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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Joplin, Missouri The weather Missouri generally fair East increasing Cloutte nest West slightly warmer Northeast portion sunday monday considerable cloudiness somewhat Wanner. Kansas increasing cloudiness somewhat warmer sunday monday considerable cloudiness Wanner East portion. Oki Bahoma generally fair somewhat Wanner sunday monday increasing cloudless somewhat warmer except in Panhandle. Arkansas fair colder sunday monday fair continued cold. In plan full associate full associated press reports final edition vol. X1iv. No. 172. Publication office 117 East fourth Street Joplin Missouri sunday morning february 25, 1940.-thirty pages. Published every morning except monday Price five cents Coyne threatens a such places and Road houses Are put under rigid regulations pad Locking threatened. Operators called to a mass meeting prosecutor will address proprietors deliver ultimatum action follows murder of Eula Gipson. Art order placing All night clubs. And Road houses in Jasper county of under rigid regulations and threatening them with pad Locking unless the rules Are strictly obeyed was issued last night by prosecuting attorney Roy Coyne. I have warned them repeatedly to clean up their own mess the prosecutor declared in a statement but apparently they have paid Little attention to those warnings. is going to be done or i will Endeavor to padlock every night club in Jasper mass meeting thursday. Coyne issued a Call for a mass meeting of proprietors of All night Jelus and other joints for 2 o clock thursday afternoon in the division no. 2 circuit courtroom fare at which time he plans to address them and personally deliver his ultimatum. Coyne s action followed the Grue lome slaying of miss Eula Gipson a Beauty parlor employee near the Rodenia night club last wednesday night and Public indignation which followed. Here Are the rules and regulations outlined by Coyne for each night club and roadhouse operator to live up to 1. Proper lighting of the building so that the features of patrons May be properly outlined distinguished and recognized for a distance of at least 25 feet. 2. All prostitutes and police characters must be kept out of the building. 3. No immorality shall be permitted or sanctioned in the building or on the premises. 4. The liquor Laws shall be strictly enforced. A ban on minors. 5. No minor shall be permitted to enter or loiter in the building or on the premises of any place Selling 5 per cent Beer. 6. No minor under 18 years old shall be permitted upon the premises of any place Selling 3.2 per cent Beer. 7. All places shall be closed at reasonable hours which Means elimination of All night operations. Unless they do live up to these regulations Coyne declared i shall Endeavor to padlock by injunction proceedings As a Public nuisance every night club operating in violation of the the prosecutor added that if necessary the establishments will be policed to see that regulations Are obeyed. Warmer weather is forecast for today temperatures had dropped to a / Low of 20 degrees by 2 o clock this coming. Warmer weather is predicted for today. The Day s High was 40 degrees at 2 o clock yesterday morning. A Light rain and Snow flurries fell during the morning but the Sun broke through during the afternoon. A year ago yesterday the maximum was 42 and the minimum 26. Hourly temperatures Britain rules out peace with present nazi regime Chamberlain says Hitler government is incapable of guaranteeing future Security of Europe Aims in struggle include Freedom for poles and czechs English naval trawler sunk 4 German a boats reported destroyed. London feb. 24.-up of rime minister Chamberlain today flatly ruled out any peace with the present German government As incapable of guaranteeing future Security to Europe official circles were described As regarding Adolf Hitler s speech As one on which it is not Worth As Chamberlain pledged a fight to the finish until we Are satisfied that Freedom is Safe the conflict with Germany produced these new results the naval trawler Ben Volio 352-ton vessel engaged in mine sweeping Sank after hitting a mine with 10 of her men lost. The vessel was the thirtieth of the British Navy to go Down since the War began. Planes scout Germany. The air ministry announced Royal air Force planes scouted deep into greater Germany for the second successive night ranging As far afield As Prague capital of dismembered Czechoslovakia. Officials said besides Prague Points scouted included Kiel Hamburg and Bremen. One plane made a forced Landing in Belgium the Crew of six was arrested. The British press reported without official confirmation that Royal air Force planes had sunk three German submarines and a merchantman had rammed and sunk another. The toll of merchantmen victims of the War Rose with the foundering of the British Steamer Royal Archer 2,266 tons while being towed after striking a mine. Danish advices said the 1,206-ton danish ship Aase had been sunk in the Atlantic with 16 seamen lost. Winding up a series of Pep meetings by Cabinet ministers with an address in his Home town of Birmingham the gaunt 70-year-old Chamberlain delivered one of his sharpest fight talks of the War. Chamberlain decried nazi Aims As destruction of Britain and domination of the called crusade for Freedom. Britain on the other hand he said to the cheers of the crowd is fighting a crusade for Freedom and to abolish the spirit of militarism and accumulation of armaments which is pauper izing All Europe and not in the least Germany How in Concrete terms Are these Aims to be secured he asked and answered first Independence of the poles and czechs must be we must have some tangible evidence that will satisfy us that any pledges or assurances Given will be fulfilled. Under the present German government there can be no Security for the future " he called Finland s fight against invading Russia a heroic struggle against a Gigantic and unwieldy referring to the British raid into a norwegian fjord to free 299 British captives from a German prison ship said a Neutral must not complain if Britain commits a Mere technical breach of neutrality taking no Neutral life and touching no Neutral property in freeing men illegally made school patrols Cut traffic toll lives of 63,000 children spared in 16 years educators estimate. / 1 a. A. 2 a. A. 3 a. A. 4 a. A. 5 a. To. 6 a. A. 7 a. A. 8 a. In. 9 a. A. 10 a. A. In a. A. Noon/., .39 .40 .39 .36 .32 .29 .281 .26 .24 .23 .23 1 p. A. 2 p. A. 3 p. M., i p. A. 5 p. A. 6 p. M., 7 p. M., 8 p. A 9 p. A. 10 p. M., 11 p. .27 .28 .28 .28 .28 .28 .27 .26 .25 .24 .22 22jmidnight.22 sunday. 1 a. A. .211 2 a. 20 weekly weather Outlook. Missouri Kansas Oklahoma considerable precipitation indicated with temperatures mostly below or near Normal. Commission increases Texas Oil production St. Louis feb. 24.-up the familiar school boy patrols and similar methods of safety education in the nation s Public schools were credited today with having spared the lives of at least 62,000 children in 16 years. This estimate together with conclusions that accidents Are preventable through education was contained in an official year Book released at the opening of the National education association convention Here. Publication of the 544-Page volume Marks the association s first formal recognition of organized safety education. It has been carried on in the schools since 1922, but the n. E. A. Had not previously taken a hand officially. Fatalities dropped 25 pet. The study covers a 16-year period Between 1922 and 1938, during which time traffic fatalities among adults were said to have increased 160 per cent while fatalities among school children decreased 25 per cent. The Book states this Fine record among school children must be largely due to teaching them How to Cross the Street How to play safely and generally protect themselves from injury. The time has come the Book continues for the Community and particularly the schools to teach youths to be Safe and intelligent operators of motor cars. While a person s Best record at the steering wheel is made after years of experience it says a Good educational arid training program for beginners would enable them to acquire in a Short time the skill which the untutored Auto is takes years of trial and error to a suggestion is made that if a Small portion of the tax collected on gasoline were used for Driver training the Money might pay larger Betty Slick Oil heiress to wed daughter of late King of wet scatters to marry Law student. Austin tex., feb. 24.-up Texas Oil Wells will produce 1,479,521 barrels daily beginning March 1, an excess of 148,921 Oyer the United states Bureau of mines estimate of demand and 45,470 larger than today s allowable. The state wide order. Signed by the Railroad commission Oil regulatory body purposely disregarded the Federal Bureau s recommendation on grounds its figures lagged behind those actually shown by demand. Member Ernest Thompson former chairman of the interstate Oil compact commission said Texas crude Stock were too Low pointing out that 709,000 barrels were withdrawn from storage last week. Fish declines to run in Illinois primary new York feb. 24.- representative Hamilton fish Republican new York advised Illinois officials today that he did not choose to run As a presidential candidate in the Illinois preferential primary. In a Telegram to Edward j. Hughes Illinois Secretary of state the new York congressman said please withdraw my name from ballot As presidential candidate on Republican ticket in Illinois today. I make this request reluctantly. Would like nothing better than to carry into the primary the fight for americanism against internationalism. Unfortunately am without sufficient funds to conduct state wide Campaign and present issues clearly and adequately to the people. Consequently in fairness to the vital issues involved. I do not choose to Oklahoma City feb. 24.- of Betty Slick Oil heiress once named one of the nation s five most eligible Bachelor girls will wed Lewis j. Moorman jr., Here March 19 in a Climax to a Story Book Romance dating from their High school Days. Moorman now a senior Law student at the University of Virginia is a son of or. Lewis j. Moorman nationally known Chest specialist. His family lives Here. Urschel make announcement. Announcement of the impending marriage was made by or. And mrs. Charles f. Urschel. Miss Slick is a daughter of mrs. Urschel and the late t. B. Slick Pioneer Oil Man known throughout the Industry As the King of the in 1936, the rocking chair brigades at the wealthy summer resorts named miss Slick As one of the five leading candidates for designation As America s eligible Bachelor girl no. 1." miss Slick who met the younger Mooi Man while both were attending High school Here six years ago attended the Madeira school Washington d. A Briarcliff Manor n. Y., and Smith College Northampton mass. Moorman took his academic work at Dartmouth College Hanover n. H., and will receive his Law degree from the University of Virginia this june. The couple plan to live in Oklahoma City after his graduation. Former Stagecoach operator Dies at 79 Hurt in fall monday Hitler defiant As he strikes out at enemies declares Germany must have living space and terror of Pluto Racies must be broken. Sneers and jeers at English leaders asserts Reich is stronger than in 1914 and cannot be Defeated claims god As his ally. Harvey b. Bean 79 years old a Pioneer Kansas Stagecoach operator died at 3 o clock yesterday morning at the Home of his granddaughter mrs. A. Farmer a mile South of Redings Mill his condition had been critical since he fell monday striking his head against the Stone Steps of a smokehouse at the Farmer Home. A paralytic stroke is believed to have caused the fall. Members of the family were away at the time and he was found by mrs. Farmer some time later.  for 10 years or. Bean was Driver of a Stagecoach Between Atchison and Hiawatha Kan. He later was City inspector of Atchison for 25 years. He had lived in this Vicinity 10 years. Or. Bean was born in Canton o., september 21, 1860. A Nephew Charles Hart of Oklahoma City is the Only other relative. Funeral arrangements will be under direction of the Hurlbut undertaking company. Munich feb. 24.-p Adolf Hitler cried out tonight that Germany will fight until the terror of the Pluto Racies has been broken declared the three mighty states of Russia Italy and Japan to be his friends and proclaimed his Trust that god is with him and his nazi Reich. To his old guard in an hour s speech broadcast Over the world the fuehrer asserted the hand of Providence saved him from death in a bomb explosion in this very City last november 8 and declared the same Providence has especially blessed us for six years. Do you think have blessed us Only to drop us now he asked. There is a god he creates people with equal says Germany is stronger. Today s Germany he said is stronger in every Way than the Imperial Reich of 1914-but, especially in its leadership. Preceded by the blood stained Flag which headed his marchers in the abortive Beer cellar Putsch of 1923 and surrounded by old party fighters Hitler came to Munich s Hauf Brau Hall tonight to commemorate the founding of the nazi party and its adoption of a 25-Point program 20. Years ago. It was his first speech in Munich since the Burger Brau Haus explosion wrecked the scene of the original Beer cellar plot and killed eight persons shortly after Hitler had left. On the eve of United states undersecretary of state Sumner Welles arrival in Europe for a feeling out of possible ways to peace the fuehrer gave a defiant War message to his nation and to the world threatening to smash anyone who seeks to deny Germany her rightful living space jeering at these chamberlains and their top hats sneering at Winston Churchill and disdaining to reveal specific War Aims. He did mention his terms prior to the Start of the War and described them As modest Security of our. Living space return of our but his present Price for peace went unnamed. France omitted from strictures. What we Are fighting against he shouted amidst cries of approval is the idea that one or two Peoples of the Earth should have everything. God did t make the world for englishmen alone it simply cannot be that the German people Are destined to be slaves of the English and significantly Hitler reverted to his Early War practice of leaving France almost out of his strictures. Going Back to 1914, he intimated Germany would have won the world War had he been at the Helm. The nation s leaders then he declared were second but today we All know that neither militarily nor economically can Germany be Defeated. The decisive thing is More than in any recent speech the fuehrer claimed god As his ally the ally of the German people. An awed hush fell Over his frequently noisy listeners when he took them Back to the night of the blast in the Burger Brau Haus and told them solemnly Only a few months ago in a very special Way i experienced the hand of Japan is included. Again Hitler invoked his Friendship with soviet Russia and Italy and this time he spoke in the same breath of Japan. Three mighty nations which were Germany s enemies in 1914 now Are Friendly benevolently he said. This was just one of the reasons he gave Why it cannot be otherwise that we must be victorious we shall be today Italy is our Friend not Only because the two leading statesmen Are friends but because ideologically they Are friends he said. With soviet Russia too we became friends. I Well understand Why our enemies were thrown into consternation. Both the russians and we Are too Good to bleed for International jewish robbers at London. Japan which in 1914 was in the enemy Camp today is our Friend. That Means three mighty states which then were our opponents continued on Page 6 a members of grand jury Are selected Carthage mo., feb. 24.-circuit judge Ray e. Watson today ordered summons issued for members of the special grand jury which is to Convene in Carthage monday March 4, the jurors having been selected from a list submitted to the court by sheriff Harry Rogers. Jurors ordered summoned Are Ralph Baird Carthage motor car dealer Fred c. Hodson Clothier Carthage Everett Hough banker Carthage t. W. Whitaker grocer residing near the county line South of Carthage George c. Earp merchant Jasper Frank Nelson undertaker Webb City Charles r. Chinn banker Webb City w. C. Burch banker Carterville j. E. Springer Frisco agent Joplin n. Rosenberg merchant Joplin Henry Dale insurance Joplin Albert Burgess insurance Joplin. New dealer hits f. D. R. Silence sen. Bankhead says president should announce 3rd term attitude. Washington feb. 24.-4a senator Bankhead Democrat Alabama an administration supporter said today that it would be better for All concerned if president Roosevelt announced at once his attitude toward a third term. The Alabama senator who is supporting his brother speaker Bank head for the democratic presidential nomination told reporters the president should give expression to what he is going to do. I Don t think there is much disagreement on the Point that he should make his intentions known. It would be better for All concerned including the president if he would make a Don t like second choices. Bankhead asserted that if or. Roosevelt should Leek renomination then he can have it without much the Alabama senator added people Don t like second choices and As Long As or. Roosevelt is at Large in the situation there is no Way. For the people to make up their minds on other candidates. There can be no test of sentiment so Long As the president remains Bankhead is the first new Deal senator to suggest that or. Roosevelt declare his intentions. Similar suggestions were made this week by senators Johnson Democrat Colorado and Mccarran Democrat Nevada. Meanwhile it was made known that vice president Garner will not enter the Nebraska primary because he believes his entry might Hurt the renomination chances of senator Burke Democrat Nebraska one of his chief supporters. Or. Roosevelt 3 supporters have arranged for his entry in the race. Garner was reported to believe that if he went into Nebraska and there was a Sharp new Deal anti new Deal fight that Burke might suffer stays out of contest. The administration after working unsuccessfully for a purge of anti administration senators in 1938, was reported to be taking no part in the contest Between Burke and governor Roy l. Cochran of Nebraska. A other political developments included senator Taft Republican Ohio an avowed presidential candidate told a Springfield 111., audience that a farm program should embody some major features of the administration system but should look toward gradual abandonment of the suicide theory of crop curtailment. Taft said that so Long As the Farmer s income is relatively Low an agriculture subsidy would be justified. Senator Bridges Republican new Hampshire another of the Republican candidates for the nomination predicted in an address at Dallas tex., that if the new dealers have their Way and nominate or. Roosevelt for a third term or any one of their clan a number of Southern states will be found in the Republican column this november including senator Norris Independent Nebraska a Day in and Day out administration supporter expressed the belief that or. Roosevelt would not declare his third term intentions until the democratic convention meets july 15. Germany and Italy sign new Trade pact Rome feb. 24.-a new Trade pact has been signed by Italy and Germany authoritative informants said tonight revising their 1934 commercial Accord to meet wartime conditions. The revised pact it was said was signed by or. Karl Clodius German economic plenipotentiary and senador Adamero Giannini representing the italian foreign ministry. No announcement of its contents was made but an official statement was expected later. Puzzling peace approaches sent Welles to Europe Washington recipient of Many proposals from private citizens in Neutral countries. All mentioned talks with nazi officials feelers influenced Roosevelt to Send Hull s Aid abroad to gather in v formation. Washington feb. 24. In a puzzling series of informal and unofficial peace feelers made Here and in Europe greatly influenced president Roosevelt s decision to Send undersecretary of state Sumner Welles across the Atlantic to gather information. In the last few months the president and state department officials have followed with great attention an uninterrupted Stream of such proposals. Generally they have come from private citizens merchants Bankers and the like mostly citizens of Denmark Holland Sweden Belgium and Switzerland. Audiences sought. For the most part the procedure has been to seek an audience with a statesman As near the top As possible in an Allied country. It is known Here that some have talked to lord Halifax British foreign Secretary. What do they say generally that they have talked with a High German official Goering has been mentioned and that Germany would be willing to make peace if she could get the right terms. What terms it is hard for them to say. The German official was not definite. The stories they Tell do not always agree. One peacemaker s terms May be better than another s. It is known that several of these unofficial emissaries if they can be called that have made the same Type of approach to officials Here. These officials frankly have not known what to make of this activity. Part of it they ascribe to the natural desire of the Small neutrals to do All they can to achieve peace. Their countries Are suffering acutely from the War and they stand to suffer still More before it is Over. The Trade of the neutrals is seriously damaged Many businesses face bankruptcy. Test of morale possible. Some officials think these peace approaches May represent an Effort by the germans to test the Allied morale. If a peace envoy were to report Back to Germany that a British or French High official welcomed peace with Germany somewhat along the lines the envoy suggested this could be taken As a sign of weakness. Putting to one Side the informal peace efforts which can be ascribed solely to the initiative of citizens of the Small neutrals it is regarded As significant Here that the inspiration of practically All the others is Germany. So far As officials Here can learn no approaches have started out on the basis of a Neutral citizen talking to an Allied statesman and then going to see a German statesman. They have All begun with something said by a German official. No official proposals. But it is almost impossible to say whether there is anything More in this fact than the sending up of trial balloons. The Best informed officials  say that no peace move whatever has been made officially or otherwise by the German government itself. Consequently Welles has been sent to Europe partly to see what All these vague approaches amount to. Where there is so much smoke there May be a Little fire even though smothered. It is thought that the persons responsible for initiating the peace proposals might like to broach their Case More formally and concretely to the american undersecretary. Welles is of course bound by the statement of president Roosevelt that what foreign officials Tell him will be kept in strict Confidence which Means he cannot carry any proposals from Germany to Britain and France or vice versa. Nazis ban news on Welles visit Berlin feb. 24.-up nazi Germany tonight placed a strict official ban on publication of news of the impending visit of United states undersecretary of state Sumner Welles but nevertheless put its Best foot Forward to Welcome president Roosevelt s fact finding emissary although it was emphasized that the program for the visit which includes an audience with Adolf Hitler next tuesday or wednesday would be carried out without the continued on Page 6 a russian forces attack Vii urls Island environs War news in Brief by Tho associated press. Munich Hitler proclaims Trust that god is with him and Reich says Germany will fight until terror of Pluto Racies is broken nails ban Publica Tion of news in Germany on impending visit of United states undersecretary of state Welles. London Chamberlain rules out peace with present German government As unable to guarantee future Security to Europe British lose naval trawler with 10 men. Helsinki finns report red army striking at Island environs on Vii Puri from captured coastal base. Rome Germany and Italy sign new Trade pact informed sources predict Mussolini will wait until Welles visits Berlin Paris and London before giving italian views. Copenhagen norwegian foreign minister envisions program of parallel action to enable Norway Sweden and Denmark to guard neutrality. Stockholm Sweden summons parliament to revise foreign Exchange regulations and halt flow of Sweden s Gold reserves to foreign Banks. Reds press toward battered City from five Points in Effort to Complete pincers action. Finns admit fall of Mannerheim key Koivisto with fortifications in hands of invaders Advance reported made at heavy Cost. Program offered 3 parallel action by Norway Sweden and Den Mare urged by Koht. Copenhagen feb. 24.-up a program of parallel action to enable Denmark Norway and Sweden to guard their neutrality under the most threatening conditions they have faced in years was visualized by norwegian foreign minister halvdan Koht As he arrived today for talks with representatives of the other two scandinavian nations. Koht who said that the sharpened sea warfare would be one of the principal topics discussed went into conference at once with the danish foreign minister. Or. Peter Munch. Swedish minister detained. The talks Are expected to get under Way in Earnest after the arrival of Sweden s foreign minister Christian Gunther who was detained in Stockholm by a special meeting of the Riksdag parliament summoned for tomorrow. The meeting of the foreign ministers finds their nations vitally affected by War at sea which already has Cost them More than 50 ships and the lives of 600 seamen. In their meeting Koht and Munch were reported to have found unacceptable the advice of both Germany and Britain in regard to wartime shipping. Germany has advised the scandinavian countries to give up All Commerce with England but the general View Here is that such a course would mean a terrific blow to scandinavian foreign Trade. Britain has urged the neutrals to entrust their ships to Allied convoys but to do this it was pointed out would expose scandinavian vessels to the full risks of War and make them the legitimate targe of German submarines. Bulletin. Moscow feb. 25 sunday. A the occupation of the strongly fortified islands of Koivisto tour Insari and Filisa Ari with the capture of 12 heavy coastal Tower guns was claimed today by the russian army in a communique issued by the  Leningrad military Headquarters. The communique said that while fighting yesterday soviet troops occupied the islands of Koivisto tour Insari and Pisa Ari strongly fortified with Iron and Concrete forts. Twenty two guns including 12 heavy coastal 10 and 6-Inch Tower guns and Field and Zenith guns and a great number of heavy machine guns and dumps of munitions were captured on these russian troops captured 28 finnish defensive fortifications on the karelian isthmus tha communique added. However a Strong snowfall and fog handicapped operations it asserted. Sweden to halt outflow of Gold Stockholm feb. 24.- up the swedish government today summoned an extraordinary special session of parliament for sunday to revise foreign Exchange regulations and halt the flow of Sweden s Gold reserves to foreign Banks. Whether the Riksdag also will discuss the critical fore spi political situation growing out of the bombing of the Frontier town of Pajala last wednesday was problematical. However soviet Russia s denial that russian planes earned out the raid As alleged by Sweden was believed to have been one of the matters which caused foreign minister Christian Gunther to defer his trip to Copenhagen where scandinavian foreign ministers Are meeting. The denial in the face of positive swedish statements that planes and bomb fragments were identified As russian was regarded As involving Sweden s National prestige. Political circles said diplomatic relations would be endangered if the u. S. S. R. Fails to give satisfaction. Helsinki feb. 24.-i a a strategically spread red army its dead littering the Snow at the rate of 6,000 in two Days was reported tonight by the finnish High command to be striking massively at the Island environs of Vii Puri from a captured coastal base Only seven and a half Miles away. From Kais Lanti nestled on the War wrecked Gulf of Finland railway just below Finland s erstwhile second City and from Koivisto 17% Miles further South once the Western Anchor of Finland s manner Heim line the soviet offensive stretched out Over the Gulf ice to Hammer at finnish defenders on the remaining islands in Vii Puri Bay. City a combat area eastward other divisions pressed on against the finnish land defences Between the Gulf and Lake Mola striving to Complete a pincers action on Vii Puri. This City once a modern town of 74,000, now is a virtual combat area its buildings wrecked by shells and its non combatants moved away. The finns said these Gulf and land attacks directed at Vii Puri from five Points resulted in heavy russian losses that six tanks and six batteries were destroyed. But the finns did not this time say the attacks were repulsed. Today s communique was the first finnish admission that Koivisto had fallen with its fortifications batteries and coastal artillery on an offshore Island. Rapid red Advance. The announcement likewise disclosed a rapid russian Advance up the railway to the station of Kais Lanti seven and a half Miles South of Vii Puri presumably As a result of the finnish Retreat to a new line of defences just before Vii Puri. Field marshal Baron Carl Gustaf Mannerheim Finland s supreme ,, in an order of the Day thanked swedish and norwegian volunteers for sharing with us the dangers and trials of the his statement was an indication these volunteers no w Are in the firing line. Democrats will meet in sep Alia saturday Kansas City 24 in the Missouri democratic state committee will meet next saturday at 1 p. At the Pettis county courthouse in Sedalia to fix a time and place for the state convention., St. Louis and St Joseph Are reported bidders for the meeting which probably will be held in april. The committee session was called by James p. Aylward state chairman and National committee v Man. The committee probably will apportion delegates to the state convention on the basis of votes cast for senator Bennett in 1938-either one for each 500 or one for each 250 votes. The state convention will choose Dele Gates to the National convention and decide whether to instruct ital delegation for any particular presidential candidate. 14021355 81

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