ON U. S. VESSELS
No American Ship. WouldBe Permitted to Carry
Goods to Warring
STIFF PENALTIESFOR VIOLATIONS
Senate Committee Also
Determined to Tighten
Discretion Powers of
Washington. Sept, 23 (AP)—A strict prohibition against American vessels carrying "any articles, material or passengers" to any belligerents was incorporated today in the deministration's bill to repeal the embargo against arms shipments to week. warring nations.
Some senators thought the new provision was designed to win the support of legislators who, like Alf Landon, the 1936 Republican presidential candidate, report strong commitment in the country for a general "cash and carry" system of supplies to belligerents. It was said reliably that the bill could also tighten up on presidential discretion, using the word will" instead of "may" frequently outlining the Chief Executive's duties under the legislation.
NAZI ATTACKSWESTERN FRONT
German Action on FrenchPositions "Coincides With
Presence of Hitler
TO HEAVY SHELLING
Lethal Fire From French
Positions is Said to Have
Cut Down Advancing
Germans Each Time .-
Paris, Sept. .23, (AP)— Military dispatches reported today that Germanattacks on French positions "coincided with the presence on the Western Front of Adolf Hitler and Col.-Gen. Walehcr Von Brauchitsch."
(A Berlin dispatch reported that Hitler, who has been In the field with his troops since the hostilities began, yesterday stood on heights within sight of Warsaw. Brauchitsch, commander In chief of the German army, previously had left Poland for the Western Front.)
The Fuehrer's Intention to visit the westwall fortifications had been reported for several days.
French Infantry forces were reported to have repulsed three separate German attacks aimed at regaining French-held German soil near Saarbruecken.
West Front Blast Awaited