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   Syracuse Herald Syracuse Journal (Newspaper) - July 27, 1939, Syracuse, New York                               New Features and Comics i The Herald Today Walter Winchell Edwin C. Hill Bugs Baer Damon Run yon Paul Mallon Elsie Robinson Louella Parsons B. C. Forbes Hlpley's Believe It or Not Sktppy Donald Duck Thimble Theater Blond ie Bringing Up Father Barney Google Two Full Pages of World's Best Comics SYRA Illl VOL. NO. X. THURSDAY JULY 1939 HO1IB DELIVERED TWKNT7 CHKTS A WEEK SINGLE FIVE CENTS CITY EDITION The Weather Thundershowers Thursday night and slightly cooler Friday. Jain Fails To Lift Fire Cregg Named U. S. Inquires Chamberlain To Preside in Into Jersey Is Guarded in Boy Lost in Minnes zta Woods Rescued Way Cleared t ri _____ I For Embargo UUJUii ight Fall Brings Slight Relief to Drought Sufferers iix Dead From Heat luckland Fire at Wide Waters Creeps Toward Timber ranging from P to heavy roxight conditions in some sections j upstate Sew York Thursday anctj -ought a slight relief from swelter- i that caused heat b r id-ecu the rains Hi lie to salvage sun-blistered or the irom forest i t res which had called thousands JL F JusticeDepartmentHuntsj3 Suspects Are Held Violations of Civil Liberties Irish Terroists Kill Man at Station i Scores Interviewed I His Bride Injured i _________ Hague Machine Crowds at Depot Raise j Several Outfits Under j Cry of Down With Intensive Study Police Bill Passed July 27 July 27 Scotland Department of Jusilce is again Yard put Prime ilinister tigating -whether political corruption Iain and other Cabinet members un- and violations of civil liberties have' der special guard held three 1 men for examination and Questioned i figured In the operations of the Hague machine in New the United Press was informed today on high authority. The Investigation also the activities of the political ma- chines of Bernard X. McFeely. Demo- cratic boso of Eoboics. N. J.. ana Enoch vesierdav's seres Commons tdopied drastic measures to the outlawed Irish Reoub- V ww villaws valuable timber ncs. FKANK -J. July 27 Gov. i Heaviest precipitation was reported 1 Charles Foletti today designated Su- r e Ithaca and Oneonta preme Court Justice Franli J. Cregg Atlantic J. Agents of the Federal Bureau Investigation hare been pursuing the investigation for several wefts. They have interviewed scores of persons in th Jersey Atlantic Ciiy and two inches of rain fell in Syracuse to preside over a special Attorney General were force at all railroad stations. .W curred in the last 24 hourn. The Houses Parliament and the British Museum the objects of closest scrutiny. T-r-r 01 ar aera Sends Tokyo Note Denouncing Trade Pact Signed in 1911 Expires in 6 Months Action 3Iarks Separation jFrom To Combat 1 Order7 in Asia V ngon. uy Tinted 1 rr clearrd H'f-t lor r-r 1 1'' uer or Eussell Jensen Glad to See Parents Afternoon newspapers said nd Yard Icoiiing for man j _. M M p TT7 n TT i 1 DTT s to overflow flooding streets tion in Niagara County. id washing out farm land. In central New York less thin hair inch in northern New and in western Sew Tori a trace. Binghanton reported ightly more than a half-inch. receni has said he r.o lion just before an explosion there one and perhaps two corcpaxi- j purpose or trial and judg- relating to any and all unlaw- ful acts or alleged unla'ffJal acts Jor indictments have been or may Additional thunder showers were not be irecast 'or Thursday night Ions ji ri T P c L.Co were in line with an I. R. A. charge or O. John Rogge. new head of the criruinal u--'1'- slcn. Sogge at the moment is in Hoare described to the House New Orleans directing Lhe Federal Commons ilonday as calling 'or investigation of comiption In of blasting Louisiana. 3pe of a rain. Farm were ussnimoua s T.O s maieriallv. in Cregg presided over a special terra s corruption in the county cleric's office. He has been on delivered to President Roosevelt t-c Sunrerne'Court bench since 1921. j unprecedented election victcrv. i Parliament building and pollution Frank mayor of Jersey of water supplies. vies chairman of tee Democratic Police guards a close watch f OH of the national organization that i pcsicSces and an p Q k asltec to veral new ones In the St. Lawrence were smouldering to inspection. j Fire men were seized for question- ing- in London and one in Liverpool. bus authorities saici none was being detained on specific j The most serious bombing area. close to ported. In the Wide Waters e eastern limits of laud fire had burned over more i an 15 acres and had approached within a few a strip o.f ubsr land lour miles long. Lnck supplies gave firemen. CCC uths and volunteers a difficult task battling the blaze. Rainfall rs than or.e-hal' inch was not ient to check the it was In the sand plains section west or hundreds of men were still 'htir.2 alter a battle to event further spread of e fire lich had burned over more than acres and menaced scores rm houses and other buildings. At Verona at the east end Oftn A.VU 5 state police and Sylvan Beach had checked a fire which approached within 100 yards or e cottage colony of 100 or more sildings. but the danger was still ave. Fire Chief Edward Miller oi Ivan Beach snld. Onl a drenching Amendments Flood Senate investigation will determine v.'hether the Government believes there is evi- j day was at busy Sing5 i dence that should bs presentd to a where Donald Campbell. Edinburgh j erand I About a year ago the Justice De- I I'rom a Paris partment under Attorney General j bride of a lost life. Homer Curcmings made one i Mrs. Campbell was Injured ssrlotiaiy. i j.ne i-eaerai Bureau oi In- vestigation reported it had found no evidence meriting the attention of i Federal Grand Jury. Iu ail. 15 were injured There and nve at Victoria Station in a later Both explosions occurred parcels 11 _. _ The Supremo Court recently upheld checked. j Effort MSu6 a civil injunction against Hague ana I At crowds raised an angry or vaoazeie ai -C ittees com HOUSES of ccnsic'ering bills and r of materials 10 Japan. A resolution sponsored by Senator Anhur H. susssrted bv Chairrrsn A -V-o v -L J L. __L was oeing con- Ci 'X nectea our was v V many because of i mat tne rorecasts. a n i order in of a dtrlerent type tharj j fit IV H _ to Weaken Roosevelt's BiU It shout or House Balks Changes New Deal Supporters in Lower Chamber Will Caucus FridajT TTastlngton. July 27 rage o' amendments was fired at President Roosevelt's lending bill in the Senate today as would remove the oerll or i Democratic House leaders prepare lor obtained by the American Civil shoot They swarniea about aj erties Union and the Congress or man Trho declared the Irish misht be Industrial Organizations. Thev right in their demands charged that the city illegally inter- Ireland with abolition o' British au te fered with free speech and labor j thority. Police had to hustle him i CCC Boys Comb Woods for Lost Child ESCAPES ALIVE. Little Russell Jensen. after -wandering in lonely woods near Laporte. for two one-half escapes wita notlilug more than a dirty face and is happily hugged by his parents after CCC boys from -vo nearby camps had aided in his rescue. i. C. i.C -__ t. p O rights. It was believed that most. If not ol the incidents now being investigated by the Department of Justice occurred before the injunc- .tion was granted. investigation Is being made away. Iso one was Injured In three Liver- i one wrecked a swing bridge over a canalT j halting barge traffic to Leeds. Another i blew out the or a district post- under Sections 51 rnd of the i office and a third blasted a mailbox. Federal criminal code relating to The new anti-I. R. A. bill gives conspiracies to deprive Individuals police broad search powers and pro- l of constitutional rights. Those statutes were enacted In prim- vities lor deportation j In asking for its passage. Sir Samuel j arch Planes 6S Lost in Woods 3 4 Hurt As Fire Sweeps Suburban Ohio Tokyo Maps arily to protect the right of the asserted 'Other he said. A new fire at Wilmington Notch in e Adirondaoks near Lake Placid is halted after destroying 150 acres white pine. The second fire in two days was covered In the Pise Plains Mill- ry Reservation In Jefferson County. Lhough military authorities had the reservation to civilians cause oi the dry spell. The blaze xned over several acres of ground d destroyed a grove of pine trees. I available CMTC students opped military equipment and inned fire-fighting apparatus to bdue the which was believed bate been started by a berry More than 450 CCC con- Tation workers and volunteers were htlng two or the more serious fires ar in Ulster County. At Ithaca 'two Inches fell in four urs. It was accompanied by severe under and lightning. A bolt struck a considerable extent. En Northern New G. H. P. r-r. t a caucus tomorrow nteat to crusn opposition. Representative John McCor- mack. Democrat. Is- sued the call for the caucus after 51 New representatives demanded that the party members organize to steamroller the attempts to kill the bill. The House bloc demanding -the angered repeated. Admin- istration defeats which some of them B ascribe -to Insufficient preparedness. demanded enactment of' legislation raising the Housing Authority's bond- ing authority from 1800.000.000 to and amendments to the 1940 Relief Act to end the bitter pro- tests against its provisions of organ- ized .'labor. Other- such as the versial amendments to wage-hour also may find a. place on the caucus agenda. to vote. The investigation. It was under- is going Into of the allegations made by the Hague op- ponents who obtained the injunction nc- in effect FBI agents also are checking charges that certain citi- zens of New Jersey have been Illegally deprived of the right to vote In national anc in local elec- and that f olltical pressure was exerted to force persons .to stop buy- ing from a mllfc concern In -disfavor with the Hague machine. entlv was I. H. A. terrorism appar- j Missing Child 5 inspired by foreign organ'- international crisis. listed vulnerable points for sabotage. Scotland Yard men and military intelligence services are planning a lightning drive against the A. as soon as the bill becomes probably within a few days. Passage Found After 3 Days in Forest LaPorte. July 27 Russell calmly told today of his experiences while lost for Canton. July 27 roar- i letallation to Action of S. be-ams public here Ia5u some Admin propneised _ 9 T fl T ff irt O' w Am.'ricen British foreign policy tie Far Sast would leass for the Immediare future. Of- ncials said the United States had no _ IT. f through the interior of a resi- a Avon- i Pact Denunciation bhocki dence in fashionable 3 dale today left 'three perscrs dead and a fourth Injured. Two others j T f were rescued. Tne victims were Paul F. i T U apanese Officials and People as e result her illegal military 1 cosratioriB there. Ai the sarne sime j growing iinpatiencs h h KA i_- _ j- AA W in which Americans in China i nave been roughly handled by Jap- anese soidiers and police. j The text of tee note Secre- j tary Hull seziu to the Japanese I by the House oLords ana royal as- three days in dense Admiral of French Fleet in Malta to Confer With British July 27 commander in chief of the' Trench Mediterranean ar- rived in the battleship Provence to- .escorted by. four for a three-day visit. 'Adinlral Ollive -will confer with Vice Admiral Sir Andrew Cunning- commander in chief of the British and 'Gen. Senate Majority Leader Albcn W. Sir Charles governor t i ronnalitles t0 e of Lyons said Blacfc was 'at jso' low a level that all .Us under Its water power ght-be forced to shiit down. Reports from all sections of rk. Con- MdHMUUMtts and Vermont Column RMFIKG MARKET rrten rrttay tnd Saturday M. Itihbjlibulden. iftc la and co mm an tier m cnici 01 on on Column 'defense problems. Late News Bulletins 71 of Decmttoni JF prominent including July 7 high BOfict wmy aWpptd of ttelf toy a decree today. They include formsr 'r. f I H M Authorities have said some 5.000 suspected I. R. A. members or sympa- thizers are under watch. them demanded the Dally saying. are ris- ing against the T. R. A. Their outrages are no longer to be dis- missed with a tolerant shrug of the 10 24 Rescued After Ship Collision London. July 27 persons were missing and 24 were rescued to- day from the French tanker Sunlit which caugnt fire after a collision .irlth the Swedish steamer Orangttr berg In dense fog in the Englisn Channel- 50 mites wuth of Plymouth. The Grangcsberg btdly ftfM in tbt her radio WM put out of action. She wu trying to make Falmouth under her own Ll07ds rtported the British steanwr Partford rescued M of tbt hadn't even been hungry. Two 'National mem- bers of a which with 500 Paul Bunyan forest. He said he had Mrs. Morgan's brother. Lawrence j day as Japan's reply to the examining the treaties of commerce had an exciting time watching the s was injured as he jumped tion of the Com- i and navigation in force between the planes that searched for him j J United States and foreign countries' 3-year-old son. j... j Taklng the Tlew the a view to determining what clasped in his arms. Mrs. Cherry. tion bT tllo united States was of changes may need to be made toward f cot economic officials i better serving the purposes for which were said to be studying the possl- such treaties are concluded. In the of retaliatory action affecting course of this Govern- American interests in China. ment of the United States has come The United States action cares as a to toe conclusion th'at .tne Treaty of surprise and a shocS to oSicials and i Commerce and Navigation between the public .alike. Stock Exchange re- the United States and. Japan was but the Tokyo was signed at Washington oa.Peb. new bond issue considered j contains which need the Morgans was res- cued. The charred bodies of the three two planes and blood- j were jound in their bedroom. had been aiding in the found him last night' only a mile and a half from the cottage from which he disappeared Monday. He was plodding his face smeared with on an aban- doned trail between ASceley and Bene- dict. near Lake Kabekonx Surprisingly he- headed in the direction of his home. Guardsmen James and Bud -Potter found Set On Pacific Temperature at 113 July 27 five-day Pacific northwest heat shoot- ing temperatures to 10 and 12-year continues with no Immediate relief forecast. dropped two points. new consideration.- prepar- It was understood that officials were ing the way for. such cocsiderktlon more concerned over the- American and with a view to better Government's firmness regarding the Page Column I _ M entire situation in the Far East than j over the mere abrogation of the com- T tact.. are you asked. don't I'm 'Tie plenty to r-' L' AlJh JUtlBl itc Dtrnes. n toot him to.the ccrttige. Where r Bis' tM Jl bt- thick fat Ib. ....lc or whole. Ib. 22c Ib. ib cooftvtf Ib. der iwitUni in we ftir wt chief of the poHltMtl aAlrifetmtton in te ural mUitwy J- m- TM U M tpj i. _ t m L _ tht 4475 ttoi. YOCTH WM tUctixwuted .white on a Jak .vis' In Oregon and north- west Idaho. Canyon City. re- ported 118. Rock Island and had 113 each. Only the prejon strip es- caped' the New Zealand Has Firet Snowf aU in 140f Year Period Jutr Str 41 t 1 ered but. a fraction of. Japan's trade with the United Financiers said .that .the intrinsic effect of'the abrogation would be Japanese people as a whole un- on Page Column Rossi Takes Off For Distance Record L Istres. July 37 Maj. Maurice Rossi took off' today aft attemnt to Mt a new record for UJt-AIM INTHESKY all act loted a' f i _ never Business .of 27. TM nrUorted i- .'v fp9C4 now -Zealand. today 7few .fall- was light la.. wtrt T _ T ud He an Amlot equipped with Hispacb A radio operator him. His ten- wcort. in AT And V-'   

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