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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Sandusky, Ohio Assoofi Alfid a Utiss it Ftp ports the Sandusky Register Awta toss Fratea of 0 in d 1 8.2.%hmfu% a emt uts in t Region. During the last 84 hours showers have occurred in the upper Lake Region. Temperatures have Olsen in the Ohio and refineries hut nit Dlo. Mississippi valleys. J new York. Juliu 22 up All local data highest temper refineries in Franco have been denture yesterday 65. On same Date  stroked or so seriously damaged last year 89 lowest temperature under direction of French military yesterday 51, on Samu Date last j authorities As to Render them use year 6j precipitation yesterday .07, less until rebuilt the Oil and Gas up same Date last year .68 i Muld. J journal a Trade publication said to 7 30 a. M. 70. 1 80 p., a 93 today. Virtually All French petrol aun rises today 4 59. Sun sets to Euit Stock also were removed or Day i 07 in at 7 30 I destroyed prior 10 the German oc-8�. A Sterna 60. I cup Tiwi. The publication added. Washington june 1 up the United states government made Plain today is news dispatches from the Orient reported japanese troops wore moving toward French Flo. China that it would regard any attempt to Niter that Colony s status by Force As a threat to peace in the entire Pacific area. Vote Sill for us to become naval Leader four billions to to spent to boost warship construction House Dacid Sis. A by the associated Praul Washington Juno 22 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 $1,000,000,000 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 non nation to be. Secretary of the Navy ask Knox hearing Tho 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 h to 5. Whether or not the committee approves the nomination this member said May depend on Knox s state ent of his attitude toward possible United states intervention in the european War. The Navy expansion Bill swept through the House with a chorus of ayes on a voice vote. The exact number of new ships proposed in it continued on Page 12, col 5 trustees still being sought Tiffin june 33 special a additional evidence connecting two escaped convicts with the theft last wednesday Light of the Ira Swander car was in the hands of police today. License plates issued in now York were found at i he driveway of the Seneca fertilizer co. North of Tho City where the Kanuer car was recovered the previous Day. I of ice said the plates hid been removed from in automobile stolen in Sandusky by two  on icis who escaped from the Kotlers Horn Honor Camp plates were missing the a Wundt a car Ana Pali e said Tho machine stolen in Sandusky is now undoubtedly King operated with the Tiffin tags. A. Nea radio telephoto in this same Sylvian setting where germans surrendered in 1918, peace petitioners of fallen France marched up to historic railway car at right to hear Adolf Hitler s terms of armistice. According to Ger Man censor s caption this photo radioed from Berlin shows too of the French negotiators one in uniform one in civilian garb arriving among the Trees of comping be Forest at time of Castalia surprised at results brought by Community Effort Castalia june 22special this Little Erie co Village of 600 has surprised itself with what can be done when everyone in a Community Oins hands to accomplish an object Uve. In october last year the Castalia commercial club was organized. Its purpose was to locate an Industry i n the old Cement Plant building Here. The Plant was the Community s largest Industry before it quit business. Tho Industry has Hung fire due to War conditions but Bince that time Tho organization has secured a reduction in Light rates effective next january for All users above a certain amount of current which is expected to average about 10 percent. Secured state Highway department signs for better Protection of children at Crossings near Margaretta school in the Village. Joined hands with the Sandusky chamber of Commerce in persuading the Pennsylvania Railroad to repair the Grade crossing Between Here and Sandusky described As in deplorable placed signs at intersections leading into the Village pointing out things of interest to visitors and started a move to beautify approaches to the Community. Sponsored a banquet for the school basketball team and ath set Tor weds Washington june 22 a senator Carter Glass of Virginia and mrs. Mary Scott Meade of Amherst va., were married at Amherst at 4 30 M. . Today mrs Glass is the daughter of th0 late or. And mrs Charles Landon Scott and widow of Robert Ambler Aleader athletes. Brought its membership from 20 to 55 members representing a Cross Section of the Community. Veterans elect Kistner again Sandus Kian re elected state quartermaster. George a. Kistner Columbus and Sandusky and member of Lowell c. Heln Post veterans. Of foreign wars was re elected adjutant quartermaster yesterday during closing sessions of the annual state Encampment in Akron. George Farmer. Sandusky vow member candidate1 for state Junior vice commander was Defeated by Emerson a Woolf of Akron. It was Pfanner s first try for a state department office. Harold g. Skinner Toledo was re elected state commander. He was first elected last year when the Encampment was held at Cedar Point and Sandusky Skinner Kistner and Pfanner had been endorsed by the Sandusky Post. Others elected were Lee o. Kurfus Cleveland senior vice commander James f. Hurd Columbus judge advocate or. Jacob a Falk Cincinnati surgeon and the Rev. H. Leo Collins Youngstown chaplain. The women s auxiliary elected mrs. Irene Klietz. Cleveland president mrs Alice Wolfe Columbus senior vice president mrs. Miriam Hocker Akron Junior vice president mrs. Anna Emmes Cincinnati conduct Ress mrs Cleora born. Canton chaplain mrs Avis Camp ton Toledo guard and mrs Myra dash Cleveland treasurer. Continued on Page 12, col. 1 not Only in the Village but nearby area. Started a move for state Highway department traffic lights at the four Corner in Soolton at Margaretta school for better Protection of school children which is still hanging fire. Is working on a project for piping Sandusky municipal water to the Village to replace Wells used there and is joining Bel. Revue which seeks a similar Lino for a Reserve Supply in Case of drought such As existed last year which May result in both using the same i me and sharing expenses.  we figured that because we Yore an unincorporated Village we had to have something in the Way of an organization if we hoped to get anywhere Elmer Borchardt contractor and president of the club explained. Harry Miller the club s treasurer explained the membership now includes not Only merchants but school teachers garage men filling Battlon operators Farmers and even two members from nearby Sandusky. Both men and women belong membership also includes younger resident of the Village. The Village is still seeking Industrial contacts chiefly a tenant for the old Cement Plant building. Besides Borchardt and Miller other officers of the organization Are continued on Page 12, col. 1 Myron c. Taylors condition is grave Florence. Italy june 23 cd Myron c. Taylor president Roost. Volt s Persona representative to the Vatican continued in a serious condition Here tonight of an lllnes3 which began Tver Al Days ago. The statement of his condition was issued Ailer three physicians held afternoon consultations. Dutch freighter men rapidly gain standing of citizens in Community another turn to thu has of the Prins we Lam i. Dutch ship without a count " Here was using added late yesterday with officers and Crew members taking pm the status of a. A i Tikins during their Brief Shiy Here. The men have set up a soccer Field with goal posts and All a pure aces on the lower Lake Dock hero where the vessel in lying and play daily. They Are allowed the full Freedom of the port and Tro ashore Dally with the Capuzi allowing them Small amount of american spending Money Dally but not enough to get away during the week c%i4aijl of a a. C. Vander Eycle a Resgo tyo club meetings Hern on his experiences and dul vib As a a a Captain. One was at the Sandusky yacht c Ubas the Quost of Leors o Johnson manager of Tho lower Lake Dock co., and Tho other the weekly meeting of Tho rotary Erub. There has been no change in the status of the 250 foot Craft s no she came in Here jute 9. A sister ship the Prins Whilem ill in to tie up in Milwaukee until the commission in London wich Ife operating Tho Netherlands vessels decides on her future. Her Saga by said at that time. Her Crew did not want to Tako her cargo of 1,100 tons of Coal from Here to Montreal for ear of Beinor interned. Two of the Crew started for Chicago. They Wero pack said no free and Independent French government could have accepted. ,. Frankly going Over the Heads of the Bordeaux government Churchill said that the German terms if accepted by All frenchmen would Force the French to work against their allies would use the soil of France 1" As a Means of attacking Britain and would turn the French Navy and Empire Over to Germany. Despite All this he declared Britain will cherish the cause of the French people and a British Victory is Frinces Only Hope for restoration and Freedom. I actual Tyr the a of  tbegrlam., Doc Menir we lab it eyed Rig plenipotentiaries signed last neg has in the gloomy Depths of comping be Forest were not disclosed. the is enc them As hard but honorable thais if they had not been -honorable4 t France would have rejected Tbs a and Bass Island faces summer with setbacks Resolution Washington juin. 23 a Congress quit tonight for a. Onet week recess biter sending to the White House a Ulicni Dollar Las Bill and Over .4,000,000,000 of appropriations Josi Slation. A scattering of noes came from Tho Republican Sld a when the House adopted the Resolution which closed a ten hour Day for the legislators and it Essed Congress until july l. Acting swiftly on our. Teui. After another the s Cato and House sent to president Roosevelt a score of Bills during the Day including a $1,768,913,908 def Jiae. Measure and the annual apr Perla hons for Relief Tuo la Bop a Tenar a Niento and Tho fed a Security Agency. La addition to the erect approx print its Congress also i,-ruj4g4 authority for Varia a Ysama Tull agencies Tov enter Lulu totalling Anu is another , m l Oft. Fight lev continues n ii i actual Flag Hung in he once Lovely cities and country Delf France continued on a tvs was course and will not cease six hours after the Frenchu Aye concluded an armistice with ititaly5 Germany s so newly the French delegates flew to i a plane fat Torries and stowage plan a at Bremen Kassel Bothen Befts and got Logen. T a ii dues next Only when ii due too buy been satisfied will there. Be sea ien4i to the deadly struggle Rhio Fem Little More  than a months has pm half of France and Sulu to to Ftp All of her Rich Industry or Wasta hands at a Cost of untold casual ties on both sides Italy took a More Active Partt of the War yesterday by sending site Huss Waves of bombing places. Aga Irista a the British naval base at ales Andria. Egypt and a a also bombing Jib uti French Somalia not. Pm by age was described As aught a. Both French and British maj to Shal food on nov Al. The has Torso moment 0ttwa.p armistice was put at 100 Job 11 50 a. M. Est. A w m the signer for Germany if declared was colonel Helm Keitel chief of the Nash Jim command and for France a Ftp Mcharles ,�unt3lger� " Lwft a Frenchman weeps for v one of ice French ,.\\ Adolf Hitler Winsett a Jim he had met the Jar Aovia Jug mpg Day in the of railway marshal Foeh pm a of a Fol signed a loser s peace Luke War to Tell them of bus 4t, continued a Al pay a Jug Dpi. News Froit wet Raj a �vu0, triefj.? Mhz to a u May. Conv ruffles a pita. I leading u Uirl to he duty of every american til a i in is 4a own than Tiff. Bold to Bis own Bali see snot permit he awl & Cen try Tai my a Viotta % of emotion Vista 9r,�jm&, look Fob i Amis 1 to 29

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