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* * T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 2, 1940
O N E P E N N Y
'No Playing With
BEVIN GIVES CABINET
A BLENT WARNING
*‘ W E have no right to
allow the lives of our
soldiers and sailors to be
played with,” declared Mr.
Ernest Bevin at a great May
Day meeting at Hanley,
Staffordshire, last night.
“ The time has come when there
must be no mincing of words.
“ It is no use disguising the fact,”
said Mr. Bevin, “ that ever since this
war broke out those who, like myself,
have been constantly in touch with
Government departments, are in
tensely dissatisfied with the kind of
obstruction, lack Qf drive, absence of
imagination, and the kind of com
placency which exists.
“ Then there is a complete refusal
to take into consideration the kind
t>f foe we are meeting.”
Mr. Bevin likened this country to
*tn old boxing champion who had
tvon so many times, even when the
fight had to go to the last round, that
he now said to himself, “ Who is this
young challenger? I can knock him
out in my own time.”
Then he woke up to find that he
*vas in danger of being knocked out
himself and of a new champion
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F * < r
Hitler's Deputy, Rudolf Hess, Declares That
"ITALY WILL NOT
YET ENTER WAR ’
H IT L E R ’S deputy, Rudolf Hess, told a
May Day demonstration at Essen
yesterday that Italy would not yet come
into the war.
“ Italy,” he said, “ does not yet believe that the
time has come to speak of the outstanding differences
between her and the Western Powers.
“ For the moment Germany is sufficient as the
opponent of the Western democracies.”
Mussolini himself yesterday assured the American A m
bassador, Mr. W. B. Phillips, that Italy did not intend to make
any immediate change in her attitude.
Mr. Phillips had received in
structions from President Roose
velt to ask for a reassurance that
Italy was not about to enter the
Sir Noel Charles, the British Minis
ter, who is in charge of the Embassy
while Ambassador Sir Percy Lorraine
is on leave, also tried to see Mus
He was unsuccessful.
Y NUMBER of-G erm an armed
patrol vessels, disguised as
burges, have reached the lower
waters of tbe.ifr»«a?I>e..^
But he had a talk with Count
Ciano, Foreign Minister, who is re
ported to have given him an assur
ance similar to the one given to Mr.
Count Ciano asked Sir Noel about
Britain’s decision to order her ship
ping to avoid the Mediterranean.
p was mot mad
Town Retaken In
iM tiu'tt R aid
M r. Chamberlain hopes to make a statement to-day about the
fighting in Norway. This was the position on the main
fronts late last night:—
' G erm an trocps were stated in Berlin to
¦ be m oving through Dom baas towards the
Allied landing place of Andalsnes.
The Norwegian news agency reported severe fighting in which, it said,
the Germans were repulsed with heavy losses near Otta.
There was still no confirmation in London of the German claim to
have captured Dombaas, but the War Office admitted that “ our troops,
after stubborn resistance in the face of strong enemy attacks, have
withdrawn to prepared positions.”
Any link the Germans may have forged between Oslo and Trondheim
was regarded in London as being almost certainly very feeble. The Nazi
lines of communication, it was pointed out, would be stretched out “ like
a piece of elastic.”
ROROS ¦ Phone messages to Roros confirmed that the
I ¦ town had been recapturcd by the Norwegians.
The Germans were also stated to have withdrawn from Tynset, 25
Stockholm m essages (quoted by British United Press) said that
small Norwegian patrols crept into Roros during Tuesday n igh t, quietly
taking up positions in back streets and alleys.
T hey started to attack at 5 a.m., and took th e small G erm an force
com p letely by surprise.
C aptured G erm ans are reported to have stated that th ey w ere unable
to hold th e tow n because o f shortage of supplies.
* “ The area occupied by the Allied forces has
I 'ln n v lr x . been extended and operations are continuing
satisfactorily,” said the W ar Office communique.