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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1936, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MARCH 7 1936 ot the reichswehr regular army would be as unostentatious as a dramatic symbol that Ger many at least is free of her bonds of humiliation But with brass band music and Bntiaircraft guns the first detach ment marched into Cologne through narrow streets aflame with waving swastika flags and before a wildly cheering population The soldiers had waited for or ders at the border of the demilitar ized zone throughout the night In the early morning hours they moved swiftly into the district Adjacent to Cathedral Their first military parade began at 3 p m on Hye Square adjacent to the Cologne Cathedral A shocked Europe greeted Hit lers moves with tisse acts France decided to submit the Locarno denunciation to the league of nations council Premier Sarraut called the French war council in to session and army officials moved to cancel all military leaves prob ably tonight Italy informed first of the Ger man move was reported unwilling to put into effect her guarantees under Locarno British Foreign Sec retary Anthony Eden conferred swiftly with French and Italian ambassadors the Belgian cabinet was called into Monday Creates Grave Crisis saw Hitlers thrust as creating a grave crisis likely to dwarf the ItaloEthiopian Der fuehrer packed into his 2 hour reichstag speech and diplo matic declaration more action and more proposals than Europe has heard on one occasion for years He said 1 Germany is from Lo carno because the FrancoRussian treaty violated it 2 German troops are movin into the demilitarized zone createi by the seven power mutual secur ity pact 3 Germany is ready to creat a new demilitarized zone providei France and Belgium create one in their territories too Will Sign Pacts 4 Germany will sign nonaggres sion pacts with France and Belgium in the west and with Lithuania in the east providing Lithuania agrees to respect the autonomy of Memel territory 5 Germany will sign an air pact with her western neighbors and is willing to have Italy and Great Bri tain guarantee these pacts Hollan too may join if it desires 6 Germany would reenter the league of nations if that organiza tion is disassociated with the treaty of Versailles for with reentry of troops into the Rhineland and the freeing of all German soil the rea sons for the reichs withdrawal from Geneva no longer exist a The memorandum to foreign pow ers was incorporated in the reich 1 stag speech Violate Rhine Pact It declared France had replied friendly offers tenderedit f again and again by Germany and i t to Germanys assurance of friend ship by violating the Rhine pact s and by signing a military alliance directed exclusively against Ger I inany t Germany therefore the mem orandum went on no longer con Eiders herself bound to this now de funct pact The document then announced the reich in the interest of the prim itive right of a nation to procure her own Borders and to safeguard her possibilities of defense was re claiming full unmitigated sover eignty of the reich in the demilitar ized zone of the Rhineland r It concluded with Germanys pro posals for erection of a system of new European peace safeguarding the last of which said May ReEnter League Now that Germans equality at last is finallyachieved and full sov ereigntyover the whole reich terri tory is reestablished the reich gov ernment regards the principal grounds for its withdrawal from the league of nations removed Itis ready to reenter the league in expectation that in due course by amicable negotiation the ques tion of colonial equality as well as the question of separation the league of nations covenant from its Versailles base shall be cleared up Leading up to his attack on the FrancoRussian pact der fuehrer declared he had again and again but too often in build a bridge of under atanding reaching over to the French people He pleaded Pleads for Peace Why shouldnt it be possible to break off the purposeless quarrel of centuries that did not and could not bring a final decision to either of these two peoples and to substitute for it considerations of higher com mon sense The German people are not in terested in having France suffer nor vice versa He did not he said decline co operation with Rusia but with the bolshevism that lays claim to ruling the world I do not want Hitler told his reichsag the horrors of commun istic international dictatorship and hate to descend upon the German people form Repeatedly his words brought the reichstag to its feet When he announced the reoccupation of the Rhineland his Opernhaus hearers rose and stood shouting and beat ing their hands together for fully five minutes Members Applaud Him Continually the members shouted sehr richtigr quite Der fuehrer after a swift review of a detachment of his blackshirt guard der Schutz Staffel entered the hall and quickly got down to business He sat down in the front of the auditorium for a few minutes with Dr Hjalmar Schacht his economics minister while Gen Hermann Wil helm Goering reichstag president called the tense meeting to order The American ambassador Wil liam E Dodd sat in the front row of the diplomatic gallery but the French and British envoys remained at their embassies to keep their gov ernments informed of the swiftly moving developments Von Fapen There The German ambassador to Aus tria Franz von Papen sat in a front row seat with the deputies Hitler sometimes clapping his hands together sometimes waving his arms drove his points home swiftly from one surprise to an other until the jaws of the deputies and his listeners in the galleries al most literally dropped open Each time the surprises were fol lowed by thunderous applause After his speech returning to the chancellery from the reichstag der fuehrer drove through solid lines of waving and shouting crowds which had heard the address by ra dio Given Great Ovation In front of the chancellery thou sands were massed to give him an ovation Hitlers speech occupied 78 type written pages and the delivery too about two hours Hitler told the foreign envoy that several battalions of the reich swehr regular army would ente the left bank of the tarized by both the Locarno pac and the treaty of the stroke of noon In Unostentatious Manner The occupation he declared would be carried out in the most un Again he warned the world of the inroads of the destructive revolu tionary Asiatic conception of life and said he trembled for Europe should the chaos of the bolshevik revolution prove successful Quotes Russian Figures Hitler quoted Russian army fig lires said the soviet had 1350000 men under arms and a vast military reserve tank and air power and declared this gigantic army would completely upset Europes balance of power were it allowed He disclaimed territorial claims in Europe and pledged his people to do everything that will bring to realization the high ideals of peace ful cooperation He concluded with a plea that Germany strengthen me in my faith and to support me in my struggle for real peace at the elec tions late this month Der feuhrer was in campaign ostentatious manner possible mere y as a symobl that the reich feit tself free from the Locarno provis ons Troops were in evidence at Ander ach Deutz and Cologne in the Rhineland and military planes bc an to fly over Cologne the city on he Rhine in western Germany at on Hopes ran high in the Rhineland that the demilitarization might come peacefully but surely so that the dense population might share in some economic advantages re sulting from increased industrial and building activities more free circulation of money and needs for more guns cannon and other im plements of war Aivare of Seriousness With France so near however the people in the Rhineland were more than any others aware of the seriousness of the situation Adolf Hitler before the reichstag in the moment of crisis opened his address with a historical retrospect on the World war paying tribute especially to Woodrow Wilson whose conceptions in which a new era and a better world were envis aged have reached the ears of hu manity Der fuehrer acknowledged the Wilson thesis of an endeavor to give new laws governing the rela tions of peoples toward each other and to fill them with a new spirit from which an institution might grow that as a league of all na tions might be destined to bring peoples nearer each other in mutual regard and understanding Feel for Magic Power No people feel for the magic power of this fantasy more than the Germans he declared Hitler asserted that the entire world fell into this period of lasting tension and continued crisis must be ascribed to a lack of common sense with which the problems of the nations were treated both in dividually and among each other Then followed der fuehrers oft repeated structures against the treaty of treaty which ended the World war and the military clauses of which he had already shattered with his an nouncementof rearmament of Ger many He declared Versailles was a clas sical example of how a war should not be ended Covenant Worthless The league of nations covenant he contended became worthless be cause it tied up with the Versailles treaty whiicb he said divided the world into victors and vanquished Worst of all is the spirit of hatred inherent in this treaty which took possession of the general men tality of people he said Hitler drew a gloomy picture of world conditions today which he said were very opposite to the vis ion of former United States Presi dent Woodrow Wilson Wherever we look we experience a flareup of domestic and foreign disorders he asserted No Year Passes No year passes In which some where upon this earth there has not THREE DEAD IN PRISON BREAK Warden Convict Passerby Slam During Attempt at Escape SIOUX FALLS S Dak Three men including a prison war den were dead and three others wounded Saturday as the result of a brothers attempt to free his kin from the South DaSbta state peni tentiary here The dead were Eugene Reiley 72 warden of the penitentiary Phil Ray convict serving a term for bank robbery and Berian Meisel 22 Webster S Dak The wounded are George Collins deputy sheriff condition serious Clyde Carrier who promoted the escape condition critical and Miss Freda Rausch slightly wounded Dramatic Suddenness The prisonbreak came with dra matic suddenness in midafternoon Friday after 15 year old Clyde had visited his brother Harold Carrier serving a term for robbery in the penitentiary Clyde who arrived Friday after hitchhiking from Kansas City had two guns and he told Harold of his plan to free him Harold approved the scheme and took one of the guns The pair then covered guards and trusties took the turnkeys ring releasd Ray from another cell and fled with Warden Reiley as host age Then followed a series of auto mobile thefts running gunfights with officers and final surrender less than an hour later about five miles from the prison Sunday at Local Cherches THE GOLDEN TEXT Luke shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy strength and with all thy mind and 1 II 1 ir thy neighbor as thyself Wounded in Flight Reiley was fatally wounded dur ing the flight in the exchange of shots After a running fight with offi cers in which Ray was killed Meisel came along in his car carrying liis fiancee Miss Rausch Both were wounded as the gunmen fired and Heisel died later at a hospital here Miss Rauschs wounds were not considered serious Before the fleeing men could tart Meisels automobile a posse arrived on the scene and after an xchange of shots the Carriers sur endered Ray was found dead in he machine and Reiley was fatally wounded Clyde Carrier was ser ously wounded BAPTIST Perm crosses Eas State street a m workers prayer circle in study a m church school a m morn ing worship with sermon Theme Those Macedonian Christians 5 to p m training classes in child psychology Old Testament worship and world vision Dr H D Holman M D speaks in the psychology classon The Theraputic Value of Religion Tuesday p m the board of trustees and finance commission meet at the parsonage Wednesday p m neighborhood cottage meetings at Hugh Magner home 625 Third street northeast J C Robinson home 37 Linden Drive and other places Thursday p m fin ance committee meets at the par sonage Saturday 2 p m junior choir 3 p m pastors class in the study J Lee Lewis pastor CATHOLIC St at 8 and Rosary and benedic tion 4 p m The Rt Rev James K Cassiday M A and the Rev Carl E Kurt assistant Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 8 and a m The Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer and the Rev William Mullen assistants Lehigh Catholic every Sundayat 9 a m Confessions before mass Catechism 15 minutes after Rev A J Bohrer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject Man Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meet ing p m Reading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CONGREGATIONAL Miracle Interpreted ng folly Hitler said it was quite ear that without a marked change in mentality there never could be eal peace in the world There are politicians who seem to feel secure only when their neighbors are badly off the worse off the better he declared Giving the pomorze Polish cor ridor as an example Hitler as serted I wish the German people would understand that although it affects us painfully that an access to the sea for a nation of 32000000 Poland should cut through Ger man territory it is unreasonable to deny such a great nation that access It is unsound statesmanship to attempt change by force because such an attempt would inevitably create an atmosphere of pressure and counterpressure Family of Nations Europe after all is a family of nations and it cannot be imagined as otherwise Any attempt to solve European problems otherwise than with calm reason would lead to regrettable reactions Hitler vigorously denied that the socalled German question con sisted of an alleged love of war by the German people a dormant in tention to attack or a devilish clev erness in outwitting her oppon ents One German question consists in something quite different he de clared No Less Industrious been an audible roar of weapons in stead of a ringing of peace bells Who can wonder if from such tragic disappointment the confidence of the nations in the justice of the or der of things was shaken and seems to fail in so catastrophic a man ner Der fuehrer drew a vividpicture of religious economic human and political revolutions which he said had ensued since 1918 referring especially to the Russian revolution We are not to be blamed for this development because it was not within our power or ken to give the world ideals or even laws of life after our terrible breakdown and at a time of humiliation and de fensive maltreatment he said Sees Roaring Folly Describing previous treatment of Germany by other nations as roar On very limited not everywhere fertile soil some 67000000 people are living That is about 136 per square kilometer These people are no less indus trious than other European peoples but they are also no less desirous of the good things of life They are no less intelligent but they are also no more cowardly and under no circumstances are they less honorable than members of other European peoples Hitler contended that indecent elements 10 longer were within Germany but living mostly as emi grants with some international host Pleading for Germany to have a share in the worlds buying and selling Hitler stated emphatically Need No Special Aid The German people need no spe cial aid for maintaining their iife They merely wish to havo no less favorable chances than those af forded other nations Herein lies the one German question To master this question he de clared Germany must posses a feel ing of political equality and with that one of political security The man who desired to save Germany from Bolshevism had necessarily also to bring about a decision for solution of the question of Germanys equality with other nations he declared This fight for German equality which I have conducted for three years isnot a raising of a European question but it is a solution He said he regarded it as a tragic misfortune that the French people believed it to be to their interests to adhere firmly to the provisions of Versailles Used o Inequality The restitution of Germanys equality Hitler said wag especial ly difficult because Germanys neighbors had become so used to her inequality will be the topic of the morning ser vice Music numbers by the choir under the direction of Mrs W L Bennett will include an anthem Open Our Eyes by MacFarlane and The Lord Our God Is Mighty by Coerne sung by Miss Ann Over gaard and Ear Dean Morning wor ship is held at At the Sunday school hour convenes under the leadership of C E Oilman su perintendent Selfdenial boxes are being given to different classes for offerings during the Easter season At the Pilgrim Fellowship will meet for the second meeting dur ing the Lenten season on the gen eral theme The Christian Life Through the Eyes of Our Contem poraries Herman M Knudson will speak on Christian Life as a Busi nessman Sees It Bud Bowen will have charge of devotions On Wednesday evening the sec ond supper meeting of the Lenten season will be held under the di rection of Mrs J W Lorenz The theme will be What is Spirit uality Reservations for the sup per must be made by Tuesday night CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school Shan non Kollman superintendent morn Jng worship anthem by choir But the Lord is Mindful of His Own Mendelssohn sermon I Be lieve in Christ Christian Endeavor high school and Young Peo ples department evening service vocal solo by Wallace Allen Jerusalem Thou That Killeth the Prophets Mendelssohn sermon When Jesus Wept David L Kratz pastor Mrs Wallace Allen organist Miss Dikka Moen choir tiansen Evening service at sponsored by Luther league Topic Father Forgive Ellen ewburg leader Scripture and reading by Reynold Anderson Sunday school teachers and officers Monday at 8 Lenten service Wednesday at Study and discussion on Isaiah 42 19 Choir rehearsal Wednesday at South division Thursday at 2 with Mrs E G Nygren 240 Twentieth street southeast Broth erhood Thursday at 8 at the church Albin Larson and Lloyd Rhoden baugh commitee Mr Boyce of the high school faculty will give an electrical demonstration Confirma tion class Saturday at T Erholm pastor Our Saviors Jefferson and Twentyfifth street Morning worship at 9 Sermon theme by Andrew Oakland mission ary from Africa Music by junior and senior choirs Sunday school at 10 with classes for all ages Con innation classes Saturday at H 0 Unless pastor St Sixth street south Sunday school 9 a m Helmer Kepplinger superinten dent Ella Woisnak secretary and reasurer American service at 10 Theme Our Faith and Christ Boys choir will sing Ger man services at 11 a m Text St Matthew 15 2128 English Lenten service Wednesday p m Theme The Cross Brotherhood will meet Thursday 8 p m in the church parlors with Henry Wan drey serving Confirmation in struction Wednesday and Saturday Senior choir Wednesday evening after Lenten service and boys choir Saturday Special sermon for the young people on March Oswald E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania service a m director EVANGELICAL Adams avenue north west Sunday school with graded instruction morning service for worship three groups of young folks meet evening services Monday Al bright brotherhood meeting at the church Tuesday Young Peo ples Missionary Circle meets Wed nesday midweek prayer ser C Brunemeier minister LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware a m graded Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English service 11 a m German service The pastor will preach on They Hate MeWithout Cause according to John 15 1825 Monday evening the adult class meets at the parsonage at Wednesday eve ning at and Saturday morning at 9 confirmation instruction Wed nesday evening the Ladies Aid di vision 2 meets at the home of Mrs Fred Groh 931 Eighth street north east Wednesday evening at 8 Ger man Lenten service Thursday eve ning at English Lenten senice The pastor will preach on Today Thou Shalt Be With Me in Para dise Friday evening the Waltber league meets at the P G and B with Fred Alec and Henry Eich mann A Hinz pastor Central Where East State crosses Connecticut second Sunday in Lent a m the church school 11 a m divine worship the sermon theme For This Is the Will of God Even Your Sanctification I Thessaloni ans to 7 Prelude Unfinished Symphony Schubert anthem My Lord Thy Will Be Done Dauks offertory I Waited for the Lord Mendelssohn postlude Cor onation March Meyerbeer Sun day p m The Luther League devotions Monday p m the confirmation class of instruction Monday 8 p m1 the adult Bible class with Mr and Mrs Otto Grelk at 730 North Carolina avenue Wed nesday p m the Lenten ves pers The sermon theme A Gar den Which Was Walter H Kampen pastor Fifth and Jer sey southeast Morning worship at Prelude Miss Lucile Gravlie Ser mon by the Rev J O Reitan Lu theran pastor of Chicago 111 who has been invited by the pastor and the congregation for a series of evangelistic meetings beginning Sunday morning and continuing for a period of two weeks with meet ings every night except Saturday at p m Sunday school and Bi ble classes at a m J C Od den superintendent Morning ser vice at a m Preulde Mrs J 0 Gilbertson Processional choir Sermon by the Rev J O Reitan Luther league Fireside Hour will not be heldSpecial invitation to all the Sunday eve ning service at oclock with the Rev J O Reitan as the guest speaker Mrs Sverre Lee 623 South Washington avenue will be hostess to the Grant circle and friends Wednesday at p m The Roose velt circle will be entertained Thurs day at p m by Mrs J H Lien 308 Fifteenth street southeast Confirmation class Saturday at 8 a m and p m sixth and sev enth grades at a m The Search the Scripture Bible read ing for March is the book of Deu teronomy The plan is to have the book read by the parents and chil dren in the homes of members and friends as family L N Wigdahl pastor North Delaware avenue Sunday school at 9 a m Mrs W Parsons superintendent Morning service at oclock Sermon by the Rev J O Reitan as guest speaker Luther league and evening service at O L N WigdahJ pastor METHODIST Queen Esther class breakfast at Bovaird tearoom church school Judge Clarks class in courthouse church of youth Harriet Seaman director morning worship service Dedication of new hymnals Sermon theme Portraits of the the Galilean Radical dedicatory recital from the new hymnal 6 p M Young Peoples fellowship supper song service program and business meeting This will be fol lowed by a talk on Kagawa by F R E Flynn minister Sixth street southwest Sunday school mora ing worship evening service Womans prayer circle Wednesday at 2 p m in the Will Kappelman home 641 South Adams avenue Church prayer meeting Thursday evening Young Peoples Bible study and prayer meeting Friday evening in the W Schmidt minister Zion 10 a m morning worship and sermon theme A Man Named Jesus 11 a m church school Carl Grupp su perintendent Young Peoples meet ing Irvin Snyder leader Time to be announced At Olivet 10 a m church school C K Kinney superintendent a m morning worship and sermon Theme A Man Named Jesus Music by the chorus choir The Wes ley league win meet at 6 p m Lu cile Gardner leader The younger group will meet at p m Ron ald Mahlstadt leader p m song service and sermon Theme What is Friendship Music by the Young Peoples Galbreth minister PRESBYTEIUAN FirstsNinth northwest at Wash ington Rcconsecration Sunday for the membership of the congregation through reception of pledges for an other year beginning April 1 a m church school Worship ser vice of school led by the pastor on the subject Why Unite With the Church 11 a in worship Miss Stevens will play Romance Wil liams Berceuse Jarncfclt and Postlude Holmes Miss Effie Tur ner will sing The pastor will preach on the subject Through the Can Modern Russia by Berniece Boyd Monday the evening circle with Mrs H K Jones Wednesday p m midweek fellowship and study on The Prayer of Our Lord The first study will be on The Univer sality of God Friday p m the Central circle meets with Mrs J W Beck in postponed George K Davies minister East Side 10 a m Sunday school 11 a m Bible study class I 0 O F 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m church George K Daviea chaplain MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel Delaware avenue northeast Sunday school at morning preaching service at Mr Freligh will speak on the gospel of Isaiafl The young peoples service will be held at when some young people from the Free Methodist and Naz arene churches will participate in presenting a program At the regular evening service will be held Mr Freligh will speak on Whitner Bound American The ladies mis sionary prayer band will meet Wed nesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home of Mrs Hoff 515 Fourth Street E Freligh pastor Good Will North Monroe Avenue Sunday school at 2 Gospel service at 3 Spanish service at 7 Mexicanmeeting Wednesday night at 7 Mothers sewing class Thursday at 2 Junior missionary meeting Saturday at 0 Helgen Superintendent Jehovahs Witnesses meet for Bible study at 407 Ninth Street Northeast at p m The study rill be on the Memorial of Our Lords Death Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Room Y M C A 10 a m Church school m Preaching Elder 0 B Snuggins in charge Chicago Minister in Charge of Service at St Johns on Sunday The Rev clarence Parker of Chi cago will be in charge of all ser vices at the St Johns Episcopal church Sunday including Holy Com munion at 8 a m church school at a m morning prayer and ser mon at 11 a m and young peoples fellowship at p m Ban Insurance for Theater Bank Nights DES MOINES V Few deputy state insurance com missioner said the department de clined to sanction a plan to insure persons from being absent when their names are called on theater bank nights II S TAKESlTE OF GERMAN MOVE Washington Gives Share of Its Attention to New Tax Program WASHINGTON capital in tent on European affairs gave some attention also Saturday to develop ments affecting the administrations tax program and its atempt to regulate the soft coal industry Secretary Hull was advised fully of the march of German troops into the demilitarized Rhineland but maintained silence on this countrys attitude From Dr Hans Luther German ambassador to the United States came a charge that France first violated the Locarno pact which Adolph Hitler now has de nounced Congress took the day off but the question of new tax legislation was kept to the fore by a declara tion from the Chamber of Com merce of the United States that President Roosevelts program would turn upside down estab lished revenue methods Other developments The state of Pennsylvania and the federal government asked the su preme court to uphold the Guffey coal control law while 66 soft coal producers attacked its validity Unanle to determine the cause of the American air lines crash near Goodwin Ark in January the com merce department said a passenger might have interfered with the pilot Answers TO QUESTIONS ON PAGE 1 1 Head of striking New York building service employes 2 Onethird levy on undivided profits 3 Missouri Valley 4 Chicago and Memphis 5 Silas H Strawn 6 Superintendent of Iowa sol diers home at Marshalltown 7 Italy and Germany S Albia 9 Formation of a new Japanese cabinet 10 Catcher Virgil Davis and the Belgian charge daffaires to a conference Saturday after Ger manys action in violating the Lo carno past The meeting was summoned sud denly after Adolf Hitlers bomb shell in announcing military occu pation of the Rhineland in violation of the Locarno and Versailles treat ies startled the foreign office into a swift pace of conferences The French and Italian ambassa dors and the Belgian charge daf faires all represent Locarno signa tories Our learned men may enact laws and codes that are very helpful but they are at a loss to bring prosper ity to the man who spends more than he takes County Kans Republican CLOTHES Custom Tailoring Day Monday and Tuesday March 9 and 10 A REPRESENTATIVE of the Society Brand Custom Department is making a special trip from Chi cago for this event He will present a preview of the models patterns colors and fabrics that will be worn by the best dressed men this spring He will show several hundred samples of fine custom woolens also Society Brands complete line of new spring models He will personally fit customers for suits to be strictly custom tailored to individual measurements or in a readytowear size if preferred Instead of merely selecting a model from a picture you may try on various model garments and defi nitely determine in advance just how you will look in a certain style This tends to eliminate all guess all possible disappointments be our guest for this interesting and edu cational custom exhibit CUAUTY SERVICE SATISFACTION AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG I II 1 TI J FRANCE CALLS 0 A HOSTILE ACT5 Foreign Minister Delivers Strong Protest Against German Move din French foreign minister told ambassadors of three nations which signed the Locarno pact that Ger many committed a hostile act Saturday by sending troops into the Rhineland The foreign minister called the minister of Great Britain Bel gium and Italy to his office and de livered a strong protest against the German denunciation of the Lo carno treaty Flandin also called for a confer ence with the soviet ambassador He based his statement on the treaty of Versailles and declared that nazi repudiation of the demili tarized zone kills the military and naval clauses of the peace treaty Prior to the session of ambassa dors the French government can celed all army leaves The military decision resulted from a conference of high officials which also started drafting a for mal protest to the league of nations against Germanys denunciation of the Locarno treaty Premier Albert Sarraut immedi ately called a meeting of the French war council as Hitler spoke Premier Sarraut also conferred privately with President Albert Le Brun and called a full cabinet meet ing for Sunday at the Elysee palace An official conference which in cluded Sarraut Foreign Minister Flandin Maurice Gamelin chief of the general staff and Joseph Paul Boncour was in session while Hitler was speaking AMBASSADORS AT LONDON SUMMONED TO SESSION LONDON Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden summoned the French and Italian ambassadors T I fill m m W fe rft1 m m t ;