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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Butte, Montana Metal prices Domestic Copper ____________11.25 of 11.50c Gold world Price $33.85 foreign Silver u. S. Treasury. 32.25c Zinc __________________________________6.25c Lead East St. Louis____________4.85c Lead new york____5.00@5.05c ill o tit a n amp s taut arb Home edition the Standard carries the most extensive Telegraph news service in Montana. Vol. Xxx vile no. 259. Established 1876 Butte Montana. Sunday morning june 28.1940. A Price five cents French envoys to meet italians monday House votes $4,000,000,000 warship construction plan to make american Navy the greatest assemblage of sea Power that the world has Ever seen Philadelphia bulges As thousands of confident a ave a a j of Wiiri if tans Fiat her to nominate a presidential1 a dec �?~j15ucu by Strong opposition within in s. Naval committee against Knox As Secretary of Navy reported. Washington june 22.�? up a a $4,000,000,000 warship construction program to make the american Navy the greatest assemblage of sea Power the world has Ever known was voted by the House today after scarcely two hours debate. The Swift action together with final congressional approval of a tax defense Bill and a $1,768,913,908 emergency appropriation for the army and Navy shared attention at the Capitol with reports of Strong opposition within the Senate naval committee to confirmation of colonel Frank Knox s nomination to be Secretary of the Navy. The naval committee voted at a closed session to ask Knox to appear before it for questioning on his views toward United states policy and the War. One member who said he favored approval of the nomination told reporters that an informal poll indicated that if a vote were taken today the nomination would be rejected la to 5. Whether or not the committee approves the nomination this member said May depend on Knox s statement of his attitude toward possible United states intervention in the european War. Sweeps through House. The Navy expansion Bill swept through the House with a chorus of a Hayes a on a voice vote. The exact continued on Page 12. Col. I acc enrollee is republicans gather to nominate a presidential ticket to Lead third Effort to Stop new Deal convention to at left. Fri. I rail runaway is caused by 75-mile wind Galbraith. June 22.�?</p a a violent wind with a Peak velocity estimated at 75 Miles per hour forced seven empty Railroad Box cars on to the main line and drove them 42 Miles downgrade. The wild runaway was caught from behind by a work train engine and halted at cold Springs. 13 Miles East of Vananda and Only three Miles West of the Railroad station at Forsyth. Railroad men said the Gale apparently was Strong enough to blow the cars from the siding up a slight Grade Here and compel the wheel flanges to spread the tracks thus forcing the main line switch. From that Point the route Lay downgrade. The cars roared through Ingo mar. A telegraphed notified an extra gang on the work train at Vananda 29 Miles East and the work train ducked on to a siding. When the cars flashed past tile work train engine returned to the main line and quickly overhauled the runaway. Windsors plan to return to England London june 22�?<u.��?usually 1 reliable sources reported tonight that the Duke and Duchess of j Windsor would come to England from Madrid. They previously had gone from Southern France into Spain. Children on the move fool that they Lin win if they can Mark democrats As the War party. By Lyle c. Wilson. Philadelphia june 22 a u this Birthplace of american Independence bulged tonight with thousands of confident republicans gathering terms Given by the nazis London june 23.�? sunday a a do the French peace negotiators arc expected to have their first meeting with the italians monday Exchange news a British Agency reported from Bordeaux Early today. Official circles in Bordeaux were said to believe it would take two or three Days to reach a settlement. It was said also that French authorities expected Germany to influence a reduction in Italy a claims against France. The French government proposes to stay in Bordeaux. The news Agency said and would not return to Paris unless the nazi captured capital was a free City and Quot not controlled by German x. Ptas War threatens Britain. A War events portended the beginning of the Battle of Britain London began again to remove toe school children who had drifted Back to the City after having earlier been removed to the country. A group of mothers bid their Young ones goodbye outside the Hugh Myddleton school in London. P Virginia Solon marries v Are assembling Here in a concentration of identical hopefuls unmatched since the g. O. P. Convention of 1920 the convention will be called to order at la a. In. Be. D. To monday. Bands assembling. Lire bands were assembling to tootle and drum in Praise of the candidates who have retained them. Count Ess Square Yards of red. White and Blue Bunting fluttered in the Quaker City Breeze anyone who wanted to know Diat hts favorite candidate looked like when his photograph was blown up three size larger than a barn door needed Only to tour the big hotels. Public welfare department administrator says political events Are moving so fast americas agree of $4,215,2391 the did Maidic i raid jut to counties rom Iii in Nib 11 blur state and Federal coffers emergency meet one of main subjects on Agenda May be f. plan for economic Cartel net gain to counties totals $3,375,397 for one year. By falling tree another seriously injured while fighting 2,600-acre fire in Yellowstone Missoula june 22 up a James Hester 19, one of two acc enrollees injured today while fighting the Chi Monk Creek fire in Yellowstone National Park died this evening while being taken to the Hospital at Mammoth hot Springs District acc Headquarters Here announced tonight. Word was received at fort Missoula that Hester had died shortly before 6 of clock. His Mother. Mrs. Clara Fishcer of Norwood. Ohio a been notified of his death. Yellowstone Park june 22. 4/p a two acc enrollees members of a 400-Man Crew fighting the Chapman Creek Forest fire which has burned some 2,600 acres of a it e lows Stone Park land were injured seriously today James Hester. 19 of Norwood Ohio suffered a Skull fracture and a neck injury and Clifford Otey i continued on Page 12, col. 2 sen. Carter Glass. Washington june 22.�? a a senator Carter Glass of Virginia and mrs Mary Scott Meade of Amherst were married at Amherst. At 4 30 p. In. Today. Mrs. Glass is the daughter of the late or and mrs. Charles Landen Scot and widow of Robert Ambler Meade. The wedding was a quiet Here continued on Pas 12 col. 5. Extension of air service into Canada urged by group Butte chamber of com Merce aviation committee asks move to provide link on route to Alaska to consummate this Deal providing Montana and please advise the chamber of Commerce aviation committee yesterday renewed its recommendation for Extension of airlines service into Canada provide a connecting link on an Inland Northern route to Alaska. The committee wired Montara senators a follows Quot with decision of aeronautics authority on proposed merger of United airlines and Western air express finally in we Hope you will be Able to Eay Access across province of Alberta if further activity Here will be the civil aeronautics authority last week ruled against the proposed merger of United air lines and Western air express and Clear to de the Way for resumption of the request for an Extension of Western air into Canada. For the past few years the chamber committee has advocated this Extension and has worked for its approval the route would be through Butte and it is Felt that would be to the interests of this urge immediate Extension Western Community and of the Western uni air line from great Falls to Leto states to have the Extension Bridge. Every Effort should be made granted. Washington. June 22.�?d Flthe 20 other americas have agreed in principle to this government s plan for an emergency consultative conference on the International crisis Secretary of state Cordell Hull said today. Details of the meeting during which Western hemisphere problems arising out of new developments in the european War would a considered have not been determined but it was considered like y that the conference would be held soon at either Havana or Rio de Janeiro. One of the principal on the Agenda it was understood might be president Roosevelt s plan for a $2.000 000.000 Cartel through which the Western hemisphere would Deal with totalitarian nations on its own terms. Hull explained that the proposal for a Cartel was not necessarily connected closely with the consultative conference. On the Cartel subject the state department is completing a draft of an outline of the Trust plan for submission to the other Western hemisphere governments. Another step in perfecting the Cartel plan was reported to has been taken today we Hen president Roosevelt announced in Hyde Park that he has selected James Forrest president of Dillon read a co a new York investment banking firm. As an administrative presidential ass rant. It was understood that Forrestal would have a key Post in the Cartel plan. May meet at Havana. It generally was assumed at first that Havana would be the location of the meeting that City having been selected tentatively at Panama for the next consultative conference and october 1940, having been tentatively chosen As the Date. Since proposal for an emergency meeting was made by the United states however the Braman government has indicated a desire that it be held at Rio de Janeiro. Canada is not included in the Call for the consultative conference although it most Likely would be a member of any Western hemispheric Cartel arrangement informed sources said authorities said that the Speed we Ith Widich toe latin american nations responded to the state departments proposal for a consultative conference was indicative of the keen interest in this hemisphere toward the threat of economic and political penetration by toe totalitarian Powers. L. M. Brandjord state administrator of Public welfare has 0f recovery issued a statement to the effect that during the Calendar year ending december 31, the state department of Public welfare paid out to counties from state and Federal funds a total of $4,215,239.50. This included payments for old age assistance Aid to dependent children Aid to needy Blind general Relief and for administrative costs of county welfare departments. A a. Quot under the statutes of Montana Quot which would still leave a net gain Berlin june 22.�?<lf.r France signed Adolf hitlers terms of armistice tonight at i 50 p. In. 12 50 p. In. Edt in the Forest of Impi Gene and her emissaries hastened immediately by air plane to Rome to learn Italy a Price for peace. Not until six hours after a French italian armistice is to nominate a presidential i signed will the German order for cessation of hostilities be ticket to Lead a third Effort to issued. Stop the new Deal. The agreement was announced officially three hours later most of them seemed to believe a Berlin and broadcast to the German people by radio. It a pm or pm id it not to vol a by that her la flinch Riwu. Having placed on record dozen candidates eager to Challenge their spokesman protest against the a a severity of the germs recent Mastery of the electorate Man conditions were already in route by German air plane to Italy. If no hitches occur it was believed Here that the a cease firing order May come some time monday. This forecast was based on a belief in German circles that the French would be Able to negotiate an agreement with Italy with the same Speed As the French German armistice. The plenipotentiaries agreed on Franco German terms i hours and 20 minutes after Chancellor Adolf Hitler handed his demands to the French delegates yesterday. The armistice was signed today in the same old Railroad dining coach of the wagons lits company where on Friday Hitler received the French delegates and where 22 years ago marshal Ferdinand Foch received the germans on a similar Mission but one where the positions of France and Germany delegates scarcely can keep up with were reversed. Them or. Roosevelt s nomination Gen. Charles Huntziger the alsatian born German speak of two Republican stalwarts to his chief of the French plenipotentiaries signed the armistice for France at the orders he said of his government. . Wilhelm Keitel acting for Hitler signed for Germany. S Cabinet Shell shocked this gathering in mid we Eek but there Are Marks said or. Brandjord Quot the counties Are required to reimburse the St a to department Ope sixth of the total payments for two of these welfare activities old age assistance and Aid to needy Blind Thev Are required to reimburse the state one third of All payments made for Aid to dependant children and they Are required to reimburse the state one half of the Money distributed to them for county administrative costs. Quoth. Re payments if made in full would amount to $839,84 2 43, to the counties for the Calendar year of $3,375.397 07.&Quot or. Brand lord snowed for instance that the county of Silver Bow received Toto i payments of $459,484 40 during the year of this amount $80 926 01 was the amount to be reimbursed to the state leaving a net gain to the county 1378,-558 39. Deer Lodge county received to a1 payments of $78,978 14 and he a to continued on Page 12, col 6 the preliminary platform discussion is shaping a party program which will avoid bitterly controversial issues such As sit Down strikes and specific amendments to the National labor relations act and the wage hour act Farmers will not be deprived of government checks in any Plank Likely to be adopted Here. There is dispute Over How and How much Ald this country should give the allies and that May cause some difficulty before it is adjusted. But republicans Are out to Mark the democrats As a Quot War party Quot continued on Page 13, col. 5, Churchill asks supported for vice president a Mother Bonino As she is known to thousands Marks 80th birthday with family yesterday a a Happy red let ter Dav for a Mother a Bonino As she is known to thousand in the Butte area the pop liar and highly a termed East Park Street Redden was to years old Mother Quot Bonino whose real name is mrs. Jiovanna Ronzino is the widow of an italian immigrant who built one of the first Homes in Mederville who played clarinet in the Boston and Montana band when it was organized 52 ago who was one of the charter members of in Stoforos Colombo Lodge and was one of Buttes most progressive citizens and businessmen throughout he Man years prior to his is he Ben Bonino surrounded yesterday by five of her my children and other restive. Moher Bonino was very Happy. Ever since her husband s death she has made her Home with her son Peter and daughter Stella Pete As he is known to All has been the Generalissimo of the Bonino household operating the store which his father established paying the Bills doing the buying delivering orders when Nee sary serving ass go Between for newly arrived members of his continued on Page 2, col in to Hio Britain expresses grief amazement of fir it ish people at acceptance of armistice. London june 23 bund a a i Prim minister Winston Churchill expressing British Quot grief and amazement at Frame s acceptance of Gorman armistice terms appealed today to All frenchmen wherever they May be to Aid the British fight against Germany As the Only Hope of Frances eventual restoration to Liberty. Declaring that the British government could not feel that a free Independent and constitutional French government could have sub Rritt cd it the German armistice Churchill appealed to frenchmen Over the Heads of the retain government a to Aid to the utmost of their strength the forces of liberation. Which Are enormous and which faithfully and resolutely Macd will assuredly despite the action of the Bordeaux government he said. A victorious Britain will cause of the French William b Bankhead Washington june 22 Quot put a thirty three House members from 21 states tonight announced after a caucus that they would support the candidacy of speaker William b. Continued on Page 12, col. 7 yesterday the Clearing in the pleasant comping be Forest where the Ems varies met was flooded with Sunshine. Today the sky grew overcast As the afternoon wore on and it was gloomy in the Woods by the time the hour of signature arrived. Before he affixed his name to Hitler s terms Blun Tolger speaking slowly in a voice husky with emotion entered a Brief protest. A transcription of his words and of the proceedings at the moment of signature was broadcast to the German people Over the official radio tonight. Huntziger said personal statement. Quot before i sign this armistice at the order of the French government i would like to make a personal statement. Quot forced by the fat Quot of arms to give up the fight in which she engaged with both her allies France is forced to accept conditions whose severity Mast be emphasized. Quot France expects in the future negotiations that Germany will be imbued with a spirit which will enable both great nations to live at peace in the future. Quot i Appeal to the soldiers spirit in the Hope that the French will never have cause to regret the Stop we Are now 1 continued on Page 22. Col. 6. Politics now warming up state candidates on move primary election is three weeks away Silver Bow has 26,000 registered voters interest High. Polities in Montana is expected to go into High gear during the coming week. The primary election will a held july 16. Three weeks from a cherish the i tuesday. During the past week people Quot and candidates for state and National pointed out to them that a British 1 offices have begun to make their Victory was Quot the Only possible Hope App Arance throughout the state mrs Giovanna Bonino continued on Page 12, col. Is weather forecast. Montana partly Cloudy West East portion sunday and monday Little change in temperature. Quite a number of whom have been in Butte. Montana this year will elect a United states senator two congressmen a governor lieutenant governor Secretary of state Railroad commis Kroner state auditor state treasurer attorney general superintendent of Public instruction clerk of the supreme court and three members of the supreme court including a chief Justice and two associate justices. On the democratic Side for u s. Senator there Are two candidates. The republicans have three. For governor three democrats Are seeking the nomination while six republicans Are viewing for that Honor. Thirteen men Are candidates for lieutenant governor eight of whom Are on the democratic Side. Three seek the nomination for attorney general on the Republican. On the democratic Side. John w. Bonner ii without opposition. There Are two candidates for Sec continued on Page 2. Col 7.

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