Max Bromer wins scholarship to Cornell.
FARM RELIEF HEALS IOWA G. 0. P. SPLIT; UNITE ON PROGRAM Will Back Plan Rejected by Congress-Seek Congress-Seek Congress-Seek Aid of Other States. , Des Moines, Iowa, July 21 (Pi The farm relief question today looms a probable medium of complete harmony In the Republican party of Iowa. Preceded by the meetings of the Corn Belt Committee and the 11 State Committee of 22. which agreed upon a definite program of farm legislation and censured both major parties for "abandoning campaign promises." the State Republican convention convention assembled today with prospects prospects of factional quarrels being sidetracked, possibly Ignored, while the principal issue In the Mid-West Mid-West Mid-West agriculture is discussed In detail. The Corn Belt Committee, composed composed of farm and co-operative co-operative co-operative or ganization heads and the Committee of 22, two named at the agricultural conference here last winter, concluded concluded their sessions yesterday. They outlined a program of farm legislation identical with that rejected rejected by the last Congress, and which Is essentially "protection for all Industries, agriculture included as a peer, or as a last resort, protection protection for none." The committee of 22, made up of bankers and manufacturers and others Interested in farm conditions, decided to carry on Its fight for relief. relief. To Include committeemen from other Western and Southern States which desire representation, and to finance its finish battln for Congressional Congressional adoption of its program by appealing to State Legislator for appropriations. Col. S. W. Brookhart today faced the prospect of receiving for the first time the attention usually accorded a senatorial nominee by the -party. -party. In past years he has been Ignored but today he will be seated on the platform, probably with Senator Albert B. Cummins, whom he defeated in the June primary. primary. Brookhart strength In the convention convention waff revealed by the support given yesterday to a proposal that the party go on record as favoring a reopening of the contest of Senator Dan F. Hteck, Democrat, which re suited In the unseating of Senator Brookhart. The purpose of the move would be to unseat Steck and pave the way for Iowa Republican to replace him with on of their own election. B0R0-L.I. B0R0-L.I. B0R0-L.I. PUPILS WIN CORNELL AID Albany. July 21 Announcement ha just been made by the State Department Department of Education of the name of candidate who have been awarded State tuition-paying tuition-paying tuition-paying scholarship at Cornell University, as the result of the competitive examination, examination, held June E last. Each Assembly 'district Is entitled to one award, provided any student from the district is able to pass the test. Brooklyn and Long Island contestant contestant to whom scholarship awards have been made, are the following: Kings. Luclen V. Brazdlonls, 2349 Madl-on Madl-on Madl-on t.; Gerald Klatskln, 818 Eastern pkwy.; Morris Glushlon, 816 Maroy sva.: Julius Solovay. 17178 44th St.; Harry Langa, 487 Hancock .; Har-old Har-old Har-old H. Abrams, 824 Greene ave.; Moe Goldstein, 3818 Neptune ave.; Henry Rudberg. 840 St. John's pi.; Earl Wltkowsky, 442 Lorlmer at.; Jack Wolfo. 314 Pulaski St.; Milton Divx-ler. Divx-ler. Divx-ler. 889 Eastern pkwy.; Jarrtes Levy, 1712 8l:d St.; Max Bromer, 184 Mld-dleton Mld-dleton Mld-dleton St.: Theodore R. Lurle. 13H2 4th St.; Charles Kloinberg," 254 Kl-lrry Kl-lrry Kl-lrry St.; Gertrude (I. Coyne, 61 7 72d st.; Barnett B. Glassborg. 164 Ambov st.; Ira Wlckner, 1808 48th at.; Morris Morris Moses. 133 Hegeman ave.; Herman Herman Hlavin, 4H5 Hopklnson ave.; Kaymond L. Love. 2825 Ave. K. Meyer Dochter. 838 New Iyots ave.; Irving Plckar, 718 E. 4th st. Queens. Jacob I. Cohen. 218-44 218-44 218-44 Hempstead (.. Qucena Village; Daniel 11. Ken-enhols, Ken-enhols, Ken-enhols, 1120 Nellson ave., Far Rock-away; Rock-away; Rock-away; Sidney Stein, 1128 Oask St., Far Rcckaway; Alfwd L. Abrams. 27 Toledo ave., Elmhurst; Otto Henry Jakes. 2227 4th ave., Ixng Island City; Msx Kraus, 130 Beach 94th st., Rockaway Beach. Nassau. Robert M. Morris, Roslyn Estates. Roslyn: Elisabeth B. Roche, 85 Jericho Jericho Turnpike, Mlneola. Suffolk. William Payne, Blue Point; Eric R. Osborne, Water Mill. KIWANIANS OPEN PLAYGROUND IN E.D. Luncheon and Motor Parade Feature Greenpoint Ceremony. Ceremony. Luncheon at the Hotel St. George, a long motorcar parade and appropriate appropriate speeches marked the official opening and dedication yesterday afternoon of the Brooklyn Klv.anls playground for underprivileged children children at Dupont and Eagle sts., Greenpoint. ' The luncheon, which preceded the parade and ceremonies at the playground, playground, had singing, led by John Lester, as Its main feature. Lloyd Martin, president ot the club, who presided, made a brief speech about the playground snd the work done by the club for the underprivileged ohlldren'of Brooklyn and introduced George Koster as chairman of the committee in charge of the playground playground and of the parade to it. 100 Car In Parade. After the luncheon the members In their cars to t)e number of nearly ', aecoratea ttr tne occasion and bearing Ktwanlt pennants and ban ners, paraded to Greenpoint for the flag-raising flag-raising flag-raising and other ceremonies at the playground. The flag, donated by Roy M. Hart, was raised on the 40-foot 40-foot 40-foot pole donated by Ernest Capelle. Louis Ouyer, long a leader in the organisation' work for poorer children, had his services officially officially recognised. At the plsyground, George Foster, Foster, chairman of the committee on the underprivileged child, made a short speech Introducing the speaker of the day, the Rev. E. Leroy Dakln. Folk dances by the children present and athletic contest came next, followed followed by the presentation nf medals to the winner. Thee medals were donated by Louis Guyer. The 40-plece 40-plece 40-plece band of the St. John's Orphan Asylum Asylum of Coney Island, furnished music for th occasion. v.. AZli Sa