High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 9 1939, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Fashions of the fashionable Fok naval safety Louis a Johnson left assistant u. S. Secretary of War and rear Admiral h. R Stark inspect a new Para Ane apparatus during a National defense conference at the Massachusetts Institute of technology at Cambridge. Mass. The Para Ane is designed for naval use in deflecting submerged mines. Record breaking innings when the new York giants banged out five Home runs in one inning in a game with the Cincinnati reds in new York they set a new major league record. Here a a bit of action from that High powered inning. Mel Ott giants right fielder slides into third base safely before the Home run bombardment began. Flew to a a Mars in this in a plane similar to this Cheston Eshelman student flyer of Carlisle pa., took off on a flight to a a Mars and landed kerplunk in the Atlantic Ocean 200 Miles off Boston. He was picked up unhurt by a fishing trawler. Eshelman a plane was a single engined All Metal monoplane. In tins weather a but its a preview for next Winter. Among startling new fashions presented at a fur show in new York was this sheer Beaver so treated As to be Mink like in appearance. The coat is of three Quarter length. At National open tourney this View of the National open Golf tourney at Philadelphia shows left to right golfers Horton Smith John Bulle and Sam Snead making their rounds. The nations Topflight golfers competed in the tourney. Done on purpose spectacular is the word for this picture showing roaring flames devouring an air plane while the Pilot seems to be taking his time getting out of the ship. But is was done on purpose to demonstrate the new Asbestos suit designed for rescuing pilots in just such a situation As this. The stunt was staged in London. Dolled up for King this is How Washington buildings dolled up for the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth. Flags of both the British and u. S. Nation decorate buildings lampposts and houses in the capital. This is a hotel. Mull Over neutrality legislation members of the House foreign affairs commute and representatives of the state department meet in Washington to discuss revision of the neutrality act. Eaton of new Jersey. Rochelle n. Y. Archbishop Francis j. Spellman recently installed Central press association 1939, no j�?7 in new York participated at the ceremonies. So Little and yet so big generally from three to six tugs Are used to Tow the huge Ocean liners from their piers in new York. But to show its Power the diesel tug. Shicola Moran does the towing Job against the tide All by itself. The liner is a 43,000-ton ship. As Royalty ended Canadian Toi re Queen Elizabeth Waves to admirers from the rear platform of the Royal train at Windsor Ontario As the British monarchs ended their Western Canadian tour heading for Washington for their United states state visit. A Man who die a that a the sobriquet earned by Ernest Becker 65, of Chicago whose troubles have mounted Ever since he was struck by a motorcycle two years ago. His feet were in casts so Long he was forced to learn to walk again. He recently Learned hell never use his right Arm again and immediately began to learn to write with his left. He does carpentry and weaving for a living. He refuses to accept Relief. Honor Man at Point Cadet Stanley w Dziuban. 24. Of Yonkers. By has a reason to smile for he leads the graduating class at the United states military Academy at West Point n y., i academic standing. A total of 456 men make up the largest class in history of the Academy where 70 died in theater fire a disgusted Patron of a movie theater in Zacate Pec Mexico threw a lighted cig Aret into the projection Booth with this tragic result. More than 70 men. Women and children perished in the resulting fire which spread rapidly and soon engulfed the town

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