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Manitowoc Herald-Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1940, Manitowoc, Wisconsin - L 1 L i it 1 m- - f 4 f A f 1 * i * m V. T ft I C rvL o 0 v 0 - - 1 h t t r - H % - - w THE WEATHER + - - - + ft rr - 4 ton I q continued 1 14 14 J 'A h n. * I X -J * - i - - 4 r T on Two Fronts To P t Finn Defenses Spoil In - 4 Scuttled Since States Are Colder Today War Than The North forco In oh from whort Invading rallied retreating from midway was by Finns today aa pointing to resumption of the general r r h x Tories W two fronts failed in attempts to smash through and are In Military authorities reported Red army divisions had been stopped at and on the front northeast of In drives to relieve large Russian forcea virtually Isolated In large Russian force seemed to be In difficulty n an enemy attack This indicated an counterattack on the Bella front about 50 miles to some days ago after abandoning a drive intended to cut through narrow army force of 40,000 men lad been forced to wage Unofficial accounts said about 0,-000 were In peril of starvation and that Russian warp attempting Newspaper Allgemeine Zeitung said today that the crews of 17 of 18 German merchant ships halted by British warships since the war began had succeeded iri scuttling their ships and the eighteenth was Lade so British had * Id sink The newspaper praised German seamen for- of duty to the in not permitting ships to fall into British cold waves sent temperatures of the traditionally sunny south below those of much of the northern ed States End Cu Communist Flag Lowered Over Lewis | Suggests Labor R colder in Birmingham than f ians In solder In Atlanta in Atlantic colder In Nashville than New York - Birmingham had a reading of five below Boston 16; Atlanta's was to 10 In residents la 13-below weather while New York had 14 relief was in sight for the cotton i belt before ' - j Unused To Cold From the icy channel of tho Mississippi to Hi a people unused to severe J cold were 4 u L + j * h - + L- - War Record To Be At Suke In General Elections leaders 8etjup.campaign machinery today for the most hectic electioneering battle years as a He dominion government's call for a * The average January fure in Atlanta year has been 32 a pa Inst the previous low average of ZAA reached In 0*1 * W FT I V Calling for an end of New Deal to prevent deflation and realisation of the heed for resulting from 20.yeaxa nf Artificial to keep up Phil 8. editor of the Journal of told the Manitowoc Chamber of Commerce last night Will have a broad and sound business that day is to I am not capable of Mr. Samia it will come we can put an end to Mr. delivered the Commerce's dinner ing at the Elk's Club last night iat elected office - T 1895. Peninsular tourist had much lower temperatures last night than heavy frost gloves and - catching many growers PHIL general Tote to put try record could not up to the In a which surprised many pari ment was dissolved late ascertain at once whether the prod nets suffered serious Jacksonville's low reading was 24: Miami's 37. ware re- in wava after wave of Russians were to have charged across the fro ten lakes ofi the bf the line in a costly effort to marooned at pictured the Red army mendous 81n�e-tbe war they the Russians have sent men and machines the Finns in re- 4 n of the of featuring reports on committee activities of the past was presented to persons attending last The report was bound In a heavy A review of L tee activities found In report is printed In on 3. Their if were no soldiers one foreign military expert here places Into which the Russian mechanised divisions are this time of year would call for genius on the calling for an early and unquestioned mandate from the The earliest possible election is March 26. election laws require an period between dissolution and election Puta lUTo Prime Minister W. L. MacKentie assaults I FBj ' t h * J r T t i commanders to get their men home again unfrozen and it takea e whole of icy attacks on Page 9, Col. 3) forecasters said there was a warmer in the far with was the coldest snot on the weather | New shivering freezing temperatures found St. andI San consolation in the notified the that good for jral ter found by tourists in inventions of the major the now frosty A ' Top C. turned In a local may enter the competition Aiso present was Dl T if area manager of the S. IO who asked o and conventions of the two lie Was prepared to allow the people of this country to say whom they want to administer the 7- In view of below xero last j Canada's war prog j City and in Lhe current business 200 Attend Dinner Thomas retiring president of the Com opened the meeting and then turned Jt over to 12..XL officers who took over their duties last night Alois 3r, Brevard i p robe IS opponents who are to that la put forward by this were blamed by for the necessity of Apparently he referred to Ontario * Premier Mitchell on alleged In the dominion prosecution of the told his provincial a week sro that Canadian troops were he pushed through a censuring j the made in tbe war | The registered 14 degrees Merest the capital with T Clarence Talk of convention K. and Thomas ion Mt. highest peak east of the had to be con- j 1^ a speech in Co | predicting an he tant with a paltry 8 Those are mountain towns but for should Salisbury and Sf in I the heart of had zero * with many other of reporting only told ' yesterday that he i were hanl put union man EmU Alex three year E. Ar f director of 4� -ir - 8* Burton K. Wheeler today that the government gether leaders of to work out tion to tho nation's social nomic - ' in an address prepared for Workers ot eeler be found for the unemployed and the the farmer must be this can He did not mention his presidential candidacy in the pared but at one point ferred to himself as candidate for re-election to the United States senate in 19i0/�. Need Cooperation ona solution Is at the present is any one group or in a prj to be readily accepted by all the senator must sume the end the national leaders of lnd u Jm agriculture shoUld be called together to and recommend a which we may achieve industrial racy and economic and social L unsolved and comparatively as America's cannot he any prosperity or industrial peace when are unemployed and he in this country a ha been to the discoveries the w elf are We managed our omy so either produces too too the j I district census introduced The United Mine Workers convention at Columbus was to confusion when a red sickle was } Old timers trump Mr. Also present at tho table were bcr of William Stale Chamber of. Commerce and M. j lowered from tbe stage rafters over the of John the CIO chieftain demanded a L. Lewis police f ' Hospital Head Facet Charf e of 100 Driven - From House By fire Hunt Nazi than a political v Harvey J. of the mad the report of the Chamber Over two hundred Chamber ot Prowlers Being Morally Unfit j If ho Js be of use to 4 Secretary replying to j assertion that cratic party had let labor said at a press conference that tho - kept faith with and that is no drawing bark from auy that I know Wheeler Chief in Commerce embers and their r I - Dr. J. 66-year-old superintendent of for the was pictured today | done to tho his carrying out their duties as I collapsed from smoke while t night drove 100 tenants from aj larae apartment house and sent j two to for About avas occupied - i Believed In The Foreign Nation Can't ity of Trinidad Enlist Men In U.S. Roosevelt said today that no loi i boat attack against French and flv shipping In the West Indies Five young All formerly a ladder from the third j area of neutrality j elan nation legally could maintain on his declared Dr. Johnson had made Improper They testified a heuring conducted by tho Hoard of Com mi on charge by | in the of j Trinidad of a tourist j resort in the British West after having run the fell a truck and in reliable an enlistment lit this tnn tured three Lt. Arthur try and i. BOft the 40, head of the rescue r j ing in a foreign armed service half has huv to was overcome by j dered by a would Tone his unless and guesta uer the largest in the history of the While there is an Uls of the economic there are few can tell what to | do about It in a way that will ' papular aa he opened his trouble U that we had 1 a long of he were placed ou the receiving with j ing the pay in 1911. When hair ] her fighting But Charges to Be Is time to wisdom and the American our economic life j of restriction r of In the place of artificial prices we hare constant lowering of the cost of 1W-1 In the place of recurrent j downs and unemployment wa hare leveT production linl in the place of id unemployed we hive a busy s bodied population while our i are educated and pur seed retired C - Burton K. long considered a friend of came here today to address tho United Mino Senator 1 io re Workers of ed on the Asia not be -Is Wheeler the man John attention from He said he would send an American hoy the water to fight on foreign aw SS * * - 1 T r t Lewis wants in the White if President Report on Highway Be Submitted Soo the to M1 ti tat elation that Johnson was morally unfit for tho posit inm witnesses were called Denies The doctor denied the issued a statement were I Acts As Own Lawyer To Help Select i NEW YORK Jerry ScotL of he j and form tho victim of n conspiracy to oust er New York manager of the Foundation Inc. acted as his Miss an attractive own attorney yesterday to help se tola board jury to try him on a charge her to get her jab and that he had of conspiring to violate the fop and art of 3cott was a I of M of Wisconsin 4 Ih ar j ma - mi j. k. w mm mr m r t t 4 m. rx m 9 rf 1 A - mi m i - - v mr for three signed annoyed by Expires Between U.S. and Janan lender the plan outlined by these observers the submarines would kn blow against would be expatriated if they grafn of and other foods and fuel oil to nations ami swore to the Oil Ports T vu A huge Standard Oil Ik located near Trinidad on the talaud of A rub orf Lha | ports tourist j spots are Effective U boat warfare in this also Is near the sea lanes leading to the Panama Canal - would deal a to i the It was said warships have been making drastic efforts to the undersea au of that An informal opinion from the attorney dated Sept 5, mado It clear that solicits lion of enlistments In this country was banned and that Americans j 7hin*7To Europe at own but he refused to disclose the j \ie Roosevelt once more turned aside inquiries Including a request for comment on John L. of if he were a 1940 Mr. Roosevelt asked reporters to give one good reason why he should answer an inquiry of that t energies mast he j to ways to aire the v j workers power that will keep our factories i running - - not cent j at 100 per cent all the j F.D. 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Boys Ss Ait mm m rer Roosevelt isn't to hat in a mood he bought the nomination Wheeler told a i Lincoln Day banquet In i S * * Through a Order Certain Parts df Fifi W director of the state division of said today he j when the fighting stops and charges and make fighters go to we nerd a j is what } in a report to Hell on between Europe aud tho I investigation of the Stato Highway i United I 1914 and 1921. announced his report speaker America sold be submitted sometime next I but be refused to disclose the it. 1 j Face The Music T He he he sent word that he 1921 came and Europe j declined to discuss the changes he should say If he does not want the dinner would be a success an went back to work didn't face 1 would 'n he should sav * I the i thc Mr. Hanna ' a ring Irks Lewis make the subject first brain trust came - - he appear him toll then and let the prices i public hearings on Highway ance more for from going haywire on go Tugwell wasn't the first j ment practices about atill I to aU la .i by just did j What the The included wImk a Cam i M 1 trust ut 1321 did was to Induce J cost of cement used on road con- on the stage CHALMERS WDOW AVu I said at The words of 84. widow of Will 1st U embassy Mint eleven billion dollars In would that vale loans abroad iu order to I state take actum to colled our goods at high Anybody I from claimed pay American Kdith CarM was the nor of Santiago province today j certain portions i on 9, Col. 4) i to continue of the Japanese com- j treaty at midnight opens tho way for congress to embargo shipments of materials or take other action to hinder Tokyo's undeclared war on any steps actually will be apparently on Tho treaty's without places commer re countries on a day-to-day although customs duties remain abrogation of the 29 year old pact was believed in many to have been 1 hoit tor riit on for her tary r MilN the Ui ift j present Pioneer Breeder of Officials here it wilt be up to Japan to lake steps to bring about a new They believe world events have given tho United States the most strategic moment in to settle outstanding with the land of the rising sun. These events after two aud a half has left Japan in occupation ot an Im j portent section of China but also hai her h tilth tho man Japanese n 3._Th�* European which I I red J n pa n ma rk r I n in 1!u and made hrr more dent nn the i. 3i hi hat 4 Jersey Cattle Dies j I jtn conformity with Chile's tty gave motion hours to cut tbe is based ou the story of the nut mo executed by the Germans in Belgium In tho World War PI ans to ments for cement in some cases were 25 to 65 barrel higher than prices paid by highway In a number of Wisconsin rounds nod neighboring of the miners anil J. chairman of c of Industrial were tho Company of closely hint that i died She he would support for the the surviving daughter of AV Ian chief ot The Mont a nan was aa Secret Service during tha 7} * C. 1,'iiivorsity of Wisconsin ami a pioneer breeder Jeisey cattle died 1 111 he held to mo t to w m I. d v was credited with being the first to bring Jersey cattle In to He gamed national Keep Post Good Attendance At - - - ' * + The Weather JANUARY 7 4.57. Moon rises at 7 m- Manitowoc Unsettled * Parley Is Expected Dies WiU Not Step Out As Chair mn of KA V of- * publican I j said today that 2 2s7 delegate i Dies j would be for Inferred he hns no I In the mid winter Mate Landis Has Plan Baseball's System f p recognition at the Chicago fair in with f of resigning as to be held hete Kcb 1S?5, and for years was ttt rector and of the lean Jeisey Cattlo f Boys on Sled Killed In Crash With Car Immo it ot Chios tarka on and Am Mlk in VH lutai In of * ' * fcy ot Hit % lit r 1 4j 1 m 1^�**k* J t * - Ml Uiv 1 4�y to a i by * 14} i Highest atures Im tM K * ' y * I Cle e U tul 1 V Si i J i Hold 1* Vt utu t |i tit Ivy t i 1 ns t h V4 m C i t tho * on - Moun i only tve present and MA ot base * for any offered n to j Pro posts major minor To protect * ' t lu i'M HI It ft IX 1. 4- 4a * X I 4 ' t * * % t i i * 1 in Washington hy This h kes is no ' hhuI * of friends lurll r t mi b 1* Mil I hul no 1*1. t r Ilka to hint tin lv toid t In * t * 1l*d * * S hf the I 111 the pat tj a bistos Odd Fellows Hill At To protect tho minor which i all clubs of 0 at lie snd for It * Is Burned 1 s1 1 t * * * * 1 * tsi * tuts UU uf Jan tt he itet Ht ton oiled t he I 11 oM I I d Hw t 4itd tn * otu in to After ii I
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