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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy tonight and Satur Day. The High Point Enterprise High Point Industry at High Point offers Gin Opportunity for year around wort. 091 -0k�?<_ a re l \ Hemker associated press High Point. N. C., Friday afternoon june 9, 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cent George last minute bulletins reappointment Raleigh june 0�? lha governor Liney announced today that he had re appointed for four year terms on the state Rural authority s. Ii. Hobbs jr., of Chapel Hill and E. Purcell of near Reidsville. The new terms will expire june 5, has. Insurance rates Cut new York. June 9.�?< in War risk insurance rates on shipments to and from the United states were reduced drastically today by tin local Var risk rate committee representing major american shipping insurance Firma. The premiums which Are established on an intricate sliding scale of values routes and distances of shipment were Cut from is j-8 to More than 50 per cent of the rates which have maintained in various degrees. Since the european crisis of last september. Buy land for prison Raleigh Lune 9.-<.lh�?the Highway and Public works commission bought so acres of land in southwestern Greensboro today on which to build the largest of 20 pm a financed prison Camps. The Guilford realty and insurance company was paid $0,-000 for the land. The Camp will Cost 5570.000 and House 200 men. The Camp will be the last under the pm a program. New ramps have been completed in Alexander Davie Montgomery Onslow Pender foray the. Union and Yadkin counties and work is underway on others in Alamance Ashe c Cherokee Durham. Franklin. Stanly Greene Stokes Surry Vance and Iredell. Prisoners quarters in Wayne county were also financed by the Pua program. Kerr passed it Washington june 9.�?lf� a representative Kerr in c passed up the Capitol reception today for King George i and Queen Elizabeth. A i done to think the greatest legislative body Iii the world ought to be presented to anybody a he said. A it should have been the other away around. The King and Queen should Haac been presented to compromised suits Raleigh june 9. Ill a Charles Ross general counsel for the Bligh away and Public works commission said today he had completed by compromising $120,750 Worth of claims for $48,500. 12 Blue Ridge Parkway suits filed in Ashe Superior court. Ultimatum expires Prague june 9.�?ll1�?the German ultimatum to the czechs expired at 8 p. In. 2 p. In. . Tonight without the slaver or slavers of the German policeman Wilhelm Kniest having been found. Lori la Ard Spencer Dies Newport r. I., june 9, a Pic Lorillard Spencer 58, former executive of several air plane corporations prominent in society and Holder of american and French decorations for bravery during the world War died today after a Long illness. Protest filed Shanghai. June a the British consulate general today presented a Strong protest to japanese authorities on the death wednesday of r. M. Tinkler British employee of a Cotton Mill from wounds inflicted by japanese marines. The protest asserted that the killing of Tinkler formerly an inspector of municipal whee Here was a a unjustified a and objected to failure of japanese to report the ease to British authorities or to allow a British doctor to see Tinkler. Judge blasts jury after acquittal new Youk. June 9i five Mena rued with grand larceny of $700,000 in transactions involving the securities portfolio if the Continental securities corporation were acquitted by a general sessions court jury today in i Verdi t Inch i lid Cesa ii i s ii i Dot Niit i it it d a til Quot out Tacelli the Quot i to Udall win Cio it it vue Quot it e Viret t i. Lawyer Philip a Friar. Washington ii �?T., broker and Thomas w Morns and s Leo Milne omit. Hot la to Ion Law vers a a judge Streit told the jurors a the evidence Lierz is overwhelming As to the guilt of the defendants xxx i Don t think you ire fit to serve As kill h in it Mil i s Mexico City june 9.�? Abs four men a woman and a four Kar old child were reported inlay to have been killed by banjos who held up a passenger bus near Santa Teresa Queretaro. Una of the men killed was Efren a Aidra a candidate for con honors Washington s Tomb f czechs threatened with mass arrests by nazis 5�ver�?o Man Little Ward germans seek Quot president Roosevelt to so glad to see your Lead Early finishers Philadelphia june 9 a a5 a Lawson Little and Marvin Bud Ward who tied for second place in the opening round skidded considerably today in the second is holes of the 43rd National open Golf championship hut still were on top with one Quarter of the Field in. Ward Long hitting Spokane Wash Amateur followed up his opening 69. Even for the Philadelphia country clubs Spring Mill course with a 73, for a 36-Hole Scort of 142 and at least the temporary Lead. Little with a 74, was another shot Back at 143. Though it was five strokes higher than his initial Effort Little a second round was almost As remarkable because he was play _ in under a considerable Handicap hernia and Moravia into great in sticking a screaming second Slayer of cop near Prague czechs Civen until 8 o clock tonight to produce killer Prague june 9.�? apr germans reported today mass arrests would be carried out if czechs failed to produce the Slayer of a German police sergeant in Ladno by 8 p. In. Tonight. They said the arrests would continue until the person or persons responsible for the first German fatality since Reichs fuehrer Hitler absorbed to shot Home on the 558-Yard 18th j yesterday to finish with in Eagle j 3, he Hurt his wrist. It was taped up today but the Strain on it constantly had him putting too much right hand into his shots. Denny Shute former British open and p. Cd a. Champion joined Ward at 142 on a second round 72, and Sammy Byrd. De Dudley a assistant at the Home i or Early thursday morning club. Pushed himself up with the front of the technical school front runners by posting a 71 for Ladno Industrial town 15 Miles i 146, even with sex champions from Prague. Or Germany were found. Ladno already is under strict regulations which May be widened into martial Law tonight if the deadline passes without the ultimatum being heeded. The mayor the chief of police and Many others already Are in custody. The policeman. Wilhelm Kniest was killed late wednesday night in at Gene Sarazen Aud Sam Parks. Bird had a Chance to come in several strokes better when he played i the first nine in 33, one under hut he came Home in 38, with four a s on the Back nine. Trailed by a gallery of fully 2.500. Defending Champion Ralph Guldahl got away from the first j tee about an hour late and found that his putting touch slightly off when he shot his 71 yesterday still was in hiding. After parking the first the Champion missed a four footer for a bogey 4 at the second. At the third he hit a Beautiful approach that stuck two feet from the Pill but the putt looped around the cup and Ralph had to be Content with a four. Clayton Heafner of Charlotte n. Rookie Star of the last Winier Campaign. Joined Byrd Sarazen and Parks in the 146 Slot by j shooting his second steady to. The stubbornness of Gui Dable putts was even getting the crowd after be had played two More holes. On the fourth and again on the fifth 15-footers for birdies that had perfect line rimmed the cups and stopped on the Back Edge. Each time the gallery ites groaned in sympathy with the titleholder. Johnny Farrell the Springfield n. J., Veteran who won in 1928, shot himself right out of the Competition with a 79 for 156. Jug Mcspaden a 73 pulled him up even with Little at 143 vie Ghezzi was at 144 on a 71, while Matt Knowal on a 76 after his 69, and Ray Mangrum. On a 74, had 14 5. Philadelphia june 9�?i a first and second round scores and 36-Hole totals in the 43rd National open go championship at the Philadelphia country club to a denotes Amateur. A Andrew Szwedko Allison Park pa., 81-78�?159. To establish government behind the Stern measures informed nazis said. Was a threat to abolish the last semblance of czech self government. They said the German action was intended to set an example to discourage possible further slayings and perhaps to avoid the necessity of abolishing the protectorate which responsible sources predicted would follow a Elf the czechs cannot Rule the bulk of German troops sent with the army of occupation last March had been withdrawn and the Small garrisons remaining i probably will be sent to Ladno if i martial Law is proclaimed. Police from Germany went into Bohemia and Moravia in heavy numbers As the army moved out about in of months ago. The czech Unity party Only to Lotical body permitted in Bohemia j Moravia met in Prague with a president Emil Dacha and govern ment officials and ordered a special commission to go to Ladno j to investigate the killing. At the same time the party j called upon All czechs to Cooper rotation. For tin first time in history rulers of great Britain he wort Dos largest Empire were welcomed in guests of he wot id s greatest Republic when president Roosevelt greeted King George i and que Cen Elizabeth on their arrival in Wonhi legion. Pictured in Union station the group above include left to right King George Peai Dent Roosevelt his aide. Brig. Cie neral Watson mrs. Roosevelt and Queen Elizabeth. Pickets fail to deter workers 4 to \ filial crones line in hint Plant i of int ral motors Flint. Mich., june 9 no United Auto workers affiliated with the Cio crossed i wet lines and went to work today in a pit of a strike called by Tho Homer Martin Caw Akl in the Flint plants of general motors Cor International but not significant says for of talks at in bringing the Slayer or slayers to Justice. Reward in kist de after first offering a Reward of 30,000 crowns $1,200 for any clue leading to the arrest of the Slayer or slayers the czech District Council of Ladno later increased it to 100,000 crowns $4,000. The Manifest deep concern of the government party and the boating of the Reward by czech source Raland the possibility the killing might not have been of a political nature. There were unconfirmed reports in Ladno that the German j. Fondren Memphis tenn., i policeman had been embroiled in 75-78�?153. A William c. Cunningham Richmond. A85-84�?169. Rader Jewett Butler a80-81�?161. Ben Hogan. White Plains n. Y76-74�?150. Gene Kunes Norristown pa., 76-73�?i 49. Al Huske de Kalb ii 79 77-156. Continued to Page 2 an altercation in a night club. These reports said the fight had continued in the Street outside the cabaret and culminated in the shooting. Baron Konstantin von Neurath. The Reich protector governor of Bohemia and Moravia formerly part of Czechoslovakia after consulting Chancellor Hitler removed the Ladno mayor appoint cont inned to Page 2 mrs. Rubens sentenced freed by Moscow court Moscow. June 9�? up a soviet Russia suddenly brought american Ruth Marie Rubens into Moscow to a City court today after holding her mysteriously for a year Aud a half convicted her of i entering the soviet Union with a false United states passport and ordered her Geed within 2 4 hours. Calmly puffing a cig Aret. Mrs a Rubens pleaded a no defense during a ten minute court session in which nothing was said about reports Long current that she had Sheen suspected of espionage. She showed concern Only about her husband known both As Adolph Arnold Rubens and Don Ald Robinson who has not been i heard of since lie vanished with i his wife from a Moscow hotel in december 1937. The court sentenced her to is i months imprisonment and then i filled she had served All but a Day of the term. Her request for information concerning her husband was re i fused. United slates embassy officials who have tried for a year and a i half to get to the Bottom of the Case were present it was not i known whether so would be turned Over to them for possible prosecution on a false passport charge. The trial came unexpectedly Only a few hours before mrs. Re hens appeared in court neatly dressed in a Gray suit hat and furs was it known that develop it tents were expected in the Long drawn affair. The presiding judge asked her if she had anything to say Helot sentence. Quot a false passport was found on me Quot mis. Rubens replied in English. A i have no she had disappeared from a Moscow hotel with her husband known also As Donald Robinson. In december 1937, and a month later United states embassy officials were permitted to see her in prison. Her husband s whereabouts never has been established. Whether she will be turned Over to United states authorities immediately after liberation could not be Learned. Fa4 is Fine and sentence Washington june 9.�? apr of mrs. Ruth Marie Rubens follow continued hit in a 2 pickets made no particular Effort to Stop those who went to work although there was a fight at Chevrolet Plant no. 2 Bow Eon members of the two unions and scattered scuffle were reported. No one was injured seriously police said. No True test of strength was possible today. Martin followers said. Because reduced working forces Are customary the last two Days of the week. Arthur Case Cio Law regional director said the strike was a a last desperate Effort of the Martin group to save themselves a and declared that a the people who Are picketing done to even know Why they Are doing a showdown was indicated for monday when the Martin forces plan to throw heavy picket Lin a around four plants of the Chevrolet division and two plants of the Fisher body co., division. An Effe it Tive strike covering these units would throw 20,000 men into idleness. Approximately 12, Buick workers probably would have to suspend operations also for Lack of bodies. Fisher Plant no. 1 was closed thursday As a result of the a Trike. It ordinarily does not operate on Friday except for a Skeleton Crew. However thousands of Chevrolet workers were scheduled to report. A company Survey of the four Chevrolet plants thursday night showed the strike Call was answered by Only 52 men. No justification for demonstration Mexico City. June 9 a it a foreign minister Eduardo Hay has made Public a declaration that there was Quot utter Lark of justification for anti United states manifestations following the death of Francisco Sarabia. The mexican flier. The Federal department of press and publicity stayed open three hours overtime last night to distribute Hayes 500-word statement. It followed the stoning of the american school and assignment of a police guard to the United states embassy. Sarabia was killed wednesday when his plane plunged into the Potomac River at the Start of a projected non Stop flight from Washington to his Home in Mexico. Hayes statement said it was a a stupid to think that sabotage could have had anything to do with Sarabia Accident. London Given 1944 olympics Lon Iken june 9.�?up a the International olympic committee today a anted the Umi Slimmer olympic to London the 11141 Winter olympics to Italy Ami changed the site of the 114 1 Winter games from St. Moritz so , to Gantt Isch Germany. This was unofficially disclosed by a member of ohm i. O. Who said that in lie voting for the Idu summer games London received a jul votes Rome to Detandt 3 and Lausanne Switzerland i. The 194 4 Winter games will lie held at Cortina do am Pezzo Aud the summer games in Wembley stadium London. The site of the 1940 Winter games was changed to Germany because Swiss officials refused to run Hie games As his i. O. Directed. Children needed for Rural Homes Duke University professor Hart Speaks to older youth conference Raleigh june 9.�?4.t>�?children�?three or four to the family in fact a Are essential to Happy and prosperous life upon the farm or Hornell Hart Duke sociology professor told delegates at the third annual older youth conference at n. State College today. Informal diffusion with King George not lit be important he sax Washington june 9. Map a president Roosevelt told a press conference today he supposed he would discuss International affairs with King George in an informal manner. However when asked whether he had or would talk such matters with his majesty he chief executive remarked that the Oon vet nations would not be significant or. Roosevelt said he would talk with the King just As he would with members of the press. In these Days of a tenuous world affairs he said one could hardly talk to another without mentioning the subject. He added How j Ever that it would t mean anything. Very Delight l dressed in Light summer trousers and without a foal the president described the King and Queen As a very very delightful he permitted the direct quotation. Asked about a newspaper Story quoting the King As saying it was All right to Call him Quot George Quot the president smiled continued on Page two Dupont deals face inquiry securities Exchange commission to investigate Stock transaction Wilmington. June 9.�? lug the securities commission announced today it had started to investigate the a facts and circumstances Quot involved in alleged a discrepancies Quot reported in transactions in Dupont common Stock by Pierre s. Do porn chairman of the company s Board. The commission said these a a discrepancies had come to Light in corrections of Dupont common Stock transactions submitted to the Sec by do pout. The commission s announcement said a the official summary of transactions and holdings of officers directors and principal company stockholders published today includes corrections submitted by Pierre s. Dupont chairman of the Board of e. I. Do pout de Nemours and company of 20 pevious reports of his direct holdings in the common Stock of that company since november 1934.�?� the commission said that whereas the original reports showed substantial net Long positions the corrected reports showed that a throughout the period he owed substantially More shares than he owned Quot As of dec. 31, 1934, he report 4�?Tontiniied on Page two san Francisco kidnapping is charged to governess san Francisco. June 9.�? up a a pretty 19-year-old governess was formally charged with Tractive Brunette to risk her future on the amateurish adventure officers could not learn. Pressed for an explanation a the Rural family Quot said Doc kidnapping today after police moved. Be said she sought the Money for Tor Hart a More than any other Type of family needs congenial i try understanding and co opera a Hon because it takes successful i homemaking As Well As Success a fill farming to make a Success of agricultural life As a whole. Cell Droit for one thing and religion for another help to bring about i this necessary compatibility. Chil Dren also Are important in the economic scheme of Rural life be swiftly but quietly to solve what they said was san Francisco a first kidnapping for Ransom in 45 years. While the press maintained a self imposed Amienee san Francisco police feverishly traced Chicago Flint. Down clues to the whereabouts she was quoted by inspector of the governess who disappeared George Page As saying a i would Quot someone near and dear to me. She revealed she wanted it for a relative but steadfastly declined to give names. Only clue found in her effects were Pawn tickets issued by a wednesday afternoon with 3-year-old Krehe Osborne after assert edly leaving a note demand do it All Over again if i had the in age said the girl intimated hoi cause of the Many seasonal tasks Jing $1,600 from the child a Moth real name was not Gaylord but on the tonight governor and mrs. Hoey will be guests at a dinner meeting of the delegates. Yesterday or. Eugene p. Merritt of the Federal agriculture department told the delegates that a agriculture in the future will occupy a place of less importance in the National he said machinery developments were depriving Young men and Young women of vocational opportunities on the farm hut in turn were creating new opportunities in Urban centers. Or mrs. Mabel Osborn for his Safe return. Twenty seven hours after Tho girl booked As miss Graham Timms Gaylord and her 5-year-old charge vanished police arrested the girl in a san Jose hotel 50 Miles South of Here. They said the Hoy was with her and unharmed miss Gaylord was charged with kidnapping for Ransom an of Cense which carries a possible life sentence authorities set her arraignment for today. What motive impelled the at Pollee had no other name save the signature Quot a. Lord Quot on the san Jose hotel Register. She said her Horny was in Chicago until she came Here several weeks ago the child smother discovered the pairs disappearance and found the asserted Ransom note about 1 15 p in. Wednesday. The note which chief of police William j. Quinn said was in miss Gaylord a writing warned till Mother not to Tell the police if you value your son s put or. Osborn promptly tailed off ii Era and the Hunt began. Who wrested colonies from George third places Wreath on sarcophagus of a the father of the country Washington june 9. Map a in solemn reverence King George i paid homage today to America s Foremost shrine the Tomb of George Washington who led thirteen struggling colonies to Independence from British Rule perhaps More than any other event of the historic two Day visit the unprecedented but simple ceremony on the Grassy slopes of mount Vernon symbolized the peaceful ties of Friendship today Between two English speaking Peoples who divided on the Battlefield in 1776 while his Queen and president and mrs. Roosevelt looked on. The King placed a Wreath of White lilies Iris and carnations on the Marble sarcophagus of the general who 150 years ago drove out the red coated armies of his ancestor George Iii. The ceremony of respect for the a father of the country Quot was one of the most dramatic of he Royal visit vet was witnessed by one of the smallest crowds to attend any of the functions of the last two Days. Few present aside from the official party Only Little More than a score of women of the mount Vernon ladies association and a few especially invited guests looked on. The King and the president drove to the Tomb from the mount Vernon Dock on the Potomac River in an open car. Both the King and the president left the car and stood beside the Entrance to the Tomb. Silently the party looked on a the Engli a Monarch took the Wreath already St hand and placed it on the Tomb it bore a ribbon of the Royal red and Blue and a card inscribed a from George it and Elizabeth on the Salt it Potomac whip cruising Down the quiet Potomac the presidential party and the Royal guests bad lunch the King and Queen boarded the Potomac at the Navy Yard after exchanging cordial greetings with american legislators Al a Brilliant Capitol reception. Standing in the huge High domed Capitol Rotunda. King George i and Queen Elizabeth had a smile and Royal hand shake for the 400-Odd senators and representatives crowded into the chamber. The monarchs stood less than too Yards from the spot where vie Torii few British troops held a mock legislative session in the House chamber 125 years ago and then sacked and burned the Capitol. Seventy four year old senator Borah it Idaho Dean of the Senate was the first other than the re option committee to meet the King and Queen after they were escort inside by a reception committee headed by senator Pittman d., Nev chairman of the foreign relations committee. The King and Queen first were greeted at the door of the Rotunda by Vic president Garner and speaker Bankhead. King George chatted with Pittman until the reception got under Way. I eve Anill Pill parasol out on the Capitol Plaza blazing under a hot Sun. Thousands cheered the arrival of the Royal visitors. Although the top was up on he car in which they Rode the Queen carried the parasol which had shielded her from the Sun during yesterday s tumultuous reception. Scores of women who waited in the reserved Section in front of the Capitol also had brought parasols to protect them from the scorching Sun but police forced them to put these away to permit those behind to see the Royal arrival. At the British embassy a few minutes earlier. American War veterans who once fought for the British Empire won special greeting from their English majesties. The King stopped and chatted with a. E. Graham of Washington. Formerly of Indianapolis who lost a leg with Canadian troops at Amiens in 1918. The Veteran with tile highest British decoration among those gathered in the sunlit embassy Garden to meet the King and Queen was or. Bellenden Seymour Hutcheson of Cairo Iii. Ile received the Victoria Cross for service As medical officer with the 75th Canadian battalion during the world War. When the rulers appeared in the big. Circuit chamber the assembled legislators broke into spirited applause. Route marked out the couple passed along a route marked out by purple Plush rope and took their positions in the receiving line senators and representatives waiting to Greet them were penned into separate groups Ejmi tin mud on in age 2

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