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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 10, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Age Sarthe High p01n1 Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday june to in to . Social and club activities Adelina Hoover Educ phone no 4568 off ice hours 9 a m to 2 m%vmv.vivvv.v.%v.,.%w� w.v.,m.w.v.,.v., wac Industrial group to attend banquet in Greensboro this evening a Large group of member of e Industrial clubs of the y. W. A. Ere will to to Greensboro is evening for the a Solidarity banquet which i being held at e Greensboro y w. C. A. Of .30. The group will include embers of the Florence Naghtin Ile and Dama clubs and Arval representatives from the Ighland lend a hand club. A number of other y. W. C. A. Us activities Are scheduled for e week on tuesday afternoon2 30 the tuesday Highland Jab will meet for a business ses on at their clubroom. On thusly afternoon the is girl club will visit mrs. Jesse Washburn at Lier Home and on thursday night the live vers will have a picnic supper at the municipal Lake. Friday night the Friday Highland club will hold a special meeting to Honor miss Jean Pugh who will he their Delegate to the simmer Industrial conference at Camp Merrie Woode. Friday is also the Day when miss Rada Poston member of the business and professional girls club leave for the business girls summer conference at Merrie Woode. On saturday the Lucky y club Wil hold it regular luncheon meeting at the y. W. C. A. At i Boul people or and mrs. Oris c. Harvey d Little daughter Anne Tyler pot the week end in East Ettele. Where they were guests of r. And mrs. J. H. Atkins at the act Tevelle country club. Mra. of or. And 8. Atkins. Ruth Ann Stainback. Young tighter of or. And mrs. C. B in Hack left saturday for hous-3 Texas where she will spend p remainder of the summer with la t . Or and mrs. Fred Roach or d or Bill Tuttle accompanied miss Berneta Brady and James Sidon have returned Home after sliding sunday in , Timney Rock and other Points interest. # miss Llaine Welborn left yes Day for richmond., to Slid the finals at Benedictine Litany school where j i in in it i Boa re who has visited Here on serous occasions i graduating the first honors. Or. And mra . M. A relay of tan Oke a Are visiting their lighter. Mra. A l. Candler on Hanson Street. Frienda of mra. Clay Yokeley it he pleaded to learn that she getting along nicely after a sek a illness at her Home of is North main Street. K miss Harriet Bowen a member of the Junior High school faculty suffered a broken leg in a saturday is a patient at the us memorial Hospital. She in Able to receive a Latoia. Isa Annabella Thompson and May Wilson Haworth leave y for Nashville tenn., and Iklin. By. My Thompson la Ying at George Peabody Coland mrs. Hack Worth la Ding the vacation weeks with Parent in Kentucky a a it no i. Birth a a i to the it r. And mrs j a White flounce the birth of a daughter Aret Marie on june 8, at Home on route three. Tuesday sup Salk our final Ami Only a slip no More to he had at this Low Price. In desirable styles Ami Good Quality. These slips Are soc i it y Satin. Lace trimmed. White and Tea Rose tall sizes ill to 41 and tuesday will he your last Opportunity to buy Beautiful slips at ibis unusual Low Price. 2 for $1.00 i Moffitte a 417 North main Street Home dec dept. A a Cunt Active in summer work Greensboro Jon to. As a feature of the summer work at woman College the Home economic department under the direction of miss Margaret Edward i offering a program to meet the need of Home economic Leacher Home agent dietitian farm Security workers and teacher in the spa adult educational pro Gram in addition to several Institute. Regular course will be offered for three Al and nine weeks periods from june 12 to August i. A weeks Institute on landscaping will he conducted june 24-28 by John Harris of state College Raleigh for a group of so vocational Home economic teachers in the state. Teacher in the xxx a adult education program in the state numbering approximately 150. Under the direction of mra. Elizabeth Morris director of the division of adult education of the state department of education will come to woman College for a training program of two weeks july 1-13. A group of Between 20 and so will specialize in Nursery school work and the others will have special work in Home management among the group will be about 20 men Tea. Her. The entire group will be Given courses in Home relationships taught by or. Bes n. Rosa will observe in the play achoo and will take course in Money management budgeting and household activities. Teacher registering for graduate work in Home economies will come from North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia. Florida. Alabama Virginia and West Virginia. A interesting course to be taught this summer will he one which correlates Home living and the who elementary. The whole elementary school program. By Mabel Campbell professor of Home Epi Tomic and miss Ruth Fitzgerald professor of education. Visiting professor in the Home economics department will include or. Cora e. Gray head of the Home economics department at Catawba College who will give a 9 week course in nutrition miss Mary Ellen Weatherby of Mississippi state College for women Columbus milt., who will give two courses. A a curriculum seminar and a a supervision of Home economics work a and will conduct a clinic for problems of individual student. Members of the regular Home economic faculty who will teach during the summer session Are mias Bernice Allen miss Mabel v. Campbell. Miss Viva m. Playroom mrs. Madeleine Street miss Xenes Coxs and miss Helen Surratt. A. An Koi ice Hirth of a daughter or. And mrs. Howard Strickland announce the birth of a daughter. Shirley Ann. On june ii. At their Home 506 Mangum Avenue. Mrs. Strickland before her marriage was Mira Minnie Hun Aucker of this City. Wow Iames in. Weston born at Hospital or. And mrs. Ronda v. Weston announce the birth of a son James Wallace on saturday june 8, at the Guilford general Hospital mrs. Weston before her marriage was miss Pauline Wall of this City. Social Calendar monday 6 30 p alumnae chapter of the Alpha Theta Psi sorority will entertain sorority members of the class of 1940 at High Point College with a Steak supper at the Home of mrs. Tyree a Bors 8 p. regular meeting of the a f. W. Auxiliary will be held at the v. F. W. Hall. Tuesday 9 30 a. Junior service league Board will meet prior to the leagues regular meeting at 10 30. Both meetings will he held at the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. To a. High Point Garden clubs final meeting will he held at the Home of or. W c. Idol. Hillcrest drive. To a. of the tuesday evening Garden club will meet at the Home of mrs. F l. Gordy Mont leu Avenue to go to the Taylor cottage for their annual picnic. 12 30 p. w. O. T. Clubs annual picnic will be held at the Home of mrs. To j. Gold at Sedgefield. Associate hostesses with or. Gold will be mesdames a d. Cox. Hiram men front. And h Albion Millis. J. 30 p. M. The final meet in of the Alexander Martin chapter d. A. R will he held a the Home of or. J. W. Harris on Rockford Road. Associate hostesses Mill be mrs. D. L. Bouldin. Clyde Farley. J. C. Moore. Bruce Carraway c. C. Haworth and r. I. Quigley. 6 30 p. In. The june dinner meeting of the Althusa club will he held at the Sheraton hotel followed by a business session in which s new slate of of flier will be chosen. 7 30 p. In or l. H. Zimmerman will be Hoste its to the Monarch auxiliary at her Home on Carrick Avenue. 8 p. Rny the american legion auxiliary will hold a called mewling St the y. W of a. Each chairman i responsible for the presence of her entire group. Xxx Edn Esb \ v 12 30 p. annual picnic of the mid week Garden club will be held at or h. W haves country Home with or. H. F. Cofield and or Forrest Murray As associate hostesses. Thi re xxx 8 p. In. The entre Nous club will meet with mrs. C. E. Sio Elniff on Parkway for its final meeting. 6 30 p. M a a the ladies auxiliary of the railway express employees will Hare a picnic at the City Uke. Members Are asked to Call or. Roy Smith or or. R j. Kirby if they plan to attend Kati bra9 30 p the Piedmont German club will hold a june dance at the Emerywood country club to close their season. Will Bradley and i orchestra will furnish music. Wow new under Arrn Cream deodorant safely stops perspiration does not rot dresses does nor irritate skin 2. right Atter shaving. J. Instantly stops perspiration for i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure w Hite greaseless stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering tor being harmless to fabrics. 25 million jars of arrid have Bown told. Try a Jar today i arrid at All Atar Willai a a a a �4� Ilia i Loyt a Aii Hotek Cheek i ask h a i get the regular monthly meeting of the Phi la t h Ca clan of Abbott a reek Baptist sunday school mss held Friday night at the Home of Clunes Glady Aud Grace Welborn at their Home on the High Point Kernersville Road with la members and six visitor present. Mrs. Will Davis the president presided Over the meeting which opened with a hymn and the devotional were led by mra Robert Palmer. The huh routine of business a transacted and officer elected for the ensuing six months. During the social hour the Home assisted by or. Robert Palmer and miss Shirley Davis served sandwiches Dainty cakes and lemonade to those present. Calvary it Takh xvii i. Meet tue Bay night class number one of Calvary methodist sunday school will meet tuesday evening at 7 30 with mra. Rosa Sparks at her Home on Ragan Street. Associate hostess with or. Sparks will be mrs. Ethel West and every member is urged to attend As the revealing of the names of a a friends will take place at Fri time it a announced. Cd sch soc Gheen Street Stuby course is postponed the Mission study course at Green Street Baptist Church which a scheduled to have been held this w Hhd has been postponed until a later Dale it was announced shia morning. The Date of the study course will be announced later it is stated. Wow Calvary clans to meet this exem no the daughters of Wesley clans of the Calvary methodist Church will meet tonight at 7 30 o clock with or. Ruby Peurifoy at 409 Jones Street. Wow Chile eix k. To Havig meeting this evening Circle five of the first methodist Church will meet with or. W. H. English St her Home in Westwood this evening to 6 30 of clock and a Weiner roast will follow the regular meeting Little Shirley fall ignore will give several readings and Charles Medlin will Render violin selections As feature of a special program being presented at this time. About 600 different languages Are spoken on the european continent. Mrs. Henry Koonts presents pupils in Spring Musicale an attractive event of the weekend was the Musicale on saturday evening in the ladies Parlour of the first presbyterian Church when mrs. Henry v. Koonts presented her music pupils in their annual Spring recital before a Large audience of interested friends and patrons. The recital was opened with the singing in unison of Stephen Foster a Beautiful dreamer by the music pupils with Nancy Hall serving As piano accompanist and Sara Barrier Sang a vocal selection a i dream of Jeannie with the Light Brown hair Stephen Foster with her sister. Margaret Barrier playing the piano accompaniment. In the individual performance of their respective number each Pupil showed splendid training and in Many cases unusual Talent their rendition reflecting credit on both teacher Aud Pupil. Concluding the presentation was the a a hallelujah chorus from Handel s a me Siah a played As a piano duet by Hunter Daltou jr., and mrs. Koonts which was an impressive postlude for the Well planned program. Perfect practice awards went to four pupils. Janet sue Langley Margaret and Sara Barrier and Hunter Dalton jr., or. O. C. Williamson making the presentation and honorable mention went to Ann Wood and Ann Folger who had perfect practice awards for the first semester. Margaret and Sara Barrier also received awards for the most attractive musical scrapbook kept during the year. A colourful setting for the event was achieved by the use of summer Flowers in the rooms and at the conclusion of the program the group were invited onto the Church Lawn where they were served punch and cookies by mrs. P. Jul Dalton and mrs. T. C. Langley. Those taking part on the program included the following pupils. Hunter Dalton jr., Sara and Margaret Barrier Sarah Shaw Janet sue Langley Ann Wood. Martha Ann Klutts Nancy Hall Miriam Mccall Nancy to Smith Hallie Trepke and Ann Folger. Mcrae Loftin vows revealed at Denton Denton june to 4 special of interest Here and elsewhere is the marriage of miss Mary Lou Mcrae of Greensboro to Pickett be Loftlin of Denton and High Point on thursday May 30. Mrs. Loftin is the daughter of mrs Mattie Belle Mcrae of Greensboro. Or. Loftlin is the son of or. And mrs. More l. Loftin of Denton and has been in High Point for sometime. Where he holds a position with the Adana Mills hosiery Mill. Or. And mrs. Lofton will make their Home at 613 English Street High Point. Vaughn Boone a graduate of High Point College a accepted a position Here with the rusher hosiery company. He will he Iii charge of the dyeing department. Or. And mrs. Grayson Lomax and daughter. Linda recently visited in High Point the guests of miss Virgie Hail. Or. Dwight Stokes of Albemarle spent tuesday Here As the guest of or. And mrs. Denny Crofts russe Strider has returned to hts Home to Troy after spending set it Al Day Here w Ith his Mother mrs Edna Strider who is in charge of the lady fair Shoppe. Craig Plummer is spending sometime in Harlem. Ga., with his sister mrs. Tom Clyatt and or. Clyatt. Rev. G. L. Curry is spending this week in Durham attending the summer conference. Marvin Sexton is attending the summer school at Elon College where he will study piano for six weeks. The vacation Bible school will begin at the Central methodist c Hurch monday june 17, to run for two weeks. Mrs. Arthur Lanier will act As superintendent with several teachers in charge. The school will be open to All children who wish to attend or. J. P. Bingham. Sr., of Lexington spent sunday Here with his Mother or. W. L. G. Bingham. Robert Johnson has returned Home after completing his Bathe Lor of science degree at High Point College. He is the son of or. And mrs. N Johnson of Denton. The Bible training school which a held at first methodist Church closed wednesday night with a Large attendance. Instructors were Rev. Sharpe of it. Airy and Rev. Howard of Farmer. The Home economics class of Denton school recently spent a week at White Lake with miss Mary Alice Franklin teacher and mrs. Vernon Cashatt in charge of the group. Or. And mrs. Sam Radgett left monday for new York to spend several Days with their son John Lowe Radgett and mrs. Radgett. Rev. Clarence Russell of Polkton spent a few Days Here this week with his Mother mra. T. C. Russell. It c n successes claimed by third Reich germans Are closing in pincer movement around French capital graduate nurses to meet at y. W. C. A. The High Point g r a d ii at in nurses club will meet at the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Wednesday St 3 30 for its regular meeting. Mrs. Fred Bartlett will talk on Kon Rohn Herk to mrk. Roncoe Samuel mrs. Roscoe f. Samuels of perching Street announces the birth of a son. Michael David on sunday night june 9. At the Bur Rua memorial Hospital. Mrs. Samuels. Before her marriage Wras miss Lila Scales of High Point. Mrs. Samuels husband was killed about a week ago in an automobile Accident near Siler City. By the associated pres Barlin june German inroads in the drive toward Paris with the allies in Retreat at several places was reported today by the High command. Hailing a new Victory in Norway and steady Progress in toe great Western front offensive its communique declared that a great successes already have been won but bigger Olms Are in the informed germans expressed belief that the drive across Northern France was reaching a decisive phase and that the nazi armies were dosing in the Blades of a pincers around Paris. The closest German approach to Paris reported by the French was an armoured car wedge about 35 Miles from the capital the High command said the nazis w Ere charging along the entire front from the coast at Abbeville eastward beyond Sedan apparently Clear to the a a hinge of the fighting front with the mag Inot line. German said their heaviest pressure a southward on the coastal flank toward Cherbourg and Ian Havre French ports still accessible for British reinforcements and american supplies and in the campaigns District toward reims. Aims it harbours aiming at important harbours the coastal drive also holds the possibility of throwing a Loop southward of Paris that might bottle up French forces with their backs to the Maginot line. But again today As it has since the Start of the big push six Days ago the communique gave Only the Barest detail of the Advance. Norway capitulation and the withdrawal of All Allied forces from Narvik and Northern Norway was called a Complete Victory Over a overwhelming enemy King Daikon and his government arrived in England today. Both British and French conceded the abandonment of hard won Narvik Norway Arctic Iron Ore port to gather All their resources for the critical Battle in fance Progress a on schedule is ex-1 peeled and planned was reported by the High command on a front of roughly 350 Kilometres 217 Miles a moving in the direction of the lower Seine and Marne a Well As a fall enemy counter thrusts it i in where undertaken with Armor-3 eds ars foundered a if said. A at several Points the fight became a Pursuit. German flying j units of All kinds supported the i army a Advance with Strong forces along the lower Seine and in the communique reported Aerial havoc on Allied troop fort i fixations and communications in i eluding a staff Headquarters near reims Sud renewed air raids on Cherbourg and be Havre. In both French ports it Aid ships were sunk including a 5,-000-ton transport. North of Harstad Norway an 8.000-ton merchantman a reported heavily hit. R i is futile against German Aerial successes including destruction of 91 Allied planes�?68 of them in air fights the communique said new night raids on North and Western Germany failed to cause military damage and Only a five of our own planes Are the situation of the French is worsening hourly. German said. They asserted that official French announcements no longer concealed that fact. These German said the movement of fast German unit along the English Channel toward be Havre and South of the Somme were proceeding a according to these moves they said Are direr Ted at Central France. A ensuing Days May bring important developments a a spokes than said. X he spoke on the situation while germans were awaiting official confirmation of Norway capitulation. While the air Forte was reported lending Strong support to the army s ground work in France. Germans said England was not being neglected in German plans. This was interpreted by observers to indicate increased air actin Ity against the British Isles to hamper to the utmost any possible attempt of the British materially supporting their ally on the continent. Informed quarters Alae said that German naval units claimed to have sunk the British aircraft Carrier glorious and other British Craft undoubtedly were on a do watch positions above the Arctic circles. There will be plenty of work for them these circles said in connection with the expected return of transport bearing British and French troops from Narvik fat Northern norwegian port. Refusal to Salute Flag by religious sect Sparks fight two men shot and sect s Headquarters burned in Kennebunk Maine Kennebunk. Me., a a six members of sect. Weie summoned Cipal court today june a religious into Intuni to answer charges of assault with intent to kill after wild week end disorders in which two men were shot the sects Headquarters razed by fire and two men beaten. Dwight a Robinson. 22, of Kennebunk a shipyard worker the most seriously wounded was felled by Shotgun pellets in the hips and legs. He was Given a blood transfusion last night and physicians reported his condition improved. Fred Mcdonald. 33. The other Man whose shooting touched off the mob action which shuttled Between this town and Biddeford. To Miles Distant suffered leg wounds. State policeman George in Beckett said the disturbances originated in Sanford a nearby town saturday night after member of the sect Jehovah a witnesses had refused to Salute the american Flag maintaining that their religious beliefs forbade allegiance other than to the diet. A fist fight developed at that time. The Melee at Sanford was precipitated police said when two sect members distributing literature were challenged by a crowd led by Man carrying an american Flag. Fisticuffs followed the refusal of the religious group to Salute the Flag Robinson and Mcdonald told police that they were fired upon is they sat in an automobile near the sects Kennebunk Headquarters. They were returning from a dance they said and had no intentions of molesting the religionists who previously had complained to police that they had received threats. The shooting a followed by1 a succession of disturbances during which a mob of 2.000 torched the groups headquarter twice before it a levelled by fire. Another crowd of 500 stoned a Biddeford apartment House police said dragged two men from their Home and a a roughed them and threatened another before he convinced them he was not a member of the sect. The War today Gigantic Battle d f France entering decisive stage with Hitler hurling full Force of military machine for Quick Victory by Dewitt mat Kenzie a from the sea to the Argonne the Battle continues More and More French morning communique. There can be no doubt that the Battle of France is entering its decisive stages. The position of the French army is indeed grave. Developments Are Likely to move fast from now on. American youth Dies in Germany Allied bombing raid on june j takes life of Alfred Paul Ritter w Ashington. June tile state department announced today that Alfred Paul Ritter. 8, an american boy. Was killed in an air bombing attack at Kling Stein near Ulm Germany. Shortly after Midnight june 4. The child whose Mother. Marie lives in Collingdale pa., had been living with his grandparents in Germany since 1937. His father German born is dead. Details of the air raid were not Given. The state department said that so far a it knew this was the first american civilian killed in the War. Captain Robert m. Losev military attache at Stockholm. Was killed in Norway Early in the scandinavian fighting social Security payments heavy Guilford receives total payments of 11,652,425.64 Raleigh june Ion Twenty five North Carolina counties those with Large industries received 60.6 per cent or $17,659,-496 91. Of the approximately 129.-1 43,262.12 distributed in the too counties in Aid. Assistance insurance and services provided in the ten division of the National social Security act through last year generally it is estimated from official sources by Charles g. Powell chairman of the n. C. Co employment compensation commission. Eighteen count in received More i than half 11 4.751.181.53, or i 50.6 per cent of these funds 15 i counties received 113.356.710.65, j or 45.8 per cent ten counties received $10,697,110.20, or 36.7 per cent and five counties received 23.77 per cent. Or $6,925,893.64. Guilford county received a to a Tai of $1,652,425 64. Divided As follows old age assistance $453,-4 43 old age and survivors insurance. $12,250.97 unemployment compensation $773,756 Aid to dependent children $191,319.50 Aid to the Blind $32,656.40 and the five services. $189,000. An Tler Jamestown women s service society has regular meet special to the Enterprise Jamestown june to. A the woman a society of Christian service of the Jamestown methodist Church met tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. G. W. Fink. The president mrs. H. A Wolliard. Miss Irma Bundy read the minutes of the past meeting and mrs. I. A. Ray gave the missionary new. The program topic a Emu Nan Shutt Montgomery vows solemnized saturday in Danville Virginia mrs. K. Ii. Shutt wishes to ounce the marriage of daughter Esther Bernice to Johnj Montgomery which took place in Danville., on saturday june 8, 1 940. The couple was accompanied to Danville by or. And mrs. A o. Davis and the Bride s Mother mrs. E. L. Shutt. For her nuptials the Bride was attired in a Light Blue dress with accessories of Black. Or. And mrs. Montgomery will make their Home with the Bride s Mother on Council Street for the present. Uie holding the Texas Mexico missionary was Given by mrs. T. H. Bundy and mrs. Q. J. Johnson. After the meeting adjourned the hostess served refreshments. A a a a a misses Mary Frances Webster Jean Webster Jean Spencer and mrs. Z. V. Morgan have returned Home after spending a week in Camp at White Lake under the supervision of miss Catherine fallow Home economics teacher of Jamestown High school. While there the group enjoyed trip by boat to Crystal Beach. Or. And mrs. O. M. Bundy and daughter miss Doris Bundy have returned Home from a trip to new York. While there they attended the world s fair and on their return Home visited relatives in Washington d. Car. And mrs. Roy Carmichael. Miss Mary Elizabeth Aud Odell Carmichael Are in new York attending the world s fair and visiting other Northern Points of interest. Miss Ruth Bundy a member of the Farmer High school faculty is spending the summer vacation Here with her parents or. And mrs. R. E. Bundy. The ladies Bible class met for a Short business meeting wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. O. M. Bundy. After the meeting adjourned a social hour was enjoyed. British flying Ace killed in Accident a Cobber Kain shot Down More than 40 German planes London. June it a Britain a first air Ace of the War. Flying officer e. J. A a cobbers Kain unofficially credited with More than 40 German planet shot Down in action has been killed it was disclosed today. His death resulted from a flying Accident while on duty not in action. A new Sealander. Kain had recently been named to head a group of British pilots a with a bag of 20 or More enemy planet on roving commissions. Kain who was 22 years old was the first British airman to win distinction in France in the present War. He was awarded the distinguished flying Crosa last March for gallantry in attacking with another plane seven nag bombers. And chasing them into German territory. Previously a a cobbers had Ahot Down five German planes two Donler bombers and three Messerschmidt fighters. In one air fight rain had to a Ball out when his machine a shot Down. He was wounded by shrapnel in his left leg and hand. While on leave in England last april Kain announced Hla engagement to Joyce Phillips 23-year-old actress. Few recommends in Neutral minds Duke University president receives honorary degree at Boston University Boston. June .4 a or. William Preston few president of Duke University today called upon College graduates All Over the United states not to have a Neutral speaking at Boston University s 67th commencement or. Few said a we May sometimes be Neutral citizens but this is no time for Neutral minds. We must have convictions for w hich we will stand though every free government in Europe might fall yes even though the heavens fall. There have been too Many a Neutral minds in european democracies following the fatigue of the last world War. Upon them rests ultimately a Good Deal of responsibility for conditions in Europe or few was Otie of 13 receiving honorary degree a doctor of humanities. Can withhold Relief from those who refuse to enlist in United states army hakki8buru. Put., june a a Pennsylvania Relief officials advised county authorities today they have the right to withhold Relief hum unmarried men under 4 0 years of age who refuse to enlist for military service. Howard l. Russell state Secretary of Public assistance said the county boards could deny help to Bingle men who reject a Chance at military service under the nations extended defense program. He said he would not recommend such action but pointed out that a two year old regulation of his department permits a local Board to Cut off Relief when it thinks a Man has failed to explore All the possibilities of obtaining a livelihood. Tried and True Anita lamp a tear old car wifely carried Chester Wagner Oil a 0, trip through the Southern states. Wagner snid he had Only one serious breakdown a a cracked Axle. And a spare atle he carried with him solved that difficulty. The Only tiling we can add St the moment is that the Issue has not yet been determined. Xiv by Gand still has a Chance to perform Hia Miracle. Hitler appears to have Flung into the balance virtually All his remaining resources in a supreme Effort to Send his 225-mile Battle line smashing Over the French defenders into Paris. The unprecedented assault Force of 1,800,000 men we hich he la using against the French represents a German advantage of perhaps two to one a and 600.000 of these Are fresh troops which were sent in against the defenders Light Wing in the Argonne along with another 3,800 tanks. German pressure Lins been heaviest in three main sectors. These have been on the extreme ends of the Long front and in the Center. On the French left Wing the nazis have continued to try to effect a turning movement Down the coast. They succeeded in piercing the French line with 200 tanks and jamming some of these through to Rouen which is the port of Paris close to the Mouth of the Seine. The German infantry Wasny table to follow through after the tanks and thus a bad break in the French line was averted for the time being. The capture of Rouen would represent a grievous loss to the French for it not Only is one of Lite chief ports of the nation but is a great Center of distribution for Northern France. Many of the supplies of the capital pass through Rouen. Just at the Mouth of the Seine lies the great port of be Havre which the germans also Are eager to get. In the Center of the line the germans have kept hammering at positions on both sides of the Dis River in an Effort to open up this Valley route to Paris Over on the French right Wing he German attack in the Argonne Region with fresh troops appears to be for the purpose of trying to Hammer Down on the Marne River and follow this historic Stream through to the capital. Of these three main thrusts the Moat dangerous to Date has been that along the coast since it threatens to turn the French Wing put the ermans in Possession of be Havre and Rouen and swing a great claw about Paris from the West it is in this drive that the germans have reached one Point some 35 Miles from Paris. In itself this does t necessarily mean disaster for the old Kaiser Cam nearer the capital than that la 1914. Aka Xia tic to me even More dramatic than the unparalleled immensity of this bloody clash at arms la the time element involved. The comparatively Short period a maybe a Mere fortnight or so in which Hitler must win the War or Likely lose. The Mere fortnight which the allies must hold the Savage Rush of the German horde in order to establish a Good Chance for Victory. A Mer fortnight on which hang Hie life of empires. All this is premised on facts which you and i have discussed More than once before because of my insistence of their importance. On the one hand. We have Hitler equipped with the most powerful War machine Ever constructed. Most certainly threatening Quick annihilation to anything crossing its path but with virtually no resources of any kind with which to maintain i wonder machine. On the other hand the allies unprepared to stand up against this Avalanche but possessing Between them wealth and resource beyond dreams if they can Only hold the nazi onslaught Long enough to draw on those resource. French Premier Reyna and on May 22, declared that of Franco could a hold out for one month and we will hold out for whatever time i necessary we will have travelled three fourths of the Road to of course we know that Rey Naud was t trying to pin this thing to an exact period. Also he wok speaking before the Allied tragedy in Flanders. Still the purport of his remark remains the same for he meant that Hitler could t stand a Long War that the fuehrer would have hot his Bolt in perhaps a month. Ara d o not let xxx i i Etuk dirt and grit shorten the life of your rugs Send them to us for a Superior cleaning Job a Ifor a Kitchen hands a rub. Enter is Mehki Piton 2393

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