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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Bluefield, West Virginia Did you know that West Virginia has 125 different kinds of Trees and 3400 species of plants. 171 species of Moss about 50 ferns and Over 1200 fungi growths Elci graph volume Xvi. No. 34.bluefield, w. Va., sunday morning feb. 25, 1940. Forecast West virginia�?c1 o u y and much colder today and tonight with Light rain turning to Snow flurries. Price five cents e first new Deal senator to suggest that for Tell race intentions Garner to stay out of Nebraska primary fears entry would Hurt renomination chances of sen. Burke one of his supporters Taft hits a suicide theory of farm program by William Ardery Washington. Peb. 24. In senator Bankhead a. Alaan administration supporter said to Day that a it would be better for All concerned if president Rooservelt announced at once his Atti etude toward a third term. The Alabama senator who la supporting his brother. Speaker Bankhead for the democratic presidential nomination told reporters a the president should give expression to what he is going to i done to think there is much disagreement on the Point that he should make his intentions known. It would be better for All concerned. Including the president if he would make a can ave it Bankhead asserted that if or Roosevelt should seek renomination a then he can have it without much the Alabama senator added a people done to like second choices and As Long As or. Roosevelt is at Large in the situation there is no Way for the people to make up their minds on other candidates. There can be no test of sentiment so Long As the president remains Bankhead is the first new Deal senator to suggest that or. Roosevelt declare his intentions. Similar suggestions were made this week by senators Johnson d., col and Mccarran d., Nev meanwhile it was made known that vice president Garner will not enter the Nebraska primary because he believes his entry might Hurt the renomination chances of senator Burke neb one of his chief supporters. Or. Roosevelt a supporters have arranged for his entry in the race. Garner was reported to believe that if he went into Nebraska and there was a Sharp new deat anti new Deal fight that Burke might a Uffer. Other developments other political developments included senator Taft r., ohioan avowed presidential candidates told a Springfield. 111., audience that a farm program should embody some major features of the administration system but should look toward gradual abandonment of the a suicide theory of crop curtailment. Taft said that so Long As the Farmers income is relatively Low an agriculture subsidy would be justified. Senator Bridges r., n. Another of the Republican candidates for the nomination predicted in an address at Dallas. Texas that if the a new dealers have their Way and nominate or. Roosevelt for a third term or any one of their clan a number of Southern states will be found in the Republican column this november including senator Norris find. Neba Dav in and Day out administration supporter expressed the belief that or. Roosevelt would not declare his third term intentions until the democratic convention meets july 15. A Illinois primary test takes shape Springfield. 111. Peb. 24. In a a test of popular strength in Illinois Between president Roosevelt and vice president Garner took definite shape tonight. The contest was regarded As assured when the Midnight deadline for withdrawal from the april 9 presidential preference primary approached and neither the chief executive nor Chicago democratic leaders who filed petitions to place Liis name on the ballot made any move to withdraw them. Eleventh hour developments left Thomas e. Dewey alone in the Republican Field. Rep. Hamilton fish a. N. A announced that lie would not remain in the race. Mayor Florello Laguardia of new York made a similar decision earlier. No other presidential aspirants had chosen to seek support in the Illinois vote. Meanwhile brisk contests for state offices on both sides of the party presaged a heavy vote. Green reiterates readiness to talk Cio peace proposal Washington. Feb. 24 Ltd a president William Green reiterated today that the Al was ready to resume peace negotiations with the Cio. In a letter to a group of clergymen who had urged renewal of peace negotiations Green said the Al peace committee Quot stands ready to accept and consider any proposals designed to bring about a settlement of existing he letter was addressed to the very Rev. Monsignor John a. Ryan director of the department of social action of the National Catholic welfare conference. Hitler and Chamberlain pledge fight to finish missing boy returns Chamberlain flatly rules out any peace with present nazi regime hard words naval trawler sinks after striking mine Royal air Force planes scout deep into enemy territory ranging As far As Prague British press claims three nazi subs sunk by Robert e. Bunnell London feb. 24 Ipp prime minister Chamberlain today flatly ruled out any peace with the present German government As incapable of guaranteeing future Security to Europe. As he pledged a fight to the finish a until we Are satisfied that Freedom is Safe a the conflict with Germany produced these new results the naval trawler Ben Volio 352-ton vessel engaged in mine swept no Sank after hitting a mine with ten of her men lost. The vessel was the 30th of the British naw to go Down since the War began. The air ministry announced Royal air Force planes scouted deep into greater Germany for the second successive night ranging As far afield As Prague capital of dismembered Czecho Slovakia. Officials said besides Prague Points scouted included Kiel Hamburg and Bremen. One plane made a forced Landing in Belgium the Crew of six was arrested. Claim subs sunk the British press reported without official confirmation that Royal air Force planes had sunk three German submarines and a merchantman had rammed and sunk another. The toll of merchantmen vie Tims of the War Rose with the foundering of the British Steamer Royal Archer. 2,266 tons while being towed after striking a mine danish advices said the 1,206-ton danish ship Aase had been sunk in the Atlantic with 16 seamen lost. Winding tip a series of Pep meetings by Cabinet ministers with an address in his Hometown of Birmingham the gaunt. 70-year-old Chamberlain delivered one of his sharpest fight talks of the War. Chamberlain decried nazi alms As destruction of Britain and a domination of the crusade for Freedom Britain on the other hand. Lie said to the cheers of the crowd is fighting a a a crusade for Freedom and to abolish a the spirit of militarism and accumulation of armaments which is pauper izing All Europe and not in the least Germany How in Concrete terms Are these alms to be secured a he asked and answered first. Independence of the poles and czechs must be assured. A secondly we must have some tangible evidence that will satisfy us that any pledges or assurances Given will be fulfilled. In Chamberlain flatly see Page 1 Hitler declares Russia Italy and Japan to be his friends makes Surprise talk from Munich Beer Hall declares hand of Providence saved him from death in Munich explosion last november says Reich is now stronger than in 1914 Adolf Hitler nazis put press Banj Jelles prohibit publication of news of s. Envoys visit to Germany officials prepare warm Welcome t Pelleu Etters District attorney gets information concerning alleged forged documents aimed at committee chairman Washington feb. 24. A it a the Dies committee turned Over to the Federal District attorney today All its information concerning allegedly forged letters which purported to link its chairman rep. Dies a. Tex with William Dudley Pelley Leader of the Silver shirt legion. Dies himself transmitted the evidence to David Pine u. S. Attorney and asked him to present the documents to the grand jury for a appropriate action nor Only a with reference to t he charge that other persons aided and abetted the commission 0 the Dies also called a meeting o. The committee for monday t discuss its program and proce Divi for the next several months. On problem he indicated is to prevent witnesses or others from using the committees hearings to promote political ends. In that connection there has been some speculation that the committee might conduct closed hearings but Dies said he was opposed to concealing a any material fact from the he said however that some phases of the investigation dealing with espionage sabotage and foreign propaganda might require private hearings. The a spell Eye letters purportedly were written by Pelley to David Mayne of Washington. A juror was created recently when rep Hook d., Mich placed them in the congressional record while Dies was ill at his Home in Texas. Subsequently the Dies committee announced that Mayne had testified that he manufactured them and sold them to Harold Weisberg and Gardner Jackson. The latter is a representative of labors non Partl Sion league. Lat Jer. Hook withdrew the letters. Berlin feb. 24. Jpn nazi Germany tonight placed a strict official ban on publication of news of the impending visit of United states undersecretary of state Sumner Welles but nevertheless put its Best foot Forward to Welcome president Roosevelt a fac finding emissary. Although it was emphasized that the program for the visit which includes an audience with Adolf Hitler next tuesday wednesday would be carried out without the press getting so much As a peek at it authorized sources disclosed the schedule was com plete. There is Little doubt but that the american will get a dignified and Hearty Welcome. As the War goes on German statesmen see More and More that the United states neutrality Law Hal Many Good Points to it and Germany is ready to go a Long Way to help keep the United states in the Neutral column. Attacks cease attacks on the United states virtually have ceased. Some papers even from time to time have commended american Neie trility legislation to european neutrals As Worth emulating. There has been criticism in the press and in circles close to the government of the Sale of eight United states line vessels to a belgian firm but this has largely taken the line that Belgium by tolerating the Deal compromised her neutrality. The ships Are to touch at French and English ports. All departments of the government have been put on the jul Vive to Supply any information which in the course of Welles visit it will become necessary or desirable to have at hand. Photographic mind Welles himself ranks in the mind of German officialdom largely As a result of the reports of ambassador Hans Dieckhoff Long Back in Berlin As a Man with a Quot photograph la mind a who will take Back to or. Roosevelt and Secretary of state Hull an absolutely True trustworthy and a retouched picture of what Hitler foreign Secretary Joachim von Ribbentrop and other leaders disclose to him judging by his usual tactics Hitler in his audience with the american will take the offensive and present Welles with a Long list of grievances against great nazis put press see Page t by Edwin Shanke Munich feb. 24 in a Adolf hit l�?�"10 that of Germany Eugene Krauss son of or. And mrs. Michael Krauss of 511 soviet army draws closer to Vii Puri holds coastal base East 79th Street As he appeared yesterday following his return to the Home of his parents. The lad now 20. Disappeared from his Home in 1936 and was the object of a Long unsuccessful search by police. He said that he left because he had a wanderlust and went to Portland Maine where he got a Job in a Candy factory. Later he entered the c. C. C. And worked in Camps in Maine Massachusetts and Colorado. He started with $50 he had saved and returned with $1,000. Roosevelt polls landslide vote in Georgia a test Donalsonville. Oa., feb. 24 a president Franklin Roosevelt received a vote of a landslide proportions to head again the democratic ticket in a make believe Seminole county preference primary Here today. The president was the first Choice of 841 voters with vice president John gamer second with 18. Secretary of state Cordell Hull received 3 votes for first Choice National democratic chairman James a. Farley 2 senator Wheeler of Montana 2 social Security administrator Paul v. Mcnutt 2 and senator Walter f. George of Georgia 1. The George vote was a a write in Quot on the printed ballot. As a second Choice candidate in Case Roosevelt should decline a third term. Secretary of state Hull was Given a substantial Lead totalling 245. The president received Only one vote for second Choice. Chairman Farley 154. Gamer 78 Wheeler 11, Mcnutt 9, George 3, and former governor Eugene Talmadge of Georgia i a write in. Tha vote although unofficial and not binding in any Way attracted attention in that it was the first Public expression by actual ballot on potential democratic presidential candidates. So keen was the local interest that 868 of the 1.500 eligible voters marked printed ballots a number equal to the average regular part 1 will fight a until the terror of the Pluto Racies has been declared the a three mighty states of Russia Italy and Japan to be his friends and proclaimed his Trust that god is with him and his nazi Reich. To his old guard in an hours speech broadcast Over the world the fuehrer asserted a the hand of Providence saved him from death in a bomb explosion in this very City last november 8 and declared the same Providence a has especially blessed us for six years. A you think Providence would have blessed us Only to drop us now a he asked. A there is a god he creates people with equal today s Germany he said is stronger in every Way than the Imperial Reich of 1914�?but, especially in its leadership. Heads marchers preceded by the blood stained Flag which headed his marchers in Chato Ponnu Ontina will the abortive Beer Celler Putsch of Long Nilon will 1923 and surrounded by old party fighters. Hitler came to Munich a Hauf Brau Hall tonight to commemorate the founding of the nazi party and its adoption of a 25-Point program 20 years ago. It was his first speech in Munich since the Burger bauhaus explosion wrecked the scene of the Ori be held on May 18 ninth District to Send approximately 150 delegates Virginia a Republican convention will be held at Roanoke on Ginal Beer cellar plot and killed j May 18, it was decided at a eight persons shortly after Hitler meeting of the Virginia commit tee yesterday in the Virginia on the eve of United states City undersecretary of stats Sumner a he my and Welles arrival in Europe for a the ninth sect will Sena feeling out of possible ways to approximately 150 delegates to peace the fuehrer gave a defiant War message to his nation and to the world threatening to smash anyone who seeks to deny Germany her rightful living space jeering at a these chamberlains and their top hats a sneering at Winston Churchill and disdaining to reveal specific War alms. Modest terms he did mention i terms prior to the Start of the War and described them As modest a Security of our living space return of our but his present Price for peace went unnamed. What Are we fighting against a he shouted amidst cries of approval a is the idea that one or two Peoples of the Earth should have everything. God did no to make the world for englishmen alone. It simply cannot be that the German people Are destined to be slaves of the English and significantly Hitler reverted to his Early War practice of leaving France almost out of his strictures. Going Back to 1914, he intimated Germany would have won the world War had he been at the Helm. The nations leaders then he declared were a second but today a we All know that neither militarily nor economically can Germany be Defeated. The decisive thing is claims god As ally More than in any recent speech the fuehrer claimed god As his ally the ally of the German people. An awed hush fell Over he frequently noisy listeners when he took them Back to the night of the blast in the Burger Drahaus and told them solemnly a Only a few months ago in a Hitler declares see Page the convention. The basis for representation it was decided will be one Delegate for each 50 votes cast in the last presidential election for the Republican nominee. Selection of the convention City was by districts five voting for Roanoke As against four for Norfolk the Only cities making a bid for the meeting were Roanoke. Norfolk and Newport news. The principal purpose of the convention will be to elect at Large for delegates and four alternates to add to the 14 delegates and 14 alternates selected in District conventions prior to the state session. Two electors will also be chosen at Large at the state convention. One elector is selected from each District at the District conventions. A vehement blast against the new Deal was delivered following the committee meetings by representative Frank c. Osmers. Of new Jersey outstanding critic of the new Deal. A for the past year the democratic party has been in a state of mental blackout unable to give the welfare of the nations citizens any consideration because of it consuming passion to Lear the intentions of or. Roosevelt a he declared. A was republicans we can meet Here this afternoon to discuss the future welfare of the he added. A fall democratic meetings must discuss the third term possibilities of the Democrat elected last week to hold their convention in Roanoke. June 14. Convention Headquarters be at hotel Roanoke. Italy nazis sign revised Trade pact Rome. Feb. 24. Ipp a new Trade pact has been signed by Italy and Germany authoritative informants said tonight revising their 1934 commercial Accord to meet wartime conditions. The revised pact it was said was signed by or. Karl Clodius. German economic plenipotentiary. And senator Amadeo Gian nine representing the italian foreign ministry. No announcement of its contents was made but an official statement was expected later. An informed German source said increased commercial exchanges Between the two countries probably would result from the pact but that further discussions Likely would be held to determine this. The revision was described As the result of conversations during the last several weeks Between members of a mixed German italian commercial commission. For resumes Southern cruise aboard u. S. S. Lang at sea. Feb. 24. Ltd via wireless a president Roosevelt fished for several hours off the West Panama coast today but the honors for the biggest catch went to rear Admiral Ross t. Me in tire the presidents physician. The Admiral landed a 40-Pound red snapper prize catch thus far by the presidential party on this business pleasure c u is e. The fishing generally was a fair to Good a Brig. Gen. Edwin m. Watson. Or. Roosevelt a Secretary and military aide reported. In mid afternoon the Cruiser Tuscaloosa carrying the president and the accompanying destroyers land and Jouett resumed the cruise on an unannounced course presumably headed in the general direction of the Panama canal. Sweden to halt flow of Gold Turkey hastens to deny rumours impending War Istanbul. Feb. 24 pjs Turkey virtually isolated by a storm which swept across Southeastern Europe hastened tonight to deny rumours of impending War which circulated in Arlous Balkan capitals As the result of a prolonged interruption of communications. The bewildered foreign office in Ankara issued a Blanket denial of the rumours which included reports that turkish troops were mobilizing on the russian Border and that Tele phone communications had been shut off by a decree declaring a state of emergency. Spokesmen explained that winds of Hurricane intensity had ripped Down five Miles of Telephone line in european strike from captured base few Miles away Denmark Norway Sweden plan program to guard neutrality under most trying conditions Stockholm feb. 24. Ipp the swedish government today summoned an extraordinary special session of parliament for sunday to revise foreign Exchange regulations and halt the flow of Sweden a Gold reserves to foreign Banks. Whether the Riksdag also will discuss the critical foreign political situation growing out of the bombing of the Frontier town of Pajala last wednesday was problematical. However soviet russians planes carried out the raid is alleged by swede end was believed to have been one of the matters which caused foreign minister Christian Gunther to defer his trip to Copenhagen where scandinavian foreign ministers Are meeting. The denial in the face of positive swedish statements that planes and bomb fragments were identified As russian was regarded As involving Sweden s National prestige. Political circles said diplomatic relations would be endangered if the u. S. S. R. Falls to give satisfaction. Copenhagen. Feb. 24 Ipp a program of a parallel action to enable Denmark. Norway and Sweden to guard their neutrality under the Mast threatening conditions they have faced in years was visualized by norwegian foreign minister halvdan Koht As he arrived today for talks with representatives of the other two scandinavian nations. Koht who said that a the sharpened sea warfare would be one of the principal topics discussed. Went into conference at once with the danish foreign minister. Or. Peter Munch. The talks Are expected to get under Way in Earnest after the arrival of Sweden a foreign minister. Christian Gunther. Who was detained in Stockholm by n special meeting of the Riksdag parliament summoned for tomorrow. The meeting of the foreign ministers finds their nations vitally affected by War at sea which already has Cost them More than 50 ships and the lives of 600 seamen. Bombing studied in addition Sweden is concerned by tire recent bombing of the swedish Border town of Pajala. Which the government has attributed to soviet russian planes. Norway still is seeking a settlement of the altmark incident in which British warships invaded her territorial Waters and seized 299 British seamen imprisoned on a nazi ship. Dead litters Snow other division pres against finn defenders in Eastern area on attempts to get away from it All fireman admits brutal wedding night slaying Tacoma wash., feb. 24. Ipp undersheriff Clyde Knowles said tonight John Ord 42, tall gaunt Tacoma fireman had confessed the brutal wedding night slaying of the Man who successfully had courted his common Law wife. He denied however the officer added any connection with the fire that turned the couple s honeymoon cottage into a funeral pyre after the Bride and a third Man had been wounded. The body of Hale Rosier 58, former president of the Washington state elks association was removed last night from the ruins of his suburban Home. His Bride. Myra 36. Reported by Knowles to have lived with Ord for ten Vears Clung to life in. A Tacoma Hospital a Bullet wound in her Abdomen. King Pomeroy. 50. Who lived in Nosler a Home was beaten severely with a poker. Ord was arrested after taking mis. Rosier to a Hospital. Knowles said both mrs. Rosier and Pomeroy signed statements that Ord invaded the Home killed the bridegroom and injured them. He gave this summarized version of their statements a mrs. Rosier and Pomeroy said that last night Ord came to the Rosier Home and demanded Entrance. Rosier protested and Ord broke in through a screen door. He struck mrs. Rosier knocking her to the floor. When Rosier in to twined Ord shot him. He then picked up a stove poker and peat the bridegroom repeatedly Over the head. A Pomeroy sleeping in an adjoining room heard the shot and investigated. Ord attacked pome Roy with the poker knocking him unconscious. A word then turned he attentions to mrs. Rosier beating her with a piece of cordwood. When mrs. Rosier regained consciousness she saw Ord leaning Over her husband. Pouring kerosene on his clothing. Rosier attempted to Rise but Ord struck him Down with the poker and applied a match to his clothing. A mrs. Rosier crawled Over and got \ Rug and threw it around her husbands body. Ord then shot her and dragged her onto the front porch. A with the House ablaze. Pomeroy managed to crawl to safety Ord drove mrs. Rosier to nearby Lake Steilacoom and threatened to throw her in. Mrs. Nosler a entreaties caused him to change his mind and he drove her to i Home four Miles away. A after mrs. Rosier promised to a keep her Mouth shut. Ord took her to piece county Hospital then left. Later he returned and was new York. Feb. 24. Jpn shortly after a westbound air inner will took Oft today a passenger asked the stewardess Quot could you Tell me where in a going a a Why. Done to you know a a replied the surprised hostess. A what does your ticket say a a i Don t know what it says said the passenger. A i Haven t even looked. I just want to go a afr someplace. In a trying to get away from everything especially women. My wife is jealous of my Sec tary. My Secretary is jealous of my wife. And in a fed up with them and myself. So i told a Friend to buy me a ticket to to me place and i did no to even bother to find out where. He said you would have it for me when i got on Board. Tie stewardess found he was bound for Phoenix. Ariz. Minus baggage and everything else except the urge to get away from it ail. Start senator Brown of Michigan counted As doubtful Mem Ber of committee wants Congress have veto Power King Emanuele Grants amnesty Rome feb. 24. Jpn King Vittorio Emanuele granted Annesty to thousands of italian non poli tical prisoners in Italy the african possessions and on the dodecanese islands today in Celebration of the birth of a granddaughter Princess Marie Gabrlel la at Naples. The entire nation celebrated the birth of the third child of Crown Princess Marie Jose and Crown Prince Umberto. The Crown Princess and her eight Pound 10-ounce daughter were doing Well. Princess Marie Jose a other children Are Prince Vittorio Emanuele three year old heir to the throne and Princess Maria Pia aged five. Washington. Feb. 24 up senator Brownd Mich suggested today that Congress be Given the same veto Power Over Trade agreements that it has Over presidential orders reorganizing government agencies. The reorganization orders go into effect automatically after a 60-Day period unless either House disapproves. Brown is counted As a a a doubtful member of the Senate finance committee which will Start hearings monday on legislation to extend the reciprocal Trade act for three years from next june 12. The present expiration Date. The House approved the measure. 216 to 168. Last night. Democratic leaders hoped for an Early Senate vote. Chairman Harrison a miss of the Senate committee said the Senate committee might report the legislation by the end of next week. A Iorito Leader Barkley of Kentucky expressed the opinion that Senate debate might be completed in a week. Left handed approval calling his proposal a left handed Brown said it might be a possible Compromise if there were a close vote on a proposal to give the Senate Power to ratify or reject Trade agreements. Administration leaders asserted however that the ratification proposal advanced by several senators would be �6011 in it i while foes of the legislation predicted a close vote in the Senate finance committee. Harrison said there was no doubt that the measure would be to proved Harrison a View was supported by senator George cd Trade Hearin a a a Pat 2 by Paul Sjoblom Helsinki feb. 24 Ipp a strategically spread red army la dead littering the Snow at the rate of 6,000 in two Days was reported tonight by the finnish High command to be striking massively at the Inland Environ of Vii Puri from a captured coastal base Only 714 Miles away. From Kaisalahti nestled on the War wrecked Gulf of Finland railway just below Finland a erstwhile second City and from Koi Visto 17% Miles further South once the Western Anchor of Finland a Mannerheim line the soviet offensive stretched out Over the Gulf ice to Hammer at Fin Nisi defenders on the remaining islands in Vii Puri Bay. Eastward other divisions press taxi on against the finnish land defends Between the Gulf and Lake Mola striving to Complete a pincers action on Vii Puri. Buildings wrecked this City once a Modem town of 74.000 now is a virtual combat area its buildings wrecked by shells and its non combatants moved away. The finns said these Gulf and land attacks directed at Vii Puri from five Points resulted in heavy russian losses that six Moscow feb. 25.�? sunday up the occupation of the strongly fortified islands of Koi Elslo thu Ristari and Pii Saari with the capture of 12 heavy costal Tower guns was claimed today by the russian army in a communique issued by the Leningrad military Headquarters. The communique said that while lighting yesterday soviet troops a occupied the islands of Kovisto Bjork sea and Pii Saari strongly fortified with Iron and Concrete forts. Tanks and six batteries were destroyed. But the finns did not this time say the attacks were repulsed. On the finns left flank East of Lake Mola two Russ an detachments of unspecified size were declared to have been a a wholly annihilated Friday after piercing the finnish lines. More specific soviet losses were totalled up to Over 2,350, As follows arms left on Field Salme Kaita. East of Lake Muoiba. More than 1,000 dead machine guns and other arms left on the Field. Northeast of Lake Ladoga a about 1,000 killed 15 tanks at Khmo on the Central Eastern front a the enemy lost 350 the Day previous the finns estimated russian losses at 2,800. At the extreme Eastern end of the line near Taipale the finns counter attacked and destroyed two soviet tanks. Today a communique was the first finnish admission that Koivisto had fallen with its fortifications batteries and coastal artillery on an off Shore Island. Rapid Advance the announcement likewise disclosed a rapid russian Advance up the railway to the station of Kaisi Ahti 7% Miles South of Vii Puri presumably As a result of finnish Retreat to a new line of defences just before Vii Puri. Kaisla Hiti however is hemmed in by islands at least some of which presumably Are still to the hands of finnish defender. Both bombing and scouting flights were made by the finnish aviators. Soviet air activity although sporadic Over Finland a entire length was not heavy Friday the finns said they shot Down two soviet planes. Field marshal Baron Carl Gus Taf Mannerheim. Finland a supreme commander. In an order of the Day thanked swedish and norwegian volunteers for sharing a with us the dangers and trials of the w his statement was taken As an indication these volunteers now Are to the firing line. Abandon search for ensl0w Diamond ring Huntington w. Va., feb 24, up a detective lieutenant Leslie j. Swann said today search for the second of two Diamond rings which figured in the three year old Enslow murder Case has been abandoned. A ring belie to be one which mrs Juliette b. Enslow wore the night she was slain was found to a sewer trap near the 27-room mansion last week. Swann said it had Mot been positively identified and that a study of a jewellers a records would be made

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