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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Quot made is really prow of our car 1put is up the big cab class t go a de luxe a 2 i h l. R fall 32 21 .00 61 28 .00 70 37 .00 42 28 .07 73 41 of 35 27 of 32 22 .08 32 23 .00 62 35 .00 43 28 .00 51 36 of 35 24 .09 74 45 of 66 33 of 36 25 .04 38 13 of 75 33 .00 63 49 of 58 38 of 74 42 of 69 30 of 68 58 .00 75 49 of 71 50 of 55 40 .00 73 48 .00 76 27 of 71 51 of 37 9 of 69 42 of 69 47 of 33 25 .20 64 33 of 35 22 .15 56 47 of 35 27 .03 64 23 of 61 31 of 72 42 of so 52 .14 73 39 of 71 49 00 72 48 of 50 29 of 50 29 of 65 41 .00 Eather Orth Carolinas fair and Collie mild sunday monday generally Washington. March 16.�? apr ther Bureau records of temperature rainfall for the 24 hours ending 8 i. In the principal Cotton growing a and elsewhere Talon Ena. Lyle. Nta. Nile City .42 Gingham. 73 ton. Falo Taia. In ton. 32 Irlotte. 62 Cago. Einnatz. Veland. In. Ver. Rott. Uth i. Paso. Veston. 63 a re. Isonville. 74 aaa City. West. In Rock. 75 Angeles. 71 i Lavelle. 55 Iphil. Id tan. 76 my. In St. Paul. 37 bile. Orleans. J York. Folk. Burgh. Hand. Ore. 58 hand. Me. Hmong. Louts. Antonio. 72 Francisco. Annah a. .73 a. Kasburg. 72 Hington. Abington. Mington. 65 a a Ore about Ivers May ont Imiri from Page in Sec. A the Atlanta Constitution. In copyrighted Story appearing the sunday Issue wrote that e governor was prepared to m Quot the full Force of the Cor / a National guard All of it to officers and upward of ,000 men Quot if necessary to profit his going to jail. An offer to Quot go to jail for you the Federal government is file Able a was tendered Al 1 a his welfare director former representative Braswell Deen. T i in is mph Al it at Macon the Georgia Eil Ilion a sedation today noted it in a motion to adjourn in Ivance of the previously set Osling hour As a protest against in arrest which came after b teachers had acclaimed Rev i the state s Quot greatest Friend the governor and i. Rivers a former teacher ire made life members of the a. Evicted chairman Miller cd Rivers statement after rest that Quot the school Bells will up ringing regardless of what by do to to Quot and said the Vernor made this comment to Vade the real Issue Ore about Mericas protest on limed from Page in sin. A committed in Waters Adja to to the american continent cd the american republics e the right to keep free of hostile act on the part of belligerent nation. I desire request your excellency to be d enough to consult with the or american countries in the Mer of the precedent already Ihl shed on the suitability of Olle calve protest against this r violation of the maritime p which we undertake to pre re from the evils of War. So i la Iii \ Mux i Ion he american republic.-, which e been consulted through me Riding this communication e agreed that the fart refer to by the brazilian govern it constituted a violation of principles which they Stab to in Panama for the purpose keeping the War away from Tifental Waters and at the in time have authorized me to Lent to your majesty the in Nous protest of the american Liblick As the result of this and to reiterate their a i that the War be kept away it the Waters which the deaf Jon of Panama Content plat preserving for the Pacific use intercontinental Commerce Quot Ore about inns reds More about More about 70 candidates for outlines gov. Rivers arrested on contempt charge grinning broadly. Gov. K. I. Rivers of Georgia and Bis wife Are shown leaving the Federal building in Macon ga., after his arrest on orders of Federal Dwidge Bascom 8. Beaver who ruled the chief executive was in contempt of court. The Jurist charged i the governor had ignored a Federal court injunction to prevent i him from ousting a. L. Miller front the chairmanship of the i state Highway Board. The governor was arrested on the stage of the Macon municipal auditorium during the convention of the i Georgia education association. More a retirement plan con. From Page i Hee a in Public school advancement North Carolina. H. E. Isenhour. Chairman of the legislative committee of the state school Board association listed these As some objectives of groups retirement the 12th Grade some form of continuing contracts for teachers Extension of the right to vote local supplements without the present Pupil population requirement. A 10th pay increment for teachers extending terms of county superintendents to four years and of principals to two years. Increasing the compulsory attendance age from 14 to 16 years appointment of a state wide advisory Council of education fixing of a Load limit on school buses elimination of unsanitary conditions in schools. Mph. A i Joy talks mrs. Doyle Alley president of the North Carolina Congress of parents and teachers outlined the work of the group during the last 21 years. She said the . A. Is concentrating on Patent education Public relations and a legislative program mrs John Robinson president of the North Carolina fed elation of women s clubs urged that teachers forget the words Quot give us a results in the form of higher salaries will Tome quicker if these words Are forgotten she said and the Public is informed what is needed in the schools. Miss Flossie Marshbanks of the state department of Public instruction spoke for the american association of University women. Harry in Caldwell master of the state Grange said that the farm organization believes the curriculum should be liberalized providing Mere training for those who do not go to College. June Rose Greenville county superintendent and department commander of the american legion said the legion Quot believes the democratic process Are Worth saving and to that end the legion Baa thrown its support behind the Public mrs. Dess Lur a ii us state president of the business and professional women s clubs said that organization is urging vocational training for girls in Well As for boys and Extension and More support for libraries. More about German mines Quot finally escaped in the Clouds Quot after being slightly damaged. Meanwhile Britain a drive to have a half million troop in Fiance by fall gathered impetus As it was disclosed that men Over 27 years of age probably would be called up in May. A Call issued yesterday expected to boost Britain a army Over the 2,000,000 Mark directs men who became 25 during 1939 to Register april 6, and those who turned 26 last year to Register april 27. Youths who have turned 20 since the last previous Call on March 9. Also will he required on the latter Date. Ontic cd from Page in Sci. A continued from Page in Sec. A rated steadily growing favor the for the proposal and increase defense measures. Finland worked earnestly on e great task of caring for an to mated 4 60.000 homeless inns Many of them moving just cad of the troops retreating am soil Given up to soviet Ussio. Eljas Erkko finnish minister Sweden in a broadcast Appeal Fem Stockholm asked the peo a of the United states to help Knish reconstruction. Quot your tie brother Finland. May Larkly put his House i ii order Ain of you help him Quot he said to main problems rehabilitation and building new defences rank As Finland s in main problems in keeping Jib Premier Risto Rytis de a ration last night that the Nan would go Forward Quot with a old in one hand and a trowel the it was expected land would begin immediate the fortification of her new iders. X a a a a pop a Cense revoked listed for revocation of his drive a License by the state Highway Fety division today was Jesse Newsom. 827 i South main a Ltd High Point. After an explosion with 18 of her Crew of 23 missing and two greek ships the Panach Randos 4.661 tons and the Flora 2,980 tons Weer sunk mysteriously. British officials said they could not confirm German claims that one British patrol vessel had been sunk and another damaged by German air raiders. Shortly after the sinking of the British vessels were disclosed. Netherlands naval officials advised ships flying the nation s Flag to remain in Harbor because of the discovery of new danger zones subsequently ship owners were instructed concerning a new route across the North sea. The British flight Over former polish territory which the air ministry said had taken place in the last 24 hours was the second of the War officially reported. Met opposition the planes which reconnoitre a Helgoland bight met some Quot opposition Quot from German fighter and anti aircraft guns but suffered no casualties the communique reported. British Aerial patrols the ministry said. Engaged in a Quot running fight Quot of Tho English coast with a nazi bomber Quot in which the enemy attacked repeatedly but More about Sharp income con. From us so a i scr a in the second District including the financial area it 5. Local circumstances brought some notable variations. Indication were that tax collections in Rhode Island would he two to three time greater than year ago. Taxpayers there made heavy deductions in their returns of 1938 income to cover losses incurred when a Hurricane swept the state in the fall of that year. Siv Pek cent drop Maine reported payments were six per cent under a year ago. The collector said Quot several non recurring items filed last year accounted for the decrease but did not explain the matter further. The actual Cash that the Treasury has put in it income tax till since the first of the year shows about a 30 per cent increase Over the corresponding period last year�?1126.691.519 on March 14 compared with $96,747,198. The Money however represent Only that forwarded to Washington and dues not include the huge flow pouring into income tax collection District offices in the Days and hours immediately preceding the March 15 deadline. The total collection for March 1939. Was $505,000,000. More about Welles visits continued from Page in Hee. A the German ambassador. Hana Georg Viktor von malt Kensen visited the foreign ministry while Welles and United states ambassador William Phillips were conferring with count piano. The Call was described in both German and american it irides As a coincidence having no hearing on Welles visit. An Al Lehr visit ihh4thskr it is known however that German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop when he was Here last we Eek end to Confer with Premier Mussolini discussed Welles trip. Although there was no authoritative italian indication that he brought new material for Welles to report to president Roosevelt in Berlin Well informed germans said von Ribbentrop undoubtedly had carried Farewell notes for ii Duce to relay to Welles. After conferring with the King for 45 minutes and count Plano for an hour Welles talked with Premier Mussolini at la ducks venetian Palace he had luncheon with count Plano As the guest of ambassador Phillips and Welles and Phillips dined tonight with a Small private Piny at count pianos Home. Former judge Dies new York. March 16 up Israel Frederick Fischer 81, former chief judge of tile United states customs court Here died at his Home today after a Brief illness. He was a native of new York City. A on. From Page i Sec a men seeking the democratic designation la. L. Harris of Roxboro. L. A. Martin of Lexington a. Erskine Smith of Albemarle and Dan Tompkins of Sylva. The democratic gubernatorial candidates Are a. J. Maxwell and j. M. Broughton both of Raleigh Arthur Simmons of Burlington a. P. Horton of Pittsboro Thomas e. Cooper of Wilmington Paul Grady of Kenly and l. Lee gravely of Rocky mount. Demour at in i Siim by n to democratic incumbents who will be unopposed for renomination Are state treasurer Charles m. Johnson. Labor commissioner Forrest h. Shuford superintendent of Public instruction Clyde a. Erwin. Attorney general Harry Altmullan and representatives Lindsay c. Warren of the first District John h. Kerr of the second a. D. Folger of the fifth j. Bayard Clark of the seventh and a. L. Burwinkle of the tenth. Five democrats Are seeking their party a designation in the eighth congressional District a the incumbent. W. O. Burgin of Lexington. Giles y. Newton of Gibson. B. Deane of Rockingham. Bob Steele 3rd. Of Rockingham. Aud Phillips of Southern Pines. Burgin and Deane engaged in a Long controversial struggle for this confessional seat two years ago. Four democratic candidates Are running in the sixth congressional District the incumbent Carl t. Durham of Chapel Hui. Oscar g. Barker of Durham. De r. Hanford of Burlington and John a. Caffey of Greensboro. Nink filed today six republicans and three democrats filed today. Edward f. Graffin of Louisburg. A former state senator qualified to run for the democratic nomination for Congress in the fourth District against the incumbent rep Harold Cooley. Jim Rivers of Boone who described himself As an itinerant Newspaperman and Printer paid i fee to run against the incumbent. Rep. Robert l. Houghton for the ninth congressional District seat. William b. Oliver. Fuquay Springs attorney filed a the Only opponent of the incumbent Dan c. Boney for democratic nomination for insurance commissioner. The republicans who Are unopposed for the nominations were w. Downing of Fayetteville for attorney general Lawrence j. Race of Asheville for superintendent of Public instruction Vav. H. Gragg of Boone former u. S. I marshal for the Middle District,1 for treasurer John a. Wilkinson of Washington n. C., for Congress in the first District Ottis James Reynolds of Elkin for Congress in the fifth and Gilliam Grissom of Mcleansville the Republican gubernatorial candidate in 1936, for Congress in the sixth District. One other Republican c. T. J Allen of Aurora filed for treas Jurer after withdrawing from the race for commissioner of Agricula ture. Rep. Houghton had first an j bounced that he would retire from his ninth District seat hut later decided to run because he said of requests that he do so. In filing against the Veteran Houghton Rivers said he had not i Quot overlooked the fact that 14 leaders of the party in which i have held lifelong membership recently railed on the incumbent representative and delivered to him an instrument of writing which they alleged was a Man j Date of the people that lie again seek the seat which he has ecu pled for nearly 30 a Quot sketchy Survey Quot of the Dis i continued from Page in Hee. A whether such an Opportunity May develop in the near future is believed to be one of the questions to which Sumner Welles undersecretary of state is seeking an answer on his confidential Mission for the president in Europe. Choke Forck or. Roosevelt made Clear that he thought an end would come to use of Force in International relations. Quot today we seem once More to be in a temporary Era where organized Force is seeking to Divide men and nations from one another Quot he said. Quot that is Why it is right and proper to Call together the representatives of the great religious bodies which seeks not to Divide but to unite men and nations in the old message of brotherhood and Goodwill. In dark Days of the past that Ideal has been saved in the Long run by splendid efforts to maintain it in the minds and hearts of the average citizens in All the president said he greeted those joining in the convocation j Quot As a congregation of Faith in the certainty that you will help to keep alive that spirit of kindliness and Faith which is the essence of confident of Triumph Quot i am confident of your ultimate Triumph a he added Quot for the ideals of Justice kindness brotherhood and Faith can not Queen Wilh Al mins broadcasting from the Hague expressed the Hope that Mankind May Quot learn to ree through the eyes of Christ and by so doing overcome All ideas sentiments and conditions that keep men at present so widely apart from each other. A the Quot first need of these times the ruler of Holland declared Quot is that of a Radical renewal in the life of every speech Weller dec Kia de by British officials London mar. 17.�? sunday speech in which he set Forth a list of Ideal necessary for lasting peace brought enthusiastic Comet or today from Semi official British sources who declared they were n agreement with every of Quot we might have put the same statement Forward As part of our own objectives a one source said. French a of a approval of Booska a Ltd a address Paris mar. 16.�?i.th�?French government sources tonight voiced approval of president Roosevelt s assertion that no Pence can he so Cpd if Quot Small nations must live in fear n they said that precisely was a War aim Ai i. Ish French allies. They pointed to yesterday s declaration in the Senate Quot to conduct the War x x x to the Complete Victory that will assure the Liberty of Alt nations Quot White collars banned Siloam Springs a Trch 16�? up a White collars Are banned for the regular services of Ozark Retreat Mission near Here tomorrow. The Rev Bill Potter ordered Quot work clothes Only to offset the excuse of some Steinb is congregation that thew to a Quot no clothes fit to Wear Quot to Church. Trolet indicates Rivers said that there Are some Quot two Hundred and sixty Odd thousand folks in those nine counties who were not consulted by the aforementioned group Many of whom would prefer. This year a candidate by contest rather than More about w forty four con. From Page i col. 6 burned about the face and arms. Fifteen men were carried out on stretchers at one time As thousands of persons Many of them tearful wives crowded around the Entrance of the mine located three Miles South of Here. The mine was termed by officials As the Hanna Coal company s it was one of the most modern in Ohio equipped with the latest air conditioning Safe guards. Fire broke out fire broke out after the blast which presumably was caused by or Coal bust. It was later brought under control. Rescue Crews wearing masks and carrying cages of canaries to test air conditions hoped to break through the Wall of Quot Black Damp Quot before Midnight to where the 4 6 were believed entombed behind a Rock Barrier. All efforts to Contact the trapped men had failed. Ireland in hip boots and work clothes was directing Rescue operations personally. Huge pumps were utilized in an Effort to suck the Quot Black Damp Quot from the pits. Scores of Rescue coolers some of whom had been called Only two months ago to a mine at Bartley in neighbouring West Virginia to remove 91 blast victims were pressed into emergency service Here. A mine car. Speeding madly out of control shut out of the Entrance at noon an unconscious operator at the Drivers Post this was the first indication that a blast had occurred. Steve Olexia the operator was overcome by Quot Black Damp Quot after the explosion wrecked the ventilating system of the mine three Miles South of Here. Ltd it Tats fail mine attaches expressed fear for the safety of the men after unsuccessful attempts were made to reach them Over the Untra mine Telephone system and via air lines. Contact was made with groups of 200 other miners scattered about the huge diggings. They were Safe behind protective barriers. Expert Rescue workers from other mines in this Vicinity were mobilized and immediately began extrication operations under the personal direction of Ireland. A Cleveland resident Ireland was in St. Claysville on business and immediately upon being notified of the explosion entered the mine which employed from 500 to 1,000 men. French seize two portugese boats Lisbon. Portugal. March 17. A sunday up a a ministry of Marine communique today said French gunboats had seized the 4.751-ton portuguese freighter a Sequei and 8,309-ton liner colonial. The statement said the government was awaiting reports from the it oin Manders it of the vessels. It added that the Ca sequel was taken to Casablanca. French Morocco and the colonial to Dakar. Senegal. Shipping circles said the passe Quel was seized at the Entrance to Lisbon bar. Just outside territorial Waters when she was inbound from Antwerp with a full Load of produce. The colonial was in route to Angola. A a a a a a wife May not mention her husband s name among the High caste people of India. Wire tapping probe expected to uncover political spy ring microphones hanging in governor s office tapped attorney generals Telephone lines part of mystery to be i hovered next week Ash ipg ton March to a a projected Pou ression no investigation of wire tapping interested senators hinted today May unfold a sensational Story of political espionage reaching into a half dozen or More states. A proponents predicted that tin Senate audit and control cond Cooper proposes Rule of fair play other developments on gubernatorial front Raleigh mar. 16. A up a mayor Thomas e. Cooper of Wilmington democratic gubernatorial candidate who once suggested in Masse debates a among himself and his fellow aspirants i scribed As an apparent Quot network tonight proposed a Quot Rule of fair of political espionage in several play Quot for the Campaign. A att capitols Quot it is my suggestion Quot he said. Quot the the candidates in the race for governor agree among themselves that one of them will set up an organization in the Home county of any of the other Wake county would Quot naturally Quot have to be an exception he said because Quot everyone should be Able to operate in the capital Quot but the people of North he added Quot Are not going to election anybody from Wake county to the governor s mansion anyhow so that two candidates. J. M. Broughton and a. J. Maxwell Are Raleigh residents. Other developments today on the gubernatorial front included l. Lee gravely of Rocky mount a democratic candidate for governor opened state Headquarters Here and then headed into the Piedmont Section of North Carolina with his state manager. Crayon c. Efird of Albemarle. Gravely will speak in Fairmont tuesday in Southern Pines wednesday and in Smithfield thursday Efird will speak in Rocky j Langley. 8. C., March 16 mount wednesday. \ pm two Langley Bov were Al mrs. Margaret Young of ral de one instantly this afternoon High moved into the gravely head j when their bicycle collided with quarters and will be Active an automobile. Mittee would approve next wednesday a Resolution by sen. Tor Green d., it. I to provide $25,000 for an inquiry by the interstate Commerce commits they said speedy Senate action then would be urged to get thi investigation under Way. Officials to testify it we As disclosed that tentative plans have been made to sunni of numerous state and Federal off dais As Well As officers and employees of some private detects agencies. They would be questions de about we hat some senators Dot states mentioned by commit members As Likely to figure in to inquiry included Rhode Island new York. Colorado Penn Vania Massachusetts and cd for Ilia. Even governor victims the committee has received ports it was Learned of the is repetitious hanging of a Micro pc in a governors office the Tappi of the Telephone lines of a sit attorney general and the use of cording discs to reproduce the conversations of Public officials. Does no to really. If Jtj 8i de e an cd signal the committee also is expected to inquire into the use of listening devices by govern Mei Gancie particularly the Federal Buran of investigation and the alcohol tax unit in obtaining Lead on criminal cases. Hike Auto c k Ash a Alto youths two South Carolina Boyaj die in Highway Accident i throughout the Campaign Efird said. Lieut. Gov. W. P. Horton of j Pittsboro. Democratic gubernatorial candidate announced that mrs. Anna Kitchin Josey of Scotland neck w Ould manage the women s division of his Campaign. He also disclosed that Mel j. Coroner Tom Tarver of Aik county identified the youths a Ralph Timmerman 14, and w Jennings. 9. The Coroner said the boys we to Riding Quot double Quot on the bicycle. The car lashed into a tree a in Oscar Thomson was rushed to it Aiken infirmary. Attaches at Thompson would manage his Cam j infirmary Aid he apparently a pain in Durham county. Fen gtd a crushed Skull. Another Horton will speak in Elizabeth occupant of the car Henry Walsh City tuesday in West Jefferson suffered an Arm injury. Thursday and at the quails school in Jackson county Friday. J. M. Broughton of Raleigh also a demo ratio gubernatorial aspirant announced the appointment of i. Lenoir Gwyn of Waynesville As his Campaign manager for Haywood county. Broughton made Public a letter in which support was pledged to him by the directors of the North Carolina food dealers association. The be ter. Signed by E. Powell of Raleigh a president said Broughton a plan to remove the state sales tax from All food used for Home consumption Quot is entirely in Accord with j the id ens and principles As set Forth by Resolution and unanimously adopted at the convention of the association at we Mington last Lemon juice recipe checks r lieu mat in pain quickly if you suffer from rheumatic arthritis or neuritis pain. Try this simple inexpensive Home recipe that thou ands Are using out a package of Ruex compound today. Mix it with a quart of water add the juice of 4 Lemons. It s easy. No trouble at All and pleasant. You need Only 2 tablespoonful to Ottmers a Day. Often within 41 hours a sometimes overnight a splendid results Are obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave and of you do not feel better. Ruex will Cost you nothing to try As it is sold by your druggist under an absolute Money Back guarantee. 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