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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME VOL XLVII ASSOCIATED PRESS AND FIVE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EM FUU LEASED WEMS MARCH C 1941 MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT o THIS PAPM CONSISTS of TWO ONE JNU 125 GERMANS POISED FO R GREEK TH RUST UA ReWiestsJtelyClose 2 of PHOTOS TAKEN riAAinr BAviAki r Uil FASCIST ACTION IN NATION WILL BE RESTRICTED State Department Takes Steps for Reasons of National Policy WASHINGTON Unit ed States has notified Italy that the movements Italian consular officials throughout this country are to be restricted and bus asked that Italian consulates in Detroit and Newark N J be closed Tlic slate department made public Saturday a mile lo the flalian ffovcrnmcat requesting that its consular officials confine their movements to those areas in which they exercise llie rec ognized duties of heir respec tive offices The kalian diplomatic staff in Washington was excluded from the i request but he embassy was asked to keep the stale department curI reutly informed of the movei incuts outside Washington of the i military and naval personnel at tachcd to the embassy j The action believed to be the first of its hind in peace time against a country with which the United States maintains diplo matic relations followed a request from Italy for the closing of American consulates at Naples and Palermo and restriction im posed in Italy on the movements of American diplomatic officials LOOK INSIDE FOR FOKMEtt KING CAUOL Escapes to Portugal in Company With Magda PAGE 2 Corn Prices Will Be Near Present Level PAGE 3 to the Italian ambassador referred to the closing of the two American consulates but did not explain the United States was asking the closing of the Italian consu lar or restricting the movements of consular officials i In n previous announcement the slate department said the closiiiRT of the consulates was re quested for reasons of national policy Phraseology ot the departments announcement indicated that sim Mohawks Win First Test in Sectionals SPORTS PAGE ilar action might be taken against other foreign consulates In the case of Germany how eyeS he United States has not TorceS close anyr con sulates in some Germanoccupied countries Italy has more than 60 consu lates or consular agent offices in 1 the IJniled Thc Itiilian embassy here deny i ing published reports that Italian j consuls in this country were en j sagcd in political activities issued a statement last October that the j consuls had always strictly lim I ilcd their activities to their legal consular functions and that Italian nationals had kept apart from any socalled unAmerican activi ties SAYS SECRETS MAY AVOID FAR EAST ATTACKS Barkley Claims Delicate Situation Could Be Easily Switched BULLETIN WASHINGTON Ellcnder DLa proposed Thursday thai the seiiale accept an administrationsponsored subslitute for his British aid amendment designed to limit movements In thc western hem isphere The compromise amendment drafted Thursday morning hv administration members of the senate foreign relations com mittee would state that nothing in the aid lecislation should be ronstrued to change cxislhi law relating to thc use of the lanii and naval forces of thc United States except Insofar as such use relates to the manu facture procurement and repair of defense articles thc com munication of information anil Ihe other noncombatant pur poses cnumcralcd in Hie act WASHINGTON iP Demo craticLeader Barkley continuing to fight amendments to the admin istrations British aid bill told the senate Thursday that only lack of knowledge of United I States plans might be preventing further aggressions in thc tar east Barkley attacked insert a policy statement inlo the hill agamsl the sending of American armed forces outside this hemisphere while other members uf thc foreign rela tions committee sought lo ccl opponents to accept a enmpro inisc snbslilulc These Are Guardians of Dardanelles Student 16 Charged With Slaying Des Moines Teacher Instructor Dies After Being Struck I Was Just Mad Youth Says Borglum Sculptor of Mount Rushmore Memorial Is Dead Internationally Famous Artist Dies in Chicago After Brief Illness PICTURES ON PAGE 8 CHICAGO 8015 hmi i3 internationally famous sculptor died Thursday after a brief illness j Borglum succumbed it Heurotin i hospiiil where he hud been since Kcb 13 On March Mrs Eoiu hnn said her husband liud been uorking too hard recently and had entered thc hospital for a rest He had been reported ss im proving His and a son Lincoln Borglum and a daughter were at his bedside Sf X Bnrslum whose 6csl known work was thc nearly completed Mount Kushmorc Memorial in thc Black Hills of South Dakota was one artist whose work could be described as colossal with out fear of overstatement Counrysidcs ucrc his studios mountains his emnile blocks and ilynimilc and rower driven hammers and chisels his lools of arl The Mount Rnrfimorc Meinoriil hcivn into tie side of a mountain consisted of faces of Washington Jefferson Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt a monu ment dedicated o America as a pioneer nation Borjjlum expected to complete ihc heads this yenr An earlier undcrtiikins of imii lar scope was a confederate memj rial on the side of Sinne mnun Bin near Atlanta Gn In I he called upon to carve al sreal figure of General Robert E Lee on he mountainside but he decided a tingle statue would be N J was described as the larg est bronze group in America al the time of ils completion and one of the largest in the world His Lincoln statue also in New ark is one of his most popvilar works His work is scattered out tne country the world in ptiuhe statuary i men of builamgf and homes of art patron Among these arc thc huge figures of the Apostles nr the Cathedral of St John the Div ine New York and Sic fin goyles on thc Princeton universitv dormitory As temperamental as the public mind expects an artist to be nim and his superintendent of the Lee Memorial were charged with malicious intent for doslroyin models for the work when ho was dismissed He submitted his belief Asserting that the situation in Europe and Asia is so delicate that it may be turned by the tripping of u hair trigger Barkley said It may be possible thutbccause an aggressor nation docs not know what the American attitude will be that that may be the one filing that is holding them back from further The Ellender amendment Bark ley argued would the secretary of state by giving the impression that so long ns other nations did not molest the Phil ippines and other American pos sessions in the western hemis phere Ihis nation would not act to protect its citizens or interests elsewhere Nations wilh airJircssivc in j Icntions immedialcly will sav Iliat so longas hey do mil in j tcrferc in thc Philippines lr I our other possessions Ihrv ran nun lie seven seas ISarklcv I said U ihc tllai I say that it cuts thc ground from iniilpj he secretary of state in his dealings wilh Ihose nations now al Members of Ihe foreign rela tions committee supportiii the British ait legislation drafted a proposal stating that nothing in tlie measure would change Ihc down Wednesday by a 10 year old j North high school teacher died ThnrsclHy of a fractured skull svitliout regaining consciousness Less than Uvu hours later the inipil blmcr Aluaugh was ir raigttecl on a first degree murder charge JUimicijJal Judge Don G Allen cntcrins a pica of innocent for htm iifiiding n AJrrcli 13 Court attaches said the cuse probably would he submitted tu the grand jury prior to that dnle Uefurc arraignment the youthful student sobocd loudly in his cell Im sorry he moaned f didnt mean to kill him I was just mud Witnesses to the manual train ing classroom assault told Inspec tor of Detectives Jack Brophy that following an argument between the youth and his teacher Albaugh struck Horsburgh with his fist and that the instructor fell striking his head against a door and then on the tloor Bropliy vaid Albaugli rcliilcd that he hit lloifburuh after the oar a Bill I teacher had atcued him of lyiiig i about cmtiiifj lLts ntl ThJ jlTlii dead instrunor a widnvcr i I ivas born in Dos Mujjio lie jiad ilons been associated wilh ihc lo cal schools and in addition had taught at Highhmti Park college in ferry and in Council Bin fix lie jmno Ihc school staff here in pupil Bumpilori slrucf AI baugU and then took him to the principals office where police took charge AssistantPrincipal P J Meier told police Thursday that Horsburgh had a recognized abil ity to get along with his pupils and had never had anv previous trouble Meier said Albniifjh never rliri nnv work and was a chronic truant C Oci Mlines j director uf industrial educalioi BULLETINS BUDAPEST from Bucharest Thursday night asserted that the German labor army organization is rushing work on 40 military airports in Rumania Britain Gives Full Pledge to Greece ATHENS lYyreign Secretary Anthony hdcn left with embattled Greece Thursday the nromife that his nation would right at her side final vic tory is won Tinpledge was deJivcici afler EUcji concluded a scries of conferences with Greek Iciiit crs whiih a cuimmiiiiiiuc said icsulted in cuiiiiilcle ajfrcemenl all aspects or the situation in the Balkans and Bulgaria BERLIN fficial news agencyDNB reported from Amsterdam Thursday a military court has sentenced ig Hollanders ti deulli for partici pation in a secret terrorist plot m which it was planned to poison pencils pnisim finij Jiails and poisnnetl Kill Germans before leaving Athens Wednesday nighl in compunv with General Sir John G Dill chief of the British imperial general slalf Kden issued a statement praisinv ie Creeks for their heinic re sistance to brutal attac ending with llie words The future Kuiy he arduous bul be assured that we shall not rest nor falter until fmal victory Helen and Oneral Dill mu lctred iit Jeiifjlh Wednesday with King George II ind Prentier Alexander Kiwixis A furinal an nouncement by tlie Greek guvern ineiu said they examined ix attentively tlie situation in tiu BalUans where they continued all efforts with n view to preventing Ihe spread ot war The spread of war was in lerpretod by observers as having hut one inva sion of Greece through Bulgaria Kdcns destination not an was enroutc to Cairo headcjuar tcrs of the British middle vccsl command Lasl week he con cluded talks wilh Turkish lead ers which were said to have rcsullcd in Turkeys reaffirma tion of her Ircaly of friendship and alliance with Britain V government through its high command Wcdnesdus firmly rejected Gentian preaiUre 1 separate GreekItalian peace declaring ihe army inVP I PHOTOS TAKEN OF GREEK AND TURK DEFENSES SteadiJy Increasing Military Preparations Observed in Bulgaria Hv THE ASSOCIATED PllESS SOFIA incrcnsinjjf Gorman militan preparations in B u 1 g a r i a Thursday fainted belief that a lurci invasion of Greece may come al any hour Planes from the Cerimm fourth air Heel loUilinK 1700 bomhers U1UI i and fighters already bisccl in Bul garia weif reported photoarapli both Greek and Turkish de terse To meet Ihc thrcal iif 150000 troops massed alomr her uunlcrs Greece was said to have concentrated six lulIiiiK about 90000 thc inounluin passes nurlh i Sa lonika Some of these were be lieved In be vclcrans of fijthliiiR agitinsl the Italians in Albania Complicating the menacing situ ation were these developments on the diplomaticfront Kurminian Premier General Ion Antoncscti returned to have decided an emcrgencv mceling ol his cabinet a tier a hasty conference in Vienna RcichsmarsliHl Hermann CoccJiig 2K u ni a n i a n government n a T t e r s acknowledged that Antonescu had received A note from Tiloscow before conferring with Gocring and reports were ciirront in diplo face events no nuitic circles iii Belgrade that direction and and a fine teacher Mrs lucll Albaueh the boys moiher was dazed by the tragedy I cant understand how such a Inns could have happened My son is not a bad boy He ways so Icind al Highjmks on Proposal to Pension Veteran Taxpayers Continues DES want ing to spoil the hiahjinks the Iowa house old age assistance commit tee Wednesday sent to the calen dar a bill to pension veteran mi the public schools said HnrsburRh I IT T in S t worker i LI I 1 ID PLEA OF GUILTY Eugene Otto Littjy Dougherty pleaded guilty Thursday lo a manslaughter indictment and was sentenced by Judge Henry Graven to eight years in ihe penitentiary and a fine of Sf County Attorney ML Mason represented thestate and J E Williams the defendant Littig was held in connection will the death of Charles C Quandt Bclmond who died Nov 2G alter being struck lv a iav driven by Littitj c avenue lnul A cnmmuniiue Indicated troop already had been dispatched lo Ihe Bulgarian border north of Sa Jiinika lo mecl llie threat nf a German invasion nl ack sea naval ol I Q UliSpatcllCS I IOIll Bclgrarlp a J indicated Britain was cx Sentinel Exonerated for Shooting Sergeant rr KIVOX KV uRiA u s army public officer said Thursday Ivt Edward Maysc Painlsville Ky who shot id killed Sgt Denibori Brown Or lando Kin Saturday night had sentinel The press release said lired because Brown i c is e is 11nalclablc Vghts of an a1 existing authority over lll cnion as his army and navy Chairman xponsibilities at tiic ge of BO and provide them an annuity of half Ihe average paid during the preceding 10 years In chaise would be a preserve Sue taxpayer commission whose members would serve without The iiarMietMi haiicd ihiTi times FORECAST every possible effort to prevent Jugoslavia following Bulgmiii in signing up with tlie Home Berlin Tokio alli ance Some quarters ex pressed belief that Regent Prince Paul of Jugoslavia might go to Vienna Thursday to confer with naxi leaders 4 Diplomatic advices from Ankara ti o t c d Turkish ifovcninient juartcrs as say ing that the message from ol sfricl loyaNv lo her borihim I KG in Idahn of iinnthcr noil Ifiinnibal Boreli Him whose full de la Motlic B rated in ihe In mil was n tl sculptor mi name i irgluin wa IIM v j w 11 i 11 111 j D GO said thc prnpoal Ill 01 yet icccivcd final iu nojher lllc Kroup Solon j One couiinitlecman old rcpcirt Ihc amendment would stale Jfutxon that nothing in thiy at sllall he cdu construed is cnanains thc presi iy aiidjdcnts existing nuthorify over tilt s andland or naval forces of tiic United Police said the attack upon Horsburc occurred while Clea tie Devinc juvenile court pro biifion officer was invesfiffitine Alhuushs record on thc rcporl hv a DCS Moiiies proccr for whom llic yniilli ivorkcd thai Al ba inh had been driving his car without permission and that Ihc rar had been damaccd The cro cr also said Alhaiigh had a dnnlicalc siH iif keys nude for IH the police ssault upon said anothei v L 11 lull pay since the taxpayer lias been serving pay for 1 46th Transfusion Is Given Des Moines Man DES MOINKS MAleck Kin aravc Thujidjsy vjj io irJ j fortysixth blond transtusimV 13 is Miflerina frinn j iricfioiont number of red corpuscles j IU thc blood He needs cxlip J pint of blood every month lie is a native of Scotland 1OUA Occasional snow niKhi am cast cinlral Friday becoming parlly cloutly extreme west Friday not much chance in tempera ture M1NXESOTA Iarllv rloudv with risinp lempcraliirc Thurs day night and Friday Snow flurries extreme snnlh Thurs day iiiclil am iidrlhwcsl and extreme cast Friday IN MASON CITY tii liavimiirn Itcclncstlay Wcducsilay M 8 a ni Thursday YEAR AGO 5ish Capture 225 on v i cs sad n joint communique While Britih iiid X TI i iMicii iorces British blcamitis nu bpvinr DO i i r oojcci completed Mininnnn in a joint communique ovuin iiiti TI i teaming up beyond the Arctic jlisht naval forces t c lc r Pr Cl th circle the British and Norwegian shipping in harbor Britih SDn uncri GeiTOui and 10 Nor1 They came back without a sinslc inadequate and dcsisned a work imluding 1200 figures Tiic World war interrupted iic task until 1024 After the 20frw tween cominiilccinen anil Bnrt hmi The l was niui another man eomplrird the llorcliimv war nirninrial IVars of America in u Di shipping and a bis glycerine plant and killed one German naval officer and six men it was announced Thursday to their ships oi damage t having accomplished with com plete success three to destroy a fish oil plant which was making glycerine for explos ive o destroy German shipping and o take nrisoncr other comforls for the islanders and brought iiack with them a considerable numhcr of Nor palriols u ho Witnictl n fichl for Ihrir roiinlrv llir firilish and Norwcffian admiral on i It was he liril time nid challcuftcd the German ilhcir nwn soil since tiic it wcn hc Grr I mans occupied and mcrivn llie country mirinjs litndcd under of fire he rllicd nuval detachment In hand lo hand fighlingf against the weak German re sistance they killed a German naval officer and six men tnok their prisoners including 10 fol lowers of Vidlcun Quislm the Vorwccian who helped lo de liver his country in he Ger mans distributed their foocl sliffs and took aboard lie Norwegian patrinls who al List had the opporlunily lo escape German rule ami for ronnlrj as pan Df llir allied forces from Of i and Rcrtcrnmcnl in exile cis Irailors ard tlius prcsumubly liable to thc dCiitli pctiulty for aiding thci Gcnriins Thus llicy might be tried fur treason held as prisoners of possibly distribution of foodstuffs urticlcs the join com of wnch Ihe Norwegian populai In their 0id the British andi lion been robbed since thc j Norwegian forces ank n nc Gcr Germar occupation and that they man mcixhait ships Vorwean swrenP merchant ship in German sm ice ccp without danger of Ihcir and German armed trawler being diverted to enemy use 13000 tons i all iic one mP thfl f about 10 000 t o s mies bd been liquidated in Ihc I which vr fullv iimV j I dcMroyina the hxermc BENGASI BARDtA LIBYA e c rd iricd X2 icgoiclcd bv tac Norwegian clcmrnls it c was mcliratcd Greekwpuplcd Albanian coal hat counlry would joi I c xi TiirUKh nVflcHl   

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