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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1941, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY THI IRKJHT VOL XLVII ssavsn FULL NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME y 1941 JGOIBJIAZLLOSSES STATE 2 U S Builds Force Nazis Ttenv NAZIS STATE 2 AMERICANS ARE STILLON RAIDER U S Makes Inquiry of Those Missing After Sinking of Zamzam WASHINGTON Ger man government informed the United States Saturday that two Americans whose fate has been a mystery since the sinking of the Egyptian steamer Zamzam were still aboard the nazi raider which sank her The Zamzam was sunk by the raider lamcsis 115 days ago and the United States government asked for information about the two Francis Vieovari of New York city coleader of a British American ambulance unit and Ned Laughinghouse Wilson N Car tobacco man Both were injured in the Zam jam incident and were not trans ferred to the German transport JJresden as were other Zamzam passengers Where the and the two now was not disclosed The United States earlier asked ucrmany for immediate and full The Tamesis has not been re Poitedcither by the Germans or Bntish naval patrol or mer iant it sailed awav nto the south Atlantic with the Donald S Kinif one of the ambulance drivers aboard the reported that Vieovari just before dawn when a shell from plowed a hole through the New Torkert cabin fragments of steel struck the 25 year old lance driver breaking his leg ajKle and elbow had been captured by me oennans once before Drivin Jin ambulance aiding the French c was caught m the nazi vncg of last year The exact extent of Laughin nouses injuries have not been dil closec officially The raider Tamesis transferred the other American passengers aboard the Zamzam to the Dres den which after 30 days at sea landed them at a port in occupied France where 119 were The Germans held 23 of the American ambulance drivers in occupied France pending an in vestigation of their status A few ftcr 8G das uvuy the rest were released on urgent representations by the United States Some German raiders have been known to spend long periods at sea being refueled by blockade running supply boats but offi cials here consider that the Ger man government should by now have information on Vieovari andi The British navy has made n report of any Brilish warship cap Hiring the Tamesis o any other German ship wit American wounded aboard Central China Daily News Building Afire From Incendiary Bomb MARTHA RAVES Nazis Deny Broadcasts on Wounded By THE ASSOCIATED PRFSS Three shortwave listening posts in New York each luncd in inde pendently on Berlin wavelengths card three different versions Sat day of how nazi wounded are rm1 I bnck flom the eastern A Iospitai plane Screen Comedienne Unhurt Auto Goes 1 50 Feet Down Canyon LOS ANGELES Martha aye screen comedienne plunged 150 feet down a canyon in her automobile Friday night but cscanpifl until oci nkle Neal Lang her husband said the actressexpected to return to work at her studio Monday Snd Miss Raye suddenly to avoid a parked car and nei own rnnchme went into Laurel canyon near Mulhollaiid drive Clear Lake Becomes Second State Capital as 100 Iowa Officials Wives Assemble r L Governor Wilson Says Clear Lake Is One of Best Lakes I know I get the finest kind of rest at CLKAR Clear Lake every weekend Record in Governors Day Attendance Seen for 1941 Festival i KIJ wiJUKOnu it s one of the best lakes I know of Those are the words Gov George A Wilson honored with Iowas official family at the Gov ernors cays celebration at Clear Lake tins weekend as he gave them in an interview over Saturday noon Iowas chief executive was asked by Hank Hook of the radio whether he hirf mucli time to en joy he cottage which his fam ily including Mrs Wilson and four children engage at Cleat Lake every summer 1 usually manage to be here rrom p m 7 Sunday he replied mv own car back and forth When asked to con firm he catch of a 10 aU fish in Clear Lake last weekend the governor Interrupted hat it was really oniy about 8 Pounds uut he hart brought u a nice strfng of again LAKEMore than their Speaking about the progress to ward construction of a new ate SHANGHAI huge in cendiary bomb Saturday set fire t the five story Central China Daily News builrting housing the officia organ of Wans ChingWeis Jap anese sponsored regime at Nan King The bombing coincided with the anniversary of he outbreak o righting between Chinese SK troops in the Shangha area in 1937 It occurred wiliie Shanghai jn Uiiding the Japanese occupied dis tncfs the French concession and the jntcrnational settlement were UHed with troops patroling to pre vent anniversary outbreaks All available fire fighting ap paratus was summoned to ficht Police and Japanese troops threw a cordon around a large area and authorities in other parts of ho against tions s n oer parts he city tightened precautions i antiJapanese manifest XEW CONSUL ARRIVES SYDNEY Australia olo new Japanese consul said nn his arrival Saturday that he would not have been sent if Japan believed war was imminent in the MARTHA KAYE takes plunge Junk Dealers Find Coins Dating Back to 1842 in Old Trunk Ind hn beer checks Franklin Keller his partner in e junk business was morecur pus He began scratching one of the metal pieces they had Found a trunk stored in a unkno y ad Ji unkuoxvn owner No it looks like money rf led to the federal building George B Loyt a secret service gent subjected the pieces to an cd lest and told the men they had found a cache of gold coin omc dating back to 1842 LoysaCd eC0mS facc total the genial suntanned declared that ments had been completed for pro cuimg most of he material and that work on the struct would probably start about of lie year He said that the national de ense program wouldnt in terfere with the procurement of material and labor The chief executive added that the new of fice buildng would saveJhc si more than in re money now going to owners of downtoivn Des M0in buildings and that siale busi ness could be conducted more ei der one roof e Keller and Winters left with eceipt hoping no one would ap oins owncrshiP the hama aboard the Kasima Maru Yoko liner Policeman Dies After Accident MINNEAPOLIS UR Harold 3 rrf n Gencral of n oPta Saturdav of injuries received Tuesday when chasing Ed a trutk chasing a speeder Tlic truc fnvcn by Steve Ladany m nde left urn into a driveway direc policeman Saturdav da trutk Tlic truck 2 More Chiefs Absent in Capital Churchiil F R Parley Rumored WASHINGTON nb seme of two morp high govern ment officials from the capital Saturday kept alive speculation that President Roosevelt may be conferring with Prime Minister Winston Churchill and LendLcasc Administrator Harry Hopkins dur hs 10day vacation cruise off the New England coast iersecretary of State Sumncr who worked closely with the chief executive on foreign pol SidTjmg the timc Secretary Cor aeil Hull was recuperating from illness was said by department i S ve Jt fOT a short rest But they declined to reveal where he had gone Maj Gen James H Burns HOD kins nght hand man on lendlease aid also was mysteriously absent His associates expressed surprise to find him out of the city There still was no information on the whereabouts of Admir1 Harold R Stark chief of aival Army Chitf of Staff rjcnGcorRe C Marshall and Gp1 II Arnold assistant chief of hundred state officials and wives had made advance reeva tions foi Clear Lakes third an Sin rt das celebration saun day making he resort a second slate capital for a day Advance indications tint fete xvould be three times as xrsr as either of pre lecessnrs For three ilavs all miTS have he iiRcl Hans waved jn Hie slrepls nd sunny skies abnve AVcll into if At noon Saturday 50 officials WKI already registered at he iele at tile Lake r rohnson and his wife fiom Lynn county were Lieul Gov and Hickenlooper of Cedar numbered AH officials are to be guests of inous lake shore cottage owners ho volunteered to act as hosts Hep Herman Knudson commend ed these volunteers and said that they would obfain valuable thC Salc ffidsls The council hand lieulnnant Governor Hick rnlooner Treasurer of state G C Baeley Secretary of Slate fcari Miller Auditor of Slule Chet B Akers and of Agriculture Mark C Thornburp NBC topped the listeners sav l heard one Berlin wave eiifftli report that one squadron of 15 hig transport planes by itself had moved German snWiers Iack from the central seclor frst 48 days r the from June 22 to f NBC Mid it heard this in two h Another broadcast heard by riraglced on llle period covered hm vc planes involved but it heard the fiEure for he number of German wounded flown back ap 2381 Globe Wireless heard thai too disagreed with CBS i the losses in German planei quoted the radio Ss sayine Ii of the original transports still were operating Globe Wireless heard that only 12 still are operating The authorized sources in Berlin informed that the 280000 MKure had been heard in New York called it cracked Thev said there had been n suui broadcast and disclosure whatever about hospital planes All three New York listeiiino on one fronl is the most nigh command has faced in io war I no campaign of the have such demands been upon the German 01 nation as during the laign in lie east CBS hoai Tlien ii said the radio cite sxample of one ISplane u these slatistics FATALITY ENDS CEMENT PLANT SAFETY RECORD Guy Bull 59 Buried Under Cavein of Cement at Northwestern States A record of 11H4 days without an accident at the Northwestern Portland Cement coinnv was broken Saturday morniniV when Guy Forrest Bull 5fore man of the loadins gang at he company was burled alive ncier approximately five feet or Cull cement while at work in a storage house This falal accMeiU occurrrci al about Saturday niornillff while Bull was working will is trying djK cement from the storage which hart Hie Ijollnms of bins The cement coolest at the plant was re quired ror a speeM PORTED Dies in Slide of Cement in Bins A pile of he bulk cement sud denly caved in smothering Bull I lie ten or 12 men in his leaped safely Grauville Hi southweT street nboll seven feet awaysaid mat i occurred sn nuicklr he couldnt recall exactly whaMvi war nde m V Bull who was working at S the CaVCin to get awav fellow workers labored for minutes before he wis anie from the bulk cement pile i he storage house Members of he salvage company of the His BODY OF DRAY FOUND IN CAR Leaves Noles to Wife and Coppers Explaining Suicide CIKAfi LAIvKThe body of Ron W Hay of Lai was found in an automobile on the new lOfi highway soutl east of Clear Lake near Slate park Mlday evening purchased garden hose ed ler from the exhaust to the ii or of the car and two notes ad to m but believed he v d rara the sf t miles war material Pd the lit ami nights pounds flown to frontline whole state exccntivr The authoritative aviation man ual Janes All the Worlds Ai says the Junkers52 is hrceengincd transport for troop wsienger or freight flyin able to wry from 14 to 17 passengers or stretcher stations They ran cruise at about 150 miles an hour British and Red Bombers Strike Nazis cmu a leaned nt nl Hie boilom s yclr of lrf freqillnlV f ressctl to fe coppers and wife Mrs B Rav Hollv wood Cal caused Coronor Rain t hmiley to pronounce death th lesuU of suicide The sheriffs office wa notifir I 1 Lcsdorf of La Crossr car ha stood about 21 reel from lhc investigation of tli BERLIN CLAIMS BIG ATTACK ON UKRAINE FRONT Moscow Says 10 German Divisions Suffered 30 Per Cent Losses By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mass slaughter of both emian and Russian armies wa al end of i with Adolf troops had been newly killed or wounded and HlflflO captured vhile the Russians indicited osses of some 50000 men were Six German tank divisions Tour infa Jbo 1MOOO menwere Tid IJ Russians tn have suf forrci losses avpragitlR ibout 3n Per rent in a recent actinn Y lank divisions iiiiiloei were described enmmnus while others ranged ron 20 to 10 per rent om 17 armies eah two gigantic new m defense n lhc u nd in tlic vicinitv of Rosla Ics southeast of sVno front guarding The Gernian fuehrers had field ers n a Speciai comJ declarer that neuly nppcd soviet forces had been lake the Pocdnnri Cement asvocialinn CClt of joining day record oyed at ti 15 years and prior lhe body of Day who was bor T y IM2a rt rclcin hls carlv cntrcd by friends al Clear Lnke ta fe lhn hat born iad mos City Hc re r company He was T G Judges Dean Pizen and i ne Jowa sxiiji tjnp lnt were present and Mk Parker stale superintendent of public Instruction Members of the a e conservation commission and stale commerce commissioners op to be on hand All offiials present mot for an ho re11 h uheon 3 e Lake crp planning n attend a ban jet at the hotel Saturday eve cn made for this banquet5 haVe Sclnvob riirector of he state conservation placed Conservation otevens in charge of boats which have available to the official commission Officer Jack all state The British concentrated on in dtistrial northwestern Germa v while the Russians sent four motored planes allthe way to Berlin according to reports lire ftews that soviet planes fol lowing heir initial attack of Thursday a x a i n had bombed military objective in the vicinity ol Berlin fir reached here in an ExchWc Telegraph dispatch from Mns slVltIC Brit stnjck again af iiKhl it dumped an number of he most s on armament and elsewhere s according Weather Report FORECAST was a bowler and rtcr er ie Nw nd Cement company married o Bessie norihwcst He Fthi They are Mrs Hplcn Klein Mrj Doris Schtoemer Mr Lois Hams Maurice Betlv Paul An Mildred Allan and Charlotte all of Mxsm City Russell of Fort Leonard of Sioux Falls SDak note addressed cnti ir01m lllom li5 wnv cntuely m oun doing and tlril was not the victim of other As far as known Riv InVt i the vieiniy only a fe CHV He drove n HI38 PfiLknrd anlo COTniDuniCicl 1 if finm ii T i un i 11 Airs Hiv who was notified Friday authorized immedia le buril Clear Lake Bwido his a divisions raptnrinc 103000 wounded d llP baltlerield r of Ko ra own Rn mics northwest itinrtirr of K ov n the dreary region of Pripel niarshes Besides the bloody losses ered by the nSSinlw i The ield Kiev eld headquarters averted the Pinsk sun r s 1 amiaircraft s and 12 trli ecncd to be mahead n Hacks toward Odessa key Black ca port but they deprecated the losnsoundmg claims the Ger Pigs Get 125 Barrels of Strawberries and 400 Gallons of Cream h Hanson of Mason City s lila Nunn or DCS and several of their hosts Throughout Saturday afternoon olfea y alrivals wcre golfing swimming or otherwise taking part in the special activi ties planned for them Climax for Governors days was be Sunday the wet bathing auty contest scheduled for Sunday afternoon Festival offi cials announced dial entries would be accepted all afternoon nnd evc for this event Generally fair Saturday and Sunday little tem perature change MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Sat urday night and scat tered showers north portion warmer Sunday west yoruon IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Friday 94 Minimum Friday night 62 At 8 a m Saturday 7fi Ram Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum Precipitation 11 ami iM Momcs tlrcn He was preceded a son Willis in r 1111 mminer son Bobbie in Funeral services will bp hold Monday afternoon at a the chapel of McAuley and Son fu WiMiam mGa5breSb OftJeC Methodist church Burial will family lot in Flmw until pnm Friday finding all Vinrcn 1 state at the funeral home the time of the services Walt Disney Will Go to South America to Make Picture Series HOLLYWOOD Di ney and 16 members of his slu do staff leave this weekend for two months in South America to produce a series of animated pic Latin Ameri can literature legend humor mu Although much lhe work will be done by Amcrccan talent Disney skid th for thf vaif Pima ly for the North American market Sf Report Nazi Press Chief in Concentration Camp for Giving Hints ANKARA Turkey malic sources said that Dr KarT Bomcr press chief of the propaganda ministry ha sent to a concentration charged with treason The correspondents when began he was DRIVFRS STRIKE and warehousemen at the VniioV Wholesale Grocers In str ck a lCn00n aflcr Ihc icliiscd o grant a 20 pcr ent S0 Ch3rlff rcpnris ts nf nf aii hecn In n swift followun movement and naxi 1orrcsprnrtents at ront predicted that soviet Mar Semeon M Rudycnnys arm f of the soiilbwest vvould lir Hontline dispatches imlinsr e stffcsl Russian resistance a aboiil midway bctwepn and the Black Sea port of ihat ctltirc vil hint of such a defeat conllncd in numiKjue The midday bul said bitter fighting inoushonl he night with he knv cctors unchanged Again the red armies were repDrted dOEJreilCo Karelian Isthmus north of uiKind on the Estonian below Leningrad near the Bollserkov sector iri miles south of Kiev nISleu1Hianf Saifi sir iti uniii communiuuDi as viriuaJiy de d had struck hcavily at sn Iroops and panzer forces the front and raided   

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