latter years of his life Representative Haugen w b 0 a large man with white hair was known amonfe his col leagues as Old Silver Top with Heart ot Gold lie was the au thor of much successful farm legislation Us Idea of the nec essity of some such legislation asthe McNaryHauKen bill was based upon his conclusion the marketing of the farmers prod ucts should be carried on only Well I don t know hurt enough lo Mil him by Ins lust anal mc stcr BUifkhawk Clinton Ceiio GUI do and DCS Wtomes tuo each AppioMinately 325000 Iowa men between 21 and 35 ycais ot age inclusive aie expected to be icgistered Oct ll The noards will classify the men as their are called The board attorneys will be tlie appeal agents both for the government and for the selected men If a draftee thinks he should not go because ot de pendents the nature of his work and the like hiscase may be appealed o oneof the four yet tobecrealcd higher tribunals in the state Ihe has not pt i toiiimended suggested pcisounpl fuv the appeal boards Nor has lin decided whom he favors for the position of state dnectoi of the Johnson was downed on the 11 bcrMcc diatt Youeli pass intended foi Hixcn None of the boaid membcis 1101 was intercepted by Wallace 011 tlie three artd he was stopped in his racks South kicked to Youel onthe 47 who was lorccd out of bounds picked up 3 A new backfield composed ot AIIK eny Meitcs Farmer and Vollen weider went into the game Farm er crashed through his left tackle to the Coyotes 39 Farmer went back to kick as the cmulter ended Score fowafi South Dirttota 0 Parlicr Joe Bvrd kins Foe Mi Baines is in dim ye of local ammeornentii for the visit of Scrri ator McNary will amvc Sunday night On the piogiam with Senator McNaiy be bcv oral faimorspiomment m not th em Iowa tilclct O K Stone piesident of the Woilh County Farmei b for Willkie club which sponsoring the event and Lloyd unnmgham of Cresco Iowa will speak biiefly Ml Storre has been a leader in the coopei alive Tcamery movement in Northern Iowa and Mr Cunningham isthe j son of one of the Sounders of the Iowa Futm Buieau Fedeiation Gcoigc Wilson and olhei slate officials will be pies enl Ml Barnes a ciovvd of foui to five thousand for tlie event TO DEFEND AMERICAN FARMING ULEN Minn I jr LT fG C nci HI RE 11 nil South Dakoti Solbbrx Audtison Jftlinson miiiurr ficltl judfit Jcsp Di lincfljilsn Pelc W I Wtntn Orinncll Drake Burns Harlxrll Horner Governor of Illinois Reported in Critical Condition Homy Ill U condition andphysicians will be paid for their The doi tors are expected to have to ex amine beUven 30 and 100 mcti called in each boiid dtbliict undei Ihe expected volume of the fust draft Governor AVilson said he had inbibted that both labor and the fjimeihave adequate iepiescn tatioii on Ihe boards The unions have icprcbenlation on about 30 of the boards he gioups also weie taken into con sideration in communities where there are no unions Woilri war vcteians also ale numerically strong on Ihcicc ommcnded boards lie addcti Senile of tlic Nintli Iowa bivirds follcivv hell pioducc deulci SUUMICI LyU OimsUin Fnmcl Wavcily Haiiv Buhi auto dtralei Tnpoh Attoi ney H L Leslie Di F H Spaikt Waveily Butler county Thole Ciamci oil clcalci Paikerbuig Louis NetUeton fgimei Greece C F Shircr retired farmer Clarksville Attorney H J Caitci Allison Di C F Hodci Dumont Ccun Goido counly 1 TJav mond J Aurdal insurance Clear has taken a Nudden tuin tot the WOLSO and is mot tutlca his physi cian Dr Maurice Rubcl an nounced Satuiday Lake Hnuy Maboii City Ditcli electrician Shirley Stanfield Rube the sud Gov offiLial stitfincnt issued oiling govciiKJi s bedside farmer Clear Lake tei C Dibble Hison City Di C F Starr Maseru City Ccim Guido county 2 Adjnt Chailcs L MtNaiy tcpublican ltlpk Hcmy Hoineis candidatefoi picsidqnl told faimeis dt llus Minnesota hamlet Satuiday election of a republican ticket in November would defend American agriculture against haz ards of low prices and loss of ex port markets Ho challenged the farm program of his democratic opponent Form er Secretary ofAgriculture Henry A Wallace as a spendforpros perity policy ciiticized the ad ministrations recipiocal tiade program as a cynical example of new deal double talk and prom ised that the lepubhcan paity would piovidc lfa more satisfying and secure way of life McNary spoke before farmers of Minnesota North and South Dakota who weie conferring on the agricultural problem Gcoigc H Ludcman Uloi i mj Aljson City Atloincy I A sudden tuin foi Hie woisc Miluu Dl Thomat A Idboird His BuiUc Mason City Cluckasiw county F J upciintcndcnt of adiooh New heal I action and feeble Hib condition is critical The phyiician hJslened to Hotj nor ictieal on the siiore of Luke Ficdencksbuig R F Klalt New Michigan after executive aides had I Hampton Attoincy W It Scott announced the governor suffeied a i elapse Friday evening and that his recoveiy was not espocteti STRUCK BY TRAIN VINTON E Ttu is Di P K Gaidncr New Haropton Clay county KarlBasselt fann er Spcncci J J Ibcl farmci bpencei Olio A BjoinsUid Spen cer Attorney ClaucleWBaldwin 63 Vinton grocer was Sailed when jbpcncci D C C Collcstei Spcn his automobile was shuck by TICI tiain at a crossing INJURIES ARE FATAL KininetcountyJiTing Ellciston farmer Esthcrvillc EJ Manice lariucr Esthervillc Curtis Lar Hunter ftn merchant Maplo Hill Attor 40 Charter Oak liedhere Sal urday6f injurics received in ney S J Kennedy Eslhcrville Dr A I llccd Lstheivillc Iowa South Dakota i m automobile accident batuiday Kacite count J U Ytnrici Duci mam near lierr Tina Kansas U Iowa State Final Minnesota Nebraska Ilnal Ohio State Purdue rinar Texas Indiana Jma   

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