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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 19, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Weather occasional rain ohs afternoon and tonight. The High Point e voter prism a Ilia i Point Tho a enter of of pc reified manufacturing Enterprise \ of. .>6 no. I to Mem ukr associated pres. He a Point \. Friday afternoon april i9, to Complete aka slim h k Price five cent germans repulsed by British in Norway a a a a a a a a a a a a dutch swear to meet any invasion with arms this is Narvik nation placed further Steps in education first Battle under martial i advocated by Clyde a. Erwin 0n norwegian soil reported Law by decree Royal decree follows statement by de Geer against would be aggressors the Hague april 19.�? up a martial Law was pro claimed throughout the ne-1 ej.? it i addresses final session of state Congress of parents and teachers new officers installed by Dorothy by in Enterprise staff writer or. Clyde a. Erwin state 8u per intendant of Public instruction held by British troops dub. Official orman news Agency claims German troops Are still in Possession of Narvik important Iron Ore shipping port in Northern Norway but j. Norman Lodge associated press correspondent slipped across the closely guarded swedish Border and reached the Narvik Vicinity to report the British were consolidating their foothold there and the germans were Retreat ing to the South. He said he was told the British occupied Narvik. Here san air View of that important City which lies far North of the Arctic Circle. In the lower left Corner can be seen Tho terminus of the Railroad used to haul Ore from the mines at Kiruna on the swe dish Border. Nazis sink three British u boats invaders reported advancing in Norway while at Home Hitler celebrates his 51st birthday Berlin april 19.�?i a steady Advar res in Norway by constantly reinforced German troops and new blows against the British Navy were reported to the nation today on the eve of its Celebration of Adolf hitlers 51st birthday. A a officially reported successes included Norse minister ordered Home germans sever relations with Haakon s government Berlin. April 19 a Opy Germany ordered Tho norwegian minister to Germany. Ame Scheet. To leave Berlin today. Members of the nor Pri Iii diplomatic stuff and their Fame Hollands by Royal decree today. The decree effective immediately Bastier Ltd Pender Derek Jan de Geer dad announced in a broadcast to the Homeland and overseas colonies that such a step was being taken to a Anchor More solidly the governments position in the face of external and internal dangers. The Netherlands will resist with arms any attempt by a foreign Power to extend protective help to her de Geer declared adding thai martial Law already in effect in Large areas would he applied to the whole country. Heard in i Niu is in an address broadcast to Holland s East indies and West indies colonies As Well a to Tho Homeland the Premier said that the refusal to Atropia Protection of outside Powers applied Alao to the overseas possessions and that pro for excellence in various Fields were made and mrs. Raymond Edison of new Bern and mrs. Jerry Strader of Burlington were installed As first vice president and record. A utry respectively of the state Congreve of parents and teachers in the final cession of its 21st annual conv this morning. A i am concerned with what happens to the child in our midst not the children a or. Ertron said pointing out that although integration is necessary in education the child preparing himself for a complicated existence must also be considered As an individual. As some of the next Steps in education he advocated mental Hygiene programs both for parents and children More vocational education. Raising of the compulsory education age limit to 16 years better teacher training adequate salaries and a retirement program for school employees. Or. W. D. Perry state it a chairman of mental Hygiene and new state . Jelic ers mrs. Jerry Strader of Burlington left newly Eie amp cd recording Secretary for the North Carolina Congress of Parent and teachers and mrs. Raymond Fuson of new Bern new a the Congress who were elected at the late afternoon session near Nam sos City picked by britons As new Landing spot for latest troops London april 19.�?im�? Allied Maneu vers including the first reported engagement of British and German land forces in Norway pointed today toward a head on clash of Europe a belligerents on the scandinavian Batt log Roll and. A British news Agency. Reuters reported from Stockholm that the first encounter occurred at Nam his on the Atlantic Toast Ion Miles North of the key City of trondheim Okuma is la Kim i ski dispatches reaching the swedish capital said that the term a forces had been repulsed. Swedish Frontier reports said that Kaut sue was the Point picked by the British for their latest troop landings while norwegian forces Coneen 30 Miles it vice president for red Quot tit Winkjer nearer trondheim. A wow in bpm apparently the Germany of the organization held yesterday at the first methodist Bern rushed North from the officers were up for election a i be con berber i Cre Ary state mental heart end i ran so Iobco Rndolph he Waw l Hay c. M. Hayworth taken by death prominent Asheboro Man was Randolph commissioner spacial to the Enterprise Asheboro. April 19 Clint m. Hayworth years old today. Member of one of Randolph county a Moat prominent families died at his Home Here last night after suffering some time from ailment. Or Hayworth had for years As a member of the doth Board of commis and was Sec rotary of the Ila county fair association a son of the late sheriff j Worth. Al x kit a in tomorrow funeral services will he held saturday afternoon at 2 of clock at the first presbyterian Church with burial in the old City cemetery. Or. Hay Worth is survived by his widow mrs. Edna Armstrong Hayworth one daughter. Sarah. A student at Meredith College five sons. Sam a student at n. A. State College and Steve Bobby James and Roy. All of the Home two Brothers tiv. Of Asheboro and or. Ray Hayworth of Quantico a and two states mrs d. S. Coltrane cd of Raleigh and mrs. G. Fills of Raleigh. A a a seeks to open hew airline to Europe Washington. April 19 a the civil aeronautics authority Rev Rived a recommendation from one of its examiners today that american Export airlines j inc., a allowed to enter the i trans Atlantic service in compost lion with pan Atu Erica airways. The examiner c. Edward la As ure. Recommended the issuance of a certificate to american Export j for a route Between new York or i Baltimore and Rome by Way of i Lisbon Portugal and Barcelona. Spain. Russian Trade pact nearing completion London reports London. April 19 a a it Novlet russian spokesmen in Don today predicted great Britain and Rusila would soon conclude their Lilg Dow Vised Trade agree meat which was sidetracked by the Russlan finnish who. They said it a believed rub i Sia s differences with Britain Over j the blockade a which have Center cd on the detention of two bus j Ala n steamers by Allied in Val forces in the composed and general relation improved barring sum seen development k at sea the re Rines were dear Zerrak and Kau Marine was sunk ships and transp Den German Allied cd in the tat and a and British port hit in a r attack to in left her k s t. V e Given Tami in member i proof it Tai irs Kirinich Quot forced Ort us or Laid Down in a a Royal decree extending the application of martial Law in line with the premiers announcement was expected shortly. De Deer declared ii the to eat iou for the to discuss with Eithe log events the suppose of attack by the oth Ltd we done to need an he said a we shy they would weak it Church. No other Kress. It a of to he. D possibility r in them a our Neutral to of the Imp % by it Ucb North o \ in in far North a a Regian Torp Eilo in in hard anger Man occupied a i pm Norway. A not boat a destroy fjord. In it is tit in a in Soli Datko on i Audi positions Are being consolidated in far Flung sectors j in Norway ranging from the re j ton near Oslo to the Ore shipping j port of Narvik. A duh report said j German a fighting groups in the Oslo Region were a advancing j slowly hut steadily and had i reached a Point 3< Miles North of j inn gov inc r anti Horn. Or shout i 75 Miles Northeast of Oslo in the diplomatic Field tier j Many ordered ame so Heel. Nor j we tan minister to Berlin to leave j the German capital today an a. I lion tantamount to breaking off j diplomatic relations with the Royal norwegian government. The High command in its Reg i ular communique said a reinforce ments for the troops in Norway continued to arrive on i Island to my Pikr in the Nan in sector North of which British have landed Force the germans reported their own 2 land forces had occupied the Island of Flato and were tightening j their hold on the Ore railway Between Narvik and the swedish i Border. Flato is at the Entrance to Vest fjord at the head of which lies Narvik. The High command enlarged i upon an earlier report that a it British Cruiser of the Glasgow continued on Page two Lac it o i ? Liq left Hill skid the norwegians b Riedley that the profile dating their Housho to the swedish legation. They planned to travel by Way of Hamburg. Flensburg and Frederica to Copenhagen where s a result of get Norland or later said. Is to fear by Mise through whoever Ante continued on Page Wui War bulletins the y hoped to car Way. A he action was t int i n mat ions in me at d pre i breaking off i with the Norw of King hunk mice Johan no the legation cd to leave with the minister. Despite the German invasion of Norway the German government had continued to receive re Heel As the envoy of a Friendly Power and had urged him to get his government to cooperate with the germans ask i d Puhm Ismor on instruction from the and Premier is Heel Vest had asked Germany for of Aion to remain at his Post King i Day nuts. The answer Given today was that he and his staff must leave at once. It was explained official that Germany took this abrupt action a in View of the hostile attitude of King the swedish minister vivid Richer took Over Hie affairs of the norwegian legation. Gam Khz postponed i to ton at i no rain. 4 lib ago at St. Lamia Alnet Gunnels Anil cold weather. I i in Hill or 11 ski ii a run is id ivors i Ain Don. April it opt a Winston Turchin told the sin visor of the destroyer hard tonight that they Wen a the Vanguard of tin Annie a Bleb Al Anil our French Ville will use during lid summer to purge Anil Traue the soil of Lite Likings the Oil of Norway from the filthy Mil Utica of nag British destroyer it in German Aik raid London april of. A .11 a damaging of the destroyer eclipse in a German bombing attack a disclosed today with the announcement the vessel had reached her base. A Foxx homers As sox win Home opener Boston. Apr. 19.�?< a Bostons red sox took i heir opening Home game today from the Hila Delphiia athletics 7 to to before a crowd of 7,100 Cash customers and 3.000 guests. Jimmy Foxx Liel Ted the Home team with a Home run deep into the right Field stands. Giene society urged Extension of mental Hygiene study and the for nation of More local a Ocienie a a Means of mental Hygiene for parents. To District no. 2 of which mrs. A out of i of Doraey of Ruthie director. Noher tart went Bah the cup for the org eat number of new Asa Ocla f Ion during the past year and a cock cup for largest gain on a per rent Basta. District no. 7, or. Fred i Harrell of Goldsboro director i won the cup for the Large aum a hers of to the a tonal Parent teacher Magazine. And to the Cornelius Harnett a sorption of Wilmington went to the is rash award for the first association reporting to per cent j Home in membership j the Post executive committee a meeting and the Post boart of j i managers meeting including new f i in elected officers and chairmen. 1 j were held this afternoon an address by Junius i Rose j superintendent of Greenville i schools and state commander of the american legion. On Frej i topic. A the function of schools in maintaining Tea-2 1 tired the banquet session St the 1 Sheraton last night. Or. Rose Besan his talk with a discussion of three handicaps Rey Naud accorded fullest support chamber of deputies gives new Premier second vote of Confidence but huge gain in favor shown Man cont toiled. Helm Region to Landing patties 1 sidestepped or i Weglian t Omet i Ballon act i to u Al had e Gnu a Telic r Root meet the British perhaps Hwy j the no r. Stein a or i a a # f Brit it a t a is and of their i Regian Force a operations Art Wrenett biting a the Prim belligerent attacked by territory. R country to it Lillios to Reynaud a Paris april 19.�?< Pic the chamber of Niht gave the government of Premier Paul unanimous vote of Confidence. The vote 504 to 0, came in a Public session immediately after a secret debate on general governmental policies and the conduct of the War. It rout inned on i James Cromwell announces for u. 5. Senate orders probe of campaigns complaints heard against White House race spending Washington. April in a a a the Senate Campaign investigating come Ilttre today ordered an investigation of complaints Bat a excessive sums of Money were being spent in Bolt Alf of some aspirants for the presidency senator Gillette a Low committee chairman said that the complaints Hail been received a from a p i a r in i i y reliable he declined to name the candidates or the party involved but St id that thus far charges affected Only one party. Approves motion the committee approved a motion instructing Gillette to assign investigators to study the complaints the source of which a not disclosed. A i have not yet Gillette told reporters a shut i will act a whisperings of Laig expend i lures in recent senatorial As Well a presidential primaries also figured in causing the committee to j meet today. Gillette said the group would consider complaint hut Large sums of Money had been spent in several states he added that some charges had been received from Nebraska but because they i contained such inadequate information he had asked for a . Cations and i imm or \ ii another complaint which tile committee would consider it a said charged a improper use of patronage and official influence in Missouri. The committee would decide he said whether this complaint warranted the dispatch of a subcommittee to Missouri for hearings. Capital politicians meanwhile were interested in the announce Merit of gov Clyde. It. Hoey of North Carolina that he favored Secretary of state Hull for presi Dent. Hoey said at Raleigh n. C., he had a very Good reason to believe that president Roosevelt would support Hull and expressed the Hope that North Carolina s 26 votes in the democratic convention would go to the Cabinet member. Kept aloof Krom talk Hull has kept aloof from the pre Convent Lon presidential Campaign. And is reported to have urged friends not to press his name for the nomination. Postmaster general Earlean avowed candidate for democratic honors was Given a testimony dinner in new York last night at which he declared that leaders of Industry transportation finance agriculture and labor should a submerge their president Roosevelt told reporters yesterday that his lunch Eon conference with Farley on tuesday concerned selection of s permanent chairman and not i continued on fags two Somerville. N. A april 19 a James h. R Crom Well United states minister to Canella today formally announced his candidacy for the j democratic nomination for j United states senator from new Jersey and linked himself to the economic and International views of prosld4nt Roosevelt. Cromwell was in Canada a the statement of candidacy sex peeled since state party h Ltd cts headed by mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City endorsed him several weeks ago was i made from his Home Here i through state senator James i i rowers. In Hulsi Duk it tit Shand identifying himself As a what is generally referred to As a a Liberal Quot Cromwell 43, an economist former automotive executive real estate promoter and the husband of Doris Duke a tin richest girl in the Allied himself to the president with a recent years have witnessed great upheavals and Radical changes in governments throughout the world president Roosevelt has demonstrated that our form of government is adequate to meet the changing economic social and world conditions and that our representative constitutional democracy will survive i stand with him in his ceaseless Endeavor to find through our democratic processes Security and a better Way of life for the great Masse of our people. I stand with him in his sound and successful policy of keeping America at peace by facing fact As they Are instead i of pretending we Ive in a world apart a Hull not in Campaign Warmington it Ril a a e c r e i a r v Hull who name often has figured in pm filiation Oier possible dont Era i in pro tic Nilal nominee. Said Lodai that ii via not a candidate for Ain i Bing. The Secretary Macle id statement at tits press conference Lin tier rules which forbid his bring i uoti direct l Blit lie told in Hgt hets nuptial it All i but lie had no political aspirations. He so it of after ids attention was railed to the fact that go Vermir to it de it. of ninth t aeolian is Vertial endorsed him for the nominal Btu. The Secretary of state said he hut requested persons interested in any phase of the matter not to say an thing or do any thing cont rat to tin position lie had assumed which he previously had desk film d As mule Olif Teal aspirations Ami in no sense a candidate. It a i the a second vote i of con Adrue for Reyna id # Cabinet j which t office m Arch i. It j contrast d #1 i apply w till tiie first vote on Man re 22. In vex hid i t Imre wan Only a Oue Vot h la i Jority. Though that i Atef a lne Rei used to i 7 vote by r Hange o if stall id by a j i in her of Dep tile a in her i Ion min or a pied in. Homage end the n Wegria n prop lilt id f in lilt. Ii we Reyn one Day secret debate in mind strengthened by an e ast in reception accorded h policies by the Senate a cup seven legislators who Bac not Lee of question they ask on the conduct of to against Germany a to ice do first meeting of t morning am t a this t on Tai t reported a norwegian communique about the same time. Said thai Contact had Bern made with Allied Huston officer had reached Norw Egian army s. The communique relayed from the norwegian government somewhere in the North said in part a the government a received report from the command of the norwegian army in the North and North of trondheim indicating that mobilization has been completed Aud that the commander of the norwegian troops Are of the opinion they can stand up to the German meanwhile German forces wet is i reported feverishly fortifying their position for an Allied offensive against trondheim the Alii a taty be y to c ventral and Southern Nora a. The reports together w eth ail vices that norwegian ski patrols Are deploying to harass the thin line the germans hav thrown a loss Norway to the swedish Border on the Trond out icicles on fag two wife killer goes to death in Wyoming Gas chamber i Dewey formally enters Maryland gop primary Annapolis md., i it 19 an Thomas f. Dewey formally j entered the Maryland presidential preference primary today to seek i the state s 16 votes in the Reptah i mean National convention. Rawlins Veyo. April 19-with a minister s Farewell kiss on i lips. Stanley 8. Niger in year old farm hand died in a dining a a lethal a chamber today tor staying his estranged wife. At Lintzer a request the Rev. A ilium Young Church of god minister from Brush colo., kissed the condemned Man goodbye just before the Gas chamber was locked House to Lake Yugoslavia uncovers up Wagner act nazi overthrow plot Way cleared to consider recommended amendments Washington april 19 j the House rules committee unexpectedly cleared the Way today i for the House to take up soon legislation to Amend the Wagner j act. Procedure which the committee approved 9 to i would permit the House to consider both the set of j our amendments approved by the j House labor committee and the More sweeping changes put Forward by the Smith committee the Independent House croup headed by rep. Smith. A a. Which recently investigated the j labor Board. Wide open Dehate Rule committeemen said this j procedure would permit a wide open debate on the entire ques j Tion of Wagner act changes. The labor committee s Amend i ments would increase the labor Hoard from three to five member. Protect Craft unions permit pm j it out inned on fag Tho Belgrade april it a up a Discolour of a plot to Mer throw the go vent to in tit of i eel tiler dry Gin Tiet Ken in Ware mirth i Turin in Quarter close to the government follow lug an announcement Timi former Premier Milan Slonia Dimill would he interned in n Mountain fastness under heal guard. Riles source indicated that Success of the plot had hinged on Eiith of German troops into yugoslav in. Slowdown in a taken into Eti Stod after a police raid on ids Home disclosed document linking him with nazi a fifth column activity in \ a Oslai in a at Tivin Dang end a a Cabinet communique drafted for publication Iii i Ugo no newspaper tomorrow said Sto admin in a ordered interned because a this act ii Iii was dangerous to the peace and order of the details of the plot. A a was asserted were i cow Ted when police examined private papers Sec in a Midnight raid on Ilo former Premier Home on tuesday. Two of to Adl Novice a Follower who were members of Iii Cabinet a Tosovic and Detira yank Ovle Are under close Pollee Hatch on suspicion of participation in the plot. Quantities of document found in their Home were examined Lei the i i ice whee also occupied the premise of the serbian Radical pact which formed recently. Hastened to hideaway Ste Ari Llode was ordered taken to the Mountain Village of Sudnik in a police car accompanied by detective and gendarme armed with repeating Rifle Pollee car hearing other armed men were time red to Lead the a and bring up the rear in order to forestall Jinx possible attempt by i Follower to free the sex Premier Gott Laue in rag two f

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