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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sammy Snead Back on game blow up in National proved to be \ a liable to Hill Billy by Gayle Talbot Miami fla., March 4.�? pm a Sam Snead have believed it that terrible Day last summer when her world collapsed about him hut those eight at cokes he took on the final Hole of the open championship outside Philadelphia have brought him More Money and greater peace of mind than the Hill Billy Ever knew before. The Money has rolled in because the country la full of duffers who want to see the Star who took eight blows on one Hole and hear him Tell about it. Sam in Between having six Teeth extracted has been in contend demand for personal appearances. In a told he has made More Money than Byron Nelson who went on to win the open after Snead s monumental blowup it was Tough going for a time after Sam walked off that final Green his eyes brimming with tears and his mind a tragic Blank. Many of us wondered if he Ever would he a great golfer again. One of his closest friends supplied the answer while we were watching Sam and his partner Ralph Uldahl. Mow Down their first round opponents in the m i s in i Biltmore four Hall tournament yesterday. A a has a a better golfer than he Ever was because his mind is at ease. He Able to joke about that eight now and describe it. Stroke by stroke at banquets. He used to he timid and High Strung hut now he jokes All the Way around a course. All he needs now is to get his game tuned up again. His s liable to win the next open by to strokes Sam looks better than anyone Ever saw him. He is hitting his drives a country mile and putting beautifully. Only his Irons Are a Little rutty in spots. Few i an i Ned on Center of Indus High Point North Carolina Page nine Martin takes staunch stand As prohibitionist the chief comes Home from the Roosevelt is shown returning to Washington after a sea trip which took him on an inspection of Panama canal defences. The chief executive who incidentally got in a Little fishing while he was away is shown being greeted by Secretary of state Hull left on the observation platform of the president a train. Hound ii Why Eddie he i it. Carolina wins two conference crowns swimming and basketball taken by Chapel Hill aggregations Chapel Hill March 4�? up a a the University of North Carolina added two More Southern conference championship to it collection Over the week end a basketball and win thing. The North Carolina White phantom won the conference basketball tournament at Raleigh by whipping it traditional foe. Hike 29 to 23 in the final game. It a North Carolina seventh tournament Victory. Standout of the tournament was North Carolina big George Glamack who scored 62 Point in the three tournament game. He accounted for 18 Point in the Duke game. To get to the finale North oar Jolina whipped Clemson the 1939 Champion and Wake format. Duke nosed out the Citadel and then trimmed Maryland. North Carolina virtually walk Jed away with the swimming championship in the meet Here it scored so Points highest Ever made since the conference meet a been held. The tar Heel dethroned Clemson defending champions who finish third with 27 Points Duke team came in second with 34 Points. N. State scored 17. Points William and Mary 13. J Washington and Lee 12, and v. M i. 9. A a Thurman Arnold writes for Duke Law school publication Durham. March 4.�?�? Thurman Arnold assistant attorney general in charge of the anti Truat Divi Alon of the c. S. Justice department and la other members of the division staff have joined in describing the policies and problem of the division in ten articles comprising the current Issue of Al a and contemporary problems a the Duke University Law school quarterly. New York. March 4 a up a Davey of Brien May give the Oil big the go by for a coaching Job when he plays out his pro string. Anyway he a shifting from geology to a course in physical education in his graduate work at Texas Christian. Four schools Are in a dog fight for the four seniors on the Durham n. A High cagers who won 62 in a Row. Basketball on donkeys is the latest up in Massachusetts. Jack Kearns would like to know if somebody paid Boh pastor handsome Bonus the other Day if so what for. Latest we can get on the it. Of Colorado athletic probe is that the faculty investigators Are beginning to line up behind coach Bunny Oakes. Of of or. Eddie Iii Sci min and some of the lows a it mutant Roaches addressed a foot ill banquet in the National guard armory at Marshalltown last week. Farr the spread the coaches invited the Grid Der into an adjoining room for att informal talk. Maybe it was a coincidence that the sign Over the door read a recruiting off less teams of the past. Ted Mcgraw dodger scout is flying to. Puerto Rico to look Over the crop in the Island Feal ties. That Man is balt h our lids we should doff to the Huron of Roff who a in the grand Obi game. And Well May we shout. For while he was out tilings weren to exactly the name. Personals Ford c Frick i president of the National league. Is vacationing on the coast. Mickey Walker the old a toy is playing an encore i refereeing engagement in Mexico i City this week. Mike Given sex Newark baseball writes is do Jing such a neat Job heating the i drum for the bears club officials Are wondering How they Ever j got along without Mike. Ralph de Palma the old Speed i King. Is managing a midget Auto i track at Miami. Rube did j Rickson Zaharis has brought a special to the Enterprise Lexington mar. 4�?a statewide referendum on liquor and a reapportionment of the legislative representation Are advocated in the platform of in. A. Martin of Lexington a candidate for lieutenant governor. Martin made Public his platform last night. He expressed himself As opposed to liquor and the licensing of gambling devices by the state. On the liquor question he said no time Fob neutrality a i will have no Man vote for me with any misunderstanding of my position on the liquor question. This is no time for neutrality on this Issue. I am opposed to liquor Rind i make no apologies for my opposition to it. I have always been against it in theory and practice and Quot having never taken a drink of whiskey in my life i think i can sincerely say i am personally socially politically and economically dry. And i shall remain so. Moreover. If i am nominated and elected lieutenant governor of North Carolina i shall use All the strength i May possess and every legitimate Power and influence that May attach to my office to drive liquor and its attending evils from the Borders of this state. This statement Hay not he Good politics to those who want to Wink at liquor i might straddle this question and play a dual role and perhaps by deception and demagoguery invite a following from both groups the wets and the Drys but i Arn not addressing myself to politic and i am not soft peddling thir Issue. Rather i am addressing myself to that which i believe to be a righteous cause and i believe it is time for somebody in North Carolina to speak on this subject with in open declaration. In language that a is simple Clear and unmistakable. So that the voters of this state who believe in the Ca use of tem m a Ortix Para Nee and sobriety May stand up and he counted. Advocated referendum a was a member of tile state Senate in the 1937 session. I advocated a referendum on the liquor question so that we might again determine How our people feel on this very important and far reaching question and i still believe As i believed then that this is the right Way and the fail1 Way to Settle this question. Do not believe the legislature has the right to nullify and set aside the election of 1908 which gave the people of this slate prohibition i do not believe the general Assembly of North Carolina. Composed of Only 170 members. Has the right to nullify and declare void a Law that was passed by a vote in which 80,000 voters participated. This is not democracy a this Isnit fair a it Isnit just a it Isnit right. If prohibition is to be repealed then it ought to he repealed in the same manner and through the i London. March 4 same method that brought about the Scotash trawler its adoption in this state by a a lost today with vote of the people. This is democracy at work anything else is autocracy dangerous and county terms Case slated argument will to heard in a supreme court this week Raleigh March 4.�? to a argument in a Case which May affect the terms of office of officials in 21 counties will be Bead by the supreme court this week. The Case was brought by George a. Penny to compel the Harnett county Board of elections to enter his name As a candidate for Register of deeds. The 1935 legislature extended the terms of registers of deeds from two to four years effective with those ejected in 1936. However. Harnett and some other counties were exempted from the act in 1939 the legislature extended the term of the Harnett Register of deeds elected in 1938. From two to four years making his term expire in 1942 rather Chan in 1 94 0. Superior court judge Clawson l. Williams held the act constitutional and retroactive and Penny appealed the Case. Bond Issue for Iid of jews in Palestine to be floated Goldsboro mar. 4.�?lp>�?a Bond Issue of $5,000,000 to Aid j jews in Palestine will be floated 1 in the United states within the next month and a half. Details of the plan were Given to the Semi annual meeting of the Seaboard zionist Council Here yes j ter Day by Daniel Ellison of Baltimore. President of the Council. A trawler sunk by blast it s ides of Hitler no not the ides of Marc by aka serve or for seven years Adolf Hitler has presented the world with a Brand new crisis almost every March and the ides Are approaching again. A beware the ides of March a warned the soothsayer to Julius Caesar of the Day he was to go on the spot in the old roman Way. The ides. Specifically was the 15th. But the word was loosely applied to the seven Days preceding. And Hitler has taken them for his own. Here is the record of Hitler in March on March 3, 1933. Hitler showed up As the strongest single Factor in the Reich Stag elections. On March 23 he won dictatorial Power from the Reich Stag. Two years later on March 12, 1935. He told the British and French to go climb a tree that he was going to build an air Force despite the treaty of Versailles. On March 16 he reintroduced compulsory military service. And began officially army thai Poland. Building up the later to conquer within a year March 7. Ii hitlers troops reoccupied Rhineland wiping out the military clauses of the Versal treaty. For two years the Gen military machine grew and i bul it was Between March and March 13, 1938, that legions marched into Austria a annexed it without a shot or flied. The British and Flea fumed As March passed did no ing. It was exactly on the fatal id of March 15, 1939. That hrs began his annexation of Creel Slovakia. What a More the ides March this year fall on Fridi and that s uncomfortably clo to the saturday which is univ Lucky Day. The nazi party pus of 1934. The conscription Deer of 1935, the Rhineland occur Tion of 1936, the austrian be tire of 1938. Were All put o on saturday. A i pm a Ben a Tow a Crew of nine in an explosion which blew up the vessel off the scottish East coast. M Neill adds Wood to fiery Battle to precede May primary Home at Santa Mon Ira. Cal. Spends her time playing Golf the Hollywood big shots. May Puett. Inventor of the Trio starting Gate is an sex hand from the Rio Grande. And dts to Medwick broadcasting a i could spend the summer working around the garage and w ind i up with As much dough As Breaden wants to pay me 1 Corner Drew Many stings in the Widener Handicap Pool. Blue chips monday he. The twice National Champion american National insurance co. Girl s has Wethall team of Galveston has challenged the famous de Mon que course ton grads of Canada who claim j the topic of the lecture Glenn the International title. Elmer Cunningham is delivering these Ripley Georgetown coach rates Days is a running around the the current n. V. U. Cagers on world Quot. In four Quarter a Par with Howard Canna great j time. We suppose. Today sgt emt Star Davis j. Walsh los Angeles examiner a they sax Mike Roca Nix left is definitely out of the lox Eta pie in. ,. Lint if they keep on inning double exposures out then the Only git Wiio positively wont exer he in tile picture attain is Lite late Harry hoi Idini a state Ille Republican a univ gop officially seeking governorship Raleigh. March 4 a Tfir Robert h Mcneill of Statesville j paid $t05 to the state Hoard of elections today and filed for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in the May 2ith primary in precedent is primary Battles in both Republican and democratic ranks appeared certain with 12 Days left during which candidate May file for congressional and state offices. Nine democrats have announced for governor five More than Ever entered a primary in the state five republicans have declared their intention to run and that is also a record Houghton fays m five persons die on roads harlots Man victim of la it him i Rier near Lumberton Charlotte March i at least five persons were up kill negro tried for double crime Ned Cochrane bound Oyer to Davidson Superior court special to the Enterprise rep. R l. Houghton of the ninth District Detlin of the North Carolina congressional delegation and chairman of the House ways and Means committee. Paid his $100 filing fee for renomination f or Houghton reconsidered and announcement he would retire. Rep. A l by i Winkle of the loth District also filed for re election. Democrats who have already paid their filing fee in the gubernatorial fight Are Lieut. Gov. Vav p. Horton of Pittsboro. J m. Broughton of Raleigh. N j. Maxwell of Raleigh and Arthur Sim five die in fire of red building Stockholm March a five Persona an believed to live perished in a fire which destroyed us building Linti ing file comm uni to headquarter for Northern Sveden at ruin yesterday. Philip for Berg a common. 1st editor known a red Hill in. Xxx a injured leaping to a Afef j. Mostow. March 4.�?<>p a Hie soviet Trade Timon Organ trod charged today that a fire in communist headquarter at . Northern Sweden yesterday xxx a1 roused by an explosion planned by a British French xxx a mongers and to Weir swedish Thomasville. March 4 a Ned Cochrane Thomasville negro was hound Over to the May term of Davidson county Superior court by judge \ w. Hied in Highway accidents in North i ram when probable cause was Carolina Over the week end. Found in a Case of assault and robbery charged against him Cochrane Bond was set St a 000. Fin Ehi its t Downs Camden Pinehurst. March 4 Ltd spotting the visitors one goal the Pinehurst Polo team Defeated Camden. 8. C., 4 to 3 Here yesterday. Earl Shaw of Chicago playing for Pinehurst got a bad spill in tha fifth chukker and sprained his wrist and bruised his face. A a a a a n nou no Esca Nhi Dacy Salisbury March ,4,--<�> a George Oliell Veteran of four terms in the state legislature has announced his Candida y for reelection. His announcement a the second for the legislature. Howard c. Bueck of East Spencer i the other candidate. John d. Smith of Charlotte a pedestrian was injured fatally i near Lumberton when struck by i the automobile of a hit and run Driver. Near Booneville Tom Arnett. I 17, was killed and five other persons were injured when their car j turned Over. Charlie Carter 30 of Cramer i ton. Was killed instantly by an automobile As he walked along Wilkinson Boulevard about eight i Miles East of Gastonia. Marcus Ferguson Beck. Charlotte soft drink Salesman was struck and killed by a taxi while crossing a Street Here. At Wilmington w. Peterson 79. Retired shoe merchant was almost instantly killed saturday night when he stepped in front of an automobile driven by Neil j. Quot Alder. New Hanover Abc enforcement officer. Mons of Burlington. Announced j candidate who have not filed j vet Are l. L. Gravely of Rocky i mount. Paul d. Grady of Kenly. I Thomas e Cooper of willing a ton Bryant Thompson of Ham i let and Edwin p. Hale of leaks i Vul Only r Efu Blac an Mcneill is the Only Republican i officially listed but announce i merits have been made by George Pritchard of Asheville form congressman. And William h. Jordan of Efland. John a Hoffman of Burlington and Forrest Whitten of Salisbury the Only. Other 1 Republican Filer so far is Monroe Adam of Statesville who will oppose congressman Houghton. Fred a Pope a fined one half Cost and ordered to make Good a worthless Check Given to the operator of a local service station Charlie Gibson a fined the Cost for driving without a proper Driver License. A a. Robust at Ina Chicago a father Dearborn which is Chicago a name was 103 years old today and the City a statistical expert gave out some data on How he has been growing. On March 4, 1 837, the City had an area of to Square mile and a population of 4,170. Today the area was 211 Square Miles Aud the population estimated at approximately 3,760,000 the nation second largest City. Italians kid their Axis partners partner russian tanks. Don t Cuca danger j Quot is it death to touch it Quot Quot Norbut you might break it Quot italian comic paper "420. Signposts indicating the attitude of italians toward Russia partner of italian a Saxis partner Germany Are the numerous cartoons poking fun at the soviet army and its inability to crush tiny Finland. Typical of them Are the two shown Here. The one at left from the italian comic paper �?o420,&Quot lampoons the inefficiency and makeshift nature of soviet mechanized equipment. The cartoon at right from a a Guerno Meshino Quot Milan comic weekly kids the reds Over the Way the finns with primitive weapons literally a Cut to pieces Quot the taunted soviet War machine russian arms. Ipi lilt a in Quot to Ali j is am j is my j ii the finns did it with their Hunting knives. Italy. German fliers escape French Tell of being forced Dom ii then making a Back to own lines Berlin. March 4.�?</p the Story of a forced Landing within Frances Maginot line fortifications and two German fliers one seriously wounded who wormed their Way bark past French outposts to the German lines was told in the High commands from Munique today. The communique summarized the week end Quot of Aorist warfare which included reconnaissance Over Eastern France Aud along the British coast. Four German planes were reported to have engaged 12 French shooting Down one and putting1 the flighty in the biggest engagement. Plane forced Day a Iii another dogfight til it oru uhf que skid. Titties French Pursuit planes tacked a the in Refl re Plaw Quot in Region of Metz. Failure of the Heinkel s two motors furred the German plane to land a within the French fortification lines a the communique went on. The Crew at once burned the plane and two of them one with a gunshot wound in his thigh sneaked Back to the Gentian lines. Whether the Bullet wound War suffered in the air fight was not stated. This on est Ells lock Haven. Pay officers Fred. E. Miller and John c. Fisher want Jesse of Hager whom they attested on a disorderly charge to pay the cleaning Hill for their uniforms. They said Hager was carrying g dead Skunk in the pocket of his Hunting coat at the a the smelled they wrote on the police docket. Clues sought in axe murder of c georgians Mconough a. March 4. 1 a j e a i o u s y and robbery were considered today by investigators seeking a motive for the killing of pretty Brunet Sarah Rawls 20, and Benton Ford. 24. A Young Farmer Charley Wilkinson found the two Early yesterday bludgeoned to death in a Muddy Cornfield about too Yards from where a Side Road turns off from the Mcdonough Atlanta Highway. Ford was lying face Down about so feet from his parked pick up truck his head beaten in by eight blows from a Blunt instrument i Rawls her face up and her arms neatly placed by her idea a was 15 feet nearer the truck she had been struck four times on the head and shoulders. Strands of hair found strands of hair were found clasped in the hand of both. Indicating they had put up a desperate fight. Henry county sheriff h. M. Amis reported $25 Friend said Ford had carried was missing lending color to a robbery motive theory. Amis and Dekalb county police chief j. T daily said they also were checking the possibility that jealousy might be involved. The nature of the wound suggested an a or a Jack handle might have been used to heat the couple to death. Miss Rawl and Ford both popular in thl Rural Community left a Roadside dance place near Stockbridge about 11 30 p. In. Saturday after an evening of amusement with friends. The War today until finn problem is settled there can be no Hope of peace Between Germany and Allied armies by de Witt Mackenzie Herr Hitler s ambitious peace terms As reportedly outline to special american ambassador Sumner Welles Are. Of your those of a conqueror and impossible of acceptance by the Angl French allies but they Are neither More nor less than observe expected and Haven t altered the situation at All. Thus seekers after wars ende need find no disappointment in i the fuehrer s claims albeit there is Little apparent encouragement. I we at least have Hitler s top j Price which represents either the height of optimism or a bold Effort to drive a hard horse Deal. I to Complete the picture we j need to know what the keen or. J Welle read Between the lines j maybe he saw some bargaining Points to report to president Roosevelt. We also should like a record of the conversations Between marshal Hermann Goering. The nazi chieftain political heir and others. Certainly not All German leaders look at thing just a Doe Herr Hitler. One thing Lear one thing would seem to be quite Clear that while this probably is a Good time for undersecretary Welles to collect information relating to Prospect the time has t arrived for peace overtures. He undoubtedly will encounter just As firm a stand in Paris and London especially As regards the determination to a crush Hitler ism a and the value of his Mission will lie in his ability to site up the general situation through his own observation. The cold fact is that not All the cards in this War Are on the table yet. Important plays Are in the process of being developed and not until the outcome is apparent will either Side he prepared to consider peace Terras and perhaps not then. The Russo finnish conflict is an outstanding example. That has As Many potentialities a a Porcupine has quins. Either the finns will be rescued by their friends or ultimately will he smashed by the reds reds still a a Neutral of the muscovite overrun the Little Republic without outside intervention this presumably leave the reds still a a Neutral far a concern the War bet wee Germany and the allies. A England and France May inter vane thereby forcing Russia a to the main conflict on the is of Germany and opening tip new Battle from against to nazi. Or possibly Norway it Sweden might join the allies defense of the finn. Every time you figure out new combination you give to general War a fresh comple Xic just at this moment it it hat to say whether the allies Haver delayed too Long to save the a int finns. With the bolshevik its aired. Claiming to be the strategic important City of Lipuri to position of tote defender greatly worsened. This plate is s vital railway Center and its fall might mean that the finns oui be Cut off from All line of coir Mun cation in that Region and so have to withdraw from the Karl Man isthmus and their now fare Ous Mannerheim line which they have defended so gallantly for three bloody month against vast i Odd. May mean Aid naturally. The longer the finns can hold on. The Greaten the Rance of intervention by the other scandinavian country or the allies or both. Even if the finns have to abandon the isthmus and withdraw to their Lake defense further North they May still save the Day of they can hold for a month or so tint i the Spring Rains turn the country into a morass and Render troop movement almost impossible in any event until we get this h e a r t moving problem settled there is no need to talk of peace Between Germany and the Anglo French brotherhood. We must know. Too. What turn will he taken by swiftly moving events in the Balkans and the near East. The outcome of the Politico economic fight now being waged in the Balkans Between Hitler and the allies will in itself he of tremendous importance to the trend of the War proper. A a uhme ago produce Chicago March 4 a up a butter 706.463. Steady Creamerv-93 score 286 92. 28 91. 27 \ 90 27 a 89 27 a i 88. 26 4 90 centralized carlot. 27v4-ft. Eggs 10,462. Steady fresh graded extra firsts local 16 4, cars 164 first local 16 4. Cars 16�?T, current receipts ish. A Manchuria expects to produce 26.500 ton of beet sugar this year which will break All it a Prev Loua records for shouting a up Hitler after a Soldier Patrick Bannon was fined $5 in Lisnaskea Northern Ireland Here s Hitler s Price for close to Adolf Hitler believed be told of state sunnier Welles that Germany would tight until Britain and France recognize m a German Monroe doctrine for Cen v 1 f a a Ccu my restore her lost colonies. Hit Lerus Price for peace according to this version deluded permanent German political dominate Over Bohemia Moravia. Slovakia an Hungary. Territory is shown by Diagonal line. This plan also provides that England and France Promise not to stir up the Balkans and the Baltic Region and that the a stranglehold control a of the Suez anal cease. Beware coughs from common colds that hang on or emulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ Laden phlegm. Increase secretion and Ald nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter How Many medicines you have tried Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of or emulsion with the mde standing that you Are to like Che Way it quickly allays the cough or you Are to have your Money Back. Or emulsion for coughs Chest colds bronchitis

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