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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS C R MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT i isa IESS AND UNITED PRESS FUU LEASED WIRES FIVE CENTS A COPY MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 7 1940 THIS PAPEB CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 313 MARCHES INTO RUMANIA First Move Since Brenner Points to Southeast Europe COMPILED FROM CABLE REPORTS German and Italian troops were reported Monday to have marched into Rumania and word spread in the Balkan king doms capital that the axis planned to construct a great naval base on the Black sea With this first new move since Adolf Hitler and Benilo Mussolini met last Friday at Brenner pass it appeared that RomeBerlin strategy now contemplates a thrust into southeast involving Turkey and the stra tegic Dardenelles Official German and Rumanian quaiten in Bucharest xiMsted reports that great numbers of naii troops tanks and guns had already arrived in Rumania were premature There were widespread bigns however that all brandies of Ger manys armed forces as well as German industry were planning to buttress the defense of Rumania Authorized nazla in Berlin described the sending of Ger man armed forces into Rumania as precautionary support ing a German guarantee to safeguard Rumanias integrity Wehavent forgotten ish designs on Baku and other oil points nazi quarters said While this would indicate that the troops were sent to protect Rumanias rich oil fields svhich supply the fuel and lubrication for Adolf Hitlers warmaehine it was recalled pledge to Rumania on Aug 30 also called for protection against any further encroachment on theBalkan king doms dwindling borders At that time theagreement was said to bate been aimed at halting Russia from any new landgrabbing coups In south Europe Dispatches from London said Ihe British government was await ing further details of reports that Germany sent troops and anti aircraft guns into Rumania their inter ests there Britain last week sharply pro tested to the Rumanian govern ment Against the reported beating and kidnaping of British subjects there particularly oilmen operat ing Britishcontrolled oil fields in Humania That German tioops aia in Hu rminia and additional units are expected Monday or Tuesday by airplane was reported by well informed sources in Bucharest Thetroops brought motorized equipment Informants estimated that ap pioximately 15000 or one dui sion would aicive by Tuesday There unconfirmed leports Pays Haugen Tribute mama up to Monday moiniiig it was reported Military clicks reported the total number o German divi sions to besent to Rumania woulc depend on telegraphic leports to Berlin regarding the need for Ger man troops to safeguard the oil in dustry against sabotage W W Germany was leported to have taken an exceedingly grave view of official allegations a plot by British oil men in Humania to put the oil fields out of action Arrests of British oil men some of whom are awaiting trial caused informants asserted that they had proof including documents and photographs that British oil men had platted to set fire to oil fields and blow up pipe lines and rail equipment Presumably it was news of this alleged plot that prompted the German general staff to move j Suggestions published1 recently by the foreign press that the Gci were oii the verge of oc Rumania were denied strongly at the time Rumanian and Italian and German inform ants said that Rumania was now he sworn ally of Germany and Italy and that at the recent Vienna conference she had solicit ed German and Italian military aid agiiintt any potential aggres sorThib request it was said re DEPENDENTS IN DRAFT DEFINED IN WASHINGTON Regulations for Local Boards Given Out Over F R Signature WASHINGTON service headquaiters Monday di rected localdraft boards to show regard for all men claiming deferment because they have dependents and to resolve all doubtful cases in favor of defer ment1 The regulations promulgated Monday revealed to have been approved by President noosevelt on Friday His signa ture save the force of law to the regulations will govern classification of the 16404000 men who will register Ocl 1G for military training A statement prepared by legal advisers ot the diatt headquar ters explained that aside from those physically and otherwise unfit tor twining the principal reasons for deferments arise from occupational status and depend ency The local boards the state ment said are given broad dis cretion in prescribing deferment for dependency subject however tothe definition pf dependent1in the law This definition includes asa dependent only anindiyiduai 1 who is dependent in such person for support in a rea sonable manner and 2 whose support in manner depends oh income earned by such person in a business occupation or em ployment In connection with occupational the statement said Occupation deferment is lelt Bucky Walters Bring Reds Victory Over Tigers 4 to 0 to Even World Series Count SCORE BY INNINGS 123456789 RHE CROSLEY FIELD CINCINNATI Walters put oneman show Monday as he pitched and batted the Cincinnati Reds back on even terms with Detroit in the world All Even Again iliat two more divisions might fol low It was reported that the Ru manian government had agreed to the entry of German troops both to guard the oil fields and to aid in training and reorgan izing the Rumanian army pos sibly with the cooperation of Italian units Infoimauls suggested hoivoici i K that the German tioop nvovcmenK j g weie a dnect consequence of charges by theRumanian govern ment of n plot by Britiilr oil men with interests in this country to blow up oil fields In Berlin the Rumanian lega tion said German troops had ar rived in Rumania to train and reorganize the army1 and that numerous Italian troops were ex pected to aid in The legation said it knew nothing of reports that the German troops would guard oil fields and air ports sulted in the GermanItalian mih taiy guaiantce of Rumanias in tegrity It was said also thai Rumanian spokesmen hod not concealed their disposition to invite German and Italian troops to help restore discipline and morale In the Ru manian army Gen Ion Antones cu the new premier had repeat edly in articles in the local news papers emphasized a belief that 1 the aimy had dctciioirfted undei Iirgely to the disci etion of the tell doubled McCosky lined to local bonds the rules and rcgu Goodman Baitell going to thud after the catch Gehringer fouled out No runs one hit no errors one left lations being very broad but re quiring tlidt the tlcteimination in each case oe based on the indi vidual status of the legistrant andthatno determent btby occu pation or group1 The local boards will rlofer any registrant who is considered a necessaiy man in his employtone left flied out F McCormick fouled to Ripple walked Wilson Higgins lined to Campbell who made a shoestring catch No runs no hits ho errors ment whenever he cannot be re placed satisfactorily and wheic his removal would cause ainate 1idl lobs in of the cs sablislimcnt in he that Ibc maintenance of his particular occupation is neces sary to tiie national health safety or interest in the sense that It is useful or productive and contrib utes to the employment or beig of the community or nation Due consideration to this point ot view is to bs given where among other things nondefer ment nould lie likely to jinpede thenational defense program the slatcmcnt Continued FOURTH INNING Tigers Greenberg fouled to Wilson York singled Campbel hit into d double play Joost to Myers lo F McCormick No runs one lift rid errors none left groundedout My ers grounded out Walters struck Shull Elected President of Iowa Board of Education Sioux Cityan Succeeds George T Baker as State President BefoVe the disclosurewas hiaclc that German troops were on the reported that German S3 stormtroops and possibly even Italian equivalent contingents might enter Rumania to protect the till fields and aid in reorgan izing the Rumanian army M if Sft It was understood t h a t the German troops who had already arrived included motorized and aviation units and that they had been based In theoil fields In northeast Rumania and between PlocstI S3 miles north of Bu the oil fields and lie Danublan porl of Giurelu from which oil Is shipped DES MOINES I board of education Monrliy Jiounccd the election of Henry C Shull of Sioux City ii boaid president Mr Shull iiiccccds Gcoigc T Buker Duenpoit who ic signcci the presidency Inst but continued on the board Except for a two year inleivul in 1932 and 1933 Mr Shull has served on the boafa since 1923 He originally was appointed by former Gov John Hommill His first teim cxpued in 1931 and in 1933 he was ictuincd to the boaid on appointment by former Gov ernor Herring He was icappomtcd year by Baker mid Anna LawDiciof Dnbuque oiitiiuil him The Germans were understood m length of service on the boaitl to established an cxpedition H O 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 10 0 2 1 1 0 6 series The tall nioundsman shut out the Tigers 4 to 0 allowed only five hits and batted in two runs one on ahomer over the left field wall The deadlocked the series at three victories each with the final coming up Tuesday FIRST INNING a rtell flied to Ripple McCosky fouled to Werber Gehr inger flied to Ripple No runs no hits no errors none lelt doubled M Mc Cormick sacrificed Bovvc toYork Goodman beat put a grounder to York when Rowe failed to cover first Werber scoring oh the play F McCormick singled Goodman stopping at second Ripple singled to right scoring Goodman and sending F McCormick to thjrd Johnny Corsica rookie right honder replaced Rowe in the box for the Tigers WHson fanned JoosLlorced Ripple at runs four lilts no errors two left SECOND INNINO tanned York fUed to CTaTrnpl el r walked Higgins singled to left Campbell stopping at second Teb betts grounded out No runs one hit no errors two left fanned AValtcrs grounded out Werber singled M grounded out No runs one hit no errorsone left THIRD INNING flied out Bar DETROIT Barlcll ss Croueher ss McCosky cf Gehrliiser 2b Greenberg H York Ib lampbell rf Hiseins 3b ebbetts c Rowe p orsica p xA vie rill xSulllvan lutcllinson Totals CINCINNATI Werber 3b AB 3 0 WILLKIE CALLS MAYOR HAGUE PUNY HITLER Civil Liberties Are Phase of National Defense Nominee Says JERSEY CITY N J Frank Hague oi a puny Hitler 31 0 5 24 15 0 AB R 5 1 M McCmlck cf 3 Goodman rf 4 F JVIoCttlck Ib 4 Ripple 2 ffllson c 3 loost 2b 3 Myers ss 4 Walters p H O 2 1 1 4 Z 2 110 22 I 4 0 2 0 2 1 0 cago in 1916 He in the nivy during the World attaining ary corps headquarters and to have effected contact withthe Rumanian genera staff It was understood also that some Bu charest army barracks were be ing evacuated to makeroom for German troops Four or fne triiiiloaoS of Gel j tentative on the RON ci nine body man tioops had amved in Ru1of the American Bar association Sir Shull is an attoincy HUNKxL received his law ftegiee at Cht the rank of ensign He was president of the Iowa State Bar association in 193839 lie has served as the loua repic out called No runs no Mis no errors none left FIFTH INNING Timers Higgins rolled out Joost to F McCormick Tebbetts grounded out Corsica struck out called No runs no hits no er rors none left grounded oul1 M JAKCoinnck flied lo Gieenberg Goodman singled F McCoimul forced Goodman it second Ni runs one hit no errors one left SIXTH INNING Tigers Barlell singled Me Cosky foiced Bartell at second Gehringer hit into a fast doubl play F McCormicl to Myers t F MeCofmick No runs one hit no errors none left Reds Ripple singled Wilson singled to right sending Rippl to third Joost walked Myers hi a high bounder in front th j plate and Corsica threw to Tebj taotts forcing Ripple at Ihe plate Walter grounded to Higgms who j threw to the plate too late and Wilson icoicd Werber hit into a douhle play Goisica to Tcbbctls to York One run two hits one error two left SEVENTH INNING Greenbeig was thrown out Yolk singled Joost made a sensational onehanded slab V of j Campbells grounder and threw 1 the runner out to F McCormick York moving to second Higfiins j iounded out No runs one hit no I errors one left l Reds M McCoimicU singled poodman sacrificed F McCor mick grounded oiit Rrpplc was1 ipiuposely pasted Wilson walked Toast rolfed oul No rims one hit Inn errors three left and currently is a member ol an i EIGHTH INNING Ameiican Bai conimittec of inj Users Tebbetts bounced oul on nationi1 defense batting for Gorsici Mr Shull was the youngest sale at first when F McCovmick personcVei lo serve on tho board dropped the bnll for an error aft Totals 32 4 10 27 14 2 xBatted for Corsica in eighth xxBatted for Bartell lh ninth Ituns batted in Goodman Rip ple Walters 2 Two base Tilt iVerber Bartcll Homerun Wal lers Sacrifices M McCormick Saodman Left on bases Detroit 6 Cincinnati 11 Bases on baits off Corsica 4 Hutchlnson 1 Wal ters 2 Struck out by Corsica 3 Hufchinson 1 Walters 2 Hits off Howe 4 in 13 Corsica 5 In 623 Hutchinson 1 in 1 Double plays Joost to Myers to F McCormlclc F McCormick to aiyers to F Mc Cormick Corsica o Tebbetts to York Werner Joost to F Mc Cormick Winning pitcher Wal lers Losing pllchcr Rowc Um pires Ormsby A plate Ballait fant N first Basil A second Klem N third Time At tendance 30481 scnbiug Mayoi Jersey City as Wendell L Willkie appealed Mon day for pieservation of civil liber ties as an important pait of na tional defense The republican nominee for president called Hague demo cratic national vice chairman and slate leader the principal promoter of tire thirdterm tlralt If such it Is and said his city lias the site of Jthe greatest bunch of corruption and racket eers tliat ever appeared in America Speaking under heavy police piolection in Jouinal whence Norman Thomas was de ported when he tried to talk in Willkie told a throng esti mated by supporters at 15000 I call on you jn the interest the cause we represent to bring civil liberties to their full Junction ing in Jersey City If we do that and the people do that in every community our precious rights will jeaain1 For seven and a halt years the candidate said the new deal has preached to our people a doctiine bitterness Associated with it he declared are men like this puny Hitler here who says who shall and uho shall not be received cour teously in this grrcat state X How dirt tins tcllow set llus lie CITY WILL BALLOT ON AIRPORT Submission ol a bond isuc to Mason Citys voters al the Nov 5 election to finance the purchase of land and development a municipal airport was voted unanimously by the city council atthe regular meeting Monday If Mason City makes no move to help itself the fcdeial gov ernment may be adverse to doing anything to help build a porl here Mayor Arleigh Marshall in formed the council Apparently the government is preparing in the near future p make appropriations for na tional defense ports and we should be ready to cooperate added Councilman Ray Pauley The civil aeronautics board evidently considers Mason City a strategic location for an airport in national defense network While the city wants to be ready to cooperate with national de Jense plans the council expressed the wish that the voters should be informed that Mason City would never be aole with its own funds to build an airport up to C A B specifications The law limits an airport levy to a maximum of 0 of ji rnillv i wairexpliUnech This wouldTal trie jnpst furnish sufficient funds to retire a bond issue anc meet an operating deficit ap proximately 55000 annUially which is anticipated Several council inenibcis re ported that they had discussed the matter with local businessmen and everywhere met the belief that the an port should no longer be de NORTHWOOD IS HOSTTOGOP V P CANDIDATE Streets Decorated North Iowa Cheers Old Friend of Haugen By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE Text on Page 2 NORTHWOOD Senator Charles L MeNary republi can vice presidential nominee came to this home town of his late colleague Gilbert Ni iaugen Monday afternoon to deliver his moat formidable attack on the new deal farm Program Senator MeNary was as sociated witii Representative Haugen in formulating the fam ous MuNaryHaugen farm legis lation described Henry Wallaces lartn program as a synthetic product The senators address althe Worth county fairgrounds preceded by a parade through Central avenue the main busi ness street and talks by prom inent republican political fig ures Senator Mcttaiy who arrived inday nightiwas aguest at a huffst JuHdjeonM6ndayno6nat Wiljfcie had Yorkin a long COUIC fi Olll tiul NowI luycd It also pointed out that sonic monllis ago a petttioh signed by tely 3300 crosbing the Hudson nvei by ferry and dnvJng through some oi the poorest sections Hoboken md Jersey City To the throng here he described how he had seen many vacant stores with pictures of Ml Roose velt in their windows I dont know of any more ap propriate place to put this pktuic he said II is a perfect symbol illvc of the ical accomplishments incl jr G Bairy CAB puiposcs my opponent1 Installs 3 Safes in Church for Poorboxes to M McCormick No runs no hits one error one left Reds Fred Hutchinson a right hander went to the box Myers fanned Walters hit a homerun Wcrbei popped to Campbell M of fooling mound walked Goodman poorbox So he is fliecf to Greenberg One run one ing tlucr vmil safe in the chuich YARMOUTH N S Rev William Penny of St Am brose Roman Catholic chinch is with votcis uas iiled with the council asking that a S50000 airport bend issuc be submitted tothe voters It K hoped and presumed that before we get far into the con stuiction work some government project willbe developed which canbe dovetailed in and a class n airport built which will meet CAB specifications the mayor said The council was mioimcd thit district anpoit engineer be in Mason City Tuesday piesumably to inspect four an poll bites one in each di rection fiom Mason Cily which have beenuiopobed by the city INDORSE F R VALENTINE DES MOINES ex ecutive board of thbUnited Mine Workers of America nnounced Monday Us iMdoisomont of Picsi tlent noosevcH nnrt John K Viil entine rieinociadc gubernatorial Tlffers Gehringci giuunded to Myeis who threw wide to fust the ball getting away irom F McCoimick Gehiingev pulled up at second and Myers was charged with an error Greenberg wnlked York hit into a double play Wer ber to Joost to F McCormick Gehringer moving to third Camp belt flied to M McCormick No runs no JiHs one error one left HENRY C SIIULL at the time of h poinlinciil in term in 1943 oriental oper colliding with the umpire Sul His present livim butting for Baifll ihed to M McCormick McCosky Mininviin The Weather FORECAST Fair Monday iiishl arid Tuesday cooler along east ern boundary with scattered light frost extreme north Mon day niffhl warmer Tuesday ex treme west MINNESOTA Fair Monday night and Tuesday scattered light frost Monday night warmer Tuesday west IN MASON CITY GlobcGuettc ttjus Maximum Mlnday in Minimum Sunday nichl At R a in Mondav 4i YEAH AGO Mximunl iij Minimum u The figures SKISunday Maximum Saturday Mlninium Saturday niffhl 2 Al Ra m Sunday oi Rain 80 imui YEAK AGO MI iniw dti J7 Germans Blast at London as British Use Master Plan of German bombeih luimmoral the warstarred London front with renewed mass assaults Mpnici day and some of the 430 planes which were estimated lo bive been j used succeeded in uenetiatMig to the cential city Tuefte of the raideit were shot down the ur ministiy aniujunced in ferocious air in which the Germans wcTc bulked from leaching the cipiUil in thiee thenfivo tlctcrniincd ttab However ho annuinUy said ils bomber made tiy Ufilit atUicks flinn tlir northern1 uwst of tlie Nctliei lands to Bou liHiii France Sunday ind did much diimmc imoiiR sluppini Ijnscs md nrficlds in steady unlokiins ii the irMstc jjlan lu Sunday aguest at a Monday the home of Mrs J O E John son daughter ol Representative Haugen Present were a number of prominent members of the party Hanfbrd MacNider of Mason City diove the open car which conveyed Senator McNaryatthe head the parade througli the corn and flag bedecked streets ot Ihe town to the fairgrounds In tile same car were Gov George AWilson arid Tlie second car di iveu by Leon Bunes chairman of the commrl lec in charge was occupied by Lloyd Cunningham prominent faun leader from Cresco and O KStbrre Kensett other cars were occu pied by state officers and other officials Including Slaie Treas urer Willis G C BagleyMason Cily and Secretary of Affrlcul lure Mark Thornburg Emmrts burg W if Heading the parade was thr Joice marching band Bringing up the rear was the Rockwell march ing band Northwood bandsmen and other musicians were at the fairgrounds pioviding music for earlycomers AsDie pi OKI am got under ivny Mr Stuue abked the crowd to ulnlc tliq bands played Ihe na tional anthem Mr Store then pre sented Mi Cunningham m tioducctf Governor Wilson The goveinor was followed by Repre sentative K O Talle made 1 hurried tnp lo North Iowa fiom Wasliington Prclimmaiy talks moved witli clocklike precision m order to have the introduction Senator MeNary tike place at 3 ocloc making possible bioadcastmg ft thp speech from 1 to oclocl lntiodntion of stale was set for George HnrnsPitman Iwutonf sang God Bless Ameii ii Hie audience joining in the second chorus Al 1 oclock Mr lolinsrni CI ot JllugCM Eight Biitith planes went down There were fatalities and piopeity dcmnliihcd by cs ploKUO hopped in nl Luii Ion uutMdc Hie ccntinl Dover Eaatboumc md ccilmii otliei Unvn in Krnl in the cast alsu riimlflQd lie m snd Geimany1 jbility to make wu bdinc tountenution to be cs The intensified uacks itrjrtwcfl f In si quiet night in a month Newspapcis played up llic netted in the fucast tcm ni big news thil lesidenls got ut formed snui snd intiititiiK1 good sleep i openiiiR of a Burma Ioacl to Chi Biilliuit bunslnnc laLcctlcd nesc uir supplies may bem1 climncl stnims md clouds which nounccri von ns i ictult ol Japans grounded bothBritish and Ger joining Britains enemies in an mflii flyers Sunday Ijixis alliance SEN CHARLES t McNAHY at Northwood   

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