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Whet Bidgars Martial Spirit Warlike Little County De mands Sea Outlet Amidst Unrest Over Subjection EDITOR’S NOTE: The follow ing In the Inst in the scries on danger spots In Europe. United Press Associations. By STEWART BROWN Soda, Bulgaria, June 21. (UP)— Bulgaria, like Hungary, chafes un der the peace treaties which re duced it to a tiny nation sur rounded by big and powerful neighbors. The primitive and warlike Bul gars fought three wars In the six years from 1912 to 181*. They won the first, and lost the other two. Am a result of these latter de feats Bulgaria lost territory to Yugoslavia. Greece, Turkey and "Rumania. These four "victors” are mow bound together In the Bulkan /Entente for the express purpose of defending their war booty. Bulgnrla does not make as much noise about twenty revision as the Hungarians. Nevertheless, quietly and calmly, the Bulgarians are working to got the alleged Injus tices of these treaties revised. Sea Outlet Deinnndcd Tho dominating point in Bul garia's revision demands Is nn out let to tho Aegean Sea. which It lost to tho Greeks when forced to cede Thrace to Greece. Bulgnrla steadfastly refuses to sign the Bal kan status-quo pact until some of Us demands are met. For many years Bulgaria's rela tions with Its western neighbor, Yugoslavia, wore bad because of the terrorist activities of the Macedonians. Tho situation was so tense for many years thnt the frontier between the two countries win closed. This tension has been relieved by tho recent rapproche ment between the sister Slav na tions after the Bulgarian govern ment stamped out tho terrorists. Delations with Rumania and Turkey are still poor. The Bul garians complain of ill treatment of Bulgarian minorities In Ituma nlu, while Turkey fenrs Bulgnrla, Inspired by Italy, might attempt to capture Turkey’s portion of Thrace. Army Above Limit By this treaty of Ncullly Bul garia's army wna limited to 20,000 volunteer soldiers, but It la no so cret thnt Bulitnrla hna nlmoat twice htla number, recruited on a oonaorlptlve basis. The govern mant, however, does not have the money to purchase neccsaary equipment. Bulgaria's Internal situation Is muddled and still In h state of flux. In May of last year Col. Klmon Gheorghteff made a blood less fascist coup d’etat which ended the parliamentary regime and made KIiir Boris 111 almost n prisoner In hla own pulaoe In the I center of the city. Since the coup d'etat there have been two new governments, and with each government the king’s authority hus Increased. Certain members of the Army league, however, still are working against the crown and It Is considered pos sible there may be n show-down before the end of the year. Cabinet’s Status Precarious Tito king and the newest gov ernment have promised the poople another constitution, but It Is doubtful whether the present cab inet will survive to finish the text. The personal situation of King Borin also Is complicated for an other reason, He has no son as yet, and according to the old con stitution his daughter and bis brother, Prince Cyril, ure not eli gible. Bulgurla Is extremely poor, but there Is no unemployment because Ihero Is no Industry. Tobacco, wheat and sugur beets are the country’s main products. Eighty per cent of the country’s 6,000,000 Inhabitants are peasants. Twenty six per cent of the country's males cannot read and write, and more than half the women ure Illiterate. Autonomy Date* Prom I0IIH Bulgurla only won Its Indepen dence from Turkey In 1 908. In 1913 It assisted In a victorious war agulnst Turkey, but at the end of tbo conflict the victorious allies mMpv-nt war among themselves *5®F*?I»»''I Bulgaria won defeated. It had Mature v recovered from this blow Mphyn' the country entered the ESV,'. ■ 1 Vsr on the side of the On Rival Powers nud again was beuten. i ■ 1 Bulgers, however, aro a virile and warlike people und It Is unlikely they will consent to re main In a position of Inferiority for long. If this powder barrel ex ploded It would certainly Involve the entire Balkans and perhnps quickly spread to eastern and western Europo. AMAZING BREAD RELIEVES CONSTIPATION BY SUPPLYING NEEDED BENEFICIAL ROUGHAGE SO MANY APPRECIATE THE RELEASE FROM THE LAXATIVE HABIT THAT HONEY KRUSHED WHEAT BREAD SALES ARE RAPIDLY INCREASING. George A. Faber, M. D., 82 Edgehlll Ave.. Waterville, Conn.. writes: "1 recently received a loaf of >our new Honey Krushed Wheat bread. I found this bread not only deltcioua, but very beneficial. The honey contained therein has a stimulating effect on the Intestines and the combination of crushed wheat kernels and honey gives the neoessary roughage and with other ingredients, helps in relieving and correcting bowel disorders. I am glad to give you my personal rec ommendation.” Realising the need for a whole some bread that contained correc tive ingredients, yet in no way took anything from the appetizing flavor, the makers selected the secret formula of Raymond s Honey Krushed Wheat Bread. It baa more tood value. It has stimulating ad vantage* found In no #ther bread ft took real baking achievement 1 to develop It. To obtain the roar*. bulk necessary to perfect eiimti*. Uoa and combine the nutrition con talned In sugar, yet void ot the harmful effect, crushed wheat and pure honey were combined. Make This Ten-Day Test If you are troubled with faulty elimination, switch to Raymond's Honey Krushed Wheat Bread for ten days. After the third or fourth day you will begin to feel more peppy, your bowels will begin to move regularly and you will feel like a different person. <3o to your grocers today and be sure to get the original and genu ine Reymond's Honey Krushed Wheat Bread. Bat a slice with your eyes shut. You'll be sur prised at Its marvelous flavor and almost swear It is full of nut meats. It is tastier than other breads because It contains an abundant supply ot honey. Be sure to get Raymond's Honey Krushed Wheat Bread. Look for the moisture proof wrapper with the Cellophane window that shows the extra outer coating of crushed wheat on the crust.—AtlcrrtiM BRUTALLY SLAIN •a. ■ • -5— Victim of a brutal assault, Mil dred Hallmark, 19, above, was found dead In a ditch near a Peoria, 111., ocmctery four blocks from her home, her neck broken and her face and head lacerated. Police believe the girl wus waylaid as she left a street car. They sought a former Peoria man, who recently escaped from a Detroit hospital. G. 0. P SET FOR SPORTSPROGRAM Recreation Galore Planned for New London Con -• vention Jane 29 An extensive recreational pro gram la being planned for the New England Conference of Young Re publican! which will be held at Eastern Point, New London, on June 29 and SO, Lewis E. Ooodsell of Bethel, Connecticut chairman on arrangements, announced to day. Following adjournment of the afternoon session at 4:30 o'clock Saturday, the 29th, facilities will be provided for golf, tennis, swim ming, baseball, boating, cards, and a steamer tour of the beautiful and famous New London harbor. There will be a nominal fee for golf, tennis and swimming, Mr. Ooodsell said, the other things on the program being free. The golfers will tee up on the course of the Bhenecosaett Country club, the locale for the yearly Shenecossett tournaments which attract the best golfers In the country. Tennis and baseball will be played on the grounds of the Griswold Hotel where the confer ence Is being held. Provisions for cards will be made at the hotel. Swimming will be had at a nearby bathing beach, while the steamer trip will start and end off the ho tel. Following the banquet and eve ning session of the conference, there will be free dancing until 2 a. m. In the sea-breese swept dance hall of the hotel, A seven piece orchestra will furnish the music. Arrangements have also been made for the young Republi cans to enjoy dancing in the newly Police Orders Issued On Saturday’s Parade Sergeant George Gooding in Charge of Detail Traffic Regulations Posted—Three Platoons to Report Older 1667, June 20th, 1035. To the officers and Member* of the Police Dept.: The following detnll for the Con necticut Snengerfest parade, Sat urday, June 22d: Sturts at 12:46 p. m. standard time. Kscort: Sergt. Gooding In com mand: Santorn, Dereskevlce, Park er, Collins, McKenna, Moynthun, Whlston, Smith, McDonnell, l’nkul. Hobart, O'Loughlln, O'Dea. Flavin, Caffory. Motor patrol: Overton, first; ALLEGED ‘TIPSY5” DRIVER JAILED Accused Pladead Guilty to Charge — Given Sen tence of 10 Days First Jail sentenuo on a tipsy driving charge Imposed here In some time wns given In city court to-day to Joseph Wasky, 23, of 21 Suncrest avenue. The term, one of 10 days, was Imposed by Judge John F. McGrath. Wasky pleaded guilty to having been under the Influence of liquor while driving, May 22nd. He wns arrested on that date by Motor Patrolman John Walsh and John McDonnell, and booked by Captain ltlchard LoRoy, The Jail sentence was Imposed after counsel for the youth said that the uccused would bo unable to pay a, money fine. Vincent Perrottl, 18. of 429 Baldwin street, charged with op erating without a license und driv ing a enr without lights, wns fined 36 and cost*. Execution of the pay ment of the line was postponed for two weeks. Continuance of a week wns given Peter Horbnrhuk, 18, of 270 Beech er uvenue, charged with breuch of the peace, He was arrested after a neighborhood quarrel. Klmllar continuance was given John Hollolt, 42, of 993 North Main street, who was arrested May 18th for alleged evasion of responsibil ity. _ FINED $100 Kostanttnns Burba of 11 Harriet avenue pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence of liquor when urralgned In Houthlngton town court last evening and wns fined 3100 and costs. Judge J. Lambert Degnnn remitted 960 of the fine and Burba wns released on payment of 302.76. Dwyer, second. Report it 12:30 p. m. The following report at head quarters at 11:30 a. m. and at place of assignment at 12:45 a. m.: Freight etreet: No parking. Capt. LeRoy, Hunlhan, Xleily 1st, Norton, O'Neill, O'Rourke, Luddy, Hag gerty, Tehan, Shea. Grand street from Meadow street to Bank street: No parking on south side, or In front of Chase building. Sergt. Duggan, Overton 2d, Kavanaugh, Phelnn 2d, llerry, Tettlt, Lovnllo, Dceley, Culleton, Naniaek, Hcspclt, Hurley, Harris. Bank street from Grand street to Exchange place: No parking either side. Sergt. Hayes, Boulung er, Hartnett, Cluney, Brennan. Mc Cabe, Lacey, Summon, McCarthy 1st. Hast Main street from Exchange place to Cherry street: No parking either side. Lieut. Mulvtlle, Car mody, Morrissey, Dunn 1st, Buck miller, Carroll, Ferrlter, Hurlbut, Blodgett, Hayes 6th, Kennedy, Clark. McElllgott 1st. Chorry street from East Main street to North Main street: No parking on east side, no parking also from Vine street to North Main street on either elds. Sergt. Phelan, Murphy, Verrastro, Dunn 2d, l'annone, Karpelman, Chris tlnat, Griffin, Stango, Boylan, Sheehan, Joyce, Earley. North Main street to West Muln street' No parking on west side. Sergt. Htllborg, Fennessey, Lynch 2d, McKnack, Marian >, Mecca, Ds Nurdo, Norton. Nolan, Magro, Ken ney, liarll, Cass, Johnson, Phelan 4th. West Main street from North Main to Willow streets: No park ing on north side to Central uve nue. Sergt. Wilton, Walsh, Dowling, Uuarlnl, Hughes, -Htggtns, Dwyer 1st, Martin, Lynch 1st, Uergln. Phelnn 5th, Meaney, Lawlor. Meadow street from West Main street to Grand street: No parking m west side. Sergt. Errleo, Red ding, Begg, McCarthy 4th. Lieut. Dunphy assist at Exchange placo. * TURNER CLASSES GUESTS AT FETE Boys, Girls Enjoy Party Concluding Season's Activities As a concluding activity of the present season the boy*' and girls' elaaaca of the Waterbury Turners combined yesterday afternoon. Physical Director William Kultsow led the combined groups In al per iod of free exercises and games and apparatus work. Following the period on the gym floor several of the girls assisted as hostessos In serving a buffet lunch. Mr. Kultsow began his duties as physical director In March und since then the boys and girls have ben active on the gym floor twice a week. The girls attend on Monday and Thursday and the boys on Tuesday and Friday. The classes will be discontinued for the sum mer and will begin activities again In September. The ladles who meet on Monday and Thursday evening and the men who meet Tuesday and Friday evening will also con clude their gym class activities this week. The turners will also be active during the state Saengerfest which takes place on Saturday and Sun day of this week. In the parade on Saturday afternoon the Turners w|U enter a float showing several gymnasts at work on various ap paratus. All the classes will march In gym uniform. Among those present at the chil dren’s party was: Dorothy Butler, Mildred Kalwet. Helen Kledsal kowskl. Marguerite Tapkcn. Rose I Marie and Marguarlte Wledorn, Bernice Deady, Elsie Wenker, El frteda and Dorothy Jabs, Louise and Lucy Dl Cola, Marie Colacl, Barbara Hummel, Beatrice King, Eleanor Becker, Vera Severson. Myrtle Hansen. Robert Drapatin, Howard Dal ton, Arnold and William Schmol Unger, Herman Graf, Joseph and Carl Breuer, Albert and Fred Wle dorn. Walter Jabs, Francis Hum mel. Sebastian Cavlagea. Richard C la gey, August Gerard, Walter Martinson. Arnold Norelll, Angelo Hummi, Canto Krlehettl. France's new public works pro gram Is giving work to nuiny un employed. b«ilt grtllwlthoot Paying the cus tomary cover charge. Qeorga E. MaeDougall of New London, chairman of the commit tee on reservations, haa announced that a large number of resarva Uona have already bean received. Connecticut Young Republicans are holding a morning, session at 10:t0; the New England session opens at 2:10 p. m. Prominent Young Republican leaders of the New England states, New York and New Jersey will be the prin cipal speakers at all sessions. [ Prance's new program of na tional defense is giving employment to many. CASTRENSE SOCIETY OUTING ANNOUNCED The Reciproca Castrense society will hold ita annual outing at Qraco Park on Bmdley avenue, Sunday afternoon. Moat of the Itallan-Amerlcan ao oletiea of the city will be repre aented by large delegatlona. Sport ing oonteeta and gamea will be held and a band concert by Prof. O. Oenttle'a band. The aociety la an old organisation and very popular. The committee on arrangement* ia headed by Brcoli Domenico, chair man; Gregorio Menoto, secretary; AmbrOaio Maggi, treasurer; and in cludM Agoattno Agostini, Costan tlno Marabotttnl, Bnrlco MUirhl. Alebrando Pellegrini, AttlHo Mara bottlnl. Bnrlco Scateria, Umberto Contadlnt, Giuseppe Fortunl, Luigi Blglnl, Aurello Brualdl, BHO Erasmo, Vlneonao Lentl, Antonio Di Francesco, Olullo CordelU Is president of the society. HE WAS KIND TO ME Martins Ferry, O.—(UP)—The will of E. C. Boyd left $600 to his half-brother. T. J. Berkley, with the statement: "He was kind to me when a boy.” The bulk of the man’s $$0,000 estate went to three daughters. BJ. Robert Stevenson of thin city will be one ot the mein speakers at the tablet unveiling tomorrow in honor ot Joel Barlow, Revolu tionary war figure and one ot Con necticut's noted oltisens. The cere monies are to be held at Redding. The United States ambassador from France. Andre de la Boulaye will be one of the distinguished guests at the event The unveiling will take place on the Barlow home stead, birthplace of the farm boy who was a close trlehd of George Washington. He died while on a treaty mission to contact Napoleon The mnt tomorrow la to ba ob served u part of tha state** tar cantanary ealcbratlon. COLLEGE PRESIDENT RESIGNS Aahland, O.—(UP)—Dr Edwin B. Jacobs, president of Aahland colics* for 19 years, has submitted hi raalsnatlon. In hla resignation Dr Jacubs recommended tha ap pointment of Dr Charlaa L. Ana pach as hla successor. Dr Anspach, former dean ft Ashland college, resigned recently from the faculty of Michigan State Normal collage, at Ypsllanti. , Buy Everything for Your Car on Sears Convenient 12 pnvmEiiT pinn You pay Sears regular low prices, plus a small carrying charge ... instead of the usual higher time payment prices asked elsewhere. 50 Payments as Low as a Week Tire Prices Drastically SLASHED Buy your tire mileage on a reliable written guarantee. Sears have the real Tire Values. Free Tire Mounting ALL STATE CRUSADERS Guarantees 12 Months 30x3 Vi $3.70 4.50x20 $3.95 4.40x21 $3.88 4.75x19 $4.10 100Vacuum distilled. 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