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ROOSEVELT IS NOT WORRIED OVER WORLD PARLEY FATE Conference of Minor Importance in Presi dent’s Program Which Seeks Recovery By Efforts at Home. BY RAYMOND CLAPPER United Prent Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. July 6.—The fate of the world economic conference is of minor importance in the Roosevelt program because the President is striking out to win recovery by efforts at home. He Is unmoved by European tactics. Foreign criticism only tends to make him more confident of the support of the people of the United States. The key to his policy is simple. He believes that the United States can get quicker results by action at home than by waiting for fifty na tions to reconcile conflicting views. At home America is in complete control of its own situation. To depend upon international agree ments for results would be depend ing upon a situation over which the United States had little control, the administration believes. Thinks in Terms of Home This policy has been made emphat tically clear in President Roosevelt’s latest message to the American dele gation at London. It is a complete reversal of the Hoover policy. The previous administration held that the United States was depend ent upon world recovery for its own prosperity. Mainly it attempted to keep banks, railroads and other in stitutions afloat by loans until world conditions righted themselves. President Roosevelt is thinking in terms of Kansas wheat fields, south ern cotton fields, New England tex tile mills, Pennsylvania coal mines, the Tennessee river valley. He believes if farmers can get good prices, if labor can get living wages, if industry can get reasonable prices, the country will prosper. Foreign trade, regarded by the Hoover administration as a general commercial outlet which wyuld spell prosperity, is seen by President Roosevelt as a group of special mar kets for certain commodities such as cotton, in which there are sur pluses. Mind Is Made Ud There is little hope here that other nations will abandon their economic nationalism which is ex pressed through high tariffs, embar goes and import quotas. Some of the President’s closest advisers hold that foreign trade is a result of prosperity, rather than the other way around. They argue that once nations get on their feet internally by balancinb budgets and raising price 'evels, a certain atnount of international trade comes automatically. The argument as to whether this is sound may rage indefinitely, but President Roosevelt has made up his mind, and he is proceeding in his own way. EMERGENCY FUNDS ARE SOUGHT FOR COUNTY Measures to Provide Money for Bills, Pay Rolls Is Puzzle. Bn ! Press C \WFORDBVILLE. ind., July 6- r t ;cncy measures for re ple ns the Montgomery county treasury were being considered here today, following announcement that funds in all but one department were exhausted. Employes and officials will be un paid, and payment of all bills will be deferred for four months unless the county council is able to provide emergency funds, officials an nounced. The 1933 legislature's action in easing penalties on delinquent taxes, and levies recently approved by the county adjustment board, were blamed for the county’s p’ight. DISPLAYS WAR POSTERS Collection to Be Shown at Exchange Club Meeting. A collection of war posters gath ered here and abroad will be shown at the meeting of the Exchange Club Friday at the Washington by Phil Lewis, a war veteran. Before going overseas, Lewis started collecting war posters. He requested his family to continue the collection while he was abroad. Lewis added to it while in France and England. CRASH CAUSES DEATH Auto Accident at Nora Fatal to Man in Kokomo Hospital. By United Press KOKOMO. Ind.. 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For one thing, crowds still are THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES standing in long lines before the old Hippodrome theater, where ex cellent grand opera is being per formed for 25 to 99 cents admis-1 sion by a cast built around some ' stars of the Chicago Opera Com pany. For another thing, Mr. George Blumenthal, who used to be asso ciated with Oscar Hammerstein, is about to start a season of Wagne rian opera—at low prices, in Eng lish, and with the Met's own or chestra and several of its stars, in cluding Frances Aida. A woman, Leginska, will conduct at least one performance. Os course, both of these are summer ventures, ancf are not yet menaces to the Metropolitan’s box office. But it is very likely that they will be reorganized, with new talent, to carry on next fall and win ter. Also there Is a chance that Mr. Blumenthal's orga nization will move into the enormous Music Hall at Rockefeller Cen ter. Such a possibil ity recalls the fact that the entire $250,000,000 Rocke feller Center de- velopment was begun on the strength of the Met’s promise, sub- sequently broken, to move into a new home there. And it recalls the grim threat at tributed to one of the Rockefeller associates: “If the Metropolitan won’t move in here with us, we'll find or organize an opera company that will.” The current successes at the Hip podrome (a theater where practi cally every other type of entertain ment has failed* are enough to convince the canniest promoters that millions of ordinary people are eager to pay ordinary prices for opera. Also it is pretty generally known by now that Americans like opera in English, despite the ideas of the .snooty old Met. Leginska INDICTMENTS PERIL REGIME OF 6,0. P. ! Machine Struck Hard Blow in Pennsylvania. Zij/ Scrippt-Uotcard S etrtpaprr Alliance WASHINGTON. 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