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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina W Eather partly Churly tonight Ami a eco my a Lay. The High Point Enterprise High Point Industry at High Point offers Good Opportunity for year around work nol. 55 no. 157 mum ukr associated press High Point n. Tips a afternoon june it 1939 completes aka service Price live cents British Steelworker held student flier headed for Europe crashes out at sea shooting meet to mobilize morals against War Bisti of Fisheri american and foreigner gathered at the meeting for moral rearmament in Washington heard senator Harry s. Truman of Missouri rigid read a menage from president Roosevelt declaring that the movement cannot fail to Lessen the peril of War. Tither speakers pictured Alane Are it a. Frank Ruch Man left head of the Oxford i roup Ami general to. P. It. Winter Oxfordshire England rare horse Trainer. Pension program receives boost last minute bulletins Chapman sucker Dunkelberger St. Germain prance june Chapman of Green Urich conn., him the International Amateur Golf championship of France Imlay by defeating Jacques , former French Champion a and 4 in their 36-Hole final match. A fatally Injurer Greensboro. June 6.�? pm a miss Mildred Catherine Hester in recently moved to this City from Raleigh xxx As fatally injured about 5 h0 o clock this morning xxx Lien lie automobile in xxx Hatch she xxx As Riding crashed into the abutment of a Bridge near the Northern limits of this City. A. Princess fined London june a. A Guy Princess rate i aril american Horn wife of Prince Chr him to Tii of Egypt was fined $125 today on a Drunken driving charge after the court had heard testimony that she had embarrassed a Pollee doctor xxx till remarks like a Don t kiss me too much Aud a us to me on the a a a a japs hold British work Khz Shanghai. June 6. A i a k. M. Tinkler 45-year-old British employee of a British owned Cotton Mill was held incommunicado in Headquarters of the japanese naval lauding party today following a clash a it ii japanese in the Potung Industrial Section across the Liang poo Lliter from Shanghai. A Umak old girl slain Easley s. C., june to. A a in slashed repeatedly about the Throat arms Ami body during a futile flight for her life miss Ruby 4-.ee Bowling to textile a worker lied shortly after six of clock this morning in a Yard across the Street from her Home at Alice Mill hinge. Appeal Balker Kaleigh june 6. A of a attorney general Harry Mcmillan said today that the United states supreme court had refused to consider ail Appeal by Belk Brothers company of Charlotte from a state supreme court decision holding the firm had to the North Carolina Chain store tax. Bra Rock fake signer new York. June a. A in James j. Braddock former worlds heavyweight Champion accepted terms today to meet Tommy Farr of Wales Iii a 15-round fight in Earl s court stadium London july nth. Gamelin receiver London june 6 up Mau Rice Gustave Gamelin general Iii chief of French armed forces was greeted by Heads of the British army Navy Aud air Force in a military reception today upon his arrival for staff talks. B. And l. Leg e to meet Quot we have a work before Illinois re Presentati a brands presidents plan As everlasting Washington. June 6.- a it a the House starting at least three Days of debate on social Security act amendment heard Hep. Sabath Dill declare today that the president and the democratic party should have the a everlasting thanks of the american people for the pension program. He urged the members not to consume the allotted eight hours of general debate on the Hundred Page Hill because great Deal of othe representative Rich interrupted to remark that Lief a the amendments go far enough and Saba yoked a round of laughter he asked Rich the to i Rich frequently asks Quot where Are you going the Money a Rich retorted that Sain the Fitt Democrat he hat inquire where the Money for any of the new Deal program was coming from. Leahy nominated other developments of the Day president Roosevelt sent two nominations to the Senate that of Admiral William d. I easy to he governor of puerto Rico and Edward j. Noble to be undersecretary of Commerce a two year Extension of the administration s emergency authority to devalue the Dollar further to maintain the $2,000,-000,000 stabilization fund and to buy domestically minded Silver at prices above the world Market was approved by the Senate banking committee. Senator Tydings a met told the Senate the slum clearance program of the United states housing authority constituted a system of a a state he spoke during debate on a Hill by senator Wagner to by to increase from $800,000,000 to $ i 600,000,000 the borrowing authority of the usha. In working for social Security amendments. House leaders used procedure More favourable to passage than the stringent rules by which the House refused yester to tinned do Page of Pennsylvania lad picked up by trawler friends believe eventual destination was continent a 10-hour flying student Chatham. Mass. June 6.- apr apparently lost 250 Miles at sea a flier believer to be a Heston Bushelman of Carlisle pa., was rescued today after bringing his two place High Wing monoplane Down on the Georges fishing Banks withing sight of at least three Boston fishing trawlers. Fishermen aboard the trawler Villanova hauled him to safety just before the plane Sank in water 40 fathoms deep. Eshelman was not injured. Eshelman left Camden. N. J., Airport last night with Only sufficient gasoline for 175 Miles of flying. A plane believed to be his was sighted at 6 a in. By the trawler storm. Shortly thereafter the Pilot dropped a message asking the direction of the nearest land. The storm reported the number of the ship appeared to be Dlo-22-70, which indicated it was of foreign registry. The number of Eshelman a plane was nc--20-Dg the Rescue was reported by the trawler Triton which said her Crew was dragging for the ship. Believer off for Al Kope Camden. N. J., june a a i a persons close to Cheston Eshelman said although the 22-year-old student flier had not discussed his plans with them. They believed he was trying to hop to Europe when his rented plane plunged into the sea today off Cape cod. Edward Wall. Manager of the flying school from which the Young pennsylvanian leased the instrument equipped plane for an hours flight last night said Quot what he wanted most was instruction on radio and Compass flying something the newcomer usually lets Quot that a what makes me think he May have had something More than a Mere land cruise Iii mind when he took Walz added. The flight was Eshelman a second time up alone. Capital prepares for Royal visit a awaits decorations i Complete tomorrow for two Day pageant of Good via ill by John m. Hightower Washington. June 6�?t/u the steel Gray lamp posts along historic Pennsylvania Avenue were sprouting red. White and Bine British and american flags today first visible evidence of the two Day pageant of Good will honouring the King and Queen of England. From Union station where the Royal couple will arrive thursday morning to the White House where they will stay overnight banners and Bunting were being Hung. Decorations will he completed tomorrow when Shields bearing the United states coat of arms and others inscribed Quot Ore a George Rex Elizabeth Are put in place beneath the flags. Secretary of state Hull and sir Ronald Lindsay the British ambassador will leave tonight to Greet the Royal visitors at Niagara Falls we Hen they Cross into this country from Canada tomorrow night. I sightseers on hand meanwhile the Vanguard of thousands of sightseers began to arrive in the capital. Some officials predicted these would swell to half a million the throng flanking the two mile route of thursdays Parade. Window space on tile upper floors of store buildings is going at a Premium prices per window Range up to $30. Capital police to i operating closely with the secret service have been asked to keep Tab on the Quot Box seat Quot spectators. The show according to persons who participated in the recent similar Welcome for the president of Nicaragua will be a better one for those in the procession than for the sidewalk or even the be Ond Story onlookers. Procession the president the King and the members of their parties occupying a dozen or More automobiles will have the Best vat w of the 6,-000 soldiers and sailors the flags and the crowds. The troops will line the streets and face the procession. Seven army Navy and Marine bands will play. At 5fpbi y we society in the nations capital is All adultery awaiting tin aril Al of ring George and Queen report draws Wallace into 40 Campaign iowan will announce provided t do Doe not seek third term Washington june 6.�? apr reports spread on Capitol Hill today that Secretary Wallace of the agriculture department is about to become avowed candidate for the democratic presidential nomination i congressional friends of the agriculture department chief who said they had talked to him about the 19 40 race expressed the belief hox Vever that he would not permit entry of his name unless it was certain president Roosevelt would not seek a third term. Other members of Congress said Wallace might seek pledged delegates who would swing to a third term movement for the president. Talk of the Secretary s candidacy echoed a recent visit to his native state of Iowa and other midwestern Points by Paul h. Appleby Wallace a assistant. I Appleby at Wurr Appleby former Newspaperman whose desk Bas been the one closest to Wallace for several j years was reported to have sounded out democratic leaders about Wallace for president delegations Quot Quot he 50-year old Secretary came to the Cabinet in 1933 As a Republican who had supported or. Roosevelt for the presidency. At the time Wallace was editor of a farm Magazine in Des Moines. His father the late Henry c. Wallace had been president j Harding a Secretary of Agricula i Ture. Former gov. Nelson g. Kraschel of Iowa after a recent White House visit told reporters that iowans were Quot great admirers of Henry he declared the state would a never be satisfied Quot with any candidate except Tho president or someone in Harmony with his views. Lost aviator gives Mars As destination new York. June in i pjs the master of the fishing rallies Yilla Noia wire Essed to the associated press this report on Rescue of Liston Eshelman Quot Cheston l. Eshelman fixing lust my plane no �?~22070 from Pitcairn Airport Philadelphia Force Down 173 Miles k. S. E. Boston at 7 30 a. Iii., Edt. Gave destination As Mars was rescued by Crew of trawler Vii Lanova just As plane sunk. Pilot uninjured being treated for Shock Ami exhaustion. A copt. It Jar Irish Leader taken by cops in Michigan Russell seized by Federal men in Detroit on eve of Box a1 Entrance Detroit june 6.�?- apr 4 i tile exact Day that King George i and Queen Elizabeth won coming within virtually police arrest 45-year-0d Man on Bike readily admitting ownership of Shotgun. Suspect Given Quick hearing London june 6,�? apr police held led Wodro Vincent j Lawlor a 45-year-old steel worker Lur further invest ?a-11ion today for firing a Shotgun i near the automobile of Tho Duchess of Kent. Lawlor was said by police to j excuse his action by producing a gun permit. He von Given a j Quick hearing before a magistrate i and bound Over for a week. His Story gave no hint As to i whether he deliberately aimed jills weapon at the car of the j Duchess near her fashionable townhouse last night. Its Brevity indicated authorities were at a i loss to ascribe any motive for his act. Lawlor who gave an address in a lower Middle class London residential Section was formally charged in Broad Legal language j with illegal Possession of a fire Arm Quot with intent to endanger life or property. Digh ass unharmed the Duchess was unharmed land no damage was done to her car. The incident occurred last i night As she was entering the on i Auto Mohi movie. In police co was Given by was on duty near the Bel Dence of the Tai the policeman. Robert related that Lawlor Collat Chi police it an rave a a f testimony officer who intersection quare rest Duchess. Tick d on Sud reputed a step of United Span Russell a of the outlawed Irish i lean army was Beld a prisoner Here today. Federal officers no kept re Quot Oil j Ider lib eral sell in j but the 500,000 persons Jam Elta Alietti thursday. Tile Royal pertinent subject at Carlisle i �?Ta., the student a in fib Eros Mother. I in 4. Bet to h a m. The be Eshelman said s k was i a pry do not i he had been rescued then and Dod the pro a the was Nevi or is ten of in r when i fill a is or anything ele but i�?T1 Anes i which i ii la d although he be vet int it i Otic la i to lug to Fly to it i rope hot was to get uni a lied about the i to ight o f it Corr a to n and the other trans at Lam if till was i fliers. I heard a if he wanted i to i get to Europe ring the sidewalks and craning i out of windows will see a sight never before witnessed during the 163 years of american i Depe and i once a the spectacle of an american president and a ruler of the British Empire Riding together in i the capital. Royal family near Border Soith Parry. Outline 6 Mph within 36 hours King George i and Queen Elizabeth will leave Canada and Cross the couple air shown Ain be on a Brief Stop dining heir tour. Asks change in neutrality s i a a crept it a if u lived w on id we wanted him to make it. He was always very thorough and cautious and not inclined to do anything reckless. Walz said the two seater monoplane which Sank after Eshelman was rescued by Massachusetts fishermen was not insured. Eshelman soloed Only recently after a six months ground course at the University of Florida aeronautical school. He was employed As a Mechanic at the Glenn l. Martin manufacturing aviation i Plant. He had Only about ten hours of flying instruction Ami Xmas licensed to Fly Only near the Airport in a restricted area. Tile flight instructor said lie j could not explain How Eshelman got As far As he did. The plane contained Gas enough Only for a j flight of its Miles when Eshelman took off from the Camden Airport at 6.41 p. In. Est. Lipper aril is Marseille. France. June 6. It pm the american flying boat Yankee Clipper arrived at Marseille today on her regular transatlantic mail run after a seven and one half hour flight from Lisbon Portugal International Boundary at Niagara Falls to be welcomed to the United states by Secretary of state Cor a Dell Hull for their four Day visit in Washington new York and Hyde Park. Last night the Royal train pulled up on a siding at South Parry i near georgian Bay w Here their majesties slept their last night in the sparsely settled districts of Ontario before moving on through Quot Toronto to the numerous towns and cities of the Niagara Peninsula i this afternoon and tomorrow. For 36 hours after leaving Winnipeg the 12-car Blue and Silver special flashed through the Woods and skirted lakes of the Northern Ontario wilderness on an irregular schedule dictated by Royal wishes to get out and walk for exercise Aud such adventures As dropping 2.800 feet into a Nickel mine at Sudbury. Former sergeant David Bennett j walked and Rode 300 Miles to Peak to the Queen at Sudbury. He is a native of glands where the Queen Xmas born and was Iii j the trenches at Loos when the j Queens brother Captain Fergue Bowes Lyon was killed. Bennett is shift Boss in an Ontario Gold mine now. Lie was the envy of tile settlement when he got we Ord the Queen would like to see him. W files sax present polio not Strong enough new Yor undersecretary of Welles urged today this country a Quot so itys Law which a wholly with the p june 6.�? pm Date Sumner a revision of riled neutralise keeping in of Neutral the 1940 presidential contest i has been a prominent con versa a tonal topic in Washington Ever since senator Vanderbei i Mich indicated he would i the Republican nominal tendered and friends la that vice president Garnet j seek democratic delegates. Two usually authentic demo Erat in sources credited Garner i with saying a the 19to ticket must he capable of uniting divergent factions of the party. Many democratic legislators doth new dealers and old line represents Rives have contended that the Active support of president i Roosevelt would be necessary for Success of the ticket to a would Quot make sure that such purely Domestic legislation does not constitute an encouragement and even an assistance to the proponents of military Conquest in other parts of the at the same time he said in an address prepared for a commencement Day luncheon of the alumni federation of Columbia University the amended legislation should Quot insure so far As that can be done by Law our keeping out of a War not of our own he put Forward this proposal As three British army fliers killed when bomber crashes i London. June 6.�? up a three j Royal air Force fliers died today i when their bombing plane plunged into the sea off Kin Shardy. Scotland. Seventy Roya Lair Force accidents so far in 1939 have caused a total of 121 deaths. In 1938 there were 118 accidents resulting in 218 deaths. A Home for negro Camp is want Irish orator incommunicado Federal detention building. predicted he would remain in Cus Tody until the Royal train left j this area. John l. Zur Brek District u. S. immigration director said today j he had instructions from Washington to release the prisoner Only on $5.0on Cash Bond he said Russell was arrested As he arrived by train from Chicago yesterday on a warrant charging him with entering the United states by of false and misleading j ments. The King and Queen speeding j their last Miles through Canada. I a due to reach Windsor ont. Just across the Detroit River from this City Early tonight and will make a Brief Stop before going on to Niagara Falls. Chike of Irish staff Russell whose reputed chief of staff Post with the Irish re i publican army save Rise to reports Scotland Yard wanted him Back from America because of the recent bombings in England. Was placed under arrest As he was about to enter a taxi cab. He has been on a lecture tour of the United states. A companion identifying him i self As Joseph Mcgarrity of Phila Delphta. Said three Federal officers i approached them in front of the i Michigan Central Railroad station land calmly took custody of rus sell. Mcgarrity said he himself was Quot not what the charge was if any. I was not made Public. Officers firmly insisted there a Quot nothing i to j indicating with what officers had proceeded arrest xxx As the i had been in in his bicycle readily surrendered a foot Long Shotgun and protested Quot i did not hit anyone did i it is quite in order. I have a even on his Way to the police station where he was questioned throughout the night by Scotland Yard investigators Lawlor a quoted As saying a i am entitled to this Quot a referring to the brightly polished weapon. At the police station Lawlor Drew his gun permit from i pocket. Tice testified that the breach of the gun was opened and and an empty Shell found inside. Second mystery almost simultaneously with the firing of the shot a window pane was broken in the Home of cans i he Princess Royal countess of Tate j Harewood Only sister of King George i. And Scotland Yard sought to determine if the two incidents were part of a terrorism Campaign. During Long hours of questioning of the prisoner Scotland Yard Detec Ives Weie understood to have been Busy checking Mak lugs on the sawed off Shotgun continued on p two quiet the with the fact that Russell Ody approximately part of a his in which lie do Well intr pit. Set policy up cd Quot we would to to conceit of phases he thus Der Jim i a so Long As present world conditions continue to maintain our own military and naval establishment at such a Point As to make it impossible for this nation to become the victim of aggression and Marshville june 6 mayor Myron Green said Tod town Board and interested it were seeking the a table it Here of a negro acc Camp recently was removed from Roe. V the Tizen a intent which Mon six hours before word of it leaked out. He was arrested some time Between 4 30 and 5 p. In it e s. To go i Gok to Aid when the arrest became known continue on Page a Jie its to join with our e defense Cuba gives jews final Chance president bars i wanted people after Isle of Pines offer is refused Havana june 6�? up a Prest a Dent Federico Laredo by u today i announced that 907 jewish Refu a gees from Germany aboard the i liner St. Louis would be barred j from Cuba since a noon deadline j had passed without acceptance of the cuban offer of a temporary Haven on the Isle of Pines. While the exact whereabouts of i the refugee liner remained in i known representatives of the ref ii gees failed to reach agreement with cuban officials before the i time limit passed. Officials of rite Hamburg Anter a lean line in new York said the liner already once ordered oui of Wrightsville Beach. June Havana Harbor had headed Back g a it pts the annual convention i toward Hamburg. The vessel was of the North Carolina building ordered out of Havana Harbor Aland loan league will be held Here her cuban officials denied the passim 27-29. Seagers admission. Later the cruised aimlessly in Caribbean Waters. Headed to Germany e. H. Derriek passenger traffic manager of the ship line said however the St. Louis had been on its w a Back to Germany since sunday. A we had a radio from Capri William Schroeder of the St. Louis yesterday telling us he had turned around and was on his Way Back to Derriek said Quot and this morning we have a Cable from the main office in Hamburg confirming that Hedrick said the St. Louis a motor ship had refuelled and re provisioned at Havana and there was no danger of a food shortage on the return voyage asked what would become of the refugees once the ship reached Hamburg Hedrick said a they will be put ashore. They Are not our representing group the refugees said assured hint that if he would put up a $50,000 Bond the ship could he brought Back. He said $6,000 had been pledged. Expected to land the refugees had expected to land in Cuba pending quota admission to the United states but their Landing permits had been cancelled to Days before the St. Louis sailed May 15 from Hamburg. Friday the St. Louis was forced to leave cuban territorial Waters. Since then it has mostly Ltd the flu to f neighbors in the effect in of this hemisphere xxx. Quot finally adhering always to those standards of International conduct in which we believe Aud i by which we try to it be to make a available our constructive Coop interested in oration to other nations of the Hedrick had world in the manner set Forth in the president s Appeal of april 14.&Quot this reference was to president Roosevelt a communications hunger March. Given Start in Moscow witness states Washington Juno 6.i.-p a Jwa Charles h. White negro who said an he was a former member of the communist party told the House committee investigating the wha today that the 1932-33 Quot National >ti5ri�?~n which hunger March on Washington to Hitler and musso.,. He asked Etna ran teen Neil nil fit was let la nned 111 Moscow. Iodean Augress Quot a i the a Quot a a King himself _ As a writer employed of a w a free Lance Miner succumbs b enf.m.n0 after 11-hour Rescue Effort aimed at the formation of Quot Independent Black Republic in the Cotton states dominated by communistic commissars. A former new York stage director told the committee that the spa aits projects were a Clever device Quot to sow the seeds of Charles St. Bernard Dinsmore Walton who said he was a stage manager on a new York theatre it cruising coast the of enforced re turn to Germany. To que Luied pvt a lauding on the Isle of Pines required that the jews agree Btu granted yesterday for he to live within the confines of a proposed Camp and that guarantees he Given that Theli stay would be Bernard h. Sander an attorney temporary. Shamokin Ajune 6.�? a a 21-year-old free Lance Miner died today of exposure and Shock after rescuers pulled him from a make shirt Coal Hole where it was trapped 50 feel Down by a fall of nuke and Timber Quot i feel All right a Leonard rid linger gasped when he was pulled to the surface last night after rescuers worked la hours to each him without starting a new tall of Loos Rock that would have buried Bun. Japan protests soviet invasion one Jap reported killed wit in russian troops make hush Tokyo. June 6.�?-f/f a in a protest to soviet Russia after month of intermittent Border hostilities japanese protected Man Echo Ukio today demanded "im-1 Meri late discontinuance of this challenging the protest alleged that in evasions of mane Houku territory j precipitated recent clashes. Dom it japanese news Agency i to its Dis i path from drinking telling of the protest said the note was flied with the soviet consulate Gen Job Al at Hashin. Soviet and japanese troops fought a three hour artillery Battle late yesterday near Changkun Feng scene of last summer s Quot Vest pocket War a said a Dis a Patch from Yunchun to the news a paper Ashi. Chang Kuofeng lies near the Junction of the Borders of Blanc Houku Korea and Siberia. I at he la a correspondent reported russian infantrymen charged near the end of the hellfire but were i forced to fall Back from Jap anese positions leaving two bodies and carrying other dead with i he to. One japanese was killed this report said that the russians were building additional Concrete fortifications. I this trouble is in Eastern Mau a Houku some 1,600 Miles from the Lake Bor Region on the outer mongolian Frontier where Large scale fighting has taken place since May 7�?hostilities marked by the use of Large numbers of planes and tanks. A japanese officer rapt. Shiro Usawa. Arriving at Shimo Toseki project said the workers Al Secretary treasurer of the work Hance a Union of spa employees jets Alliance of win employees and the jobless had dominated worked on the plans for the March the theatre project until recently i throughout a visit to rite soviet representative Cannon doa a.,i capital. Characterized the testimony As Quot too a Korea declared that White said lie belonged to do absurd for words a contending communist party from Hosp to that similar allegations had been j 1956 and silent is Mouths in mob denied repeatedly by prominent Row studying at the College of officials including mayor Fiore Iio professional communists he to Sll. La Guardia of new York lifted lie helped organize the Hun-1 a a Here a a Titan with a grouch Quot get March when he returned from Cannon said referring to Walton s i Russia and that lits part in the statement that after tie had testified before the House committee investigating in Taneri Canish. Ii had been Quot immediately demoted�?T1 from director to stage manager. To organize tin till Mission a delegation. The witness said the communist program or american negroes lie lighting on the mongolian Hoarder actually was Between j russians and japanese Quot the so called mongol troops Are composed of six soviet sol idlers to every he told la Darnel correspondent. In Tokyo the japanese Cabinet Flat a two hour session approved an Euto Peati policy outlined by Premier Baron Kiichiro Hiya Kaaumoa

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