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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina thursday May l 1030 weather in a ii weather today noon. 6 it Low last night. 38 High yesterday. 60 ,. North Carolina a fair tonight and Friday slowly rising temperatures. Winds Hatteras to Jacksonville a Light to moderate northerly winds and Lair weather tonight and Friday. Sandy Hook to Hatteras moderate to fresh Northwest backing to West and Southwest winds and Lair weather tonight and Friday. Charlotte. May 4.�?< a official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station h l rift Asheville. 60 34 00 Atlanta. 68 48 ,88 Augusta. 68 44 Birmingham. 78 48 -88 Charleston. 68 a a a Charlotte. 64 a a a a Chicago. 64 88 �?~2 Columbia. A <2 .00 Denver. 74 48 22 Detroit. 58 44 2, Evansville. 84 48 -j8 Galveston. 74 j a has Sboros 2 Jacksonville. 88 Jjo a s s 2 a a a awl. M a a a a Mempel. A a a 2 Miami a a in mils St. I s a Mobile. 74 a a a it. Mitchell. 48 Jujj new Orleans. 88 a new York. It a 48 88 Raleigh. Ill 22 san Antonio. 88 Ujj san Francisco. 84 Spartanburg a a a a a w to Tampa. A on Washington. 88 4 a Wilmington a 84 48 apply Volt Washington May 4.�? aha the civil service commission announced today applications for postmaster ships had been received As follows Greensboro n. C. A Joseph Tracy Moore and John h. Cowles. Colombo Ceylon has a new problem in landlords who insist that anyone inspecting houses for rent is liable for one months rent even though he makes no Promise to occupy. W iat causes epilepsy is there a Curet a Booklet containing the opinion of famous doctors on this interesting aug jct Wei be sent free while they fast. To any Reader writing to the educational division. 535 fifth Avenue new York. N. Y., dept. M-418 enter Broadhurst Paramount ifs got everything Dick Powell Anita Louise Louis Armstrong Maxine Sullivan a going places Chamberlain urges conscription Okay con. From Page i right of Way across Pom Orze the polish corridor a a i it c Apa hike government sources although expecting a conciliatory said that despite British obligation to nid Poland resist any threat to her Independence. Beck was considered a quite capable a of handling the dispute with Germany. New parliamentary criticism of prime minister Chamberlain for delay in British russian Security negotiations to supplement tin British pledge to Poland was foreseen. Some members of parliament favouring a close British French Alliance with Russia expressed fears that Moscow might turn her Back completely on the Western pow ers now that the Broad collective Security proposals have been virtually rejected. The possibility instead that she might seek friendlier relations with Germany also was considered seriously. In russian circles in London the effect or Litvinoff a removal on present Security negotiations was minimized. Nevertheless most persons expected the change to bring at least a temporary setback to the British French diplomatic Campaign. Although there was no official comment informed sources Here believed Litvinoff a replacement by Vya Chesloff Zolotoff was closely linked with negotiations with Britain and France. Wait indication some indication from Moscow on these vital Points was anxiously awaited by the British foreign office 1. Whether the replacement of Litvinoff marked a change of soviet foreign policy which thus far has favored some sort of an Alliance with Britain and France. Before word of Litvinoff a resignation reached London yesterday the British Cabinet rejected russian proposals for a triple military Alliance of Britain. France and Russia with guarantees of the Independence of numerous smaller european countries along the Baltic and Black seas. It was reliably reported the Cabinet decided merely to urge Russia to a a reinsured commitment to Poland and Rumania. 2. Whether talks which Litvinoff was said to have agreed to a talks with French foreign minister George Bennet and British foreign Secretary Viscount Halifax a Geneva May 15�?would still take place. With Zolotoff representing Moscow. To break aka Ilia h k Halifax was said to have suggested the Geneva meeting to break the deadlock Between Britain and France on one hand the soviet Union. S. W Hether the new commissar will Speed up negotiations. Some unconfirmed report in London said the slowness of the negotiations had been one of the cause for Litvinoff resignation. Some observers saw the russian move As foreshadowing a breakup in the talk with Russia. Diplomatic quarters thought it significant Litvinoff a resignation followed the deadlock in negotiations. Some sources close to the government. However consoled themselves with the belief that Russia a willing in principle to Coop Tate and that the change in soviet commissar would not affect the situation seriously unless accompanied by an important change in foreign policy. The news from Moscow almost overshadowed prime minister c Ham Berlaine a offer to Exchange non aggression assurances with Germany and Eric Hsuehi or hitlers offer to negotiate Mutual non aggression guarantees with Baltic and scandinavian slates. C Ham Berlaine a conscript Ion measure which would permit the government in each year of a Ihrcke year period to Call up per haps 200. Too britons in their 21st year for compulsory military service was expected to occupy the House of commons today. Interest in the measure was heightened by labor opposition end anti conscription demonstrations scheduled for the hour the House assembled. Rich maharajah builds u. S. Fortress for his daughter Princess usha Germany has banned night shifts for building construction workers because a working in the dark reduces thu a son of Frankenstein was a Sissy compared to this Kulek of the Hills sir Arthur Cohan Dovie s v a a a a Scek a a h by Bill pouted Nea service staff correspondent Santa Ana. Calif., May 4. A to protect one of tits most precious possessions his 5-year-old daughter one of the worlds wealthiest men the maharajah of Indore. India is building a $50,000 a a fortress Home Here. Thick Walls Iron grilled windows double doors burglar alarms and a High surrounding barricade strengthen the building Iii which the prices usha can live and play away from danger of War in Europe or the Orient Safe also from the threat of kidnapping in America. The House will also be a a honeymoon castles for the former Marguerite Lawler new american Bride of sir Yeshwant rho Holkar the maharajah. Hoth att a a til k and useful the building is far from unattractive. Grills covering the windows Are ornamental As Well As useful. And the exterior of the Structure has been finished in Ultra modern streamlining. Most of the second floor is occupied by a Glass enclosed deck which will serve As a play room for the Princess. Here As Well As throughout the House the floors Are covered with Sheet rubber. At the rear of the a Castle a the maharajah has made a Concession to Hollywood atmosphere. He has installed a magnificent swimming Pool. It was not until last March 28 that the world knew that the maharajah also had a new wife in mind when he planned this Home. It was then that he announced his marriage to miss Lawler. Originally the opinion had been that the sole purpose had been to construct a place of Refuge for the Princess because her father feared an outbreak of War in Europe possibly in the Orient. New Maharani was in be the maharajah met his Bride when in the United states in 1937, accompanied by the late Maharani and his daughter. The Royal Trio was confined to Good Samaritan Hospital los Angeles with severe Maxim Litvinoff quits High Post with Russia cd it a a. From Page i Plo Macy. Only yesterday authoritative sources in London had said Litvinoff would meet the foreign ministers of Britain and France at Geneva May to to break the deadlock in negotiation for a triple Alliance. Previously the Britten Cabinet was reported to have rejected the latest soviet proposals for British French russian guarantees against aggression for All nations to the Baltic and Black sea areas a Broad plan follow no Litvinoff a collective Security ideas. Instead the British Cabinet a reported to have proposed that Russia a a reinsured the British French commitments to Poland and Rumania. I pol so political Circle were reported from Warsaw to believe Litvinoff replacement came As a result of a div Ygerne of views in High soviet circles Over Litvinoff ideas based on the league of nations principle. The quarters said Zolotoff Litvinoff successor leaned to the principle of bilateral Security agreements such a France an i Britain have put into effect with Poland and Rumania and which they Are now asking Russia to reinforce with a parallel declaration. The fact that Litvinoff for year had been one of the chief target of nazi attacks on what the German propaganda minister. Paul Joseph Goebbels and his colleagues have described As a jewish bolshevism was no proof that relations with Germany must now become friendlier. Those looking for signs of filch development emphasized however that Litvinoff disappearance from office was not Likely to cause displeasure in Berlin. Some observer have seen sign of such a in a re cent speech in which Stalin declared capitalistic Powers of Western Europe sought to involve Germany in an unnecessary wat with the soviet and in the fad that Adolf Hitler in his Reich Stag speech of april 28 failed to make his usual Strong attack on Russia other observers stressed that in recent years the Kremlin has been taking Over More and More the direction of foreign policy a trend which would Lead naturally to the elimination of such a string personality a Litvinoff. Hrs France Renews pledge to poles Paris May 4.�? apr France renewed her pledge of support to Poland on the eve of polish foreign minister Joseph Becky a reply to Adolf hitlers demand.? for Danzig and a route through the polish corridor. Foreign minister Georges Bonnet assured polish ambassador lilies Lukasiewicz that France stood firmly by it.? Alliance with Poland and i maintained All recent promises to Aid Poland if i r Independence were threatened. The polish ambassador had called at the foreign office to inquire about French press reports indicating a weakening of the French stand regarding Poland. Herr is the streamlined a a fortress at Santa Ana. Calif., which the maharajah of Indore right is budding foe Ute Princess usha Center and his new Bride the former Marguerite Lawler left. Colds. Miss Lawler former Railroad hostess and divorced wife of a Minneapolis minn., jewelry dealer was the nurse who mired for them. When the Royal family left the Hospital they took miss Lawler with them on a tour of America. Then Back to Indore. The Maharani died later that year. The state of Indore India cover an area of 9902 Square mile. It has a population of 1,325,000. Yeshwant Rao Holkar has been the Leader in Indore since the abdication of his father Tuk Oji Rao Holkar in 1926, after Public agitation Over his alleged attempt to Kidnap his favorite dancing girl Muntaz Begum. The sex maharajah later married an american girl himself the former Nancy Ann Miller of Seattle Wash. Easy to see this Good looking club has fair Chance coach a Home run Downs is the cynosure of All eyes As the Oceanside calif., High school girls baseball squad has its picture taken. The 1939 edition promises to uphold the tradition of the institution which annually turns out one of the strongest feminine teams in Southern California. Or. Wallace with Tongue in Cheek lobby reports flow in on final Day for filing fees with Secretary Eure a mtg of a Thi hound Aas mics Greene Rathbone Barrie 3 big Days bit n g sunday Broadhurst uror Vretz use sirs j Palace theatre Salem Street comfortable enjoyable Thomasville coming tomorrow a torchy Blane in Chinatown with Glen do Farrell and Barton Maclane amp admission last times today a Back door to heaven with Wallace Kord and Patricia Ellis adults 15c 2 for 25c so children. Of i 4i.jif.jca Viil la a ill ,t�?.r- .ra,,�? a. Negotiations break Down in new York Coil from Page i soc a ing recognition of the Union As sole collective bargaining agent and a Check off system under which due would be collected from non Union a Well As Union workers the unique checkoff proposal was a Compromise which tile operator said would give the him Vav the Protection against rival unions sought by Lewis the Cio chief had demanded either a closed shop or the elimination of strike penalty clause. Spokesmen for the miners conferred with counsel Over the legality of the checkoff proposal which some critics said would violate the National labor relations act by forcing non member workers to contribute to a Union not of their choosing. A joint conference Between miners and operators recessed or night with the Issue still unset led. A Popper hop Hoehne. Colo exp a farm people of this Southern Colorado Region fearing a plague of grass loppers plan a Benefit dance saturday to help finance a Poison Campaign against the insects. It la be tha a a Honner hoi a a a a Tongue l. T. . Secretary from stand in front of expositions Federal building Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace her. International Good will address of president which opened new York worlds fair. Spanish Abt to be shown masterpiece of Spanish Art which escaped the ravages of the civil War Are to be exhibited slowly but surely arrangement Are being made for the Long expected Enterprise. The financing a been done by an International committee of Art Lover Iii America. France Britain Netherlands Belgium and Switzerland. And at present another committee with executive Powers is being organised. It will first make a list of the Art treasures now in the palate of the league of nations and then after league and Spanish authorities Wili make arrangements for exhibitions in Geneva Bari London Sinh Raleigh May 4. A a a lobby report covering services rendered during the 1939 legislature poured in today last Day for filing them with thud kure Secretary of state. I. M. Bailey of the Raleigh Legal firm of Bailey and Lassiter reported he received $1,000 from tile i sundry owners association of the Carolinas Georgia and Florida Aud $750 from investors Syndicate with no extra compensation from Atlantic greyhound bus lines. He listed spending $4.82 Iii his work for the laundry men and $19.10 in connection with investor Syndicate work. The theatre owner association of North Carolina listed pay Rifg $1,283.57 a expenses of Harry e. Buchanan and the North Carolina fair tax association reported paying $ 150.6b expenses of j. Paul Leonard. The Washington Mills of Forsyth county showed $9.25 paid Joe l. Carlton. The North Carolina finishing company and Milton Erlanger listed $1 43.80 and $1s.03 paid Vav. Ii. Woodson of Salisbury and then c. Board of photographic examiners and Hie n. C. Photographers association reported $150 paid Norman Shepard. The City of Lexington listed $150 expenses of mayor j. B. Craven and then c. Building and loan league said it paid $41.35 expenses of Craven. The Southern Bell Telephone Aud Telegraph company listed $166.92 paid the Institute of government for legislative reports and the brotherhood of locomotive engineers legislative committee reported $150 expenses of a. M. Thomas. Former representative s. M. Blount of Washington reported he received $500 from the North Carolina produce dealers association of Raleigh $1,300 from w. Vej Griffin of Durham. $698.50 from e. H. Barringer of Greensboro account Beer and wine distributors $160 from Pierce Rucker of Greensboro. J. M. Broughton Raleigh lawyer reported $500 was Given him by Paul b. Cooper chairman of the organization of Raleigh City employees and the North Carolina has pita association listed payment of the same amount to hic Law finn of Broughton and Yarborough Here. C. B. Seawall was paid $136 by the Southern wholesale confectioners association of Atlanta and $1,500 was paid f. Harold Grimm by the vending machine company of Fayetteville. Former lieutenant governor a. H. Graham reported $247.50 expenses in behalf of the North Carolina wholesaler association. Wool men of Australia propose to charter an air plane name it the Golden fleece and have it Fly newest fashions in Woolen fabrics from Paris to Melbourne every Spring. Strong speech by Beck would set off spark con. From Page i into the free City and from Germany proper into the corridor. It was contended that nobody realized this More than sir Nevile Henderson British ambassador to Berlin. He a reported reliably to be doing everything possible to convince his government it must put the brakes on the polish foreign minister. Sir Nevile was a prime Factor in persuading prime minister Chamberlain to accept the shrinking of Czechoslovakia last september. His position in the new problem was considered by diplomats to have been strengthened overnight by Litvinoff retirement. Litvinoff it was believed Here was the Man upon whom Britain depended for including Russia in the Anglo French front in we hat germans Call the a a encirclement policy. Sir Nevile on the other hand. It was Felt in diplomatic quarters throughout has favored an understanding with Germany. It also was believed Here that Premier Mussolini was pressing the poles to be Oreasonable.�?� Uhing influence but at the same time there were signs that he was using his influence equally in the direction of urging Hitler not to do anything that might Lead to a world conflict. There was no indication Here. However that the Romo Berlin Axis was undergoing a Strain. German official remained tight lipped regarding the terms of Hitler s offer of non aggression pacts to scandinavian and Baltic states. With six non aggression treaties offered by Adolf Hitler to scandinavian and Baltic countries As a wedge aimed at breaking a a encirclement in that direction von Ribbentrop and count Ciano were expected to examine Hie rest of the French British a imaginary the proposals to Sweden. Norway Denmark. Finland Estonia and Latvia for non aggression treaties were seen Here a a Swift move to forestall their possible inclusion in the bloc receiving British French guarantees and to isolate and cripple Poland in her diplomatic relations because she rejected hitlers offer to Settle the Danzig Aud Pom Orze polish corridor question. Agitation in some polish circles and newspapers for a a polish protectorate Over Danzig and for cession of Germany s East Prussia to Poland was Foremost in the thoughts of nazis As they considered the polish question. Hitlers Voel Kischer Beo Zachter headlined its Story from Warsaw a polish greediness for German importance with which the question was regarded was seen in a statement of a foreign office official that a if Beck polish foreign minister Joseph Beck comes out in his speech to the Sejm parliament Friday in favor of a Danzig protectorate. Germany will consider it a causes Belli cause of War a polish circles generally have expressed doubt Beck would go so far As to voile such demand which have been made Iii the opposition press of Warsaw in general German newspapers expressed Surprise Over the sudden resignation of Litvinoff and said it was due to a the failure of his fear of a War in Europe caused Dan fish lock aged 21, to commit suicide in a motion picture theatre in Ilford England. A bus tire in London a run 150,000 mile without Retina to ing. Leahy urges Quick action con. From Page to Sec a part of the Rome Berlin Tokyo Axis Germany a further domination of Central my Southeastern Europe. A further economic and cultural penetration of latin America Italy a increased italian activity particularly in the cultural commercial and armament Fields in South and Central America. A further activity of the Rome Berlin Tokyo Axis. A rapid increase in the capital ship strength of the italian Navy in 1939-41. A i a pan Quot probability of More binding pact Between Germany Japan and Italy including military Leahy also suggested watching the reorientation of French policies As a result of the Munich agreement and increases fortification of French bases in Africa together with possible change in policies pertaining to mandated colonies. Outline the Admiral told the committee that Italy had 70 naval vessels including four 35,000-ton battleships either under construction or appropriated for that Japan has 4 0 warships. Including three battleships from 42,000 to 46,Ojo tons under Way or appropriated for and that Germany has an extensive new naval construction program in Progress. This involved 146 ships. Leahy said including three 35,000-ton battleships. He testified italian air a of still Are being extensively developed at Home and in Sicily. Sardinia the dodecanese islands Libya and East Africa. Germany has re fortified the Island of Heligoland he said a an advanced base in the North sea a fall the moves resulting in the greatly enhanced position of Germany As a world Power a he said a appear to be part of a Long Range program to Render Germany economically Independent and militarily dominant in Leahy said the United stat Fleet would he increased during this year by one aircraft Carrier one Light Cruiser seven destroyer and two submarine requiring an increase of 5,500 naval enlisted men and 1,000 More marines. Quot Honey finding Quot machine to act Asheville. May 4.up�? solicitor Robert m. Welle said today a a Money finding machine would be taken to the Home of William d. Ledford. Madison county Farmer who a slain by robber in an Effort to locate funds possibly overlooked by the Slayer. Well said the owners of the machine which i made up of intricate electrical gadgets and sensitive Galvanometer and Electroscope had made arrangement to go to the Ledford farm tomorrow. The machine is in Knoxville tenn., he said. Several Large sums of Money were found after the slaying Welles said and relatives has expressed the belief other funds might be found. Non Union Ano Union men clash at s. C. Spa project Greenville. S. A. May 4 a to a non Union workers and pickets fought at a v a project id v As a strike of some reliefs workers it aused suspension of of Erst ions on several work Prog ret administration undertake hips in Greenville county two picket suffered bruises and face cuts in the fisticuffs they and two non striker wit whom they fought were Artesia by sheriff s deputies. Kerb s Bill Opp Hokd Washington May 4.�? ,4v the Senate agriculture committee apr roved today a Bill by representative Kerr do to prohibit shipment of tobacco seed to foreign countries. The measure. Designed to restrict the production of american Type tobacco abroad has been parsed by the House. Erection of temporary Woodea structures by the government i a the earthquake District of Cral is improving Lon Vitious there. Northern Ireland i Conal dash ing a plan of providing Penang of $5 at 65 year of age and of $8.75 for Man and wife on a contributory basis. Abbott Proctor to Paine members new York Stock Exchange now York Cotton Exchange new York curb Exchange Chicago Board of Trade and other exchanges 304 South main Street Telephone 3461 Otis d. Phillips manager Bichard f. Lawrence asst. 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