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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME H t R L E R HIST S AR f OCPT O IOWA COM C 3 r I U r s U VOL XLVII ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITCp U5ASED WIRES THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 29 MASON ciry THE BRIGHT SPOT Are Americans Yum Yum Typical Meal EDITORS NOTE This nolbtr at m of articles irriltcn by W Uall Mason Kit GlobeGazcttt initiating edilor in the course of a toot Ibrovjh Soulli America one at nartr ot K the Carneji EadOTrmeot for loterjiatlonal Ttace Number 69 By W EAKL HALL GUATAPARA you are one of those rarely found in dividuals who dont like good food you wont be interested In what follows Its 2nd I might say the midday meal I had at the guest house on Fazenda Guatapara one the largest coffee plantations in Brazil and I write of it because it seemed to me to be the most characteristically South Ameri can meal I have eaten in the six weeks since our ship sailed south from Panama Ordinarily Im not much in terested in the historical aspects of my groceries I like food for foods own sake But in this case the fact thai all but about a half dozen of the 30 items ivhich made up our meal were produced on the 37000 acre ranch we were visiting added to my complete enjoyment of the meal On call to breakfast by our host Antonio Atves de Lima our Carnegie party augmented by Rone Amorin of the American consulate in Sao Paulo and Doc tor Benjamin HunnicuU president of MacKenzie college took our places around a great table in the center the large guest house Our host had pride in telling us King Albert of Belgium liis queen Eliza beth and theiv son Leopold later to be Bel giums king once sat at the royal names in the guest book ahead oi ours under ot 1920 an im mango in the yard close by is a further re minder oC the date and mense tree LEOPOLD For the first course there was a potato and vegetable salad served with spiced ham with each guest helping himself ac cording to his capacity One often gets too ambitious on the earlier courses Next a great dish of specially seasoned rice went the rounds Then a plat ter of Brazil beans cooked in corn flour and garnished over with soft fried eggs intact and with sausages around the bor der Here was food that IS I food i j Following this the waiters came paipsing in with platters of roast unutton surrounded by carrots peas and manchioca the latter a phrub root which more or less Substitutes for potatoes in Brazil VAnel as if all this was not iiough the waiters appeared next a sizable container of cod sh prepared in the rich milk of ic zebu a South American cow evelopcd by joining brahmas India with the original Eu jpean stock Through the meal side servings native cheese guava paste azilian wine and other inciden too numerous to be remem ired were coming at us from all gles All of this paved the way i1 the dessert which was indeed Doem in cuisine The best I can do in the way descriptive effort is to say consisted of sliced apples laid inglelike on a thin rich ust with a filling of spiced impkin served to us from a wl The Brazilian who con cled that recipe should rate a inumcnt as tall as the Empire i building came the coHce grown dried graded roasted and Jverted into a delicious bever on the premises Some of otir jup went to the kitchen to fSch the process by which the I1 Brazilian coffee is produced there is the roasting in o r npopper1 i k e container vir a 30 and 40 nutes with the heat scientifi y adjusted Coffee here is considerably darker than C S with the result that the ished drmkis much darker and ie authoritative as to taste but possessed of less caffcin keep you awake jhe actual brewing of the cof is a bit too technical a sub for one like me o undertake S it suffice to say that until ve tasted coffee brewed on a Julian fazenda it cant bo said 5 youve ever tasted coficc at level besi THIS PAPEn CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE ATAii J JifiJ iilEJS IF TWO SECTIONS ONE NO 197 AXIS CLOSINC VISE ON CRETE FIRST OUTLINE OF BRITISH WAR AIMS IS GIVEN Declares Germany Must Never Again Be Able to Violate the Peace LONDON Secre tary Anthony Eden in his first comprehensive statement on Britains war aims declared Thurs day that our political and mili tary terms o peace will be designed to prevent a repe tition of Ger m a n ys m i s deeds Eden said that under the system of free e c o nomic co operation Ger m a n y must Play a part But here I draw a firm distinction EDEiY We must never forget that Germany is the worst master Europe lias yet known Five times in the last century she has vio lated the peace She must never be in a position to pfay that role again Eden addressing a London audience termed President Roose velts fireside chat Tuesday night a momentous world event be cause toy Ajsjysrtfcthe presi sion of the most powerfulnation on earth He asserted that a settlement and internal peace ol the continent as a whole is our only nim It is obvious the foreign secretary said that we have no motive of selfinterest prompt ing us to economic exploita tioneither of Germany or of the rest of Europe if This is not what we want nor what we could perform The fact that at Die bottom of his heart every combatant knows this is the ultimate source of our strength To every neutral satc hte or conquered country it is obvious our victory is for the most fundamental and unalter able reasons to their plain ad vantage Only our victory can restore botK to Europe and to the world that freedom which is our heritage for centuries of Christian civili zation and that security which alone can make possible the bet terment of mans lot upon earth He said the period between wars showed no escape can be found from the curse which has been lying on Europe except by creating and preserving economic health in every coun try v x x We can not now foresee when the end will come But it is the Is Fined on Trust Act WASHINGTON fP Justice James M Proctor of district court Thursday fined the American Medical association 52500 and the District of Columbia Medical so ciety 51500 for violation of the Sherman antitrust act The A M A and the district society were found guilty of con spiracy to violate the act on April 4 At the same time 18 physicians including five officials of the AM A were exonerated In the trial attorneys ot the justice department argued that the two groups and the physicians had conspired to obstruct the ac tivities of Group Health associa tion a federation of government employes organized to provide co operative medical care They charged that the associa tion and its affiliated societies had conceitedly restrained r Washington hospitals by refusin the group health doctors the privilege of practicing in the hos pitals and bad brought pressure to oeaito prevent other physicians from consulting with the group health physicians Officials of Ihe two associations denied that they had in any way obstructed group health activities and tiiat their only Interest was to assure that adequate medical caie be provided under that or any other medical insurance plan Quigley Chief of Peruvian Navy Capt William M Quigley U S N has been named chief of staff of the Peruvian navy by Peruvian President Manuel Prado Captain Quigley is the sixth United Slates naval offi cer to be honored with Latin American nations highest naval ranking Germans commenting on President Roosevelts Tues day night address said Mr Roosevelt should remember 9ugCJs cforc mentioning Quislings nature of a machine so rigid as the German to break suddenly and with little warning When it comes the need of succor to European peoples will be urgent isaid the president de scnbedwithmcbmparable bfeaarii of vision the scope ot the struggle in which we are engaged He defined Hie settled policy of his country in terms which are as vigorously encouraging to us as they must be disheartening to the enemy the foreign sec retary declared To give effect to this policy the president has decreed a state ot unlimited national emergency in the United States For our part we have listened with hearts full of thankfulness to the presidents determination that the cause of freedom can and will prevail CHUTE TOWERS ARE OPERATED U S Launches Mass Production in Training of Parachute Jumpers FORT BENNING Ga Mass production of parachutists to increase the present United States force fourfold by JSovcin bcr began heic Thursday with the opening of two S8DOQO train ing towers army adaptation of ICKES of the New York worlds fair Since last November the army has trained one battalion about 500 men ot the airborne shock troops like those so prominent in the Crete campaign By this No vember it expects to have a force or more than 2000 even if world developments do not force speed ing up the program The new system will slash training time by providing all the necessary instruction of jumping without the need of flying With the new towers the men i can take three or four jumps a morning an impossibility if they had to be time says Capt I E Lindquist plans and training officer of the justcreated provisional parachute group BOYDJISUlER TRUCK WHEELS EMMETSEURG Chris tiansen 2 year old son of Mr and Mrs Roy Christiansen of Curlew was killed Thursday noon when he fell from an oil truck driven by his uncle Archie Seagren of Curlew Seagren accompanied by Gary had delivered oil to the William Fish farm near Mallard when the truck door opened accidentally and the boy fell beneath the wheels Coroner R J Brink said the death was caused by head in juries and that no inquest will be held Gary is survived by his and a brother LeRoy SAVINGS TIME TO SAVE POWER House Committee Backs Bill to Authorize F R to Build Pipe Lines WASHINGTON IP Interior Secretary Ickes Thursday advocat ed daylight saving time on a na tionwide scale and suggested that America m a y have to resort to restricted use of electricity a n d institute a s 1 c s s Sundays to meet short age of power and oil Meanw h i 1 e on capitol hill the house in terstate com merce commit tee approved a bill urgently re quested by President Roosevelt to give the government authority to build oil pipe lines Under the bill he president could direct a government agency to build such lines or aid private corporations in their construction and both public and private build ers would have the right of emi nent domain if the president de clared the pipelines were required for national defense purposes The Ickes statement came as an official of the federal power commission foresaw a power emergency perhaps most serious and studies were beingrmade on means of diverting power from civilian to industrial uses to prevent interruption of defense production Daylight saving tcltes said could be instituted by an act oC congress to save substantial amounts of power In mentioning the possibility ot priorities in the use of power the secretary said restricted consump tion might easily include night baseball and lie commentedIts more important to make aluminum than to have night baseball The power shortage he said might be met by moral suasion through civilians voluntarily re slncting consumption Turning to oil Ickes told his press conference the problem was strictly one of transportation and he foresaw a possibility of restricted use especially on the eastern seaboard In this connection he advocated oil pipe lines from the south to the cast where severe shortages of oil are feared because of the transfer of of the American tank er fleet to British service He ad vocated priorities on materials used in making pipe lines and oil tankers to hasten their construc tion Ickes said an effort to build the pipe lines had been blocked in the Georgia legislature by the rail roads very shortsightedly T R Tale of the federal power commission told of the study to conserve power Father Of Memorial Day By Wilson Iowa Executive Is 2 Boys Lost in Woods Since Sunday Found Paul KOKADJO Maine JP Atkinson 14and 17 DoverFoxcroft boys lost in the Moosehead lake region woods since last Sunday were found alive The boys were found by members of a large scarchin parly near Third West Branch pond about 14 miles southeast of Kokadjo They were reported in weakened condition when brought to camps owned fay Kred Chad wick several miles from whcvo hey were found Duce Again Shakes Up Military Command ROME W Replacement ot Lieut Gen Achille Staracc former secretary of the fascist party as chief of staff of the fascist mili tia was announced officially Thursday Premier Mussolini ap pointed Lieut Gen Enzo Galbiati to the post which Starace had held since January 1340 when fcttore Muti replaced him as par ty secretary LEAVES FOR HYDE WASHINGTON Roosevelt will leave iate Thurs day for a weekend of rest at hij Hyde Park N Y home Pleased by Condition of Men at Claibornc CAMP CLAIBORNE La Gov George A Wilson Iowa Thursday presented tiie five Iowa regiments of the 4th division of ficial Iowa state flags Here lor an inspection the gov ernor with Brigadier Gen Charles A Grahl adjutant general or Iowa traveled from one regiment to another during the day inspec ting tents equipment and living conditions Wilson said he was vcry pleased by the condition of the men and by the appearance of the camp 1 am certain he said that the mothers and fathers back home in Iowa have little idea of what good housekeepers their are now The boys actually keep ev erything so clean and orderly that I was afraid to enter most tents for fear 1 might disarrange some thing GovernorWilson will remain until Friday and may review the 133rd infantry of Iowa in its Me morial lny parade Baton Rouge COLONEL MAKES LOANS TO HIS TROOPS CAMP CLAIBORNE La Col Howard J Rouse of Waterloo commander ot the 133rd infantry of Iowa dug into his own pocket Thursday to lend 53000 spending money to his troops while they are in Baton Rouge La this week end The hoops of the 34th division will not be paid until Saturday and because the 133rd is leaving for its Memorial day parade at Baton Rouge many of the men were short of funds The regiment will remain in Baton Rouge on vacation Sunday afternoon PREDICT RELIEF FOR FRIDAY Hot Sun Gives Iowa Temperatures Boost Scattered Rain Listed DES MOIiVES hot sun went to work early Thursday giving temperatures a fast start toward sticky 90degrce readings in Iowa Some relief however is cc pccted for Memorial day Friday when temperatures are likely to drop from their Uabovc normal average to nearly normal the weather bureau snid Local Ihun dershoivcr arc io recast for Thursday night and Friday Highest temperature in Iowa Wednesday was 3 degrees at Sioux City Council Bluffs and Davenport Other readings in the nineties and high eighties were common Scattered rainfall was reported in northeast Iowa Wednesday nijjiit North wood reported inches Charles City 11 II and Mason City 30 jiiuli Drowns While Showing Hes Good Swimmer DES MOINES tff Hjalmar Burgeson 43 drowned in the DCS Moincs river while endeavoring to show a 14 year old boy he was a good swimmer despitethe he had but one leg The boy Mike Thompson told police that Burgeson after reminiscing about his swimming ability took off his artificial leg and struck out into the water without removing his clothes Weather Report FORECAST MASON CITY Occasional tlutn dershowcrs Thursday night and Friday highest temperature about GO Thursday iflcrnoon cooler Thursday and Friday IOWA Local thundcrshowers Thursday night and Friday cooler Friday and north Thurs day night MINNESOTA Cloudy Thursday night and Friday occasional light rain probable south and westcentral cooler extreme south Thursday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Wednesday 84 Min Wednesday night 61 At 8 a m Thursday 67 Kail 30 inch YEAR AGO Maximum KG Minimum 45 Recall F R Request in Labor Dispute By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS The defense mediation board I ited President Roosevelts proj larmiUon of an unlimited national emergency Thursday for the first time in an appeal to striking CIO umber workers in the Pacific northwest to return to work as patriotic citizens Tht board appealed to the lumber workers after being ad vised tliat their representatives had rejected unanimously a board proposal for temporary settlement of their dispute pending n report by a factfind ing commission It said cmpluv Irsaccepted the proposal About 12000 workers went on strike demanding a number of things including a flat wage in crease of T cents an hour Offi cials said the base rale now for common labor in the 02 affected camps was cents W II Davis vice chairman of the board lold a press conference iou will recall President Roose velt said in his speech that recom mendations of the mediation board should bo accepted I assume he meant what he said Kariier Hie executive council of the American Federation or Labor declared thai AFL ma chinists on strike at San Fran cisco bay shipyards should call U off immediately anil return to work This formal announcement by the council backed up a sweeping pronouncement it issued Wednes day calling on all its affiliates to akc disciplinary action against local unions which strike without exhausting resources for media tion The executive council said it would lafco similar action itself against federal labor unions di rectly under its control The council declared lluct un interrupted production by the west coast shipyards was vital to the nations derense and further inat the good name the honor and the nostrike policy Or the American Federation of Labor de mand that the coastwide master agreement between the shtpbuild ON EAST NAZIS GAIN ON WEST British Say Violent HandtoHand Fighting Continuing on Island By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W i t H newlyarrived Italian tloops striking from the east end of the island Adolf Hitlers aer ial invaders captured Cretes prize harbor of Suda Bay on the west Thursday and occupied Candia in central Crete as the British struggled desperately in the jaws of a closing vise Candia is the islands biggest ty with a population of 33000 about 5S miles cast of Suda Bay W British military headquarters concerting that Hie licuvilyrc iuforced Germans had scored major gains declared that vio lent handtohand fighting was continuing Casualties were heavy on both sides the British said with New Zealand and o t h e r imperial forces righting bitterly cast oC Suda Biy Among the German casualties it was reported was Max Schmcl ing the former worlds heavy weight champion killed while tcmplingto escape from British troops who had captured him A nazi parachute soldier Schmeling was declared to have tried to break for freedom when other nazi dropped from the skies on his captors SchmeUng grabbed a rifle and went into action like a wild bull a Ne w Z ea la nd a mbulance driver who witnessed the episode re mi crs and the metal trades unions barring strikes and lockouts be religiously observed and rpq pectcd BRITISH ALSO LOST DESTROYER 100 Men Reported PickedUp After Bismarck Was Sunk damage and that counted Before he did any someone let him have it was the end of Max1 Seizure of Suda bay save the Germans a bridgehead for land ing seaborne troops and mili tary experts said it may prove to be the turning point of Ihr beginning of au otlier British debacle Hitlers ed that high nazi command mountain report troops rps striking on beyond Suda bay reached Almyro bay to the east in pursuit of the defeated Brit ish The Gorman communique said nust forces had taken a large number oC prisoners Fascist press dispatches report ed also thai hundreds of little Creek sailboats loaded with Ger man troops had been safely es corted to Crete under the guns of Italian warships Italian troops belatedly entered the conflict Wednesday it was reported The landing was made in per fect order at the extreme east ern tip of the island with corn panic if soldier and syilors1 LOKDOX British de informants Kiiid struycr Masluma was sunk b German planes when they 0t in the last blow of lie sen battle whiLli cost Germany the 35000 Ion battleship Bismarckthe ad miralty announced Thursday One officer and 15 men arc i missing from the 1850 ton Tribal class destroyer which went down shortly after the Bismarck was pounded to ruin 400 miles west of Brest France Tuesday morn ing The Mashonas normal comple ment was no more than that usual for British destroyers The admiralty said tliat more than 100 officers and men of the Bismarck were picked up after lie battleship was sunk Its effect is In create for ttir uuniroamlcr of Hie British im perial forces a sudden new front lo the cast when German pressure they must face on the west is already heavy London mililary quarter ac knowledged frankly a serious deterioration in the situation in the last 24 hours The British admitted that cap lure of Suda bay the best harbor on Ihe IGOmilelonf island prob ably would be tiie deciding factor in the struggle H was just n yearago Wednes day incidentally that the allie ii retreat from the bloody battle MAIN ROADS SECONDARY ROADS but said that German reinforcements nn mvade occuplcd cnM a 2   

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