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PEACE POLICY OF U. S. UNDER EXPERTS FIRE Views of Wilson, Kellogg and Stimson Should Be Shunned, Is Warning. Bu Rrripps-Hotrard Xevtpaper Alliance WASHINGTON, June 30.—The United States Is toying with dyna mite when it follows the peace foli cies of Wilson, Kellogg and Stim son. Judge John Bassett Moore in timates in a denunciatory article appearing in "Foreign Affairs." Flaying boycotts, arms embargoes, war outlawry, consultative pacts and the whole idea of attempting to define and punish aggressor na tions, he rapped those who propose such measures as both reckless and a menace to world peace. Judge Moore was an assistant state secretary under Grover Cleve land. Untii recently he was a mem ber of the world court. He has rep resented the United States at many international conferences. Hitting apparently at President Roosevelt, he characterized Amer ica’s definition of an aggressor state last month at Geneva as "futile.” “The simplest and most accurate definition of an aggressor,” Norman Davis, the President’s ambassador at large, proposed at the disarma ment conference, “is one whose armed forces are found on alien soil in violation of treaties.” Judge Moore suggests that whether or not the framer of this definition was aiming at the Jap anese in Manchuria, he hit the United States for its occupation of Vera Cruz in 1914 in violation of the arbitration treaty of 1848. SAT. ONLY! / \’*7. WHITE HATS 2 for _ mini CREPES Turbans and Brims. Ail Hcadsizes. Regular $1 and $1.44 Quality. 26-28 E. Washington St. ftfiUßß® 26-28 East Washington Street COOL—NEW—CRISP Wash jk. Frocks^T^v PIQUES, VOILES, <s*2 i ORGANDIES and BATISTE^„ |H Prints, \ X A|H Pin Dots, V- X ... •? r t H Checks, \ ’/V [U pH Plaids 1 \\/ * and I J , Florals I Af H t Women \ 1 and Misses \ , Newest Styles! j V“jl^ = '— All Fast Colors! I J Smartest Patterns! n’YTX V/ | For Sports and jaW Daytime Wear. / brenn'SS£-^— L2 HERE’S ONE WAY TO KEEP COOL THESE DAYS '' 4 ' 4 1 Left to right, Bessie Mae Beelar, Catherine Cobb and Harriet Cruse. Cooling equipment of the Palace theater makes a fine spray of water on the theater roof, which lowered the temperature several de grees Wednesday for Bessie Mae Beelar. Catherine Cobb and Harriet Cruse. PURE GRAIN ALCOHOL TO BE PUT ON SALE Pints Will Retail at $1.25, Whole sale Firm Representative Says. Lessons learned in the bone dry era are expected to stand alcohol manufacturers in good stead as they look for profits as a result of relax ing rigid dry law regulations re cently. S. L. Swift, local representative of a wholesale alcohol firm announced today that his concern will begin selling pure grain alcohol for in ternal use, Saturday. Pints will re tail for $1.25. According to a ruling by the United States bureau of industrial alcohol, such alcohol may be pre scribed by physicians for external uses such as rubbing, as well as for internal purposes, Swift said. PARK CHIEFS TO MEET Association Convention Will Be Held in Ft. Wayne. Bp Vnited Press FT. WAYNE, June 30.—Arrange ments were being made for the annual convention of the Indiana Association of Park Departments which will be held here Sept. 11 and 12. Professor R. B. Hull, Purdue uni versity landscaper, will be the principal speaker and the members will visit the new filtration plant. It is one of the few municipally owned plants in the state. Two Identified as Bandits Raymond Robbins, 28, of 915 Horton street, and William Brooks, 23, of 623 Fayette street, both Ne groes, were arrested Thursday and identified as the bandits who held up William Johnson, 917 Fayette street, taxi driver, Saturday night. BANK WINS $137,959 POOR AID JUDGMENT Center, Wayne and Perry Townships Lose Court Skirmish. Judgment for a total of $37,959.42 in poor relief claims of Center, Wayne and Perry townships, was given today by Superior Judge Wil liam A. Pickens against Marion county in favor of the Bankers Trust Company. The sum is for poor relief sup plies sold to the townships from Sept. 1 to Oct. 15, 1932, claims for which were assigned by holders to the trust company as trustee. Interest on the judgment will be at the rate of 6 per cent from Dec. 3, 1932, the court ordered. Judgment against Center town ship is for $120,670.50; Wayne, $12,- 552.93, and Perry, $4,765.99. STAFF OF COMMERCE OFFICE IS REDUCED Assistant Manager to Remain in U. S. Department Quarters. Staff of the local office of the United States department of com merce, second floor Chamber of Commerce building, will be reduced to one man, effective Saturday. Only Francis Wells, assistant manager, will be in the office after today. Kenneth H. Dame, who has been manager, and two employes either will be removed from the federal pay roll or assigned to some other office. Commerce Secretary Daniel C. Roper had intended to close the of fice here and those in nine other cities as part of an economy pro gram. However, the office was retained with the understanding that the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce will provide quarters and clerical help. CELEBRATION PLANNED Big July Fourth Program Is Sched uled at Winona Lake. By Vnited Press WINONA LAKE, Ind., June 30. Fourth of July will be celebrated here with turtle, bicyclt and out board motor races and a tug of war. The latter event will be held on the fifty-foot canal separating McDonald’s island from the main land. A double-header baseball game betw'een the Winona Service team and the Ft. Wayne All-Stars in the afternoon will be followed by a j concert by the Russian Cossack j chorus. The New Telephone Directory “ CLOSING NOW is the time to think of changes of address, extra listiags and additional telephone require mt nts ;;; the new Telephone Directory goes to press soon and you must act at once in order that the changes' Do Yea Need y° u desire can be included. Ert Lifting,? Extra directory listings cost but a few cents a day, Additional a °d make your business or home telephones more Telephone easily accessible to prospects and friends; Sendee? Changes of address or corrections in present listings Oiensea for the new edition should be called to ouir attention of Addre*? at once. Telephone Directory advertisers, too, will find it to Cass the their advantage to notify ns of their advertising Directory Department requirements at the earliest possible date; INDIANA BELL TELEPJtONE COMPANY THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES ~ BOATS STOLEN ATLONGACRE Numerous Thefts in City Over Night Reported to Police. Two green metal boats were stolen from the Longacre swimming pool, 4700 Madison avenue, early today or Thursday night, Edward Thompson, manager, reported to police. The boats bore the numerals 3 and 6, respectively, on the bows. Breaking a lock on the door of an automobile owned by Russell Hamilton of Pittsburg, Pa., thieves stole clot King valued at $175 while the car was parked on Maryland street east of Meridian street, Thurs day night. Miss Ruth Moore of the Brevort hotel, 207 North Illinois street, re ported to police that while she was moving to the hotel from 1123 North New Jersey street, Thursday, her apartment at that address was en tered at a front window and a ra dio, valued at S3O, stolen. Hugh Thimler, Royal Center, Ind., reported to police Thursday night that his car had been broken into while it was parked at Capitol ave nue and Washington street, and bank books and papers valued at $240 stolen. A sneak thief stole .$2.15 cash and eight car tokens from the home of Miss Emma Miller, 3001 North New Jersey street, Thursday night. Foot Crushed in Crash Robert Norris, 23, of 2427 Guilford avenue, incurred a crushed left foot and fractures of two toes today at Illinois and Michigan streets, when the motorcycle he was riding was struck by an automobile driven by Mrs. Mildred Henry, 25, 3771 Cres cent drive. SHOP WISELY! Stock up for Summer in this Spectacular M SUMMER SHOES Numerous Styles White Pig, White • / Mm/ Buck, White Kid, I. White Linen and White Mesh. J / All Sizes, 3 to 9. All Widths, AAA to C. CITY MAN HONORED gw William F. Hurd Building commissioner of In dianapolis. William F. Hurd, is the new secretary of the Building Offi cials of America, with member ship in the United States and Canada. He was elected at the annual conference Thursday in Chicago. ARCHITECT IN DISPLAY Leslie F. Ayers Sketches Exhibits; Series to Be Held. Modern trends in architecture feature a display of sketches by Leslie F. Ayres in the architects’ permanent exhibit at the Architects and Builders’ building, 333 North Pennsylvania street. Ayres’ work is the first exhibit in a series of displays in which dif ferent architects will have the show space for a week each, according to J. F. Cantwell, exhibit director. SUIT ATTACKS GAS RATE CUT Northern Indiana Company Files Action in U. S. • Court. A 16-cent gas rate cut ordered by the public service commission June 17 is attacked as confiscatory in a siut filed in federal court Thursday by the Northern Indiana Public Service Company. The company, which serves South Bend and forty-four other commun ities, in its complaint, charges that the rates set by the commission will produce only 2.25 per cent re- j turn on the $4,860,000 valuation it claims. Establishment of rates which will produce 8 per cent on this valuation is asked. The defendant public service com- j mission, through the attorney-gen eral, agreed to suspend enforce- j ment of the new rates, w ? hich were to have gone into effect Saturday, j until after a hearing before three judges in federal court on applica- j g - Free Delivery to Any Part fSt t 1 Q # 'J'HE NATION’S Us M !W Jj dud the return of IL| (f**. £ 1926 prices, and we W if \ I that a suite of this Q L 'I 11 ' 1 "' sr.ld for W V ■tfutind ss>i in jry v § " • 1 "< • pro. gSSr Take ' •- H ff ' tntacp of them * ’ [fn now hy using our iMr fir. tjJjP Budget Payment Plan. ffli "'** "' ou, d like to this flip suite. For we he . -'‘Hf fi' th-'t 11 >" one ' ' 11l of the outstanding .fi| W§P values of the sea -15 Ijllw ' T ANARUS, . _ # hi? son. Beautifully de- O w •*n ts Beautiful 3-Piece $8 signed in every de- H[ 1m sbmv n nr. a m\ tail and carefully f 9 Bedroom " In Walnut Veneers $ 39 Convenient a . In | I If you’ve been looking for an un- 3| fil Drawers Jf § ’ la ' r usual value—if you have really 9 Q M&peL Ila, F wanted a fine suite see this one 3 u tomorrow. 1 3 j i 50'ft. Garden Hose Directly Opposite Statehouse tion for a temporary injunction. This suit is the first attack on constitutionality of the section of the new public service commission statute enacted at the last legisla tive session permitting the commis Value I lIP TT ' ' II = IB l 0 II 11 Exl r a 1 a r jf e I I U I II cases, up to 28 |U !| jl inch size, and ex i ||| tra strong for ll' • “checking.” Buy be —fore the big raise. .JUNE 30, 1933 sion to leave out “going value” in fixing utility valuations. The company charges this item was omitted in its valuation and asks that a going value of $475,000 be allowed.