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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 3, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Weather fair to partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday the High Point Enterprise High in oin the Center of diversified manufacturing Enterprise vol. 56�?no. 155 member associated pues High Point. Y c., monday afternoon june 3, pm Complete Nea sek vice Price five cents Paris bombed by nazi Flag Salute is upheld by supreme court rules 8 to 11n favor of requiring patriotic gesture Washington june a a up a the supreme court held roast Tut tonal today a regulation requiring school children to Salute the american Flag. Justice Frankfurter delivered the 8 to i decision that sustained a Flag Salute requirement by the Minersville. Pa., school Hoard. Frankfurter said that Quot the Wisdom of training children in patriotic impulses by those compulsions which necessarily Prevade so much of the educational process is not for our Independent a the court he added a is not the Arena for debating issues of educational not in St Ope a it is not our Frankfurter continued a to choose among competing considerations in the Subtle process of securing effective loyalty to the traditional ideals of democracy y while respecting at the same time individual idiosyncrasies among a people so diversified in racial origins and religious All giant Hsnk a so to hold w Ould in feet make us the school Board for the country. That authority has not been Given to this court nor should we assume Justice Stone delivered a Lone dissent. Among other actions before adjourning until next october the court agreed to pass on litigation involving constitutionality of the wage hour Taw which fixed minimum pay and a maximum work week for employees. A Georgia lumber company challenged the Law. Denied an Appeal by the american medical association contesting a decision that it must stand trial on Justice department charges of violating the Sherman anti Trust Law by activities against a group health association in the District of Columbia. Agreed to review a Case in which the los Angeles times was Horton withdraws italian fair from second primary no county race by Mussolini behind the scenes War preparations continue with unabated Speed Rome june 3.�?mwthe i italian government today announced the indefinite Post a Monement of the 1942 Rome i exposition which Premier j Mussolini once referred to As proof that Italy was not plan Ning to go to War. The reason Given for the postponement was that several nations i had requested More time to repair exhibits. Germany claims 330,000 prisoners were captured around Flanders and Artois ital nazis continuing to Hammer Dunke que while preparing for another smash in West Bergues is occupied Berlin june 3. A a it a Tho capture of 330,000 Brit behind the scenes Mil Josh and French prisoners a in i i to leu a a cd >2 at i i _ _ Gary mobilization proceeded wit ii the Pink cards which Call up reservists being delivered at additional Homes every mail. M. Broughton the course of the big destructive Battle of Artois and Flanders was reported Toenail men of the provincial com j Day by the German High committees for the organization of i in Nane col a blood donors discussed plans to is f communique said meet emergency demands for this count was transfusions. Constantly increasing pressure in Sill importance j on Dunke que the allies exit the conference was officially j from the Flanders trap was re i by dealing with casualties described As having a unusual in t Utida by the High command but port a Nee at the present moment a a h acknowledged that nazi forces it was attended also by represent we it a being allowed Dow n by Allied rearguard resistance. Its communique indicated that Northern France still was the main Battlefield although nazi armies prepared for a new smash in the veal which informed quarters said might be launched anywhere Between Norway and the French Frontier were urged try j was Bonier the press to depart for country ri>4 i districts As the nation quietly Quot Nar its pm general mobilization plans i Merman watchword. 1 the High Conn thai Tho Allied irm Navy and air Taticea of the Force. The Delegate of the women s Section of the fascist party promised the cooperation of italian women. Resident of Turin. Italy s big Industrial Center close to the by american ambassador narrowly escapes death when bomb fails to explode in Paris Paris tune 3.�?�?Tho germans bombed Tho City of Paris today wrecking Many buildings setting numerous fires ripping up streets and killing and wounding scores of persons. Forty five persons were killed and 149 injured in Paris and its outskirts today in the German air attack on the capital it was officially announced tonight. Tile official figures were eight dead in Paris itself 37 in the outskirts 54 wounded in the City 95 in the outskirts. The raiders dropped a total of 1,050 bombs in the Paris area the announcement said of which 83 fell in Paris proper and 557 in the nearby outskirts. Reports still unverified said that 35 were killed including one american. The censor deleted 24 words apparent a Aling with casualties one of those who narrowly escaped was William Bullitt United states ambassador. A bomb fell six feet from him but failed to explode. Bullitt at the time was about to have lunch in a building which does not form a part of the embassy. Raleigh. June 3.�? pm Lieut. Gov. Wilkins p. Horton with a Drew from la democratic gubernatorial Campaign today. Horton a withdrawal gave the nomination to j. Melville Broughton Raleigh lawyer. The decision was announced shortly after one of clock this afternoon. Broughton said he was deeply gratified my sincerely believed the decision would Aid party Harmony. The state Board of elections an hour earlier had formally ruled that Horton was entitled to a second primary he got 106, 916 votes to take second place in the led with 147,386. It Ven Field Broughton convicted of contempt of court i publishing editorials concerning Caveness and Beverly Moore of Gre Cei Ved pluralities As the party a nomm Abor cases and a woman politician. The litigation involves the right of a newspaper to comment editorially on court cases period to a final settlement. Hot Legal denied a petition by Grover Cleveland Bergdoll. World War draft dodger seeking release from military prison on lie ground that he never was a legally inducted into the agreed to review a circuit court i to the people of High p decision holding that the nation in the primary. A1 i Hor Board has authority if a an agreement has been reached. To require an employer to enter into a written collective bargaining contract with a labor organisation. The litigation applied Spe cont in lied on Page two Robert f. Moseley Greensboro attorney announced this afternoon that he would withdraw his request for a second primary in Guilford county to select two democratic nominees for the state House of representatives. Or. Moseley s announcement came on the heels of a report from Raleigh that Wilkins p. Horton had withdrawn from the the effect of the Moseley withdrawal la to leave Rupert t. Pickens of High Point who received a majority and Shelley b. Thoro both of whom rein Guilford. Or. Moseley told the Enterprise that he had announced for the second primary with the understanding a state wide primary. Since there is no going would a a the Ruu Uty Hoard of election to in Shelley a Gay ties in High Point be came this afternoon said he wished to exp tha to t her Anno int for the i support t would be in said he i neat. I uce neuts at if Leal Ion gave him supreme court o review tax test Case will determine Validity of $250 annual privilege Levy Bill introduced to allow for to Call guardsmen Bill would Grant president emergency Powers after adjournment Pope Pius confers with papal Nuncio to Italy Washington. June 3.�?bth�? legislation was introduced in the House today to Grant president Roosevelt emergency Powers to a use any or All Reserve Compon Washington. June tip he supreme court agreed today to review a decision sustaining the constitutionality of a 1937 North in Robin i a a Quot i v a $ 0 an h privilege tax in companies i in of the army tot National de other the fun regular retail Mer fens after Congress has and rants in the state which display journey. Pimples in hotel rooms or rented Tho measure was offered by Bouses for the purpose of obtain chairman May i by of the ing orders for retail Sale Best and company inc Vatican City june 3.�? pm Pope Pius Xii conferred today with monsignor Francesco Bor Gogui Dilia papal Nuncio to Italy. What the pontiff discussed with the Nunda in a private audience in the Pope s Library was not disclosed but some foreign observers presumed their talk concerned the possibility of Italy entering the War. Pre in preparation for War. Throughout Italy the population. Convinced that the Zero hour i not far Distant anxiously awaited word As to where and when the first blow would be struck in behalf of Long agitated a National i mounted reservists found in their mail Pink slips ordering them to report to their regiments and they hastily exchanged civilian garb for uniforms. The individual notification Sya continued on pane two _ mrs. Burleson tries suicide sentenced to 12 years for slaying second wife of former husband Columbia a June j. Fth mrs. May Walker Burleson of Galveston. Texas sentenced to 13 years in state Penitentiary for slaying her divorced husbands second wife. Attempted to kill herself at Richland county jail at 10 is s in. Today As authorities prepared to Transfer her to the prison. Col. John Glenn Penitentiary superintendent said. Rushed to a Columbia Hospital in an ambulance mrs. Burleson was taken to the emergency operating room where a stomach pump was used in what attaches said was an Effort life. Glenn said mrs. Burleson told him she had taken Poison he added that six men held her on the operating table As the stomach pump was used. Glenn four Deputy sheriffs and a number of Penitentiary guards had gathered at the county jail to Transfer mrs. Burleson to the Penitentiary. Suddenly Glenn said she darted her hand to her face and put Throe Tablet in her Mouth. Glenn said on the Way to the Hospital mrs. Burleson told him he had concealed the tablets in a Telegraph envelope held Dunke que and to Channel port from the met emt u slow Quot terrain which has dated and crisscrossed oils nevertheless it forces entered Berg in i to South of Dun air Force Sod cd admitted guard still iat the tier West South because of been inn by numer most of the casualties it indicated to first reports v suffered in the Outi it ing distr and in slum sections of the Cit several bombs fell on a genially important building Paris but censorship tempura at least banned transmission its name or location. In by ook with said nazi is about live Perque. Artillery Supra the porting the steadily narrowing j buildings i German line around Dunke que Are keeping the Al Lea under j heavy lire without let up the i communique said t it reported two destroyers a j patrol boat and a 5,000-ton freighter sunk and a warship two destroyers and to merchant ships damaged by bomb hits in raids i yesterday on Dunke que. On the other hand it charged. A the enemy continued air raids against non military targets in Soldier immediate control of the bombed the swiftness and eff have planned since ii authorities put squads of men to work filling holes in h11 i s 18 d Side Aik up and Down some of the City s most fashionable boulevards and avenues bombs smashed into broke the pavements sent lamp posts bouncing into the streets and jolted Trees to their roots. Correspondent off duty but writes bombing i id tor t note William j. La ii in pm Rrok lanky native of Sali Ottury Maryland a member of the to coated pros Taff in part was off duty when the German air raiders attacked today and got a parisians get a a Lew of n modern air Horn hard i rent. Several paragraphs near the Start of hit dispatch were eliminated by the censor Britain keeps watchful Eye on Italy London reports that two Hospital ships were bombed by German planes by the so related press London june 3.�?Britain kept a watchful Eye on Italy today As the first phase of the nazi Blitzkrieg in Northern France entered the mopping up stage. Growing opinion that Italy <>00 will outer the War was reflex Tad in the evening Standard. Aircraft production minister lord it a iv-1 or Brooks a newspaper which said Italy might be an enemy a within a few this nation s mood of fatalist Confidence was summed up Bjk the Standard in Thesa word a there is no difference Between Italy and Britain which cannot i peaceably settled but if Ila chooses War we Are ready to Tisi to a trickle the How of British exiled tonary Force survivors fro across the Channel mean Whit thinned to a trickle As the get 1 to Kitty Usu i re men t by of 1 i of a nit in 1 pc from raid published by the havas Agency. French news Agency said a a several bombs fell in the Interior of Paris notably on private build con i limed on la be two continued on Page two a a a a a a. I a movie Mogul faces tax fraud charges Joseph Schenck is indicted it on 24 counts by grand jury population of City is 38,449 by William j. Humph Keyn Paris june 3. Map a the several bombs landed near the sirens across the River from where 1 House of the Duke and Duchess of j Rye began wailing at 1 20 p m. I Windsor. Down the Street from <7 20 a in. Est today and the where they live an apartment Thunder of the first exploding j building caved in. Next door to bombs was heard to minutes that place the neighbors starred later. Glumly through pane less windows my polish maid. Anna Malar. Into a Hole 40 feet deep scooped i who used to live in Massillon magically and Thunder ugly out of j Ohio rushed in and shut All the their front Yard. Windows. The first official bulletin on the then she gut Herod together new York. June 3.�?</p�? Joseph Schenck president and j Hoard chairman of the 20th Century Fox film corporation was indicted by a Federal grand jury today on 24 count of income tax Gaud conspiracy and making to save her false statement to a government investigator. The indictment resulted from a three months inquiry. I Belicki bookkeeper Joseph ii Moscow i Tiwa named a co defendant. Two indictment specified that Schenck had defrauded the government of More than $400,000 in taxes in 1935-7. The indictments said Schenck had fraudulently deducted from Ilia Gross income a losses Quot registered by ostensibly Selling Stock to friends in Hollywood and that he had written off As business expenses amounts that actually were personal. A few possessions and hurried to the air raid shelter in the basement. Then the bombing began in Earnest. For More than a if an hour the bombardment kept up steadily bombers i ii cling around there one word censored suburb. None fell nearer than a Block Sway however eight word censored it. Fourteen word censored continued on Page two the Pupil lift Ion of High Point a believe it or not a is Only in. 44�. The preliminary report of the liar Camii of the was Given to the Enterprise tills afternoon by e. A. Hughes of Raleigh area manager fur North it Aioli ii. Tin report signed by Ruby in it Arfield District supervisor stated them it Iula Tiomi of High Point x. A shoo ii by a preliminary count of the returns of tile kith census taken As of pril t. I Imo is to i ii As compared Vav it ii do 7 in on april i i Lido. The Imo figure Are pie i miliary and subject to correction. Three Day strike in shipyards Over Kearny. N. J., june 3.�? up thousands of worker ended in the huge Yards of Federal shipbuilding and dry Dock company today a three Day strike which had delayed construction of six United states warships i some 4oo came Hack at Midnight and then 5.000 More returned for the 6 30 a. Til. . I shift. The remainder of the 8,000 employees report Back for the evening shift. The sudden walkout j thursday Midnight halted work on two Cruiser and four destroy Len part of the nation s defense program. York City House military committee who of new j said a Reserve components include lied from a de the National guard and tin thi a Talon by the North Carolina supreme court holding that the tax a in no Way hampers the movement of goods in interstate Commerce. This a a test ease. Referring to a the vital import Anee of maintaining the Freedom of Commerce across state lines a he company asserted that if such in assessment were broadened it Hen Quot by degrees interstate bar Powers would extend also to use of the retired personnel of the regular army. May Bill would Grant the control should a a National emergency arise Between the Tim Congress adjourns and the convening of the new Congress next january. Or. Roosevelt asked last week that he he Given authority to Call Mere would he aet up and inter out the National guard to Active Tate Commerce the petition said the statute Ilso permitted counties and Rau Iii parities to impose a License tax ii an amount not to exceed that if the state. The company added hat last september it a remit cd to pay approximately $2,-Ioo to North Carolina counties and municipalities in order to Eon Luct five exhibits each lasting to or three Days. Duty if he found it necessary. Rep. Rayburn in teahouse democratic Leader told newsmen after a conference at the White House that legislative chiefs still half Hope of adjourning before the Start of the Republican National convention on june 24. The White House said that president Roosevelt intended to Quot impound part of the appropriations for government agencies a the North Carolina tax a the not vitally concerned with the dentition said a in directly aimed feline program. T and discriminates against in estate Commerce. Equality is at its theme xxx disc Iraina Lon is its in reply the North Carolina by was Millpond alike upon remora in is to Nee of Revenue said the rats and non residents and against a persons not otherwise axed As retail this step which coincided with Capitol Hill proposals for boosting special defense taxes beyond $65 6,000,000 a year is calculated to return nearly $200,000,000 to the Treasury in the year starting july i. Or. Roosevelt called in budget director Harold Smith this after Lonu Uund on i Afie two this map shows the Paris arca charts the distances to the front strategic highways railroads. In this area May be fought the next big Battle of the second world War. T two British Hospital ships the Worthing and Paris both former Croas Ehat Mel passenger ships were bombed and a Iachine Gunard by German planes off the French coast yesterday it was announced. The part was abandoned bul the Worthing returned to an English port. The Only casualty reported was a 17-year-old of killed. Neither ship was carrying b. E. F. Wounded. A warning to expect the army a heaviest casualties of the War of far a indicated by disclosure that the Duke of Northumberland and other prominent britons had been killed in action in Flanders. Resides the 27-year-old Duke a lieutenant in the crack Grenader continued on Page two a a a a Paris bombing is described associated press correspondent Okin in area this morning to Lur k note Robert Okin a Lurk Nurk n. J., member of the associated pre foreign staff recently arrived in Paris from Brussels. Ile is no stranger to air bombing since he spent More than a year Iii Barcelona during the Spanish War. This is his account of the German raid on Paris today. A by of Ibert Okin Paris june 3 Pic Titre bombs fell a Hundred and fifty Yards from where i was lunching today four words censored in the Brilliant Sunshine of a june Day. The cafe where i was sitting trembled a though in an earthquake and the shrill whine of bombs was plainly audible before tile explosives crushed just around the Corner. One flattened a District Post of fice into a muss of rubble. Another apparently a Small one nearly took the Corner Oil in apartment House a third hit diagonally into the cellar of a Bauk leaving Lite Bank standing for an area of a Block around where each bomb struck the streets were littered with Glass and mortar. Piece of steel girder Lay crumpled Iii the Middle of the Street in the distance Black smoke was rising from a fire and the air was thick with dust for hut an hour after the bombs dropped. People sat calmly at tables in the cafe As the bombs fell. One Man called for More wine in Between explosions. Several army officers Laid Down their Forks but others continued to eat calmly. A few people went into the Bate me lit. A girl cyclist spotted with blood from helping the injured told her Story to wide eyed neighbors. On the Balcony of the House whose Corner had been hit by a Horn ii a Young girl stared at the gaping Hole a few feet away two Post meat called to a com Raile a you go borne there to it work a thank god i a Bunn r dinner a the postman called Bis

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