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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1935, Middlesboro, Kentucky In the process of photosynthesis m green plants the absorption of carbon dioxide is accompanied by a release of VOL. NO. 102. The Home Daily of the EXCEPT SUNDAY somewhat warmer Wednesday in- creasing followed by rain and colder in extreme west HEAVY GUARDS EDITORIAL COMMENT of tlie Roosevelt exists almost wholly in its distribution of money to large groups of who number many No President in the history of the United States has spent federal funds more No President has working for him such a large army of eral No administration has flooded the country with such an inundation of .No administration has employed more catch phrases to to the the abundant crooned constantly by the New Deal spell in appealing to classes and who feel all they have to do now is to upon Britain FIGHT WITH IL DUOE WORRIED OCTOBER 29 1935 ce Draft New Peace Plan Wins Child ton to get In the social security Prance and Britain Have tT n i t e d in Course of British and French experts have drafted a plan for solution of the war for submission to the League of and the foreign office admitted Details but it is understood the plan was drafted based on the millions who are and I Mussolini's mysterious as outlined to Premier or are about to become see the vision Of. Pierre monthly pay The millions I was understood that the plan who are the rolls have already in settled back into consciousness that they will con- to their pay from the hands of a beneficent whether they try to get jobs or Millions of flushed with excited tion by the billions have been paid to through the processing have come to de- Reports from Euro pean capitals say that Benito Mussolini is worried both over the effects of penalties ira posed and to be imposed and over the difficulties which his armies in East Africa Both French and British sources report that Britain and France at pend federal government Iast are working closely a steady of regardless whether the lems of agriculture are correctly The ranks of favored by the administrative agencies in feel that they now have the upper hand and can de- they wish in the of wages and to Page 6, Col. 2) STIFF BOYCOTT The government ha know that they are going it. ua long on the issued a series of decrees placing the New the country on a virtual call business men and and is helplessly floundering with little assurance that ments will remain long The vast throng of federal em- numbering nearly a constitute a aimy basis in connection with food The decrees are de signed to enable the nation to withstand Ihe economic sanctions which are being applied by the League of Prices will be strictly regulated to prevent beginning November 5 07 U and a political machine I and lasting for six feeding upon the taxes of those who own and they are determined to perpetuate selves in This nation is therefore approaching the time when it will controlled by the of those have and those who work and accumulate and forced to pay the for dered The man who is a the man who is sixty-five or the man who wants more than what he combined in one com- mon cause of something for present a political hierarchy in the United States day which may spell the doom of this and plunge It into or something V Remove from President velt his billions with which to in- trigue and array them against the man who works out his living by the sweat of his brow and accumulates something for his and for and his support will The President's popu larity lies largely in bis billions taken from those who have am given to those who do not it. His attack of fundamental economic problems in all too many has been and Confiscation is tainly not correct It is easy to preach the gospel of a more equitable distribution of wealth and restoration of Ihe man lo a new bul when wealth is property rights are and classes are arrayed against each other in a vicious only Ihe mosl to our ciety and our government can be We arc headed for de- struction unless something is done to chock the present philosophies which rule in our er shops will be closed railway dining cai will be prohibited to than one dish of meat or fish per per FREIGHTER IS American Export Line freighter with nine passengers and a crew of five aboard was crippled and afire 675 miles east of the Nantucket Ann Harding Ann screen is pictured above in Los Angeles court where she was granted complete custody of her year-old JUne Her former Harry contested the Word reached this city Monday that Rev. J. V. in formei years pastor of Presbyterian Church had suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home at last He was taken to the home of Mrs. Logan's sister it for rest and cal Mr. Logan has been located at Chipley as pastor of the Presbyterian Church there for the past two There vere no details concerning his Mr. Logan has many friends lere who wish for him a speedy Great Brood Sow lightship She radioed brood sow or guard a message which said farm of Henry the steering post on the h ridge was out of commission and that the fire had not been Trial Is Set of Pine has given birth 21 pigs in a single all of had 18 Mullins has refuser for the a Poland China MAJOR BATTLE IS IMPENDING IN Roads Being Built to Move War ery to the Front DEVELOPMENTS By United Press Developments today in the war leaders hope end of war may be possible by end through diplomatic negotiations or economic pressure on With Gen. Santini's Forces in within striking distance of road builders ilK id of army preparing way for next drive to be led by baby from ern Italy crossing Austrian will not con- sent to peace until Italy withdraws linn from riat experts mistic regarding Italy's chance ultimate victory in s q u a d r o bombs Makale with telling effee Exchange Telegraph British ex tierts reported to have plan for submission tc League of Nations Mussolini MAJOR WATTLE The delayed dis- patch from Webb Miller cates the nature of the tive advance of the Italians on the northern front in Ethiopia which Miller says will be the most spectacular of the Japan Now Has Eyes On By WEBB MILLER United Press Staff Correspondent 1935 by United With Gen. Ruggiero Santini's Forces in Ethiopia to Page Column 1) GOP SPEAKIN SCENE OF RUSSO-JAPANESE CLASH AREA OF DISPUTED RIGHTS FIVE PROVINCES THAT MAY BE KEY RUSSIAN TERRITORY JAPANESE TERRITORY CHINESE shows extending Japanese influence Japan made formal demands upon China that it be permitted to Japanese or Manchu PO of V port of The Japanese that the boundaries are in Japanese were sent to in South because China seized Jan of rice on the ground that the Japanese refused to pay duty Court Decision On AAA Not Expected Be fore Jan. 13 By JOHN A. REICHMANN j the plea of Solicitor General fov of the AAA Nov. 20. Three women speakers plead the cause of the Republican Copyright 1935 by United The Supreme j Court probably will decide the 1 validity of President Roosevelt's AAA the Bankhead colton control on will Jan. 13, court observers believed MANY INJURED DURING QUAKES ONE MAN SLAIN DURING STRIFE IN COALFIELDS in Alabama to Begin Work Ala. A guard of peace officers today trolled the mine areas of St. Glair county where one man was slain und at least ten others injured in coal strike disorders The disorders centered about the Margaret and of the Alabama Fuel Iron largest gits in the A request for martial law was considered by state commissioner of The request was submitted by William local United Mine Workers of America Moore said he would make no tion to Gov. Bibb now in he com- an investigation day's A special session of the St. Clair jury will convene Monday investigate the death the union miner was slain It was disclosed ast night the question as whether a Nyota miner ind was killed Many dead aml injured were reported the nine venerable in earthquakes around ticcs decided the hearing should I The heaviest casual be held Dec. 9, thus blocking the at at the City The noted speakers are Christine Bradley Mrs. P. and Mrs. vinn Morrow daughter of Mrs. Morrow and the late lor They are touring Kentucky speaking in be- alf of the Republican state ticket ml nra large crowds she voters out to hoar This afternoon the three women are speaking in and they Holiday Declared general holiday was declared in union mines hero Monday BO workers could go to to hear John L. mine union OLD LICENSE USED trial of Edith father July been set for hearing Nov. 18. years Kentucky Ridge Forest Is Approved For This Section Final approval has been given in Washington for the purchase of approximately acres of hillside and forest lands in Marian and Bell near now occupied mainly by a poverty-stricken of The purchase of this tract of land is in accordance with the plans which have been worked out by the Resettlement tion of the federal An allocation of has boon given for the purchase of the James M. of regional director of the Re- settlement's land utilization is in charge of this The tract has been v designated as Kentucky Ridge nnd the project covers about forty square miles of out hill on which most of he present population is stranded and unable to malto a living out outside Although the development plans have not been formally it is expected that the stranded families will he aided in lling on adjacent lands j adapted to and the area reclaimed will be reforested and provided with general tional preliminary work in ning this area has been done I v of the Resettlement Administration of Kentucky Mr began early to make veys of this and to man the territory which should bo eluded in tho forest C development program and t production and cst timber during thc do period will give erable employment to the of surrounding New strategic move to keep the AAA issue in advance of the test ties occurred at fifteen miles northeast pf Eleventh District of court's advice on validity of one of the government's chief sources of revenue when he prepares his budget message to be read to Con- gress Jan. 0 or 7. The administration had two sons for seeking to have the AAA case decided the New Since adoption of the AAA amendments providing thul no claim for a refund of processing where most of the buildings were The towns of las and Illis also A heavy shock was felt day and further shocks were felt this Ethiops Routed Italian Somaliland Dubai troops routed the Ethiopian warriors in a clash between ave and captured 832 to page 6, Column 1) League of ions leaders believe be ibis to effect a taly and Ethiopia by either through diplomatic or by It was indicated that all that penalties would be 6f- was dissipated it was that twenty-four were ready to the most drastic complete boycott of Italian ducts and a stoppage of all key products to Thirty-eight nations have already applied arms and twenty-nine have imposed financial and credit it was announced LISTENING POST OAKIE ble and protector of captained a body of seven or eight men Sunday night who went to the Pinnacle to fight Ihe forest had quite u of it un- til the OCC buys said we pi- state A. and state membership Mrs. With will be the national meml Mrs. Hayes of them They will all take part on tin which should make most interesting Collections to Page 6, Column 3) BOBCAT KILLED BY AUTO Vt. Richard Eddy collected the state bounty on have bobcat though he wasn't Driving along the he hit an 18-pound cat and killed it. Red Cross Demonstrations Are Given Here Saturday Hundreds of people in boro witnessed a scries of by local Miss liell and in the that was fed and Little Poky Rhodes handled the placards in the giving the various tilings which were be- in tho dow of The Guffey Lee's oal control net was attacked It is thu plan of the Middlesboro Red Cross to have admirers at Lincoln Memorial a rapidly forging In the front a fight forest he inked there are In 2, Col. WILL SPEAK NOV. 16 Friends ed that former President Hoover in an attempt either to establish a controlling position in the 1936 Republican national convention or win the party's presidential no- himself will speak No- vember 16 in New York It is being regarded as a further test of national Hoover sentiment pre- liminary to the contest for the Republican LATE NEWS UNIONS REPORT IDLENESS than Ifi per cent of the members ed with trade unions in Canada are out of a report Issued by unions to sick The second stration was a of ing tho baby a Miss Taylor gave the and she used a rubber the of n little for j School I Betty Covey acted ax nurse's Attention lo Ihe exhibition was attracted by tho of Irvin and J. D. Iho continent of the Central Misa L. 4 1} i NEW CABINET FORMED Alcala mora reaffirmed today his dence in tho government headed by Premier Joaquin when the submitted the resignation of his cabinet by im- mediately commissioning him to reorganize the BOXER IS HANGED Raymond Anglo American boxer known professionally as Del was hanged Hi worth prison today for the jealousy murder of his Hilda TOWN IS BOMBED Italian airplane squadron bombed 2QO silenced two anti-aircraft started many fires and spread panic among the Exchange Telegraph ent with the Italian ed
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