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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, High Point, North Carolina W earlier c Loudy occasional Cain tonight and tuesday the Hig i print Enterprise High i1 a int Industry at High Point offers Good Opportunity for year around work vol. no. Vijh Mem huh associate press High Point n. Monday afternoon May 8. 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cent issues sharply defined by new pact Hoey addresses graduates of Trinity school last minute bulletins Al toc r Fly Washington May 8.�?< in a senator Johnson re Alif presented to the Senate foreign relation c Ommittee a declaration by John Hulett Moore former state department official that to Confer a the Power of peace and War on the president a would at once make a an a a a a a a a mrs riot Lea of Ponte Vedra Beach fin., May up a of Quot. Emetic Law won palp of Greensboro a. Former National Champion took in Early Lead today in tilt Tami old qualifying round a of the to Omen Southern Golf championship by negotiating the outward nine holes in Jib one under Par. Pegler St Broen Aeo Talla Hashem ila., May it obit Iii est Brook Pedler was subpoena in by a Florida Senate committee today to five details on Iii charge that a Capone is linked with Florida rating. The committee summon was issued after members read a column i Oglor wrote saying t Quot a he be noon won i return tit Florida to a resume his career Iii Hie Miami i a Der asserted Caf mute s a old chief of staff now is a solidly established in the horse and dog racing Britain Lafluer at Herlin May guarded intimation on Lier w ill Gigue s to mediate Iii Cire Many a dispute with Poland Oyer the Danzig question was greeted derisively today in responsible German Quarter. A High German official declared the British a seem to be awfully naive and declared Hie whole question arose a because great Britain mixed another Munich being created France views Ger Many Italy move As a another Cycle a developments loom in soft Coal strike Commerce Secretary straddles in rail emergency distinguished v visitors present at 100th annual Ioime Keement exercises by w. A. Bivins Clyde r. Hoey governor of North Carolina addressed the 48 i members of the graduating class at Trinity High school this morning at la o clock on the subject of a self knowledge self control and self the occasion was the 100th annual commencement held on the Quot old Trinity Campus at Trinity in Randolph county. It will be recalled that prior to the year when Trinity College received its charter a High school or Normal school for the training of teachers was conducted at Trinity by the late Brantley York and or. Braxton Craven major Bruce Craven a grand i i son of or. Braxton Craven first president of Trinity College in a produced the governor to the audience. In his Brief remarks or. J Craven called attention to the i fact that the present school at j Trinity was a credit to the Community and the conscientious principal and members of the faculty. He presented to the Audi ence c. B. Townsend the oldest i living graduate of Trinity class j of 1872 j. B. Kernodle class of j 1877 and Frank d. Mccloud i principal of the Trinity High j school in introducing the Gover nor or. Craven told of How or. Hoey had through his work As a j newspaper Man lawyer and pub j i Ile citizen made himself i Despen a Sable to the state of North Caro a Lina and attained the governor i ship. Respect for Trinity governor Hoey in the outset of his address told of his great re apart for Trinity and of his pleas lire in driving through the Village i at every Opportunity. He said that s a Hundred years meant much in j the life of an individual a Eom a Unity a state and a nation. A the influence for Good that has gone out from this Community ran never he fully measured a he said a and now in this new Era j when so Many things add to our rom fort and convenience we j should not forget what fathers i and mothers had to undergo the High courage they showed in the midst of difficulties. We should never shirk our responsibilities or shrink from heavy tasks be cont Ruthl on Page two confronted with a rail Fence while following the recent Gold cup steeplechase at Warrenton a Commerce Secretary Hopkins straddled it As pictured above. With the assistance of polish ambassador Jerzy Potocki dark glasses mrs. Jock Whitney and Franklin d. Roosevelt jr., he Over came the obstacle. Norb asks 4 charges be considered in act pm France italian German an attempt to Mil h Cycle and resist it. I it ii circles Beinley. Now and in than the ship. Had my Domain Quot in it Iii Etc pfc Cist demands ire in French Paris May today viewed la pact of Milan in Start a another m braced herself to informed fre sieved Germany to be bound in a i military Alliance rat id informal Axis Gelatic three immediate Aims 1. To have Premie intervene in the polish German dispute Over the free City of Danzig As he did in last septembers crisis in German a. It Icchok slovak relations. 2. To set up a a macedonian free state in Yugoslavia while prot serb minority negotiations break Down the fre. It Tate to he Italy a political a a Reward for in pin fuehrer Hitler. 3. To renew fas on France for a sin North african holdings. French leaders rallied the peo pie to meet a this War of nerves which they said Italy and Ger Many were waging to prevent formation of an effective British French bloc including soviet Russia. A. T. X t. Prexy paid $209,090 Washington May 8. Opyt i Walter Gifford received $209. 330 As president of the american Telephone and Telegraph j company in 1939. Thereby head-1 lug the lift of corporation executives whose compensation was repo led today to the securities com Mission. The Only other executive listed who received More than j $200,000 was Robert. Stanley Board chairman of International Nickel of Canada Ltd. His 1938 remuneration a $204,700. Nineteen corporation officials received Between $100,000 and $200,000, while 65 received be j tween $50,000 and $100,000. William s. Knudsen president of general motors got $193,713, of which $69,24 8 was a common Slock Bonus. Alfred p. Sloan or. Chairman received $16 4,450 Charles f. Kettering vice president was paid a salary of $83,-173 and a Stork Bonus of $50,-154 in common Stock. For 19 37, Knud on received a salary of $140,380 and Mon. Stock Bonus valued by the i company at $166,820, while hot Felting received a salary of $95,-j 120 and a Stork a Onuf of $11�?� 674. List jews Vienna May 8. Up men and women of the nazi welfare organization today started visiting Hon Soh and apartments where jews live to list Tho name of All male jews Over 18. The purpose a said to be that of co scripting them in Case of need for work in labor Camp. Nicaragua will support . A. Somoza asserts Washington May 8-</p general a Astatic Somoza president of Nicaragua pledged the support of the latin american nations today in keeping a american institutions free from foreign interference. Addressing the Senate during a visit to the Capitol to meet legislative leaders Somoza said a with the full realization of the differences in our City i wish denies partisanship toward any i Ilion or prejudice against do or Sham Battle Cesa no i Roma Italy. May j8.�? a Pic Premier Mussolini put Mussolini on a Sham Battle today to show colonel general wait her von Brauchitsch. Chief of staff of the German army a Sample of the italian infantry preparedness. Under the appraising eyes of the German troops of the 82nd division a took two Hill positions in i a 20-minute offensive. Relative car to state that we. The nations smallest in size Are ready. To the limit of our ability to Shim with you. The greatest and most powerful All the efforts and sacrifices involved in the collective task of keening our american in St it it enc to of a to the Wash 11 so tax May 8.�? up a Tho v j in a la Bor Boa d. Dec tug Chang Ward to v is of partisanship to i i d it against Ai u n Ion or prejudice a employer took sex Rcpt Ion t Oday to All proposed amendments to the Wagner Al hut never i he less suggested Furin t net consideration be Given four fundament a1 change. In a a to too word report to the House committee the Hoard Opp Osad suggestions of the a Merican federation of la to and a it v if dozen congressmen for Basic revisions in the Law these pc Poms is ranged from abolition of the three Man Hoard to outlaw log of strikes. The four propositions which the Board said merited a further consideration in Light of facts which May be produced were i. The question of giving employers the e right to petition for ail hectic in to deform be their employ yes bargaining agent. T our from in am any ont int it later i keep to us free reign to o w minutes i similar words of Solidarity House of representatives. Somoza appealed to both i branches of Congress for support of a run pedal construct a canal across Nicaragua Between the Atlantic and the Pacific. Who qual col of i to invalid employ recoil upheld Washington. May 8,�? up a a the United states court of appeals upheld today the right of the securities commission to make limited use of official Hank examination reports on the Bank i of american National Trust and savings association of san Francisco in the commissions pending investigation of Tran Samerica corporation West coast investment holding company. Edward h. Foley nominated general Treasury counsel Washington May 8. Of Edward h. Foley. Jr., of new York was nominated by president Roosevelt today to he general counsel of the Treasury. Foley now acting general counsel would succeed the lat Herman Oliphant. The president also sent to the Senate for confirmation As ensigns the names of the graduating Clas Sot the naval Academy. Fed 3. Cd Power to tween an 4. A Ings on to or ii after the analysing seven railing for decision Ner act or change trat Ive proc Hoard cited s decisions to against the a of labor or i the Board per tent of a out formal i tied in favor a1 definition of for Dele mining e unit is Hest a sent employees. Of the Board Ite contracts Bever and a Union Menf that Hoar trouard complaint Start Days. Instead of five complaint is filed. House Bills n of the wages in admin the labor tics and court my prejudice ran federation yers As a class. 4 2 h i i suggests discrimination against the aggressors intimated that is adjusted w rings were set of the employee land that the supreme court had i upheld the Board in 77.8 Pequot rent of its cases As contrasted j with a 64 per cent average for i Federal and Niinisto Active agencies. A Dot s this unusually successful court record indicate undue Bias against employers a the Hoard asked. Denying also that it had favored the Cio Over the Al the Bourd insisted that cases from tooth unions have been handled identically. The report was somewhat sign con timed on Dirge 2 Lloyd George says officers Are lunatics London May h it up Peppery Bai Iii Lloyd George Britain world War Premier Odd hit House of common today i Hilt Britain a army and general staff should lie a confined to a Lunatic asylums if it members had at i Vised the gov eminent that Britain could successfully defend the Independence or Rumania anti Poland without tilt Aid of soviet Russia. Speaking during a debate on Hie second Reading of tile military conscription Bill of Britain s new commit me tits in Central enrol in Lloyd George shallot it to Wiir minister Leslie Littre Rel Islia to Tell Hie House we inter his general staff Gad a advised the government lie fore they entered into these commit Iii ent that they were Safe that they were redeemable that there was the slightest Chaine of achieving Victory without Russia Aid. A Elf they Ever did a die said a they ought to in removed from the War office Aud Eon tin cd to a Lunatic Asylum. The commit meats Are utterly without the government a confident of easy passage of tin Hill which a Only la Mirite opposition. Lloyd George and most other film ral Are supporting it. Release asked for u. S. Pair american photographer and wife held by Lier Man authorities Berlin May 8�? up a United states Consul general Raymond la heist visited the Gestapo secret police today to request the release of Richard Rosson Aud his wife american citizens held at Graz on charges of making unpriced pictures of military of a a a Compromise is presented by Steelman fuel Scarcity become More acute miners Lla a i fist s10,000,000 in wages Kew Vork May 8.�? apr a possibility of imminent developments in the deadlocked contract negotiations Between bituminous Coal miners and operators was indicated today by or. John r Steelman chief conciliator for the a. S. Labor department. After the morning session at which it a presumed or. Steelman presented a Compromise proposal. The conferees recessed. A there May be an important development during the Day Quot or. J Steelman Aid. He declined to amplify. No indication or. Steelman gave no indication either of the nature of i proposed Compromise to end the work stopping of 460,00a soft Coal min i ers in 26 states. He said merely the fuel Scarcity was becoming More acute and that he would pre anew for immediate settlement. Or. Steelman said miners and operator planned separate meetings during the recess. The conciliator said he had been in telephonic communication with Secretary of labor Perkin who i Here in new York. The four operator and four United mind workers officials have met daily since March 14. I my demands for either a cloned shop or elimination of strike penalty clause led to the conference stalemate it was reported president Roose might Call the negotiator to a peace Parley in the White House unless they sign within a Day or so a contract to replace the one i that expired hut april i. Increasing re Pom of coat whorl Ages and the depressing effect of the shutdown on general business have heightened administration anxiety. Of dry a first shot the president Tor reel role in the co saturday with a to conference urging a ment. A the Public into mount group he is held for double killing Robert Burgunder or. Kno v Illk. Trull., a Pic Sherif loll Jordan of Phoenix. Ariz., said today Robert m. Burgunder or. Had agreed to waive extradition to Arizona to face a charge of slaying two automobile salesmen. Jordan arrived Here Early today by air plane with county attorney Richard Harless to take the 22-year-old College youth in i to rap Burgunder son of a former county attorney at Seattle. Wash., and parolee from Washington state reformatory was accused of fatally shooting Jack Peter the h harks j nature chatted a son. 35, and Ehi m. Koury 25, whose bodies were found in a lonely Wash outside Phoenix last Friday. Some collegian who id a pose sled a latent r the spectacular Quot la Lily with the Arizona i officers at county jail. I a the admits he w. In a a a a i with j Dan j Conn level we Are sure we hav it i right a a a although Burgunder steal Berlin Rome Axis closer after Parley Poland \ news latest moves \ a new Hitler Ite Bluff but the Groci Atco press the decision of Italy and Germany to Hind their Axis relationship into a formal military and political Alliance threw into Sharp Eon Trust today the opposing interests of Home amt Berlin on one Side and Paris and London on the other. Tri Italy the new Accord in cd fascist Hopes for a German polish settlement on the belief that Premier Mussolini would not have entered such an arrangement if he had expected it to involve him in an Eastern Europe conflict. Nazis hailed of As a a mighty bulwark of steel guarding Eli rope to peace Quot hut called Poland s attention to its Impi cations. New import and e the Alliance on the other Side. Brought new importance to the prolonged British Russlan negotiations to add lha soviet Una to the Brit Ash French l be Tot that Italy and Fie Many a made what diplomatic observe in London called a Quot psychology Ai the b ill h government drop Ped a Bint to Poland whose in dependence Britain is pledged to help defend that she Wouch Welcome amicable settlement o the polish Ssue wih German Over the free City of Danzig both prime minister that nor lain and Richard Butler. Und a Secretary for of Siegn affairs in granted that Britain would by wiling to Aid in Oia Blish in some form of International m i Chinery to arbitral the que sch of Germany and Poland ask her to. In Warsaw press reaction the italian German agree no was that it was a a new hit a it Bluff Quot and had not Chang Poland a determination not to i influenced by what on new lid. Son a lit ii w and Koury Jor c lied Quot new in an policy of int it a h a first Ersy in to perdy age i a rest is Para and above that of any he declared. A i caution continued on a a pane 2 continued on Page 2 japs not averse to new Alliance Tokyo War leaders favor conclusion or military agreement chamber gloomy asserts Hopkins Washington. May 8�?up a Secretary Hopkins said today business conditions were sufficiently encouraging to make a unwarranted Quot the a pessimism Quot of the United states chamber of Commerce. The Secretary who has been recovering from an a tack of intestinal influenza declined to discuss tax revision or other specific business proposals because he said he had been out of touch with Washington for ten weeks. Asked at his press conference about the speeches and resolutions of the recent chamber of Commerce meeting Here Hopkins said a they certainly spread a lot of gloom around town. A there was an awful lot of pessimism and i do not belong to that school of thought. I found it pretty Dull Reading and none of this pessimism is warranted by the improvement of i business on a Good Many Tokyo. May 8 japanese news a to that Lieut. Gel Tki i Mist Tini Akio Al id t old i to or up by so is and Domei Aid Toro Kar of w a do voc e Japan delusion with Gem Mil of rec men i Aly. Domei guardedly quoted Gen Saki As saying that if Germany sires a it is not impossible Quot for Japan to conclude att agreement similar to the italian German Accord. Germany and Italy decided yesterday to convert their Axis relationship into a formal military and political Alliance general Koiso was quoted As saying he believed negotiations were under Way for such a pact but a whether such negotiations materialize depends on whether Italy and Germany fully understand Japan position in East Asia As Well As theirs in Germany Italy and Japan were understood St i to be trying to find a formula on which to base a pact. Differences were said to exist within the japanese government. A five in i ii later conference met yesterday and again today reportedly to discuss German proposals. Washington. May 8.�? up a James t. Shotwell Columbia University professor of International Law today urged adoption of a i neutrality policy that would permit the United state to discriminate against an aggressor nation in time of War. Shotwell told the Senate foreign relations committee that he i was a in sympathy with the Neu i trility Bill proposed by senator j Thomas a Utah which would j allow the president to designate a treaty violator and recommend i to Congress restrictions upon its i Trade with this country. Criticizing neutrality Law provisions which apply equally to All warring nations As surrendering Quot our Neutral rights a the witness said that by providing special treatment for treaty breaking aggressors a we w Ould to some extent recover our Freedom of action c�j�-1 without at the same time misleading militaristic governments into the delusion that we had ceased to care for our whatever neutrality action is taken Shotwell emphasized should he finished before a it arises. He urged the commute avoid extreme policies either Treme isolationism which he t the present Law represents or Ter nationalism. Which he indict would result from discarding exaid in Ted All six fatalities in week end crashes a upon such legislation and Relyin International Law. The congressional argument Over neutrality legislation appeared today to be narrowing to a Choice Between the present Law. Plus renewal of the a Cash and carry Quot system and the plan proposed by senator Pittman a Nev. This leave one principal question to be settled shall the United states refuse to sell arms and am George munition to warring nations or shall it agree to make such sales for Cash the present Law places an embargo on munitions whenever the president finds a state of War exist somewhere in the world. The a Cash and carry Section which expired a week ago. Permitted the Sale of certain other am Leaa i out timed on ii Charlotte. May 8�? up a Highway accidents claimed at i least six lives in North Carolina during the week end. Four persons Weir burned to death at Fayetteville when a gasoline transport truck and an j a. C. L. Freight train collided j it a crossing. The victims were a. F. Buchanan of Rocky mount j the Engineer Early Powell of j Rocky mount the fireman Hen i by d. Fowler jr., of Rocky mount the brakeman and a Barbee of Fayette Geist expressed tilt opinion thai the arrests must have been due to a misunderstanding. Ile produced a Telegram from los Angeles Calif signed by Winfield Sheehan explaining exactly what work had been assigned to the Possons and adding that specific permission had been granted by hic propaganda ministry which i has jurisdiction Over photographic activity and the War ministry whose approval must be obtained for filming military objects. Should the Possons be released immediately heist assured the Gestapo and there still were necessity for investigating their Case. I they undoubtedly would remain in Berlin at the United states consulate at the Call of the Gestapo until the matter was fully cleared up. Urges Church recognize right of organization Ville the truck Templeton. 30. Of near i wont consider High Point was killed w Hen i London May 8.�? up a Rich ear overturned. Ani Butler foreign affairs under Mckinley Jeffries 35, a neg Secretary announced today that to was killed and another Ray Britain would not consider remind Branch the Driver was i Sio ration of diplomatic relations seriously injured when their a with Mexico until the mexican to Mobile and a Seaboard Trarlu government reconsiders its a Patti collided it a Dossing five Miles Tud towards British Oil proper North of by in tics which they Kansas City May 8.�? up a i Bishop Edwin Ildr. Ernest Bremond Tittle of Washington declare Evanston ii urged the newly would not abandon United methodist Church today Temperance because to recognize the Light of its a we serve notice employees to organize and to set political parties up a pension fund for All of its mantis of its a workers Quot let the Church go so far As to take the initiative to lift up the standards of employer employees to he pointed out in an address before the uniting conference that the Church employs not Only pastors but janitors and a wide Range of workers in its several publishing plants. He also advocated a pension system for All of these employees. A the Church As an investor also must give attention to the charade of its investments a or. Tittle said. A the Church can not afford to have investments in such anti Christ properties As slums and breweries or in in dairies in which labor is being notoriously Hughes of the Church Tho cause of of repeal. A on the major that god de holy crusade against liquor he said. Tho conference lad night heard business sessions daily to cont Pletsc its work for adjournment wednesday night. Accumulated committee reports yet to lie acted on include qualifications for the ministry National Board for missions Board of hospitals National Treasury and a proposed social Creed. A go to the conference of 900 delegates for debate. The proposed Creed asks exemption from military service of a fall conscientious objectors w to May be member of the methodist Church a it recognizes the need for an Ai my and Navy for Quot police purposes but holds that a icon scent Ous objectors to War xxx arc a a ural outgrowth of the xxx Christian desire for the Toufeic Nice last nigh heard Universal peace. Freni la interpret it 1<>\ the a the i rend Interr Tattoo. The pact would let Duce intervene in the polish German dispute is he did la september Between Germany an Uzat to slovaks a a Reward. A macedonian free state Quot in it Gosla via would become la y opo1 it ice Domain and Fasco would renew their clamor pc French possessions. The new italian German Agre ment was announced yester after two Days of conference Between get Man foreign minis Ter Joachim von re Bontrop an italian foreign minister Cour Galeazzo piano. The Accord t be called the pact of Milan St was to he draped in detail. In the italian View it Demon to rated that the Rome Berun a was indissoluble. Reaction in Germany indicate that the Milan under stand in was not ated at the old net Bugaboo. Communism but a Britain and France primarily. A authoritative commentary Calic it a a crushing blow against the aggressive encirclement policy led by Britain and Fiance against the Axis. The British russian conv Tiona meanwhile were approx continued on Page a Burgaw Slayer is identified negro names i Lomas Bowden As killer of night watchman Wilmington. May s up it Larry e. Kales superintendent of Ute City county identification Reau hero it Aid today Arthel Walker 57. Negro of Burgaw hat named Thomas Bowden. 40-yeat i Slayer of Sam Brothers 53, nig policeman of Burgaw saturday morning at 2 o clock. Walker Kales said admitted Jug a passenger in the car Troia which the fatal blast was fired an a i car was the Man who fired the fatal Shotgun blast into the to of the policeman after calling hit from the Post office to the pm u Here the car stood both Walker and Bowden air being held in new Hanover count jail pending the outcome of Coroner n inquest to he held both tint this week Clifton Moore Burgaw attorn w to has been retained As i rival prosecutor said tracks from Bot Denis car had been trailed fro the scene of the slaying to i Home and that a there is some Otlet evidence in the process of lab oratory tests which connects by Den with the previously District solicitor i old Sinclair said Bowden i threatened to kill Brothers Sev it times during the past two weel after the latter had been intr j mental in securing a liquor Chai indictment against Bowden. Man wore held yesterday at Liq raw. He is i Vived by his with Aud twelve children

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