BOOM IN STOCK MARKET
TO BE WATCHED CLOSELY
BY SENATE QUIZ AGENTS
Investigators Ordered to Keep Eyes Open
for Any Evidence of Illegitimate
Operations by Bulls or Bears.
BY LYLF. C. WILSON #
I mtrd Pr**s MaPF (Virmporuifitt
WASHINGTON. July 7—Senate stork market investigators went to
New York today with orders from Chairman Duncan U. Fletcher to
watch the Roosevelt market boom for any evidence of illegitimate bull
or bear operations. *
"If Ferdinand Pecora (senate
committee counsel) advises me evi
dences of illegitimate market opera
tions exist, I either shall immedi
ately summon the committee for an
inquiry, or direct, that, all details be
gathered for future investigation."
Fletcher told the United Press.
"A rise or fluctuation in market
values does not necessarily repre
sent illegitimate operations, but the
opportunity is there, and we shall
have the market under surveillance
throughout the summer during the
recess of the investigation.
"Commodity prices are rising in
consequence of new governmental
policies, and naturally are bringing
securities up with them. It remains
to be seen whether the rises are
justified. I easily can be in touch
with Pecora by telephone through
out the summer."
STATE AID TO PARLEY
McNutt Sends Greetings to Business
Women at South Bend.
Mrs. Hazel Zaharakos, new assist
ant director of the division of women
and children in the state Industrial
board, will present greetings from
Governor Paul V. McNutt to the
state convention of the Business and
Professional Women's Clubs at South
Mrs. Zaharakos will attend the
three-day convention as a delegate
from Greencastle, her former home
Bhe will go from South Bend to the
national convention of the organra
tion in Chicago, beginning July 10.
NAB ESCAPED CONVICT
Police Surround House, Capture
Ohio Man; Loose One Week.
Surrounding a house on Ralston
avenue, police armed with machine
guns Thursday captured Fred San
ders. alias Jack Freeman, an es
caped convict from the London <O.l
According to police he was sen
tenced to the Ohio state prison two
and a half years ago on a one to
fifteen-year sentence and escaped a
FIELD TO BE HONORED
New Optimist International Chief
To Be Paid Tribute.
V. V. Ernest Field of Indianap
olis, new Optimist International
president, was to be honored at a
"Trtncheon today in the Columbia
club, attended by members of the
local club and of clubs in other In
diana cities and Dayton, O. Speak
ers will include Donaldson G. Trone,
Indianapolis club president, and N.
F. Nolan, Dayton, past international
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June's Heat Booms State
Income From Sale
THAT long June hot spell did
some good, it was revealed to
It boomed beer sales and made
more money for the state through
Figures from the office of Paul
Fry. state excise director, show
that, beer sales reached a new'
high from June 16 to 30. Taxes
were paid on 489,672 gallons, mak
ing a state revenue of $24,483.61.
Previous high was the first eight
days after beer came back, w'hen
$21,711 28 W'as paid.
F. W. Cook Company, Evans
ville, leads the list in payments
from breweries and the two Indi
anapolis importing firms from im
CITY TO PAY LAST DEBT
Whiting Will Be "Out of Red” With
Retirement of SI,OOO Bond.
By United Pres s
WHITING, Ind.. July 7.—The city
of Whiting owes only SI,OOO and has
$90,000 on hand with which to pay
it, John A. Tokarz, city controller,
Bonds amounting to $98,000. owed
by the city since 1930, were almost
entirely retired recently. The only
remaining one will be due next
BANK ORGANIZER QUITS
Wabash Official Flings Charge of
Lack of Co-Operation.
By I nitrd Press
WABASH, Ind., July 7.—Organi
zation of a bank to replace the
Farmers and Wabash National was
at a. standstilll today follow'ing with
drawal of Mark C. Honeywell as
Selected by citizens to direct the
organization. Honeywell said he had
failed to obtain proper co-opera
Number of Needy Decreased
By I nited Press
OLYMPIA, Wash., July 7.—lndi
cative that the general improve
ment in economic conditions
coupled with state and federal un
employment relief plans, state relief
lists count 10,000 less among those
Now You Can Help ‘ Boots’
Don Her Summer Outfit
HERE she is, youngsters! "Boots,” the famous star of the comic
strip, "Boots and Her Buddies,” with two of the garments from
her new summer outfit. The outfit will include twelve garments in all.
The water's fine today, so her new bathing suits especially appeal
to her. And now you can have the fun of trying them on "Boots' ” trim
little figure. Just cut them out and color them. Next there will be
two dresses for "Boots.”
Bad Luck Pursues Woman
By United Press
SEATTLE, July 7.—A few hours
after she had escaped uninjured
when fire destroyed her home, Mrs.
Louise Carter, 63, fell down a flight
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THE' INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
of stairs in her son’s home and
broke her leg.
A bacteriologist recently received
a prize for work showing that bac
terial causes of goiter do not exist.
BUILD NAVY TO
FULL POWER, IS
PLEA TO U. S,
American Arms Reduction
Moves Misunderstood by
Tokjo, Says Howard.
(Continued From Page One)
i navy to quota will give no offense to
these men. %
On the contrary, such action on
our part, dispelling the idea that
America has gone pacific, would be
recognized as insurance against any
unfortunate "incident” which might
be precipitated by short-sighted, but
none the less highly patriotic, mili
Our efforts in the interest of arms
reduction, even including the
gesture involved in our under
building, has been misunderstood
completely in Japan. Possibly we
: were to blame. The idea w'as sound
‘ —still is. It should not be aban
But if today's situation teaches
! anything, it is that, much as it is
to be regretted, in the Far East at
i least, might still makes right, and
anti-w'ar plans and disarmament
proposals will receive a hearing only
when advanced by nations which
: have demonstrated their ability and
their willingness to arm so long as
civilization's greatest stupidity makes
it necessary to do so.
So long as Japan believes America
unwilling to arm up to treaty
quota, she will continue unwilling
to scale down her armament.
Once she sees America is willing
to build up to quota—and beyond,
if the w'orld w'ants to remove the
limit—a different psychology may
develop in the land with w'hich w r e
must one day be in intelligent co
operation. rather than in blind
Four-Legged Chicken Hatched
LA CROSSE. Kan.. July 7. A
| chicken hatched in the Schw'ab
| hatchery here has four legs, but to
| date, has found use for only two
| of them.
Picnic to Be Held Sunday
Two hundred members of the
rhythmic classes conducted by Mrs.
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J. Vidva Lindsey are expected to
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Beach. Forrest L. Hackley. Francis
JULY 7, 1933
M. Cook. Mrs. Helen Whitman and
Miss Betty Krentler are in charge
of the arrangements.
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