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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1932, Middlesboro, Kentucky EDITORIAL COMMENT Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia Partly cloudy, showers Thursday; Friday sliowors, not mucli change In temperature. Slum clearance IB being started by. many cllies of Scotland. VOL. XVI. NO. 284. SENATE FIGHT ON ECONOMY IS IN THE OFFING Committee Proposal to Cut Salaries Ten Percent Arouses Upper Solons. Washington. lU.ni Senate In the panic that lasted a sharp dispute M1DDLEgBoRO> KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, JUNE 1932. I'.UULIHHCD BIT crmiSNS NEWS CO., INC. FIVE CENTS A HISTORIAN SPEAKS MR. JAMES TRUSLOW i I ADAMS, in a New Yorkj limes interview, reminds us! Jlhat things have been just asi bdd, or even worse, many times in tile past. He remem- bers seeing Northern Pacific Railroad stock selling at Zb cents a share, only to rise in less than ten years to a share. He says.: To Frame Platform "Tack Be Pees on Marriage Writs Up June 16 A schedule uf taxjiblKi passei! iy the Semite ivil bo found on horn 1837 to 1841, 50 per cent ol tliu property in the United States changed hands. In 1 1857 Limes were nearly as bad, and from 1873 to 1879 the depression was far worse apply a 10-percent salary reduction than it is now. In 1898 1 saw troops out- side our house here in New' York and cavalry charging a; hungry mob. Many of the down the lino from cabinet large railroads were thrown officers and congressmen to steno- into the hands Of receivers STaphcrs and charwomen. About There have been excellent> bc savcd sllc" timpq il cut' T'lls is lnore than hall ol the of savings in the It IS Usual to say that gen- suplements the tax oral conditions, inventions of bin to balance the budget labor-saving- machinery, the] Considerable sentiment was de- experiment ill Russia, the veloping for a graduated salary War debts, are behind all taking- more than 10 per cent! trouble now. 'he big salaries and very little J 'All have something to do'from charwomen.' "BOOSTER DAf Krnnkforl, Ky. increase in j tlie Sialo lux .on marriage licenses j authorized !iy the Ilijl! legislature become cfoc-livo .luirj lii, Assistant J Attorney General II. llamilkin Kicc j advised Bon .Marshall, Assistant'. S'.uc Auditor, yesterday. ;-U.I clUil-.y The tax on marriage licenses will he instead ol SO cents. The i increased tax will make the lotul cost ol' a license since the ('B-.mly Clcrl: c.lkcls ml for' al 11. i> VETERANS PREPARE FOR LONG STAY dio Singer, to Be on Program; Governor to Be Present. over economy today while its Con- ferees met with those of the House lo speed the tax bill to final cnactmenl. Thc Senate was aroused by il-i economy's committee's proposal lo James Garfield of i tin i It son ol'Ihc late President Gurfield, j IT 3 A f> ?ii7J7 A B5 fi1 lias bean named chairman of the! U. M'S.llt'C.AIiLfi TO PARLEY WITH GREAT important. Republican resolutions; committee. Garfield, who was; prominent jn tin Hull Moose fac-; tion of the G. 0. P. will hare a leading part in Irani- i injr the Republican platform al lhc! Chicago convention. SENATE SOLVES j DEFLATION CURE I Washington. admin- istration fjuarlers report Ihat Ilie United Slates Is willing lo pnrtici- palo in the second part of Lhi! L-.ms- anne conference in Ujndon after dealing wilh reparations in first part. tor Iht.1 'U'Cfiil'! annual Ken-1 iin'iiy I'Vr.llval are- on; and iiulirntions point Mo a c (hat will surpass. last year. Thi> program J i-; ail liu! i-onijth'te and Hie linali of ibis be worked olltj ihe week. j j A new I'eainru of tin; celebration I will be a .Moimlaln Laurel Uo-jstur! Day which will lie held Friday.! ISvcry in the I'limbcrland wi" llu! wciir i spri.n of iiioniijaiii liiurel In, i honor or (he coming I'u.stival. tiirls. BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE HERE FRIDAY U p p e r Cumberland Area Council Holds Fourth Meeting in Middlesboro. who will serve in the. i-rjiirt of lion-j Assured of temporary hod and hoard in Washington, some 000 World cr will start mil Friday innrniiiK War veterans comprising the eil.'nmpments of ''bonus marchers" have prismc; the cif.-amr al Do clock wilh baskets of laurel! renewed their nltnelt on Congress for immcdinle payment of thc 1 ..oidiers" bonus. They say they'll stay in Washington indefinitely, un- til their demands arc met. Photo shows some of thc veterans enjoy- OIK; of the meals piovidcd by individuals and charity in the nulional capital. St. Louis. __Robert 11. Mer- "'c second hall of lhc Lausnmrj re- parations conference in reality am! will ask every resident lo buy; ''j a sprig lo wear during Ihe day. A; c I similar plan will lie followed in. oilier towns of Ihe Cumberland Val-1 i ,riii llc-v tllil1 every resident of this! London. (u.l.) -Hhrna for making 1790 on, it is to how per-ccnl cul fnsislcd it was the i really important they are. jonly feasible way of making For the depression year requisite saving. 1790 came before the in'dus-' p''otcst-s raging around the pay trial revolution: in 1887 there! before the morning sun." i wnrltl conference nut later than '.Merryman said if elected he i August, In the event Ihe proposed would work far legislation by Con-1 snlit lhc Lausanne session was cut will be outdone by the fight were no electric lights, no I t0 huge factories with the production Of thc present. j commended a reduction of I Consider ,the tremendous 000. This touches delicate political changes steam., replacing! nerves. L, sail; motors replacing horses, The tax bill conferees meeting Id that tile capitalistic system! swet, had before them the revenue gross which would guarantee to every voter an annual income of not agreed upon by nations partici- pating therein. has withstood. Are the fac- tors at work now so much stronger than the factors that were at work before? bill as passd by the Senate and by the and for every child "In order lo get the income of it would be absolutely ne- cessary Unit the voter do two things.'1 Merryman said. j j ''First, ho must keep [Otiti of' prison. "Second, he must, do his duty. In GERMAN RULE SEEMS TO BE SHORT-LIVED voting at every primary and general i Berlin, dllii "feudal" t House.. Under congressional eicctjon ror state and national of-igovernment headed by Lieut. Col. L rules, the items are interchangeable fjcers and nothing j T i put in the final .measure' r -I wrote 111 an-arClCle pub-] which does not appear in either LINDY RESUMES hshed in December, 1928, House or senate bins. that a business depression j Democratic Leader Ralney, Was Under Way; that market! House conferee, said he would fight; EXPERIMENTS IN Franz Von Papen, expelled from the i United States diiring-the World Wai- appeared destined today to a short life. i Thc new cabinet was regarded [generally as a slop-gap between the vai planned fur June 10 and 11. Mrs. j Joe .Sweeney will have charge of! the boosler day plan in Midlosboro. i The committee helping Mrs.- Sweeney is cnmpoOHod of Mesdiimesi S. II. Ueanir., II. c. Marl in, Win. j Demands Huey Try To APPEALS COURT Earn Salary UPHOLDS POLICE. COMMISSIONERS niiuul Ihat Senator I'. Rulslnn, Nelson Allen, back lo Washlnuinn and try i In a decision handed down by .....Bum: b" "u.e cotirl of Appeals yos- NiciolBon. .Ir and Ray .Moss. earn the a year Iho people I Ulo ru young ladies who are arc paying and ,put mtcrlcr- j hers o the Queen's Court or Ihe ing will, he orderly I unctions, nf; festival and who will sell IhoMbe Louisiana legislalnnv was _. sprigs of laurel .Misses Elizabeth Ilowden, Otelia Easton, Merle llubbarO, Sara Ows- li'y, Deity Sewcll and Ulcnnn last uighl by Ucprcscnlnllve Tile senator, home from Ion. appeared before Ihc legislature ley. jlhis week in behalf of a lax The heralds will be Misses Jane j program lie I'avars. and l-'ranci.'i Whnleu.------------------------ list of pages has nol been' t, and will be published i LilTUjn 1 ing of charges brought against them; and tlie Clly was upheld in its conlenfion that It could dismiss values must come down; thatjto strlke out thc lumber, coal and that was no "new era." j I was soiling my stocks, i Now 1 am buying. The situa-j tion today is no more than was the situation in j 1929. And the men of New York, I be do: still rich, are wailing like j be a; children who have lost toys. !and 1 can't predict when this will! be over, when the toys will bej that-they will be returned as; OPTIMISM IS that they wil be returned as: good as ever. I MPni-PAl C.flinfVI rcccnt Kovcrnment of Heinrich IVlCiLHCAL OiCnUUL' Briienlng and thai to come by made up yet, at a later dale. Selections of the young women who will servo in Hie court on Friday, w-Jieii, the iiuucn will he I crowned, was completed this week, j according to Mrs. A. L. Mutcliliiwin who Is In charge of this part of the festival. Committee chairmen met with .Mrs. Hntchinson last week j BUSINESS IS .OBJECTIVE In a suit lo discharge the police- men .of .Middlesboro on charges preferred by Commissioner Giles several weeks ago Magistrates 11. Hrown and Jacob Schultz ruled that Commissioner GJl.es oould not sit on Ihe case because- 'In; had formed an opinion, and Commis- sioner -I. S'. Coleman could not aid, abel or recognize Giles in the case, improve and the il- Atlanta to improve the condition of business A nidusfna isl, and banker, meet- I "1K Court laler ruled that Over 200 Boy Scouts in the Upper I Cumberland "Area are expected to be In Middlesboro Friday for the i fourth annual Jamboree. Scouts arc j expected from Harlun, Pinevilte', I VVilliiinisbnrg, Cumberland Gap, jPrnden, Hnrrogate, and'other points in the Area. The Jamboree will be held .on the, ij-ligh School grounds instead of at 'East End Park as tirst scheduled. A parado of all troops repre- sented will form at the First Bctp- llst Church. The parade will be headed by a drum and bugle corps from liarlan. The parade will start at one o'clock. Events at the Jamboree will in- clude: Personal Appearance. a pack for overnight hike and week end camp- ing. and String Burning a fire and bring the [lamps j up to a string 1 1-2 feet from the j ground. all the Ten- derfoot knots. and receive conventional signs in morse or semaphore, send a message. by friction or flint and steel. Wall Scaling. Pony express race, antelope race, chariot race and tug o'war. following are Jamboree of- ficials: J. C. Aeuff, Scout Executive, Director. W. W. Dnffleld, Commissioner, as Distant director. Neil Barry, Deputy Commissioner, officers the. day. George L. Burst, referee. Judges: Jeff Hf Rice, Chairman Haflau Districtr'-Committee. George; 'Oiler, 'Chairman Middles.) bore District Committee.- J. S. Chuppell, Chairman Pine- vllle District Committee. A. W. Whltfield, Chairman Wll- PREVALENT AT KIWANIS MEET Messages outlining prevailing conditions In banking, industry the families of the unemployed j business, and in the build- by the Middlesboro1 Welfare; Association. Tlie big diffi- tiio City oT Middleshoro could not! llamsburg District Commit! A BIG JOB COMB progress is being made in locating the ing and loan organizations featured an "optimist meeting" of the Mid- thc (of thc Reichstag pending new elccl- Inns in July or August. Hitler's Trenton, N. .1. Dr. John I-'. Con-; Fascists appeared certain to came don, negotiator in Ihe Lindbergh j into power in Ihe elections, kidnaping will spend the next few "President Von Hindenhurg is days examining rogue's galleries in now ready lo conclude any alliance New Jersey and Philadelphia in an wilh HJllcr to save the German pco- cffort lo idcnlify the man to whom j Pic.'Tiie Fascist newspaper Voel- hc paid of Colonel Charles! kischer Bcjbachter said. A. Lindbergh's money. i i dlcsboro Kiwanis Club today. W. n culty is finding'.places wherour. runnenti VTKsMcnl they may locate. 1'lllly half mcrcial Hank Trust Company.! Of tile families who have been! spoke from the banker's standpoint, 'made Oil relief in this section have I U. G. Sheafcr, general manager of' expressed a willingness lo Union Tanning Company, talk- to the farm if a location manufacturing angle, i be found. With the local !Don K: Prico' assistant superintcn-j committee and the Red Cross if C' ,v' i j i j i N. discussed Iho railroad bust- being lorced to work at long' aii lt range, with little opportunity I Ulc N__ fron Check conditions at Nicholson, president of the Other end of the line, thejl-cople's Dnilding Loan Associa- Announcement of Dr. Condon's! plans for thc week, came from ol.! FIGHT IN VAIN (continued on fi) A feature of the celebration Ibis1 business in Ibis district i and endeavor L-.I improve I hem. i This is part of a serii's ol meet- j ing-s bn'ng; b'-'ld ovr'r the nation. I Thc firsl one was held rrccnlly in j New York Owen i lii'prescntativi s will In- fruni Alabama, l''hn'ida, (icorgia, Ijoni- Kiana, .Mississippi and CLEAN-UP DRIVE IN MIDDLESBORO! liwary.kopl, lie state police. no idcnlificalion ha: Kenncwick, Wash. battled frantically in a vain i rii to save their sons, Donald, M, and LaGrande, II, when' 1 home burned. The parents the sons die. o-l. SPOT NEWS FLASHES problem is hard to solve. j tion, was read by Howard J. Dong- Even though the difficul-j: ties are great, every family j' which can be placed on the! farm marks an chairman for the Without a doubt, next winter is going to be harder than I .Mr lass. Mr. Nicholson uuavoidab- hild lo bc abscm. Tho Wils FIGHTS "PORK BAKHKL" i Washington ndminis- tration fight on "pork barrel''; legislation sponsored by Speaker j (lamer took Secretary of Wari Hurley 'to the House "Ways and; Means committee to testify against' the unemployment bill. Hurley i produced charts prepared by army S. .S. I'Trst liaptist Christian M. K. South Marsec Chapel Prudcn Pruden Colored Salvation Army Salvation Army, 1'ineville A drive lo clean up .Middlesbnro is lo begin in the very near fntiin-, acording lo Commissioner ,.l" S. i'-v, ''oleman. I'-ii'j are going lo purge Ibc .-ily all Ilic lillh and din ami make a clean loivil im'l of II." be said. i -Mr. Coleman waill.-; the jand property owners lo a.ssisl in jlhis nnve by cleaning up lln-ir properties around their homes and gel things "all cleaned up." lie said al lire si reels and alleys will be cleaned up by Hie city, ihe banks j of lhc Canal will be gone over, and j In general, a thorough cleanfug administered the cily. i "We are ready lo begin now. and we wanl Ibi- citizens lo help us oul" i C-'iniinissioncr Coleman said. 'REMOVAL OF MAYOR WALKER TO BE ASKED DEMOCRATS IN PROTEST THAT Announcer: Fred Smith, Harlan. A camp fire program will be held tomorrow night on the school .grounds which thc public is invited. CREDIT UNDUE! A I Aurora, Some Cops! Washington III. BUT- Democrats of Mrs' .'nc protesting that President Worst when they received a IK New Yolk iii-nioval Mayi.r .lames J. vValkcr will ask'Mi ol
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