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SALE RESTRICTED Gangdom Is Nearly Stripped of Deadly Weapon, Says Distributor. By 'he Associated Press PITTSBURGH. June 28—J. W Young, nationally known authority on firearms and distributor of the sub machine gun, said last night that gang dom has virtually been stripped of this type of weapon. Tightened State and city legislation ι and close co-operation of police and dealers the country over have com bined to seize one of the deadliest of weapons from the hands of ruthless killers, he asserted. None Known in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh police said inquiry has failed to uncover a single submachine j gun in possession of underworld char- I acters here. Young added they are few and far between in other cities. The New York dealer explained the part manufacturers and their agents have played in the successful cam- ; paign to keep the guns from reaching characters outside the law. "The gun is sold only to police de partments, branches of the United States Government, sheriffs, penitenti ary officials and banks," he declared. Text of Agreement. "They are required to sign a state ment which reads: " 'We agree to retain this gun and not to dispose of it through sale or gift without the written consent of the manufacturer.' "Under the former plan of distribu tion by dealers before we took control. It was sometimes possible for a gangster to tempt a dealer with four or Ave times thp regular purchase price of the gun. "No submachine gun can be pur chased by individuals." FLORENCE VIDOR MOTHER Actress Has Son, Her Second | Child. HOLLYWOOD. June 28 Birth ! of an 8-pound son to Florence Vidor. motion picture actress and wife of Jascha Heifetz. violinist, was announc- j ed at a hospital here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Heifetz have a daughter two years old. The new arrival is to be named Rob- j ert Joseph. KEATON BUYS YACHT Tilm Star to Name New Craft '•Natalie'' for Wife. BAN FRANCISCO. June 28 (JP> — Bustçr Keaton, turned mariner, slipped in through the Golden Gate yesterday aboard a new yacht, which he an nounced would be named "Natalie of Loe Angeles" in honor of his wife, Mrs. Natalie Talmadge Keaton. Mrs. Keaton made the trip from Seattle, where the yacht was purchased, by train. "As soon as I can get away," the mo tion picture comedian said, "we re going to Panama." MEXICAN VOTE IN DOUBT Gen. Beal Beported Ahead in Bace for Durango Governor. MEXICO CITY. June 28 OP).—The result of a spirited gubernatorial elec tion in the State of Durango Sunday remained in doubt last night, although a dispatch from Gomez Palacio said it was believed there that Gen. Carlos Real had won. His opponent. Jose Ramon Valdez, was the candidate of the dominant Na tional Revolutionary party and it was thought likely here that Valdez had won All votes were not yet counted. Five persons were injured in an elec tion riot. SOVIET DOOMS FIVE Charges Theft, Illegal Price-Bais ing and Aiding Speculators. MOSCOW. June 28 OP).—Five em ployes of Moscow's state retail stores were sentenced to death today after a six-day trial on charges of defrauding the state of 1,000,000 rubles (nominally $500,000) by theft, illegal raising of prices and by supplying speculators with goods. Seven others were sentenced to 10 years in prison and eight were sent to jail for three to five years. Three other defendants were acquitted. There are in the United States some Τ000 trade associations. Heads Sorority TAU PHIS CHOOSE DISTRICT MEMBER AS PRESIDENT. MRS. ERMA PATTERSON. —Star Staff Photo. A Washington girl will head Tau Phi Sorority during the coming year. Mrs. Erma Patterson, 1303 Randolph street, was elected national president at the three-day convention concluded in Knoxville, Tenn., Sunday. Mrs. Pat terson Is the retiring president of the Washington Council. Two other members from Washing ton also won national offices. Miss Martha Bean as secretary and Miss Katherine Poltz. custodian. The other officers are Miss Ruth Gentry, Knox ville, national vice president, and Miss Sarah Newburn, Atlanta, treasurer. The sergeant at arms and chaplain will be named from Baltimore, where the 1933 convention is to be held. National headquarters for the com ing year will be in Washington, at the Rocsevelt Hotel. There were 27 members of the Wash ington Council at the Knoxville con vention. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Honolulu Student Identified as At tacker of Maid. HONOLULU, June 28 <A>).—Henry Chu Hing, 18, high school student, was arrested yesterday in connection with the attempted criminal assault on a 23-year-old Japanese maid. Detectives said the youth admitted the attempted attack and was posi tively identified by the maid as her as sailant. She said the youth seized her and dragged her into the bushes in a Honolulu residential section as she was on her way to work. WARNS OF SALARY CUTS Educator Says Standards Must Be Kept Up. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J„ June 28 (/Ρ).—Joseph Rosier, president of the State Teachers' College at Fairmont, W. Va„ today warned the 70th annual convention of the National Education Association that any drastic lowering of the income and standards of living af the Nation's school teachers "would produce most distressing effects upon the basic economic structure." "Teachers are a group that will not sell America short," he said. Brother of Andrew Mellon; Scores Rockefeller's Wet j Stand. By the Associated Tress. j BRIAR CLIFF MANOR. Ν. Y„ June ! 28.—James R. Mrllon. 87-year-cid pjtts- j burgh banker and brother of the 1 American Ambassador to Great Britain. ! defended the eighteenth amendment in j principle, but favored modification of the present liquor laws in a speech de livered at Briar Cliff Lodge last night before the Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. Held Too Arbitrary. "The mistake " he said, referring to the adopticn of the eighteenth amend- | ment, "was in making it too arbitrary ι at the start. The country should not ' have been deprived of liquor with such I a jolt "I favor submission of the prohibition question to the pe pie of the United States. They ought to have a chance to deliberate upon it. The people now are handicapped, however, because these are peculiar times. The whole world is upside down and every one does as he pleases." He criticized the stand of John D. Rockefeller, jr., on the question. Sees Big Influence. "Mr. Rockefeller is entitled to his opinion that prohibition is a failure," he said, "but in coming out so promi nently with such a view he has influ- : enced a great many people against a j movement which had its worthwhile points." Film Couple to Travel. LOS ANGELES. June 28 UP).—Rod Laroche and his wife, Vilma Banky, both of the screen, applied to Federal authorities yesterday for passports for a vacation trip to Europe. To PHILADELPHIA by Boat leaving from Baltimore C AVF. money and enjoy a pleasant ^ overnight water trip by taking the boat from Baltimore to Phil adelphia. Comfortable accommodations on a modern, luxurious steamer. Costs less than any other method of travel. Boats leave Baltimore Monday 5 P.M. Wednesday 5 P.M. Friday 5 P.M. Arrive Philadelphia about 7 Λ.Μ. Sensational Cleaning Offer! LADIES' A " g e t · acquainted-' DRESSES Coats—Suit*—Sportswear CLEANED & PRESSED offer to popularize VOGUE'S HIGH-GRADE SPECIAL PROCESS CLEANING —send us your clothes NOW—be fore you take that trip! TWO DAYS ONLY— Regularly $1.50 to $3.50 AND 'ΊΗ THIRS. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Vogue "Home of The Special Procett" CLEANERS—DYERS—LAUNOERERS 3rd and Eye Streets N.E. PHONE Atlantic 0023 CLEARANCE of SHOES ! $5-85 Our Entire Stock of Women's Shoes Drastically Reduced! Shoes that have won fame for Fit, for Sen ice, for Style and Character. The superior shoe service of Edmonston & Co., is nation ally known and when you pur chase such merchandise at such prices, you get genuine bar gains. VALUES UP TO $12.00. $«•85 Sdmonston'JG). ι INCORPORATED ===== CARL M. BFTZ, Mir. 612 13th Street β*"'»™.. Learn to Stay Young l et Miss Sally Purgason, personal represent ative of Dorothy Gray, tell you the secret— consult her this week in our Toiletries Sec tion. Toiletries. Aisle 18, First Floor. Woodward &Lothrop ——» 10™ 11™ F and G Streets Wherever THE FOURTH Takes You Brimmed Felts, $5 There is nothing more flattering with Summer frocks. In white, smartly perforated—like the one sketched—and in absolutely luscious pastels, so chic with those chalky pastel frocks. Wide or narrow brims—as you like them. Millinery, Third Floor. Whether you go to the beach—the links, the courts, the club—or no further than a shady tree in your own backyard—you will want chic, comfortable, cool clothes. AND HERE THEY ARE—at prices that come right down to earth. You will find all the smart things pictured—and hosts more, on THE FASH IΟ IS FLOOR. THE THIRD —lead the field for all sports this season. There are types for all the active sports—as well as for "ringside'' seats on the country club porch. Plenty of those new cool meshes—diagonal weaves that are very much liked —novelty cottons — in WHITE and colors— simply and well tailored. Sportswear, Third Floor. TWO SPECIALS 700 Yards Printed Bemberg Georgette 58c yard —in stock this season at 75c and SI Both light and dark grounds, in a charming array of designs. So smart, so very inexpensive for sheer, cool frocks—for daytime or evening. 750 Yards Pebble-Ray 38c yard —in stock this season at 75c One of the smartest sports fabrics of the season—colored designs on white or tinted grounds—in a gre3t variety of colors.* Cottons, Second Floor Little Women Misses' Printed Chiffons *13 .50 —the backbone of every smart young thing's Sum mer wardrobe. She wears them in their darker, smaller patterns for town and travel—with little jackets to accompany them — with flattering wide capes, for afternoon —and, in the evening, wherever she dances. Misses' Frocks Third Floor. V" Κ Ε »>( h* IMInm mi.. \ < îliLÎlf Xw&>. *ηγκ*ϊ·λ i w -V -3 ο ΓwWà ri vy h m ™3Ûi <4j \, !■ ? SWIM in White Swim suits—or suits to just "tan" in, for that matter—have gone white in a big way this season. White jerseys—white di agonal streamlines—white waffle weaves—all lined —sometimes adding a dashing bit of color, in the sketch: The Bras siere-Suit $10.75 The Waffle-Suit $5 Floppy Beach Hats 11.95 Sportswear, Third Floor. Choose SHEERS —not only because these sheer printed frocks are so cool— so comfortable — so right for so many oc casions—but also be cause they are so very becoming. The pat terns—the colors—the designs—all are smart ones that have been here at much higher prices this season. Sizes 33'/i to 41 \'χ. Spicial-Size Frocks Third Floor. m U'l Jacket Frocks for Women S16 5° Every woman should hav· at least one jacket frock—preferably one that will tub well—in her Summer wardrobe. And just such jacket frocks are these—fine crepes and jacquard silks—white and pastels. Women's Frocks, Third Floor m m Unlined Chillies —are the "grand" sport* shoes of the season. Two smart and popular members here are these: Unlined, perforated white buck Ghillie, with low Darex heel and sole $12.50 Unlined, perforated brown calf Ghillie with built-up Con tinental heel $8.50 WOltEN , Third Floor Shoes • · · » _ · Λ • · :· · : .