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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - March 23, 1940, Hamilton, Ohio The Journa news is the Only medium local advertising for which readers pay. It possesses the unique distinction being a medium that s wanted sought and bought Etc Tox Tai co Loveit otottei4 no Cut coot it tip taunt $50000 teat Xiu Ham i to n journal fort Hamilton in l79u. A vol. 64�?no. 81 saturday March 2 3. 1940 entered be second Cine matter Post office Hamilton Ohio Price three 0ent8 readers each Day b a journal 75,000ti news family possible readers. 18 pages weather Hamilton and Vicinity generally fair tonight and sunday. Slightly colder tonight. Continued cold sunday and await visit russian envoy a it it it # a a a a a a a a it a a a a a a a a a a a a a Ltd it a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a predict House to accept part farm Bill increases a 44 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a # # i it a a a a a a a a a a a a a outlays will Parley urged to step out As National democratic chairman historic week Benefit 30 million desire for Rural votes is stronger than tax fears Economy i Romp promises opposition when measure is returned by Congress committee i annotated preen it Washington March 23. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a investigators unable to find clues to mine blast plan further probe Britain prepares for sub warfare offers convoys to Neutral ships to keep supplies food flowing annotated Prena it undercurrents the British German sea struggle the French government uncertainty and dip even Economy advocates pre somatic Maneu vers connected with dieted today that the House would the Balkans marked the surface accept at least part the in icel a Europe this easter creases made by the Senate in the eve $1,000,000,000 farm Bill which it approved late yesterday. I there was widespread feeling in loth Chambers that the desire to Britain braced herself in expectation a greater wave German submarine attacks her vital sea Commerce and sought win the farm vote would prove lf0 keep the food supplies flow stronger than the fear new j 1? by coaxing neutrals into con taxes which influenced the House to hold the farm appropriation to $714,000,000 earlier this session Voys. To divert products some circles declared that the the expanded Bill which the sinking six danish ships out Senate passed without a record the seven neutrals destroyed vote now goes Back to the House for action the increases. Lead Els expect that the measure will be sent Early next week to a joint congressional committee for adjustment the differences. Will make fight representative Woodrum Leader the Economy bloc observed that Economy advocates in the House would a make the Best fight we can but the Economy spirit probably will not he As Strong the next time the Bill tomes before the Senate approved Bill carries nearly $923,000,000 in appropriations More than $200,000,000 in excess president Roosevelt a budget recommendation a and an additional $90,000,000 in Loans for agricultural purposes. Until the farm Bill reached the Senate . Roosevelt a budget estimates for various purposes had been reduced approximately $303,-000,000 in Congress in an Effort to avoid the $460,000,000 additional taxes which the president id Vised to finance a a emergency lense outlays. Offset savings although the increases in the farm measure offset most the savings voted previously senator Barkley Kentucky the democratic Leader has expressed belief that additional taxes might still be avoided. The possibility accomplishing this by trimming defense appropriations has been suggested in some quarters. Senator Russell steered the farm appropriation through the Senate estimated that 30.000.000 persons would Benefit from the outlays it provides for the fiscal year beginning next july i. He said 5,500,000 Farmers were receiving direct Benefit payments under crop control programs and that their families numbered about 20.000.000 to 25,000,000 persons. Another 13,000,000 persons were eligible he estimated to receive food under the surplus removal programs. The largest some 70 increases made in the Hill by the Senate was $212,000,000 for parity payments to Cotton wheat Corn tobacco and Rice growers complying with the farm act. This would be in addition to about five Hundred million dollars for soil conservation payments. Not in budget president Roosevelt did not in m the past two Days embraced a German scheme to divert to German tables the danish Dairy products which Long have been Brit ish Staples. The British also noted anxiously report a Large concentration German submarines just outside norwegian Waters and that the commander one these told a norwegian Fisherman the submarines soon would be a Baa common As fishing a British move to throttle German imports scandinavian Ore was seen in some quarters following the destruction a German merchantman by a British submarine at the Entrance to the Baltic sea the first such incident the War. News briefs a i Reservoir that Breeds death in the St. Blairsville cd mar. 23. J Industry until Basic mining Neces congressmen investigating the siting Are adopted a widow Grove mine disaster re 0wen8 asserted that the mine turned to a Ash in it today with ventilating system should he out tangible clues to the cause changed that a new explosive an explosion which killed 7 Nion. Which a offers no Chance a representative Peterson a Windy shot a blow out should Ria chairman the House Subj e used instead Black powder committee said a iwo hour in blasting operations that the Aper Tion the Hanna Coal Corn Workings were excessively Dusty pan s mine and six hours Testi and that mine inspectors a Are Vic Mony at yesterday s hearing got t Jig 0f Polit Leal nowhere in determining the cause i Richard m Cgee Deputy mine in the blast last saturday. Spector in charge the District he said additional witnesses disputed most Owens claims. Would be called to Washington r. L. Ireland Hanna president after committeemen had studied said that the company took All the voluminous testimony include Accident precautions and provided my charges by John Owens Ohio modern equipment but that the president the United mine cause the explosion was a Bells orders that the disaster could Pond my have been prevented by a Rock dusting a to eliminate Coal dust. A it is time something were done Owens expressed the belief that the explosion resulted from a charge blasting powder blowing to Stop this organized and Legal j out its bore and igniting dust murder our people a Owens said instead breaking Coal Loose As adding that a fall mines will be a intended. Reynaud gaining strength starts a win w a Quot Campaign it associated pre. Ii net decided last night not to re Paris mar. 23. Sign hut to marshal a French ener Paul Reynaud Frances new Gies to fight and win the War Premier put his a fight and win a r inst Germany government into motion today by Good far associated press it Washington a representative Cox a a accuses labor Board officials a a lobbying illegally for restoration $337,000 Cut recommended in 1941 appropriation. Portland , which escaped Brunt Atlantic Seaboard storms last Winter groans under thick Snow Burden. Chunking a chinese declared course fighting in Southern province Kwangsik has turned in their favor. Harlingen Villa real 17, buried under six feet Sand More than an hour is rescued uninjured. Pittsburgh mrs. Marie we Leman in 102 and she Hopes it is her last birthday. A my friends Are gone and i feel alone a she a is. Conferring with the Heads Frances army and Navy As Well As Cabinet members most concerned with the conduct the War against Germany. Generalissimo Maurice Gustave Gamelin and Admiral Jean Dar Lan were called into conference As the Premier drove ahead with War plans despite the Bare one vote margin he received in yesterdays Confidence test in the chamber deputies. The conference was the first government move since the cab sex convict slain in theft attempt Vatican City Pope Pius receives David Gray Florida new american minister to Erie Ireland in private audience. Child labor Law advocated by White Athens o., mar. 23. Up a campaigning for the Republican United states senatorial nomination. Con Gressman Dudley a. White Norwalk alerted last night that Congress should approve a child labor constitutional amendment which he introduced last month. A the new proposal puts into simplified practical form what t believe will be the Means it Udo Money for parity payments feeding the Reform for which lain his budget although Congress. Hor and women a organizations voted $225,000,000 for such pay have been fighting unsuccessfully my a is it for 15 years a Whit said i associated press i Lorain o., mar. 23. Prospects a easy Money lured a former Ohio Penitentiary convict to death in a Hail police bullets and led to the capture his Safe cracking companion. They were trapped by the alertness a night watchman As they attempted to break into two safes last night at the Hawkins motor sales company Broadway in downtown Lorain. Police identified the slain Man As John Pavlak age 34, Cleveland shot Down by Lieut. Paul Clever and patrolman Maurice Mumford As he attempted to flee and named his companion As Frank Jersey age 36, also Cleveland. Crashed through Glass Pavlak was shot As he tried to climb Over a Fence about a Block and a half from the sales Agency. He had crashed through the Glass in the front door As police arrived. Jersey was found hiding under a truck in the service department the Agency. Police quoted Jersey As saying Pavlak recently was released from the Ohio Penitentiary and approached him several Days ago asking if he would like to make a some East Jersey denied that he knew Pavlak was heading for the Hawkins Agency when the two left Cleveland together last night. Jersey also admitted he was convicted in Cleveland to year ago a burglary charge. Five deputies listed among those who abstained in yesterday chamber vote announced Imlay they Are favourable to the government and one announced himself against. These changes applied the basis yesterdays vote give the government a majority now to 273 for t57 against and 105 still listed As abstainers. After a crisis that saw former Premier Daladier fall wednesday Reynaud succeed him thursday and barely survive his first test in parliament yesterday the new government began to gain strength. Most the press rallied behind him with Praise for sticking to his Post against Strong opposition rather than plunge the country into the confusion another crisis and criticized the hostile deputies for playing politics in time War. Sopko receives Doerle sentence Ashland o., mar. 23. Pm John Sopko 33, Akron is under two Penitentiary sentences today following his conviction charges breaking and entering and attempting Safe breaking at the Farmers equity company Lyndonville january 18. He a sentenced to a term one to 15 years the first count and one to 20 years the second. The jury seven men and five women returned a verdict for Sopko a conviction after deliberating an hour and a half. My Nutt supporter asks resignation senator Van Guys says retention Post unfair to other candidates i associate press it Washington mar. 23. A Mcnutt for president Booster senator Van nays a ind has called upon postmaster general Farley to quit As National democratic chairman in fairness to other candidates for the party a providential nomination. Referring to Farley a unqualified announcement that his name would be placed before the democratic National convention the supporter Security administrator Paul v. Mcnutt said yester Day a Elf nominated and elected he Farley would make a very acceptable president carrying into Tho White Honey a lot common sense and stability. Fond Jim a i am very fond Jim Ley and i could support him As a nominee very gladly. But i do not think it is fair to other candidates that he retain his position a National chairman capitalizing the prestige which that office Van Guys said he thought retention the party chairmanship by Farley would not be in keeping with the spirit the Hatch act which curb political activities Federal employees other than policy making official. Friend Farley have expressed belief recently that be had no intention resigning As chairman at this time. Leader both major parties were giving some thought meantime to the question whom Farley and John i. M. Hamilton the Republican National chairman would pick to be keynote speaker at the party conventions. Formal action soon although formal action is not expected soon it was reported that More than half a dozen candidates were being considered for the Job sounding the party Battle cry and being temporary chairman the Republican convention at Philadelphia june 24. Fewer possibilities have entered the Field for a similar assignment for the democrats hut party chiefs said there was plenty time for such selection since their party would not meet until july t5. Republican Headquarters reported a contest for Republican Keynoter the theory that a spirited rallying speech to Start off the nominating procedure might bring the vice presidential nomination As a Reward. Rumor Shell leave n. Y. Haven Vig Donahey votes no rules suspension Washington mar. 23. Pm senator vie Donahey a Ohio voted with a Senate majority against a us pension rules for consideration sugar benefits legit lation yesterday. Ohio a other senator Robert a. Taft r did not vote. Mpr Olal to Jon no a re a. New York March 23.�?starting to put up steam during the night the French luxury liner Ile de France is shown at her Dock at Staten Island new York. There were rumours that she would follow the British liners Queen Mary and Mauretania which left new York Harbor to enter troop ship service. The de de France has been heavily guarded since the War began. Chicago Shakedown Racket is operated by detectives anticipated in Europe staff in feverish prepare tons for Zolotoff quiet easter promised by authorities despite rumours important events soon to him p. Loiti nor an Claril pre staff writer Berlin March 23. There were Many indications in Berlin today that the German foreign office and the russian embassy Are preparing for a visit by soviet russian Premier foreign commissar Vya Chesloff Zolotoff. Although yesterday Good Friday was a Legal Holiday the personal staff foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop worked feverishly and it was a matter common gossip in political circles that they were arranging All details for reception the russian Premier. Cautious replies at the russian embassy cautious replies to the effect that a the exact Date for events in the offing is not set yet Quot seemed to confirm belief that next week might be another historic one in Europe a history. Authorized a Nureck assured foreign correspondents however that they could a enjoy a quiet ibis was taken to mean that Molo Toff will not come to Berlin until next week at earliest. It was understood that the German italian and russian government were taking their time for the effects the French Cabinet change and British argument Over the rival sea a flow Aud Sylt air raid to become fully evident before the next Public step is taken in relations the three states. I a olt tel re a pre i Chicago March 23. Charge that hundreds inno a cent men had been arrested and falsely accused sex offences by j four Chicago detectives operating a Shakedown Racket will he investigated monday by a grand jury. The inquiry was ordered by states attorney Thomas j. Courtney. The charges were filed with the civil service commission by police Cap. John Howe who investigated the Case for police commissioner James in. Allman. Commissioner Allman has suspended the accused officers a William j. Kearney Edward Hickey Elmer Johnson and Francis Malley. All Are attached to the police morals squad. Or. Ernest Puttkamer chairman the police committee the Chicago bar association disclosed that an attorney was under investigation in connection with the alleged Racket. Capt. Howe a report charged that the attorney connived with the detectives in the Shakedown innocent victims. A arrests almost always followed this pattern the person arrested is asked his business. When hear Rives at the lockup he is left a open held without a charge and sent to the Bureau soon after a lawyer appears in the lockup and informs the prisoner he is in a a bad Jam and otters to get him out for from $260 to $400,�?� Captain Howe said. Initial investigation the alleged Racket was touched off by the complaint a Kansas City physician who was held in jail for three Days before being released Bond. May reduce Small Home scale Christmas weather is prediction for easter coldest March 23 in years recorded in Ohio i ask ocly Ted pre it Ohio a easter will be More like Christmas the weather Bureau predicted today As snowy squalls brought some areas the coldest March 23 in a Quarter a Century. A occasional Snow flurries today will be followed by generally fair and continued cold weather a a meteorologist said. A cold in the West makes cer Tain it will stay that Way in Ohio Over the week Youngstown reported a temperature 9 degrees the lowest for this Date in 25 years. Akron had the same. Toledo recorded 12, Cleveland 13, Columbus 15 and Dayton 17. Glimpses the Sun brought the Mercury up into the 20s but it was due for a drop again tonight. Light but Blus Tery Snow was general from the great Lake to the Ohio Valley. Unseasonable cold weather Over most the country spread the spirit evergreens rather than daffodils. With a Low 18 degrees Cincinnati had its coldest March 23 in 52 years. A Light Snow covered the ground overnight a n d flurries continued through the Day. I a him i Ted pre i Washington mar. 23.�?belief that a reduced wage scale might be put into operation by a. F. L. Union Small House construction throughout the country was expressed today by John p. Coyne president the a. F. building trades department. Coyne disc loved that he had appealed to 19 unions for acceptance the reduced a a secondary a scale in new York City and that it also was under consideration in Detroit Cleveland Cincinnati and Toledo. Proposals for a new wage rate were advanced after a conference Between building trades Union and contractor in new York earlier this week. The new rate was expected to in fixed at $9 $10 a Day As against the $12 to $15 daily schedule in Force Large commercial structures. Classify rumours meanwhile authorized source classed All rumours any German ultimatum to Rumania a visit by von Ribbentrop to the Balkans a planned Reich tag session and an impending visit by Zolotoff to Berlin a a attempts by the other Side to make us reveal our plans Issue provocative denial. A Berlin source usually excellently informed said after the Brenner pay a meeting Between fuehrer Hitler and Premier Mussolini Italy that they had agreed upon an arrangement whereby Russia would joint the Rome Ber Lin Axis not As a belligerent ally Germany but rather a a source raw materials and 6upplie� and with Italy As a partner in a three Power Force which would have a common policy regarding the Balkans eliminating British influence from Southeast Europe the declaration policy the new French Cabinet under Premier Paul Reynaud to push Forward to Victory was treated derisively by authorized German source. Roosevelt better following illness Washington mar. 23. Ut5 a president Roosevelt has practically recovered from his two weeks cold. Aides said he had no fever but was remaining in bed the advice his physician. Two appointment were made for him today. Senator Lafollette pro wis was invited to lunch and Secretary Edison was called in for an afternoon Dis a elision his plan for administrative reorganization the Navy i department

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