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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 22, 1940, High Point, North Carolina P Voe two Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina thursday february 2 More about senators push continued from Page one a i m lot Neutral but i done to like that sort of treatment a he added. A they Are not making any friendships that Truman recalled that he had raid on previous occasions that Iii syr Patli Elk were with England and France in their War Avith Germany. Senator Nye uni said he thought the use of armed marines allowed a a Nice Friendly attitude toward a would be a if the other Side had done it. I know where we would be be observed. More about Britain cleaning continued from Page one and a Clever Arranger of traps on the testimony of his pursuers. In addition to the usual raids and ambushes he is blamed for planting crude bombs on British Parade grounds connecting Telephone circuits with electric Power lines and poisoning Wells. More about rumanian army continued from Page one the Edge in the Competition for rumanian Oil. Both the British and the French have pointedly informed Bucharest that they might be compelled to reconsider their guarantees of Rumania against snack if King carols regime favored Germany on Oil. Concern heightened Allied concern had been heightened by the fact that British and French along we Ith americans and other foreigners own 80 per cent of the rumanian Oil Industry and the allies were confronted with the possibility that rumanian a new Petroleum control Board armed with dictatorial Powers would Levy against British and French production to fill Germany s needs. Sues for Chance to make a living flip China reports that farm crops in chinese controlled areas last year were 7 per cent greater than in 1938. At an auction in East London South Africa a pair of false Teeth Worth $75 brought 75 tents. Hey boys girls Yoyo contest saturday morning 9 45 free prizes. In person on our stage Glenn Eipper world s Champion free a so genuine Duncan Yoyo a one tournament sweater a 25 other prizes contest open to everyone just be Here saturday a also 2 hours screen program spa claiming that his right to make a living was jeopardized Richard g. Scott won a suit against the los Angeles turf club which he said deprived him of that right by barring him from j Santa Anita race track and consequently from the parimutuel machines. Broadhurst theatre sat. Morning introducing the toughest Little mugs in pictures a it up if you think the dead end kid Are Tough then you should see the East Side they f a a ainu to afraid of no tin a they do is fight and raise Cane. Japan a used spoon tons of tin Cana last year but needed 20,000 tons More. Coloured bread to match the j decorative scheme of the dining room is sold in Spokane Wash. More about finns report continued from pure one Hopes of stopping the russian military machine. Finland called the classes of isp4 and 1 895 a men 4 4 to 4 6 years old to report to mobilization centers the three preceding classes were mobilized last week my scouting flights the finnish High command reported new scouting flights behind the soviet lines and bombing raids on red army troops by night. In continued Aerial activity Over the War zone the finns said several russian formations with As Many As 50 planes each had been sighted. A blizzard Tho first this month was counted As a defensive asset by the finns who repeated their Story of heavy russian casualties and Light losses for themselves. February normally is a bitter. Snowy month in this Region and the worsening of the weather is described As lending new heart to the Bard pressed finn. Despite the weather. Soviet bombers continued to raid finnish cities and towns yesterday. Al Chi of has it Jose Cut Wade Werner chief of the associated press staff in finland1, was caught in one of these raids at a Railroad station 50 Miles j West of sorta Ala. The town unnamed for Rnell i tary reasons already was a Jumble of wrecked and burning buildings from ave night raids when he arrived yesterday Werner said. Nevertheless he bad hardly stepped front the platform to a cafe when the bombers returned. Quot it seemed incredible after All the damage they had done the night before a he said a shut i took shelter in the Wood with some townspeople. A had spent most of the previous night jumping out of the train and standing in the Snow during similar alarms a half hour later Tho Clear signal was Given hut a new alarm sounded almost immediately a aft bombers appeared. After the second dash to the Woods Werner said he resolved to run no More. So for the successive returns of the bombers he alternately ducked under freight Rara and crawled into Eul i verts with other train passenger. Thiak today Remter More about coastal ships confined from Page one which dropped bomb hut withdrew when the trawler which escaped damage replied with machine gun fire. Eye witnesses ashore reported that the trawler named the outfall was attacked by two planes flying so Low that their marking could not he seen from Laud until they banked for turn. British fighting planes flew out to sea after the attack on the trawler and a Little later an a explosion was heard. News of coloured people Hust i n in High Point a East Side kids la Fri. For amount sat. To Here come the brides Priscilla Lane a Rosemary Lane Lola Lane a Gale Page \ join the honeymoon lanes at they Start out on their happier adventure. Grand reunion of americans favorite four. They Are Gayer prettier a Marter and wittier than Ever before. Four wives with Claude Rains Jeffrey Lynn a Eddie Albert May Robson Frank i it ugh Dit k Koran tomorrow saturday the character of Quot Mickey Borden Quot a he appeared in Quot four daughters a in portrayed by John Garfield j Muter a Tao a radio s favorite a information Elk ask Quot and new Louis Godoy fight pictures calling Philo Vance fio. A Nat. Big double show fat i Hauler serial Quot the Shadow Quot and Johnny Mai k Brov ii a in a a Ichii Fly ing a Quot defeats j him racking a Maish a mme in a new hum Antic riot Anh Sothen Franchot tone in Quot fast and furious Quot a on it age ii so a Piedmont outstanding Amateur contest a stars to come in glorious technicolor m i Vichy and ail Star c am in a Goldman it Illi is Quot a. it Quot re Awo lottery Racket exposed a missing evidence with Pii Eston Foster so Bool team defeat Wash it i i i am pin n i a by kit High the William Penn High girl and boy basketball handed an overwhelming to the team of George in ton Carver High school of Winston Salem in a game played on the local court wednesday evening. While the girls of William Penn have won All except two games the boy have been finishing on tile trailing end since the Al re to five game consequently. Their defeat of the Carver boys 48 to 26 indicates that they have found their stride again. The girls game ended 1.3-4 in favor of William Penn. Virgeous Gould who has been covering himself with sporting glory in the running guard position. Was shifted to Forward in wednesday even in a game. And As Good As he was in the former position he was even better in the new one. Making 20 Points. Gar Chavis trailed third Dent of found i personal stride in this game fur he made 15 Points a Chavis trailed third with la Points. Carver had a Brilliant double threat player in one of its guards. Cloud apparently he never quite adjusted himself to William Penns court it is smaller than their Home court. Nevertheless he made several Field goals from near the Center line Hierarchy of the marrying Roosevelt Veath local weather today noon. Low last night. High yesterday Cloudy married married Curtin Vav Insor Ruth Googins oct. 23. 1937. July 22, 1933 married married John Boettiger Katherine Leas Jan. In. 1935 dec. 15, 1938 not romancing will he marry to get children Romelle by agreement Schneider wedding scenes Are a familiar sight in the much marrying family of president Roosevelt. Father Franklin started the Cycle with his St. Patrick a Day marriage to Eleanor in 1905. His ave children now have seven weddings four in june and two divorces on their record with one More break coming up archbishop outlaws Parish after rebellion ill jag a. K a Sissy to a h n a int j my i in a defiant members of Cleveland a holy redeemer Catholic Church were placed under ecclesiastical interdict by archbishop Joseph Schrembs after a milling crowd of 1500 stopped the installation of Rev. Vincent Caruso As pastor because they preferred another priest. Picture shows crowd scattering before tear Gas fumes. The tear Gas bomb is said to have gone off accidentally in pocket of one of 60 policemen called to keep order. Interdiction is one of most severe penalties of the Catholic Church. Quiet reigns on altmark As diplomatic storm rages ,1 without the Ball Tho backboard. In the kill a moving William even touching game Penn the fast guards liar Noil Dunlap Hairston and Etmo responsible for holding the visitor Down to four Point. Ear Lone Davis a High a it Orr with nine Point. A a. Tile Beacon Light choral club has been called to meet at tile first Baptist Church Ping Ai 7 30 of clock. Each member is urged to he present. Tile six w club of women memorial a. E. Church will meet at the parsonage. 105 Eccles Street this evening at z of clock mrs. Elizabeth Adams will be the hostess. It ii 19 it 4# Palace theatre Salem Street comfortable enjoy Ahlf Thomasville coming tomorrow a calling All marines a with Ronalo Barry Ano Heien Mack a a a 4�7j, a fat life re amp last times toi Gay a waterfront a with Dennis Morgan ind Gloria Dickson on stage a stars of tomorrow a admission 25c admission Adi its Hildron 1 a a c a except thurs. Ioc it to of and saturdays ilk North Carolina a parti Anc continued cold tonight an preceded i in the no i the la afters possibly night. W i no Hatter jackson1 fresh we northerly Manl Shang partly weather generally Day. Sandy Hook to Hatt moderate northerly winds ton coming variable late Tont shifting to fresh Northwest Fri a Moon fair tonight increasing 1 f we i 1 v cd Snow squalls Friday after night a a a c Charlotte feb 22�?<ap>-weather Bureau records of the lure and rainfall for the ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the a. J station to. Asheville. 33 Atlanta. 3 Augusta. 47 Birmingham. 40 Charleston. 48 Charlotte. 45 Chicago. 32 Columbia. 4 Denver. 33 Detroit. 30 Evansville. 37 Galveston. 33 Greensboro. 43 Hatteras. 42 Jacksonville. 43 key West. 09 Little Rock. 40 los Augente. 73 Memphis. 37 Meridian. 43 Miami. 7 apis St. P. 29 Mobile. 43 it. Mitchell. 37 new Orleana. Is new York. 30 Raleigh. 47 san Antonio. 02 san Francisco. 00 Spartanburg 47 i am a 54 Washington. 41 Wilmington. 43 a a a a More Abou Harold Dahl it tinned from fag <1 reported to be in fairly health despite i Long of neat. Sceptical Man. Dahl Doc bin Al i la enter it Philadelphia feb. Ltd Edith Rogers dab. Blonde wife of Harold a a received with kept Iclain one jews that her flier h had won release from spat civil War prisoner. Pausing in a it a Char Al Spanish dance routine at Heater. Dahl 35 year Oli told newsmen a i would be very very f it were True by i hav it it so Many time before to not believe it until i recon fir nation from withing v s Dahl had been try obtain her husband i since i plane a shot july 12. 193 7, and he w prisoner by the Spanish i tat Force. A Hornet is Only a Largo according to an old aul Don. Hair grows faster in the of the Moon. A a a recently discovered in Lope Mountain. N. M., ii containing a chamber Mea More than three mile Ion 700 feet wide. Joan by starring Quot Mir Arst a Hal Roi woo oct i la Iii Rogers of Oneida Ltd j ii v your word Hei to re Tkv i a tin arts j War. And kit Ken a a Eric tit by ample i come Arik is Glamour so it Only with thi pierced ser none but i 1�? up Vanea radio photo Uncertain of their Fate internment or Freedom a hours of the German Steamer altmark stand idly about her deck As the prison ship remains hard aground in peaceful Gjessing fjord Norway. Meanwhile a diplomatic storm raged Over britons daring attack on the vessel and Rescue of 32b Ruby offer such values your credit jeweler 131 main St. Thoi

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