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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 30, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A the e r partly Cloudy and colder the High Point Enterprise High Point Industry at High Point offers Good Opportunity for year around work vol. 55�?no. 30 Momb it associated Pruss High polm. Monday Vilh noon. Jam any. 30, 1039 commute Nea be Uvick Price five cents Hitler warns against interference supreme court rules against Power companies in to a to government a powered o continue decision is delivered k Bustier Roberts on constitutional it Washington Dan. 20.�? a the supreme court nod Hack today a Challenge 14 private Power companies j the constitutionality of the ver program of the venues Valley authority., i a decision delivered by Iii Roberts the tribunal held that utilities held no a standing to stain the he decision enabled the govern fit to continue construction of a is of dams in the Tennessee by and sell surplus Power pro de. A too twit Quot ust Iees Butler and me Reynolds enter contending that the de j on a goes too ustice Reed did nut participate the decision. As solicitor Gen j he had argued a previous j Case before the tribunal Roberts asserted that a the vice he position taken by the pow a meanies a is that neither their raters nor their local franchises dive the Grant of a monopoly Ender Competition the franchise to exist As a Cor Ion and to function As a pub Utility in the absence of a Spe charter contract on the sub a the opinion continued pates no right to 1,11 free it petition and affords the creation no Legal cause of rom it. By reason of the state s sub a entry authoring another to r and operate in the same d. It free of exemption the local franchises while Long elements of property con no contractual or property it to be free of Competition or from individuals other he. Utility corporations or the e or municipality granting the i causes. The Grant or May preclude it by contract from initiating or mitting such Competition but such contractual obligation Sre Roberts said that the Federal rid court a finds that the a Ity has not indulged in Coer duress fraud or miss Ere action in procuring contracts i municipalities cooperatives Ither purchasers of Power has acted with any malicious or solent motive and has not tired with municipalities or or purchaser of the record justifies these fend Roberts asserted. Loyalist refugees pour into France a a flight of Spanish Fantail int refugees a unparalleled in modern european history quest of Barcelona by rebel. Radl Ophoff show French Mobile g Nard escorting some pyrenees pass to their Only Haven French concentration Camps. Us flouring into France following the con Iff the fugitive through a Anniv covered second week of mar t off to Good Relief Bill Start with 145 buyers registered is sent Back Viet outlines be year plan i Hirtl step l o it Arr by a i rom a Sot Ali in to Voin Mimi a Iosco Vav. Jan. 30�?</p a the Gram of the third five year n. Carrying the soviet Futon a a gradual transition from Lalim to communism a was dished today by the communist to Organ pravda. The program will Brou led Yaeh Slaff Zolotoff chair a of the Council of Peoples a missals. Before the Congress the communist party March outstanding was continued emits on heavy Industry and Dess manufacturing and sched increases in the production i consumer cond s. Tho plan was a pc lat pc in the third five year plan a lot off wrote a i he a s s it Fred a new Stag of develop j lit t in St in of urn pie Ion of j construction of a classless palist society and the gradual tuition i oui Sui Lalim to com ism \ x x. The c. S s it. Is Irani Imad j an economically Independent try which provides its Meono and defense with All necessary Nical equipment. A in the rate of its development i Industry of the u. S. S. R. Is first place in the world uffizi nil it in the volume of a trial output in the u. S. S. R. Comparison with the most and iced technically and economic by of the in capitalist countries St be completely eliminated in Ler to secure the final Victory i communism in its historic petition with capitalism. A now we can and must Square set ourselves in practice Aud of plish the main economic k of the i. S. S. In to Over a and surpass in the economic Ere the most developed rapist countries of Europe and the item states xxx last minute bulletins Al Quot trains crash i hic ago Jan. So a blinding Snow caused three rear end collisions on the elevated lines today injuring at least 50 passengers and shaking up scores of other in the densely crowded coaches. Killed Rio de Janeiro. Jan. To. A lha /. E. Powell former airline executive in the i United states and lieutenant Jose Grashul of the brazilian army were killed Toda when their bomber crashed in suburban Anda rally. Powell employed by the Yul tee aircraft corporation of t Ali fornia was instructing Grashul to Fly one of the 26 new Vultee bomber recently purchased by the brazilian army. Americans Safe Washington Jan. So up a Consul Douglass flood at Barcelona Spain has advised the state department that All americana there Are believed Safe. Lessening of activity expected but record breaking attendance Pace Likely to continue three killed in Baix wreck Carbondale Iii. Jan. 30.-�? of a Max Foley chief clerk of the Illinois Central Railroad said today three of the train Crew were killed and a fourth injured when an engine and 29 freight cars were derailed a mile North of Robin in Pope county last night. Second week of the Southern furniture and Rug Market got j under Way Here this morning w Ith 145 dealers registering from a scattered area indicating that there might he a lessening of general activity this week. Hut prom i Ising to attract dealers in Suffi Dent numbers to continue the rec j Ord breaking attendance e set for. The first week of the show. With buying continuing in a j generally satisfactory Pace Nianu-1 facture a comment that the Dis a intuition of orders has been Good and that the dealers coming to this show have shown a preference for the better styled lines j that Are a feature Here it being said by buyers that the merchandise shown Here represents better styling than is available at any other Market taking into consideration of course the Price brackets into which fall most of the lines shown Here. From scattered sections come reports that the new year has brought improved business conditions which in a sense justifies the buying being done Here. This plus the fact that dealers generally have found themselves with de-1 plated inventories continues to i influence the steady flow of business placed on this Market. At 4 of clock this afternoon the i executive committee of the Southern furniture exposition build ing inc., met to consider the dates for the summer Market and it is exported that a formal announce i Merit w ill he made tomorrow set it Ting the dates for the mid summer i show. Frankfurter in High court seat \ Zentia born former Harvard Law professor i Ake lath Washington Jan. 3 to adjust differences with Senate measure Iii conference Lember in the Hamber in ceremony in Felix Frank f the supreme a Ufi Vien Rhen. In. He delusion t he i new jul port the Ore a p fore wind to Admir of a court to proved no a a the Hie court houses took an j n urn restitution. Mea a a 1 court proved upraised the t oath w of Hustle Charles Huel no ourt. A old Cam Ter the arc Harvard a to this austrian thus the 56-y Law professor w country As a 12-year-old immigrant unable to word of English took a the nation s highest trib Clad in the custom i Robe Frankfurter in a re i the courtroom promptly with the other justices a inc the constitutional their presence. He then repeated the oath in a Strong Clear v Shook hands with Justi before taking the seat at i while Many of his for Pils and intimate friends on. Frankfurter then took judicial oath and promptly occur j pied the seat left vacant by the death last july of his intimate Friend Justice Benjamin n. Car-1 Dodo. Seat on Mal. F Black cd into it noon Ter Tak oath in judicial j Black Ler up looked the Washington. Jan. 30 a of a the House sent the $"25,000,000 Relief Bill to a conference committee today to adjust differences with a Senate approved measure. There was no difference in the amounts appropriated by the two houses hut the Senate added a number of amendments to the measure which the House had Applier. Ras no difference in the appropriated by the two it the Senate added a if amendments to the which the House had Applier. 25,000.000 Fig seated a reduction Frorer 000,000 requested by Roosevelt. The Money to finance win opera feb. 7 to june 30. Speaker Bankhead n House conferees representatives Wood ruin Day Taylor Dot do Cannon i Moi Ludlow a find Snyder a Pai Mcmillan Degl Johnson a Val Taber Kny wiggles wort it a Massi and Lamberton a kans. A Senate subcommittee invited Thomas r. Amily to attend Public hearing on his nomination to the interstate Commerce commission. Rep. Rayburn of Texas the democratic floor Leader announced soon after the Relief committee was appointed that Wood rum hoped to have the conference report ready by wednesday one of the provisions inserted by the Senate in the Relief Bill provided a 25 per cent limitation on win pay differentials and imposition of a new set of restrictions on of a political activity. Repro the $8 75.-presidpnt s intended ions from lined these blizzard hits Chicago with heavy snowfall forecaster says of present severity continues Vii records a ill by broken Ciuc ago a Jan. 30.�? apr a paralysing blizzard whipped across the Southern great lakes states arum the Ohio Valley today Bury in or Chicago under one of the heaviest snowfalls on record. Forecaster c. A. Donuel said that if the storm continued ail Day at the severity prevalent to mid morning the nation s second City might have Snow totalling More than the existing record of 19.2 inches in March 1931, the fail being approximately one foot by 9 30 a. In. Spreading the storm was worst in Northern and Central Illinois Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan but spread rapidly northeastward into Pennsylvania and new York state. In Chicago All Public and parochial schools were ordered closed thousands of commuters were late to work when suburban Railroad and elevated trains Street cars and buses were delayed motor traffic was paralysed. Only four automobiles crossed the outer drive Bridge in five hours. Sections of the Lake front outer j drives were closed. Mounted policemen were ordered to keep their horses in the stables. Opens late the Chicago Board of Trade took the almost unprecedented action of delaying opening of the great Exchange a half hour until j 10 30 a. In. T . Because j traders and clerks get there on time. Two Douglas Park elevated trains a West Side route collided in a front and rear crash injuring More than a score hut none seriously. Hundreds of automobiles were my Quot stalled. Air plane traffic at the my Nic pal Airport was halted but Quot a United airlines said trips were a on schedule from Moline Iii., a West. E l the City s transportation systems put More than l,5oo extra men and More than 15u plow and sweepers to the task of trying to keep facilities operating. Federal judge charged with "misconduct1 it m vim in i a n Ion i 1.1.ehn Washington Jan. of a representative Sumners a tax said today lie had keen advised officially that judge Martin t. Manton of tile Federal circuit court of no ideals had resigned. New York. Jan 3 ply a double barrelled investigation was underway today in the record i of judge Martin t. Manton of j the i. 8. Circuit court of appeals in the Wake of charges by District attorney Thomas e. Dewey that the High ranking Jurist had accepted More than $400,000 from litigants. In a letter to rep. Hatton Vav. Hammers chairman of the House committee Dewey Batlan totalling $439,481 Bill to impose tax on bottled drinks tonight Georgia Escaper grabbed by cops pm Higa v hit by storm etr01t, Jan. To up a the ton s most pm re now Sooim eloped Southern Michigan to from Detroit to Benton har and a non lira n w my w Iii ppm d drifts that stopped traffic on eral main highways and virile Idle roads. Raleigh Jan. 30.�? of by tile legislature tonight is due to get a Bill to impose a Crown tax on ail bottled drinks in North Carolina and during the week will get the labor departments wage and hour act. In addition governor Hoey said the administration s Bill to permit discretion in imposing life term sentences instead of death penalties in vases of first degree convictions will go in. Some time during the week also will be introduced a Model Bill More than 136 typewritten pages prepared by a special commission authorized by the 1935 legislature to study Laws on estates wills and inheritances. Chairman Carl l. Bailey of Plymouth has Given the commission s report and the proposed Bill to the governor but the Only copy of the report filed Here was immediately sent to the Printer. Governor Hoey said that he also expected the administration rills on creation of a department of Justice by coordination of present elate agencies and to provide an anti Lynch Law to he ready within a week or ten Days. Lasher commissioner f. H. Stanford said labor Acta hacked by his department would be offered almost any Day now. Representatives Withrow of Rutherford and Taylor of Caswell said they would offer the Crown tax idea. This afternoon the appropriations committee began adoption of the biennial Money spending Bill. The finance joint group continued work on the tax Bill pending hearing tomorrow on diversion. A number of organizations opposed to diversion will appear before the committee and the Highway users conference has been issuing an invitation almost nightly Over radio for All interested citizens to attend. A two other Public hearings set for this week will come wednesday. One will be on the Bill to rewrite the Laws regulating cosmetologists and the other on the Bill to abolish capital punishment and substitute life imprisonment As the penalty in first degree convictions. Several Legisla tors it was Learned have been making inquiry concerning taxation of tin motor transportation Industry As it compares with Railroad taxation and with the benefits such firms get. From using the Highway. No Concrete proposals have been advanced however c and today Notti prison. Bryan act Esta. Ga., Jan. 3 a filling a Cabin hides a tear Gas Augusta City pol state Highway patrolmen captured Forrest Turner ohs Escaper from Tattnall with him they seized Schwab one of five prisoners who escaped january 3 from the Forsyth county Public works Camp aided police said by Turner the Guise of an attorney. Twelve policemen headed by Augusta chief c. J. Wilson and Captain George r. Folds surrounded the Cabin in an isolated on whose Section about nine Miles from a leaned in gusts at 4 a. In. They waited until Daylight for the capture firing tear Gas into the Cabin. Chief Wilson said Turner and Schwab wore believed to have blown a Safe at Gray Rno unt last night hut did not have details on this robbery. Captain folds returning Here to Ladge Turner and Schwab in jail said a Quantity of nitroglycerine dynamite and burglar tools were found in the Cabin. A car the Porto stolen from Jacksonville. Fla., was parked near the Cabin he added. Policy witness shoots himself George Weinberg kill self it prosecution a hideout inspection act constitutional Washington Jan. 30.�?ltm a the 1935 Federal tobacco in j i Section act was held constr to j j tonal today by the supreme i j court. The measure prov ides for Federal inspection of tobacco sold at designated markets provided this is approved in a referendum by the growers who sell on the mar-1 act. Approval of two thirds of j i those voting is required. Tobacco ready for auction at warehouses is examined by the Federal inspector who then places the government Grade upon it. J the legislation was designed by 1 Congress to Stab Lizie tobacco prices. Operators of four tobacco Ware j houses at Oxford n. Challenged the legislation. They contend i de. Among other things that the t Ary by h he said Hasinec 1932 to judg Lorp ovations owned cd by him. The Money to repaid was and Van Vida or concerti parties in matters appeals court i four of the s lie added involved cases before the it won. Dewey Summa Only $50,000 of in the six transact repaid he said that the Uinn a $232.981 a was $25tt,000 loan to the Lai j. Sullivan Manton partner from lord a been paid Manton or a t Mil. To Tuuu us it of it never need by Iii hims acting for handled by the Wey said. In transaction litigants whose ourt later worry showed that the $439,481 dons had been a largest fart of a e James business Thomas. Tells Western Powers not to a interfere aborts that Germany w ill not in the future tolerate any meddling by Louis Lochner by it la no fan. 30.�? apr Adolf Hitler today warned Western Powers against interfering a in matters concerning us alone with the purpose of preventing natural Ami sensible solutions. A a he declared to a swollen Reich Stag that Germany in establishing the a right of self determination Quot in Austria and Czecho Slovakia. Had a Only defended itself against the attempts of interfering and added a i need not assure von that in the future also we shall tolerate no attempts at interference in matters concerning us alone with the purpose of preventing natural and sensible in Bis address in Celebration of the sixth anniversary of nazi Rule. Hitler launched a bitter attack on bolshevism and hailed the Success of insurgents in Spain As another a valiant defeat of the newest Universal attempt to destroy the european cultured in the glittering Reich Stag Assembly in the Kroll opera House As Hitler spoke were two a Little fuehrer a Konrad Hon Len the sudeten German Leader. And Arthur Seyez a quart. The austrian nazi Leader who summoned the get Man army to a a Rescue that country last March. Also there was High collared or. Hjal Niar St hat i. The German financial wizard who was dismissed As r Etc is thank president on january 20. As minister without portfolio he sat next to or. Walter Funk his n ii f fit Iii r among the Cabinet members on the Rostrum. The fuehrer declared before Germany a greatest Reich Stag that if the Reich in 1933 had sunk into bolshevik chaos the whole w in world would have been submerged in a crisis of dimensions surpassing human imagination. A Only the Moat narrow minded islanders can imagine to thera in ont Linurd on t agr ii Franco pushes on with drive predict All of Catalonia Vav ill be 4 a it Uerey a in fortnight my agents for the company. Anier o Advent Iran t the loan Dewey said was made a at the request of Paul Malin assistant to George w. Hill president of the american tobacco neither Hahn said to be in Europe nor Hill was available for immediate comment. Chinese claim guerrilla attacks cause 7,000 japs to die in South Shansi Shanghai i chinese source Jan. Said new York Jan 30.�? it of a the spectre of George Weinberg ailing and fearful one time Gangland a Strong army who killed himself yesterday lingered to in Day Over tile policy Racket trial of tammany District Leader James j. Hines. District attorney Thomas e. Dewey announced that Weinberg shifty testimony he the miscarried first trial of Hines still was a witness in the second and that the Long transcript of his testimony although its veracity was doubted by the judge himself will be read by an assistant prosecutor. The glowering state s with 30 to today that persistent guerrilla attacks. Launched from Mountain Hacks in j South Shansi province had caused 7.ogu japanese casualties in the last ten Days. A k dispatch from Hamlow said the fourth circuit court of a japanese military authorities re ported that their forces killed i 1.190 chinese irregulars in 65 engagements in the Hankow area i the first ten Days of the month. Japanese losses were said to be j 4 1 killed and 92 wounded tobacco auctioned had not gone into interstate Commerce Aud the i Federal government had no authority Over it. Peals sustained the get. This tie cts ton was affirmed today by the supreme court in an opinion delivered by chief Justice Hughes. Justices Mcreynolds and Butler dissented. By Labby Allen Barcelona. Jan 30�?of a insurgent armies struck from three directions today in an Effort to break newly formed government lines North of Barcelona and Complete the Conquest of catatonia which. Insurgents predicted would be done within a fortnight. Forces moving northeastward from Maresi pushed government troop Back to Moya Village and captured dominating positions the insurgents reported. Troops operating along the Highway beyond Granolles said they dominated the town of Lenars Del Valias and other forces moving up the Mediterranean coast advanced past Arenys. De mar. A Burgos dispatch quoted tire insurgent High command that three International brigades apparently newly organized by the government offered some resistance along the Tan Ollie a san Coloni Road most insurgent positions were said to be within 37 Miles of be Pujia capital of Corona province. The City is 52 Airm Les Northeast of Barcelona occupied thursday and on a main Highway to the French Frontier. A Mesa is 30 Miles Northwest of Barcelona. Moya is 15 Miles it of Maine and 29 mile new earthquake strikes now stricken Chile area North of Barcelona. Granolles 15 Miles North of Barcelona is on an important Road to the North. Arenys de mar is 25 Miles Northeast of Barcelona and on the Generalissimo Francisco Franco was pushing his drive rapidly with the idea of turning against Valencia and Madrid if Complete Success in Catalonia does not end the two and a half year War. Santiago. Chile Jan. 30.-i/p a new panic was reported to Day among survivors of Chile disastrous earthquake after mop shocks described As a very at Concepcion several More Walls caved in. When the ground again trembled violently reports said women and children in chilian screamed and men fought to reach open against Hines was on the stand in the same Region where Between spaces Safe from falling Trees and Duke boys freed breaking charge three and a half Days and at one Point in his testimony Hines leaped angrily from the counsel table and shouted a you Weinberg was a brother of to Weinberg whose body he and the Rcl-1 of Gangland believed Rev i Mudd n aka address Vatican City. Jan. So. Id. Pope Pius i today called All of Italy s Bishops for an extraordinary address feta. La the 10th anniversary of the Lateran treaty Between the v at Tea n and the italian state a Vatican new service announced today. Was encased in Concrete and dropped into the East River As a Token of underworld displease u re. Fear of a similar Fate for himself. His cronies believed or a severe stomach ailment in the opinion of Dewey drove him to snatch up s pistol from a Dewey investigator coat and shoot lined through the head. 25.000 and 30,000 already had died. The new temblor lasting More than two minutes rocked chilian and Concepcion shortly before last Midnight injuring 20 persons at Concepcion and spreading terror among the homeless sleeping in the Public Plaza at c Milan. Sonic sources said the new a Hocks were almost As Strong As those last tuesday which destroyed chilian and left an estimated 15.000 dead among the City s 40,-000 population. There was Little property left to be damaged however Charlotte court House n a Jan. 3c. I a t to i i University students charged with breaking into a filling station Gas Dine pump. Were. Acquitted today by trial Justice h. B. Chermside. Crumbling Walls. The earthquake climaxed repeated less severe shocks yesterday in the quake Areg 250 Miles South of Here. The government alarmed by the increasingly difficult situation j or. Called Congress into extraordinary i the charges Agai session today to consider relict measures. Informed sources ex-1 petted the legislative to seek Ani emergency foreign loan of about 1,200,000.000 pesos i approximately $62,400,000. The work of an army of carpenters building Mammoth wooden Barracks to House the homeless i of Chelan continued. T John Dodi of new Jersey and David Cloud of Long Island were dismissed Atte i it Iii by hearing. Coin Nim it wealth s attorney it. Page mor Ion prosecuted the Case and j Kent Early local attorney de fended the two boys. Morton said Dodd was shot ii the left leg by Joseph Kuhn id Cai while opening the

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