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TOE NOSTH ADAMS KTRNWa WANBCETW, MONDAY, JUNK I». 1WJ MOB MINI 3AL JEWS WILL VOICE PROTEST [gainst Hitler's Anti- Jewish Program IN GERMANY Branch of Jewish Congress , Which Will Guard In- erests Will be Formed. Broad Brook Watershed Work Is Still Probable BATTERING RAH ON DEPRESSION Although Hopes of Having Civilian Conservation is $3,800,000,000 Public Corps Established There Have Been Abandoned Commissioner York Informs Mayor Pratt That it May be Possible to Use Local Unemployed Without Cost to the City Through Provisions of Industrial Recovery Bill. , «_„ «_ .. ,. ._ j . ,_ '* tlona P/ovided In the Industrial Re- While the city haa had to abandon covery Dili might be allocated to the Works Measure VARIOUS KINDS Plans are now being made for meeting of all Jewish peopl this city to be held on June 26tr 8 p. m., at the United House o tl synagogue on Center street t' itest Chancellor Hitler's antl policies In Germany accord to an announcement made toda iy Attorney Harry A. Qlovsky wh accepted the chairmanship o local committee. I. o. Simon >ld director of the American Jew C&ngress, was In this city recent to interview a number of loca iwlsh citizens and found them U heartily to favor oJ cstabllshln a branch here as has been don nearly every Jewish communit the united States. The chief alms the congress are: first—to sccur |nd safeguard the civil, political itlomla and religious rights of th fews; second—to further the devel ont of the Jewish' homeland I—to develop articulate and In Illgent public opinion concerning tewlsh Interest and problems; fourth gather and disseminate Infor in touching such Interests and iblems, and to foster their free and « discussion; fifth—to procure nd administer prompt and adequate (lief In emergencies beyond the ncles; sixth—to promote prope peraUon and coordination In al rewtoh endeavor conceived In a splrl ' self-help, self-expression and If-de tcrmin atldti. The committee which will work cooperate with Attorney Qlov- !s composed of Hyman H. Kron- Wolff Mann, Cantor Wcln its Spltier, Samuel Shapiro, Sarh- lel Rlchton, Joseph Bcruer,, Harry Vein, William Less, B. Miller, Mrs 'ennle Patashnlck, Mrs. Morris nes, Mrs. Samuel Rlchton, Mrs Hlrsh and Rose Shapiro. Shelters Overseas Orphans Leghorn, Italy, June 19—(A.P.)— pninstitutlon to care for orphans of pscJst.i abroad will be built h-N'c u-n r a project formulated by the gov- nment department of contact with Italians in other countries. It will i «00 children. ilVY POISONING CLEARED AWAY IN A FEW DAYS Within an hour you can bave re- F.lief from toe terrible Itching and \ burning of 'Ivy or oak poisoning. (Bathe the affected surface with 1 Realnol Soap and hot water. Then .-•after drying. the skin by putting l.'Ilghtly with soft cloth, apply Itosl- Anol Ointmentgenerouely. Tills treat* )meat, repeated'twice dally for sev /•ral days, usually clours away the I pcinon completely. (Very stubborn leases BometlmeB require a little 1 Jlonger.) ^ If <yon are*Buffering from Ivy pol- I, kenlng, get Rcslnol Ointment and I 0oip at any druggist and bare rc- \ lief today. Tor free aamplo write . Reslnol, Dept. 28, Baltimore, Md. Its hopes of having a Civilian Conservation corps unit sent to the Broad brodk watershed to continue the reforestation operations which were started there nearly two years ago, U la possible that the work may be done this season after all without cost to the city hut under arrangements which will put unemployed North Adams men rather than strangers on the job. This was learned by Mayor A. J. Pratt In a letter he received from Samuel A. York, state commissioner of conservation, who a couple of weeks ago approved the plan to locate a Civilian Conservation corps camp on the watershed but subsequently had to withdraw that approval when It was found that Massachusetts had exceeded Its quota of such camps. In the letter received by the mayor, Commissioner York said It was possible that approprla- WARNS AUSTRIA ' AGAINST MERGER Socialist Leader Says Hapsburg Restoration Would Not be Acceptec by Other Countries. Broad brook watershed job on terms which would permit the employment of jobless men on the reforestation project. No camp would be established, but the men would be trans- j ported dally by truck to the scene, President Green of American Federation of Labor Sees 6,000,000 Jobs. . (By Alexander K. George) Washington, June IB— (AP.)—Big lie said. Commissioner York asked battering ram In the government's the mayor, to determine how many widespread attack on the forces of; men could be used on the job and the depression , Is the »,300,000,W> what arrangements for their trans- Industrial recovery - public works portatlon might be made and, de- measure. daring that he was Intensely Inter- I The money it authorizes Is to be ested In the reforestation project, spent on various kinds of construc- added that he would leave no stone tlon with the aim of stimulating unturned to secure favorable action, business generally and with the ex- Mayor Pratt, pleased to know that peetatton also that business practices reforestation project' was not dead will be modified In such a way as to after all, and particularly Joyful at put the maximum number of unem- the prospect that It might be possible ployed back to work. to carry It out with local labor Instead j Seek Buying Power Rise OIL COMPANIES WILL BE PROBED Vienna, June 19—(A.P.)—Those who believe a Hapsburg restoration joining Austria and Hungary would be the surest way (o prevent Austria from "going Hitler" have been warned by the socialist leader Otto Bauer that his party Is In no mood to tolerate such a change. Advocates of such a restoration should realize, said Bauer at a party conference here, that there also would be international obstacles and ic added that Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia would not willingly accept a new Austria-Hungary. Nevertheless, said Bauer, It would be folly to disregard the possibility of an attempt to restore the monarchy. So he warned his fellow-socialists "we must make clear to the Austrian people that the Hapsburg menace Is In no way smaller than the Hitler menace." He added: "If the Hitler menace means' that th corgy of barbarism raging In Germany would engulf us, too, that the bones of Austria's sons might be the >rlce for some scheme to regain the 'ollsh'corridor—then we must keep ust as clearly In mind that a reunion with Hungary never can mean anything else than that our sons will be sacrificed to regain Slovakia and Croatia for the future king of Hungary." An attempt to publish this section f Bauer's speech resulted In con- scatlon of the socialist official or- an, "Arbelter-Zeltung," which later ppearcd with the o0endlng pass- ges removed. Cut* Budapest Bar Budapest, June 19— (A.P.}—Be- ause they no longer are able to pay heir dues. 144 lawyers have been truck off the list of the Chamber of Lawyers here. o carry ou w oca ar ea of Imported hands, made Immediate I The expenditure of this huge sum arrangements for the requested In- of money on construction, in a pro- formatiion to be forwarded to Mr. gram estimated by some as promising Ire-employment of 6,000,000 Jobless men within a year, Is calculated to give tremendous Impetus to consumer purchasing power— keystone In the arch of business recovery. Government lias Whip Hand The business regulatory features of Wie measure are designed to promote coordination within industry. Its advocates see it placing the protecting arm of Uncle Sam aroilnd those Industries and trade associations which adopt trade agreements looking to the Increase of wages, elimination of the sweatshop and of unfair competl- Uo n of all kinds. . rt likewise Blves the government a whlp nBnd over tnose business enterprises which fail to abide by a code of fair competition, authorizing the President to license Industries wher- 19— tA Pi— The ever he finds It necessary. It provides 19-(A.P.)-Tne ft ^^^ , IOT vlolat ion of any Australia Names Leading Lawyer as Investigator, Acting on Complaints Motorists in muwniaws in r-flnhcrrtt lima Canberra, June federal government of Australia has j provisions of a code of fair competl- appolnUd S. Lamb, B leading law- tlon. ycr, to Investigate the petroleum No code will be sanctioned, says business In the »"S«? r J??!?!l[ t J > --'ftS n S'ff^SSS 0 , . measurer uot ,, u u proved that approval will neither promote monopoly nor discriminate against companies doing commonwealth. Motorists have been complaining ,__„ that the big companies, mostly Amer- | small enterprise, lean, have been milking them dry. \ "Competition Is not abolished," They point to the minimum cost of said. "It Is only made rational." gasoline of 48 cents a gallon, as rea- \ President Roosevelt has stated that he son for their plaints. It is his purpose to get all possible The question already has devel- | public works projects started within oped Into something of a political !a year. Secretary Francis .Perkins of controversy and leaders of various i the department of labor has received parties are predicting that It may ! reports from the states that $2,000,yet become a major Issue. ~" " -----Some even say that oil prices and pronto and what can be done about them might easily be the deciding factor In a federal election. 1 000,000 of projects can be under way within a few months. Green 8ee» 6,000,000 Jobs Estimates presented to the house ways and means committee arc that . ment of Australia's huge shale de- Senator Wagner of New York has posits. Advocates of this scheme ovision of obs for the Two general Ideas have been ad- expenditure? of $3,000,000,000 would vanced for handling the problem, directly provide Jobs for 3,000,000 Under one the government would , men. William Green, president of the take over the trade, Importing petro- American Federation of Labor, has eum iu .bulk, refining it and dls- estimated that 8,000,000 men can be tributlng It as a federal monopoly. put to work under the terms of the The other plan suggests develop- construction program. ' ' . Senator Wagner of „ — „ i stated that provision of Jobs for the wolild like to ses the government) latter'number'would result'In the ake a hand here by subsidizing pro-' labsoiptlon of the remaining 8,000,- duction or by granting preferential 000 of unemployed Into Industry and • • - - trade. The pub]lc works program, cover- Ing a wide range of federal, state and local projects, Includes-the following major types of construction activity: Highway, parks and forest roads construction. Clearance of slums and construction, under public regulation, of low cost housing. Construction of public buildings, (Associated Press Photo) After several months in New York musical shows, Lupc Velez, Mexican actress, returned to Hollywood by airplane and was greeted by her adopted daughter Conchita, 4. natural resources, such as water power, flood control and construction o river and harboc Improvements. Defense Increases Included Naval construction, army housing and aircraft construction and motor Izatlon of army units. The far-reaching effect of such a program on Industry in general js no Indicated merely by listing the types of public works. Highway construction, for example, benefits labor employed in quarrlea, cement plants railroads and ,trucklng, steel mills blast furnaces, machinery and equipment plants. In the construction of public buildings, direct employment Is provided and money 'put Into circulation through purchases of building materials and equipment and through their transportation to the building sites. The steel, stone, cement, brick and lumber Industries are but a few of the enterprises that are benefited Other Projects Seen Aiding Similar stimulation of business and of purchasing power t» achieved throughout the Industrial structure by the launching of flood control river and harbor Improvements am power developments. .refitment for domestic over foreign gasoline. Elected Village Attorney Mountain Iron, Minn., June 19— A.P.)—Up In this northern Minnesota iron country the people have lected Miss Helml Lukkarila, 23, vil- age attorney. She Is the only woman o hold auch a post In northern Minnesota and one of the few In the United States. such schools, courthouses, asylums and water supply plants. Conservation and development of Local Intelligence —The altar Itowers at St. John Episcopal church yesterday were given in memory of Fred C. Sherman —The regular monthly meeting o thr? Vestry of St. John's Episcopal church will be held on Wednesday evening |t a o'clock in the parish house. ' .'i —The Girls club of the Firs Methodist'Episcopal church will holt Its annual picnic tomorrow evenlnf at 6 o'clock at Pontoosuc lake In Plttsfleld. —Court Margaret, Catholic Daughters of America will hold a bridge and whist party tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock In K.' of C. hall for members and their friends. A prize wil' be given at each tabla. Mrs. Emma Ourley and Mrs. Virginia McDonough are in charge. u I DRIVING T : #c six CYLINDER 4 DOOR SEDAN A CERTIFIED INTERVIEW WITH LOUIS ABRAMS, 2529 EUCLID BOULEVARD, CLEVELAND, OHIO , "I Figured I'd Get More Fun, More Value from Plymouth." T HANK YbU, Mr. Abrams! We wish every car buyer would buy as you did ... after actually driving all three low-priced cars. That kind of test shows jou how much smoother patented Floating Power engine mountings make a carl It gives you a chance to compare comfort ... and room . .. and driving ease. There are a lot of things to talk about in the Standard Plymouth. Salery-seeel bodies . . . 70- horsepower L-head engine ..'. hydraulic brakes ... big, roomy bodies. The fact that it's a six at the price of a four. • What we want you to do is ste/or yourself I A. demonstration costs nothing. Won't you ask your dealer to give you a ride in a Standard Plymouth? PRICED AS LOW AS THE LOWEST Standard Plymouth Six wilh Floating Power engine mounting*,DupUte Safety Plat* GUsi optional. 2-door wdaaV$465; 4-door Mdao, $510; rumble tta coupe, |485; business coupe, $445. All prices I. O. B. Factory, Detroit, and subject to change without node*. « til PlYMOUTH AT CHKYUU MOTORS IUIIDINO, CHICAGO CINTUKY Of "We're old Plymouth users, so thu Plymouth ad was interesting news." "We looked M several hfigber.priced "I found the Standard Plymouth actually cars, then went to sce-tne Plymouth." out-performed other more costly can." "When I sucked |t up agaioM la competitors, I figured I'd g«t a lot more fan. ..aadnlu*... by KickinitttoPIyiDomlu «l for a Suadatd Plymouth, too... So now we're got our fifth Plymouth in the Abram t ganger AND UP F.O.B. FAaORY, DETROIT • SOLD BY DODGE, DE SOTO ft CHRYSLER DEALERS PLYMOUTH SIX U4S MAYONNAISE Tmptiafty Dcltdoui—Pr«p*ra4 under mott $Mlbry CondWoM—Any S»M Phil ^^fe*> • Imxortd »y Ikt (ddltim Fruit ^^VodLet *r NATION WIDE-PALE DRV OR GOLDEN GINGER ALE A thlnt qiwncrthif btvwn* C —*fth«r v«f<ty jt NATION.WIOE-9ONED CHICKEN . . A triti will convlnc* yo« of Iht wiuW*l n«rlt» of Alt peck. DM*! ££.&», 25' PLYMOUTH MOCK GELATINE OREYLOCK-SWJET MJXto PICKLES MY 1 THEY ARE GOOD • "jC Tin Ccrotl oltfi* " Sunny Jtm " FIIM. HwOly wckorndbcck *f«in FORCE WhokWiMlFMtti GRIYLOCK OR O4OKEST—TENDER AND SWBET PEAS WE RECOMMEND THE* WANDt jfc Cw» STATLW-ROLL TOILET PAPER GOLD FLOWER-PURE ODER VINEGAR Tfe kind m*4*d«lliilh«Vlal«t fey 1% ff^VC 3«*17 ' Jg bf Ml 9 MINUTE TAPIOCA BAKER'S Coconut DEUMA1Z GOLD ROWER CATSUP Mt*Fro«RMiRI|>* ToMfon DAVIt-CANNED-HtESH MACKEREL A MW product but worth « Mtl 10' ILUE LABEL CHILI SAUCE TiyiUtwiliiywr CoidMuO . NlftLETS M«iy r»M« ted *h • pmlhrly ««hfyln» potot C E R T O A* l*rf proAd M iMMHri to *« HoVMttg* for Mktafl JellJw of *ll Until ASPARAGUS Ml.*. %fO^ C L~«B»* G« *& RIVER RICE A food Mfth G*M!M SUNSHINE BISCUIT CO. PRODUCT RIPPLED WHEAT M Bb»H> to NATlON-WIDt SERVICE GROCERS NORTH ADAMS A. BeaucKemin R. E. Davie* Ross Bros. M. H. Deep & Son C.F.Lee People's Cash Mkt. _ _ , JohnSheehan _' ^° ^* GreylockGrocteryCo Ross Brothers Stephen Bresett „,„-„. Red Mills Store H.E.Butterfield E -Ho" f a» .. ^, . 1*0 A> Witto M. Chaput Jayne«oon sumforo, Tt Langer Bros. Fred Boisvert George Boisvert A. Bloniarz Mrs. R. D. Cadagon ADAMS Ferris-System Summer St. E. D. Howland B. Henneberg J.McCulIoch S. H. Courtemanche SamiaBros. C. R. Scott Standard Mercantile George Shaker CHESHIRE W. Benjamin & Co. George Coons Stacey's Gen. Store . WILLIAMSTOWN Square Deal Store L.O.Tavelli (Howard Moon. Prop.) K« J. WeyeM J.E. demons E.M. C.O.Carlson ' OosbCD J. A. Wells Clurlemont T. A. Newman n««««» Tmaatl H.S.Packard • wnibunsburr Oaatmtaitton Wayne Smith Orlnr*Mr1U< Gould W.A.Packard Plaiafleia. Maa. G. G. Henry Aahndd. Maa*. N.l.&G.Mekeel SnU> Aikfleld. Man. .VERMONT Dalrymple & Robin* C. W. Jilson ' Parmelee&Howe ton, Jacksonville vVUUncbam WUminrloo !/ B. L. Powell . Hopkmi & Fountain Pownal and North Pownal, Vt. Readtboro, Vt.

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