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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 10, 1938, Charleston, West Virginia SHOWERS Local showers and thun- derstorms and warmer Sat- urday night and Sunday. FINAL EDITION CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA. SATURDAY EVENING, 13 States Prepare To Hold Elections During Next Week 12 States to Conduct Primaries While Maine Stages General Vote; Maryland Contest Holds National Interest SEPTEMBER 10, 1938 12 PAGES FIVE CENTS FLOWERS FOR 'LITTLE FUEHRER' Henlein Gets Floral Tribute Davis Draws AFL Support Slale Pennsylvania Not Known T SePt- 10 or nominating convcn-, tlons in 12 states and Maine's general election are to be held i next week. Nine senators will come up lor renomination. Topping the other primaries in national interest because of! President Roosevelt's efforts to brinR about the defeat of Sena- tors Millarcl E. TyeUngs and Walter F. George are those in Marv- land and Georgia. Maryland Democrats on Monday will write their answers to the President's plea to unseat Tydings as n conservative and re- i place him with Representative David J. Lewis as Democratic i nominee for senator. Georgia will vote Wednesday. In that state the chief executive j gave his political blessing to Lawrence Cairm, United Slates dis- trict attorney who is trying to unseat Senator George. Former Governor Kttgeno maclcc, for years a political factor In Georgia, also seeks George's place, as docs William G. McRae, Atlanta attorney. A run-off pri- mary. If necessary, will be held Oct. 5. Voters In six other states will nominate, senate candidates ou 1 successful renoininalion campaign on Page 11', Column S) Jiy 15 Per Cenl Sept. 10 __ Ki-micu. sept, m fno j have lill'.Tt i IronclH's and battlofiolds of the Ebro front wilb mur! but luivo not provontorl ficliling c-oMly to both' Rivers-Almanac Spflhl Jho Iwoyali.sls announcod the! rcpulso of four strong Nationalist! al tricks. Tlivy r-lniniotl the- of ziflcr a lionvy artillery boinbiirtlnionl. Moon May Bear Corrigaivs Name full wpfilhc-r prevailed In Clinrloslon Sal urday morning. Criol hrpox'.-s swfpt through tho I'ily keeping tho low, la morning roiirliiiK was 70 fittht pfilnls tihout tho night's niini- Kriday's rnaximum was S3 Sun Moon Sun Jtoso iv.fii Sun Se-ts -Moon Tlises Aviation Cadd Killed 1 Qi'A.vnco, sr-pt. i" ou caller) in Irom outside liy him I. show tho course you pur- sue is not worthy Iff I M.. Cull Wtatcrn Union. CHtCACO. Sept. 10 CUP1._ i outlook for the period i psepl.. pj 10 I Middle Allaiilic states: Showers! iloiulay and possibly Tuesday and again Thursday or Friday.' gen- i orally weal her at end of week cooler nv.n slightly warmer "notu j liursday and cooler at end 01. valley: Showers Monday ana again about Thursday, other- Mr n i Reilerall-v fair. Cooler bv ivionaay night, warmer middle week and cooler by Friday. Rantliu Get COI.UMBUH. O.. Sept. IUP.1. inessenger for ihe Ohio Na- "onal bank was Isold up by two n.oar Ollir''s capitol today and automobile. nn NOT GUILTY, GOVERNOR INDICATES Shooting of Congressional Candidate Held Publicity of NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 10 H. Morrison, candidate congress in next Tuesday's Democratic primary, was shot and wounded early today in what he described as a "political" ambush but which Governor Richard W. Leche called a "cheap publicily stunt." '-Morrison, who has waged a hitter fight against Dr. J. K. Griffith, incumbent, who is sup- ported by the governor I" the sixth dislrict, saicl he was am- bushed at his summer camp sev- en miles oast, of Hammond by an unidentified man who es- caped. The governor, who took tne stump in the district against Mor- rison, said at Shreveport the "ai- f of a desperate unscru and repudiated 1 the would-be "assSsn? feCef years old. I that no one added he was seen hT tne governor's office yesrorci'av crnor dostj''iinion the gov- Morrison was brought to -in infirmary here. Ho had a caliber bullet wound in hfs up- P was suffering from k _anct joss of blood. Phvsi- liind the scenes......._ cated plainly that the Sudeten 'par- ty would not accept the present government stood. Real interest centered on other factors: 3. The Bones speech. 2. The French and Russian resentaiions. Renewed disorders in Sudo- ten German areas. Two policemen, were injured at Bodenbach last night whon Sudetens masserl before a Communist meeting hall and showered with stones, glasses and chairs, the policemen guarding the door. Three policemen were injured at Friedberg when Sude- ten Germans held a demonstra- tion. Funeral Made Ceremony 4. The ceremonial funeral ot Alfred Knoll, a Sudeten German who. the German minority lead- ers complained, was fatally in- j .lured when he .lumped from a'train on his way to serve a prison- term for espionage. The funeral was at JaegcrndorfT It was delaved because of an autopsy which Su- deten oerman surgeons attended. Jhe resumption of negotiations between the Government and the' f iaidelen party mean lhat Hie first, bunch of incidents they com- i plainer! of had been I with a strange suddenness. Jt was i announced yesterday that the Su- j detcns would not negotiate until i they received satisfaction. Soon afterward it was announced that i the incidents had been closed to the. I Sudetens' satisfaction. I It developed that Premier Hodza; had con'ferred with Sudeten lead- ers Ernest Kundt and Alfrerl Rosche. They reached some sort: of understanding. Officially, the agreement was based on (lie government an- nouncement that it had suspended i a number of police officials ac- cused oE brutalities, and harl brought, formal charges againsc some of them; and also that police had released tho body of Alfrerl Knoll for burial. But it -was believed that there was some more important reason; for the sudden agreement. As tor this reason there were two re- ports: 1) That Hodza had prom- ised additional concessions: 2) thaS Viscount P-unciman, British advis- er, was preparing a plan of own as a final resort. Independent Austria's Last Chancellor III VIENNA, 'Sept. 10 Schuschnigg. last chancellor of In- dependent. Austria, was .reported; seriously ill today. Schuschnigg was said !to .have suffered a nervous breakdown j which may force postponement of ihis trialtpn-a. charge of treason.
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