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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             DES V rv t R T 4 A3 T r Of ICAA COUP M 0 I J E S I A NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME VOL XLVII ASSOCfATED FtlESS AND UNITED PBESS FULL liASEO WIRES THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT JPOT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 3 1941 Him o AatJ tArut CONSISTS Oh TWO SECTIONS ONENO 17EJ BAQ DESTROYS 26 BRITISH PLANES They Too Are Americons Clash of PropagandaNazi and BritishSurcharges Atmosphere of Buenos Aires course of a lour through South America as one of u parl of quests oC the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace NUMBER 47 By EARL HALL BUENOS The clash of British on one Hand nazi on the is discernible almost from the or observation lo be made at once is that the people of nalt leastarc more acutely Ware of Europe s war than were people of Chile Peru Ecuador and Colombia on the Pacific coast This interest in the war is rc Ilectcd in the immense crowds s which preempt the sidewalks in front ot the bulletin boards of the number 1 e s s daily n e v s p a pers here One day d e v e 1 o p ments in the capture of a local man who had killed at entire fam claimed a little attention in the bulle tins posted But almost ex clusively the news is the man house there was a guiteral accent strongly suggestive of the German language Another point in common at boll theaters was the inclusion enough pure en tertainment and objective news to make the propaganda the more effective y At he German house a notice Mas thrown on the screen rc nuesliiisr the audience not to give expression to its emotions and sympathies during tlie showing of pictures from oilier lands This step Im told Mas taken following an outbreak of violence in the theater not long ago X On only one occasion was there departure from liie rule Pat e rue a W EAEL HALL rons at the English house clurin British Lost 6 CLAIM GERMAN ESTIMATES ARE FAR TOO HIGH Admiralty Reports Only 2 Destroyers and 4 Transports Sunk LONDON admiialtv announced Saturday that the British troop withdrawal from Greece had been accomplished with the loss of two destroyers and four transports The communique said onlv one of thetransports sunk had voops aboard and that 700 of the men 2 Held for Abandoning Baby in Iowa DES MOINES ot Detectives Jack Brophy said Sat urday a young woman and her husband are under arrest at Mary ville Mo on charfies of abandon ing a baby on the lawn of an East Des Moinos night home Wednesday aboard were destroyers rescued by British Koth fhcsc destroyers the Diamond and the Wryneck were later sunk by German dive bombers and it was feared he casualties were heavy the ad miralty said British sources have told of the withdrawal ot from 5000 to 48 Bropliy said charges of child abandonment ivere filed against the couple Mr and Mrs John Fanning Cedar Falls in munici pal court here Saturday morning and detectives have gone to Alaryville to return the couple here He said he was informed hey waived extradition The officer said he was informed by the sheriffs office at Maty ville which arrested the couple at the home of relatives on a tip from an undisclosed source that Mrs Fanning admitted being the mother of the baby boy found here but said Fanning was not the father and did not know the child had been abandoned The baby was born al the Uni versity hospital at Iowa City Apiil 21 Brophv said the mother related The officer asserted police here 000 of the 60000 British soldiers iti sent to Greece for the Balkan cthKl a on s touching on the war from either the European capitals or AVash t best known ff nough riot boiisfs the most complete foreign news coverage of anjr newspaper in the world On the surface at least the British cause appears to be more substantially backed in the press here La Prensa La Nacion and El Mundo are all out for Brii ian In addition theres an im portant daily The Standard printed in English The nazi cause on the oilier hand is possessed of two im portant ZeituiiK printed in both German and Spanish and El Pompero a name drawn from the term for B As prevailing wind from the Pampas W Then theres another important medium ol propaganda the movies the news reels To acquaint rnyself with the tech nic of this propaganda agency I went to two theaters last night where only news reels and short features are shown One was German operated the other Brit ish operated The background commentators for the news reels at both theaters spoke in Spanish but at the Ger On the screeneven more pro nouncedly than in the press the propaganda emphasis from both sides of the fence is to create con fidence in ultimate victory Such an appeal seems to have even greater force with respect to the Latin mind than appeals based on morality or ethics The screen ami the press nf course arc only two of the more obvious media if propaganda It manifests itself more subtly in numerous other areas There is for example in Argentina is in all other parts of South America a vigorous attempt on the part of the Germans to con trol maybe it wpuld lie better o say the Germans arc trying to continue their control of aviation I find a rather universal as sumption down here that United States entry into the war is in evitable The only difference of opinion is as to time But on the question of what lies ahead for Ar gentina it is difficult to get an expression The attitude seems to be one of watchful waiting based on an assumption that the winner be it Britain or Germany will to come to Argentina for much of its foodstuffs and raw materials for manufacturing Mrs A R Sale 72 111 f or Two Months Succumbs Had Been Resident of Mason City Since 1895 Husband Daughter Left Mrs A R Sale 7i died at a m Saturday at her home 320 Pennsylvania avenue south east following ah illness of two months She suffered a slight stroke two months ago and an other one Thursday which was the immediate cause ot her death She was the wife of A It Sale prominent in local business and civic affairs for more than 70 years Mrs Sale was born at Boscobcl Wis Jan 27 I8G9 She attended the Platlcvillc Slate Normal school and taught school at Mer rill Wis before earning to City in 1895 In teach Until 1902 she was principal of Washington school She was married to Mr Sale in 1901 He survives her as do daughter Mi campaign German military cir cles in Berlin however declared Friday that twothirds of the Gre cian B E F or 40000 men could be regarded as lost The survivors from the de stroyers reported that they were repeatedly attacked by machinegun fire from German aircraft water the communique said Withdrawal of the imperial troops and RAF personnel from Greece was completed shortly after midnight on April 30 the admiralty said and added that a large number of refugees nlso had been withdrawn from the now Germanoccupied country comparison of the footprints taken from the baby found here with records at the Iowa City inslitu tion V The child was found wrapped In a blanket on the lawn of a home here by two Boy Scout executives who chanced to walk along the street because they had trouble with their automo was taken fif Brpsdlawns General hospital where lie lias been thriving V Records of the stale bureau of investigation show that a man named John Fanning was commit ted to Anamosa reformatory Dec 30 1330 on a charge of assault to commit great bodilv injury and was released Sept 28 1940 Report 26 U S Vessels Have Reached Suez VICHY France Usually reliable diplomatic circles in Vichy reported Saturday that 20 Ameri can merchant ships loaded to the funnels with arms and munitions for the aid of the British in the middle east had arrived at the Suez canal The news obviously could not Boy Goes for Swimming Lesson Js Drowned SIOUX FALLS S Dak James Catnicle a grammar school student wanted to learn to swim so that he might be initiated Into a club Saturday Friday he with a school chum for a swim ming lesson in the Sioux River He drowned 500 Apply for Encash Service CHICAGO More than 500 physicians have apnlied for ser i be definitely confirmed in Vichy Physicians have applied for ser but it ran like wildfire through vicc in 9rcat Britain in response nrmfvni to a British Red Cross plea for 1000 medical officers America neutral diplomatic circles as well as through official French quar ters The fact however lhat Presi dent Rouscvclt recently opened the Red Sea lo United States vessels of U S ships in that area wilh supplies for the British forces Highiy circumstantial accounts of the arrival said the schips car ried light lanks antitank and antiaircraft guns These sources insisted that the I announced Saturdav Weather Report FORECAST MASOV CITY Partly cloudv scattered lieht showers Satur day night Sunday considerable cloudiness showers and scat tered thunderstorms continued mild temperatures British Fight Neor Oil Fields ZONGULDAK TURKEY i important as a source of supply for the Brttsi British troops landed at Basra 2 have at Habbaniyah were hghfing back BritaL has h fire on not far from oil fields A Berlin announcement said Said British BULLETINS ZURICH UR Rdio Ankara reported Saturday night that Brit ish troops were marching on Bagdad LONDON bomb ers were reported Saturday tu have blasted and silenced several of the field guns will which Iraqi troops are still attaching Habbamya airdrome but an offi cial statement attack on failed British base had LONDON number of British aircraft has been de stroyed on the ground and some casualties sustained in the Brit ish clash with Irarj troops an authoritative statement said Saturday nisht The announce ment issued by the ministry of information added however that story that British tanks were destroyed on an airdrome at Rusba is certainly untrue NEW YORK German wireless quoting what it said was nuuniig n was Medical headquarters the third Iraq nrmy communique vi 11 in L unj JULvi i ti tin us exact number o ships which arI Inr T rived was G Partly cloudy scattered ight showers west and extreme Leader Tells Band What to Play But Hes Not the Boss i CHICAGO UR The man waving the baton just lells the i band what to mil Ihe boss federal Judge Charles A i Woodward ordering Ihe govcrn north Saturday night Sundav considerable cloudiness and showers and scattered thunder storms continued mild temper ature MINNESOTA Partly cloudy scattered showers and thunder storms Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy showers south liiile change in temperature M IlTV employers share of lor of the First Baptist church I will conduct the rites j MIH m 111 tllC funeral home until the time for II services a message from Nairobi Kenya Burial will be made in Kim Forecd down in the Kairba wood cemetery country Fagan UUnaCI 1 rr ft and two grandchildren all o mc The RcvJ tee Lewis pasj Washington D C Two sisiers Mrs Frank Smith and Alice Murphy of Washington D C and a brother Dr Frank G Murphv of Mason City also survive Mrs Sale was a member of the Womans club the Chaulauqua and Hearthstone club and was an active participant in the organi Lcasue of Women voters She was largely respons ible for the founding of the city laboratory Kuncral service will be held I ucsday afternoon in the memor ial chapel of the Major funeral wirelessed his po sition to his base The message WOMAN BUUXED DES MOINES I Dcvotie 57 wife of a DCS Jtoinc u rt iMumes iaKino barber was critically burned fri surveyed day when cleaning fluid she was 1 from a s using m the basemcm of her home to h i n explodcd and igmted her clothes i Fagan ha I t nt ttiuosriil was intercepted by a white hunt cr who sent his native scouts to i find Fagan One scout located taking his or dart from behind a bush and away and he gave chase For 15 miles the lost Jl1 chased his rescuer through the bushes The native finally escaped Pagan stumbled on aimlessly and came upon a white man silting on petrol cans Livingstone 1 prc n e Dott1 distance and t i the grounded pljinc smnc Kagan said i No sir ihe man replied I rortunatcly Corporal Vandermcre of the b scout Deer of petrol supDlics Saturday said the Iraqis had taken possession of all nil wells pipelines and stalions at Kirkuk Khanikin and Gcyara The radio which said it obtained its report from Beirut Lebanon declared the Iraqis were drawing tighter their encirclement of the airport of Sindebanc in western Iraq Arlillery shelled Sindcbaiie causing fires in the petrol dumps and explosions in ammunition dump it was said In the south ern area there was an artillery duel B E K 11 X HV Germanys deepest sympathy is with Iraq an authorized spokesman de clared Saturday but there vas no indication that any material aiii had been or will he given Berlin look the deepest interest in reports of military dcvclop mcnls and a dispatch which said Iraq flyers had smashed 21 Brit ish planes was received with satisfaction Y NEW YOVtK German radio said encirclement ot British troops at Basra in Iraq continued Saturday according to plan and that numerous detachments of In dian troops deserted the British and joined the Iraqis CoiorfuTf hrong Swarms to Churchill Downs for Derby Capital of Blue Grass NAZI AIRPLANES REPORTED SEEN ON FLIGHT EAST Iraq Claims British Failed in Effort to Take Another Airfield BULLETIN ZURICH UR nac roo penetrated British defenses at the Koyal Air Force base of Hab baniva in a fierce battle that still is going on according to reports broadcast Satinday by the Turk ish radio which also reported a German air squadron was flying toward the near cast The radio at Ankara broadcast a report that a luftwafle squad on was seen flying along the with coast of Turkey toward trench Syria but had no furihcL information to indicate that Ger inauy definitely had answered the appeal of the Bagdad govern ment lor aid against the British In the fighting al Habbaniva where Iraq troops had besieged and shelled the British forcethe native forces succeeded at dawn tn penetrating the southern sec tor of the strongly fortified air drome according to Radio An kara s information from Iraq By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Waiflamed fiercely in a grave yard of empires as the battle be tween British and Iraq forces went into its second day in an area crowded with memories vanished Babylonian Assyrian Chaldean Persian Greek Roman Saracen and Turk power London said only the fighting but an Irati com muniu Country Is Bulging Like an Army Camp Bv STEVE SNIDER LOUISVILLE Ky UR The advance guard of a throng expect ed to make Matt WimVs dream of a 100000 crowd come true moved at dawn Saturday toward Church ill Downs to see Lucky Charley Howard send Porters Cap to the post at p m favored to give California its first Ken tucky derby winner in G7 year Special trains special planes and fpecial everything roared into the capital of the blue grass country until it bulged like an army camp At the historic course itself the lunchbox crowd already was set tled in the infield before the boxholders had stopped wondering whether Friday nights mint juleps were worth it all 1 1 4 Discharged From CCC Joined Service DES MOINES Approxi mately 16 per cent of the civilian conservation corps enrollees who obtained honorable discharges from Iowa camps the first quarter of 1940 joined the federal military forces CCC figures showed here Saturday A total of 712 youths As the crnwil pressed nil for its twii minute glimpse of tin 11liorsc duel in prospect South Fnurth street in downtown lnuisviltp looked like a section of Hollywood bniilcvard anil llial accounted for the overnight shift in sentiment from the hometown favorite Koycc G Martins Our Boots to the strap pine Howard coll The California visitors have seen so much of Howards fabulous luck or is it luck they simply over whelmed Kentuckys hardened hardhooters who had installed Our Boots as the early derby favorite six weeks ago observers on the srounds iill week called it a twohorse race with one startling exception That questionmark w a y a r r e n Wrights The golden chestnut sun of Blenheim Il itill I was considered the fastest horse in i Ihr race over any Riven inilc strclch anil manv he could win if Jockey Eddie Arcar conciuercd Uliirlaways habil of bearing out in the turns Just such a disaster cost a way his last two starts one in the mile derby trial last Tuesday Porters Cap rated in the morninfr line at 2 to I Our Boots 52 and Wliirlaway 51 faced a strong challenge from Kimr Ranchs Dispose saddled by Max Ilirsch who brought home Bold Venture in 1936 Dis pose dcspilc his disappointing showing in lhc experimental Handicap at Jamaica ivas the eastern favorite at 8 to I Included in the field were J F Byers Robert Morris Mrs Vera Braggs Blue Pair US Weather Service to Be Set Up Here Plans for making official weath er service available on a 24 hour bais in Mason City on June 1 were being completed Saturday by representatives of the civil aero nautics administration and the U S weither bureau in a meeting with City Manager Herbert T Barclay F W Spader Kansas City maintenance inspector radio tele type with the radio section of CAA and M A Emerson Chicago airway inspector for the U S weather bureau arranged with Mr Barclay for the location of a tem porary heller on the municipal site fur usebeginning June 1 The CAA on that date will huvi four representatives stationed here to maintain the 24 hour serv ice They will be equipped with a complete set of official weather instruments and will have r tele type wire by which observations can be communicated to and from the weather station at Chicago and throughout the Ij S Mr Spader said The temporary housing w1 ac cpmraodatc the station until such i Sc airport t waexplained but the bnU where zxzx s a AT ssv Planes Hadbeen Habbamyah airfield British base BO mies west of fabled Bagdad and that British motorized de achments had failed in an at tempt to occupy another airfield Whether the German aid re portedly requested by Iraqs pre mier fiiischid Ali Al Gailani was beginning to arrive was not yet evident but the German radio brought its heavy propaganda ar tillery nUj onilKus suggestions f a major lest be tween British imperialism and the entire Arab world Vital significance was attached to the fact that in Iraq the British now are fighting under a dKid vuniagc that did not face them in Greece namely that in Iraq it is he Germans who are reportedly being called on Hi rescue n little country from the invader Meanwhile the German radio broadcast that Iraqs government had appealed to the Arabs in Pal estine to take up arms against the British declaring Iraqs fight was a general fight for the liberation of the Arabs that British planes had attempted to bomb the Bag dad residence of Iraqs premier thai strong nativetroop contir scits from Saudi Arabia were massing on ihc south transJordan I ourdcr thai le British minister to IIHI ij chased by an iinsry crowd in he streets of Ban dad A British broadcast said Basra where British troops recently landed is quiet but there is no news of what is happening in Bagdad AXIS FOItCES AGAIN STRIKE AT TOBIHJK What attitude Turkey would take toward the developments in be forces look ndvantacS the Rocky Palladinos Louis Little Bean Market diately went sed and IH immc Swain 501 lUgf into the army ad Siarctor ami Cicrmai d deep lion ot the British defense r despite surf resistance From Ankara the German wireless reported that tht Iraq I government had arrested nuincr British agents who tried lo in cite the that all Brit ish employes in the service o tlie i Irari government had been dis j missed lhat the Jews of Bagdad to create a panic1 by closing i Iliuir shops and spreading defcat rumors RACES FUKY IX WEST DES MOINES warm sun lhc ucst tllc war raged with brought summerliiic weather to fury in the air and Iowa again Saturday I on aild under tiic surface of the Temperatures remained ciaht ii bCr British during TEMPERATURES ABOVE NORMAL 84 Is Reported al Ottumwa Continued Warm Js Iowa Forecast I LIOI UUll degrees above normal and imflar conditions were expected Sunday High unofficial mark for Iowa triday was 84 degrees at Ottum wa It vas 33 at DCS Moines and Alta Scattered showers Irll in iiic wctcrn half uf the stair wilh In wood reporting the heaviest al 10 of an inch More showers and scattered thunderstorms w ere forecast foi the weekend tlie night swept across northern Ger many and struck again at ott bombcd Hamburg where the air i ministry said huge tires were started and extensive damage was mllictcd on docks and industrial At the same time the lufl ivaffc xmaslicd at Liverpool and other McrscysiUc areas for the second successive nitht in what   

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