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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME h r c A M a DES MOINES HOME EDITION VOL XLVII ASSOCIATED FSESS AND UNITED PRESS FUU LXASTb CENTS A COPS THi NIWjrAHS THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 25 1941 MASON CITY BRIGHT SPOT CONSISTS 6 TWO SKCTIOK ONE NO 248 U 5JUJT AGAINST JAPANESE Mobilizes Million Men Jap Ships Leave US Shores SPECIFICACTION TO BE MADE IN 24 HOURSF R Believe Freezing of Japanese Credits Assets Is Likely HYDE PARK N Y dent Roosevelt disclosed Friday that the United States would re taliate with specific action Satur day against Japans occupation of naval and air bases in French In doChina He told a press conference there would be something out of Wash ington Saturday but would not say exactly what But to members of the presi dential party spending the weekend here the most likely move appeared to be the freez ing of Japanese credits and as sets in the United States Many persons indeed consid ered that step inevitable but whether the United States was ready to take additional measures appeared to be awaiting future determination depending on how the international situation devel ops in the Pacific To a question whether events in the Far East have sharply ac centuated the dangers in the in ternational situation Mr Roose velt suggested that the answer be put this way Events in the Far East arc bringing a greater awareness on the part ot the public to the dan gers of the Informed quarters In Wash ington were agreed that extra ordinary c ou n t e r measures were in the making as a result of the IndoChina measures designed to expirss this countrys opposition to the action already taken as well as to any further Japanese step in the direction of Singa pore the Netherlands East Indies or the Philippines Capitol hill heard increasingly frerjuent speculation on use of the navy to safeguard American far eastern interests while im mediale prospects here were for some kind of economic action In tins connection it was re garded as significant that Treas ury Secretary Morgenthau cut short a visit with his parents in Bar Harbor Maine to return to the capital Friday explaining that the national emergency made it necessary for him to do so In the past Morgenthau has been active in working out antiaxis economic measures The possibility of an oil em bargo arose after President Roosevelt in short blunt sen phrased in the past broke official silence on why the Japanese have been allowed lo obtain American oil thus far Seek to Curb Price Fixing of Farm Goods WASHINGTON An at tempt to curb by congressional ac tion any pricefixing orders on farm products was planned Friday by Senators Smith D S Car and Thomas D Okla Protesting that actions by Leon Henderson federal price administrator were robbing farmers of a chance for a fair price Chairman Smith said he would ask the senate agricul tural committee to act on the matter at once Henderson breaks the cotton market every time he opens his mouth Smith known as Cot ton Ed said t Senator Thomas also critical of Hendersons price fixing attempts said he would offer two riders to farm bill dealing wilh wheat marketing in an effort to restrict action by Henderson until con gress had considered price fixing legislation Thomas said one rider would prohibit any attempt to fix prices on farm products either directly or indirectly until con gress passed such authorizing The second lie said would pre vent release of any government cotton loan stocks until after the end of the present emergency un less congress specifically ordered some stocks released Officials in charge of approximately 6000000 bales of cotton acquired by the government under pricesupport ing loans in recent years have been reported considering release ol some of this supply to offset re cent sharp increases in cotton prices Senator Smith said that mere talk ot such a release had brok en the cotton market just when farmers were beginning to move a new crop to market The senate recently passed a bill by Smith to freeze these loan stocks for the duration of the war but the house has not acted nn the measure The wheat mar keting bill recently was passed by the house and sent to the senate Any amendments to it normally would get prompt house attention Although administration and congressional leaders havn an nounced that broad price control legislation would be introduced shortly Smith predicted that farm minded lawmakers would battle and Rotterdam and airfields in any attempt to halt the recent in German occupied France The RUSSIANS HOLD NAZIS IN DRIVES ON 3 FRONTS Nazis Proceeding According to Schedule Red Resistance Stiff LONDON the Russian German war front London reports said lhat Adolf Hitlers invasion armies had renewed the offensive along the entire line but that there was no decisive result gained by either side at any place Hitlers high command assert ed the 34 day old campaign was proceeding according to plan but it acknowledged stiff red army resistance The Germans said a strong bunker group known as Emil Ezyn on the Stalin line south ol the Pinsk marshes surrendered Thursday after a fierce 24 hour I battle A soviet war bulletin said stub born fighting raged all Thursday night in five main the Plrozavodsk front north ot Len ingrad on the Porkhov front south of Leningrad on the Poolsk Nevel front in the center on the Smolensk front where a deep German salient has been driven toward Moscow and on the mir front in the Ukraine All have been scenes nf fierce indecisive fighting for many days Red army troops defending the road to Moscow reportedthey bad annihilated an entire German in fantry division about 15000 men near Smolensk and the soviet capitals air defenses were official ly credited with beating off n fourth successive night assault by German warplanes Unlike the three previous raids each lasting precisely 5i3 hours the luftwafle struck twice Thurs day night from p m to p m and later in a two hour attack An official soviet announce ment said that only me plane penetrated the capitals defenses and that it was shot down In the channel air war RAF pilots reported they left great fires raging in the German naval bases of Kiel and Emdcn in night raids and also attacked Wilhelmshaven AntiWar Card Brings Attack on Wheeler inli Wit SSfSZ m TviiSfSa the a tlle Senator Burton K Wheeler D Mont which was mailed to an army officer and which Secretary of War Henry 1 Stimson showed to his piess conference Stimson called mailing of the card very near the line of subversive activities against the United States if not treason Suspected FRENCH FORCES UNITY IN US Dont Lei Distaste for Reds Blind Value of Russian Stand Wife Slayer Is Hunted BULLETIN FROST Minn Sheriff W A Mathies of Karibault county late Friday after noon said that Orvin Knjjle liy suspected wife slayer had escaped from the corn field where he was hiding and was believed to have hitchhiked into own He is now being sought in the vicinity of Rake Iowa FROST ed hy a posse of men slowly Wheeler Has Gone Too Far P Orven Engleby on Dangerous Ground R President Backs Up Charges of Stimson Against Isolationist HYDE PARK N Y iN KKANCISCO Roosevelt asserted that Scn L Wilikie Thursday night tor KWheeler has gone ed Americans not lo Pf faC hls Samst ad creases in agricultural prices Senator McNary of Oregon the senate republican leader also said that farmers would oppose any at tempt to limit or stabilize agri cultural prices Henderson through the office of price administration and civilian supply has fixed price ceilings of cotton yarns and goods cottonseed and leather Some farm and congressional lenders protest ed that these ceilings were indirect attempts to fix farm prices at the Had the oil been cut off he told i ime farmers had their first chance a group of civilian defense worki many years for fair returns ers at the white house laic Thurs day they probably would have pone down to the Dutch East In dies a year ago and you would have had war Widely considered to be among he most significant aspects ot the presidents statement was that it was put in the past tense From this was drawn the Kcnerally accepted inference that since the Japanese have acted in IndoChina he might he ready o impose an oil em bargo along with other strong economic measures The seriousness with which the United States views the Japanese step was made known officially Thursday in a statement by Sum ner Welles acting secretary of state who branded the action as one of aggression under threat of armed force and said it was taken to obtain bases for further Minneapolis Reporter to Enlist in R C A F WINNIPEG Man Brecnan Minneapolis Times re porter arrived here Friday to join the Royal Canadian air force Breenan who arrived by pas senger plane from Minneapolis was believed to be the first man i from the Twin Cities to join the R C A F I German high command asserted 3 RAF planes were destroyed Thursday Premier Mussolinis high com mand said Italian planes sank three more ships totaling 37000 tons in a British convoy in the Mediterranean Thursday after sinking five ships the day before In Ihe far east crisis Die au thoritative Japan Times and Ad vertiser orpan of the Tokio for eign office set the pace for sliaip press attacks on the Unit ed States The newspaper declared that encirclement of IndoChina hy AngloAmerican and Chungking interests had taken Die form of aerial naval and military bases extending from India and Burma around to Malaya and the Philip pines SAN dell warned Americans not to let tlicir distaste for communism blind Ihem to the value ot Russias stand against Germany He said it is com the nazis and asmartbull thaUis ough toreador doesnt allow liimsclf to he diverted by a red flair Wilikie crusading for national unity addressed more than J20nu I persons who filled the civic nudi torium and stood in the streets at an American united rally Russia is now the dam that on one wide front is holding off lhat nari force which like a flood has been spreading over the world he said Once lhat dam is broken the waters will reach almost to our western shores Some of nnr isolationist friends are hysterically dis tressed because communism is presently by the xrace of Adolf Hitler kecjiins Itack the flood And they ask Why wclcnine this help from the communists when we like them no better than the nazis Willkie said Ihe answer is sim ple Naziism is a powerful menace to democracy and communism isnt Its communisms appeal is rapidly dying its propaganda is confused and futile he continued It is a dream that didnl come true Today Russia not communism is fighting Hitler all over tlie world forgetting their politi cal differences are rallying to the defense of Iheir native land We should be foolish In allow our dislike and distrust of coin jminisni to blind us lo Ihe value of Russias stand against our com mon enemy He urged doubled and re doubled aid lo Britain while Hit ler is exhausting himself on the treacherous mud of Russia HEAT WAVE IN IOWA CONTINUES ministration international policies and is on dangerous ground The president at a press con ference backed up tlie rhiiree of his Secretary of War Henry I Stimson that the Montana liear the1 line of subversive activities against the United States if not j and there treason Mr Roosevelt commenting on Wheelers activities said lie agreed with the headings appear ing above editorials on tile sena tor which appeared Friday morn ing in Ihe New York Times and the New York HeraldTribune They were entitled he said On Temperatures Near Century Mark No Relief in Sight Dangerous Ground and Mr Wheeler Goes Too Far That indorsement of the Mr Roosevelt said covers the jsituation implying that in the in dorscincnt he had stated his case He made no move to modify o temper Stimsons charges iMr Kflosevclt reentered the administration battle wilh Wheeler on his own initiative He brousrhl up the question and had noted down on a sheet of scrap paper the titles of the two editorials which condemned the activities of the senator DES MOINES tor rid weather continued unabated Friday temperatures again moved toward the century mark was no relief in sight As he hot spell which has been blamcil for at least two deaths went into its fourth the weather Imrcau ex plained thatu mass of cool air which miprlit have brought re lief had slid eastward along the northern part of the country and sidcstciMicd the broiling midwest i The mercury was scheduled tn titles lnnb well above over most of LEAVE AREA AS JAPS MOBILIZE Eden Says Defensive Measures Taken to Counter Jap Threat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Japans dream of conquest in the Pacific moved toward grim reality Kriday with the reported mobilization of 1000000 men while at sea her ships blanked out in silence and turned away from American snores In London Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden tuld parliament that ucrtarn defense measures in Malaya have already been enforced to counter the po tential threat of Ihe Japanese occupation of French Cliina The Iiouse of commons clieerpd when Kdcn said the British gov ernment had been in close touch wilh he United Slates govern ment on developments in the far ensu 3f Rritish dispalches from Singa pore said Fraiifes colony in the orient ignored a recent offer ot protection by Great Britain the United Slates China md the Dutch East Indies against further encroachments from the outside s Ill Rome the authoritative fas risl editor VirRinio Gayda rte j dared the IndoChina thrust i was the first episode in la County officers from the office 1 Pans march to the south and of tlicFiiribault was undertaken in tull agrec Blue Earth werea part ot the miTit With the other axis powertr posse and fowa authorities were Dispatches from Saigon French called in to join in the bunt They IndoChina said wlio killed his wife Kriday morn i UK was at bay still free Friday afternoon i Knjfleby Ji5 murdered hisj 40 year old wife with a volley from his shotgun at about 11 M Kriday morning Kari liatilt county officials statin to nne of tin cou ples 111 children tii hitch up the team and go ultor a doctor in Hake KmHcbv immediately fled into hiding in a cornfield near liis farm hnmc mites west of Frost and just across the Minnesota line advanced slowly because Engleby was reported to still lie aimed wilh the murder weapon No molivc ftir the slaying was known by officials FCC Orders Recess of 5 Days in Radio is scheduled tn T T T the Hearings the state Fn day afternoon and again Sattirj WASHINGTON fueli day j eral communications commission I Ihe scathing heat was suiiera i said Friday technical witnesses i 1 over eastern South Dalti will testify July 30 when ils j j hraskii Kansas Iowa northern i hearings lo determine whether to i Missouri and southern Minnesota promulgate a policy on newspaper i I but Iowa readings topped tne torn ownership of radio stations is I uclc pxpecled lo occupy newly peralure recordings resumed i won air and naval basesin sonth Bloomfield reporter IOR The fiveday recess was ur om French IndoChina on Sun grccs Thursday while it was 1IM rlcred late Thursday y FCC as Hanoi newspaper in DCS Moines Chairman lames L Fly after the it c n n c e s s i o ns gained by Japan include the right lo station warships in strategic Camranb bay on the southeast IndoChinese coast only 800 miles from Singapore Moreover Iliese reports said tlie lapanise may station war ships at the river port of Saigon and obtain several air bases in southern IndoChina Foreign intelligence reports Shansliai siiii the a pamse Kreat iwt since July 1937 when the war with thiiui htren in progress since Tilly 17 and ivts still Troop destinations were kept secret Inn advance contingents Temperatures averaged about 6 degrees above normal Friday and The presidents comment was j skes were clear A few scattered showers were reported during the last 24 hours Esthcrvillc had 05 another of his frontal attacks on Hie major senate opponents of his foreign and defense policies Pre vious exchanges between the president and Wheeler had been 1 the bitterest in recent history o white housecongressional rela tions of and more obvious movements conquest in adjacent As a result Welles said these other areas including the Philip pines now are endangered and the government and people of this country fully realize that such developments bear directly upon the vital problem of our national security At the capitol Senator Nor ris IndXebr declared that if the Japanese moved against the Dutch Indies It would con ititnte a serkms threat to this country and eventually miffht reach a point where the use of our navy would be justified Likewise Senator Pepper D Fla a member of the foreign re lations committee declared that the Japanese are threatening our vita interests in the Pacific and we should use any means neces sary to preserve those interests stern face continued We should toward the casl and we should keep a he not lake any monkey business from Japan While the Welles statement said the Japancsi move into IndoChina was taken with French agreement because of Japans threat to use force Senator Norris declared it fur nished reason for this country to break off diplomatic rela tions with the Vichy govern ment of France We must give up any idea that the Vichy government represents a sovereign state or that it is a government with which we can do business N7orris told report ers The reported Vichy decision lo hand over bases in IndoChina to the Japs couldnt have been done more to Hitlers liking if he had done it himself FIGHT IN CANAL ZONE IS QUELLED Weather Report IN MASON CITY FOSSII IS ROOK DBS MOINES C Troiv bridge Iowa Slate geologist said Thursday a humanlike form found near Moullon Iowa a week ago and at first believed to be a fossilized man was a natural rock formation commission heard testimony from IndoChina is on four technical witnesses on op eration and management of news j Singapore tde MASON and hot Friday afternoon Friday night and Saturday with temperai rnrcTnRAr i v m I lures between 95 and 300 Fri day and Saturday afternoons j Friday to quell a minute coni IOWA Partly cloudy and rontin fltct between r J Latin American workers and others imported from the British West Indies for special ucd warm Saturday Friday night and I defense projects in the GatunaVca i MINNESOTA Partly cloudy to of the Canal Zone An entire cloudy with not much change in labor camp of some 3000 men was temperature Several rioters were jailed three EXTENDED FORECAST were seriously injured and 20 Extended weather forecast fn others required first aid the period from p m July 25 Police said racial antagonism0 Pm CST July 30 was at the bottom of the trouble and denied suggestions that sub versive influences were at work The trouble began late Thurs day when some 200 men fought until police from Cristobal re1 stored order Fighting broke out again before dawn Friday morn ing with workers piling out of their bunk houses using knives nnd throwing bottles stones and sticks It took police an hour and a half to put the riot down AGO siderablc roer Upper Mississippi peratures averaging mostly above normal wilh little trend Recurrent showers and thunderstorms aver aging mostly heavy FORECAST GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Thursday 98 Minimum in Night 65 At a a m Friday flO At 2 o m Friday SO siderablc property damage done in the camp Maximum Minimum ot an inch Crcston 15 and Roclc J well Cily 17 Other liigh temperatures Thnrs day included Allerton 103 Algona 107 Amos i Atlantir 102 Audubon 1021 Bonne 101 Brill 102 Corning 102 Council Bluffs DCS Moines KM Eldora 102 ICslhcrville 1041 rorl Dodge lOfi Humboldt 104 Imlianola 105 Leon 104 Malvern 101 Mount Ayr 10 OHumwa 101 Pocalionlas 101 Rock Rapids IflO Slicnandoali 103 Sioux City 100 Sionx Rapid 103 Spencer 103 Storm Lake im I Toledo 100 Waterloo 102 Webster Cily lOl and Wintered 105 paperowned and other types ot i radio stations Ihe way lo Netherlands sources WARNING to dog hunters The official twoday season for hunting dogs in Alason City ends Saturday night July 26 when the stores close After doors are locked it will be unlawful for any person or persons to break into a store for the purpose of getting more dogs or for any other reason ECUADOR GALLS MEN TO COLORS Peruvian Bombings of Chacras Santa Rosa Are Reported QUIT O Kcuador lIi The Kcuadorcan government engaged in border conflict with Peru Fri day summoned for military serv ice men born in I3lfi to Ifllfl They are to report within five days Newspaper reported heavy Peruvian bombings of Chacras and Santa Rosa but no casualties A military communique Thurs day night said the Ecuadorean forces repulsed many attacks along the border Thursday despite I numerical superiority of the Peru vians declared Japan has informed Ger MONGOLIA Sovitijd ACTRESS OX PROBATION HOLLYWOOD UR Artenc j Sherman 23 actress daugnter oi I Film Director Harry Sherman i has been placed an eight years j probation for passing a bad S33 check on n clothing store As unconfirmed reports circulated through Shanghai that Russian and Japanese troops had clashed on the Man choukuoSiberian border in the general vicinity of Ghanj kufcng Japanese warships were reported to have ar rived off French IndoChina in the Camranh bay area Far eastern observers have pointed out a fapanese move into southern French ImloChina would place them in a strategic position with respect to the Burma road and the Dutch Fast Indies   

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