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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - December 11, 1934, Hamilton, Ohio Of of wet the United BUtw for is fitting Ht the oat tad thoroughly conn trading radius of Ai malt Local Merchants Get Good Results to HAMILTON JOURNAL DECEMBER 11, 1 J 3 4 ObU MUCK TWO Km 14 PAGES WEATHER AKB TAIi TONIGHT AMD 100 UNACCOUNTED FOR IN HOTEL BLAZE Pleads For Building Up Public Opinion Of NATIONAL INSTITUTE Sought By Attorney General Cummings To Train Officers a sort Text of President address on the crime situation is found on page 7 of Dec. 11. A mandate from President velt for a double-barreled attack on lawlessness set the national crime conference to work today on what is called the greatest campaign of its kind in the country's Five hundred experts who plauded the President after his speech last night started discussions and studies to carry out Mr. Roosevelt's two 1. That every law ment agency from the justice department down to one-man police forces in hamleta should be 2. That of public should be back Attorney General crime conference faces the task of drawing up this program without treading on rights or re- lieving localities of responsibilities properly It seems likely the recommendation to come from the will be a national of university with train peace en- list the aid of science and serve as H national center for the exchange of Social Disorder Calling crime symptom of cial in the cure of which every social agency must be President Roosevelt told the I ask you to plan and to construct with scientific care a con- stantly improving administrative structure which will tie together every crime preventing law enforcing agency of every branch of federal the 4-8 state governments and all of the local ing cities and Your second task is of equal im- An administrative ture that is perfect will still be in- effective ill its results unless the people of the United States under- stand the larger purposes and operate with these Interpret Problem therefore to do all in your power to interpret the problem crime to the of this must realize the many implications of that word is not enough that they be- come interested in one phase At one moment popular resentment and anger may be roused by an out- break of some particular form of crime for as spread or at another of appalling or at another of widespread drug or at another of horrifying It is your positive duty to keep before the country the facts in re- gard crime as a lesser crimes and little build up a body of lic opinion I regret to be compelled to is not in. this day and age sufficiently active or alive to the situation in which we find Heard Tho gathering of and officials also heard Attorney-General Cummings s u gest a national center for the cation of peace officers and need methods fur belter lection and training of laboratory facilities for work in de- Pw CRIME COUNCIL MAPS DRIVE AT ROOSEVELT'S 4> HOPE TO HAVE QUORUM FOR WEDNESDAY'S ASSEMBLY SESSION PRESIDENT ASKS CO-ORDINATION OF AGENCIES Figure in Mellett Slaying Goes Free Sentence Of Who Ad- mitted Manslaughter Is Commuted 0., Dec. 11. whose sentence for manslaughter in the Don Mellett slaying wai commuted by Governor left the London prison farm late day it said by officials of the institution 0., Dec. 11. Louis Mazer of convicted of manslaughter in the sensational slaying R. Canton newspaper today won a com- mutation of his sentence from ernor George The commutation recommended by the trial the man who prosecuted and the tendent of the London Prison permits immediate Mazer was convicted in June 1927 19) Call is Sent Out By Both Branches White's Threat To Veto Sales Tax Changes tive Complexion Goodwin and Heath To Attend Session W. M. Goodwin and John F. i Butler county j will attend the Wednesday session of the Ohio I following a by i Keith j leader of the that they be 0., Dec. 11. Although still expressing doubt an income tax can be Ohio legislative leaders moved today to assure a quorum for Wednesday's session of the general Following the lead of senate Rep. Keith Lawrence of majority leader of the BE FREE OF U. S. CREDIT OFFICIAL TELLS FARMERS MOTHER SUPPLANTS LANDIS ON TICKET Dec. 11. The widow of Frederick Landis day entered the campaign for to succeed him as from the second Indiana and her sou withdrew from the The Mountain dis a nephew of the major league baseball announced his withdrawal in a statement that he had found deep-seated ment in favor of my mother which I cannot Frederick Landis died a few days after he became the only republican from BURNS TO DEATH IN BLAZING HOME Bowling 0., Dec. 11 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. was burned to death here early today when fire de- their TOBACCO MARKET IS SUSTAINED Dec. 11. After selling only about pounds less yesterday than for the entire last the Maysville bacco market was well into its ond week prices still but quality generally Sales yesterday totaled the biggest day An average price of was re- SELL PLANT 0., Dec. 11. Ohio Electric Power company re- from the State Utilities com- mission today authority to sell its Oberlin natural gas plant to the Ohio Fuel Gas company for 196. Dec. 11. W. I. governor ef the Farm Credit sounded today a call for farmers of America to be independent government aid as a permanent Asserting r e f i of farm debts con- as long as creditors press for Myers that a permanent policy I think it is a mistake from the point of view to ask for In an address prepared for the sixteenth annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Myers expressed the opinion that further we can divorce credit from government aid and the possibility of political the sounder we will have built and the better our system will serve DAYTON DEPOSITORS TO Dec. 11. More than payoff was in store today for depositors in seven 0., building and loan Chairman Jesse Jones announced the Reconstruction Finance Cor- has authorized loans lo the seven institutions amounting The he pay existing loans to the corporation of and provide new money with which to pay depositors of these TOBACCO INSPECTORS NAMED IN KENTUCKY 11 Nine state tobacco inspectors were appointed by of culture The inspectors will check the warehouses in their districts daily to see that are complying with the law in posting sales and in other TV A NOT IN POSITION TO HALT DEVELOPMENT 11V DAVID LAWRENCE 1WM) Dec. 11. Since so many holders of ties of electric light and power com- panies throughout the country are interested in the effect of mental policy on the future of their the writer today interviewed Senator George W. ris of father of the eral policy represented by the Valley Tho Nebraska senator is 73 years old but looks 20 years Ho sat in his room on the top floor of Hit senate office filled little black and answered investors in public I been restive What can be said of their first of he want to say that if we take what is happening in the Tennessee Valley as an then the TVA offered a fair price for the ties it agreed to as at and I feel that the price was what tho property was really worth after deducting all the water and Protect I am not in favor of OIM competition municipalities and private power companies and think tnat tho private company's facilities should bo chosed at their real This should protect investors who are entitled to I do not believe public funds should bo used pay off who are View of Hungarian Exodus Flashed by Radio New Dec. revealing glimpse into conditions of suffering resulting the of Hungarians from Yugoslavia is afforded by this picture was flashed to the United by Scenes of indescribable privation were common among refugees at on the where this photograph Calmer nations are trying to maintain A i Snow Continues to Pile Up in State; Blinding Blizzard Howls Thru Chicago Michigan Hostelry Is Pyre For Scores Lansing Fire Numbers Many Legislators Among Dead And Injured Loss Of Trapped Victims Leap To Street And River December 11. Smouldering ruins of the Kerns hotel and the icy of the Grand river today hid the fate of an undetermined or as police announced that only half of the mately 200 persons lodged there when the fire broke out this morning had been accounted Chief of Police Alfred Seymour the appalling number of unaccounted for indicated a loss of although there were only 12 known dead and many of the missing guests were expected to The list of identified dead included the names of five who were here for a special session of the They D. Rep. Donald E. Rep. T. Henry Mich. Rep. John W. Rep. Vern Mich. Other identified dead David assistant ager of the R. S. I. Loi Their escape out by the many guests jumped from upper some to the others into the Brand river which flows at the rear of the A score or more of the guests were here for a special session of the Serious Accidents Few in Ohio Snow continued to pile up over the state today to the ing fine and the motoring There were numerous minor dents traceable to slippery walks and but few serious traffic Judges Elmer lips of and M. Carter of both of the District Court of Appeals were slightly injured near 0., yesterday when their automobile skidded off the At Cincinnati early today the mercury dropped to 19 and there were indications that the descent might Snow continued to piling up to about four Some streets were roped off for In Cleveland the forecast waa for continued cold h i c h probably meant temperatures in the uncomfortable A frigid wind more snow into the city and assisted in that which had already BULLETINS CUBAN AIRPLANE CRASH KILLS FOUR Dec. 11. Santiago passenger plane carried four including an to death when it crashed in the hills of The three known victims were George H. 47, of N. vice-president of the tanamo Sugar and the two Torres Navarro and Emeterio The fourth tim was said to bo Jose in- spector of the Cuban Treasury de- WARDEN MAY OBTAIN NEW POST Dec. 11. ford director of the prisons today said he did not know whether Joseph warden of tho federal reformatory at 0., would resign to become superintendent of penal institutions in the District of Sanford was here yesterday to call on HEADS STUDENT GROUP 0., Dec. 11 seph Slern of was elected president of the county group of students nt Ohio Slate at a meeting last LINER FERRY San Dec. 11. The coastal liner Ruth Alexander bound in from rammed the boat Calistoga in the bay here hut no one apparently waa in- BRITAIN TO DEFAULT Dec. 11, Great Britain has formally notified the United States that she will default on war debt installments totalling TWO MEN KILLED IN TRUCK MISHAP 0., Dec. 11. Two men identified as 54, probably of and R. B. Patterson of were killed three miles east of here when Patterson's truck was struck by a Pennsylvania flyer traveling 75 miles an FAMILY PARTY BY MASONIC The club will give an at the Masonic temple day night at 8 o'clock for Masons and their The program will consist of from 10 to 12 acts of comedy and Fred Castator will present several of his pupils in both tap and acrobatic The man band will offer several There will also be black face comedians and other acts of diversified There wi be HO charge and all Masons and their families are EVANS FEDERAL JURY To The Dec. Waning ex- amination before U. S. William P. Harry L. 38, of was held to federal grand jury in Cincinnati under 000 He was arrested ber 5, by internal revenue agents who confiscated a 250-gallon 650 gallons of and 46 gallons of COMMONWEALTH TO HEAR A dinner meeting will be held p. m. at the Y. M. C. A. by tho Commonwealth The meet ing will be featured by an illustrated talk be given by C. V. of on the ject Paul and Earl KcUter are in charge of the Traffic Tied Up m Windy City PreM Dec. 11. A blinding that stalled and Chicagoans ing to had subsided Striking the snow stalled automobiles and snarled traffic so badly that scores loop workers spent the night at rather than risk trying to go home Traffic was near More than ten inches of snow and drifts were piled high in the The weather bureau the freak storm the worst the city has experienced for sis Two strong currents of one much colder than the met over the causing the ance the weather bureau The wind churned Lake Michigan into huge Two men dropped dead while walking the snow-laden streets Heart attacks induced by exertion were given as the cause of EIGHT APPLICATIONS FOE CITIZENSHIP Eight applications for States citizenship papers were filec Monday during a visit here of Guy E. assistant director at Cin of the immigration and not United States department of Holmes con ferred witli the applying be ing granted temporary quarters ii the offices of Conrad C. But ler county clerk of Tin oath for the successful applicants will be administered March 12. ROTARY TO HEAR OF CUSTOMS IN AFRICA Dick a native of Africa and now a student at Col will speak on Custom in at tho Thursday noon meeting of the club at th Anthony Wayne DAVEY AIDES NAMED 0., Dec. 11. Three military aides for Gov Elect L. Davcy were an today by democratic slot They arc It Kenneth of 1 S. marshal Cor the Cincinnati cral First Lieut. supervisor of Camp 3 at Serpent State park and R. sec of the Cleveland Stock Ex- League is Hailed As Threat Passes Point To Notable Triumph As Yugoslavia And gary End Quarrel Injuries Art Fatal Five of the known dead Five died of injuries suffered in leaping to the Fleeing waitresses told of over the body of David the sistant hotel who ently died of suffocation or Au incomplete list of injured in stood at 27. No complete list of missing could because the hotel including the ently were Police and said they be- the hotel still blazing and too hot to permit in- contained probably 20 bodies and that possibly almost as drowned in the Doubtful State Senator John of was missing and a ow legislator who pounded at his with the flames licking at his said he was unable to arouse Apparently he Rep. Don E. of. leaped from a Both legs and one shoulder were broken and his skull With all known dead and in- jured ambulances waited until workmen could start digging nto the Banks of the Grand river also were being It was apparent with the lotel records it might be lays before the full extent of the wholesale tragedy could be Body Identified Late in the the body of Representative was He was one of those who drowned after leaping The guests unaccounted for in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Nixon and two and R. C. Intense only a few degrees above added to the suffering of the those who were in- jured and those who fled in scanty The fire was discovered about a. m. on the second floor of the by Fred man for tho Lansing State whoso building is The cause had not been ascertained but early reports were that it started JOSEPH B. 9HARKBT Dec. 11. A threatening rian quarrel was ended today and tho agreement hailed by statesmen as notable triumph for the League ot Especially gratifying to thein that it followed closely the under League of another European This was the Saar basin territory on which a Franco-German cial agreement was made last week and a solution reached on the cult problem of policing the tory during the Will Take Steps Both Hungary and last night approved a resolution the assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia at Not a dissenting voU was Hungary was asked in tactful way to take action against any authorities whose abilities have been and to to the conncil measures which it takes to this Both which had charged Budapest with complicity in the assassination by harboring and Hungary appeared Statesmen of major European powers were vastly relieved when the government at after studying a draft of the instructed its representative to vote for the RUSSIA PLACES MORE ON TRIAL Dec. 11. nine more persons have been ordered to trial for their lives before thd military collegium of the court on charges of promoting action against soviet it was disclosed The execution of 66 political in Leningrad and Moscow announced December 5. in u The Kerns of 200 was a commercial .in 1908. Only yesterday the members of the state legislature gathered for tho special the purpose of which was to conduct a re-count of votes oast at the November tion for secretary of state and at The legislature was to this after a session yesterday The escape of many guests on the IN Will Rogers Everybody's Got An Economist tn Tow Special To i of New York's very leading bankers was visiting onr studio incidentally his and I he accused me of being an I told him I wasn't an I that to be honest with him I didn't know anything I about it. But that the thing that I felt was that if industrialists and business men didn't start and helping the President to do the very thing that kept hollering and asking him not to This fellow had tn economist with Pretty near body's got either that or and the more wealthy have got WILL
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