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   Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1935, Xenia, Ohio                                Fifty Daily Newspaper FULL LEASED WIRE TELEGRAPH NEWS SERVICE WEATHER Occasional rain Sat- urday night and probably Sunday morning; somewhat warmer Saturday Night; Monday cloudy. VOL. LIV NO. 292 XENIA; OHIO; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1935 EIGHT PAGES MOTHER, THREE CHILDREN Italian Planes Bombard Dessye Again BUSINESS CAN PROVIDE JOBS OR PAY BILLS Government, Through Co- ordinator, Serves Ultimatum Signs Point To Boom Holiday Trade Merchants Expect Big Season J. ATTACK COMES WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. New Deal presented American busi- ness this take-it-or-leave-it 'propo- today: You give jobs to the employed, or we will send you the bill. In one of the most clear-cut state- ments of policy yet made by any chieftain of the administration, Maj; George L.Berryy President Roosevelt's coordinator for indus- trial cooperation, said that unless business itself provides employ- ment for the wbrkless men; the New Deal will continue its relief with attendant high taxes and possibly increasing deficits. "It is as simple as Berry, head of the powerful Pressmen's Union and a key man in the organi- zation of the National Recovery Ad- ministration, before "its' Supreme Court demise, said in an interview with the United Press. "The coun- try's unemployed must be fed and clothed. If industry will not do itj bj providing them work, then the j government must do it with relief j appropriations. Business foots the j bill in either event and there is no j other answer. "According to the the' improvement of business is out of balance with unemployment, which has been reduced only Berry continued. "There is evidence of Weather, Freer Money, More Payrolls, Christmas-! Buying Spirit Rosy All Contribute Prospects To Xenia merchants anticipate this Christmas will be their happiest since pre-depressionlxxMn days. Retail trade broke away from the barrier to a flying: start on the first lap of the holiday business this week, and is accelerating its speed for the highest notch since the pros- perous era. Keeping step with the nation-wide trend, as indicated by a recent department of commerce survey of "key" cities, disclosing holiday buyingr already in full swing, with retail sales at almost uniformly higher levels than last year, a spirit of optimismpervades local trade channels. Weather conditions have been generally favorable, a. AFTER SCORES HURT IN FIRST factor that has increased sales alike of wares and winter merchandise. Almost without exception, merchants freely admit their confidence that the heaviest shopping season in recent years is -in prospect. Ajccordingly, they are stocking their stores with a greater volume of merchandise to anticipate the j __ greater demand. Moreover, shoppers will find stores offering j airplanes bombed Doctors Protest Red Cross Ignored II Duce Carries On S VICTIMS TRAPPED IN BURNING DWELLING Husband And Father, Overcome By Smoke, Carried To Safety; Second Family Flees Into Snow In Night Clothes a wider variety of gift suggestions, suitable to every taste and purse. Reflecting- the general attitude of retailers here, BV E. Dessye at 8 a. m. today, an official dispatch said. It was the Eichman, president of the--Retail Merchants' Association, un- j bardment hesitatingly voiced his opinion that, the volume of business I hourSj m Xenia retail trade channels should be the greatest in re-1 cent years. "It is. safe to Mr. Eichman declared, "that the Christmas season business will be far ahead of last year. (Continued Page Fivw) CALL THREE LIQUOR SALESMEN ACCUSED OF STAGING RACKET Board To Investigate; Grand Jury Probes Poulson Charge COLUMBUS, 0., Dec! confusion of charges and counter- charges centering upon Ohio's liquor monopoly brought three ma- consider- Jor developments today. They were: able breakdown in working, hour regulations and there can be no doubt this means an acceleration of unemployment. "If the tendency to increase Sjours is not curbed and that imm- ediately, unemployment will in- crease in staggering proportions." Maj. Berry personally will .de- liver the New Deal's, views to busi- ness Monday, when about delegates gather here for his long- heralded parley between labor, ln- dustry and He sent to tions, but only received about acceptances. The others either ignored the bids, or issued statements vigorous- ly condemning the meeting and the idea behind it. No automobile manufacturers, railroads, nor steel manufacturers will be present. 1. Subpoenas were issued by the liquor board for two, liquor sales- men, one of whom was accused of taking for "protection" .from a Columbus night club operator. 2: Donald Hoskins, Franklin .County protvcutor. announced he will submit to the grand Jury on, Dec, 16 details of his investigation of charges 'that Francis Poulson, state Democratic chairman, bad at- tempted to trade jobs for votes. 3. Governor Davey was expected to. furnish next week evidence in support of his statement that Rep. George Harter, Democrat of Akron, had "hounded" the executive offi- ces in the interest of special favors of Akron liquor dealers. The subpoenas were issued- for M. Rosenberg, Cleveland, liquor salesman, and B. H. Pink, agent for United Distillers, Ltd. M. E. Hoover, Columbus night club op- erator, testified that Rosenberg took from him promising "pro- tection" against interference by liquor inspectors with his slot ma- chines. Hoover also testified Rosenberg _ i had named a Columbus councilman _ _ _ Jas being connected with him. The Invites Green TO> Be Re Del {councilman denied the charge. Hoover had been called before the liquor board to show cause why his permit should not be revoked for violation of slot'machine reg- ulations. Hoskins, in announcing he would call the grand jury, said he was doing so at Paulson's request Rep. Harter gave up an attempt to have LEWIS REPLIES TO LABOR HEAD Leader WASHINGTON, Dec. L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, today invited Wil- liam Green, president of the Am- erican Federation of Labor, to be- come chairman of the committee for industrial organization, rebel the legislature'mvestigate the state group withfn the A. F. of L. (liquor department, charging that The invitation was in a letter pouigOn had offered patronage to replying to a recent public state- John Hewitt by Green warning Lewis and town, in exchange for a vote industrial faction that their J against the Harter resolution. 'separate organization efforts might j .___________ have "'serious consequences." Green urged Lewis and his com- of seven heads of large in- ternational unions to reconsider their decision to conduct a separ- ate organization campaign. Lewis' letter was a firm refusal., He suggested that Green's "pri- vate inclinations" lie, with the group espousing the industrial type second bom- in twenty-four was conducted and other QUINS GOOD TROUPERS BEFORE MOVIE CAMERA Red Gross workers were still working on the scores of men, women and children mutilafr ed in the merciless bombard- ment of yesterday. Emperor Haile Selassie is at his war headquarters there. News of today's bombardment was flashed from the field wireless station at Dessye hardly an hour after the arrival of an airplane I from the stricken city bearing j Miss Petra Hoevig, a Norwegian nurse at the American Seventh Day Adventist Hospital, and Georges Goyon, correspondent of I the French Havas News Agency. Miss Hoevig suffered a double compound fracture of the leg when she jumped into a bomlb-protection j trench. Goyon was shot below the I knee, it is alleged by a native who thought he was an Italian. Reports of yesterday's bomto- jing, after a thorough survey of the situation, showed that damage i to the emperor's main j target of the Italian jremarkalbly slight. j -The emperor had amble warning was able to go to safety. This I .correspondent knows where he was during the raid but it is ob- 
                            

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