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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Weal lie r occasional rain tonight wednesday mostly Cloudy. This High Point Enterprise pain the outer of diversified manufacturing enterprises vol. 55�?no. 325 member associated press High Point. N. J., tuesday afternoon november 21, 1939 compete sea service Price five cent Britain swears to avenge losses inflicted by nazis heavy French shelling on trawler Jap Western front Breaks quiet Nero owner by sea Hines germans report air forces in successful scouting journeys Berlin nov. Iti. Map French artillery abruptly tided a 35-hour silence on the Vestern front today with Eavy shelling in the Pearl ret or at the Junction of the Herman French and Luxem it org Borders the official Herman news Agency report the Agency. Dub said the rest of the 100-mile Western front Secor Between the Moselle and the Bine Rivers was quiet on the upper Rhine front renew Searchlight batteries were Tell during the night at several mints. Dub interpreted this is be to a the enemy s loons Handicap the Agency Sain that there was Leavier Rifle and anti tank fire a Ere and that floods had forced he French to Clear out of some Ankers. Reconnaissance flights of the Jerman air Force Over France and England during the last few Days dded a important results a dub mid. The Agency reported a in i of French anti air seek sabotage Clews in Tanker blast Federal raft fire and said that British agents investigated possibility of sabotage after an explosion Otha m per Herman aboard Ole 11,147 ton panamanian Oil Tanker j. Anre. Dub said the enemy did Little icon Nola Erling yesterday As Ger a Pursuit planes met no enemy Anes Over German territory. A German Plaue reached a he outskirts of London monday Tor he drat time in the War. The British reported chasing it out to it. Additional German Craft flew j ver Southeast England today one j i them the British air ministry Aid being shot Dow n by Royal j a Force fighters Over the East ast trs Stop 127 ships German submarines Coo Pernt Jung wit i the Nail air Force in the Baltic and North seas have com milled 127 merchant ships to enter Herman harbours for search since he beginning of the War it was reported today by duh. Official Ermun news Agency. Tonnage of the vessels searched it was mid totalled 245,455. Re Ause the ships or their cargoes Ere not subject to seizure under pile Laws. They were discharged. Or stated. In addition the report said Levrai Hundred other merchant a ten were halted on the High be is or search but released in Modi Italy. The German High comma of can while reported nazi recon Assante planes had �?oaccomplish-1 4 their tasks according to ached Jlas a in rights Over England and Ranee a despite enemy defense a i nth 8tctkhnfil a communique which noted i a on instructed for Byrd hut that Only minor activity on the Western lass would support Garner it runt said scouting assignments j or Law a unable lad been carried out Over Scapa German plane shot Down Over East coast in Battle i till defenders London nov. 21. A destruction of a British mine sweeping trawler and a raiding German plane today was announced by British offi i vials. The air ministry said that the invading aircraft was shot Down in an engagement with Royal air Force planes Over the East coast. I the announcement came shortly utter word that the trawler Mas a Tiff was lost off the East coast i when it struck a mine. Planks do or Lon Don i soviet Fleet Maneu vers in new territory ships a in Ork out Iii bases won by recent Baltic agreements Moscow nov. 21. Map j a soviet Russia disclosed to-1 seizures will be made to retaliate for sea Campaign Chamberlain Calls German sea warfare violation of International Law says English will enforce blockade Dice s Neh key Man a invading warplanes in another it. Fth funeral sep re flight such As carried one to the Neres me Noue Freidl Secie very Edge of London yesterday. At her Bayonne n. J., pier. Note the 35 by 50 foot Hole torn in the vessels deck. Glass leans to Garner virginian will work for senator from Home state As Long As he stays in race Washington nov. 21. Map a senator Carter Glass disclosed today that he has two choices for the 1940 democratic presidential nomination a vice president Garner and senator Byrd a a japanese liner sunk off coast of Britain London nov. 21. Fast a ship believed to or tile Irwinton i a a ii pm liner tempi Iii Marti hound from Japan to London tank today off the coast of England. She wan reported to have struck a mine. The liner Earth d a Crew of Imo and 26 passengers one of them British. Tile sinking ship could he aeon front Shore. Great saints of water Rose from Lier sides a Lifeboat and other Craft went to the re Mike. Some survivor Wen brought to Shore. London nov. 21. Map a great Britain has Deday that her Baltic Fleet is cited to seize exports of German ownership or origin on the holding Large scale Maneu vers High seas prime minister Chamberlain announced today in i from newly won bases in that Talia Tion for what he called a Many violations of International area. At the same time she Law and the ruthless brutality of German warned Finland that nothing British reprisals against a a will Ever break our decision i Many extending the blockade to to pm Tali Ltd a it conf Nnapp All experts 88 imports would to is Taonan a Strong peace All j mean concentration on Neutral i Over the finnish Gulf. shipping since Germany herself the warning was voiced by and j has practically no ships at sea j Miral v. Tri Hutz commander of now. The Baltic Fleet in an article in a the aim would he to half Coni the newspaper Komsomol Skaya Petely All sea Commerce with Ger Ravada Organ of the communist i Many. Youth league. Chamberlain made his state Roi to opened i intent in replay to a question by tribute declared the soviet opposition Laberite Leader Cle fascist Fleet now was in command of the tent Attlee on whether the government proposed to take any action As a result of the laying of Gandhi makes new demands tary of the italian party Ettore Midi the most Baltic with the acquisition of be meddled Man in the coun a a jail ,#i Quot to Ija via. Min. V f it ii a a a a a Baltic Fleet previous i mines which Sank the Neft a to y. In Mussolini s new setup by landlocked in the Gulf of Fin lands passenger ship Simon Loli no ver Southeast Itter of Machin air raid Wai Kent in Fin a i know of no Man better qualified for the presidency than John Garner or Harry Byrd Glass told reporters. The 81-Ycar-old virginian declined to discuss his views regarding a third term for president Roosevelt. Although Glass generally has been understood to oppose a third term his friends reported that he did not wish to say anything which might create party friction. Who work kor in till it was said authoritatively however that the senator would work to have the Virginia delegation to the democratic Convell thursday be thanksgiving in 25 states residents of 25 states fattened Tut the Cranberry a thanksgiving Day thurs other week. Lay w state lib will of these keys ant Nice Tod festival of armets lit t jelled y Tor i next if the Lother How Scotland. Southern England ind in area North of Paris. The text of the communique a Blain the presidential nomination. Garner s associate Here predicted today that the vice president would make a comprehensive a in wen4, minor Scott tag j it tement of his views on a Hon activity and weak artillery fire at ome Points on the front. Quot Tim German air Force a1 problems Early next year. They said he probably would emphasize the desirability of ending Federal inned Rei Honnol Meriun Quot activity i he a Quot a Quot uphold a of of the Roosevelt a on both Days the original. Nov. 30 Whit h is in red on most calendars a and next thursday recently a continued on Page two a baptists name committees state convention opens in Winston Salem leaders appointed Winston a . Nov. 21 a a Abs a a i he general Hoard of the North aeolian Baptist stale unbent on Iii a report is Hal to the in Khz convention in be Lon at the Kirst Baptist Church heir this morning recommended a seven in in i program calling for a goo Mthm expenditure to lie allotted to cooperative program projects. He a the leading figure. Kuhn testifies in own behalf admits sending love letter claims bight to manipulate funds new York nov. 21. A and Fritz Kuhn on trial for the theft of Money from his Gernian american bund testified today that under the a leadership principles of that organization he believed he had the Power to use its funds to meet his own expenses or Well or those of the bund. He acknowledged having sent telegrams of a love and kisses to mrs. Florence Camp. As charged by the prosecution explaining that he had a a liking for her at the in prose it Ai Ion testimony he was accused of having spent More than 1700 of the bund s Money in moving mrs. Catnip s furniture about the country. Mrs. Kihn m Al his wife mrs. Elsa Kuhn appeared with him in the courthouse land by Winter ice. Now could j Var and other vessels Over the navigate throughout the year. I week end. I negotiations Between Finland mastiff Losh reporter and Russia Over soviet territorial i today a British mine laying demands were halted last week j trawler the mastiff was added when a finnish delegation Refus-1 to the toll becoming Britain a cd Russia s demands and left i sixth admitted naval loss of the Moscow. War. Russia asked a naval base on 1� reply to Attlee Chamberlain the. North coast of the Gulf of j explained that under Intel National Finland a strip of territory North jaw m Nuu chord mines Are used of Leningrad and concessions in they should become harmless Iii the finnish Arctic. In return hour. The most after there Russia offered Finland a Large who la Ltd them lost control Over Selt Tion of soviet Karelia them. He said that none of these making thinks provisions had been observed but Admiral tribute said soviet Germany in laying the mines ships were making cruises from when a re to in considers the cause their new Baltic bases into the0 apr it ship losses. Open sea for gunnery and target practice. The russian Admiral expressed a the regret of soviet Baltic continued on Page two sex Boxer makes futile attempt to elude cops new York nov. 21 an sex pugilist accused of being yesterday and announced her Joy gunman for a $500,000 jewel Rob ally to him. The bund fuehrer a j Hery ring is in a Hospital today testimony hem use after diving through that he was not limited in the three closed windows and break expenditure of bund funds to eng a door off its hinge trying strictly bund purposes was in escape police he forgot to line with that of a number of his Foj a wok when detective Thomas associates. T Tunney brother of the former Kuhn Stout and Road feed j world s heavyweight boxing Cham thoughtfully chewing a piece Pion threw a left Hook. Germany has denied that her mines were responsible for the sinking of the Simon Bolivar after recounting the loss of Mort than ten ships Hoth British and neural and Many lives during th3 past six Days. Chamberlain said befalls old polity a i May remind the House that in the last War. As a measure of justified reprisals for submarine attacks on merchant ships Tho exports of German origin or ownership were made subject to seizure on the High seas. A Many violations of inter nation a1 Law and the ruthless brutality of germen methods have decided us to follow a similar course now and an order in Council will shirt by be issued giving effect to int Mohani Siv a n Chi in Halls m. Klink bom Iba y. N a a pm to Bandos k. Gandhi cd a madding a of Indi men Deuce the i tee of i Hope Tion in t re copy it ande cd ired lode in a the i Milf purely moral t owing to Hee i mate Ria i and i ii tary Contr of i trial i ii in Tii in to regain Garri sons Aud dra in indians Aith at a ii the w is it by. 0-y� a a r old India nation Alist Lea Lier refreshed by his inv Hie la f period of silence in St at Alia a had with a the con Itti turf continued no Bai to committee it nationalists ence the count the War. Strife Ati it complicating the situs i party influx toward of Candy As he took the stand. He i answered questions of his coun the suspect booked As Herman Horowitz 34. On parole from against enemy states nov. 20. In i ply hints England. Scapa flow Scotland i a in Stratton a my Southern England and in Ranee in area North of Campaign and eneral terms managers for the pails vice prudent Are planning to vere reconnoitre a despite enemy Siake in aggressive drive Foi defense. The planes accomplished in the tax i it Rin Iris pm not Lead and As Many democratic one Roosevelt will he observed in Texas Mississippi and Colorado. Party lines seem to have figured Little in the states attitudes a generous sprinkling of Republican ones following the presidents heir tasks according to ached 0ur More German prisoners scape scottish interment London nov. 21.�? pm four Jerman prisoners of War escaped Oday from an internment Camp ,1 Scotland the escape was Tho second Repin cd within Lour Davs tin a a lither prisoners who fled from the a amp saturday were recaptured yesterday. British authorities ordered an immediate inquiry Spring some of them were said authoritatively to have convinced Garner that he should make known his views before the primaries in order that voters might continued on Page two Landing by the old Day. Football games in Many instances Church services and Turkey dinners will be High spots of Bot ii Days. Stock and commodity continued on Page two Winston Salem. Nov. 21 a a Rev. Eugene i. Olive North Wilkesboro was named chairman of the important committee on churches As the 109th annual convention of the state baptists got under Way at the fit St proclaimed Gay Baptist Church Here this morning resident hundreds of baptists from Section of North Carolina crowded into the Church As r. N. Simms of Raleigh state Baptist president called the meeting to order. Others continued to arrive during the morning. Hymn singing k. K. Rutledge of Charlotte be Peter l. F. Sabbatino. In such sing sing was held on a robbery Low tone that prosecutor her of Man Mccarthy frequently asked to have the responses repeated. Mork Quot Mork chinese repulse japanese troops charge. Pendergast denied parole from prison Washington. Nov. 21. A to a Tom Pendergast one time big Boss of the Kansas City demo the hindi apr it and a sent bet w which he Hank away from detectives cratic machine was denied a i pc lobby yesterday and tertiary at Leavenworth through a window Landing j Federal Board of parole in a com Yaist feet below in announced that it was a constrain a Shower of Glass. I e j 0 Strong conviction that one of three bullets fired Bya parole a would be unjustifiable detective Mclaughlin nicked him j and incompatible with the Public j in the shoulder but he dived i i through two More windows and i the Hoard said that its decision crashed bloody Aud dishevelled was made a after a most thorough us red in i 12 a yester Day in a Ting a t Suk Kurin the i evince of sind North i we item India. Eleven per son s were killed the i re sunday in i the disturb Bailee Igina it Tig for old the Arr psf of m r Isle is acc if of of setting hindu shops Afi ire. The i Mosier ii league. Second in gent j politic Al party in India a s end used the British White i per of Ort. I 7deferring Dia Cussion of India los status until after the War. To he league asked Foi r Clart oration of some Points. Hon Kong. Nov. 21.�?</p through a closed door before i investigation followed by observe chinese government spokesmen j Tunne it a 8 filing fists felled him. Tion. Interrogation and careful reported today that the japanese Aldea of District attorney deliberation in weighing All of the Advance into extreme South China j Thomas k. Dewey said Horow Itz facts and circumstances surround v a a a a a a a jct a n and several hymns. Ii. K. Masteller conducted the Praise and prayer service As the auditorium of tile Church filled with messengers from Baptist con negations that include More than Bay the chinese said led in the singing of the doxology had been checked. The Advance i w8 chief 8�nk-Arm Man for rating the overt act plea and aimed at cutting the chinese Kan of robbers held responsible j tence As Well As taking into con a a lifeline Supply routes from Brit for a 8>rles of Gem thefts Aud j Side ration the age and physical ish Burma Aud French Ludo robberies in Eastern cities total i condition of the applicant and China was stopped a few Miles j 9ng $500,000 to $1,000,000 in the further fact that he has no from its Landing Point on Tong recent years. Prior criminal history of record a Fayetteville revives Early statehood Days a half million members in a he state. Following the Praise and prayer service the ministers and messengers went to work on the enrolment and organization of the Busine a Side of the convention. In addition to Rev. Or. Olive the following committee on Eom the japanese themselves reported no Progress in 24 hours in Hie direction of Nanning chinese army Headquarters in important Kwangsik province. Nanning also is terminus of one Small gauge railway from French indo China Over which supplies have been moving. The japanese said they were consolidating their base positions techs discouraged Cragle not. 21.�? a5 a nazi officials today discouraged relatives seeking to intervene Iii behalf of 1,200 students who it was announced have been Cut to Eon cent rat Ion ramps As a result of recent disorders which led to the execution of 12 Arch such intervention an official announcement said would prove a Survey e is closed meanwhile eight czech universities and academies wore closed on order of German authorities. Dormitories and offices of tile closer i lag ii schools remained Ocie pied by Blac shirted members of the is Clite guard. I mittens were named Fayette Villa nov. 21 premiere in Tho old Lafayette other com Mitt yes a this old City settled by scottish i opera House. Rev. E. Norfleet Gardener of j on,i,?,.nf a clans commemorates today Idi this play a the Highland Calls Henderson Rev. M. L. Banister of i pageantry three epochal acts of will he presented nightly through Oxford. Rev. Zeno Wall of Shelby. The constitutional Assembly h re Friday the Folk play begins with Rev. Carl m. Townsend of a j 150 years ago. The settlement of Tho scots in in one Day. On november 21. The Cape fear Valley two Cen i 1789, the Assembly ratified a he furies ago. And ends with the be Federal Constitution ceded the ginning of the american revolt territory of Tennessee to the gov Tion. Eminent and chartered the i it scottish aliment e verify of North Carolina. I the a Law of Llight Hoey Cooper Star Aud Pete last a Ghl today these will be reenacted governor Clyde Hoer of North Wai made up of descendants of the scottish highlanders familiar with every clan name and historic Carolina in powdered peruse and pot chronicled in the Folk play velvet coat will impersonate his con flues the pulitzer prize j colonial predecessor Samuel Winner 8 by it he of Folk dramas be i Johnston governor Prentice Coop Gua with thu. Log Colony a first or of Tennessee will fill the Rolel Reie Ted on Roanoke Island three i of John Sevier hero of the Terri j year8 a tory a fight for statehood. I i playwrights words. Last night As a part ref the a the Highland Calls attempts to a. Wayland Cooke of Greensboro i City s sesquicentennial celebrations no out the cause of the Anteri Rev. James p. Morgan of Durham a Folk play by Paul Green put can revolution As it dramatizes mrs. John Vernon of Burlington j Ting into song and drama the 4 1 a Saga of the Highlander had its continued on Cage two i to tinned on Page two the chinese said the japanese left Wing a Force of 40,000 men had been held up a few Miles from the Landing Point which was about 35 Miles East of the indo China Border. Rj.,., i a spokesman for Tho chinese it Kinston Rev. John t. Was and it . a a said. However that the japanese no. A or a i i Conter Wing had the King of Kwangil Border Only 30 Miles Beemer City. Rev Charlesl Nannie a a. Howard of buies Creek. Rev. Joel i s. Snyder of Fayetteville Rev. A a. Mccleod of Mars Hill and Rev. Allen Busby of Wake Relief enrolment shows Rev. James m. Hayes of win Normal gain for one week Ston Salem was appointed head of tin committee on enrolment. I Washington nov. 21. A Wheeler urges Farmers to form organization Leigh. Rev. Sankey l. Blanton of Wilmington mrs. C. D. Bain of Dunn Rev. Talmadge c. Ohnson other committee members Are Rev. Kph Whisenhunt of Elkin a the works projects administration reported today that total work Relief enrolment w As 1,98b,-4 53 on nov. S. Rills compared with i sorted. Omaha neb., nov. 21.�? a senator Burton k. Wheeler a Mont urged stronger farm organization today and outlined a two fold legislative program for agricultural Relief after citing continued unemployment and an unsolved farm problem As the greatest a a dangers to american democracy. He told the National Farmers Union Here in a broadcast address passage of a self financing Cost of production or parity Price aet coupled with a farm debt adjustment Hill would disperse much of the banners a troubles. Wheeler has introduced such Bills sponsored by the organization in the Senate. Follow examples a with Industry and labor organized. You Farmers must organize to protect the vital interest of senator Wheeler As a Only through Organiza 1,900,750 on nov. I. Officials Tion can he the Farmer demand called the increase of 29,713 a nor and obtain a fair share of the Llama i Quot for this time of year carnal income. A the present administration has grappled with and acted upon the farm problem hut we have not found the answer. Farm in coni1 is greater but the problem is still with us. This Basic Industry flounders co id he extended however. In act Tatarek Gandhi revered by millions of indians found the British statement unacceptable and demanded j a a declaration to free India fam of the la provincial govern mints the eight dominated by his Congress party have resigned j in protest against the British re fuss. Only in Assam province has the opposition formed a new Cabin d. Tile other seven Are being ruled by British provincial governors under emergency Powers. India was committed officially in mid september to fight on Brit i ainu a Side against Germany and Gandhi and lits associates have j criticized a he nazis. Gandhi us sets. However a weight provinces i out of ii have said in emphatic language that they cannot parti i Capate in the War if it does not mean among other tilings India s i Complete Freedom a i moral Ishee despite his comment that the Issue is a mural one. Gandhi As i sects in wants to a let the British i Public know that the Congress demand is unequivocal und capable of being satisfied if there is a will to shed Jolson in How pita Hollywood. Nov. 21. Map with the explanation a a in a Ai Jolson Veteran wheelers parity Price Bill. Which he suggested could easily he extended to cover other crops besides Tho wheat now embraced provides for issuance of certificates representing the difference Between the estimated level of \ actor sought rest today in a be prices and Cost of production to Darsi Hospital. Friends said he be financed through their Par had been ill unable to cure a Chase by processors. cold since Ruby Keeler sued him his other Bill would scale Down j for divorce last month farm debts through economic j a study of individual farms by Loca Cliffside physician Dies committees during a five year Ruth or of r Don nov. 21�?-period in which the Farmer would a or. M. Al bands 71, physic remain on the land after fore Elan at Cliffside for 30 years tin d closure by the Federal land Hank at his Home there last night. Ile and subsequent Purchase by la had farm mortgage corporation. Jilt it for Many Yeai

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