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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1938, Hamilton, Ohio                                Thousands Of Readerg Reached Daily The business man who wishes to secure trade must not only let the people know what he has to sell and the price of but must se lect a proper Let the JournalNews tell your JournalNews Readers Respond HAM I LTD N JOURNAL PORT HAMILTON IN 1791 221 1938 JET PMOB CENTS Readers every U the Joaraal Newt family of possible 14 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND CLOUDY WITH SHOWERS TO NIGHT AND COOLER FRANCE POURS TROOPS TOWARD BORDER 4 t MAJOR TESTS NEXT WEEK ON ROOSEVELTS PRIMARY INFLUENCE VOTERS BALLOT IN MARYLAND Senator Pat McCarran Wins Nomination In Nevada MAINE ELECTION V Two Months Ahead Of Others Is Watched By Leaders Of Two National Parties AftKoclated With Nevadas primary out of the national political atten tion shifted today to the final cam paigning in the heated Maryland and Georgia democratic senatorial The primaries in the two south ern states are the next to be held and top all other remaining in traparty tests in national interest SAY HINES CONTRIBUTED TO DODGES CAMPAIGN FUND i New Plan To Soothe Sudeten German Discord Provides For Projected System Of Cantons BULLETIN AHModateA A high government spokes man said today that the par port of Adolf Hitlers admoni tion to Konrad Henlein on the Czechoslovak governments lat est offer of concessions was Dont accept ask for more and yon will get it Associated PreM The text of the new concessions by which the Czechoslovak govern ment hopes to end its dangerladen dispute with the autonomydemand ing Sudeten Germanswas formally handed to a leader of the Sudeten party totiay by Premier Milan Bore British Note because of President Roosevelts ef forts to bring about the defeat of Senators Millard Tydings Walter Maryland democrats will choose next September among termed a conservative by the President Representative Da vid listed as a liberal and the benefactor of presidential speeches and Arthur Hunger Baltimore who has been ignored by the Parallel Test The Georgia primary two days September is a parallel While visiting that President Roosevelt called for de feat of Senator George as a conser vative said he hoped Lawrence United States district attor would be the next senator from Georgia indicated his disfavor for former Eugene and ignored the fourth Mcrae of Maines practice of holding its general elections nearly two months ahead of other states will give it a share of the political spotlight with Maryland on There is no senatorial contest in there is an election of a gov ernor as well as of house represen While the saying as Maine goes so goes the lost standing with politicians long the results undoubtedly will be watched closely by leaders of both parties for possible national por McCarran Victor If the official results confirm the indicated victory for Senator Pat McCarran in he will be the fifth democratic senate op ponent of the administrations court reorganization bill to win re Roose velt had not made known any preference in that The President has intervened for four successful senate candidates to Senators Barkley in Buckley in Caraway in Ark ansas and Thomas Roosevelts support failed to pull Senator McAdoo through the California primary and Senator Smith DSC was a victor in South Carolina despite opposi tion of the In addition to Smith and McCar opponents of the court program safely through renomination con tests include Senators Gillette D This ceremony took place in an uncertain and pessimistic atmos In the absence of the Sudeten Konrad who left last night to attend nazi Germanys annual party rally at Hodza made the presentation to Ernst Henleins This marked the fourth set of suggestions made by the Praha government in recent weeks in the hope of composing the quarrel Adolf Hitler has proclaimed himself protector of troubling all The first three were directly or indirectly rejected by the Germanic It was officially admitted that the fourth plan offered virtually complete selfgovernment in local affairs to three German districts to beset up under a projected system of cantons that national officials would be chosen from various na tionalities within the state in pro portion to population that local po lice would be locally and that insofar as practicable lan guages of the minorities would be placed on a basis of equality with those of Czechs and Three Cantons It was understood the three Ger man cantons would be in North with a population of 000 West population and a elongated border region with a population of Czechoslovakias Germanspeak ing population is roughly and the Sudeten party asserts 90 per cent of these follow its ban Another concession offered was said to be economic aid in the form of loans and public works programs totalling about to be ex pended in the depressed German Officials Study Finances As Ohio Schools Resume Classes Political Front In Numbers Racket ExSoninLaw To Wed Associated State education officials pon dered financial problems today as most of Ohios millions and a quar ter public school pupils plunged into fall Students returning from a three months summer vacation and a few due to resume classes Monday and the week were estimated by State Educa tion Director Dietrich to ap proximate about fewer than the 1937 He attributed decreased registra tion to a declining Ohio birth rate which made itself felt most sharply in the first which encountered a drop of about Program Fails David director of school finances said that teaching had not been curtailed despite a current school founda tion program deficit of about which he predicted would remain at the end of the year because of reduced sales tax Concurrently the Chamber of Commerce asserted that the pro designed to equalize educa tional had failed of that The current operating cost per pupil varied from in Shaker Heights to as low as in Wellsville in the year ending June the Chamber report It showed an expenditure increase from for five while enrollment dur Clark Nuys and Van BULLETINS Special To The photo of Sir Nevile British am bassador to was taken shortly before he departed for Ger many to carry a message drafted by the British cautioning the Berlin government on the Czech minority Henderson met with German Foreign Minister Joachem von Ribbentrop at Sonnen RECOVER DODGE BODY Little Canadian Little Current fisherman today recovered the body of Daniel heir to the Dodge automobile fortune who drowned in Georgian bay three weeks after having been seri ously injured by a dynamite ex COMPLETE LONG HOP I i teen huge naval flying planes iwooped down on Pearl harbor tare shortly before dawn today completing a mile flight from San in 17 boura and CHILDREN MOURN CARDINAL HAYES New Thou sands of mourning Patrick Cardinal gathered at Patricks cathedral today and prayed a special requiem mass for the repose of his It was the first of a series of requiems that will terminate Fri day morning with a pontifical mass celebrated by George Cardinal Mun schoolday chum of the de ceased Mayor Fiorello La Guardia at tended the childrens mass with his LEWIS AND MARTIN IN FIGHT FOR LEADERSHIP A test of power between John Lewis and President Homer Martin of the United Automobile Workers approached a critical stage today in efforts to restore peace to the auto Over the next three during sessions of the interna tional executive board opening to a denouement was expected in the fight between Lewis and Politics Permeate Pension Program Associated Press Mar tin laying responsibility for any major shortcomings of Ohios administration of old age pensions on the Social Security board defied the board today to cut off federal pension Frank executive director of the Social Security charged that the Ohio OldAge assistance program fell short of federal stan dards because it was permeated from top to bottom with partisan Bane summed up testimony of board investigators which included statements That requests for old age Coatlnncd Pace S as Fog Holts After 350 Iwdngt j I in the softball mara thon started here Monday morn I ing were not stopped by two 1 rains yesterday but the game I was called in the three hundred fiftieth inning at to I day because of a dense You couldnt see two feet in front of you in that 1 commented George j business I The score at the close of the at beating the I worlds record which John ston said was not I ReevesvilleGrover and George i Another marathon will be i held if we find out that this hasnt beaten the Martin over methods of keeping 1 Johnston n M ing that period declined per or Vatican Censures Racial Doctrine Annoclated Vatican The statement that fascist racial doc trine concerns a great and serious rror which reaches the steps of the touching Catholic ras published today by LOsserva ore Vatican in n account of a talk by Pope The pontiff was not quoted di but the newspaper presented his summary of his remarks yester ay to 400 Italian school teachers at Jastel his summer home This holiness mentioned the ordinal points of racialism set by iniversity To these points were appended a series of comments and it is not known whether they were made by the writers of the points or by those who published the these comments have been repeated and spread everywhere through the Ital an and foreign press and are tak ing ground It concerns i great and serious error which reaches the steps of the touching Catholic ENDURANCE PLANE IN FORCED LANDING yellow flivver plane that flew nearly four days and a half with out stopping was pulled from On ondaga lake today after it had car ried Merrill Phoenix and Harold Allen to a new endurance mark for small In making a forced landing on the the plane drifted Phoenix while he was changing a sparkplug and blocked the view of Allen who was at the He said they were unable to gain alti tude and hit the lake with the throt tle wide The fliers said their mark of 103 hours six minutes and 10 seconds in the air since taking off at Friday would In Numbers Money Turned Over To Defendant To Bolster Campaign Associated Press New Henry campaign manager for former District Attorney liam Copeland Dodge in the bitter 1933 today testified in the conspiracy trial of James Hines that the veteran Tammany district leader contributed to Dodges campaign Former Dutch Schultz mobsters have testified they gave Hines as political front for the policy a total of in num bers money to promote Dodges Sobel testified that he was named Dodges campaign manager by John a former Tammany hall who has already testified that Hines sought his aid in ob taining Dodges Bolster Campaign The witness said Curry instructed him to see Hines to bolster slow flowing campaign contribtitions and that in Hines office on Broadway he was handed an envelope by could not say who it in bills of large denomination three bills and one Harry the Horse age paymaster of the old Dutch Schultz policy testified yes terday that he paid more than for the campaign of Schoenhaus acknowledged that before telling his so closely dovetailing with previous recitals by Richard Dixie Davis and George he had read theiv The big exgangster seemed to have difficulty remembering At he remembered a meeting in at which Dutch Schultz announced that he had made an arrangement with the 61yearold to protect the policy Then he modified his He said he thought it was at this conference that Schultz named The witness could distinctly re that all the Schulta including the muscle CHIEF SEAPORT UNDER ARMY CONTROL Europe Watches For Meeting Of Hitler And Henderson WAR MINISTRY Special To The TSftF TOM JtatnlrlnT miner Leas of their engagement Ball is the former husband of the present Anna Roosevelt daughter of the President and Thunderous Acclaim for Miss Ohio But Los Angeles Girl Wins Crown men and attended the He said Bo Lulu Dixie George Weinberg and Abe Killer Landau were Pick Wrong Victim Nab Stickup Pair Aundated Press holdup picked Police Patrick McNeeley and a woman friend as prospective today one lies critically his chest pierced by a bullet from the offi cers The who was seized Detective James McDon ald said the wounded listed as Howard age con fessed that he and his companion were responsible for a recent series of Lovers Lane McNeeley said the pair ap proached his automobile in a sus picious manner last night near the Cleveland art The plain clothes officer drew his he pulled a revolver from his coat with a command to stick em McNeeley opened The sent two bullets into the automobile before he Atlantic IP brownhaired 20yearold Holly wood movie extra was a step ahead of 43 other American beauties to day in the contest for the title of MissAmerica Hazeleyed Claire James of Los Angeles Miss California was judged most beautiful girl in eve ning gown at last nights A crowd of spectators ac claimed Blond Marilyn Meseke of the consolation prize as the most perfect Among others deemed in the run ning for the glory of being called Miss America at Saturdays con cluding sessions were Miss Miss Asbury Miss Miss Empire Miss Miss Long Miss Miss Miss Miss New Miss Indianapolis and Miss All were called out for second appear The crowd went wild when Miss a smiling blond with firm jaw and a first class chance of winning the contest Her TOVTH8 HITCHHIKE WAT INTO COUNTY JAIL CELL Chester Mayo and Donald both their way into a county jail They hitchhiked a ride from Patrolman Howard Helfrich who was hunting them on an automo bile theft A short time before the pair had wrecked the 9K SB ft Muntgr MADCAP HEIRESS MARRIES AGAIN New OHILEAN NAZI LEADER SURRENDERS TO POLICE The leader of the Chilean nazi Jorge Gonzalez von surrendered to authorities last night at near it was announced His arrest was ordered after the quickly crushed uprising of a small group of nazis here COURSE IN AMERICANISM REQUIRED OF STUDENTS South JP undergraduates at Seton Hall college will be required to take courses in the James president of the Roman Catholic said cap Merry wealthy Chicago patent medicine heiress who was divorced from a noble man less than a year has mar ried another titled Her fourth venture into matri mony was disclosed by Countess Margaret a leading figure in Washington society during the administration of President Theo dore Countess Cassini said her Count Oleg 25yearold Russian heiress were dress and the married in last Friday after an elope ment by 8TICKUP FRUSTRATED BY TOLEDO POLICE x armed men were captured and a third escaped early today when po lice arrived unexpectedly as the trio was holding up a Toledo A motorist saw the robbery and called tightfitting white satin gown flared from the When she appeared in bathing suit she drew more thunderous applause and three times the judges asked to sec her TaftJulideyFile Expense Reports Associated Press file with the senate campaign expcndi Lures committee today were reports Crorn Robert republican nominee for the United States sen ate in and Senator Robert Ohio democratic nominee to succeed showing they respectively spent and 827 up to The totals included total primary campaign expenditures and addi tional sums spent since each re ceived the A report filed by the Bulkleyfor senator committee listed total con structions toward the senators camr paign at up to Both Tafl and Bulkley said they had received no contributions di but Taft reported personal expenditures totaling and Bulkley STATE METHODIST CONFERENCE OPENS 7 Ellsworth of Zancs ville was selected to give the open ing address today at sessions of the Ohio conference of the Meth odist Episcopal Bishop Lester Smith of Cincinnati will preside at the sixday gathering at which are Bishop Smith and 11 district su perintendents conferred last night preliminary to the annual meeting at which one of the major matters will be selection of 12 delegates to a conference next year on unifi cation of three branches of Amer ican OHIO CHAMBER NAMES RELATIONS DIRECTOR Ohio Chamber of Commerce today named as director of relations Wil liam former manager of chambers of commerce in Steuben I Plane Mining 1 UP 1 George of Fort I is seeking a vermil I ionhued airplane which he said I fhe bought at Cincinnati for I The here for the national air told Detective I Alfred Jones a Fort Worth pilot j i left Cincinnati in the plane Mohj I day for Haddaway I i asked authorities to ground the i craft if they locate Tells Reservists To Report For Duty Brings Garrison To Men Associated PreM France placet her chief Mediterranean under military control and poured addi tional troops into the Maginot line today while Europe watched Nurn for a possible meeting between Adolf Hitler and tho British ambassador to Wnr or peace in Lon don observers jnay hang on whether Sir Nevile Henderson gists a chance to discuss the Czechoslovak situation with the German chancellor at the reception for diplomats attending the nazi party These observers said Hitler had not been informed fully concern ing the chances of Britains fight ing against the reich to defend Czechoslovakia if she is The Gcrihan foreign Joachim Von did not at once tell Hitler of his conver sations with Sir it was because he professed to be lieve Britain was Hitler May Wait The general feeling in German official circles was that Hitler would wait the remainder of this week for the Czechoslovak govern ment to present a peace plan ceptable to the Sudeten If by the closing day of the he is convinced the Sudetens and the Czechs cannot get it was he may at tempt some other way than nego tiation to end the The seriousness of the situation was indicated by activities along the FrenchGerman border and by new French military In addition to placing Marseille under military the French war ministry notified the number not re port immediately for duty in the Muginot zone where they finished their regular twoyear military service only three weeks More than three times the normal garri son of men already were concentrated along the Both France and Germany clamped a rigorous antiespionage campaign on top of their military operations along the care fully watching all Nazi Conscript Labor Army Ad dressed by Hitler Hitler told Germanys con script labor army today that its being wielded in the North and but especially in the Frances were playing a vital part in defense of the You are fighting for the defense of tho reich and its ho told labor conscripts he stood in a pouring His speech was the climax of the annual labor rally at Zeppelin main event of the third day of the annual nazi party Most his audience interpreted his reference to the work of labor battalions especially in the West as a public admission that they have been perfecting Germanys fortifi cations facing Many con sidered it an indirect reply to Frances calling of reserves into her Maginot Before speaking Hitler stood for 90 minutes to review the march past of the youthful labor con Bad weather did not prevent 000 spectators from crowding the grand stand and bleachers to wit ness the From one bleacher hundreds of voices rang out We Ger mans greet the fuehrer of the Ger from the Gernumie minority in Czechoslovakia over which Hitler has declared himself   

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