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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 6, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Fage two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday May 6, 1940 to Are sentenced j. R. Porter Dies in booze charges at residence Here Morf about court upholds new York stocks Bell Parker negress Given six months by judge Macrae was Spanish american War Veteran two received sentences today judge d. It Macrae for rioting the prohibition Law. Fill Parker. Negress of min Porter 72, Spanish j. R. American War Veteran died at tinctures Quot his Home. 1 220 Hast Green Street p0 Over new York. May 6.�? apr selected stocks put on a mild recovery Jaunt in today a Market hut the majority hacked away at the close. Several steels aircraft cop Hugh Suva to us in uprating directly on Prim. Or or cd Fern and pushed up traction to j Points Ai the bent., k r Aroc. In the final hour extreme gains Libby o r Ai oui inn j from Page one a upon which gasoline prices in that area Are based. Justice Douglas said that the 1911 anti Trust decision a have no application to combinations of Hud Mot. 5% Kupp to to 111 cent i10% int Harvest. 56% int Nick can. 29 int Tel and Tel. 3 Johns Man. 69% Kennicott. 34% 34% More about advice 40 year he con shortly after la of clock monday la nut a a a this court has consistent Werp a hipped Down substantially Ped Street waived jury trial and i morning. Or. Porter had been Ina an 1 without deviation adhered rom noun As sentenced to six months. V. I declining health for the past four 0 the principle that Price fixing 0 it Quot a a approximated to Bowers took an Appeal from a years and in a serious condition j agreements Are unlawful per be sentence on the same for lha past few Days. Under the Sherman act and that new York he was born in York. S. C., no showing of so called compote Stock october 12, 1867, the son of or. J five abuses or evils which those Adams exp. And mrs. James Porter. He came agreements were designed to Adams Millis. To this City three years ago from eliminate or alleviate May be in Alaska Jim. Beaufort s. A. And was a Mem-1 ter posed As a reduce. Ber of the episcopal Church in Union s. Fifty three years ago he was married to miss Mary it Day Large. Al nest Parker 20 8 Reed. Was i n a to min it ii Quot ii it huh d outlet for violating the prohibit on Law. Other cases disposed of this online included i of a Mcleo 112 Hob in. Vio May 6�? apr Pinal. 7%24 6 constipated i a i or years i had occasional constipation fill Gas bloating or a k to in. Erika always helped right away. New. I sausage banana pie anything i want a ver Felt mrs. Mabel Schott. \ Dulje Rojc a Mann drug stores tort today Cepter not since a Jess James has he had such a role shocking thrills Dyn Mitic jolts daring Doms Nee Tyrone Power a a Johnny Apollo with Dorothy Lamour Edward Arnold Broadhurst today Lei time three cheers tor the Irish Eison. Surviving Are the wife mrs. Mary Porter this City two. 47% saying that a there was Abun a by. That the com by na-1 aug Chaj of. J lion had tile purpose to raise Ajr can 114 dam evident to raise j prices and that a there was ample car Quot adv evidence that the buying Ligg a Myers b lot s loft. Lorillard Mont Ward Nash Kelv. Nat Bise. Nat Cash Reg Nat Dairy prod hat dust Nat Lead Nat pow end it n y cent. No am Avian 49 108% 34 33% 24% 45% 28% to a a pro am pow and it. 3% sons. It. H. Porter. Hartsville b. A rams at least contributed to the am Rad and St s8 it and Charlie r Porter of Salisbury four daughters mrs. Price Lac Quot Douglas added a proof that there was a Coil am Roll Mill am smelt and ref Annie Shaver this City mrs Jack piracy that its purpose was to am Bug ref. Nivens. Bester s. C., m a in l. Raise prices and that it caused or a t a Hollis Salisbury and mrs. Contributed to a prise Rise is proof am of the actual consummation or execution of a conspiracy under Section one of the Sherman Anaconda Arm 111 a t is of att ref 14% 48% 21 173% of 29 8% 21 % 25 Dexter new Bedford mass. 18 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. The body will be carried to the this Section prohibits Combine a lat corp a a. 7 Home of mrs Joe Armentrout. Tons or conspiracies in restraint j Baldwin is 21�37 English Street at 5 30 0f interstate Trade or Commerce. Bao. 4% Justice Douglas delivered thei Barnsdall 11% 69 Page opinion that reversed a Bendix Avian. 33% a ruling by the seventh Federal Cir Beth Btl. 04% by Rev. Elbert Newlyn pastor of i court who h Hart Over turned Boeing Atrul Oak Hill friends Church and Rev. At monday evening. Funeral services will be conducted from there tuesday afternoon at 4 o clock. 13%17%24% 20% 815% 22% North am. 22% nor Pac. 8% Ohio Oil 8% Otis Elev. 16 Pac g a e32% Packard. 3% Siam Pix. A ram of. 90 George Cooper. Interment will he in in Oakwood cemetery. Convictions obtained in Tho Peel-1 Oral District court at Madison cafe badly damaged by Early morning Blaze. Budd mfg. Wisconsin and ordered a new Budd wheel. Trial. But Mills. The circuit court had reversed Bur add Mach 22% 22 22�?�. 4% 3% 19% to the convictions on the ground Calumet and Hee. 7% Chaa and o c m by p % p of Chrysler. Cot urn o a come credit. Come solv tuesday wednesday laugh a Little cry a utile thrill a lot glee your heart a treat Jean Parker James Dunn a in a Quot sons of the Navy Quot a Shaw musical last times today thrill chill Eael tement Charles Laughton a aet a eth Hunchback of Nourt Dame that the trial judge had Given in can dry. Proper instructions to the jury a amp a Pac fire believed to have originated it was held by the circuit court Sih As the result of spontaneous com i that the jury should have deter Cateron tree bastion in the rear room of a mined whether the acts of the de rate located at 1697 English j pendants constituted an a a unreal Street caused a considerable unable restraint of Trade in vol amount of damage this morning j ution of the anti Trust Law. The tire was discovered about the Justice department main 3 15 o clock and firemen work stained that a the District com t w As com with and boned for nearly an hour before it j Correct in charging the jury that Consol edit. I was completely extinguished. The of the defendants combined to con Oil. Structure is owned by r. T. Amos Gether tor the purpose of raising cont can. I damage was believed to Range and fixing gasoline prices in the Corn prod. Between $300 and $400. Lewis manner charged in the indictment Kurtli. Norwood operates the cafe. And of they had the Power to raise i a a a these prices their restraint was do ref a Quot latin prohibition la not Proa unlawful and with leave 1 a apr a j is9u Shermaa anti 1 Carol steal. No to. Iso Ila Uniat act. Combination or con ti., violating promotion la con Quot Pira cies id restrain of tinned i Trade were declared illegal. Will Hall. Negro. Sos Reed. Defendant. In the Oil Caw were a Nhinh finn Law cantus i Socony vacuum Oil company violating Law capias. A Mnira in Roods James Gibbons negro 112 ? company Empire j . Violating prohibition Law. Of a a Ltd a a a a a a a company loll a rental ii company pure 20 3 38 30 Penney j Penn r Phillips pet. Pitt Ber a pub Sec n Pullman. Pure Oil. Radio. Rad k of. Rem Rand. Rep Btl. Reynolds seab a Scab of. Bears. Shell in. Socony vac. Sou Pac. Sou re. 15% Sperry. 42% std bran a. 7% std Oil Calif. 22% std Oil and. 37% a a tinned from Page one other major Bills administration leaders Are trying to kill in the Senate Are 1, the Bill by senator Townsend a Del to end Treasury purchases of foreign Silver. 2. A Resolution to Block president Roosevelt a Transfer of the civil aeronautics authority to the Commerce department. The leadership conceded that it faced Tough Battles on All the is-5% i sues. And its opponents w Ere pre-22 i dieting gleefully that an anti administration coalition of democrats and republicans would Triumph Iii one two three order. Foreign vote the legislation to end foreign Silver buying was up for debate today and a final vote was expected tomorrow. At immediate Issue was an amendment by senator Pittman a Nev to permit the continuation of such Pur chases provided that foreign sell i erg used proceeds from Silver sales j to buy american farm products. The Logan Walter Bill providing for court review of Agency regulations la being studied by the Senate judiciary committee. Democratic Leader Barkley said that he w Ould ask the group to hold hearings for he contended that the Senate should delay action until the Justice department completes a pending study of administrative rulings. The House la considering minor Hills. Its judiciary committee will 12% decide tomorrow whether to re-10% consider its action in Pigeon holing the Hatch Bill Banning political activities by state workers paid partly from Federal funds. High Point 28th in Sale of Bonds nearly two million americans have purchased savings Bonds Oia fair tonight Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau announced today that the total sales of savings Bonds j and tuesday alight through March 31, 1940, aggie a warmer tonight gated in maturity value More than $3,860,273,475. And that purchases have been made by approximately 1.987,374 investors. The total represents average purchases of $2,495,325 for each business Day since March i 1935, when these Bonds were first placed on Sale. Deducting Bonds redeemer Al weather today noon. 81 Low last night. 53 High yesterday. 75 North Carolina partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday somewhat warmer tonight. South Carolina and Oeor Virginia generally fair tonight and tuesday slightly warmer tonight cooler in Central and North portion tuesday. Winds Sandy Hook to Hatteras mod warmer cd. The maturity value of savings Erate to fresh Bonds outstanding on March 31, winds mostly Southwest shifting to $3, 95% 21% 39% 7 41 23% 10% 6% i 9% 20% 43% % 17% 83% 12 39% std Oil n a Stewart Warner 84% Studebaker a i Swift 44 Tex corp. 42% 7% to 24 48% Tex Gulf prod. 3%is 2813% do font Eastman Kod. Glee Auto it. Klee pow and la Firestone. Freeport Sui Gin Al cd. A re a uj.�. Us urinal urn Feuu iyar of Luther Porter. 451 South main company Shell Petroleum Cor gambling nol pros with leave. Pratton it oni detail Nelson route Pany mid continent corporation Phillips Clinton three driving drunk continued. Frauk Moure 115 weat Davis assault jury trial. Frazier Simi son. Negro 7u2 Leonard gambling half the Oats. Manuel Mcduffie 616 Cordy gambling half the costs. Albert Williams negro 702 Gen Mot Gillette. Glidden. Goodrich Goodyear Petroleum Graham Paige pet role urn of nor by of 14 1% Tex oui bul. 3t% j Timken det a. 7%. Trans Amer 43% trans and West air 59% in carb. 10% i in Pac. 29% unit Aire. 91 unit corp. 115% unit drug. 187% i unit fruit. 137u 8 ind Alco 39% unit Gas Imp a 5% u 8 rub. 18% v 8 steel. 37% or Adlum. 36% Vick chem. 49 Warner pie. 54% West Mary. 8 Western Union. 17% West glee at Mig 16% Wilaon. 20% Woolworth. % yell t at o26% Young 8 at More Abo nazi planes cont mini from time one of such far Northern Points ssh Hanu Nervest and Kerkenes. Con of ent important 1940, was approximately 495.573,600. The total maturity value of purchases for the Calendar year 1939 was $1,104,060,000. An average Purchase for each business Day of last year of $3,667,975. United states savings Bonds Are sold on a discount basis and mature in ten years for one third More than their Purchase Price. For example $76 is the Purchase Price of $100 face value Bond which matures at the end of ten years. Records of the sales for the individual Post offices authorized to sell savings Bonds Are i Atlanta tabulated in Cash value. High Point sold $82,125 Worth of the Bonds last year. This placed High Point 28th in the rank of North Carolina Post office based on per capita sales. But in volume High Point ranks 13th in the state. Charlotte with $913,406.25 leads the state in total amount of Bonds sold. The sales in Rhese two much smaller towns were slightly More than High Point. Despite the fad that High Point per capita sales for the past year might indicate a Lark Northwest Over North portion tuesday. Partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday with scattered showers Over North portion. Hatteras to Jacksonville winds Over South portion and moderate to fresh Southwest and West wind Oxer North portion fair weather tonight and tuesday. Charlotte n. May api official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas and else 19 80% 95% 4�% 2% 6 81% 25% 12% 28% 59% 37% 47 3 4% 21% in 6 is i stretch of Norway still unoccupied by the germans would help uninterrupted nazi communications with soviet Russia through Arctic a amp it Germany s first task in trying More about and 1940 will far Excell 1939 in per capita sales it was stated. To bring the North within her hold is to get reinforcements to her besieged troops at Narvik and the continuous flow northward of heavy transport planes indicated she already had started to drop troops and supplies. The chief obstacle to nazi plans is the difficulty of dropping heavy 39% equipment to combat British Ai-171, a to k. Rumor persisted that some of British lose where station mat. Min re fall j Asheville. 77 46 .00 Atlanta. So 50 of Augusta. 77 31 .00 Birmingham. 81 56 of Charleston. S9 34 of Charlotte. 73 49 .00 Chicago. 73 63 of Columbia. 75 31 of Denver. 64 44 00 Detroit. Is i 21 j spa Neville. 64 of Galveston. 70 .00 i Greensboro. 73 45 of Het Teres. M 54 of Jacksonville. 73 32 .00 key West. 71 70 ,00 Little Rock. 88 62 00 los Angeles. 70 33 of Memphis. 15 66 of Meridian. 15 is of Miami. 76 70 of Winn St. Paul. It 42 00 Mobile. 76 33 of it. Mitchell. 61 46 .00 new Orleans. A2 62 of new York. 70 33 of Raleigh. 74 49 .00 san Antonio. To 67 of ban Francisco. 62 St .00 Spartanburg. 76 30 of Tampa. 79 59 of Washington. 72 47 ,60 Wilmington. A. A 70 is .00 42 Danville Man is named head of District Moose a. M. Mayhew of Danville company Kelly Oil company -1 a Globe Oil and refining company Oklahoma i Globe Oil and Refl buy a pfc Aksu i lug company Illinois a Barie # e. Varnoti an i h t of mod Socony vacuum it h. My Elroy to jr., of pure Oil p e. Lakin of shall and Robert w. Mcdowell of continued from Page one Vik Aas Given As one reason Why the withdrawal would ensue As a strategic necessity. Even those persons in official circles who believed the germans continued from Page one de that Quot so far As can be seen at present or. Chamberlain will carry the Day. A the will owe much to the fact. Or. Churchill is standing firmly i elected great North Moore at with the paper said no a a quarterly meeting Here yester Tun i vote was expected in the id of the tar Heel legion. No. Tho met ii commons session to discuss the i 158. Of Loyal order of Moose Vins Imam Blan in Jyh Campaign but that of. Others elected for the coming of \2vlk hut him had reel a no Warp cml a Quot the Koye rement year. Beginning on july i. Include form Ito a c0d would treat it As. Vote of con cd As East Moose. Willie sink of i of a Thomasville j. La. Richardson of metting difficult it Havgh considered High 1�?~oint. West Moose South informed sources reported min Moose. E. K. Blackman my airy. J the setting for this anticipated could hold out at Narvik seem to j new German offensive is unusual. I Ohal changes were in the off inn treasurer l v. Young of others of a More cautious na-1 have bad no inkling of Hitler both in terrain and forseen Dlf i in but doubt was expressed who j Danville a. Following a business meeting at la o clock in Moose Hall at which Leonard gambling half the costs. Lockwood Braddock. Negro a Mia coi Muzeni Hurt said that Germany would ids to Send Rainford Emeul by fatties. The minor Cabinet alternations 722 East Washington assault six rhe Ltd it a pjs a Quot tilt al1 assistance possible to land. They counted on the Effs by land they must push North i would satisfy critics demanding months suspended for two years in hold Narvik Clancy of the Gorman air Force Ward along a narrow strip of ter Quot reconstruction not a on ground a not nit i wit a a aj1 .dk1r3 i1r�u�. Again if a. Holly. Negro Jot pric it a a a a a a it ��?o7 a violating prohibition tat Dop. A a quota Quot a a a rating lottery and fornication i Edei 1 iming and adultery jury trial. Son a a Quot dmm it. Maybell Scott Negros 202 it Amat a of the after they had frh�?~7 violating pro by Impi few. Been found guilty and the in operating lottery and torn pc Tou co try affirmed by. Action Arni adultery Surv trial by a four t0 four vote Irvin Leonard. Negro Moon Stone granted new trial to is Street larceny. Jury trial. 0, Richard Phelps. Negro 312 tay it a Viola i jury trial. Harry Welchjr 700 Smith reckless driving continued. William Mackinley negro 708 Vail traffic ordinance capias. Frank Lamb ctr. Thomasville. I reckless driving continued. Nedball assistance pm old Narvik. If. La. I Tihe is Midi 11 1$ known Here Toltl the i to drive British ships away with Eltory passable Only along a Aller the lengthy trial at mad i apr Pnra recently landed Strong at coming of belter Pine forces South of Narvik. North i Lor violating prohibition Quot Quot More about germans continued from Page one they said the hog in defenders forced to conserve their scanty of that beleaguered or port the English and French have been reported pouring reinforcements into the sector. The fuehrer a trusted Mountain troops began their March from the neighbourhood of the Little norwegian town of to North of Nam sos and the terminal both of railway and Normal automobile highways Between to and Narvik there la Only a narrow country Road sometimes Only a Mere path. Thui permitting reinforcements to be sent by neater. The feeling that Nar in is be deep to Tenor of press comment i weather i Valley Road which is blocked by dlr ated the Chamberlain govern exposure to aes attack below Nar a want was facing its severest political crisis. Even the conservative times. Jones acted a toastmaster. Which often Doea duty As a government sounding Board said a the conclusion everywhere has been that there is abundant room for improvement and declared a the War Cabinet is still too Large and its meetings attended by too Many experts and min Isi ers it Geek it irked the More important minister Bititis artillery strengthened meanwhile the German High Fredric March in the Buccaneer with i Ramoska Gaal skim Tamir off Ollie Gilliam negro 02 Leon-t4>jr until the germans tried of food and munitions held command reported that British Al Ani. G untiring half the costs. Charlie Thompson 53�� East High gambling half the costs. Joe Giles negro 12223 % Hoo j out ver gambling half the costs. Direct assault and then in filet Tille v Fortes in the far North Narvik Region had been strengthened Palace theatre i Salem Street a Thomasville $ a $ to a coming tomorrow a two thoroughbreds with Jimmy Lydon snit Joan it it Odel last times today a a he s making eyes at me with Tom Brown and Constance Moore id heavy losses on the attackers but that no More intense fighting a your troops could have held had occurred in that sector indefinitely a said one re reporting further blows against Fugee proudly a but they ran the British Navy. The High Corn Short of food and i mind Bald that a one enemy Bat with the food gone and Only a Reship was hit by a hoary bomb he rounds of ammunition left off the Narvik front and that two the 15 officers and 160 men final. Gorman air plane had captured a by capitulated. British submarine which a dam farther to the North Many aged by a rain april 15 in the Kattegat. The reported bomb hit of a British battleship followed upon Britain a official denial of Oer admission i r r sir except thurs. Adults Ioc tor of and saturdays children Ioc i a stage full of. Youth. Beauty Good entertainment Vik and which curves eastward into a Maze of mountains fjords coming the nazi a a Alcazar was and Forest above Narvik expressed by education minister being established both in the Bernhard rust in an address to j Narvik and Romao areas with German youth. Numerous fjords accessible to Spanish nationalists withstood their fleets the allies Hax e a Geo a 71-Day siege in the Alcazar fort graphic Adan age. Ress at Toledo during the Span _ Lith civil War and were rescued British by b captured when nationalist troops captured Crew of a Steamer the City j reaching Goteborg reported watch Sim ii it to ing a German destroyer capture a i such at Winston Churchill first j it v \ in it la in Roshi no British submarine sunday morn-1 lord of the admiralty Are being v in close to the three mile limit. Overworked the times said. Add of swedish Waters. J Jug that the Brunt of the attack first the destroyer was observe waa falling on Chamberlain whose j cd dropping depth charges. Al Quot weakness has a wars been i moment later the submarine broke Devotion to colleague who Are the surface and a Man waving the either failures or need a White Flag of surrender appeared the chorus of press criticism on deck the swedish Steamer Crew i accused the government of timid reported. J by mismanagement neglect and the submarine disappeared planning a on the level of Small southward under escort of the time three candidates were initiated into the order by w. Pemberton of this City. Great North Moose a banquet luncheon was held this afternoon. E. Z. It was announced that installs Tion of the new officers would be held in Danville june 16. The three legion of the state will hold a two Day meeting Here on july 20-21. Hitler appears to have decided on solving the Narvik problem by sending troops by Laud in a manner mindful in its dramatic possibilities of Hannibal a crossing the Alps. There it this difference How Ever while the German troops Are on this last bottle neck of 200 most difficult Miles the nazi air Grman a Ai i will be counted upon to pro j correspondent of the Stock text them against possible enemy Holm newspaper Ningen reported that Norway a Gold re surprises i Hgt High commands laconic j serve fund of 600, 109,600 Krona statement in its communique that i 132.000.00 i had been sent to our troops started to Advance England for safekeeping after be northward from Grouf Quot eastward lug transported from place to of the port of a Mao which was place by the fleeing norwegian i of. Gen,., 0, or abandoned at wee toy the Alite government of Many a claim Oal Urda that net a Ulve n0 do of a magnitude of a i bombers had sunk a 30,000-ton the a a a a i a Evfim British a a a Vieb y Tittl Garmany now regards More about i Cruiser off Nam sos on it Luay. Narvik again As of major pot the admiralty today followed a a Upo up the denial that announcement of the sinking of the destroyer of rid by German air attack off Nam sos. I of Acu Wmk 6 Best Ondr Kiskad women Billy and Booth a i Joy spots or to Bros. A something new Tafta a a Bali of fir a Melody maker bargain hour ii . N to b Loc l Ier tour helps a Good Little show that sparkles with originality and bubbles with Beauty Quot Hollywood shanties Quot 18 entertainer 45 minutes mirth. Melody and merriment Center Tyro Power in a Johnny with Dorothy Lamour. Edward Arnold and Lloyd Nolan features at i 18 3 22-3 36 7 30 -9 34 Broadhurst a Priscilla Lane in Quot three cheers tor the with Thomas Milch. Feature at 5 18 7 20 9 22 thib Huls i in it Hitler s orders to relieve the Narvik detachments which have been under siege since shortly after the germans went into Norway on april 9, upset All theories thus far aired in informed circles. Tance is indicated by the fact that Power divers went directly from Maui sos. After they were reported to have sunk a battleship of the Queen Elizabeth class and a heavy Cruiser to Narvik to do their stuff there. Oil Ohe it Iii Al into it kit Germany believes England is interested chiefly in two things ores and Oil. Hiller apparently has decided Paramount Chari in Quot la Hunchback of not Arith Maureen ohrs features Al 5 30�?7 30�?9 30 the Narvik nazi forces has a roust make doubly sure of re French reports at Between 3,000 i Rosinina in phase Salon of Narvik been estimated in British and As the Western outlet port for and 4.000 men 1 or front the swedish Koruna for weeks the German press it j Roines dealing with Narvik wrote of it meanwhile authorized sources As unimportant in the norwegian what tbsp developments unimaginative minds by comparison with Germany so assiduous care in prosecuting the War a a our easy nonchalant methods look like a Nursery game of said the Man Chester guardian. There seemed no doubt Chamberlain would like to broaden the his government by including opposition labor and Liberal leaders but thus far the have remained cold to overtures. The labor party at a conference next week end probably will determine its stand concerning participation in the War government. Courage not All praising British bravery under fire the guardian declared that a unhappily More than courage is needed in this sophisticated and mechanized Britain a task of organizing Neutral nations to resist Germany has become increasingly difficult in Rialto the Buccaneer Quot with Fred rec March. Feature a at 8 34 9.09, v 4tage show action i id�?�?7 1 .v�?1 Jwj on the screen Jane Wyman a Dick Foran Maxie a in a private detective a wed. Only Gamm no atm it Roum to at ship Rainbow diner try Hue of our delicious Steak sandwiches with Susi q potatoes oui. 30c in private talks sources usually Well informed intimated that Hitler would soon give orders to the bottled up germans in the Ore i port and its Vicinity to Retreat i i strategically to the swedish Bor Ujj Der if necessary and let themselves be interned in Sweden. Germany s Lack of control of the Airport which commands Nar and where England next would try to Widen the area of conflict. Since England desire to Cut Germany off from Oil a Well As ores the Mediterranean still is considered the Likely scene of major impending events. At the same time authorized sources kept warning that All talk about the Mediterranean might be a Blind and that the alleged British plans really Are focussed elsewhere. Munitions dump blasted the German airmen blasting at the lath Allied foothold in Norway were reported to have blown up a munitions dump As Well As hit another battleship. The nazi report said that heavy smoke arising from the warship hied and bedraggled norwegian volunteers and civilians continue to pour into Sweden across Mountain passes. The germans now have pushed their occupation East directly to the swedish Border after occupying Grong and Nam ios. A Young British red Cross am. Balance Driver William mall one j of off of j11 a of the last British to escape from the Grong sector declared a you Tell the norwegian soldiers from he civilian i except that they carried guns for Agency also reported that nazi they weren to wearing uniforms warplanes had raided British Lur the most part. After they naval units and troop concent a had trudged a few mile through Mona in the Vicinity of Harstad. The Snow. Slush and mud everyone a Bou 36 Railes Northwest of Nar looked alike i Vik. Evidently the battleship formed part of the naval cordon facing Narvik. Dub. The official German news new charges continued from Page one National maritime Union Ciotolo the committee in its investigation of in american activities that he Hail attended communist meetings with All three. He testified also that he had been sent to the West coast in july and August 1936, by Curran and Tommie Ray to prepare for a strike scheduled for that fall. Describing Ray a a communist. Lunes said that at rays instruction he had relieved one Al Yates Engineer Yeoman on the steamship president Taft for the voyage from new York to san Francisco. Enro Ute he said one of the ship s radio operators transmitted a message for him secretly and illegally. Ray had told him he said that of he would present i Union credentials to the operator the j Man would obtain information for earn n. Phillips jr., in Trotta a or 8 u a born at Hospital sunday Innes said the Captain of a ship was supposed to censor All messages sent Aud received from his vessel but that it was obvious he had not seen the messages in this Case. As proof that the messages had been sent for him Innes cited a letter and a report which he said he had sent to Curran mentioning the subject. More about Vatican continued from Page one that the Cathedral had been con vetted into a garage the Bishops Palace into a hotel and its Chapel into a ballroom. Priests imprisoned All but 20 of 650 priests have been deported or imprisoned while nine have been shot and two died in prison it added alleging that Moat churches have been closed a Catholic life almost entirely extinguished Quot and Catholic societies disbanded the embassy Bald the Cardinal had reported half the priests of Lodz diocese deported or in pro soned and ten. Including a Bishop allegedly tortured in a concentration Camp it also mentioned other diocese where it said. The Cardinal reported similar conditions this Walh second of Auch reports to be issued. More about army Coni inned from Page one and increasing the army scenario recounts that because of the ill feeling Over this a sudetenland the blues held far of the nazi Triumph in South corps Maneu vers in the stale of pm Norway. Georgia in april. Informed sources declare two the reds after similar lenten doubts a growing in the minds save divisional training announced of neutrals doubts encouraged by that they would hold Spring corps German propagandists j Maneu vers just West of the Sabine one is that Britain and France River the a bound Aryl which be have found imports from the United states insufficient for their needs. Second is distrust of the ability of Britain s leaders to Deal Speed ily and effectively with nazi strokes on either military or diplomatic front. Or. And mrs. Earl a Phillip announce the birth of a son Earl Norfleet jr., on sunday May 5. At the Burrus memorial Hospital. Mrs. Phillips before her marriage was miss Lillian Jordan of Hartsville 8. Rhododendron King we Queen named Asheville. May 6�? Ltd it it James Mason Westall Aud miss Stuart Hensle it have been in King and Queen of Rhododendron for the 13th annual Rhododendron festival june 16-22. Tally divides Louisiana and Texas. The blues then increased their Garrison Here at Camp Beauregard and said they would bring troop from Georgia for Large scale Maneu vers. These Are rolling in Swift motorized caravans Over East West highways of Alabama. Mississippi Aud Louisiana. High Point marked after a scheduled red invasion Over the Sabine River officers said the realistic a a warfare will a Mark the High Point in the history of regular army training a seasoned soldiers will Battle in a 10,0oo-Square mile area of Cut Over Pine land Hills River and valleys Between Alexandria la., and Nacogdoches Texas. Taking part will be motorized infantry mechanized cavalry aviation coast and Field artillery and i n Empl a it a mint drops London. May 6. A it it pm the ministry of Iai Hor and National service said today the number of modernized engineering Aupp unemployed fell 148.578 Between and medical units. March la and april 15 the in thousand civilian obit?�?�.695 total registered april 15 Lavers will cooperate to help spot was the lowest since 1920, when Neiny planes red Aires it w unemployment insurance began j attempt to bomb Bridges and a roads and strafe troops glue France produced 1.800,000 Gal fighting plane will try to alter ions of wine last year. I cent. Them

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