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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1940, Mason City, Iowa H4RLON R wsr ueu r or DCS UOINES u NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER ARE FELT OVER EXTENDED AREA British Say Theyll Not Be Diverted by Movements in Balkans Saturday to be jabbing at 2doW Hitlers invasion ports 1 nnn mm oiic source as serted We arc running as chance of being blockade before United i Ils as out by Stxaigtfcetfc there o position red herring NAZIS CLAIM 5 VESSELS SUNK 2 German Submarines Credited With Making Attacks on Ships WThe sinking ot Tourtlsh merchant Beaverbroolc said n Pai that Hitler Report GermanTwiiTMove Against Greece If Britain artInvasion There FRGETSMW PROPOSALS FOR SUNDAYS TALK President Limits Engagements to Work on Important Address c s atcss at i I Sunday night a white musc secretary said great num LOOK INSIDE FOR Ireland Put in Limelight With Threat alld ollers command Saturday o two man submarines er 3S fftiss assfss i while house was givi y before the speed 0 appeals Early said e not gelling y CeSl any move to aid Greece flames and presumably sank Aldckay radio intercepte message Thursday from the liave scored thrcr atlcr wave of Large uniLs of German tlierad 138 which frieii K tne Germany was understood bv tncsc sources to have let it bc known in the Balkans that in he event of Italian collapse a the result of a Creek e wished to divert Italys lion from heateu France Germany was said to have considerably embarrassed by It an clamor for slices of French Ti fy When Hiller If givo Marsh etam French chiof rr prmc i Lie Ol oiuic trms so as to win the Vichy will speak over Ihe o uifi l PwiiUm The president desiring the full livk JQr Bodies of 4 Victims Brough to Flagstaff Ariz After Tragedy FLAGSTAFF Ariz UP r into an i o von 14 miles and messages President Early said There have been qu to the interested in tlle RUBY HEELER Asks and Obtains Decree of Divorce PAGE Soil Depleting Allotment Given STATE PAGE Champion Mohawks Bow to Davenport SPORTS PAGE Fear Is Feltf US Yacht With 7 Aboard in Pacific i Ireland is within Ihc mm MO ade zone and that America n attempting to reach IrN with supplies loi Britain will be subject 10 war like action This will hold true even if ihe American n e u trality law should be amended to exclude Ireland from the danger zone Hie corollary this warning s obvious It the United Slates has ships sunk and doesnt like IOTA STATES R CONSIDERS ROUTE TO EIRE Says Interventionist Action Would Spread War to West Hemisphere The viclinis led to TIW asserted that Hitler Asked whether of it id propaganda 1 e coming in irom individuals wm spontaneously on aid to Britain jatht with seven men aboard on the stormy midPacific NvaS Potcd gal orin le CSt Dec heard f and not been Equipped with radio leteplione bv in one typhoon Warner AI Wet rf Plunge Eire into rjiis boar the car ig reprisals for tiie vihf i i arllai bases from i The resulting js growinff out of the 1D38E1 bj C Apropos oJ this Premier Eamou pevalera of Eire injected a stri inte y talk whicli was carried bv To Broadcasting erica liiey w o u 1 d start a spread Ihc conflict t r o m Europe wild the North Atlantic to the licm is r o Uie soutlieru Allan lie and the Pa cific n his 11 Crioriiale Dllai Gayda wrote Japan un not al Euro arms blocfeadc The oversliaclowing anxicfv l to be todays BrUish onsty for cnler Ei r Sairt Plan to aid Britain i sending I to he ports of neutral The Pacific has district t raid after district It wa on London Inthree were started Hoyal Numerous but fires The C communique said air force loo was and navv sources added Consider Sending Some Army Planes to British pla originated among olff v Jibthc proving A been submitted loPri for a decision TROOPS TAKEN British Concentrate r orces as Siege of Bardia Js Continued New French Ensign comilcr an crcnts has maintained rieii convoys wiiout rican neutrality Whoe ver appears th in the Boers ic su assulcd Eile of comniodilies ittle and fertilise Thcac can Fiiscit newspiipcrs Rave tn fc O11 ju c and rerlilizcr Thcc ta 11 to dispulchc fVnn i reexpotec withourpecia rcwrti isolation j lo President Koose Athletic Chairman Gives Nazis Declares Cage Finals to add to U4 vmua and ment declared55 The nazi airmen began their JUSt which cares for 700 damaged by two e aged by a bomb X Heavy anUaircraft fir ne v sources added that iv C1dloriak fa 13 Hurt When Bus Plunges Off Bank Victims of Air Raid MANCHESTER England state national and world cal edition with its descriptions of iil i 101 thls historic Pictures ot Mtal events and scores o i Be Held at Drake SPORTS BULLETIN MARSHAtLTOWV TI 5 Homes H j eather 7Q FORECAST IN MASON CITY weather IMaxitnum Friday Mnjmum Friday V Maximum Minimum 7 iiD Used to Putty Windows OGDENSBURG N V lo a faiL Sows AGED
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