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NATIONAL '■ \ Chicago - With the Democratic Con vention coming to a close early hrida- morning the country 'now. awaits the eventful campaig. ing of the respective nominees. A few “die-hards" are .bitterly opposing the non renonination of Garner as running mate for Roose velt while still a few determined, democrats are fighting the con v e lit ion's cho ice by up ho Id ing r the "third term" idea. Roosevelt is content to lot-the nation de cide whether or not it wants to uphold uphold a certain ideal be cause of tradition or whether it will be content towards giving him continued support. Roose velt's acceptance speech was con sidered by exports iy political, matters to be one ol clover con tent . ho is not very likely to do very much distant campaigning more than likely leaving such to l:is running mate, Wallace. Seattle - Delegates to the con vention from the 'western states, Washington, Idaho and Alaska fought pressure from. Wallace groups to support other candi dates for vice-presidential nomi nation. Alaska while pledged ! for dan] die ad d.ccidcd. to change at the last minute giving Bank head. three votes and Wallace three. Washington's vote was split among five candidates with Wallace getting only one and one half. Idaho gave ton tc heButt, Oregon ten to Wallace. i'Tow York - Hull and. fifteen dele gates arc enroute to attend the Pan /xicricari convention at Havana Cuba which. Is to bo hold there in the very? near future. It is expected, that President Roosevelt may aIso a11 end, iJcw York - 'Hondo 11 L. Hi 11:1c, GOP presidential.' candidate, summoned 12 party leaders from all sections of the country to guide his cam paign and included workers for his two leading opponents for the nomination. Gov.' H, E, Stasson of Hinncsota heads the committee which includes sirs • Ruth Hanna* HcCormick, Simms-Davis and S. Ingalls of Ohio who aided R. Taft; Rep, Joseph martin, Gov. Raymond Baldwin of Connecticut; Gov, Ralph Carr of Colorado; Son. John Townsend, Jr., of Delaware..,,, Hilkio said he would refuse corporate contributions, also- any sum exceeding ',,‘5,000 (see p, 8) ; ■ i.. .1 i...... ..i 1 FOREIGN I 1 Berlin - Speaking before the Reichstag tonight Hitler address ed one more final appeal for a re as on ing \/i 11i Eng 1 and. lie . dc - clared that if England insists on continuing the fight ho will de stroy her world Empire. lie em phasized the fact that ho was net asking for peace in t' c voice of a victor and demanding capi tulation of the vanquished but rather as a victor proposing: a reasonable peace. H itlor said that a parently British states men hod no conception’ of t].e de struction should he pay a visit, to England in complying with hie t'' r c a t s t o d o s t r oy Lo nd o n. The Dictator did not say dofinitcly •just vchat ho expected Churchill’s reply would be .in regard ‘to his poc.co offer to England but at tl o same time lie left no doubt but that any sort of peace would cer tainly be on German terms. London - The ho'T.l Air force con tinued with their bombing assaults on German supply concentration ■ points along th..e coast ..of franco : and Ho 11 and. The. c r.u i s or 3yduey of the Australian' fleet is re ported to have engaged in 1 title •JitI onu of the cruisers of t’ .0 Italian fleet, resulting in the sinking of the Italian slip. Its,]., claims to have destroyed a friths i submarine in th. Ionian Lea, London - fith the sinhlng of too British merchanta.on along the coast of the Host Indies it is be- j licvecl th.s.t another German Sea •> Raider is playing havoc with fritish ships, j Shanghai - breaking into the apartment of Pal Arvin, an Amer ican correspondent and writer, <; Japanese police seized Arvin and • confiscated Pis'manuscript declar ing it to he anti-Japanese. Arvin I objected to the forced entrance i declaring that the manuscript was L only a biography of. .an American who had spent several years in China and obviously -was not an attack on Japan,. j Franco - France made an appeal to Germany to-day, to codec,,-from tak ing French'food supplies declaring tP.at seen famine must, result in France should Gfermany Continue to ^ do so. -A'fji.. go*rnaiiy, seizing ihuch foodstuffs ?c'r; Gerrhii a soldiers the French people/, are nov; beginning to Ferry. id ; . --4/ ■■ ... -;