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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             wo NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDJTED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION i THE NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES AIL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHBORS MASON OTY LTHI SPOT THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 44 REPORT 30 OF 1RONGUARDISTS KILL SELVES Strict Censorship Veils Details of Rumanian Situation BULLETIN BUCHAREST Rumania A diplomatic com munication received here Saturday night said that revolution had hrokert out m Bessarabia which Ru mania ceded to soviet Rus sia and that there had been deaths and injuries 28 Miners Killed in Ohio Blast TALIAN CITIES British Commander Lands in Greece BULLETIN BUCHAREST Rumania All 30 of the uon guardists who paiticipated m the Jilava pnson assassinations of 64 peisons high in King Carols regime were re ported reliably Saturday night to BY THE ASSOCIATED of Cor neliuZelea Codreanu founder of the Rumanian iron guard whowas slain twoyears ago were carried in agoia coffin throughthe streets ofBucharest Saturday in a funeral By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CADIZ OhioAt least 18 j perhaps entombed bv a devastating explosion in one of Ohio s largest coal pits were aiven up for dead Saturday There Is no question but hat all are dead said John Owens Ohio District United Mine Workers president who charged Ihls catastrophe coulrt haxe been prevented If we liad ade quate Inspection arid regulation of mmes Workcis in section 12 north of theOhio and Pennsylvania Coal companys northeast of here were entombed Friday after noon by the blast About oa other men fled safely While Owens and the miners at tubuted the explosion to gas com pany officials said they coirld not comment on the cause pending 3 moie thoiough investigation Com paiiy spokesmen pointed out how that the region is dotted with gasand oil deposits Ohio industrial commission of iicials on the scene said themine used approved equipment and 1 vvas foundthat t tlie best chance rescue j After one of a man who to scue erews abandoned frantic emergency ef forts to reach the blasted chamber Aided by mechanical loaders they began a methodical cleaning up ol all deuris in their path odiuiaay in a lunerai procession ominous of its solemnity and the absence of King Michael For tiff Ported to have flea from the city as reports spread that the iron zuatdlsts uouia use thisday for further bloody revenges against the men who killed Codreanu in the refflme of the kings father the abdicated Carol II Adolf Hitler and Premier Mus solmt were importantly represent ed in the luneial procession which KfiPT aua the mine shaft was led by Premier Gen Ion Antej around small fireswearbv neseu and Vice Premier Horia as a heavy snow blanketed the STma hills Its anybodys guess when we can get to them said F R Sin clair superintendent of the Ohio and Pennsylvania com panys nelms mine northeast of here in a remote and bi Treacberoos rock falls and deadly gashampered efforts to inUeifiFSSfiiffte jffi jflijiffc M Speicher mine personnel clf rectoi listed 28 missing including his brother Pete and said four more names may be added to the total Petes broken body Was the first to be brought to the surface Anxious friends and relatives kept away from tie mine shaft SIma On the other side of the world in banking Japan aid the Nan king gmeinment it m doised signed a peace lieatv to end the 40 months of VM m Chi iid Japanese machine guns and usrplaues guarded the cere mony hut peace still was re mote since the pact recognizing President Wane Chingweis re fiime as the national govern ment of China did not affect the activities of Generalissimo Chiane Kaishek who was still canrtns on against the invaders Strict censoiship veiled the re ported disorders m Rumania casualties were said to have taken place Rumanian and Get man troops veie Jepoited Buchaiest luough the bliceU s bone ueie Ihn4c vt 13 of hi Uillcd 0 3CUS ago Satuiday when guaids thaiged they tued to dui nifi a tiansfei fiom one pnson to another Bntam Geiman ngatei bombeis loaicd toward London Saturday but visibility wa poor and only a few la broke through the Bntish lenses German warplanes apparently testingLondons defenses after 10 nights of concentrated at lacks oiv bigprovincial centers again made the capital heir main target during the night and inflicted numerous casualties and hesvy properly damage one said 400 tonsot explosives and Ifi tons of mcendiaucs wcie chopped Foi the second night 1 myMei ious bluishwhile light beam stabbed tlnough London s blacJ out causing speculation whether itwas SURROUNDED RUSSIA SAYS Vichy Envoy Air Battle GREftsqiAiM UNITED STATESi Position LOANS CHINESE More Purchases of Strategic Materials Are Being Arranged WASHINGTON i Roosevelt iinnounced Saturday the United Stales giant the j Chinese government1 a ciCdit of i SI00 000000 I In addition Hie ivhilc house made public a tetter to the president from Jesse H Jones federal loan administrator say ing an RFC subsidiary the Metals Reserve company was arranging for additional pur chases of strategic materials from China valued at S60 000 000 Of the 5100000000 lie piesi dent said a ciedit of Sod 000 000 would be made to China for gen eral purposes The other S50UOUOOOlie added i would he allocated in the ncji i futuie Tor puiposes of mouetiiy pioteclion and mdnigement as ic tvveenAmerican and Chinese cui renfies Mr Roosevelt said Treasury Secretary Morgenlhau would appear Monday before By DEtVITT MACKENZIE Foreign Scws Analyst Tlie major offensive which Brit nil appears to have started asaiirsl Italy is likely to give an entirely new complexion to the war if i England is Co take full i of tlie which fortune has flung intu her lap We should ot course watch i Bessarabia GREAT GERMAN UBOAT BASE LtfRIENT HIT hail I Kalinin of the supreme of the soviet union said VICHY WjTheiYench gov ernment permitted disclosure Sat u 7 wjuuu saia i ar fhe sdeath of lea n that Russia is abesieged fortress Cllappe new high commisiionej suriounded by unprincipled rre OT Syria in a French air tra toncilable enemies aceoidin to the text of a speech vv hitj jr Italian Forces Are Cut Off Around Argirocastro whalever trend the conflict may lake iioihlns can alter the blunt trulli that circunislances haver combined to push Italy into a posillou of grave danger Her situation is so bad that many mililary experts find it difficult Io see how she can escape dis aster unless Germanv is able Io save her rucluei Hulci alieid ha lushed to Hip aid his faHermg pditnei The chief mg to effect a icscue thiouglitci nfic an issmlls on Fnjli i citic intcii ifitd icml md D boat iltacks uii A llic e blows nc c ikuhtcd fo bicil the out ight ui t lc i t t foice them Io Ic en tlie Pic suic 01 then often ive n t Mu uliui ui orici in piolect tne Bnliih Kle So rtcue i Ihe Gci nnn duve tint Bcihn spccula Ung how long Biilam can si md such punishment England s Problem isn t lhat of finainjr a way to deal with II Bremen Cologne and Brindisi Among Other Axis Targets Bombed LOJSDOX UP tating Britisli ahvaids before dawn Saturday on the great Gennan Kubniariiia base at Lorient Fiance smashing at tKtls on Bremen and other German centers Friday night and a raid Tmtrstlay niglit on Biiadisi Italv in 15 tons ol bombs tell ueie IP polled Satin da the an mimstn IDS rf SU ietieit by tuminous field The shaft mine employes about 500 but only 130 vveie at at the time of the blast The supeuntendent emphasued i Ihero was no evidence of fire fol im called loi eteinU v igilancc Leased aimed foices and proved discipline uiged ma teiv of ny cviueiiLcoi lire 101i aiiiuu uigea ma tetv of towing the teinfic detonation tensm and patuotic ctevolion tatuely attributed by rtunels to soviet state as n de MRS CHRIS RYE 76 DIES HERE Had Been Resident of Maon City 48 Yeais Funeral Monday Mis Chris Rye 76 1 evident of Mason City 48 years died Friday night at her home 630 East State sticet following an illness of two years Funeral serviceswill be held at the Central Luthpian church Mon day afternoon at 2 o clock the Rex Walter H Kampen in charge Buna will be in cemetery The bod will he m state At the Patterson funeral home from 1 oclock Sunday afternoon to the time of the funeral Bye vias bom Ocf 11 1864 J CMo Nouvay and came to nilcd States hci patents J69 She vvas mamed o Hve it Deioiai Dec 9 1884 amily cunc to Mason Cit soviet state ol promoting the general communist The international situation de mands intensification of the po litical consciousness of om sol diers he said We live in a bcleagueied foil ies Of couise it isd tiemendoii coveung of the Mil face But Hie othci iC bv un 1 piinciuled iiieLOncilaolo cncmic This iccilcitianl hoslilitv of Inc I capitalist 0111 docs not need il lustiation Illustiations occiu abundantly m ev ei v ISLIC of om newspapers if ope reads the nevvspapeis moie or atten tu ely Thete nevei was noi can be a moie honoiable the than the development and foai ficalion of the sociaht state inas much as this is the dnect path to communism We do not Unonanv othei path Red soldiei dnd Bailors are not only the members of a gieat army and niw but fighter of the tnost icv okitionai figlitmg loices in the voilcii me Ilahan island of Sardinia i and lost ulth aI occupants official announcement said Chiappe lulled aftei tne plane vvas mdchmegunned in a naial engagement between BritKh and Italian ships midvav oe Uveen the SaJdiman and Afucan coasts It said the plane sent out the message We are beingmacuiie gunned plane on lire SOS and aeclaied that theFiench au trans poi t wasmachine flight by a British fighter plane SHELL DOVFR joint session of the senate banking committee and the house coin age committee to inform them of the proposed extension of the arranjtemiiit fa stabilization presumably will corrve tfom the stabiliza I tiou fund U The presidents statement W The discussions between the ericah arid the Chinese aulbor i ities in the field of financial to i operation have progressed There ATHENS Greek high oltcmplated a credit to the i tijt before uiien r Ivfuncse government of SIQOOOO 000 Ot this a credit for general purposes to the amount uf S50 ODD 000 his been derided upon by this government Anmgemcnts 101 early allocation of lhc balance iwmeh lot pujpose 011111 of monetaiy pjotection nnri manlUnioi belwee Anglican John Buil uid Chinete tunenue aie nou in progress in consultation wilh ihe committee of the has so nal W depaitmenl of agi The ecetuv of the I AUIy sUtcti appeal Monday foicnoon be foie a lomt sesMon of the senate committee on banking and cur lency and tlie house committee on great fires stirltd it orient often bombed in an effort Io break up Geiman t boat uuds on British shipping he snid It iliimtd cvtensne dam age at Brindisi one of the niost important bases in southern and it said that Bremen and Cologne buffered beauty Saturday night In addition to direct hits on Hie The high command said the advances put Greek troops in command of new positions at various parts of the fronfes peeialty north of Kqiiispolls Two llahui cannon laig j iiiJ bera of automutic and many la task of mar strength to de ihe tan onslaught and at 1he same time of bringing sufficient force against ItaU to knott lhc fas cists put of the Ivar The story of IHlv s u oubles K n Jong one but we I io condrni onthuinbrniil As I ve pointed i war she wasn I preparedmilitar ilv economicallyor in the mallei nndr of vital supphe for vvtuch she onfl L JMIKC then the Bntish blockide night a comniunique auecessfuJ attacks weie made on Cai man omnninjiationi and ni ports u mini u v i d that uici ft h d uclcd Itihan s IK n Sirii Bui mi Lgypt Britjsli taids also were Raiist Italian potitions iii irv biiilcliiigs fo alrrlari aJJ of of P part piioncrs ueie icpoited taken Tlie higti commiind s commu nique made no specific mention of the opeiationb at Which the Italians tatd still vvas held by Iheit 01 noith of Pogiadetz at the opposite end of the battlcfront where Italian re POIK said then icmfoitpd tioops VVEIC countci attickmg ARMYBOWSTO NAVY H TOO MUNICIPAL STADIUM Piiil adelphiai UP Navys faOiert football team defeated Aimy 14 0 Saturday before a ciovvd of 102 000 spectators for a second consecutive victoiy 4he coinage weights and measuies At this time he Mill bung to then attention the pioposerl extension of a 550000000 stiibilizntinn nr langement with the Cent a I bank of China Jones suit the other sso OOU 000 food Thisblockade Is so effective hi stopping the fW ol supplies needed by n1 that it has more severelj disorganized the Italian economic structurefhan the Mar accom plished The depaitment IUlv li been cut off fiom the souues uf moie than eighty pei cent f Theic is 11 v i sain lhat in an aid Thursdav niglu oil the southen naval brfsp or Biiiidisi ButM bombci cJioppecl 1 ion of lugh explosive iuiCiidiil y bomb J uliiiv di BnndiM iaiiwli station ji the mimstiy said Objectus atlatked in PlICCs foilv pei K defense weapon vltl H Hl 5c JEAN CHIAPPE Is M Miu Five ia buivived by one H son Carl Rye and two daughters 11 s LundNoithvvood and Mis E A Norem 3 Willow drive Mason City four grandchildren omalKyo m the u S marines at San Diego Cal Curtis Rye Ma son City and Herbert Lund and Ruth Lund Northwood One sistei Miss Gina Ask De coiah and tvso brothels Ole AsU Dccorah and A J Ask 919 Adams aienue Cily also survive Mrr Rye was prc eeded In death by her husband Chris Rye in 1934 and ada ter MissMillie Rje in 1939 BAPTIST PASTOR DIES i DES MOLVrs RCA H fish pastoi ot the Funria mcnUil Baptist thuich and foitnci city quaiantmc offtcci died lieic Fuday night hcait disease U long langc guns on the French cmst shelledtlie Dover area acain Sit uiday firing about every live mm I r Invasion of Great HIS 1Pl fill 11 Ml TON OF FUDGK STOLEN1 CAMBRIDGE Muss lice Satuiday vveie nuestigntiiiR thethrft rf a Jon ot fudge fiom the J O Welch Co TENNESSEE XAMED TO SUGAR BOWL Tenn bpoi I dnoi ficd Ruiscll said in thr banner Satuiday that been infoimed Tennessee s football team would play in the Sugar Bowl at New Oilcans Nev Yeai s day hethei it or diavvs vvilh Vandeibill Sriluiday IOF I OCIS MEtTS The Weather FORECAST IOWA tiie pooi ci c sultei ri fion is expected to giovv more linsli svf uc said to mliiutiiiioii mcl ye 1 hep theics tin ago when f wa vvas my jpt t niv The ommumeiUF liiscloscrt tlwt planes oprrating trom bases were cn KUKiiiK in he atljchs un south ern in t line ijoin the cjuns to fuel the town causing one nri inallei fites tnd 1 inimbci of ominiiiiiciiiiL iid Olhei fell nrri fuel t inks ind the U coist southeast of the h the i ou wnK u me soul hem rid or HIP they have done a complete hi k i n r Hop since tlie butT e s ton I4illload mined to doubt t jvo r n id shouldnt foiget the set null Bml poaioi uiouaj ncia snow thot when n mm s bellv is east much colder with modcrI hS heart often is full of vsnund ate cold wave south and exI loushts trcme ieail Saturdaj nlgrhi Suii The BrKisn blockade f urlher a but severed cominuni ilons between Italv utes Its Fun Its Simple Its Profitable THE CHUCKLE CONTEST Turn to the Want Ad Page Now for Complete Derails Britain by Germans on Christmas Seen government fiiencriy Gcimany told i United Piesb coricsponHuit Fu oa night that accoiding to man souices Adolf Hitlei planned ic Gieat Britain m Dc probably ajouncl Christ YORK Of Wikc ricobs announced bJtuidav that icavv eight champion Joe Louis had signed to fight Clarence Ked Buiman Jan 31 in Square Garden Louis fights McCoy iri Boston on Dec 16 jItalian Detachment Ambushed by Bntish partly cloudy and colder much colder southeast fresh to occasionally strong norlhcrl early Saturday night MINNESOTA Clourtv and much colder light snow east Snturda night Sunday gener ally fair colder cast IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette vveathei statis tics Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum In Night At8 a m Saturday Snowfall 20 IS 20 Truce cembor mas SECRET SERVICE CHIEF bres ccict scivice dining ai died at his home I ighl He also vv is a mci Monroe county shcnff Mechanized Patrols CAIRO Bntish mechan ized patiols opeiatnig neai Kas sala AngloEgyptian Sudan Fu day ambushed an lUlian detach ment inflicting a numbei of casu alties on it and icenfoi cements which lushed to its aid Bmish lllino geaeuiUliCddquaiteis said in a Colder agL jtommuniquc Sdtmddj KavaUof pciiod p 1 fl0m Italian I Ci 1 upation foi somctirue an Extended Forecast CHICAGO foie cast foi the pei lod f i om 6 30 p m Ivov 29 to S 30 p m Dec 4 ln e UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY will average below noimal fo period as a whole much below m Wisconsin noith of period entire region by close xar and her forces in soma liland and Ethiopia Oh top of all tins siuf comes thr fascist ev DI e m Gitccr tvcn houlcl il duc mike i ic in Aibmii his inviMn given Bi lUiu the fioidcii op portunity of occupjmg such all impoitaiil Cieek a lld dl bises as the great iUnd of ciclr Thcie stiengthcned Position m the eastern Mediteunncan enabled hei Io 01 mg the wai light up against n aly s own fiont yud is without mj or doub on a inightj tough bpot t We mustnt let that blind its hmv ever to the fact that England also taking a fierce lacing as Hulci mes to rescue his parlnci Italian Sub Sunk by Greek Destroyer SALOWKA Giecce INDOCHINA INVADED BY SIAM TROOPS Ihiec dMiitts of iciKh nwc p tndClc IsllOiMl Sjt no iv Hit ie Bjnongkirn Ban Kolciviibun and Patnchal snci hJ lommIPct tomimmiqup Thlkhck tlnd hJvannok Ulna roops opened up with niachmcKun fire baturdav niornUic lhchigh command and lhat soldiers replied without siitfcrlnc any casual tics JndoChini loops dlsO illcd on leim of iCfuscL ciossing mlo the coinniuniquc ss and cck f rliThe sinl ni It chli u announcement srf I without giving details d to fatlions of IndoChitM Loops aft o vhich numemus r Id p i cosscd Thu rmlo uiienrlqicd   

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