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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - March 31, 1940, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Slate weather air sunday and monday cooler sunday. Aii it member of the audit Bureau of circulation Sand hit uder Impresa want ads Cut a will Refl a a or talk to it attn Dally phone 3660. Wisconsin Minnesota associated press service volume we number 320 fourteen pages la Crosse Wisconsin sunday morning March 31, 19141 sunday edition Price Uve cents j e Many slates in for delegates in Wisconsin democrats pc publicans offer candidates for National conventions Iii tuesday voting Era Camps into which the lican and democratic pareve divided themselves in min do in Paton Nal convention delegates ate no their final touches on drives for votes As Citi a prepare to go to the polls be sudsy. I to As most of the la Crosse Ca is concerned election of the Legates to the National party mentions at which presidential a did acres will be nominated is e major i it sue but in Many of communities there Are contests town. Milage and City offices. In the City of la Crosse there no municipal election this. A. But voters Here in addition bal toting in the party delegates u with others in All Sec re of the state a referendum n a whether the teacher Law on the statute books repealed. Referendum advisory Issue the Tate Lefe Rondum vote will it definitely decide the Issue but i be a guide to the next wis a. N legislature. In la Crosse unto the Village of Rockland has he Only local referendum Issue. Ai being Over the licensing of Deer sales polls in the City of i a Crosse a is be open from 7 a. In. To 8 p. To. Tuesday saris of the no i Aifa a assailed child asleep a a a in a pig lot Forra Ilure to reveal plans Breeds. 111. A a three and on half year old Helen Irnise Chenoweth mysteriously missing nearly 48 hours was found asleep saturday in a pig lot Only a Quarter mile from her farm Home near Here. Deputy sheriff Floyd Morse discovered the child on the farm of Richard Martin adjoining that the Chenoweth while searchers combed the Countryside. As Many As 200 men had sought the girl since she disappeared from her Home Early thursday evening Morse said he believed the child had been held captive by someone who decided to release her today because of fear of being detected. She would not Tell where she had been or How she left Home. In Cue re i la g third term Issue before v Oters of state this week factional strife in demo ranks bring hut complication Taal meetings following the elec. A allocating funds for Highway and other activity. Each of the two political parties i be entitled to four National invention delegates from the ate at Laige. And from each f the to Cong a ional diet tricks. On a he dem cd at in ballot pre sift Roosevelt and John Nance Ltd Ner Are the Only presidential and dates v Hale no names Are vied for Mcc president. On the Republican ticket there Are no am it i ted la or either president or vice president. Lour democratic slates by i. L. Brannon Milwaukee a a the third i term question and a Choice Between Thomas e. Dewey and senator Arthur h. Vandenberg confront Wisconsin citizens in next tuesdays balloting on delegates j to the major party nominating while in most other conventions. A to voting will be or Quot Osc voting in the demo Jenneen 9 a. In. And 5 30 p. In. The crate a primary the third term is Are to hold their an Suc 1s Clear Cut and May be met in two ways by recording a preference for president Roosevelt or vice president Garner and by voting for Delegate candidates pledged to one or the other. The presidential preference vote merely is advisory in no Way binding on the states 24 delegates. The Garner campaigners stress the Point that a vote for their Delegate ticket would be an anti third term declaration. Matters complicated literature expounding this theory was distributed so widely that Republican leaders recently there Are three full slates and took note of it by urging their Fol a part.1 slate of delegates for Lowers to avoid the democratic me state at Large on the demo fight and vote in their own Pri j atle ticket. The factions Are Mary. K xes even delegates state Confer factional strife resulting in a a a me endorsed officially endorsed presentation of rival Slater of Roo Roosevelt Farley Delegate in Sevelt pledged candidates com pm i Dor cd Garner for president Dele Cates matters for the presidents ate arid in instructed. Adherents. R Osc velt delegates endorsed by one group the officially end p a Tate democratic conference Dorset Roosevelt Farley Deleto the Tate at Large arc flan Gates a is led by National commit a l Mcgovern. Milwaukee jul Teeman c. E. Broughton. The other i it g. Sevfert Eagle River a is known As the a democratic pal j Chard e. Hammers Ley Milkau to organization of Wisconsin Quot Kec and Gustave j. Keller. Apr ticket. The Dow candidates Are sen. Johnson expresses opinion president i Harpoon ing thu a who might make run Washington a a senator Johnson a col declared saturday night that president Roosevelt w Hile keeping silent on the j third term Issue had a a spooned and torpedoed a other potential j presidential candidates until the democratic party was a Quot floundering in the coloradans who is supporting senator Wheeler a Mont of Montana for the democratic Nom i nation. Added in a statement a if the president intends to go through with it and accept the nomination no one can Well complain because smart politics Are played in that cold blooded Way but if at the eleventh hour he should abandon the scuttled democratic ship he must accept the responsibility for the disaster which is so obviously and relentlessly bearing Down upon wanted because he can we in Johnson said that the president a is certain to be nominated for third term unless he positively re a fuses to accept the the a practical hard boiled he added want the president to run a for the simple reason that he can win. A a year ago the democratic party had a dozen attractive prospective candidates Quot Johnson continued. A had political developments been permitted to take their course Many of these Able men would have grown in Public esteem w Ith the months. A however the president perhaps with the noblest if intentions has stymied democracy a most dependable sounding Board the primaries. And he has a spooned and torpedoed other candidates for the presidency until now on the very eve of the election the majority party is making time. Floundering in confusion and trailing in Public report Turkey t o open Dardanelles for allies tot greets dad Back from War census army prepares would choke off Germany a Supply line he a Nill count by Irving Washington aha an army of 120.000 census taker rested its Arches saturday ready to in Chii a Hill a to each Doorstep in America for 1 the biggest question Campaign of i the decade. The Zero hour will be 12.01 a. I i in. Local time monday though Nea telephoto count wont actually begin until tuesday. Everyone alive at that moment will be counted disregarding either births or deaths a few minutes later. Four other censuses will go on at the same time. The census of j manufacturers and other business such As wholesalers and retailers started Jan. 2 and Are still operating. A tally of housing and agriculture will Start next week. Things to be tabulated include i not Only the age sex and location of every person but such other items As individual income from w Ages up $5,000. Location five years ago education citizenship employment status marital status. And occupation. In the housing census will be questions about value Type and size of structures mortgage indebtedness and whether occupancy is by owners or renters. The agricultural census will would he Iii position to halt shipment from Rusia Little Margaret Jenkins rushes to Greet her daddy one of the first of the British expeditionary tabulate the number acreage and forces to be Given leave from service in France in a London railway station turn to a a 121 Call amendment of Wagner labor act a imperative rep. Pish to deman Complete probe of germans of bite Hook commit try during the Day another West i majority of Ca Ner senator Schwartz a who i is a a propose revision accuse is lab Washington a Pic Pinon. On the Roosevelt Farley slate ire William b. Rubin Mil a Akuce Joseph h. Wallis. Rice Lake a. Matt Werner Sheboygan and Charles w. Henney Portage. Those pledged to support fat Are Adam port. Horicon John a. Callahan James e. Finnigan it declared he favored a third term for the president. Schwartz previously silent on the third term Issue told report-1. Ers that a a in View of conditions Washington of a majority throughout the world i think it of the Smith committee reporting highly advisable that the president on its investigation of the labor re Man a a the Quot Board told the hous saturday thai the Wyoming senator made Plain his belief however that amendment of the Wagner act a there were other candidates fit this Congress session was a impera ted for the presidency who could five to Correct w Rongs that arc be malted on if or. Roosevelt re being perpetrated daily upon infused to run again., enjoy Confidence us by �?ob0r and he 8 of Ai put in Bolton meanwhile former Oil governor James m. Curley one of chairman Smith a a and or. Roosevelt a earliest supporters reps. Halleck Rind it and Contin Massachusetts declared his sup i Zohn a Ohio filed a 60, port for the presidential Candi report recommending 17 revision pledged to support or. Roosevelt a Dacy of James a. Farley. And accusing the present Board of Choice of a successor should he Curley asserted that Farley More a a Over zealousness a and a predatory refuse to run. They question their than any other individual enjoyed encroachment Quot on Basic lights opponents loyalty to the presi i the Confidence of democrats Dent but the latter maintain that the round of political pc Eek mention of postmaster general making this week end included a Milwaukee i Farley in their slogan merely is declaration by senator Lucas d Milwaukee complimentary. Ill that Thomas e. Dewey has Washington a Pic rep. Fish Rny said saturday night that he would demand a a Complete investigation of the German White Book and would seek impeachment of ambassador William c. Bullitt a if the facts fish said that president Roosevelt and bullitt owed the american people a a categorical and detailed answer to every charge made in the Book. It was no answer he said a to raise the Hue and cry of a propaganda or to Sprinkle a few grains of Salt on its senator Holt diva said in a statement that the remarks attributed to bullitt a too closely resembled other remarks made elsewhere by him and others to have the incident brushed aside As a he declared that they a dovetail right into the Public speech of another one of those a poor boy diplomats Jimmy Cromwell a and that a your country will be far better off when Amba Sadorus and ministers Are appointed for their ability not for their Campaign Oil Well explosion. Fire fatal to four in Illinois four others Hurt there Arr three slates of democratic delegates in the third a Turc clonal District which rep resents those South of the North lies of Crosse Monroe and a Luneau counties. These Are Roo be rat. State conference endowed ran irk h. Hanberry Hillsboro and Bart e my Google. Abl Man become a the number one rabble rouser of the speaking before a Philadelphia Asenct a. Separation of the boards Hropshire. J nation of someone else. In this 1 Young democrats meeting Lucas prosecuting and judicial function. Connection Farley and Paul v. J recalled Dewey a Lucent charge that an it other changes in Board pro Demon Medure and Maurice j. Fitzsimons jr., i each Side charges the other with end do Lac. The Only a instruct splitting the presidents strength candidate from the state at and with secretly desiring Norman i it Bertha m Milwaukee. Mcnutt have been mentioned. In the Vandenberg and Dewey Republican Camps the rivalry Likely is keen but not so bitter. Tours state the Dewey workers strategy in to raise the cry that activity of their opponents is directed at stopping the new York District actor Wil 1 nay summarize testimony the majority previously had submitted in the form of a Bill the proposed amendments which included substitution of a new Board for the present three Man of a Cit Farley endorsed. A am g. Evenson Baraboo. The administration had started a fundamental Lack of in report tiled saturday Mirn Tenty and a cynical disregard for Uteri Zed the testimony received a principles of common honesty. The lengthy hearings and explained senator added majority s reasons for Recomb these utterances constitute the mending the amendments. The most Brazen piece of effrontery and Campaign buffoonery that Ever fell from the lips of a Man who is being considered seriously As a candidate for president. This is a Story of a dozen Trees Plymouth n. C. A up a Plymouth residents Point to visitors 12 Trees standing in a churchyard Here and Tell this Story Many years ago each of the Trees was named for one of the 12 apostles. Eleven arc still in Good condition. But the 12th was struck by lightning several years ago. Tho name of that one was by Robert p. Parker. Or Bucharest a a it a Turkey a represented in usually Well informed Balkan diplomatic quarters saturday night As having agreed to permit passage of British and French warships through the Dardanelles to choke off Germany s Supply line from Russia in the Black sea. The newspaper be moment regarded As close to the French embassy Here. Reported moreover that Turkey had agreed to place her naval bases at to rebound Samsun and Smolc at the allies disposal for use As contraband control bases. Official circles in London professed no knowledge of the Pio-1 posed agreement w Ith Turkey. It was said however that if it is a True it will be a Strong boost to the i Allied diplomatic offensive in the Balkans and an important Aid to a tightening the Allied blockade of Germany contrary to cd invention informants Here reported the turkish decision was reached a. A British a renew turkish military conference a few Days ago at Aile to although such action is contrary to the Monteux convention of ip36 to which Turkey was a party. That convention stipulated that the Dardanelle would do cloned to War hips of belligerent nations except when they were serving under league of nations mandate or helping a victim of aggression j under a Mutual assistance pact concluded within the framework i of the league to which Turkey was a party. A Way for Turkey to get around could be expected in the future a to ibis. However was explained by take As a matter of course inter j Deputy Pufko Malott of the for Pretat ions of neutrality which give sign affairs committee of the Bui All advantages to the Quot Arian chem bar of deputies who the belligerent speech Broad told the Sofia newspaper Slovon cast to America and elsewhere in j that Tutkce would a let her of be called the first Lori s declaration of forced to fail to Prev ent British Jan. 20 in which he called on eur warships from crossing the Stra to pc a anxious neutrals to join the j Fogie Dardanelle As a Black sea nation. Bulgaria Churchill Barits intensification of a is car sri trally fixing All advantage to foe in of to be accepted by Drew Middleton London a a a pugnacious Winston Churchill Britain a first lord of the admiralty coupled a new warning of intensification of the War saturday night with the significant hint that Britain scarcely allies in a United action a to inn woman Saxe six from the do and not to Germany to a speedy end possible death at risk of own life Centralia. 111.�?�?four men were killed and four other persons were burned seriously saturday in the worst Oil Well explosion and fire in the three years of the current Illinois Boom. Seared when a pocket of escaping Gas ignited and exploded at the Well West of Centralia the dead were John Smith about 19 years old and Dave Hardin both action demanded it followed closely too upon continuing demands from various quarters in great Britain for a More vigorous prosecution of the War and the disclosure that the a1_ a lied navies arc determined to protest duly filed in the chives tighten then stranglehold once a. League of nations Many by Way laying scandinavian Ore ships and by greater activity in the Pacific against shipments of is vitally interested in this possibility. Might voice protest Turkey might satisfy formalities other persons indicated by voicing a protest against passage of the Allied warships and having this raw materials from Mexico to Vladivostok from where they can find their Way to Germany. Some quarters saws a distinct other two members of the investigating committee a representatives Healey a muss and Murdock a Utah a ouzo ted tire rec 1 Omic nations. Contending tha the and climaxing his drive. Dewey a it i can a Elroy and Garner toured the populous areas of the a this peddle of political Poison they would seriously impair g Ord. John e Flanagan and state Friday and saturday Deli. Indirectly challenges the honesty act and integrity of the president of at the outset of its report Hove the United states. Over. The majority said a you see the sorry spectacle of suggesting the get Amend Tom Dewey the Glamour Bov from ments the committee reaffirm its new York City becoming the belief in the right of employees to number one rabble rouser of the organize and bargain collectively through representatives of their another contender for the re own choosing and in the obligation publican nomination. Senator Taft of the government to protect thai a Ohio told a Newport news right. Va., audience that a it is perfectly see effectiveness t i c. Dugan both of la Crosse ering a major speech in Milkau the Ingres signal District 1 wee. A inc 9th conf regional District. Unsuccessful in inducing \ an-1 a in Ludes Trempealeau and Denburg to make a personal ask on count in As Well As oth pea Ranee the Michigan senators t5 f North the democratic campaigners make much of his re a r f drive it r a Roosevelt state j fugal to leave Washington while of Cir endorsed Archie v. Congress is in session. Here they eau Claire and Jack e. Declare is a Man who won t per it be. Or. Menomonie Roosevelt Mit the Chance of personal glory endorsed. William Crane to swerve him from duty Ppck a Falls and Miles Mcneal while the spotlight is on the obvious that the president does not sew Richmond and Garner democrats and republicans the desire to reduce cd Willis e. Do lev. Me progressives Are playing an in Nonie. And Albert b. Portent behind the scenes role. Democratic party. I Roosevelt it asked Congress to study the Taft argued that Quot loader of the p a pm a says a Quot july Quot d Zariv i or Wka fit it Uch impartial study will reveal c it they have no party candidate for has control of Congress. A if the Deff it on the Republican ticket there president so their vote is a Valu Cit for next year is As big As the a o factions having Delegate j Able prize from the state at Large. Use Are the groups supporting 1 election e Dower and senator democratic coalition the Progress Lur la. Vandenberg rive now find themselves w owed t a of Wey instructed Delegate by All sides but the party spokes a finn the state at Large Man said none would receive of f Fred r. Zimmerman. Mil \ acini endorsement. Quincy la Hale. La nevertheless reports Are cur a pm Nelson Superior rent that a Deal involving Patron a Cert j. Of Melia. Rhineland i age has been arranged whereby deficit for this year a he added a it beyond question that this committee has proposed no amendment to the act which in any Wise a i swept out of Power in the state i a because the president desire indirectly of moldy a action of 1938 by a Republican that deficit. A re 5 representative Martin a mass the House minority Leader de Pui Post however the committee has recommended Amend dared at Hartford Conn. That the Meo it which ii adopter will make republicans a can win the 1940 ctn Ore effective in my the fundamental purposes Foi Dewey in Madison which it was devised Madison e the majority said it had not Ai Dewey. Republican presidential tempted to a Brand the Board with f Tho pledged to Vanden the progressive vote would go to candidate pledged himself Satur Hgt such scathing denunciations i arc Fred h Clausen. Hori Broughton a Roosevelt Farley Day to three objectives ending As had been used by William a a Michael g. Eberlein Shaw a ticket Broughton handles Patron unemployment restoring a Economy Green. Al president and John ail making bid c c for recognition c japs a on ored ruler Iii till Ilia a Takli or he regime banking a a a Wang Ching Wei and his japanese Spon ors made a bid for International recognition of his regime inaugurated Here saturday by declaring respect for the rights and interests of a a Friendly nations and an intention to re open China s a open door to the peaceful economic activity of Powers who a conform to the new situation in East in his declaration announcing formal establishment of the japanese backed regime with himself As provisional president and Premier. Wang said his aim in eluded International cooperation against communism and promotion of foreign Friendship. He declared his banking regime to be the Only Legal government of j China and warned foreign Powers against interfering with China s i internal affairs by continuing Active support of Chiang Kai Shek s of Hominy. Okla. Charles i rider up Aton Between Churchill s Asser Wood 54, of Drumright okla. And d e. Red Bevan of tuba okla., All Oil workers. House Burns they died in a Hospital a few hours after the Gar exploding in a one big Sheet of set fire to the Well and a nearby House. The of Liers burned in the sudden intense Flash of the were Joe Butrick of Hominy and Carl Lac Cylc of Avant. Okla., also Al workers and or. And mrs. R. W. Stow formerly of Kilgore Tex. Butnick had been employed Only saturday morning at the Well. Which was being swabbed prep Lan that a time has been on our Side but it is a changeable ally with the Treasury a annual statement showing a deficit of 767,-685.00u pounds about $3,071,720,-000 it for the first fiscal year of the War. Britain s expenditures for the. Fiscal year ending saturday night a Pomon toll cd 1,816.873 too pounds Ai $7,267,392.0001 against revenues of 1.049 188 too about $4,96.852.0001 despite a 35-per cent income tax and other heavy levies. More taxes seen the 1940-1941 War budget to be f announced april 23 is expected to a Alory to co Nichon. It it Ltd it run around 1.2so.ooo.oopound backyard of the a cup no i by $5,000,000,000. New and the stows and two other pm cd re Ami clap cd i Stow saved. In pc on from ,.k______ a injury at the risk of her own life. Familiar with Oil Wells she realized the danger of an explosion w Hen she smelled the escaping a and saw a the older presumably la Nderwood trying to shut off the flow. Running upstairs she warned the other families in the House enabling them to escape. They were or. And mrs. Jack head and their son. Jack. Jr., and or. And mrs. Curly Cobb and their infant child United by nearby Eire before mrs. Stow and her husband could reach the front door. Churchill s assertion that a there is no need for Russia to be drawn into this struggle unless she wishes it 0 and that a we no quarrel with the italian or the Japan it a a comment stated flatly that Turkey would give the Green Light to Allied warships a so that these ships i ran control the traffic of War supplies from re Ian ports to of the Black sea blockade be i comes reality diplomats Here predicted. Russians non German Trade will be scrupulously respected. For months the allies tried vainly and at a tremendous Cost in men to Force the Dardanelle to get at the enemy during the world War when Turkey was igniting on the Side of Germany. Now Turke it is a non belligerent ally of the Western Powers to whom lie is linked by a Mutual assistance pact pledging help to one another a in the event of aggression leading to War in the Mcd Zancai. this pact How Ever has nothing to do with Tho league of nations soviet Premier foreign minister mulch Iff s reiteration for Day of re Ian a non belligerency w. Regal ded in some quarters hire As a trimming sign for any Allied blockade in the Black sea. Could Start operations in the event re la ten out Peoples reiterated the British wih of the european War which Mol to confine the War to a Hitler and the nazi German pow a it is no part of our policy to seek War with Russia he said asserting a fall is quiet on the Western front and today also thus far nothing has happened on the sea or in the he went on a but More than a million Gilman soldiers including nearly All Toff emphasized she will do. The allies will be free from the danger of attack from Black sea coasts unless Germany herself push s through the Balkan in that Case the British French Aires assembled in the oust estimated s High 500,000 men. Can Start Quot the War probably will be de tic u Active divisions Aid armoured Rick d in the Black St a arca. Oil chunking government. Alter s. Goodland. Franks if Edward w. Richardson of Snith j Pierc Are three Delegate groups one congressional District. F # Are Dewey instructed. V ton j Wardle Necedah and Thomson Richland Vandenberg instructed. Burns. La Crosse and Al Smith Viroqua and turn tapes Isi turn to pane 12� l Lewis Cio president. Turn to Pana 121 to p Yosep align parents see son afflicted with paralysis out of Iron lung and on Way to recovery divisions Are draw up ready to strike at an hour s notice a1 along the frontiers of Luxembourg. Holland and Belgium. Fears for neutrals a at any moment those Neutral Henry e. Ringling. Instructed taboo. Rec Only two groups in ninth congressional District j be no Dewey instructed. I no Peddycoart Minomo f f in Dorris j. Kellman. Vandenberg instructed. A grandeur Somerset. 11 a c. Crocker eau Claire election in county _ i Quot members of the county cd a a sup visors to be elected a a aown1�?~p# a images and City a eight of the Incura opposition Ion. Inc if �?�7 Arf to Page 1 for re a William plunge the parents of Anthony Kostelic i Crosse teachers College infantile paralysis victim who is confined to a local Hospital. Saturday saw their son out of the Iron lung for the first time since feb. La. Tony who has shown steady improvement is spending his sixth Day out of the huge breathing device this sunday. Tony a parents or. And mrs. John Kostelic his brother Robert and his Uncle Ludvig Milo drove to la Crosse saturday from Chisholm min after receiving news earlier in the week that the 18-year-old former swimming acc had been removed from the out of lung since monday the first real attempt at keeping Tony out of the huge contraption for any great length of time came last sunday when doctors allowed him to remain out during the night until 2 a. In. He was removed again at 7 o clock monday morning and has not been placed in it since the lung still remains in the Hospital room but it is not expected to be used except in the Case of an emergency. Or j. E. My loom attending physician announced saturday afternoon that Kostelic will probably he taken to the University of Minnesota to Pital within a week or Ioda the University Hospital can Supply special Bath treatments to restore the lost strength in the Muscles. Or. Kostelic after tearing about the Bath treatment commented to Tony. A Well. It looks like you la have to do a lot of swimming from now on a that would suit me Fine a added Tony who As a freshman members of the College swimming team established unofficial conference records in every event for every distance that he was timed in during the first semester Tony comes by his ability naturally both of his parents being swimming enthusiast. His sister was a member of the Chisholm High school team and his brother a ninth grader is now one of the schools outstanding swimming prospects. The parents in speaking to a Tribune reporter found it hard to put into words the appreciation they Felt for the Fine things which have been done by townspeople during their son s illness. Or. Kostelic said. A my wife and i wish to extend our thank to everybody in la Crosse who helped out it s hard to express anything of this sort but we mean it from our hearts when we say everybody has been grand and that we appreciate which the explosion occurred and flame enveloped the House. Mrs. Stowe a j stocking were burned from her legs and her jacket caught fire the Gas. Which had collected in a pocket because of the Cloudy he avy weather was believed to counties May be subjected to a have been ignited by a fire near Avalanche of steel and fire and the the Well j decision rests in the hands of a a haunted morbid being who. To a Al a their eternal shame the Celina i Lotel i Hurral i fruit ii m heat have a critical by Auto Iorito a a. Shipped As a god a a a a in tit a that is the situation in Europe san Francisco a a Hood m of major proportions is rapidly developing in the Sacramento Valley after a week of almost lec Ord rainfall Federal meteorologist e. H. Fletch said saturday night. Terming the situation a critical a he named the Sacramento. Feather and american Rivers As chief danger spots. Wonder that a and ran anyone turn lol a a i 2 i aviator chases iou vital for without it. Germany can not co Grue fighting. Germany gets All he Oil Fiorin k unum la Ai j Russia and All the russian Oil shipped Acron the Black sea. If a Black sea blockade can be m. Be effective. France and Britain will win the reports from Istanbul said that French Admiral Mouren arrived there to organize anti aircraft defences of that City As Well As in turkish Black sea ports. Release Oil barges meanwhile a protest by the German minister at Belgrade brought the release of seven Large German Oil barges seized by Yugo Lav patrol boats on the Danube two trainmen killed Tampa. Fla. A up a two train men were killed saturday and a third seriously injured by explosion of the boiler of a Seaboard air line freight train locomotive at Hoyt Fla. It j. Pm in urls on that the it lacked it pc Oman nudes escape Clai t Ansu permit. The possibility of future serious complications were seen in Yugoslavia j Apt Headon of an army decree requiring special permits of All Oil barges passing through that country. Strict Pipii Cattafi could shut off the Danube to Germany As a Means of transporting Oil supplies from Rumania my Birri. Seward. unknown aviator is a her to mrs. Garth Hannah he saw a cow charging at mrs. Hannah in a feed lot he swooped Down in his plane several limes and succeeded in frightening the animal away while the woman escaped through a Fence
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