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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Cedar Rapids, IowaPea weather a a j i i Yaj Cloudy becoming fair in Central i and West portions Thunder show a is i ext Renie cast Talon Day after. A Oon and Early monday night i a cooler i fonday Nuht tuesday Lair my Armer in Central and West. It a Iowa interests City final 3 cents 111 City 5 cents on trains a 57�?number 119. Cedar rapids Iowa monday May 8, 1939. Associated press United press International Nev current comment by Verne Marshall. A Quot it is denied Liat Limnio Roosc-1 velt visiting Europe a motion Jii Turc executive had anything to do with the sudden decision of the Duke of Windsor to make his first broadcast since he told the world he was renouncing the throne for love. Reasons Lor the Dukes action being obscure the British broadcasting company decides not to put. It on the air. The Duke american ambassador bullitt at Paris and Young Roosevelt have been together lately. Bullitt s big assignment at the moment is to Licup strengthen the unwritten Alliance. The Verdun broadcast May have surprised him As it did the English court and , but that is extremely doubtful. Bullitt is Bright. He knows the Duke still holds the imagination of american sentimentalist. The Decorah visit of Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha gave that Community a thrill it will Long remember. Norwegian Royalty was Well repaid for the recognition bestowed on an Iowa neighbor Lwood so happily peopled by own study Stock. No race has contributed a More substantially to tie strength that is americans. At a time when the world is demoralized by the drum beaters of Europe it is sobering to consider the moral stamina of the scandinavian countries. Our own Jingo and Rabid internationalists insist that the United states must interfere with foreign imperialistic ambitions of one category or another if we Are to maintain our integrity and Security. The scan Dina ians seem to have retained theirs without involvement and despite their closer proximity to explosives. A a t he , who can to fix i a his prices sees no reason Why manufacturers and dealers should to Able to their prices in violation of the anti Trust Laws a says the Washington of the National Grange Fred Bru Kinan a the Grange urges the immediate repeal of the Miller Tydings act and the various state Laws permitting Price but Congress is being asked to inflict such a Ike on the District of Columbia forty four slates have enacted legislation based on the Miller Tydings act and the powerful a Jobby which supported that act and counterparts in the states pressing for Victory Over the vote less residents of the capital City. Its Prospect for Success is Bright despite the administrations professed interest in the masses that Are constantly abused by the influence of pressure groups in legislative Halls. The Grange has a Light on hands. In associated press Story a in from Berlin , a democracy appeared to to replacing communism sunday As Germany a official hate no. 1.�?� there is evidence sup in Irving the belief that Hitler May be wooing Stalin at a time when England is trying desperately to enlist the soviet in a Stop Hitler movement. The a says nazi abuse of bolshevism is being soft peddled and that the United states. England and Franco soon will be targets. At Washington the debate Over our Law proceeds fruitlessly. Road Paul Mallony a report of it in today so news behind the witnesses Parade before the Senate foreign relations committee in a Ion thoning Stream Sand their opinions Are in such violent conflict that the senators arc suffering a mental jag. Propagandists for and against another american Effort to save democracy for the world arc having a roman Holiday. Yet nothing is More certain than that another world War w ill destroy democracy. Inhat Are the determining factors in decisions of the Federal internal Revenue Bureau and the department of Justice to prosecute or not to prosecute political corruption lists on charges of income tax evasion the difficult tics of Tom Prndergast beleaguered Boss of Kansas City prompts the question this overlord of a corrupt political dynasty has been As willing to play Ball with the Powers that by As any of the others who have been let alone by the administration. Several years ago agents for the internal Revenue Bureau spent Many weeks in Iowa checking the incomes and income tax returns of certain individuals of irregular profits in connection with the transaction of Public business. Nothing so frightened a he objects of their curiosity As the activity of these investigators. That they got the information they sought regarding a few Lowans is recorded in their reports. What happened to those reports is less certain. By the Way Why not Check the state income tax returns of the same men following a ten Wicks absence Secretary Harry Hopkins returns to his desk immediately after the Washington convention of the United states chamber of Commerce. His first Public statement was one of Dis pleasure because the business men criticized now Deal spending and economic policies. A i done to think Wuch of this action a he said. A they certainly spread a lot of gloom and coct outraged me to get Well Cone is the placating attitude a it the Des Moines appeasement i speech. Heading the department of Commerce Hopkins was too sick to address the convention last a week offered no substitute. Of House votes Peak ship sum 2 killed 11 injured in 3 crash Esroy a. Vogel Ernest Renfer Are victims Vogel car Culvert near Palisades Paris youth Dies after Cycle car collision. Cedar rapids a Cusp do Atli struck twice and Cloven persons were injured in Lii be Linn county a Highway accidents sunday. Tic dead arc Roy a. Vogel 53, of 851 fifteenth Street be Olio suffered a crushed Chest left leg fractures and other injuries. Ernest renter in son of or and mrs. Clifford Renfer of Paris brain injury and left thigh broken. The injured Are Loland Carson. 16, son of Elmer Carson of Coggon broken left leg. Leonard Selling 28, four and on hair Miles Northeast of Central City cuts on head face and hands. Roy lint. 24, of Moline 111., cuts about the face. George a Vogel 17, 851 fifteenth Street be head and Chest injuries. William Vogel. 11, 851 fifteenth Street be both legs broken. Lumir smejkal 23, Bello Avenue so body . Lucille Peterson 17. 1703 fourteenth Avenue be dislocation of ii feb cervical Vertebra and slight fracture of first cervical Vertebra Lillian Martinek 20. 1704 if town Ali Avenue be cuts and Midi cd Peterson 17, 1703 fourteenth Avenue be Chest injury and head Cut Vernon rom pot 23, 1508 twelfth Avenue be face and Lead cuts and bruises. Milvor rom pot 19, 1508 two Tetli Avenue be Cut Finger by Zisos and slight concussion. Hit Culvert abutment. Vogel was fatally Burl when his Rouix driven by his son George and also occupied by everyday living Hodge podge. By do. Joseph fort Newton. The old negro Folk song a i want to go to heaven sitting Down a fells what too Many people Are trying to do. The Only really satisfactory life is not to to Dis satisfied but to be forever unsatisfied a growth but no grouch gratitude is t i c thermometer of character the Best things in life Are beyond our deserts and not m a t 10 res of Merit. A son William struck soft gravel ran into a Culvert abutment and upset in the ditch on a gravel surfaced county trunk Road two Miles w Cost of the Palisades As rain was falling about 8.30 sunday. Renfer died at 4.55 . Sunday in a local Hospital after his motorcycle and a roadster driven by Leonard Estling accompanied by Roy lint collided almost Headon at a Hilltop on the Troy Mills Paris Rock surfaced Road one and on halt Miles West of Paris about 1 45 . Smejkal the Rompot Brothers Martinek and the two Peterson girls who Are cousins w arc Hurt when smejkal a car driven by Vernon Rompot according to the sheriffs report struck soft gravel and overturned several times in the ditch As the car was headed toward Cedar rapids on the Ely Road about i . . Dick Vogel 27, of Cedar rapids made a valiant Effort to save his fathers life after pulling him ii of the tangled mass of w Rcck age in a Hittcon fool ditch. To placed the elder Vogel and his brother William in his own car and rushed to a local Hospital but the Man died on route. Bert Vogel 23, followed brother Dick closely in his own car bringing George Vogel to the Hospital. Two thrown Clear of car. William and George were thrown Clear of the shattered Coupe apparently through the roof while their jail ice is believed to i ave been struck by the motor failing from the broken Chassis. A members of the Vogel family group numbering fifteen had gone to the Palisades Tor fishing about 4 . Uliey were Licad cd Homo when tie Accident happened. Witnesses reconstructed the Accident for or. B. L. Knight Coroner and deputies As follows rain had covered the Windshield of tic Vogel car Blaich was the second in a group of three containing tic family. Speed was is a Macd at Between 35 and 40 Miles per hour George Vogel was continued on. Page 6, col. 5. Call was justified. Tulsa apr a police car sped to a residence on an emergency Call. A dishevelled Man Mot detective Leo Granger at the curb to Villi tie cry a can you tic a Tux cd How tic a head spent a futile hour a tying to explained. Detective Granger would and did. Way to snub tic u. S. Claim bar. A you would think some of them did no to believe in this economic system a mourns Harry. If lie refers to the economic system advocated by himself and others who never created a business payroll he i irrefutably right a or. Newton. A Hood of words is not always evidence of a full mind tie Ink flows most freely when the pen is nearly empty. If the recording Angel uses a candid camera a lot of the Gold and Scarlet of life will show up As Black and Gray. God is so often an unannounced caller that he knows All the excuses for keeping him waiting on the Doorstep. duty is to love that life May go on living a wrote Eugene of Neill Foi when love is dead life is Over and done. It s not wild Young people who make the , but w ild Middle aged Folk grabbing at gladness they have missed. For every one who Dies swiftly by exceeding tie Speed limit there Are a Hundred who die slowly by exceeding tie feed limit. Its n tragedy to be evicted from Home but not if you live at no. 13, inferiority Row mount peevish Park fail Revillo the Joy of life is in extras tie Lovely things w c do. The kind words to say beyond w hat is us. Of a speaker it was said Quot he lost the thread of his discourse w Hill looking for pearls of speech to string on it a a i did it. Why Sli Ould i celebrate said Lindbergh which is better than celebrating w Liat someone did Edward Everett Hale made a motto. A look up. Not Dow ii look Forward not backward look out not in and lend a never forget that Diat is wrong in ourselves May become a sad hindrance to what is right in someone else. Govern Hueit blamed by Lewis for goal Theip by new York up a Secretary of labor Frances Pei kilns personally entered the conference by to can the appalachian soft Coal operators and the United mine workers of Morica monday. New York up a John l. Lewis president of Trio United mine workers of America monday charged the Federal government with responsibility for the National soft Coal Susi Jension. In a letter to dry r. Steelman head of the a s. Conciliation service Law is said that a a failure of the Roosevelt and Minini stration to approve or sustain an Early offer of the Union to keep mines in operation Yiend ing negotiation of the contract was responsible for the present to arrive in u. S. June 22 Manila p. I. Up a Paul v. Mcnutt american Gigli commissioner to the Philippines will arrive ill the United states june 22 for an indefinite visit believed that to w Ould resign his 30st and begin an Active Campaign for the democratic presidential nomination. The former Indiana governor will sail from Liore thursday for China. To will leave for the United states May 31. Offering peace plan like trying to trap lion with Bird Call by Arthur Quot Bucsi Baeb. Offering peace suggestions these Days is like trying to trap Man seating Lions with Bird Calls. Rut any sensible idea is As Welcome As Dawn in a haunted House. The Way we always Felt about lighting is to do it and get it Over with. Its about time we realized that a postponement is not a 3-Cmcdy,f the elder this writer frets the Are he resembles a do Pliml a shift. And Cuit Cotmil a Hopkins flays a pessimism of Natl. Chamber Calls it unwarranted in a business improvement Light doubtful it is representative View. Washington apr Secretary Hopkins said monday Quot Joes Sim ism and a a defeatist attitude among members of the United states clamber of Commerce were unwarranted and added that a i done to think for a moment that they represent the views of most men in this he talked at length at his press conference monday about the recent meeting in Washington. But lie told his , it was he was unprepared to talk about other things. , w to has been recovering from intestinal influenza came Back to work monday after a weekend River cruise with Roosevelt. �?o1 Don t think much of this action they certainly spread n lot of gloom around town and encouraged me to got Well lie said of speakers at the an vial chamber of Commerce meeting asserting Flint the chamber tailed to offer a constructive program. Quot you would think some of Thorn did no to believe in this economic unwarranted. Quot there was an awful lot of and i do not belong to hint school of thought. 1 found it pretty Dull Reading and none of this pessimism is warranted by the improvement of business on a Good Many Hopkins declined to discuss lax revision or other specific business proposals because he said Holiad been out of touch wit i Washington for ten weeks he did he found conditions encouraging a a we be got National income in the first three months of this year at the rate of $60,000.000.000 for tie w Liole year .$62,000,000,000 last year. A a we be got the whole construction picture infinitely better in fact 43 per cent higher and w Ith Pri ale residential building alone 83 per cent not satisfactory. He added with special emphasis a i done to mean to indicate for a minute that there has been satisfactory reemployment but i done to believe that it would warrant such a dismal tone As at this he predicted a a steady and modest in for the remainder of this year and calculated that retail sales Are five per cent higher than last year. Hopkins Olio in his former role As spa adminis Trelor was one of the influential spending advocates in the administration said that heavy government six Ding was needed for at least twelve More Mont Lis. A government spending who explained. A is Only one phase however. The other is to stimulate the of private funds Sij end ing alone won t do the British broadcasting co. Decides on a Boycott of Windsor talk to America Royal couple turn press conference into funnest Verdun France us a the Duke of Windsor speaking As a Soldier of the War a breathed a fervent prayer for a Caen in a radio broadcast monday night to America. Or London up a the British broadcasting company w h i c h controls radio programs in this country decided Monda a to a speech which the Duke of Windsor was scheduled to make from Verdun at 3 . Cost monday. Officials of the company after a liar Rich meeting decided not to re broadcast the speech regarding it As untimely coming when the King and Queen Are on the Allan i Aris a the Duke of Windsor was keenly perturbed a when he received news from London hat Cert Iii Liritis quarters Are criticizing him for agreeing to make a radio speech hut there was no sign that he contemplated any alteration in is plan. The Duke was represented by his friends As feeling that since he is a Quot ii ii political figure a he would not he usurping any of King George in addressing the people of America and other lamps that might pick up the broadcast. Tic bound on their peace ,Sion to America. Canadian broadcasting corporation took similar action so portly afterwards. Thousands of British listeners who have Short wave sets wore expected to be Able to pick up the speech however. The Duke gave the following statement to the London evening news. A when tie Duke of accepted an invitation to broadcast from Verdun he did so i Cal izing that some criticism was Likely. A lie is sincerely Sonvi Iseed. Noii mgt Litreal message might however that a personal and have some value just now. And be feels m Ith the of the present situation Here is no time to lose in giving britons particularly those in court circles were astounded is the disclosure trial the former Edward Viii was to broadcast a speech to the United states in Rouglin the National broadcasting company 48 hours alter 1ns brother Succes or. King George Iliad sailed for a Isil to Canada and the United Stales. It was at once pointed out that the Duko made no radio speech since famous a a woman i love a broadcast on the evening of Iii abdication dec. I 1 3. Court circles suggested that the Duke was a pulling another holier Quot such As that Lii he caused him to cancel a visit to the v United ill nov Nilica 1 37, a licit it developed that his a a sponsor a and Advance agent was diaries k. Rcd ii. In Eulor of an Industrial speedup system Mahieh has ii ii Litterly Liy labor. A a a looks As if he Duke beginning to act up As soon As the King is out of the country a a said one person. Neil Sci the King nor the go crib Nickil has authority to prevent the Duke making speeches. They had loft it up to him not to the Royal . For Liat reason court circles continued on Page 8, Coli min 7. Britain a readiness to mediate on Danzig is indicated London the Brili Sli government is ready to mediate Between Germany and Poland on Hie Danzig question in collaboration with other intones cd Powers r a. Butler foreign under Secretary Indi Rome a expansion of he military Alliance to include As Well As Japan was indicated in the Flat announcement by editor a Riginio Gayda Imo Mlay that in of War a Hungary will fight with the catch monday in the Bouse of commons. Butler replied to a by John Morgan Laboric regarding appropriate machinery to enable the future status of Danzig to be made the subject of arbitration before an International tribunal. He ref cry of Morgan to Britain a under the league statute creating Danzig and said a the status of Dan Zig is regulated by treaty. 3�?Tlic question of any change in that status in practice is in Hie first instance for the liar ties most directly interested in the treaty settlement. It is for them to agree on Hie Mchood by a Liili they should proceed. �?o11 has been repeatedly made Clear that his majesty a government stands for settlement of in pairs Slayer nub hed faces music calmly Knoxville m. Burgunder or. 22, son of a caul in and cultured family who Learned about crime father was a prosecuting attorney. Monday agreed to Waie extradition to Arizona to face a charge of two i Irdein s. Burgunder awl Ait cd tie arrival of Arizona authorities calmly. Tall Well poised he would say Only a a you got me there a it he is Clia god with murdering two men. Jack Peterson 35, and Ellis m. Koury 24. Near Phoenix april 30, for a new Nutoni Obile and a few dollars. Peterson and Koury were automobile salesmen they took a Prospect out for a Donion hell hang. Knoxville. Tonn. Tons Robert m. Burgunder or. Expects to hang for the slaying of two Phoenix ariz., salesmen. If was revealed monday by chief Deputy de c. Stewart of avas Lington county Tenn. The boy even offered to bet the officers so he would hang the chief Deputy said continued on Page 6, col. 2. They respond with smiles Relda Russell. Robert Kern. There a a smile drive on in Cedar rapids. A pair of Gazelle candid cameramen Are leading a Campaign to make Loop pedestrians smile conscious. Its fashionable to smile As Well As Safe for unexpected arc the occasions when the photographers will loom up. A smile has put Rylda Russell of Mechanicsville and Robert Kern of 1722 first Avenue e on Page one today. Each will receive a 7x9 sepia toned enlargement of this picture without charge. Three prints of a picture taken by the candid cameramen May be obtained by the photographic subject by sending 25 cents to the Gazette with the card in sued by the cameramen. Stration in a new machine and were never seen again. Their were found in the near Phoenix last week. Both had been bound then shot. Burgunder attended sunday a Sci tool in City. Tenn., sunday morning and when a he we alkyd out of the Church the sheriff grabbed him. He had arrived in the Tennessee Mountain Low n the before driving an automobile since identified As that of Peterson and Koine to took n room in a Tow a House saying he intended entering the stale College there. The House he had chosen was a few from the Home of mayor Marion sell of Lohn on City. Sell noticed the Arizona License tag on Burgundy or s car and having Road of the Arizona murders in a newspaper called Trio sheriff. Burgunder apparently went to Johnson City to continue his Cully Swain. Decorah a a never went through such a transformation As it did Here sunday morning when Crown Prince Olav and Crown Martha of Norway granted a 15 minute conference to 50 or More is of , syndicates and newsreels. Reporters and photographers ii Herod in the Luther College i Trail of memories Decorah a banners still Waing. But the cheer Iii crowds gone. Decorah monday settled Back with memories of the Royal couple who walked streets and mingled with Copic Crown Prince Olav of Norway and Crow 11 Princess Martha left tins norwegian Ain Cri can Community sunday after a round of Ait Vilies that attracted crowds at 12.0011. Quot the Crown Princess and to Prince Ola told a Huong Ali Iii heard his Farewell address a have spent a morning Here which will Jong Jie in our memories. _ Quot we Liae been confirmed indeed in our impression of Dee Utah As a Eli Anning spill snuggling among these in Cly a a at 11 15 for Advance the or was a Little tense As the Royal couple enl Rod the room and up. In ii stood Foi the Entrance. By the tune Olav and Martha loll 15 minutes later everybody was laughing including the Prince and . And Hinic exit was Leepom pained by Strong applause the had decided Hicy re All Rigil a reporters no time in getting in their , the first one air Tinics if s enter Tai Miciu of the norwegian Royal eos Piile May be found i Page being Dirc eled at Hie Iii ice. A your Royal ,. How do tic of Iowa compare with those of Norway Quot a a i Haven t Iliad much Opportunity to study Vliem t Loosly tie Prince replied. Quot one can to very Well from Hie window of a Cai but 1 should say the inn is Liege Are Well cultivated and that the Farmers a know heir jobs a a everyone Ine Ludivig the Princess laughed Liea Tilv when Olav in reply to a question asking if Amenea is what lie expected to in asked. very Imreh the Way i Trio unlit if would be. But. You know 1 did t expect everyone to be so glad to Sec regarding the Success of the cooperative movement in Norway continued on Pago 6, col. 6. Executive so 1938 Piir not curtailed a despite the Industrial recession a in 1.938, continued on Page 6, col. 8. Suspect held for local Safe cracking cd it a rip lds be win patrolman Fred Parrish the first suspect in the Cedar rapids investment c o m p a n y Brakin and Safe cracking Friday night at 2 30 . Sunday w Hen he picked up a Man giving the name of William Henri Lson 37, Olio said he was from. Cleveland Ohio. Parrish found Harrison asleep in a Box car North of the Carpenter Johnson flour company. He was Well dressed slightly intoxicated and had no Money on his person. These circumstances combined wit i a reluctance to answer questions accounted for his being held for investigation. Compensation of corporation executives generally w is about equal to that of the previous year so Enri tics and Exchange cominis Ion revealed monday. Salaries of $100,000 and Over appeared wit i frequency in the of annual reports submitted to Trio commission by the nation s principal . Waiter Gifford p r o s i d e n i american Tel Eplion and tale Grapoli Willi total compensation of $209,350, was the Iii Lisl paid executive listed among the filing 1938 financial to Date. Other salaries paid a. T. And t. Included c. P. Cooper. V ice Percsi Deal $i02,0ntl, and c. M. Bracelen v ice pro Sidcot s7.5.000. Robert c. , chairman Iii in National Nickel of Canada Ltd. Was paid $204.700, and the company s Vicc pc Sidon John f. Thompson. $97,1.50 National distillers products Cor i oration paid scion Porter president $178,360, while Charles l. . Vice president and m. J. Macnamara received $137,960 and $70,380, respectively. William s. Columbia broadcasting system led the radio Occi Ilive salaries reported so far with remuneration of $171,849. Edward Klabc columbian a vice Tirc Sidcot w As paid $78,304. Alfred p. Sloan or chairman general motors corporation received $164,450, and William s. Knudsen president a was Given $124,465 and a Bonus of 1,767 shares of common Slock at $39 per share. Charles f. Kettering Vic president received $81,173 and 1,286 shares. Other salaries reported to the Sec included Johns Manville corporation Lewis ii. Brown president $98,-869 William r. Cigle. Chairman $82,732 Commonwealth Edison company James Simpson chairman $95,200 Charles y. Free continued o i Page 6, Cal. 3.record naval Bill provokes Lihle debate responding to pressure by White House body reinsert Money for Pacific air bases Washington a the hous s passed and sent Tii the Senata monday a record peacetime Nav Al appropriation Bill of $773,414,241, the vote was 207-58, tie measure. 517,015.212 under budget but 5145,817.047 Over Hie via rent api to i lation Little debate except Tor a Lime about l i opt without providing mean of new Rev Mio. The infuse in to White House included in Hie Bill at Hie last minute a 52.941 000 fund fill air on three nud Pei fun Midway and Julin Slony a Vicli appropriations of Minitte rejected last week Beluie sending Llic Bill to Hie tour pm debate. All of the Ilease Over tic current appropriation from expansion of Hie hot and the naval air Force. The Bill earned .s254.2n4,7 2 Foi ship construction and Imam Cal and .583.658,400 for the navys Hure Aii of acionautu.-. Tic construction fund will be used on 121 already approved and on 23 of Hicks incl Riding two 45.000-ton for Winch the Tippo pruned 51,500 000. The aviation total Dulude $51,-exposition Hall Bonti Issue up to state comptroller asks congressmen remain to Jan. 2 047.000 Loi 500 new planes. The funds for Hie string of Baffic Island naval air bases were Pul Back in the Bill try an amendment drafted . A 1 o. Vinson Ltd. Of the committee. It was approved without debate. Al was rezoned that Ricsin Girnt Roosevelt in i conference with earlier in the Day said that Jim wanted the bases constructed. Of Rani to a toward the construction of Hie 530.000 exposition Hall Al Hii wove Downs again a. Impeded monday when a Petit Init bearing thirty four presented to the City Council la objection to the of Bonds. In Ndeki the Law. The project nov receive e a ing before Fred Porter conic Troiler Olio will Lulo on legality of the objection the i Council monday was forced to be Joel All bids alter receiving a Low offer on the Bonds of Par per cent and a ii Eduim of 5251 from Hie Mercia National Bank other bidders were Ernest Kosock and , Paine Webber of Chicago and Wilc plus lips of Davenport if the ruling is favourable Lio Vever the award will go to tie merchants National Bank in a private letting. City solicitor Don Hinc said a bid equal to it or lower submitted. Tie pc Ifon. Presented by Paul n. Clark of Cedar . Was the same lie orally before the Council on two previous . Monday however he submitted the signatures Lor the Fiirst Lime tile effect of the objection w ill to to set Back the have Cyc Downs project More than two weeks. A Resolution was adopted by the continued on Page 6, col. 0. Washington up a rep. Louis Ludlow dind., said monday that because of the International situation he would introduce a Resolution to keep Congress Here until the next session begins on Jan. 2. A when International relations Are tense and there is a Prospect hint we a maj become involved in War the place of members of Congress is in the City of Washington a a Ludlow said. A there have been so Many in Tom Prato ill advised. Truculent and War promoting speeches by Cabinet ministers near Cabinet ministers and others that the country has become genuinely alarmed and is looking to con to do part in maintaining a the International equilibrium and in keeping America out of a threatened foreign entangle a a Ludlow said this nation a Lions the crimes and cruelties of dictators but it assumes Trtat we do not have any divine to Correct these wrongs and it is convinced that the welfare of our own people should be our first a

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