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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Cedar Rapids, IowaA a a Ovail rapids Ga--3ttb, res Szat August 10, 10s census of 0. S. Jobless now seems certain Senate approved measure providing for checkup sent to House final action expected. Quot mite Quot baby is welcomed Home j weighs 5 pounds 6 ounces now army sics off Lils Nasht Colu is unto co. Study equipment �iash2kg? i is i a a cd a Titi a occ3 sen i ire r.?to?o ? Merit pc a virus Oer Izmir j the treasure a is sri 1o the a where Ana a i on this session gezira by iras supporter of a plan bored an to the Cousin would Aid the i rond pm in be arg with a greater problem plan mar a a Long Ranee program to reduce the i Vari number of Job Ess. Estimated i curiously up so 8.0co goo. Approved Hopkins. The Mensure which was sponsored in the Senate by sen. Hugo l. Black d. Ala., chairman of Ibe education and labor received the unqualified endorsement of Karry Hopkin. Works Progress a minis Rator. I enacted it would require allocation of approximately s5.000.000 from the 1937 emergency Relief appropriation act. The Black Bill Calls for completion of the enumeration by april 1, 1938. A six member committee to be appointed to Lake charge of the task would decide on methods and information to be sought. It would include the secretaries of Commerce and labor the spa administrator the chairman of the social Security Board and the director of the census. Anticipation of the measure s passage before adjournment halted controversy which Lias raged within the administration for several years Over desirability of such an undertaking it was not believed that party lines would prevail in the House contest Over its enactment in the Senate Henry Cabot Lodge jr., Mass., third member of family succumbs i to food poisoning st. Paul. A amp a. Ltd in phys c y fought to save tie it of in Al year so Mother Niter 22 saved in series of rescues at sea funeral services ase Helo for mrs. Tisher 305tgn fcs>�?1= a series of siring Rescue missions the coast to k men ores pc a Pejril Barf e amp a amp a a in amp a a rated of Xii 4re� so so cd a a so Ved in 2hz Ore a Smyl Tler cd \ Riscen a Vesro be Raccis Ireen a each or c so re a Cerris Smock to is it men vessel Ltd re Keosy. The it Sod Crews w in stars Tives were a Zerea a re by amp it Elf a 3k? a t a. A i i trim it Cal Ajo a a i Saitz. Near cd Quot a we hrs. A Cir sea not a Meccai r w 2xk�. Jurec a so in Etc Sapota Ltd. 7�?� a a up. A. _ or i i Crew cd a seven cat a a car a noted . Tempo to Gutter a z3�?~-gr 5 sub Zvier. Toe i stricken Captain from a a a Mut in a �?o1 a a. Arc Echt four men to safety after it Beir Craft Bas foundered. Rushed an Trust a Sabar from bit ship to Shore j Iaz Ltd Tad res Rojec four youth to visit or Trees Ertz a. A 2 com cd Chitry Cut a by y 2ttfd.bferf j e a �5�rs�ded the 15 6q re to a i just a Mir in inc in i o be coat ured t in co12�� 3 of the Ciscar. Get .1ppuc.�t10n made acc tinted from Pape a you. Hont Comins tor Cedar rapids mite baby. Roberta Ann Mills a Aphter of or. And mrs. R. D. Mills. 165s Ellis Boulevard Xiv. For the first time since she was born May 21. Weighing Only two pounds. A a dad Mills is holding his Littie daughter while mrs. Milts looks on admiringly. A Bobby ann1 went Home sunday afternoon weighing 5 pounds s ounces. No larger than a big Christmas a can to the Edge the oct. She doll vet at last Strong enough understand but Ore Jis leave the Antiseptic glassed in he re a a a Nursery at st. Luke s Hospital where she spent the first seventy Days of life in a incubator Roberta Ann Mills Cedar rapids mite baby went Home sunday afternoon. It was a Day of rejoicing for her parents or. And mrs D. Mills 1659 Ellis Boulevard n a who until sunday had never held her in their arms since she was bom May 21 weighing but two pounds but it was the Saddest Day of life for a snap a the Little bulldog who has reigned Over their household for the last eight years while Mother and dad hovered adoringly Over Quot Bobby Ann a who a Bobby Ann rested Well sunday night Awakening oni for Here Ery three Vur Early in the Ever Reg a cd a a by of Normal crying hitting it up Cave activities of Arisen. Delay Niemoller trial after rally. Berlin up a anal i the i Rev. Far ten Niemic Iler. Militant j evangelical Church Leader on i charges of defy tvs the nazi gov err rent. Was postponed mde ii a e a Aiter a . Of thousands of the pasters followers sunday night. The belief was that secret police feared there would be a demo to hon before the courthouse Sim a to the astonishing manifesta tier. Of sunday night almost without precedent under the repress err a i a \ is a ta�?T3 dirty Scop a Vahtre i several thousands of a re i .4�, a Rig Rud a Speed ill Hiss Vehbi the tracs tempt l c u c r a on gum s a a cite Aleph anti is a rests distress Isy the trawler fews j about to Mes East i we2 flee j Quot a a and Crew of the been without food it if f the Cost i removal i ask of Urease to. J another a Echo not the pc spaced the Captain franchise ordinance which prom 1 Rawding Tad until they heard her on the bail porch. Although unaccustomed to radio she slept through a program in the hung room. Following Hospital routine she had her two ounces of Orange juice and a Teaspoon of cod liver Oil late sunday or Mills was the first to have the privilege of holding a Bobby Ann in his arms but mrs Mills experienced the thrill of touching w. Her Little daughter for the first took to Home and parental Loving i time since birth when she helped like a Duck to water a crushed give the infant a Bath at the hos and jealous a a snap a slunk Down Spital saturday. Joined with Black in strongly favouring the undertaking. Differ As to value. Although officials High in the new deals councils including Cabinet members admit that the unemployment problem is the principal task of the second Roosevelt administration there have been Sharp differences of opinion Over the value of a census of the jobless. No Long Range program for dealing with the unemployment problem yet has been devised by or. Roosevelt s counsellors. Spa officials Are still seeking n Large Relief appropriations ill least double the present $1,500,000,000 allowed for a Long term work Aid plan. Boating accidents cause nine deaths will ask general tax Law revision continued from Page i construe tax Laws strictly Ond this requires Congress to continually enact new Laws. He explained that As one method of preventing tax dodging the government is negotiating with foreign countries with a View to Mak re Tremie for the Exchange of tax informal Ion loss 0\ Bonds slight. V.ash1nt,tp\ in s a in a burp a Ai -1 Tail i mag mrav a to d be v Reany a a a a a a exempt ends is g c. Lyax�ggera�<2 a to a people the in Zelii go. Per Iery. He . Mcfee or a a s 1�av, in i s it Sixie. Or it cd Gas a Date arc . Sec .1.1 tax exer pm. ? a a a s Quot 0 re gov1--"r a a a Quot Ireci o v 5 . Lanes a or Pep e East Moline 111 up a four Young picnickers from Sterling 111., were drowned in the Mississippi near Here sunday night when their Rowboat capsized. The dead were William Regan 25 Robert Regan 19 Marie Regan 21, Brothers and sister and Florence vering 25. Two other occupants of the boat James Regan 29, Moline iii., and Elizabeth Gaylord 29, Rock Island 111., were rescued by e. W. Davis Des Moines and 1. A Enckler who saw the boat upset in Midstream. The group had been rowing toward Campbells Island for a picnic. Crystal Lake 111 ins a boating accidents Cost the lives of five persons at this popular Chicago resort Over the weekend. Michael in Strzycki 40, was drowned in a heroic but futile attempt to save his two children Mochnol jr., 10, and Edward 6, after Ichii Rowboat overturned. Irma Siegel 11, who was also in the boat was drowned and while rescuers raced to tile scene another Rowboat tipped Over at the opposite end of the Lake and Morris Hamel 45, was drowned. All the victims were chicagoan. A j bloc to work for farm Aid passage continued from Page 1. Gres Nen had been urging a 12- son c t or a a. A feared later Quot a Trie preside crop Ioam get be if ass Urance i Illinois miners. Warfare causes another fatality Springfield 111. Ins a another slaying was chalked up to inter Union warfare among Illinois miners monday with the death of Glenn Stufflebam member of the progressive miners of America. Stufflebam an organizer for the p. M. Of a. Was shot and killed while Riding with a fellow unionist. John Schneider. Schneider who was univ founded. Obtained the License number of the car from which the shots were fired. Police announced it had been traced to an investigator for the rival United mine workers of America and that the owner was being sought for court Bill Given to committee Washington apr the House sent the Senate s lower court procedure Bill monday to n Senate House conference committee to work out an agreement acceptable to both houses. Chairman Sumners dtex., of the House judiciary committee obtained unanimous consent the House for this action lenders it eliminated the need for extended consideration of the revised measure whirl contains no mention of the supreme court by the House judiciary committee. Speaker Bankhead appointed Sumners and representatives of adherents of the opposition movement to nazi cation of the Church massed in front of pastor Niemoller a Church. They openly coiled orders of the dreaded secret police to disperse and remained even when truckloads of them were taken away men and women pastors and laymen under arrest. Prom a us to prove Chat Roverial in the j sad water is a week while their Council s dealings on a bus Frank ship was or cmdr almost to chose is one Psi ring the Iran j pieces by heavy teas. They were Chise boiler to use the City so emaciated and week ire a hunger streets without Cosa the. Jet in j and thirst. Reads the Angco qty a of Umi shei food a the City will not require the 1 water and medical snyphes to the company to pay the City any tax 3 rat ramp pet a to a Lin aboard or fee based on the Gross or net her and beaded far me Yard receipts or earnings of the con Hatm. Pony and no City License fee or a tax shall be levied or assessed a pay to Dick Tel Hitt against be company or is ocl Elf a it Luici tor buses or equipment for the use i the streets of the City nor j shall the company be required to i pay any portion of any paving or j Street improvement i free gent fare. Under the proposed setup Ere Caid be formed the Cedar killer to confess cons Ned from Page 1. Rapids City lines. Inc. A a subsidiary of the National City tiny a inc. Cash or Token fares anywhere in the City would be five cents with a one cent charge for it was believed the nazi Church transfers except in the Case of authorities dismayed by this be a school children who would be Fiance of quiet Home Loving people1 Given transfers Dee. And the acquittal last week of or Friedrich Otto Dibelius on charges of violating nazi repressive degrees wished More time to elapse before they prosecuted the beloved Nie Mouer. Says president in continued from Page 1. Jefferson Island picnics and peace dinners a Copeland commented. His proposed amendment provides that no person May be president longer than two four year terms and specifies that when a person becomes president in the Middle of a term through succession he Snail be deemed to have served one term. Sees at present there is no constitutional limitation on presidential terms but George Washington a refusal to head the nation a third time set a precedent that has been observed Ever since Copeland saw a personal if not political dictatorship in what he described As the presidents Quot interference Quot in new York City where he is not a voter. A government in the United Copeland Quot is no longer democratic with a big a do or a Small cd a it is largely personal dictated by the White House a he the president s opposition to his candidacy is directly connected with his stand on the court Issue several weeks ago or. Roosevelt greeted a press conference inquiry As to Copeland As of j a mayoralty candidate with Hearty laughter. A they talk about no Copeland a you know As Well As i do there will be reprisals. Every single Man who was against the president on the court Issue will be Copeland called a special press conference to make his attack on the president. He Shower Corre f it i i. I i it Rrt z Quot i. _ t a 7&Quot t i a to c a it a i it i i a i y x tie i.5 act tits be i i a Ven a Sener a Dii Vrouir de ene., fell or Lara edit the b i m a upon corver.r-5 a the. Z of r a or it a a it a Quot it a a a a. Per ire a or \ a pm pres ov5r%--r c a w re a it Ftp f Etva amp a re re re a a of re. A a life sized figure of screen Star is taken aboard plane a i / t m Quot of y of i It a re a a 91 a a a v. Of Ltd a it a i a a 1 a x a a ? by r Quot j�.x��3 pc i Zarket Brut i Rte Eris m Coz. Re. Keci or wart ki.?/ e to r i of my Peniuk a a. 1 Ktie ii Itri Aitt a Reir .1, a eme Szaz my is f it Tsze. T a w a i riot v =. I _ a it -e-.-. A d a it Ryc i-.? 17 it -. Crr of tree res -1 .11-.-�? a if Stu i .1 1 cd Tav i t z. C yes it spec �?~1 7� cd was. Pope a a a Yoe pro Bioty of a a . A a cited t a mar Revoc i it tie a of Carrjr. T or. the fare to Marion would be a dime from Cedar rapids and Only five cents from the Cedar rapids City limits into Marion. Where a person transferred from a Cedar rapids car onto a Marion car in making the trip a Transfer charge of one cent would be levied. Or Barnes told the Council that a savings of $108,000 yearly would be Mace for patrons of buses computed on the basis of business accorded the Cedar rapids and Marion City railway company system. Provide for Emp Toyea. Included in the new ordinance is the proposed system of retirement compensation for present employees of the local company who can not be absorbed in the bus organization. Employees of the company for thirty years or More will receive 81,000 in Cash and a paid up life insurance policy of $750. Men employed Twenty five years or More receive $850 and the same insurance. Men employed Twenty years or More receive $750 and the policy. From ten to Twenty years service entitles employees to graduated Cash amounts and a $500 insurance policy. The lowest retirement compensation would be $100 for More than a years service and less than three years. Five routes proposed. Six bus routes Are proposed in the new ordinance one would be n Bever pork and third Avenue w line. Others Are Central Park. Thirteenth Street be sixteenth Street be and Ellis Park Grande Avenue Ond third Street be Vernon Heights Oak Hill and sixteenth Street so and the Kenwood and Marion route which would make a Loop in the business District. Other routes could be added or changes made by the company As the need warrants with the approval of the City Council in the formal application for a bus franchise election was listed the cities in which the National City lines now operates. The list included Saginaw Kalamazoo pc time. Jackson and Landing Mich Joliet Bloomington. Norme i. Azan is. Elgin Pha Speign. Decatur. Danville East 5t Itous and Quincy. I1l Montgomery. A is. Tulsa. Oku. Beaumont and pert Arthur Texas and Butte Mont. Urges Early flee Lien. Or. Barnes requested the court possible in Weaver Dot. N. C., Walter do a. Mclaughlin d. Neb. Guyer a Pendents shelves of Large Manila Rar. And Hancock. Re. N i envelopes and asserted they Cony to represent the House at the 1 tamed letters from constituent conference. J the court Issue a More than opposed the presi gunmen storm j ail 1 eat and free pair in win a we a to to a c i t i a. Or How Siv toe a id. A to ii Oyril i pm Imago great a Kwa fat jts an ? a it ius a to Ruca Papular a a it a a. Quot la re. Orvii to Tazie or Jan a taxes toe order that plam can be made for Quot. Or of sue a Vert jute. 0 special election. Mavor Frank he a did Era to per-1 k. Hahn get metered that the pro a a a a -7 f to a z lag Taton net a can up ged ordinance would have to be i Dito Ltd Jyz or tot openly and say j checked a by the City Legal staff Vertitia or Toto a _ Eton Hines and Harry s. Johnson. a i 5ttactcsd a Rynn while the City Engineer checked Toji a Cluj ski is a Hettick Situa in. 15�-. To ientc.,7 to state at $12,-va year a to to Trad to fair Csc a 111.f.c he described Flynn is a a Toh Huai Cowboy Iasi no Ltd. Sapir in Ira hit own personal when a pro so a i or Stoose from Hyde Park. to Lukuc to. J cd a a 1 2 b a it t Otz b. The Al Zyx Jet jts a a a Diu Slac to e j Xvi f Ai. 2t0 to hot it Ted to Teri two Char end be purred pm a v Cadon tip a few he Urs after he left his dying sweetheart by the Roadside was expected to testify that he had Littie Money with him at that time _ Chalmers hoped to disprove the intimation of detectives that he had killed miss Prather to Rob her so he could finance other Clandestine love affairs. Clear cat Case. The Case against Marks was Clear Cut. Twice convicted of assaults on minor girls the shifty eyed Little Man gulping and wiping his Bald forehead with a shaking hand blurted a detailed confession of the killing of Little Paula Magagna in a basement of her Home in Brooklyn. A i done to know Why i did he lifting his bands Over his head. I Don t know. Except a sort of impulse came Over me. It is the first time i Ever did such a thing. I had in mind the Ossido Salvatore Ossido a Brooklyn Barber is in sing sing prison awaiting electrocution for the murder of nine year old Einer Sporrer. Marks that after he ran out of the basement where he left the girl s nude body sprawled Over a baby Carriage he went to his room and a sat for three hours looking out the of told of chair. He he intended to wait 13 hours then surrender to police. A but x could t do it Quot he moaned. A i was afraid of the chair. I got afraid when i realized what i had Marks was traced by a Blue Polo shirt he wore when he ran out of the basement. He denied any knowledge of the killing for hour then suddenly blurted a Complete confession. But he insisted it was the first crime of that sort he had committed. Police suspect him of having killed Florence Mcdownel 5, found dead in a cellar in Brooklyn five years ago. And Barbara Wile a murdered in his tenement Home in March. 1833. A Why should i hold out now a Marks . A i am going to the chair anyhow and a Man can Only die says father tried to a Burn him up by use of kerosene Clinton Oku. Up Charles Hammock or. 13, monday accused his father of throwing him on a bed pouring kerosene on him and then trying to throw lighted matches at him. County attorney Milton keen had investigated the Case several Day before charging the Parent before a Justice of the peace with assault with intent to kill. Keen the boy told him that his father came Home last wednesday and was enraged to find that the children had not prepared his supper. The boy told How his Tather allegedly a tried to Burn me he he ran out of the House and escaped with his clothes saturated with kerosene. No of Rore tier arc Sieve Copeland too Mito Park Kef ii mister Pere of it Awsare or alg Tyr re Tjit of �2 oc->7 a try a a Clit Miles ire 1 crop Topes c a a oars a or 7 to us have re a = t a at general farm Iegis-1�? a j necessary at me Earnest be cry a it Cato l agreement to report a. A a a in t? Recar Diess of me cae to me next be Shioo was a a to it de in cos Cushion of a Besoiu ii a Biack a. A a. Poor. to make farm. Or. Ire fim order of Wren a reconvened 32 Rcv Serite rec to state Peni tertiary at Joliet. Trey were arrested at Oak Lawn sunday a Hue tamper my with an a to Mohjeh a str. T it interesting did t discuss politics Quot a ii they a a a Moen first Patente e. A dial 2-2121 crematorium funeral Horn invalid coach funeral of Gladbrook i civil War vet today set Speed Mark for Gladbrook api a funeral crossing Atlantic Irr v11 be it m3�bau� v n 5,a Type Day afternoon for a t. King. Ocean commercially is. Civil War Veteran and former _ a postmaster of Gladbrook who founts Iez id ins a the Here Sunc by at the Home of a a tie to Cor Mere a crossing of the3 daughter _1.-5t c eve made was Arroyo he was the 1ast Ivins of number be Quot Quot by b Ain of company Kiowa infantry in airways to. boat Ca which he enlisted it the ago of 18. Cd i i 12 a Dies on Golf course. Denver ins a a heart it Rideg on Easterie a kinds. The tack was blamed today for the hour two minutes after i caving 3ov.-Ood. N f Camona a a a Ltd �6s res an hour her he \. To the a aves Here at 10 32 a m. 3 32 a m. Cox a linking the new and worlds overnight face first t in death of Estel i. Ellsworth 45, guard at the United slates mint Ere who dropped dead on he was about to make n shot to the Sih Green on the City Park Gulf �-50. Tawn to thee a Neil mid after the mme a mayday that they had a Inte Niioka of pro no ukr util they Kave report Frota both the Metal department and the Engineer s office. The matter of determining the Fate to the tracks is recognized by the Council As the taming Point in the entire picture. Council members admit privately that they expect to face considerable pressure for Speed in bringing about a change to buses despite the Gravity of the trackage problem. For one thing Street car users Are anxious to begin saving the Money possible under the cheaper fares also the members of the Street car men s Union who will be absorbed by the new setup will receive wages about five cents an hour above the present scale according to information received by the Council and those workers will be anxious to get that additional Money. The men about to be l tired will be anxious to get their retirement Bonus and life insurance policy under any circumstances the Council is unanimous m its stand for deliberation until both reports from the Legal staff and Youngs office Are available. Actress. Leading Man arc divorced los Angeles ins a in a voice almost inaudible and apparently on the Vei be of tears Mary Philips actress gave Brief testimony today which won lift Quot a divorce from Humphrey Bogart leading Man of the films. Sow. Cornelia c. Tisher. Funeral senders for mrs. Cor Netia Catherine Tisher. 79, of 1320 Hinkley Avenue new wife of a Tisher Quot and a Pioneer resident Cedar rapids were held at Ron funeral Home monday morning. Mrs. Tisher came to Iowa in 1s50 and had lived in Cedar rapids seventy two years. Cyrus Metcalf conducted the services. Burial was st Shiloh cemetery. F. Of the deaths mrs. Genie Baker. Mrs. Goldie Baker wife of Law Rance Baker 1018 Bealor court be. Died at the Oakdale Sanatorium at 9 30 am. Sunday after a lingering illness. She was a member of the mount Zion Baptist Church and of the Mission Circle. In addition to her husband she is survived by a daughter mrs. Gwendolyn Hickey Waterloo a sister. Mrs. Mosette Miller Cedar rapids two Brothers Ivil Green fort Dodge Everett Robertson. Cedar rapids and two aunts mrs. Clara Sharp arid mrs. Everett Alnutt Cedar rapids. Funeral service will be held in the mount son Baptist Church thursday at 2 30 pm. Conducted by elder h. G. Darner. Burial will be in Oak hoi cemetery. Friend May Call at the Johnson funeral Home. Or. Mime vat til mrs. Mayme Elizabeth Vincent widow of w. S. Vincent died at her Home. 1707 a Arentie be at 10 45 pm. Saturday after a lingering illness. Horn feb. 23, 186. At Whitehall i1l. She had resided in Cedar rapids for six years. Surviving Are two sons Wallace g. And Royt of Cedar rapids two daughters Pauline a. Also of this City and mrs Carriem Phelps Chicago and three Brothers w. W. Wallace Miami. Aril. Mark a. And Harry t. Wallace Elpaso Tex. The body will be taken to mount Sterling. I. For services and burial wednesday. Friends May Call at the Moen Chapel until wednesday morning. Juki faster few feral funeral services for James por ter. Who was instantly killed saturday afternoon when he was struck by a raring automobile in the Jalopy Derby at Central City will be held in the Rohn Chapel tuesday at 10 30 am. The Rev. K. Newhouse will officiate and burial will be in Cedar memorial Park. Friends May Call st the Chapel monday evening. Billy Lee surr. Billy Lee Starr Cay old son of or. And mrs. Donald e. Starr 952 fourth Street so died at a local Hospital at 10 30 pm. Saturday. Burial was in Cedar memorial Park monday morning. Washington d. G. Girl missing is found with circus Norfolk. Is. A a Malcolm major of Washington identified a girl with the Hager Back Wallace circus Here monday As his daughter Doris major missing from her Home in Washington for eight Days. The girl going under the name of Mary Sargent joined the circus last thursday in Covington by. With her father s permission she plans to remain with the circus in which she is employed As a rider. Or. Major artist on the Washington Star came Here from Washington by plane to make the identification. Births Horn to or. Ami mar Kyj Morley 1407 third Avenue be n daughter. August 8 at 81. Luke s Hospital bom to or and mrs pro Noskin mount Vernon a a on August 7 it Hospital. Born to or. And mrs. Frank Zer Terko 523 Cobban court a daughter August 9 it mercy Hospital. Bom to or. And mrs. Gallon Hicks of Omaha neb., aug. 5 n six Pound fourteen and one Lulf ounce daughter Nancy stir. Or. Hicks is a son of or. And mrs. Perry Hicks. 642 a Avenue no and mrs. Hicks is the former Jacqueline land of Washington d. This is their second child. New London Tex., to build school near blast site Dallas Tex. Apr a $300,000 High school building with no dead air space under any portion of the building will be erected it new lion Dnn Tex., to replace the Structure destroyed lost March 18 when an accumulation of natural Gas in the basement was ignited. The two Story a a a ipod building of a Xii la a design. In to be situated in front of tire space occupied by the building in which hundreds it pupils lost their uves. All Iowa Valley Loop Garnet played sunday 6t Fri to the Umfer. Wal Wuhu a Atkins Wolford. Not any and Keystone were the sunday victors in the Iowa Valley baseball league games. So ores at Lut. 17 u 3 a my of f. Tar mud a mail. 17 vim Pleim .,.�.3 Mem Toni. Lorb. And m�u1 0thairi it hmm. Irma. A tar n a if j to livid re a in lot Naili or a him Nui iut Row Hill nov Luul. T a hit Rimm us Atif a Hill y Hwte knt pod Damn 1 >5 j Rue Uttz it 1�o u t a i Roosevelt to skip a Harmony banquet Hyde Park n. Y. Ins a in the quiet of the Hudson Valley Home president Roosevelt monday prepared a message for delivery tuesday night in Washington at the Senate a Harmony dinner in Honor of Aben Barkley of Kentucky newly elected democratic floor Leader. The president decided to remain Over an extra Day at Hyde Park but it is under stood be would not attend the tuesday night banquet an aged by Senate democrats on both sides of the re cent supreme court fight As a harmonious gesture to senator Barkley a new leadership. White House aides Here at Hyde Park speculate on the scope and nature of or. Roosevelt a letter to the diners. With Congress in the throes of adjournment it was predicted the message would be one of Good hum to that will have no bearing on the issues still confronting the House and Senate. Tuesday night s dinner it was understood was arranged without White House consultation. The last Quot Harmony party the president conducted was on Jefferson Island in Chesapeake Bay at the democratic club maintained largely by members of Congress. Senator Joseph t. Robinson s death occurred shortly after this three Day Outing and upset administration legislative plans. Absence of the president tuesday night his aides stated should not be interpreted As a slight to Senate majority Leader Barkley. The kentuckians one vote Victory Over senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi generally has been attributed to undercover support irom the White House. House group hits a Chi Selingo Bosses continued from Page 1. Farm products and lower prices for them 4 bring about a geographical realignment of Industry and 5 increase production costs to Farmers. Helps a Stecure Bir Nisby the committee acknowledged that there Are undesirable labor conditions of Long standing and that they cannot be blotted out overnight. Furthermore it noted that there Are geographical end Industrial difference which cannot be ignored. However the group that a Reform As far reaching As the one proposed cannot be initiated Quot without producing some economic collective bargaining efforts Wilt be strengthened under the Bill the committee since it is intended to Aid and not supplant the efforts of american workmen to improve their standards by self organization. Quot at Long last goods produced at the Cost to the mined lives of american children sire definitely banned from the channels of interstate Commerce a the report concluded. Probe attempt to wreck fast train Carlyle ill apr Railroad special agents and Clinton county officers followed a a savers 1 Good leads monday in in investigation of what appeared to have been a deliberate attempt to wreck the Diplomat fast Baltimore and Ohio passenger train near Here sunday. The train speeding 65 Miles an hour struck an s by 12-Inch tie plate which had been listened to a rail. The engine and tender trashed Down s 20-Ioot embankment. The ii coaches left the tracks but did net overturn. Passengers including 110 members of the knights of pythias from Cincinnati Crew members escaped injury. Information on which the investigators were woe King included the report to a Farmer that he saw a Man loitering on the tracks before the derailment. Biccio a a

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