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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 31, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy showers tonight thursday. The High Point Enterprise High Point Industry at High Point offers Good Opportunity for year around work vol. 55�?no. Psi Memmer associated press High Point. N. Wednesday it Kroon May 31, 1939 Complete aka service Price five cent Russia rejects three Power Alliance use army in fighting communism demanded by Moseley czechs will regain Freedom says Benes new York. May 31.�? a it a . Eduoard Benes former president Czecho Slovakia dedicated his a a ghost country s Pavilion at the new York worlds fair today with a Challenge to the legality the German protectorate Over Czecho Slovakia and a prediction that a the coming Liberty for the czech people is a the times seem dark for us and for the Fate All Small nations in Europe a . Benes said a but thanks to this great land Freedom and its democratic government we czechs slovaks and car Patho russians still can show to the world How an Humble yet free and democratic people can work and Why that people will will never the Pavilion one the major edifices in the foreign Section was begun before German troops marked into Czecho Slovakia and since then has been maintained As cities by an inscription the facade a by its friends in am another inscription written by the scholar comenius during the Middle Ages is emblazoned directly Over the lion arms Czechoslovakia and reads a after the tempest Wrath has ranged the Rule thy country will return to thee czech people a . Benes recalling that the 1�?Tnited states a refused to recon j the sound firm basis the i Nile the occupation by military i existence our state Force the Republic Czechoslovakia and continues to recognize t h e representative the czechoslovak Republic As the Only represent a fives the Czecho slovak people in this declared a this act International Law and order Justice and fairness has helped us to underline j in the face the whole world longer Craig warned threatened a overthrow la. S. Forces tin in red fight general says in in american hearing Washington May 31. Map a major general George Horn Moseley retired shouted to a congressional committee today that president Roosevelt ought to use the army to fight communism in the United states. A the ought to free the army from the restrictions now imposed it a the former commander the fourth corps arca and one time Deputy chief staff told the House in american committee. A the army can make plans to fight Germany but it can to do a damned thing to protect us from the enemy within our a Short time earlier he testified thumping the table for emphasis that he had a a warned general Malin Craig army chief staff a plot to overthrow the government. I Campbell informer the information he said had Al come to him through James e. Inspire j Campbell Owensboro ky., a Reserve officer. He said the army intelligence service agreed the reports presented a serious situation. Moseley knew he added his Blue eyes snapping what general Craig a people who in 20 years have j had done about one Case but he accomplished through Freedom did not disclose the nature the and democracy what Many ofter action. Nations in Europe have succeeded testifying under the Glare in accomplishing Only after much news reel camera floodlights Cardinal possibility . Eduoard Renes what happened in Europe during the last a the dictatorial regime can Rule the country temporarily a he said a but it cannot kill the spirit last minute bulletins dec House lighted Manteo May v. H. Coast guard flier from Norfolk va., aiding a search for three crewmen the Bel Haven Sloop Carey Mears missing since sunday reported today sighting a Green dec House afloat two and one half Miles South the Cheam Acomie station. Cotton conf. Called Washington May a the United states asked ten major Cotton exporting nations today to participate in and International conference at Washington september it to consider the possibility a world Cotton marketing agreement. Children injured in explosion Akron o., May an explosion blew out a Wall a two Story Frame schoolhouse in suburban Barberton today injuring Between so and to children. Some the students bleeding about their faces were taken to Barberton citizens Hospital and Barbet clinic. Others suffered bruised legs arms and bodies. Paine convicted new York May ji.�?j.i1�? Stephen in Aine former partner Paine Webber and co., one the biggest brokerage houses in the country was indicted by a Federal grand jury today 17 counts mail fraud and one conspiracy. Paine who was in charge the concerns Boston office was suspended april i from the new York Stock Exchange for three years in connection with the investigation investment trusts which preceded the inquiry conducted by the Federal grand jury. Mrs. Hendley mrs. Martin win mrs. Lendley Greensboro won Low net honors in the Cia a division in the Piedmont women a Golf association tourney at Emery Wood country club Here this morning. Mrs. J. T. Martin Greensboro won class b honors in a playoff with miss Jean Yates Greensboro. Putting victors were miss Minnie Atkinson Winston Salem in class a and mrs. Leroy Stadler greens Boro who won from mrs. J. B. Cooper High Point in playoff. Blac shirts in Catholic Palace i eagers i be primate s Home As business enter i Moseley asserted the a disease communism now attacking the United states could be cured a in five minute from the w Hite i he explained this could be so j computed if president Roosevelt j would empower the army to invest j Ligate subversive activities j shouting frequently at members the committee seated across the table from him Moseley declared vehemently he thought there wore several emergencies confronting this country. General War among those he listed subvert archbishop John j. Witty above san Francisco is possible appointee if Pope Pius should create another american Catholic Cardinal. Mitty was an army chaplain during world War and is former Bishop Salt Lake City Utah. Divers in task raising sub nazis Welcome partners France Russia Britain soldiers who served Franco stirring greeting Given thousands who return by Hitler s staff Hamburg May 31.�? apr several thousand German soldiers who fought for Generalissimo Francisco Franco in Spain came Home today to a stirring nazi Welcome at this German Gateway to the world. A five a strength through Joy ships bore them slowly up the Elbe after several hours delay by fog the soldiers the Condor legion were saluted by Field marshal Hermann Wilhelm Goering behalf Reio Hsueh re Hitler. Goering stood the Bridge the yacht Hamburg beaming expansively and obviously proud the men his air Force who were being hailed by the press As Francois mightiest Arm a in the defense Europe against six torpedo boats led the sea Parade into Hamburg Hathor. The Homecoming troops in Gray Green uniforms were lined up in precise military formations the decks. Majority fliers most the Bien were the i air Force which the Ter in a ii pub France Russia and England draw closer together in the can set up. Discussing Likely three Power pact at Geneva left to right French foreign minister Georges Bonnet wan Mai sky soviet ambassador to London lord Halifax British foreign minister. Salzburg Germany. May 31. J a up a regional officials the Schut Staffel today conducted the i business the nazi Black shirt elite guard in a Palace which for i a Ulve act end. Pan More than a Century had been 1 the Home Salzburg a Catholic archbishops. Archbishop Sigismund Waltz Catholic primate Germany found himself dispossessed yesterday when he returned from a from coast to coast to get us involved in a the first thing i would do i were in the White House a the general said a would be to fire every communist in the employee the United states govern gon Tot Maile with Ini aloud squalid air pressure connections made Portsmouth. N h. May 31. Ltd a Navy divers toting the task raising tie sunken submarine squalls and her 26 dead descended 240 feet below the surface today to attach connections with which to build up air pressure in the submarine a a water free Forward compartments. The operation was one the preliminaries to the Salvage plan which Calls for attaching heavy chains and pontoons to the sunk journey Over the Whitsuntide hoi and Henwoo a Rel a e he army Days the Palace furniture had been carted to a warehouse and the archbishop took up temporary residence in a Seminary. What Steps he planned next were not disclosed. Officials believe japs hold officer so that it could fight this enemy within our Moseley told the committee he first placed Little credence in the reports to received from Campbell hut when asked to did not regard them As sufficiently important to refer to Craig he replied j hotly a a done to you think i should a he said he had asked Camp Jbell for permission to show the reports to Craig hut was refused and told he could outline them. When asked what Craig had done about the reports Moseley said he knew very definitely what Craig had done about one attache to China is being Case but did not disclose the a by japanese gendarmes at i lure the action. The retired officer testified the i array intelligence service agreed they portrayed a serious Sittia Tion. Sei ret meeting although he declared he had made no Effort to keep his presence in new York for the Uzzell j meeting a sea it Moseley said in Craft Forward raising her a lit tis gradually moving he water. Once in wats feet deep Salvage the problem Brin Marine to the surf my aft Aud at a time to shallower r too to 120 i file Iii is said Jins the suttee would he piping China May 31.�? up British circles Here believed that lieutenant colonel Spear military held Kalgan. He had been reported Enro Ute Overland from chunking to piping. Japanese newspapers today declared at a a mysterious foreigners identifying himself As attache a a certain foreign nerf Tiona was arrested May 26 at a railway station Between piping and Kalgan. British circles believed there was Little question the Man was Spear. It was understood they have been unable however to greatly simplified building up air pressure in the Forward compartments which. Were not flooded when the vol it naval in squalls Sank May 23, was Neces-1 sary they explained to support not Only the Hull hut especially bulkheads now resisting water pressure 109 pounds per Square Inch. The Salvage workers Are counting upon maintaining the buoyancy the Forward Section in the task raising the squalls to the surface. Lie was just learning had been used to ferry least 15, moors into Spain from Africa in the first Days the civil War which ended two months were technicians and instructors. There still was no official announcement the strength the German forces which started going to Spain in july. 1936, the i month the War started but hit it Lerus newspapers. Voel Kisi her Ben-1 luckier said the legion we kept at a 5.000. Hamburg was almost delirious with noisy Joy. Thousands Visl-1 tors from All parts Germany had flocked to the port Many them to embrace sons and Brothers among the troops. They and sightseers swarmed to the port and River Hanks after the morning fog. The Sun shone brightly a City bedecked with flags the red. White and Black Germany and the red and Gold nationalist Spain. A ism Barrm ext delayed the transport ships were soon brought to their docks hut the disembark ment wag delayed until this afternoon. Goering hitlers no. I aide. Came Here by special train this morning accompanied by most Germany s High air Force officers. He wore his flying officers uni for. The return tile soldiers coincided with the 23d anniversary i the rattle Jutland the great gement which the germans have set Down As a Victory Over the British. In Milan. Italy. Foreign minister count Galeazzo Ciano said in an article in the political Magazine Ger Archia published Here that Italy intervened in the Span continued Page two decision monday adjournment kiss death Slayer ends hunger strike congressional leaders file july 15 a tentative Date in meeting Philadelphia May opt Mno. Rom Carina corpulent dark eyed widow whom Lidice Call the ski a death woman in the East mire murder investigation a Given Light nourishment today after she voluntarily ended a nine Day a hunger and thirst strike in a Hospital. Pollee Captain James Kelly said Lite ear old woman refused food Ami drink to protest her arrest a murder charge. She was removed from a prison eel to a Hospital a week ago Ami for two Days had been fist forcibly. Yesterday she whispered front her cot a a Ltd Ive me food. Oregon sex governor flails labor Board under questioning that he had registered at the new yorker hotel under the name a. B. Parker and then went to see mrs. Uzzell for a preliminary con establish a Contact with the Kal j versa Ion. Later he moved to the Gan prisoner. Hotel 1�?Tennsylvania. One japanese newspaper said investigation was being continued us to his nationality de the red faced Sandy haired witness said Fritz Kuhn Leader and conclude the bund was one those at the meeting together with a mrs. A even if the foreigner is a i Good Leader a National de foreign military attache this will sense committee a group not excuse his actions in japanese Philadelphia organizations eyes. However his courage was a what was the purpose the very great in risking passage gathering a asked Rhea Whitley through the lines. It is expected i committee counsel. Britain planning exile Irish Republican Leader Lundon May 31�? a a a the British Home Hie was reported reliably today to he considering an attempt to extradite Sean Russell a Leader the outlawed Lrich Republican army who is now in California. Specific charges against him were not disclosed hut they were understood to have Arisen from the recent wave bombings in England attributed to the i. R. A., anti British organization which is illegal both in Ireland and England. Washington May 31.�? Ltd it a former governor Charles h. Martin Oregon asserted today that the National labor Board had a played up to thugs in Oregon labor disputes and thereby a made a bad situation testifying at Senate labor committee hearings proposed amendments to the Wagner labor act Martin accused the Hoard a a meddling and encouraging labor Martin recited various instances violence which he said occurred As a result Al and Cio rivalry for dominance in the Oregon lumber Industry. Seventy six individuals he said. Were Nite postponement ind Epen j sent to prison for conspiracy Deuce the islands scheduled j violence. Labor Union Leader favors postponement Independence Manila. May 31.�? a Esteban Vasquez. President the philippine labor Union which claims 17,000 members declared publicly today he favored inde Fil Orf 1946. If tile United states Steps out the Philippines he said Japan will step in. Then he added a when it comes to choose Between the United states and Japan we naturally prefer America any time. J a i Lay it right at their door most it a the former governor i a retired major general re i plied. Rivalry Between the two labor i organizations he added a was 1 built up and aggravated by the Way the Board a it Tol in taking sides with the Washington. May 31.�? to congressional leaders told president Roosevelt today that they j would Ive him a definite prediction next monday the Date Congress might he expected to adjourn. Tentatively they spoke july la. The president has been withholding a decision whether to Start a transcontinental trip j june 15 until adjournment pros. Pelts have been determined. This morning . Roosevelt conferred with vice president Garner speaker Bankhead and the Senate and House majority leaders senator Barkley i i by i i and representative Rayburn Date Rayburn told reporter afterwards that adjournment hinged i the Progress such legislative items As neutrality and tax legis lation. He added that he expect j de a tax revision measure to j reach the House the week after j next. July ilk tentative both he and Bankhead said they were confident Congress would wind up the session by july 15. While . Roosevelt had virtually completed arrangements to Start his tour june 15, he told reporters yesterday at Hyde Park a y., that if it appeared Congress would adjourn by july 15. He might postpone his trip until after that Date. He said that if it looked As if Congress would remain in session until August i he would leave in mid june. The president also had expressed a desire for action changes in the neutrality Law at this session but Rayburn gave no indication when legislation might reach the House from the committee. Possibilities a Fulli Blister in the Senate administration proposals have clouded the Outlook. England attempting to set up terrorist Post say nazis minister hits at proposal in parliament Long shh officials startled by Mol toffs address Moscow May 31.�? apr Premier foreign minister Zolotoff so optically and caustically described British French efforts to build a a peace front today As insufficient and ineffective and said a it is impossible to think now whether they really want to end a that is Why we must be vigilant a Zolotoff said in an address before the supreme soviet parliament. A we must remember Stalin a warning about pulling chestnuts out the in Britain officials regarded soviet Premier and foreign minister Mol toffs address before the parliament As a rejection the British formula for a three Power Mutual assistance pact. This was a terrific blow which completely reversed All expectations. Not Only sources close to the British government but London diplomatic quarters generally had regarded soviet acceptance the Mutual assistance formula a at least in principles As a certainty. Rejecting the latest British French offer cos not going far enough especially where the Baltic states Are concerned Zolotoff intimated that Trade negotiations with Germany May soon be resumed. Principal modified Zolotoff said that the latest British French offers showed that the principle reciprocity with Russia in apy Mutual Aid agreement had been accepted but a modified by Many clauses so that it May be Only he said no Progress had been made with regard to the Small countries Russia s Borders. Britain and France he stated a Only think those whom they have a the soviet Union ii not what it a in 1921,�?� Zolotoff continued a we Are compelled to re Are mind the world this for it seem that even our neighbors forget it. Our strength has risen. A it is time to understand that we will not tolerate violation our frontiers a now. About outer Mongolia. According to our Mutual assistance agreement we must help guard her frontiers. Our attitude is serious. We will defend those frontiers As firmly As our own. It is time to understand that All patience has a limit. Recent skirmishes Between outer mongolian forces and japanese Manetho Kuoan troops along the mongolian a Manetho Kuoan Border have been reported by japanese sources. Outer Mongolia is in the russian sphere influence and has a Mutual Aid pact with Russia. It Stalin entered a storm applause swept the chamber As Joseph Stalin entered Aud took his customary place Well to the tear commissars the platform. In a fifth Row seat the floor the House Maxim lit Vinoff who was supplanted by continued Page two cops arrest 14 Briggs strikers Blackjack Muse taken Blier out bred bats Bubber to prevent Al Detroit. May 31.-</p fearing a new outbreak factional violence in connection with the Briggs manufacturing company strike police today arrested 14 men and seized blackjacks baseball hats and lengths rubber Hose. Nine the men were released quickly but the other five were for additional question Royalty return nth rough Canada Berlin. May 31.�? it pm a German official spokesman Harg a detained de today that Britain was try inf. Ing to set up a a terrorist Center at 3 45 a. Rn., guards at a Hall in Germany and intimated a pro the United Auto workers unrest might be lodged in London Ion Ciu which called Ute the basis for the charge a j Briggs strike to Days ago asked a speech made yesterday at South-1 police help saying they fear port England by a Laberite Mem Camps to open Huffman May 31.�? pm the state 4-h club Camp near Here will open june 5 when members from Hart net and Hoke counties begin a week s Encampment. The Camp will close August 19. That surprising results May he obtained in investigation his Harlan mine workers Coal operators conferring today Harlan by May 31.�?gp contract negotiations Between leaders the United min workers c. I. Of and the Harlan county Coal operators association were scheduled for resumption today As another troop patrolled mine prepared to reopen without a Union contract. Superintendent r. E. Gal breath the Wisconsin steel company so a captive mine at Benham recalling its 364 miners to the pits said a we cannot Deal with any Union because we do not know which organization if any has a f a it was just a patriotic Mosely answered a a was t it for the purpose discussing the formation a confederation these Patriot organizations with you As its Leader a admission Whitley Drew from the witness an admission that he sent out a in exceptional cases copies literature put out by certain organizations. Iii a letter to James n. Wilkerson Kansas City Moseley referred to copies four reports which he said contained information a frankly stated and a then j Queen he did not identify the reports specifically but said they might have included Industrial control reports by James True and a american vigilante by Robert Edmonson trip through Broad Dominion ill terminate till Entrance into w Ashington Victoria b. C., May 31.�? i pm Britain s touring sovereigns a All Canada at their feet about faced today for their return trip through the Broad Dominion Wmith Washington. D. C., their major objective. Due in the United the morning june a train awaited King Elizabeth at the Arctic which he said holds Iso much Canadas future. Dull statistics show that Canada s youth up to the present has been More interested in Hunting i he Gold in the Hills and cities the United states than in the unsettled spaces the North but i the Kings advice to them Given at the official government lunch i Eon Here was to go North where j he said there is a Field enter prise for youth which it will i take generations to exhaust. ? j a it Yalta affirmed Gorge and i the 12-car Royal train was Vancouver ready for the homeward journey station to pull out at 2 30 p. In. Is Gie Royal couple arrived by Post a More northerly route j boat from Victoria. Trip. Their Westward Progress was a Gret is that j Triumph without untoward stud in much dents any kind and the Brit my is going i do Loveie in have to skip the Assurance than the West King George although he to Canada s vast be to see More. He t. D Dattulo that British Columbia was As steadfast and firm in its loyalty to the British Crown As the mountains that Anchor the province to the shores Tho i Pacific. The Royal entourage could look j Forward to hut one Day rest Between now and their departure for England june 15 front Halifax. They arrive at Jasper National Park thursday morning and remain until Friday morning. Then with Brief official stops at Edmonton Saskatoon and Many halts a few minutes the royal1 special races through to the thickly populated districts Ontario for the Busy Days before the to Ain crosses crosses the International bolder Niagara where Sta a Hull will her parliament Philip Noel Baker before a labor party Congress. Noel Baker was quoted As saying a we Are doing everything possible to feed propaganda to illegal publications in Germany so that tite German people May be left Victoria Whit j King and Queen prime mint Ier states. On june 7 at Secretary Welcome tile to tire i ailed Britain revives old pre War posts for preparedness Day Lundon May 31.�?dp a the British War office decided today to put More Teeth into its preparedness program by reviving july i. Two posts inspectors general which existed before the world War. General sir William Edmund Ironside who has commanded forces at Gibraltar was appointed inspector general overseas led an attack. Officers tile special investigation detail arrested three men hooked As George Grisham 32, Samuel Miller 2s, Fred Mitchell 33, All Evansville ind. Police said the three were members the Homer Martin Independent faction the Haw and quoted them As saying they came to Detroit a to Settle his Union i shortly afterwards police Cruiser squads brought in la Meu accused besieging a restaurant in search for a pro Martin Auto worker said to be opposed to the Briggs strike. The police found Jesse Taylor a Briggs employee hiding in the cellar the restaurant. Taylor said he was beaten monday night and feared further violence. Two the la described As Cio men were held by the police. In picket line fights monday night one Man was shot and several clubbed. Joseph Ferris vice i forces. General sir Walter Kirke president the Briggs Cio l a former director general the j local remained in serious cordite Fri tonal army was named in-1 lion today from two Bull t Specter general Homo forces. Wounds

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