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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - June 24, 1940, Hamilton, Ohio Remember one thing those of you who while shopping in Hamilton unfortunately lose or forget a package your purse etc., that it s not lost until a journal news lost and Bai. Failed to recover it for you. Make your loss known with a journal news lost advertisement of amp tuck a act Suomi ulus Ito Cut a i4t<uokat to a Ollu fort Hamilton in 1791 vol. 54�?no. 160 monday. June 2 4, 1940 entered second Claes matter Post office. Hamilton Onclo Price three cents 75,000 or. 1 Quot Leaf news family of possible Reader. My 14 pages weather Hamilton and Vicinity partly Cloudy and cooler tonight. Tuesday fair and sign peace pact with Italy a a 0 wee a a a # to a a a v or a a a a tee Ess see s a a it it it # # # a a a let to it # # a a a a Willkie claims gains As Republican convention opens a a a a a a # j s aaa aaa t # t aaa co aaa a a aaa aaa inroads made armistice on forces of Dewey Taft terms make France virtual nazi ally hostilities will tenure of French Fleet important aspect of War delegates called to order by chairman Hamilton aloof stand it ukr itt i. P. Foreign Crom european War appears certain in foreign policy of party platform Jujj in i pm latest pre i Philadelphia june 21. A new Willen invasion it an a tis r candidate ramp developed today in this i in rep a Tenn von \ coition failed to re it a a presi Cly it Tai nominee and Frame a party to lira. A bloc of l l favourable to Wen Tiell Willkie developed in tin big Pennsylvania delegation to 72 which a. Pledged to gov Aithur Janie. Already inroad had let Een made by tin utilities Man into the lot it. A it Thomas k. Dewey of no York und senator Taft of us to. 8wing to Wilkic the i h Wilkic do Vel oped when Frank j. Harris it Pittsburgh Leader of the Western Pennsylvania group Aid la Dele a Tea with whom Winkle had breakfast probably would Ewing from James to Willkie after the tir t or second ballot. When the time came for the formal opening of the convention tin big Hall was Vetill filled with the noise of Delegate pushing Taft sets pave i Philadelphia june 24. Up senator Robert a. Raft. Ohio will tis this week to Iii Delegate by teaching them Bridge and bowing them the latest styles. I Tatt s managers have a i ranged for a series of Bridge lectures at his Headquarters j every morning for the enter a a nuent of visiting women. A Sty in show with gowns shown by professional models and featuring a Martha Taft \ dress has been arranged for i tuesday. M fun Lri Vav Rifer v York june 24. England so 11 a it to keep n much of the French Empire at War a possible in Defiance of the capitulation of the Bordeaux government presents typical Winston Churchill shrewdness and qui Erneas at grasping Opportunity. The British Premier move in condemning the action of the French government and throwing both moral and material rapport Hack of a French National committee created in London to carry on tile tight i reported to have met with some sneer Quot already. Undoubtedly it will he hailed by Many a a stroke of Genius for the British report that pledges of mip Rort Hae Bern received from numerous French colonies. All thi is to Cotil hut to my mind Otic of the Ino t in he Raj tit aspects cd the stroke is this week end mishaps through crowded aisles to locate marked eat by state standards. Law by simply stood Aud talked. Ami a band from a stand in a Niche High up near the Root Drew Down splashes of music. Tho first Gavel crack came at 10 47 a. Iii. . Chairman John Hamilton ordered delegates i be stated and instructed the Weigant at Arni to Clear the Ai la. Few paid any attention. Looking Over the confused scene Hamilton Laid Down the Gavel Aud i hatched Hack to find a seat. Q just a Little earlier the Kansas to Cleg at Ion had replaced him As a National committee member by electing Harry Darby it Kansas City to the Post. Hamilton was not a candidate to succeed himself. The action did not affect the a t Ion a i Cha i ruin it hip. Landon ovation Alf m. Landon 1936 nominee was Given an ovation by the Oklahoma delegation As he walked up the aisle to the Kan a Section inc Delegate shouted you re liable to he the nominee before up get out of Here. The convention convened three quarters of an hour late Atter Hamilton finally obtained order and asked the entire audience to i c while they Sang a America to the accompaniment it a piano. The assemblage remained standing while the Rev Albert Joseph Mccartney a tor of the Cove Nam first presbyterian Church of Washington d. Prayed that a a a pint of Charity Quot preside Over the convention and that it be dedicated Quot anew upon the altar of our nation mayor Robert k. Lamerton welcomed the convention to Philadelphia. He told the delegates that a a from a political viewpoint Quot they would a a be among Rush routine the convention Rii hed through the routine formalities of approving the temporary Roll of delegates Andes dec Ting temporary officers including gov. Harold of Staten icon taut on Pant Ai i a a Iii Niril in or. I Columbus the june 24.�?re turn of warm weather to ohm Over the week end was accompanied by at Lea tel traffic deaths and three drowning. Trains killed two of Liers. A eap sized Canoe sent Howard j. La \ v. Age 20, of la Vela lid to his death in Portage lakes near Akron seven year old William Hayes was drowned in the Ohio River at Middleport Ami Jolt Jones la in the Mahoning River near Nile. Four Whit Virginia youth lost their lives in the Ohio River. The Hoat swamped at dam 13 near Wheeling they were Samuel Goegelein Melvin Craddock Earl it land and William Lark All of Mcmechen. A hit skip Motorist killed Joseph shaven age �0, a he walked to Church West of Wapakoneta. Other killed in traffic included Frank Gerlaugh. Be 59, in an automobile collision near Dayton. Mary Lott Overmyer age 8, in a ear truck Accident at Fremont Edward Danforth age 35, of Youngstown 7 a automobile it Hap on route in near Edinburg. Harry e. Bald Atif age 48, struck attempting to Cross a Cleveland Street. Mrs. Bettie East in age 64, of Wayne i ll., died in a Findlay to Pital following the crash of i c Ontic on in Nitro is �ww1 re leg Boston came Pobo ton june 24. Up a the opening game of the Serif sailed a led today Between the league leading Cincinnati reds and Boston Bee a postponed because of cold and threatening weather. Germany occupies Western Seaboard Quot Britain to ignore Petain government will Deal with new setup i Pirl Vitril a Rry a i France in St in it jacket cd Van salad few stripped of her coastline reduced to a land locked third of her territory Ami forced to become virtual ally of Germany in the impending Quot Battle for Britain Quot a was the Fate reported today by the Briti a government under the terms of the Asia peace. French Amu ice delegates in Rome communicated with their government Iii Bordeaux by tale the Fate if the powerful French phone and it a indicated that air Force Large sections arc reportedly under news briefs i Kim let Isril i rom i Sidney bad Man Quot John Finch age 29, kills self instead of shooting in oat with officers wha trapped him in apartment hideout As escaped convict. Washington a a bombs Ella promised by Dies committee officials a they prepare it a ten hearing on in a Mei lean activities at Austin. Tex a. Florence Italy Moron c. Taylor president Roosevelt personal representative to Vatican to undergo operation in Rome get mood transfusion. A lung Tony near department reports War time peed in putting civilians to work on defense projects a Mort than 120990 to plovers Ami will take on 29,999 More within few months. London renters i Patch says British and French official building damaged by japanese air raiders at chunking China. Navy and of which British control As Well As that of a big army in Syria Are involved Iii tilt Man Euver. May prove disaster i draw your attention again to the. Fuel that the of the French Navy to Germany might represent disaster for Britain in the forthcoming life and death straggle. That Mould give Hitler and his Nix partner near parity Villi the British Navy provided they Contd provide Crews to Man the ships. As a expected Herr Hitler a demanded thai both the Navy and the Airt rce he turned Over to him. In anticipation of this observers have been wondering what Britain would do if the French government requested that tile Fleet and airships he sent hark to France. It Woald be Dii i i f on Pas is House authorizes a a mightiest Navy Washington june 24. A the House saturday night unania Ino % \ Psi soil a Bill authorizing the treat Ion of the world s mightiest a v to defend the United states Aud the Western Benn sphere Jiganti l any possible combination of enemies. The measure granting Autler it to build 299 War hip in entire streamlined Fleet for the Atlantic Ocean at a eos to of >1,900,-000,000 now Gas to the Senate where any action on it Quot ill await return of Congress from the Republican National convention recess. It is not an appropriation Bill and the administration is not pressing for split second action. Experts estimate that it would require from five to seven year to Complete the program. House action was one of the. Last major aet of that chamber before the weeks recess Ami came Atter Congress had finished work on the big defense Money Bills for the Lull meal year. 8o far this session Congress has appropriated for actual defense activities fl2b7.271.469 in Cash and authorized an additional 976,698,009 m contracts for defense projects. This brings the defense program this session to $5,-083,969,47� which does not include Ulii supplementary items As youth training Airport and fortress construction by the w. P. A. And arms engineering River Harbor and flood control projects. Gangway for gov. Bricker end late today the a cease Fife order ending Frances part in tin 10-month-old european War probably would go into effect late today. Italian troop meanwhile pushed into France i rom Mont Birne to the. Mediterranean a a my Lime High command said and threatened to Isiiah through the French line in the maritime a in. Italians repulsed the French High command re ported however that italian attacks were thrown Hack with heavy i. Fascist said Italy a her Tjin re in the spoils would demand to occupy All Frances Mel tier Rabeun const and later a table a a Quot butter it ate Quot in Southern France. The i seizure coupled with Germany s occupation of France s Western a a aboard from Dunke que on the fog i Tell Channel Down the Bay of Biscay to Spain would leave France without a Ingle port. Against stubborn French re is Tanee nazi troops marched on Down the beaten Republic. Atlatl tic coast As far As the. Mouth of the genomic River the. German High command reported near Bordeaux la Rochelle and Rochefort were captured a the German neared Bordeaux French provisional capital while further North the it Vader reached the vie Ini to of Poi tier and took Quot a steadily grow my store of Southeast of Lyon which lie Only 299 Miles North of France s Mediterranean i Milt of Marseille German columns reported break lug fierce French resistance in advancing toward Grenoble Aud ii Ontl null on let i ice a i. Altos ele to manage Portsmouth 0,t june 24. Up alter Quot Smokey Alston of Darrtown 0.� slugging first baseman of the Portsmouth red Bird to Day a elevated to manage of the last place mid Atlantic league club succeeding i red Dorman. Branch Rickey vice president and general manager of the St. Lami cardinals Parent club put Dol Man in charge of i or ailing Cardinal farm club at Cooleemee the Elas i North Carolina state league. Alston i 29 year old is a graduate a a i Miami University Ami led the league in Home run in 19.18. He broke into baseball at Greenwood mi�., in 1935 and Abo has played at Huntington a vast Louis Rochester Houston and in i Ambus a la. Conditions of armistice not yet disclosed order to sign agreement comes after Cabinet session conducted in Bordeaux bulletin Oor Lelh Prmt i Rome. June 24. The envoys of beaten France tonight signed an armistice with Italy. Hostilities will cease at 1 35 a. In. Tuesday 6 35 p. In. Is t. Monday the signature of the French italian armistice brings into effect the French German armistice signed saturday in the Forest of comping be. Which provided that hostilities would cease six hours after the German High command had been notified of the signing Here. The French and italian envoys signed their pact at 7 35 p. In. 12 35 p. In. E. S. To. The conditions were not disclosed immediately. The conference lasted nearly four hours. Rome june 24. France s armistice delegates carrying new instructions from the Bordeaux government met the italians today for the second time to negotiate terms to restore peace to the beaten French. Fascist leaders believed an agreement would he reached today. A a Eelis a to Jim Riml few. Governor John w. Bricker right hat in air of Ohio Rode i he discussion lasted Over two hours but there was no into the Broad Street station in Philadelphia on a baggage truck immediate indication of the results the meeting began at 8 45 p. In. And the delegates parted soon after 6 la a. In. Bricker and other members of the Ohio delegation Are hacking senator Robert Taft for the presidential nomination at the Republican National convention. Around convention town i Oil a la Tell or a i Philadelphia Jan. 21. The Gadget minded visitor to the Republic in National Coneen lion have a tie. Day on a round of candidates headquarter. Ile could gel a Long Indian Feather at tin Dewey ramp a red Carnation it the tall Camp a red White anti Blue Quot we want Winkle Quot Button and a Quot get on tile Van Wagon Quot Button i nun tin Vandenberg Headquarters anti a i iou have tin Robert a. Taft Heinl Viiar i s Here today a a virtual Beehive of action with Many 4 be minutiae i the limelight. Former governor and mrs my us y. A in it we. Orb arrival and in reaching an both plunged into work Early. Oiler arriving at headquarter were Thome i to i Lent ire and i. Tallent ire of it to Einnatz l Barie i p. Fait brother Ltd t the a a a mgr. Is fan Dabney Thomson e. S. To. Sec Little time wasted the French envoys who received Italy. Terms in a first meeting shortly after their arrival by plane yesterday discussed them by Telephone Quot till the Bordeaux government and then motored to the seventeenth Century Villa inches a 12 Miles from Rome. Since France already has accepted German terms it was regarded As highly probable that Little time would be wasted agreement with the italians. In Bordeaux the. French Cabinet ported to i Cace com Havi the after a Brief session was re re it it id ifs Ducus Iii to the Lane on town the lint. Some Ca delegates a. Reported to one of each just in ease. Who a been to it in. I it to Taft mice ii-1 Jinn Julius flex Chaun. A ret Ary and the Taft worker will woo vote tomorrow afternoon with a style How for Republican. I in Climax will be a Quot Martha Taft Quot gown Navy Bim a err for Street with a billowing White Collar of Orga my. Herbert k. Hyde of Oklahoma City chairman of tin convention re out Ion committee knocked i vain lat night at the. Door of a subcommittee drafting the party foreign policy Plank Ile finally gained admittance by telephoning the closed aet Ion to unlock the. Door. I lilt i while i grinning 19 your a Shine on the governor Art but wit of 209 watched a ear old Boot Lack put of of Button to. In lame i Man Willi ii. Grad Aoa Grad fan of i in inn a to Al o arrived today. Gradi on had Lawn in new York in the inter. I of the Taft Campaign he re ported that alter the lir to few ballot. Taft will have support front the fun i re state Gradi on Aid there a a Boom on fur by ill Fie in new York hut that it was confined int a i it to the. Financial District Iii Friend there informed him that they lid not take the Willkie Boom a threat to the tat t Campaign. On v s to talk preach resort v i. French Swiss Frontier. A i me 24, up German tank and armoured ear entered tin Limon communicated i in Rome. Italian troops driving into France the italian High command announced that my were driving into Fram e from Mont Blum to the sea enemy fortification Iii the High Mountain and eur is Tanee a Well a had weather condition Quot the forts if Brianton Leer and Tirier Aud other the High command communique declared. It asserted thai italian were very Active in rom it Rcd the sinking of an Allied submarine Pennsylvania outside a mid City hotel. Said the Boot Lack Quot he slipped a two hit for the Job but done it for not lung just to get another look at those funny looking who. Quot French Lake resort of Bam. Between the Alp Jara late this afternoon my to report it receive Swiss Frontier. Aisle Aud the Accord at the Ohio Republican delegation holds organization meeting no hint of leaving Taft for Willkie g. . Is Black tre Asi re fads Philadelphia june 24.�?the Republican party is Well in the Black i. B. Good peed treasurer reported to Lav to the National committee. In fact he lid on june to it my 230,842 in Ca ill in the ban and an exec of a set Over All liabilities amounting to 430,5�7. During the lat four year Geode peed reported the committee had wiped oui $1,250,000 Iii debt resulting from the 1919 ramps Ign. F t. Weir steel operator har beet Given the Job of raising funds for the 1940 Campaign it r. J. Arma i Philadelphia Lune 24. Up a with no hint of any a tuft of support from senator Robert a Taft to Wendell Willkie Ohio delegates to the Republican National convention today named gov John a Bricker chairman of the delegation. Former gov Myers 5. Cooper of Pic Munnt was named vice chairman John b. Hollister of Cincinnati Secretary representative Thoua a. Jenkins of Ironton to the resolutions committee Henry Bannon of Portsmouth to the credentials committee Robert Fletcher of Findlay to the Miles committee and Lawrence i. Payne of Cleveland to the committee on permanent organization. Clop great strength from Ohio when that delegation leaves Taft Quot Drew denial from Bricker and de Schorr a Tate party chairman Quot stick to Taft Quot Bricker said a no Delegate from Ohio a even hinted he would leave Taft. Tile Ohio Delegate Wili St irk to Taft right to the end a to rumours of an arrange men to switch from Tao to Bricker after a certain number of ballots Bricker Aid. A there i no agreement of any Hind. We re for Bob a pamphlet comparing Hin or with Lincoln appeared in circulation Here. A special Appeal was made to Tim ohioans by Willkie support a Willkie a claim that he Wilt w to argued he could be Ca Heil an Ohio candidate because of i former re Idelee in Akron. Telegrams letter and cards poured in on the delegates urging sup Ort of Wilkic. Bricker a Abl mod of a Ach Pleat he received came from Cleveland but Quot this Campaign has made no Progress with our takes limelight mrs. Taft took number Ope spot in political activity by wives of presidential aspirant. She called the first feminine pro conference of the convention. V it at it l at a crowded tall she snapped out three reason for her husband a candidacy a a a brain character and she a Aid he i Quot not an extreme isolationist in a for Ait to tin Alii Short very a Bort a of five civilians wounded in Malta air raid Cai june 21. T. L i i i Elt i in Ihus Wail wounded in a a Erie of air Rani on the British naval base at Malta by a Largo Force of italian bomber Essof cd by fighter plan a a Royal an for communique r quilted today. British parliament member is taken Loudon june 21. Up sir Richard James Merer age 97, barrister and member of parliament since 1923, died lat night. He a knighted in 1923. Can nutty Portland Iii. June 24. A a Colman f. J. Cooney stopped a speeder who huffed Quot Why Don t you a a me if i m going to a i ire Quot Okay Quot said Looney. Quot Are you going to a l ire a Quot be. I g d a Telephone Cal ii barn on gooney led the Way. Tho in the tyrrhenian a Ca. Unlike atmosphere Reading of the italian term Villa Inch a 12 mile out i his took Ataee at 7 to which pervaded the compier the a ame plenipotentiaries Germany. A company of Carabiniero in War uniforms was drawn up out Side the Villa when the French arrived a a Ort Ltd by motorcycle trooper from their a Urban Villa. The Carabiniero plated Faselis Salute the French were received by Andrea Geis a i lie a de \ Aglia to Chiel ceremonial officer and other foreign Mim try official. The italian plenipotentiaries greeted them with the fascist Salute. All at Down Aud foreign min i ter it Utu it Galen to piano announce d that marshal Pietro bad Oglio Chiel of the army general a Tuff would deliver the armistice term by order of Premier Mussolini. La mat shul Rose and a poke briefly. Then hurtling to general Mario boat to army Assiz tent Chiel of stall he a hed him to read the conditions. General barbs Hunt Iger one of the French delegates formally acknowledged that in Aud i companion had taken note of the conditions and would transmit the terms to their government for a decision to to Given at the next meeting. Speeds to Rome they were then escorted to their automobile end returned to their Villas while count wino sped to Rome to see my a Olini the French had arrived yesterday from Munich in three German planes. Acceptance of the italian terms a regarded by political circles Here a a foregone conclusion i tront lured on i a i by ohm a troops despite Strong no enemy re were taken Africa Ami submarine Chaber of comping be Forest i it a Alan in the seventh Century de of Rome required Only 29 minutes p in. In an atmosphere quite unlike that be Forest in France Las saturday when accept cd separate term imposed by w a at a glance 4 pres i Bordeaux Quot cease tire Quot order expected late today As Cabinet studies Italy s terms of armistice British ambassador leaves Bordeaux French Alpine troops also 150,000 Maginot line soldiers May carry on War from North Africa. London a British government a ays Axis terms reduce France to land locked third of her territory. Force her to become Germany a ally in impending a Battle for Berlin nazi troops capture la Rochelle Rochefort reach Mouth of Gironde River other German columns Battle French in Advance toward Grenoble opposite italian Border Hitler clears decks for major assault on Britain. Rome italians regard French acceptance of Italy a terms As inevitable Frances emissaries study peace conditions. Tokyo Japan protests to Britain on arms traffic to China through Burma formation of National party believed imminent. Montevideo Uruguay sees it fifth column drive bolstered by United states offer of Aid to any threatened american nation. Ohioan Dies in crash Anvil. 0�?z Jinn 24. Up a a1 two Ai no i i crash lat night on would i route 82 killed Jack by ter age 20. Of Warren

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