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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY EDITED FOR VOL XLVII HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS E CENTS A COPY MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 91940 MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 26 RAF BOMBS MISS HITLER AT MUNICH Italians Reported Sector GREEK FORCES Nebraskas Cornhuskers 14 6 MISTER CUTS Bomber Tested for Britain Ahead of Iowa at HalfTime FROM ENEMY SLOWLY Befove British and Greek Ships Stopping ItalysSupply Lines SALONIKA Greece ian foiees in Albania weie re ported to be withdiawing fiom the Kontza sectoi Satuiday in the midst of the lighting of the weeks old ItalianGreek war Greek tioops weie fo be gaining the uppei hand slowly al though they had made no Uige advances iMeamt hile a new Ditch of 2GO Italian prisoners arrived in Salonika Thirtyone of these vere Alpinists with feathers in their caps Troops of this tvpe formerly stationed on the r French front i at uglrt failed to Gieek guaids accompanying the Stauss passed to Green on a pusoneta said they offcied all and Green swept Nebids then money and wedding s lcrt cud fo1 lluce Youel imgs for food when captured RohnS cut thiough V left tackle swept wide and earned eight Rohiig failed to gain Sophomore Hawkeye End Races With Kickoff 75 Yards for Counter LINCOLN Nebr Nebraskas powerfulCornhuskers led Iowas Hawkeyes 14 to 6 at halftime in Mcmonal itadium iee Saturday afternoon in a football game played befoie a ciosvd of 25000 Iowa counted in the second period when Wilford Burkett sophomorp end grabbed a Nebraska kickoff and raced j down the field 75 sards for a sensational touchdown i Nebiaska bcoicd early in each t quaitei of the fust half in both i cases paving Uicway for touch downs by the aeiial route then I oluuging thiough the Iowa line trf tally FinST PERIOD I febiislia won the toss I elected to kick oil Fidncis kicked off the Iowa sod line and Jowa sciirnmagcd fiom the 20 on a sweep and Neutral obseivei1 took this jj an indication that Butiili mid Greek naval action in the Adiii atic was making H difficult for Italy to supply her Albanian troops Theie weie consistent lepovla from Albania even before the fascist invasion of Gleece of a shortage there The Greek Cross received muchneeded medical supplies when 19 trucks loaded ma terial arrived fiom the Butish Red Cross in Belgrade spilled Gilleaid foi a four yard loss on a wide sweep at Nebiabkas light end Youel punted over the goal Une Nebraska taking over on the 20 quick kicked 50 yards and the ball rolled tb Iowas ten wheie a flock uf Huskeis downed it fumbled aftei picking up thiee at left end and Behm lecoveied loi Nebraska on the Iowa 15 passed lo RADIOCHAPELS DEBT Receivership Cleared in 10 Months Period of Sentmans Operation i r Indebtedness Chapel has aga ins t Radio been reduced Luther who caught the bal on Clom to jn the 10 the ten and was run out of bounds months tince Jt was lakeri bv on the beven Pekch diopped tlle RevCail J diopped Rohngs pass over the middle of the thiee Boh rig on a right tactile missed by a foot Fiancis over Iowas fust down diove straight thiough the middle foi touchdown kicked the extia Nebraska 7 Iowa Couppee quaitei back foi Iowa in place of Stauss on a reVeiie bioke over Nebraskas left tackle foieight Youel puntedto Ne braskas 36 got fne at center on a fake Pettit diopped Poling foi a two yaid loss Petsch dropped Rohug s pass in midfield Rohug punted out of on the Jowi Sentman he an nounced Satiuday Necessniy le gal hteps to have the recelveiship dissoh ed ue now being taken he said All cieditois against Radio Rohug place Chapel have settled and assigned point Score tlie clajms to the nen coipora t tackle Rohi ig punted out of bounds on Iowas 24 v t e d wide aiound Nebiaska s left end cut bcck and gained one But the play was tecalled and Nebraska penal ized five for holding giving Iowa lust and ten on the 29 handed the ball to Luther on a reserve and Luther sinking at left tackle fumbled Stauss recovering for Iowa on Nebraskas 47 came and YUGOSLAVIA BITOLJ hit center for Jour Youel punted to Rohng slipped and fell on the Nebraska 18 after a thiee yaid leUnn swept Iowas right end to the Nebraska 33 be fore Green pushed him out of bounds Hoppi thiough center made it fust down on the Husker 45 Zikrrmnd made six over Iowas lefttackle on a reverse Hopp uut back through Iowas right guard Jor a first down Iowas 44 as the quarter ended Score Nebraska 7 Iowa 0 SECOND QUARTER Hopp passed to Knight caught the ball ori the Iowa 25 and lan to the Hawkeye three where he was forced out Blue drove over Iowas left tackle tor a touchdown Schliecli a lacklt plaeekicked the extra point and Nebraska led 14 to 0 Schliech kicked off shoit to Buikett took the ball on the Iowa 22 came straight up the field for 20 thencut wide to the east side line and sped down the line foi a touchdown escaping two Nebiabka taeklers who at him Gallaghers IjicK was wide Seore Nebraska 14 Iowa 6 Gallagheib kitkoff was out of bounds and Nebraska took the ball on the Husker35 picked up Hopps punt on the Iowa 25 and got back to tlie Hawkeye 39 bulled his way through Nebraskas right tackle for four Green diove off Ne braskas leftfaclcle for five Green drove off Nebraskas left tackle foi five Green on a made it first down on the Hawkeye 49 Youel s bullet pass down the cen ter no good Youel on an at tempted pass was diopped by Heindon Nebiaska tackle on the loua 34 Youel punted to Zik mund on the HusKci 20 and he came back to the Nebraska Sg a Zik tion and thiee new mortgages have been made totaling 524500 he explained This tiansaction saved appioMinately 312000 in in leiest lie estimated Reduction of the debt Mas ac complished Tjy membership tributlons and compromisingof claims against the receivership lie announced at a meeting of the new corporation the Mid vest Evangelistic association which now manages Radio Chapel The fll active membcis adopted as tlie associations To own and operate Radio Chapel lor the p emotion of evangelism and Bible instruction to give to missionary activity both at fhl seve lons fourmotored Consolidated B21 bombers reportedly contracted fo i Tif n V aS l one test flights it has been undergoing in Sa tal The 20ton plane alrcadv beaiing a coat or camouflage Is powered rgoing four San 1200 elected includes Mi Sentman piesident Di E E Chappell Clear Lake pieiident Jo seph Scheiling Maxoji City Mrs Mabel Benson Manly C E sehi Ehrabeth Rockwell Carl Niehoiibe Sheffield Hany N i e house SheHield Louis Euckson Misou City Garland Thompson MasonCily liflris Johnsoh Fei tile Joseph Scherhng Mason City hit and C E Sentman Steamboat Rock Rviebcn Daake Rockford Ed Willert Rockford Mrs Mabel Benson Manly Mrs S B Durant Forest City Rev Harm Johnson Ella Reemtsma Geoige Jake Reemtsma Rock Rapids Archie Reemtsma Rock KIRN ELECTED IOWA FALLS GIRL man Steamboat Kapteyn Mason Rock Citj Jorgensen Fertile Henry Bochlje Slieffield and Herbert Loinen IiT0i1 Radio Chapel built an evangelistic putei Rapids Pete Biuns George Thomas Bums George C Vust Ellswoilb Minn Lucas Vust Little Rock Ralph Ubben Lombard III Evanston J Rockford Dr pnse by Evangelist Buiroughs A Witllup who loft Mason City after Ins failed iiruinually Neutral observers declared that Greek forces defending Ilicir land against Italian invasion were in as cood or hettcr posttioit than on the first day of the fascist assault tartcd 12 days ago The Ital ians according to reports have been thrown back on the Greek muna swept Iowas left end foi right wing 1 and on the Greek center 2 in the Albania I ftntdow n on 1he Huskor 48 The Greek high command announced that Italian attacks on the Greek left 3 had been repulsed Thus the entire Greek line appeared to be not only holding firm but to be pressing hack the Italians in a great rough arc FORECAST IQWA Cloudy with occa sional rain rolilcr Saturday night Sunday tlouclv and colder occasional showers cast and light rain or snow west Monday partly cloudy con tinued MINNESOTA Mostly tlouv Saturday night and Sunday oc casional light Sunday arid rain or snow Saturdaj night colder south Saturday night and Sunday Monday partly cloildj snow flurries and continued cold IN MASON CITY GlobeGazelle weather ticsSaturday Maximum Friday 43 Minimum in night ib At 8 a m Saturday 1 Precipitation IS SHOT TO DEATH FAIRFAX ttfVFloimn Dra j hos ri7 fjlhei of nine thildicn i vvusaccidentally shot to death J hunlins Fnday on his faim near hcie Hailan Snydci Imn tounty dcpulv heiiff tepoitcd So Alvis Canceled His Election Bet ATHENS Tenn Ah h Estes uon Miother one of those wheelbaiTowiide etecliori bets The loser a joung woman Said Ive seen women Uy to push wheelbarrows before 1 11 just cancel the riebl Mi SeiitindtTstiesied Satuiday that the organization it not a church but an evangelistic asso ciation has a much broad er bcope in its aclmties and in tClPntS The association Is to be pei petuated bv twotypes mem bership active and associate he explained Individuals may be come active members by sub scribing to the doctunal statement adopted by the association and contiibutiug 550 to assist the cor poiation in caiiymg out its puir poses incnioeis must aUo subsciibe to the doLlunnl state incivt and contubute S5 01 moie Only iuue membcis may vote The cliaiter nicmbor include1 Air and Henty Wulff Flojd Mi and Wallci Miller Blf j falo Center SW Parker Joice I Mi dnd Mrs Norman Jorgenson VeitfleJenny Torgenson Costai Rica Mi rfnd MI C E Kiken i baiy Ferfile W R Kellogg I Ma0on City Ifemy Boehljc Shff I field Geoige Boehlje Shefticld V A Lemkc Mattin i Fedelleck Jr Sheffield Mi and Mis A R Kims FoiCst City and Mis Qscai Long Clear and Mrs John Oetken Mildied Oetken Rockwell and Henry Octken nocltsicll Anna Eilnis Rockwell BeuKilers BPH Fiiinrvs iihfffield Anna and Arthur Lombard III Robert 7 Kees Noiinan Evanston Jl Sam Johnson and Mis E E ChappellClear LakeMr and Mrs Carl J S 1 H Thomas Mason Citj Ben Viei kant Rockfoid Aiihur Kapteyn Mason City Eugene Howjand Clear LaKe Mi and Theland Flthon Fertile Hcibeit Loinen f t Mason Cily Flossie Peaice Mann City and Call Boehlje Rockwell Mi Septinan ajo pians for a N ictory jubilee at liadio Chapel duung Hie nexl weekwith Aivid Pedeisen Ra cine businessman illus tiating faioiile gospel hymns with ciayon di swings Sunday eveping at 745 o clock Mi Sentman will delivcj a ser mon oil victory si f A TEACHERS HEAD Council Bluffs Man Chosen at Conclave of Iowa Instructors DES MOINES W Kirn principal of the Abraham Lincoln high School of Council Bluffs Sat urday was elected president of the Iowa State Teachers association He succeedsA E Harrison of Storm Lake retiring president Kirn won out over Fred J Miller plincipal of East Wateiloc high school in a close election ThDvictor polled 310 votes in thte house of delegates to 267 for Millci Tlie eic tion is OJIP of the Drdbrs of business on tlie 1940 toaLlieis tomenlion program Move than 10000 teach ers attended Grid Scores WILL MARRY NYE Engagement to Senator Announced at Luncheon Given in Davenport DAVENPORT he en gagement of Miss Marguerite Johnson Iowa Falls Jowa to Sen Gerald P Nye Dak was announced at a llinclicoii here Sat urday Mits Johnson who i ler of Mr and Mrs K Jolmson of Iowa Falls teacher homemakiiig in Hie Central junior highschoolal Rock TslandMll BRITISH PILOTS KEEP A BATE WITH FUEHRER Berlin Acknowledges Raid in Which Bombs Struck Famed Cellar LONDON Raids on Munich by the Royal Air Force timed to coincide with a speech there by Adolf Hitler Friday night were among the heaviest and most concentrated at tacks yet launched by the RAF against a single ob jective the air ministry said Saturday British bomber pilots who flew to keep an ap pointment with Hitler dropped bombs around and possibly on the Loe wenbraeu Keller in which jder fuehrer celebrated the 17th anniversary his first futile Munich beer cellar putsch British re ports said Tlie Evening Standard said that in addition to dropping bombs oil Munich several tail gunnels in British planes tossed out bricks and other Mr and Mi SECOND PERIOD Harvard 7 Penn 7 Wisconsin 6 Columbia 0 Cornell 14 Sale 0 Dartmouth 6Princeton 7 Carnegie 0 Pitt fi Purdue 0 Fordham 6 Brown 0 Army 0 FIRST PERIOD Dartmouth 0 Princeton 7 Brown 0 Army fl Cornell 7 Yale 0 Purdue 0 Fordham 0 Carnegie Tech 0 PHI 0 Illinois 7 Northwestern 0 Oklahoma 0 Kansas 0 Cicorfria Tech 7 Kentucky 13 an State 0 Indiana 0 She is agraduate of I owa Ea high1 school and Irnva State col lege Her father opciates H sjnd wicli shop Isye was divorced recently DEGAULLE ARMY LANDS IN GABON VICHY FiaiiLC tft The 1 Frencii government admitied Sat lUiday that troops of Gen Chailes tte Gaulle leadei of free Fiance Imd made a landing near LibieviUe in Gabon Fiench cqua tonal Africa and that heavy fighting is now going on The landing aided by light British ships which for several days have been along the Gabon coast Libreville pi unify bombed by Bulish pUnc Communications Ft fnch Berlin Admits Raid on Munich B E R L IN Informed sourco acknowledged Saturday tliat Butish had iaid ed Munich Friday night and sent residents lo shelters some time after Adolf Hitler had completed hisaddress there to nazt stalwarts THE REV CARL D SKNTMAN SPORTS EXTRA There wilt be a special sports extra edition of the GlobeGazette carry ing stories of the major foot ball games of the day on the streets at Satur day afternoon In this edi tion will be a playbyplay account of the IowaNe braska battle the Minne sotaMichigan duel and many other grid highlights of the day jiiloiy soulli of the pqiMloi the outside world havebeen cut offKials smd i They said the opei ationsveic impoitanl than those against Dakar m Flench Wost Afi it a wlieie unils of the Biihslij i ago Butter Rationing in Denmark Is Started BERLIN offiual news agencv topoited Saturday fiom Copenhasen Ihat butlci uitioninR was stalling thioughout Dmruiik with each pcuon rfllowcri 12 13 ounces a j aiiicius to which had been tied notes addicssed to The Lundon Star carried j bamierluicb having1 HitJers Beer Gclhir Bombed Renters cNpert said that excitement ran high in the squadrons se lected tokeep an appoint ment Mith Hitler and he iddcd that it had been the ambition of every nian in the Royal Air Force to teach Hitler and his friends the lesson they had made clear when they sent Ger man bombers to attack Buckingham palace in LorT don The Renter expert said the Biili buhcned tlie German air force had hoped to lull the King md tiueeii they bombed Buckingham palate Tile fii ihn spetuljlcd aIn whether tiie Billyh laid on Mu nich whith stalled 14 minulcs af i spoeili had toned him into lus iteel tiamIuhiin uses so oltcn on his way doout Gci manj Perhaps shnnlctl it baik Into a tunnel the Rcutcr avia tion expcrt said iiulc juditated Ilia tfip Americans Not to Decorate Graves of War Dead in France on Armistice YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 4 m lOLIS F KEEMLE United Press Analyst Americans vv ill not be dcco KUing tHe of then this Armistice day Tlie cemeteries whore the warriors of 19111918 He be livceit the crosses row on row have been scarred by the bombs of a new war There are few Americans left in France to car ry out tlie traditional pilgrim isc ftcithci will thrFrench ob Armistice Day lior thn Bntish except in pmjte tubutp to the dead of the last war The day has lost its meaning It once by the na tions in the last as one of thanksgiving for tlie establishment of a 01 dei and the end of conquest of arms Today there is disillusion ment The armistice ofNov M 1918 has proved to be a hollow hopea mere lull in the World war which in fact wiis no ended by the 1918 armistice but continued m o 1 d e i i n g thiough interminable nego tiations until Gcrmany the onqueied nation conceived right to be the domi nant qowcr of Lulope Asecond Armistice Day oc curred last summer whenGer many aveugcd the humiliation of 1918 by dictating terms to France in the Same railway car in the Complegnc lorest where Foch and Wcyffand abasedim perial Germany Now a new order ha Rriscn 11 will never beUie fsmc K Hie one OLII tion ncvei the sanic asthe one before 1314 and it is exUcmely impiobable that it will be the same Uic in conguious setup of fijp ticaty uf Veisoilleb which in 1019 par titioned Eufopc in aibituny fa Khion and sowed tire seeds of new lacial and nationalistic cDn flicls Gci many on thte Aimibticc dsy has erased the humiliation of Compicgne in 1918 and moved fast towards a new EuropCHii if nol world oider Only the Unil rd SUtlc and the Empire tignb of determination to resist In all Europe only Portugal Switzerland Sweden and Fin land remain strictly neutral The other nations either have been conquered or arc underaxis domination with the exception of Greece which Is actively at war against the axis and Jugo slavia and Turkey which are on the fence Nov Ji 3940 finds not only Europe but the rcmiunderof the woiUI eithei at 01 bustling aginvt the thirit of Japan and Chnld ate diaggms out m interminable conflict Canada is at war and the remainder of the ucstem hemisphere fiom the United Stales to the southcin ujj nf Aigcntino i picpafing against it Russia is m the alci t ins ahcady shaied in a good pii t of the eastern Euiopem by peaceful means except m the case of Finland Final rinssa MI Nebraska Drake a Slate Final 1 Minnesota Final Navy Notre Dame One of the on earth Quid let isiind whuli at fuesciit Final eem li be Ea one ADOLF HITLER KAFs ISombn Wisconsin Columbia cita HIM   

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