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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - August 23, 1939, Kennebec, Maine                                MAINE' O F M Aug. 29 j t Q Sept. 6 113.13 M Sept. 13 Decrease 1.50 d F Q Sept. 20 Wcdncaday: Fair Thursday: Cloudy -VL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, PRICE THREE CENTS V- L v c ____ O-L--J 'CrTS Roosevelt Wats Foreign S'- 0 -OcCS "aoanese yus.i 3ack JritisLi Barbed for 1. J j aturotedwtthi as penpindoe i Four Men -Sciniously In- i jured ih Clash Before Woo. Plant. i South Ba re. JAijiB; two deput sheriffs and at least W) other neri wcrcj Injur- ed by rocks early tonight ii pitched tattle bet-wit eh 150 strike 75 IBS work I Struc t- i Bsrw Company. rStaiultaneously, the 'South Barre Wiloyes' Local Union' issued; a. SSemeht charging that the town t'wis being ruled by "at mob of law- I 3d Intimated It was eon- Sdering foitnatlon of a "vigilantes" L 'committee 'or self protection. .situation Is [beyond -the 1 control." said the local i, which claims, membership of non-striking employes. U. SI S Lang at Sea, 'Aug. 3oose- -hcadingi Jar the GuK Stream aboardtthc naval cruise- i' Tuscaioosa, Dale clost tohlgltt to radio Reports oin the tense European iisituitioii, bu; inade no commfhj on European "Sorry, sin-e last; i i nlghti 'ja message from V.ts Tus- ca loos i reported 1 J Th4 ship newspaper carried A r licnRtfry or. ceyelop- i I Th? President, was due to ar- I ments in .Europq. I !.-ive !Rt  meet growing Nazi threat i agailist Poland; stoppage of four prlnc pal railroads threat- ened.: by strike of Sf.OOO workers cal ed1 for m dni ;ht Saturday in Iwagcj 1 i I. Nazis i pressir- campaign agahxst Poland and IVIiijister Voj Rlbbentrop for Moscow for quick cocclusior- German-Sovlc Russ arj pact; Ger- masScd a.ong. entlrd polish border; telleX prevails Poland will capitulate without! -war. France cadis' .reservists tc cilors. f Poles empiasiz'! Po ind's policy towarL Germany and Danfcig "iot" chf ngcd in si ghte.'i' by pac; negotiations; United States Emoassy jwarns Americans "serious situation 5corfe of !high government offlcialsMat extraordinary c.scuss meains of preserving. American neu-.raltty and safe- g Americans! abroad in CTent of wari One i pad dbtj feto. pre irial effecuve- :qct h'erseirnot ibout a luarter-mile. from tr.o -were met by strike lumpathlzeis." i !i I 'Afree-fo :-all. with, rocks and fljlng ensued immediately while the wives and children 'itood serening on point hal. .-Deputies; attempting to itha rival factions, -wore caught -n maelstrom. Those injured: i Deputy ffierlff Michael J-. Co> !rfgan of twice _n itie chest. Deupty Sheriff Joseph C. Fits- of Worcester, struck on the itna by a icavy stone. Eddie R-andeau of' Wheelwright, Russi ins term pact with Germany Important step toward secfurin? Kurppean pea !e concer.d it "will aot Interfere with proposed Britis i-Prich-Soviet Mutual! Assistance JPact. In'irmer obsjerverl repoAs German-Soviet 'apeement will con- tain clause ;pe- mining! in event eitrer party commits aggression agayist n, ;hlrd. i -I Seven liUle futior% of "Oslo Group" f gather to discuss how: to keep lind protecs tneir neutrality, .n event of war. 'G Zncretsed j-awp' heightens declaration ie state approaches its I j -Flood deaths moun1.; Britls-i and. Ame: jean officials .plan womfti and c-iilcren dscase spreads, jj Wente of 'South Bafre. bruises. Arrny Chief Stiff I sures Premier Arthy Is j "Ready for Aiy Svoiiuaity 'Paris, Aiig. caJed hundreds of thousands of reservsf.5 to the! colors to Germany's forces tight to nig. i: on ter hope tj at Soviet Russia was up no "serious aliance (wit i Ger- r> rfc Aing jeorge o Ci, fornizn Tels Dies Committee Groups in America Coopcrare it Drive Against Communism But Can no: fie "Jnined i i When Japanese troops; tore down Britsh barbed-wire barricades at Shanghai, C ilna, re-erected them 100 feet within British defense sector, England's sector headquarters, left, endec up outside the riers. Chinese residents of area fled wmes, climbed through wires to diminished British sector. i i r 1 .ptorX hi ttw' .to Batlsfaction ratoc'e. Slinisler ScH- dyed in Roms ied at the ahce ilcewlse ti On hcrw ex-' count of was the.fourt.i daring a cay Jn which 40 deputies jttrove to restore order in the strike i- i premjser> Edouare i DaJad.cr put of ;an .ibur and a haLf cafcl- JUoyes. jmild-mtmurea told D. "Jattle on 7) yrVdd WVrActicn; Increasing from-fdve v to seven number of directors of Maine Poultry gaalted In. .937, was taken Tuesday tajfc with [calm, !buc-eyed Ceneral- isslmo- Maurice Gamofln. Game in, o- FrenchrBritlsh -lafad fortes sho'Jcl war and supreme coenmander of his nation's .land, sea and air armies, was said to have to.d Da-a- dler that they !Were materaJy prei- pared 1'or "anyi evflntualltj-.1 The humber of resertists was tlmated in the .neighborhood of 00, but mlnlstrv's plans the- Washnglonj Aug. 22 CP he called briery at the Italian em- mlnW basdy.and'lonjferu.t the Germart jatt-r, Alien said he dis- th ui Utildcntlfled official gresf" I of the campaign conceded1 tlkt he against in. and received from him, an A was 6i Pasadena, Canf., well d i anc poised, -.esUfleJ, too, t.iat abundaat cooperitiott' groups to a -i tght. against unlsm.'l althou ili1. 'It bepn possible to c raw ian embassy ait Mrs. Fry's direction, but later s'afd ic did not. (Continued on [Page 7, Scualus _ier were ________ Representative. C. A. Weei secretary-treasurer, Agreement with Russia Designed! to Weaken Polish tude, Frighten Rumania, Keep Japan Guessing, Force Democracies to Move Away from Defence _ Berlin, Aug. step- A seconc. plane carried members of [pcd their- pressure campaign bis retinue. kgalnst Poland ard also: Rumania admitting there were some (Com uned on 'age 7 to jnanager, a_so were ruuned iftherjrtar. .U-l' an- in a omlttee p Prime Minister to Ask f6r i Dictatorial Powers to Meet German Threat London, Aug. Great Britain today declared her determination to stand by Polahd, called Parliament into emergency session Thursday ta approve virtually dictatorial powers for the .government and.j with France, called up thousands of trpops to meet the growing German threat against her Polish ally. To Call Reservists Reports from France estimated the number of new French troops ait 600.000, while Informed quarters in London said Britain would mob- ilize 200.000 soldiers, sailors, avia- tors and civil defense forces for pos- sible emergency. Tho seriousness of the situation, precipitated by last night's an- nouncement of ah impending Ger- man-. Soviet Russian treaty of non- aggtesslon, was indicated by the British government's decision to ask for emergency powers; such as already arc in effect in France, per- mitting the cabinet to take defense (Continued on Pace 6) N. Y. Milk Strike Settlement Near New York, Aug. 22 (XP) New York's nine-day milk strike of up- state i dairymen moved quickly to- ward settlement tonight as strike leaders and a majority bloc of city distributors initialled .an agreement on a compromise price to farmers of a hundredweight (47 The strike 'has brought wide- spread violence upstate and the destruction of thousands of, gallons. of city-bound milk, "and has cut Anytning timer New normai fauy sUppiy Nation Is Worthless quart5 m for ?our Cites Loss of Princip es' The agreement came after two ________ days of negotiation instigated by- 'Mayor Fiorello LaGuardta. .The- _ ea m vise A 1S38, many freeg theen lifting vesl of ar jression pact with, powerful Sovkt per- rested on even kfe2l with .'orni-eSbrg vMts Italian the Girmin eir.bas an siesf ITS af inp f i, Z j to other f Pther wni be selected Jater, officials itTnited States En >assy tocay to.d to OUMS Webb and Tabb were 'Anericans rejlctnji.ta Poland that liss said the? Rdteted to the directorate. f serious obtaJis' and directors .Board ivas tacreaV .wggtstei, mother, indlca- alone 6n a "perma- __ _A. 4 J_______1. 1___J_ >ercd d7 expect liWte .ytot and saund basis.'' PoJSh regulations ini feie 'Went tf _.HIsLeri she conOnued i'The group's Income past yea-- anjemeigency. on the with as "pro- are an .estimated. The cooperate American, boat was tHc Male ind Shore F-sheriesj Dcpt.rtnent with funds mt.de aval! able A the Legislature Last CommlrtlOn- er Arthur B. Grecnlea' annauiced. i The bamed was seven yea -s >go for la weaUhy rew Yoik quarters tonight that Poland's policy toward ing the a meeting la' Germany' .and Danzig "has not been Utlca tomorrow for ratification. even Kc-1 with a sIKrht German troops were massed alonj ilgn-edi slightest" by CHr- the threa or four Degree Ust to port in she entire Polish ready for Germans meanwhile expressed man-Soviet Russian non-aggress on now getting from 83 centsjo about 9? feet bf water. any emergency, but the belief pre- the view that Adolf Hitler was in a Pact negotlauons. on the various grades. The new Two stern- pontoons, the last of galled hi German circles that position co bring a decisive, turn on "Taere is ro defeatism to Poland price of representa a ____________ _____ nine taat! Uftndi the vessel to ler Beichsfuehrer Hit.er would have Nazi demands for the return df the and this country is fully prepared of various grade prices ranging where m Pties-lne relic; con vei'-lon presan- restinpJplace last Thursday, will on demands oh Polanl free city I of panzig and territorial to folf ill. her responsibility as ,-e- from to ir were cut. loos land towed into without disturbing! Europe's peace, concessions from Poland. gards the protection of peace Allen sal  datv on the craft. sounds of warfare, remained fire, the troops -wert forced to wadi undist-jrbed tca-lght as troops ]hej shallow, stream U-' in r.ainc Tater 3oL .._. in tae signed duty. 'on the craft. would canter ne'fican Poland in anf .Two of tie conferring powers The an _ i 4.nc i-uau iunder command firs army- maneuvers, Major General-Morris B. Payne, Tomorrow afternoon approximate- consisted bf the 26? i Massachusetts ly 36..0CO .National -Guardsmen will (Continued on Page 7) anri Ac Tomorrow afernoon approximate- coi jy- 360to Natlcmal Guardsmen wTll ,irom-r.j- j _', v g; taan march out of tieir camps to oppose to 'decline K ngs- of "fight- tiemanor (6831m.StreetfBangor alongia w.W ront. H( i Ttacrtsm triHnv flf P: oral It wil DC In nTSt time in these Plattsburg, N.'Y.. Aug. (OonUaned 3) viwrvki jwauon in European politics first time in these more than a week O3S1D1C f uue in uuc 5 a game, it ngures eg the conference, open- D f ,'lr' .point would efeat for" and it rould agree- C 5 LEISURE BY SEA BY AIR Ridge and Mrs, of BrocUton- tgaaon OSS1XP, the._pol.cy of -he Bri edl'xjr, fXO jr Saivs t It Wck' Baldwin, Me., Aug. yesterday, returned to.Augusta with Federal, state and town agenc.es fn Work on temporary bridges will- pushsd plans tonight to tie to- start tomorrow. IveryefforTwlU be gether swiftb' a highway network exerted to open the roads to traffic cut and" undermined by a deatn- within a few days, but it will take dealing cloudburst In an area 10 to restore all the Five of Governbrs'are miles arounc this southwestern officials made avail- 1 i now ph.hand to watch its greatest Maine village. able from, their disaster fund, and- Advises TGGHO els P. Murphy of New Hampshire day-long survey trip by autojno- appeals lor -JOIm JLSSUe -janu. and Herbert H, Lehman of New bile, boat anc through a additional Federal aid. York, early comers were Leverett coun-.ryslde .w-iere three died, crops rwhJe the State would assume were ruined, 17 bridges went cut (Continued on Page Sea, Hides Suitable For Making Shoes of''Maine seals have YorRJ City ft-fpre Action 38-hour period. Hampden, Me., Aug. 22 (IP) Saitonsta.1.of Massachusetts, George were ruined, 17 bridges went cut 3 when he jfc und ending [In imidftnorning today save Popular .defeat of a D> Alken of Vermont and Wlllam and hard-surfaced as well as :t him.. i. i two National Guardsmen' corps ar- bond issue proposal Sept. ii, Roy I. H. Vanderbilt Of Rhode Island. roadi were made impassable late i J frtiTAft niVillA I i _ t. -------________________ _...____________. ______.___ o-h Kn Rome, Aug sian j-lile i-itmuyc many would not necessarily exciuce Qayda, writing'.-' ,n Russia rrom Jolnujjg en -allianee pltajla, fr.taln ;and Fralnce, tor.feht. i C vll The mfojrmaJit said, w-H tie 'ft', the arti- G.orrae wee .t the evsnt s most diixomats continuc rayed against each other, while in I a separate the 1st Division opposec the 1 reinforced [by Cavalry. j-l raean' th? formcr state pTtrSltag fS in aVpeech prepared to each. casf.to IrXce re- Army tacticians said the 18th of highway funds wll wWchMc K ordered tp Maine. Eventually why.no: id Salmon r.icipalltics should pay one fourth position to assistance costs (from local highT Iare (would Rfsi.----p I I joyernmet: s of in Case o: v Washinjton, (ff) A TreaiUry and Justice Bepartmeita. score of ,high government officials, Commission spok6s- In extraordinary discussed of preserving JAm- and Fisheries on Page 5) leather. Sea and Shore Commissioner Arthur R. said Tuesday. 'added that oU from cnse f led An laughed at first when the the um- _. money, being reimbursed from erican neutrally and safeguaMing highway funds.) mean that -f Ger- attacked' 'Polaad, ,Russa n lease from the neutral and Russia the 18th 'bat failed pel a witicrawal. FurMer east, Tiere the flrit and predicts Mexicar. Grabs Survives refused to di- Gaesarian Surgery conference, it Americans abroad in event of for- eign conflict. Although officials vulge details ol their was learned that discussion-of safe- guarding nationals in Europe took in the Boston market." mlssloner and the if .Commerce announced find commercial- uses for the and' flesh of seals were meeting with "good results." was announced i an I seeonft of National Guards- I Saco; Me., Aug. Pan- into consideration the possibility of day Coventry and Warw alonr he Saranac, both American Union representative. fore- evacuating them f-om danger shire Hospital. forces failed in gaining their objee- saw today amicable settlement of A representative of the Maritime British medical records sho PARTS lives and were! dead ocked the Mexican oil and land expro- Commission, who attended the only two similar cases, the most "UoriUes said the r nrincirial clauses, ac- cordlne 'o thU source, wLl consist of a nfedie to isstaln-Vrom one another and a pro- iHlgli t remain neutral later i attached by. a 5, 1-2 He said the plans were first made weighed two pounds. de at A ag af.Pord later _ a told the Institute of World Affairs during the Czecho-Slovaklan crisis (Scientific sources said the" bsfoy d the two countries atlll arte "indis- and since have been kept up to'date. removed by i.he 'op f is hours by t hlle is the t Into FiscLfc, ever, Bd tho cojlt-pse (heir-deMjnjJon lj- succcsjfH attack launched th.e two countries atlll are "indis- and since have been kept up to'date. removed by The 'operation was a second Coaxrwai by sombly. tied together." One high authority said the sole twin !who htd fafied :to develop Brigade. was called iAnothdr- speaker, Mejlvin H, purpose of the1 meeting .'was ta get properly. Twins of this sort, cine e line day in reserve. Uaatsch, asslstont professor of poll- an exchange of views. He did not grow-hg-Inside the the o h- mov from Its bivouac teal science at the rjniverSlty of disclose decisions, if any, had er, ace uncommon but well known only language been arrived at. in n-cdlcal ligature, ithcy' said. ;ands Is fOrec, Officials attending the meeting These burled twins" do riot as- a role with iprce. i represented the State. Navy.TWar, reach! lull development.) v t COMPLITt STOCK OH HAND ItKHK I IVAIT WEBUVCARS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Portland can be" flu-jred by subtrac -e ing O-.MO c iflere ccs" froml tlm s at midnight, tie 83rd attacked at Vermont, said, the .onl of given ret Augusta. All '.tae li A. M.. x> driv the Tirst Corp's Adolf Hitler understan ol f left f ank ,'back across t.ie Stranac. Which must be met wit iNEWSPAPER HI.AH CITV HAI-t ,41 f.l'STA NEWSPAPER!   

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