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Gastonia Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1940, Gastonia, North Carolina Fair continued cold hard freeze to coast tonight tuesday fair slowly rising temperature in extreme West daily Gazette j Aston county. The Fine com Hei Cotton yarn Center of America Quot differing from a Man in doctrine is no reason Why you should pull his House about his . Johnson. Vol. Lxi. No. 73. Member audit Bureau of circulations Nea service Gastonia n. C., monday afternoon March 25, 1940. Associated Presa leased wire single. Copies be bes i a kissed committee favors anti Lynch Bill a Vav a a if of if a Snow blankets most of state Senate group votes 10-3 for debated Bill controversial Issue goes to s Enate floor with filibuster staring it in the face. Washington March 25.�?<a�>�? the controversial Antl Lynching Bill was approved today by a to to 3 vote of the Senate judiciary com Muttee. This action sent the controversial legislation to the Senate floor. Some Southern senators already have Given notice they were ready to talk the measure to death of necessary As they did when it came up there previously. Senator Connally a Texas who has led opposition to the legislation told reporters after the committees overwhelming vote of approval a a we re going to resist it. The Mannerheim line will not even be a tile Bill which the committee approved has already been passed by the House. It provides fines and imprisonment for state officers who permit a Lynching to occur and subjects state subdivisions to civil liability to Lynch victims or their relatives. Chairman Ashurst Ltd Ariz it of j the committee announced the vote i As follows for the Bill senators Neely Ltd i Eva Mccarran a Nev it Van Guys a in Hatch Ltd mex it Burke Ltd neb it of Mahone Ltd Washington March 25.-<tfv wy0 it Hughea a Deaustin a the coldest easier monday in the it it a wis and a amp Hurst records of Ute weather Bureau Cut against the Bill Connally Miller Early attendance at the traditional Ltd Ark it and Chandler Day. White House easter egg rolling to i the Corn Mittee agreed to permit Day far below the usual turnout. Other nal0rs who could not be the weather Bureau went Back present among them King d named America s Best dressed woman of 1940 in the All american class was Gladys Swarthout opera and radio Singer Here shown at Miami in her easter ensemble. Selection was announced by the fashion Academy in new York. I Nea telephoto few at White House egg fete coldest March 25 in history of weather Bureau finds egg rolling crowd very thin. Trade program of is urged by Harrison As safeguard for future Spring Beautiful Spring by or or Washington March 25�? up a senator Harrison a miss opened Senate debate on extending the reciprocal Trade program today with an Appeal to his almost evenly divided colleagues that they retain the system lest an eventual world Trade War threaten this country with a an economic abandonment of the policy of a a executive Tariff making the chair Man of the Senate finance committee asserted would invite foreign Fields and factories to vie Quot with each other and with us Quot As soon As peace returns abroad. Quot let no one be deceived As to the magnitude of that Trade War Quot Harrison admonished. A handful of noncommittal members held the balance of Power on the House approved measure to continue the far reaching program another three years beyond june 12. President Roosevelt has made the continuation proposal one of his key recommendations and republicans have said they would make it a major Campaign Issue. Thus it has come to be Congress Star show of the year and Senate orators on both sides were primed with arguments aimed at convincing the undecided senators. Harrison said he thought that the policy of extending to All nations which do not discriminate against american goods the same Tariff reductions made in the separate Trade agreements promised to become the Quot greatest influence to preserve and promote rational International Trade and the maintenance and preservation of senator Pittman id Nev leading off for opponents said the program was unconstitutional be cause it does not provide for sen sep Ark joins Horton staff prominent Gastonia becomes member of St Iff of gubernatorial candidate. J. H. 8epark, Well known Gastonia who served As Gaston county a state senator in the 1937 and 1939 sessions of the legislature has been appointed a member of the state Campaign Headquarters staff of lieutenant governor Wilkins a Horton of Pittsboro democratic candidate for governor it was announced today from Raleigh by judge Daniel l. Bell state manager of the Horton forces. Senator Separk is the eighth member of the state Senate Over which lieutenant governor Horton presided to become actively associated with the Horton organization at state Headquarters in Raleigh and Over the state. Senator Separk who slime time ago announced he will not be a candidate for the Senate this time confirmed judge Beira announcement of his affiliation with the Horton forces Here today. Senator Many wrecks attributed to snowy easter weather Man promises no immediate Relief from unseasonable cold wave much of South Shivers. Enjoying ? their first Quot White easter Quot in the memory of the oldest residents Gaston ians were treated to some unusual sights yesterday. Jonquil were seen peeping through the Snow Judas Trees and Japonica just ready to burst into Bloom were Laden with feathery White from the skies. Tile photographer caught Here the rare sight of an Apricot tree in full Moon Laden with Snow. The tree is located in the Yard of the Home of John Walters Well known Gastonia Barber on South Street Between fourth and fifth Avenue. Staff photo by Ennis Atkins Utah Pittman Ltd Nev Danaher Ltd Conn and Taft to Ohio to cast their vote later in the Day. There was no immediate indication when senator Van Guys sponsor of the legislation would seek to Call it up for Senate cons Dera of Banks held valid in court As far As 1871. The year it first began to compile Dally temperature readings but could not find a Mark As Low As the 19 recorded Here this morning. White House guards said 5,480 children and adults had passed through the Gates shortly before ton. Noon. They expected Hie Days total would fall far Short of the record tav on in ramp 1937 attendance of 53,180. 1 we Hilum us mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt dress-1 de in a Brown Riding habit Greet j re the children and parents this morning. President Roosevelt who usually puts in an appearance was kept indoors by a cold which has bothered him for a fortnight Quot i Hope you All have had a Happy easter and that you will have a Happy Day Here Quot mrs. Roosevelt said. Quot i Hope the children will run around play and keep a White House policeman tested the Frozen ground with the Tough toe of his Brogan this morning and muttered Quot that la bust any egg Ever the velvety Sod of the presidents Lawn. Turned Cement hard by frigid March winds threatened to raise havoc with thin egg shells at the capitals annual easter egg rolling. Despite the coldest easter weath Separk said his connection with the ate ratification of Trade agreements Horton Headquarters will not Neces the agreements really Are treats Tate that he spend his full time Les Pittman argued and therefore should be subject to ratification by a vote of two third of the Senate. Quot it May seem a Small matter at the present time to Delegate to the president tile Power to make treaties without ratification by the sen ate a he said Quot but once establish this precedent and those who in Raleigh. While he expects to maintain Contact with the Raleigh Headquarters and will probably make frequent trips there from time to time the majority of his work in connection with the Horton Campaign can be handled from his offices Here senator Separk explained. Or. Separk served with do sting Ern ment turn our backs upon it a policy which we inaugurated of we renounce this program we a concluded on Page 7 Washington. March 25�?., the first opinion delivered by just or Murphy the supreme court sustained today a 1935 Oklahoma Law imposing a tax on income received by National Banks in that state from United states government Bonds which had been made tax exempt by Congress. Justice Murphy asserted that Quot the. Power of Congress to authorize a tort Villi Ovlan 18 state to impose a tax on tile fran re i a i _. I chose of a National banking Asso diet ice i o Cain elation cannot now be decision affirmed a ruling in favor of tile tax by the Oklahoma supreme court. Tile state tribunal had held that the six per cent fought our entry into the league j ton in the state Senate in the 1937 i of nations and our adherence to and 1939 sessions and in the latter i the world court May find they have session was chairman of the in no forum in which to discuss such portent Senate committee on Man i a factoring labor and Commerce. Harrison said in his speech widely known Over the slate As Quot if the policy written in this Reso Well As Here in his Home county of lotion is destroyed of we As a gov Gaston senator Separk is a Mem army reduces plane demands foreign Purchase of planes proves Aid to faltering Economy drive in Congress. A right or wrong about people does it pay to talk about our troubles Ber of the executive committee of Duke University a trustees and is past president of the Duke uni throw to the winds an Opportunity Verity alumni association. Closely or in 17 years orders went out to j stale assessment was not an in open the White House Gates at 9 i come tax but a franchise tax Meas Lern. <e8t> to admit the children. I ured by net income. A no dissent to Murphy a decision was announced. Justice mercy nolds did not participate. Tile assessment had been challenged by the tradesmen National Bank of Oklahoma City on the f. I. K Retter Washington. March 25.�? put a president Roosevelt after a restful weekend was said by his physician today to be Quot very much improved but still taking precautions against the cold that has been troubling him for a fortnight. 6ao/ Yah at a 1w/s ? a Rock Hill. S. A. March 25 a a the body of a Man tentatively identified As Leroy Bain 75, of fort Mill was found today in the ashes of a Small House two Miles West of fort Mill. A negro passerby discovered the body. Coroner m. J. Adkins said personal effects led to the conclusion that it was Bain. He said no tracks were seen in Snow about the identified with local and state civic Progress religious growth and fraternal activity or. Separk is a prominent member of main Street methodist Church a Mason and a thriller and since 1925 has been a director of Piedmont do Northern railway company. He played a prominent part in the development of Gaston county a textile Industry. Gaston county manager for Hie Horton Campaign is Fred b. Arro Wood of Bessemer City superintendent of schools there. Hoey in Washington to deliver address Washington March 25-Mc Washington March 25.�? a foreign purchases of warplanes Arr i helping the faltering congressional j drive for Economy by enabling the army to Cut Down on the acquisition j of spare aircraft and engines a by Donald a. Laird ph.d., Sel l. Author of Quot How to improve your brain Power there Are actually millions of. ,.people with troubles they would the d today by Mem-1 Chou in. Ber. Of the military approx fortunate a. Moat of these folks Pnat Lona a Bromm Ute at the same l trouble to themselves me that army cruel announced i 0 Rannea m Laik them the big Job of storing up piles of i Over or from Lack of Confidence in Quot strategic a Torulf orcs. Rubber. In Dong the right person they can fibres a As Quot War insurance was i nearing completion. The House committeemen said Trust. Great planes requested for Reserve Purt it Romp -f001&Quot and menu a a we a a improves. Mental experts use the ground that it was a denial of the j place apparently indicating absence j governor Clyde r. Hoey of North Carolina came Here today to address the annual governors night banquet of the North Carolina society of Washington tonight. He was greeted by former governor o. Max Gardner now a Washington attorney. Gardner and Hoey Are Brothers in Law. Inherent constitutional Power of Conius to borr v Money on the credit of the uni e i suites Clinton. N. C., March 25<ai a a sunday school convention will a held March 26 at the Ebenezer Baptist Church Here. Of foul play. No inquest was ordered. Bain lived at fort Mill with his son by Bain. Adkins said tile elder Bain occasionally would go to the Cabin however for Brief periods he said the House apparently had caught fire while Bain was asleep. Pianos requested tor Reserve Pur poses be eliminated from a pending a key explained that the coun cure Quot Morth Quot try a aircraft productive capacity is j Ai a other single almost triple what it was six months method. Tills if ago when the army prepared its Little More thai j budget estimates for the year Start telling the Troub-1 ing july i. Thus the air corps could Les to a person replace its first line planes in one who understand third the time originally required h u in a n nature even of it had to Start from scratch. I who is s y m p a actually initial replacements j thetic who help could be made almost immediately restore they said by commandeering what Ever military planes the manufacturers had on hand for governments. Economy advocates counted worried to Matt heavily on the foreign buying to i nation help them lop $50,000,000 off the ing real friends who Are older is that they Are a pillar of strength i when our troubles become bother a some. They in turn esteem your Friendship All the greater for the flattering Confidence in them while atm a Allyl re i copyright in. Ota service too next Are women More honest than men troubles grow from Little talking perspective so a amal trouble does not foreign become unduly enlarged by a Charlotte March 25.�? a a North Carolina looked Back today upon its first White easter in Many years and got no immediate encouragement from the weather Man for a break in the unseasonable cold wave. Snow blanketed the greater part of the state. Its depth ranged from one to five and six inches and temperatures in Many places hovered below freezing. All Ball games in the state today were postponed because of Snow covered diamonds and the cold. Despite the cold however Many easter services were held yesterday. At Winston Salem a crowd of 35.000 attended the traditional easter Sunrise service held by the Home moravian Church. They stood in sub freezing weather. The second round in the $5,000 Greensboro open Golf tournament yesterday had to be postponed until today. It was considered unlikely that the annual North and South women a Golf tournament at Pinehurst which was to have started today could begin until tomorrow at the earliest. To la to Snow was general Over the slate from the mountains to the coastal Plains. The Only communities to escape were those on tha coast. Tile state Highway department reported that Many highways in the Western Section of the state were Quot pretty Highway Crews worked to make them less hazardous. There were Many accidents Over 1 the weekend. Near Greensboro on i the Burlington Road George Harold Sawyer. 17. Of White Oak was i killed and three other persons were i injured none seriously when an i automobile overturned on a curve i Avery herring 25, of Wayne county was killed when his automobile 1�? concluded on Page 9> a fears peach crop is considerably Hurt Raleigh March 25.�? a or. W. King who has a Large commercial p<nc1i Orchard Here expressed tile opinion today that the unseasonable weather had damaged the peach crop throughout this Section. King said the amount of damage could not be estimated yet but that a first Survey of some of his tree indicated it might be severe. British ships scour the seas North sea shipping lanes waste hed Ca r e f u 11 y for German shipping Oil grab Humoured. Kuns Fok House weather history is written Here As City observes a White faster i ittle lond a blows into our boarding Thoutt like a rough Gull of Row March wind. This hard boiled impish Chip of Bon ter oui activity totes the patience of major Hoople Tho boarders the neighbors and even Twiggs Moily the motor hits upon a Pion to Carline that Brash Scal Awag a Ond the Way it Oil works out will bring a new kind of fun of fresh As Spring every Day turn to out Boa Dina Ijo oui8 first Snow Ever to fall Here on j churl easter sunday in the memory of even the oldest weather followers wrote new local weather history yesterday As it blanketed Gaston county to the depth of three inches. Easter finery took a beating from the weather As the unprecedented snowfall peppered Down sunday morning on throngs in route to i other parts of the South special easter services at churches in Gastonia and Over the county j unpredicted and unexpected the. Snow caught easter parades in j Many instances in thin Spring suits and feminine fashion plates found j their Spring Straw hats sprinkled with Snow before they got to j i ton said today however he does starting with skittering wind not believe the easter Snow will do driven flurries about to of clock much if any damage to Gaston sunday morning the snowball soon county crops. He pointed out no resolved itself into a steady Down crops Are far enough along to have pour of big flakes that kept up in i beep sufficiently exposed to the til late afternoon. Aston county s three Inch easter snowstorm a amps part of a pretty general Snow fall Over the state and army saving.1 hoped of the a reduce hoi private i making doubt h alone Woi too Savin at the ported it All of $1 for Par materials the unit self suf Iii Chromi m steel i under Are i or. Laird this talking cure has prevented apply Bill. In addition to thousands of nervous breakdowns m the Reserve planes they and apparently cured cases of actual mental disorder. When troubles Are kept to ones self they keep growing cause a distorted perspective and May Wied j drive the person to distraction but telling anybody and everybody the troubles does not help a bit. For one thing people will Likely be bored stiff by the recital for another thing they will Likely agree with the troubled person. Saying Quot sure Ain t it terrible Quot and not help in getting the viewpoint straightened out. Talking the troubles Over Thor j h roughly with some Well educated i to Rny lawyer minister phys n Cut out most if not All $16,250,000 for so called dual orders to familiarise Industry with Munt Lons other members exp a that those items recount for a $50,000, d London Marc Britain a warships Many a North sea a today in an Effort to Trade wit Brand Ina it Clon mounted that the be engineering a grab Oil. Pushing her be from Home Shori three blows Agair chant Marine in 25. Ping weather to be much damaged. Even fruit crop he said Are not expected i in non to be heavily damaged since most fruit Trees have not budded to any appreciable extent. A few Trees have official local thermometer at the bloomed Here and there but no size Elty Hall which earlier in the week Able Orchards will be Hurt it we As had risen above 60 degrees in the thought. Jonquil were about the midst of a spell of Balmy Spring Only fully opened Flowers which weather took a sudden nosedive to could have Felt the effects of the touch a Low of 19 degrees last night Snow it was pointed out. Far below freezing. I John Shannon official local county farm agent Maury Gas-1 concluded in Page 4j. Chant bos to inc Tim in offi ii als re had obligated v virtually ,000 prot avoided la St year sing it Dight Quot is Ira Teg in if War Industry which states though largely it Musl to import and mag anese or a vital la facture s. Are by my put guard i n Penns l i Vania id Utah i. Manila hemp. O the 1 Navy Ani i Mer ii icing Stoi wat t Carr Voct my a is of the i so German a the War s in of Brill the easter h n f s. 2.11 blockade further to Britain counted t Germany s Mer the mine infested pm North sea. Argo carriers Barman s Dur a were Diu and fir men Arm the i clan thin Tiivi exec i to do. T All of or. Don Benefice he in the hold local i pm Ferato re roubles Back a lined to ourselves which i Low it night. A hah today. I Low sunday. High j snowfall i Inoh a or i ton Mart to rainfall to Dan i 4.17 Lac King quota 1.31. La. Is precipitate quota Back and keep to usually the very one be aired the Best done to broadcast the troubles to the world but take them up bit by bit and completely with some older person in whom you have Confidence. One of Ute great values of hav the British also credit action for the grounding 5,000-ton German freight sen which ran ashore or. Concluded on Page Seattle. March ii a Pina White Wingate pm toe Board of National in the presbyterian Church United states the past died last night. Demo state in Gas 10 ice for the race. Three other ids is in the race so far Are Rudisin. Prominent Cherryville trial list o m Vernon mount y banker and Basil Whitener. A ton la attorney. Photo by

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