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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Eat her a Mitt Cut rain sunday and monday. The High Point Enterprise High Point Industry at High Point offers Good Opportunity for year around work r0l. 55 no. 29 Mhz Ruh associated press High Point. N. Sundal morning january 29, 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cents Chamberlain Calls others for peace Enate gives final approval to slashed Relief measure ado whiter 1 is extended striations Ritten for a activity a left open for bother appropriation a president Roosevelt is Hing ton Jan. 28. A a the Senate rave final Oval to tin #725,000,000 Geney Relief Bill late today writing into it Broad re Lions against use of any ral funds for political Purs. Measure now goes Back to House for consideration of restrictions and other a mints. Whatever reception Date changes May get there nitration forces will have no a Unity to try again to raise appropriation to the $875.- 00 asked by 1�?Tresident Celt. C both House and Senate and a figure $150,000,000 Low in or. Roosevelt asked the int Annot Iamb r Conius ii i Ules be Ila to god by t lie Ute of senators and rep natives which probably will appointed to Compromise Tho fences Between the versions e measure approved by each i s ayes the this major Issue already a the Senate dispensed with Call on final passage of the a resounding chorus of Quot was answered by a few rued a noes a most important addition Senate made to the House a besides the restrictions St using Federal funds for Cal purposes a was a Provis hat Wea Rolls May not be cd from their present Levels Tore than 5 per cent during uary Aud mar ii $725,000,000 approx la is intended to run Wea from through june 30. But the in connection with the Reion on immediate cuts in employment left tin Way for another appropriation by g president Roosevelt should Congress if it became apis the fund would not be stif-0 to meet actual nerds in doing months. Ere were indications the would he agreeable to this e provision. Southern a care Tives Are expected to balk ver St the Senate s removal Franklin and Johnny Friendly enemies French Border i Chamberlain is crowded by gives Cabinet refugee crush new blood i Hou Sawls seek food and Entrance into France at Perpignan Haiti it i prime minister Bangos posts \ ital to defense program by Charles s. Foltz. Or. Perpignan France near Tho Spanish Frontier a Jan. 28. Map a thousands of panic stricken hunger crazed Spanish refugees stumbled across Tim French Frontier today fleeing before an insurgent army sweeping northward through Catalonia almost without opposition. These thousands however were Only a pitiful Vanguard of a horde estimated by Spanish government authorities at Almot one million who were being pushed toward the Frontier by the insurgent Advance. C tillage for them it was w Eek of tortured earthquake death toll at 24,000 invitation London Jan. 28.�? a Primo minister Chamberlain injected new blood into his Cabinet today Iii posts vital in Britain a defense program Ami i j increasing european anxiety Over the next moves of Chancellor Hitler and Premier Mussolini. The Grant British Leader timed j both the shake up of his ministry and a speech tonight in his Hometown of Birmingham in anticipation of important pronouncements by the German and italian dictators next week. Admiral of the meet land Chat Field who helped direct Britain a naval rearmament until his tithe end of allurement from the Navy last flight from i it ear joined the Cabinet As Rains Santiago Chile jail. 28. A up a chilean officials said a toll of at least 2 4,000 dead was indicated today by advices from the South Central Region devastated by the nations worst earthquake disaster tuesday night. An estimate of 20.000 dead in chilian alone half the City a population. A would be conservative a i officials said on receiving reports Ivy courier from military authorities who took Over control of the andean foothill City 220 Miles South of Santiago. Dispatches from the quake area estimated the dead of other cities As follows Concepcion 2,000 Cau Qunones 1,500 Parral 500. Most still were buried under tons of debris constituting a grave health menace. Borne sources said dynamite no the ruins land mass cremation of the bodies were the Only Means of preventing epidemics. Its All smiles and Good Fellowship in this picture of the president and vice president but the Good natured inscription by Roosevelt on the above autographed picture comes from the heart As the chief executive and vice president gamer clash Over the White House spa appropriations Bill. Garner wrote left in this autographed picture of or. George Vav. Calver Capitol physician a to a Doc Calvert thanks for making me try to then for wrote a for or. Calvert keep on trying. Insurgents push on with big drive As demoralized Loyal s beat Retreat mme. Kai Shek outlines plan wants to give chinese Omen Active fart in Binning japanese War chunking China Jan. 28.a mine chains Kai Shek Able and vivacious wife of to eminent position collapsed with fall of Barcelona thursday by Larry Allen Home smashed in the civil War end of a week which had seen the governments resistance collapse with an almost unbelievable suddenness after two and a half years of warfare. One of the greatest mass migrations of history was under Way. J Border authorities at be per j thus dropped the Chain across a i Gateway through the pyrenees mountains admitting throngs in j to France. Sobbing with Relief j hundreds of women and children j and old men hurled themselves on the Border guards. Many collapsed in the Snow huddling together against the j Ter for coordination of defense. Replaced Inskip he replaced sir Thomas , who had held the Post since it was created March 13, 1936. Sir Thomas Long had been under fire on charges of tit Iii lied on Page Sec. A residents Quot will i same platform Hurt. Jan. 28. 4 a a a presidents of the Cio d automobile workers of fact on battling for of of the log Industrial i arranged tonight to speak the same platform sunday. Martin. The elected who has been a him by members of the Board whom he a sits and r. J. Thomas i to suet cod him by t lit. Recognized by the Congress and list rial organizations Ali invitations to address a lag of the Detroit Chrysler no. 7. Omits is a former president Chrysler local which has wed a a Middle of the Road y in previous disputes joint appearance of the mrs of dual groups claiming the a a official Anion Headword end developments in fight for the Caw name. A funds and the authority is working contract with oyers in the automobile in to. Inter Dent do rive China a Generalissimo today outlined her a pet plan for giving i millions of chinese women an achime part in winning the Long drawn War against Japan. Women s work must he Bent toward increasing Industrial pro a diction development of Home j and cooperative industries spurring the morale of China s sol i Liers and education of the Hundred of thousands of men under arms. Mine. Chiang believes. She told of her plans for chinese women today at her modest i Home on the outskirts of Chung King where the Generalissimo established his capital 1,400 Miles up the Yangtze after Hankow fell to the japanese october 26. 1938. A i am most anxious for Chis new women to increase production through cooperative and i Home industries. Women must be Given work so they can share actively in winning the War Aud building tip the nation a said the woman who has played a major role during both War and peace j in China. Negro is formally charged with White Man s murder Greensboro x. Cd a Jan 28. Tip Joe Noble Greensboro be i Gro. Was formally charged today j with the murder of Avery Lester Jarvis 45, brother of Eolice chief j l. L. Jarvis As police continued investigation of the fifth homicide within the City this year. Police Captain Homer w. Bran Iii k Aid Noble admitted fatally i stabbing the White Man As the result of an argument Early Frlj Day night. He was arrested an i hour later. J Barcelona Jan. 28. Put a insurgent forces Bent on con quest of the last Corner of Cata Lonia reported tonight they had captured Arenys de mar coastal Anchor of the governments new line almost w without firing a shot. Trenye de mar is 20 Miles Northeast of Barcelona. Insurgents said the govern a. F. Of l. To open drive in South flan militant Campaign Iii Southern textile Industry their biting Irv to Dei an meat opposition could be called genuine military resistance Only by Courtesy. They said the catalonian defense actually had collapsed with the fail of Barcelona on thursday the governments greatest civil War defeat. A week ago the government was holding what was considered to be a Strong defensive line 25 Miles West and South of Barcelona. It caved in sunday. Retreat East the government troops retreated so fast in Many sectors the insurgents said that Generalissimo Francois a i v a n e a guards were unable to keep in Contact with their enemy. Apparently the greatest insurgent pressure was on the government s coastal flank. The communications Center Gra not Lei. 15 Miles West of a re nyx de mar was said to have been More than half encircled. To the West Anil Northwest the Story was much the same a1 though the insurgents acknowledged there was some resistance deep Inland where the defense line curved to the North throw h Atlanta Teri can f Dors meeting 1 a militant on of Jan. 28. A in _ duration of labor Here today plan a nips i in for the Southern textile my my continued on Page 2, Bec. A ask Quot fair costs Quot for building Washington. Jan. 28. In the chamber of Commerce of lie unite states asked the building Industry Oday to Malta n a fair and reasonable costs for private construction. A report prepared by a committee of the chamber a construction Industry conference referred to the Federal Public works housing and defense programs. Union workers George Googe Southern representative of the a. F. Of l. And presiding officer at today s conference said the two primary objectives of the group Are i i. A to bring Back into the Camp of the a. F. Of those textile workers who have become affiliated with John l. Lewis Congress for Industrial organizations through the textile workers organizing committee and 2. To organize Southern textile workers in regions where neither the a f. Of l. Nor the clo have. Pone rated. Gouge said a about forty representatives of local unions Ciminel Ted with the cd were present to urge they be a taken Back into the a f. Of the projected unionization Campaign Googe said will be Unider the Banner of the United Tex workers of America. Organization of the Southern division of the Union will he completed tomorrow. Most of today was devoted to preliminary Steps the United textile workers Union was suspended in 1 937 by the a. Of of l. Executive committee i to leaders voted to join the to. Now however the Union has turned its Back on the Cio. Googe said and the a. F. Of a executive committee at its meeting in Miami Jan. 30 is expected to restore its full charter rights. I sides of buildings to Prole scantily Clad bodies from a wind. They were too it eat too hungry to sleep. I eat Feyer Abr i. V others grabbed feverish great chunks of bread a by emergency Relief kitchens gnawed at them ravenously. J of them had not eaten for two three Days. There were a few mothers carrying babies which had been born along the Roadside while great guns roared in Tho distance and warplanes dropped their loads of bombs nearby. Then were Young catalonian girls prematurely aged their tattered rags smeared with freezing in us. An estimated 10,000 crossed the Frontier today. About half were a a legals refugees passed by the French Border control machinery. The others crossed the Frontier along smugglers trails in the i Snow covered pyrenees through the 6.000-foot High pass Erat de Molo 25 Miles West of be Werthus. Allowing a slow moving administration. Sir Thomas remained on the Cabinet being assigned the dominions portfolio which Malcolm Mai Donald had been along w Ith the colonial Secretary ship. A retired funner major sir Reginald Hugh Dorman Smith became Minster of agriculture to push a vigorous farm program which like lord Ghat Fields new duties is vital in War preparations. Lie succeeded by. S. Morrison who became Chancellor r duchy of Lancaster. Earl tenon who had held the sinecure was dropped it Cabinet and made Paytas air secrets not divulged Senate military affairs committee to continue inquiry into policy t be win latter in the r Gen of Vav Vii up acce Roya a Retan i n Derse a retard Tho Earl of Munster i lord Strathcona and mom As parliamentary unders of War. Besides the Cabinet Chan was another indication no a plans for any emerge i hit to �?�a1 with up n Hill faces charge of criminal assault rate Gist study for s first defeat in Kirke ii Armington Busy Back Kim Ebo Jan. 28.�?</h 11 r a t e s i s to stage at the end canvassing the signify it of preside tit Roosevelt s defeat in a on g fess on a a spending is tue Ley faced the fret that an tiny bloc Republican Domic coalition in both houses slashed by $150.1 00.000 the it or intern the adn Uniti at Ion to Ted would be needed for for the next five months. Her that might foreshadow Down of the far spending program has mapped for fiscal years was j politically powerful groups the i Senate confirmed the House a initiated Cut by a one vote mar Gin. There were compensating factors for the president. The narrowness of Senate Victory for j men insist tile Economy bloc was one. An policy that other was the fact that it was i won by a Compromise provision i in the Bill virtually deferring until March a final decision oui the size of Relief appropriations for the last three months of the fiscal year. I yet the fact remained that on i this first test of strength in the new Congress a third of the j democrats in the House and More than a third of the democrats in the Senate joined the Republican minorities and robust head on clash with the buffed the president. The party Congress the president had rebels thereby let the White a party revolt against his House that tip y com a ult 2 Airship despite every pres democratic election reverses of exerted by the president j last november As a mandate Elf Anil his aides by or it rom the country to reverse de labor Anil by Oiler Roosevelt spending policies. Y stilling recovery president next two Sigual fact was that in it is no secret for All his Public silence that vice president Garner is at Odds with the president on the government spending Issue. They have other differences hut intimates of both it is Over spending their chief disagreement has developed. White House aides credit Bustier Veteran of countless conjures Ion i putties with a Gui in hand in shaping the strategy of the Economy blocks fight in both House and Senate. Yet they also credit Tho vice president with repeated warnings to democrats in both houses against so Violet a clash with the president that it might lend to a Complete party rupture in 1940. Another Factor helping to soften the Impact of the Relief defeat for the president is the division of Senate democrats on the vote among 23 of thu who will face re Rlee Hon contests Winston Salem n t Jan. 28. .4 a James Allen Davis 23, arraigned in municipal court today on a charge of criminal assault was held without Bond for the february 6 term of Forsyth Superior court Winston Salem and Greensboro officers arrested Davis in Greensboro Friday and brought him to Winston Salem to answer a charge of criminal assault and a second charge of attempted criminal assault. A 21-year-old woman graduate of a local High school charged Davis with beating her into submission Aud criminally assaulting her near the Edge of the City a week ago today. Police lieutenant in. A Bedwell said. Another woman Bedwell said identified him As the Man who attempted to assault her while parked near South High school last summer. Dewey seeking policy Quot link Harlem operator testifies Iii second trial of Jimmie Hines new York Jan. 28.�?f/p a through the testimony of Joe a big spasms Ison 4s. A Brit j ish West indies negro and one. J time Harlem policy Watiker. District attorney Thomas e Dewey today attempted to link James j. Hines with a $20,000,000-a-year gambling Racket. Dewey has accused Hines of exerting his influence As a tammany District Leader to protect the Gigantic number game Syndicate organized by the late gang Leader. J dutch Schultz. Testifying As a prosecution wit a Ness in Hines second trial the first ended in a mistrial last fall i a Ison injected the Veteran political chieftain s name w Hen he j described inner Workings of the so called a pennies from Harlem a conspiracy. The witness who derived his picturesque nickname from facial t contortions when he held a Good i hand in poker games said his fir let j intimation that Hines was allegedly involved in the Racket came in i april or May 1932. At that time he said he asked George Weinberg Schultz business manager and j. Richard i a a Dixie Davis the mobs a kid mouthpiece a to explain a $125 item on the policy Bank a books. A i was informed a Bop said a that the item was a contribution going to Jimmy Hines club a the item he added thereafter appeared on the books every week. Dewey charged in the first trial that the four Banks in the gambling Combine were assessed $125 each to make up $5on weekly which Dewey contended went to Hines. Air Council to employer i Reserve and Volant i continuous training i units for periods i month. I lord hat Field a lord and chief of from 1933 to 1938. Last september on r age limit of 65 years in India As chairman of experts studying i tense problems. Chamberlain s Cabinet up bail Long been predict mind to silence wides pre Iviam of defense Progri agricultural development lament will re open Nix Day. A tit lot to filet sea Val staff tired aching the and now is of a Board Indian de train ii Clit Ami Par t to Washington. Jan. 2,8.p the Senate military affairs committee received Assurance from Gen. Malin Craig today that no military air secrets have been divulged to foreigners but decided nevertheless on further into this government s Ward foreign purchases of american made War and commercial planes. The army chief of staff it was Learned told the committee at a closed session specifically that no plane devices that the War department considers to be military secrets were shown to a French Mission which came to this country to Purchase the latest Type of bombing and Pursuit planes. Representatives of the ret depart men is have Ai Sion. Craig s testimony failed however to satisfy some members of Ute committee that proper care was being taken to keep secret air plane developments in this country. They contended a regain Tion of Long standing was broken when a representative of the Mission was permitted to test Hight of a plane defer entry into Competition army contract. A Laid that while the army a bomb sight apparently was not attached to this plane there that full in for n a a Neh it on a loped r an they sized it attached to is no e v id Emu British prime minister likens his stand to i hat of president Roosevelt Birmingham Jan. 28. Map a prime minister Chamberlain tonight called on a a others to contribute to the world s peace in what was regarded As an invitation Tor Hitler to help the appeasement cause when lie addresses the German Reich Stag monday. He stressed Britain s growing strength for defense in a speech before a Home town audience of businessmen and told of International misgivings Over the future. He likened his stand to that of president Roosevelt in a declaration of inevitable resistance to efforts to Rule by Force. A we have of ii defined our attitude that there can be no misunderstanding about it and i feel that it is time now that others should make their contribution to a result which would overflow with benefits to All a the prims minister declared. Rumours am suspicion a today the air is full of rumours and suspicions which ought not to be allowed to persist a for peace could Only be endangered by such a shall cig was envisaged by the president Tho unit ii states in i n w pc message namely a demand dominate the world by Force. A that would be a demand which As the president indicated i and i myself have already Declar Jed the democracies must inc Vita ulv resist. A but i cannot believe that any such Challenge is intended for the consequences of War for the i Peoples on either Side would be so grave that no government inquiry i which has their interests at heart policy to i would lightly embark upon them a there have been fears in some quarters that Hitler would voice before the Reich Stag colonial or other demands which in connection with italian clamor for French territory and Spanish insurgent successes would heighten Ell ropes tension. Hitler often has used the Reich Stag As a sounding Hoard for announcements of his ambitions. Earlier in his address Cham Sherlain said he believed that the French German italian and British people wished to live on j terms of Friendship and under standing with each other anti set tie their differences if they have any by discussion and not by Force. Re added however a i do not exclude the possibility that these feelings of the peo pies May not always he shared As to Rem mein the nits a no i ii ii i on Pimp 2. Sec. A Mexico willing to talk about u. S. Oil property an. 28.�? Hilo Nab declared a with Washington j a Francisco cat mexican ambassador Day lits government willing to disco so j states Oil companies the controversy Over the expo a privation of their properties last March. The ambassador who returned today from Mexico City said the mexican government had continued to operate the Oil Wells prohibitionist near death Portland ore., Jan. 28�?ct� or. Clarence True Wilson 66, i internationally famous prohibit zionist and founder of the tem Perance of the methodist Church was near i tonight. J mation about other accessories j and structural developments of it he plan itself were not made available to the French a presen j native. Senator Clark doom of menting on president Roosevelt a a i disclosure yesterday that govern a cd to me it officials were aiding lha still French in their attempts to buy i listed i military planes Here declared settlement of j a a a think its a shocking Situa Ford asks charges by Norb dismissed mates gov permit the latest de i country Tion to find the United eminent preparing to Sale of planes of tin a elopement to a fore before they Are made this the president pointed out plane had not been accepts the government and was Pun manufacturers plane. Ile too that some air plane factories were Idle and that for the factories to get into production on French orders would place them in a position to handle speedily death in a Hospital Here i this country Slater needs under the air expansion program. Washington Jan. 28.�? put the Ford motor company asking the labor Board today to dismiss All findings based on a hearing conducted by examiner John j t. Lindsey into organisation of Ford employees accused the examiner of a hostile and antagonistic treatment of company witnesses. In a Brief filed with the Board liable to the company asserted Ute exam i inert a action denied the Ford company a a full fair and open the Brief replied to a Board announcement it would order reinstatement of 29 Dearborn Plant workers and direct the company to Stop discouraging membership in the United automobile workers a c. I. Of Union unless the company proved within 30 Days it was not at fault. The i by by a mid Sharp lines being drawn on diversion Raleigh Jan. 28. Old Sharp lines were being drawn tonight for a showdown fight on so called Highway diversion j which promises to be the most controversial Issue of the 1939 general Assembly. Anti diversion its were making i confident claims that they could i swing a majority at least in the donate. Their opponents however predicted that the picture would change considerably after governor Mony presents his views at a joint session of the legislature tuesday night. 1 s the governor repeatedly has As t i continued on Page 2, Sec. A oldest officer feted Washington Jan. 28.�? a the army sent greetings today to its oldest living officer. Brigadier general William h Bisbee celebrating his 99th birthday Ai his Home in Brookline Myua. Franchises hearing i sorted that he favors the Transfer Charlotte n. C., Jan. 28. From the Highway fund to the a up a hearings on applications i general fund of at least a portion j setting by ten Carolina motor truck and j of the receipts from the three per i for the bus companies for franchises will i cent sales tax on gasoline. The be held in february and March at j proposed budget now pending be j fore the joint finance and appropriations committee provides for the Transfer of $7,000,000, if Nec Essary. Auti Divisi ousts de Cha in that Charlotte and other Carolin cities by w. W. Mccaslin examiner attached to the inter Stab Commerce commission s Mistrie office Here. All Money raised from taxes on gasoline or from automobile licenses should by spent to improve roads and to meet administrative expenses of the Highway Aud Public works commission. Governor Illey and Many of his supporters take the stand that the sales tax on gasoline is similar to the sales tax on food or on clot Hes. Consequently they say at least a portion of Tho gasoline tax receipts should go to the general fund to help support Public schools and other state inst hums Aud departments. Of the Antl do or zionists Are victorious North Carolina s record budget of $154,514,899 1939-41 biennium probably would be thrown out of balance and the Law makers would be forced to find additional tax revenues or to prune appropriations. Governor Hoey s speech before the joint session will be broadcast Over a state wide radio Hookup. Labor legislation also May stir up a major controversy in the As i senility next week when an and j ministration sponsored wage hour Bill is slated to be introduced. The Bill is being prepared i jointly by the offices of Tho Cora i missioner of labor and the attorney general la probably will set i lower and More flexible standards j than a wage hour measure Intro i diced this week by senator Gre a gory of Rowan. Gregory a Bill understood to i be backed by the stale federation i of labor would set a minimum i wage of 25 cents an hour and a maximum work week of 44 hours for the first year after enactment. The wages would grow gradually higher and the Houri would become gradually lower until limits of 40 cents and 40 hours were established. Reliable sources said that an could sued on in age i Ake a

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