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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1939, High Point, North Carolina V e a t h e r Istley Cloudy tonight followed by show Altami Duy. The hig11 Point Enterprise la ii ii Point Industry at High Point offer Good Opportunity for year around work \ of. 55 no. I i member associated press High Point. Y cd a wednesday veer noon january ii. 1939 Complete Yea service Price five cent Secretary Perkins lauds n. Labor Laws last minute bulletins my Vav Hatta pocket i Upland calif., Jan. Ii. Map a imagine the astonishment of two officer when in routine search of William pippin 33, they pulled a five a a get it Ila ills Pix lift Deputy sheriff Jack Brown seared a desk in one jump. To be chief Ernest meld Rea Elied at a chandelier. I Lippin arrest a on a charge of drunkenness Aid the Snake pro Ahly crawled do his pocket while he slept in Hobo t amp. Michigan Republican assails Murphy before House legislature a has Slack Day radio Star and convicted importer to testify As smuggling web is unwound babe leaves Hospital new Vork. Jan. a Abe Ruth baseball s greatest me run hitter left French Ospital at noon today after undergoing a general medical Oiler vat inn. Accept Compromise Boston Jan. Ii. Map seven Day strike of 5.000 renter Boston truck driers and helpers which had paraded Many of the City a termin-1s, ended today when the strik a accepted a Compromise age hour proposal. Macht to present Case Berlin Jan. La. Map or. Jalmar setae it president of in Rele Shank promised a Merlin officials of flu inter govern intal committee on refugees Klay he would put their argue Lents for an agreement on refinement of German jews Broad before Quot other members r the government this was taken to mean it Han Llor Hitler and Field marshal Mann Wilhelm Goering no. Nazi and chief of the Allim Octant four year self Wuffli Len a plan. Elected president Louisville k>., Jan. To. Pm or. E. J. Braulik resident of Wartburg College Averly Iowa was elected resident of the National to Loran educational conference or 1939 at a final session to a. Hopkins says spa was kept out politics House scheduled to l Ake up $725,000,000 Relief Rill tomorrow. Washington Jan. La. A Ai a the House heard a hither attack today by rep. Hoff Jinan in Mich on the labor pol ivies and political Bick ground of Frank Murphy former Michigan governor recently nominated As attorney general. Quot the re Ord shows that Frank j Murphy failed to perform his duty As governor of the state that to betrayed his people that he left Many of them to the mercy of the armed invaders a Hoffman said in a speech from the floor. J Murphy s nomination to head the Justice department already hat. Been approved by a Senate judiciary subcommittee with the Senate in adjourn eau convicted in new \ Ork led Blent until tomorrow Throe of i Era i court on smuggling cities int Ligating smuggling. Ile denied knowledge of a reputed 2, its subcommittees Ware at work a reported ready to a Tell All a Mph Purchase of smuggled jewelry from the recently convicted Al j today on president Roosevelt naming important person. I Hart Ltha it Ereau. I nominations to High offices. A. A new rotations be wrong in session commended by for merely has Sec. Perkins us san red link joint Money it oni Miletes meet j his afternoon in record budget incensed at desertion wealthy friends Albert by his it Hape Jiw k Benny above noted radio comic pictured arriving at Newark Airport for questioning by new York Federal authorities in swim Goldsboro v cd a Jan. La. Yin a Barie Stapleton Odd ire Etor Here. Announced today la Duke North c Arolina and in Goldsboro swimming avocation had entered the Carolin lire Tor a. A. U. Hmm free vie swimming championship a of Friday night. Roc k Hill. S c. Jan. Ill pm Tom ii. Gable 37-year-�T�1 Hariotte n. C., Novelty a Aler was fatally injured in in crash of his private air plane ear the rink Hill City limit Quot Mlay. Gable was returning to Barite after participating in the Mem it Miami fla., Teal week. Illnesses said the plane crash-1 head on after it had zoomed ver a tree. They were unable i say what caused it to fail. The Accident occurred about 0 30 a in. Gable was brought v a Hospital Here where he led about i p. In. A Harge lodged against Holton manslaughter warrant issued foil Vav Jug Sedberry death v technical charge of Man fighter was preferred by police e today against Vav. L. Holton this City following the death Ter Day of Jame Quot m. Sedberry j was injured in a Christmas r automobile Accident. L warrant issued this morning s Holton As the Driver of an Ono bile which crashed into a a phone pole on Mont lieu a near five Points fatally in lug bed Berry w to had been Mically ill at a local Hospital a the Accident. A he Accident report made by ice investigating the Accident is that the car failed to Nego a a curve struck a Rock lying i driveway and plunged into a phone pole. To Pouk approved i one approved former senator James p. Pope of Idaho for the Tennessee Valley authority Board j of directors. Another heard Harry l. Hopkins testify that he had done everything in his Power Quot to keep Petty partisan politics out of spa a answering questions concerning his qualifications for ternary of Commerce an office to which he jut has been named. Hopkins said Quot of Sny i body has had an intimate sex i Prience w Ith business during i the last six years it has been j j the House meeting an hour Early til amt will take up the $725,000,000 work Relief j Bill tomorrow leaders announced. They expressed Hope of disposing of it by Friday night. Meanwhile administration forces openly doubtful of Vic tory endeavoured to restore to i the Relief Hill $150,000,000 lopped off by a rebellious House i subcommittee. House waders said that if the full appropriation committee j failed to make the restoration i tomorrow one of its members would offer on the floor an amendment to appropriate the full $875,000,000 which president Roosevelt requested to keep spa going until june 30, to take la King there were indications however. That the administration i would take a Licking in its first jest of strength in the House which May Send the Bill to the Senate by Friday night. Over in the Senate too trouble was storing up for the re i Lief measure in two spots 1. Chairman Byrnes ifs said he would submit to the Senate unemployment commit be a formula for distributing re Lief funds to the states. An at tempt May be made to write it i into the appropriation Bill. 2. Conservative democrats received what appeared to be an invitation from senator Mcnary to Ore the minority Leader to work with republicans in eras i my politics from Relief in a radio speech last night. I my nary said republicans would jury continues smuggling quiz Jack Benny indicted As Oiler notable Quot reported i in shed in custom Quot Khasi on Chamberlain in Rome for Parley with Duce British prime minister Given big reception by fascist leaders la Prim Home Jan minister Chamberlain came to Home today to talk european appeasement with Premier Mussolini. Who was known to intend to talk about his colonial claims on France. Mussolini and i s 111 new York. Jan. 11. A i a Federal grand jury which indicted comedian Jack Benny on smuggling charges renewed today its investigation of reports other notables were involved in widespread evasion of customs duties on jewelry and finery. The 44-Ycar-old radio and Moj and foreign minister con vie Star was the latest of several 1 Lea to Ciano met Cham new York and Hollywood figures inf his foreign Secretary brought into the inquiry by their i association with Albert n. Chap Era sex convict International and i r venture and foreign film broker j Chapeau a accused of con aspiring to smuggle in truckloads j m of valuable Quot trinkets Quot for prominent acquaintances a George Burns of the Burns and Allen radio team and mrs. Elma a latter wife of a new York judge have also been indicted. Burns and mrs. Latter pleaded guilty to smuggling and Chapeau a convicted after judge Murray Hulbert branded As fraudulent his Contention that he was a commercial attache for Nicaragua and therefore entitled to diplomatic immunity. Benny one of the nations most highly paid entertainment artists flew from the West coast to tog-1 a tiny voluntarily before the grand j a warning that they to jury and appeared shaken and indignant after his indictment Yea a improvement in relations Between employer anti employee called the biggest gain Raleigh Jan. apr the biggest labor Story of 1938, in the opinion of Frances Perkins Secretary of labor was a improvement in relations Between employee r Aud i miss Perkins Here to speak i to the legislature made the i statement in an interview this morning. She explained that "85 per cent of All contracts carry a j method for settling disputes j j without stoppage of work and a j growing body of employers is j j ready to Deal with organized labor in a comfortable and natural Way Quot Demix hats gift the labor Secretary termed the fair labor standards act and j Sot Tai Security Laws Quot the Democrat gift to this it twin try and said a humanitarianism is the j keynote of the contribution of democrats to she i said state minimum wage and i hour Laws were desirable but that she made no formal recon i mentation concerning them. The dispute Between the c. I. J o and a f l. Is Quot not a healthy j situation and a More and More people in the Field Are refusing j to take part in the said miss Perkins a but one can never eee ahead perfectly what May happen. Improved administration Quot we need principally miss Perkins said in reply to a question about what Lay ahead in labor legislation Quot to improve administration of our present Laws it does no to mean they Are had. But we need to make them More effective quicker. Washington Jan. La. A up a a woman author opposing Felix frankfurters nomination to Hie supreme court offered today to prove to a Senate committee that president and mrs. Roosevelt were Quot dangerous tile witness was i a Beth willing who styled herself in author of Quot anti to of minium Quot in her offer came after i Hal Man Neely do of a judiciary subcommittee ques honed her about charges against Many prominent persons including Frankfurter. Neely opened or Quot. Hilling s la ook. A the bed network a and noted that she classed or. And irs. Roosevelt As a dangerous radicals by a do you want the evidence a Quot lie asked in a High pitched voice. A just give me by minute Quot Aud ill prove a if these facts Are not True Lien i ought to he in Neely noting that Many senators also were listed As radicals said apparently mrs. Dining a wanted to put Many per sons in a no i done to want to put them in jail a irs. Dining said. A i Don t want to put Frankfurter on the supreme Compromise in neutrality act difference in presidential Power i under Law to be settled by agree men Raleigh Jan. La map a North Carolinas legislators heard Frances Perkins Secretary of labor Praise the state today for having done a wonderfully Well in labor legislation since 1933, and did Little else in routine sessions. The joint Motley committees met this afternoon to continue work on the record $ 154,, 1939-41 proposed budget fire works came at a meeting of the House agriculture committee the him such debate of Hie session when the spokesman for the department of agriculture opposed the Page Underwood Bill to reduce the License tax from 41ft to $1 on seed dealers doing less than $100 business a year. Referred to committee the committee voted in favor of reducing the tax but referred the matter to a sub committee for St Udy. Miss Perkins praised North Carolina for it a solution worked out for its she said this was a one of the state s giving gloat Consolation to the people of the t cited states when we recollect with what Success it has followed the pattern of democratic government. It is an example of pm til and adaptation to changing conditions and never has lost sight of being a democracy under hit urged adequate provision for the late labor department j and said her department used j North Carolinas child labor Law As a Model for other states. A we really can say that the tide hat changed and a at i climbing slowly and surely a miss j Perkins said As she spoke of National conditions. A the year 1939 j should be better in an econ Mir in a train t Halifax. At the n when they arrived at i i 7 p. <10 17 a. Toa s t. I. Is la Duce smiling broadly. Stepped Forward to shake a Hauber la in a hand a military band struck up a god save the King a and followed this with italian and i Quot Clat party anthems at attention a military guard of Honor snapped to attention presented arms and was reviewed by the British prime minister and his Host. The station was draped with British and italian colors. Attending Mussolini were High gov Washington Jan. 11. A up j social and spiritual a a Compromise was forecast to i rho House a sued and Lent to Day Between proposal to Broad he Senate a Bill introduced by Clarin-1en the president s Powers under Uzzell of Rowan to Amend the cation and amendments gradual the neutrality Law and demands i charter of China Grove to permit in will Correct employment conditions in the nation a showed a steady increase even in the normally Slack period last year miss Perkins said. Eminent and party Oft eluding Achille stance it general of the fascist p general Ulvi Russo Chic of the fascist militia. Before the britons a author Tat to e spokesman als. In Creary to. And of stat Ter Day. President adviser is taken by death Washington. Jan la. A lbs Herman ouphant., general conjoin Banda with any group to i Sci of the Treasury and intimate rival Btl sounded to be sex j peeled to hear Italy s claims on France that there must be no Deal for ending the Spanish civil i War Aud that Germany and Italy i stood steadfast together. Offer truckers new agreement five thousand Drivers in Boston area to act on wage hour i Compromise Boston. Jan. La. A lbs a Compromise wage hour agreement designed to end a seven Day truck strike marked by death scattered \ violence and paralysis of food and freight transportation in the Boston area a offered today to 5,000 striking Drivers for ratify cat Ion. At governor Leverett Salton stalls personal urging the Fin plovers Early today accepted the i it Quot Quot a a a a a a a. I oem Greenu to pay can ror non-1 Flthe Laws on bastards and pm pact cheering loudly at the pros new Quot Uze Iii pro Roe Mons military materials purchased in pow. Juices of the peace to Ped it might end the bitter Dis a he Troub de pod Munich Boid United state and to Tram it us. Warrants in such cases Pute. Today kept the Frontier in a state j p0rt them in foreign ships oth Ralph h. Cahouet spokesman of nerves for Tho carriers said the agree the press followed lip a Reno it provided a top scale of $39 ported hungarian warning the for a to hour week an increase a new violation of frontiers would of $2 Over the current wage. The i Lead to the a invasion of a Seeho Union had asked $10 for 40 hours. Slovakia with dispatches like a Hornet said Drivers would be these paid 85 cents for the first hours by the official news Agen Ltd overtime in each Day and $1 an that 30 Carload of i Krasnian hour thereafter. Terrorists had arrived in the a medical examiner meanwhile i Vicinity of i Novar. Hungarian czech Border on Edge Budapest Jan. Llu top hungarian newspaper report of r some congressmen to keep t it to refund its indebtedness. I present restrictions on his author invite de Fly Sev by. After representative Page of the Compromise under Dis Bladen and Turlington of Iredell cuss on in congressional circles had expressed opposition the i would retain the Quot Cash and carry Quot House adopted a Resolution Suvit provisions of the Law but would tog Lack Dempsey to attend Tho j let the president apply them meeting of the lower division to against countries violating peace j Morrow j treaties with the United Stati senator Graham of Lincoln it the application would not be fared a Bill to require the High effective until Congress approx Way commission to provide new cd the presidents action or did drainage facilities when its co Tinct vote within a specified time j auction work blocks drains Ai the Quot Cash and carry Section j ready fixed. Senator Oregon of which expires this year requires i Rowan sent in a proposal to Clart belligerent to pay Cash for i the Senate health committee de provisions of the aes embargo recommended Paesan of a Meas Vita a a rout Ocilla to non Hio Drain tit. To lire approved in the House to drive the political racketeer and spoils Man out on the administration of a similar viewpoint was indicated by rep. Martin of Massachusetts Republican floor Leader in the House who appealed last night for an end to Quot this Relief there was no doubt that president Roosevelt still wanted an $875,000,000 spa fund when a reporter guessed at a press conference yesterday that 50,000 persons might he dropped from Relief Roll because of the continued on Page 2 advisor of president Roosevelt. Died today. The Treasury said Oliphant a death occurred at naval Hospital at 9 30 a. In he suffered a critical heart ailment for about a week. Oliphant 54 years old was Best know ii in the administration for his reputed authorship of the controversial undistributed profits tax. Although retiring and reticent. Orphant also was credited by associates with frequent Consulta lion with the president on Many other important matters. Reign office denies an to take measures inst u. S. And Britain Tok it Jan. amp the a paper Niehhi Niche quoted Ign minister Hachiro Arite Ayas declaring Japan would pare a retaliatory measures inst Tho Mainland and de Denels of the United states j res t Britain if they on id resort to serious a conic pressure against Japan a rite paper said the statement i made in an interview but foreign office promptly de i such a interview had be n in. We do not have information any such interview a the Torii office spa Keyman said. Quot the by is supposed to reflect the a of various officials of the Cion office but i believe to is Iii Niehing Seu a prison officials defend Gas As execution method \ Riginio Gayda w to frequently i expresses the italian official View wrote in la Gior Naie do italia that every chief of government who i intends to pursue a policy of j european cooperation should show Quot a Clear understanding and Calm and timely appraisal of the needs interests and rights of Italy and Germany. British and italian flags Hung from windows and Public build i Ings in Honor of the visitors but otherwise Rome displayed Little Holiday dress in contrast with a Hie lavish Welcome Given Reichs fuehrer Hitler on his visit last i i May. Chamberlain Moyed i i Hamlet lain however seemed moved by the warmth of la Duce a j i reception. He wore formal morn-1 sing clothes and carried his famous umbrella while Mussolini and t Iano were Clad in Gray a Green uniforms of commander i and general of the fascist militia j Mussolini conducted chamber i lain Over a red carpet to a special stand of Honor on a plat form where they stood while italian j dignitaries and about 1,000 members of the British colonic in Rome cheered. Reported that Quot everything Points j to a cardiac conditions is Taal a big killed John Pimental 50, of Newport it. Whose death at first was believed the result of a beating yesterday when three carloads of in in stopped his truck j in Sharon police released 25 men after questioning declaring the cause of death i still was Quot indefinite at this time a or Joseph Golden said Quot if i mental died from this cardiac condition it very probably was due to being the Helper s death stat police said was the fatality in a Mas Saechu setts labor dispute in Many year. I another Man with Pimental beaten seriously. By the newspaper a est a that czech Quot regular army attacks on the hungarian line at Barkass were repulsed with several czechs wounded. By other afternoon papers a that there were to attempts during the night by t Zelt is to Cross into Hungary at Szer Nye and in gear and heavy Csech machine gunning of hungarian Border patrols and Oiler villages. None of the reports could be confirmed independen11y. War materials when the president finds a state of War exists. It some administration lieutenants said the new proposal would permit the administration a if Congress approved to Deal Mote strictly with Japan considered by Many senators to have violated the sine Bow or treaty guaranteeing the territorial integrity of China. School Man is held on embezzlement charge Concord Ian. La. Ltd Herman b. Wishy former Kannapolis school superintendent was docketed for a hearing a Stet Day in Cabarrus county record Eros court Here on a warrant charging pm beset ment. I Wishy was quoted several Days ago by Kannapolis police chief Ira t Chapman As saying he reported a robbery of Tho Melvin in a. N validate acts of drainage districts in Forsyth county and the judiciary committee number one reported favourably a Bill to permit the supreme court to fix tin pay of its marshal librarian with Tho governor s approval. Speaker Ward announced appointment of the Ron Alton j Jordon of Edenton As House chaplain. Franco pushes on with drive to sea committee okays Pope to Tya Post appointments Washington an. La 4> i Ley Walden tire store to cover an the Senate finance committee j inventory shortage. Wishy was was approved without hearings today employed by the store at the the nominations of mrs. Ellen s time. Woodward to be a member of the the warrant was signed by eve social Security Board. Preston de i Arette Mckinley one of the own Lano to be comptroller of the cur Era of the store n my and John w Hanes to be Wishy member of a South car undersecretary of the Treasury. Olina family has been in jail Here confirmation by the Senate is since his arrest last wednesday expected later this week in default of $1,000 Bond. Washington. Jan. Ii a by a the Senate agriculture committee approved today the Ninina Hon of James p. Pope former Idaho senator to be a member of the to a Board of directors. Raleigh Jan. Llop a prison officials rallied today to i the defense of asphyxiation As the Means of inflicting capital punish Luent in the face of legislative proposals to return to elect Rock Hon. North Carolina has the Only i it a i Gas chamber East of the Mississippi River. Newspapermen and witnesses of 1 executions have been outspoken in their belief that electrocution is More humane than Gas and governor Hoey suggested that the j legislature provide again the elec a Trout Ion. Two Bills to restore electrocution have been introduced. A it Point s recall that Tom lit Ney grinned a he sat Down Iii the hand to the witnesses. The Gas started. It was 45 seconds later that to seemed deliberately to wave to them again. Chi Payne they recall apparently clearly said Quot lord have Merys a half the. Committee instructed sen guests and Quot hosts left the Ata a or the Quot mid okla acting As lion through ranks of la due. S due Quot a an f us Iiah Quot nce at stator Smith Deco ask the Senate to confirm the nomination tomorrow. Ordinarily unless unanimous t it a Tiara c Mumm a of towering Blac shirts with death s i head insignia on their Caps to signify that they have sworn to i Dilt if necessary in protecting their chief. A Fleet of automobile minute after he started breathing the , through att Gas chamber. He waved his right electrocution. The Gas fumes. Most victims retch and their face go through contortions for As Long As five minutes. It usually take Between to and 15 minutes for the prison doctor to pronounce the men dead after they have started taking the Gas. Warden Hugh h. Wilson chaplain e Cooper physician Felda Hightower technician Reid Willis and psychologist g k. Brown All on the prison staff contend that gassing is More humane than by troops and cheering italians to the Villa madams the government s guest House. I consent is obtained nomination must lie on the table one Day a a i j after committee approval. Tfx Quot if nod i5e.iltor Wiley a Niscora mince member who questioned Mph. Roosevelt leads fight Washington. Jan. to. A i s. Franklin Roosevelt a ailed to eminent women from 20 Tate to the White House today to plan their part in the Quot Tigon the Speed with which the committee approved the nomination said today a action did not mean that the right of president Roosevelt to appoint Pope would not be questioned on the floor. Senator Bridges a nonet a member of the agriculture committee already has questioned in Senate debate the action of the president in filling a vacancy on the Board created by or. Roosevelt a removal of Arthur e. Mar no Hope for recovery of col. Ruppert yank Boss infantile paralysis Campaign i san chairman. Morgan is contest Wirich will of u monday my hts removal in the court. New York Jan 11�? up a a genial col. Jacob Ruppert be a and baseball magnate Lay near death today in his palatial fifth Avenue Home. The last rites of the Catholic Church were administered Ami attending physicians said there was no Hope for recovery for the 71-year-old owner of the world Champion new York Yankees. But the Stout Little Bachelor sportsman who built one of the nations biggest fortunes a in brewing baseball Aud real estate a fought strongly against an attack of Phil hits that has kept him from his office for nine months. Rousing from a Semi coma last night he turned to Albert Bren Nan. I chief aide for 2 7 years Aud Aid. Quot i be been sick a Long time Haven i Al but you know what i m going to get better Brennan said Ruppert Quot resting easy but a very weary. The Multi millionaire s brother George and other members of the family had been summoned to his bedside babe Ruth a who once Drew j Down $80,090 a year for Home runs that built a Fortune at the Box office for the Yankees a was among the first to express regret Over i former Bossy a illness. Quot theres a fellow the game can to afford to lose a he said. Ruth himself was in a Hospital bed for observation after a slight heart attack. H endive Frame at the Spanish Frontier a Jan. t/p a insurgent military dispatches today reported Gerali Stimo Francois forces i ought the town of Falset under artillery fire it a an and Janet through lower Catalonia toward the Tea. An Advance guard of insurgents was said to Ltd a within four Miles of Falset a s Telic Poi to r 25 mile from Tarragona it a the Highway to Mora de Ebro White their guns were installed on the Hills overlooking this Highway a second insurgent column find her North bore Down on j Montblanc in the drive toward Tarragona. Montblanc Only is Milch from Tarragona was a d to be besieged on three sides with ail Hie roads around the Little Tow ii of 4,100 population either in insurgent control or under fire. Twenty five Miles to the Southwest additional columns of Generalissimo Francisco Francois fighters had driven to within 12 Miles of Tho catalonian coast in the Vicinity of Falset threatening to trap government forces in the wag sector Between Falset and tort Usa. It hit a Agu Imp he e Chicago Jan Pic butter 725.312, steady prices unt hanged. Eggs 9.599, steady fresh graded extra firsts local 18 other prices unchanged. A. Brandeis Quot hat of Ai Tori Washington Jan. lf� the condition of associate Justice Louin d branded who is suffering from the Grippe a Tenned today to be a entirely he was taken Iii late last week.

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