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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, March 23, 1935, Image 6

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Ohio Governor Mav Be Impeached in Relief War
While the Ohio legislature met at
Columbus to take action on fed
eral charges of “political corrup
tion in the Ohio relief adminis
tration , possible impeachment of
Gov. Martin L. Davey (”) was
threatened. Shortly after Fed
eral Relief Administrator Harry
l. Hopkins (“» had placed
War Threats Peril Yanks Caught as Spies
Wh, alarms in Europe have increased the peril of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Switz of Orange, N. J aad 2£
* riW. P “ , by i e,u ' h 1,1 ljl^- eat s !»y cleanup since first World War. Rising feeling against spies re»i>
‘ loi government to liberate the Switzes (shown at ton with their attorneys) in accord-
W.V 1 f '! r1 r l,,rt ii' “ n to fl^ e theni in return for turning “state’s evidence” against other member*
lie i.ny, including (1. u> r.) Mine. Lydia Stahl, divorced wife of New York businessman; Mrne. Chans
.Salman and Mile. Riva Davidovich (Centmi Press '
Reds Blamed for Race Riots in Harlem
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CJomrnuni.st agitators who have, it ia claimed, been endeavoring for months to stir tip unrest iia Harlem,
where 500,000 colored persons have a city within New York City, are. blamed for race riots which fol
lowed tumor that Lino Rivera, Id (arrow), had been beaten to death in a store. Actually the boy, who
admitted shop-lifting, was unbanned. But 50 sympathizers and bystanders went to hospital, some with
fatal wounds. Phc';;s show “Red” literature which fanned flames of riot and sojne of the injured.;
(Central Press!
Charles C. Stillman (1) in charge j
of Ohio’s relief, Governor Davey
swore out a warrant for Hopkins’
arrest, charging criminal libel.
Other photos show Marc J. Gross
mar. (4) of Cleveland, Cuyahoga
county relief chairman, who
turned to the offensive when Gov
ernor Davey assertedly tried to ;
inject politics into relief admin
istration; Attorney General John
W. Flicker (5) who prepared to
impanel a special grand jury to
investigate charges against the
governor, and Lieut. Gov. Harold
Mosier who would become gover
nor if Davey were ousted. Hopkins
acted on orders from Roosevelt.
An unmistakable sign that spring
is just around the corner—
freighters on the Great Lakes
come out of their winter berths
Havana Police Breaking Up Riot
Street scene in Havana, as police and marines break up mob which
formed while Cuban headquarters of American powder concern burned.
A remarkable new action photo. (Central Press)
Seven U. S. Ships Due to Be Scrapped for New Ones
3e*en of Uncle Sams lo biggest battleships are due to be scrapped and
•eplaced with new ones at cost of $50,000,000 each, if Japan fails to with
Iraw it* denunciation of Washington naval treaty, which expires Dec.. 31.
Seagoing Passenger Train Crawls Through Kentucky Floodlands
With the ippi river inun
dating thousands of acres in west
ern Kentucky and southern ITU
aois, highways have been doodad
| to open the navigation season.
{ This picture shows the freighter
i C’oralia, entering Cleveland har
! bor with a load of automobiles,
in Vnany places and railroad*
tracks submerged. Some passen
ger trains, however, continued to
ftlduah over water-ceversd right.
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Members of the Puerto Rican de
bating team who called on Presi
dent. Roosevelt at the White
House, find the American chief
executive in a gay mood. The
Attorney General Bricker
Dominated by Gov. Martin L.
Davey, the Ohio legislature re
fused to authorize Attorney Gen
eral John W. Bricker, a Republi
can, to proceed with an investiga
tion of charges of Federal Relief
Administrator Harry Hopkins that
a campaign fund committee- for :
the eovern'or had “shaken down” i
1936, it is indicated in Washington. The treaty forbade construction of
new battleships, and limited construction to war vessels of 10,000 tons or
less. The ships scheduled to be replaced are shown. (Central Press >
01-ways, such as the one shown
above, running out of Wiekliffe,
Ky. Highway No. 51, alongside
the railway, was under water at
camera catches all four in a hearrj
laugh. The visitors are Chaneei
lor Chadron, left, of the Univei
sity of Puerto Rico; Prof. Richard
Patte, and Caspar Rivera
Governor Davey
firms selling supplies to the Ohio
relief administration. Instead, the
legislature, after listening to Gov
ernor Davey, authorized an in
vestigation of its own into the
“efficiency” of the relief organiza
tion. . This is considered a direct
dap at the New Deal, which Gov
ernor Davey attacked
many points. When this picture
was taken, the crest of the flood
was yet to be attained. Wiekliffe
Ida short distance from Cairo. 11l-

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