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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 7, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Home run barrage gives yanks Lead in 7th weather parti Cloud tonight and Sunda no decided change in temperature the la kill Point Enterprise \ . 55. No. 280 member associated press High Phim. N. Sah Koay afternoon october 7, 1930 Complete Nea Sec vice High Poi ii the Center diversified manufacturing enterprises Price five sure Peac a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a . Will expand army to peace time limit first photo French troops German soil that to Ruchos still play an important part in War technique 1989 is emphasized by this radio photo French troops a somewhere the Western front moving through a communication Trench. Allied censors emphasized that the War memorial and Steeple in background identify this scene As being in former German territory now occupied by French troops. Power attack sends sheriff s Horae Thompson to showers is dynamited Gomez forced to leave game at end first suffering from aching Side Keller two drives ties old Mark Crosley Field Cincinnati o., oct. 7.�? apr Home inns in Tho first and fifth innings by Young Charley Keller by Joe Dimaggio in the third and a fourth terrific smash by Bill Dickey in the fifth gave the new York Yankee s a commanding 7-3 Lead Over the Cincinnati reds in the third game the world series Here today. A Man wan Baa each Tim Keller connected and when Dimaggio found la Range. Dickey drive drove Young ill for Thompson from the Box an Lee Grissom became the Aret red Relief Pitcher the eerie the red stored one run in the Ihm and two in the her Ond after Jefty dome left tit game at the end the first the following is the play by a Mitchell officer. Father narrowly escape death lit mysterious Flat Des Oil via k Kiu terrify a minute inned sheriff. County Tody no Ville. Ort 7-explosions we each other arty today the a Woody and his father in int a it Pic thin a a i t in Homes Mitch n. R . The she Liers h i finely es1 no i play description the game Hust in avg Vanhees there was a wild cheer As the reds took the Field. Preset to walked five pitches Thompson Mads a futile throw trying to pick c roast to Oft Ait Mccormick raced in to feet picked up Rolfe Bounder and heat the Yankee third Sac Ker Back to the hag for a cutout unassisted Crosetti going to second Keller lined the first pitch Well up into the right Field stands for a Home run scoring Crosetti in front him and the Yankees were off there was sudden activity in the reds bullpen along the left Field line As lefty i lid so in started to pitch to a Catcher Dimaggio was called out strikes watching a curve break across the outside Corner Anil the stands roared in partisan Delight. Dickey worked the count to one and three and then walked. Thompson threw a wild pitch which rolled All the Way Hack to the screen and Dickey ran All the Way to third it. Werber i wed up Selkirk a Dinky roller Down the third Bast line and threw to Mccormick who made a spectacular Stab at Werbert a poor throw and tagged Selkirk the Chest with his outstretched Glove to retire him. Two runs one hit no errors one left fiust inning la eds Gordon raced far Over Hack up second base to take Werber a bouncer and threw him out in a fast play by inches. Starting Une ttys new York Al Cincinnati . Frey lifted in easy Fly to it Maggio in Center. Goodman received a in # hand As he came to Bat Goodman sen a High bouncer to the infield which took so Long coming Down that he heal Gomez s throw to Dahlgren by a step for a hit. Mccormick sliced a single to right Field advancing Goodman to third and the stands were in an uproar. I Lombardi slashed a ground Bingle through second and into Center Field storing Goodman anti sending Mccormick to second. Lie entire stadium Rolt ked from the noise. Craft fanned swinging at a fast Hall inside. On run three Liiva no errors two left continue in Cage tile one Waff and the other mein family who Tracu wed death could give reason for the act. A i a awakened at 2 15 the morning by a terrific the sheriff said a i rushed out the House and saw my father s j House across the Road badly i damaged. A after finding no one was in a hired i rushed stack to my House i in the feeling that it might he i dynamited too. Within half a minute after my wife son. And the other occupants my Home i had rushed out another explosion a split the air and half my House fell in ruins. All probably would have been killed because we were sleeping the Side the Bolding that was clans wrong the sheriff said a preliminary i investigation indicated the houses were dynamited and the fuses were set to go off simultaneous a in. He said he and his family i undoubtedly owed their lives to the fact that the dynamite did not explode at the same time. Continued Cage Cive Georgia thrill murderer escapes with wife s Aid divisions will be stationed Over nation 280.000 men w ill re in arms. Seven a streamlined corp Iii operation Washington. Oct. 7. Map a the War department announced intention today to expand the army to its full peace time limit 280,000 men and at the same time ordered mass training this Winter seven new a a streamlined divisions. Five divisions and additional unit comprising More than 65.000 troops will concentrated first Alf scattered Southern Points and then at fort Benning ga., for Large scale training As an army two Calvary divisions will be Eon in t rat cd at fort Biles Elpaso Tex. A Cich Ted Iii eur a formal announcement ap-1 proved by president Roosevelt j disclosed the plan tails for converting the peace time army into a Tully prepared fighting Force. With addition 53.0q0 More regular troops a when and att horned Quot by Congress a second i combat corps four additional a a streamlined divisions w ill be i created. The army s present first Divi a Ion now stationed at to different i posts in the Northeast will Start j moving about october 25 to fort Henning. Other divisions will move a in rapid succession Quot first to other posts in the South then concentrating with the first and with special corps units at fort Henning. A hat Cor Iha during the training this combat corps five divisions National guard and Reserve officers up per ranks will be taken to fort Henning for training. The initial concentration Point for the second division will he fort Sam Houston san Antonio Tex. The third division will concentrate at fort Lewis wash., for several weeks before proceeding to fort Benning the fifth division will mass at Camp Mcclellan. Ala., and the sixth at Camp Jackson s. C. Newly Olga aired special corps troops will mass at fort Bragg i fort Knox ky., and Camp f is not Brj fan regards proposal Likely to take. I c. Re. Re Lead in peace with suspicion but German chief confident Success Hyde Park. N. A. Oct. 7.�? 7p a president Roosevelt remained silent today concerning reports from Berlin that Adolf Hitler would accept him As a Neutral mediator in the european i i conflict. Or. Roosevelt is spending the j week end at his Hyde Park estate. W Ash a i ton ,oc7. 7.�?<p a j hints from Berlin that Adolf Hitler would like president Roose velt to mediate the War in Europe brought a prediction in usually Well informed quarters today that the president would not offer such mediation unless Brit Ain and France wanted him to do Roosevelt at Ion in Prat e App German Chancellor president Ignace to imposed medi als to the and former Hick pol ind prior to the flies it was r did not reply outbreak the hailed but hit a ii til his troops not did were in noon. It Croft tit is Rolfe the Keller Dimaggio Dickey r. Selkirk Gordon so Dahlgren la Conics p umpires plate. In Toor 3b Troy 2h Goodman Mccormick la Lombardi Craft Berger if Myers is Thompson p Nill Summers a. first base. Babe Pinelli. N.i., second base Nill Mcgowan v i third base Lohn Beans Reardon Fol. Atlanta ga., oct. 7.�? a a officers searched Southeast Georgia today for Richard Gallogly wealthy Atlanta me termer who j guards reported Drew a pistol and i j escaped last night in an automobile with his pretty blonde bride1 four months by his Side two guards were taking the 29 j it ear old prisoner from an Atlanta Hospital to the Tattnall county1 prison at Reidsville 20b Miles Distant. Accompanying Thorn were his wife 23, and his Mother socially-1 prominent mrs Worth e. Yankey. I Leet Mother remind guard Joe Freeman said 11 a t near Graymont-summil�?40 Miles from the prison Gallogly asking i a routine Stop he made forced him and the other guard from the cat with their hands up and left them by the Roadside with his Mother. Gallogly and his wife drove swiftly away toward Swainsboro and Macon. Freon n by i the guard said ii in it his Mother to accompany him but the refused. Site Lam. J a tins is the most foolish thing you have Ever done Atter trudging Throe Miles along tile dark Road mrs. Yankey and the two guards caught a ride into Gray mom Summit governor e. Drivers offered a $.00 Reward for the fugitive s cat Titre. He said it was the largest the Law permitted him to Post. On Loo ii olt Public safety director Lon Sullivan concentrated state patrolmen in the escape area to search for Gallogly and chief inspector it. K. Manti the state renal Board said he had asked All Law enforcement agencies in Georgia and adjoining states to be the Lookout. Gallogly and a fellow Oglethorpe University student George harsh scion wealth from Milwaukee. Were sent to prison for life for the slaying in 1928 we lard ii. Smith an Atlanta drug clerk. The Stato charged the kill j n. C. Ord Calif. Continued Page live two French planes downed by germans re Lin oct. 7.�?f/p a a German army communique today reported two French planes Down and the Crew one captured i in attempts to Cross the Rhine 1 River. The communique did Hose How Many planes the flight yesterday aft said German Pursuit planes Aud anti aircraft guns forced Back the French Flitters without German i casualties. The French planes he communique said attempted to flyover the Rhine at Bonn but one was shot Down at Godesberg another forced Down at Euskirchen and the others chased Back. It said the four Man Crew one plane including a first lieutenant the French general staff was captured. Otherwise War the Western front was marked Only by repulsed scouting and troop actions by the French and a sporadic barrage tire a the communique said. Four arrested in Rumania for Piot to murder Carol Bucharest oct. 7.�?<�> a four persons two them women were held today by Polit accusations plotting to assassinate King Carol and a group High government officials. Police said the suspects members the a inclined Iron guard were traced through state ments Maria employee in the Bureau who was Day and accused manifesto critic id a jewish a a Lurer Liny Tifre woman clinical the u passing a e King Mason had move a Theu he Chancellor created d tolerable i Ilion had Tion the a s be w ii in it did against reply. Said that tur Bances the poles the German Poland had and an Lunation and that Midi in out the Quea in was represented Vining now to lend by move by Hitler have the effect it onus for continue War Britain and to suggest Rouse the conflict. Profit Ngun f to t would throwing the Anc the France. If Germany were More formally that velt offer to mediate it was predicted in reliable quarters he would not make the offer unless he had assurances in Advance from the allies that they would accept. The overture from Berlin has been thus far no More formal nor definite than a statement by in Tornae sources to newsmen that the head any Neutral state preferably president Roosevelt it out inned Page five Germany awaits response from Allied Powers by Loi is Lochner Bjorlin oct. 7.�? apr colleagues Adolf Hitler represented the fuehrer today As a serenely confident his peace Appeal will be his speech before the Reich Stag yesterday w a s characterized authoritatively As a a political offer demanding a Clear Cut political but sources rinse to him said he would refuse to give further elucidation the speech As a preliminary to negotiations for an armistice. Details it a said might be worked out later hut for the present the Only question is shall War cease go Broad Geister a because Hitler offer was regarded As a Broad political gesture not As a a narrow diplomatic document German officialdom saw no reason Why president Roosevelt any other Neutral need assure himself acceptance an offer mediation before making it is not necessary that the next step be made in full Public View one foreign office commentator said. A the answer can be shouted even Broad ast but they an equally Well be whispered. Hut they must be answers not a set the German foreign office it was said was in no hurry and Doc not expect immediate action. It was said to recognise that continued i Page five Iroquois nears american Shore \ Al unmolested Senate declares truce in neutrality Battle Force taint additional \ Oles in Hailey and Chandler by d. Harold old Washington oct. 7.�? pm the Somite declared a a truce for i rest in its Battle Over the neutrality revision Bill today. Administration forces claimed additional votes for repeal the arms embargo and both sides prepared for a first test strength to ends. Although some senators were scheduled to carry the contest Over the radio during the weekend. Most them were weary listening to thousands words How Best to keep the United states out War and planned to obtain two Day rest. Go i it Kandler administration supporters said that with Tho anticipated arrival Here tuesday governor a. By handler Kentucky to take the scat the late senator Logan Laid they would have ti5 votes for the Hill to lift the arms embargo and establish a �?o90-Day credit Aud carry a system handling All exports to belligerents. They gave the opposition in 27 votes their poll list Aud put question Marks beside two those. They listed Only senators Reynolds i n. Gillette i Iowa Gerry p., r. And Davis in Paas doubtful. The opposition disputed these claims saying they had definite pledges against the Bill from 32 to 3 4 senators. They predicted they would Muster much greater strength for a substitute measure retaining the embargo arms shipments and providing a strict a Cash Aud carry policy As to other goods sold the warring nations. Today s session killed a a plans for a saturday session were abandoned late yesterday. Senator Johnson it Cali floor Leader those opposing re peal the embargo moved he week end adjournment and it was approved by a voice vote. Many Fri called in after threats sabotage uss Arizona los Angeles . 7.�?pi a the lavs Angeles examiner says i a persistent rumours Quot Are being Cir plated at Angeles hat Bor sabotage aboard the battleship Arizona. It nays the reports Deal with damage to the ship machinery and water tanks and that the. Federal Bureau investigation Lias been asked to Aid in an in j Quiry. Naval Rou Recs and the Fri declined to comment j aft. K. A. Chelton Washington. It. 7. I i a Navy spokesman cryptic a nation that a no new is Good news Quot gave reason to believe today that the steamship Iroquois was proceeding unmolested its voyage across the Atlantis v Ith americana fleeing the european War. A Gorman official advised the United states thursday that the whip would he sunk before reaching this country. The in Iten Tion the message a made Public by the White House was i hat it would be destroyed by Britain France and the blame placed upon Germany. Captain Edward a. Shelton the ships master wire Essed the maritime commission several limes yesterday that the vessel was proceeding uneventfully. It is scheduled to reach new York next wednesday the Navy has sent warships to protect the Iroquois hut has not divulged whether they have reached the ship. Hire Here Helena Bosworth left his dog in his Auto to guard it while he went to a movie. When he came out thieves had pried open the car s ventilator. The dog was gone. British Cabinet gives address through exam by Dwight l. Pitkin London oct. 7.�? apr britons looked with suspicion Adolf hitlers a out i stretched hand today a it i he government Analysed that i fuehrer so last chances pro i Powals to end the War. It was expected that the i War Cabinet would Complete its promised a careful examination hitlers Reich Stag speech in Lime to permit prime minister Chamberlain to deliver his reply before the House commons monday. The government was silent meanwhile a new dispatch j front Berlin suggesting that hit i Ier would agree to an armistice i were it proposed by Prest Dent i Roosevelt the fiend any other important Neutral Power to comment the London morning papers i rutted the dispatch in their late i editions without commend the British press displayed prominently however stories reporting that Hitler s Reich Stag address was regarded in the i tilted states As offering Little Hope for cessation hostilities inned Page five a a -�?i�?.�?�?. Ii Duce ready to Render Aid Willi no file Xiii in w ill draw i care Effort i f Italy Leader to. M \ pm m k it a author As re prop pro i ? sign France still unmoved by Appeal fuehrer coup Nucio Cage live. J domination the government continued la a a Eivet by John h. Martin Faris Ort. 7, a Fiance settled herself Day for a Long War Hor announced determination to a carry to Victory Quot apparently unshaken by Adolf Hillerts a la get Quot offer to Call off hostilities. There wore indications a growing conviction that the War was about to enter a new phase marked by Large scale operations and i he new threat a German air offensive. In Kei aked for Al kurish military leaders indicated France was prepared for any surprises the nazis might Spring. Latest information from the Trout said German troops were continuing to Harry French outposts in the Saar and palatinate sectors apparently in an Effort to test the French strength. German reinforcements were reported moving up steadily behind the Siegfried line. These reinforcements included Large numbers and air planes. It a said. A communique issued this morn ing by the French general stat reported recon loitering patrols were Active in the Region South West Saa Bruecken during Tho night. Ii i in l f draw s attention military sources said German activity had been a More noticeable in the last 2 4 hours. Small Force nazi troops were reported operating in the Wilvern Bourg and Saa Bruecken sectors a Young German Pilot who lost ills Way and landed behind French lines was taken prisoner and his plan seized. French and British military commanders met yesterday in a Long conference and it was believed they discussed probable Gorman strategy in the Light Hitler s Reich Stag speech. Hitlers address was the object Sharp attacks in the French press which declared the speech had not altered the situation. Some commentators said Hitler had found it necessary to try to justify his political and military position in the eyes the German motile. By Rhim re Rome. Ort. 7.�?oti native italian sources Premier Mussolini Toda to help Adolf Hitler s for ending the War great Britain and flan their willingness. The British reaction to to fuehrer a speech yesterday we considered in responsible Quarte As a not too hut Optima was tempered the fact that wider opening for negotiate still had not come from loud Paris. Editorials in the control fascist press indicated the go eminent however was not Ste Ping Forward to push along to proposals newspapers merely a located acceptance Hitler overtures As offering a a co Struc Tive basis for negotiations great Britain and France ii do ated their willingness to participate in a peace Parley i formed sources said the Ballat gladly would lend their Good files for an Exchange idea it. For communications Between to warring nations. Leet to Illies italian observers said a i it i had left it to Fri train and fran to a decide for War they regarded the speech i providing the possibility How eve slight the european a might yet be halted. Terming the Hitler offer a constructive discourse who made a a a favourable Quot impression Italy a spokesman said the Bra ish and French reaction was b ing a awaited in Italy with Gre interest by reason the pos vilify a peace Premier Mussolini a Milan new paper. Ii Popolin do italia say Europe is living anxious Ai tormented Between one War at another a useless Sone just fished and a still More useless enormously vaster Aud More Terible one which May break out Musolini a paper told Wor leaders their Peoples were a ii toning and reasoning a recall a a Hitler sword is the Frank to a victorious Leader who tit rely upon the Strong Mill to preparation his people Ai Mill invite other nation to peaceful general

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