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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 31, 1940, Ogden, Utah
Weather Utah occasion re Al rain Snow in mountains Sun Day and sunday Clearing monday colder. Seventieth 280 Ogden City. Utah Idaho rain sunday monday partly Cloudy. Temperatures p. Din sat . 3sia.it Ogden 40 Omaha a. 76 59 62 65 62 56 6s is Boise 47 42 pm 62 Poland. Or 45 Butte 32 51 Salt Lake. 47 Chicago 41 71, Seattle 47 Denver 37 7l Spokane 45 los Abeles 49 70 Washington 50 jew York. This foursome to guide destinies of Bourbo Abe Murdock enters race against King announcement causes no Surprise in party circles others mentioned Muggins mentioned As successor in House democratic committeeman for Utah mayor Parks gathering facts upon which to base recommendation the question of installing Park ing meters in the downtown District unofficially several times during the past suddenly to the forefront saturday when mayor Fred m. Abbott announced he is gathering information upon which he will base a recommendation to City commissioners favouring the meters. The mayor said the majority of groups he has contacted Are in favor of metering some of the Busy thoroughfares in the business District As a Means of ameliorating the parking problem and facilitate of continued on Page 10-a, col. 1 confident Weber demos predict Victory for 40 by Louis a. Skaggs Standard examiner staff Weber county democrats elected j. Francis Fowles their chairman and enthusiastically endorsed him for Utah at a harmonious Frank Francis news and views before a los Angeles court Claus Spreckels was questioned regard ing his lost Fortune. I knew Claus Spreckels As the sugar King and on the Pacific coast he and his family were rated As wealthy beyond the dreams of avarice. Saw the convention instructed we Ber delegates to the state demo cratic convention in Salt Lake City april 20 to cast their National committeeman vote for Fowles who has been county chairman since last year when he succeeded Frank a. Jugler now a member of the state Industrial commission miss Elva a. Wilkinson Weber county recorder the past seven years was elected county vice chairman succeeding mrs. Lovina r. Bundy who had declined to be a candidate for reelection. De Vendell Secretary the past two years was reelected As was s. 1. Jeppesen treasurer. All elections were by unanimous acclamation for two year terms. The meet turks remove Allied Barrier Green Light Given Allied navies in Dardanelles newspaper asserts my was in the elks Hall. In accepting chairman Fowles to said he is not promoting Bucharest March Turkey was represented in usually Well informed Balkan diplomatic i quarters saturday As having agreed message for the National committee Post but that if it is Given him he will accept it because he thinks he can Aid this county More in that Posi Tion. In that event he would re sign his county chairmanship and the county executive committee would name a new chairman he said. Fowles predicted Victory for 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 pm Lett moreover that Turkey had agreed to Washington March 30 a representative Abe Murdock of the first congressional District of bounced saturday night that he would seek the nomination for United states senator from Utah in opposition to senator William h. King who recently announced he would seek renomination. Murdock has represented Utah s first congressional District for eight years and King has been in the Senate since 1916. No Surprise in Utah entry of Murdock in the race for democratic Nomina Tion to the United states Senate occasioned no Surprise in political circles. Some had thought however that there might be Only a two handed Battle Between Murdock and Sena Tor King but there were indications today that others would join. Delbert h. Draper Salt Lake City attorney former democratic state chairman and an Active Fig ure in party affairs for Many years was prominently mentioned. There was talk also of John s. Boyden assistant United states District at Torney and some work already has been done in his behalf. Ira a. Huggins of Ogden presi Dent of the state Senate is another whose friends have been sounding sentiment toward his candidacy for the senator ship. Since Murdock has announced some expect hug gins to seek nomination to con Gress from the first District. Holbrook mentioned still another possibility named was Ward c. Holbrook chairman of the state Public service commis Sion president of the Utah farm Bureau federation and former state senator. Holbrook also has been census army takes Field for s. Tag counters poised for ten year count of americans biggest campaign1 enumeration technically o get underway on monday final edition t rep. Abe Murdock he challenges King. Now this Man of 82 is being Pur used by his creditors and asked to Nake Good on a promissory note for Spreckels went Down in the crash Llla of 1929 and his Fortune vanished. Country when it is disappearing in think we prayer of to h have enthusiasm and a Good spirit and we Are going to he said. I Don t know of any factions that have to be gotten together and Secretary of state e. E. Monson an afternoon speaker praised ident Roosevelt representative official circles in London pro fessed no knowledge of the posed agreement with Turkey to fret Levin 1___ pro i Here was the at r a a Antish French turkish military tray such action at Al added last week in san Francisco one All Send up a of the great financiers of the West was indicted by a grand jury. I take it that his Fortune was Swal Lowed up in the depression. No one is capable of measuring the wreckage created in the 1929 Calami to. Men who thought they were immune from financial disasters have gone Down never to Rise again. How crushingly sad must be the experience of those who had Money of Burn and now have nothing Ujj. Cd v cd. Thanks to god for being Able la Ake a voice in our own govern ment for the right to speak with and for a free out restraints earlier in the Parnell chairman j Zuj Tion of 1936 to which Turkey a party. Conven was mentioned As a possible candidate for governor. A third candidate for the Senate announced saturday but under the Independent Banner. John u Webster of Salt Lake City in his announcement referred to himself As a super new dealer and said his platform will lean towards the democratic party. Descendant of a Handcart Pio silence is held demo ability Roosevelt should speak says Westerner for Unity of party Washington March 30 a Johnson . Declared saturday night that presi Dent Roosevelt while keeping silent on the third term Issue had a spooned and torpedoed other potential presidential candidates until the democratic party was floundering in the coloradans who is support ing senator Wheeler a Mont for the democratic nomination added in a statement if the president intends to go through with it and accept the nomination no one can Well com Plain because smart politics Are played in that cold blooded Way but if at the eleventh hour he should abandon the scuttled demo cratic ship he must accept the responsibility for the disaster which is so obviously and relentlessly bearing Down upon Johnson said that the president is certain to be nominated for a third term unless he positively re fuses to accept the the practical hard boiled he added want the president to run tort l. Nit Yitoi Vejil. La run Neer Webster is a native of Cedar i for the simple reason that he can Ity where he operated a livestock operated a livestock business before coming to Salt Lake City to enter the building Busi Ness. Their families reared in luxury and made soft by pampering must be finding the Road they Are travel ing rough and heart breaking. Better never to have had a by Fortune than to have possessed one and lost beyond recovery. That is to say it is better from the standpoint of emotional re action which carries regrets and distressing memories. Invited to address the Aero i spent a pleasant two hours Vith them on thursday evening. They Are a group of 35 boys and devoted to a study of _ making of candidate for state democratic chairman had ured party Unity behind new Deal social legislation for the underprivileged District judge Lewis Jones of Bingham City another speaker defended recent supreme court decisions and opposed voting restrictions against those on Relief the City county building now nearing completion Here came m for discussion when state Sena to chairman of the convention resolutions commit a Resolution Corn county officers for the continued on Page 10-a, col. Of British scout Russ claims Murdock whose Home is Beaver has served four terms in Congress a lawyer and former City and county attorney in Congress he has been a member of the House Judi Ciary committee and of the special committee which investigated the at the Helm. London a observers today brushed aside russian Premier foreign com Missar Vya Chesloff some sources interpreted Molo Toff s foreign policy review before a joint session of the preme soviet Russia s Leisi Broad it re that the soviet wanted to o resum t Trade negotiations with brat episcopal Blessing sought for couples twice married by Mary Elizabeth aeronautics and Model planes. They Are enthusiastic and Are Noc Only dreamers but build models in mint new York mar. 30 a liberalization of the episcopal Church Laws regarding divorce and re marriage of divorced per sons has been recommended by a committee of women in the Church after a two year study continued on Page 3-a, col. I out the resent episcopal Church Law prohibits the marriage of divorced persons except that of the innocent party in a divorce for adultery and then Only after certain investigations and Deci Sions by the Bishop or an ecclesiastical court. The committee recommended if a divorced person who has been in communion with his Church desires to remarry after a reasonable time and desires As does the partner of his second marriage the blessings of the Church this might Well be be stowed when the Parish priest or a suitable committee Are assured _ afer examination of the Circum stances involved of the genuine desire and purpose of Bof Par Tio pants to Lead a Christian life the report added however that no priest unwilling to perform such a ceremony should be required to do the committee is in compleat it said that Perl sons remarried after divorce should not for that reason be deprived of holy communion excommunication is the most Seri Ous deprivation that can be in the report was prepared by the committee of women at the re quest of the House of Bishops of the Church to cooperate with a commission of the House which is studying the same for probable action by ,.ub eral convention which will m Kansas City mo., next Ber. National labor relations Board. Murdock entered Congress by defeating Don b. Colton in the demo cratic landslide of 1932 by a Nar Row margin and in the three succeeding campaigns won by Large majorities. He is considered an administration supporter while King has severely criticized some new Deal policies. Murdock supported Laws creating the holc Cha pea spa regulation of the Stock mar Ket through the Sec and payment of adjusted compensation certificates to veterans while reduction in pensions to disabled veterans. Murdock has practice Law in Beaver More than 20 years. I father was also a lawyer. He i 46, married and has six children a sister mrs. W. W. Barrett re sides in Ogden. During the Day another Western or senator Schwartz a Wyo declared he favored a third term for the president. Schwartz previously silent on the third term Issue told reporters Fiat in View of conditions through out the world i think it highly advisable that the president remain by Irving perimeter Washington March 30 army of census takers rested its Arches today ready to trudge to each Doorstep in America for the biggest question Campaign of the decade. The Zero hour will be twelve one a. M. Monday though count won l actually begin until tuesday everyone alive at that moment Wil be counted disregarding either births or deaths a few minutes later. Four other censuses will go on at the same time. The censuses of manufacturers and other Busi Ness such As wholesalers and retailers started Jan. 2 and Are still operating. A tally of housing and agriculture will Start next week. Population enumerators will Start their rounds on tuesday because of a technicality. Ten years ago Congress ordered censuses to begin on april 2 each decide because april 1, 1930, was a sunday. Things to be tabulated include not Only the age sex and Loca Tion of every person but such other items As individual income from wages up to 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 Tab ulate the number acreage and value of farms and farm buildings nature and acreage of different crops mortgage indebtedness and number of workers. Population figures for the nation and each state must by Law be reported to the president by dec. 1, and May be available several weeks earlier than that. In 1930 the count was now it is estimated at roughly Churchill warns Neutral nations in hostile talk Britain s Churchill hits defiant note the Wyoming senator made Plain his belief however that there were other candidates fitted for the presidency who could be called on if or. Roosevelt refused to run again. Hinckley talks at Ai Jjo n f a Fresno calif., March 30 a aviation was declared growing so fast that it almost defies planning by Robert h. It Hinckley chairman of the United states civil aeronautics authority Here saturday. Hinckley addressed a Western aviation planning conference at representatives from four tates and the army and Navy Dis cussed Airport and other needs of the future. California Nevada Utah and Arizona were represented. Hinckley predicted that by 1942 Lirline traffic would be double that it is today that there would e certified pilots As com ared to today s and an increase in civilian aircraft from to Salt Lake City was named As Ost City for the next conference. Mid West accent for voice Appeal candidates told Washington mar. 30 a this tip for presidential prospects came today from the East Ern Public speaking conference a Man who talks with a mid Western general american accent is Likely to have a larger voice Appeal than an easterner or southerner. Walter Wilke of new York University said that a Survey he made with Joseph Snyder also of n. Y. U., showed that audiences had a considerably greater preference for the mid West pronunciation. This Large scale business started under president Washington in 1790 and has been repeated every 10 years. The Constitution ordered it to give each state its proper share in the House of representatives. Next to the population total the figure most sought in the census will be the count of the unemployed first such tabulation in his tory. This figure May be the basis of far reaching legislation in the future. Another first timer will be a tabulation of How people have moved around in the last five years such As the migration of Midwest Ern Farmers out of the dust bowl Italy guarantees Hungary Freedom Budapest March a renewed guarantee by Italy of hungarian Independence was the outcome of the visit to Rome of Premier count pal Teleky this week authorities said today. The Premier was assured they said that the recent meeting of Reich fuehrer Hitler and Premier Mussolini did not affect Hungary s status. British list 133 nazi planes Down London March a British tabulation tonight listed 133 German planes As shot Down a the British alone since the Start of the War with 26 other enemy aircraft reported damaged so much they might not have reached Home. Nazis predict More exposes gleefully hint explosive u. Diplomatic revelations by Louis p. Lochner Berlin March 30 Man officialdom 24 hours after unleashing a diplomatic Blitzkrieg of 16 documents about alleged United states pre War diplomacy leaned Jack tonight in Gleeful Contemp la Ion and promised even More explosive sensations need try to prove an Ali i to the effect he was Misander Tood or that he was misquoted by Olish said one official peaking of the documents to come. Spokesmen would not commit themselves As to precisely what statesmen would be named in the forthcoming release although one hinted that the German govern ment is in Possession of direct communications by the United states ambassador to Paris Wil Liam c. Bullitt. Yesterday s White Book made up of 16 documents said to have been taken As spoils of Conquest from the vaults of the Warsaw foreign office purported to quote bullitt and u. Ambassador to London Joseph p. Kennedy at length the quotations being attributed to diplomatic reports of polish diplomats in Washington Paris and Lon Don made in late 1938 and the first half of 1939. These reports were wholly de Nied by official Washington nevertheless German officials expressed themselves today As completely satisfied with the effects o speech follows demands for More vigorous War drive War like Harangue Germany Britain s Lone foe admiralty lord tells world by Drew m1dbletojv London March 30 a pugnacious Winston Church in Britain s first lord of the admiralty coupled a new warning of intensification of the War saturday night with the significant hint that Brit am scarcely could be expected m the future to take As a matter of course interpretations of neutrality which give All advantages to the aggressor. The belligerent speech Broadist to America and elsewhere re called the first lord s declaration of january 20 in which he called on Europe s anxious neutrals to join _ the allies in United action to bring the War against Germany to a speedy end. Y continued demands it followed closely too. Upon continuing demands from various quarters in great Britain for a More vigorous prosecution of the some quarters saw a distinct re action Between Churchill s Asser Ion that time has been on our Lac is a changeable ally Vith the Treasury s annual state Nen showing a deficit of War the Britain s expenditures for the totalled pounds about against revenues of their Surprise move and let every one know that compared to the Vintage material that is in the offing the White Book was Chea just when the Vintage stuff is coming was not disclosed. Officials shrugged their shoulder when asked and said it take time to sift and translate every it was obvious however that they had the next Batch of diplomatic ammunition ready for fir ing. The officials invited foreign Cor respondents to inspect the documents found in Warsaw. Al the reports bore various official signatures in Vari coloured pencils and were underscored in places and liberally annotated. Norway protests nazi Torp doing of Steamer Oslo March 30 a nor Way protested to Germany today Over a German submarine s Torpe doing and sinking the Steamer Stenstad off the Irish coast feb. 15. The vessel was in route from Turkey to Norway. S., stubbornly following Stimson policy sees unrecognized people total 150 million Washington March 30 conquests and changing frontiers abroad Are calling sharply to the attention of United states officials an impasse created by the american Doc Trine of non recognition of territory acquired through Force. The doctrine enunciated by former Secretary of state Henry i. Stimson is placing the United states in the position of refusing to recognize an Ever expanding portion of the world s area. At this moment the populations of rather former within the doctrine total around persons. The imposing list is As follows Manchukuo people Ethiopia Albania Poland Czecho Slovakia China under Japan total six countries Austria Falls into a somewhat different category for two Rea sons the absorption by Germany was voted in a plebiscite this government was informed for Mally of the action by the aus Trian government and diplomatic associations ended thereupon Stimson Secretary of state under Herbert Hoover stated his policy in january 1932, when Japan seized Manchuria and set it up As a so called Independent state named Manchukuo. He probably hoped his non recognition doctrine would Force Japan to retire from Manchukuo. At any rate he could not have foreseen the Many other in stances where it would have to be applied. He left office with Only one instance of non recognition on the but his successor Cordell Hull continued the policy unchanged As hit Ler and Mussolini acquired one country after another through Force or the threat of Force. Pounds about despite a 35-per cent in come tax and other heavy levies the 1940-1941 War budget to Fie announced april 23 is expected to run around pounds about new and higher taxes Are anticipated. Offers Japan Accord Churchill s assertion that there is no need for Russia to be drawn into this struggle unless she wishes it so and that we have no quarrel with the italian or the japanese reiterated the British wish to confine the War to Hitler and the nazi German it is no part of our policy to seek War with he said asserting All is quiet on the Western front and today also thus far nothing has happened on the sea or in the he went on but More than a million German soldiers including nearly All their Active divisions and armoured Divi Sions Are drawn up ready to strike at an hour s notice All the frontiers of Luxembourg Holland Belgium. At any moment those Neutral countries May be subjected to an Avalanche of steel and fire and the decision rests in the hands of a haunted morbid being who to their eternal shame the German people in their bewilderment have worshipped As a god. Intensified struggle it seems to me that intensification of the struggle is to be expected and we certainly Are by no Means inclined to shrink from he declared the British had not tried to conceal from themselves the terrible Side of War but were convinced that our resources and our manpower once developed match those of the enemy As Churchill spoke informed London sources were of the opinion that the Allied War Council had decided thursday that a tighten no of the blockade against Ger Many s Ore ships from Scandinavia and a stronger contraband control n the Pacific were the Best Means of closing gaps in the blockade. Diplomatic circles believed the scandinavian and Pacific sea drives would be synchronized with economic and diplomatic advances n Southeastern Europe where continued on Page 10-a, col. 3 s. L republicans install officers Salt Lake City March 30 Lake county Republic ans gathered Here saturday for heir committee reorganization con mention elected David h. Thomas county chairman and installed a Ull slate of supporting officers in in atmosphere of Complete har Sony. David j. Wilson of Ogden state arty chairman spoke briefly Call Rig for Harmony and proposing that republicans let democrats do the internal fighting
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