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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 26, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Tuesday dream bar 26, 1939tue High Point Enterprise Piwoni Center of Industry Hugh Point. North Carolina Page three fast forming Economy bloc May be another election ruse Congress will use balance budget slogan Relief expenditures ill nine in for Hilt share of curtailment i Alk by William b. Ardery Washington Doe. A congressmen Are to i Kin u now Hunt cutting Down Feller a1 expenditures hut ii past per formanes is any suide til Leon of Iii a a a nun lie Jat Lorins rust j before the first pm to approx print iou Hill goes to Lite White House. Various Kenai ors anti representative await inn the opening of Tho new session Jan. J. Art contending that a Start should he made toward a balanced budget that Relief expenditures should he curtailed substantially that Congress should employ a budget Oiler to help it whittle Down administration spending estimates Aud that president Roosevelt prop eted record defense program should he reduced Stokx May i Ham k but when voting time Contes he a different Story. Rely in the last season a by n Economy bloc fought for ohs in spending measures. Hollywood goes Stork mad the War today hears two stars expecting flapper Fanny by Sylvia copy 1939 8y inca service inc t m Fife u it it Pat off it May pealed i Lite it lion buds bochum year. I Bel in to renewed efforts of president Roosevelt and Pope Pius gives Hope of possible end to destructive european War by de Witt Mackenzie the renewed efforts of president Roosevelt Aud Pope pills toward peace cannot but increase Hope that War s end May Conte it not just now still without the necessity of a Lolly and lest motive St niggle. He would indeed he a Pessi Mist who saw no Good in the i steady growth of the pressure j for peace. That is especially so since the Call comes not Only from great personalities throughout the world hut from the Folk in Ordinary walks of life. Most significant about it All is that this feeling in t restricted to non belligerents. The Peoples of the countries at War while Loyal to their governments and prepared to Bow their necks to the Yoke definitely desire to get bal k to their jobs and their Flower gardens. Conf Kim Atlon Only yesterday we had a St i la my confirmation of this front a i High place. King George of eng i land in addressing the men of j ills fighting services and the Peoples of his vast Empire Over Pijie air declared earnestly a we cannot Tell what the new year at hand will bring if it brings peace for Wheeli Allim n Hope How thankful we shall hearing set for knit goods men Washington Dee. 26.�?</p> the wage hour division announced today that Public hearings would lie held Here next i Mouth on minimum wage recommendations for the knit Good Industry. The hearing for the knitted underwear and commercial knitting Industry will begin Jan 16. A minimum wage of 33 a cents an hour has been recommended by the committee for the Industry. About 16.000 of the 60,000 worker in the Industry Are estimated to be earning less limn the recommended minimum. Farmers in Missouri Are regulating their evening milk time according to pay Enger plane scheduler an papa. You wont believe it but there. An enormous tree an just loads of presents downstairs Clark Gable and Carole Lombard Bob Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck by fail Makinson Nea service staff writer Hollywood. Dec 26 the it vie Colony is As excited As a i pie of Maiden an lits Over the Asistent Sutnar that both Carole Lombard and Barbara Stanwyck Are expecting Bable. There s no deny that miss ont hard in t herself on the set in. More than once she a displayed a victorian fragility quite uncommon to Lier usual vivacious character by fainting dining the Liming of a is Igil in the night. A for future father Clark Gable there May be some vigils in the night yet to come. In the composite photo above he Aud Carole Are seen in family preview with infant that appeared in recent movie with miss miss Stanwyck ceiling her pict i and now has no Lombard has been Tan a engagements future commit in its. Enjoying this period of inactivity with her is handsome husband mob Taylor. The couple s fond smiles right Are not unlike those of expectant parents. Have you seen any storks flying West five Cabinet members jobs depend on of dry a third term like. W allure. Morgen t Ila to. Hopkin Aud Perkins Vii Vav err hand picked i in. It. Al k i inks Hon is con narrow income t. In Deli Fot the tin on amount dead end gels Wash their face Sheridan and Ronald urea at 5 33-7 31-9 30 a Carolinas Bob Burnt in Quot Arkansas traveler. Jean Parker Irvin s Cobb Fay Barnier and John Beal. Feature at 5 34-7 45-9 30 a a Rialto the hound of the Baker Vil Tevz with Richard Greene and Basil Rathbone features at la 32-1.122 52-4 32-6 12-7 52-9.32. Cut 45,000,000,000 limitation on tie National debt. The debt now stands at about $41,000,000,000 and Congress must Divide Wyeth ii to raise the limit increase taxes or sharply reduce expel Washington a Covey of find themselves ii ground Mot in third term even if of loyalty to their in voiced. Secretaries Ieko a gent a ii Hopkins were All listed out it a1 set lines by pre veil and tort into tie a i Power. In they go out of in it it gtd of. Dec. 16.-c by net off melted by ii to whistle f if the ques ii chief were i. R. A. Members held in raid Quanti if Nils and Binm Nilton taken front fort in it lace mor Atid for Ken ref non Politi Idem Hoose posts of Naen he goes easily. None for Dehlin dec. 26 the \ Dis it court today held two men a trial on charges of participate in a raid on a Dublin fort lie h was looted of a Large Amity of arms and Armuni As willards5 after Christmas clearance Sale Che outstanding Sale event of the year tremendous savings in All departments. Entire Stock reduced rot immediate clearance Kew dresses 2.90 regularly 4.99 a i Btl frocks you la be proud to add to i Obe All drastically reduced re of Cost. In All sizes untrimmed Coats 8.90 of the in has the political harking needed to push them within Rem h of any important Plum from a new democratic administration. Ski it Fok Aku u pm this fast might be expected not Only to Cuttle them to Root for a third term but to predispose them against atty other democratic candidate vie resident Garner Baul v. Mcnutt or any one of the ambitious senators and governors. Ickes Aud Allace Are recent coverts to tile democratic party not to the party of Garner Secretary Hull Ami Post master Jenera Farley hut to the democracy of the new Ileal. However aide they May tie their Power in National affairs undoubtedly would vanish with the incoming tread of a new administration. Police said the raid. Dec 23, j was made by members of the outlawed Irish Republican army. Both men. William Cleary 35. J and William Gordon 31. Remained silent throughout the Brief proceedings in the heavily guarded courtroom. The raid of the f of a Holiday flare up lice said was i. R. Sixty prisoners sus it. A membership to was part if what to a. Activity. Cited of i. Cited in a regularly to 14.99 outpacing these values cd coals in tweeds bom in All sizes fitted is and shop Early for Choice Viz i hard s 118 South main Street i Londonderry jail Christmas doa a it or woman held after shooting escapade Worcester mass., dec. 2fi Epi pleading innocent to three i counts of assault with intent to i kill mrs Stella Jaques 42, was j held in $30, Bond for Superior j court today As an aftermath of a i hooting affray which brought in abrupt end to a Gay Christ i Mas dinner and left two men i critically wounded i Benjamin Jaques 4 2, her estranged husband was shot Iii j to Chest As was Edward Heirtzler 37, Host at the dinner. The mimes of both men wore placed on Tho danger list at Worcester i ii of p i i a i. Mrs. J a it is a nurse at Worcester state Hospital stir i rendered at police Headquarters. John j. Kalagher Captain of i det it fives said tile woman told hint she ha<1 determined to kill her husband because of his Friendship for mrs Heirtzler to i kill Heirtzler because of his re fit Sal to a do anything about a in also to kill mrs. Heirtzler. Emperor Hirohito opens parliament Tokyo dec. 26.�? to a Kmpe-1 Cor Hirohito wearing a general s held uniform today opened tit 76th diet parliament with an expression of gratitude that relations Between the Empire and i a each of the treaty Powers has i become More amicable and Clos the largest budget in Japan s history calling for new taxation will be considered by the legislators during their three month session. The Cabinet Council on dec. 8 approved a budget of 10,360,-000,000 yen about $2,427,657.-999. Of which 65 per cent was designated for the army and Navy among foreign diplomats attending the opening session were into the limelight As a pres i i United states ambassador Joseph i do tial possibility but his health it c. Grow. British ambassador sir failed and he has been inactive i Robert Leslie Crangle and maj. In recent months As Secretary of Gen. Eugene Oft the German j Commerce. I ambassador. He very naturally added that j if the new year a brings a re j hewed struggle it should find us i Miau ii the week end saw not Only our president and his holiness combining to terminate the european conflict but leaders of the i Freal protestant and jewish congregations of America responding quickly to the president s Appeal for support in the Cru Ade. Do \ i Kha Speaks i into minister de Valera of j Ireland came on the air to add his plea. He advocated that the j nations at War seek a settlement j a now in Good will rather than i wait until exhaustion has forced the requisite dispositions for peace meantime of course there i still stands the very recent offer i of the Queen of the Netherlands and the King of the belgians to i mediate Between the allies and i Herr Hitler. Mussolini never has Tea de to work quietly for peace. A in All this represents a neat driving Force a a a hardly be ignored the peace ferment working so actively is bound to make i the Long run. In this lies the value of the steady pressure from president Roosevelt the Pope and other a teat personages. They Are preparing the Way for the moment when they feel that the time is Ripe for Concrete peace proposal Vul r Asi Fon la Mux s Hope should t Lead us to rash communions about the imminence of peace however for we must recognize As undoubtedly do the leaders of the peace crusade that the present Likely in t the appointed hour. Neither warring Side has yet Felt the Pinch of real privation or the horrors of heavy loss of life and devastation and their Aims Are As fat apart As the two poles Herr Hitler is in no i mind to give up his fre quire territories. The Al tulle As determined that he shall not keep what they characterize As ill gotten gains and still declare against a Hitler Ian peace. So it would seem that the conflict in list continue until one of the governments is sufficiently squeezed to incline to peace. Just what form this finish will take or How Long it will require to Leach it is anybody s guess Inch can definitely which is very w Here a of Felt in am shy lies Ickes was practising Law and politics in Chicago when or Roosevelt found Hun. He had been a by 11-Moose r with Theodore Roosevelt then had drifted into the Between party fringe of independents. He campaigned Iii several Western states for Roosevelt and Garner in 1138. When lie thought of political rewards after the Campa is a he aimed or the Post of Indian commissioner not Tor a it whine Job Oxx cd i old flu Duralek Wallace son of the Republican Secretary of agriculture under residents Harding and Coolidge held the same party allegiance until after the end of or. Boose i veil s first term. Then he dubbed himself Democrat. He was the editor of a farm publication my in View of his change of Par aes his democratic support in Iowa might Ive regarded As somewhat tenuous. Neither miss Perkins. Morgen Rhau nor Hopkins Aine into the administration because they were politically minded or had political hacking. All time tame from new York. They had know or Roosevelt for a Long wit lie. Miss Perkins Quot As a highly trained social worker. She had Bat tied for 22 years u improve living Aud working conditions among working people when she j came to Washington. Or Boose j Celt had made her state Intis j trial commissioner while he was j governor. C i and us Al Kaski Ket Morgenthau sent to Texas As i a youth for his health returned j to new York to farm. And had i Long been a neighbor and Friend of or. Roosevelt when the hit j Ter was elected governor. Hopkins background like that i of miss Perkins was Relief. He was brought to Washington to do it a Relief Jot was then pushed i Only three British mommies killed on Western Frontier Paris dec. 2 to military sources today said that official figures approved by the British Dis dosed Only three British soldiers had been killed on the Western front since the War began with 7.070 killed in naval service and 438 in the air Force the total of 2.511 compared with a French death total of 1.43 4. Italy nuts. Far a shortage of pea saturday night we close our doors to Complete our remodelling everything must be sold regardless of Price buy and save in this pre inventory Sale nothing will be held Back everything priced for Quick Sale after alterations Are finished we will open High Point s most modern amp most Beautiful store a an entire new front a a new added building a a completely remodeler store a a store full of new merchandise watch for the opening which Way is business headed next year. Read Roger Babson s forecast for 1940 he called his shots at the outset of 1939. Quot 20 it gain in business Over 1938/ he said. Quot More jobs steady wages. Higher farm prices Quot. And heres what happened business jumped 19.5%# jobs wages farm prices All gained now Roger Babson is ready with his comprehensive thorough analysis of 1940its Job wage farm Price living Cost trends. With War elections neutrality Congress clouding the Outlook Babson s 1940 predictions will be big news from coast to coast. Big news you will want to read. Big news you will want to discuss with your family friends associates. Don t miss it eur cop smoking i Ira. Iii w Ainee has increase i Bola ire. For 30 years a Star of is South of i the French stage has died in Paris. Watch for this feature in. Rogy w. Babson the Enterprise Friday dec. 29 this will he the biggest business Story of 1939-1940

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