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    ____________________________________________________ T h e _G o ld _H ill_N c w 8^ _G o ld _lIill, Oregon
WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS
By Edward C. Wayne
Closing of German Consulates in U. S.,
And ‘Freezing’ of Axis Financial Assets
Strain American-Nazi Diplomatic Ties;
Hitler Offers New Problems to Russia
Thursday« June 26. 1941
Von’ll Be Proud of
These Embroideries
C L A S S IF IE D
D EP A R T M E N T
ntlF.OïïNfi
TRUCK PARTS
Washington. I). C.
GOOD NEIGHBOR CO-OPEKATION
The United States is getting much
< E D I T O R ' S N O T E — W h e n » p in io n * a r e • a p r e s a o d l a I k * * * o a lw m a a . t h * y
,
better
co-operation from some of our
a r * t h * * * o f I k * n e w * a n a l y a l a n d a o l a e e e s a a r ily o f t h l * a e w a p a p e r . )
South American neighbors than has
»< Released by W estern New spaper U nion J .
leaked out to the public.
When Portugal protested to the
I United States against Roosevelt’s
fireside chut hinting the seizure of
! the Azores, the Brazilian govern-
i ment immediately got in touch with
; the U. S. state department. The
Portuguese had sent the Brazilians
nutfnoxous
a copy of their protest, and Brazil
asked us what reply we were going
I to make.
the te r r a t wax io treat
Ambassador Caffrey in Rio de Ja­
COMTMITMM PUÉ 10 LACK OF
neiro immediately showed Foreign
mopot "BULK" IN THE PIET 15 TO
Pattern 6893
Minister Aranha a summury of our
COKKECr THE CAU5E OE THE
I proposed reply, and Aranha volun­ DLEASANT dreams are assured
TkWflLE WITH A PECICIOU5
teered to send Portugal exactly the 1 when sheets and pillow cases
CEREAL, KEUOtt'5 ,
same answer—telling them it was
embroidered with these lovely
A L L M A N .. . EAT j
1 vital to the safety of the Western are
motifs. The crocheted edg­
IT EVERŸ OAŸ
hemisphere that the Azores be in flower
easy, too.
ANO PttNIL ftEMTV
friendly hands, and that Brazil could ing will be found
• • •
Of WATER.
: not afford to see the islands taken
P a tte rn 6893 contains a tra n s fe r p attern
! by the Axis.
>f a ry o tlf 7th by 19‘ > Inches; 2 m otifs
This message was sent: which I th by l l t h Inches; directions for edging;
of stitches; m a te ria ls needed.
means that Brazil will co-operate illustrations
Bend y o u r o rd e r to:
Painfully Good
»
While the world watches the military and naval battles of Europe with the United States if and when
Some people are so painfully
and the Middle. East attention is diverted from the possible battleground the time comes to occupy the
good that they would rather be
Sewing C ircle N ee d le c ra ft l)e p L
in the Pacific. But Japanese military training goes on nonetheless. In the Azores.
right than be pleasant.—L. C. Ball.
117 M in n a St.
San Francisco, C alif.
above photo. Emperor Hirohito of Japan is shown reviewing his troops
Argentina also has been more co­
Enclose 13 cents In coins for P a t­
during an imperial inspection which featured an anniversary celebration operative than ever despite the die­
tern N o . . . . . . .........
of the nation’s youth training schools.
hard efforts of our Rocky Mountain
congressmen to prevent the impor­
Nam e ...............................................
may «Ucci the H aul
tation of Argentine canned beef. Ar­
Address .........................................................
<i<* trapped in ik * stonarh ur guilst ru *j ». < l i b *
h * lf Uiggar «41 Uw b ra n A l (ba first alg* o t dltUwa*
gentine sentiment is overwhelmingly
FDR:
R U S S IA :
M *art osen and woman depend on liai) ans Tablais I»
anti-Hitler and pro-Roosevelt. The
aat gas fra* Ni» la ia tlr a bul mad* of tbe fastaal-
Cracks Down
a.tlng medtelM* known for arid tndigastlun. I f Ike
Heavy Strain
Argentines are much stronger for
1NBMT IMÏHK d * M i’i pr**« Hall *aa batter. ral un*
Then
Came
the
Rush—
boUte
U> us and raeolr* P u V IU J C bfocr/ lu c k . U*.
The President of the United
The stress of German demands on Roosevelt than for the United States,
States, frankly hostile to the Axis, Russia was such that it appeared and have their fingers crossed as to And Both ll ere Deadheads!
“cracked down” following the sink­ Stalin’s hold on his country was what may happen after Roosevelt
ing of the Robin Moor by a German cracking, if not actually broken, leaves office.
It was the night of the grand
Plan your stay at
submarine in the South Atlantic, and and his policy of appeasement of
Dakar and Rubin Moor.
concert,
approaching the hour
Portland's nawast
announced the “freezing” of all the Nazi demands found the army
For approximately one month, at which and
it had been advertised to
Axis funds in this country.
hotals. th e...
forces strongly opposed to the dic­ however, all White House advisers start.
It was considered a matter of tator.
have agreed that the Azores were
Blobb
and
Blabbs
had
hired
n
course that the Italian and German
Whether this would end in the far less important than Dakar and
hall and expected big
governments would do likewise, and long-expected military break be­ the coast of West Africa. That is spacious
profits.
while any sort of guess as to the tween Germany and Russia, a feel­ what makes the sinking of the Robin
“Are the ticket - takers
amount was impossible, some ing that was heightened by the an­ Moor by a Nazi submarine so dou­ ready?”
asked Blobb.
sources estimated that the freezing, nouncement that 120 German divi­ bly significant.
“ Yes, sir.”
if carried out on both sidds, would sions were massed on the Russian
Despite the menace of Dakar,
“ All ushers at the doors?”
be about “even Stephen” financially, frontier, or whether it would simply presidential advisers have been wor-
“ Right, sir.”
with perhaps $400,000,000 involved result as in the past, in a terrific ried as to what we should do about
“Then throw open the portals!
on each side.
Russian blood-letting from within, it. To take Dakar from the French The hour has cornel”
More important, it meant that all was hard to foresee.
and to hold it against all comers
The huge iron doors opened.
business dealings between Italy and
The analyst, seeking to ferret out would require more men than the
Two small boys entered.
Germany and the United States were the genesis of this troop-massing, 50,000 in the U. S. marine corps. It
“ Please, mister," said a tiny
Defeats Justice
instantly at an end.
perforce had to go back to Church- would require an expeditionary voice, “can we both come in on
Justice tempered witli too much
The reason the estimated sum was ill’s warning, when he was trying to force from the regular army.
pass
mercy becomes injustice.
so small, state department officials interest Russia and Turkey in ac­
And while such troops are avail­
revealed, was that during the past tive assistance just before the start able, the bottoms to transport them
two years most Americans have liq­ of hostilities in Greece. Churchill are something else again. Once be­
uidated their interests in Axis coun­ put Russia and Turkey on notice fore, the British urged us not to get
tries, and vice versa.
that “they would be next” when the mixed up' in the South Atlantic be­
Financial experts said that the or­ Nazis got through with Greece.
cause it would divert our navy from
I t ’« A GOOD
der does not necessarily mean that
Nobody else, thus far, at least, the all-important North Atlantic.
foreign countries cannot get their had been next. Then, too, there
The sinking of the Robin Moor,
money out of this coiWgry, but that was the broad hint dropped by however, has played directly into
in order to do so, they must get a Goebbels, German ace propagan­ the hands of those who have been
license for the withdrawal from the dist, that Germany would need the urging the President to adopt the
treasury.
Ukrainian wheat for a long war strongest policy in the South Atlan­
If it is admitted that the Ger­ against Britain. Churchill also had tic and, if necessary, land troops on
KISSING THE BRIDE!
mans are paying out funds for sab­ warned Russia that the Ukrainian ■the bulge of Africa.
Since Colonial days i t has been
otage in the United States, they will wheat-fields would be the next ob­
a goad American custom to kiss
CATHEDRAL
OF
AGRICULTURE
have a hard time getting such mon­ jective.
th e b lu s h in g b r id e a f t e r th e
Paul
H.
Appleby,
diminutive,
di­
ey, for the treasury can keep a
Another possible objective of the
m inister has s aid . . . " I now
check on the funds, and see that it massing against Russia was the dactic undersecretary of agricul­
is spent for the purposes intended, need of a sure and well-fortified line ture, made a flying trip to Nebraska
pronounce you m an an d w ife " .
such as paying the upkeep of the through Russia down into Syria, also the other day which had some in­
A n d it'a a n e q u a lly g o o d a n d eq u ally
teresting
inside
background.
German embassy, etc.
the possibility that a sufficient threat
pleasant A m e ric a n custom to enjoy
Purpose of the trip was to set
The fact that all 46 persons on against Russia might break up the
the fine f u ll fla v o r and m ild fra»
board the Robin Moor were eventual­ Russian-Turkish alliance and allow up what some agricultural hands
gcance o f K in g E d w a rd , A m erica'«
ly reported rescued somewhat tem­ the Nazis to press upon Turkey their call a “Cathedral of Agriculture” in
m o s t p o p u la r c ig a r . T r y K in g
pered public opinion on this “inci­ demand for free passage of troops. Lincoln, Neb. What Appleby was
E d w a rd tod ay and be convinced
working
on
was
a
plan
to
pool
all
of
dent.”
With a hostile Turkey and Russia
Further action on the part of this to the north, Hitler’s generals would the different federal agricultural
country was conjectural, but public be naturally hesitant in trying an agencies under one roof and under
opinion polls found the nation strong­ air-borne invasion of Syria to help One director at Lincoln.
These were to include the AAA, i
ly favoring convoys for American the French there, and to create a
shipping, and a general strengthen­ land base for attack against Suez. Rural Electrification administration,
ing of our naval patrols.
The typical strong groundwork nec­ soil conservation, farm security, ex­
essary for a major German offen­ tension service, farm debt adjust­
ment, and so on. The plan was to
WORLDS LARGEST SELLER
N A Z IS A N D U . S.:
sive would demand dealing with , make
the state of Nebraska a guinea
Russia
and
Turkey
first.
Consulates Out
There was just one more impor- ‘ pig to test the idea. All of these
Following the U. S. “freezing” of tant angle, which might precipitate different farm representatives would
all Axis financial assets in the fighting, however brief, with Rus­ then report to one director in Lin­
United States came another move sia. Rumania wanted Bessarabia coln rather than to Washington.
by the federal government which back, and the position of the Ger- i However, the proposed Nebraska
strained American-German relation­ man legions was such that this might ' director was Cal Ward, regional
ships to the breaking point.
be the primary objective, to force supervisor of farm security. And al­
This was the order from the state Russian abandonment of Bessarabi­ though working for a Democratic
administration, he is branded as a
department closing all Nazi consu­ an territory.
staunch Republican. His selection
lates in the United States. German
therefore caused opposition from va­
propaganda offices—the German Li­ B IL L IO N :
rious federal farm representatives ,
brary of Information, the German
HONEY & ALMOND CREAM
railway and tourist agencies and For Bombers
in Nebraska who didn’t want to join <
Transocean News Service — were
Belief amounting almost to a cer­ any “Cathedral of Agriculture” un- !
Regular »1 size
also ordered closed in the same tainty by U. S. war tacticians that der Cal Ward.
order.
limited time only —
Chief objector was Fred Wallace, J
a huge air armada, assuring Britain
All German nationals connected or this country mastery of the air chairman of the Nebraska AAA, and '
with the consular offices and these was the surest method of winning it was to bring him into line that
propaganda agencies were ordered the war for the democracies was Appleby flew out to Nebraska.
Wit and Sense
some in the long run than a great
to leave the country. Embassy of­ evidenced when the RFC announced
Appleby had first ordered Wallace
ficials and employees of DNB, the a plan to provide a billion dollars to to Washington. But Wallace refused, j A small degree of wit, accompa­ deal of wit without it.—La Roche­
official German news agency, were produce 500 big bombers a month. Even after Appleby flew out to see , nied by good sense, is less tire­ foucauld.
not affected by the order.
The RFC was given additional him, he could not make Wallace
While these first moves did not powers in a new law signed by the budge. “I’m interested in an agri­
actually constitute a complete rup­ President also permitting it to have cultural program, not a lot of bu­
ture of relationships between the augmented borrowing capacity with reaucracy,” Wallace said.
two countries it pointed toward a no strings attached, provided it was
Appleby stayed an extra day,
policy of “action—not words” with for defense purposes.
finally flew back to Washington. His
respect to the U. S. attitude toward
This organization had already “Cathedral of Agriculture” for Ne-
the Nazis. Reasons given by the spent $1,500,000,000 for defense, half braska definitely side-tracked,
state department for the action were a billion for factories, more than j Note — Secretary of Agriculture
general in nature but they men­ that for tin and copper and other ! Wickard has been looking around to
tioned “ improper” and “unwarrant­ defense materials, $200,000,000 for find a new berth for his undersecre­
ed” activities “inimical to the wel­ rubber and $200,000,000 for miscel­ tary—outside of the agriculture de­
fare of this country.”
partment.
laneous purchases of material.
• • •
Army Movies.
Movies are the top amusement
i n th e news
of the boys in camp and the army
gives them all they want—at bar­
'£S‘ e
Vichy — The Germans have re­
Camp Robinson, Ark. — Connie gain prices.
M.S.*
leased thousands of French prison­ Raster, daughter of Lieut. Col. John
For this purpose the war depart­
ers of war, giving their freedom to F. Raster, head of the Thirty-fifth ment has organized the Army Mo­
return home to all who have three division, wired her dad she would tion Picture service, which in a
'" •d i- >«o
minor children or three minor broth­ pay him a visit and added as a few months has become one of the
ers.
joke “have a band meet me at the largest theater chains in the coun­
Berlin—Auto bodies can be made station.” Her father had nine bands, try, with about 300 theaters in op­
’'" ’"»Au,
of artificial resin, an "ersatz” for 275 pieces, playing when the train eration. There is at least one movie
steel. One body, tested on a moun­ pulled in. Thus at least one ambi­ theater in every army camp, with
tainside, turned turtle 20 times with­ tion to be “met by a band” was shows seven nights a week, plus Sat­
out damage, it was claimed.
realized.
urday and Sunday matinees.
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