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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAT DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION VOLX THE NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS SRESS HI it MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1940 MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VAHM conian SEEK NEW PACT WITH RUSSIA ALLTIME HIGH SET BY VOTERS IN MASON CITY Associated Press Makes Survey of Population Centers EES M01NES WRegislration totals collected from jnoie than a dozen of Iowas larger cities in an Associated Press survey Fri day indicated that a record num ber of lowans have qualified to participate in next Tuesdays elec tion No registration required however outside of the states Z7 blrfest population centers Although the tabulating task is not yet complete the Des Momes city clerks office repdrted ap proximately 100000 voters regis tered in Iowas capital city Be tween 15000 and 17000 new weie placed on the books in the last three weeks it said The new legislation figuie un doubtedly will be the highest m the city s history one Des Woines legislation official said Hapids reported 39191 registered volers also a lecord number New registrants since the June primaries totaled 6697 Cedar Hapids official said City Clfgrk Frank Hess of Dav enport said about 4000 new voters have been placed on the books to boost the Scott county metropolis total to an alltime BUrh or 38000 Waterloo officials look ior a Tuesdayon the ificreasea registrations Alecord peak of 29728 recorded voters was reached last weekend nearly 4000 above the pieyious mark of 25734 set in 1938 In 1932 Waterloo had 21811 persons registered for the Novem ber election Couniji Bluffs recorded 3082 registrations since Oct 14 to boost that citys total number of voters to 26535 another lecoid j One clerk said the biggest rouble with new voters at Council Bluffs wab getting them to raise their light hands You ask them to raiie then right hand clerk said and half of them piomptiy put up their left1 An alltime high In regislra iions was reached in Mason City with a total of 16393 as a result of 2448 new reglstra tions City Clerk Anne McMahon of JMarshalitown leported 1794 registrations Marshalltown ofti cials said the number of new registrations four years ago slightly moie than 1600 Alfiiough no definite figures weie available in Ottumwa elec tion officials said the unprecc dentcdly heavy icgistiation indi ated that thnf city now mine than 18000 roteis on its eligible list Eight yeai ago the Ottumua iiguie 12834 An all time lecord of 3170 new legislations since June was re poited in Ottumwa 3548 first timers and 1622 address changes Clinton Auditor H Cowles estimated upwards of 14000 volers are registered In that city More than 500 voters regis tered last Saturday in Clinton in a lastminute rush Saturday was the 10 day deadline tor registration in Iowa Muscatine noted new registrations ivhich possibly will mean an alllimehigh Muscalinc officials said heir normal Uation total was between 10000 and 11000 Iiittrt City icpoited an estimated 2100 new i egistrations foi the cnmiug election with a last min ute of 318 last Satuiday Fcirt Dodge officials estimated an additional registration of 2000 above the June figuie 11408 Burliiifiton report ed nearly 1500 new regulations neaily 600 of them on Saturday the last day Fred Maytag II New Company President NEWTON Fred Maytag II Thuisday was elected president of the Maytag Washing Machine Unrest Grows Against Nazi New Order By DEWITT MACKENZIE ForeUm News Analyst I have received unimpeachable information that there is in France a growing antiGerman unrest accompanied by actual un dercover condition which casts further light on HW Hitlers anxiety to biing that country into the nazi fold and tain the cooperation of the gen eral public One suspects that the fuehrer is beginning to find truth 1 In the olA Chinese adage that 5fwho rifles a Ber finds It difficult to dismount The nazi chief has plowed large portion of Euiope under with his mighty warmachine without much opposition He probably will plow moie under for it would be stupid not to xec ogmze the terrific power which he wields But in every instance where he has occupied a country by loree he has found that while he could break physical resistance he couldnt destroy the spirit of the nation as a whole The situation in Prance js symptomatic of that existing in other parts of occupied potential danger of vast proportions This can only he kept inTiand by armed overlordship and that will be increasingly true as the conqutred countries lecov er from tbe shock of assault Hitlers new order Is cal culated to take care of that If he can It to functioning while bombs still fall and priva tion flaps about over Europe JUwa I at Iunderstand that there has been a lemarkable undercurrent change of sentiment in France in iccent weeks As you know the countiy was utterly smashed by its terrible military defeat and at that time there was much bitter ness against the British a flame fed eagerly by the Germans be cause of a rather widespread feeling that the Fiench had been let down by their ally Thut feeling has undeigone much change although there still is an antiBritish paity which may be said to be lepiesented by VicePiemier Laval who has pro claimed that he believes demo cracy is dead in all countries and is working overtime to swing France into the nazi camp Only Thursday Roy P Porter an As sociated Press correspondent re ported in a Paris dispatch that Juring an interview he received he definite impression from the French leader that he earnestly desired the defeat of England However there has been a widespread shift o sentiment in favor of Entland This has been due mainly to the determined and successful British resistance Germanys failure lo launch the muchadvertised invasion of England and the material sup Port which the United States has been affording Britain Theie is strong backing for Gen eral de Gaulle the Frenchman who organized the committee free Frenchmen in London to aid England British Premier Churchill has promised time and again that victory for England means restoration for France and this undoubtedly has had a I marked effect on the French pop President C i Says Turks Not to Go to War Now President Roosevelt New r thins on rear platform of train f campaign for reelection into i New Haven Conn The only FINE FOOTBALL WEATHER SEEN Fair and Cooler Is Forecast for Scene of IowaPurdue Tilt DES MOIRES The weatti rbureaus torecast Friday ear 1iea the promise of fine football weather Saturday from the stand point both of the fans and play For City 40000 peisons aie expected lo sec Iowa play Purdue an ahomecoming tilt fair and coolei was the f die cast Willkie Charges F D R Policy Will Bring War G 0 P Nominee in Roosevelt Plans Kepiy to Presidents Address in Boston By THEODORE F KOOP AgOARD WILLKIE TRAIN IN NEW JERSEY 1 Willine asserted FiidayrthaUresl dent Roosevelts foreign policies aie leading us straight to a war for which we aie totally unready and added that his domestic poli for Major Speech in Brooklyn Academy WASHINGTON up the final big push of his 1940 cnmpiigning Piesident Hoosevelt ready Friday ofA quielc sweeb thiough New York Penn sylvaniS and Ohio The territory marked for in cies aie leading to complete col vason was politically rich rep lapbe rcsentimr 109 electoral The ildtc foccMst Fuir Friday mght and Satuida slightly coolei in the cast and cen tial poitions Fuday night vuth i scatteied light fiost Thuisdays low temperjkue readingin the slate ivas de grees at Sioux City Thuisdays lugli was 66 at Davenpoit and Du Boone icporfed 170 inches uf rainfall Thursday and Thursday night Webster City had 164 For est City 63 Estherville 62 Fort Dodge 45 Other points leported lesser amounts Skies were clear in the west part of the state Satuiday mqin mg but lemained cludy in other sections compahy succeeding his the laic E H Maytag father George M Umbrcit who contin ues was napjcd cc ivc president and L B Mtytis of Colorado Springs Colo choscirlo fill liie vacancy on the boiirdof clircclovs causcrt by NAZI RAIDERS ATTACK LONDON LONDON night iaiders took over the attack on London a little ahead ot their us ual schedule Fuday night after day raiders had struck at this cap ital the Liverpool and other points in England and Scot land Although the German night at tnck struck over a wide aiea theie were no repprts of heavy damage during the first houis apo agenU aie trying Investigate the de GaulleBritish I ulatidn Nazi gestdi to clean out the de GaulleBritish I T web of agents ana sympathised fOIl JVlatSOll F which hay been glowing lapidly throughout HONOLULU bu is reported also lobe fumly eslab icau of imestigjlion dgcnts and lishcd in the occupied zone I dont wish to give the im pression Ihit a revolt is immi nent In France The country is too utterly defeated for that However the power ot resist ance presumably will grow and already there Is much sabotage reported in nazi bases This situation in France as I have pointed out is only one of many Everywhere the icich has established the relations of mas ter and servitor with conquered countries Economically politically and socially the entire lives of these peoples have been changed There is regimentation under dis tressingconditionsand often with great privations if Embittered pafsive and often active resistance on a consider able scale is meeting the German occupations It has been paiticu iarly maikcd in shattered C jtemtona authoiitics Fuday investigating a Jiic bioke out Satuidny on Ihp line ficighter Mahko while the vessel as emoutc iicic fidm San Fian The republican presidential nominee Issued a statement con tinuing his criticism of the chief executives Boston address as he approached he end of an 18 OCp mile campaign tour He announced he would discuss the speech further in a radio bioadcast at oclock CST Iliday night Special attention lull be placed on aviation angles statement made pub lic fiom his special tram which will be broken up Saturday noon took up primarily Mr Roosevells disclosure at Boston Wednesday of what the lepublican candidate termed certain orders which the Biitish government has pjaced with our manufacturers And the ragic fact he said Is thai owingto the policy of neglect and delay over the past seven years they must remain on order for many many months to come The icpublleau candidate aigucd i that the piendent by mfeiencel and innuendo1 ti icd to take credit j foi the plane oideis to rmmufac tuieis who lie declmcct had been Jieglccled and ei en abused by i the new deal In Boston My Roosevelt dis closed he had asked the defense priorities boaid to give most sympathetic consideration to a Biitish lequest to order 12000 raoro planes from American manu facturers I was surprised by the1 use In such a superficial manner he said of an effort so vital to Britain and our ann safety 1 cannot understand the propriety of speaking in a political speech as if from the unite house of making campaign material of the duties of the president ot the Lnitcri States C1SCO The file which icquhed 12 hours to quell was discoveicd in the lower pait of No 5 hold and damaged nine automobiles ce ment rice and cantred goods resenting 109 electoral one fifth of the entire national tolal Entraining here In mid afternoon Mr Roosevelt swing through metropolitan and upstate York western Pennsylvania and thence to Cleveland the biggest In Ohio The fii3t niajoi spcecli of Lhi final was down TOL Fiidav p m c S T at the Brooklyn Academy of Music a spoMhat has almost been a fix ture on the democratic nominee s program during many years of campaigning Saturday night at 8 p m C S T he will speak out to the nation again from Cleve lands auditorium scene of several national political conventions The campaign trail will end Monday his oivn home in Hyde Park N Y wheie he will bioadcast his closing appeal to the nationj v oteis be the creator New York vole He made one of the major addresses of his campaign al Madison Square Garden in Manhattan iUondaj night in his drive lo pile up a city majority sufficient to swing Xcw Yorks 47 electoral votes to the democratic ticket The Cleveland visit will be his second to the Buckeye stale duiine the curaent campaign Ohio has 26 cleeioial votes X if Mr floosevelCday Thuisday was taken up by woik on hU speeches conference with Secrc taiy Hull on foieigri affaus a visit uom Aithbishop Spcllmfm of New Yoik and 1 quick tup m the late attemoon lo neaiby Beth fsdri Md lie dedicated the new plant or the Na tional Institute of Health Opposition Candidates Will Parade Posing candidates on county ent jSraet Incmu of Turkey Tn local tickets will maich tolmf natlona assembly Fu r through Mason Citys Tuikey would not enter Opposi and Jc gether nets district Monday evening 7n an way parade spon soied by the Junior Chamber of Commeice as part of its getout thcvote campaign Party lines will be set aside for the evening and the empha sis placed on the American priv lege of a free election Ward R Hamilton speaker of the eve ning at a rally in Central park to follow the parade will dis cuss The Voting Privilege Piies also will be given away at the lafly to pelsons who ale icgisteied voteis is ANKARA Tuikey to start Fifth sheet on Noith Federal avenue at oclock Monday evening It will maich down Fed eral avenue to Second street soUlh west to Washington and north to Central park where the rally will begin immediately Leading the paiade will be fouj men in full dress on white horses cariying American flags They Will be followed by Boy Scout Next be the Mabon City high school marching band under the direction of Lee Chnsman Democratic and republican parly banners will follow Next will be a machine gun unit from company H ot the national guard and guaidsmen afoot Then will come a number ot floats and the marching candidates aswell as Junior Chamber members carry ing torches The rally will open with a num ber by the high school band fol lowed by selcctjcms by Earl Hunt and hH band Hank HdoK mas ter ot ceremonies will be intro duced by Paul McAuley president of the sponsoinig organisation Community singing uill be led by Dr R F Kimz and K 1 Xer The pnzes be iltei MI Hamiltons speech HOOVERlAlKS AGAINST FR Former President Flays Roosevelt Foreign Policies LINCOLN Ncbr Hoover returned to Nebraska Thursday night to attack IDS suc cessors foreign policy in a na tionally broadcast speech climax ing the lepublicdn paitys cam paign in the state You aie far more likely to get into war Fiankhn Roosevelt tljan with Wendell Willkie the ormcr president told his audience Republican Slate Chaiunan Ken neth Wheny cstinuited the Uni Ihe war now but wasstudying the Mtuation in Die Mcchteuancan in collaboiation with Great But ain her ally The key to the deehion seemed to observers to lie in the presi dents statement that Turkeys relations with soviet BussU are nbw taking a friendly turn after passing through a critical stage He reiterated hovvevei that Turkey would light instantly if attacked and insisted We xemain loyal to oui fjiendships obliga tions and tics of collaboration for Ihe nation without else said Ihe of our anyone interests h aiming president While ovir own welfaie we shall icinain loyal lo our fiiendthipi and ob ligations Our ties and coilaboia Uons arc unshakable Before he spoke Inonit lud conferred with Maj Gen Arthur F Smith chief of staff of the British near eabt commaud Turkey has a mutual defense treaty with Britain The president spoke waimly of soviet Russia Soviet policy in the face of a dark world is one of the gieatcst security he said His speech hovvevei VBK intei pieted as beaung out indications by authoritative souices that Tui key would lemain out ot the GreekItalian war at least until her own national interests vere thicatened or until Bulgaria her noithern neighbor stepped in Inonu told the assembly ne t that nothing was being 1 lerrrs are under cvial ftA 4rt frnvnT4 ml J NAPLESBOMBED IN RAF THRUST ATITALYSBOQT Greek High Command Disputes Italian Claims of Advances BULLETINS BELGRADE UP Greek sources said Friday night that the Greek air force raided Tirana Drac and Sante Quaranti in Al bania during the day ATHENS Greece AP Air raid alarms sounded twice here Friday morning but no bombs were dropped in the city as the Greek general staff reported tank supported Italian in fantry attacks repulsed everywhere in the north west ROME Armored units forming the spear head of the Italianattack against Greece were de clared Friday night by faseigt authorities appar ently to have penetrated Greeces Metaxas line at some points BUCHAREST AP circles in Rumania Friday asserted that negotia tions for a new RussianGer man agreement ehiefly con cerned with the Icnolty Bal kans and Near Eastern pvoli amy le of Nebiisli coliseum crowd il Beginning with die rjiu ciudiantininu dicUtois thiec yeai ngo Hoovci Mi Roosevelt hris been conlmuouly sticking pins in tigen all over the that without seeming to realize that this lequnesa le serve of fneaims Dedicated at Albert Lea Minn Ball LEA Minn WPA hujlt aunoiy urll be dcdi ated at a mihtaiy ball m Un building Fuday nighl State WPA and mumiipdl of ficials participate m the dedi cation cctemomes Among those scheduled to speak lUajGen EUaid A Walsh slate adjutant gencial s L Stolte WPA admm utrator and Mayor E L Hayek Jolting Earthquake in Los Angeles Area No Damage Reported LOS ANGELES Los Angeles metiopohtan aica felt n jolting caithciuake at 11 26 oclock Fuday night 1 2S a m Fiidav C S T The temblor lasted euil seconds and camr in a lolimy n motion No damage was icpotted ofH informants said that I the hurried return to Berlin of Franz von Papen German ambassador to Turkey vab tin connection with the pro fposecl accord Voii Papen I continued his iournev hs plane to Berlin Friday alter reaching Constanta Ruman ia by sto4mer Beihn icpoitcd to be seek ing to eliminate any posMbihtj ol conflict over Iiaii the Dardanelles and othci he mtoicsh ol and may oveilap Get many The Weather FORECAST lOUA Fafr Friday night and halurdaj slightlj rosier east and central Friday night scat tered light frost MINNESOTA 1arllv cloudv occasional show crs extreme north slightly cooler Friday The cn thquakc in ougin appealed to he LOOK INSIDE FOR Declaimg tht he had ontcicth A ic sald lhcu lllnl neither it i generally fair not ilicu gov IM MAQOK1 CITY as I could to present a solid nont against the uoild markable demonstration Fifty thousand Danes gathered before the royal palace and shouted them selves hoarse m birthday greetings e Many the nf Maytnfi i biohci o H Slovakia Evcn in Poland and Noiway which accepted na7i occupation without icsistance only Jasl month there was a re to aged King wept as they cheeied One needs look only at the number of refugee governments in London to realize that there Is undying resistance Apart from the dc Gaulle committee there are governments of Bel glum Poland CzechoSlovakla Holland Nonraj and Luxem bourg Th nccciMlj foi Hitlei to icirf just thr i editions between IOP cjucror and conquered is obvious in this dangerous hour continued t Accordingly 1 went the limit m suppoitmg coitam elements of the thirdleim candidates position n foreign affairs This attitude of mine has been called by the th rd term candidate political stcnhtv and inetoo stutl 1 waa to forego use of c of the most telling points nst Mr Roosevelts rashnesb m foreign affairs But my opp0bl tion was not illmg to let it rest contended at that The president has icfuscd to debate our great domestic issues Willkie asked why and replied to hii ou n ques tion taymg O b v i o u s 1 because lie roulilnl In every field after a record of failure he has only to offer hat he has spent almosl sixty billions and increased our intend to sorijUic mpdj cal ptacticc any nioic than they plan lo socialize mdusliy national debt by 4 and accomplished no recovery vihalevcr recoid on nnlional defense and into national lelations is even moie disastrous Wo need effec tiveness by prudence rather than washbuckbng conduct abioid IN MASON CITY We need realistic cat home national de u havc neither The fact is now clear that the tmmtcrm candidate is ut as in competent in national defense aj he hasbeen in the solotion of every great domestic problem The sooner our people rcalio that his foreign policies aie lead ing us to a war for which we aic totally unready and that vvcathri tics Fuday Maximum Thursday Minimum In Mitht At 8 a m Friday YEAR AGO Slaximum Minimum sUtis 53 Extended Forecast Extended weathei forecast for the peuod fiom Nov 1 to Nov C inclusive Uppci Mississippi perature will average nearnormal Saturday and Sunday becoming stationary by Sunday over north ern Minnesota trend Min nesota anc Wibconwn Monday and Tuesday iJnd elscwheic Tuesday and Wednesday Tempciature neai or below nonmal last half of pc NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN Denies He Plans to Leave for California PAGE 2 Iowa College Student Leaders Plan Meeting PAGL 5 New Faces in Iowa Posts forPurdue SPOUTS IAGr British Bombers Attack Naples By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS British RAF bombcrs attacked southern Italy for the fust time bombing the ancient Tyrrhenian seaport of Naples neu the ankle of the Italian boot The Naples attack striking al oil tanks and other military ob jectives In the Naples area here gicalblast furnaces and sleel mills arc located followed rising clamor in he British rcss for stronger blows affamsl Ilalj lint he ucrKot link in the axis tlie London Chiomclr H ntj mnre liidii Iwir hr battle Daily Expiess dcclaied Livingwomen and children matter more io us than the an tiquities of Rome If Rome Hto mean an earlier vic tory for Die Greeks aud our selves we should begin it lo morrow Conliiiuc it until the Italians see sense Piemidi iMussohiu s high cnni mnnd siKl the iud on Naples cost one killed fue f A 35mile IKilian jdvanco into i the loinmn tenor of Ciieecc jiont the ciptuic of 70 Giccuil uliige vvs Lpoilcrl by he officuil Itilim ncvs aecn I cy The Itjlim claim which i vould indicate that the city of J loanninl Janina now is under j fascist sicec or that Mussolinis I invaders arc now advancing on i the shortest line from the Al i banian frontier confllcled I official Crock reports i The Greek high command ic jPoitcd fnday thit tanksuppoited i lljlim tioops in noithucst Giceco j iiacl beciv icpulscd 111 the S day old Balkan conflict i v hilc on the cast end of the 100 mile Ciont the facist jstailrd a majOTduvc toward ia i lpmki Bclgiadrdispalcht said Italians vvpie hammeimg at pusilionc in Pisodena pJSs 11 DIP itoithcast ciui of the Albanian The loluniii lirai v nitilleiv ard ppairntly had as their fust oh jectup ihe cjirck wtv of Phlorma u milc5 dislnnt and thence to   

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