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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             i EDITED VOL XLVII ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PJ1ESS FUti LEASED WIRES FIVE CENTS A COPX THE THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 21 1940 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTION ONE MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT NO 9 GERMANS ACCUSE RAF OF TERROR NAZIS STUNG BY FAST TEMPO OF ENGLISH RAIDS Berlin Reports Many Killed Other German Centers Also Bombed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gieat Butainb intensified aerial countei offensive marked by a 100bombsammuto cicscendo stung nazis Monday to complain of outright terror methods by TiAF bombers who pounded Ber lin not them Italy Germanheld invasion ports and a German sea plane base at Tromsoe in the Aietic chcle W Berlin reported many civilians Wiled and wounded as British striking several waves destroyed an apartment buildingIn west Berlin and showered incendiaries and Iiigh csnlosive bombs on the German capital It Beilms fust airraid in live The Germans asserted that their bombing squadions baoT diopped 500 tons ol bombs on BUtam m one 24 hour peuod tlie weekend Home leptuted eight killed 15 wounded by Britibh raideis at tacking cities 111 uoilh Italy lor the flibt time since eaily Scplem bei By daylight nazi laideis acioss the channel to at tack London Liverpool and other sections oJ the island kingdom after the 44th consecutive over night attack which Londoners characterized as comparatively An air ministry acknowledged Some killeof and in jured in metropolitan London where damage was done to build ings including raany dwellings A London Kospital suffered a direct hit inflicting heavydam age on a childrensward The British reported no serious casual ties however Authorized nazis protested that night raid oiv Berlin was an outnght act cf teiioi against the Betlin population dssciting that no military objectives were hit and only lesidcnlral sections weie attacked Hitlers high command re ported a devastating new Uboat campaign against British ship ping with 43 ships totaling327 000 tons destroyed In two days The German figure is more than twice the tonnage the Brit ish admitted sunk in the week cndlnff Sept 23 and nearly six times the average weekly ship Ding loss reported by the Lon don admiralty British naval sources comment ing on the nazi claim declared diyly TheGermans claims to annoy 145 We ignoie them In their fairauging night 1 cirhys the RAP pounded hardest at naziheld imasion bases nlong the channel unloading 15000 bombs in a hour and 30 min ute attack British coastal guns and possibly wai ships in the han kie wete believed to haie joined in the bombardment We to cany this fijjht into the enemys fields said Britains fust loid the admiralty A V Alexander hinting that a big Bntjsh countersmash against tlie axis is being prepared We are daily com oying our ships our Uoops and oui sup plies to theaters of war in which the victory will be diiven home Pi esuraably re ferred to Egypt also aieas of southeast Europe including Turkey and perhaps Greece where an axis drive has been forecast The intensified dir riucl extended ihc uceUcnd fiom Tiomtoe Nonwy o Oe Peisim gulf iMrfic as Piemici Bcnito ATussOltm inspected Ins tajcist troops near the Jugoslav border Tuikey uas rcpoited in the Balkans to have mobilized million tioops to guaid the stia tegir Dardanelles fiom any axis thrust to tlie Near Enst Rumania had its Just stiingent blackout piecaatiorib Sunday mid night The Italian high command Sun its warplanes flew 2800 rnilcs to bomb the importantBull ish oil center on Bahrein island in the Pplsirm gulf for the fjist fimo A British communique said only slight damage resulted W The British admiralty saitl its successfully bombed the base iit TromsfK The Germans claimed weekend Sains in theirsubmarine warfare fixing British ship i 13 ov Tf1 otiil of 327000 tony in two clays Wallace Will in Armory Monday Night ARRANGEPLANS FOR PARADE TO GREET NOMINEE HENRY Back Home for Major Address History Making Campaign Goes Into Big Push Stage Majoi Parties Stall Concentrated Drives to Gainer Ballots John K Valentine Demo Gubernatorial Candidate to Talk Reparations weie jeacly in Maion City Monday for the welcome of Hemy A Wallace democratic vice presidential nom inee as he aiuvcs heie early Monday evening for the planned in connection tor him and other demociatic candidates in cluding John K Valentine for govdrnor Morgan J McEnaney for congress and Oscar Johnson of Kanawha for state senator from the Ceuo Gordo Franklin and Hancock county district Delegations fiom all over Noith Iowa will be in Mason City Mon day evening according to Gen eral Chairman Eail Dean inclua ing several hundred who will fol low the Wallace caravan from Monona Decorah piesto and Osage wheie the foimer secretary of agrjcultuie will make shoit ap pearances duimg the day A triple deck piogram has been ananged for the major political message which Wallace will give in Mason City Monday evening as j Reports of Hitch in jujancse jununs iu THE ASSOCIATED T 4 I J rSl IT I c histoiymakmg 1940 camI VJCt IndlCS Ull Heard i hit ihr Ulg ttagc I luring the S fa son City and Clear Lake Ugh school marching bands Message by Wallace at armory to be carrisa over an extensive radio network Wallace will be introduced by Valentine Following the Wallace address Valentine McEnaney and will gn e talks which will be heaid ovei KGLO All of the The paign hit the Monday with both major parties leacty foi a concentiated diive thit will cany thiough the last two pieelection weeks and up to ihe of voting day Foi the democrat the cuuent week will see President elt in an avowed political tole as he delivers ihe first of five ad dresses jntended so his own an nouncement said to correct deliberate falsification of by campaign foes and to give the true facts to the public On the lepublican side Wendell L Willluc embarked on another tlojely filled itineiafy of many speeches mileage The lepubhcan pi evidential nominees schedule uill take him fiom Wis cousin he makci a majoi addles Monday night at Mili uaukec edbtwaid thiougli llh noil Indiana and Peimsylvama lo New YoiK To back up the personal cam paigning of its standaid beaier each patty maishaled a suppoit ing airay of notables Former President Hoover is scheduled to uige Willkies cause in a Thursday night speech at Columbus Ohio Flank Lowden former govexnoi of Illinois is on the program for a bioadcast ad diess on Puday night Numerous othct paity piomincnts also aie down for talks In the demoLialic gioifp Hemy A Wallace Mce picsidentiarnomi nje Tias he most active week1 a iuhedulc whuli will take him into Iowa Wisconsin Illinois Michigan and lojaccnt terutoiy Wilhain C BulllU ambassador to France speaks in Chicago Mon day night md Attoiney Gcncial Jackson is listed foi a ladio ad diesi Wednesday TOK1O of a seiious hittn in Japanese negotia tions to obtain oil from the Netli eilands East Indies weio followed Monday by a foreign office an nouncement that Seizo Kooayashi chief of the Japanese negotmloi s was reluming to Totao The foreign office insisted that negotiations were progressing sat isfactorily and will be continued during Kobayashis absence by membeis of his suite and the Jap anese consul geneial A Domei newsagency dispatch fust icpoitod Kobayasbi s icluin candi the ac Ceiro Goido demociatic dates will be mtioduced to aimoiy and ladio coidmg to Mi Dean Among leading democrats of the slate who Wll bc Present lor the ai6 E HBirmingham state I central committee chairman and Frank Comfoit Des Moines na tional committeeman from Iowa Democratic county chairmen and chairwomen from Floyd Worth Franklin Winnebago Hancock and End of a 70 Mile an Hour Chase LOOK INSIDE FOR Urges Norwegians to Stop Resistance to German Authorities STOCKHOLM Lie Aoiwegidii police commipiionei appealed to Norwegians m j to F R Will Draw 1st Number of Draft on Oct 29 WASHINGTON first num 3jBjm service tottery at noon Oct 29 Draft Director Clarence A Dykslra announced Monday The lotters to be held in the Interdepartmental government auditorium here Mill determine the order in which more than 16000000 men will be classlficd and considered for induction into the army j ul Use l menare scheduledlo be taken into the airoy between Nov 18 and next June 5 The piebidciU wilt cluw tlie fust numbei fiom the same gold fish bowl that was used in the World wai diaft lotteries Dyk stia said alter a confeicnce at the white house The bow will contain capsules numbeied fiom one thiough the highest number of men regibteied at any local boaid This number will probably iun well above 7000 he added After Mr Roosevelt draws the first number other numbers will be drawn until the bowl is empty This operation is ex pected fo take at least 12 hours Dykstra said and perhaps longer f By the lime the luttny is Iicid I Cdcii lotal boaid will have la numbei lo cich man who icgis eied latt Wednesday Thete num I bcio will be ported so thill each man may know his numbei If the fust numbei diawn in WAITAPF IXTDTOU should be 258 as it WALLACE MOTOR vvas m thc 1t Wo d 2 Youths Held After Wild Auto Chase in Local Streets One Handcuffed to Hospital Bed After Car Is Demolished wall also be Mitchell counties present 3r V Young demociats aie sponsoring the parade stalling at the Hanford hotel promptly at fi45 oclock Neighboring towns aie toopeia ting m the maich to the armoiy under the Welcome banneis which wiJI bedeck Federalavenue The aimory was dccoiated Sun day uilh banneis and LOrnstalkc Wallace Meets With LaFollette Tivo 19year old Mason City youths weft under arrest one qf them handcuffed to a bed in the Paik hospital Monday following a wild automobile chase caily Sunday which ended when the stolen oar m which they weie nd ing was demolished The youths arc DeLos C Lance Twcntyfouith street southwest md Call E SthulU 438 Twciilysevcnth street soutli Bulh were aiieslcd followiiifi a milcainintttc automobile chase through the streets of Mason City shortU after a m Sunday began when Police Officor Ed Chrih tcnson recognized the car in which they were riding as one reported as stolen from C O Klatli 1005 West Stale street Ofiicei Chiibteiiion spotted the car at Twentyfourth stieet and Momoc avenue southwest as he his beat Giving tliase immediately he followed the car to Jeffeison avenue south west on Twcntyfouith sticet tlien followed it noithon Jeffei son to Nineteenthstreet At this point the two cats tinned east on AmetceiitJistiect and Kedcial at 60 icleased horn the Same institution about 30 days ago1 The Klath car was demolished It wasstolen from in front6f the Klath home at Saturday eve ning WILLKIE HITS 3RD TERM VIEW ABOARD TRATN UNROUTE TO MILWAUKEE UT L Willlue PiCiidcnt RooscNClts thud tcim Liindidacy deciaied Monday that under one min tule ihe things to be euibed aie laboi unians churches and education Tic prcceijciit once estab lished even assuming that the present man has the noblest mo tives will be used by somr suc cessor to take away this life of the republican nominee said atWausau He quoted letteii fiom Jeffeibon in suppoit of his conten tion that the two tei m tiadition should be pieseived Jeffeison he said once wiotc that should a piesident content to be n candidate ftn a thud letm I tiust he will be i ejected on this alien of bis ambitious Believes F R Margin Nov 5 to Be Slim PAGE 2 Hawkeyes Are Rated Underdogs for Gophers SPORTS PAGE District rhTsk Will Co Kdd on Tuesday STATE PAGE CADE Enroute lo Mason City UP A Wallace returned to nis homo state of Iowa Monday after a confeience with Senator Robert M La Toilette Jr piog Wis which caused political obseivers to p i e d i c t tne Roosevelt adrnm istiation would suppoit piogies MVO candidates for state offices m CNChangc far support by uic pvogressives The dcmoLiatic a n d i d a te foi vice picsMdtnC mel La Koltette his Madison Wib home and confeired 15 LA FOLLETTE then in each local boaid area ttuoughout the country the man whose numbei was 258 would be the first to leceive a queition nane and to be classified If he tiad no dependents and no essen Itial job he would be put m Clabs 1 After luid been taken he would be the fuM to be ordeied into Hie aimy to till the quota abjigncd fo his aici If the fust man should be tJe fcired flien lhc man whdSe num bci was diiun econd be in oidci to be conicloicd foi induclioti the of liiimna i comei ent intention and shaking 11 of bv his ONE MEMBER IN BOARD REVISES VIEW ON VOTE Action on Hancher Choice Follows His Own Disappointment CEDAR RAPIDS W Keenan of Shenandoah a membei of the Male board of edu cation told the Cedar Rapids 111 DCS Monies Sunday that he thougnt the boairt Miould rescind Ihe election of Virgil M Hancher as president of the Uni versity Of Iowa He citel a Chir cago suit leveated last week in Which Handier is one of several defendants becking iccovery of and charging fraud and conspuacy by the Victory Coi poration of Chicago A rcpiesentative of the Gaxelte met Mi Keenan at the request Kcenau said that Earl Hull of Masim ity member of thr board lold tlie board on Oct 4 tlut he had known of the suit before Hanchers election but that he foi got to tell oilier members 11 Keenans statement is as fol 1 Eail Hill on Oct 4 told incmbeib of the boaid Mi Baker George T Bakei board member and foi mer board picsident that Mi Hancher went over the matter of the Chicago suit with lum last spung but that he Hall forgot to tell the other members ot tlie board about it Before that opened ATr Shull Hemy C ShUll tf Sioux City now board president passed around to some of us a letter which lip had written to A L Syvcrud o Davenpoit pietidcnt of the TnCities Alumni association 1readthe letter and I think some of the othci mem beis pietent icdd it alio Later j Mi Shuil read it out loud to an I infoimul group The letter contained a statement to Die of fcct thai Mi bhull knew of the charges made against Mr Han ehci in Ihc Chicago suit bcfoir llic bond elected Mr IhiiHhei president tf the university if if if When he came lo that state ment Ije icjd it to then stopped and said Now as a mal tci of fait that statement is not tiuc and 1 may the Ictlei befuic sending it and leave that statement out Some few days latci I received from Mi Shull a ibon copy of the letter he final ly bent to Di Syverud The state ment that he knew of these things hefcie Mi Hanchers election was not contained m the carbon copy he later sent us That carbon copy however had at the bottom the following P0itsiup1 P S Tn boaul membei s Aftei letumniR home fiom the meeting on Friday icvised my answer to Mr winch 1 ictcf to tlir boaid Heiewith i1 topv of the IcHn which I mailed todiy Whit I lliinl we should do MI Keennn roiuluded n in the election of Handiei Howcvoi then cai Iff the i odd md smashed into a giove of tiees neai Carolina enue southeast Schuta saict Monday that the cai was going 70 miles an hour at the time of the accident Ciinstenbon icpoilcd thai he stopped his tar md ran to the machine wheie lie found Lance muon sdous behind Hie wheel bchulu he said ixinning into 1 coui timoic Oct 30 picsidential Ciim ng that Pirsidenli Ts Tr c him m Voted to U S Embassy YMCA in London Damaged fConcurs in M St L Repair Shop Location tonieircd 15 LA FOLLETTE 1 K aucmpung minutes Sunday rooming He tief WASHINGTON mtci fell and hit his head dined to comment on the iigmfi1 stltc ionimcn0 lummtuion wtisilocl Hc caught beto cancc I advised Mondij that Jesse H oud set up jnd lun ignn LONDON he United States embassy in Giosvenoi M C A headquailcii in Gieat Russell street weie dam T T ificd in leccnt au laids il wjs The nifiiP ihoii iva ti Monday Damage to the ing the man hi the cornfield null tailed 111 imbul of Lance Polite nUiei Offitci membei of tnc highway msweicd the call md seal chert the field waj found hid therr amt in aUcinptinglo iun fell and hit his head on a betoic he Give Hancher Post MASON CITY Kail Hall state boaid of education member Monday issued the fol lowing statement in icply to a Cedai Rapids storyquoting the opposition of T W Keenan ol Shonandoah Iowa another boaici i membei to Viigil Hanchpi i piLsiclcnlclcct of Ihc Unucisity of loi1 a The complete answcn lo Mi claims contained in Ihe proceedings ol lie board of education They show that Mi Keonati foi Mi Hanchci nn in i ornkpn 11 i i the cornfield and They show that Mi ilanto to take iiie T T T i foi Mi Hanchci nn r Captain Leo RJSj n Qv aild lliat Ray Follclt and j V CULllCl o lotK nn tile excning of Ihe last c Ingliwiy patiol meeting two igo IIP v as fni ncc Senatoi Lj Follellc icccully announced lhat he would Pieiident Roosevelt fo a thid lei in although he docs agieo VMth some of the f01 cign pohcie Formei Gov F La Follelte founder of Uie national piogreisivci of Amci ca Ihndpaily movement is Cdm paignine foi his biothci seeks to the enatc in No Jones tedcial loan acimnubtuitoi had coiKuricd conditionally in plan to locate new lepan fscihlios of the Minneapolis and iuhoad in the Minneapolis area instead of at Maishalltovvn lnwan luwdrl rOllOWin MARLNGO Dun In trie Scpltmbcv puliip 20 of Comoj low a died Sun maiy clcctioa icpuljhcni uintliidij niglit of injuiics suffcicil v he i iUi cicccucd muio votes thm Ins motoujclc UK ui uifomobiJo tlio PIORICSSVCS and clcmuciiis i bening an Illinois lucnv lombmcd The pi ORI cs pJdicd Sunday Dunlaps skul fiu spiona in total volcs icccivcd luico1 and ins tlicsl tiuslicd The comlitioii of Lance uas i reported at Park hospital Mon day to be good He was suffer ine from l sllcht brain concus sion and had been bruised and otherwise shaken up II was ex pected he could he released in about 10 days was unliuil foi cuts oil the head and foverload and was being hpltt at tno police stnUoii where Chief Harold K foai ia ltllj vehicle iuiiROs woukl be riled oj5iinst Liiiicc and SrliuJU Lamp i cleaned fmm int stale training school at IJclova FORECAST Monday nighl and Tucsda warmer Monday niffht and east Tuesday doiidj Mondav night and Tuesilay narmcr AlomUs nifflit and cv tremc cast Tuesday IN MASON CITY GIobcGd7eilt tn Maximum Sunday Minimum Suiidav niuli At 8 a hiMonday YEAH AGO Maximum Minimum The figures ioiSuncl Maximum Saturday Minimum in nlcht At 8 a in Sunday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum uniCcucdly foi prcst On this occasion Mi Kceuari Viad a letter he had written to an Itiwi alumnus IIT which in film linguigp he hf car MI Handier as an shaKcdottn He referred to AU Hanchcrs lopiTiHst ratins both as to pro fessional ability and pcrsohal lnlfRrit in tnc universally ar rcptcd legal directory and con trasted it lhat of opposing counsel f t He pointed lo the latl llial a tiiaxumiMi TCcovcry for ihc plain till in the action igainsl Hancher aim 01 a 0 lioklings wouki be around S7 w Iull of Ihc coil of the M it Tibs Mi Kccnm inteipreted is irrirttiiiR an unmistakable at tempt on Die pir o the rival law   

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