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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina I i la v i a artly Cloudy and manner today and monday. The h ugh Point Enterprise High Point Industry at Point otters Good of i a i Unity Tot year around Mirk of. 55-no. 113 member associated press High Point n. A. Sunday Mohning april 23, 1939 com Pette Nea service pm igl five cents Hitler seeks to checkmate Roosevelt overthrow dictators predicted former president Benes of Czechoslovakia is Duke speaker Hoover urges Congress to admit refugee Public moves newest trick Carolina Dean testifies for immigration southerner feels new blood would he a bless Iii for the South Durham. April 22.�? it up it a predicting the eventual Over a brow of the totalitarian regimes and the consequential emerging j a a better a More democratic. Moral and peaceful Europe a it a. Eduard Benes president of in Republic of Czechoslovakia a Hin i Man april until its dismemberment by Der a former president her Lany. Spoke today at exerciser Hoover joined a Long list pening the snn<1 Jay of of Nota Hies today in urging University a three Day Centennial a or Hray Ion program 1 one a a Quot a 1&Quot"w of it her. Bene shared the program gee children from Germany to Tith three other speakers or. A Homes Iii this country. Oho ii Finley editor emeritus \ joint congressional committee the new York times Prest j considering the legislation heard ent Harold w. Dodds of Prince a Telegram from the Only living in University and president. J former president that he Quot Strong what big boy am i and what a yell few of Duke University. In la of the addresses there a a striking unanimity of opinion hat the world is in need of spirit Al regeneration and the demo racy and education must go and in hand toward its attain Lent. At the afternoon session p. By favors the proposal. Quot no harm and Only Good can come to a nation by such humane Hoover said in the message read by Clarence Pickett. Of Philadelphia one of the sponsors of the legislation. Shortly afterwards spokesmen for patriotic organisations opened tuber Hanes of Winston Salem j an attack upon the refugee Bill As Lairman of the general Centon a violation of immigration stand Ial fund committee announced Arris and As threatening to add to Tat during the period covered by unemployment and Relief prob in Centennial Celebration pledges Lent. The fund totalled $4.str.244 clash and that pledges Are still being their testimony clashed directed Ved. The amount he said j in with that of Dorothy Thomp Oes not include the Cost of the on writer and lecturer rabbi new 600-student graduate Dor i i Stephen Wise of new York City try just completed for funds and Dean Dudley i it. Carroll of the or that were already in hand j University of North Carolina Hen the Centennial Observance Chapel Hill. As started. The pledges were i Dean Carroll said that Quot As a Lade by 1,200 individuals he southerner. I feel the South has lid. The nearly five million dollars designated to be divided is Foliar additions to the physical Lant $ 1,561,927 scholarship a Llo ship and loan funds $458,-44, research $ a Dit. Endow Lent. Increase $2,600,156, Mischel Nee us 124.029, suffered because it has not been in the tide of he said Quot Fine immigrants from Europe had avoided the South because of Industrial and racial problems and Thia had caused a Quot an infusion of new blood would by one of the greatest bless none too pleased with his size Here to a Little Quot Kenneth Johnson 13-month-old son of or and mrs. Homer b. Johnson who live near Morgantown. By. The baby weighed 10v<i pounds at birth now weighs 70 pounds and is 36 inches tall. Kenneth is gaining a average of four pounds a month. Suggests Hopkins help with labor problems Mother and widow same Day a cow h a Lek. In april 22.�? up a Carolinas White Beauty became a Kotlier Ami a widow today and started on a trip to the new York worlds fair. The Ayrshire cow one of he North Carolina state College Herd gave birth to a Bull calf this morning. Or. C. D. Grin Hells veterinarian at the College named the calf Carolinas Little Flower in Honor of mayor la Guardia of new York. By coincidence Bensh ii St Borneo 16-year-old father of Carolinas Little Flower was slaughtered and sold to a Butcher this afternoon. Borneo had become decidedly hard to get along with and also scared ids handlers Quot half to death a said or. Grinnell. It was a coincidence too that the calf was Horn a few hours before White Beauty left for the fair. Or. Grinnell had hoped that Carolinas Little Flower would be born in new York. White Beauty is one of Jill Ayrshire in the United states and Canada selected to he displayed at the fair. Little Flower won t make the trip to new York. A Roosevelt in London town of nazi Boss nations asked Hetlich Alliey re afraid of Ger Man Gore 1011 tomorrow morning in the uni j a or for a he South he added orally Chapel the three Day Cen Nanial program will he concluded a service of Hanka giving and dedication. The Hermon on the Yean that give Wisdom will e preached by Dean Willard be by Sperry of the Harvard Dimity school. Speaking Thia morning on duration and Public opinion. Finley pointed to the in Inse physical and social changes hat Man has wrought in the orld during the past 60 years miss Thompson to dishy dressed and speaking earnestly said the refuges Bill was Quot the first intelligently planned immigration measure in american Fine Sti we a a former resident of Ger adv need a part of general program for pepping i p Commerce department Washington april 22. Up a a proposal that Secretary Hopkins have a voice in the administration of some Federal labor a first delegates for Unity in k. C. Methodist prepare to forge three i nits into largest protestant Church James Roosevelt swings along Swank Kensington in London while Cockney leans against his cart at the curb gazes wistfully up at the presidents son. Discredit of for plea seen in Hitler s move ,rnk0.l�?T�?zt.the.tirm. Mim Thompson said president Dodds spoke on the 1. Many and Austria she Kne Shajh cities was reported today to have said that the children would been advanced As part of a general come Quot from the finest be program for revitalizing the com cause they would he 14 years or Neree department younger she said they would friends of Hopkins said they sex easily fit into citizenship and Cus petted that making the Commerce Toms of this country. Aside from humanitarian to University in the nation s sort i president few declared that it possible to reconcile the Conner Between democracy and evidence he said. Colleges and College graduates hould contribute with Ever in Reasing strength toward the re Ono Littlon of excellence and de Norray upon which i should hink the perpetuity of this re Lublic must finally rest one Ria on for not taking too gloomy a Lew of America is the Democrat be character of its institutions of duration the persistence through hem of the tradition of Excel ence. And the survival of colleges hot High hard times and through la kinds of boiled realism pointed pay increase if minimal adopted estimate annual age in Cotton textiles would increase $13,800,000 Early Washington. April 22�?cp a the wage hour administration estimated today that 181,000 workers in Cotton textile Wool and hosiery industries would receive a $13,800,000 a year pay increase if suggested Industry wage minimal become Taw. Since the wage hour act went aged persons demanding Public uhf or the Jwj or department or into operation last october 24, re that it have jurisdiction Over the Quiring All interstate Industry to pay a minimum wage of 25 cents an hour three Industry commit tees have recommended minimal higher than the statutory base rate. The textile committee recommended 32 1-2 rents an hour Wool 36 and the hosiery com j Mittee proposed 40 cents for full fashioned Hose and 32 1-2 cents i for seamless. Administrator f. Andrews can accept or reject the j proposals. His acceptance would Gie them the Force of Law hard to Wisdom of the proposal because of the declining birth rate in this country and increasing number of department into a More powerful Agency would be one objective of forthcoming government reorganization plans and that in this connection it had been suggested that the department supervise the wage hour Wimin stration. Now indication Are that file fuehrer will reject Roosevelt request bar the Assenat pres London. April 22. A Ger inquiries among some Mailer european nations As to whether they feared nazi aggression were regarded Here tonight As an attempt by Reich fuehrer Hitler to support a Contention that president Roosevelt peace plea was uninvited and unwelcome. German officials refused to say help and pensions. Quot someone will have to pay for National labor relations Board she said. Quot this country needs energetic Young John Thomas Taylor speaking for the american legion in opposition to the Bill said the veterans group favored stopping All immigration for a 10-year period. He said that under existing Laws. It would be possible for refugee children to bring their families to this country after they had grown older and had established themselves Here. Yugoslavia will join dictators italian foreign minister count Llano meets w till yugoslav envoy Venice. Italy april 22�? up sources close to the italian and i. Of la v foreign ministers x it noted tonight that their conferences Here would result in a Yugo i a expression of Friendship for he Ronie Berlin Axis. Italy a foreign minister. Count 7alehzzo Clano sat Down with in yugoslav foreign minister Alex hider Mea Markovich in a hotel Oday for the first of a two Day lories of meetings. 1 Cia no s purpose was believed generally to lie to swing Yugo Ravia in the Axis partners line in against the european nations allying to the British French hoc. Sons diplomats believed Italy the labor Board at present an Independent Agency Nan been criticized by some members of con Gross business men and labor a groups. Criticism has been i 1 reded at the administration of the j labor act As Well As at the context j of the Law itself. There also have been reports that various government lending agencies would be consolidated j and put under the guidance of an expanded Commerce department j president Roosevelt termed this j talk guess work at a press Confer j once yesterday but hinted that some consolidation of lending agencies was under consideration. I he said the first reorganization better Farmers Raleigh. April 22�? to five men received a better firm i Era certificates from the division of vocational education at a a meeting at n. C. State College i p a probably would go to con i today. They Are r. M. Horton of Gress next week. Under re organi Apex. A s. Bunn of Spring Hope. Nation legislation enacted recently. 1 and commissioner of agriculture a. Roosevelt s proposals become w. Kerr Scott. H. A. Scott and v. J t. Wood All of Alamance county. Continued on Page 2. Sec. A for Plano world peace endorsed by Sec. Wallace new York april 22.�? up a self that a nation Distant As we Secretary of agriculture Wallace i Are from the contentions of eur Kansas City april 22. Up the first of the 90b methodist delegates who will strive to forge Long separated Church factions info a mighty unit of ,000,00 a largest protestant group in the nation were on hand today at the scene where they Hope to 1 intn.3 . I tot1 threat of a court injunction from dissident Southern elements to halt the great Quot uniting conference a scheduled to opt n wednesday appealed Defin Tely removed As Early arrivals Brough words of optimism. A laymen a organisation in the South at first talked of filing who received the questionnaire the injunction but later decided but some diplomats expressed be the test its Case in state courts. In it was sent Only to those Plank by Plank out of the countries from which Germany White heat of committee debate Quot As almost certain to receive the the Dege lates will adopt a plan replies the fuehrer wanted. Of Union already outlined and the questions asked orally by 25 cents i a ppr a cd by the Annua Confer the German ministers in various Enes of the three Large groups capitals inquired w Hether the a methodist episcopal. Methodist countries considered themselves episcopal. South and methodist menaced by Germany and Wyeth protestant i or they had asked president i he methodist protestants Roosevelt a intervention or knew broke away in 1828 in a dispute in Advance of his plea for at Over the Power of the Bishops least to years of assured nou the methodist episcopal and m aggression. All whose answers e., South groups spilt up Over were known replied in Tho negative slavery Issue shortly before Tive to the second question the civil War. To be rejected monday there will he a pre it has been indicated in Ber. Lint Leary conference of the Church in that president Roosevelt ii i ii shops with the non Bishop j plea would be rejected by Hitler will act after hearing to be held it protestants represent when he addresses a specially 800n Cert by or. James Straughn of called session of the Reich Stag or Ono most. Reported thai j2hwe Friday. I. A Xii partner i he conference is certain to Premier Mussolini of Italy Alene i Niue for Many weeks. It w ill i ready has called it Quot absurd a tackle a Mammoth list of de-1 tails such is whether should manage their own missionary Enterprise and whether adultery should be the Only recognized grounds for divorce. Alf m. Landen former governor of Kansas and the 1936 Republican presidential nominee will he a Del tale. Another will be gov. Luren d. Dickinson of Michigan. Cents in Cotton textile would increase the Industry s payrolls $167.7 of a week. Wool Industry payrolls they Saivii. Would be increased $13,200 a week seamless hosiery $4 7,585 a week and full fashioned hosiery $36,670 a week. Reliable reports said Rumania women had Given Hitler an answer that on Quot startled German officials in Bucharest replying that she Duke receives Hospital from Asheville Man Asheville april 22.�?i/p a or. Robert s. Carroll founder owner Ami medical director of Highland Hospital Here. Announced today tile gift of All the Hospital property and equipment including his Home to Duke University. Or. Carroll now 70 year eld. Started tile Hospital a psychiatric institution by years ago. The property consists of to acres of specially developed land three main Hospital building and ton acre of Mountain Woodland nearby used for occupational therapy. Duke i University is now building at Durham a i to 2it� unit to be used for the clinical study of psychiatry and to House a new department of psychiatry in the i Iii Versal medical school. Highland Hospital is to heroine the there politic unit of the new department. In making the donation. Or. Carroll imposed but two cotillion Duke both of which the University readily agreed to i that Highland Hospital be by Louis p Lochner Herlin april Al aids Reich fuehrer Metier was inflamed today in a hold. Strategic move Iii a diplomatic game to checkmate president Roosevelt in preparation for a momentous address next Friday before the Reich Stag. The Man of surprises Ami secrets changed his customary tactics by making a series of Public moves that is moves which were bound to come to the attention of the Public in fore in countries. He asked two pointed questions of a number of nations including in the list of 31 named by president Roosevelt in his Appeal to Hitler and Prera or Mug solid for pledges of non aggression. Hitler asked Europe a smaller nation whether they Felt themselves menaced by Germany and whether they had Advance knowledge of Tho Roosevelt move. To ise Iga i not Edras seen by ills followers fhe fuehrer thus posed painstaking research and questioning on which a considered opinion could i he Bas a Aramid president j Roosevelt Sai Tion w hich these i followers considered i Plosive Cen ret in its inception and tackling in psychological understand j ing of the european situation reports from outside Ger Many indicated that carefully i worded negative answers to the questionnaire were sent or drafted for transmission to Berlin troll the Hague Berne Srur it j Sels Helsin fors. Kaunas. Stockholm and other capitals of Ger Many s smaller neighbors. In the cases where states already have guarantees from Germany the replies were said to j Point to these guarantees j Rumania however was reported in Tendon to have info med Germany that she Quot Doc snot see How anyone could feel j Eure in Europe at the present not it insulted officials in Poland which like Rumania has received a pledge of Aid from Britain and France in event of an attack on her Independence his sted they had not been consulted. The Balkan states generally were described As silent but in i their capitals their replies were a expected to he conciliatory notes. While uncovering his hand to foreign nations by his question a Naire. Hitler How Ever did not take the German Public into his Confidence. Not a word was printed in the get Man press or broadcast about the activity of German diploma y abroad. Even government spokesmen professed to know about it 4 a on i ill tied on Pine 2, Sec. A Mutual aaa Aid appears Bright officials predict Best ear of cooperation since inauguration Asheville As a pay does not see How anyone could i continued in i continued on Page 2. Sec. A continued on Page 2, Sec a tonight endorsed president j rope avoiding a i i offence to of a a �?T2. Cents per hour. To protest Charlotte april 22.�? Avav. M. Mclaurine of Charlotte Secretary of the american manufacturers association said today _ he and k. P. Lewis of Durham. I recently elected president would Raleigh Mah fluff Ted go to Washington monday in an tic Lold Effort to influence the wage hour president of Jaycees administration to reject the Tex j tile Industry committee s recon i Kinston. April 22 do in Enda t Ion for a minimum wage j the North Carolina Junior chamber of Commerce elected officers air crashes strike heart of French arms program Roosevelt a plan for world peace other Powers and not Over Hasty quoting Thomas Jefferson As say Jill resenting offence from them ing that Quot continued peace de j doing Justice to All faithfully pends not merely on our own fulfilling the duties of neutrality Justice and prudence hut on that performing All offices of malty of others also.�?�. And administering to their la in an address prepared for de Teress by the benefits of no a Jerould try to get Yugoslavia to livery at the annual Jefferson Commerce that such a nation sign on the dotted line her and dinner of the National Democrat i say might expect to live in Terence to the anti comintern i a club Wallace discussed a peace and to consider itself a Mot although Iano indicated Tiona affairs and then turned to i merely As a member of the great hat no new accords were Likely a what is happening beyond our family of Mankind xxx but o he signed Here and such resist experience has shown that con Quot today. As in Jefferson a time. United pm Ace depends hoi mete a conquering dictator is shaking july on our of n Justice and prud the he said in a speech at ranged for broadcast Over the Mutual broadcasting system starting at 10 30 p. In. A Jefferson was president in a administrator Elmer Andrews today and heard an address to Paris april 22. A up a France which is pushing its defense preparations at top Speed. Federal Law. My e w As fore St in in Yugo. \ quarters As to make Belgrade a Ilg nature to the anti Couk Stern met doubtful. The talks however were expected to cover the whole Range of Halo yugoslav relations. Will hold a hearing in washing night by d. L. Ward speaker of a Uff erod a heavy blow today with j Spain and. Following a series of ton. Probably in May As a pie the state House of represents an overnight series of air Force j decrees approved yesterday or luminary to determining the mini lives. I crashes involving the deaths of 20 j Derod an increase in Small fighting mum wage As pro iced in the j taif officers named were win fliers and the loss of four War ships and auxiliary naval vessels. Nor Chamblee of Raleigh pres planes. J Mersel Kebir a few Miles a it it dont Zeb lying jr., of states the air ministry began a far of Cran is of particular strategy Ville first vice president Hoke Flung investigation of the crashes value because warships could of in Pollock of Kinston second vice-1 air minister Guy la Chambre As i Erate from there in Lite narrow president George Underwood of i signed two of his highest Assis Western Section of the med iter Greensboro National director lants. Lieutenant colonel Syl j Ranegan hounded by the Spaniel and Emory Atkins of mount alternate director the next meeting will be held Washington april 22.-�? 1 a officials a predicted today More Farmers would cooperate with agricultural adjustment admin Stratton crop control and soil conservation programs this it car i than in any season since they i were started in 1933. A Survey just completed indicates officials said that nearly 6,000,000 Farmers will operate their farms in accordance with planting cultivation and pasture regulations of the aaa. This i would be 85 per cent of All farms. The aaa will distribute about a a a a a $760,000,000 in Benefit pay with defense Steps. The govern ments. Meat ordered work rushed in a officials said they expected 92 new naval base at Mersel Kebir j per cent of the Cotton Farmers to on the algerian coast opposite i comply with individual acreage allotments designed to hold the c. M. Bowen re elected head of Piedmont Cotton group that of others Al informed sources expected ump of strife and bloodshed in Yugoslavia would he drawn closer foreign lands a reference to o the Rome Berlin Axis by agree Napoleons campaigns. He found no to a non aggression pact with that the United states could not Hungary. A Good Friend of the i stand fully aloof no matter How this and Yugoslavia s old foe. J rigid might be the enforcement should Hungary then give Eon of an embargo act. In 1815, in Tete evidence that she would no a letter written loin ins Home it Ress territorial claims against at Monticello he gave Hima erne but on so. Xxx Quot if that was True in Jefferson a time when six weeks to two months were required to crees the Ocean a said Wallace Quot How much More True it is today when air planes go from continent to continent in a few hours and Peoples voices Are instantaneous Charlotte april 22.�?t/p the Piedmont division of thy Southern textile association today re elected s. M. Bowen of it Statesville Salisbury chairman. T the division members Dis j cussed principally the problems cigarette wises Eire involved in the spinning of Tarboro. April 22.�?-<7p a Rayon. I firemen said they blamed a Dis Ellis Royal of Charlotte was carded cigarette in the lint cot renamed Secretary. Elected Toioi storage room for a fire at the executive committee were r. I the Hart Mill today. Damage was it. Cook of Mooresville m. T. Estimated at $3,000, firemen re Poovey of Rockingham a. W ported. Panish Rocky j Vestre Tavera and flight com land Spanish moroccan coast Mander Gabriel David to conduct inquiries at Tours and Beauvais where two of the crashes occurred. An air officer at French Morocco was ordered to investigate a third crash near Fraigun. La Chambre has been Strug gling for months to raise Frances plane strength to a level some where near that of Germany and Italy. All four planes lost were 1939 crop to 12,000,000 Bales or several million Bales below Normal production. A Short crop is desired because of a record surplus of 14,000.000 Bales. Reports f rpm the Midwest i ii dictate. Officials said that 80 per cent of commercial Corn anti wheat growers also would adhere to acreage allotments designed to of greater Brno y of Shelby and John a. By carried by radio around the j Mcfalls of Rockingham. World. A Quot that is Why As we tackle our difficult internal problems today Yugoslavia a tighter hungarian turn was said or a Slopr dial us a goal a treaty of Friendship was a Csc Itu to Lim h or a a of pre a a Idem a petted to follow the nou Agios had held in 1804, he a d Ion pact. 4 Quot i lieu persuaded in i continued in Page 2. Met. A killed in crash Charlotte. April of a ranch made. A Large number of weather Outlook warplanes purchased in the United kor week states still Are undergoing tests to for South Atlantic states fair adapt them for French service and weather with Normal temperature j fuel. 2 pm i is indicated for the week except preliminary reports indicated a county j for a rain period of North mid no sabotage was involved in the rat w or u j Central portions of District tues accidents. George k. Hoover. 5 i resident was killed t a train struck i Tai near Here. I Daj or wednesday the new naval vessels construe prevent accumulation Hon of which will begin within a surpluses. Year include 18 submarine Chis j officials expected Between 7u ers 12 dredges one floating Dock urn 89 per cent of the tobacco and 12,140 tons of other Small Rice and potato growers and 80 warships. Per cent of the commercial Dairy publication in today s official men to comply with production journal of yesterdays decrees in and marketing control programs posing a one per cent sales tax for for their crops armament disclosed that much of if Farmers comply to the de the 13,000,000,000 francs $343,-Jgree indicated considerable pro-200,000 to be raised will be a1 Gross would be made officials dotted to the air Force. 1 said. In reducing Price depressing the decrees gave 3.850,000,000 j surpluses of All crops except cot francs hoi.640, to the air ton. Unless exports of the latter Force 4,200,000,000 francs crop Are increased sharply a 12,- $ i Iosso too to Hie army. 4, ,000-Bale crop would add to 140,000,000 train s t $ 1 09,296 the surplus. The administration 0101 to the Navy and 580,000.000 has a ked to tight to authorize francs $15,312,000 for colonial an Export subsidy program to a meanwhile Fiance went ahead i troops Pedita foreign sail

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