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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - March 18, 1940, Canandaigua, New York
Z5, 000 readers. More Ontario county readers than tiny other Ontario county paper. Established in 1797. Vol. 66. The weather rain tonight and tuesday changing to Snow. Wanner to night colder tuesday night. Canandaigua n. Y., monday March 18, 1940. Single copy 3 cents Hitler Duce Confer at Brenner pass nazis again aim guns at flow grand Central bomb London a Ger Many s boldest Aerial stroke of the War a one hour and minute raid by 14 Heinkel a bombers on the Scapa flow naval Anchorage was Fol Lowed today by expressions of belief in political quarters that prime minister Chamberlain is drastic Cabinet change to Institute a. More dynamic War policy. This the 107lh Day of the Wai the prime minister s 71st birth Clay found Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini in a meeting at Brenner pass which entered speculation on whether Germany was planning an intensified conflict or a peace of the British press clamoured for a greater initiative in the govern ment s direction of the War and the Sharp division of opinion on Chamberlain s conduct of it heightened by scheduled debate in the House of commons tomorrow. Labovites. Liberals and some conservatives were expected to press for More vigorous action. Informed political observers expressed the conviction that Chamberlain is planning ministerial Changres soon probably after Trie easter parliamentary recess Start in thursday. Cottage killed one cottage was killed and sever other two wounded. Seven Nav Al men were listed As casualties also but the admiralty did not specify whether they were killed or wounded. 4 government statement on Ina raid was expected in the House of commons which Lias prepared itself Foi a full blown debate this week n the whole conduct of the War. Meanwhile barbed press com ment on the slightly leisurely air of our methods was general. Pub Lic Confidence is being undermined the daily mail said by the govern ment s Lack of newspaper criticizes the air ministry s report of a counter raid on German warships in Helgoland bight during Daylight hours saturday and the admission of naval authorities that the Ork Ney islands station like All our Eastern and Northern i always vulnerable to attack die. Rot Cushion newspaper criticism. The fact that Only one German bomber was shot Down prompted questions about the effectiveness of the Revaj air Force. The press blamed the Raf for not Downing More. The More than 100 High explosive and incendiary bombs nazi Raider showered on the Island off the North scottish coast did Only min o damage to the British Man of but the admiralty announced that the next of Kin of the seven naval casualties had been notified. Report priest lost on Mountain climb parents see son s body found washing ton a p president Roosevelt s eco nomic advisers it was Learned today have sent him a. Memorandum indicating the nation started 1940 with from to unemployed. The memorandum is a compilation of differing estimates from prominent labor statistics sources j it draws no original conclusions. The president was told that the Best unemployment figures Avail Able until the census takers Check up in april Are As follows estimated j estimated for 1939 average Ary 1940 National Indus j trial conference j Board i american fed i Erat Iori of labor an investigator looks at the remains of a bomb which sex pm fled in a handbag in a bag Gage Concession of new York s grand Central terminal. No one was injured. Batteries and Congress of Industrial org. A Federal economist j the economist one whose figures Are used regularly by a half dozen j Federal agencies said that the f j higher figures for january were cheap watches were part j due partly to the business decline of the bomb. Nazi airmen say in that month but largely to sea Sonal factors which always in crease unemployment in that j month. J this statistician figures that an average of was Unzem damaged in raid played in 1929, with the figure j rocketing to in March j 1933, declining to in sep tember 1937, rising again to j in february 1938, and touching temporary Bottom again escape blast i Berlin up Germany s Sharp j at 8 800 000 last est Aerial blow at Britain was a i if the usual seasonal factors of j lightning Stab at Twilight carried crate this circumstance of j out on a meticulous plan. Which he is not sure because of j Elater Young fliers told last recent business j How of Cir sky Armada had pierced economist calculates that Unzem j Britain s Orkney Island air de i should be Down to about lenses in fading Daylight saturday m Panl. And How they peered through the i the Bureau of agricultural dusk toward their targets on land economics meanwhile forecast a j and afloat. J Spring reversal of the downturn in j they could not Tell what warships business activity but did not find j they hit but said that at least three 1 any signs indicating a rapid in Battles rips and one Cruiser were or pavement thereafter. Tills was the dramatic moment in san Francisco when or. And mrs. C. Irish above saw volunteers recover the body of their son George 13, drowned when a raft upset in a rain Fulea Gully. George s sister , 7, tugs at her Mother s skirts. Hog production j Hatch Bill foes five year High Pigeon to Lect struck and damaged. They said three of Britain s j employment and business con Given special Chicago in a flood of wad Washington although Washington a close associates of vice pres ident Garner said today that he was seeking a political Alliance with Janies a. Far Ley in an Effort to prevent a third term nomination for 1 president Roosevelt. J such a coalition they said 1 probably would offer Farley i for second place on the ticket. Jno information was disco i and however As to the Post master general s attitude. Garner was represented by friends As believing that his own. Convention strength combined with Farley a would be sufficient Stop a first ballot nomination for or. Roosevelt it was reported reliably that inti mates of Garner and Farley have been exchanging views for the last two weeks and that the two men probably would Confer personally soon. Farley has Given no Public Indica Tion so far that he would not sup port the third term movement. A slate of democratic delegates has been put Forward in his name in Massachusetts with the understand ing that they will support the pres ident if he runs one Southern democratic Sena Tor usually Friendly with Garner i told reporters that the Illinois Pri i Mary april 9 would determine whether the vice president would be a major Factor in tire National convention. This senator asking anonymity asserted that a big majority for or Roosevelt in that race seriously would Garner s chances for the presidential nomination. Gar Ner himself was described As be Lieving that the primaries in Illi Nois Wisconsin California and Oregon would make or break his chances. The president s name was entered in Illinois by supporters of Chica go s Kelly Nash organization. The president did not approve that action but neither did he repudiate it. The third term question still was uppermost in Capitol political conversation As the selection of Dele i mightiest men of War the 42.100-ton j study m administration and con of. Non i of f dirt ,1 i Battle Cruiser Hood and the 32.000 ton Battle cruisers renown and re Gressional at this time be i pulse were believed to have been in ithe Royal Navy s Scapa flow fiscal j car. Chorale when the German bombers j roared in from the North sea. J the German High command said i two other warships probably were damaged also. J one flier told of the Bright fire j of burning hangars in the Ger i Man first air bombardment of tin War on British land objectives. The communique said Orkney Island cause Congress soon will have to appropriate Relief funds for the doing fat hogs the result of above Normal birth rate and abundant feed in pilots the past three years Are pouring into the nation s live conceding their defeat in the sen Gates slowly was getting under Way. Ate. Opponents of the Hatch anti Louisiana republicans and those in politics Bill were hoping today that i three Kansas districts will pick i l Buenos Aires War " joining of a anal Cal front around 1he u. S Ich As Chr Only county a hic i for Sheji Burty of the to Jio Nob Ithaca a Cornel 5i1y observe 100th birth Annav Crary of ats Benefactor. Go Orpe a Baker founder and Jong time or Sci Dent of the first Nat ional Bank of Xci Yorac March 27 web a. Lecture by or. Peler j. W. Debye 3935 Nobel prize Winner and now lecturer in Tobey Hopkins clash on census Washington if after weekend verbal bombardments in the Battle of the a tally of statements today stood 2. Secretary of Commerce Hopkins the Exchange wound up with Hopkins offering to match Honor Ary Law degrees with Tobey i have two to his said the Cabinet officer after Tobey had one Nian wounding seven other per i accused him of flouting the Law is and damask inst five cottages. And the Constitution by Ccmmand ing the people to answer illegal Congress and the supreme court have told me what lawyers to con vote at 3 p. Ports at Stromness Kirkwall and Earth House As Well As a number of anti aircraft positions were bombed. George Washington s wooden Teeth did fairly Well. Or. Carl o. Flagstad of Minneapolis told the american dental association convention to Ray until Cor arc began getting n his Gums. unaware that the Premier and his retinue had been in their midst until the train pulled out. Form Honor guard. Frontier guards and an infantry detachment formed an Honor guard drawn up in front of the station to Salute Mussolini and Hitler As they arrived at Bre Riero to be reviewed by them. A military band from Solanzo played German and italian Nat ional airs. Strict arrangements were made to assure the two leading leaders privacy during their Railroad car conference. Comply cd with Springs i hrs to Rcpt Majid Washington be is coloration developed ing them an port j women advised against pret tying up on going to have Teeth a saved Oke v he 1brir i Lih. They Jar it or 5 Thompsn of ibos the a Venice Notony he anfia Wiiri dental association. Heavy As Leau. I or Surv Oiher a nine Al wills in lotions and thir. Paid for _ us slant or the absorb the rays Loxtell that vhf a a bum i quartly than if the of this it Ait. In state budget Albany to fat Republican legislators refusing thus far to ii c ground in their budget Wrangle with governor moved today to Smi die remaining Finan Cial barriers to adjournment by the month s end. To eliminate the cd Sci obstacle installation of parimutuel Beltane at new York tracks both rep Balkans and democrats of the legislative finance committees convened in an Effort a Bill which would win sufficient votes for adoption and bring the state an expected by july 1. Opening of what republicans hoped would be the next to last of itw1 iwo and a half month ocl session brought scheduled action on approximately 700 Bills including Revenue measures to Balanow the majesty s budget without i new a _ arc never ii Syo Psi be to a i vows Clis orders and neck. Or. Walter e. Dan a Baltimore brain specialist loin dentists at the dental Centenary. Sound Teeth should never be extracted in pcs of alleviating in Tai conditions he said. 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