Mason City Globe Gazette, November 29, 1940 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette November 29, 1940

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1940, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HAH LOW E a HIST itEW A T DEPT OF IOWA COMP CES MK I HE 3 I A HOME EDITION VOLXLVH THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PUESS EUU LEASED WJHES MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1940 MASON citr BRIGHT I POT THIS PAPE31 CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 43 BRITISH AXIS CLAIM SEA TRIUMPHS 2000 SLAIN 1 RUMANIAN IRON GUARD RIOTING Diplomatic Sources Say Outbreak Worse Than First Indicated BUDAPEST Diplomatic information received here from j Bucharest Friday alleged that2J 000 persons many of them Jewsj had been slain in iron guard out breaks in Rumania and that iron guardists had fought pitcljed bati ties with Humanian army troops at some points The diplomatic information celved here indicated that the iron guard outbreak inRumania hud been of a more serious character than admitted in dispatches passed by the Rumanian censois There has been no indicnlion in j Bucharest censored dispatches of disorders on the scale reported in Budapest and there has been no mentionof antisemitic outbreaks i in Rumania Centers of the out breaks in addition to Bucharest i were reported as Ploesti in the oil fields area whore it was said that some 200 Jews and loftisis were slain and Bfasso Craiova and TurnuSeverin At Brasso Craiova and Turnu Severin pitched battles were said to have been fought between radi cal iron guavdists and Rumanian regular army In Brasso the iron guardists oc cupied the public buildings but the troops drove them out of the i postoffice telephone change At Craiova and Turnuj Severin it was said guardists oc cupied public buildings and there was report wheher the army has succeeded in regaining con trol situationat Ploesti was des cribed in the reports reaching here as so serious that Horia Sima Italians Fleeing from Pogradetz Lose Many Supplies Eiltors The following Italian casualties and the amount liieliVine snrpad mPa Editors Note The following dispatch is the firsf Independent verification that Pogradelz Al banian town 2ft miles northol Koritza has been captured by the Creeks Itscanture has not been claimed officially In Athens although it was reported Tues day Jn London tlie Creek com mand said at that time only that its fortes had overshot casualties amount fighting spread over a wide area into Hie snowcovered mountains being carried on mostly by small of booty laUeh Every Albanian I along the poaslal I i settjernent Koritza 1 e coasts haveIra1 Uage and all fcCCtOi through to this little units These detachments operate more ofiiadeU arc meetingno the rest of tlic way to Koritza by erted resistance They say there i is some rear guard action but lor the most part the Italians arc re 20 miles iiorlli otjor less independently com was amazed by ttic iiiiuiiicalions arc so poor it is im number of trucks motorcycles and guns littering the roadside to say nothing of the quantities of var materials by i HIP Greek TOMPKINS I can also understand now why viaillic eommuniques have been so Alheru otticial com reserved about the present situa iavc jjeeii on the lion side both as regards t In reality iherc is no frotil and possible for commanders even in treating faster than the Greeks can advancc 1 am writing this dispatch on a typewriter used only a few dav Is i useu only a lew davs SCCt01 lo know by an Italian officer who ap exact situation Military leaders even in tlvis ad vanced post ore unable to tell just how far beyond here their forces have penctrulcd into the wild mountains They s ay hrfvcvcr tint their to the wcrt of i I c parcntly left hurriedly A liaif wriHen letter was found in the machine I left thtvGreek city of Icaimina Thursday arid drovewhere the Al banian frontier crosses lhe river d by u ana motorcycle Greek forces apparently were well into Albania the entire way for ii 6 w h ere along Die whole route did 1 even hear artillery fire i arrived it Koritza in time to see the populationcelebrating the anniversary ot an Albanian inde pendence diy Creel and Alban ian flags moved side by side as j hundreds oC inhabitants marched i throughthe streets and heard I speeches in which leaders cried down with fascism and Musso 1 lini1 British Cry for Knock Out to Italy LONDON mands for British de out Scene of Reported German Raid beiof Gen Ion Antonescus govr cvnmetit was said to have gone Q When Official Train in China Is Blasted SHANGHAI lcut 151 persons were killed or wounded Friday when a train bearing prominent Japanese and Chinese officials to Nanking for lhe formal recognition by Japanof Wang ot ChingWeii legimc nas djnamitj Geiman s ed near Soochau by Chinese I S S out of gueiullas I poit Fuday m anothei ippairnt 2 SHIPS TRY TO Nazis Declare Furious Night Assault Made on Liverpool Biitish Admit Damage to Port Was Heavier Than Fust Indicated By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS RUN BLOCKADE German Merchant Boats Believed Planning to i Meet Raider or Subs TAMP1CO Mexico that most of the casualties were Chinese mainly coolies They were riding ina car behind the locomotive the only cai on the nam said to have been destroyed twas reported that at least two Americans were a b o a r d the I wrecked train but their nimcs were not known immediately imd it was not established whether they had escaped iniiii ittfcmpt to elude the Bull h At lantic blockade Tnerc general belief tlut the departure of he two Ger man of a fleet of a dozen axis merchant vessels stranded be seek ing to make contact with a Ger man sea raider or submarines in the Atlantic for tbc purpose relaying supplies Tlie Idurwiitd and ftliqin wtip two o lhe four Germiiu lint ran back In poil when thov inct United wh of lormany mile tLLininj puil night Roosevelt May Use Plane If Called to Capital by Emergency WALLACE PAYS NO NOTICE OF CROWDS JEERS Presents Credentials aLMexico City Press Assails Demonstration MEXICO Ctrv Hem v A Wdlate pictented his tiedenluls is a special ambassador Friday an the pics 1 Huong houtcd Altnaan ind Down with Wallace it the U S vjce presidentelect when lie ar rived Thursdayrisht to attend the Mexican presidential inaugu Ncwspapcis reported the ar rest of 18 of the demonstrators uho were dispersed b police tear gas after stones had been hurled at the U S embassy and two attaches had been puffed about I Registenng no notice of the stoimy visit Wallace stayed at the foieign 1 office buefly Friday and then went with other special ambassa jdors to the prcsidentiat palace for j j a group pvesenlatiou of credenj tials to President Cardenas Meanwhile a guard of 15 or 0 pliiintlolhes police offitcrs up peared around tiie embassy and six uniformed policemen were on i duty instead of lhe usuiil one The newspaper Ultimas Noticias icpoitcd that thcic u is unolficiil LOOK INSIDE FOR against Italy rose Friday spurred by fresh reports of fleet victories in the Mediterranean and a cbnn iiel sea encounter in which Brit ish light forces said they cliasert German destroyers back to the French coast Britons jubilantly hailed the admiralty communique on the BritishItalian battle off Sardinia in which it was daimpd a 35000 ton Italian dreadnought Vif the of new Littorio clasi and thice tiuisei NEW HEIGHTS IN FURYREPORTED IN 3 CONFLICTS Channel Mediterranean and Adriatic Scenes of Latest Encounters By UNITED PRESS i tcoyers badly damaged V if That It painted out leaves Itah nitli onli capi tal ships in firstclass shape anil both public and press called for finishing blOH s aramsl Hie fascist fleet Sea touched new IicighLs fury Friday with reports ot wastorpedoed i fresh engagementsin the English and tuo denUh inntl the Mediteuancan and tiici Adriatic and conflictinB Brit ih Geririan andItalian claims of JESSE I LIVERMORE Winner and Loser of 4 Fortunes Self PAGE 2 Texas Aggies Numbed by Texas U Defeat SPORTS PAGE The ihdimtl njfaj cuned ulien Btitih intercepted Gcnnilii shtps attcmptins of ihinnel mist The Geiman hips The biKEestencouiitcrs were 1 thn where Wednesdays HaloBritish en Msement was followed Thurs day according to Rome by a new air attaeli on the British fleet off Malta Ueic nc the tonriRling Biiti h Italian ilaims on the Medilciuui iDMcnlly sca bittlrs rnent llght liplit oilie undei Intended to do some hilandtun taiding on slupping and cwisUl ob jcctucs undci tovei of mist wlmh I BriMsh Clntmc hns blanketed the Uunncl all Brlrlbn v reK Itili in dieadiimght tienglh Bulish pitiol lnps Mghled tliem llcl lut to two by and closed m foi a fight Hie Gtii lc Iiiand uud and Wrdnes mans sped ton aid itioii hi the tt edmsday ing ns tliey went accrirdins to the encounter off Sardinia a 3i 000 md one Biitili Littono Ijjttleship uat wa damaged A report has been received I that damage was Inflicted on the enemy but the extent of this is not yet knownwith sufflccnt certainty to enable all an nouncement the coirununinuc said Fire on Thanksgiving PAGES BE CONfINUED CHinmii i follow ei of Gen luan ded bv Amticu German pilots returning to their bases from the attack said the great port MIS burning with flaming oil pouring into the Mersey river from bomb smashed oil tanks lighting a scene of devastation bllff told a suipued confcicnce Fuday that he might le uc the aiiplane foi the fust time 1 in eight years if it should become necessary while he was away from Washington to return with in 12 hours for some emergency He he planning a trip pioptncd suc of lh lL to untiiuiG hi nxnn uove e e emenK icclnlcd commenl SENTENCED FOR DEFILING FUG Helga Schleuter Must Serve One to Tvo Years in Reformatory JOMS RIVER N J 1lelgn Sthleutcr JO yea iold Southard girl was sentenced to a term of one to two yeaiy in the womens reformatory it Clinton Friday on her conviction of defiling he United btues fhif thiouintz it torijcdoed by a fleet air plnisr Ilu ee Italuui ii U ei and tu o tuoei ueio dimdged Italian looses at Taianto aic scoied by the BntKh ib lluee battleslnpb uuisei tuo iUMhanes This lene ton battleship u ailablcfoi Italian vise One Bittiih nui ei the 10000 ton BenvicK suffered two hits and lost men in the XVednesday ac fron Bombs dropped all around i llie famous aircran carrier Ark i often claimed lo have been j Mink by the out failed In cause damage orcasnalfie There was no British report yet rn Mir Italian repocti nf rnr Hltiick oil Malls Italian Claims On a n v ith a crowd of 150 to 200 shouted wlicn the Utter arrived here to represent the Liutcd States at the inauguration of Presidentelect General Manuel Avila Camacho Sunday sur tjT stores added another to i Theie was an air of uigencv in I jciigtheiiing Jjat of Biitish then prcpaiation and in then bombed iccontk amon LEAH1QUICKLY MPROXED WASHINGTON son rite save quick and unanimous confumation FiidH to the djj pomtment of Admual D Otl ttuit occaion one of the toui Lcahv natae of Hampton jthe a Buttled as ambassador to France j ConsidciTble mystery rounded Fridays departures The Weather FORECAST IOWA Cloudy liehl snow north colder southeast warmer northwest Friday night Satur day cloudy liclit snow nortli ami cast slightly warmer cast and central AIIXNESOTA Mostly clouilv liRht snow Fndav night md Saturday colder extreme north west Friday night warmer south Fnda night ami Saturdav IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather tH Maximum Thursday J9 Minimum Thursclav night At 8 a m Friday i Snow Thursday 120 Inclies Preclp OA Inch YEAR AGO Maximum jj Minimum io Extended Forecast Extended weather forecast for the period from p m Nov 23 to p m Dec 4 Upper Missfesippi perature vill average below nor mal tor the period ns a whole miHh below in Wisconsin imrth rni Illinois brginriirp nf iicriod folder nijain ciHtici ciiiini bv dose tit Precipitation ibo o ci tno tlv ium faitindv Hurl Sund iv did IRIIII near end of period The demonstrators disgruntled 1 ting n iollov cis of Gen Jtitiji AtidifflU nest but could not say t Almazon Uho defeated by lit uis going lAMli Lamjclio in the deputed I Time much imusemcnt n election of list ulj itpictl llu b iiNaiidfoith boitti osci lue md tlu it tht ucl m olfl nnoic ion 111101 lepnt luiitei to mdcn A th tmb v Jm h loiiununiout idm ttcd s hit the etui scmtc uuuld belt it polm itttiocl In m nh the blunge sonKvliat inoicnot him lo fly teii gas c itn ist llwn Vd it in t null foinmg in lie lauiJitti UK Ilic d w is dihntti stitc dcbtioyti on p l uilefj but a eitccl that the toll ot tluct evctutisc tin ctict i befoit the the Mexican coast two weeks ago I human lift not eivice had nevei told linn not to hi ambtsadoi 6 i CMdcna The tunouii aifault on Liver tiACl bv an He added aiound Hit loinei and talmly I at waterfront warei imile that the i began leading telcgKim although dock giam siloa and oil whith guaxds movement had he could hcji he toimnotioii on h I id nlicinei I i h id i v t istaetory conferciicc Diestold newspapermen Yes to me He said that lie had made no plans to contei with Utoinej Gcnci il Tatkson about pioccduic to tuib ubvci nc tcUvitiCs md to 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flotilla made German Claims Im n nnci proud of it pci istenco Deemed to stiengthcn lepoits that they verc destined to refuel and revictual German at some seciet A Meskiin gunbnat oscovicd lliem nine liilcout the Ouif of Mexico the end of Mexican territorial Wulciv They want ed Jo lcn e Mcvicin Ilic dijlinht it i icpoilctl s llieic fulld fjt n i io ihihtv of Hum iijain mistiikinfi Uiliteci States tiosei foi Gut ont CREAM OF CROP in Iowa High School Football Players on Sports Page the poil tnem Biistol P mouth and Southamp ton rr While Londoners underwent their JOOOth hour under airraid alarm with German raiders stabbinjr sporadically at the cm piic capital anaiii liy daylihl the London Dally Mail raisnl tlic suergcstion tlut a new mystery weapon1 is btlne tried Hit acainsl nieht bombers A II itin ofjiiiutiOM loo poundins tlic Gcinioh in widespread rindthat included naval yards M Stettin a synthetic i plnnt at tiic port fit i Cuxliavcn KoWcnz Eind hovcn Du cldou Mannheim md i the invasion poiK of Boulogne and Lc thine j movement had he could him plane tiavcl for lieaibv him would be difficult because n whole armada would be needed to lake along piotcctmg agents Its Fun Its Simple Its Profitable THE CHUCKLE CONTEST Turn to the WantAd Page Now for Complete Details bin tl Using slicks and stones caused a few minor injuries Three joutlis were arrestcJfor in rocks at the embassy anil tlic Wallace cars Automobile carrying the Wil lacc party rolled up lo lUecm bassy lo tlic accompaniment of iico ciic X iv a ui lhe L ruled stilt Almaxun DWID ill n Vim 17 m ho maintained ll lie defeated C iniacho jif die luhcloilitns iinountcri id m lhe offn p li t Ilo nr was withclrawriig in the intrrrsl of peaic His tspu td ic uit mciu toward Wallace his pic cnce licic constituleci Unitci States iccosmlion i Cinia clio as the presidentelect i his i il hen 1 ntiiis tiom i bctoip the tonciente Dies i pledged fullest oopendon to the piosident and con tidento tint in effettue ptoginm 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cpt inllv fiom tin IMI of thi worltl I am flying over herefor Brit ain and of couisc with my help tlicy cant help but win the war Art hisbrother is an officer for the Hoyrfi Canadian Flying corp wo arc both Hying in ciif Ificnt iiTUic and neither one of thcm is American liiinns ue m a it1 ot mi ci licit I n CT ill tlic r tli i re cheap would Imtc to ei to go tluougli hnt taking Ive had H 6t 01 thinss happen mce I have been heir but Die not allowed to1 tollanything pertaining to Ilic n ctri I mi a bt nbo lot iiul inj ide scil i t R ttnulc bn uit I dju 1 10 lioit 111 br litiuiitd next no i i uon lhe t ill the tun I l ill US t jct 1 i t iiv some day if the Lord will permit l ill com d hcain lo nit ai willing J hope to he coiHhKicd In a letter vvnlicn to his mother Ova liunan ii Cot liyvillr Kims lhe flyer had told bombing lifjlitM made into Jrr many and oil the capitalBo lu Hi wift UK cliujhlri n nit m Col tvullt milt Mi Iltd hhrlliioin u irlr in M is n C itv Uolhc h irt foi bstn put f 1 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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: November 29, 1940

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