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French Delegate Calls
Refugee Organization
Salaries Excessive
By the Associated Press
GENEVA. Switzerland, Oct. 27.—
Leon De Rosen, French delegate,
told the interim commission of the
International Refugee Organization
today its employes were drawing
excessive, tax-exempt salaries while
refugees were being denied care and
! maintenance.
He said the salaries averaged
$4,000 a year, better pay than French
ministers receive. Mr. De Rosen
criticized the organization's budget
providing $10,000,000 for personal
services and a reserve fund of $1,
000.000 for paying taxes of employes
where governments declined to
waive.
The French critic said the interim
commission’s payroll of 5,837 em
ployes was top heavy.
Hau Cheng Wang, Chinese dele
gate, said maintenance of some ref
ugees was costing too much.
William Hallam Tuck, executive
secretary, and hjs deputy urged gov
ernments to pay their assesments,
to fix a deadline against acceptance
of new refugees and to make ad
vances beyond the assesments fixed
for the year ending next Juhe 30;
George L. Warren, the United States
delegate, said last week that unless
the interim commission "convinc
ingly answered the challenge," he
could guarantee no further United
States contribution. The commis
sion has a $7,000,000 deficit.
Girl's Death Probed
Alter Operation
Police today were checking the
circumstances which led to the
death of a 26-vear-old receptionist
in Emergency Hospital as the re
sult of an illegal operation.
Miss A^hes Marie Blume, 821
Emerson street N.W., died at the
lospital yesterday. Deputy Coroner
Christopher J. Murphy performed
an autopsy but withheld a death
certificate pending further investi
gation. He said death was due to
the effects of the operation.
Miss Blume, who came to Wash
ington 10 months ago from Jefferson
City, Mo., was admitted to Emerg
ency Hospital Thursday. Police
said the operation had been per
formed in Baltimore.
She was described as a “church
going girl” by friends at the room
ing house where she lived. She was
employed at the Remington Rand
Co.
Her mother lives in Jefferson City,
police said.
Police were seeking men friends
of Miss Blume as well as the doctor.
Brandeis Zionists to Honor
Dr. Neumann Tomorrow
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi
dent of the Zionist Organization of
America, will be honor guest and
speaker at a meeting of the Louis
D. Brandeis
Zionist District
of Washington
'at the Jewish
C o mmunity
Center tomor
row night at
8:30.
A leading
figure in world
Zionism as well
as head of the
American or
ganization, Dr.
Neumann has
spoken several
times before the
Foreign Affairs *>'■
Committee of the House of Repre
sentatives on the Palestine problem.
He also is head of the Commis
sion on Palestine Surveys and vice
chairman of the American Zionist
Emergency Council. Dr. Netimann
will be introduced to the meeting by
the Zionist district’s new president,
Joseph Cherner.
Jewish Center to Continue
Series of Talks on Bible
The series of Bible talks being
conducted by the Jewish Commun
ity Center, 1529 Sixteenth street
i N.W., will continue through Janu
ary 28, Arthur Bernstein, activities
director of the center said today.
The next talk will be by Rabbi
Henry Segal of B’nai Israel Syna
gogue at 8:30 p.m. November 12 in
the center.
Rabbi Solomon Metz of Adas Is
rael Synagogue will lecture on the
Prophets on November 26 and De
cember 10. Rabbi Samuel Penner of
B’nai Jacob Synagogue will discuss
the Psalms on January 14 and 28
The meetings are open to the public
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Illinois Town's Largest Funeral
Held for Ambushed Ex-Ganaster
By the Associated Press
FAIRFIELD. 111., Oct. 27.—All the
customary splendor of underworld
pomp marked the funeral services
yesterday for Carl Shelton, 59.
former Southern Illinois gang leader
who was slain from ambush last
Thursday.
More than 1.000 persons crowded
into the First Methodist Church
here for the rite* which long-time
residents described as the largest
funeral the community has ever
seen. Hundreds of other persons
were unable to get into the edifice.
Hundreds of floral pieces, many
costing as much as $100 each, were
banked along the front of the
church, almost obscuring the one
time gangster's $2,500 bronze casket
from the view of the congregation.
One of the two florists in this town
of 4,000 said it was impossible to
fill all the flower orders by mer
chants, friends of the fajnily and
Shelton's former pals.
Despite a drizzling rain which
fell throughout the services, more
than 80 automobiles were in the
funeral procession.
Shelton, who in recent years had
been known as a farmer and busi
ness man, was machine-gunned by
five men as he drove toward Fair
field from his country home in a
jeep. He was shot 16 times as he
ran from the jeep toward cover.
No arrests have been made. A
coroner’s inquest is set for tomor
row.
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Inflation, Shreve Says.
By th# Assoc ed Pres*
The argument that Federal tax
reduction would lead to checking
inflation, rather than increasing
it, was advanced today by Earl O.
Shreve, president of the United
States Chamber of Commerce.
"I am convinced there would be
infinitely greater assurance of pro
duction volume sufficient to check
inflation if taxes .were reduced,” he
said.
The statement urged a reduction
“at the coming session of Congress.”
A chamber official told a reporter
it was prepared before the special
session was called for November 17
and was directed at the regular ses
sion in January.
Mr. Shreve said opposition to tax
reduction “comes chiefly from those
desiring continuance of liberal
(Government) spending programs.”
Actually, he argued, the results of
tax reduction would be:
“Increased revenues for the
Treasury—more and lower-priced
goods for consumers—more jobs in
industry—sounder and more endur
ing prosperity.”
In calling for general tax cuts, Mr.
§hreve said “income tax reduction
again should bey given first con
sideration when Congress reviews its
examination of revenue laws.”
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Philosophers of Nation
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The American Philosophical Asso
ciation will hold its 22nd annual
meeting on December 29 and 30 at
the Coronado Hotel. St. Louis, Mo.,
the Rev. Dr. Charles A. Hart, secre
tary of the association, announced.
The Rev. Dr. Hart* associate pro
I fessor of philosophy at Catholic Uni
versity, said the general subject of
the two-day meeting will be “The
Absolute and the Relative.’’
The association was founded at
I Catholic University here in 1926.
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