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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             HARLON HIST Of DES US I il AS T IOVA COM f A NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 21 1941 1 ii i UAA j j i 31 a r UUK SECTIONS JUGOSLAVS OUST AXIS SIGNERS 7SM AMERICA1 Aim Anmumw Newspaper in Ecuador Is Visited EDITORS is another of a series of articles written by W Earl Hall Mason City GlobeGazette managing editor in the course of a tour lirouffh South America as one of a party of 12 guests of lie Carnegie Endowment lor In ternational Peace NUMBER 15 By W EARL HALL ABOARD THE S S SANTA LUCIA IN THE ESTUAUY OF THE GUAYAS RIVER ECUA last Ive found a com munity in which firemen are reali ly appreciated The place is j Guayaquil Ecuador from which1 our ship a half hour ago con tinued its voy a g e after a rainy visit of six hours Im not at all sure however that the form of displaying this appreci a ti on would have great favor among fire fighters in a city ofthe United States unuea states The Ecuadorw EARL ians pay their firemen nothing during their lifetime but when they die they arc given a perfect ly scrumptious funeral More than that they get a crypt in thc most magnificent mausoleum in tle altogether elegant cemetery As at New Orleans Havana und numerous other places where the Latin influence is dominant bur ial is above ground Social posi tion is to a considerable extent demonstrated by the exquisite ness of the marble Many of the tombstones here cost as much as or 575000 with the carv ing and inscriptions done in Europe Crypts are rented rather than purchased and theres a spe LOCAL BOY 4 DROWNS Donald A Adams 1our und oiieIiali year old son ojf Mrs Phyllis Adams 410 Second street nortbwest drowned falling into Willow park at about 2 oclock Thursday afternoon Firemen had applied artifi cial respiration and adminis tered oxygen as the lioy lay on thc creek bank after being taken from the creek by a service station attend ant Ihc Adams lov was playing ivilh Leland Wood when he walked on to the dam across Willow creek south of the tennis courts He fell into thc stream on the downstream side of the dam Lcland re ported his companion didnt come up for a long time and then the Wood boyscreamed for help His cries were heard by Jlrs Leo Powers who ran down to the stream and plunged into the icv waters in search of the boy She iailed to find him however Mrs Powers then got into her car and drove io the fire station where she notified firemen who immediately went to the scene In the meantime ihe senice sta tion attendant also attracted to the scene plunged into the creek and found thc boy MANY HURT AS POLICE BATTLE THROUGH LINES Authorities Swing Night Glubs to Open Richmond hid Plant RICHMOND Ind swinging night sticks brolco a line cial bone yard quents for the delin I wouldnt want it to ap pear that this cemetery was the only place of interest visited by our party here We dropped in to pay our passing compliments to Eliminate Maximum Fee DBS MOINES tive Herman Knudson RMason Uty Thursday afternoon an nounced that a conference com mittee had agreed to eliminate thc So maximum charge for marriage health examinations in Ihe pre marital blood test bill before thc Iowa legislature The house placed the medical ceiling in the bill ihe senate took it out and the bill finally went to conference com mittee LO El Telegrafo and at thc of thc business manager J Santi ago Castillo remained for an hours inspection of the plant Al though somewhat less pretentious in its equipment than would be found m a North American news paper in a city of 1UOOOO the pa per has a circulation of about 20 000 the building itself i of a remarkably ornate architecture Displayed in thc pressroom above a German built rolarv prcss is Ihc propeller of the first airplane ever flown in Ecuador Senor Castillohas largrc pride in the fact that it was his publication which in troduced aviation in his conn fry stealing a march on Quito Hie little nations inland capital some four times as large as Quajaquil A part nf El Tcle frrafos circulation is delivered by air El Telcsiiilo is one of thc six original Associated Press mem bers in South America The paper w a s established by Mr Castillos father in the eighties making u one of the oldest dailies on tlic continent As is thc custom down here the management of the pa per has descended to three sons oi the founder Each was assigned to his niciic in early boyhood and given rigorous training Direct supervision of thc mech anical department falls witlnn thc business managers province Some twenty years ago when the change was being made from hand composition to linotypes Sennr picture waTtakenirTthc Castillo concealed his identity and enrolled as a student in theiUer 4 gcnthaler linotype school in Brooklyn When he had mastered the mechanics of the complicated equipment he made himself known and ordered several ma hines returning to Guayaquil i supervise the installation s tafer he rcpcalctl the procc Roinp to Germany learn Our ton of thc city was Ics Ihe intricacies of a ncu than it would Have been staves Thursday to reopen the In lernational Harvester companys Richmond plant to 700 workers Police arrested 33 union mem bers in a raid oil union head quarters two hours after the battle Those arrested included Robert Fpley CIO organizer from Chicago ami Cliffonl Kerr president of the Richmond local of the CIO Farm Equip ment Workers OrKaimingr com mittee which das been on strike five weeks Fifteen other CIO men were ar rested at the scene of fighting All were lodged in county jail Members of an independent union massed near the plant at daybreak in answer to the com panys call to work for all who want to work One hundred policemen end and trieentire wedge VsTTiuman ity rolled toward the gates y jjL yf There lip pickets were drawn up in ffucrilla battle array A truck brought up a load of clubs kindling wood coal stones anil lonf iron bars Pick els quickly armed themselves and those with iron bars heated them At the gates they clashed Heads were cracked on both sides and contestants fell with blood diip ping from wounded skulls At least 25 policemen and pick ets were wounded Observers said the workers went through the gates unscathed Thousands of spectators watched the fight from nearby vantage points Their shouts and Ihc screams of women added lo the din Thc pickets attempted lo circle in front of the gates singine Soli darity forever for union makes us strong and We will not be moved At Indianapolis Gov Henry Schrickcr deplored the violence asserting that differences at the REGENT 1IUNCE PAUL Native Land Paul FleesCabinet Arrested i M v New Chiefs Swear to Defend Liberty Many Die in Riots plant ated He said he had ordered ISO state troopers to the scene and that they would remain there to tope with possible rioting Just before the police raid on union headquarters Folev and Kerr issued a statement that the cily police and thecountysheriffs officeand International Harvester arc not going io breakthis strike in Rich mond1 The citizens Richmond who witnessed this mornings specta cle probably never have been treated to a more brutal sinastiing of democratic processes in the his tory of Indiana they said Foley said only about 250 of the men who passed the gate were bona fide employes There can be no compromise now1 they concluded vKINGPETEB IF Ruler FRSIGNS7 BILLION BILL ABOARD U S S BENSON AT SEA Roose velt aboard the yacht Potomac on a fishingvacation cruise signed the seven billion dollar British aid bill at a m E5T Thursday CLAIM BRITISH LAND IN FRANCE SAIGON French IndoChini soldiers who have ar rived in Saigon from France as serted Thursday British intelli gence service men were being landed regularly in France bv parachute at night Report Jap Drive in Kiangsi Collapsed CHUNGKING Japan ese military drive in northern Ki angsi province lias collapsed after Japanese troops suffered 20 QUO casualties in 10 days otfighiinn Chinese forces a Chinese military spokesman said Thursday The spokesman said that the entire Ikeda brigade of 9000 men had been wiped out SAFE 75KS Srani PATRIOTISM IN ANGRY REVOLT Churchill Hopes Axis Pact to Be Repudiated by New Government Minister i M si tin Churchill predicted Thursday thai Hie new Jugoslav government would repudiate the countrys pact wtih the axis T h o u h 1 dont I n o what will hap pen and one cannot be live of anything he said 1 believe that it is reas onable lo cx pcct that we shall have a government in Jugoslav i a which will re pudiate the pact signed Tuesday CHURCHILL and will be ready to defend the honor and frontiers of Jugoslavia against aggession Churchill spoke at a trades un ion congress luncheon Earlier he had told a meeting the conservative party central committee that Jugoslavia had found its soul in revolution in Speaking tothai group he said At this moment I have great news for 3ou and thc whole coun try Early this morning the Jugoslav nation found its soul A revolution has taken place in Belgrade and the ministers wlm siRiicil away thc honor and the freedom of their country arc reported to he under arrest This patriotic movement arises from the wrath of a valiant and warlike race who had their coun try betrayed by the weakness of their rulers and foul intrigues of the axis powers Ihc prime minis ter continued We may therefore cherish the speak of course only on informalion that lias reached that r Jugoslav government will be formed worthy to defend the freedom and integrity of their country Such a government in its brave endeavor will receive from the British empire and I doubt not in its ovn way from the United States all possible aid and succor The British empire and its allies will make common cause with the Jugoslav nation and we will continue to march and slrtvc together until iomnlclc victory is on old King BUDAPEST Hungary year Ulu iviiig J eter 11 ol Jugoslavia took the helm in Jugoslavia Thursday in popular surge of disapproval of Tuesdays pact with the axis and swore in a government tu defend the countrys independence after a night of rioting and bjoodv demonstra tions Itcgent PriiKe Paul who approved thc axis pact was reported to have fled to Greece with his Grecian wife Prin cess Ulga and the government of Premier Dragisa Cvctkovie who went lo Vienna to sign the agreement with Adolf Hitler was overthrown Reports from Belgrade said Cvetkovic and Foreign ister Aiksamler CincarAhukovic who also had an important in the pact signing and most of the members of the overthrown cabinet were un der arrest America Applauds Jugoslavs The W A S it I x G T O N United States sent cong Thursday to the new Jugoslavian government and noted that Presi dent RooseveltsvHs empowered to assist nations seeking to preserve their independence Sunnier Welles acting iecrelary of state announced that Arthur Bliss Lane the American minister m Belgrade had been instructed to inform the new government has overthrown the pro axis regency of the following That Ihe information received here on the change in power in Jugoslavia had been wiclclv wel comed in the United States as a matter lor self congratulation to every liberty loving man and woman That in accordance with tlic terms of the leaselend act Presi dent Roosevelt was able in the in terest of the national defense of Hie United States to render ef fective nialcvial assistance to na tions which arc seeking to prc thcir independence and in tegrity aggression United Stales frozen immediately slavia assets which were after the former Belgrade gov the axis mhl ernment joined now be released Many persons were killed and w o n u Ore tl in demonstrations throughout the night the Bel Krailc reports said Fourteen were said to have been kiHcrt in uiuijaluka alone Hiotiug took place in the main streets of Belgrade all night The Belgrade radio broadcast an appeal to army garrisons throughout the kingdom to sup port thcneiv Jdngandgovern ment and help to preserve order At the same time all reserve officers were ordered Io report o their garrisons at once Tfio Belgrade radio said the new cabinet was sworn in by Kiuc Peter Troubles similar u those in Belgrade also occurred in Biloli in southern Jugoslavia In ileiiionslralitius in tlc capi tal ami provinces crowds car ried Uritisli and Itussian and shoiilcil Lung live Briiaiu and Russia Uimn with Ger many and Italy V Students marched with linked annaand sang patriotic and na tionalistic songs Many were ar rested General Simovic np a veteran aviator was chief of Jugoslavias anforce und is a former chict of tlic general staff He was raised ID chief of the air corps last November after an army shakcup which resulted from a bombing of Bitoli by Planes unofficially identified during ho ItalianGreek conflict Two other members of the new government it was learned are JJr Branl Ctibrilovic former minister agriculture and Srdjan former minister of to End Strike Is Challenged MILWAUKEE W Piillip tXP U irc iit outh cabled in reply to MIX of llolal1e victories Coupes wired query of lie their wellbeing la Saturday vvns lhc f pholoeneravine Ic maIc an other rip to the Unite Slates 01 d which cl fc ct 1 eidemal Iin under f Hucy He is now as Wth a PCtn in Weather FORECAST cloudy MIOW flurries Thursday iglit and Friday Lowest Itm pcraliivc abnul 25 colder Fri day slroiiff norlluvcst winds IOXVA Mostly louciy snow I lurries iiorthcasl Thursday ami Triday colder cast anil south I nclay Fresh west to northwest winds Thursday and cast por tion Friday SI 1 N N E s O T A Occasional snow colder north and west Thursday night Friday Partly cloutly lo cloudy snow Hurries northeast and uorlli ccnlral colder south and casl ircsh northerly ivinds Thursday niBhl and Friday IN MASON CITY to demand an end to thc there Chambers Manufacturing com Millers in IKmv vasion plan hv the brilliant exi Company spokesmen at Mili ploils of the KAF I waukcc earlier had announced Secondly there was Ihc frusj Plans to comply fully with ilic tratioii ol hisattempt to cow and rcciuct They siid 7BOO Ihc iivil population nt this country by ruthless air linnib ms Thirdly vc have Ihe dcstnic iiuii of Italian powerand empire in Africa by our armies there x Bui llicir is another siitircmc event more lilesscd lisan victor ies namely thp rising of the snirit of ihe srcat American na tion its ever more intimate association wilh llic common i cause i nf that has been accom i plishcd by the sentiment aroused in American breasts at tiic speci I Jicle of courage and devotion shown by the simple and nrdinarv folk of this cc I tf the lire o t tuiiiv ii Britain could I believe u c i bv thc OPM herself for thc time bciivj but n i will the combincd efforts of Score by Quarters ion worker were to rcumc nnriiiiil work Bui Harold JhrMoriel prci cicn uf iie strikiiiR union at Mil waukcr told i SnUp f strikers outHtir the a ltlil my our iTlurninj to work licforr tile uniin voted would lose H jci He i explained thai rules ol the union were lit that effect I i Muniiy in a telegram from 1 asked Knox and jKiiiuisen by what were i i they lo ISMIC ultima turn when an executive order of tnc prcidcnt had provided lor scttlcnient of labor disputes hiYjugh ihe conciliation tVvue I niu1 thc iintiDiial mediation board ISKULIN German government sent an urgent rc fiuest Jugoslavia Thursday to explain the international jm phialions nf her chaiiKed KOV ernmcnt especially as it affccls her adherence to tlic thrcc Iioucr pact Some hojic was ex pressed thai n reply mifflil reach Berlin yet Thursday nighl phmiine both aidcsit Serbs who rcMsned Iroii the capituia lion cabinet of raliicr approve thc axis accord larkovnalso went back Ho thc new Hovcriiniciil a tnin Post he held in VicuPrcniicr Vladimir Mocck llic Craat peasant leader took over Ins old post in thc new aov simple and nrdinarv i tlc midiation board ounlry in slaiidin fc llio lll1RCd the company nf the cncniv to accept a settlement v wT H H ILl Maximum Wednesday Vmimum Wednesday nicht At 8 a m riiuiMliv YKAU AGO Maximum Minimum Precipitation 10 11 Snowfall 13 inches opc from the menace of Hirici ism i and to open apain the paths nf piosrcss to mankind We umnot tcil how long road will be We only know lht will be slony painful and up hill and that we shall march alonj it to he cad i Final J 2 Final hecoml VicePremier Jovan Jovanovic resumed his post and Momlchilo forciffn min ister in 1D24 also resumed his old position in tlic cabincl Others of the cabinet included Finance Smon Kuttc War ami navy General Hit cducation Trisunovic Commerce Andres Mining Kulonovic j ic 1 Social nclfare Grologol Posts Joip Torbar rouct losanovic Miliiitcr portfolio Da kovic The Rovpriiincnt represents iclemcnU Of the Jugoslav popuia   

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