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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1940, Zanesville, Ohio Always First The Times Recorder Always Fair Press United Press wr International News Service At I N VOL LVI NO 8 OHIO TUESDAY JAM VKV 1910 WEDNESDAY CLOUDY Ask For Expansion British Warship Escapes Nazi Bomb Italy To Aid If Hungary Is Attacked BUDAPEST Jail alliance between Italy andj assuring Hungary of It Allan support In event of attack by cither Germany or Soviet sia was reported today to have been agreed upon by foreign ministers of two in week-end talks nil Venice j First reports were that the of the agreement would be public with signature by Ministers Count Ciano and British destroyer made this I target The planes seeking to break the British Csaky at Rome but later dramatic photo during a battle between warships blockade were kept at a high altitude by Would remain In British Cabinet Shakeup the British naw and a Nazi air fleet A German craft fire and scored no hits according to the bomb bursts as it hits the North Sea wide of its lest publication give of- j fense ro the Germans or the i Bevis O S U President COLUMBUS Jan j Howard Landis Serfs who served j his native Ohio as supreme judge and finance director before becoming a Harvard professor named seventh president of State university today j Fy unanimous vote the board trustees chose the son a nent pioneer family and ended ani unprecedented search for a dent to lead the fifth largest uni- versity in America Bevis successor to Dr George W Rightmire who retired July 1 1938 accepted the position in a telephone from bridge Mass He told trustees he would arrive here during the com- ing week-end to discuss salary and administrative problems Ohio State has been operated under Acting President William McPherson Dr started with a arv of a year but this was reduced to in 1932 The trustees are empowered to fix the salary of the president It took the board 18 months to name a new president Numerous meetings were trustees either were unable to agree upon a candidate or found the man Hungarians understood it Initialled by both foreign if fully approved by their i respective Counts i Csaky is due in Budapest in the j and Harvard In 1921 to report to a joined the faculty of the j mooting of the Hungarian sity of Cincinnati and headed the council school's law 10 years Qn Rome Former Gov George White named obtained an Italian him state finance director m 1331 j promise aid if attacked and later appointed him to fill a her and advice to avoid pressing upon Rumania when friction vacancy on the supreme court bench Defeated ior Supreme Court i might cause spread of war Bevis served two years was de- in a bid for re-election Some Rome con- the bench and again was named leered danger from Russia far finance director ibis time by imminent mer Gov Martin L Davey Neutral observers suggested served only six months before would be logical if Italy sent High Officers Keep Secret Defense Plan I WASHINGTON Jnn navy's rimml to approve a I expansion program of world con- I but a of unusual Around its I details i Secretary Edison and Admiral Harold C Of naval urged approval rtf increase nt tlm opening of public hem ings before thr I tec asserting thaf the rtf 1 necessitated it The situation Is with of a European and in conjunct ton with the far eastern presents of White of thf program uw not divulged created the Impression members Unit the navy had decided upon lamer ships m categories in Uw cruiser that program that lor t in affairs will 30 It in to craft lasi that a thr mul SiarK appointment a for a chair at Harvard in 1935 military mission to Hungary to lw said that it 95 and Britain's surprise cabinet centered around these four morn 51 II Top left Stanley shifted from presidency of of to secretary replacing Leslie of A registered Democrat Bevis arms and tactical problems richt Sir John Roith British Broadcasting corporation director who ia close friend of Republican Gov j without a formal pact much John W Bricker who was the lines of ported to look favorably upon before the European war j selection Pact Bevis is married and has Public emphasis will be succeeds Lord lower c it M son Murray 17 DR HOWARD L BEVIS whom they could agree reluctant thur Nobel prize-winning i take the chair physicist of the University of cago He declined the position Wanted Unanimous Choice Miss M Edith Campbell of chairman of the Only shortly before today's said following the election of m3 another leading candidate that one reason for the delay was i Compton s brother Dr we wanted a of- George Washington msh Division Is By Finns New Dealers Laud F D R At Jackson Day Dinners WASHINGTON attorney gf outright alliance with wit Jn day MKt in the if J possibility the net jit was said on a ship pact which informed i expected would be signed Italy Hungary and pact presumably would mit Italy to move troops through Yugoslavia to aid the low the committee dW not want js go into ttr loM that hoped to the ttf general Count ur Lincoln hU pre- on join outright any alliance her two neighbors i night and some Of course 1 do not know third do know i other proposed pact as flt DCS Moines he Unit i K U rally choice HELSINKI Jan not Italy nominee In would be troops have destroyed to defend Hungary against Roosevelt Robert H Scores of candidates were Bevis 55 is a native of Bevis but the of the chair was only actual in Hamilton county and was made to Dr Ar- i at the University of Cincin- Russian army's 44th division ing many thousands and rect attacks from either Germany or Russia but also to help the Hungarians regain the Carpathian I Super Budget Committee Proposal May Start Fight WASHINGTON Jan appeared tonight to be building up Christmas battle ing more than prisoners in mountain barrier in Transylvania the victory of the war on the Russians launch an the frontier just east of against Rumania and i was announced today I en to drive westward into j The 44th division presumably 15.000 and 18.000 count Ciano was reported to said to fallen into the urged Hungary to Seek at same trap near the of Lake least a temporary agreement with i j j Rumania over the Question 01 Kianta which wiped out the Red part of army's division in a two-day i frOm Hungary after risen D Miss for establishment of a joint congressional super i The proposal of Senator Pat a battle f rpm Speaker William B came a figurative kiss of budget committee to keep a check i death for the plan as far as the on government income and outgo i house is concerned Senate Leader Charles L McNary jOre served notice that the j posed committee if established would be forced to make a inquiry into past present and Perkins Approves Landis Report On Bridges Case Rovaniemi dispatches said the 44th division was surrounded near the town of less than a mile i and a half from the border at the I eastern Lake Kianta by a repetition of the Finnish guerilla j tactics which destroyed the division Today it was indicated the j Finns are fighting on both sides j Turn to Page 13 Labor Board Attorney Is CIO Hand WASHINGTON Jan V McNutt who has i of to-be M It St> of SUrlt to It in itu It fo that only n could for he Stark to if Mr to the third term United fort tin assertion at Raleigh immediate action N C that just the i ing thp of tha of n century MCO adored Andruw of tht will if Jackson plain people of o on from day D No that HP lhat H of humbler i of society plead with him toi for causo What decision will be he can but this I do the things which Franklin D Roosevelt given must not be proposed national defense of the border cast Q i where the attempt to From Harrison himself came j drive westward to the gulf of T claims of full administration Bothnia and cut Finland in half U for the plan notice that he now has met with major dis- tonight formally consideration his inters Harry known ut tne plm in So jubilant were the Finns over west coast CIO maritime tho the new victory that a special leader of membership in or and indications communique was issued to tion with the Communist party the rejects it he will move describe it the United Ststes- creation of a special senate j What Finns Captured Madame Perkins did so by committee for the same purpose In addition to the more than proving a report by Dean James Landis of Harvard university Jaw I school who as trial examiner found evidence did not support the charge Bridges was a munist Secretary Perkins in her from ment congress to enact tax measures in I have examined and reviewed to Page 13 Please report and the testimony I find no error in the findings and Action j Russian prisoners the com- that announced the capture of had not numbers other war supplies including at j proposals for new I reluctance members of the Finnish de- automobiles and It was the gre booty made by fenders The new victory was achieved in temperatures as low as 34 de- grees below zero it was said alone of tht trial examiner Al Hospital Jhe Io and therefore approve his report Baltimore on the border Again the The warrant of as canceled Finns lay in wait until the en- Chicago beer of the was A warrant baron and chieftain was to Page 9 me four counts and cd from Union was a member of io party had duplex cottage sear hasis for the which drew he weather a loas parade of government and Capone has been in the the treatment for paresis an San Franasco cloudiness tfl and apparently put at he minor lake up st Ohio valley Girl Bride If To Home ATHENS O Jan n Alice chubby whose to a miner wart Escaped Prisoners pressure prevails over and from the plains stales was sent lo the county home today on a School at He also to the stolen car marriage The James Mayer 20 to the Atlantic coast The j temperature is still considerably j below normal east of the Rocky i mountains except from North northern e it slightly above 9 Under court's and Frank s H 23 that for aulo were in at home she could lo be than 3 escaping rises a- Sets p a Survey Help Us Improve Our Service To You AWARDS THIS WEEK Victor Radio Club 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board who recently Jan an who had told workmen i ot the tonight that workine for had some vury Wnd for Vice to the of criticism CIO j President in n speech dropping of War members fell to at Gamer reling over the fairness at their i is an for the j the cabinet with inquiry and before quiet wan Democratic would stored Rep tion had accused Charles Fahy I love and admire as do were current labor wild the and new ministry of th e ii urn 10 r BMK i Mt U neither to Friday's t t m n t explanation of Job or policy wouW lo committee members baiting of the own Edmund M Toland i After the testimony the attorney Murdock f t u j j Utah protested that Toland I SJt I have asked Board Chairman J for his of the case 4 I r rul l M coordinator ot urmy j wouW navy force he did not At this nation ofj Turn lo 13 hearty eaters M of bacon ham and j went into effect that might 11 man Smith declared the to include In committee had agreed to hear Brandishing zun a to t from all persons nnd robbed who WASHINGTON Jan 8 critically and Rep Routzohn of at the to at John was fully of den Fruit market and to be working today Republican at U make revived Mr Fahy has been st who summoned police houne of Jan nnd to this table in the the roan walked in the i when mwt There sition as the and with a over his agitation for an earlier Dec 1 all of tha? ordered him to parliament but a have had and money in the place to to ins of our counsel It due entirely Snatching from Dam of the to Mr Fahy passing up he ran out i o the of Jne and sped towards the old on to warf by way of The thW Jackson Mini- to th in and Erie railroad tracks of thal day Robison told Joe Powell that rumor had heard on g 3835 jn Courtney Milton Mick to blow up the great honor of tf the Darn near Lax of the national o from Jo M years hut Reclamation his was about JHe John C It -j more appropriate way in tall and about 335 The to honor memory of lion which linked citizens of than The look in Jour the Jackson day heW an over night m raise 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