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Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Pulaski, Virginia The War today by Dew itt Mackenzie England position on eve of the German assault appears considerably in View of the word received in authoritative in Washington that Brit Ain already has taken Over most of the French matter of vast import am to the Allied if tie Wintish Are Able to keep their hands on irrespective of the Armi tue this most Ceil amly will a vital braking on the trend of this last phase of the 1 the Point is hat Britain must depend Greasy on her naval Arm to wage War against Ger Possession of the French Navy would wive the Axis part ners near parity with the Brit ish fled the worlds increasing the Gravity of eng lamps it would appear from the Washington report that the British May not get much actual fighting value our of he because she cannot service the ships with munitions and spare parts which largely differ from her own without the fre Irth plants and machine shops now in enemy that int what mat ters so Britain main con Cern is to keep these warships out of hitlers that gives Britain a naval superiority Over both Italy and Ger Many of perhaps better than two to one in this Means that Italy must be the possibly not too comfortable Standard bearer of the Axis since the German Fleet has been heavily reduced by War a second slice of Good for tune is understood to have fall in to England in the acquire ment of a Large number of French and How she is going to need them her first Job is going to be to beat off Germany Superior air and those French planes Are Worth More than Gold to her at this to if Britain can withstand the furious bombardment from the air which undoubtedly will open the new German drive will she have a Chance to defeat the of England is Able to shield herself from this blood then she with be Able to utilize her Navy in an Effort to strangle both Germany and Italy by upon these two operations largely hangs the Fate of great while Fortune has smiled on the British in the matter of the French Fleet and planes things Haven Gino so Well in other some of the neutrals Are beginning to touch their hats to the the cold fact is that most of the european neutrals Are scared by the devastating Power of the nazi one of the world War allies and until recent months the Friend of Anglo French has drawn closer to King Carol has formed a new totalitarian party on nazi lines and it is understood hat the government will be of the nazi fascist thus for the moment ends the struggle Between Britain and Germany for the favors of the country which possesses the All important Oil Hitler a iced so badly for his prosecution of he Only source he has been Able to tap the rest of Balkans Are sitting Piette hoping that running dogs of War will pass them powerful Mas Ter of the strategic Dardanelles and pledged to support the allies in Mediterranean warfare not involving is guarding its neutrality in View of the French Lark of turkish support would be a grievous loss to and now Japan has decided to take a hand in the matter of British and French possessions in the Southern according to quarters close to the Tokyo gov this source save Nippon also plans closer relations with Germany and and a Nega Tive attitude towards any Ameri can move towards that would bring Japan with in the Axis orbit at a time when the Anglo French allies Are unable to devote much time or strength to Protection of the great the specifically it looks As though control of the Colony of Hon Kong and French indo cd Tina is and the Axis partners apparently intend to give Spain a place in the terms for i services that raises another danger for England in Oher Mediterranean mrs Sprinkel pies Willette Gillespic Active in Harrisonburg club Cir died at her Home Early sat she had Joeen suffering of a heart ailment for three she was one of the founders of the Spotswood Garden and former president of the Episco pal Sprinks was the daughter of John Wythe Gil of Augusta the Southwest your sunday morning newspaper considered a member of 98 per cent of Enlas lift Homes i 1940 volume 105 Attro coated pro Fly newel service june 1910 by Parrlor boy within City 16c ppm single copy weather v Fri Nair Itil t French and it meeting to Complete Axis peace terms House approves 4 billion warship construction plan Congress recesses for Republican convention after approving must legislation Senate completes tasks late take full gop gathers for sessions up Congress quit last night for a one week recess after sending to the White House a billion Dollar tax Bill and Over of appropriations 0 a scattering of noes came from the Republican Side when the House adopted the Resolution Wajeh closed a ten hour Day for the and recessed con Gress until july acting swiftly on one item after the Senate and House sent to president Roose velt a score of Bills during the including a emergency defense measure and the annual appropriations for re the Lahore department and Federal Security authorizes to addition to the direct a Congress also granted authority for various govern ment agencies to enter into con tracts totalling almost another the purpose of this High Speed action was twofold to allow an interlude for the Republican National convention beginning Mon Day at Philadelphia and to get vital appropriation measures enacted into Law Well before the new fiscal year starts on july in addition to giving Quick approval to Compro Mises on the tax and defense the two branches of Congress accepted and sent along to the White House a Compromise Relief appropriation As finally the defense tax Hill was shorn of a Senate approved proposal for a War pro fits it carries provisions to increase the National debt0 limit from to Lowers personal income tax exemptions increases the number of individual tax payers by an estimated and imposes increased taxes on theatre Gaso line and numerous other pro covers to incomes the income tax changes will cover 1940 incomes payable on March the excise in creases become effective immediately the president signs the leg the emerge by defense appropriation was the latest of president Roosevelt recommended defense Exendi the bulk of the fund will be used for army guns and other but part will go for Navy including a Start on construction of j8 new fighting passage of the emergency de sense Bill brought the total of de sense appropriation measures approved up to in numerous items intended for defense purposes appeared in other routine Supply in addition to action by both houses on the emergency defense Money tha House passed on id open convention is seen Philly hotels jammed leading contenders for the re publican presidential nomination arrived in this Carniv Albent convention City saturday denying fast flying rumours of impending and looking Forward to the party first wide open con test for the nomination since Wendell the new York utilities Man risen from dark horse ranks Thomas the Young new York District at who swept the preference and senator Robert of fresh from the fir ing line in reached town to join senator styles Frank Gannett and governor Arthur of Penn Colita Rimml on Inke 4 column 3 three Pulaski photos cited Betty Thomas entry ins fourth in Irin Nias cameramen contest chairman of the exhibition committee of the Virginia professional photographers Asso announced saturday Noyin ners in a special childrens photo graph contest which provided Pic Tures for an exhibition being shown at the Virrinia museum of Fine the which opened the contest last october offered in Purchase prizes for five outstanding which will be presented to the museums permanent the jury of composed of Robert publicity director of the Virginia chamber of and Maben retired Richmond selected these winners winners named photograph of Charles Harvey Shockley Dewitt Suanne Elizabeth Saunders Piv and Martha French capitulation occurs As German demands Are met i Rome silent regarding conference Between Allied partner and 11 Duce fighting continues terms of pact yet unknown by the associated press British prime minister Vinston Churchill made a Flam ing Appeal today to frenchmen everywhere to fight on at Britain Side against despite French Capitu lation last night to a German armistice which he said no free and Independent French government could have frankly going Over the Heads of the Bordeaux govern Churchill said that the German if accepted by All would Force the French to work against their would use the soil of France As a Means of attacking and would turn the French Navy and Empire Over to despite All he Britain will cherish the cause of the French and a British Victory is Frances Only Hope for restoration and sunday general be former assistant to Paul resigned French said in a broadcast in French Over British broadcast corporation today that the effect of the conditions dictated by Ger Many would be that sea and air forces would lie completely arms san rendered and the territory of France completely England held Ripe to storm increased pressure seen by nazis As Dree is scheduled French negotiators accept hitlers armistice terms 7n this same setting where mine dered in Lily petitioners of fallen France marched up to the historic railway at to Luar Adolf Hitler Tenns of Accord Itig to German censors this photo Indi oed irom Bilm Toavs of the French one in one in chilian gain inv my among the tall of Compi Elneor est at time of Nea continued on in of column 5 Royit Linioul on Piliro column 7 realized from Market and dance benefits last week with the entire co nifty Cooper the War Market staged on the courthouse Lawn Fri Day and saturday netted which will be contributed to the red Cross to swell the Pulaski county the Benefit dance Friday night added another to the fund and numerous tribute on pushed the fund still nearer to the More than has already been raised on the second officials announced last night As committees concluded most successful Charity Market Ever staged the entire county l cakes and other foodstuffs quickly sold contributions from Draper and Allisonia in Many instances Wace sold before they beached the it was report Bridge and Flowers were in heavy demand As Pulaski count ians bought Gener during yesterday the firemen band added to the gaiety of the it presented a Donee him on Tinaple shaded red Cross officials last night expressed thanks to 51 mat Gill and her which supervised the lauded also were and Fred Cole and who handled arrangements for the Danci at the High school gymnast the Campaign will continue until the quota is Carter Glass weds teacher ceremony is performed saturday at Amherst Bride is Idow with the same Lack of fanfare that has characterized their senator Carter Glass of Virginia and Mary Scott High school teacher of latin and eng were wed saturday before the candlelit altar of ascension episcopal Church it was the second marriage for the Barney Rector of Epiphany episcopal Church at Washington and for Many years chaplain of the United states performed the episcopal ring service before the altar banked with easter lil ies and ferns and candelabra which were part of the brides ancestral the John Wellford Rector of ascension assisted in the arranged ahead the senior Virginia who is who in obtained their mar Xiage License Here wednesday but made no prior announcement of their plans for the continued on ill no column j continued in face column Virginia cop delegation is spotlighted Vir Ginia delegates to the Republican National uninstructed will be in the limelight this various candidates for the Republican presidential nomination their a column 5x late news bulletins pm japanese troops from the China province of Kwangsik were reported today moving to Ward French Jud China As other japanese forces steadily com plated the occupation of areas adjacent to Hong Kongs main these japanese Advance in this described officially As an operation Only again chinese was carried out without ground although there was some office planned James director of Tho Bureau of foreign and Domestic announced saturday that a new District office would be opened at Auu ind july Roy former chief of the bureaus foodstuffs who has been making a special study of Industrial development in Virginia and neighbor ing will i be in f can Kirms signing sum Lav British now in a dip Alch Oark Loda Iho Cial had continued the of Tho ainu ice m comp Ionno Forest at Tiquio 1 x x x neg Kors found h ii n i1 District i our july by ought second Dou iof murder vend it urday against two negroes used of slaving a liquor store during a Holdup february the defendants were Latonn and John the store owner was Herman he was shot through the heart after he fired several tunes at the italians stage k c raids on base Alexandria scene of 4 attacks upon Fleet Egypt i four italian air raids on this Allied naval base Weie off saturday b the antiaircraft nuns of the British and Fionch four of the attack irn bombers shot coastal batteries joined in a heavy bombardment o enemy bombs fell in Tho but no ovo1 the Cit is the raiders Appal Omav trom Italy Iai at toss Tho came in Waves Vav huh ammo men Back the cooperative action of both Jib uti bombed italian Pian Oao bombed i 1ionoh sow soveral Timo but Thoie were no casualties and no known dam bombed the Dabo to Tho attack Ltd to predictions that Mir i quickly declare War on Covilli Mikil on Isaice i Lunin 4 eng land is Ripe for Well informed 7iazi quarters said last As tins View widened in Ger Many the communique told of met eased pressure against England from the air and on the nearly 100 bombers roare4 Oxer English Coasto communities last night in another mass Demon stration of air they will go the German press emphasized that adequately based planes need not fear sea Ideal subject the news service Dienst aus deutschland declared that ens land is an Ideal for at in that it is a setup for Quick destructive air forays and for blockade the news service added eng land is being Defeated by one of every hour of delay in French decision at com Pisegne Forest helped the German army to make the French Mili tary position More hopeless Ger Man the armistice is going hand in hand with the final collapse of the French was the Way one press report put Germany is in Possession of excellent air bases along the French and belgian Dienst aus deutschland pointed out in developing its thesis that England is Ripe for the communique said 25 enemy planes were brought Down june British informed sunday to a statement by prime Mim Stei Winston Churchill issued Eaily this morning said the Brit ish government had Ilg Iet and amazement that the terms dictated by the germans had been accepted by the French government at h mud by t honorable i French announced last night that conditions Mace Germany in the armistice reached com Pisegne Otiest hard but i commentators said if the conditions had riot been honorable France would have been Teav to tight on m her Home is silent it the place and me of armistice negotiations Between italian represent a Trees and the French emissaries flown hone saturday from com Pisegne were kept secret last night in Homo pending offi Cial italia first Learned that the Fiebich had sinned the terms of German armistice in a special German radio announcement at 1045 the German broadcast said the terms could not yet be a later italian radio announce1 ment said the terms probably would fall into three groups German o c c u p a t i o n of Frances Fng Lih Channel ports i until the War with England is i Mahtan measures to assure that the French will not Aid Bri economic measures in Conelli Ucil on Inife column 0 continued Oil column 1 european federation foreseen As result of Victory by allies up an Allied Victory in this or some subsequent phase the second world War in a sat Britain claims bombed Kris in factory Tow air Ortii Nistis announced Tho Krupp armaments works at Essen were bombed by the Royal air Force i last Imp Nutant German aircraft fac tories and storage buildings were reported attacked by heavy bomb would Lead to an european action to lower Tariff Barrier Sand stimulate the International Exchange of Louis special european correspondent of the the told the of Virginia Institute of affairs a he would moan a monster militarism that will dominate and enslave All t Pis her prefaced his review of the War causes As Urey stemmed from the Versailles l of the policies and of weaknesses of the democracy with this Asser Tion i is too Early to Bury the continued on Hiko column democracies democracy unfurl the Swastika throughout Hast not demo Rabiea ire Viiu before that has happened England and America must be the who formerly was Berlin correspondent for the it few York criticised the policy of appeasement and the failure of the allies to Stop Hitler when he was he blamed Berlin As a bad englishman who sacrificed the defense of is nation to protect his this he is indictment of the men and of Colum ii

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