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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1940, Mason City, Iowa                             ART MARLON H 1ST OF OES KOI a IOWAS HOME EDITION UTILITIES CHIEF VISITS GROUPS TO HELP CAUSE Convention Chairman Cheered Wildly by GO P in Philadelphia MocNider Supporters Confer delphia Jo seph W Martin of Massachusetts tookcommand of the republican convention Tuesday and caHed his party to rally against a steady drift toward government A convention torn by the con 0PP9fing candidates cheered wUdJy PS the blunt EnglaniJ UP Jhe gavel to pound the j a platform decision and a presidential candidate The nomination fight tight ened with a statement from ihomas E Deweys manager and from Former Henry J Allen of Kansas denyinr dele were away from Dewey and with Wendel Will kie movinr from delegation to delegation in a personal effort to counter stop Willkie talk of Frank E Gan CM Pusher claimed a bloc of 2o votes after early bal loting for Hanford MacNider of Wisconsin Minnesota Dakota and South morning when he came to the halt Downtown evidence of contro versy in drafting the 1940 plat form centered on the important plank developed when Chairman Herbert K Hyde announced his resolutions com mittee would be unable to report to the convention Tuesday night Even before the first thin stream of delegates had begun to mvmto the bigconvention hall Willkie tolddelegates of his nal five Indiana in a breakfast talk that he was not discouraging other candidates but on the contrary thought they were a fine men An Indianan was one of thos who Monday signed a statcmer issued by a group of congressine which was directed against Will Kies candidacy Leaders of the forces of Senato iatt and Dewey simultaneous were tightening their line against inroads by the tousle haired utility man Thoush stopWiHJde movement ha been dumped into the convention oppodn Any Votes Warns of Trend to Absolutism PHILADELPHIA W Repre sentative Joseph W MartinfPJr of Massachusetts charged the Roosevelt administration Tuesday with a sevenyear march toward government post ePuojican na convention he declared Every ideal of Americanism has been imperiled bv those who W0uid mike ment and our nation tools to be td by one raan at the Delected bureaucracy The time has come to end all the thought of a war tor Muriel Dickson soprano of th Metropolitan Opera company san the StaiSpangled Banner to piano accompaniment After Sfassen thanked the con venuon for the honor conferred m GMason Owcltr ci ason Uwlctt of Pennsylvania proposed Martins elevation to the post of permanent chairman which dreu In a press conference J Kus Sprague Deweys manager he was standing by his jticbon of 400 Dewey votes on the first ballot and forecast an 5f CaSi m Spratue agreed there had been some fluctuations in o Wilikic used the occasion of the Indiana talk to say the utility y raised agains issue had been him and added the republican party not want to engage in the dfal custom of raising havc been investi gated by every new deal agency K you can find any successful cusation against me I warlt y0c against me ou the tussle for their minds into the lofty ha lo organize the convention on a permanent basis As on the opening early arrivals were ente from its cubbyhole high in the horseshoe gallery and with songs by the Ade hi h tet just below the platform They also got a glimpse of Gov ernor Harold E Stassen the hairman convention and of Representative Martin the permanent chairman Stassen who delivered the keynote address Monday night and Martin QaV JC CriAnlrni f Mrs A T Minnesota and Arch N Bobbitt of Indiana were designated by Stasscn tn escort Martin to his poll The convention ouicklv adopted the report of the ere whicn committee rowing out all state dele The action gave m Replogle group n w TT om the Peiry W Houard faction from Mississippi and the J Bates Ger ald faction from South Carolina beating of Ihe Gerald group earn denial of a scat to 74 yea W Tieless Joe Tot Til aPci hls tenman delegation Tolbert has been a leader in th cpublican psrtv in 50 years te Without debate the rules com rmtee won convention approval o ts report which included weeping plan denying delcgat epresentalion in future corfve ions to any congressional distric that fails to poll 1600 republican otes in a prior national or stat lection Aimed at cleaning Up the delegate situation in the south where leaders have been charged with buying dcle Mtes in the past and at build ine up the republican party in that section the rule change a goal of party chicflains or more than 25 years fr 9 motion of Governor John W nckciof Ohio the convention in v fo BtiekT MacNider After Early Votes Iowa Delegation Is GANNETT EYES IOWAS VOTES Worker Says Northwest Martin asserted that a steady drift toward governmental ahso at home and abroad inust be checked this year and a crusade years he m H have sce this march toward oneman government The record is a somber story of failure and futility and broken promises And there is much rea we may yet wake up to find we have been pushed mto war That is the record ot the new deal That record will never LASTING PEACE PARLEY AWAITS BRITISHDEFEAT Celebrating Germans Sing Were Sailing Against England BERLIN peace ne gotiations between France and Germany as distinguished from the armistice cannot begin until Germany has disposed of Britain eI news dT said Tuesday i view that peace negotiations are still some distance in the future was m contrast with recent opinions expressed in Berlin and at Con the might be followed quickly by a continental peace conference The armistice commission said Dienst Aus Deutschland is not concerned in any way c final com Peace negotiations a e to be sharply detached from negotiations conducted in the ourso of the armistice and more over are likely to be ushered in only When the stil conflict is concluded agrainsl Ens m and women Bands played the sonE against a backjrround of pealine bells cll pea cllmiDf the ctarvf victory for German arms Unusually Harmonious Stassen Talk Cheered By W EARL HALL WobeGazettc Slanaring Editor PHILADELPHIA Assurance o support for Hanford MacNMe ter he early ballots have bee iven by delegates from more lha an artin Tu days speaker advanced to the speakers desk inspected arrange S t over tne iling to and and then withdrew to seats tn CST the conven nfgiOUS sma of the delesales were in their Places and the galleries were comparatively empty The daysfirst session finally got under way at a m CST nh csay when it HI be adaressed by former Presi ent ent Hoover Stossens address was the sole ress was the sole business of the Monday evening on An and the platform committee com worked far into the night vt meeting ws devoted to routine business the are scheduled next to dopt the platform to That will bring them to the start lasksclcction of ies dcntial and vice presidential nominees Nominating speeches probably will require 11 lhc s these pledges hav detegale others it came from several in 20 years has Iowas eiegaiion been as harmonious the one here Only one cau been hed here It was L go dowl he line JiIowas candidate with no body breakms ranks until an other caucus has been held If that lime comes each dele ate will be free to vote as c looses No unit rule will prevail econd choice strength is rathe divided botwccft Devcy with Willltie npjcf aning because of what are called trong jurn methods practiced by his campaign directors were enthus astc about the keynote address by Gov Harold E Stassen Of Minnesota Some were even pre dctnf that he woold develop presidential size in another four or eight years Joseph M a r t i n permanent chairman was Jess impressive n appearance and oratorcal style Wir except llaid Archie are present and all alternates but five were and All were guests at th to Switch AfterGiving MacNider First Support PHILADELPHIA North west states of Wisconsin Minne sota Iowa and the Dakotas will give Frank Gannett repub lican presidential candidate 25 votes as soon as they have dis charged obligations to Hanford MacNider Iowas favorite son candidate and to preferential pri mary candidates Gannett head quarters announced Tuesday George Briggs northwest re gional director for the Gannett said this display of houi CTisis and could be solved without ruinous war or ruinous debt touwrelgn policy he w lieSU4blicans stand m determinationto have have a chance Gannett will got 0 per cent of the Iowa after the break Briggs pre Swiss Army to Be Partly Demobilized BERN Switzerland The wiss army long on guard on er on guard on te erman and French frontiers will y President Announced take y He said however that TlYnr Last Call for Census work out our destinv peacefully in the American way We want America at peace with the world an America un added and fears he tha the republicans would not permit military or ec onomic defense of the nation to be made a partisan issue charged however that the aen cratic administration had failed to piotect and conserve tiie savings and substance of the American people This he said had made t necessary to enact otherwise unnecessary taxes to raise an ade quate defense fund Ours is the task he told fellow republicans to recsue our beloved America from the bop of failure and futility We are challenged to defend and preserve lhc basic values of life liberty and human freedom m a world paralyzed and brok en by the ravages of dictator ship hatred and war We must preserve nur country the schemes and treachery unsympathetic to our constitutional republic and who destroy it x x x All fifth col umnists must be rooted out and thrown out Trojan horses must be barred from our government We must not permit political lib erty to be used as a mask for plot ters against the American system Dili inly s ness Adolf Hitler named Wici baden ns the scat of n new French ucimni aimistice commission Wlleje French rmy occupation had its French Agree Empire Will Not Resist BERLIN terms of the armisticeconcluded by defeated France with Germany issued by the official news agency Tuesday night showed that France agreed to cease resistance throughout the French empire The terms included the follow ing statement government ceases hostilities against Germany hi France in the possessions and col onies the protectorates and man dates and on the sea The news agency said that German troops would occupy French territory north and west of a line drawn on a man ac companyinr the arrnisUce terms The reich it said exercised al of an occpying power in tiie territory taken over All French officials in the cupjed territory must immediate ly he instructed to obey direc tions of the German military com mandors and cooperate w i t them correctly The armistice terms issued b he German agency DNB fol owed issuance by the British gov eminent of what it said wer terms of the agreement V yr j In reference to thc rights of Germany in occupied territory the British version was virtually the same DNB statement In reference to occupied ter lory the British said that th Germans would occupy area north and west of a line fron Crencya to ChalonsSurSaonc ftioulms Boinges Vierson and on CHURCHILL HITS AT TERMS ON FRENCH FLEET Declares France Had Pledged Never to Allow Axis to Control Navy LONDON UF9prime Minister Winston Churchill told the house of commons Tuesday that the French fleetfully armedfosses info control of the axis powers was seeking to ially tlie French empire to fight from bond l1 Mont DeMarsan anc the FrenchSpanish border at St Jean De Pied De Port This mean 1 Mstal area General Heinrich von Stuelpna gel was named chairman smeoo upying the west French coas omy as long as was necessary for comnetiiinn nr iurt coalition wnr agaJMS Fratlce haa mand lo end the high command said the fh had their thundering advances reaching the mouth of Gi Franco Frp Some Frenchmen surrendered on Donon in the ancl werc taken whic vances were made by mouniain Sjatum pcope mav well thank God there is in this nation one party which refuses to coddle or lostcr the enemies of free gov Martin argued that the necessity for quickly building all adequate national defense must not be made A li economy closed Are v Ull ctll If not be sure to fill out mediately to the City are about to have been count below and send im the JIason City postofficc Have You Been Missed DDRESS Number in Famil the excuse to abandon and efficiency After our national defense is achieved the nation must con tinue to livehe said Our de fense must not be defeated by an intolerable debt which will bnnjr rnin repBdlllfon Dilation or national bankrupl In this hour of national neril many desirable comforts musf be deferred so the nation may live he said There will be need for sacrifices is not things for the Ger but uppermost was the thought that the army WTS now free lo strike at Britain y jf Evident everywhere was the lllat EnglwS Mill be disposed of in short order Cessation of hostilities in France was announced in a special radio broadcast early his morning the hour of the a m p m CST Mon bugle sounded the order TS and the radio sent the worwC around For the first time the Paris was hooked up with the rMtforlt the and the naii Horst Wcs 1 The French will be permitted lo wiKlP u Sovcmncnt anywhere within the occupied region or if they prefer to return to Paris In the article dealing with oc cupation it was provided that those parts of France not vet oc cupied by the in the temtory to be occupied under the should be cleared of French troops immediately and taken over by the Germans 3 ExPrime Ministers of France in Britain LONDON Three former prime ministers of France have arrived in England it was an nounced Tuesday They arc Fd ouarcl Herriot president of the chamber of deputies Joseph Paul Boncour and Leon Blum France only socialist premier iht assertinr that France had pledged that the fleet never would fall into Ger m ridiculed Adolf Hitlers pledge not to use French warships against Great BriUin We know the value of that he snapped did not mention the whereabouts of the French Ileet however and Viscount Caldecote dominions secretary told the house of lords that Britain would Frnn OrfOrt trench naval help Speaking a few hours after an H S aii raid ovei Eng Lofrlo a a1ami London tiie prime minister re viewed in detail the British nego tiations with the former VS government oE Paul Reynaud Mi appeals for United states aid and Reynauds decision that the Amer ican response was unsatisfactory During these negotiations he mfif tan agreed that France might seektenns for a separate if thcSh fleet was ordered into British asserted received he pec1gc tlat tons of fighting chins which are of powerful but TO importance to the safety fill i rS emphC wnuld never fan into German hands Yet when the armistice MIS id H was with and amazement that he learned that French war ves anH PaSS into Churchill concluded his speccll nth an appeal for the houVl how full confidence in the gov inment as it prepares for the ex offensive by Germany and Leslie HoreBelisha speaking tier Churchill finished asked fn Kuranccs that the press and Nebraska Oil Well Production Rate High DAWSOiY Nob M0il wns struck by Ihn Urhi Oil compaiij well on lhc John Ogle farm ncai here during tiie night at raie company offiuialjestimated was more than 500 barrels n dav The reading of two proclama tions by Adolf Hitler followed one the fuehrer thanked God humhty for his blessingand de scribed the Gr C scribed the German victory a Slorious a times other proclamation directed Gcrman ir homes aionthe our mlcrnal economic structure can solve our economic anH domestic problems xxTJt there is a will there will be a way ordered the nazi and the government lo co operate energetically in repairing the damage done Shiffler Moderator of Presbyterian Synod Rev Harry C Dcs Moines Tuesday v as the new moderator of the Presbyterian Synod of Iowa He succeeds the Rev C Carson Bransby of Council Bluff The Synod nfViisarc tnc First Presbytery See radro column on pane 2 ionized in 1840 for m o n v The Weather FORECAST t10WA Fair Tuesday nithi air and slightly warmer MINNESOTA Fair not so cool Red River Valley Tuesdav niKht Wednesday fair east be coming unsettled west with showers extreme northwest somewhat warmer IN MASON CITY GIobcGazette weather slatis Mavimum Monday Minimum Monday night At g a m Tuesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 53 SZ S8 60 Is it not inconceivable that this gieat surrender by France could have been made had the French parhamon been in session 2 opinion by he 113 Churchill replying said ihat he plans for Brl am made it unlikely that par liament or the press would driven connlry as in France and therefore both should be to continue their function Churchill ssid that he did not know whether any sentahves would be permitted in n1 Part France armistice agree nenl hope tllat Welcome to PHILLY Youll be right there at Kepublican convention head quarters in Philadelphia by Keeping tuned to the News KGLO of I at Muse for m o n y newscasts From Philadelphia and war front are malters which icnchmen alone can decide he aid He did not however mention he present efforts of Gen Charles De Gaulle 10 form a rench national committee in Lon on to carry on the war I18 of Ihe French fleet admittedly would be a Wow for Britain The French navy nf 80713 onsc fourth mo5t powerfll Vs Cet the Uniled Males and Jahan have cets and if the French forces are taken over intact by the Powers thw will have ton   

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