High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 11 1939, Page 15

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 11, 1939, High Point, North Carolina The Days news ii pictures fashions of the fashionable a swill she wed though miss i Diana Laski daughter of the noted author. Harold la i. And Jan Robin Mathewson. Harvard instructor deny any Romance friends predict they will wed soon i Mons protest this leaders of the american federation of labor and the c i. O. Protest to the Erie. A. City government what they term Quot most brutal treatment of labor in City a history Quot when Erie police Rush a c. I. O. Picket line around the Erie casket company. Ai.t4 let Toto Force a path into the Plant. Photo shows the vigorous action taking place As pickets resist police in a Melee during which ave men l. He j of Harry dancing might look sate hut bes out at the plate As 1 Are injured attempts to score on Bob seeds single in a new York giants Ball game at Polo grounds. New York. Dedic ate Ditc ii Pavilion in Thomas j. Watson. Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney and Madame Lou Den. Wife of the dutch minister to the United state pose beneath a statue of Peter Stuyvesant during dedication ceremonies of the Netherlands Pavilion at the new York world s fair. Mrs Whitney donated the statue. Bluebirds for summer Jane Bryan of the movies looks Chic >1r. President meet or. President president and mrs. Roosevelt Welcome president Anasta hk8 a Bud Princess a Michigan a Quot Blossom Queen a pretty beneath her new summer Bluebird hat. The hat is a shiny Black Arn Somoza of Nicaragua who with Madame Somoza not seen in picture is visiting the United states. Anna Belle Dykstra of Kalamazoo crowns five year old Karol Ann Milan Beret decorated with four tiny bluebirds held fast by a coarse standing Between the two presidents is general Watson president Roosevelt a aide. The greeting Dragomir As Michigan s Bud Princess at a children s Ball held Ira fishnet veiling which Falls to the Waistline in Back. Takes place in the presidents waiting room in Washington a Union Railroad station. St. Joseph. Mich. Rumanian minister Busy Many it s just one train ride after another these Days for foreign minister Gregoire Gafencu of re no Tina. After a Quick trip to Berlin. Germany we find him arriving lit Paris France for another of the series of conferences which he Hopes will assure peace for his Little country. Gafencu is shown furthest from camera. From left m. Tatar Sci rumanian ambassador to France president Lebrun of France and Gafencu. Hep Hep Hep a kicking their toes High wide and handsome these Youthful fascists do the German Goose step which Premier Mussolini has adopted for the italian army under the name of Quot paso As they Drill for their part in the coming festival of fascist youth in Rome. They re in the army now a group of Young British volunteers March cheerfully from Scotland Yard recruiting station in London to the trains which will take them to the training areas of army units in which they will see service. Sees ruin of Rek la Bain Bridge Colby right War time Secretary of state under the late president Wilson and senator Robert Reynolds of North Carolina Chat following Colby a appearance in Washington before the Senate foreign relations committee. Colby says Germany is headed for ultimate destruction. Central press association 1939

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