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Will Try Daiadier And Other Leaders Military Court to Probe Into Responsibility for Defeat of Army By the Associated Pres*. VICHY, France, July 25.—A spe cial tribunal will be set up to try fbnner Premier Edouard Daiadier and other former government leaders for responsibility for France’s entry into war and for her defeat, It was indicated today. Establishment of the tribunal can be expected shortly, it was indicated, and some journalists may be tried along with the government leaden. A military court will look into the cases of men who were in the aimed forces at the time of in curring alleged responsibilities for the war. They will be investigated for responsibility for the unsuccess ful military leadership. Newspapers Bitter. The press began a special “build up” lor the trial today, just two days after arrival of M. Daladier. several of his former aides and members of Parliament at Marseille from French Morocco, whither they sailed just before signing of the French-German armistice. These men now are confined to Marseille under orders of Marshal Philippe Petain’s government. Newspapers became increasingly bitter against these former leaders. An example is an article by the war time commentator Charles Morice appearing in Le Petit Parisien today. “The war could have been avoided,” he wrote. “This is formally known today. The greatest re sponsibility falls on those who lost their sense of nationality to defend so-called ideological, philosophical and political principles.” These men knew France’s avia tion practically could have been called “non-existent” and army equipment and provisions were lack ing, Morice said, and yet they de clared war. Protests Are Cited. “Men like Pierre Laval and George Bonnet, who never ceased to protest, were dragged in the mud," the writer said. “The people of Prance have not forgotten.” M. Laval now is Vice Premier and political heir to Marshal Petain. M. Bonnet, a former finance minister, Is a Rightist. M Morice recalled he had read certain articles in which “the in tentions of the chancellor of the Reich were misrepresented.” He referred to Hitler's statement there Was no reason for war between Prance and Germany. He added: “If these men to whom I have just referred (the former leaders) had thought in a manner exclusively French, the woes of our country would have been avoided.” M. Daladier, former Minister of Colonies Georges Mandel and for mer Navy Minister Cesar Campinchi —all members of the government Which declared war on Germany and all confined to Marseille pend ing investigation of their parts in the war—were the men most bitterly attacked in the articles appearing today. Mandel, Campinchi And Delbos Accused GRENOBLE, France, July 25 IF). —The quasi-official French news paper Le Petit Dauphinols said to day that former Premier Daladier and three members of his cabinet face government action for launch ing France into war for which, it was charged, is was unprepared and for leaving the country after armi •tice negotiations had been started. It said the ministers were Georges Mandel, Cesar Campinchi and Yvon Delbos, respectively ministers of colonies, navy and education. All four left France June 20 for French Morocco aboard the French liner Massilia. About 30 members of the Chamber of Deputies sailed With them, but the newspaper said all but four Deputies had legitimate reasons to leave. It said the four Deputies, Jean Zay, Pierre Mendes-France, Pierre Viennot and Mula Wlltaer, would be tried by military courts far leer ing France while under military orders. Four of France's highest state em ployes have been expelled from their posts for leaving France, the news paper said. Two—Paul Huismans, general director of the Beau Arts, and Julien Cain, director of the French National Library—went to North Africa. The other two, Jean Laugier, director of the National Center of Scientific Research, and Paul Longchambons, director of the section of applied sciences in the Ministry of Education, went to Eng 1 land. Brothers Pair as Tackles MILWAUKEE, Wis. OP).—A pair of brothers may hold down the two tackle positions on Marquette’s var sity football team next fall. Charles Peifer was a letterman last fall and starred in spring drills, along with his brother, Jack, a freshman. The government of Uruguay has just entered the oil refining field. Cardenas Decrees Reorganization of Oil Industry Specific Economies of More Than $2,000,000 Ordered by Executive By the Associated Press. MEXICO CITY, July 25.—Presi dent Lazaro Cardenas, in a decree issued late last night, ordered “im mediate and effective” reorganiza tion of the deficit-burdened $400, 000,000 oil industry expropriated in 1938 from British, Dutch and United States interests. Declaring the “economic situation of the Industry now is most grave,” the Chief Executive instructed petroleum executives to institute specific economies, estimated to ex ceed 10,000,000 pesos ($2,000,000) and to affect meet of the industry* 16£00 employes. Among the economies ordered were 10 per cent cuts in all salaries of 700pesos <|140) or more a month, reduetion of rent allowances and suspension of employes’ savings al lowances, reduction of vacations from 38 to 6 days a year, reduction of part-time workers and suspension of salary and expense allowances for various union committees. The Executive decree, made public by the government oil administra tion, concluded the President’s months-long negotiations with pe troleum workers to obtain econo mies. The industry operated last year with a deficit of 22,000,000 pesos (64,400,000) and for the first six i,v.1—7-r-——— months at thi? poor was reported to have a deficit at about 1M00JN0 pesos (IMOUBOO). Cardenas' decree died the col lapse at Mexico's foreign all mar ket and the increase of wages and workers’ benefits. He urged the workers to co-operate in the reor ganisation. Mexico’s chief markets for pe troleum products—Italy and Ger many—have been cut off by the war, and informed quarters say the two countries owe the Mexican government about $4,000,000 * for products shipped before hostilities started. Of the companies whose prop erties were expropriated, Mexico has made a financial settlement only with the Sinclair interests. Wife of American ■ • - *•. > , A ' -Slapped in Scuffle With Japanese Incident Is Reported In Recent Disorders At Tsingtoo By th« AwocUtcd Prtu. SHANGHAI. July 35.—A belated foreign dispatch said today that the Russian-born wife of an Ameri can, C. J. Meyer of Salt Lake City, with Japanese plainclothes ihMm at Tsingtao during recent disorders there Involving United States sailors and Japanese authorities. It was reported the Japanese police had been called to deal with a Japanese who allegedly had smashed a large window in Meyer's Bar. The Japanese denied the charge and a scuffle insued in which Mrs. Meyer was slapped. A fight occurred on the beach the same night between Japanese and a single United States sailor, but the incident since has been settled. As a result of these incidents and a clash between United States sailors and Japanese policemen the sailors were called back to their ««C«M for 4t hours. Several policemen were npomt Injured. 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