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Senator Barkley Urges
Business Have Faith
in Roosevelt.
Br the Associated Press.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 20.—
Business had the assurance of Sen
ate Majority Leader Alben W. Bark
ley today that the monopoly inves
tigation voted by Congress “is not to
be an attempt to horsewhip any kind
of business—big business or little
business."
Senator Barkley, reviewing the 75th
Congress in a national radio broadcast
last night, declared the investigation
is “the first intelligent fact-finding
start we have ever made toward the
problem of preserving democracy in
American business.”
"It will be an inquiry which will
be made the basis for permanent leg
islation on business problems to take
the place of the emergency approach
we have hitherto had to take on the
basis of insufficient knowledge,” he said.
The majority leader urged busi
ness to place its confidence in Presi
dent Roosevelt and to co-operate with
him. He cited numerous new con
gressional acts as “beneficial” to agri
culture, labor, business and “all the
people,” and as instruments for over
coming “recession.”
He asserted it was the Government’s
“continual responsibility during peri
ods of recession to create employ
ment to increase the flow of cash
and induce business activity.”
The tax laws, he said, were “thor
oughly revised so as to eliminate the
complaints of business * » « and cer
tainly there can be no further com
plaint that the tax laws stifle new
enterprise.”
The Senator, speaking from Louis
ville Station WHAS, said his remarks
on the “significance of this session of
Congress” were made “at the sugges
tion of the White House.”
Winners of Maryland Beauty Crowns
Miss Yolanda Ugarte of Baltimore was
crowned Miss Maryland by Mayor Howard W.
Jackson. She will participate in the contest
to choose Miss America at Atlantic City.
Miss Shirley Wiest was chosen Miss Balti
more in a beauty contest featuring the final
session of the Maryland State Firemen’s Asso
ciation convention. —Associated Press Photos.
MISS MARTIN IN COURT
Former Secretary to Simone
Simon to Appear Today.
LOS ANGELES, June 20 (/P).—
Sandra Martin, accused of defrauding
Film Star Simone Simon of nearly
$12,000, was down on the court cal
endar for a "mystery appearance”
today.
She originally was scheduled for
trial Wednesday on 10 counts of
forgery and 10 of theft, but at her own
request the date was advanced.
Miss Martin, 32, has pleaded Inno
cent to charges that she altered checks
and diverted the money to her own
use while she was Miss Simon’s sec
retary.
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PRESIDENT TURNS
TOMASSOFWORK
Calls for Secretaries on
Reaching Hyde Park After
Cruise.
By the Asccciated Press.
HYDE PARK, N. Y., June 20 —
Rested and In gay mood from a week
end cruise down the New England
coast and up the Hudson River, Presi
dent Roosevelt plunged today into a
mass of work—mostly concerned with
bills passed by Congress in its closing
days.
The President called immediately
for secretaries upon his return to his
family home here.
He 'said, at a brief informal press
conference on the Poughkeepsie dock,
that he would start Immediately on
the bills which require his signature
within the next 10 days if they are to
become law.
Mr. Roosevelt declined to answer
a question regarding discussion in
Washington that a special session of
Congress might be called to consider
railroad legislation.
He said he would see Joseph P. Ken
nedy, Ambassador to London, either
here or in Washington before the lat
ter returns to his post, but gave no
hint of the subject of their conver
sation. Mr. Kennedy arrived in New
York today on the Queen Mary.
The President was not decided
whether he will leave here for Wash
ington Wednesday or Thursday night.
Discussing his plans for trips from
Washington after this one, Mr. Roose
velt expressed hope that he would
be able to see the varsity race in the
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., regatta on June
27.
He speaks at Wilmington, Del., that
morning at the celebration of the
300th anniversary of the landing of
a colony of Swedes and Finns and
plans to reach Poughkeepsie, near
Hyde Park, that afternoon.
Mr. Roosevelt had been in Hew
England for the wedding in Hah ant,
Mass., on Saturday of his son, John,
to Anne Lindsay Clark.
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VEAL SALE
Trom milk-fed
calves, tender
meat so light the
family will think
it*s chicken. Serve
a veal roast with
creamed new po
tatoes, fresh peas
or asparagus and
a green salad for a real meal. Veal is a light meat
especially appetizing in warm weather.
SHOULDER
ROAST_
RIB CHOPS." 31c
LOIN CHOPS - -." 39c
BREAST of VEAL ..." 12'/2c
TENDER
CUTLETS_
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SMOKED
Beef Tongue -. «,
U. S. Govt. Graded and Dated
Sunshade Eggs -ioz
U. S. Standards, Large—Retail Grade B.
Dee Gee Selected Eggs _dot. 32c 1
Sunshade Roll Butter_>»»- 31 c
D. G. S. Creamery Butter __ «>. 35c
D. G. S. Sliced Bacon_n>. 37c
Brandywine Sliced Bacon__ »>. 37c
MARGARINE n ap
NU-BLEND Z:ZOC
(Margarine on Sale in Licensed Stores Only.)
FANCY STRINGLESS
GREEN
BEANS
ib. 5c
California Carrots _2 bunches 1 5c I
Fresh Green Kale_3 »>« 14c
New Texas Onions_3 »>*. 14c
Fresh and Tender
SUGAR
CORN
3-10c
Sweet, Ripe ^ ^ ^ _
CANTALOUPES.--_- - - Z for Z 5C
Juicy California ' ^ ^ ^ ^
ORANGES.do1 ZK and Z5C
CALIFORNIA LEMONS_doz- 29e
Fresh, Ripe
FREESTONE
PEACHES
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