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   Syracuse Journal (Newspaper) - February 24, 1938, Syracuse, New York                               Syracuse Journal's Great Daily Features Include EXCLUSIVE SOUNDPHOTOS and EXCLUSIVE International News Service Dispatches WEATHER cicely. twartt .-.___..-._... e ___ SYRA r removing alien fighters from the MichTf-arniture dealer, will discuss i conflict as'part of the gi- j "Increase o' Monopolistic Practices! in Certain J decades j Barizas and the vfllase of" mission jurisdiction over minimum iccs''on commod-i Ir- addition, the London Daily it was claimed, and j and maximum hours. ity prices, price fixing and flactua- j Telegraph, in a Rome dispatch, said} their advance threatened to cat an tions in commodity prices by the Marshal Herman "SViiheim j ever deeper saiient iclo government Senate commerce committee- The' Goering. Hitler's right-hand man. LJ UL j V front ready have brought forth violent opposition. The committee, in its first real discussion of -wage-hoar legislation this session, -was to move toward a showdown on the issue, -with doubts increasing as to likelihood of such legislation before adjournment. In addition to'the two compromise oills drafted by Mrs. Norton, the committee was to discuss the pro- posed substitute of Representative Eamspeck (D.) of Georgia, which would give the federal trade com- "Favorable How- ever Anticipated in Speech On Meeting With Hitler. By ALFRED TYRNATJER, I. N. S. Stuff VIENNA, Feb. 24 Emphasis Trill be placed on Austria's determination to maintain her independence in Chancellor Sehuschnigg's speech, this evening, it was re- liably forecast. He will, however, comment faror- ably on. his meeting with Adolf Hitler at Berchiestgadon. -which re- sulted in placing Nazis in Austrian key posts. Schusehnigg also Is expected to announce an internal loan of nearly to finance public Polio from "the provinces were brought 5nto Vienna, during- the aft- ernoon to help city in the event of demonstrations- PLAN MASS MEETINGS. Tensioa was by the re- port, according to TagebUtt. that Mayor Schmiti has prohibited. the Hitler salute and display of Swastikas and Nazi flags 1ft Vienna. Broadcasting facilities designed to reach every man and woman in the nation were completed for speech, -which Trill begin at T p. m. (1 p. m, eastern standard and is cipectcd ,to continut for two hours. Motion picture houses, restaurants and theaters have Installed loud speakers so that their patroni may hear the entire cpeech from their scats. Fatherland Tront organization will mass meet- ings and demonstrations ft.t public buildings, but display of either Aus- trian or Nazi flags has been for- bidden for tonight. Police have completed elaborate to cope "with any disorders. HIT "STEAM-ROLLER." Adding to the txcitement, news- papers appearing on Vienna streets at noon published French report attributed to the Italian newspaper Avenira XVItalia. that Italy would guarantee Austrian in- dependence in return for recognition of her conquest of Ethiopia by Britain and other powers. The report also stated Germany would receive colonial concessions in return for cancellation of her "annexation" of Austria. Austria schilling bonds leaped S to 10 per cent, as a result of report, which qualified circles were inclined to regard French propaganda. Meanwhile, powerful but soli- tary official voice was raised In an attack against the Nazis and their steam-roller tactics in Austria. Mayor Schmltz of Vienna, cheered (Continued on 2. Cetumn E.) territory along the east coast to- I result of CHICAGO. Feb. 24 men and a woman, believed by po- lice to be the bandit Firemen Dazed Kingston Prelate By Smoke at Blaze; Dies at Age of 84 quiry -was unanimously approved by j pected to arrive in the Italian capi- j the committee and is expected to be: tal shortly to confer with H jDuce Italian Foreign Minister Count 3. Hearings, beginning Tuesday.! Galeazso Ciano on British Prime on corpora- (Minister Neville Chamberlain's tion licensing bill before a Senate jpians lor a settlement with Ger- In Airplane Crash Opera Singers Make Vain Detroit Trip resoration of Senator Bailey (D.) wBimau rureisc aaiasisr North Carolina calling for the in- Joachim von Ribbcntrop are ex- '________________ DETP.OIT. Feb. 24 members of the Salzburg Opera Gsild were en route back to Ne-w York today after a one-night stand in a. one-arm restaurant. The com- ___ __________ ____ _ SANTA MONICA, Calif-, Feb. 24 pany came to Detroit yesterday for judiciary subcommittee. The rela-linany and Italy. Goering at F- Clark. 22. Ur.irer- a scheduled performance of Mo- tion between government and busi- lent is in Poland. jslt" Southern California student, izart's opera, "Cosi Fan Tattc." un- ness is expected to form the main; Britain's ambassador to Eome.ja31d Thomas B. Joy. 21, acronan-j aware that the performance had subject of discussion. Government I the Ear! of Perth, was en route to itical student, were dead here today, jbeen cancelled because of a small officials, representatives of business, Londoa for instructions. Following .abor and consumers will testify. j conversations with Ciano. he de- Th e -widespread investigations j parted from the Italian capital rais- in H Duce's Fascist NEW TOKK. Feb. 24 Eight j KINGSTON. Ont, Feb. Most slayers of Dr. firemen were overcome bv smoke j Michael Joseph Spratt, fr Max Bemhard Sammet, 43--ear-oId early today as thev battled a i Catholic archbishop" of Kingston, __ __ dental surgeon and Jewish refugee j basement; blaze in fae'park Central i died here. He had been ill for sev- j represent upon i ins his arm from German-, were hunted here j hotel, but their mates extinguished j eral years. He was named to part oj t-ne senate in dealing j salute, i the_ fire. Guests were not disturbed. Kingston archdiocese in 1911- business recession and I in his talks, it .'anti-raonopoly legislation farced. Lord Perth sought as j the Penccylvama >-v -r-r-fc A t T A -stDrciAiE MttViTE EMfxovjiZNT-  -v -r-r-fc A t T A -stDrciAiE MttViTE EMfxovjiZ BOMB SHANGHAI victims of a plane crash. The two j ticket sale. The cast sat in the apparently lost their bearings in a fog and headed the directly into the earth. all-night restaurant two hours be- fore leaving for the railroad station to return to New York. More Sweepstakes Tickets Confiscated POP.TLAND, Me-, Feb. 24 Another load of Irish Hospital sweepstakes tickets, worth half a million dollars, -was seized today by United States customs officials. A week ago, -worth W tickets were seized, two sailors arrested, and the owners cf the British freighter Toronto City fined for bringing them into country. Hrngary Offers U3. I American-Owned Plant Scene of Attack 50 Cents on Dollar SHANGHAI. Feb. The g "coaatEr-ierrorists" who ob- WASHINGTON. Feb. 24 to j American-owned Chinese iaagcage 1 jected to statements printed the sewspaper Hwaireipao was bombed i ttej_ i Three grenades exploded on the second time within a month premises of the paper, which is 'cipal topics suggested were: AmVeS W NeW I OrJHnition of Italy's conquest of TEtbi- YORK. Feb. 24 Ar- riving in this country to neir post mnbassador of France to the United States. Count 2. Possibility of innder which Italy a naval pact oBld seek naval Ia tn Doynel post-war debt of I money compared to allied -war late today. j owned by Hal P.' Mills, aa American j to proceed to Washington a baa's of 30 A Cciiese po'-ces-ja citizen- Several Chinese employes said he was happy to represent: ea the aocar, but op- j shot killed the bomb-thrower j were injured. Txwition -was such that H appeared ana arrested an accomplice. j oa Tcesoay the severed haad of unlikely the proposal woaW he con- j original attack against the la Chinese subeditor was delivered jndered at this time. j publication was credited to the newspaper's office. said he happy France in America because men have not forgotten that" Amer- ica came over to fight ia France to i s Britain would request that Italian j troops Jn Libya, reduced- randa attacks against etch tether. In return for reducing her troops GEN. PERSHING GAINS j His Son Arrives by Plane from Florida] 'How my inquired the general's son. i "Hi had good night it j rexting Frank re- plied. "Warren then was taken to the. World War armies, shoirras marked desert sanatorium to the side of his' TUCSON, Feb. 24 Warren Pcrshimc arrived here to- j day by plane from Palm Beacb. Fla, j to find his father.. Gen. John J.! commander of America's! improvement in his zallant fight j father. 77 years of age and stricken against A severe illness. i with rheumatism ana a. heart <5Is- i 'Warren, investment broker, i order. met at the airport by his cou- Dr. Roland Davison reported to- j sin, Frank Pershing, who flew here day the noted soldier's condition i _____________________________ defend the liberty of nations." i (Continued 2, 1.) iyesteraay from Palm Springs, Caiif. J renews 100 per cent, improvement.'' In Today's Journal. Classified 10-31 ComiCS 9W Dafe Carnegie 11 Damon Runyon 11 Editorial ....._.............. 10 Edwin C. ,10 Flaaha, by Charlw W. Bridle, t Health Talk, Dr. Coptland----11 O. O. Mclntyrt................ 10 Paul Mallon 32 Radio 29 Serial Story ...__............22 Sports ..............------25-26-27 10, 20, 30, c.y Franklin "3 Theaters Walter WInthtH ........___.. 2t Winning Contract 11 Women's   

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