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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - May 3, 1938, Hamilton, Ohio                                THE TIME AND MONEY SAVING for used car buyers is now and always has been the Journal News classified Reliable used car dealers regularly adver tise in these Dnring the recent Used Car Exchange Week 129 USED CARS WERE SOLD HAM I LTD N FORT HAMILTON IN JOURNAL 114 1938 Second Matter Ohio PRICE THREE CENTS is the News family of ftouiblt 14 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND VICINITY GENERALLY FAIR AND CON TINUED WARM TONIGHT AND SHOWERS AND ROOSEVELT WANTS RELIEF FUND CONTROL PEACE EFFORTS FOCUSED ON VISIT OF HITLER WITH MUSSOLINI FUEHRER MOVES ONTO ITALIAN SOU TODAY Vantage Points Crowded By Millions Of Curious GREAT BRITAIN Using Prestige In Hope Of Averting Crisis In War Fears Over Europe AnnoeliKed Presn May fear of war if Germany to make her dream of eastward expansion a reality was today into sharp focus by the visit of Reichsfuehrer Hitler to Premier On one Italy and Germany made the occasion a resplendent to dramatize the strength of Europes great fascist On the Prime Minister Chamberlain used British prestige to avert any crisis in troubled cen tral He won approval the house of commons to the treaty which erased British and Italian He sought to impress on Czechoslovakia the necessity of compromise to end the clamor for selfgovernment by nazis among her German Boost Man Power Frances national defense gov ernment ordered increases in man power for all the nations armed The picture has changed since il duce went to Germany last Sep tember and der fuehrer arranged his present visit to return the cour German absorption of Austria has made the RomeBerlin partners actual Hitler today moved onto Italian soil through the Brenner in the Tyrol where Italians of German blood The who stands for the union of all Ger mans in one great has said he would never seek to extend his frontier beyond the But many Italians are not happy to have Germany as a nextdoor But the Italian government lett nothing undone that would magnify the From the border to millions of Italians crowded vantage points to watch Hitler Pledge Aid To Czechs Meanwhile pledged to as sist Czechoslovakia against aggres took determined steps to strengthen her The government of Premier ouard now ruling by de ordered increases in manpower for the navy and air corps and financial sacrifices from all An increase of francs in France annual tax bill was de Cheering Crowds Greet Hitler At Every Railroad Station May Hit ler moved in triumph across Tus cany late today toward where fascism prepared for him the greatest welcome in Italys As the German 12car special train neath fair and waving every From ered at the of was dictator and be crowds gath yside station Imiles out of jer Mussolini let his fellow with him for an hour It was undejwtSwhihat after this conference Mqsfipliiu would pre cede his guest tp Borne in a sep arate train be at the station to greet Crossing the border at historic Brenner the Hitler from one spectacular welcome to another northern Two whis tles shrilled VfjaMite to Hitler at wf lined the tra tie later he fascists fthe A lit the industrial town of he was wel comed to where he stopped to telephone OHIO LEGISLATURE MEETS MAY 16 TO COPE WITH RELIEF CRISIS Hahn Counsel Plans Court Appeal Predict Davey Will Grant Reprieve May Counsel for Anna Marie seeking to prevent her scheduled electrocution tomorrow pressed into service today every legal device at their They had three possible avenues Justice Carl Weygandt of the Ohio supreme Martin Davey and the United States supreme Joseph one of Hahns completed work on a petition to be submitted to Weygandt late in the It asked authorization to appeal to the United States supreme Such authorization usually is accom panied by a stay of Should Weygandt decline to act favorably on the Hoodin is depending upon getting a re prieve from Martin A reprieve would postpone the death of the convicted poisonslayer of Jacob Wagner so that Hoodin could carry his request for an ap peal direct to an associate justice of the supreme Informed persons predicted the governor would grant a In event he did Hoodin planned to fly to Washington to night or early tomorrow GMan Is Slain In Gun Battle With Former Indiana Convict Ainnvlntert May William age an agent for the Federal Bureau of In died here today from four bullet wounds suffered in a gun battle with a former Indiana He died in Lake view hospital while his William was racing to his bed side by plane from Jap Line At Shantung Buckles Invaders Retreat At Hankow Seek 111 Relative As Hammer Slayer Acunclnted May invalid Columbus woman was beaten to death early today and another woman was injured critically by a crazed hammer Lida age was slain as she Ella age of who was sleeping with was in Mercy hospital with a skull fracture and physicians said she might A relative suffering from a nerv ous ailment for a year is being sought as the Police found a hammer in a flower garden outside the Priest home in the south side industrial Gladys daughter of Priest and sisterinlaw of sleeping in another was awakened by Brewers She provided police a clue to the CHILDREN ARE FOUND SLAIN May Called to an address in suburban Palma Ceia by a mysterious tele Sheriff J McLeod and City Detective Bush re ported today they found a mother and her two children slain in an apartment The mothers throat had been they and her body stuffed into a The chil dren had been and lay in their beds clasping Sheriff McLeod said officers im mediately began a search for Paul husband and BULLETINS OHIO BANK ROBBED May ap parently scared young bandits robbed the Citizens and Farmers bank at 12 miles southwest of of DEFER BANK BILL May bers of a senate banking and cur rency subcommittee said today they had agreed unanimously to defer action for this session of congress on the Glass bank holding company CROP INSURANCE PLAN EXPLAINED May resentatives of Ohios wheat farmers prepared today for a se ries of district meetings at which they will explain the Agricultural Adjustment Administrations new crop insurance They learned details of the gov ernments program yesterday from six delegates from Washington and they will relay their information eventually to farmers ih every corner of the The wheat in surance plan becomes effective with the 1939 May Chinese dispatches tonight reported a sensational seven mile advance on the south ern Shantung focal point of the and declared that the Japanese lines had buck led completely under the Chi nese The advance was said to be the first thrust of a general Chinese in which men were declared ready to Japanese had been making the most intense efforts of their recent drive to wipe the stain of Taierhchwang and reach the vital Lunghai rail Now said dispatches from the front to these Japanese forces are re treating rapidly CONCEDE VICTORY FOR NAVY MEASURE May ate opponents of the administra tions billiondollar naval expan sion rechecking their strength as the senate approached a agreed today they had virtually no chance of defeating the administra tion Senator Nye indicated the foes would vote no only as a matter of then resume the battle when appropriation measures are The expansion approved by the authorizes construction of 46 950 planes and 26 auxiliary but none can be started until congress actually ap propriates 0 FOUR ARE DROWNED FIND SUICIDE NOTE May 3 persons were drowned here yester day in what Law rence county said appar ently constituted three murders and a The dead are Lester age and his three young Donald and The four were drowned when Etchison drove an automobile con taining himself and his sons off the road into White Two recovered from the told of a determination by the father to end his own life and those of bisons because of domestio The federal agent was shot four times yesterday when he and Sheriff Harry George of Danville led Illinois and Indiana state patrol men and deputies to the rural home of Joe The latter was sought for questioning about the holdup of the state bank at Officers said they found Early wine in bed and that he opened fire without In the shooting that Earlywine was andhis age was wounded Ramsey collapsed with bullet wounds in the stomach and each A fourth bullet shot off the thumb of his right Physicians gave Virgil an even chance for Roosevelt Cruiser Meets Choppy Sea CAHHnclHtcd May President Roosevelt waited for clear weather today before resum ing his vacation voyage to the Virgin Islands after an overnight anchorage inside Samana bay near the eastern end of Santo A threatening storm sent the cruiser Philadelphia with the Presi dent and his party aboard into the shelter of the Dominican bay early last A choppy sea during the day broke the Chief Execu tives good weather luck and pre vented The President spent a quiet day dividing his time between his quarters and the forecastle said last nights radio message to the navy yard On the run down today Mon day the Sonic depth finder rr checked existing it FLEEING CONVICTS ABDUCT MOTORIST May 3 Four longterm convicts who abducted a motorist and drove away in his se dan after escaping from the In diana state prison at Michigan City in a freight car were hunted today in The kidnap Melvin Brein age was released unharmed two miles west of here last He had been forced to exchange his clothing for prison The all with long prison were serving terms for rob NEW BULLET TRAIN AVERAGES 120 May The new bullet type train of the New York Central railroad which will super sede the Twentieth Century Lim ited on the New YorkChicago run June made a test run Monday between and To ledo in which the 134 miles were covered in 67 or an aver age of 120 miles an The present Century averages 70 to 80 miles an hour between here and Special Session Called By Davey Program Is Likely To Be Of StopGap Nature Needs This Year Studied AnnoclBteil Prom May Ohios legislature will come back May 16 to wrestle with its third soculled relief Martin Davey in a speech broadcast last night called a spe cial session for that date to con sider legislation intended to re lievo financiallydistressed The problem will be in no way unique to Ohios assembly They took office on January and at the end of that month found relief funds So they passed stopgap These lasted until April when the entire state relief setup col lapsed and its administrative or ganization Nothing was done to niter the Last November the legislature returned upon Governor Daveys a principal reason for which was relief The solons wound up the session in the late hours of February this after approving at the last minute measures that provided for relief nnd placed administration in the hands of local StopGap Nature Now they are coming back to debate laws designed to supply poor aid funds for the remainder of the By Governor Daveye own recent the progrnmto be likely will bo of a stopgap na He told officials of Ohio cities two weeks ago thnt the press ing need was to care for indijrents this We will take care of 1939 when it he Members of the Ohio League of Municipalities estimated that would be needed for the remainder of thus making the state relief cost for the year total at least The esti majed cost in 1937 was Relief rolls have grown this figures in the state auditors office and the rolls of tbj0 Works Progress Administra tion in Ohio have climbed to a fig ure never before He declared that no effort is be ing made in Cleveland to collect delinquent taxes totalling over which might be used for poor The city also has legal power to enact adequate new taxes to solve the he EXLIQUOR SHOT FIVE TIMES May 3 age described by police as the chief of a Detroit river liquorrun ning gang in prohibition was shot five times last night and in jured Tocco said he was unable to iden tify any of his Detroit police said their records showed Tocco had been arrested 11 times since 1915 but never con In 1932 Toccos Wyandotte homo was blown to pieces by an explosion but he and his wife and their five children were JUNK YARD WATCHMAN DIES IN TOLEDO FIRE May age a was burned to death today when fire of unknown origin destroyed a junk yard where he was His body was found near the foot of the bed in his living quarters on the The man appar ently lost his life while trying to reach an open May Queen Wins Many Honors Speelnl To The combine to bring Betsy of many honors at Frances Shinier at Mount The as queen of Miss Johnson is an honor roll literary editor of the college publication and active in athletics and Administration Policies Loom Main Issues In Primary Vote May Florida democrats chose their nominee for United States senator today in a fivecornered whose national aspects made it out standing among primary elections in four Senator Claude Popper asked rc nominution as a consistent sup porter of President Roosevelts pol Ho born the endorsement of James the Presidents son and Ono of his opponents was Repre sentative Mark who has opposed several White House recom AVilcox as a campaigner criticized the brainstorms of brain Former Davey an other aligned himself with the administration at Washing calling at the sarno time for less governmental interference with In South Alabama and Congress Calendar TODAY nearly retidy to vote on expansion Relief House committee begins writing administration Housing House committee hears Nathan housing admin rules committee de bates granting rightofway for omnibus judgeship and road ap propriation YESTERDAY Senate approved compromise 000ton limit for new House passed minor Herr Hitler Has Bit Of Explaining To Do Over Austria Seizure In Possession Of Balance Of Can Play Both Ends DE WITT MACKENZIE Foreign Writer New May The er minelined imperial party ten dered to nazi leader Hitler in the eternal city by apart from being one of historys most elaborate expressions of hospitality to an promises to be far reaching event It undoubtedly will have a vital bearing on the prospects of Euro pean Evidently the RomeBerlin axis is about to be put at high and the rest of Europe is watching anxiously to see if it will stand the The watchful observers arent ex pecting any al though Herr Hitler presumably will have to do a mighty persuasive bit of explaining about his annexation II Duce wasnt ex pecting Cross words may be spoken in but the two dictatorships need each other for mutual protec tion and aid in the prosecution of their plans for extension of Hitler has maneuvered himself into such a strong position that II Duce hardly can be eager to quarrel with This conference is in effect a counter for Mussolinis recent agreement with Britain and conver sation with Hitler isnt likely to agree to any thing that will hamper his program for expansion and creation of a great Germanic for his must con tinue to play with both Germany and the AngloFrench He holds the balance of and so long as he can maintain that deli cate position he will be sitting in a fairly favorable The precautions taken by Musso lini to safeguard his guests life are almost It is estimated that more than people of ques tionable character have been ar A veritable army will pro tect the nazi local interest was high but national issues were not so directly All four states were selecting nominees ior congress and various state The South Dakota campaign wit nessed a lostminute injection of religions AntiCatholic handbills wore anony and a reward WHS offered by former Tom Berry for identification of their Berry and Representative Fred Hildehrandt were attempting to set Senator Hitchcocks campaign for democratic renomina tion to the In Hie republi can senatorial primary three candi dates opposed Leslie Alabamas democratic primary found Senator Lister Hill and Speaker Bnnkhnad unopposed for Former Senator Thomas attempting a po litical opposed Rcpre fcntative Joe Stnrnes ior the lat ters house Indiana voters will not select their senatorial nominees unrtl June but three repre sentatives were opposed for re nomination TWO FIREMEN DIE ANSWERING ALARMS New May one a were fa tally injured today and five other firemen were hurt when apparatus answering separate alarms crashed at a street intersection in the Gas tanks on both fire engines exploded and flames enveloped the Neitheralarm was for a serious RICHETTI CONDEMNED TO LETHAL GAS CHAMBER Jefferson May 3 Sallowfaced little Adam the last of Pretty Boy Floyds deadly band was condemned to Missouris lethal gas chamber by the state supreme court today for the bloody Kansas City Union sta tion massacre of LA FOLLETTEV PLAN NO INTEREST TO TOWN8END Kansas May Townsend Old Age Pension or ganization will not go along with the third party proposed by Philip La Follette of Francis Townsend said here last if I know my MAKES PROTEST OVER PLAN OF COMMITTEE Points Out Greater Speed In Allocation Of Jobs COMPLETE HEARINGS On Spend And Lend Program By Endorsements Of Two Labor Union Leaders Aanoclnted May White House an in formed person prob ably will kill congressional pro posals to restrict the Presidents discretionary powers over pump priming and relief A spokesman for President Roosevelt advised a house subcom this informant that it would violate the expressed wishes of the Chief Executive if the prac tice of appropriating relief money to him were discontinued and the funds handed directly to the Works Progress Administration and other spending Subcommittee members virtually liad decided on the latter course as a means of ending blank check relief So vigorous was the White House that Repre sentative Woodrum in charge of drafting the said itv was probable the present system would be Seek More Speed Some committeemen said the President wanted to retain his con trol over the allocations in order to obtain more speed and better co ordination in providing jobs for the The subcommittee completed hearings on the huge spendinglend ing program yesterday by receiving endorsements from William president of the American Federa tion of Labor Mayor Fiorello La Guardia of New head of the United States conference of and John chair man of the Committee for Indus trial While that trio was calling the legislation imperative because of in creased theprogram was assailed at the annual meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce by Winthrop chairman of the Chase National bank of New Senator McKellar oa the ether said in a radio ad dress that the program was GQno and Press Fund Probe In Hamilton AoocUted Prera May General Herbert Duffys grand jury investigation of charges that classified state employes were asked to contribute to a campaign fund went forward on two today as the official said he was con vinced solicitations were Miss Ruth secretary to Dan chief of the securi ties was to be recalled be fore a Franklin county jury while at Cincinnati Prosecutor Dudley acting on Duf fys called the Hamilton county grand jury into session to question employes of the state liquor Miss Carter was the last witness at yesterdays firstday which 16 of 23 subpoenaed state workers Subpoenas were issued for 10 additional witnesses Outcalt said half of Hamilton countys 53 state liquor store em ployes would be questioned today and the other half SECURITY BOARD STUDIES NEW PENSION SYSTEM May new pension system for widows and their minor children is receiving study by the social security board at the request of President Roose it was learned Benefits would go to liea ofworkers who pay taxes but reaching the   

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