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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - September 1, 1939, Canandaigua, New York
Readers More Ontario county readers than any other Ontario county paper. 3 ontar10u count generally fair tonight and saturday. in teat Peri Turc. County paper established in 1797. Vol. 205. Canandaigua n. Y., Friday september single copy 3 cents Germany bombs rain for urges pledge on bombings Washington p president Roosevelt today asked All potential participants in a european War to pledge themselves against bom Barding civilian populations or in fortified cities from the air. The chief executive s Appeal was sent at 4.30 a. M. E. S. T., to the governments of great Britain France Italy Germany and Poland. The ruthless bombing from the air of civilians in a fortified Cen ters of population during the course of the hostilities which have raged in various quarters of the Earth during the past few years which have resulted in the maiming and in the death of thousands of de senseless women and the j j president said has sickened the j hearts of every civilized Man and j woman and has profoundly shocked conscience of humanity. If resort is had to this form of inhuman barbarism during the period of the tragic conflagration with which the world is now con fronted hundreds of thousands of innocent human beings who have no responsibility for and who Are not even remotely participating in the hostilities which have now Bro Ken out will lose their lives. I am therefore addressing this urgent Appeal to every government which May be engaged in hostilities publicly to affirm its determination that its armed forces shall in no event and under no circumstances undertake the bombardment from the air of civilian populations or of a fortified cities upon the understanding that these same rules of warfare will be scrupulously observed by All of their opponents. I request an immediate London begins evacuations when will bombers strike London King orders full British mobilization London Ipa aed British to Day signed an Cruci ice Complete or Irish army Navy and air i orc after the polish Bucior had called on to help against Germany. Britain France Issue last warning to Reich As nazi Ekin a momentous step in in in the British polish in Tuai late bulletins on european crisis was made on in Ink Al British soldiers Are shown Here Manning the Sand nor bar nudes placed a for the expected air bombardments by nazi raiders As German War legions crossed the polish Border in a Wisp res offensive to gain control of the polish Sci Ritford after Danzig declared itself turned to the Reich. British French fear linked Reich soviet London passed through British censorship London sent away its children and turned its face to the grim Prospect or War today As More than a million youngsters. Beginning at dawn., left the metro Polis for safety in the English Countryside. Within the next few Days More than 3.000.000 persons will have been sent from the various key cities. Day s withdrawal jammed surface to ofic throughout London s business Section and touched the Busy City streets with sadness. At the Liverpool Street and Lon Don Bridge stations in the heart of London s Poore sections child re were in line with their mothers near by from Early morning. There were 3.000 children in one Jine at London Bridge which gave us name to a children s game. Each had a Gas mask Slung o ver his shoulder and even us smallest among Ihnn clutched big Canvas Tiu Jirl Bas containing blankets a clothes. From Pic tops of some bags dolls peered out. One boy dropped his bag and a Box of Lead Soldier spilled out onto the platform. European shortage of Money no bar to War Moscow up great Britain and prance says Premier Yaches Laff Molotov a. Balanced their desire for soviet russian help against their fear of strengthening the so Viet Union and their fear prevailed. This was the explanation in part offered last night by the Premier foreign mind ctr for conclusion aug. 24 of the russian German Nona Gre Sion pact which doomed the projected russian British French Mutual assistance pact after More than four months of negotiation. The russian parliament applauded Zolotoff s explanation and unanimously ratified the pact with Germany erstwhile bitter opponent of the soviet Union. Informed quarters in Berlin indicated that a radian Mission was on its Way there possibly to con clude a military Accord with the British seek italian aim in outbreak new York rope finance War it is difficult for Layman to understand How nations wallowing in debt budgets unbalanced Gold reserves depleted and currencies depreciated can pay fan fantastic costs of War. True International credit today As at a Low ebb. And definitely not what it was in 1914, but authorises agree that is no deterrent to War. Money is but medium of sex 1 change and credit a medium of deferred Exchange and when they Don t work according to conventional banking practice govern ments under pressure of War methods of be envy trait the a Cimei of foods inter Imp mrie perhaps with no tally Bat Tucy it Reich. Zolotoff made no mention of this Zolotoff said it was Only after the russian government was convinced that negotiations with Britain Ami France were futile that Moscow turned to Berlin. Duty to guard interests it is our duty to Deli i the interests 01 the soviet people particularly since we Are convinced that the interests of the u. S. S. R. Coincide with the interests of the Peoples of other he said. A x the question arises Why Cannes the u. S. S. R. Allow herself the same privilege As Poland and ene Laud allowed themselves Loir. Invocation of neutrality act Rome sir Percy Loraine. British ambassador sought an interview with foreign minister count Ciano Loday for urgent Dis Cussion on the intention of the italian government in View of the outbreak of German polish hostilities. Italy seemed undetermined in situation Bronchi about by swiftly moving events since the period of extreme tension began Over a week ago. While the nation Resolute measures foe ready in Case of War there were indications she was overwhelmed by the latest events and was not quite sure of her course. England takes news with deepest Gravity reference to Iii now annulled posh German Nona res Sion pact and the prays Mcclara Tiomi Between Britain and Germany which prime minister chamber air. Tool Home from Munich. I finally there Are Wisen cres construe from the pact More Iha is written it. For this Purdom All kinds of conjectures and Are mooted in order to Doii on the pact in one or another ?nu3i try. But All merely Speaks the hopeless enee of the Cin Mirs of the part who an cd posing Themi elves More i Ike More As ene Mies of the soviet Union and Germany striving to be Lavern these countries. I Oli h ban Srorn thai in Sist Are. With British so part. Thai russian trons be hatred irom a a Prin Eijia Factor in the Breaf Dovra in Munuel London a. I of Germany s latest moves in the european crisis with the deepest Cra Vity today As the nation moved a Vii Virrl n Yrtti government offices after a night marked by intense activity. Tore empty of officials authorized to speak when news of Hitler s in 1o the army de. But this together with the radio announcement of the German Navy s blockade of the polish port go vow. Rented a stir among those on duty. 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A responsible official represented him As reeling that fighting would have to go beyond Border warfare Between Germany and Poland before the administration took either of the grave Steps. Or. Roosevelt s first reaction was o Appeal to european Powers not to bomb civilian population and fortified cities. great Britain. Prance. Ger Many. Italy and Poland head dressed be fore Daybreak identical messages asking earn for a a Blic that it would not bombard civilian populations and in fortify de cities during the tragic conflagration with which the world is now otherwise. Or. Roosevelt said Hundred of thousands of innocent human being who have no responsibility for and who arc not even Rem Fly in the hostilities have now broken out. Lose their world War weapons basis of new clash Washington i ill rays ani3 in Dir by the of in far information available it 1hr War Dws not. Disclose the in in. In Ivy inn minis the 391-4-lf a pct Iti or tort 1 in have Hern Cinadr. 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