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   Delta Star, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1938, Greenville, Mississippi                             This World of Ours Late Bulletins, Quirks And Briefed Fea- luren, Which Put World on Your Front Porch THEDE WEATHER MISS.: Local ihou-ers Sunday'' and Momluy. Mnilcralu vrly whnly on Hit; consl. 'ONE DAY AHEAD' VOLUME II GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1938 NUMBER 21 I'lUS MUSSOLINI They disagree nboul Ji'uis Mussolini's Attitude After Pope's Stand Causes Speculation Over Break gail of the Vatican, made no re- ference lo Ihc speech. The Cath- olic newspaper AvvonirD D'ltalia printed tbe statement with care- fully guarded and brief comment expressing the hope that rela- tion between the church llaly wuuld not be strained. "Hear Mussolini shouted lo u group of young1 fascists whom he addressed while here on an inspection tour, "and let .everyone know that eviu in tile question of rnce wr intend to KO straight ahead. To s.1y that fascism has imitated someone or something is simply absurd." The Pope's speech .yesterday lo students, in which he said "We aslc ourselves why Italy with unhappy imitation felt' the necessity of copying and Mussolini's blunt reply, caused observers to speculate whether a break might develop Italy, July 30 (UP) Premier Mussolini's decara- lion today that fascism would proceed applValiua of a recently racial pol- icy, despite the admonitions of I'ope I'ius, seemed lo leave no doubt lhat the government has embarked on an anti-Jewish program. Tension increased in Jewish wlien II Duce himself pronounced Ihe racial pi ogram, which heretofore has been en- unciated by Achille Sltirace, sec- retary of Ihe paily, and olher officials. feared stringent measures shoitly would be taken against them. .Italian newspapers termed Mussolini's statement that "we will go straight ahead" with ra- cial policies, regardless of papal criticism of racialism and nation- alism, as "vibrant, clear and un- equivocal." The Osservatore Romano, or- Continued on PCIJC Eight Charges Against Mayor's Abductors GREENWOOD, Miss., July 30 (UP) Kidnapi.ng and robbery charges were filed today against Jumes Lyle -j A 1 -A' and M. C. Sides, both of Dallns, Texas, in connection wilh U6Spl IG AdmOft 1 JTODC the abduction Thursday night of Mayor G. L. Ray. Eay was forced to drive several miles from town by Ihe who look from him. This Time We Don't Blame WPA NEW ORLEANS, July 30 (UP) Idcntily of nn aid full- Icnglh portrait hanging in flic city hall wr.-i established tonight after mniiths'of research by puzzled but palienl WPA workers. The subject was William Henry Harrison, once president of the United Slates. Cdrrigan Gets Nominal Penalty WASHINGTON, July 30 (UP) The Bureau of Air Com- merce today imposed a nominal penally on Douglas G. Corrigan, the flying Irishman who headed for California but landed in Dublin after crossing the AUan.tic in a airplane. hnposing as gentle a reprimand as possible, Acting Sec- retary of Commerce J. Monroe Johnson ordered Corrigan'b pilot certificate suspended for five days. Inky Has Birthday Party NEW ORLEANS, .Inly lil) (UP) Jacqttelyu Aiinc-Clcin- cnl, who .began life three and one-half months ahead r.I schedule, (cnisli! prepared for a prunwUire liirltulny celebration. After slie was born Aug. .1, she, was inclainniccl "Inky" by .nurses because iif Ihc long period she wns forced lo spend ill an incubator. Doctors predicted only :i short existence for Ihc baliy, which weighed two pounds, eight ounces. ,lac- quelyn now weighs I'.l pounds, eight muiivcs, nnd was ex- pected to add a little more weight tomorrow because nf the ice cream ordered for her. Admit Hankow Endangered SHANGHAI, Sunday, July .31 (UP) Tho Chinese gov- _ ornnicnl admitted for (he first time ioclay that Hankow, B the provisional capital, was by steadily aclvanc- w lilt; Japanese armies. -k Quins Get Papal Blessing MADISON, Wis., July Thii Catholic Central Verein of Amerira has been delegated by Pope Pius XI In deliver to the Dioime quintuplets a scroll bearing Hie papal blessing, Frank C. ISIicd ef Madison an- nounced today, No Revision Of Tri-Party Agreement .-WASHINGTON, Pbliticufum-esl in Eair-. Ope generally satisfactory operaticn'of the tri-par- tile monetary accord preclude any immediale moves for revision of the Franco-British-American agreement, gov- ernment fiscal officials said lonight. School Bus Overturns Teiui., July 30 (UP) A school bus, loaded with persons returning frcm a political rally in La- Tcnn., overturned wlien it collided with n parked truck on a curve late today, seriously injuring four and slightly hurling ethers. The bus was owned by John Lynch, cadidate for .'sheriff. The driver, Lynch, said be did rul see the Iruck parked on Iho curve. Convict Names Terms For Surrender ATLANTA, Ga., July 30 (UP) A lire-term convict who escaped (Van a Georgia prison camp Friday, tonight of- fered to give himself but mined his own terms for (ho surrender. S. J. (Slim) Scarborough, sentenced for murder in 1925, made his seventh escape from a Georgia road gang working te.n miles south of Carrolllon. B. J. Dantone, attorney whoso office is across from tho Kill Ion county courthouse, said Scarborough sent a mes- sage to him today, outlining his terms. "I'm not going to surrender until I get il in black and while from the governor that Til be sent to Ihc Thomas county said the message. DanloiiL1 said Scarborough wanted lo gn to Thomas county to lio near his mother, who livos across Ihe line in Flnrida. GUESS WHO 'Ar .Yes lord ay's CJuefs Who wns j.rmtki younK cluthintr .salesman, suL-fir-ssriiUy followed a laishu-s.; tiirccr while his family chiKt- lit- rr.'ilu.'c and 1 jw, c- who will receive passe- S( Shirti'y Temple in Msi-? Hrundwny." ;il the Para- niiuint Theater Monday, :nv: Sirs. Ch.irlt's l.ocb Mrs. J. C'. Sirs. William Kcucly t f; f: Today's Guc.-tf Who ij liir hcnd of n fiijft-growing and ivc Knd of hccn in charge for the past two yeaiv. fit; is ;ni active mem- ber of Ihe Lions Club, and re- cently promoted a junior busi- ness builders for youngsters, (KomeiT.rcr not to phone your RUCSS before 8 a. m. today, West- ern Union time. This contest is open only lo subscribers to The Delta Star or members of (heir Immediate family. No one per- son may win twice Jn one week.) (Please give your suggestions for "Guess Who" individuals to be described. We won't use. them would be too easy on we will ut'Hr- Jially, and maybe sooner than yyu think. And we'll take the picture none available.) BROWNING WILL SAILIWICK Dixie Davis Trades Evidence Against Jim Hines For Release OIL SLICK Memphis Politic.il Leaders Work to Prevent Having Voling Booths Patrolled GOVERNOR'S MOVE CLIMAXES CAMPAIGN Political Struggle-Is Most Turbulent Since .Car- pel bag Tim 33 MEMPHIS, Julv ShcIL-y county politic- al leaders feverishly nijiiH 10 prevent through intilioils the invasion of Memphis by 1157 nuUouul gunrj lianas to putro! voling booths mi jni- inary election nexl Tlilirs- It learned reliably thai nn injunction be stjtiiitu iji Fed- eral District Court to lioll the sL'lieduted- movement of Mo li-oops into the city. .Shelby enmity iitt'ivney.-i ed hurriedly lo complete the pe- titution for an injuiU'tifin after it was learned clefinitely tlmt.Gov. (jordon lind ordered the natiotuil ID rnobil- JIMMY HINES A redhead DIXIE DAVIS them 'caiuc between Racket's Mouthpiece Persuaded To State's Evidence By Mistress Turn ES WEEK WASSON BLAME SWOTS More Potent-Than the New Deal in Limiting Produc- tion, Says Economist NEW ORLEANS; July so (UP) The vaginie.s of sun- spots were advanced' tonight as causes more potent than govern- ment control in determining col- lun production. Rain and the boll weevil vary wilh the ami the cotton yield changes correspondingly. In n study covering 30 years, I. V. Shannon of Ihe cotton brok- eraiv_' firm of Fenner and Deo tie, found not only that yields had vai'icd wilh the intensity of sun- light but that long-range crop preilicUoiLs could he made witEi a chsjrl of solar radiance fore- casts. Jn 1932 he predicted the bump- er crop of 1937. Applying his solar radiance theory Shannon sees hope of eli- minating the national and inler- nationnl cotton surpluses a in obK'm over whicit economists and hi'ain-li inters liavc pofed "We are now in tl'e tail end of a long pi-Hot) uf rain- fall and iiin-eiiSL-d lieat." he observed. An iircH'.tlrn1 cycle of increas- ing rainfall expL-ctt-d lo I'C'fufe Ih.e nt.'xt crnp is planted and continue until 19i2ui' wlien the jieak of sola'r va- diniiL-e is due iirui anotlicr Is likely (o produced. "It u-iil lake but OIK- .small crop lu civuto a demoiifl for col- Ion -sufficient to wbjorb a large tif our Shannon paid. "After lhat wo are apt to SOP ;j scrcmiblu fur the remainder of the surplus. A shrinking sur- plus, acLTirdivig to pas I records, on Pajc Six Negroes Arrested Here On Liquor Charges Six negroes, including four wrjmen, were arrested yes- terday in and around Greenville from the Federal Alcohol tax unit, and were taken lo Vicks- hurg where they will face charg- es. Chief Investigator C. D. Pace and Investigators C. A. Newman nnd John Pace, aided by lorn! police officers, 1 Pearl Young. Irene Stewart of Green- ville, and Thompson, Beik Gilley, Emma Clark and Joe Armstrong for possession and niiinufaclure of whiskey. A tn- lal of about twenty gallons f f uhiskey wns found. Philadelphia Area Searched For Desperado -A- .PHILADELPHIA, Miss., July 30 (UP) Charles Chapman, Arkansas road contractor who became an outlaw, was sought by G-Men near his birthplace tuday. After several the n gents decided Chapman was not in this vicinity he was horn in !808. !lu was wanted for bank robbery und violation or the Na- tional Motor Vehicle Act, Chapman usually is- repotted in Arkansas where lit- is familiar with the territory. He built many ronds there before turning lo crime afler I.is hold- ings were wiped out. during a depression. Charges of Bigotry, Coercion and Issue of New Deal Campaigns WASHINGTON, J u y 30 (UP) Charges nf racial and religious bigotry, political coer- cion and the issue of loyally to the New Deal figured variously today in campaigns will be climaxed next week by pri- mary elections in six states. Knnsns, Missouri, Virginia nnd 'West" Virginia elections take plnce August 2. They. will he followed by Tennessee. August 4, and Kentucky, August ti. Kentucky's primary lias top billing for nexl week's show. President Roocovoll unrninUfietUy ondor.sed the candidacy of Sen. Albcn W. Bai'kley, lii.s hancl- pickcu Senate Democratic leiul- er, for a re-noinination, Sotnc persons believe re election would enable Dnrkley lo seek Democratic' National Convention favor in 19-10 ns tho New Deal's politicul heir. Gov.  thcr Victor fa. Croquet considered a gen- teel game, one which Indies :mJ gentlemen of poiF.c and culture could enter mild enthusi- asm. It has even been vjhisper- cd that the king could swing wicked mollel himself. And what or this Iransplant- ing, of a Victorian gamo in twen- tieth century uoil? V, ell, it is some gam of croquet ve- g.irdlcs-; nf lime or Hut tremble to think what Kind Ed ward rnu s t vc f-I t w] i ui i .looked dnwn for the first time ;il a croquet ground where the- ladies wore wearing shorts. In ln> lime the Indy plnyer v.'orc a pique or linen skirt which sxvcpt the atid was held out from lite figure? by at least five lace trimmed petti- coats. Her shirtwaist wan hig3i collaied and the costume was completed with a big hat and M End of Fourth Weekr End, Question of Value Limits Still Unsettled -A- JACKSON, Miss.. July 30 (UP) "Tax relief for Missis- sippi's homestead-j was i ctardcd tonight by House and Senate ideas on what to ex- chip t. The Senate voted lo exclude city taxes, except for Hie pur- pose of school maintenance, but Ihid may be set aside when it meets Monday to reconsider fho If the action is killed, the two brnnches will agree on this phnse of the program. At the end of Ihe fourth week- end of the special session the question of valua ion limitation still was unsettled. The sent the upper chamber a bill which provided (or a lop limit of This was revised lo exempt all Two ssn- atoi s then attempted lo make the teiiing us low as and UOO but these were swept The House, having disposed of its main exemption bills, tur.ied to measures to finance Ihe pro- posal uncl minor l-s standing committee to investigate state otficei was considering a senate committee recommen- dation lhat Agriculture Commis- sioner J. C. Hollon be impeach- ed. He asked that he bo given ati opportunity to testify in his behalf, inasmuch as.he wuu nut ciue.Uinned by Ihe Ssnatt1 group. Cojffi'iut.'tf OM "Messiah" Will Now Have "Cod11 For His Neighbor WKST PARK. N. Y.. July M (UP) (lowland Ppenccr tuday thrl he did not hi.-- Krum t" Divine, Harlem's nop.ro "jxd" f >r tSie purpose of spiling President Hoosfivclt, his neighbor Eit Itydo Park across the Hudson. No, indeed, "I got to thinking he said, "of Ihe steamboat that will bring thousands of colored people from New York to swim in the Hudson here and have pir- nics on the hills, and it rort nf amused me. "Whether we meant tn or not. this really will annoy Franklin a great deal, won't Speuccr said he sold the estate to Father intends to establish there a "divine, mod- ern, mystic standard of because Father Divine offered Fear That Big Flying Crashed into Sea Is Heightened SEARCH DESPITE PESSIMISM; Thirteen Naval Vessels Er gaged in Hunt; No Traces Are Found Except Slick? A' MANILA, July 31 thnt-Pftn American Airway Hawaii Clipper line! crashed in the sea anc3 sunk, wI1h six" pa; senders and a crew of nine, wi today by (he dfscoil cry of o biij "oil slick" last.reported position ton flying boat. The U. S. nrmy Meitr.s. one of H in ihu Creates I sea hunt sinq Amclhi Esu-harL the South Pacific a year' -ajg found Ihe slick but nothin more. The slick, ITiQO feet in circu'n ferctice, was found 40 mili roulh southwest of the posillo given in the last radio repd .from tbe four-cpgined'" which, was due here Friday 6n- IGfiO-mHe fliRht fiom Guam i Capt. Leo Tcrlelzky, "befot silence enveloped the- CISppe reported :it noon Friday ll was about 5GS miles cyst E'hilippines. flying through ra, in rough air at fl200 feet. message gave no hint of troubl The Moigsl del ailed vepqi seemed to dash early' hopes th; the flontinj; oil iniehl have" bee left by ft steamship course. .The transport .vacHoe ttie Jjlick contained gasolir ns welt as lubricating oil.-Sllcl left by linevs contain, otily pil.' Despite the ominous of Ihe' gasoline, and the" cojiiii --_ued abEt-hce o( any sign'als'.fro searched the niri thrbugliout Saturday. Vviih'o; finding any 'trace' of the. era vrpve to go iiloCt again at Thirteen naval vessels were.ei gaged in the -y If, as HIP Aleigs'- findin seemed to Ihc crashed and snnk, it" would -J the first disaster loss of lives sin Pan American began its Iran Pacific service nearly two yea ago. 5 Pan American officials; hoV ever, did not give up hope. :.T flick, they said, mifiht have bet caused by the Clipper dumpii gasoline and -oil preparatory. a forced-landing. The pointed out, carried emergen rations of food and water stiff cient to supply thfl 15 passenge rnd crew members for 15 do Continued on Eight Ford Gets Big Birthda Ccjuliiiucrt on I'atj? DETROIT. July (fJi The city in whii-li .Hci Ford turned !ii.s tnvcn'ivc intn on hiduslri'jl cmoii'f: ini{ sii-nunc.1 tlio 'S a viuyinr' Iml: y en 1 75th birthday. Ford 'wyit deeply hard for t.' krcp be (he fears when 10 oft') cbiltlrcn in the Ir'a snnu "Happy You" V.'hnn v.- Ii i t c rlic inivrly cion( rd hiijj :i of ro tliL- h n s or i command; nivirl a millinii JKM-OI> jiivl for r, tune runs isil nir.o f i g u r c o u 1 d mumbl only a la-.v 'than! you.' All DC'mil ed in, tho biith Dsarhorn Ins night a pagean j held in hi honor. T ii i f morning Ihc chil- dren from fill me cio s pia grounds wnvcd. American fk and shouted Ford's name at t Coliseum as ho drove around 1 arena-in a 1908 car. This evening. Ihc induslri and civic leaders of the cify sembled at a banquet to 'p him tribute. Radio hooku brought confiratulotions prominent persons througfif the country. Cqiitiiilied on Page Eight on Page EigM   

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