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Olean Times Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1939, Olean, New York THE WEATHER Light mow colder Thursday cloudy and colder with Sun Seta Sun TIME ERALD Edited for New York ind Northwestern GOOD Mussolini k portrayed M in an interesting by on the Editorial VOL. No. 293 Pally Entered as Second Claw N. T. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13, 1939 Week PRICE THREE CENTS Fight for Lift Science rallied all its resources to fight for the life of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rickard of Mass. Born three months prematurely and only thirty-three doctors gave her chance to She to pictured in her tent in R. where she gets oxygen through the tube fed alternate of brandy and goat's milk every three Miners Called To Give Testimony In Labor Investigation Asked To Describe Strife In Industry And ings With Relations By 11. WASHINGTON The House Committee ting the National Labor Re- lations Board called fifteen members of the Progressive Workers of America to describe strife in the coal industry and the union's relations the Labor Joe Ill president of the a rebel of John L. United Mine Workers of heads the He repeatedly has charged the Board with in favor of have plenty to say against the said before He revealed that plans had been matie for one member of his group to before the committee clothed in work miner's cap and with The committees decision tu shift its inquiry from of the Board was made iate after it concluded Board member Dr. liam M. during two days before the Jhc Board and the Acl in general but disagreement a m o n Board cm policies and his own repeated bat ful efforts to remove Board Nathan The committee cave no tion when it would call the other Board members Chairman J. Warren Madden and Edwin S. It refused Counsel Fahy's request that the other members be allow ed to and rebut his Eugene W Va whose was a in The soft coal last was among the mine union members here to He was dis- charged hy the Kelly's Creek Company a ber of both the and the Pope Cancels Audiences On Advice Of Physician VATICAN war and spread of Communism into Eu- rope have been such a shock to Pope Pius that he is canceling all general and most private ences until Christmas on the ad- vice of his Dr do Galeazzi List it was reported It was believed that His ness would have sufficiently re- covered by Christmas time to re- sume all including the traditional Christmas Eve tion to members of the Sacred College of The Pontiffs severe including as atonement for the world's was believed to have aggravated his condition Japan Expects Early Treaty With America TOKYO The Foreign Office Chiro said today tial Japan to settle all with the United States before the com- treaty between the two countries Jon 26, but Japan would not idly await the next American move an ignorant boy waiting in a ccn for He said a non treaty period would have disadvantages for America as well as and thai a period docs not a non trade He admitted that trade with sia could not replace trade with Teachers Agree To Decrease In Salary SCHENECTADY Public school teachers agreed today to of four per cent of their salaries to deficit created by the education cat from the slate The cut will be effective on January 3. 1P40, Three classes of workers in Ihe school are earning or tors receiving or and who under the new Hilary are of because of Uic re- duction in state Parents Arc Fined For Leaving Children Out fined 44 ents in the town of dav because their children were on the Mi eels dunng blackout Centenarian Expects To Live To Be 150 COLUMBIA VILLE N Y Charles Benedict nho js be- to be the oldest resident in New York was born sn today's keep going Jo live Jo a ripe old age Benedict celebrated 105th anniversary His solved the candle lem by two His speech was never felt in my ind don't be if I live to be 150" Benedict said Ihr con- League Of Nations Expected To Approve Soviet Expulsion Bitter Battle Fought Finns Report More Than Russians Killed In Fighting Near B. DECEL United Staff Correspondent FINLAND fighting for life against gigantic claimed important victory today on the front where two Red armies are driving for Gulf of Bothnia to cut the country in It was asserted that the Finns killed more than Russians in a battle on the sector about 140 miles east northeast of the top of the Machine rapid firing machine pistols and other materials were and Russian in an engagement which resulted in the annihilation of three Red army it was Admitting the enormity of the task which confronts them in combating the Soviet people against ISO 000.- said that they had forced at least a temporary mate on the Karelian Isthmus in the south and were prepared to fight to the end on the SOO mile front to the It was admitted that the sians by sheer mass pressure might force their way across to the Gulf of Even Finns they could fight They held that Russia's com- lines would be so long that it would be impossible for them to endure the bitter northern All the they Finnish soldiers ing as guerrillas would be raiding their attacking outposts and supply The they would starve to death or be cut to Governor Proclaims Sunday Finland Day ALBANY Governor urging prayers for Finnish non- formally proclaimed Sunday as and called upon New York's 13.- 000.000 residents to contribute to the relief drives for the stricken Replying to Herbert Hoover's appeal on behalf of the Finnish relief Lehman urged contributions be through local crating with the former He also asked mayors similar proclamations an J cooperate in the relief Lehman the world shocked at the brutal an i inexcusable armed invasion Finland Douclas Fairbanks Rites To Be Quiet SANTA CAL Douglas wjU no for Uic world that thrilled to his mc career on and off the screen His sudden death early day placed his beautiful the former Lady Sylvia tne of a physician she recovers ar- rangements will remain his business ed unlike the services for Will Racers Jean and other film notables whose puMir by the will bo and Envoy To Belgium Sees And Bitter War WASHINGTON Una ted Ambassador to Joseph K Dalies trOd of State Hull todav that in his opinion short if s miracle fan Europe from a snrl hitler been for A trade agreement Hull he went to the White lo give the s report cm He said that pre- neutrality cst At tnr np Between Soviet Salute Big Guns Resolution To lii 4-It si In a ceremonial prelude to the Russian invasion of Soviet leaders saluted Russian military might when the Red army paraded in to celebrate 20th of the Bolshevist Left to are Josef Vice Commissar of Defense Marshal Budenny and Premier V. M. Taxpayers Drive Designed To Hasten State Tax Cuts Sentiment For tions Likely To Result In Broad Legislative gram. By PAUL H- Stiff Correspondent New York taxpayers who will have a powerful voice in election of a President in 1940 are on the march for reduced expenditures and lower A United Press survey showed today that taxpayers in the towns and lages of President Roosevelt's home State have initiated an in drive designed to hasten State tax re- duction in the The survey disclosed that the State's local have proposed 1940 get reductions ranging from thousands of dollars to 532.00. many local budgets clear the way for tax reduction for property The for reductions in governmental spending undoubtedly will result in a broad economy campaign in the 1940 which con- venes January 3. The governments demands are from the State's largest and smallest whether cratic or Republican A study of the various local of which remain to be enacted into disclosed that the first objective of the taxpayers was for tax of A cross-section of the survey revealed County has posed a budget of 1940. less than a year 529.951. less than 1939. less than last year Nassau below the 1959 Albany city singled out for attacks by Thomas E Dewcy sn his 193S Repute 3ican for governor achieved s properly tax rtf per ine West saner British Operate Security Patrols Over Nazi Areas Announcement Thought To Reveal New Tactics To Halt Mine By H. PERCY Start Correspondent laconic Air Ministry announcement that Royal Air Force had been continuously last night over German mine layer and aircraft bases was believed today to mark a new British British planes flew repeatedly Helgoland the water between the German fortified North Sea and the German it was said i eady to attack any enemy planes which might be It was believed that the air ministry announcement revealed new tactics to halt mine laying by German to catch enemy planes as soon as they left their before they got out into North Sea ship of waiting in hope of driving them off the British perhaps after they had laid their Royal air force security patrols were maintained last said the air ministry It was the first the phrase had been was suggested that the ence of British patrols in the Helgoland area explained the of the Bremen ladio stations Jast the i newscast n not on tV air hours of Empire Sfate Makes History In Housing Housing Edward M. feld estimated that more than 1.000.000 low income lies in New York State live under sub standard and overcrowded Declaring the State Housing authorized by the 193S Constitutional Convention and the 1939 is under told a gathering last night that job is not an easy am convinced that York State stands at the hold of making history in tae field of he other state the union has ary constitutional and legislative housing provision such as ours which lay a. firm basis for a long terra program by the Germans Credit Navy For Assisting Bremen straggled to be modest today a commenting on the safe return of their finest merchant the from through the British North Sea to aa unnamed German port. The that's attitude expressed in ial quarters was intended more to belittle the effectiveness of the British blockade than the ex- of the Bremen crew The German navy also was given of the credit ir. the High Command communique which slid that other were dispatched to the Failure Predicted For Reciprocal Trade Plan Russian Railroad Near Murmansk Is Bombed A ihc National iny that aviators flew low over the Railroad and haJf of so that tte was blocked Any to th. br a n to s fron the tors dcnt the sd tion trade Western nnd today that action -J A Contributions Roll In For Relief Fund the all NEW YORK 1 n in to -i 11 the thai they to ficht if finish kill the in siid he elate June V2 on there be a bitter L Cnc leafier of the in on tl be f 1 Vi R vvs K H 1 wuh M- et Mr Give Finland Aid Is Sanctioned Rodolfo Argentina's Delegate To Session At Leads Attack On Russia Announcing That Unless Nation Is Expelled His Country Would By SAMUEL DASHIELL United Press Correspondent committee of thirteen ed to consider Finland's peal against Russian agreed today to submit to the League of Nations Assembly a resolution that Russia be expelled from the League and that league members aid The committee met ly after a plenary session of the with 40-odd nations at which Rodolfo an at- tack on announced that unless Russia were expelled his country would quit the He charged Russia with grant violation of the League Covenant and with spreading death and destruction through It had been arranged that Freyre should open the As soon as he had spoken and a new League Council for 1939-1940 had been the assembly adjourned and the special com- of 13 on Finland met. Adolfo Costa presented to the committee the tiro prepared Concerning Finland's appeal under the League Covenant and Recommending Russia's ex- pulsion from the League and the imposition of penalties against her as an Then a smaller committee was consisting of Great Brit- Portugal and to review the and submit them to the assembly this afternoon for immediate Under the League procedure the assembly would vote on the recommendations and present them to the or ing for a final A majority vote only was necessary for adoption by the but unanimity was required for the final council The strange situation was pre- sented that a member of the council as well as of the did not want to Russia's expulsion because sia had befriended her against Japan and she hoped for more But present ai Geneva in numbers though many 15 no longer a member of tie were urging that Russia be Some gates for tius reason op- posed expelling believer that she would be thrown closer to the been nominated to open the attack on Fourth Red Held Another important Communist to be charged with passport Harry Gannes was indicted by a New York eral Grand He is foreign editor of the Daily Com- munist Successes Claimed By Red Troops Communique Issued At Moscow Indicates Army Fighting Way From BT HENRY SHAPIRO Unemployment Division To Add To Its Staff More than employes will be hired ay the of Unemployment Insurance to facilitate tion of employer delinquencies in to the insurance thr State Labor said The new employes tors and office will be on January 1. They the to check up delinquent bj prior to any complaints from or after of MOSCOW Russian in an effort to cut Finland m half and fighting their way along the shores of Lake Ladoga m the haxs had new an official asserted There were unconfirmed ors that numerous wounded were pouring into fighting intensified on Hea of the Leningrad area asserted that on front the army operating from frontier district the of en inside Finland at toward top of tV of along this and way line on- the the o' north of the 1' v. Workers At Flint Back On Jobs f bv .in ve Icr left Three Badly Burned When Tank Explodes MICH CIO i n the Bi wul a They hai 3'- a ten cent
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