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High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 1 1939, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 1, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Monday May to 1939 news o first easter message of Pius Xii Nea service radio Hoto seated on the throne of St. Peters in Rome Pope Pius Xii is seen in this radio photo Reading his first easter message As supreme pontiff. Speaking latin he urged a world in arms to seek paths i peace. Long Tail watchful astronomers at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia a us needed in obtaining a picture of Hassel s two tailed Comet As the Cody moved through the skies recently in a magnificent celestial replay. The tails Are More than 2,000,000 Miles Long. The White spots in the photo Are stars. A Long Way Down Fawn toe a i eee Ehe this .15-year-old, 185-foot stack at Norway �iich., caught by camera just after powder blast ripped out its. Foundation. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page Fin b Cornell University a football squad reported Tor Spring practice on bicycles. With an Eye to developing the driving Power of his menus legs. Carl Snavely banned automobiles. The backs on bikes Are from left to right Captain Eichler Stimson Murphy and Mccollough. F the world in pictures one of Pitt s backs on bikes would be great in an open Field end of Holdup spree record setters Arab cavalry charge for Goering s entertainment bolstering military defense and attack Poland emphasizes Parachute warfare enabling soldiers to land behind enemy lines. Above picture shows fully equipped Soldier about to Lam As comrades Rush Forward during Rehem aah elected to Lead u. S. Publishers some of the 35 u. S. Men of War that along with their 12,000 officers and men participated opening of the new York worlds fair Are pictured steaming up die Hudson River Norway s Royalty Are Roosevelt guests in the football coaches use discarded automobile tires to improve footwork. But brother Kevin employs them to teach Cathedral High school of los Angeles boys to spar skilfully while standing in a Small area. His clothes fit fora Queen John s. Mccarrens above vice president and general manager of the Cleveland of Plain dealer was elected president of the american newspaper publishers association at org Mza Tam Craven Law new pictured on arrival at Poughkeepsie n. Y., for a week end visit at Hyde Park Are the Crown Prince and Prince of Norway and president and mrs. Roosevelt left to right Crown princes Martha mrs. Roosevelt the president and Crown Prince Lav gentleman a master of costumes for Queen Elizabeth of England on her North american visit will be Young Norman Hartnell shown fitting a gown in his Mayfair Salon in London. Hartnell. Who designed tile Queens travel wardrobe will accompany Britain it Ai couple on the tour. John Woodruff Star of the University of Pittsburgh a sensational relay team which performed the unprecedented feat of winning four championships in the recent Penn relays Philadelphia is shown finishing first in the one mile relay. The speedy Anchorman helped Pitt hang up a new relay record for this classic of 3 minutes 14 and 8-10 seconds. Three High school girls hide their faces but three men find it amusing after arrest in Boise ida., tourist Camp on suspicion of being touring gang responsible for holdups and Auto thefts in several Western states. The girls All of san Francisco Are left to right Jewell Smith Cleone Alyea and Edna tailspin. The men said to be u. S. Army deserters Are left to right Donald Bailey Edward Klaus and Vera Jensen. Poland preps for next War must stand and fight in this class Quot charging across the desert Arab horsemen Are shown As they displayed hard Riding before Genoa Quot Field marshal Hermann Goeing who reviewed 24,000 of Italy a colonial army near Tripoli. Navy does its bit for the fair

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