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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Ivy Al ii or pay with occasional rain monday fair Ami Coaler. Tue High Point Enterprise vol. 56�?no. 56 member Assfy a rated pres. High Point n. C., sunday morning. February 25, 1010 Complete Nea service High Point tin Conter diversified enterprises prick five cent Hitler delivers defiant War message a a a a a a a a a or to i russians capture finn Island strongholds. Honors sailors Kine Worpe Groat Britain is shown in this Marlin photo ? floor Atod Lieut. N. K. Todd extreme left the British Cruiser Ajax with a misusing service Cross As a part the a la ceremony in which the Empire honoured ans the a Battle Montevideo which led to the destruction the German hat in Admiral Graf sgt be. Left to right Todd King George capt. F. S. Bell the or Exeter. First sea lord sir Dudley Pound prime minister Chamberlain. Winston a chill first lord the admiralty. I Western part i Mannerheim line weakened defenders still hold Vii Puri under terrific attack Moscow feb. 25.�? Sun Lay map a the occupation the strongly fortified islands Koivisto tour Insari my Pii Saari with the capture 12 heavy coastal Tower guns was claimed today by the russian army in a communique issued by the Leningrad military Headquarters. The communique said that while fighting yesterday soviet troop a occupied the islands Koivisto Bjork sea tour Insari and Pil Saari strongly fortified with Iron and Concrete forts. A Twenty two guns including twelve heavy coastal ten and six Inch Tower guns and Field and Zenith guns and a great number heavy machine guns and peace and Security asserts Reich not possible now says Chamberlain British minister rules out any truce with present German government As incapable future european safety by Robert e. Bunnell London feb. 24.�? apr prime minister Chamar-1 lain today flatly ruled out any peace with the present Ger-1 Man government As incapable guaranteeing future Security to Europe. As he pledged a fight to the. A finish a until we Are satisfied that dumps munitions were Cap Buck president the a Mer reman admits brutal neutrals will Redding night slaying assume stand tured on these a a a a a Vii Puri still held by finnish forces Freedom is Safe a the conflict with Germany produced these new results the naval trawler Ren Volio .�?~152-ton vessel engaged in mine sweeping. Sank after hitting a mine with ten her men lost. The vessel was the 30th the British Navy 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 dismembered Czecho Slovakia. Pnno Gorg i Dot Isis said besides Prague Points and publishers was Kph a Bur will carry on to end hails Providence claims god As ally and Japan Russia Italy As friends by Edwin Shan be Munich Fob. 24.�? apr Adolf Hitler cried out to three German submarines and a merchantman had rammed and night that Germany will fight sunk another a until the terror the Plu .j?,.f,0,he0, we the i oracles has been broken Quot foundering the British Steamer i declared Tho a three mighty Bick arrested ican society i Antholz Ami Ruusu Aiichi a wets i and Bremen. One plane made a arrested at Phoenix ariz., by forced Landing in Belgium the sheriff Lon Jordan who said lie had a telegraphic warrant Royal Archer 2.266 tons while being towed after striking a mine. Danish advices said the 1,206-ton danish ship Asse had been sunk in the Atlantic with 16 seamen lost. Winding up a series Pep meetings by Cabinet ministers with an address in his Hometown Birmingham the gaunt 70-year old Chamberlain delivered one his sharpest fight talks the War. Chamberlain decried nazi Aims room beaten to death burned in Home i Washington Bride seriously Hurt coma wash., feb. 24.�T��?-- p a undersheriff Clyde Uthit last night Ord came to the Dos said tonight John 42, tall gaunt Tacoma an. Had confessed the i wedding night slaying norwegian envoy suggests a parallel action4 preserve neutrality Rosier Homo and demanded Entrance. Noster protested Sud old broke in through a screen door. He struck mrs. Rosier knocking her to the floor. When Rosier intervened Ord shot him. He then ked up s stove poker and be to the bridegroom repeatedly Over a a the head. Denied however the officer Quot Pomeroy steeping to in and any connection with in joining room Ard the shot and i a Man who successfully ousted his common Law i Helsinki feb. 24 it to strategically spread red army dead littering the Snow at rate 6,000 in two Days reported tonight by the finnish High command to he striking massively at the Island environs Vii Puri from a captured coastal base Only 7 it Miles away. From Kaisi Ahti nestled on the War wrecked Gulf Finland railway. Just below Finland a erstwhile second City and from to and i via to it1- Miles further Aith. My once the Western Anchor Fin Lity lands Mannerheim line the Bov on let offensive stretched out Over Ara the Gulf ice to Hammer re i from Missoula mont., charge a ing Buck with attempted exit it put iat turned the couple s Hon to rot rage into a funeral after the Bride and a third and Bern wounded. Body Hale r Rosier 56, a Moed last night from the his suburban Home his Myra. 36 reported by is to have lived with Ord i years Clung to life in a i Abdomen. Ii. I \ i i n g Pomeroy 50, who lived in a Home was beaten bewitch a poker was arrested after taking Osier to a Hospital Lea said both mrs. Rosier Romerojr signed statements re invaded the Home. K a i i a i to legroom and injured them be this summarized version r statements s. Rosier and Pomeroy said Copenhagen. Few a program a parallel act to enable Denmark. Norway Sweden to guard their neuter under the most threatening editions they have faced in y was visualized by norwegian i Niah defenders on the foreign minister halvdan Koht islands in Vii Puri Bay. He arrived today for talks attempting pincers with representatives the other eastward other divisions press two scandinavian nations. J on against the finnish land de Koht. Who said that a the sense Between the Gulf and its i tort Ion in trying to collect the fees from radio stations for Quot broadcasting musical selections which Buck claims his organization owns or controls. Georgians vote for Roosevelt a destruction Britain and Crew All were arrested i a domination the Ihrke nazi his Hinr Maritain on the other hand he the British press reported 1 Ftp cheers the crowd without official confirmation that i Royal air Force planes had sunk continued on Page two Fin Ding nation first preferential ballot rive third term landslide investigated. Ord attacked pome-1 sharpened sea warfare would Bell Ake Mola. Striving to Roy with the poker knocking him i one the principal topics Dis a pincers action on Vii Puri cussed went into conference at this City once a modern once with the danish foreign 74.000 now is a virtual minister or. Peter Munch. Bat area. Its buildings w til nth or to arrive by Sheila and its non combat the talks Are expected to gel ants moved away. Under Way in Earnest after the i the finns said these Gulf and unconscious. Soaked Nosler in Oil a word then turned his attention to mrs. Rosier beating leu with a piece cordwood. When mrs Rosier regained consciousness she saw Ord leaning Over her husband pouring kerosene on his clothing. Rosier plete town com eked. Attempted to Rise. Detained in Stockholm by a Spe hut Ord struck him Down with the Raj meeting the Riksdag at rival Sweden a foreign minis a land attacks dire Ted at Vii Puri ter. Christian Gunther who was los horsemen Ike called it thou hand South Tern w Harf workers in out it mi<111ilt111 Isonville Al. Feb 31 ight Thiim Tel i o 11 a -11 a n a Quot rho handle the cargoes ise ship touching poll in out Hen i Ltd la Cit irs set Iii Iii for a walkout far hither minute mediation efforts Ming made by James l i the maritime la hoi hut he declined to pre chess for Iii attempts to he strike. Bartlett executive Gen int the Clyd Mallory hip line ii my chairman at i Perez negotiating comm it a he knew no develop hot would indicate a aet was in night. Us ent Imp St Grayson Leader the Remon h local an Amerl aeration labor affiliated the longshoremen who a Oast Lse ships want a Oost to cents an hour pay will he in line with revived by wharf worker ii 11 a and a aloud Dee p a a Coas Iii vessels longshoremen in we n. Charleston s i the tin Jacksonville i m i Cree Fla port Everglades Miami Fin and i Uinn e involved put said lie hoped the you id permit the unload ship which were at sen in at Tiff was called. Poker and applied a match to his clothing. A mrs. Rosier crawled Over and got a Rug and threw it around her husbands body. Ord then shot her and dragged her onto the front a 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 s entreaties caused him to change his mind and he drove her to his Home four Miles away. A after mrs. Rosier promised to keep her Mouth shut Ord took her to piece county Hospital then Foley today All its information left. Lister he returned and was i concerning allegedly forged let arrested. Parliament summoned for tomorrow. The meeting the foreign ministers finds their nations vitally affected by War at sea which already has coat them More than continued on Page a two Federal District attorney Given die Spelley findings Washington. Feb 24 up a the Dies committee turned to Over the Federal District at aim school tera which purposed to link its chairman rep. Dies a Tex i w Ith William Dudley Pelley Leader the Silver shirt legion. Dies himself transmitted the d v r h a a feb. 24.�? a it a Cor Muse evidence to David Pine a heated russian losses members Abc boards in the u. A. Attorney and asked him to control counties North Caro i present the documents to the Lins decided at a meeting Here grand jury for a appropriate tonight to conduct h school for action not Only a with reference Abc enforcement officers in co a to the charge that other persons operation with the Institute aided and abetted the commission government in Chapel Hill. the president state plans Donaldsonville Ca. Feb. 24.�?-president Franklin d. Roosevelt received a vote a landslide proportions to head again the democratic ticket in a make believe Seminole county preference primary Here today. The president was the first from five Points resulted in a too ice 841 voters with vice heavy russian losses that six i let re Hienl John Garner second tanks and six batteries were Dew a 18 Secretary state Cor stroked. Hut the finns did not i item Huu the rip a a a Quot for this time say the attacks were fim rho,0, National democratic repulsed. Chairman James a. Farley 2 on the finn. Left flank i be Quot a or whelp rot motion. 2 Lake Mola two Kus Ian do administrator Paul v. Mcnutt 2, and senator Ashmen upended Law. Wlm a a a. I were declared to have Heel. The George Vole a. A written wholly annihilated a Friday after in on the printed ballot piercing the finnish lines. More hell Hein exp Choice specific soviet tosses were totalled As a second Cholee candidate. In up to Over 2.350, As follows Case Roosevelt should decline a losses at Salmen k Uta i Bird term Secretary state Hull Salme Kaita. East Lake my a Quot elven a substantial Lead totalling 2 4 5. The president received on Only one vote for second Choice chairman Farley 154. Garner 78. Wheeler la Mcnutt 9, George 3, and former governor Eugene tal Madge Georgia i a write in. The vote although unofficial and not binding in any Way attracted attention in that it was the first Public expression by actual Jia lot on potential democratic presidential candidates. So keen was the local interest that 868 the 1,500 eligible voters marked the printed ballots a number equal to the average regular turks Cal for civil mobilization War shadows hover in near East As Battle with Russia seems certain Istanbul feb. 25.�? sunday map a taking Steps amounting virtually to civil mobilization. Turkey Imlay applied new emergency measures As the possibility War in the near fast was regarded with increasing apprehension in this country the government coordination a Ola. More than dead machine guns and other arms i the Field Northeast Lake Adoga a about 1,000 killed 15 tanks at Kuohao on the Central Eastern front a the enemy lost 350 killed a the Day previous the finns Washington feb. 2 4.- up a senator Bankhead a Alaan administration supporter said today that a it would he better for All concerned president Roosevelt announced at once his attitude toward a third term. The Alabama senator who is supporting his brother speaker Bankhead for the democratic presidential nomination told reporters Retter move a the president should give expression to what he is going to do. I done to think there is much disagreement on the Point that he should make ins intentions know. It would be better for All concerned including the president he would make a Bankhead asserted that i. 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 he no test sentiment so Long As the president remains first new dealer Bankhead is the first new Deal senator to suggest that or. Roosevelt declare his intentions. Similar suggestions were made this week by senators Johnson a Colo and met Carrat a Nev. Meanwhile. It was made known that vice president Garner will not enter the Nebraska primary because he be Nieves ii in entry might Inin the renomination chances senator Burke a neb one hts chief supporters. Or. Roosevelt a supporters have arranged for his entry in the race. At the extreme Eastern end i the line near Taipale the finns counter attacked and destroyed two soviet tanks. Today a communique was the first finnish admission that Kol Visto had fallen with its fortifications batteries and coastal artillery on an off Shore Island the announcement likewise disclosed a rapid russian Advance up the railway to the station Kais in lit i. 7s Miles South Vii Puri. I presumably As a result the finnish Retreat to a new line defences just before Vii Puri. Ii it tix it lighter Kaisi Ahti however is hemmed in by islands at least some continued on Page two committee which was formed to place Industry and Commerce on virtual War time basis. Inaugurated obligatory labor system in the Regli Coal Basin. Under the plan expected to be extended quickly workers in All Industry would not he permitted to leave their jobs. Officers arrive general Aff officers arrived from Ankara for final Steps in organizing Istanbul a defences against any possible air and sea bombardments. More British and French technicians arrived to help make the country ready or War. Turkish newspapers predicted that War Between the allies and soviet Russia was certain especially Russia becomes an important source supplies. It was asserted that in Auh Case the allies would move immediately against the Rich Baku Oil Fields Russia on the Caspian sea. The newspaper yen Sabah closely connected with the turkish government declared Quot both the logical and Legal just Flat Ion already exist for Britain and France to declare War on Russia a ready to fight official quarters reiterated that Turkey was ready to fight to defend her own Security. Turkey earlier had been virtually isolated by a storm which swept across Southeastern Europe Aud turkish offi continued on Page two old St. Nick makes belated Call Iii Bayou St Andrews Mission Bayon do Large. I a. Feb. 24. A up a Santa Claus made his last Call the 1939 Christmas season Here today in a Semi tropical downpour and now he can get Hack to his North pole toy factory to get the 1940 models into production. St. Nick in the person the Rev. Skardon do Aubert finally got to the head the Bayou deep in the Gulf coastal swamp and distributed his toys and gifts to too entranced children even As at Christmas time. They Sang a Psi Lent night a there was a Christmas tree and everything. Trappe it to children the children Are the sons and daughters Louisiana trappers who at Christmas time Are spread far and wide through Louisiana s nameless bayous in Pursuit the Muskrat and Mink. Rut the season ended last week Aud they have returned to the settlement now school reopens next week after a two months Holiday while the children accompanied their parents. Ting to o deny living Cham Reich places strict censorship on news concerning Welles visit report new treaty for Italy Reich i lid Iea i ions Are Ilia Germany ill rive Finis Gary warm Welcome by Lovik p. Lochner Berlin. Feb. 24.- aha nazi Germany tonight placed a strict official ban on publication news the impending visit United states undersecretary state Sumner Welles but never topless put its Best foot Forward to Welcome president Roosevelt s fact finding emissary. Although it was emphasized that the program for the visit 1934 commercial Accord to which includes an audience with Adolf Hitler next tuesday or wednesday would be carried out without the press getting so much As a peek at it authorised sources disclosed the schedule was Complete ii m Idi s Welcome there is Little doubt but that the american will get h dignified and Hearty Welcome. Rome. Feb. 2 4.�? a a a new Trade pact has been signed by Italy and Germany authoritative informants said tonight revising their meet wartime conditions. Tho revised pact it was said. Was signed by or. Hurl Medius. German economic plenipotentiary and senator Amidon Glan-111 ii i representing the italian foreign ministry. No announcement its contents was made hut an official statement was expected later. As the War goes on German statesmen see More and More that the United states neutrality Law has 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 on the United states virtually have ceased. Some papers even from time to time have commended american neutrality legislation to european neutrals As Worth emulating. Wide criticism there has been criticism in the press and in circles close to the government the Sale eight United states line vessel to a belgian firm but this has largely taken the line that Belgium by a a tolerating the Deal compromised her neutrality. The ships Are to touch at French and English ports. All departments the govern which in the course Welles visit it will become necessary or desirable to have at hand. Welles ranks High Welles himself ranks in the mind German officialdom largely As a result the reports ambassador huns Dieckhoff Long Back in Berlin As a Man with a a photographic mind Quot who Wmk take Hack to or. Roosevelt and Secretary state Hull an absolutely True trustworthy and in retouched picture what Hitler foreign Secretary Joachim von Ribbentrop and other leaders disclose to him. Before the lid was screwed Down on publication information regarding the visit and applied to the foreign press insofar As information from German sources is concerned it was Learned that Welles first official Contact would be with von Ribben trop. The foreign Secretary then Mont have been put on the qui i will take the american visitor to Vive to Supply any information see Inlet. States 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 Quot the hand 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 Quot for six years. A do you think Providence would have blessed us Only to drop us now a he asked. Quot there is a god he creates people with equal rights Quot stronger than in Imp today s Germany he said is stronger in every Way than the Imperial Reich 1914�?hut, especially in its leadership. Preceded by the blood stained Flag which headed his marchers in the abortive he or cellar Putsch 1923 and surrounded by old party fight ors Hitler came to Munich s Hauf Brau Hall ton get to commemorate the founding the nazi party and it adoption a 25-Point program 20 tears ago it was his first poet h in Munich since the Burlet Brathas explosion wrecked the scene the origins Beer cellar plot and killed eight persons shortly after Hitler had left. On the eve United states undersecretary state Sumner Welles arrival in Europe for a feeling out possible ways to peace the fuehrer gave a defiant War mess or to his nation and to the world threat smash anyone who seeks Germany her rightful spate jeering at Quot these berlins and their Fop sneering Winston Churchill and disdaining to reveal specific War Aims. Mentions terms he did mention his terms prior to the Start the War and described them As modest a Security our living space return our colonies a but his present Price for peace went unnamed. A what we Are fighting against a continue on it Duce will hold official View Welles must collect opinions in other european capitals first Rome. Feb. 24-- the authoritative sources said tonight on the eve the arrival two Persona emissaries president Roosevelt that Benito Musolini probably would wait until undersecretary Sumner Welles has visited Berlin Paris and London before giving him Dalys official View the european conflict these sources said visits Welles to foreign minister fount Plano and perhaps it Mussolini expected next week Likely would he Courtesy affairs i Flom ath is l t i Iai ions diplomatic speculation on the Mission United states undersecretary state Sumner Welles ranged from suggestions that it was a quest for a practical peace plan to he advanced by Washington to others that it indicated America ultimately would participate in the War. The status Myron cd. Taylor who will represent the president at the Vatican was considered to he More self evident since president Roosevelt has said Taylor would he ready to cooperate with Pope plus Xii in any Effort to reestablish a. European Pence arrive today Welles and Taylor will arrive at Naples tomorrow. Monday Welles is expected to interview both Premier Mussolini and his son in Law foreign Minster fount Galeazzo Fiano. Tuesday. Calls at the French British and German embassies Are believed to be on his program since his projected our includes visit to those nations

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