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MARGIOTTI CHARGE
IRKS GOV. EARLE
Attorney General Is Warned
to Justify Criticisms
or Quit.
Bt the Associated Press.
HARRISBURG, Fa., March 17.—
Gov. George H. Earle followed up
today a demand that his attorney
general Justify criticisms of Pennsyl
vania’s New Deal administration, or
quit, with a declaration that he would
not be “pressured” to take sides in the
Democratic party’s “family quarrel."
While the capital awaited Attorney
General Charles J. Margiotti's reply
to Gov. Earle’s ultimatum, the Gov
ernor declared he never promised any
candidates or leaders that he would
be neutral in the four-cornered fight
for the party’s gubernatorial nomina
tion.
Mr. Margiotti is an independent and
self-styled “middle of the road” aspir
ant for the nomination for Governor,
In competition with Charles Alvin
Jones, Pittsburgh attorney who has
Indorsement of the Democratic State
Committee, headed by David L.
LawTence: Lt. Gov. Thomas Kennedy,
w ho has the support of C. I. O. Leader
John L. Lewis and United States
Senator Joseph P. Guffey, and former
Mayor William N. McNair of Pitts
burgh.
Gov. Earle, backed by both the State
Committee and Lewis’ group for the
nomination for United States Senator,
took cognizance of reports that various
groups were urging him to come out
in favor of certain candidates.
In a press conference.Slate yesterday,
the Governor said he would give the
attorney general an opportunity to
prove his inferred attack on the Earle
administration during a State-wide
radio broadcast Tuesday night, or leave
the cabinet.
Margiotti asserted the power to
draft much recent labor legislation
was taken out of his hands, and that
as a result, it was tied up in the
courts.
t. y. a.
(Continued From First Page.!
provements and extensions if T. V. A.
took over private systems.
Barkley Is Acceptable.
In the Capitol discussions of the
congressional T. V. A. investigation.
Insiders said Senator Barkley was re
garded as acceptable both to the4 ad
ministration and to non-critics of T.
V. A., who still want the power
agency investigated.
Administration supporters contended
that Republican opponents might seek
to make political capital for the fall
elections if they could conduct a
summer-long investigation. Repub
licans argued that a committee of
friends of the T. V. A. would turn
any investigation into "a whitewash.”
Among the numerous proposals and
counter-proposals for an inquiry, the
latest was one calling for a joint com
mittee of five Senators and five Repre
sentatives.
This resolution has been advanced
by Senators Bridges, Republican, of
New Hampshire, and King, Democrat,
of Utah, and Representatives May,
Democrat, of Kentucky, and Andrews,
Republican, of New York, all of whom
have criticized T. V. A. policies.
Joint Inquiry Favored.
The administration leadership in
both houses has expressed favor of a
Joint inquiry, but if the Bridges-King
May-Andrews resolution were passed,
precedent would call for the appoint
ment of the authors to the investigat
ing committee.
Consequently, some informed legis
lators predicted a new resolution for a
Joint investigation would be offered
soon by an administration supporter—
possibly Mr. Barkley.
Mr. Barkley and his colleagues,
however, withheld action until after
President Roosevelt's scheduled con
ference tomorrow with T. V. A.’s three
directors. The meeting is a sequel to
last week’s gathering, at which Chair
man A. E. Morgan refused to give the
President evidence to support his side
of a policy controversy with Directors
H. A. Morgan and Lilienthal.
The White House said all three di
rectors would appear in person at to
morrow's conference and that James
L. Fly of Knoxville, Tenn., T. V. A.
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FOR 35 YEARS PRESSED
NOTABLES’ SHIRTS.
ALLEN GLASGOW,
Better known as “Dad,” has
smoothed the wrinkles from
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great for 35 years. Yesterday
during the inspection of a
local laundry by members of
the Minimum Wage Board he
told the visitors he had
pressed the shirts of President
Taft, President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, the late Secretary
Mellon and others.
—Star Staff Photo.
them only on their actual cost, less de
preciation.
general counsel, would have lunch
with the President tomorrow.
Mr. Lilienthal talked high finance
yesterday with Mr. Willkie. The spe
cific question was whether the T. V.
A. would buy Willkie properties in the
Tennessee Valley.
Conference Agreeable.
“Our conference was almost agree
able," Mr. Willkie said, "but it went
no further than to establish machinery
for future conferences.” It was his
“guess.” he added, that he and Mr.
Lilienthal would meet again in about
two weeks.
In reply to a question, the utilities
magnate said he was not in a position
to dictate terms for the sale of his
corporation’s electric power systems.
“Mine is not to reason why, mine
but to do or die—or they (T. V. A.)
will duplicate my systems,” he said.
He referred to the $150,000,000 mu
nicipal power program under which
localities may build their own power
properties with the assistance of loans
and grants from the Public Works
Administration.
Mr. Willkie declined to say whether
he would hold out for a price on the
properties as "going concerns" or com
promise on Mr. Lilienthal's advance
statement of willingness to accept
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reorganized under the youthful Gen.
Viscount Gort.
In the House of Commons, however,
Mr. Chamberlain stuck to his guns.
He ignored repeated labor cries of
"Answer!" After Philip P. Noel
Baker, Laborite, asked whether in the
event of armed conflict in Western
Europe, as the result of unprovoked
agression in violation of the League
Covenant, Britain would fulfill its
League and Locarno obligations for
armed assistance.
Mr. Chamberlain faced still another
call for action against aggression—
from Russia’s foreign commissar,
Maxim Litvinoff.
Ivan Maisky, the Soviet Ambassador,
called at the foreign office with what
was understood to be a Russian note
seeking joint action of all powers ex
cept Germany, Italy and Japan to
halt treaty-violating nations.
Sir Samuel Hoare, home secretary
and one of Mr. Chamberlain's most
ardent supporters, went to Bucking
ham Paiace to confer with King
George on the swift moving crisis.
The return to the foreign office of
Anthony Eden, who resigned because
he would not follow Chamberlain's
policy of bargaining with -the dic
tators, was considered possible in
changes believed imminent.
Political authorities said that a
general election, which Mr. Chamber
lain does not wish at this Juncture,
would be inevitable if four out of his
22 ministers resigned.
They said that the conservatives’
only chance of winning such an elec
tion in the face of growing Labor
Liberal movement toward united op
position front would be tq recall Lord
Baldwin and then rally all govern
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