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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 17, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A a a e a i h e r warmer and rain saturday. The High Point Enterprise mull Industry at High Point Oriel Goon Opportunity for year around work member associated press High Point. N. Pm xxx , Feyrl my it 1939 Complete aka a Kvick Price five cents edit agencies furnish Congress Issue last minute bulletins Osei tue Dehate Coli maps o., feb. 17�?<�?� let members of the Ohio House of a preventatives bad been Debat a the unemployment Kompen Tion a Ripper Quot Oil i for 2 hours id 15 minutes when rep. A to Lii to. Marshall arose from seat late yesterday. A i am informed that the Gen in in of the press have quit King notes on our speeches a e Muski Ngum county member id a so i hereby move the dote be the speech making ended. A Perfec Tion Shelby feb. 17. A Ltd it a Eveland county a tax concern agencies Are approaching re Eton. Sheriff Raymond it line said Jay prisoner no. To i it it a i at tin Era Penitentiary Iii Ohio had de tile total of 10.17 taxes d penalties the inmate c line id reported lie had lie in add his taxes were overdue. File prisoner the sheriff said a negro who had inherited be real estate Here. Ile wrote wanted to pay ids Hack taxes y because his funds were a a in to end War Paris he. 17.�?~ i a pre sift Manuel Aralia of govern it Spain won Strong support a for his efforts to end the dish civil War. With Britain aired acting As ids agent Iii re negotiations with the indent Generalissimo i Praneis Franco. He provincial government of Talon a latest to fall to the Burgents As Well a Many Der of the Central Madrid eminent was understood to backing the president. Com late is Els feb. 17.�? t a police and firemen to report of attempt on Mussolini s life is denied Wilson talks secretly to ii i Gian donned the Spanish Glt it Ament consulate building and a Ted insurgent sympathizers i had seized it in an Early Ming coup. Olice climbed fire ladders to into the building after the Dors had defied attempts of Bori ties to oust them. Tight men surrendered to Pound were taken to the paint Justice. Hey had seized the building m its caretakers and. Shout i i Franco a had raised colors of insurgent general in Francisco Franco to its staff. Roved it mis Armington feb. 17.fti the Senate appropriations limit tee approved today a ,03,000 to \ appropriation a ii had Iwen rejected by the ii be. He committee vote was is to a he appropriation would make aide continuance of concion work on a to a dam a Gilbertsville ky., and Start construction on the Watts dam on the Tennessee Riv-10 Miles downstream from so die. Nov is established Ashington feb. 17.�?< i�?T5 he labor Board certified the de workers organizing Cornice Cio today As the exile bargaining Agency for c rate and hourly produce employees of proximity it works Greensboro n. Ertl fiction was based on results of a Board conducted thin last August in which two received 160 out of Bacots cast. Ting Money Affiche feb. 17.�? cell a r senators and fix repro to tics no to work this aft Ion behind locked doors to to find $1,350,000 in profit to time for i Wip-11 to knee the states proposed 1,500,0m budget Cita tors Fay Tor of Anson Liero Iredell it. I a of i or and Barber of Chatham lied with representatives in of Nash. Bryant of Dur Berry of Gaston Jarvis Buncombe and Taylor of Rue. Revenue commissioner i. Maxwell met with them. Ims of wreck Are tidied As fugitives Rumor spread but officials veto it firmly various stories of incident Lead inquiries nowhere today Rome feb. 17.�? up a rumours that a demented Man had shot a guard at fremier Mussolini s Home the Villa Torlonio in an apparent attempt on la ducts life last wednesday spread in Rome tonight. Officials first denied there a any truth to the rumours then said they could neither confirm nor deny them. The most persistent version of the several rumours was that a Man loitering outside la ducks spacious estate was asked by a i guard to identify himself. There-1 upon the report said the Man Drew a pistol from his trousers i pocket said a take this to your j master a and shot the guard in 1 the Groin. According to this version the j shooting occurred shortly after the fascist grand Council meeting wednesday night at the Palazzo Venezia where Mussolini i a has downtown offices. Tile Rumor said that the Man was arrested immediately by other guards on duty outside the grounds of the Villa and that he was found to he a recently re a leaded inmate of an insane i Asylum. 1 informed guards and deter Rives in plainclothes Are con a tautly on duty a Short distance j from the Park around the Villa j Tot Ionia w hich occupies an entire Block surrounded by a his Capshaw says not guilty in Pigeon murder magistrate denies he was interested in he police Benito Mussolini Stool to poll i at ions itch Japan denies ambition for chinese land i United slates joint Frame Ami film land inquiry respecting Hainan a the in i Ted r Joseph c. The japanese explanation of keen a Hon of Island some 750 the philippine orally foreign d Fel even inst attempts have Mussolini s if it e head of Italy in 19-2. Been in spending faster than collections Federal government i ses More in six months Thau collected for year h and j Washington feb. 17.---the Treasury said today it spent More in the first seven a half months of the fiscal i than it expects to take in during the whole year which will end i june 30. Federal spending from last july i to february 15 totalled $5,61 ti.760,015, or about $90,-000,000 More than the estimated receipts for the year. Receipts during the period amounted to Only $3,542,601,869, j causing a deficit of $2,074,158,- 146, if expenditures reach $9.- 492,000,000 by june 30, As sex j peeled the deficit then will be j $4.�00,. In the comparable seven and a i half months of the last fiscal year expenditures amounted to $4,594,583,270 which were $847,- 762,468 in excess of current receipt. Because the March 15 income i tax collection period is approaching the deficit May decrease temporarily in the next month. M a costs continued to be the major Factor in Federal spending in the sex in and a half months amounting to $1,450,908,122, Vlr-1 1 tally exhausting the initial eight i i months appropriation authorized by the last Congress and exceeding spa spending of the com parable period in the previous year by More than $600,000,000. I president Roosevelt asked $875,-i 000.000 More for the spa for i the remainder of the fiscal year j and renewed the request for the j full amount when Congress apr Propri ated Only $725,000,000. Bra. Which was handed a $1,-i 000.000,000 Public works pro-1 Gram by the last Congress and i has allotted the full amount in i Loans Dud Grants to Date has Dis a buried Only $131,731,4 71 this Fis i Cal year. Pm a disbursements. I however lag behind the actual i Start of construction. The Federal debt on february 15 Xmas it a new High of $39,-798,893,142. Tokyo. Feb 17 states amb Assade grew today asked government for an the japanese Navy a Hainan. Chinese Miles West of Island. The request was mad in an interview with Foi minister hash pro Arleta and Lowed by a few Days Sini Ilai requests by the French British ambassadors to Tok la was understood that at reply was similar to Thos gave monday and tuesday Charlet aired Henry and Robert l. Craige Fred British envoys respectively to the occupation was for military i or purposes and also to tighten the japanese Navy a blockade of the China coast. So designs on China Vav a s Hing ton Fob. 17 up a ambassador Joseph c. Grew. J at Tokyo communicated to the state department today an a Ager up Hon by japanese foreign minis had Ter Arba that Japan had no Ter and i tutorial ambitions in China and that her occupation of haitian Island will not go beyond Mill j tary necessities. Grew report followed an of finial inquiry he made of Anta i As to Japan s intentions in occupying the Island of Hainan which is 750 Miles from the Philippines. Sumner Welles under Secretary of state said ambassador grew reported to the state department that Arita repeated to him former statements that Japan has no territorial emotions in China Aud i British admit that her occupation of Hainan j today has would not go beyond military necessities. The state also released a report from v. S. Navy officers of the South China patrol that All americans in the japanese occupied portion of the Island were Safe with satisfactory food and health conditions. The american presbyterian Mission was reported to he caring for about 3,000 refugees. Moving new York. Fob 17. Magistrate Hulon Capshaw tense witness in the Retro tammany District Leader j j. Hines of lottery cons charges denied today to sought to destroy a whose information jeopardized the of $20,000,000-a-year policy Racket. A did you want this to Formant murdered a Dei District attorney j Horn Dewey. The witness replied a no Hines attorney had mov to for a mistrial. Dewey s question was magistrate Capshaw dts policy charges against Rosenkranz. A Schultz Bod who was Arre Ted in 193 3 a had allegedly tossed a but Twining thousands of pm from an automobile 1 is police a a Stool Pigeon a 1 a brought out in the. It it i before magistrate informed police to was carrying Polar a you asked the who arrested re they did t nub poet ant a Dewey said. A a police Don t bring information into it a no i Don to c a a int it a a Dewey his voice r reason you want1 ant brought into it 1 such trial Stryker declared question was highly and prejudicial. Judge Nott denied directing Capshaw to question. A no a the witness 1 the i it it p i Britain moves to Stop naval leaks action i it Germany w a slip London. I tips in i by publication details of i a local youth is sentenced to pen Long term Given at Newton in the murder Case of h. O. Hawn Joseph. To. Feb. 17.�? Wilber Miller 20, died in a Mirtil Here today the second n of a motor car wreck near Here. The ii Lee 20. A Lieuten a fugitives Many beauticians pass North Carolina s tests Raleigh feb. 17.gestate Board of cosmetic Art milliners announced today that applicants successfully passed the Kex 192 sex Rno in in aes not exit Amiran a serious xvii jell the Newton. N. A. Feb. 17.�? up a judge Sam j. Ervin sentenced today three men convicted last night of second degree murder Iii the shaping of r. O. Hawn former Hickory township Constable to terms of from 14 to 17 years. Mary Boyd of Hickory received a six to nine year sentence. The men were Sam Bost of Hickory James Jack Ennis of j High Point and Mose Brown of Burke county. Defense counsel announced intention to Appeal and judge Ervin set Appeal Bonds of $7, each for the three men and $3,500 Bond for the Boyd woman. Counsel was Given 90 Days in which to perfect an Appeal and the state 45 Days additional in a which to answer. The verdict brought to a Cloe to second trial of the four. They xxx Ere tried last november but the jury xxx As unable to t each a verdict. Feb. A by it a has tighten i safeguards of secrets greatest peacetime vat j Gram in history Fomo xxi cation in Germany o j Britain s new Batt George fifth. A government Spok rated that Little con it concerning these a tails Given recently Man a pocketbook of but Geoffrey h. Simi i in men tary Secretary Minifay told a ques House of com mom that the admiralty such Steps As Are tract Uncertain whether aug 1 sized leakage Shakespeare said that the information publish Many was inaccurate at j Mara Ltd spokesman and i some of the accurate Dei were common knowledge Ain. The 1935 naval treaty Between i Britain and Germany provides for the Exchange of Bui Idin Matlon which however treated As confidential relied by the Power Sui the George fifth fir capital ship to he latin years is scheduled to h the Vays of Newcastle 21 with King Geoge i at the ceremony. Special Bill becomes Law \ Bill providing for adjust mein of special assessments of the City of High Point today passed the Senate of the North 1 a rot Ina general a ii ibid Ami a ordered ratified into Law. The City Council having already adopted the provision in the special aet the measure hernia effective immediately. Earl it. St it id. City collector said he had already received instructions from to Ity manager e. >1. Knox to begin immediately after passage making collection on the Bash of the new Law the act provides for 12 Jar rent red net Ion on All Street assessment payment made on or before july i Hrh for the a my Fiou Hgt the City of court Cost in accounts paid in full on or before that same Date and for adjustment of the rust of installing water and sewer connection xxx Here it appear More of these connection than xxx Ere necessary had been installed. The Lull xxx a introduced in the House by rep Rupert t. Pickens. Spending by work is not yet Complete general a \ Oles i i for Scipio Raleigh. I Quot Eti Ilik Imlay a damages he Sci Leiu Bitorin it by Quot Umi pub a plying it. J British bed in 14 be Down february presiding Aion is g r cd ill to at n i n g cd the to sex Aikin on a my rent in. In on the pc ii in to was oppo ii. 1 a to i. Kivi emergency operation for head americanism committee youth xxx Ere travelling skid i i be purse i said Arai Ranella Thim they had stolen the car the prison ground following escape last night. A police ii Xvi maintained Over Pisut i Ivy . Lamination completed Here february 15. There were 345 applicants. The next examinations will be Given in april and All persons planning to take them must file notice by March 25. Members of the Hoard of examiners Are mrs. Annie l. Williamson of Fayetteville chairman and mrs. Ethel Sinclair of Hickory and mrs. Gertrude Hutchinson j after dropping a five Gallou of Durham. Of Corn whiskey in a Chase. Vent innovation Greensboro feb. 17. A a messenger boy delivery of Bootleg whiskey May be the next innovation. Detectives Here said today a cyclist had outta neutered them can Washington feb a representative mar the Texas Democrat a a. Tho House committee of Iran activities und ? emergency appendicitis today. His surgeon or. I Campbell said Afier was Quot in Fine or. Campbell said stricken last night an acute gangrenous App added that a delay a been a the s a big Strong 1 should no have any or. Campbell said. Hon grit pin by the the legislature adopted a joint Resolution asking gov. E of Georgia to speak to it at a later Date. Senators also adopted the House approved Resolution inciting governor Hoey and Burnet Maybank of South Carolina to speak to a joint session in Charlotte february 22. Representative Morris of new ii a never introduced a Bill to give radio Telegraph facilities to the Highway patrol. Representative Ezzell of Rowan offered Bills to make competent testimony of wives against husbands in incest cases and character testimony about defendants in cases involving moral turpitude charges. The Senate education committee heard arguments for creation of the Josephus Daniels nautical Academy As a unit of the in adversity of North Carolina but deferred action. A Nee comm if pro a 1> it it in xxx fit net a spending Neuse floods Low land in Wayne area oui of its Bankst Goldsboro Ami Rise continues today Gold Boro feb. 17.ld�? the Neuse River seven feet above flood stage and still rising inundated hundreds of acres of Lowling land in this Vicinity today and forced a shutdown of the Borden Brick and tile company Plant. E. M. , District Engineer of the state Highway and Public works commission said a fourth Wayne county Rural Road had been closed because of High Waters. The River stood at 21.05 feet at a measuring station at the i Olive Highway Bridge at 9 a in. And was within two feet of Highway no. 117 to Wilmington. Edgerton said however he did not think the water would Cross the Highway unless there was additional rain. The Arrington Bridge Road South of Goldsboro which serves a populous Rural area was closed today after it was reported that water covered the Road a depth of several inches Over a Long St retch. The Cox Mill and cuppa Bridge roads and a thin one near the Johnston county line were closed wednesday. The sevens Mill Road West of Goldsboro a main artery of Rural travel was under water for several Hundred Yards near the River but was not closed. If was estimated the men were thrown 01 tem porn Ril Cool heiress hair in disarray Washington a Evalyn Mclean heiress to the famous Hope Diamond is pictured Cooling off with iced drink at Palm Beach fla., in this candid camera study. Arms group ambassador to Germany guarded in replies to military affairs Ommittee Washington. Feb. 17 i pm the House Rule committee cleared tit Vay today for the House to begin consideration monday of legislation to extend the life of the reconstruction Fri Inan e corporation Aud its affiliated agencies. As approved by the House banking committee the legislation would continue the rec the commodity it edit corporation the Export import Bank Ani the electric farm and Home authority to Jan. 15, 1941. Existing Law provides for their expiration june 30. The legislation also would increase the capitalization of the disaster loan corporation from $2n,,o0o to $40, and make it available to Aid victims of disasters occurring after de Cember 31, 193 8, the present limit. Republicans on the Hanking committee served notice they w Ould offer amendments to change the proposed expiration Date of the rec Aud its affiliates from Jan 15, 1941, to june 15 of that rep. Wolcott a Mich charged the earlier elate was proposed a a deliberately in an attempt to Embarrass the next adminis tru about 75 of work a water and tile urged on state mild a Tine Academy Iii Honor of present committee tie made re welds to led to Bill. The Confederate Ulii Elul Cabinet a state j Spanish Gold is taken by France court Golf seates treasure Hie officer parried Oxer Border Perpignan franc up a French tour solved today in pact to of How France is Goi for the care of Spuit isl it. Muscat of Ravilio ars of Spanish jewels a group of Spanish of francs t$47t bringing them into for. Jewels and precious metals weighing half a ton. Were part of Lite treasure of Figueras Castle where they Spanish government had concentrated its Reserve War Chest. Although officers of the Lister brigade told the court they acted tinder orders to bring the treasure into France for Deposit in the Spanish consulate in Perpignan All but five of 76 spaniards under arrest were sentenced to moms varying from one Mouth to two years in prison. L a technical charges against them was evasion of customs. A a Quot a a radio company is formed at Hickory mover stockholder Iii new corporation located it Statesville Kaleigh feb. 17 to a Quot at a wha Valley broadcasting company "1 inc., of Hickory which would of u and operate a broadcasting station under $50,000 capital Stock received a charter today from Secretary of state thai Eure. George a Wooten j. A. Miller and c. A Cline of Hickory subscribed $1,500 Stock. Also chartered were j. B. Cooper motor company of Statesville to buy motor vehicles and automobiles under $100,000 authorized capital Stock with a. M. Cooper of Statesville j. A Cooper and Thelma Cooper of High Point subscribing $300 Stock. \ Horton packing and shipping service inc., of Charlotte which would provide facilities Tor packing and transporting freight and pres under $100,000 authorized capital Stock c. Cochran f. A. Mccleneghan anti b w. Widener All of Charlotte. Us scribed $300 Stock. Textile club inc., of Gastonia ,1 non Stock corporation a which would maintain a social literary and fraternal it Lulu incorporator w Cie listed As f. W. Morris Grier Vav Friday and Paul l. Miller All of Gastonia. Raleigh. Felt. 17,�?. A a a Nate education committee i ens today for creation or sephus Daniels nautical a tax As a unit of the Colver j of North Carolina j Apt. Horace Glover ret Navy Aud coast gnat to of Fleet j Southport along with la. I. M j of Southport Thomas Little Albert Park of Raleigh and 1 j. Vav. Ii Aire Ison of n. C. S College spoke in favor of the Bill introduced by senator Frink i Brunswick to Enate the school. The Federal government Cap i Tain Glover said would make a million Dollar ship available for i use by the school and would match the proposed state appropriation i a limitation of $25,000 yearly. 11 a a said that Only Massachusetts. New la Republican. A it would la physically impose in slide a Vav Oleo t told the rules i commit tee a for the next Congress to do anything but continue Tho i whole pfc se1 Tup exactly a to ii i found it in the 1 la Days allowed i under i he Bill As the Senate a approved yesterday j a Bill to Exten id the off until i june 30, 1942. Wolcott later told reporters he would Lead an Effort to Hittcon rite t tune t he a Tivin ites of the a Export a a a import Bauk of t the ground that t he they constitute a threat to this and country neutrality polity sity Wolcott said rep i acc cd i Mats i intended to offer an a men to it d mini to abolish the electric farm of and Home ant Hority on t lie ground in 12 that it Xiv a s it a metering the flow a it cd Jot private Crodle t. Col signs of Dis agreement id the be publican tanks Over the Export import Bank a a operations de i eloped when rep. Fish r by i i told reporters he had no objection to its Loans if they were confined to aiding Trade with South i America lie said he would offer in amendment to provide such feb. 17 had similar ache ols. A graduates it Nan Ileal schools i at Cerat had Little Mould. E Fin Ling employ problem men 1 on Amene in s tips even in g to pay t he dept i of the ref to gees Captain Glover asserted a such i Tad fined a school would provide men for i National defense 11 would build Cera 18.-180 for up our seaports and make North i Ini Carolina a Maritim e state. It would he Good colonel Hart Ison said that his unit of the University could handle the school and that with thousands of North carolinians in sea service a course in italic training would enable them to Advance feeler. He said the Field was not j overcrowded and thai this state i was unusually Well equipped by j nature to have such a school due to the Inland sounds where training could be done without the hazards attendant on Ocean training. The committee deferred action upon suggestion of senator Frink. Thirty two pulled for violation liquor Laws other happen nos in Wasl Ting toil i Hugh if i son Aniba is ador to germ any. To Rifted at a pro iou uti in secret meeting of t lie Senate it ii Itta by committee. Even the Foll i Al Steno Grapler was bar red from hearing Bis discuss. Of of the european situation. Wilson Vav ii s i reported to have turned a Side Many questions put him by the Mel tutors. On the Krou lids that a by answers he made might dist Urh internal onal relations and ii pair his own usefulness these hate appropriations Coni in it tee a approved a $ i 7,20 ,000 tax a propitiation which had been Rej pc Ted by the House. In med Iii the confide ration by the Senate 0 n t lie Neasure Eon Tain Mig tit a Propri at Ion was b Ock eur Bow 4 l h i a ii a vet it senator King i i j-1 i cell or. It Anet for Townsend told the Holts a it ways and Means com Mil tee t lint old age pen dons would h ave to be increase i or a we can t Matte Ain our Type of govern in a tit my. It he predicted event u Al pensions of death toll of wreck near Durham is three Corder s court today As the result of a series of liquor raids conducted last night by City and. Allision near Here monday Durham feb. 17.�? up a the death toll of a train automobile county police working in to oper pm j action with slate Abc under cover j to on for 1 j he its j victim died last night in a hos the round up was the biggest Pital. Lawrence Dossett Driver j assault on illicit whiskey opera a of Tje car it what killed instantly i Lions since the arrest of i2u per j my Linwood of Neal died a few i sons Here in raids last Spring. Hours later. I most of the persons arrested Post \ fourth occupant of the car i cd Bonds of $300 each but others Archie l. Smith jr., was report spent the night in jail. Ii a in a serious end ton at a police said More than half of j Hospital Here hut physicians said j the persons arrested were under i he had a Chance to recover. Suspended sentences of six months j a Quot j or More for previous liquor Law j violations. Charges against the j persons arrested were illegal Possession and retailing whiskey. Sweets crowding out a items of rounded diet Raleigh. Fob. It. Ltd it a americans Sweet tooth is now get two Hundred chickens Are burned to death Randleman feb. 17.�? special a two Hundred baby Chicks were burned to death last night i when the Chicken House of C. Marsh Ca Light fire. A Large number of spectators were attracted to the scene. The Cal fire department. Ship exd inhere Norfolk a feb have open a useful and beneficial article in j Peak Bay Fie fighter Frk Bourn diet he said. He cited statistics hard aground on Swan Point indicating g every Man. Woman and i since tuesday afternoon the child in the nation consumes on i coast g Uard Cutter Calypso report the Axen tie. Of a third of a Pound i cd to Norfolk Headquarters to of sugar daily. Day

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