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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                             HOME EDITION MASON CITY THI BRIGHT t SPOT 4 THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLVII MASON CITY OWATFRIDAY THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTION NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME i o i wo SECTIONS iipiCLMJAINSJNUKRAINE LUNbtK UKAt1 2 Giie Party in Home for tn LONGER DRAFT BILL IS TAKEN BEFORE HOUSE Seek Vote by Monday on 18 Month Extension Approved by Senate Repre told the WASHINGTON Iff sentative Cox DGa house Friday it should approve indefinite extension of service for all men in uniform because war is inescapable The public has given over wnelmmg support to the president m what he has done and if this means war there is little rea son to complain the Georgia congressman told an attentive house as it opened seven houis of debate on its service extension bill Earlier Representative Fish had attacked the measure as part of a gigantic conspiracy lie said was designed to involve this counlry in wars all nver the globe Fish catalogued Secrelary o War Stimson who has asked fo an indelinite extension of the service of selectees reservists am Iowa Senators Split on Extending Draft WASHINGTON 4 Iowa senators split Thursday nigh when the senate approved tion extending for 18 months the service periods of selectees na tional guardsmen reservists and regular enlisted men The vote was 45 to 30 SenatorClyde L Herring voted m favor of the bill while Senator Senator Gillette votefl against the amendment which the senate wrote into the bill providing extra monthly pay lor men held beyond 21 months Senator Her ring was not recorded on the amendment By FRANKLIN BANKER PITTSBURGH young married couple who invited 2 500 persons to a pariy at their six room home Thursday night fo become betler acquainted and forget war talk called the af fair a great success The hosts Mr and Mrs Albert Curry Jr said We had a swell time and everybody thought it was a grand idea Wo think that if everyone would be more friendly with each t Home for 2500 to Forget War Talk a good time the world would be a better place for us all Among the many congratula tions ihe couple receiver was one from an enthusiastic woman who went so far as to say VYoull win the war The spirit of friendliness is what the coun try needs Curry a 26 year old bank clerk thought up the idea He invited all the residents of his voting dis talk of politics war ynd such stuff was banned Instead the guests ranging Irom little tots in bright summer out fits to beaming grandparents sipped soda pop ate ice cream out of paper cups sang popular songs chatted and were enter tained with accordion and piano selections Conscientious Objector Enters Army f They all didnt fit into Ihejiar lor at once of course bul there was room elsewhere about the front lawn driveway and back yard No one counted the guests There were probably several hun dred Twelve year old Natalie Scott while frolickingwith other girls said a dream In everyday life people f ff dont give enough parties lilc this Even Mis Currys professor at the University of Pittsburgh where she is studying lo be a doctor got the spirit Of the af fair in view of suth an important gathering he told her class your examination on nitrogen nrogen and phosphorus compound is postponed until Monday national guardsmen as our lead ing warmaker The senate has approved an IB month extension but administra tion leaders in the house still are holding out for the indeterminate term of duty Speaking deliberately Cox said he always had thought that war could not be avoided and noted that some persons maintained that the selective service act British aid program establishment of off shore naval bases and occupa tion of Iceland were actual acts of war Each of these moves he con tinued brought ihe United Slates closer and closer lo Let us present a united fronl Cox said Let us say to the world that we are Americans and that we mean business Fish aid that he disagreed wish the argument that if selectees were released at the end of the present statutory year of training the army would be disorganized and asked if replacement coul not be made in peacetime hou hey could be obtained under wa conditions when casualties maj amount to 30 per cent or more Fish argued that new army of ficers were being trained in threi months and soldiers should b trained in less time The four Roosevelt boys in de fiance of the democratic princi ples of the draft became officers without training but they are ex ceptions lo the rule of no favorit ism and no politics in the army Fish said The senate approved the 18 month extension by a 45to30 tally late Thursday providing a month more pay for service beyoiW one year and house lead ers promptly ordered an unusual forenoon session Frilay at II a m E S with the determina tion to get a vote by Monday at the latest just too hard the camP and that work there was Magistrate Allows Woman to Pronounce Sentence on Husband BALTIMORE Meyer Reamer of the southern po ice court allowed Mrs Rut Vhite to pronounce sentenc Thursday on her husband Nor man accused of assaulting her is hite chosc life imprison merit After further deliberation he reduced the sentence to thre months Magistrate Reamer took contro gain reduced the sentence to 3 ays in city jail Manifesting no misgivings as to how the house would ro Chairman May DKy of tne military committee predicted that the chamber would disre gard the senaies 18month time limitation Im getting sick and tired of this question of whether we are going to defend our country for six more months or 12 more months or 18 more months May told reporters I believe in na tional defense witllout any lime limit FIRF DESTROYS TAVERN INTERNATfCWAL F A L L S Minn of unknown or igin early Friday destioved the Avalon lavern Louis Teppei iav ihe loss Weather Report FORECAST MASON CITY Partly cloud Friday night and Saturday will highest afternoon temperature between 90 and 95 followed bv scattered thundershowers Sat urday afternoon IOWA Partly cloudy Friday nigh and Saturday scattered thun dershowers Saturday afternoon and west and extreme south Friday afternoon and early Fri day nighl no decided change in temperature MINNESOTA Fairto partk cloudy scattered thundershow Cfg extreme southeast early Friday nighl Saturday partly cloudy scattered showers m thunderstorms east and north becoming cooler extreme north late Saturday afternoon INMASON CITY ilobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Thursday BR Min Thursday night fifi At 8 a m Friday 75 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 57 EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecast for the period August 8 Upper Mississippi ValleyThe emperature will average above normal most sections becoming cooler Iowa northern Illinois and northern Indiana about Monday no decided changes elsewhere Rainfall will average moderate owa southern Wisconsin Illinois nd Indiana light elsewhere oc urrmg mostly as thuncurshow rs beginning Iowa firjt day preading over remainder districl Tuesday i Brewers Sued for for Defacing Ionia Church Former Bus Queen Husband Defendants in Damage Actions CHARLES suit were filed in district court her Thursday afternoon against Hele Schullz Brewer former Bu Queen of North Iowa and he husband Donald Brewer Each suit was for SIOOOO damagr and all were in connection will Mrs Brewers alleged destruction of church property in Ionia 01 May S Sometime during lhe nijrhl before May 5 Mrs Brewer lefedly entered St Boniface church at Ionia and with a hammer or other blunt instru ment destroyed candlesticks and images on the altar of the church he petitions stated The first of the suits is St Boniface church a corporation Mrs Brewer and Donald Brewer According to he peti ifn the plaintiff is an eleemosy nary corporation created to se nire the public worship of God nJ fondants on or about May JS41 did maliciously injure de ace and destroy fixtures of the hurch of the above corporation vim hammer or similar object destroying images candlesticks nd other property on Ihe altar in he sanctuary and sacristy of he hurch The value of the prop rty is set at S333333 in the peti lon and because of deliberate malicious and indecent cts of the defendant the plaintiff s entitled to SIOOOD damage and nterest from May 5 Thesecond suit has C B Gocl inger priest of the parish as the lamtiff and it is filed againsl ielcn and Donald Brewer The ctition slates that he as pastor an eleemosynary corporation ad direct charge care and con rol of the church building and her property at Ionia The pe on states that the defendants ave caused him mortification and humiliation mn resulting pain and suffering herefrom and asks dam ge also The Ihirdtsuit lists Philip Goet nger brother of the priest as airJiff and is against Helen and onald Brewer It slates that the plaintiff is a member of an clee corporation created to secure public worship of God H further states that the plain iff is an artisan and over a pe riod of years has built many fix tures for the church including the images and candlesticks which were destroyed The petition says that the plaintiff received no rec ompense but did the work solely and only in the belief he was aid ing and assisting a religious or ganization AcconHiiE to thfs the acts nf destruction were delrbcrate wilful malicinuiv made with the inlenlion of us he Plaintiff mental anxieiv llmT5 abor and al o interfere with his be lief in religion thereby creating ben rtfr f1rin8r which il been diffcult for the plaintiff 3nd that he jStrike Halts Shipyards at Kearney N J By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ralph A Bard acting secretary of the navy said Friday that un less labor and management settle their dispute at Kearny N J shipyards steps must be taken which will in one way or another get production resumed there A CIO strike at the Federal JAPANESE NAVY EXPERT SIAM IN OUR SPHERE Says Getting Indies Oil Cinch If We Move in German Fashion of nnvai and chant shipbuilding Bard said in a statement The strike at Kearny is most regrettable Already the launch in of a light cruiser which was to have taken place Saturday has been delayed for two weeks and the strike is tausinir a loss daily of over 200000 man hours of work on vitally needed com batant ships for the navy H is not the function of th navy to settle labor disputes bu it is its job to see that the produc tion of combatant ships absolute Iy necessary for the navy and it defense program shall not be in terfered with is hoped this strike can b settled at oncer but itmanage ment and labor cannot arrive a a settlement steps must be take which will in one way or aiiolhe xit this huge shipbuilding plan Jackinto production at the earli possible moment A defense board official in dicated Thursday the strike miKht he referred directly to President Roosevelt In another strike development several hundred AFL workers valked out on wortl v work ai Curliss Mlght corporation porpellcr di ision at Cnldwcll N 1 uxy r Brewer was given n u county jail lnst Mav pleaded guilty tc ah as had sleepless nighls rihL Petfion asks SIOOOO damage with interest from May when she of e church The sent suspended subject to her hem if and on he make restitution to the church aS PTed to llcV TI coIcrcndanl in the suits Thursday A farmer he lives outhwest of Nashua Iowa County Attorney John R Cro nm describinjr her as Iowas onelime bus queen said the property destroyed the nijrht of May mclndcd a number ot statues which were irreplac able He said the Hamaye ap parently resulted from a dis with Father Goet Mrs Brewer some 18 years wned the Red Ball TransportS on company of Mason City one r fowas pioneer bus lines She ormcd the lowi Molor Vehicle ssociation of 50 or 60 bus and koperators and clajhcd wilh e stale railway commission for llcgedly culling bus Tares Its Love NEW YORK fXPiElise Corlcz year old beautician admittcr1 court Friday it was her faul he got hit with a hammer Magistrate Charles Solomon re used however to let her with raw felonious assault charges gainst Charles Henry 33 clothi ng salesman until she explained vhat had happened We had been drinking in Mi Henrys ipni tment Miss Cortc said reluctantly and 1 got sore at him 1 chased him downstairs with a small hrmimcr antl he took it sway from me He hit me with he didnt mean it Are yon two sweethearts asked the magistrale Yes we are thinking of tmfi married Love said Magistrate Solo mon as the pair walked oul arm marm is certainly strange Standard Oil Tankers Cargo Is Confiscated SHANGHAI fllPJThc oi car go of he Standard oil tanker Mei yo has been confiscated and uincd over to customs authori ties at Shanghai a Japanese naval spokesman said Fridiiy The Mei JO was seized by the Japanese sev eral days ago and held for inves tigation Friday a naval spokes man said its oil cargo had been confiscated because it was dcs Yangtze river port lerri suerilla at Shinkong which is ory in which Chinese Forces are active The far east crisis boiler along I nday m a torrent of charges and cotmtorchaigeri Australias Prime Minister Rob ert G Menzies declared his coun try stands with bated breath in n most vital hour of her history while lhe Japanese bitterly ac cused the United States Great Britain China and the Dulch fcasl Indies of clamping a mili taryeconomic ring around the empire Japans authoritative naval expert LieutCommandcr Tola Ishimaru said Manchukuo China IndoChina and Thailand had already joined Japans coprosperity sphere and he Getting lhe Indies oif and Malay rubber is a bit rtiffinit but it should be a cinch if ne lackle lhe problem nfler the Ocrman fashic pro Prime Minister chinned solemnly that the war has taken an ominous turn for Australia in the past weeks de velopments hut we are immeas urably better equipped for de fense now than in 193 Australia he added has never yet run nway from the foe A Ueuteis British news agency dispatch quoted the Singapore ministry of information as hat American fighter planes now icing delivered to British bases m Burma would prove one of the inswers to Japans new stralonic nove in IndoChinn Jfc The ministry said the II S built planes were ready to chop to bts any Japanese bombers attempting to attack Chinas Burma road from newlyac quired bases in IndoChina Domei the official Japanese lews agency asserted that British government had secretlv ippioachcd Thailand for vise of nilitary bases there Sirmiltane usly Ihe official Thai radio said n 1 broadcast from Bangkok Thailand is extremely gratefu o those offering her protection but begs to decline same will hanks Tokio newspapers charged that Britain had massed 150000 troops n Burma on the Thailand fron ier and Koh tshii Japanese abmet spokesman complained igrily Why is it necessary for the British to make such prepari lons Whether encircling or not ncy are making military prepara Berlin Tells of Air Raid RAF Denies It LONDON UR Speculation arose Friday that the fiova force may have dropped delayed action bombs upon Berlin Satur day night which Have rise to Fri days nazi report action over the Thursday night of enemy iir reicli capital iiifrn British sources said that R M planes made a heavy attack on Germany Thursday night but in sisted that no British planes were over Berlin during the air offen sive t The German reports specified enemy planes as having carried out the attack When no mention of air action over Berlin was made by the Russian communique it was t tin gosled here the RAK mav have dropped delayed action plosives in its most recent attack on Berlin last Salurdav U wos suggested that thesi delayed bombs mny have explod cd during the nijhl giving Got nwns the impression that ihe cit again was being bombed The Brilish air stllack on Ger man industrial towns ws said It have been in force with a are weight cr the heaviest bombs being dropped GERMANS ISSLF COMMUNIQUE ON BERLIN URt Raiding wn planes reached Berlin durins th night it was announced Friday communique said lhe enemy Thursday night will ivcak forces flew into west Ger many and a few planes surceeded in reaching Berlin A few ex plosive bombs caused damage am lle civilian population suffered a few casualties Foreign correspondents in Ber lin are permitted to report ai raids only aftelthey lllve beci announced and their reports mus conform to the official version ine airline distance betwcci trij hampion Hot Dog later Is Slipping SPRINGFIELD Mr v Trigger is the champion hot og ealer of the North Side Boys ub again but hes slipping The 12yearold lad ate only 18 ogs at this years picnic year it was 21 Waterloo Girl 22 Holds Up Man Who Trailed Her Home ail here Friday Police Chief R irumnne announced Credit for his capture Crumrine aid went to Miss Dorothea Gal agher hotel office employe who halted Webbs climb up the slair vay with an unloaded 16gaugc notgun marched him downstairs nd had ethers in Ihe family police The chief said Webb admitted serving 22 months at Boise Idaho prison after i conviction for rape m October 1339 His home was at Cincinnati Ohio he said Gallaghers mother and brother Kdwarri IS helped in the capture The fallier was out of the city a salesman istrnfcd their ability a long distance flying hc by flying over Ihe north pole to the United Slates Britain bombed Berlin for the time List Sunday Two hun dred Royal Ajr Force dropped tons of bombs and re Ported that they left wide areas or it in flames 2 Czech Comedians Who Drew Nazi Ire Arrive in Hollywood the European comcdv team whose brand of humor at the free CzechoSlovafcian I h e n e r in Prague drew protests from the termin government before Ihe Munich agreement arrived Fri day to fulfill motion picture com mitment The comedians whose names Voskovec and Werich were so uillicult to pronounce Dial they took V and as their names were leading nrtoix Tn Pragues most successful pinv jiouse Largely because of their innuendoes the nazis demanded closing of the theater as one of the Munich stipulations THRUST AIMED AT CUTTING OFF PORTOFODESSA Timoshenko Voices New Note of Red Confidence in Appeal to People By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Adolf Hitlers high command reported Friday that German troops knifing deep into the lower Ukraine had annihilated a red army force trapped southwest of Uman 125 mites south of Kiev capturing more than 10000 pris oners and the supreme com mander of the Russian sixth army Karlier unofficial iiayi re said Kiev itself the Ukraine capital had been sur rounded But the high comaml report indicated the main Ger man was directed at ut line off the Black sea port of Odessa some HO miles hclow Umaii While the Germans pictured ihoir armies as pluiiRins headlong iigiiiiist wobbling soviet defenses Kussuis Marshal Semcon Timosh enko voiced a new note of con fidence m this appeal to peoples m Germanoccupied territories Join your comrades and tight starve shoot and blow up the Germans and help be red army rout Hitlers doKs Spill blood fnr the blood dead fnr death for hour of victory is near1 Dispatches from Istanbul quoted wellinformed sources there as saying thai Britain was prepared to send several divi sions of Indian troops through Afghanistan to bolster flcfensevin the oilrich Caucasus These sources reported thai Afghanistan would formally pro tost the passage of British 1oops mio the US S R but ultimate ly ivoiilr yield in the north the nai rom mand said Germrn columns Leningrad hnd cap tin cd tin miles soulh Ifi niSl capital anri ff true this would indicate iat the Russiinheld capital of Lsloiua Tallinn i cut off by I It would mean loo that the Russian Baltic fleet was in f Col11n Prcss Hitlcrs field headquarters that German and Finnish oops driving on Leningrad from he north m gianl squccze ma icuver were milking further suc cessful progress London military quarters said here were indkifmns lhal tjie icrmans wore advancing tussia n a move to encircle the key port of Odessa on the BJiclc ca and lhat Ihe main Octessi line hnd been cm The snvict hish coinmuix ir finally lahclliiiK flillprs claims success as Arabian Fiirv Talcs declared Hint the 18day 1 J1nnish lllve f1 Karelian isthmus the thrust had filled Rut ficrcp riehliiie wa reported continuing on Urn Ksionmn fwnt round I ik n Sn0lcnsh 2 Rcl T   

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