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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             V oes E B DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME VOL XLVI ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL FIVE CENTS A COPY THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 81940 MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VfVjAVJDJLIV O lyiU THIS PAPEH CONSISTS Or TWO SECTION ONE PMSCmZENOlQlOTORIINT TnPimSnr Burma Road AsMcNory Stresses G O P Form Plon ORDER CONSULS TO GIVE ADVICE TO AMERICANS Women Children and Men Without Necessary Business Are Included WASHINGTON U de p a r t m e n t officials confirmed Tuesday that American women and children and all men without necessary or urgent business there were being advised to the Orient Instructions were issued to U S consuls at all points in the far east The consuls were di rected to advise American citi zens that in view of the abnor mal situation in the far east the department is taking precau tionary steps tootheir safety by suggesting that women and chil dren and nonessential men consider leaving disturbed areas Japanese Ambassador Kensuke Hormouchi arranged air appoint ment with Secretary of State Cor dell Hull The white house also said that Admual James O Hichaidson commander of the United States Envoy Delays Trip Home Fears Far East Crisis Soon British ambassador Lord Loth ian asserted after a white house call Tuesday that his govern ment had ordered him to cancel plans to return to England be thlnU therqBMrbe a crisis inlne far east K The ambassador declined to go into details of Ws conference with President Roosevelt but left the clear impression they had discussed far eastern mat ters Asbed how soon the British thought a far east crisis might develop Lord Lothian saifl It might come through lie re opening of the Burma road a supply line to China fleet piobably would meet with Air Roosevelt before returning to the west coast later this week U S consulsare pointing out to American citizens on the state department orders the advis ability of utilizing transportation faculties now available State depaitment officials said that consuls have been asked to in form the department of the num bers of Americans who are return ing or considering doing so Officials said that the advice to Americans Jo leave was in contin uation of a policy followed in the far cast and Euiope during the last ycai Instructions were issued to American consuls to advise Americans in Japan China Hong Kong IndoChina Man cjiukuo Kwantungleased ter ritory Korea and Formosa The department officials said they did not have information at this time as to the exact number of Americans who might be af fected by the suggestion that they Jeave BRITISHJAPANESE TENSION INCREASES SHANGHAI U P American consular officials veto instructed by the state depaitment Tuesday to advise Ameiicans to evaluate China Japan Marichukuo Koiea French IndoChma and Hons Kong BiihshJapancse tendon inci eased when in ToKjo Bnlish Ambassador SU Kobert L Ciaige informed Foieign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka that Butain would not icnew its agieement to close the Burma supply loute to China The agreement oo Another impoitant development came with Japanese decision to postpone indefinitely foimal rec ognition of the Wang ChmgWei regime at Nanking sponsored by I tlie Japanese army It was reported 1 that postponement of recognition i Jlkich had been planned for Thursday was agreed upon alter I receipt of German and Italian ad Lvices IDEEP IMPRESSION UV PHILIPPINES Reds Win Series by Nipping Tigers 2 to 1 in Final Tigers SCORE BY INNINGS 23456789RHE LDQQQQBE 0 D Q E CROSLEY FIELD CINCINNATI AP lampant Redlegs won the world series Tuesday four jrames to three by beating the Detroit Tigers inthe seventh con TI 1befoifa of about 23000 thrillcrazed fans Thc Reds rallied for the firming runs in the seventh inning when big Buck New son pitching for the Tigers after n one days rest weakened give two doubles and a fly INNING World Champions Baitell lined to Myeis McCosky flied to M McCormick Gehringer flied to Ripple No runs no hits no errors none left lined to Gieen berg JM McCoimick fanned Goodman grounded out No runs no nils no errors none eft SECOND INNING berg singled York grounded out Gieenbeig moving to second Campbell hit to Derunger and Greenljeig was trapped in the baseline between second and third Campbell went to second Higgms rolled out No runs one hit no errors one left McCoimick grounded out Ripple fanned Wilson sln gteiHfifein stole second Jqost roUeaout No runs DBS hit no cr1 rors left THIRDINNiNG singled New som saciificed Bartell popped to Joost Sullivanholding second McCosky walked Gehnnger sin gled and when Werber threw wildly to first Sullivan scored and McCosky wen to thud Greenbeig fanned One run wo hits one er ror two left singled Dcmnger popped to Newsom Weiber foued Myeis at second M McCormick fanned No runs one hit no errors one left FOURTH INNING fouled to WiUon Campbell fhed to Goodman Hig gins doubled Sullivan was pui posely passed Newsom grounded to short and the ball hit Higgins on the leg for an automatic out Newsom was credited with a base hit under the rulesNo tuns two hits no errors two left AB E H PO A E Bartell is McCoshy cf Gehrlnger 2l Greenberg If York Ib Campbell rf Higffiiis 3b Sullivan c Newson p vAverlll Totals 32 1 Zi SulHvan scpred in third oh Werbers error xBaited for New son in 9lh AB R H PO A E Werber 3b 4001 atcCJtolok cl 4 0 r24 Goodman rf 4003 F McCmick Ib 4 BRITISH WARN JAPAN IT WILL GET NO AXIS AID Churchill Lists 8500 Dead and 13000 Hurt in Raids on Britain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dim chill announced in the house of com mons Tuesday that Butain would leopen the Bui ma wai supply load to Chins in answd lo Jap paU with Geimany and Italy and dedaied Japans new b not be dble to help bo long ab the British her o H1LU United Stateb flcetb are in be ing They will be the commons i oared bacli It was another tlic British pnme ministers diamatic war ic ports and he ended it with tins Hippie If Wilson c Joost 2b Frey Sb Myers ss Derringer p Long dark months of trial and tribulation lie iefore us Not only great dangers but many more misfortunes many shortcomings many mistakes many disappointments will surely be our lot Death and sorrow will be the companions of our Journey hardship our constancy and valour our only shield The prime minister declaied flatly that the three way axis pact bindb Japan to attack the United States if he United States comes into the wat hinted it contained seciet clauses and then cried de fiantly Neither of the blanches of tlie Enghshbpaking race is accus tomed to icact to threats of vio lence by osky FIFTH INNING lined to M Cormick McCosky flied to Totals 89 2 7 27 vBatted for Joost in 7th Summary Huns batted Ripple IHjers Two base Higffins 3I McCormick F Cprmick Ripple Stolen base Wilson Sacrifices Newsom Wil son Left on bases Detroit 8 Cin cinnatt 5 Bases on balls off New som lr Derringer 3 Struck out bs JI And ceilainly the veception of thib ttiangc and illbalanced dec U laiahon in tlie United States haj not been at ciKouiasing foi 1 its authoi s H Churchill also charged the pact in a secondary degree is a point against Rus sia although primarily aimed at the United States hits JIc o s JL 6 Derringer 1 Double povt made these other points even whl1 T pla Gehringer to Bartell to York Winning pitcher Derringer Losing pitcher Newsoro Umpires Ballanfant N plate Basil A first Klem N second Ormsby A third Time a hit Goodman fanned F Mc Coimick popped to Bartell No runs one hit no errors one left NINTH INNING IILIIIX jjacu 10 CJOOQr 1i giounded out man Gehnnger popped to Mycit I Ml1 gounded out Avenll No runs no hits no errors none i lllg giounded out left runs no hits no errors none singled to centci tqft Joost hit into a double play Geh ungei to Baitell lo York Myeis fhed to Campbell No runs one hit no errors none left SIXTH INNING singled York popped to joost Campbell walked moving Gieenberg to second Hig gins forced Campbell at second to Myers unassisted Greenberg moved to thud Sullivan grounded out No runs one hit no errors two left flied to Camp bell Werber popped to Baitell M McCormick doubled Goodman lined to McCosky No runs one hit no errors one left SEVENTH INNING Tigers Newsom popped Chuiehillb hourlong BRITISH SEEK RUMANIAN VIEW May Decide to Order English Officials to Depart From Bucharest BUCHAREST Reginald Hoaic the Biitish mmiatei Qsiy asked the Rumanian govcin jmcnt to elucidate the biluation ausmg out of thcappaicnl mlen tion to gaiiisan Gciinan lioopj at while Londonb antiairci aft guns rumbled faintly in the distance 1 HitleYs monthold antola warfare on London and Butains other great cities is diminishing in force although 8500 people have been killed and 13000 wounded since the Uart of the war and de spite the use since Sept 7 of an aveiage nearly 100 longrange bomber daily 1 Disciphnaiy action hab been taken against poisons icsponsible foi cuois in the illfated Anglo Fienth expedition against Daltai bv which Ficncli weie allowed tu pass tlic Stiaiti of Gib laltai and defend Ihe Senegalese colony CliuiUiill icaffiimed BiitainX badung ol the fiee Fiench cause Again the prime minister kept the British on the alert against invasion dangers declaring that Germany was keeping several hundred short range dtve homb crs at home perhaps in reserve for a general plan of Invasion Chuichill conceded that the propci ty damage Iiom tlie Geimai air laids had been beverc but he declaied at the piemen late of dei it v nn Old and revived at Aorthuood Monday afternoon Only this time it was Senator L McNary and a daughter of his old colleague Gilbert N Mrs 3 O E Johnson of Northwood Mrs Johnson had couple led idtrtfdiielnr him and was joining the croud in its byLocfc Pcturc lakcn Both pictures n T T I McNary Has Chicken Supper on Sam Kennedys Lake Farm Makes Inspectiqn of Progress on Potato Scab Eradication 1 fouith dintiict Willis Baglej Mason City 1 CLEAR Piebident j Nominee Cluiles L McNaiys final lecollection of Noith loua should be a pleasant one Its of a chicken all Hie in his honor at the Sam Kennedy faim home here Incidentally it was more or less at the senators own sug gestion He wanted to see how the experimentation on potato scab eiartication bill fathered by him in the last legislature proceeding He expressed such an interest during his visit to Northwood Monday state late sccielay of agucultUrc Flo fessoi At Least 20 in Berlin Die in Air Raids BERLIN longest and most jntonMvc air mid of the wai on Beilin eaily Tuesday and Monday night killed at least 20 persons and for nearly hcuis packed air lajd with thou Siandb Of pcuonb caught as they weie leaving and mowe houses The leich capital atlatUcd by seven waves of Butibli pl AT RALLY HELD IN NORTHWOOD Governor Wilson and Other High Officials Attend Program By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE spirit of the kindly Gilbert N Haugrn was piescnt tn a vory leal sense heie Monday afternoon Bjs od congicssional colleague SenatoiCharles L McNaiy of Oregon came heie as icpubli fan vice piesidcntial candidate to pay lionoito the memory of the man to whose name his had been linked in what has come to be icgaided as the most pop ular fnim hill tntioduced m congress if if A crowd of upwards of 5000 Persons including Ion as gov ernor George Wilson and other high officials was present at he county fair grounds At every mention of the Haugeu name by Senator IMcNary and the several other sneakers on the hour and half program there a live ly applause liidio stations anyuiR the Mc talk cither dneclly otby delayed broadcast wcic KGLO KMA WMT and KSO KGLO oiiginated tlie broadcast for this Iowa network Appropriately enough s daugh ter of the late Representative Haugen Korma ttaugen Johnson introduced the vice presidential nominee No declaration duuns the entiie afteinoon engendered moic enthusiasm ihan one flora Mi Johnson as follows Republican nnd demociat alilvc me fan enough to admit that the faimeis of America aitiutj UL insucuiuire p n i i Fitch Shannon B Charlton dmmr cheitei fouith dibtnct com A eeman E B Stillmwi Cciio io county chanman Hmmnn u 111 official ciiclcb it the icply of the liu maman goi eminent to tin inquiry would decide the Butish mmistei would lemam m Bu charest or withdraw These infoHnants said an n toleinble situation1 has aiisen toi the in Rumania because of what they describe as ill treat ment of British subjects seveia of whoiii liave been aiiested ic cehtly Tho possibility wii discued that the entire British legation staff and all Biitish lesidenls might be instiucted to leave Ku mama if the reply of Piemier befoie 10 tuiu ui jet thettate for the re1 supper time Tlicie was some quick action in the Kennedy cuhnaiy depaitmcnt Pieparing o meal for a dential candidate and in a hurry iiscra iNewsom popued tononto gainsan Grimm iirnt muucuun u woua la e Hitler runs no hits no errors none left saicl that McCoimick doubled to the left field wait at the 382foot mark Ripple doubled off the light field scicen scoung F McCoi mick On the iclay fiom the out field Baitell appaiently had a chance to make a pipy on F Mc Cormick at the plate but held the ball Wilson sacnficed Higgms to Gehringer who covered fust Lombard batted for Joobt and was purposely passed Fiey ran for Lombaidi Myers flied to Mc Cosky near the centerfield wall Ripple scoring after the catch Fiey held first Derringer foiced Frey at second Two runs two hits no errors one left e h r i n g c r ier Ion Antonescu s govern ment is not satisfactory KILLED IN ACCIDENT 1HIMGHAR Funeral serv icos vvvCic conducted lieic Tuesdav foi Uenula 5Ccinvii HI of Calif Ima Klilcd Vilinclav vhon the automnbiln v opening of the Bui ma road at Oct date of expiration of an agiee ment with Japan under which the Biitish had hoped Japan would icach an agieement with China on ending their long war As foi Spam Churchill said she hovcis between w ni and peace ciiiu but she needs peace and Britain hopes she will again take her iightful place both as a great Med iterranean power and as a leadin and tamoub powei m the family of Europe and Clmstendom uabC line foi burn i 11 Nine Girls Die in Blaze in Kentucky JACKSON Kv ft Kills pe lulled Tuesday lien rhcv weir napped by Jnc in the sfcoiici llooi of 1 iiimc flninHlnn il tnc tu tlc MI in moun aiii ci 21 milefnm lcu isnt nn assignment that fails often on a farmwife But Mis Kennedy was equal to it as Sen ator McNary and his associates all testified Undei the guidance of Mr Ken nedy and Prof F C Fitch vege table specials at Iowa State col lege the senator Msited the Ken nedy field and wai chouses For a half lioui the piogicss of the scab experimentation was explained to him Potatoes he remarked have such an important place in the menu of rich and poor tbat there can be no hrlter investment than the S13QOO of lie last congress to do this work Ollici Riipsts it the Kennedy home uitludcdjl O Tallc Dcco hjhiiiiiiuiit o Goido county chanman Hex man M Knudson pieiident of the state hoificultuidl society Ronald G Van Tine Washington United Piess coiiespondent John Kelly Washington Senator McNaryi secretary and W Earl Hall Conversation duiing the dinner ccnteled on agiicultuial problems mtiMun coast The senatoi some svn gun emplacements at pnsr at the absence of wheat i Fiance tuc flowing in this immerljate scclion tMi Thombuifi cvplaincd thai j One Hi itibh plane w5 i iouthwebtein Iowas boil bccmcd mining bcbt adapted to this uop He added hovvcvci that in opin ion whejt could toe giovvn pioli tably moie than it i m olhci ace tions of lowa l Anothei fubject to the ben atois heart was fiicrl ihiden On this he dealt with Mrs Kennedy i for advice i Shoitly aftei 7 otkxA the ilc Naiy paity piloted by Mi Swan proceeded lo Des Moincs wheic the nominee boaided a uigiu tram for Chicago i HILI j fiyiiig bo hey could be ncvci liad a tmer friend than seen plainly They diopped paiaI Charles L McKaiy and Gilbert chute fljics to light then andI then high explosive and The Oiegon senator liaikccl cenniaiy bombb clashed m the 1 ack lo the fight over tlie Tilc vrolent attack if the wai j NaiyIIaugen bill lecallmg how command ari e and his Imv a coauthoi of the bill suffeied classification as and woolly heretics He went on to say however liat most the cutics had since wit nessed fai more violent depai tines fiom economic orthodoxy undci the new deal The pimciples of the McNaiv Haugen bill aic still sound he maintained piovidlng as they do foi a pi esei vation of the Ameii aii maiUct for the American faimciand a feasible handling of the exportable suiplus under an intelligently developed two pncc system Some dayJ he concluded and that day must come faimci will Ins due Some day the f aimer will have unimpeded access to the Amen aii mat he American pi itc Tlip Amei iiin people inly counliy thicllci alike wiih liiiit 1lie jbjeitlve of nur ciUbactc calK foi a gieatei hap pier iichciAmenta The objec tive mcliidri tlir concept of the independent fanner producing that the atluch caused numcioui dead and nijuied and thai hiispilak and UvveiliiiK b waiehousob and laihoacl hedb wuic cleli oyctl The official Geiroan nevvb agpn discitcd howevci that the butih bombs did not hil sn Sle indtistunl objective in Bcilm flionday night Aitisteidam clispauhrs lepoit cd that Bntisli iuds on thc Neth eiland weic inci easing Eight wclc killed nnd beveial wounded in an 111 mid alaim at Amsteidam whith lated fiom 9 oc ock Monday night until 4 o clock Tuesday mot rung REPORT HEAVY ATTACKS ON NAZI OBJECTIVES LONDON Be h nn povvci stalions m HP to a height yaid at Beilnib gicut JH the FoKkcr Amsterdam cim aictb Monday the in mmibtiy announced Tuesday Bombing attacUb nlso weie de hc Geiman naval dndts at Wilhclmshaven several aJrficJdb and ficight yards Geimany at least 10 Germanoccupied points on the and poucing bountifully upplylng the Ameri can mnikct icllini freely m woilct freeholder contiolhng his oun destiny We do not believe that Amei ica is umning down We believe thai Amoiica hai a futuie and that the f aimer is a coineistone of Hint fulino We believe that under the inching leadership of Wendell L Willkie we shall soon be engaged in VOIIHK out the bluepunto of Ui3t futuic Youth Charged With Shooting at Autos Indicted at Eldora tLDOllA gand July FORECAST IOWA Fair scattered 11 Osl northeast not so coul northwest and extreme wcM Tuesday night Wednesday part ly cloudy and warmer MINNESOTA Tair scattered frost east not so cool west Tues day night Wednesday partly cloudy and warmer IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weathci atdtia tics Maximum Monday gi Minimum Monday night 33 At 8 a m Tucsdav 15 The meicury wlnili dipped to a minimum Of 33 at the KGLO I Soys CA will Corry Iowa CHICAGO tUP jCliailei L Mcaiy icpublicari hglit cinriiriTilc foi wie president pic j dieted Tuesday tliat the G O P i would cm i Minnesota and j in Uic cinbci Hf jul he wtis gieatly pleacd tlic piospects in tnoo slaliftci a weekend tom which look him to Ulcn Mum Noitluvood lov a He said lie based hi pr diclinnv on Ins conxeisstions with faimeis he had met dunng tnc loin MoXaiy topped line cmovtte to Washington by tram to rest a fcv dayj bcfoxc lie returns to the rrutldfc for three moie Hisnext ad Kans mson a at naddiffc A 47 iim at DCS Monies to meet   

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