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   Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1941, Pulaski, Virginia                                vv V 3WTftfiY r TODAYS THOUGHT Be not overcome of but over come evil with THE SOUTHWEST TIM Your Evening Newspaper Considered A Member Of 98 Per Cent Of The Homes In This Section VIRGIN 131 1941 LIBfto if WEATHER VIRGINIA Pnrtljr cloudy tonight WMlntBdBy With locnl thunder prs Wednesday nftcrnoon copt night warmer In east ion VOLUME 135 Aitoolatea Preii Service JULY 1941 Carrier Boy Within City 15c Per Week SINGLE COPY 3 CENTS Action Is Pushed OnMajor Bills By Leaders Administration leaders marshalled their forces to get the tax bill to the house floor under rarelyused parlia mentary procedure designed to curtail strictly the number of possible Although critics denounced the method as a gag indica tions were that it would be sanc tioned by the and that the bill would be approved sent to the possibly Fri in virtually the form recom mended by the house ways and means The rule would authorize three days of debate and barall amend ments but those sanctioned by the ways and means Boosts Revenues Imposing the heaviest dual and corporation income taxes in the nations the reve nue measure would bring federal tax collections during the year June TOVARIGH Acting Secretary of State Sumher Welles is pic tured as he greeted Filip Golikov with cordial hand clasp as latter artd Engineer Alexander of the soviet arrived in presumably for conferences on United States war aid to Left to right Secretary soviet Ambassador Constantine Ourhanskyj Ways and means committee ex perts estimated that although the new levies would only about during the remainder of the current fiscal they and the existing taxes would yield about GO per cent of government tures during the first full year of As recommended to the the bill would tap individual in comes for about ad ditional annually through a drastic system of surtaxes start ing at five per cent on the first dollar of taxable BACK TRAINING BILL Administration leaders in both chambers of congress threw their influence today behind president ially requested legislation to ex tend the military training period at national guardsmen and The house military committee was called into executive session to consider a service extension resolution paralleling in most re spects the one approved by the senate military affairs committee last Chairman May of the house committee forecast approv al of the but changed in at least one particular from the senate May said war i department feared the senate ver sion specific authorization for retaining members of the guard in service beyond one Senate passage of the measure appeared White House strategists made a quick canvass of the membership yesterday and declared opponents could muster no more than 30 votes out of Chairman Reynolds only member of the military affairs committee to vote against the conceded freely that It would be approved oil the NEWS BULLETINS WILL ASK UEGISLATiON v UP President Roosevelt will ask congress foy price Control legislation in message i DROPS OEPTH BOMBS senate naval committee released quoted Secretary of Navy Ktnox as testifying that the captain of a United States destroy er dropped three depth bombs oft the coast of Greenland when he believed he was in possible danger of attack from a NOTES ARE SENT I The German government has sent notes to all South American governments de claring that the Belmonte note figuring in the expulsion of the German minister from Bolivia was the well informed Dienst AusDeutschland said SUCCESS CLAIMED IP Authorized German sources asserted tonight that German submarines yesterday and last 19 British vessels totalling These ships were said to have been in a transAtlantic Germans reported one destroyer and one corvette protecting te convoy also were sunk DUKE IN CANADA JP The Duke of youngest brother of King George arrived here today to begin an inspection tour of air training establishments and see other phases of war NAVY DETERMINED Japanese correspondent aboard a Japanese warship steaming southward for the occupa tion of French IndoChina radioed today that the over whelming sentiment of the Japanese navy is clear the disturbers of peace let us protect from inteinational PROTOCOL IS SIGNED French Vice Premier Admiral Jean Darlan and Japanese Ambassador Sptomatsu Kato signed a protocol for common defense of French Indo China an official announcement Churchill Claims 1s May Be Crucial IP Prime Minister Churchill in a torrent of words which over whelmed his opposition today de fended the record of British war production declared the United States of the greatest single is giving Us aid on a gigantic scale and is advancing in rising wrath and conviction to the very verge of W All Britains armed have been warned to be at concert pitch by September 1 and to maintain the uhnost vigilance against an attempted German an authoritative source declared to The prime minister cautioned the nation to be on guard equal ly against pessimism and but said the British peo ple should be heartened by the magnificent strength and courage of Russia and by the of the United he is advancing in rising wrath and conyietion very Churchill declared the bat tle of the although far from being has partly through American intervention moved impressively in our Other credits on the British war he were the breaking of German air superior ity and the reduced number of luftwaffe attacks on But the is not he The mass of de structive munitions which they the Germans have made or cap the skill and au1 dacity of their striking the tuthlessness of their central ized war direction The re sources of many lands which may to some extent become available to them forbid the slightest relax CHURCHILL HEARD Prime Minister Winston Churchill warned Britain today of the possibility of a German invasion attempt rejected demands for appointment of a minister of war production and spoke with con siderable regret of the sever ance of diplomatic relations with naziassociated The invasion season is at he All armed forces have been warned to be at concert pitch by September 1 and to maintain the utmofct Must Stand Ground He that it is madness to suppose that Russia or the United States is going to win the war for Churchill declared that parlia mentary and press demands for a coordinator or minister of pro duction would be and he deplored careless criticism of Brit ish industries for its effect particularly in the United States and Nazi Coimnunifjues Report Success In South WAR WAIF Abandoned amog the still flaming ruins of to this Russian baby finds the camera more interesting than of devastation around NEA UP Rus sian counterattacks against Adolf Hitlers invading legions re j today to have spfggd to all major sections of the front in one of the greatest battles of s all The soviet atmosphere was one of calm Germans are still trying to pusff particularly in the lensk sector of the central military observers but jthere and in the Zhitomir of the Ukraine they are bi against the firmness and bornness of the Good Neiglibor Policy Rapped Clark Would Occupy Pare Column 8 OnceFamous As Cattle Shippiiig Mi With Thousands Driving To Take Becomes Boom it MOORE Start Writer Dubljn is a typical boom town like you read about in the news papers and see in the It has no oil no gold nor even any large fac but Dublinis the boomingest boom spot you ever heard tell of tjiese if you a town with only 500 population where everyone knows everybody where a few around during the day in front of the towns handful of stores whittling and conversing about the next the pio who died last the ac cident that may have marred he traffic on the the neraployjwnt times this journey about the towns streets Instead of talking unemploy the kids and the usual trend of those who have time are talking about the New RiverOrdnance a bagging plant for powder made near Radford by Hercules Powder and dont have time to talk are working in the enormous helping Uncle ISam to solve the national defense Automobiles whirl around the congested streets like flies i hovering over a stick of sugar candy which has fallen upon the and people dash In and out of business establishments like ants building new home a and acouple of dozen piled out of each enjoyed their Two new subdivisions have One is the Dublin Heights and already It homes have been constructed while I the other is very close the bagging plant located only a mile and a half from the city The traffic situation has caus ed the addition of another police Bernice formerly of Wythe assists Har leas and with tlhe aid of the Hercules do a pretty job of keeping things under Most of the guards have been commissioned aa deputy the towns extends glad rush i for1 Was the first mayor and has continued to except for Wo or three ever Postoffice Busy Business increased accord ingly with the swift change in the says the money order window business has increased a thousand per cent in the past few and postal receipts are up 600 per The postoffice has only 250 Anderson says it could easily rent another and this is responsible for the fact con struction will soon on a new The office has added two and there is a long line of customers most of the cashier of the Bank at says deposits have Safeguard Declaring that the good neigh bor policy has been a Senator Clark suggested today that the United States take over control of all Latin America and He mentioned puppet govern ments as one means to such an one of the senate group opposing administration foreign told newsmen that in stead of talking about sending soldiers to Europe we ought to think v about using them here in our own Sees Opportunity the Idaho senator it probably would not be neces sary to fire a single shot to take control of this whole We could make some kind of arrangement to set up puppet governments which we could trust to put American interests ahead of those of Germany or any oth er nation in the Clark said that throughout its the United States has had an opportunity to consolidate North and South America under its It may he that this is our last If we dont it when it is we shall have tolook forward to neverending quarrels and jeal foreign infiltration and other dangers to our APPROVAL REFUSED W The house refused today to ap prove the compromise form of legislation which would authorize the president ta take over indus trial plants when interruptions of production impede or delay the defense PLEASE iFORT LEONARD have asked to quit enclosing get acquainted notes to laundry girls intheir bundles of dirty shirts and REAL iJP the army drafts1 Edward Finley the weekly Tigard News goes Hes the papers 2 editor 3 linotype operator and 4 THE WAR TODAY By DEWITT MACKENZIE One of the grim aspects of the l cian Virginians Gain Hopes Of Cooler Weather Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A break in the heat wave in the east but no general relief for the north central states for the next two That was the gist of the weather bureaus forecast today after surveying atmospheric con ditions over the broad expanse where 1941s worst hot has which todays reports inr dicate is continuing with fierce intensity but without much change in is that it has devel oped into a savage and primitive battle of extermination which is costing the lives of untold thou The nazis early announced and frequently emphasized com of the red army as its primary The matter presumably was publicized by Berlin for the purpose of tadshevist 0 but for once nazi propaganda seems to have gone Somebody over looked the fact that there were few announcements likely to make the reds fight The muscoyites have the German guage and responded in kind to theHitlerianmethods of The as I pointed out is an al together bloody business of the survival of the But ther0 is another issue in this terrible battle of millions which far transcends the ord inary stakes of That which of the two naziism or is to v The Hitlerites havent limited their bbjectives to the oblitera tion of the1 red say they will destroy the communist regime as witness their statement a few days ago that there will not be any soviet union at the end of this and there will not be any bplshevist regime which created this union of soviet To this threat the muscovites havent replied in but Acting Secretary of State Wel les declares that there can be no peace until the Hitlerite government has been finally and utterly That echoes British Premier Churchills his toric line beat the life and I soul oqt of and Hit lefisni that Now if two and two do make four one is forced to the con clusion that either the commun ist or the nazi government is on the way It strikes me that interlock ed with this is another question of even greater moment than the life or death of a is what is to be the fate of the peoples whose govern ment has been Are they to be permitted the free choice of another government for or is na tion perchance to be perhaps by being dismembered In otfielr are the people to be held equally responsible with Page Launches D HP 1 1 our By 1 ruck V Gubernatorial Candidate To Finds l From now until Saturday night State Senator Vivian of Nor will literally be on the road in his last week drive to himself Virginia as j a candidate for governor in the primary August He made ready to roll out of Richmond today in a white and blue sound truck from which he can carry his di rectly to the voters to any point I can get a Stop Planned His first overnight stop was to be Martinsville where young Democrats of the fifth congres sional district are to assemble today in annual He and Colgate of Nor also a candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomin will speak there Ready for his trip which would carry him from Martinsville into Southwest Virginia and practi cally all parts of the Sen ator Page pointed with pride to his campaigning In it Was a typewriter and chairs which can be used for resting en It carried sound and loudspeaking equip ment which could be used bbthat the truck or for speaking in a Two doors could pushed back to t leave open the front of the Accompanying the senator On the trip was his REWARDS REVEALED UP A highly authoritative German pro nouncement said today that Fin lands reward for joining the war against Russia and breaking rela tions with Britain would be two Her position is to be exalt ed above that of all other Scandi navian Her territorial aspirations for a greater Fin land are By THE ASSOCIATED A red army bulletin today that Adolf Hitlers old drives toward Moscow and were breaking against the firmness and stubbornliess of our troops and that in some places Russian troops had opened coun inflicting heavy losses the Hitlers high command assert ed that the red armies in south Bad beeh thrown back the Bessarabia buffer state into the and it gavethfe picture of action on the vital cen tral front Pdwer Groups Halted The enemys power which Were overrun in the course1 of our breakthrough of the in line in the direction of Smo lensk now have been virtually 1 Wiped The nazf communique repor that the last encircled Russian troqps eastward of Smolensk were facing annihilation and that a great number of prisoners would be reported in a few days as a result of this tremendous battle of On the Leningrad the Germans said that soviet forces west of Lake Peipus trapped by units assigned to mop up Estonia were also facing Germanallied Rumanian troops were reported to have reached the region of the Dniester which separates Bessarabia from the soviet and Bessarabia is thus completely Fighting Is Violent Throughout the a sovietr communique violent figh raged in three mam sectors the battlefront on the Nevel and Smolensk guarding and the Zhitb mir front in the ing the Russian Ukraine capital of It was one of the most mistically worded soviet communi ques of the contrasting sharply with yesterdays r by the German high command troops were on the thre of victory in the Smolensk sec 230 miles west of Mos The Russian fleet in the on 8 DEMAND REPORTED UP A Reu agency dis patch today said japan had demanded that Thai land join Japans new order in East Asia in return for Laos and which are part of Indo Sheriff Is Asked To Aid Bachelor In Locating Mate A sheriff has to dispossess and arrest he to talk a lot of and maybe now and then he has to let a bullet whine its not hard to understand that Sheriff Wilson of Hen rico may be finding it a pleasant diversion to hunt a Senate Leaders Japan Policies IP Despite Japanese hints WMW natrnm farreaching developments in White House J senate today urged the administration hold uns ingly to the policy it has adopted the Far Senator Lee porters that I we ought to hit Japan w weve we hot to back up an Poll the people will support In a similar Senator per DFIa asserted that is the to let Tokyo whether we mean knows no laiif except The state silently followed the of Far K where Japaneag pation was reported and in irberf intentions regmrabif tional settlement   

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