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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Biddeford, Maine Fage daily journal saturday evening. July 18, 1936. Biddeford Unity of Metal founded in 1884 by c. Prescott. Issued daily sunday excepted at 3.30 o clock p. M. Terms by mail to All Points outside York county or by Carrier in Biddeford or Saco $6.00 per year r. F. D. In York county $4.80 per year. Strictly in Advance. Entered As second class mail matter at the Biddeford Post office. Member of the associated pres the associated press is exclusively entitled to the tis for republication of All news dispatches credited to it or not other Wise credited in this paper and also the local news published therein. All rights of publication of special dispatches herein a re also reserved. Journal publishing corp Biddeford Maine. 7ames a. Cook. Fount George w. Bridgman managing director Tel news room�?1800. Business office-�?1801 saturday july 18, 1936. To i thought for evening. The Law will never make men free it is men who have got to make the Law free. They Are the lovers of Law and order who observe the Law when the government Breaks David Thoreau. Who seek their society spontaneously they Plage High value on Independence of Home life social activities Good health and economic Security As factors contributing to Content in their declining years. That old folks also like to live out the rest of their years in familiar surroundings is recognized by the government. The Federal Forest service for some time has Given special use permits to former owners and tenants on land acquired for National forests in order that they May not be compelled to seek new Homes at an advanced age. It is the belief of or. J. B. Nash professor of education at new York University that Mankind need never grow old emotionally. He says nobody grows old by merely living a number of years. People grow old by deserting their. Ideals. Youth is a state of mind measured not by years Blit. By the Quality of imagination. We never had such Summers As the present one under the Coolidge and Hoover administrations. The american a a who a who is interesting but lots of us would prefer an authoritative work on a a what a the report that Joe Louis was a a needled just before his fight with Schmeling comes too late to be accepted at its face value. A baby was born recently in Alberta Canada with its heart on the outside of its body. The Case is said to be unique in spite of the fact that so Many people carry their heart on their sleeve. From England comes a report of Nineteen pigs in one litter the Mother having in six litters added one Hundred to the porcine population. In the United states such an animal would have been a sore trial to the late a lamented aaa. Optometry involved. It is now claimed that if Landon wins next november it will be a Triumph for optometry. He is the first eight sided spectacle candidate for the presidency in the history of the United states. On this Point the editor of the new yorker says the minute we picked up the paper and saw London a picture we knew we had seen him somewhere before but it took us All morning to remember where. It was in the optometrists ads. For years the spectacles people have been building up a fabulous native character of whom we have All been dimly aware a clean Cut clean shaven american who can write a mean insurance policy make an approach shot with exactly the right amount of backspin an american who pays his Bills on the tenth of the month and smiles at the conductor when he takes his ticket an american who works at a Fiat top desk Bare of everything except the paper immediately under consideration a Man who is respectful to Ais stenographer and kindly toward inferiors. He is the octagonal Glass Type. He is not the Bono rim Type who is Apt to be unreliable and he is not the Type who is too Tony for times of great National peril. He is the octagonal Type and Landon is him or if you must have a Republican pronoun Landon is even More than merely an optometrists creation. He has a touch of the Farmer in his face and this should attract votes in All the states acquired by the Louisiana Purchase which was unconstitutional but Nice. The patriotic citizen feels that with a candidate with eight sides to his glasses the Economy of abundance is already with us. It youth a state of mind. A Survey of about four Hundred elderly men and women in new York fails to support the widespread idea that old people crave constant association with children. The Survey was made by c. Margaret Morgan class of �?T31, Vassar College under a Fellowship provided from the �?o1880 fund for old age welfare of the College. In presenting a list of seventy six questions to the persons interviewed miss Morgan found that though elderly persons enjoy the Friendship of Young people and take Pride in the accomplishments of their children they do not feel that having their offspring about them is essential to their happiness. Nor do they lose their individuality and become merely a old people a the answers indicated. In addition to association with Young people i that truth Ost of the plan. The new York Sun says that probably no detailed analysis of the economic fallacies of the Townsend plan for old age pensions will do so much to break Down the allegiance of its followers As the natural forces which always wok against such mass delusions and continues time is As powerful a debater As can be found. Interest loyalty enthusiasm even when they Are brought to a focus on so simple a Creed As that of the California doctor waver and weaken and Are dissipated. Yet it is Worth while to continue to bring to Bear upon the mistaken notions of those who think that or. Townsend Lias found a Panacea for All economic and social ills All the Force of facts. One of the most Complete analyses of this plan May be found in a recent Issue of the Texas weekly. The writer of the review accepts Townsend a estimate that no More than 7,500,000 persons would be eligible for the monthly pension of $200. On that basis $18,000,000,000 a year would be required to keep the plan in operation. That sum it is explained is More than the Money value of All the Grain produced in the United states in an average year plus All the fruits nuts Cotton cattle hogs sheep Wool and Dairy products All the automobiles beverages cosmetics and motion pictures. The year 1929 is taken As an average year because in that year the Dollar value of the production was at its highest Point in history. In that year the 8,839,000 persons employed in manufacturing establishments in this country received $11,621,000,000 in wages or More than $6,000,-000,000 less than the amount necessary to meet the Townsend plan Bill. On this Point the Texas weekly comments or. Townsend proposes that $6,379,000,000 More than the total wages of these manufacturing workers. Shall be paid to 7,500,000 persons for producing nothing. In 1929 there were 10,742,000 persons engaged in farming in the United states. Their aggregate Gross income was less than $12,000,000,000, or Short of two thirds of the amount required to keep the Townsend plan going. If comparisons Are made on the basis of 1935 rather than 1929 then the $18,000,000,000 that Townsend asks to pay pensions for the aged is probably More than the combined wages of All manufacturing workers and tile Gross income of All Farmers. If the workers in factories and on farms cannot Supply the Money to keep the Townsend plan in operation what of the corporations if a tax of too per cent had been levied on the net income of All corporations in 1929, a year of general profits if the government had then confiscated the profit of every corporation big and Little the Money thus obtained would not have been enough to keep the plan going for eight full months. If every individual who earned More $3,00.0 a year in 1929 had been compelled to turn Over to the government everything in excess of $2,400 a year the amount thus exacted by confiscatory taxation would have been $2,000,000,008 Short of the amount needed for financing the plan. This moreover we As in 1929, a year of higher incomes and profits than we have had since then. Evenly divided among the 31,000,000 families of tile United states the annual Cost of the Townsend plan would come to a Little More than $48 a month or about $1.60 a Day from each family. If the plan must be based on a transactions tax then the tax must be paid by everybody for nobody can wholly avoid every transaction in which Money is involved. As the Texas weekly says this enormous tax would be paid by the mass of the people and nobody could escape it. Behind the Bland simplicity of the California Prophet lies watch the trucks. Our Highway police Force has been increased and it would appear a reasonable suggestion that some of the patrolmen might concentrate upon the operation of trucks upon our Highway particularly in the evening and night hours. It is obvious enough to observers that Many of the trucks travel at very High Speed the Drivers perhaps being Able to make such to keep the difficult schedule arranged for them by the owners of the trucks. commercial. Maine a character. The Best thing Maine people can do to make it pleasant for summer visitors is to keep natural. We probably do not realize ourselves How unique is our character As a state and How it appeals to strangers. There a a flavor to Maine life that can to be found elsewhere and which is very attractive to visitors. While they appreciate All the natural Beauty of the environment typical Maine people Appeal to them More As a journal. Pasture arrivals. With All the human world in a flurry of arrivals at summer Homes far and near there is not much time left to note the arrivals in the pasture. Yet Many of them Are interesting enough to give you a considerable thrill when you come upon them for the first time this season. Under a Mossy bunk it overshadowed by a big Pine you May find the Small pinkish White blooms of the Partridge Vine filling the air with a fragrance that steals out to meet you like a shy greeting. The tiny Flowers come and go so quickly that you have to be on the Alert to get a glimpse of Sun. Hitch hiking Law. Why not stall in right now As the a hitch hiking season is opening by enforcing this Law ? these a Road lice Are getting to be a distinct menace to motorists especially on the open Road. Most of these Fellows do not realize that Maine has a Law prohibiting this practice for the reason that it is not generally enforced. It might work a distinct hardship in some cases but in others it would prove a direct Benefit. There is no Law which prohibits a fellow picking up a traveler on the Road but there is a Law which prohibits a Hitchhiker soliciting a ride from a Motorist whom he does not know. We saw a Young fellow out in front of the House sunday afternoon standing in the Middle of the Road waving both arms at every approaching Motorist until he finally got a ride. He would have been a Good fellow to Start in news. Maine matters held in assault. Municipal judge Zelma Dwinal held Charles Jones Thomaston to the november grand jury Friday in Rockland on a charge of attempted criminal As-1 and m. 32, Jones who pleaded innocence was jailed in default of $500 bail. Yachtsman drowned. The Boom on a sailing Dinghy knocked Chester f. Hahn 19, Belfast into Penobscot Bay Friday and he was drowned. Robert r. Brown 14, his sailing companion threw Hahn an oar but the youth had gone Down immediately and did not return to the surface. Campaign interest High. Representative Ralph o. Brewster said Friday in Dexter Republican campaigners found a a very great degree of Public interest during their whirlwind tour of the third Maine District. He is a candidate or reelection. A in the 20 years i have been campaigning through the state of Maine a he said a i have never seen so much interest manifested by the people generally in turning out All hours of the Day and evening to Brewster said Farmers left their haying and spraying in Aroostook county to attend meetings. He said he considered the unusual interest a a significant in View of the fact that republicans usually Start their Campaign tour a month later. I new churches in conference j a Sunrise service featured Fri j Days session of the three Day i Northern new England conference i of seventh Day adventists in Rochester n. Fifty two j churches had delegates in attendance. Four new churches in Wayne me., and Lebanon Canaan and Woodsville n. H., were accepted into the conference. Child drowned. Ronald a. Mundy 2, son of or. Mrs. William c. Mundy jr., Sault on a seven year old girl. Of Brewer was drowned Friday when be wandered from the cottage where the family is living at Brewer Lake. The body was recovered about 2 of clock from under the Edge of a Small wharf near the playground on the lakefront in about three feet of water. Highlights of weeks news the weakly news. Weather. All rite. Sporting Page. Sid Hunt and glasses Magee the Well known explorers started to Chase a strange Many a hat up the Street where it was being blew by the wind sat tiday the Only Way they could Stop it being to both step on it. At the same time and when they noticed the result they decided to give up the Chase and keep on going ahead instead of Back. Sissi Ety Page. Or. Lucky Leroy Shooster was wearing his White pants against his will sunday afternoon and a big automobile Al splashed mud All Over them or. Shooster saying he of asked for a better Axis ident and claiming he sue for damages even if he had noticed the License number. Pome by Skinny Martin. A sad recollection. I ate a whole bag of peanuts while thinking of other things a the memory of that waisted twist what bitter thaws it brings Odd information. Every Day thousands of people get Diss pointed in reste rants by finding out that hungarian goo lash is Only beef Stew in another language. This weeks prize recipe. Unknown hash. Go to the Kitchin Between any 2 meals close your eyes open the ice Box door and feel around and eat a Sample of the Ferst 4 things you touch. Sent in by shorty judge. R today a poem j a strip of Blue. I do not own an Inch of land but All i see is mine the Orchard and the mowing Fields the lawns and gardens Fine. The winds my tax collectors Are they bring me tithes divine wild scents and Subtle essences a tribute rare and free and More magnificent than All my window keeps for me a glimpse of Blue immensity a Little strip of sea. Richer am i than he who owns Cleat fleets and Argolies i have a share in every ship won by the Inland Breeze to loiter on Yon airy Road. Above the Apple Trees. I freight them with my untold dreams each bears my own picked Crew and nobler cargoes wait for them than Ever India knew my ships that sail into the East across that outlet Blue. A Lucy la room. Looking backward russian extremists Are preaching revolution As a remedy for social ills. The a a constitutions is to be repaired at the Charlestown Navy Yard. A West Buxton Boom is a possibility. Pepperell advances wages Here 5 per cent. The increase wa.4 entirely voluntary. Wanted May by be the re a Moses is prohibitionists. Undersea warfare sliced. Item of july 17, 1886 a Post office has been established at fortunes rocks with George k. Burnham As postmaster. Fire chief Charles in Bonser has one of the handsomest Ros Bushes in the City. Infantile paralysis is not yet under control in new York City. By Theodore f. Koop associated press staff writer. A Townsend Coughlin Smith Alliance to stump for representative William Lemke Union party presidential candidate grew out of the National convention of Townsend pension advocates at Cleveland this week. The potential strength of the new coalition immediately became the subject of speculation among political observers. Its inception followed a fiery address to the Townsend ites by Rev. Charles e. Coughlin in which he assailed the a Gold Standard republicans and the double crossing speaking in his shirtsleeves. Father Coughlin called president Roosevelt a a great Gomer Smith vice president of the Townsend movement who was recently Defeated for the democratic senatorial nomination in Oklahoma defended the president. He also attacked Rev. Gerald l. K. Smith self styled heir to the late Huey Long a share the wealth movement. Delegates applauded both but i or. F. E. Townsend criticized i Gomer Smith for a raising a con j Trover Sial his ouster As an executive was sought. The convention formally declared its non partisanship. Leaders also revamped the Structure of the Townsend organization giving Power to an advisory Board. Two take a walk. To the Topeka study of gov. Alf pm. Landon Republican presidential nominee went a string of prominent visitors. All but one praised the Republican ticket. The exception was George n. Peek former aaa administrator who reserved decision on supporting Landon. Into the Landon Knox Camp walked col. Henry Breckinridge of new York unsuccessful contestant for the democratic presidential nomination and w. Cabell Bruce former democratic senator from Maryland. In Massachusetts Republican chairman John M. Hamilton talked with former gov. Joseph b. Ely one of the five democrats who urged the party a convention to repudiate Roosevelt. Ely indicated he would stump for Landon. The democrats passed the week largely in behind the scenes organization activity. President Roosevelt was on an Atlantic cruise. Heroic Monarch. Just As the 1935 Silver Jubilee showed the Devotion of the British people to King George so did the unflinching dignity of King Edward Chi in the face of a possible assassination attempt win the acclaim of the Empire. The King turned his head slightly when George Andrew Mcmahon eccentric a social reformer a irishman who changed his name from Jerome Bannigan levelled a pistol at him during a procession thursday. Then Edward Rode ahead outwardly unmoved. A few hours later he played Golf and won. To a a woman in Gray and a special Constable went Praise for knocking the gun from Mcmahon a hand. In jail he said incoherently that he meant no harm to the King but was the belief arose that the incident might curtail the Kings much loved Freedom of movement. No longer Many predicted would he walk alone in the Street or expose himself loosely to crowds. Naval secrets. For the second time this summer a spy cases rare in peacetime developed with the arrest of former lieutenant commander John s. Farnsworth accused of Selling naval secrets to a japanese i naval agent. I officials said however his a j rest had no connection with the conviction earlier this month in los Angeles of a former naval Yeoman Harry s. Thompson on a j similar charge. Farnsworth who was ousted i from the Navy by court martial in 1927, is in jail awaiting a hearing j declaring he was ill. He denied he i was guilty. J he negotiated with japanese officials he said solely to obtain pm j j climaxing political and labor Dis i orders which Cost More than 20 lives in two weeks. The full extent of the Austro Gernian Accord remained an Enigma to european Chancell eries this week but the provisions disclosed showed 1. Austrian Independence was react aimed with each nation agreeing not to influence the others internal affairs. 2. The ban against nazis in Austria was continued. Possible inclusion of pro German representatives in the austrian Cabinet was hinted. 3. Austrian authorities gave i some concessions to self exiled nazis. I Austria still will observe her Alliance with Italy and Hungary a but the new Accord was v Ewud As i bringing Germany and Italy closer i together. I France meanwhile brought pressure on great Britain to Force an j immediate Locarno conference to j create a stronger Anglo French Belgium Alliance. Britain held off in an Effort to induce Italy and Germany to enter a general peace discussion. I the u. S. Olympic team 334 i Strong sailed for Berlin after Rais ing enough Money at the Lith i hour. An earthquake awakened Resi dents of the Pacific Northwest wednesday night with slight damage to a few buildings. The reconstruction finance corporation lowered interest rates As a recovery Aid. The Bastille Day celebrations in France brought clashes Between left and right Wing factions with Many injured. Premier Mussolini praised the italian people for winning an economic War against nations which imposed and finally lifted sanctions. Names in the news. A emr. Polly comedienne Polly Moran called police to protect her from her husband Martin Malone. He levelled a pistol at her she said. He replied he did no to like to be called a emr. Polly the actress will seek a divorce. Grandfather president Roose veltus seventh grandchild a boy was born at fort Worth t ex., to or. And mrs. Elliott Roosevelt. Died senator Louis Murphy d., Iowa in an Auto Accident Rev. S. Parkes Codman noted preacher Orville Knapp orchestra Leader in a plane crash. Excommunicated the Bishop of Chichester England virtually excommunicated James Bunting scenario writer for failure a to Honor thy father and thy executed mrs. Mary Frances Creighton and Everett Appelgate we Ere electrocuted at sing sing prison for the Poison eggnog slaying of Appelgate a wife Ada. Seeks child film Ste Mary As tor seeking the custody of her four year old daughter charged or. Franklyn Thorpe s divorce from her was illegal on the ground he had another wife. He denied the claim. De. Tvs is amp of Clonch drawn by four. Horses in new England was set up to run Between prov Denge it r. A to 3qs7da/, a7a ss., by Dexter Brown ask Early As 1772. An aged person Tea thas seen but 19 Winters in tue world charter. Set by ring ground , mass., when governors Island in Boston Harbor was owned by governor John Winthrop it Quot was known As error s Garden Teton syndicalism. , com i l Hollywood movie stars by Dorothy Sharpe. .oft.oft. By Dorothy Sharpe. Tile old argument about the Competition Between Hollywood and Paris for fashion Center honors is Over at last. This comes As a tremendous Relief to the leading designers in Hollywood and probably to those in Paris. Travis Banton Adrian Howard Greer and Bernard Newman really represent the top designers in the film Capitol. Banton does clothes for Marlene Dietrich. Carole Lombard and Claudette Colbert. Adrian dresses Norma Shearer Joan Crawford Garbo and other equally glamorous stars and Bernard Newman gilded the Lily called Ginger Rogers and tamed the fashion renegade you know As Katherine Hepburn. None of these men Ever claimed that they set the style world on Gertrude came across it the Day he was Rushing in to Hollywood to see the preview of a the return of Sophie with a Good coat of Tan and some very weird White circles about her eyes just where the glasses had been. Ifs a new product so if the sales girl seems vague insist upon it and Shell order some. A Ollie very amusing motion picture Busi there Are angles to this Ness. Recently Gail Patrick had a luncheon engagement at the studio with her new Beau. He had never lunched at the commissary before Ami was enjoying it thoroughly when suddenly a wee Small voice chirped a hello Mother a to Gail and pulled up a chair. After a few moments of embarrassment and explanation Gail Mexico backs Effort is being made to Start dredging of Saco River by the first of september. More attempts made to break into Homes on May and Orchard streets. One killed and six Hurt when Box of t. N. T. Explodes at Camp Devens. O. P. Greene died at Saco Home sunday morning. Ploy ment in that country Savia j Tion enterprises. A Batch of pa-1 pers Given to a japanese he de-1 dared did not contain naval be j crets but was Only evidence of his qualifications. J still no rain. J sporadic showers failed to break i the mid Western drouth. A two weeks of aridity and a precedent j de heat have taken More than 4, 300 lives and have caused crop. �?�__0 stuff damage that experts fear will sur j skyrocketing p pass the loss of 1934. Be National first wheat was burned. Now the r j policemen to a the corp crop is seriously affected. Economy fatso name Rais foodstuffs Rose in Price but the fest merchants unreasonably Tai government reported there would i in prices be no actual shortage. Continued from Page one. Foodstuffs from spoiling. Milk could not be pasteurized. Water was lacking completely in 20 City suburbs and much of the time in 14 other suburbs with consequent non disposal of sewage. Non refrigerated serums and medicines were rapidly spoiling adding to the danger of an epidemic. The potential danger of flood Cosme Hinojosa chief of the Federal District pointed out Lay in the fact that pumps which help rid the poorly drained City of heavy rainfall had no current to operate them. Food shortage was noticeable on every Side. Corn Mills could grind no meal for tortillas unleavened bread cakes. Wholesalers estimated the floor Supply on hand at three Days and Lack of refrigeration curtailed other foodstuffs. Merchants headed by j Flores Garduno informed Congress the food shortage would be a a serious within 24 hours. With 3,200 factories and shops paralysed 60,000 men thrown out of work and daily loss to business in the millions of pesos the National chamber of Commerce wired president Cardenas at Saltillo Coahuila that the situation was a a desperate and urged his intervention. Housewives were worried Over fire with new trends and exotic in a convinced her luncheon guest that fluence. They simply worked like j she Hadnot been a holding out on mad to get costume plots ready him at All but that Cora sue Coland gowns finished on time for the j Lins child actress who is playing a a take and were pleased As punch i in a three married men a has in whenever one of their brainchild j histed upon calling miss Patrick Ren became we hat is known to the j a a Mother Ever since they were fashion world As a cast in a picture As Mother and Madeleine can Oil a the general j daughter Over a year ago. Died at Speaks intelligently and logically on the subject of Hollywood versus Paris As a style Center and gives a splendid suggestion for a once and for Ahvay settlement of the argument. A i think every girl in Hollywood would be Wise to Divide her fashion loyalty in three sections a de dared miss Carroll to an interviewer. A i have found that my wardrobe is absolutely perfect Gail is now playing the feminine Lead in a murder with pictures and Cora sue considers the luncheon hour a a standing Date every Day. They Call her gracious lady. And no matter How Many laurels. Titles and various types of homage a feminine Star might wish to win in the Cinema Capitol Hollywood a most when i buy my sports and a a play nothing could equal such an Honor clothes in Hollywood my Street As this. Daytime clothes in new York and my evening dinner and cocktail gowns in Paris. What is More in a being Loyal to everyone then and if one really knows style in its truest sense of the word theve la agree with me that this is the Only solution. More than that the designers themselves sponsor this Are you having troubles with circles caused by your Sun glasses during your Well oiled around the grills Sun Bath ? it so try Gertrude Michael Strick of doing away with these. All you have to do is buy a Small Jar of a goggle Cream from your favorite department store cosmetic counter. Its put out by a Well known cosmetic House and is matched to the tone of Sun Tan so closely that it eliminates the White Lings entirely. I Gladys Swarthout is her name. She Rose in a Brief period from absolute obscurity in a Small Missou i town to the Bright spotlight of j the metropolitan and the starring i ranks in Hollywood. There is no affectation about this j Swarthout girl. She simply possesses a Charm which instantly Cap i tavates every one she comes in con i tact with. She is intelligent. She knows her mind and Speaks it. And the Charm Isnit skin deep its in her mind her heart and her radiates it. Are not satisfied. Winnie a How old Granddad Granddad one Hundred one my dear. Winnie done to be funny Granddad. That a not an age its a Star. You. And top Tiger returns to wars showers help Northern Iowa Chicago july 18.�? apr scattered Rains along the Northern fringes of the drouth baked Corn Belt served Only to outline More sharply today the suns destructive efforts elsewhere in the Middle West where scant Hope of Relief was offered by forecasters. In half a dozen Northern Iowa cities and in Southeastern Minnesota precipitation last night bore out meteorologists predictions of showers and cooler weather in northerly sections of the North Central states. Heat inroads on human life were lessened but the nations total of deaths attributable to weather exceeded 4,464. Resettlement administer a t o r Tugwell surveyed the drouth rav-1 Ages and said Aid would be pushed to impoverished Farmers. Labor peace Hopes for peace in the american federation of labor ranks Rose j this week with another delay in acting on suspension of la Power Ful unions led by John l. Lewis. J instead Lewis and la other a in a surgento leaders were ordered to stand trial aug. 3 on charges of insurrection. They were instrumental in forming the committee for Industrial organization which i president William Green and his supporters contend violates federation policy. Before that Date however peacemakers Hope to reach a Compromise. Preventing a great schism in the federation. Around the world. Unemployed a hunger marchers thronged the Pennsylvania Capitol until the senators broke a deadlock which had stopped Relief payments for a week. A Compromise $45,000,000 Relief programme was agreed on. Jose Calvo Sotelo monarchist to the state payroll despite Redue be amp Der was killed in Madrid Spain Tion in Revenue. Although Francisco Brena Alvi Pez chairman of the strike committee said after the labor Board s decision the Syndicate a would do everything possible to reach an agreement with the company a w. R. Fraser Broad faced slow spoken general manager declared the company had gone As far As it could. Fraser said the conciliation boards decision a will not change in any Way the company s Contention that workers demands for j wage increases aggregating 1,000,-ooo pesos $278,000 annually and labor contract concessions Are j a equivalent to giving the workers i control of the company and out of the question. Somerset county tour completed fail Field july 18.�? apr the Republican whirlwind Campaign group completed a two Dav Somerset county visit with rallies Here and at Pittsfield. Lewis o. Barrows gubernatorial nominee accused the democratic state administration of adding 400 employees i $ in the tigers Are Happy and confident again Mickey Cochrane is Back. After a Long Layoff from illness the Bengal Pilot is shown Here As he again took Over the Helm Goose Goslin left and Billy Rogell Are pictured above As they joyfully greeted their Chiel after his arrival at the Yankee stadium in new York City

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