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gateway TO CENTRAL CAROLINA YEAR SENATE AGAIN VOTES DOWN TAX ON RATON japan drawn into AFRICAN MUDDLE AS WAR MOVES PUSHED Italy Goes Ahead With Pre parations and Ethiopia Flans for Defensive Sacrifices JAPAN AND ITALY MAKE ACCUSATION Each Accuses Press of Other Nation of Being Hostile; Rome Views Situation With Increasing Serious ness Following Salassie’s Fiery Speech Thursday Addis Ababa. July *2O. —(AP) — The Italian minister, Count Vinci, 7.ithdut waiting for written in structions. today protested -vig orously to the foreign office a gainst the ‘ bitter tone of the at tacks cn Italy contained in Em peror Haile speech be. fore parliament Thursday. (By the Associated Press.) Japan was drawn fnto the Italo- Ethiopian situation today' as Italy went ahead with warlike preparations ir.d Emperor Haile Selassie at Addis Ababa declared that his empire would defend its territory to the last man. At Tckvo. the counsellor for the Italian Embassy visited the foreign office to complain that “the Japan ese press was hostile to Italy.’* Egi Amau. chief of the foreign of fice publicity bureau, replied with a jir.:.'a: accusation against the Italian redpapers. At Rome it was indicated the for on 'Png*** -PniirV NASH OPENS FOURTH BOOZE SHOP MONDAY P.ccky Mount, July 20 (AP) —With the opening in Nashville today of a legal liquor store and the announce ment that Rocky Mount’s second store will be opened on Monday, the w ber of stores in Nash county will to tal four. Unable To Relate Three Suspects to Greenville Cases Raleigh, July 20 (AF)—Efforts to connect three men arrested here on **“ automobile theft charge with the attempted robbery of two stores and the shooting of Policeman John Mob *ey if* Greenville early Thursday, had m «t with no success this afternoon *’hen a witness failed to identify any of the men os those sought by Pitt county officers. Chief of Police G. A. Clark, of Greenville, and a Wilson county fill tr*g station operator, whose name was not learned by Raleigh police, oame here to see if any one of the ty-'ee men could be identified by the filling station man as being in a su spicious car which was filled with gasoline a t his station. Raleigh police continued to hold the J d. Chappell ?jnd Roy Chap- £ el] , brothers, of Raleigh, and W. C. Beaman, 27 of Wilmington on a charge c * scaling an automobile. Riotings In Paris Still Continuing ♦ Demon strations Against Pay Cuts Allowed as Safety Valve for Radicals _ P^ rie ' J uly 20.—(AP)—Heavy police reinforcements were pressed into ser ‘C(l today in the government’s effort e & -5 <,Inot * IPr recurrence of work. riotous demonstrations of pro '>st gainst. Premier Laval’s wide pread economy pay cuts. ra i USan< * S war veterans and /o road and government employees, jammed the Place de L’Opera with Ties, of ’ Hang Laval,’’ and chants of ■“ P Internationale, continued; their p mc>nstratinns and fighting through — - (Uintinued ea Page Four) Hrttfrrrsmt D atht Dtsrmtrh LEASED WIRB SERVICE OW THE ASSOCIATE PRias! Upholds TVA After series of reversals in court on Constitutional grounds, “New Dealwon a victory when Judge Nathan P. Bryan (above), sitting in U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, at New Orleans, upheld legality of Tennessee Valley Authority ' act and government’s right to sell elec tric power in competition with pri vate utilities. Two other justices concurred in Bryan’s decision. (Central Press)' mmm io~ GEI FULL INCREASE 20 Percent Raise With Re tention of Increments Being Arranged STIR ALL FOR NAUGHT State Official Says Iv Critics Had Been More Patient, School Com mission Could Have Achiev ed Same Ends Dally Dlspnteli Bnrea*, In the Sir Wnlter Hotel. BY J. C. lASKERVILL Raleigh, July 20—Every teacher who taught in the North Carolina pub lic school system last year positively will get a 20 per cent increase in his or her salary this coming school year and also any increases that may be due to either increased experience or better certification, it was learned here today from a high State official who is in a position to know what he is talking about. He declined to be quoted directly at this time, but indi cated that plans are now in process of development which will make it pos sible for the State School Commission to grant a minimum salary increase of 20 per cent to every teacher em ployed this year who also taught in the schools last year. It was indicat ed. however, that new teachers who are employed for the first time thi* year cannot expect to receive as much as teachers who were employed in the schools last year and in previ (rnnbnnfw! m> PftSTP FftilTl Wet Counties Competing For Dry County Business In the Sir Walter Hotel. Dally Dispatch Bureau, BY J. C. BASKERVILL. Raleigh, July permit ted to open county liquor stores are losing no time in making a bid for business from surrounding tdry counties and are evidencing keen com petition for this business. As a re sult, the distance which residents of “drv” counties now have to go to get legal liquor legally—they can still get t with the greatest of each from local bootleggers is being reduced Nash county made an °P en Wake Franklin and Johnston Lounte teade when It opened another countv liquor store Thursday m Mid dlesex. in the southwestern corner of the county, within only a few miles of ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIR^ND SSS Plains Under Consideration for Continuance Despite Possible Upsets In Courts HANCOCK CONFERS WITH WHITE HOUSE Separate Bill To Cover To bacco Regulation Believed Being Planned; George Amendment to AAA Law May Permit Suits to Re cover Processing Tax Washington, Julyq 20.—(AP) —Con- tinuance of a control program for to bacco. despite the future of the farm administration, was under considera. tion today. Probability that the AAA may be ruled unconstitutional, bringing down with it the tobacco program, was re ceiving administration attention. In some quarters it was believed the stage was being set for a separ ate bill for tobacco. The fact that the future of the to bacco control program, which has boosted the price of that commodity to a level where procedure are enjoy ing better pricse than in any recent year, is under consideration, became known yesterday. Representative Hancock, Democrat, North Carolina, discussed eventual ities with President Roosevelt. He was silent about the meeting but ad mitted he and the President exchang ed ideas on the tobacco program, de spite the AAA. The North Carolina -representative is of the opinion it would be disas. (lPnTiHnn»H on PfligP Fuflf) i Gaston Deputy Is Under SI,OOO Bail In Woman’s Death Gastonia, July 20 (AP)—A cor oner’s jury here today ordered Deputy Sheriff Bill Goff under bond of SI,OOO in connection with the death of Mrs. Carlyle Clinton, Gastonia woman, who was instant ly killed on Highway 16 last Sun day night when struck by a car driven by Goff. Mrs. Clinton sustained a broken leg and other injuries in the same accident, and is in a local hospital. Six young Gastonia men testified that they were with Goff and his companion, Jim Lindsay at a drinking party in Bessemer City four hours before the tragedy. Three Hurt When Plane Falls Near Wilson on Friday Wilson, July 20.—(AP)—Three men lay swathed in bandages today as the result of the crash of an airplane near here yesterday from a low altitude. The injured were Carter Williams, of Rocky Mount, the pilot; J. J. Wal lace, a farmer of near Langley’s Cross Roads, and his nephew, Frank Weav er. Witnesses said the plane, was al most skimming the ground when it nose-dived in a cotton patch. Williams, who appeared to be the most seriously hurt, was taken to a Rocky Mount hospital. the Franklin, Wake and Johnston county lines. Before this store was opened ,the nearest liquor stores to these “dry” counties were in Rocky Mount and Wilson. The Wilson coun ty liquor store was getting almost all of the Raleigh, Wake and Johnston county trade. But this new Nash county store in Middlesex is only 29 miles from Raleigh as compared with the 42 miles it was necessary for Ra leigh people to drive to get to the Wilson county store. The Wilson county store is still nearer to Golds boro and Wayne county than the Middlesex store. Reports are, however, that the Le noir county A. B. C. board intends (Continued on Page Six) HENDERSON, N. C. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 20, 1935 NATE COMMITTEE EXAMINES BURNED ‘LOBBY’ WIRES SE „ Black Minton Gibson Schwellenbaeh Members of the senate committee which is investi gating lobbying are shown, in Washington, examin ing some of the charred fragments of allegedly bogus telegrams sent to congressmen in a deter mined effort to defeat the “death clause” in the Railroads Asking To Keep Low Rate Washington, July 20 (AP) —Rail- roads serving Alabama, North Carolina, Georgia and Nebraska today asked the Interstate Com merce Commission for permission to continue for six months after September 30 of this year their ex perimental reductions in passeng er fares, by which they hope to recapture traffic lost to motor transport. Ex-King Os " Greece May Get Throne George Has His Plane Ready At London To Fly Him Back to Athens London, July 20 (AP) —Former King George of Greece has ordered an air liner to stand by at Croydon air field to fly him to Athens, it was learned today when Captain William Ledle. the pilot, confirmed that he was awaiting instructions. The pilot, who was making a flight to Deauville and return this afternoon said that he had expected instructions for the Athens flight tomorrow. It was reported that the former king was awaiting the arrival of the mayor (Continued on Page Three). NEXTCAMPAIGNTO^ Prejudices Aroused by Issu es Will Probably Last For Long Time By LESLIE EICHEL Central Press Staff Writer New York, July 20.—The next presi dential campaign bids fair to be scur rilous. So many persons are likely to be called communistic that the term will lose force- But there is something that will not lose force —the prejudice aroused by the issues. Every possible endeavor will he (Continued on Page Six! vtiiniL FOR NORTH CAROLINA. Generally fair tonight and Sun day, except probable local thun dershowers Sunday afternoon in extreme west portion. utility holding company bill. They are, left ta right, Senator Hugo Black, chairman, of Alabama; Senator Sherman Minton, of Indiana; Senator Ernest Gibson of Vermont (standing), and Sena tor Louis Schwellenbaeh of Washington. 13 Persons Killed When Dutch Air Liner Crashes Royal Dutch Passenger Plane Burns After Crash In Remote Part of Switzerland WAS ENRQUTE FROM GERMANY TO ITALY Drops Out of Fog Banks, Strikes Trees and Crashes to Earth; Ten Passengers, Two Pilots and One Radio Operator Aboard Fatal Craft at Time San Bernardine, Switzerland, July 20.—(AP) — Thirteen persons were killed today in the crash of a Royal DDutch Air Line passenger plane which fell near here and was destroy ed by fire. Two of those aboard were alive *dien rescurers appeared, but diefll shortly afterwards. All on board wert believed to be of Dutch nationality. The piane, flying from Frankfort on-Main, Germanyl, to Milan, Italy, appeared out of clouds of fog and struck trees in view of the village of San Giacomo, three miles from here. The plane carried ten passengers, two pilots and a radio operator. FIRS? REPORT SAYS TEN PERSONS BELIEVED DEAD Berne, Switzerland, July 20. —(AP) —Ten persons were believed to have been killed today in the crash of a passenger plane, enroute from Milan, Italy, to Frankfort-on-Main, Ger many. The plane was said to have been one of several operated by a Nether lands line. The accident occurred during a storm in the Mesocco valley in the canton of Grisons. Circus Drops Ten Virginia Dates As Paralysis Results Richmond, Va., July 20. —(AP) As the number of cases of infantile paralysis in Virginia since June 1 rose to 170. DrD. I. C. Riggin, State health commissioner, disclosed today he had under consideration the question of forbidding the showing of circuses. CIRCUS CANCELS TEN OF ITS DATES IN VIRGINIA Richmond, Va., July 20.—(API- After a conference today with State health authorities, Floyd King, rep resentative for Cole Brothers eircus and Clyde Beatty’s wild animal ex position, announced the cancellation of ten scheduled engagements in Vir ginia because of the infantile paraly sis epidemic, . .. PrrHIUTSfHHP EVERY AFTERNOON RXOEPT SUNDAY. Paralysis Cases Decline to Seven Raleigh, July 20. —(AP) —The State Board of Health today re ceived seven more official reports of infantile paralysis cases in North Carolina, making 412 for this year. The new sufferers were listed as two in Nash county, and one each in Cumberland, Johnston, Lenior, Onslow and Yancey. The Yancey case was the first in that county- There were six more typhoid fever cases listed today, two each in Harnett and Surry counties and one each in Northampton and Wil son to make 248 this year. bm¥mcT Prosecutors Ordered To En force Ban Strictly Against Churchmen Berlin, July 20.—(AP)—The minis try of justice today ordered all state attorneys to “prosecute political Catholicism without regard for per sonal position “but with calm deter mination and emphatic vigor.” The order to the prosecutors, issued on the eve of the Sabbath, was in terpreted as warning Catholic clergy men to be carefv.l of their comment from the rostrum tewporrow on the happenings of the past few weeks. Catholic congregations throughout the country have been awaiting Sun day for a guiding word from their priests as to their conduct in the face of increasing Nazi repression of the church. Last of Airplane Wedells Is Killed In Gulfport Crash Gulfport, Jujy 20.—(AP)— The dual career of the flying Wedells was ended yesterday when Walter Wedeli plunged to his death as rid his brother, James R. (Jimmy) Wedeli a ltitle more than a year ago. Walter’s plane fell on a shallow shoal off Chanjeleur Island, 30 miles south of here, killing him and a pas senger. Howard L. Sanders, 22 of An derson, S. C. Jimmy, famous as a speed flier and designer of record-shattering planes, was killed at Patterson. La-, June 24, 1934. when a student He was instruct, ing “froze” to the controls. 6 PAGES TODAY FIVE CENTS COPY FOES OF LEVY ARE MIN ATTACKS Glass Says Congress Has Gone to Extremes In Looking After the Cotton Grower SURRENDErTto SILK INDUSTRY ALLEGED Wagner Argues Silk Is Stronger Competitor Os Rayon Than Rayon Is Os Cotton; Issues Raised Again \ Senate Refus es To Re-Consider Decision Washington, July 20.—(AP) —The Senate today overwhelmingly re-af firmed its decision against imposing a compensatory tax on rayon and other competitives of cotton by re jecting by 62 to 15 a motion to re. consider the question. Opponents of the rayon tax had de nounced it variously as “abject” and as a “surrender to the silk industry.” Senator Wagner, Democrat, Neew York, argued that silk is a stronger competitor of rayon than rayon is to cotton. Senator Russell, Democrat, Geor gia, made the motion to re-eonsider the vote by which the Senate Thurs day rejected the AAA amendments applying a Tax on rayon equal to 125 percent of the processing tax on cot ton. “This Congress has gone to ex (Onntlniied on I’acro Thnm) PRISON GUARD CASE GIVEN TO THE JURY Charlotte, July 20.—(AP)—The case of three former prison offi cials indicted after two Negro pri soners lost their feet following in carceration in a “dark cell” at a chaingang camp near here last winter was given to a jury in Mecklenburg Superior Court at 1:55 p. m. today. SMITHFIELD MAN IS FREED FROM BLAME Smithfield, July 20. —(AP) —George Price was exonerated here today by a coroner’s jury of blame in connec. tion with the death or Kenneth Kor-. negary. 29, in an automobile on high way 23 near Smithfield. Kornegary, who lived in the Stevens mill section eight miles east of Golds boro, was installed killed late last night when the car, said to have been driven by Price, turned over- N. C. AAA' PAYMENTS , OVER 13 MILLIONS Raleigh July 20 (AP)— Rental and benefit payments to North Carolina farmers during the fiscal period between July 1, 1934, and May 31, 1935, amounted to $18,042,- 898,44, the AAA has advised Dean I. 6. Schaub of N. S. State Col lege. 35 Dead In Heat Wave Over East No Relief Promised Over Week - End; High Temperatures In Middle West (By the Associated Press.) The severe heat gripping the east ern half of the country, and accom panying storms, left at least 35 dead today, with the probability that there would be no relief from the high temperatures over the week-end. Chicago, with seven dead, had a temperature of 95 yesterday, a new high for the season. South Bend, Ind., was hottest, with 101- In Columbus it was 100. and sev eral mid-west cities reported ther. mometer readings in the high 90’s. Storms sweeping New England re sulted In temporary relief from the heat at a cost of ninel ives, mostly deaths from lightning. Cooling showers feJl over Oklahoma and Texas. Weather forecasters predicted, for the most part, that tlx* heni would persist through Sunday.