2 Ocak 1941 Tarihli Detroit Evening Times Dergisi Sayfa 1

2 Ocak 1941 Tarihli Detroit Evening Times Dergisi Sayfa 1
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IN THE NEWS YOL'R columnist is In deep water. Ho is confronted with a problem which he is unable to solve. He naturally has respect for the views of the President of the I’nlted States, who is a great and good man. Your columnist also has a high rrspect for the opinions of the late British ambassador to the I'nitcd States, who was a very high minded, ■sincere, and able British statesman. Both President Roosevelt and l.ord Lothian have been very ardent supporters of Great Britain's democratic Ideals and Imperial purposes. Lord Lothian's ability and sin cerity were recognized by Kngland to such a degree that the English government made him their official representative as ambas sador to Washington. That post is considered by the British government the most Im portant diplomatic place in the world. Lord Ixthian was believed by the British government to be the best fitted man to fill that great post. The British government kept Lord IyOthlan In that post and never removed him. He was only removed by death. Therefore, ix>rd Lothian's opinions are of exceptional im portance. They are trank opinions, ad vanced opinions, liberal opinions Perhaps we will consider them too liberal, hut they are the opinions of a devoted EngHjd*ma« Lord IyOthlan left them in clear and |»erinanent printed form for the perusal of posjerltv. They are particularly Interest ing hecniise they freely tell condi tions which existed, and aecliratelv foretell the results whiih have since occurred. They are Interesting, too, be cause they differ somewhat from the opinions forcefully expressed by President Roosevelt in his re cent speech, although both Lord Ixithlan and the President are equally devoted to the English cause—Lord Lothian as an Eng lishman. President Roosevelt as an American. YOl R columnist soul d not assume to take any personal attitude in the presentation of the views of t,hcse great men. It would seem a sort of sacrilege to Interrupt the free flow of elevated thought and of careful and conscientious recommendation from these authoritative sources b\ the intrusion of minor opinion President Roosevelt's v iew * were printed in exteiiso Monday It Is not necessarv nor desirable to give I-ord Lothian's at such length, but verbatim extracts from his writings are printed herewith tt'-r'HE Trtaty of Vrr -1 saillet•• impost d two thing* upon her (Ger many). First, a client re duction in territory, n loss of colonies, and heavy repa rations. Second, ‘defe use lessness’ ap ci in s 1 her neighbours through tin un ilateral dis a r inti rn en t -Clause eif Pert I oi the treaty. Sinei 191 8 this ’in re/naiity' for Germany has. in fart, bet n Frances ‘si runty.* " “It is, then, ‘iiirepialit y that Germany is absolutely determined to get rid of today. It in coin d liability to the Hull r invasion and to incidents like the yet scut mrl situation, ft meant that, in practice, the neigh bours of Germany roubl consult about Fiuropea n problems, while fit rmnny was kept outside the door, and then ask her to ‘sign (Continued on Next Page, Col. t) In the Times Today Parr BMtrr Health 12 "Biira” B*pr • 2* 1 * Oomr-Wof-fl Fl/7V Dally Phort Story 12 . y V Purling 12 Financial 1 E<twi n C Hill Ratio** Cartoon 1 ’ Hornarnpe f##r>prai Jotin«nn • ■* I'la Jran Kain I #l Magatlnt Page 12 Paul Mailnr •'* Mnvlt Program* 21 Pattern ... l'» * Pitfall* of l,' ve" !•’ Ha/tFj Program* .......... . - ftiplrv 2< Rohlnaor .. Halan R wlaM i’ Dam*•- Rtin\> n ■ H S'K'frty I sWt# r* 2 1 \: 1 P* i£t Prtfrr V, tnt Ada 2 1 *' U-nrhi!' ... " Mhtnc Ur V. .12 U *■ t • an• «f t Fagts 14 IS 1? ITALY GREETS NAZI AIRMEN White House Backs Curb On Inflation ; ' x By EDWARD B. LOCKETT Infl Nrwb Mmlrr Mass ( tirrri|Min4rnt v'JA'ASHINGTtON, Jan, 2. The White House today gave tacit ap proval to the sweeping changes in the federal government’s fiscal structure proposed by the federal reserve board for the avowed pur pose of forestalling any inflation that migiu result from the present emergency. Jy Presidential Secretary Stephen T Early said-Dwt the recommen dations made by Board Chair man Mariner S. Eccles and gen erally regarded as designed to strip President Roosevelt of many of his extraordinary monetary powers— had been submitted to ihe Chief Executive before they were made public. Asked specifically if Mr Roose velt approved th< Eccles report.’ Early said- T -L "It was made with the knowl- ! edge <i| the President and I think the President regards it as something tor Congress to consider and study. "It is under study here and in the treasury department. STI DIED BY TRE \SI RY “The rejMirt was made with Ihe lull knowledge of the Presi dent because Eccles brought the report To me last Tuesday and I even worked out the press rc lease for him. “Despite Ihe headlines I \ don't think that you are going to find any fight between the President, the board and the treasury. 7 Simultaneous with Early’s state ment. Secretary of Treasury Mor genthau held a press conference and told reporters that the pro posed credit control plan "is under study by the treasury. But be vond that assertion. Morgenthau refused to go. T) e federal reserve system asked for extraordinary powers to con trol tiie nation's monetary and bank credit systems, at tacked the administration's “easy money'' [Kilicy as going too far and forecast a situation that threatens the de fens- program and "the national economy as ,a whole ” It recommended a gradual in en <se in taxes until federal rev enues equal spending end cautioned that a "balanced budget" js essen tial if monetary responsibility is to be discharged effectively." , Sales Tax Stamps Sought in New Bill Tim*** Mass i nrrewponient LANSING. Jan 2. Revision of the sales tax law to require mer chants to purchase sales tax stamps and affix them to all par cels when sold will be proposed to ihe Legislature next week in a bill prepared by George N. Higgins. Ferndalc Republican. Higgins said his plan would boost sales tax revenue 520.000.000 a year A Special Supplement "HEADLINES OF 1940" Reviewing a Dramatic Year With PAGES OF PICTURES -- > — O This Added Section With January 5 SUNDAY TIMES D ETROTH#prfM E S Only Detroit Newspaper Carrying International -J? Newa Service and Completa Sport Dispatches 41 ST YEAR, NO. 94 SWEARING IN THE NEW GOVERNOR mm -<r» *, s'* V * X"" ,> * .iV t \• r 7 >' * * '' e w Njf t r 1 t f (J ..jd&mpK _ by o«tr*4t Timm AH Hfbty rw*ry§€ fiOV. Ml KRAY F) \AN WAGONER CHIEF JUSTICE EDWARD M. SHARPE . . .Michigan’s new governor pictured taking his oath of office. . . Graft Defendants Lose New Move ’ k V mi The identification of grand jury defendants solely by their pictures was upheld today by Circuit Judge Earl C. Pugsley as he denied the motion of a defense attorney to obtain dismissal of his two clients on policy conspiracy indictments. Atty. Samuel F. Plat, represent ing suspended policeman Frank Barnett and Fred Lindenbcrg. moved at their arraignment on the state's information that indict ments against them he dismissed on grounds they were identified at their examinations only by photos, and not in person. In denying the motion. Judge Pugsley termed the objection to the identification a super techni cality." "Judge Homer Ferguson held them tor trial because he took judicial notice of the fact the pictures identified were pictures of men sitting before him," Judge Pugsley said However, he said. Plat could pe tition to reopen the examination on the identification question. Plat said he would, although Spe cial Prosecutor Chester P. O'Hara objected. The denial of the motion was significant because several other defendants were identified only by pictures. Although they were sitting in court at the time, state witnesses failed to identify them in' person. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2,1941 Drunken Officer's VietimDies With the death In Receiving Hospital early today of Alexan der Rudy. 53-year-old dishwasher, Homicide Inspector John O. Whit man said that he would ask a manslaughter warrant for Patrol man Thomas I'rquhart, who shot. Rudy while on a drunken spree early Christmas morning. Rudy died at 12:35 a. m. today after doctors had fought desper ately to save him for over a week. He was shot in the left side just below the heart. An autopsy will be hold today. I’rquhart was taken from his cell early this morning for an interview with newspapermen who informed him that Rudy had died. STUNNED BY NEWS Tiie patrolman appeared stunned | at the news and for several] moments stood head down and dejected “I don’t know what to say," he said as his eyes slowly tilled with tears. “It certainly was the furthcrest thing from my mind to kill anybody." He asked when Rudy had died and then said: “There isn’t anything I can say about it. If there was any thing I could do to undo the wrong that I’ve done I’d do it, but it’s too iate now.” When he returned to his cell. Urquhart collapsed and had to be revived. The shooting occurred at 6:30 a. m. Christmas morning at Wood ward avenue and Vernor highway. According to witnesses, Urquhart. who has been dismissed from Ihe jxiliee toree. was shooting at an other man at the time he hit Rudy Rudy is survived h> a step, daughter Mrs Nancy Hutchins. 1 26 of 2727 East Jefferson avenue. His former wife. Mrs Mary Karr, lives at 3041 Holbrook avenue. Frank Lloyd Wright lo Get Royal Medal LONDON, Jan. 2 (INSI j King George VI today approved the recommendation of the Royal Institute of British Architects to grant the royal gold medal for architecture to Frank Lloyd Wright, famous American archi tcct 11 v Wf'fOfii mon (/; “Seizure of Irish coastal bases by Hitler would afford him a tremendous advantage in his encircling, blockade of England." L.rr may be next on Hitler's list, writes Paul Mallon. Page 28. “These pleasant, popular people, who seem to take life and each other so easily beneath the skin are exactly like the miserable, self-conscious folk. They, too, nre wondcripg what It Is all about. But they have learned one great truth.” Elsie Robinson w-rites about self-consciousness. Page 12. "We should take advantage of what sunlight there Is and get out tn it." Dr. Logan Clendening offers a few health suggestions. Page 12. GOP Declares War at Lansing •• / Time* Staff Correspondent LANSING, Jan. 2.—While lead ers of both parties pleaded for peace. Republicans today grabbed control of the Legislature and bristled defiantly as they awaited a program from Gov. Murray D. Van Wagoner. Their first move was to break

a century old tradition by pre venting the lieutenant governor from naming committee assign ments in the Senate. The Republicans forced Lieuten ant-Governor Frank Murphy to give them control of every com mittee in the upper chamber: they took complete charge of the House of Representatives, and then rested in a belligerent mood for the mes sage that Governor Van Wagoner will deliver tomorrow. YIELD 4 CHAIRMANSHIPS Thus the new administration, divided almost equally between Democrats and Republicans, opened under circumstances of dis - trust and suspicion. The Republicans allowed the ad ministration chairmanship of only four of the 26 Senate committees, and-they took under advisement the proposal that they turn down Governor Van Wagoner's appoint ments and give the jobs to faith ful servants of the GOP. i The immediate issue is whether (Continued on Page Five) Tougli ms ‘Hard Guys’ Get Harder by Breeding, Expert Says Ilnternatlnnnl »«« Servtr# Wlm PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 2 Bacteria as well as men are sub ject to the laws of heredity and the "tough guys" of the micro scopic world are apt to breed tough descendants. Dr. Harvey C. j Rentschler disclosed today. Doctor Rentschler. director of ! research for the Westinghouse lamp laboratories at Bloomfield. N. J., spent two years establish ing these facts by growing and .killing literally billions of one- Icelled organisms from the com imon and harmless family with the swanky name of escherichia coli. 28 PAGES Stalin Warns War Near, Mobilizes International Ntwi ftervtee Cabin MOSCOW, Jan. 2. Revealing that Russia is now in a full sfate of mobilization, Soviet jtfictator Josef Stalin today warned the nation that Russia is "facing the danger i> military aggression.” In a special message to the government - owned newspaper Pravda, Stalin asserted that as a result of international complica tions “danger from abroad is in creasing daily." Stressing the necessity for in creased defenses, Stalin declared that the entire country must hold itself in a state of mobile pre paredness. “We are facing the danger of military aggression,” Stalin wrote. “We must leave no op portunity for our deadly enemies to catch us unawares.” RAF Shatters Bremen —- —— jpi'" Invasion Ports, Flushing, Ostend and Brest Bombed in Blistering Reprisal Attack IntcraaUMMl New* Servlet Cable LONDON. Jan. 2. RAF bomb ers delivered a shattering, three and a half hour attack on the important German port and manu facturing city of Bremen during the night, starting large fires and plastering shipyards, dockyards and railway stations with bombs, the air ministry announced today. Bremen was the main objective of the British bombing attacks last night, the ministry said. In formed London quarters termed the raid a reprisal for the Sun day night Nazi “fire blitz" on the city of London. Some of Germany's most im portant aircraft manufacturing concerns, including the Fockevvulff plant which is producing some of the latest and most secret Nazi planes, are located at Bremen. BLAST INVASION PORTS The latest air ministry com munique on the British night assaults stated: “Bremen provided the main objective of last night's oper ations. The RAF attack was heavy and lasted three and one half hours. "Shipyards, dockyards and railroad stations were subjected to a concentrated discharge of incendiaries and high explosive bombs. • "Large fires and explosions were seen. “Ports in enemy-occupied terri- Nazi Bombs Kill 3 in Ireland Inlrrnatlonal »»• Service Cable DUBLIN, Jan. 2.—ln at least one case bombs identified as Ger man were dropped on eight dis tricts of Ireland last night and itoday, killing three women and numerous other persons, it was announced officially. Several of the bombs dropped in Dublin districts, where some houses were demolished. Planes, so far not identified positively, began their bombing ex peditions last night when ex plosives fell on Wrogheda, north of Dublin, near the scene of the Battle of the Boyne. HOUSES DEMOLISHED i A statement by the Eire govern ment said five bombs later were dropped on Duleek and three on Julianstown, in County Meath, but no casualties were caused. Bombings were resumed at 6:10 this morning, when two were dropped on Rathdown Park, near Dublin. Two houses were de molished and several others dam aged. Seven persons who were trapped in one of the demolished houses were rescued, none was killed, but several were injured. THREE CENTS British Sink Dncc Warship International Newt Service t able LONDON, Jan. 2.—British naval forces sank an Italian warship in the Adriatic on the night of December 30-31. Reuters (British! News Agency said in a dispatch quoting the Moscow radio. According to the broadcast, based on reports from sources at Belgrade, four Italian warships approached the Yugoslav coast. Later, the Routers account said, two British destroyers appeared and immediately engaged the Ital ian vessels, sinking one. The re port said the number of casualties is not yet known. (A dispatch from Belgrade Tuesday said a British warship sank four Italian supply vessels in the Adriatic that pioming off the point where the Albanian and Yugoslavian frontiers join. This report claimed that most of the Italian seamen reached shore safely.) tory, Including Flushing, Ostend and Brest, also were attacked. “No British aircraft are missing.” The British planes also smashed hard at the Nazi “invasion ports” and submarine bases along the channel coast, the air ministry said. RAF RAIDS BREMEN Smashing raids were carried out by the RAF during the night against the German port city of Bremen and Nazi invasion ports and submarine bases along the' channel coast, the British aid min istry announced today. ! The attack on Bremen was termed especially successful. An air ministry communique said that bombs had caused a number of large fires. It was assumed that among the objectives was the Fockwulfe air ■craft factory, which has been the principal target of recent British assaults on Bremen. TARANTO BOMBED This factory is building the new German Condor-type heavy bomb ers, troop carrier planes and also the Reich's new secret fighting plane. Meanwhile British authorities in Cairo announced RAF bombing raids extending from Libya to lower Italy and to the southern most gate of the Red Sea. j Heavy damage was reported at the Italian naval bases of Taranto, Naples and Palermo. K. O's Hockey Fan ‘Called Me Names,' Says Orlando, Red Wings Star, Describing Punch That Flattened Socialite Jimmy Orlando, Red Wings de fense man. explained today why he knocked a Chicago socialite colder than the surrounding ice at the conclusion of the Wings’ victory over the Black Hawks in Chicago last night. Orlando threw a left hook and knocked out Charles Y. Freeman Jr., son of the president of the Commonwealth Edison Company. Illinois electric utility company. As Jimmy tells it the battle really can be blamed on Jack Adams, the Wings manager. “When the game ended I had Just finished mixing with Max Bentley of the Hawks and I started to skate off the lee,” said Jimmy here. “Adams waved me bark toward the other side of the rink and I thought I was going to be penalized or something for fighting. WILLING TO LISTEN “Adams grabbed me and told me that some spectator near him had been railing me a lot of names all evening and that he was willing to rail them to my face. I was willing to listen so. EDITION Ouce to Get * Heb Upon 2 Fronts By PERCY WINNER Int’l Newt Srnlre SUIT Correspondrnt ROME. Jan. 2.—Nazi Germany today threw part of her gigantic air force and crack war pilots into Italy to "collaborate” in the campaigns against Greece and Great Britain in Albania and Northern Africa. Official announcement that Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler has dispatched some of his air foree units to Italy was made by Gen eral Francesco Pricolo, chief of the general staff of the Italian air force, in an order of the day. Some of the units presumably have already arrived. (Editor’s Note: A few hours before this announcement was made, the British Royal Air Force cgxried out a. .series of smashing attacks U{*#h Italian air and naval bases at Taranto, Palermo. Naples and in Libya, indicating the British may have had advance information that German reinforcements were arriving.) FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT Pricojo's announcement said: "By orders of His Imperial Majesty, King Victor Emman uel. I command you to extend m cordial welcome to some units of the German air corps which are now coming' to certain leases in Italy to collaborate with Italian forces in the conflict In the Mediterranean basin.” The announcement eonfumed reports current for some days that Germany was diverting her armed forces in preparation for a smashing blow against Britain and her ally—Greece—in the Mediter ranean. All of the Italian pilots and planes which for weeks have been operating with the German air force in '‘blitz" attacks upon Lon don and the British province* have returned to their bases. VEILED BY CENSORSHIP « Military secrecy and censorslrfi prevents speculation as to the ac tual strategy that will be followed by the German and Italian planes in their efforts to bring about a smashing Axis victory in the Medi terranean. Joint attacks upon Alexandria, Suez and Greek-held points in Al bania, together with a major on slaught against the British merchanized units which have penertated close to Bardia in the Libyan Desert are not ruled as j possibilities, however. General Pricolo gave no clue as to the number of Nazi men and j planes sent here by Hitler. Woman, 86, Dies in Fire NILES. Jan. 2.—(lNS)—Mrs. Ezra Johnson, 86, was burned to death fire destroyed her farm home early today. Her hus- Iband jumped to safety from an upstairs window. we went over to the stands where he was sitting. "This guy was standing with a friend and when Adams told hitn that I was Orlando and to go ahead with the name calling he started right in blasting me. "I listened a while and then I pushed his triend out of the way and hit him twice. The second poke with my left hand k««ked him down and nut. I was .» Mttl® excited because we had been battling all during the game and the crowd had been riding me pretty hard. The ushers and s|*eetators started running down toward us so I skated ofT the lee; I thought maybe they were heading for me.” rum NO \( TION Freeman said in Chicago that he did not intend to take any fur ther action in the matter. He re mained close mouthed about the cause of the fight He I* a Prince ton graduate and in business in Chicago. When Freeman went down ho landed at the feet of James Norris Sr. owner of the Wings and a Chicago resident

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