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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Eat Lier tit and continued mild today and monday. The High Point Enterprise High Poi i the enter of diversified manufacturing Enterprise vol. 56�?no. 75 Mem Ker associated i res j High Point n. A. Sunday morning March 17, 1910 Complete Nea service Price five cents Orty four miners lost in Ohio blast a a a if if. A a a a a a a a a a a Mericas protest sinking of nazi freighter a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a inns. Reds to Iron out Border details Lew defences ill be built n frontiers a Elevation to in of Moscow monday or settlement by Max Harrelson Helsinki mar. 16.�? a finnish commission will to Moscow monday to Iron it details of the new Borders posed on Finland under last Les Day a peace treaty while Home the nation tackles re Thili tation and the building new defences. I without portfolio will head commission. As he disclosed these plans a a commercial treaty it no id Kin soon or. Haasl Klut listed ugh try the curtain which has Laden the peace negotiations in plea to participated he said the finnish Dele a i in left Helsinki secretly by autobus a week ago last wed Day and flew from Stockholm j Moscow i it i scions there were five sessions in All. J explained and the finnish regales were treated Well and Ped on the Hest of in inn food an atmosphere Quot cold but Eor j Joseph Stalin did not attend i meetings but Treinier foreign Intissar Molotov of present throughout. Or. Paasi Lvi declared the rus a is made no political demands Finland and when finnish negates asked Zolotoff of the action to Otter of a ai11�?� d Aid Finland he replied merely Quot we re not afraid of them Rivers May have to carry claim a Kalta out Campaign. Behind bars scuttled off Brazil coast Atlanta. March 16.�? pm governor e. D. Rivers whose office makes him immune to state Laws today pondered the possibility that he May have to run Georgia from a Federal jail cell. Unsmiling and frankly nonplussed at hts arrest in Macon last night for contempt of Federal court an offshoot of a Complex state Highway chairmanship conflict he drafted a grim fight to Avert execution of the jail sentence he expects District judge Bascom heaver to impose. The dramatic arrest at the close of a night session of several thousand school teachers in a convention plopped a crisis abruptly in the Stocky governors Lap. Me won his technical Freedom for a week by promising to return to Macon next Friday to show cause Why he should not be punished for contempt. Skill de sch it to it e twice before he had avoided appearing before dearer As mate counsel asked the Jurist to dismiss contempt citations against the governor and adjutant general John k. Stoddard. These citations came after Rivers and his troop chief defied Deaver s injunction against the military lockout of ousted Road chairman Vav l. Miller. Guardsmen still bar Miller from the higher he do . D. River Way building. Rivers charged today the state s sovereignty was jeopardized by Federal court invasion. He vowed to meet Quot squarely and fearlessly Quot an Issue he defined a Federal judiciary regulation of internal political affairs of Georgia. Leo Farrell political writer con tin lied on pain Llu Sec a 70 candidates Register for May 25 primaries deadline passes with 47 democrats and 23 republicans listed for race Raleigh mar. 16.�?<�> forty seven democrats and Twenty three republicans will seek nominations for 21 state the former Premier said he and congressional offices in the May 25 primaries. 1 a my if a a a he proposed Fin they qualified before the arrival of the 6 p. In. Filing Hance could a he i ferreted Quot Al deadline today when Vav. A. Lucas of Wilson chairman of violation of article ship. Of the the state elections Board raised his hand and brought it Tissian finnish peace pact which Down to signify that the preliminaries were Over and the prs to an Alliance directed aces should Start. Iii against Russia he said. Quot tin thrillers Valliant would he tor tense and would be directed lion the entire world Quot plan Atory rach inges Stockholm advices said expiratory Pong the three Northern reunite on the projected Alliance a re believed Well under Way and Leitoi la i comment in Sweden in a tint Niomi on Page it Sec. A a Oman Dies in 18-Story leap German mines claim victims upswing in sea War secs two British trawlers sex Oral Diller ships sunk it Drew Middleton a two aspects of the list of candidates Are unusual. I first there is an unprecedented number of democratic Cand from the procedure of the eng i dates for the gubernatorial Notni-1 cd preserving for the Pacific use nation. Seven Are in the lace. Hostile act classified a such by whereas previously no More than the thirteenth Hague convention four had err entered. Two men. Joi Jit statement and Appeal sent to great Britain Washington March 16. A of a the 21 american nations unanimously protested to great Britain today against the sinking of a German freighter in brazilian Waters and once More appealed to belligerents to keep the i War away from the american neutrality zone. The protest mad a Public to Day by the state department re suited from scuttling of the a. I 771-ton German freighter Waks _. J a off the brazilian Oast on fight in Piane Cai Sis rash Joseph Rosemark left flying instructor who february is after it had been fought in midair with Emanuel Buren Berg Broadway press agent who attempted to intercepted by British warships j wrest controls from Rosemark Over new York Bay. The plane fell into the Hay after Tho British government Quot by Prest j Kink out of control and of Isenbergh a body was washed ashore. Rosemark was rescued Dent Auguste Boyd of Panama by a tug. Wrecked plane is shown after timing removed from water. It reiterated the desires of Amer _ lean nations Quot that the War be kept away from the Waters which the declaration of Panama contemplated preserving for the Pacific use of intercontinental set to hive George the state department s announcement said Quot following the it procedure of consultation proved of in the declaration of Panama the 21 american republics Havi agreed upon the following state Merit who re the president of the Republic of Panama has today transmitted in their names to King George i of great Brit Aln Quot i have Tho Honor to bring to the attention of your majesty \ that on the 14th of february the1 government of the United states i of Brazil informed me As follows v a i have to advise your sex j cell ency that on february 12th last the German freighter Waka a was sunk by its own Crew i about to Miles from the Brazil i Ian coast when hailed by an eng i Lish War vessel obviously for purposes of visit and capture. As Roosevelt outlines for International ideals peace president Queen Samuel untermyer famous Wilhelmina heard i a j my a p. / in broadcasts jewish figure stricken Palm Springs. Calif., March 16�? vip a Samuel Unter inner. 8 2. Sew York corporation lawyer and crusader for jewish rights died at his Winter Home today. Untermyer had Bec several weeks. Death mid afternoon. Palm Springs for y been his Winter i with the coming weather in the East ill for ame Iii years had residence. Of cold he would Sikhism jumps from atop big Kansas i it building Kansas City March 16, Quot its such a Beautiful Day Quot j a ii a Midrib a l woman in asked permission to View it from the Fop of the Clephone Bull dig taken to the of Erva Tirton pm Clr hat of it Hee ii Hir guide then suddenly climb in retaining Wall and piling her death. Her body struck the of of a five Story building. The women was identified ten Stively As mrs. Emma Monsour governess. London. Mardi 16. I a i new upswing in German mine i warfare today claimed two Brit ish naval trawlers and several merchant ships while Britain wrote its own warlike postscript i to a week of seige by announcing a flights by her bombers Over both As German occupied Poland and hoi t Ile i Roland bight. T tory the Yawien sunk were Peridot and the maid both by mines. The commander and five Crew h men of the Maida were believed la lost. The Crew of the Peridot was i fat Ord Sti Amer explodes the 1.589-ton British Melrose Hank in Steamer Bryant Thompson of Hamlet and Edwin p. Hale of Leaksville. Announced they would run but did not file three republicans second three republicans Are seeking the gubernatorial nomination and the republicans have at least Otic candidate entered for each office except that of it. S representative in the second District. The presume of three republicans Robert h. Mcneill of Statesville John it. Hoffman of Burlington and George m. Pritchard of Asheville in the gubernatorial contest has Given Rise Here to speculation that the party May have a second primary for this office. Two republicans j. Forrest Witten of Salisbury and la. B Leavitt of Asheville Are seeking the nomination for lieutenant governor. The Winner will be pitted in the general election the Winner continued on Page it a Sec. A a. Of. British vessel Joselow watched by patrol ships come Here to As he put it. Quot sit in the Sun and not opposer Hitler he had not been Active in j recent years As formerly although periodically he came j out w Ltd a denunciation of German treatment of jews and a prediction that hitlers policies j would bring economic ruin. He protested As president of Tho non sectarian anti nazi league j against German participation j in the new York worlds fair. He Long had campaigned for j labor and his underdog when j Ever found but wealthy. Indulged his taste for Dapper dress. He Seldom was seen without no Orchid in his Lapel. Mon at bedside untermyer died in i luxurious Home in the heart of Palm Springs a desert resort frequented by Hollywood film stars and wealthy easterners. With him were his son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Alvin untermyer who flew Here from new York to Days ago. Wintling riches and Fame As one of the highest paid corporation lawyers in the United states untermyer turned in his late years to internationalism in behalf of the oppressed of his race As zionist and philanthropist. Elected president in november. 1934, of Quot the world non sectarian anti nazi Council to Champion human rights a he directed a widespread Boycott against Hitler Ite Germany. Washington mar. 16.�? Pic president Roosevelt speaking on a world wide broadcast set Forth today a list of ideals of International organization without which he said no peace can be made on a lasting basis. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland for entombed men 133 saved by Quick work a Black Damp fatal to two Rescue men after explosion St. Blairsville Ohio mar. 16.�? # a forty four men entombed in the explosion torn Willow Cree Coal mine were feared dear tonight. Two men were killed trying to Rescue them. Rescue Crew s saved 1x3 other miners to of whom were affected by the death dealing a Black Damp which followed a Noonday blast. Official of the Hanna Cox j co., owners of the mine hire Miles South of Here declined to i speculate on the miners Fate the 44 were Cut off from for air and entombed behind a Rook Barrier. Quot but they re All dead the live through that Blae and Frank Opatrny one of rescued my a. This View was shared by his fellow workers desperate attempts to ionian the imprisoned men failed. Batter Rock Wall while Rescue c the Rock Wall i would take All through efforts Force fresh air t. A 90-foot Shaft. A revised Check by r i. Lews Hatter Tome thong night to were mad it the men prot we 2ft of a it Idem t la or who re i i in part held in he or Quot today for peace. Tho North sea against continued on rage ii a sin. A continued on rage among four Ftp Sec. A retirement plan Given no. I spot n education association s program and m. Hatfield installed As i Carver of Hickory president Iii cloning ses Young of Princeton. Of convention lot tunes objective Mon we \ in Hepting fhe presidency. Raleigh March 16.�? up a a Hawfield listed briefly items air and reasonable Quot retirement which he said. Should receive an for teachers was Given the our careful consideration. The o. I position in the program of i suggested objectives follow in North Carolina education Asj a retirement plan an Quot Ade a citation today at the co it ing ses on of the group coition Here. Immediately before closing their us annual meeting the school rackets and administrators in tailed s. 11ii. Id in will. .1 president. He succeeded or. J end it h a u la of ii. I i ii. Ii Quot a id principal of the Renu Erlea a h s. Hon v to cited from e vice presidency. K. G. Phillips of Winston Salem Kis do Ted \ Pilot a Anil i a ated to de advanced to the re i icy next year. Other candidates. I a Dull vips ii. Vav. Leader was the last speaker on today a program. He talked on Quot education for the enrichment of country life. Quot the school should be the Center of Community life the year around Quot or. Poe said Quot of any school is to reach the maximum of efficiency in serving country life quate salary schedule Quot Legal pro-1 h must it Trike ifs Loots deep in the three Day con tort Ion to teachers against Dis country. There should be at least j Missal for political or whimsical j a principal and an agriculture reasons a reduction in the number of pupils taught by each Leader Extension it the compulsory attendance Law to children 16 years old expansion of adult education programs addition it a 12th Grade to the school system liberalization of Laws for local a Farmers Are made aware of he sup lenient to school approx Ria beauties of the world. Dons additional funds for coca loaders of groups which Aid in t i o n a i education and Federal Aid educational work participated in based on actual need of various symposium on cooperating for states. Or. Cd yuck uoti Kaluga Tai in t Tautiu pitl on rage Ftp Bec. A teacher who take Root Iii the Rishe Rural school Rural schools must go beyond Hie three los in their teachings or. Poe said must see to it that agriculture is taught Aud that the san Juan puerto Rico March 16 i i the 4.862-ton British Steamer Southgate which two weeks ago flashed a mysterious distress Sauna is still in Waters near p under constant surveillance by the United state in a a patrol naval sources asserted today. The theory is held in these quarters that the Southgate roving inside the american neutrality zone is supplying British warships this has been holstered by the disclosure that she was sighted two Days ago in Mona passage Between puerto Rico and the dominican Republic. Sur distress signal the Southgate Drew worldwide attention when at Sunset March i she sent out an ass radio signal often interpreted in wartime us a distress Call due to a submarine. The next Day she was sighted by United states naval planes apparently unharmed and the signal was never explained. She wag seen in Mona passage by flying boats of the neutrality patrol operating from san Juan. The Supply boat theory offers the Only apparent explanation of her mysterious movements Ainee March i. When her distress Call gave her position As 160 Miles Northeast of puerto Rico. Naval informants said orders from Washington Are to track her into port so that the United states government May have some explanation of Why she sent her distress signal and then became silent. As far As naval authorities know she has not since touched port. Sharp income tax increases reports i nun key i Ira Point to pleasant prize for Treasury by the Auer litre Presa reports of Sharp increases in income tax collections in Many key cities indicated yesterday j saturday that the Treasury May i he pleasantly surprised w Hen it j highest councils which coincided j totals the annual big March yield. A foreign of ice visit by the up until Midnight Friday when j German ambassador and awaited j the deadline for making returns was reached the unofficial guess was that a 3u per cent or $150,- increase Over the tax Lake a year ago might he attained. But tallies from several Imper Tant collection districts the program a Section with it is n foreign service n in new York. We seek a moral basis or. Roose Ell said Quot it can not be a real peace if it fails to recognize brotherhood. It can not be a lasting peace if the fruit of it is oppression or starvation or cruelty or human life dominate de by armed Camps. Sound peace Quot it can not be a sound peace of Small nations must live in fear of powerful neighbors. It can not lie a moral peace if Freedom from in Aaion is sold for tribute. It can not he an intelligent peace of j it denies free passage to that knowledge of those ideals which permit men to find common ground it can not he a righteous peace if worship of god is the president s statement of what he considered some of the essential elements of a peaceful world organization suggested to some observers Here that these might form the basis of administration thinking should the Opportunity come for an attempt to bring shout peace. Continued on Page Ftp Sec. A county elections boards tier Welles concluded his talks Amu Fca in Dai Civ u with Europe a statesmen today Nartu Ubillu 1�?o Nalt Lun during a second entry into italy�?Ts1 4. _ 1 Raleigh March 16.�?�? the state Board of elections today announced the separate county boards including the following Davidson. J. A Daniel Lexington. J. F. Garner Thomasville. S. A. De Lapp Lexington. Forsyth Irving e. Carlyle. Winston Salem William f. Pfohl d i t dry ii lived nut of where to Welles visits pop tomorrow president s special emissary Ahi eludes talks w till Shane Ellerie by he hard g. Hassock Rome. Man h 16.�? pm sum a land company president j that 187 men in in when the i Many gained i air Shaft in a Hie twee Mike horizontal mine. Quot on the Way be saw Iii. Ii toed All Over the it Aid Toworoski. 33. Of Neffs Stanley declared Quot it looks George Strain asserted a 5 length of time the n i Pended on the am available in the ares i were trapped. Strain state director of in trial relations was in Chargi j Ohio mine Rescue Crew.-, daring Nesci e Effort John till hards ii Itne Supe 1 pendent and Howard Sand tipple Boas lost their lives i daring Rescue Effort. They killed by the treacherous Quot a Damp Quot a Gas which forms mines after an explosion. Nearly All of the 160 v affected by the Gas to some tent. Scores were treated at emergency Hospital set up in mine office basement but to was no immediate indication Many were in serious Condit an undetermined number v reported Hurt. Mike Polley 36, of not Vafis continued on rage 9�?Sec mondays Farewell audience with Pope Pius Xii to discuss the prospects of peace As Well As continuing War. President Roosevelt a fast finder had Long talks with King or showed i Prio Ejmi Nupp p�?~.?n ill Musso a Winston Salem Henry w. Mas Snow a a an j foreign minister count a a increases Well in excess of that Ciano bringing to a dose a tour figure although in other the per Europe a Chancell eries to sound cent age of increase was Compart them out on the War Outlook to o f m Wright ten. Winston Salem. Randolph. E. H. Cranford. Asheboro m. H Birkhead Ashe Tive moderate Hige Jain in Michigan the Michigan District Home of the giant automobile Industry reported unofficially that collections were running n80 per cent Over a year ago. Oregon reported a 4 2 per cent increase and the Waddington Alaska District noted that collection in the firs months of this year ran about to per cent ahead it a year ago. The 18 of in ii first California District had per rent boost. Here Are loins Sample creases elsewhere Kentucky 3t, Ohio 35. Illinois 30, Missouri Kansas City District 29. Georgia 13, new York which took him to Berlin Paris and London Between two stops Here. Quot Long and cordial a communique said the talks with count Ciano and la Duce were Quot Long and Welles plans to see the pontiff on monday however made Diplo Hoo Mats think the entire european it at Ion would then tie re viewed. It was presumed that Welles would see Luigi Cardinal mag Ione. Papal Secretary of state. After his audience with the Pope the american was silent on his latest conversations As he has been throughout his tour. I. C. Griffin educational Leader Dies in new England i Tco outfit leu on rage it Sec. A i continued on rage it Sec. Salisbury. March i6.i/r i. C. Griffin. 66, former superintendent of schools Here and an j outstanding Leader in educational circles Iii the state for More than 4u years died today at the Home of a daughter in manghes ter. N in relatives hero have eau informed. Funeral services will tie conducted in Salisbury at the first presbyterian Church tuesday at la s. Rn., with burial to follow i in the Chestnut Hui cemetery i 1 Here. Heavy nazi air raids reported new Vork Marc ii a the Columbia i broadcasting system tonight reported pick. Log up h Short wave broadcast from Terlin whirl asserted that German warplanes had bombed British warships and airfields. Chs engineers said the Lier in station in ii declared that i general Headquarters communique stated Quot powerful detachments of the German air Force proceeded to the Northwest and attacked units of the British Fleet stationed at soaps i Low in the evening of March id. Quot a number of heavy battleships and cruisers were 11it by the bombs mid were severely damaged in addition a number of Aii he is were bombed. Quot in spite of powerful resistance pm up by British chasers and Antai Israfl Artiller the German fighting machines were capable of carrying through heir orders Success Lilly and returned to heir Home a c. Without Ney losses

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