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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             pep or Ots 1x3 1 we COUP NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VOL XLVn FIVE CENTS A COPY MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1940 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Or TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 32 NAZIS SCUTTLE SHIP NEAR MEXICO Dies Fears Retaliation Wont Quiz Axis OTHERS ALSO ARE UNABLE TO SAYS HE WILL Notre Dame OFFER REPORT ON NAZI AGENTS Hitler Allegedly Said U S Consuls Sent Home If Inquiry Made 1 SOUTH BEND Ind and Notre Dame were deadlocked in a scoreless tie at the end ol the 1 first half ot their football game i here Saturday The Irish threa tened late in the second quarter I but lost possesion of the ball on he Iowa 15 yard line WASHINGTON man Martin Dies UR Cliair of the house FIRST PERIOD Gallagher kicked and the low boot was downed by Kelly committoe on unAmerican acti3t J6 llJ 33 Mtics baid faatuiday Dial the not gaining sibility of German retaliation in both leilmi ueic offside Evans n harsher way had iau ed lum topunicii thc fouith play out of abandon plans to question on the Iowa 32 man and lUhan tonsulai officials1 made Gieen icgaidttig puipoitcd fifth column 1fousht clc dri cSht yaic actiMties in this countrj i glln fllst down Gieen lost Instead he said he would issue thlce yaldb Youel fad6d batk to nittun a few lioui j 500pjge 10 port or white papei showing the extent of piopaganda and othei activities allegedly engaged HI by cevtam Geunan agents lepoit on Italian activities uilli be issued later lie added Dies said later that he would postpone issuance of the Ger man report until the commit tee meets Tuesday at which time he will ash other mem bers to approve his plan to j make the material public i Dies originally had scheduled hearings for next week at which lie planned to invite a number of German and Italian officials to testify and ai spilled Gallagher and OBrien by for Tom a 14 yaid loss Youci punted to Hayes stopped dead on the lush 36 Notre got tvo Bdgaius slipped and five Evans quick kicked poorly out ol bounds on the Notre Dame 39 fumbled re covering the ball on the 50 Youcls long pass was spoiled by Evans Youel punted Hajes he turning seven yards to the Notre Dame 18 Notre lost three Evans picked up Evans punt whirling low hit Green bounced back to the Notre Dame German Bombers Blast Coventry Enemy Dislodged From All Positions Greeks Drive Italians Back Along 100 Mile Line With Bayonet Artillery Bombs RadlO SaVS ALLEN INDICTED FOR MURDER OF DIVORCED WIFE Grand Jury Returns Bills Against Five for Drunken Driving J Allen uas uidittcd BULLETIN SAIONICA Greece Greek messages received here Saturday reported that the Greeks had captured the Italian base of Koritza In Albania BY THE ASSOCIATED PU1ESS bavotiet poirlt arid with artillery ami bombing pUlnes the Giceks WCIL iepoitid Saturday to be driving the HalUins back all along tlie 100inile Bal kan battlcfroiit The official Athens radio an RUN BLOCKADE Master of Nazi Boat Says British Warships Sighted Off Tampico BULLETIN TAMPICO Mexico The German consul at Tampico said Saturday that lie master of the German ship Phrygia one of four German merchant ships that attempted to run the Brit ish blockade Friday night or dered his vessel scuttled because he sighted ivliat he believed to be British warships 1Me oncuj uneiS late fiicUv dfteiiioon the Ce nounied to the people lo Gordo county giand jm foi The cncnij has The plan was abandoned said when he learned that G man Chancellor AdolfHitler re Jiprtedly prepared to re action by ksiqiigtfijif e call of AtheHcan consular agents in territories American diplomats have been 35 where i Green It was recovered by Green fumbled and Lai who had goneinforGubamch recovered for Notre Dame at his 0wn33 i up jthre e yards at center On the third play Evans kicked to Youel who was stopped on the Iowa 29 have remained Dies said lie ask commit tee members to approve his pro posal tn issue thc 500 pige report on evidence gathered by commit tee investigators throughout the country He said he would sup plement the report with mentary evidence withdrawn from several suchteri ritcirics but the consular i of Notre made a yard The quarter ended Iowa 0 In one of Hie greatest raids In thc lustorx of aerial ttaifare Gel man bombers Wasted the English il above streets the famed Ladj Godiva once rode on her unite horse More than 1000 persons werekilled or wounded as the German planes wheeled in wave after high above the city IHakimr the attack in lefahation for the recent British assault on Munich while Chancellor Hitler was the pilots apparently liad as their principal objectives the numerous Airplane motor plants In the city but churches homes and stores also were struck Germans Apparently Making KING INSPECTS Attempt to Break Blockade the murder of IDS foimei uilc Alhe in the caily moining houib ofOct 1 He bi ought in a fiom liib hospital bed to thetout house to tcbtify bcloie the giand ntii He still is confined to his bed because of a scllin flicted throat wound when he at tempted to commit suicide after killing Mrs Allen because he said u c u ci c in thc Holh cnij has been ills lodged from all positions The organized defense can haidlv withstand thc Greek attacks for more thaira hours At many Gieel tioopa were declared ill dispatches from tlie front tu be pushing further into Albania It was one of the heaviest days actions of the and the Ath ens newspaper Zimu repotted thit thc Gicel fleet had joined in With a bombardment of the re al the home of adaughter jUeiting Italians behind the lines Tlie giand jtuy iKo ictuiiiecti Gieek voio said to be live indictments for drunken drrv smashing into the Italians west Notre Dame o Dies said the coinmlUee also liad evidence confirming that Hie axis partners Germany Italy Japan and Russia are working very closely In the lUnited States are exchaiiriiiff information and actively coop erating in many ways The axis object he said first to prevent this country from quickly preparing its defense and second to prevent our extending aid to Britain There is no question that their agents are entrenched in indus SECOND PEIUOI The first string Notre Dame L i a r g r a v e m3thine gningi Saggau and Piopuliwent into the j game Notre a pass was spilled for a 14 yard loss On the fourth play Saggau punted the ball being downed at thc Iowa 39 on a pass from Gallagher made threeyards at left tackleYouel punted Har grave returning the boot to the By FRED VANDERSCHMIDT Foreign News Analyst iiazis are fnaling another attempt ln break British blockade the first on asizable scalp since earlv Die war The start of this adventure ran scarcely be doits Two of the four German freighterswhich left Tampico pjickecMo the beamends with material to keep thcGerman war nlo rlistress bclure they were out ofsight of One of llicm is burning Die other back in port with machin ery trouble Still another ship ausijl Shells to Blast German Ships tries vital to national defense he continued Thatproof lias al ready been obtained There Notre Dame 32 Notre shot a pass to Juzwik who dropped the throw Saggaus pass was just be yond the fingers of Juzwik Sag gau punted Youel calling for a fair catch on the Iowa 29 made three cuicsIion about despovatc in Iciitioii rf tbo ci 1 p c vent us from iiropHinjiind fioni extending help in Britain Hi icniriik cic in line itlj is previous observations that the United States1 a widesoread outbreak of sabotage in defense industries no On the third play Youel punted Ifltiball being downed at the Irish 4 Notre was run out of boundsat thc 50 Juzwik made four Saggau shot ii low paps over center to Kovatch was at the loiva 29 Picpul shot a pass to Dove who gotto the loua 17 Saggau s shoit dustries i oua Saggau s bhoitpats TheTexan back in lhe capital 1 Itll incomplete Saggau failing to aflei an absence ot moie than two months said he would ask con gress for at least 51000000 to combat suchactivity and woiild also icquest bioadei powci foi the committeeto publicize per sons n to e connections widi subversive srouos Thc committee chairman as serted that his committee had a list of 300000 persons and lliathe proposed to blinp the name before the committee one by our lit added that past committee experience had lliat rspnsurc brought to an end he effectiveness of foreign agents Diesdeclarer that therewere hundreds nf foreign ogcnts or pcrions of doubtful patriotism in national defense industric The names of some ot these he added had been msdc known o the manufacturing planla involved and to the federal bureau of in vestigation In some cases he said no dls1 HOLLYWOOD missalshad taken place He had I temples tonsils learned indirectly he contin1 Saturday tied that some employers had rei Leceiv el ran aiound light encf to the IT taking over the third play Youel punted to Margrave who returned to the Towa 44 1 Notre fumbled j nnd Petlit recovered for Iowa at j the Notre Dame 48 Iflwa S a R g a u intercepted Youels long pass intended for Green returning the ball to thc Notre Damn Notic lu long OLS was incomplete Picpul i tntKed tcntci foi got lliiec Saggni nasscd to nn the Notic Dame 45 baggKifs loiiff pass incomplete Ciim niins passed to for 12 yards as thc second period ended Iowa 0 Xotrc Dame 0 trouble hearting eastward from Colombia s reported lo have been sent to the bottom by the Briiish navy Caijbbciii scjuadton Nevertheless the fact that these ships in such number arc leaving the ports where they have sheltered for more than a year and leaving with every evidence of has consider able significance First of all it is evidence of the steady silent pressure which the garrotte of thc blriekade is applying lo the neck of Germany Second it iilustatc lie naxi be lief that ihcjr Uboats ami plane aild tlic length ni tiiraxis LOH line have So weakened the British Atlantic patrols Hint it may now be poible to bung miitrabai ci cargoes fiom thc ucstetn hem isphere Third and perhaps mast im portant the departure of these COVENTRY RUINS Offers Sympathy and Cheer to Victims of Furious Nazi Attacks BULLETIN LONDON was aii nuuijced officially late Saturday that 200 persons were killed anil 800 injured In the bombardment of Coventry between sunset Thursday and daybreak Friday COV1 NTRY t ngl ind i King George perioiially bvousht bond 1 words of sympathy cheer and as j surarlce oi an empires support Satuidij lo stulen Coxent i 1 i blasted to a smoking shatteted I 1 by a n izi au i aid i ing one for soliciting toy piosti Uitioiione for desertion and one against Royal Miller for practicing the healing art withouta certifi cate Information against Mr Miller was sworn to in the justice court of Howard M RemleybyHerman B Carlson secretary of the slate board of basic science examiners on Sept 28 Mr Miller wns re leased under S50 bond Mrs M a I y HPiidcison charged vifh soliciting in police conn by a Ultncxs ivlru also tes tified that hc Inuk S5S from hin Sho free under SHOO boiid The drujiken driving mdifl ments were ugaiiistJIvigh F Coylc Dick Berser G D lacnbson Car roll Julscn and Ansel Vigdahl All irc free jmder bonds ol S50Qcach Gei aid Hcdnck indicted foi debeition lice undci SJUO Kduard T Traulsel German consul said that thc master ol lhe Phrygia told his men lo set Iheir ship afire upon sighting what he believed were three men owar cruising at sea ath wartthe mouth of the Panuco river In addition to a blaze aboard the Fhrjgia the engines of an other of theGerman ships were crippled and the remaining two vessels scurried back to the saf ety of Tampico port 11 was re ported here that when the Ger man ships put out to sea they had expected to receive the pro tection of a German warship perhaps a submarine TAMPICO MCMCO bolrl i fiom big Piebba lake tow did attempt of Join Ge the Albanian port of Valona forces in Albam parts and encnclc t fascists to escape ftom lefuge c lieie ended jn appaient lailuie when one caught tup So hard pressed were lhe It alians that they were reported to have withdrawn their forces along the Jugoslav frontier vtords censored Military experts fiiid this with drawal combined with lbc Jvccl offensivefrom Ilic rcRiun of Lake PjCsba ajuj in tlus south eastern coniei1 of Albania vas dcstroyins any the Italians may have had bl using a ruiitc acioss southeiii to wards he Greek port ot Salonika Greek army men claimed DIP Oneot the ships apparentlythe 4317ton Phrygiawas seen burn ing offshore but disappeared from view about 9 a hi Its crew ploughed through iougli seas in life boats nnd readied shore Sat uidaj inotning f t The port rapluin said tx PhrxKia crew had cone aboard tlip biKEcst of lip four ships the Orinoco which put back in thc harbor because if entitle trouble The Mexican navy gunboat capture of TOO fascistsoldici and Qucretaro left the harbor to make Ctiflyscven woids censored Takinjf the survivJnic lowns men completely b surprise the ffravefaced khakiclaa ulng pulled up before the town hall in his big car vthicli had threaded its way through de brisstrewn streets M A VY MEN VOLUNTEER YORK CryCol Ai tuu V MVDeimott local sei v icc director announced Saturday tbat 3700 meii or nearly twice the city s firstcall ouola of 1917 draftees had for training In t tir c ttcnt up tlic 1 IM nv A knot ol cri Miound bir i cheer I iiu hip liooi 1U Majc 1 smiled Saluting agarrt and igain he made his way thtoughthe crowd as redfaced policementiredfrom long houis at fluh tiied lie we LOOK INSIDE FOR ships ma be timed to pieceae jn lcd offensive against Gibiaitar uhidij Italcd rlne l is Mtil to Bntain not only as the Thc klnff Tonsils of Shirley Temple Are Removed This picture should lie of hi ltrest to iiazi aerial raiders Thc shells arc being held by a Brit ish sailor aboard a destroyer which Is assigned to escort duty Nazl Stuka bombers have been attacking he escorts Biaidian of the Meditei lanean but as a blockade base for southern Europe anJ Africa fli other words the nazis anil their Italian friends may be con fident that by he time the Ger man freighters get to where most of them appear to he headed Gibraltar wont be Brit ish and the warship patrols cither will be sewed up in thr Mediterranean or engaged in urgent business elsewhere This in no isolated strawin the wind about Gibraltar Right Ramon Serrano Suner biotherin local i cmcigency lehef tor the luined industrial city Then lie touied the devastated A look ot honor ciosscd his ficc as lie stepped into the ruins ot old St Michaels cathedral Standing on a heapnf stillsmok ing nibble he spoke gravely to lhe I provost the VeryRev R f ud The provost said lie had tried desperately In save the cathr tlral His squad extinguished 12 fires started mcendian bombs before their saml and water supply iravp nut A nciv rain of explosives forced them to flee he said Squads of home guards and po1 Shirley removed DENIED HEART BALM law of Francisco Franco and for lice arc clearing thc streets of eignminister of Spam is traveling wreckage A heavy pall of smoke i toward Berlin still hangs over the scene Senor Serrano Sunci is the Rescue workers and j axisbest friend in Spain and ho falling buildings and delayed I court jury Friday refused to award traveling on axiswagonlits in 3 Resignations Follow His NLR8 Appointment PAGE 2 Norwegian Leader Speaks at Decorah STATE PAGE Davis Faces Suspension After ZivicJSattle HAMBURG FEELS HEAVY ATTACKS LONDON air force smashed at railroad line shipyardsand public utili tiesin a iargecatc attack on Hamburgthe ail1 inijiislry aid SiluicLo in dcsinbinn ui fiffejispc 1mm Xorviiy tn tlic Kronch iaai The Bntisli iir tifiiiiivc u carried uiit bolh HI daylight and it niylit theijiTiniuiiiciucnaicl with UambuiH thepriiicipBl target Oi plants docks and iirdrome were bombed anri German inva sion ports along the coist heavily attacked Coastal command aircraft attacked militaii and buildings at Mcnnes as welt as andiomcs the tom munique A Hcinkel float plane mi patiol was ineountcicd i and destioyed in lombnt 011 al nmimiml mtiafl Fiom ill nf fipfAjltons f inn m tiift did not i mi n The Weather FORECAST Fair and warmer Sat urday night Sunday air vvarmcr Saturday iilnlil Sunday fair warmer cast MINNESOTA Generally fair Saturday night anil Sunday warmer Sunday and south and extreme cast Saturday nisht IN MASON CITY GlotrcGazeUo woulhci sk tlstlCs iMaximum Friday Minimum Vriday nijjht 17 At 8 a m Saturday iO Tho mercury rose tciiriilv din ing Friday YEAH AGO Maximum M I he jLnnan snid the Phrygiii crtuglit lueabout 10 mile scnitii uf tiic rah like wildlirc around thewntcifrout but therewas ut ut tere was no confirmation of the report that Butibh standing in tlugulf had ot the German icpoits aid liglit beams apparently from a had been seen southeast of the haiboi Icn nig iftci liic the IURU of the four ships tlio Orinoco limped bark into port under low It had sig naled shortly after midnight that one of its engines failed VuriUe Viilisuui fampKo rd toj snd anolhci Gcimjn ippaientlj the 4 117 ton Phrygii wa reported on fire about IS out to sea Otliei aterfioiH sources laid reported the Jion of the Iire cauld be seen ashoic indiLatiug that the cl hicl diirtccl snoicwnrd bcfoic 1 I ho U o ollici thr Rhctn Hhal lak sources t cpo nedd to tile berths they have in Tampico harbor fm f fu i f umn 115 he ilin kidc ciiusrri them lo turn not knoun MiSgcited llir mlEht liair returned to stand by tlip stricken Orinoco largest of thr four vessels 1 In 01 is n ut lhe 1opoi leri flie mi tnc Ilugii unknown but ilUis ma said it v ds po sibV its had sot H abkve when Uic ship ciKounteicd encim v iisnin pic umdbly Bun h n t K tunoin luim w is n hipping up tn auK v hen fie fnt fit the ship put tr sci about 10 P m riidi nijht By midniBiil ether two tiic Orinoco last the icporicci on Iowa Notre Dame Minnesota Purdue Final Michigan Northwestern Indiana Wisconsin Final Hostpn College Final   

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