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   Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1935, Cumberland, Maryland                                CUMBERLAND SUNDAY TIMES SUNDAY JUNE 9 U S NEW DEAL BED NO MODEL FOR ENGLAND Stanley Baldwin Says Roosevelts Recovery Cannot Be 1 Accepted By Britain PLANNED Oneof First Acts of Newi Will Be iStrengthening OF Na t tional Defense Hall England Jene 8 VP Franklin D ftposcveltg recovery program cannot bo accepted as the model for Great Britain Prime Minister Stanley Bald win said today in the first tjtsclosviro f the policies his rjfw government will ot the most radical Wire ntc taking place in h4 told an open air raliy of persons on the of the Earli oi Dudley i Guard Aral ant Sudrtrn But have to remember that Mttiated ns we are depending j for payment for our food by our exj ports sudden and illconsidered changrs ran do more harm in this country than they can in any counj try of the j The new prime minister who yes terday succeeded MacDon ald indicated some of former Pre mier David Lloyd Georges new deal schemes which tha wartime premier finished discussing with the cabinet Thursday might be saying Changes must be j But experiments should not bei he added until every possij trtlity the result ot those experit iBents has bwri examined thoroughj ly It Is safer to do that in agrlcuii than in Industry j Opposes Stabilization of Currency opposing even provis ional stabilization of currency at tJSe present time Baldwin expressed tfic view I hat world trade condij tlems would be Improved by less use Esther Ralston Film Blond Prefers Crooner For Her Husband ITALY PREMIER DEFIES CRITICS OF HIS POLICY Nations Accounts With Ethiopia Will Be Settled Without Regard Of Others Opinions BRITAIN SCORED Italian Press Also Lashes lan fere nee With Italys East Afri can Program Cagliari Italy June 8 Benito Muaolini hurling de fiance at his European critics today assured Italy that her old and new accounts with Ethiopia would be settled without regard to what is said beyond the While soldiers and blaclt shtrts gathered in this gailydecor ated city cheered he made sharp reference to Great Britain We will imitate to the letter those who try to teach us a lesson They have demonstrated that when they were creating an empire and defending it they never took into consideration world Papers Lash Britain Italian newspapers lashed tit British interference with Italys East African policies Capt Anthony Eden new British mlniater for League of Nations af fairs was assailed by papers for his address in the House of Com mons yesterday In which he said Italian allegations that Britain was fostering Ethiopian hostility toward Italy were mischievously Some papers termed the remarks The press took the view that an ItaloEthiopian conflict was vir tually inevitable Mussolini review ing soldiers of the Sabauda division before thair departure for East Africa gave substance to that be STEAMER HITS LEDGE IN FOG TWO DROWNED Scores Thrown Into Sea Cling To Sides of Boat Until Rescued Vinal Haven June 8 Two drowned and of others were thrown into the sea narrowly escaping death today when the Belfast excursion steamer Csstine struck a ledge in thick tog and listed heavily Seventyfive grangers from Roclc land and Camden for a Pomona Grange meeting on the island of Vlnal Haven became panic stricken when the vessel a 65footer struck The craft filled with water rapidly and with the weight of the pas sengers on one side rolled tar over Nearly all on board were thrown into the water and were clinging to the vessels sides when the Vinai Haven and Rockland steam boat company liner North Have came along and sent out life boats to pick them up Those drowned were Mr and Mrs j Charles Wooster of Rockport Woosters body was recovered but I that of Mrs Wooster was not found j Both were about 50 years old New Nurse To Quintuplets Never Dreamed of Getting Job at Import quota systems Everybody knows that gentlemen prefer blonds Now we learn what lone of fllmdoms most striking blonds Esther Ralston prefers Its a had to have he comcrooner one Wilburl Whitfleld Morgan to whom shell be wed soon Morganx sentimental voice featured by New York orchestra might very well be responsible for Esthers dreamy pose shown here She divorced George Webb in 1934 after a marriage of nine years but they were more dis turbing to trade than any other economic machinery that could be pat into I his dissatisfaction with present strength of British afmament he said push wjrwaid with maintaining the sej edjrity of our own people while all i toe time WP are fighting nurd for Hjnttaticti and for disarmament at 26 INSTRUCTORS ADDED IN MD SUMMER SCHOOL University Plans Special i Course for AH CCC In structors In Area lief Mention Supreme Necessity Radcliffe Defends Efforts Toward Economic Recovery JCOMMUNISTS EXPEL OLD Mentioning the supreme neces sity Italy faces he said we have an old and a account to settle with and we will set tle Mussolini flew to Cagliari from Ostria in his trimotored plane piloting it most of the way He re viewed the twomile line of the Sabauda division the third to be sent to Africa The troops were in full war regalia College Part June 8 Twenty six instructors not included in the winter school faculty have been named on the staff of the annual University of Maryland summer school beginning here June 26 Thirteen are from outofstate institutions Dr Willard S Small dean of the college of education and director of the summer school has announc ed that arrangements are being made by Dr T G Bennett director I of education for third corps CCC camps for aspecial summer school course for all CCC instructors In the Instructions wilt begin July IS lasting untilthe close of the regu lar summer school August 6 Among the instructors will be Edgar M Gerlach supervisor of social service oj the Bureau ol Prisons U S Department of Justice Parole Executive Says He Has Offer of Position In Midwest Peaco aOrond peace among ourj people security for our own j The Irritation of a Convalescent Suggested By people security iof the peoples of T i 11 TV things must be the of thc united peoples of the Tfelted Kingdom should notfeel as govcrij nt that we are doing our duty to tUp people of country if we did nbt tell them that until limitation of armament can be obtained we ffe not satisfied with the defenses of this Maryland Senator In Address At University of Baltimore Commencement As Explanation of Some of Biting Criticism of New Deal Measures PRESIDENT ARRIVES I AT HOME FOR VISIT Secretary of Treasury Accom panics Roosevelt to Hyde i Park Residence Baltimore June S ir ritation of a convalescent was aug jgestcd today by Senator Radcliff an explanation of some of the biting criticism of New Deal i recovery measures j Speaking at the University of I Baltimore commencement Radcliffe spiritedly defended the efforts to ward economic recovery made by President Roosevelt with whom he has a personal acquaintance Park N June 8 1 Launching into a comparison of thc gloomy days of 1933 and the president arrived home present he said early today for a weekend visit I hope in contrf before going to thn military scadj as tllcy contrasting conditions in 1933 with what they emy Point Wednesday uare today r can avoid the Irrita address the graduating lion of a convalescent While an TK4 President was accompanied U seriously 111 he oftn suf Crom WashinRton by Hrnry Mfrjfcr5 bravely and cheerfully and is secretary of the treasury ready to stake his all However and Dutchess county neighbor The 1 when he Is well on the rond to re train ride offered opportunity tojcovery frequently he complains of discuss the monetary situation but everything big or there was no outward sitrn that tills j The senator said without ques was done Morpenthau drove there has been material pro from ihe train to his fnrrru toward recovery and attrlbtit the national administration We have had a measure of ex perimentation during the last two he said Some of the re sults we accept as satisfactory some we disapprove In urging that every possible les son be learned from the depression and Its experiments he comment ed Certainly we are not Bourbons la that we hold we can learn noth ing He was quick to assail what he called loose statements to the ef fect that someone Js trying to make an assault on the constitution be cause changes had been suggested in the light of the recent NRA de cision He said the constitutions founders did not believe their judgment was conclusive for all times and took special pains to provide machinery for amend The man who believes that ni Improvement Is as Rad cliffe is us great a men ace as the hairbrainod enthusiast REVOLUTIONARY LEADER Charjre He Employed Persons Hostile to State Socialism As Secretaries MOSCOW June 8 decision of the communist party to purge its ranks of rotten elements who are protecting the class enemy was announced by the newspaper Pravda today following the expulsion ol Abel Safronovltch Yenikidze one of the best known of the oSdtlme revolutionaries Pravda organ of the party warn ed that position will not be a de terrent to relentless disciplinary ac tion where party principles have been forgotten It disclosed a charge c corrup tion had been brought agiLnsl kldze because he allegedly jiired per sons hostile to state socialism to fill Jobs In the secretariat of the central executive committee gov erning organization of U S S R SILENCE SEALS WEYER HAUSER SNATCH HUNT Continued from ot the Portland police who has criticized the Justice departments Despite a drlralinsr rain a crowd ed It in a large measure to a new I and doubtless much so as thesilence policy said today that Pat ot folks met the special train at spirit of hope and confidence of I unscrupulous dcmogogue Highland New York whrre MAKES APPOINTMENTS ON FISHING OUTING COMMISSION JHOOVER WADES STREAM James Roosevelt waited with break fast table ready President came here with ai secretarial staff but witn no apJ VPH pxrtntments A bag full of papers le arid letters gave him plenty of study lor thc few days at home and was hopeful of completing this before Wednesday Frederick June 8 The Point of Rocks nnd Bruns wick and Supervisor Former President Out In Front AH An Angler Catches 19 Trout Newport N June 8 WHS SFFF HAD SAVFD ntliLO JLLr llnu Onf State Rosds Commission satisfied with his luck at President bcri Hoover today donned hip boots KIDNAPERS OF lILLrONAIRE CUBAN SOUGHT1 Antonio San Miguel Rail Magnate and Four Setv A vantSi Are Set Free Early Yesterday RANSOM IS UNPAID It seems to have been a case of love at first sight between the ctle to Athe kidnaP TrrMiTTc Truck Bound And With Mouths Ten Suspects Arrested Havana June 8 tonio San Miguel 78yearold multimillionaire was set free today the ransom for him assertedly i unpaid and tonight police and soldiers redoubled efforts to trap his tight kidnapers i Seized Wednesday night as he with four servants toward his villa the former senator and magnate was found in a milk truck three blocks from his jhomc with two servants They I were bound their eyes and mouths i taped Two Servants tlsed as Messengers i San Miguels valet Simon Arleta and his bodyguard Jose Modesto Iglesias had been previously turn ed loose to take word of the ransom that came to naught aspolice vigilance blocked efforts of friends and business asso ciates to pay for San Miguels re lease With 10 suspects already held in custody police arrested twomore men they said hau papers in their possession definitely linking them A report that San Miguel was set brated Dionne quirituplets and their new headnurse Mile Ceclle La A moureux The latte ts pictured with little Marie Dionne shortly after fyee ort his personal promise to pay WOULD RATHER SEE IN OTHER JOB Albany N June 8 erick A Moran executive director of he state division of parole stepped into the controversy over the pro fessional baseball status of Edwin C Alabama Pitts today saying tie would rather see the former Sing Sing prison athlete accept a job In the midwest Coupling his statement with a warning against a swelled Moran emphasized that the divi sion did not oppose baseball as a career for Pitts The division of he said Is not out to throw cold water on what baseball may have in store for Pitts However he has a position awaiting his acceptance in the mid west one that points to a good fu ture in business We are Interested In his progress whether it be In baseball or in any other Moran added that to the board Pitts is just another parolee and will have to govern his conduct ac cording to parole regulations MONSIGNOR CHEERIER DIES IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg June 8 W Rt Rev Monsignor Alphonsus Avila Cher issuminjr her important post itlie sum demanded later was dc Inled reliable quarters saying the Callander June 8 the post Rt the famous Dafoe Hos ransom was notand would not be Ceclle new nurses to the Dionne quintuplets is French and speaks her acquired English with a precise flnd delightful accent yet her father was Americanbom He was Escanaba C E Lamoureux who went pital which it lias been requires a nurse speaking both I The victim haggard and un Frcnch and English Educated in shaved said he had been roughly the Montreal Convent of the Sis ters of Jesus and Mary Mile La moureux is expected to find her self entirely at home among the FrenchCanadian folk of this cinltv Lotif Admired Babies She has followed the quintu handled and needed a rest Home Is Heavily Guarded A heavy guard was set over his home so strict that Cayetano Fraga chief of secret police was unable IL enter leading the search for the kid naping gang officially described Canada as a young man of 28 and became a naturalized citizen there Mile Lamoureux who replaces Madame Louise De Kirline on leave of absence has had of varied nursing experienc in various Montreal hospitals Soon Learned English Ishe speaks of her new charges j Franco also set free this morn When she first took up nursing land the carefullymodulated Engjing she spoke only her native French lish slides into a delightful French Apparently the kidnapers wearied pitIs progress carefully in the previously us radicals seeking 1 12 years papers since their birth but never funds for revolution was Sun Mi ne mostly expected to be called to care forlguels chauffeur Constantino Prie itals them Her brown eyes glow as to who with his gardener Jase but on serving with private cases accent as she decribes her emotions hospital she began asking the English names of this article or that and with the help of Mtss Mabel Hersey superintendent learned English while on the job Thus she qualified herself to fill mcnt Oooo she says wass a trill of futile efforts to collect the ran in the English section of a Monon learning of the new appointsom money which police confiscated lrnal hocran nn a tO ttSVmnnL to prevent payment Tonight several of San And so it took no time at allbusiness associates including his for her to fall into the love for the Pionne babies that is of everybody who has seen them FIGHT BREWING IN SEfr ATE OVER NRA SKELETON 1 the legislation to latfinance com mittee lor an amendment repealing the suspension of the antitrust laws He was highly hopeful of gathering enough votes to succeed Harrison Confident Chairman Harrison of the Fin ance committee who is in charge of the resolution for the administra tion was confident thst he could ward of the attack and gain Senate i approval of the House amendment without serious delay Fully realiz ing that the old law will expire at the end of next week Harrison rier 86 vicargeneral for the archpianned to resist the attempt to dinroa of Winnie today svend the mcasure back to committee Administration leaders contended there was little prospect that the authority for voluntary agreements would be used and insisted that ev en if it were there would be no re of Winnipeg died after a lengthy Illness For 43 years he had been parish priest of the church of the Im maculate Conception here Mon signor Cherrier was also vicechnn f cellpc of the University of Manilaxation of the antitrust laws toba U S COURT OF APPEALS REVERSES TAX DECISION Rules Newspaper Circulation Coats Deductible from In come Tax St Louis June 8 States Circuit Court of Appeals in an opinion handed down today held that money spent by newspaper in maintaining its circulation was deductible from Income tax Reversing a finding by the U S Board ot Tax Appeals and the com missioner of internal revenue against the Sioux City Journal the court declared that money spent to obtain new subscribers was not de ductible but ordinary and neces sary expenses incurred in main taining a newspapers circulation were allowable lawyer Pedro Herrera Sotolowgo were still in custody Prank Stein hart American who conducted the ransom yesterday and personally interviewed at least one of the kidnapers was questioned at Camp CoTUmbia last night and released NICE EXPECTED TO ATTACK NEW DEAL Governor Prepares For Ad dress to Be Given At Biloxi Conference Next Week JAPANESE PRINCE j TREATED FOJR DOG BITE Annapolis June 8 Gov Harry W Nice today plunged Into preparation of the speech he will deliver before the conference of governors at BUoxi next week with indications that the address will be a renewed attack on the new deal It was expected the Marylander would demand immediate return of the nations government to the firms it followed prior to March 1933 and would develop his recent But NRA opponents felt thnt ifi K Kelly who was detained for questioning in Portland yesterday had been released HIS CAUSES i there was no desire to use the ftnli TokvoJune Sumi j trust loophole there should be no incntalism of Roosevelllan poli Federal Agents Enter Search for Kaxil Boy New Haven June 8 ment of Justice agents prepared to enter the case today as police abruptly discarded their theory that I LI USt A11UUIUL VC JJU WIFE TO SHOOT SELF objection to its elimination Among j those who Joined Clark in this con New York June were SenatorsBorah R practical joke caused Margaretllda nnd King Roscndale 2 years old wife of a patrolman to go to a hospital with crit ics of the recovery law were expect ed to fall in line a bullet wound in her side and in aj Borah VTHK still studying the House measure today and had not determ critical condition The husband John Rosendale 28 told the police that he and his wife rtveyearold John Kaul was drown had an argument at their home ed in the East river and concen and she put on her hat and coat trated on abduction clues j A well dressed woman who was seen leading a boy answering Johns description away from the neigh j nounced appointment of at the Point of MANY FROM SUlClDElnnd Brunswick toll bridges Park Inquest of night sotight by detectives were effective Mon Lawrence Rlchey secretary said j They also tried to trace the own and left the house telling him that she would never return Rosendale then according to his story got a bottle of ketchup and ined what course he would pursue He told newspapermen however that he would dislike to see a res olution passed which would permit voluntary agreements In defiance of the antitrust King was determined to try to eliminate the antitrust provision youngest brother of Emperor Htro C1 In a commencement address at does heVd to wcckthe governor characterized th ir I new deal as a collection of experi lne If It had rabies ami offerinz determine The prince a cadetrit the military academy was bitten in the leg while he was participating in a scouting drill at Funabashi a suburb ilvxjvti UULlllUU I11U J and visited the streams of Corbin borhood where he lived Thursday poured it over his head and face He contended that if there was to Part in mtocr nt i nlirht soueht bv detectives i and on tne pillows of a sofa With be a relaxation of the antimonop T 7 A new countv KUnor tne chief executive was of RrufT voice who telephoned Famous Budapest Hypnotic y A new C01inty Mlpcr joying the threeday fishing trip the missing mother last night Doctor Dies From Foison lvlsor namoti wnich will come to an end today I and mid Doctor Dies From Poison On Park Bench visor was Jilso named Tne fiow wcighmastors and thc predecessors are ax follows Budapest Point of Rocks David i hypnotist doctor11 whose Hlckman Harry Hardy Leslie W j service revolver he fired one shot Into the couch and another monop oly law sufficient to permit Indus tries to make agreements on hours wfiiLii wiu luuie HIJ enu many I thnt he had plenty of sleep plenty Dont worry Your chlJd 5s S or good food and good safe God blew KQS1 Rlchey disclosed that yesterdays A aeent in through the floor After that he laid and wages it should be done under tdown on the couch and awaited dcjthe supervision of the federal trade CURLEYS DAUGHTER WEDS BOSTON MAN Boston June 8 Miss Mary Curley daughter of Governor James M Curley of Massachusetts today became the bride of Lieutenant Col onel Edward C Donnelly Boston advertising executive The ceremony was performed by William Cardinal OConnell Catho lic archbishop of Boston mentallsts and offering alluring but file His expressed view that much of the tax burden claimed as re sult of current governmental poli cies can be traced to an attempt to perpetuate a political regime is ex pected to be incorporated in the ad dress federal agent interviewed the at Lnkota Uike in Barnard I father during the day but placed Mr Hoover out in front i Whltley in charge the lonely park in Budapest rich and had a Treat many Wiles One vacancy had existed inches long pBtlente who attributed to him ftl Brunswick Ahalt Hasputtniart healing farce In hlxJ Only Aleire Eugene MAN SHOOTS PAIR afid friends that he very RfRinalrt fehpr K1 his energy having brcn exhausted OldOtis K White A K Money bf he strenuous work of hypnotlsi Kench Orrlson and M Beck There ing a down patients rvcry day two vacancies Pethes had a morbid fpar f losl Countv roads Supervisor Robert Ing his hypnotic and his suiE L Kolb wiio was replaced by clde Is attributed tc this Frank W RothenhoeJer said his He began his career as first knowledge of the change was III 1019 he saw a woman faintingreceived when rrad the com the street missions announcement No you are quito all said to her and in a second she re1 covered according ro accounts IVthes went to the University of Vienna and became a doctor He practised in Budapest until the rnln Uter of health banned him as ajtrlstate lead and zinc mine area quaclt quiet today followinir dyntmlt Dr Pcthcs saw the minister talki ing of power lines before dawn during 10 and ob1 Kansas national guardsmen PATROL KANSAS MINE AREA Columbus June 8 ttinod the withdrawal of the prohion duty Troopa cilled itrilcing mln was to be able to ers forced shutdown the tifpnatixe over the phone Many mine at Springs were provincial patients consulted him in loitB distance calls Ho persuaded notable to give up permanently In a long rtls patrolllnir the area after arrivlnt at abou blast disrupted elfctrlc and power service In the minr fields nnd temporarily nt tll o three mlnufs it iajBaxter 8prns und River tton Anaconda June 8 E1ias Stephanson 42 gave each of three children a suck of candy night shot and critically Bounded two of them and then kill ed himself with the last bullet in his revolver StcphRnson from his family had Just returned from Cali fornia snd the three children were home slone when he called to his divorced wife Seen At Play The boy was last seen In play i ground between fashionable Sutton jPlncc and the East river and his the belief that seized by kld jnapers who erroneously supposed iiilm to be ft member ol one of the wealthy families in the hood If we only knew whether Jackie was dead or explained the father John Kaul a HAlesman It Is terrible to remain In this sus His wife constantly bcnidc a tele phone expressed conviction that hor son still lived police Aban doned their grappling in the East river OFFICERS PROBE WEATHER CONDITIONS CABIN EXPLOSION i The outlook Js for showers on Sun Sequim June R cers probed the ruins of a lof cabin today aeeklnf cluen to a mysterious explosion which killed two youths and resulted in serious to two other persolns dead were Howard 17 and Jack 17 Just before the blast they hud been ihootlnc at and police considered potability thst a bullet hod fired into a can of blasting powder day In the South Atlantic states for occasional rain on Sunday In the Middle Atlantic States and portions of the North Atlantic States and for showers Monday afternoon or night In the Ohio valley western Ten nessee and the wealem lower lake region Temperatures will rlsfi on Saturday In the Ohio tat1 on Mon day ui Tennessee the Ohio vallsy the lower UkP region and In the middle Atlantic and north Atlan tic Mates Mrs Rosendale was still in Mway waiting for the when she heard the shots Tcrrij fled she rnentered the apartment j andsaw her husband prone on the floor his face covered with what she of Massachusetts since her father commission This was also Clarks i a widower assumed thc governor CONGRESS AIMS TO SPEED BILLS Contlnuril from Miss has been first probably on Mon 1 VlAr f H ship last January be blood tooJcj R fore tionx his wife had grabbed the gun from Ms hand and fired one shot into her side Youth to Sing Opera C 7 JJll J Cj J Lorn posed in Hilts of otate Secret Service Checking Up On Guards Of Cold Denver June Sam is taking no chances on any persons of dubious character getting Inside the mint here with four billion dollar store of fol3 the largest con centration of the precious metal in the world Kftch of HO mint employes is einK subjected to thorough In vestigation by the secret service Finger prints home environment school records pre vious employment are all being pla ced on file to be studied exhaustively by Rowland K Goddard head of the Denver office of the secret service was assigned to the task of check fng mint employes records by Wash ington officials of the treasury de partment Mint officials said there had been and that inves tigation wis purely for Informative purposes They revealed however thnt any employe About whom they had lha leaat doubts would dis missed First Time In History of Music In America That a Mountain Opera The Call of The Has Been Presented In Natural Setting People From Three States To Attend day Social Bill Fending Also striving lor recognition be fore the Senate starts work on the Houseapproved social security pro gram will be the Gufley bill to stabilize the conl Industry under a smallsized NRA Senator Guffey author of the bin wants it considered next week because of the call sent out for R soft coal strike on June 37 but leaders see little chance of both houses acting before than dead line A5I these efforts and others will be pushed forward before what lead ers expect will be recordbreak ing galleries Tens of thousands of ghriners will invade the capital Ashland June 8 love for a girl Her role will be duririg the week for their fflst cAn folk song lovers of three states sung by Mrs Josephine Harkins j vcntlon Absent Howtvei headed by Governor Ruby Latfoon I Browning of Ashland turn toward the rustic cabin ol j The opera starts Rt p in the Traipsln1 Woman on the Mayo trail In the hills south Ashland tomorrow to hear a moun tain boy sing the opera he com posed On thc outdoor stage at the little log ctbin of Miss Jean Thomas founder and director of the Amer ican folk song festival visitors from Kentucky Ohio and West Virginia gather to listen to the young tenor Harrison Eliot of Beaver Creek It will be the Ilrst time in the history of music Sn America that a mountain opera The Call of the written by thc youthful Eliot has been presented In fl natural setting The theme of his opera that of nnrt a roof of handrived oak a young mountaineer who hears on the lands of the call to follow doctorin and mountain folks who gather early will have ulngln gatherln and enjoy folk dances by those garbed In dress typical of early American days There will be much of that good old mountain music the day The festival opens with The a story of a wedding in an Elizabethan setting In which many prominent Kentuclclans par ticipate Those Kentuclclans iind border West Virginians wholike to paint thf beauties of their mountains dlso will have R part In the festival Their pictures will be displayed A shelter of crude logposts President Roosevelt at least until midweek Glass Banking Action Still another effort to beat arrival of a June 18 deadline will be a movt by the Glass banking to pass a bill extending for years from thaf date the time in which officers of national must liquidate personal loans from their own institutions under 1933 bank act This extension provided in pending administration bank bill but there la no chance of that ure passing by June 18 If the sep arate proposal ts not enacted benk officers with outstanding loans from the Institutions they will subject toa fine of and Im prisonment for year and banks would face a fine of plus the amount of the unpaid   

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