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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina A it us Ivr Iii Nimr Nisto to led mint Center of Industry High Point. North Carolinas Page seven Ray perfects super sensitive bulletins Lane Detector for own use new defensive weapon ill give 15-Minufe Arning to u. S. By Edward e. Romar Ashington. May 25.�? up highly Ecret super sensitive air e Detector which pierces All and darkness to rive defend fighters a vital. 15-minute Ning of approaching enemy raft has been perfected by the y for a Chain of coastal look stations. Signed to forestall such Flection a engulfed the relish Force before it got off the my the apparatus has been ribbed by Brig. Gen. George No in charge of army War is a a apparently far in Ade of any similar equipment table to any of the Perth hinted that aircraft encoded not be shielded or Insu against detection by the de which reputedly picks up Waves or rays at distance i Miles or More. Neral Strong and general ral George Marshall chief. staff gave congressional committee members Only a glimpse of photographs and sketch est of information about the Detector when they requested that $6,299,000 be included in the presidents billion Dolar arms program for a vast air plane warning system. As secretly safeguarded As the air corps treasured bomb sight the Detector has been in development at the signal corps Laboratory at Forth Monmouth n. J., for More than two years. Given Field test 18 months ago at fort Bragg n. A anti aircraft exercises its performance gratified experts. Proposing to manufacture 4 0 detectors costing $54,700 each at the outset the army would install them in six warning stations on the Atlantic coast one on the Gulf and three on the Pacific and others in Hawaii. Alaska puerto Rico and the canal zone. Oil tanks bombed London May 25.�? up a the air minister announced that British warplanes today bombed Oil storage tanks in Rotterdam starting two fire. Methodists kill motion to fight fifth column train Cancelli Paris. May 25 a up a the Simpson Orient express one of Europe a crack trains running state department makes no comment on report of agents arrest in London Washington May 25.�? up a the state department declined today either to confirm or to deny a report that a staff member of the american embassy in London had been arrested in Scotland Yard s drive on a fifth column suspects. A dispatch from London bringing word of the report quoted embassy officials As saying a we can make no comment in response to questions at his press conference Secretary Hull declared there was nothing he could say about the report. He Asheville. May 25.�? of a a Resolution favouring cooperation with the Federal government in1 declined to predict whether i rounding up German sympathizers i formation would be made available and persons guilty of in american later. Activities was killed by the South or Gandhi advocates Indian no a. Conference voted Down cooperation with British a Resolution by the Rev. G. Ray Jordan of Wintson Salem calling for Church registration of conscientious objectors to military service in order to facilitate their exemption. From Paris through Switzerland to Italy has been cancelled As an Quot Economy measure a the ministry of Public works announced today. It said this action was Only temporary. Bombay India. May 25.�? up a Mohandas k. Gandhi Indian nationalist Leader today advised his followers to refrain front Quot creating trouble Quot at this critical time and declared the British Are Quot Well Abel to Cope with any difficulty that May face Quot British people stand in no need of sympathy from a subject people for they can command All they least from the latter a Gandhi said in a newspaper article. Otice to delinquent tax payers dont limed from Page six w my Loc Sis Cable. W. R p., Vee. Lot Moffett farm vac. Asheboro. A r., 2 vac. Iota Ream. Clifford m lot n Hamilton. But lot 710 Mangum a Lucy lot Soi Snow. . Lilly o., lot Springfield . . Mafli a. La a. Ward lot Vail 109 vac. Perry. Bal. An. H d. So Mel Vina Prongay lot off ton. M lot 90� e. Circle. W c iou Baker props Iota Hall prop. Non. Miae Dora. Vac. Lot Granby. Bank Truat co., sex Bob Kari Aldea lot w Lexington lot 1635 n main Bank at Truat co., sex. A. Robertaon. Oil e Green. 3 lot Noe 5 and 6 Cable a or. K Lot Monti leu. Sera. 2 Iota Mont leu lot 317 Ardon lot 302 Woodrow. Mrs. I. Spec lot 110 Ward. K c2 Lota Burton old. W lot . Lot Coin Anc. Lot Sio Kearns. Matt spec., lot w Emerywood. Alma 1�� a Hayworth ., lot no. Owe and Houser. A., lot Fairmont Park. Robt lot 705 Highland. Pearl i. Tot 621 Walcy place. a St Hunt lot Prospect . \ or Dora i a. Off Greensboro Francis a., Tux. Lot 411 4thmerlin h3�4 a. Bolling old. K. Alvin t2 a. Mendenhall old. K. R Lot 1300 n. Main. . C., 2 Iota Forrest. Mrs. W m. Lot near Tho . F Lot no. 45 Howell. P. Lot Green so cd lot 302 Hick. 3 vac Hick 3 vac iou state lot Hicks Lot Hick a Long vac. Lot Hicks. Dennis lot 319 Field. Oso Ext., lot 712 Tate. L Joe 3 Iota Bundy i a. W at wife. Lot 119 Thurston arms. Lot 306 Elm lot com mrs. wspec., 2 iou Carter. Mrs Mamie a. Lot Pis Morris. Mamie h epee., lot Tate. H 8 92 it. Lot w. Lexington. R w vac. Lot Dayton. W it at Daisy vac. Lot s Lexington mrs a lot 1600 Johnson. Caroline. Soft. Lot English vac. Lot in. A a a ors. Ret. Lot 504 Vail or. v., lot 1301 e Lexington. Quot aide 2 a. V Welch old. A. 3t a. Welch ., in Welch old. A a o lot no. 16 t Jones prop. W 4l a. Welch old. I a. Welch old. Ernest lot n. Hamilton lot Wrenn Wrenn. In. Lot 2299 engl us. La. Ethel 46 it. Lot e. Commerce a ballot Oakwood it. A h a lot 707 Tate. R. W a. Lot Johnson. Alton. I a Bor urn old Imp. Inc., Porum old. a., lot n. Hamilton a a a a f lot 900 t. Commerce. a c lot month Feu. A lot near Tho. Rd., vac. Lot near . Will., lot 736 8. Hanston. Is. Laura b lot 307 Lindsay. I., est. 242l a. White old. Walter est lot 1109 Johnson i c., lot rotary. h. Lot 1306 Oak. W. M. Tot 1019 Asheboro. Quot in. Amanda lot 718 Forrest. F., lot Carter lot Bundy spec vac lot Tipton i a lot 1107 . O., lot 502 Monroe. Spec., vac lot Wesley h not n Wrenn. Lot 6thmrs. F., 10ol a. Home place lot eur. Lot Soh Kearns. 0, 1-3 int. Lot w Ray. Cleo f est 2 iou e. State. Helen Lot Mont leu. Ii f., 2 lots Ennis lot near Prospect a.,�?T spec. Vee. Lot Pc of Est. Lot 307 Osborne Bulies. 2 Vee. Iou nos. 56-57 Kivett Quot Wood or Emerywood t m am Lot Springfield Ai 7 a. Hilton old. 8 est., lot Winslow lot Arch. 8 Ai Cox. Tot Winslow. A 2 iou n. Hamilton. A int Wren Columbia. I a lot Flint lot hoi Tate lot or . Pm a 9l a Pickens old. In. H Lot 215 Centennial. Go. Beulah lot 408 Grayson. He. Clot no. 9 Springfield Springfield . It lot near Kivett . . Lot e Green it Hamilton a is a. Gurley . A. Lot Sunset lot Flint. M est., it 1208 Shelton. \ Iren my a lot Westview. A., 4 iou Newton prop. In go a spec Vee. Lot English n a. Spec vac. Lot Hawthorne a Hie. Lot Ward. Rjr., lot 1619 n Hamilton. Dark. Lot 504 Highland. A. Lot Woodrow St Forrest. Ohn a it Hon lot English a lot hoi Jefferson lot Jeffer vide i a. Mendenhall old. . R w. Lot Blain. L., lot Long lot Hicks. W. M. W. 21 28 Bond realty co., lot no. 18, Terrace. Bond realty co lot no. Isl by. M. Willbar Terrace. It. Bldg Ina. . Inc., lot Edge Dale. Central inc. Corp. Lot 524 Ridgecrest. Clynard milling co. Lot a prop. Bldg. Comm. National by 2 Iota W. Louise it Blain lot n a Hamilton ii Farris. 3 iou e Farris lot w. Lexington lot 422 Broad lot w Lexington lot no. 62 Farris. 2 iou Ottery it Farris 22 it. Lot 8. Main. Hill 3 63 veneer Plant part key Stone Cabinet co. 5.22 consolidated veneer it panel co., lot bldg. 5 79 mehy., lot 606 Mangum. 9 69 Crescent lumber co., lot 606 Hamilton. 4 iou 6.79 Dermont construction co., 22 iou Fairmont Hao pm. A Imp. Dixie Oil co., ilk a. Order lot Ward Ai Smi Green lot 76 Grimes. E11u a sales corp. 6 lot Hamilton. iou 779 Anderson House at lot Oreen 7 Iota 29.84 Homestead. General realty co., lot 619 Arch. 7 96 general realty co., lot 508 Carter. 3 37 general realty co., lot 1603 Hamilton. I general realty co. Lot 103 Hood. 14 �6 general realty a inv. Colot 1696 English Globe mfg at realty co., nit. Lot Kearns 27 07 3 lot Ward Sot Wade lot Kivett. 9.29globe mtg at realty co., spec lot Ennis lot Bundy old. 2 iou Fairmont Park. 105.29 i h p riders. Supply co., lot Moon lot Wal 968 i ter Pinnix a. 9.86 h. P. Insa realty co. It Lobar Terrace 41 54 no. 4 by i it Lobar Terrace lot Greenway. 4 99 lot no. 291s by. 4th9 69 h Realty a inv co spec., lot no 9 by. 9 69 7 Hedrick. 3 Iota nos. 6-7-8 by 4 Tipton. 2 iou nos. 1-2 by 2 Carr 3 iou nos. 11-11 13 by. 5 Carr lot by. 8 Hedrick. H Oary beverage co2 iou no 1537-39 n main. P perpetual b. A l., vac. Lot old Road Circle. H p realty a inv co. Lot English at Phillips vac lot Park lot no. 65 Ottery. Home owners loan corp lot 703 Carr. Home owners loan corp. Lot 705 Granby 3-23 Homestead realty co., lot North Park lot 3.47 Moffett farm. Bal. 13 iou Fairmont 3 9j >9 iou 50 it i Fairmont Park. 3 Lowe. Cleo w inc., lot Anderson hu., lot a 32 Bench no lot Wade Newton. I Mutual building a latin association no. 14 theirs lot 305 Underhill lot 1207 Park lot 900 Park lot Burton ext., lot 1507 Long. Lot 705 thu sell lot 410 Park lot 803 Vail. 3 iou St. Lot 912 Asheboro. 2 iou nos 503-5 Freemont vac. Lot Ward lot 216 Hod son. Lot 402 Ridgecrest lot 615 w Oreen lot 804 k Oreen. Mutual bal a spec lot 1404 w Oreen Mutual b. A Ass a., spec., lot Wodrow a 4th a. �3 n Mutual life ins. . Lot Underhill. 119 North state Imp. ., 5 iou Edge Dale. Piedmont b a Assn lot 227 Edge Dale. Pilot life ins. ., lot n. Wrenn. Lot Wrynn Plymouth hosiery Mill. Lot 8 Hamilton. Smith Supply co lot Ward. Southern Oil co Ai n. C., lot Highland ., bide. Achy lot e Oreen lot English lot a main. Lot Winston . Lot Greensboro lot Winston Sunset dairies inc., 7lj a. Kim Mona id 9 iou Prospect 8 iou Carolina lot no. 12 Wilshire. Thomas Mills. Incid., bldg. Achy. A ulment. Waterman heating a plumbing co., lot t. Jones prop. White Inc 2 iou w. Green a Ward lot Ward lot Carter. Graham. Hazel a Harry lot 308 Vail. 68 3 32 Grant. Ray. Vac. Lot Underhill Graves Emma lot Mechanicsville. 2 15 1 Gray. Edith vac. Lot Elirabeth. 69 Grav Fletcher lot Grayson Alley. 11.16 Gray. Helen Lot 304 w. Willis. M,t2 Grav Ira lot 207 Taylor lot 211 Taylor. Lot 401 w Willis lot 413 w. Willis. Oray Laura lot 701 Fairview. Gray Lena lot near Brickyard. Gray Mary a vac. Lot near Underhill lot vac. Murry. I Gray Paul s., lot 418 Taylor. Gray Walter vac lot Elisabeth. Gregory beasts est., lot 1505 Davis. Grissom David vac. to 38 West. Hairston By a lot 613 e Broad lot Kivett drive. Hazel up Lewis i., lot 71 Fairview Vee. Lot Roosevelt lot 612 e Washington. Hart Eugene lot 1202 Crawford. Hartgrove. Esther vac. Lot Leonard. Haywood Nannie lot old . Artcle. Haywood. Robt a. Lot 1515 e. Lee. Floyd Herndon lot Hoffman prop. Hui Claude alot 111 Normal lot 214 a be. Hill Claude Lee ., lot 1106 Alder. Bal. Hinton Albert. Est., lot Coolidge. Hinton. Archie lot Coolidge. Hinton. Chaa est., lot Downing. Hinton Ida let lot no 129 Coolidge. Hoey Beulah lot 815 Hoover. Holmes Jackson lot 1404 Olga 111 99 864 96 64 30 4974 7128 63 26 13.16 14.05 13 60 6 80 86 94 7 68 4 77 4.09 41 70 6 86 1267 31 99 304 9 16 18 18 904 8 61 23 87 1308 14 60 7 80 24 18 19 74 373 16 45 5.75 8 48 1515 5 24 7.79 13.71 3.74 7 92 391 a 74 1787 43.19 101 41 2 74 33 30 19 54 15 48 937 5 32 17952 to 69 13 72 i Holmes Sylvester lot 1418 Olga. I Holt Bessie Mlot Olga. Hoover Amanda. Est., vac lot Hilltop. Hunter Frank vac. Lot 116 Hoover. Ingram june j., lot 206 we. Ingram. A Dillard lot 301 Underhill. Johnson Annie Wall lot 1309 e. Be. Johnson W. A t. J., lot Washington Terrace. Johnson Eden to. Lot 209 Price lot Thussell Johnson Henry a lot 430 Loylla. Johnson. Ida. Lot 619 Mangum. Johnson Meta a Pearl Pittman lot 708 w High lot 600 e High. Jones Ella 2 iou Alder Jordon. A Lot Kivett drive. Jordon Sadie lot Underhill lot vac Kivett drive. Kearns Alvin. Bet 2 iou Anderson. Kilby John lot Hobson 3 iou Leonard lot e High 2 Iota Reid lot a Washington 2 vac. Iou Leonard lot 608 s Washington lot 804 vac. Leonard. A. Kirkpatrick. M. Lot 220 Underhill bal. Hirer. We. H., lot 1018 Leonard. Lassiter. Vest lot 1303 e. Washington Leach Mayfield lot 206 Normal. Leak Edgar lot 318 Taylor. Leak Ruth lot 413 Taylor. Leath Oscar lot 700 Vail. Lee Maude lot Vernon 7 leu Nancy est lot 302 Moon i Lytle Chaa. Vac it Brook 14 30 6 41 3 89 9 23 11.39 14 06 35.76 24.18 40 40 15.83 coloured Adams. Will lot 900 Willis. I Adderton Pearl lot Tate. 8 28 Addison. Sam lot 407 North. 4 89 Alfred Eugene lot Hoover at Coll log. 12 39 Alford Mary a. Lot 1408 Lee. 489 Allen. Carl est., lot 614 Ourley. Allen. E Lot Washington Terrace. 10 86annaker Henry lot 729 Fairview. 14 06 Armstrong. Sula a Luke lot 1407 e. Lee. Austin. Ernest lot 604 Vail. Lot vac. Vail. Fiji Baker. Chloe lot furlough. A Baker James lot 1403 furlough lot vie. Furlough. 4 4 Baldwin. Oscar lot 705 Wade lot 707 wad. Lilo 2 Lou pc a do a a. 367.13 24 28 685 83 2 58 15.62 8.73 3 47 7.27 8 60 8 25 6 87 4 29 9 78 826 884 315 6.79 9.16 Barber Wade lot 808 Mobile lot Mobile. Bal. 7.79 19.57 9 69 3 73 8.77 13.52 6.52 9 81 6.79 5.64 2 47 5 12 947 4.67 3 15 4 89 7 39 2.74 16.06 40.14 3.15 3.01 564 489 45.41 20 66 2 77 10 68 17.44 15.92 950 464 203 78 1602 16.84 9.70 5 37 1875 621 4.47 4 89 1200 10.09 8 95 7.79 1027 8 93 3.90 �?�5 05 389 3 89 3.89 5 64 3 63 i Okimura hons 4. . Spec., lot e. Russell 6 lots i lot Brentwood lot e Russell alot Woodrow lot e. Islington Rich lot Richland lot w Lexing Circle or. 63 it. 2 iou n. Main. Hamilton 124 28 try co lot no. 4. In 3 Chestnut. 3.89 try co., lot no. 5 by. 3 Chestnut., to co., lot no. 6 by 3 Chestnut., Ltd co., lot no. 7 by. 3 Chestnut., try co lot no. by 2 ferndale., Ltd co., lot no. 16 it Lobar Terrace a Olty co., lot no. 15 by. M it Lobar qty co., lot no by c Franklin Ltd co., lot no 16 Rockford . Sty co., lot no. 46 Wesley place. Ltd co. Lot no. 19 by u. It Lobar Ltd co. Lot no. 19,a by to. It Lobar 4ty co. Lot no. 20 by u. It Lobar Ltd Colot no. 30ii by. U. Wll Lobar Ltd co., lot no 21 it Lobar Terrace Ltd co., lot no 23 by. U. 4th St Ltd Colot no. 14 by. I. Woodrow a co lot no 16 by. M. Wll Lobar Ltd co., lot no. by. M. Wll Lobar Barr. James lot 304 Loflin lot Fairview Barringer John. Eat lot 703 Redding. Joos Mattie Lee. Lot 610 Tate. I Beamon. Frances lot vac. Belton. Daniel lot 407 w. Willis. Bal. A Black. Willie lot 230 Reid. W4blue. Edith lot 813 Mobile lot Mobil. Bogan. Henry lot Olga. Bow. Willie a Jane. Est., lot 403 Laflin. i Bow Lewis lot 1426 Olga. 313 Bostic. Etta lot Pearson. Bright. N. F., lot 811 Lee. Lot 909 Wade. Brooks Daniel. Est., lot 512 e Washington lot 767 e Washington. Brower W. Lot Underhill. Brower Rev. E., lot vac Taylor. Brown Nellis a lot 1309 e. Commerce. 45 i buckram. Rev. Gee est., lot. Tvett or. # Burnett. A. D., vat lot Normal lot 915 e. 2 56 i Hight lot 1207 e Washington lot 305 nor-7 Namal lot 309 Normal lot 307 Normal lot 4 06 1501 West. 347 Burna Alice. Est., 2 lots no. 309-11 Taylor 3 47 i Burns Bessie lot Cross a Redding. A to Burns. Jessie lot 609 Cross. Bynum. Tom lot 236 Reid. Is 38 Byrum. R. A est lot 601 e. Commerce 12 32 1 lot Reid 33 Ai i Caldwell w. M lot Leonard. 18 93 i Cappeli. Bassie a cha#., vac. Lot wad. Capell Grady lot Ell Wade i. Carter d. C., lot 608 Mangum. Carter. Henry lot 1502 West. Carter John a lot 1113 Downing lot Vee. Downing. Chambers Clint lot 306 Wise. Chambers Geraldine vac. Lot Fairview Chambers Leslie Walden a Dallas Ford lot Hoover. Charles V., 22 a Home place. Chavis. Lloyd j., lot 1227 Pearson. Cheek Mary j., lot 228 Leonard lot 702 Leonard lot 108 Eccles. Chipman C., est., 32 a. Reese ., is a Home place. Coffield. Joe vac. Lot Hoover. Coleston Dave lot 1013 Hoover. Counter Sarah vac. Lot Woodberry. Craver Alebrt vac. Lot Davis 2 it West Crews. Eugene. Est., lot 609 Fairview bal Crutchfield Sam lot 1102 Alder bal. Davis Arthur lot Mobil. Davis Chas est. Lot 762 e Washington. Davis Mordou. 20 a. Davis old. Davis. Ossie e lot 761 e Washington lot Leonard. Davis. Rosanna g., lot 833 Fairview. Day Elsie Lowe lot Hoover Alley Deberry c Vie. Lot furlough lot k. High a Imp. Doctor James a Mary lot 329 Moon. Dunlap. Will lot 1306 e. Commerce lot vie. Commerce. Eccles. Reddle it 1019 e. Wash Nigton. Eccles Henry cd a lot 632 e. High Eccles Henry cd a spec., lot e. Washington. Eleele Ida lot 1003 e. Washington. Elliott c a. Lot 1217 Pearson. Elliott. Mary Sharpe lot 200 Underhill. 10.13 32 Kips. Althea lot Hilltop. 5.64 3 89 Evans Flora A. Edmondson. Jesse wll 3 89 son a Oscar Gray lot Downing. 3 Iota 3.32 Hilltop a Freemont. 4 63 Friday e a., lot 405 w. Willis. 87 2.70 Fuller. Tho est., lot near Marlon Woods. 1.58 Fussellow joe., vac. Mobile. 4.21 3 70 Gabriel. Z. Vac. Lot state. Iff Gaines Ernestine v., lot 712 Leonard. 68 3.71 Gamble Ray. Vac. Lot Olga. A.57 Gamble Turner lot 1302 Olga. 6.21 3 70 Gannoway Ernest i a Cla noway old. 2 22 3 25 Gannoway Robbie lot 718 Fairview. 9 68 4 47 Gibson. Frimm lot Asheboro 3-15 4.29 Olson. P. A bet., lot 617 Mangum. 8.38 Gill b. Lot 1405 Lee. 12 92 Otu. Wilson vac. Lot Elizabeth. 3.68 Goldston Cella. Vac. Lot Mobile. 8 15 332 �?��32 lot Terrace Vee. Lot Lenoard vac. Lot Washington Terrace lot 609 e Washington Mossenberry. Daisy a vac. Lot North. Mathews haute lot Leonard. Mathews. Tho., lot Maple a Decator Melton. Rev. Be lot rid Fairview. Merritt. Mrs. 8. Vac it no. 14 Welch prop. Michael John est lot 204 North lot near North. Lov Davis. Miles. 8 a lot e Wash. Lot Olga lot Moon lot Moon a Luss Beth. Miller Ada est. Lot 830 w Oreen. Miller Janies lot 403 Woodberry. Metier. Roosevelt lot Woodberry at Olga a Mitchell Siree them a Martha lot 319 Normal Mobly. Eliza lot Vail lot Loflin. Moffett eur l., lot Soi Redding lot Asheboro . Morgan or A. Lot i Underhill lot Soo e High. Lot Moon it 1202 West. Lot e Washington. Mccombs Lime lot 228 Reid. Mcconnell Ophelia lot 1166 Alder. Mcfadden. Frank lot 503 Cordy. Mckan Bertha lot 1313 e washing to. Mcrae Minnie. Lot 1618 West. Owens Washington lot 1106 Downing lot Owen Alley. Padgett. David it 507 Cliffside. Palmer. Sally. Est., lot 603 Leonard. Palmer Zillah vac lot Kivett or. Parker a Lot to Echols. Patterson. Susie lot 817 Hilltop. Payne. Leo. Lot 1306 Davis. Peebles. Alexander lot vac. Hoover. Pennington John lot 128 Underhill. Pike. Clark a. Lot 1505 East. Portee Bessie crore lot 914 w. Oreen. Porte. Fletcher. Est lot 206 Underhill. Pryor. W a., lot Wiley. Ragan. Clark. Eat., lot 1408 West. Rankin. Beatrice lot 408 w wll Lla. Retd James e. A Lillian 2 lot no 42-43 furlough lot under Hill. Retd Mary lot 1300 Olga. \ Reid Willi lot 906 Hoover and Imp. Revels. Orace it Downing. Rice Dorothy 2 lot Wash Terrace. Richardson e. A lot 1339 x. Wash., lot 1217 Hoover lot vac. West. Richardson Lilly lot 216 wast. Robbins. Lodaskia lot 901 Leonard. Robinson Lot 1 0 Normal. Robinson. Gladys lot Penron vac. Lot Davis vac. Lot hover 2 Iota Vernon. Robinson. Robt. Vac lot Taylor. Rom Orlando lot 231 Torsy. Sautters. Chaa lot furlough lot College hts. Sautter. Robt., lot 1401 Sherrod. It a a i Saunders Ernestine a bros., 3 iou furlough Saunders win a. Lot Hilltop. Shank Mattie lot 1408 Leonard lot Wash. Be Viii ,.��#.��.#��?�.�,.2� Simpson Ira at Alice lot 804 e Commerce -24 Singleton ed., lot 1427 furlough. A. I Smith Emma vac. Lot Fairview. A .5 Smith. John i. Lot Cloverdale. Steele w blot 1302 furlough. 2 18 Strickland. We lot 307 Louin. Tate. Jennie Allen lot North. Thompson Oley Sloan a a lot 713 Fairview. Thompson. Win lot Soi w. Wll Lla. Bal. Tillman Ida 2 Iota Wash. A Harrison. Tipp A lot 1500 1/eonardwade. h. Lot 101 Normal lot 1329 e. Wahington. Walden Lesley Chambers lot 109 Ball Park Walker. Cleo., vac lot Downing. Warren Willie Mas a Alice Mcknight lot 714 Leonard. Welborn W14 a Hayworth ., 6 a. Hayworth old. a. Hayworth old Wheeler. Samuel est., lot 702 Hilltop. White Fred Lot 201 North. White. Haney Lot 114 Brooks. White. Susie lot 310 Byrum. Whitten. . T., lot 1208 Day lot Davis Wilder Lydia Mccoy lot 304 Moon lot 1617 West. Williams Daisy lot 721 a Washington. Williams journey. Lot no. 16 Futrell. Willoughby Othear lot 205 Myrum. Wills Louise est., spic., lot Ciega the. Wilson Palmer a Fuller lot Leonard a Colledge. Wood Armanda. Lot Griffith Park. Wright Grant eat., lot Elizabeth. Williams. Lime. Lot 610 Vail. 2 15 7.37 132 31.47 1857 3 to 8 60 2 66 8.73 10 33 5 83 2 58 9.55 10.00 15,80 10.12 2 16 1923 7.02 9 24 12 59 10 47 7 93 9,68 7.79 unlisted 5.56 4 89 3 89 3 73 in 40 04 10 51 3 is 506 83.27 2 74 664 4 21 1400 85.11 843 389 968 990 8 43 22.87 409 4 32 432 5 20 1 89 985 7 04 3 89 2 58 2 15 4 38 1278 22.03 11 42 3 47 12 59 697 18 61 35.16 877 2 74 Rivers strikes at 5th column Georgia governor rules that aliens must surrender licenses Atlanta May 25.�? up a in an unprecedented move against Quot fifth columnists Quot governor e. Rivers directed today that the business occupational and professional licenses of All Georgia aliens be cancelled june i. The executive orally instructed Revenue commissioner t. Grady head to revoke the permits effective that Date. Immediately after this was announced head Aud Rivers went into a consultation to determine of exceptions would be made of aliens who have applied for citizenship by that time. The Revenue department was unable to say at once How Many persons would be affected or to estimate the value of the businesses involved. Georgia does not have As Large an alien population As Many Northern states but unofficial guesses were that at least several Hundred would lose licenses. The governor said he was relying largely on the Quot Broad Powers Given the Revenue commissioner under the licensing Laws to make his instructions effective. He added that As far As he knew no such action Ever had been taken by a state government before. This step was the most drastic of several taken by Rivers this week in a Campaign against subversive elements. Included in these was a proclamation Reques ing that All aliens Register with police units and be fingerprinted. This proclamation brought a threat of court action from the american civil liberties Union. Graham backs for program raps democracies action in shutting off Spanish loyalists Chapel Hill May 25.�?<zp a or. Frank Graham president of the University of North Carolina said today he supported president Roosevelt a foreign policy in the main but that he had opposed the policy of America and other democracies a in withholding rightful supplies from the Spanish democracy when the Spanish people were being rushed by Hitler and he pointed out that his stand with respect to the Spanish democracy was in line with his present stand for supplies to the Allied democracies adding Quot it is american supplies not men which the Allied democracies need. American Entrance into the War in transferring the flow of supplies to our own forces would Cut Down the supplies now indispensably needed by the two new members Are added to local staff employment service two members Moore and miss Ruth Mae Hadnott have been added to the staff of the local office of the North Carolina state employment service this week M. Do Bryne office a tanager announced today. . Monroe who was transferred from the Roanoke rapids office is a Junior interviewer. Miss Handnott a former member of the new Bern office staff has been reappointed interviewing clerk and transferred to this office. This gives High Point a staff of to persons increasing the office efficiency and Opportunity for Community service says or. Dubruyne. The office manager also an minced that 4 0 openings were filled in the past week in High Point 37 in private employment three in Public. More about on Rushing continued from Rule one More about president continued from Page one Quot the plan at present is not definite. The president knows the the University president said manner in which he wants to a. He Quot deeply deplored the allies running out on Woodrow Wilson s 14 Points at Paris the failure of America to join the league of nations the failure of the league of nations to revise the terms of the treaty of Versailles in humane consideration of the German peo proach the problem but he has not decided the details or the names or it had been reported that the president had decided to revive the Quot Council of National defense Quot a the world War Board of six Cabinet officers and seven civil presbyterians opposed to conscientious objectors pie the failure of the democracies Ian experts a to coordinate Ami to lend a brotherly hand to the Speed up the nation s $3,297,-struggling German democracies to 011,352 defense program and the consequent tragic Rise of or. Roosevelt an informed annular to i Hority said already has oem grahams views were presented piled a list of names from which in in interview today in the daily tar Heel student newspaper. Rochester. N. A a a May 25.�? up a the 152nd Assembly of the presbyterian Church in the u. S. A. Has refused to urge Congress to exempt conscientious objectors from military service because of Quot the Church historic stand the recommendation tabled at the Assembly second session of the week Long meeting yesterday also would have Given objectors equal standing within the Church. It was viewed by a Church author More about inactivity Ity As a Quot Strong statement vulnerable continued from Page one horses alone not to speak of men which one bomber attack on such a Street would have caused we kept straining our eyes for Allied planes and saw none. Blaff officers told us that Ger for Man scouting planes located every enemy contingent. These Scouters know who was who in each approaching column. They also knew where Bridges which had to be crossed were without Trees offering shelter or where else they were especially the Council members May be chosen but the identity of the men on the list is a closely guarded secret. Administration aides have been studying an enabling statute dating Back to 1916, to determine what revisions in it May be necessary. The word that a defense Council was Likely coincided with forewarning of a Senate drive to expand the Navy a air Arm far beyond the limits suggested in president Roosevelt a emergency preparedness program. One avowed objective was a greater Armada of Long Range planes As the Quot surest Quot guarantee again a to an in Vader i attack. Whether the new National defense Council would have the same framework As its world would have no binding Power in the tack on England for they ii oui 26 and 22 Miles respective from the Folkestone Dover coast. Germans have said however that occupation of the Nari owing areas of southwestern Belgium and Northwestern France a the sack of territory upon which the nazis Are pulling the drawstring a is a necessary prelude to any jump off toward the English Shore. Quot the ring around the belgian army units of the first seventh and ninth French armies and Hie main body of the English expeditionary Force was considerably increased and thereby definitely closed a a said the High command s review of yesterdays operations. Tightened the ring it now might be called a car Rote was tightened on its Eastern front by capture of Ghent and Courtrair and crossing of the Lys River a sequel to an earlier smash of nazi divisions across the Scheldt which in one Section parallels the North South Lys River line. The capture of Courtrair on the Lye brought a Barb of the German envelopment front 15 Miles Northeast of the French Industrial City of Lille just inside the French Border Lille a peacetime population was More than Lun,-&>00 and it was a Center of War industries Lille changed hands three times in 1911. Between Roubaix and Valenciennes another sector of tile envelopment front Southeast of Liue German troops attacked be neb Border fortifications the High command said. the South Between Valenciennes and Vimy. It. A said that Quot the attack on both Aldea of Dona is progressing in a Northwestern South of Sedan near the hinge of the big and Little Maginot lines sector of the first German penetration into France German troops Quot in recent Days wrenched an important Hillside Strong Point from the enemy after Stout fighting and kept it despite heavy the German air Force lashed at Allied lines threatening the two aides of its salient to the Channel which forms the lower jaw of the trap and crashed bomb 3. 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Paris May 24.�? up German columns which crunching to the English Channel i bystander was puzzled but Ger through a 30-Rollt corridor have Man officers implied they could Shal the nation resource in discarded the flame throwing not understand it. I 1917-1h were Bernard Baruch tanks Vav Iii ii thy us a to Cut. A financier Samuel Joniner in. General Georg von Kuechler. A rompers Iam chief of the her or. Eader .uu9 Rosenwald War predecessor was not certain.,._.mthe fact that the 191law was Lnla a wan and French Channel mentioned in this connection i Quot destroying or heavily however led to belief that it Dan a a Kong destroyer and seven would i merchant ships or transports with tilt i tonnage of roughly 20, tic ski As the 24-year-old act now Atanda the Council would be headed by the secretaries of War anti aircraft artillery Navy Interior agriculture Coni i communique Meree and labor assisted by an Quot advisory commission Quot of experts French destroyer Quot an additional destroyer As previously reported was sunk by said the Cut through the fortifications of the Meuse River in Northern France Coni Mander in last week military report said Man a run it in the Antwerp sector. Today. And general Walther von retch 1 a Stead. They Are using tank. Al Ftp commanding the army push equipped with machine guns. The fiame thrower had Only a 70-Yard Range. More about dive bombers continued from Page one pilots in the squadrons based on thrive Field Are almost literally doing the work of three men. 22 words were censored Here French air officer said today the initial nazi advantage in the air was being Cut Down but they added that even the experience and daring of the French pilots has not been Able to keep the germans from raiding into the heart of France. While we talked on the Well camouflaged Field fast fighter patrols swept into the air to meet another bombing raid on a neighbouring Field. The heavy crunch of bombs followed one another in rapid succession until the German bombers were beaten off by the French planes which dived with machine guns and Cannon firing. Throughout the Northern air army zone officers told of heavy German bombardment but with Only Small damage. More about London ing toward the French ports opposite England were amazed at the absence of air activity. Allied air activity also seemed missing at the Battlefront although i can give Only one personal impression. Businessman Daniel Willard Railroad executive or. Franklin h. Martin a medical authority and to o engineers Howard e. Coffin and Hollis Godfrey Only Baruch who also headed the War industries Board and Willard Are still alive. Both have been consulted by the administration on defense matters in the German officers professed to be As eur puzzled by a seeming Lack of co. It am speculation operation Between the Allied air Wight indicate Force and by what they called aimless dropping of bombs at night on Western German cities. German officers assured me that they were keeping exact tabs on these bombings All of which they claimed hit civilians and non military objects. His defense Council decision in the course of his Quot fireside Chat Quot broadcast tomorrow night. Advance notice of a Senate drive for greater immediate enlargement of the Navy air Force a Given after the Senate naval committee decided yesterday to recommend a authorize a this destroyer had been identified by dub official news Agency As French and the scene of the sinking As the Engin ski Channel. German airmen were said to have scored bomb hit on troop and tank concentrations marching Columna rail lines airports anti aircraft positions Inland and artillery positions quays shipyards docks moles Aud gasoline storage tanks in belgian and French Channel port. The High command acknowledged Only seven planes missing in yesterday s operations at against an Allied total or h4 27 shot Down in air fighting by a nil a raft fire and the remainder destroyed on Tho ground. The germans holding Narvik under Allied seige were retried reinforced by Mountain Chasseur units parachuted into the German Camp. The German radio announced Bill which would that off Norway warplanes badly $2,200,000,000 4 i damaged a British aircraft car More about deadly continued from Page one Drew slightly into Belgium without being hampered by German attacks. He said. The separation of the Smail Allied units from the Northern Allied army was accompanied by destruction of rom Mienl carry to the Senate floor a fight cations which prevented the Ger to Siep up naval plane production mans from further Advance he and Pilot training beyond any year program for the naval air Lier Kvut out of commission a Bat corps and its Shore bases. The Reship Sank one Cruiser arid two measure however imposed a Supply ships and damaged still .ooo.plane top on the Navy another Cruiser two More Supply strength. ships and a Tanker. This quota placing contrasted Quot the battleship which As pre with simultaneous House action piously reported was badly hit in in voting 391 to i for an unil Mit Hie Bow on the Day before was de expansion of the army air t hit on the Stern by three new Fleet senator Byrd d.. Announced that next week he would i 126 Armstrong. Harvey est lot 821 Hilltop Graham Bual 2 lots Wash. Terace no. 179-180 for the years 1935-1936-1937-1938 and 1939oreen t r., 2 lots no. 12 or 13 Church old. Hoover mra. Alicem. 2 lot no. 65 a be Fairmont Park Lorth year 1935. 1936, 1937. 1938 and 1939mane. Lot old Thoa. Re. Mir. Abe lot Blain ave. Rankin a. A int. 3 lot Gordon. Rob Naon Walter a lot Ort Fth Park for year 1934, 1035. 1938, 1937. 1938, 1939snow lumber co., bal on 513 Chestnut loathe years 1937-1938 and 193938 80 Taylor. Walter a. Davie old. 8 06 3 77 393 9 86 a 97 4 20 15 45 continued from rage one Eutzly were aimed at steel factories the others it was Felt were attempts to shake the morale of civilians already disturbed by ldm05fkiw taken numerous arrest of possible Quot fifth no authoritative information was made Public in London whether the Navy was bombarding Channel posts where German troops Are established or attempting to withdraw the expeditionary Force As it did in Norway. Shortly before noon Southeast English coastal towns heard a steady Cann Nading from across the Channel. There were reports also that observers in those towns had seen flashes of machine gun fire in the skies indicating that Royal of Amiens. He said the irregular jagged French line from Valeno Innes through Cambrai Arras and St. Omer to Boulogne remained unchanged. While the Breech of the not closed. Not close. But he reported Allied troops were moving in a pincer Advance intended to trap the fast moving German Quot pan Aero units which air Force filers were attacking have streaked through this Cor German planes Over the Channel Ridor toward the English Chan an air ministry communique Nel and at the same time to is said today British planes had Des to Ahlfs connection Between the troyed or seriously damaged 40 i main French Force on the Soune German bombers and fighting and the Allied armies pinned i planes Over the French and Bel Side i he German ring of steel in Gian Battlefront yesterday while Flanders and Belgium. Losing ten of their own ships and the War of movement continued that British airman had account throughout the North and norther tor 120 German planes in the West the spokesman said with de last three Days Tach cents moving in Between in the communique said 31 of the Emy groups while isolated units enemy planes had burst into flames or crashed on Landing and that the rest had been put out of action. Thing now contemplated. Senator tidings did said that he would second the Campaign. More about fifth column continued from Page one i the immigration committee i approved a House Bill to require the War office spokesman said the deportation of aliens who add hundreds of prisoners Quot were Vocate changes in the american taken in local successes mopping of government. Up operations where nazi troops a Senate investigation of sub had established Bridgehead South aversive activities which affect add a while the morning communique of the High command reported consolidation of positions on the Somme and the taking of Quot a certain number of prisoners Quot the chief objective of the French army was to bite through the German salient driven toward the Chanuel just North of the Somme. Gossett Zeriul lot 1316 a a Commerce. 3.51 a Octal end Woodall 2-3 int. Mont Llew to. 7 80 973 weather of Hamik Fok the week South Atlantic states fair beginning and near end of week showers about wednesday or thursday Normal temperature except slightly below in North portion first of week. Fought against opposing Advance guards. South of Sedan where fighting is progressing favourably in the wooded Section the spokesman said the French had recovered ail ground lost to the germans he described engagements in this Region is Quot very hot Quot and said new artillery bombardments began this morning. Bragall will have a Zebu farm. The National defense was proposed by senator Reynolds de who also submitted a Resolution calling on All government agencies to report to the Senate on aliens they employ. Senator Stewart to Tenn proposed a Quot permanent alien registration chairman Sheppard a Tex said the Senate military affairs committee would hold hearings soon on legislation to set up a Quot National Industrial defense corp Quot of private citizens who would cooperate with the government in locating Quot fifth Columbi in the House a Bill containing authority for the Secretary of War to purge the army s civilian personnel of a fifth column Quot suspects regardless of civil service restrictions was passed yesterday and went to the Senate. The committee on in american activities requested another $100,000 to investigate leads which chairman Dies a Tex said Quot Are coming in faster than we can handle Dies said the committee was trying to confirm reports that germans have directed the establishment of camouflaged air bases just South of the Rio Grande. Bombs Quot the broadcast said. 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