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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - March 10, 1935, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather Forecast OHIO rain Sur.Jar and Monday. Warmer Sun- r'pv, colder Monday afternoon ot HOME EDITION Complete Newt Covtragl el Portsmouth and Vidnitf 1852 Th> liKxUttd fmi. UattM tint, lalerDallccal Xtwi fttnta PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 19J5 For Eijhij-Two Tein L'ortimoutb Itilliallon 38 PAGES FIVE CENTS DAVEY ASSAILS y. S, METHODS III OHIO RELIEF Piniinale Waste And Peo- Will Wllingly Airi, He Answers Hopkins GOES BEFORE PEOPLE Hits 'Autocratic' l-'i'deral Relief Control On Broadcast Tht Fren t March i Dijvfjr tonlX'tit carried hit- I mi ration ixintrorcrsy die lY'h'rHi government di- v M iho of Ohio. broadcast uver thy that "autocratic I'oiuiol'1 of relief admin! s- iho slaie "extends even of luyiiey fur- l-y tin> sliitc of Ohio." lAiviillvc, lliat has no jurisdiction wlmt- iTlkt buiiia sub- ,.1 i.i fi-deral said .ill ruk'S for relief "are made in Washington in CViliim.uis whn i.j- of tLe fc'trrni fov- ni Ac.iin Charges Wastefulness i- r. iumtcd his charges tlal nliui relief flilminlslrntiuD Is FII. nnd Im-fTlcIwit." ritU-mlon lo tlie siak'incnl i I Kiuersency Relief Ad- Harry Hopkins had i, I ilic siulc must pro- "i.OH.MH10 for ielii'f during oC this year to match f-iuks Mr. Darey yftld: .M- silver to him is (his. If lie i (.'iioiigli nnd fiilr in excusable .-i mill ir.crfK'U'ncy in the Ohio i-'.-o-'i.nn, (he iKOple of ibe n'-.ii ivil'inK UljT ptukula and "iu thi'lr sluire, new :f Ltci-ssary, to maintain a --like, cuotiuuilcnl nnd hu- M'iS-f In this stale." Hits Fnlerul Plan lo his request Hint tlie 'ji'i eminent tnke ovpr the -o.ip in tbo Pt.ntr. Mr. Uavoy -i insist tint tliry must as- ul lie rt-sponsiajUlty. All BEAUTY AT MT. UNION GREECE CLAIMS VICTORIES-JAR FEARS SUBSIDE: loyalists Shell Rebel Posi- tions In Macedonia As Big Battle Begins PLANES BOMB CRETE Premier Tsaldaris Expects Revolutions To Lay Down Arms RICHBEKG TELLS SENATE GROUP NRA PLAN n students at Mt. Union AllLfliur. 0., IIIITP srlcrjtcd Miss Kntliryn Oebsua Salcui. O. fls ttiO beautiful In (heir Shr> will hr? nnc of tTiL- rofuulup liuaulif-.s nc the ao- SIMON, HITLER TALK AGAIN SET Revolt At Glance British Foreign Secretary for Will Confer With Die- tator After All Developments hi tbp Grwk revolt and general lifllkan fltuatlou Satur- day ills ill were: THK OHKKK Ruvcniintut at Athens claimed jwius an taunous and boinlis roared a prelude to a urncr.il ndviince ft nn on need for to- day on reM lu Man.1- FKAIIH uf a general Balkan eon- fhu'ratkm diminished official statements from various Roveru- tbat no is iitlcnrtnl nr couttMHp'.fttc-d in coimwtlon with tbo Gredc civil war. YUGOSLAVIA annoitiited ber convictions auil lier army wurc he- hind the Knlkftii i met whk'U ainini; pre-ieitt 1 kau boundary Hues, and that her sympathies art; nitli lie Greek gnr- DROPNRA, ITS WAGE PLAN, BORAH URGES Idaho Senator's Suggestion Added To Many Now He- foic Senate Group HEARINGS PUSHED L :in; jiiiw Is tbat Jlr. frank aud eour- to ;mt liis owu name frdiit diwr as yeueral mnn- r. He is the autocratic iiMNM-tr. anyway, twhind I am InsMing tlint By The AttocUtnl Trm Marcli Sir John Si- mon animrt'Litly will KU Berlin to soc lU-ichsfuhrer Adult Hitler after nil. AMottins Iivi) weeks for Herr IUt- j Icr to set ut'll of his now h.qtorlc cold, ilie governut-ni today renewed tbe invitation for the IlrUiyh fpreiyri secretary to visit Ut-rllu nnd distuas angio- Frcncli for n" inclusive stturity Soviet Acrepts Kilen dor Ivan Maisky eiprcssed pleasure at the- selection of Captain Anthony Kdi'ii, lord privy seal, to visit Mus- rc n loving expressed do ubts tlist Russia might not welcome an below cabinet rank. As dispatches from Hertin said Uerr Hitler would spend about two weeks in Bavaria rccorerinc from the cold be cave as bla excuse lor KinhiLj liirt first Jale with Sir UNOFFICIAL and wholly uncoil flrniahk reaching ISuljinria said the Crc-ek govern tnetit's fleet had forted to ca pitulate to tbe rebels. These reports large snius of money were con- fiscated by the relK-la nnil they arc preparing an attack uplift Before Present Code Program Expires H> Thf I'rrn WASlllMiTON. D-A ile- fiutu lioiah (fi.) IU> junUii? uf MIA ex- for ii.s rlithl tnhiluiinu iiin] hn'irs nis tminy die tllffk-uli nn seuatorial protest left doubt about tbe fulure of mlmlnistration's new plan for a tvo-ytur of the NHA in a form Hut'would code only those industries in intcr-itati; comtneice. The plan was oullinetl to the wimTc fi- nam-c iijnimittec by Donald It. MtA clilnf- sliim'ii in (vpical ns iie upin-iircd before the nfti-r Mnrdj Thy iLil iim ami in in the DELAY LIKELY ON BONOS VOTE Set Fur Clear Test in [t> tfforl JCk-iL'l lliu iv- llnriiti. full ic v in-.iiK-iU nf Hip ud In Jtu inioivli ihu lines hi- ;lll. iilitl lru-l [lint liriilsctt a fiend, Uinly of tiin-Hcr Jr, wn nciiili H f-Hit lutilye at V Mirh., ttflt-r hU Uthnpi frniD tlin l.niiii' n( his uv.iltbv KKI!
left as It Is." He rrferrlnc; in the adminl- tratlnn's rccomnjpmlationl sub- nltted lir Honalil ItltJibcrx. the national emergency onntll. Mr. Darrow. ns clialrman of Ibe itlonfl] revleiv whleh sluil- eil the MIA ndmlnWratlon, iliarp- y i-rltielzwl Hie of Ilie or- anlzntlon anil particularly Its cf- Oblo valley: Occasional rain end- In? aliotit Tuesday then gen- erally fiir nnlil Friday or Satur- day wljen rain azain'is indicated; warraer Monday, colder of week and warmer by Friday. llrtrlon of the crcat K.iiu or ?r.ow at aurt njain nlxiut anil pri'h.ihiv at enil of week: lemvH-ralure near or noroizl. 'POST BEADY FOR FLIGHT Storm Arena Hay Delay Fljer'a Sfcotxl Suhslrilosphrre'i Allemni J.DS ANGTI.tS. Horcfc nevi'inie from pales Ifli stamps here totals approximately Norman Apfl, deputy comitj Ireas- ror, reporlol Kalurday. TJie woi-V- ly collections follow: fO.S.V.'; pcod- In: from lo the Ktoe while the putrol loat fll K'a. aUo tuinotl towara Downtown Arm AfilMt BvUerkt CINCINNATI, March Down- toivn Cincinnati merchants armed today, ready to rtjxl liandlts who nine itruclc down- lon-n atores 10 times in recent ireeki. 1'roposcd by the Assodatloa of fflith Strett MercbanU, the move- won the lursnrt of, Ihe Chamber of Commerce today, with the organl- utlon's annoancpmtnt It erpedi 100 per cent cooperation of down- town merdtar.la tiy ncit Saturday. The Vine Street Men's reported fully parod to defml the storei of Ita 2 KILLED IllJtO MUSH Anothtr Hurt As Tnxfc And Wall In Ovrland CI-EVEL.4ND, Marcb V. Montatiilla, M, and PnlrkV J. JIcDornell. 34. were killed today In a colMou between the Mdia whlrh Uwy occnpled and a truck. Montaiulla dkd tn the ureckar. ilcDnnnell auccomhed hotttlaL Both are knovra widely In eorth- em Ohio amateor athletic circles. McDounell IMS pnMkity director (Conllnuctl On ?L off trmcrrow, Imt i (r-r IVnulde and the Para 'tcirrn ureas rcrnitfil rtc riirr, undeiuVrn after I" dajt nlonj mute ]-r. will nitit-', f Mlslc a ilchj. mini-try oald. with more Marrj, Vfifl'f first nlli-mpt in (be t'arnsiioyan dead. Heary flghllni continues Ibrouib wouwlr, ttial Hctor. dfKrl, lie furced holler in t fsciorr at Ctolou,
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