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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1942, Mason City, Iowa                             I i STORY ARCHIVES 1 C W 3 I ii 1 A NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT L MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLVIII FIVE CENTS A lfcoIvFUIX LEASED WIRES mUJNUAY JULY 27 1049 Is RUSSIA STATES ENEMY HALTED AT TSIMLYANSK Germans Assert Troops Stormed Into Bataisk South of Rostov Caucasus Penetration By CLYDE A FAUNS WORTH Associated Press War Editor Berlin announced Monday a Q e nR e aus of Rostov on the Don on j route into Russias Iields but farther up SAN FRANCISCO UR T t Cmdr Maurice N Arotf u S V Monty was chaiged by the fWIh receiving an automo from Tony Martin as and compensation and facilitating the enlist a ward f for dv clay aas ing in which a ter The Germans without detail that farther east ton Don mechanized detachments conlmued their southnard S there the Aroff was being trfea by a genera courtmartial in nectjon with an InvestfcaUon n conditions m the of the director aval procurement here The allegation concernin r ceptance of the automobile a sedan valued at S950from hatT that Aroff also accepted gifts from two naval reserve BRITISH RENEW EGYPTIANDRIVE IN NORTH AREA Prisoners Are Taken Heavy Bomber Force Blasts Axis at Tobruk said were rdnt1 h n Stallngrad on a tront having reached a Don area about SO miles from ucitu communique tan1 detachments and Mechanized troops are in violent battle with soviet tank and forces which are trying u h hily ground west of the Don river The location of jKalatsch sug The lull h the ground of the El Alamein front was broken bunday night when British forces launched a limited attack in the British said Monday Some prisoners were taken and on chief specialist reuarri afrt w r 3 N R a sedan auto about compensation and him the said for the enlistment of the 3 Sdlief that the m at n mgrad Kalatsch does not ap pear on nonGerman maps The Germans added that vio lent air assaults spanned the Don directed at Volga rive and ralu way communications wiHH CP the bP bend of on was overhung by smoke of battle through w the German panes Slates bombers their The British renewed their of tve taotos at a time when both sides are rushing prepara tions m expectation that bie scale action may break out at any moment heav ily last week when the British pushed forward in a number of actions to a series of stra tegic ridges that dot the sandy h ocaie ie sea and the Qattara depression Ot blasted the axs suppy port t Tobruk again Sunday night touchmg fires a direct hit on an enemy ship British headquarters announced Monday Allied Forces Skirmish in New Guinea By THE ASSOCIATED PUESS Advices from the insular bat tlefront of the southwest Pacific facing Australia pictured tint theater Monday ominously asm in an upsurge of air activity over the weekend and land action between the allies and the Japa nese in New Guinea A erisis jn India a s arp British warnine to Mohandas K Gandhi over his projected civil disobedience China the fogbound aerial sparring of the United States asranst the Japanese s l he Aleutian islands and the longstanding possibility of a Japanese move from Burma Inda or froin MaS Russia ihe Aus theater nowis reassum B a more critical aspect Jungle warriors Of the allies evidently patrols from the Port Moresby outpost on New GuineV south coast wormed their Vav most of the formidable Japanese on secret military move Homecoming After 20 T The disobedience plan of In Years Is Accidenta The attack was the second two nights following a heavy in pired Aroff a formej n Pion amateur boxer and Olympi Eames weiffhtlifter faced cour martial board of six h Sarh and marine officer on the receiving ship at Yerba Buena island if Aroff also was charged wJJ falsehood in con Wit ncer ficers of the llth naval district Los Angeles May 14 when h inserted that he had purchase the automobile from Martin Th navy aliegcs tne statcment the the of and orH eairaed ftat the strongl oriied town of Bataisk ha been captured by forces wlii engulfed Rostov last in Norwegian Village Is Reported Wiped Out m Gestapo Reprisal ai range bisecting to Baku ss through Ba r Casplan o 300 of stov and well as RoSov anks both the Rostov and Tsimljansk areas LONDON a the Witnesses declared Mo had wiped of Norwegian village nearR island of S near Bergen in reprisal for th At the same time the Konie gun government here snirl Sestapo had made scores rests in the Bergen area witnesses told their through the B0vom They said Josef TcrbOv nazi chief of the Nor j w tnuii uniiec American airmen reported a biE area of Tobriih Jit up by Olawnc gasoline after the Sat their mast successful on eration of he Africa cam aiEnough thick Jiycrs of cloud often prevented them from seeing the tarcet American airmen did not nar ttcipate m Sunday nights Tot Buna A small Japanese invminn aSuhad landed air Sidi Ba Port on the Egyptian side Itbyan frontier a communique Low clouds and dust were reported to have limited Aerial operations Sunday oatLie area where the Germms and Italians were said to be diel gmg n m anticipation of a rf l 1 the battle in nJch they were driven from ridee west E Alamen fast The British reported no osses in their attacks OS en upply porte but said That German plane had been shot own Sunday nisht nelr Altx Japanese recently 10 mil lord privy seal and ofl spokesman for prime Minister Churchill that the nations could not permit rence wlth thc We cannot allow the actions of visionary h o w e v e r distin shed in the fight for fre dom the past to thwart the united BEAUFORT N Car im A eno seaman hadnt seen folks on Ocracokc islantl j0 years and his homecoming Wa purely accidental His shin in le Atlanticand hs hfeboat chanced ashore on Ocn hed This clasli followed upon lerican Experts in Britain to Study WASHINGTON Iff Am cans may face civilian ecorTorny lhe 3bsolute o that now Don M Nelson of the war produc tion board indicated Monday Nelson announced Sundayni air force continued which made ration thus far night raid on stralias north None of th TOJOfEU DESTROY U S Declares Occupation Aleutians Has Positron BLOWS SELF TO BITS IN DESERT Weird Suicide of Cavern Hermit Provides Puzzle to Officers LOSS INDICATES STRIKING FORCE OF 600 PLANES Important German Port Is Fine Target for Bombs in Moonlight LONDON big port ol Hamburg Germanys second largest city and greatest sub marine building center was hit hard Sunnay night by the Royal Air Force in its heaviest assault or the roich since the 1000planc bombing OC Bemen K y In addition in high explosive lhc RAF dropncd more thai IBOOO inccnillary bombs and Air thief Marshal Sir Arilur T Harris chief f the bnmbcr commaml called raid one of the outstaniliiiBly successful attacks of lc wa Cws scrvi RIVERSIDE an audience of 20000 Monday that Japan at is said Japanese ne for lilal continue to hold thCP While Japan was enemcs on and 4S aSd ho T e5CDful and have great thtorch to ic waterline area Man Thought Youngesf Granddad Enlist in Navy JOG Higgins 42 vear Id barber for several years an ordinary grandfather e achieved distinction Monday hen he left Mason City for Des inductedyinto The Moore recruit vented them from in the younSest n the state ot Iowa to enlist the navy n World war II Higgins will enter the navy class and wi tinue his tonsorial work in senice He will be sent from savings bonds and in Heart of Mason City 11 m Cal jpt Thc i7 year old Frank hermit who blew Iwiia with a 200 pound dynamite blast on the San Ba ardmo desert rather than submit to arrest puzzled officers who were still seeking a motive Mon Undershevifc Steve Lynch said trv r wns being questioned las Frnay bout the disn ovei a six months period of P osves and in severa him from his underfirount alveKritzor thereupon noeted two wires to which set off thc dynamite S The blast killed Kritzer and i jured Fred Pratt Harold Simiis F started a that burned for hours h revealed a hidden cache of fire anr and 170 pounds of dynamite Friends said Kritzer was m escapist from tlc tension of mod era urban life loved the dSeit and had several inlimn cs in 11 Hollywood movie set who flew to dewrt retreat ic his solitude They said they wore unaware he had so much dynamite and could not under stand wliy he was storinK aznmt mtion m argc quantities in farmer southwest of Mason VKt M Homer L to the leg of one porker fhfchhSgiawlreattached Second street and South had from park to Thfrd H stopped to rest the wire on the IM of cornered and thrown and voca lowan Is Held in Shooting at Omaha OMAHA 16 Omaha died of n WUlilltl an Omaha hospital Sunday portly after Alfred of Hamburc Iowa had been turned over to Iowa authorities in con neLtion with the fatal shootin Spit cr was found outside lhc PHal Hirtay morning with n bullet vound n the nook Police Ca Tom Ryar snfJ Goodwin had mUedc shooting Spitlci Weather Report FORECAST MASON CITY Not much chance in temperature Monday after noon and Monday night cooler Tuesday forenoon IOWA Occasional showers ex treme west late Monday after noon and scattered showers and thunacr showers west portion Monday mght ami Tuesday forenoon Cooler and cast Monday night MINNESOTA Not much change m temperature Monday after iioon through Tuesday forenoon bcntlcrcd snowcrs extreme west late Monday afternoon and and west centra Monday night and Tuesday forenoon IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night 8 a m Monday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Precipitation The figures for Sunday Maximum Saturday Minimum Saturday At 5 p m Sunday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum v Y 5 mimitcs of the r id T 113 firc thc Mid There were fires burninu around Aussen Laster lake ad many in the dock area Although he number of nnlf USCd Uas css IOOOpianc standard set i Ihc Koyal Canadian Air Force headquarters uolcd a member of one of four par tcpatinsr Canadian bomber stliaatlroiis as sayinresults better than the 7000 bomber job on Bremen The weather was perfect and Hamburg bathed in moonlight was a perfect target baek r r anci a Toronto flight lieutenant J D PatlKon Wellington back home Jbojl WO will one or its two engines knocked out nd ashlandcd without a casually Of br h disclosine the number attiek J the sixth on Hamburg this year ami Hie Blst since the announced turn raders Iailcd lo rc do1C ksscs ot riH i pel cent whiel the of simil reportcd as the cost of similar recent heavy raids IhK vould suggest a striking force of it least COO planes v The ccmmunitjue vcr ronK frcc attacked the city c Blolim an 1 shipyards alonc arc said 10 a capacity i build 25 at a hose war industries ivorki ay and nijHil include oil re fineries explosives works and a hie seaplane factory uis airly heavy civilian casualties in the raid on AKEAS BOMBED 151 GEUMAN HAIDERS Crerman raiders bombed re Oa y onc within so miles of London Two brief daylight aicils x iomdcd HI the capital and for vorl b HmC h worubcund residents of inland 57 B5 88 fi9 132 Rl SB 85 91 68 he0 wnn the black cross SWCCD ioui attack then dodge bLkmio UK ciouds with aircraft frr around them and Erilish lighte S loarmg m pursuit i The German bombers for thf most part operating singly chije Dunned street and loue and dropped bombs on western fngland the sauth ln Miu the cast coast and AnRlia Casualties their number not mounted with of person trapped in c u eckagc of homes or out by sweating cicue crcivs 110MB AIRDll0tIKS IXLOW COUNTRIES ihc Hamburc MI aUf k s and followed a scries of raids on Duisburg f Briiih u British planes bombed airdromes m the low countries and attacked naw shipping off the Frisian iT the air mniMly rcporcri hiinrtay niKhfs raid carried ln a cljmax a ucckeud of intense   

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