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.Readers More OnUrteiMmty readers thin any oilier Ontario County paper. fthe Bail Senaer The Weather Fair and cooler tonight; Tuesday fair with moderate temperature; Wednesday thundendivweni Established in 1797. Vol. M2.--No. 159. CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., MONDAY, JULY 10, 1939. Single Copy, 3 Cents BRITAIN MAKES ARMS PLEDGE TO POLAND Compromise Expected on Neutrality WASHINGTON () -- As a com"promise in the closely-drawn Senate battle over neutrality legisla- i tion, a suggestion was put forward i in some quarters today to make the | controversial subject the first or- j der of business whenever Congress reconvenes. This would assure President Roosevelt of prompt consideration, WPA Strikers Urged McNutt Seen To Return to Work WASHINGTON (K) -- Rep. Sabath, |D., 111.) introduced in the House today a bill to res- store the prevailing: wage rate on work relief projects. Elimination of a prevailing wage rate from the 1940 work relief appropriation act caused the hours of some WPA workers to be increased to 130 per month and brought on a widespread strike of skilled WPA workers. | n:!i.ss meetings and by p a r t i c i p a t i n g ; j in demonstrations. ; i J Clark Waldron, publicity e h u i ) - ; 1 r,;;m of the iedcration. esuniaieu J that, 32,000 members had joined i:; i the walkouts, but said then only \ purpose had been to make "an e l - 1 1'rctive protest.'' | In New York, Col. Brenon Some;- As Security Group Head WASHINGTON iA v .-trk movement by -- A b:.ck-to- it was argued, should international j Security Federation developer today developments cause him to call a j = special sessions before January. Administration forces were silent pending a showdown meeting tomorrow of the Senate foreign rela- ir the widespread walkouts oi V/PA h-.borers in protest against the new 130-hour month. Officials of the federation, recently organized irom local unions ol tion committee. At that time op- | \'VPA°workers and the unemployed ponents of the administration bill j af ! V ,; se r' thr^e of its to repeal the arms embargo against' warring nations are expected to move that no action be taken on neutrality proposals during this congressional session. The 23-member committee is sharply divided on the issue, and both sides wages a vigorous week- j end drive for the support of two uncommitted senators -- Gillett,: (D., Iowa) and George (D., Ga.) j Neither would indicate his attitude ! publicly. j The committee's decision is e x - ; peeled to show whether the legis- j lators can wind UD their business \ m.».,-.._ ·. i .-.. J ._ .... ..... members w h o « in-posing a longer work month. h;:d quit work to return to their j reducing the hourly WPA wages jobs. They urged the men, however, j tc continue to protest against th.. | Drafted At White House hours provision by holding night | NLRB STUDIES REVISIONS TO MEET CRITICS WASHINGTON '/Pi -- A report that President Roosevelt may ap- -iii J M C W iunv, v/ui. j?iuiu;i! o u m c i - ; point Paul V. McNutt federal se- veli. city WPA administrator, said j curity administrator aroused inter- he would meet an AFL threat to i e .st in political circles today be:;hut down % per cent of metro-1 cause of its possible bearing on the politan WPA projects by i:;ovii: H j !!i4C presidential contest, n'en irom job lo job. j Friends of McNutt. who is retir- Union estimate;; that 30.000 skilled ; ing as high commissioner to the workers had laid down their iools in ''·· Philippines, have been boosting him N:w York were contested by Somr;r- I for the Democratic nomination if veil, who said only 12.000 skiilcc! j Mr. Roosevelt does not seek a third ii.nd unskilled workers were idle. j term. The two men conferred at The CIO and the AFL. div'cled on i the White House last Thursday, ivany labor issues, stood side by sick ; Politicians pointed out that if the ' their opposition to the ninv re- i former Indiana governor should become the $12.000-a-year head of the new security agency, he would have an active part in the Washington scene during the pre-campaign year. The agency is one of three major government- units developed under the reorganization program. It includes the social security board, the CCC. the office oi' education th National Youth Administration, and various other bodies. While speculation that McNutt Pilot Saved in Freak Crash t i'.: their opposition to the ni-w re- oiJirements which have the r-ffpct. by lief workers to striking by the thou st:nds. members of Congress disclosed today, were drafted at the White House. Representatives on the House I ^i^v^.,,,^1,.,0 v w.^ ^^.^ wmie speculation that MCJNUW j committee winch made a Icng in-| w 0 u l d rece ive this or some other j quiry into WPA say the icleajvu-,; federal p0st spread through con- quarters, former Ren. I presented to them by Colour.-! T. C , g re e s i 0 nal j Harrington in testimony on the j Joh ~ n j" O'Connor of New York call- I WPA appropriation bill, and t h a t ' ..-. . WASHINGTON UP) Senate debate will prolong the ses- i Ellender (D-La; predicted today sion into late Summer. j that the National Labor Relations Advocates of the existing arms j Board soon may make additional fiuv vy^ui^wo vi ^ ej i --^ . ., n/ 3,..,;,-,; c .tviT ivo mips: ! ed on onetime Democratic members Fire burned the fabric from this plane when it became tangled in wires while trying to land at an airport near San Diego, Calif., but Pilot C. B. Thomas.en. Navy enlisted man, skinned down the pole at right and saved himself. Firemen put out the flames from an extension ladder thrown up beside the ship, leaving the plane's skeleton hanging on the wires. "It is my recommendation that; dency. for the presi- . persons employed on projects of tht : O'Connor, who was defeated last tll/U* O \ V * A 1 »^l_*Ail**rfVj»i «A'W» V\S A i ^ i J - V 1/..--V administration program "by every honorable and legitimate means." They indicated it would take a long time to present their arguments against the bill. Approve Embargo the Wagner labor act. Ellender, who has been acting chairman of a Senate labor subcommittee hearing testimony on proposed amendments to the Wagner act. said he understood that the board would adopt new rules of Auvouitucb ui MIC equine «*n.o | "7,l~j t c . aVi.nirnctmiivp r n l p j ^vFA be required to work 130 hour-' V ear after Mr. Roosevelt opposed embargo have claimed that 34 sen - changes m its «lmimstiawe ru e, . mQnth and that thc ^ ^ ! tion- said in a lelter to ators will collaborate to fight the | to^offsetCriticism of^the board and ? , ;ch pe: . sons be on a monlhly basis/ - cbout 5QO former legislators: '"The 'third term" is not- the great Over administration objections : evidence f 0r hearings before trial the House has approved a modified . exam j ners . · arms embargo, prohibiting the shipment of arms and ammunition to Senator Burke D-Neb), who has "', i"-H ,-,«! ment of arms ana ammunition LO ·· ~---~·---,; t nnipn d tlip labor belligerents whenever the neutral- j ed the fight Jo ^Jhe^bor ity act is involved. The present I »f- w - s «" u embargo also bans shipments of inat ine "implements of war." Even if the Sena'te committee the administration still could ask the Senate itself to bring the legislation to the floor. This maneuver, however, could precipitate long- fr-ch persons be on a monthly basis." Harrington, the WPA chief, told thi- committee. His recommendation was the outgrowth of a long WPA study on the EIGHT CHILEANS H E L D IN PLOT I ON GOVERNMENT est menace -- although that will be fatal to our party. Greater still is i the danger that one of the radical; SANTIA GO. Chile t jp t - An al- ac'visability of abandoning the pre- \ crowd, now in the saddle, will be ; Je?e " c j j oi; to veiling hourly, rate of pay. WPA had | supported as a'successor.' ° trouble trying to adjust wages and | "That will x x x mean that the to invoke the" board's services in jurisdictional union dis- said that his group still hours under the old system. A | Democratic party will not be dom- building construction project ir. j inaiit in national affairs for another Pittsburgh supplies an easy example ! generation, at least." Under"the prevailing wage system, i If "sensible" Democrats do not amount permitted"them.'act quickly, he continued, "the Reworked 48 1-2 hours r.; publicans will walk in. in 1940." -2 hours i O'Connor invited the use t he putes. Burke ver, however, could precipitate long; favored modifying the labor act. He drawn-out debate as a preliminary j . proposed" amendments which to the main contest. Leaders generally . has proposed amendments ; would give employers access to thc agreed that: board's services, prohibit coercion helpers had to put in 71 1-2 hour.. , . _ Compressor operators die: 56 3-4! Two senate Republicans hours, but those working with jack-; of Vermont andI Taft of Ohio-to . _ ! -..nv-ii-i^-f f\\-e* i-iirtr T3i*oe*iHfnr t?or\QPVPIi hammers v;orked 119. Ail of this required a ,, of bookkeeping. It took almost thr« : . . . , , relays of bricklayers a month tc put or a tnird term. reporters that President Roosevelt ,.p n( o inour i ; would be "the easiest Democrat to " boat" if he should be nominated in the same number of hours th;: IjCClViCl ^ ^ClltlO,*lJ d - ^ A V - V - W i r » * " v ; U ( J t l I t l O iCA V l V V O . l ^ i V H * 1 - ' * " v ^ v - a - ^ - - - - Congress would be here until late ! O f employes from any source, a n d , would July even if neutrality were drop- ' ma k e other fundamental altera- I thc unskilled laborers worked. _ ' ,~ -,-, T^-- -- ~A.«A 4-1**. T nA*4rt«* T3 «·» * f _ ' . . . · _ _ il 1 , I l""* *"\ 11 O VO f P »VI OII Tl'VlO X V V f l t O J llP 1 X l l -- ! *" *-'*» tJ 111 V \, » W" A*. i » \ , u « . u » *«.»" rj . . « , - « , --- -- f- i l l r t f ^ C \ J t * 4 V - » ·* V* ped. House Democratic Leader Ray- i ;ions j n the law. burn said it would take three or ; Another of Burke's Congressmen who wrote the 130- "An effort- to seek a third term would crystallize an existing oppo- within the president's own Austin said. "Added to that parU. to clean up pending : would direct the NLRB to adopt i rules of evidence followed by fed- the ad- J cra i courts for the board's prelim- amendments; hour ijrovision into the relit i bin ' -'· ' '.' ' ' " h '.; IT-. t « « ^ « « t I., T -t,. nnr . n *rl - , - i f l - , tl-10 / M - i ' T - · w O U m DC I OUSf \\1"J UU'l t i l l , » V , « 1 I . - r « -,or] , Vn i t i * mauoii \vouia ^jjiii, Mit- uvi was informed M,- waee an d 130 hours of v.ork tc . . v . qrrino . factions i ,,-oc etiirtviinT _ .- ...^,,i,i !,,,!,, *^ ,,-nori -,«· iiv- P 311 - 11 lnto valr! "g lacuoiib. four weeks legislation. Legislation embodying .,.*,,. ~~ --ministration's $3.000.000.000 lending j inar y hearings. program was ready for introduc-; Ellender said he ...« ,- «uc.t. «nu *.»·, ..«.... «. tion in both House and Senate. Be- i t h a t the labor board was studying j CJirn j t . would help to vveed nil ih: cause it has been stripped of a ; tne possibility of si vill g greater j p ;iyro ]] s any who might not be hi controversial provision authorizing j latitude of operation to independent | ac j ua ] necd O f relief. They argucri $500.000.000 in foreign loans ! un j ons not affiliated with AFL or | tilat those who had any othrr way through the export-import bank. ! t he CIO. where these unions deal j n r jivingwould not . i n gencr.il. won; leaders were hopeful they could ; W ith several employers. Some w i t - | t! , al n ,_ anv hours for a ban- sub- push it through quickly. i nesses before the committee have ; c,j 5 t. encJ , wase. Senator Adams (D.. Colo.t. how- i charged the board with entertain- j ' ever, said he looked for attempts to , j n!: "unsupported complaints that j curtail the legislation drastically ; t he se unions vvere company-dom- j jtt A * _»,, fU : oc A p f f ft and to limit the program to one . ina t e d. ! l^ftllvll 0 IjlUCO n\\, IU year. Mr. Roosevelt's original pro- i Both B urkr and Ellender agreed [ ,, , pmloofrion Mictianc gram would continue some self- , t:u . re W as little likcliiwod lh.;t thc ^J^ rC(lc»iridll iTHMldpO r , liquidating projects for seven years, j \vagner act would be amended at ; this session. ! CHICAGO '.^i -- The National Safeiy Council J-aid today tlwl i campaigns, extraordinary in scow . , i i -,, ,!-.,, ,,,.;,. : woum oe inusf wuu uun- inc »v,«ii. vare in hear.y accord with the on w -. h Democratic nat ional conven- ijitors. Two particular points wcro, ., ."tressed in their arguments icr it. j T a f t said M , Roo , evcU v no!:l . WPA officials felt that the .noiitn-|. n a t i o n wou]d sp]it tlw Democratic : i ft i ni ;'I hrnot Al 1016111 llSLCBS *»*"«**' 1* "" . ! W C flnHn in ! "'· "· t/VUU ill State Legislatures Passed 12,000 Laws ALL FOR A Ifl-YEAK-Ol.n t NEW YORK i/Pi -- The condition of William E. Dodd. former U. S. ambassador to Germany i whose throat- muscles have become .M-riously afiecicd by bulbar palsy. was reported "under com-roi" today by Mount Sinai Hospital authorities. They said Dodd would remain in he hospital until "some time in i\t,l. rVFtV .'» iv · «-*.»"- v*--" i \ a jijij,jjt^ii-^, V A U -ov * \ j i * j * » j . » -n ."±\'t" . . ri^mi A T A R A Mrxiro :-!'' -:and vigor, had bron launched in at thc near inturr." Only cose rete- roipt-s GUADALAJAKA. JW«.%A» , t- ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, live-, have born ncrmilted to viMl SL'!»..i2 ! : Rivals in "love." \ JVIO %i"(i ' '* i --~ «s**v^ » i (r' V7 ' 1 - J -*^* */! ji J-TJ KM j\ j j v v* *i j ««*· -- - -- - , . Enrique Vaxxjucs. · least a dozen cities to reduce the live.-, have been permitted to VIMI 10 and Jcsue Ramos. 11- settled ', number of pedestrian accidents, n.. am* ov. - _^_^ · 1ok Rc . ; Experts of the council r.-erc m- seize government buildings yesterday while Chilean armed forces were taking an oath to the flag'at Cousino Park was reported today to have been frustrated with the arrest- of eight, persons. i An official of the interior ministry said the Popular Front gov- · eminent of President Pedro Aguir- i re Cerda had been aware of "plotting" against it since it- took office last December. The so-caiifd "pioi ar.:-in;; P'^:- lic order" was said to have involved several retired army officers and carabineros who already were in jail en charges connected with the killing of participants in last- September's unsuccessful Nazi putsch. The eight- persons detained yesterday out of nearly two score arrested for questioning were described as "merely instruments of the plot." The nature of the alleged conspiracy was made known by Deputy Juan Rossetti who attended a conference of garrison chiefs and members of parliament last night, at the interior ministry where the results of the police investigation were outlined. Rossetti quoted the interior minister as .saying that the scheme involved "]eiTons without jwlitical influence." The police were said to have been lead to the plotters by "several denunciations." TKEAsrRY REPORT WASHINGTON /P -- The position of the treasury on July 7: Receipts. S11.775.718.65: expenditure-, net balance. $2.743.131.435.87. Mrs. Lauer Released After Three-Month Smuggling Sentence NEW YORK (JP) -- Her face shielded by a heavy veil. Mrs. Elma N. Lauer, wife of a former New York State Supreme Court Justice., left the women's house of detention early today after serving a three-month sentence for .smuggling. She was met bv her husband, Edgar J. Lauer, Vvho- resigned hr- judicial post shortly after she pleaded guilty to smuggling Parisian finery into this country. They drove away together in a limousine. A medical report showed that the 58-year-old Manhattan social leader, whose vanity Federal Juclpe Vincent L. Leibol! said was similar to the affliction of kleptomaniacs. "had bc-en in ;he prison hospital throughout her commitment. It said .s';--e ha:I suffered from a complication of real and fancied com- I plaints, seme physical.' and that | she had complained constantly ' -it-ainsi dietary and disciplinary j conditions, about illne-'ises and ! about her surroundings. DATA REFUSED IN LSU PROBE 52000 nVw iaws into 1«e statute, books this year. An Assoria1ed Prcss review of the work done by almost all the 3rpisla1.i;ros which held ,M-ssifns in 1939 dwto-cd today that more lhan J8.WO miscellanwjus bills were JOTSX- od. not incliidinp the perennial crop ol rrsolulion 1 -. memorials and con- Many ol the mrasiire.s died by governors" veto (the governor of Maryland put the quietus nn 85. V'ut 1.h.- majority of t h r n i laws ol the land. IXPICT 7 iftc UNIXPECTED at / tepcc said 1-bey paced orT. counted 1o three and fired at each other 'Hie Ramos boy fell, seriously in lured. Thr other lad was not h i t . Thr "woman in the rase" is 30 years old. in First Operation Raising of Squalus Expected Wednesday beginning of a new nation-wide movement to regulate nnd protect prdestrian trafTic. "Salcly specialists and organi/.T- 1; us have al»vays bren avare of the problems created by laully pede?- ni;jn habits." ;2id Ri]fi:s G. -1,'51 - vrer. traffic ongineer an;i ·oJ \1v Council's prdcstri; ·ronmiittee. "but recently we have flASJ/KOfl/ft BATOX ROUGE. L3. i.-Pi-- RrhufT - r-i in ;::i niirmpt io obi;un ffiH'iv.i ;:i}on- fr^ir- ^ .·^··p^rate inquiry into :-i--ile nlTairs. Louisiana i.:T,fia1' s u ^ h t t"tiay to unravel :riore of ih.: i.inta:-iir;siiy taucic-d "linnnvui] ir- nivil.iri'ies" ai Louisiana StrsJe Un:- veisity. At tin- sn;ne 1i:nr. ,1 ferir";;! yr.'in:' v:vy ;ii Ni-.v OrJ!-;;ll.s me: t o p::r:-;. · ;··: v T-V: idi-nmr jnvc.s^suiinn; ni ·hr university, and WPA ;urci P\VA ;" :v:':c.s in 1he state. To'ir-iiiiiri A;'or:-,:-y Geoernl Pnv;., ?: ·"::·. (in ;n.s: vcck v;;:-d U n i l f u .'·-·;·.·!(·:·: AMoniey G."Jirral Fran"; Mm -- ]·';-.-/ ;it Vl".ishin::mn iho' h" un-je;-- :f-rrt ih:.-- l.deral b''riy Ir:'] r« crivi ·: -'iKirt.s nn -. i ;o];if'ons ol .-t-i'le Invvs ;·."· ,-.'-t:c'{i '"iMit ' hrse bf r-'ia-.i^ ac- ' · ,.'~-W.' '11 hi! 1 !. M ' r i i ] . , - -vir^O in rrply: "V.'culn PORTSMOUTH, N. H. /Ti -- A surge of air bubbles breaking the M:riace ol the Atlnntic h ' « bt'-n H I a.s a signal of success this werk by 3 weary crew of navy nirn 1-S r.iilr-s oil thii-- port --- a sipnr.i that thc sunken submarine Squalus ii- nally has brer, lifted Irom thc ocean iloor. Navy spokesmen said today the bvbblrs would siunily 1h;*t fi'" !·("·- fn pontoons being used lor the raismn wf-re performing sa-tislac- torily blowing out air bubbJrs as they rose, and Ihal in a maltf-t oi minutes three of the pontoons would break the surtacc. Only two pontoons remain to be ' allac.hed lo the Squalus and navy 1 officials believes the first lift will , be made Wednaday. i At that, moment, the SqnaTtts i would lie dangling 155 feet below the surface of the sea and 85 feet off the bottom, ready to be towed-still under water -- four miles to- j ward Portsmouth. This would toe the first of three operations designed to get the 1900 ton * craft into a navy yard We ;3r1erminalinn 1" M'lvr 1hose problrais." Japs Shoot Down 59 Russ Planes in Battle P.ribcd QUINCV. M*ss... Mrs. E^;-- Kr.- !·'! I'.MVfs h'T German piVb.-c ^'.' rril7. u ':^;:r(i ]vr r . i i r ^ i nicht M - i v .-,h- C'lo.T'i. Opi'mil:: t h e rale Siinfl.iy ,-hr K'iin:i SCO h i d hi en Luki n l.-y r.'..- l.n. 1 -. v.lin hnrl ,t.ma shed .1 rear -ivin · ( : w. 1 n,-..-.or:l Fril7 n hniiil/onc iir.t' 1 11 t n Taris;:!-i;ed t h e p1ar-'\ IVliie Pil P K:is. Mrs. ·C"=r::f PARTY QUARREL THREATENS GOP BUDGET PLANS ALBANY UP, -- Republican legislative majority leaders, intent on enactment of the revised $390,000.- JOOO state budget and adjournment i of the Legislature before night, strove today to smooth party dif| ferences which threatened to snag the program. As lawmakers gathered for resumption of the special session to vote a substitute for the invalidated , G. O. P. budget which shaved I S25.000.00o from Democratic Governor Lehman's spending proposal. three bills designed to prohibit closing of night schools and kindergartens menaced Republican harmony. Majority chieftains called a party conference on the measures, sponsored by the New York City Republicans as the result of opposition to the S10.000.0CO reduction in state aid for .schools. Leaders said all three bills, two of which would permit .slashing of teacher salaries, would be discarded is discord over them threatens to delay adjournment. The situation was complicated further by New York City's offer. through Mayor Fiorella H. La- 'Guardia. to "loan" the state suf- I ficient money to prevent the j "whotosalr dismissal" of teachers I r.hom he said the reduction in state : school money also would necessi- |tate. · Meantimr the Democratic legislative minority was committed to i a 'last ditch" fight for restoration 'of the complete reduction. A bill tc i replace the fund ivas killed in the ' Republican - controlled Assembly ! Wnv.s and Means Committee on ; J\-ne 30 but Democratic Minority ; Leader Invin S1einj;ul. ihr sponsor. I.served notice lie will move for its j consideration by the full Assembly. The motion, lor which Democrats jrnnm3ed deieat. promised lengthy «ebat- on the school appropriation j C u t they claim would rripple some i n d u r a t i o n srrvicrs. Stringut plan- I neti 3 similar motion and nnniwent j on his bill, killed in rommit1?e. 1o . riv.lore S7.oon.rKin lasrn Irom high- I -.V.'HV.S appropriations. Chamberlain Warns Hitler Against Coup LONDON (IP) -- Prime Minister Chamberlain told Germany in effect today that Great Britain would stand firmly by Poland in resisting any Nazi coup to bring Danzig back into the Reich. , · He made a carefully worded statement, which had the advance approval of both Poland · and Prance, in the House of .Commpns and effort to remove any. doubt which Hitler or any other German leaders might have concerning Britain's position. ,. ,:,,,, Recent occurrences in the Free City, the Prime Minister asserted, had aroused fears that an attempt might be made to change its .status by "unilateral action organized-by- surreptitious methods" and~pre9ent Poland and other powers with Ihe "fait accompli.' 1 : - . . - - - - - "In such circumstances." ne said, "any action taken by Poland'.t'jfis^ store the situation, would, itT.JS suggested, be represented as..an : ict of aggression on her part, 'and'If her action were supported" by oth£r powers they would be accused uf aiding and abetting her to the .use of force." -;:'·· ^-x 1 ? He then declared that"su»fi;H|i sequence of events "could "not "Be considered as purely a local matwr involving the rights and libertie.Sf Danzigers. which incidenlaB^li^ttl n o w a y threatened, but would" *t once raise grave issues aflectuig Polish national existence and-independence." · · · · - · . · ·,'r.-;r~.*'- . Count Edward Raczynskf, : PplWi ambassador to London, returned from Warsaw last night with th latest information on FolftriXg J*ar of the Danzig situation. With him" came Colonel,, .Adam Koc^JLonrier^. president of the Bank of Poland, t»- resume British - Polish financial negotiations. - Poland May Get Credit f There were rumors that Poland might get a big commercial credit of about £15,000,000 ($70,200,000) to buy armaments and war materials. I The government has introduced a bill calling for an extra £50,000,000 I ($234,000,000) credits for nations to | whom Britain has pledged aid in defense of their independence. Some circles wondered whether there might be some significance to the statement of Lord Rothennere, publisher of the London Daily Mail. i to the Havas (French) news agency in Paris last night that he {fld not "believe there is going to "be war over Danzig." Most London newspapers, however, took the view that while a ! peaceful settlement of the Danzig issue was desirable, neither Britair nor Prance was pressing Poland to effect one. " ' The Times of London, meanwhile. called attention to another phase of Britain's foreign policy, noting edi- :orially that negotiations with "Soviet Russia over mutual assistance had been resumed "without result as yet." -The newspaper, which Has clow government contacts, pointed to Russia's proposals for guarantees to three Baltic states as the stumbling block. The states themselves~-Pln- land. Latvia and Estonia -- haxelfi- dicated their opposition to "unsolicited" pledges and Britain has breti reluctant to act against their wishes. . _ \: -.']·,:,'] .'] .;.'·''· ui ('i .'ill 1 ;! -·-"· ;·;·!,,;; ' ) : in r 'i;r prr-..-; s-r.-r. 'I 1 210 one -.All, li,r. ' : . TOKYO ''J-i -- Domri apnrrv .-.lid today Japanese had reported -"^ Sovirt 'Russinn air- · plnnfs shot down in a new I w t l l r over the Kh?;-ka River, a Ion;: 1hr (jisiiutfd bordfT Trf-tween r / n i r i ' Mfiimoli;-; anr! Manrhuokuo. Jar-ifinr^ 1 arknov/lerlnH los?. oi nnr riltinc ihe aprnr-y c ,"rJ! r '. Tnrv a.v-ertrd ihry had raptured 50 1^nks and an undislo^-d number of armored cars, field arlillrry ar.rt heavv m a f h i n f suns when they 'raptured Balshaital Heiphts. Iravinp .'·hundred?" ol the enemy dead. ROBINSON. 11'. - Vv 7 . H. W;-; r.;ii('l f r 'l(! i ,r-li ior Iris ;vv r .ri'.'i'r- ·.'\ir. ;iinl lots o.' 11. fir.'l rr ;ir,T llvr'' f ' l ' U V '·!·?: ' i".' s;--!j. - ' : - i - - M T ! . ' 14 q u . ' r t - . i.i n.l.]!:- t o / . ^ r r l -:v!.-iTi,:ii A. O. l - r i - i d . "":'·] i::'·'.'· ·.· | Mi i r ··v-r: l tJ Jor -,'· ' 'K ·· ·j 11'";'.; j . He i.inl; S.32 1rnrn Mr. J V - . - ' i i .y,: !-i;'-' !i"i'!; .irid "*h r -n ; ' ' ) ' ) ' !']· : : "T*n v i'. y :i''ll i ' i ' v .iiii' i i i i " v ' i ' ·:··'· -li ill"''' '··''. we i.\t ih" ·;·' ' i ' '". IT h : :.'i,i'j'i:v Mr:-. ]';---,'!i imlnrtrd i'n«' fii.,ir ;IT-', ".',j 1 ''i:''! : i I-;: in ';';·· :i]V]/ar. An 111 Wind r,M 1 AS H ]('.);f'd mi-:ht;. I v . n : : . i'. 1 ' I"! 1 .," r'ri'i". u l ' M n n nn" .s';n;-; - f' 1 Vn.-. :: ,':V' r fi'. durin:.: . : i r , i r ' . 1 : . -.,:·; i f.^.Tif n - i ! * ' rin:, r/oa;;. L .M "'.I'' 1 .'"' IV i-T' , : ' " » ' f i ' 'i ',-' ; - . i ; r : · i ' " " . i " i ''.'in'.'' ijp fjnd e;ij''.'-';/.' . 3 ' ; ·-·:··! 14 I / - ; . - r i l f h .-./'IJff'i .-jf'-.'-ri-.- " h r ' I';:'.'- . - '. . Oano in Barcelona To Cement Spanish, Italian Cooperation - . . i i .S p'-r cen' ( J - '!".c : i-''i ' 1 ini'iloyr.-' .'·-;j'l,T!i''.-- i r -' P r j "iX'S, ,ir/J Jnc-( ·!'/" ··"·· i'( ; i i ; -n'PIIOOX STRIKES ISLAND TOKYO fTi -- Domoi. Japanese ' inews asency, rtported today that ! one person had been killed, 19 i i were'' missing and 900 dwellings j | were damaged or destroyed by a j typhoon Saturday in the Oshima Islands. Damage to communications j caused delay in the dispatclies. ' NOKFOIK. NTb. Hcir-.-l-T. :·".-.·. and Mr.N. C/(r?rn \V. H,"jirnr;or:d «·.·;·; ·,('m r -; to Ih:]'!': l~v;r-f lx-;ore ]f-i:V3r;.^ l?',f-ir ]'i f 'i do:_. ];cl:f(4 up in "h.-i: Milornobile. Tlie last lime they tried ir. Hit ('op. an American Spaiiifl. louvjci i.+ v.-indo-a- rolled do'-om ab;:ui fivf i:-ehes. chewed out a piece 10 inchf. i,: diameter, crawled out ant 1 we:'i vaggir.g up to his maftter. u;;hanr : - crl except for several cvte alxj'it the OMAHA. Xvb. B'mf' : · - ;..;;· i - . 1 - i s f2r,n'' mix -taX'e it ir-'-ir: 1.'- :.!;:r-r".-; K r n n r t h Thonrp.-rr;. He tasked three cari.Tidtr-- r.:; ; f;?f. C.ime !hree explosions --r.fi K«m(th -'.-r-nt *o n hoj^ita! v: 1 '! vounds in his chest, shoulder sii'i tniph. j "I've thrown bullt-t.s iii fir;--? · loj.s · f tjm,"s." he said, ''but I don'; ihiij": | I ii do it again." nipper Leaves Azores On Return Hop to U. S. i 7,IS'ROX .-?' -- Tne Atlantic 1 flip' :vr look rdf :-oday ai 2.45 A. M., r/ST. for the A/o^es enrout* !-:* NL-W York wiih K'".'f;n passengers and a rrew of 11. ; One of thr passengers was Norman C. Lee. New York broker, who . boarded the big Pan-American fly- j ins boat at Marseille, Prance, yes- '·· terday for the final lap of a ! round-the-world voyage exclusively by commercial airlines. BARCELONA '-? -- Felf-lovinp Spnninrd.s decked .streets and homes : in Spanish n n d I'-alinn colors today Jor ,' : i ceremonious ·vrlrornr to Ital- : i?n Premier Mu.s.sollni' son-in-la-w : l P ! j Fnrnnn Minister. Court Gal- r',"17.70 Oano. : In connection ".viih his departure : -. · --'''TlTiy jrorn G n c - ' n . Ciano's nr". 1 ." pfpcr, 11 T f j e E r a f o n f Lfphorn. n r r u T i f d "prrn! resuiis. toward !---r;-.fnlin;: and fixinr nrrc viperous ; ., r .fi ini:T n .fi;'. r '·"-opera* ion" between ,!-^-. a:v. Sp.v.r:. " The 5-even-dav f-i-ai-e vis.it will af- ·j'r::l lull .ipportunil y lor discussion ol economic politic:''.] .'and military ; 'iOjV'r.ition ri the t^.'o governments ra/fiM.--. ho-.vr.-fr. have indicated t h a t any effort to bring Generali;?;mo Franco ir.to the Rome-Ber; lin mihtary alliance -would be de! laved until Franco visits Mussolini in September. Ciano will arrive tonight aboard the cruiser Eugenio Di Savoia. Before leaving Gaeta, he told a Spanish interviewer that "nothing can ever separate Spain and Italy." ' New Trouble Arises FREE CITY OF DANZIG *) -A defiant Nazi demand for removal of a Polish military depot- t«n -the strategic Wesserplatte at th*mouth of the Vistula river stirred ~iT pew and angry controversy today be- tivcen the Free City and Poland. Away with this Polish ammunition dump at our front door," was in effect the demand made fejr Danzig's Nazi party lea^nr 'A£*r» Forsler. The WcMerplatte is a flat, dreary Mrptrh of land some hundred* of yards long, lust across the Ship ranul from the Free City ooramunl- ly of Neufahrrasser where Footer yrstcrday made one of two speeches in which he thundered defiance at Poland. Trns of thousands of Danrig residents in brown, black and fray uniforms cheered Forster's resser- tion of confidence that Adolf Hitler would "liberate the Free City." Poland and Great Britain, her ally. ·were booed lustily. The WeM*rp]atte is in the rtmrt of Frf" City territory 'nat. Polann occupies it by virtue of a conces- 5.011 iroirj the Lea,fruc of Ji 's, nominal protector. ! Hint Al j BERLIN '/Pi -- A 'T?a.=»on«b* i solution" of the Danzig problem is i oossible some Nazi sf/uit*s sail it-cay after the British Prirm. Minister's statement in the Hou.v of Commons on the Danzig «itu»tic*. The newspaper. Dwtseti A13|P- mtne Zeitung, m«inwhiJe saw * the House of Commore quctMt** for which the rmnt pnoTided the anMvr. which todts for ' which took* for

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