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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Chicago, IllinoisToday a East i Mica defense article �9th year 5# 4 a a a four pages the Wor do a _. Or Illinois unsettled showers today cooler tomorrow. / Quot a temperatures Max. 86 min. 59 mean 78.4 Urbana Champay in , 23, 1940 five cents number 245 new summer enrolment record set j previous a it time High exceeded by 83 at end of 1st Aye a by Jim ahm8e� a record so Zifa Ter session enrolment of �?~�,787 students bad registered at noon yesterday for the University s forty first annual eight weeks summer instructional period g. P. Tuttle registrar reported. A the total figure represents �?~2089 undergraduates and 1718 graduate. Students. Previous All time High enrol intent for the session was in 1938 when 3,704 students attended. / at the end of the first week of Bummer school Iasi year 2,051 under graduates and-1,5ssgraduates, -totaling3,643. Bad registered. In 1938, Juhe previous a record year 8,890�?jn-�lu�inff 2,188 undergraduates and 502 graduates had enrolled it the la Ose of the initial week additional enrollees this week probably Wil Send the total to More Han 3,800 summer students Contin Ling the summer enrolment up Wing which began in 1933 and has rown larger each year except for he slight decline recorded last sum Jer. A slight indication monday indication a although slight a of he increased summer enrolment was apparent monday when first Day figures mounted to 3.348, setting a new first Day enrolment record in he University s summer session his Ory a an increased number of graduate to indents accounted for the mild Rise londay. Since undergraduate enrolment fell off slightly for the third Zajc Esstle figures at the end a a the week however show an increase of 18 undergraduates Over last ear for the first week. A steadily increasing number of Aduarte students Many of them Ligh school instructor Peak Long fut Jar Are re Jjon Hje for the boost in enrolment tap thousand seven Hundred and eighteen graduates to Date represent a More than at the and of the rat week last year. Atef Tims for free changes undergraduates Are reminded that Loon tomorrow la tie. Latest Date for change of their study lists without a Eye. Latest time for rebates in full a at 5 p. M. Tomorrow. Other dates which students Njust i serve are1. J thursday june 27, 6 a latest a fee for. Change of graduate study site without fee. Thursday. July 4�?Legal Holiday asses dismissed. Friday july 5�?latest Date for fad uate students to Register for French and. German examinations. A saturday july a. Rio on latest a ate for rebates of half of fees Fei Iol improvement meet. A ily 9 to 12 tuesday to Friday Renco on improvement of the a Clit of program. A ply is. Friday examination in Bettch for graduate students. Psf try 19. Friday examination in a a a for graduate students. Us. 3. Stur Duys latest Date for. Des for master s degrees in it amp get to Deposit theses. A a a 9-19, Friday and saturday Al examinations. This was the scene in Compie Ghe Forest a of France when France Learned hitlers Price for peace in the Inie Railroad ear in. Which German in Lear Heff tie allies peace Price in j9�8. 1 grand aum. Boeder 2 Field marshal Hermann Goerrig 3 Adolf Hitler 4 col. Gen. Wilhelm Keitel. 5 col. Gen Waither von Brauchitsch 6 Rudolf Hess Deputy party Leader 7 Charles Huntziger 8 rear Adin. Maurice Veluce 9 foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop 10 Friedrich Wilhelm Brueckner hitlers adjutant 11 Faul Schmidt translator. Gen. Jean Marie Bergeret and Leon Noel Are seated out of View beside photo was radioed from Berlin to new York. A up in Tkai it vat the summer and until further 9�sd a the mini Quot trains no. 35 and it a of or actinic a tween Champaign six Nesco we discontinued a a tic last trip South lurid from it train no. Is gun Day. A a be my last trip northbound from Cham a a Wain no j monday morning jul. Hear hitlers peace terms w pm vote 4 billion Dollar program to make Fleet a greatest Washington Urfe 22.�? to a a 34,000,000,000 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 $1,000,000,000 tax defense Bill and a $1,768, 913,908 emergency appropriation for the army and Navy shared attention at the capital with reports of Strong. Opposition within the Senate naval committee to confirmation of col. Frank Knox a nomination to be Secretary of the Navy. Asks Knox to appear 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 be rejected 11 to 5. Whether or not the committee approves the nomination this member said May depend on Knox a statement of his attitude toward possible United states intervention in the european War. Tie Navy expansion Bill swept through the House with a chorus of a a a ayes on a Volee vote. The exact number of new ships proposed in it is a military secret the measure cloaking this by providing Only for 385.000 tons of battleships. 200,000 tons of aircraft carriers 420.000 tons of cruisers 250,000 Tond of destroyers and 70,000 tons of submarines. Predict Fleet of 618 warships there he a a been unofficial estimates however that completion of the program together with other naval construction already authorized would give the United states a Fleet of 618 warships cd Pable of Rnea Ting simultaneous threats in the Atlantic and Pacific. This Fleet would be compromised of 26 battleships 14 air plane carriers 70 cruisers 338 destroyers and 170-submarines. This compares with the a existing Navy of 15 battleships five air plane carriers 35 cruisers ,219 destroyers and 95 submarines. In addition to heavy combat ships the Bill also would authorize acquisition of 15,000 air planes construction of $25,000,000,of Small Harbor defense Craft and 100,000 tons of auxiliary vessels Carter Glass Fps. Amherst. Va., june 22.�?up>�? set pm Carter Glass of Virginia and my marry Scott Meade High school to Allier of latin and English were wed today. It was the second marriage for a Pali. Senior Virginia senator la 82 hints to baffled twin City citizens v by. Bill Blatti Champ ignites. Set. Your clock ahead now. If you a forgot to do it last night you Are on Central Daylight time beginning at 2 a. A today. Urban ans you just sit tight while we figure this out. A Champaign residents attending Urbana churches with the. Exception of first presbyterian Church will have to leave an hour later than usual on cd. Urban ans leave an hour Early for Champaign churches or it will look like you re trying to miss the collection plate. Remember Champaign Heaters and University entertainment programs will be operating on cd. Students dating in Urbana should keep in mind that the last bus will leave Urbana tonight at 11 p. M. Cost instead of Midnight Cost. Cham pain Urbana twin City lines will operate on cd at least temporarily. Co eds you Are due in tonight at 10 30 p. M. Central Daylight time better not try to convince your lips Mother otherwise. If you live in Urbana subtract hour As University Chimes strike the hour. For Urban ans eating dinner with friends in Champaign go Early your soup and your hostess manner Wil be frigid. Champ ignites eating with Urban ans must leave an hour late on cd or your hostess will think you ravenous. Lastly buy another watch set both of them Label them cd and Cost and. Save yourselves the trouble of figuring it opt. Theater Guild to give a margin for error the Iliani summer theater Guild will present As its first production Quot margin for error a a by Clare Boothe author of Quot the women a Richard Moody acting director of the Guild announced yesterday. The play will be Given july 17 and 18. A margin for error is a satirical comedy and an attack on nazism. The plot concerns the solving of the Mur amp or of a German Consul by an a Pelican police officer to Finkel Stein. Finke Steiff is the leading comic character. The play is the third presentation on the summer artists course. Committee dismisses woman student one undergraduate woman was dismissed this week from the University. C. R. Frederick Secretary of the. Senate committee on discipline announced yesterday. Her dismissal was. For concealing her place of residence in a no approved House and making false statements to University officers. Rabbi will lecture Samuel Cohen to give two addresses on theology a Tabby Samuel Cohon professor of theology hebrew Union College Cincinnati will deliver two addresses tomorrow on the Campus under the auspices of the summer session entertainment committee. Arrangements for rabbi Cohon a appearance Here were made by c. R. Frederick Secretary of the committee through the jewish a Chautauqua society in organization for presenting course of study and seminars in jewish history literature and philosophy at various universities. Quot theology of the modern jews �3 the title of rabbi Cohon a lecture at 4 p. M. St in 223 Gregory Hall. His second address will be at m. St in 10q Gregory Hall on a the function of religion in modern rabbi Cohon a is the author of a a what we jews believe.�?�. Quot love human and divine a a a origin of death a Quot Mission of Reform Judaism Quot and Quot Palestine in jewish he has been a Public lecturer in various universities since 1914. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati to did Post graduate work at the University. Of Chicago and was ordained rabbi by the hebrew Union College. Before becoming a member of the faculty of the College he served As rabbi in Springfield 0., and subsequently was called to Chicago where he organized Temple Mizpah and founded the Chicago federation of synagogues and the Chicago jewish Normal school. Taylor a condition serious Florence Italy june 22.�?w a Myron c. Taylor president Roosevelt a personal representative to the Vatican continued in a serious condition Here tonight of an illness which began several Days ago. H Arold Pogue omitted convention backs Roosevelt Lucas for top posts Springfield 111., june 22. A up a four nominees for the University Board of trustees were named at the Illinois democratic state convention tonight in a Surprise slate which did not renominated the present Board chairman Harold Pogue. Nominated for the regular so year terms were one incumbent mrs. Glenn plumb of Chicago mrs. Bruce e. Campbell of East St. Louis and stale sen. W. E. C. Clifford of Champaign. Kenney e. Williamson of Peoria was nominated for the two year vacancy left by. The death of Lou in c. Moschel of Pekin. / d. C. Dobbins former congressman from Champaign was selected As elector for president and vice president from the 19th congressional District. A demand third term the democratic convention a a demanded Quot a third term for Roosevlet and put Forth . Sen. Scott w. Lucas As a favorite son Choice for the vice presidential nomination. Recommending that the states bloc of 58 votes at the Chicago convention be cast As a unit for president Roosevelt a renomination cheering delegates adopted a Resolution praising Lucas As a a staunch Pho Der of the Basic policies of president sep Lucas convention Keynoter called for an endorsement of the president and his foreign policy of a extending material Aid to the allies. The Resolution presenting Lucas As a vice presidential candidate was read by mayor j. Kelly of Chicago. Offer no explanation although party leaders made no explanation of the u. Of i. Trustees slate aides of gov. Horner said he withdrew his. Request for one of the three nominations. Earlier gov. Horner although too ill to run for a third term had been represented As eager to have his name on the Ballott As a candidate for u. Of i. Trustee. Some sources said Pogue was not re nominated because his position As District spa director made him ineligible for Public office under the Hatch act. A Oscar g. Mayer of Evanston is the third trustee. His Teri i expires next year but he announced weeks ago he would not seek re nomination. Other developments other developments at the convention in the Banner draped state armory were. 1. Thirty two delegates at Large were named for the National convention. 2. Gov. Holders state adm Nistra was praised As a a honest efficient continued on Page three 1 r Dali Moll at your service during the summer session Strauch s at Campus. 709 s Wright note books pens stationery. Locker sate laundry cases Ink. Pencils supplies watch repairing. Photo finishing a attractive and Complete greeting card Stock a also a very completo a Stock of cameras photo equipment and supplies at Strauch s serving u. Of i. St Lents for Over 30 yearn violinist Trio will play Here Friday russian artists first on series chorus cancels booking the summer artists series will present Trio the first program of the series Friday night in Lincoln Hall theater. The Trio is composed of three Well known soloists. The Chanute Wing chorus which was scheduled to appear on the series july 1 has cancelled its appearance. It. Paul h. Dane director announced yesterday. Several members of the chorus have been transferred to other army Fields. Members of the russian Trio Are Ennio Bolognini cellist Nina Mesi Row mine in pianist and David Moll violinist. All three artists appear in Solo concerts often but play ensemble a for their own amuse the Trio was formed eight years ago and has been featured on several major concert courses throughout the country. It is presented annually on a Chicago concert series. Series tickets Are on Sale at the student Center. Ail five numbers will be held in air conditioned Lincoln Hail theater. Korean educator to talk today o. R. Avison Wii speak at first of weekly vespers meetings or. O. R. Avison president of chosen Christian. College. Seoul Korea will speak on a what of the Orient at the first in the weekly Vesper services series at 7 p. No. St today on the auditorium Steps. The services Are sponsored by the University Myca Owca. Presiding will be John Alexander �?T40. Elizabet Hross 42 is to be pianist and William Clendenin �?T40 will be song Leader. The program will consist of hymns Quot Day is. Dying in the �?�1 need thee every and a dear lord and devotions Wilt be offered by Alexander offertory by Mary Bain Lei Mann. Or. Avison Wil give tie Benediction. J. 51. Artillas editor of the american citizen will be next weeks speaker. Urbana red Cross reaches goal the Urt aim red Bovosa announced yesterday that to had reached its goal of $2.ot2 in its subscription drive. Contributions were received from 390 people school children gave $133 to the fund the dive Otora have decided to continue the drive to satisfy the Agency s envoys leave to begin discussion with in Duce British grieved amazed Churchill expresses a English viewpoint asks frenchmen for assistance London june 23. A sunday t it Jpio prime minister Winston Churchill expressing British Quot grief and amazement at France s acceptance of German 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 would have submitted to the German armistice Churchill appealed to frenchmen Over the Heads of the Petain government Quot to Aid to the utmost of their strength the forces of liberation which Are enormous and which faithfully and resolutely used will assuredly a Britain cherishes French cause a despite the action of the Bordeaux government he said a victorious Britain will Quot cherish the cause of the French people a and pointed out to them that a British Victory was a the Only possible Hope for the restoration of France and the Freedom of its the prime ministers statement As read Over the British broadcasting facilities follows. A this majesty a government has heard with grief and amazement that the terms dictated by the germans have been accepted by the French government at Bordeaux. Not popularly accepted a they cannot feel that such or similar terms would have been submitted to by any French government which possessed Freedom Independence and constitutional authority. A such terms if accepted by All frenchmen would place not Only France but the French Empire entirely at the mercy and in the Power of the German and italian dictators. A not Only would the French people be held Down and forced to work against their allies not Only would the soil of France be used with the approval of the Bordeaux government As the Means of attacking their the whole resources of the French Empire and the French Navy would speedily pass into the hands of the adversary for the full filament of his purpose. Will carry on War a this majesty a government firmly believes that whatever happens they will be Able to carry on the War wherever it May be on the seas in the air. And upon land to a successful conclusion. A Brave men from other countries overrun by nazi invasion Are steadfastly fighting in the ranks of Freedom. A accordingly his majesty a government a ills upon All frenchmen outside the Power of the enemy to Aid them in their task and thereby Render its accomplishment More sure and More Swift. A they Appeal to All frenchmen wherever they May be to Aid to the utmost of their strength the forces of liberation which Are enormous and which faithfully and resolutely used will assuredly British damage nazi warship London june 22.�?lt�--British naval and air units seeking to avenge the sinking of the 22.500-ton Aii Cruft Carrier glorious waylaid the 36.900-ton German battleship Sucharu Horst off ton Cheuu fjord and badly damaged her. The admiralty said afterwards the admiralty announced that a Large italian submarine. Attacked with depth charges in the Gulf of Aden had surrendered to the British trawler Moonstone. Jail Light kids Rockford us. June 22. Lib right men Aud women attempt my to distribute communist party literature were escorted to jail by police late today Aiter a series of lights broke 0u,t on the court House guns to cease firing six hours after notice of final agreement bulletin new York june 23. 5 a the French and italian peace emissaries will hold their first meeting today the British radio reported in a broadcast picked up Here by the lbs listening station. By Louis of. Lochner Berlin june 22.�? up a France made a final surrender to victorious Germany tonight signing in the Forest of comping be a peace based upon the Broad dictate Laid Down by Adolf Hitler. It was an armistice still conditioned however on h second capitulation a to Italy a and tonight men fought on in a conf Jet that waa a War no longer. It was Aii a Green rent that win bring a real armistice Only after the French have made their terms with Premier Mussolini. Six hours after the notice of this second armistice have been received by the nazi High command the guns will cease to speak. Take plane to Italy the weary French delegation took a plane almost immediately for an undisclosed City in to begin their conversations with Mussolini. This French surrender at an old and bitterly remembered scene of German defeat the railway ear in the Forest wan signed a col Gen. Wilhelm Keitel for Germany and by Gen. Charles Huntziger iqra France. Just what France had agreed to. At the end of a Short and bloody struggle which in 43 Days left half of her country in Erman Hada was not disclosed pending the italian negotiations. A states basis in preamble but when Hitler took his dictate to them yesterday he stated in a preamble to his detailed terms three Broad conditions that must be met. France was to agree to halt any form of resistance. Give Quot guarantees Quot to Germany to help her wage War on the historic French ally. England. Submit to a Quot new Quot peace in. Europe which would be designed above everything to help wipe out the a wrong done to the German Reich by Force in the last War. The fuehrer was not present a today s session. Activity centers in tent before i was returned to Berwin today from comping be the activity of the weary French delegation was entered in their tent near the Foch car. About 200 feet from that tent there was a portable Telegraph station available to them for communicating with their government. According to everything t could gather. Gen. Huntziger is the sort of person who could be relied upon to bring about such slight modifications of the German terms As was possible. He realized however that the cards were stacked against hint. Believes modifications discussed that slight modifications had been under discussion t gathered from one Tittle observation. Suddenly a High officer s car Camo dashing up. I on. Keitel emerged front it and i had seen him Only a half hour previously in the railway coach. It was evident that he had been to consult Hitler and it seemed equally evident that Hiller was staying somewhere quite close. No less Tevya Jug was the fact that Keitel was accompanied by l r. Five Inch Wilhelm. Gauss the Legal expert of the German foreign office. This Man has helped with the formulation of More German Legal document of International importance than almost any Outor nun Kuvik
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