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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina W e a i h e r fair tonight i tuesday partly Cloudy the High Point Enterprise High Poi ii the Center of diversified manufacturing enterprises \ do 55�?no. 296 member associated press High Point n. Pm Moni by afternoon october 23, 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cent Battle on Western front hits doldrums a a a a a a a a a a a a a High Point May get 1940 methodist conference Etsko a Utju seared Tok Atlantic Craven this dramatic picture was snapped from the s. S. Resident Harding As the. S. Liner stood helplessly by watching the torpedoed French merchant vessel Emile minuet sink in flames. Answering the French vessels radio plea he president Harding arrived too late to Aid the Crew who had been rescued by another hip. The american liner was Enro Ute to new York. Inland hopefully news discussions Paas Kivi Heads delegation returning to Moscow peaceful result imminent Moscow oct. 23.�? apr a finnish delegation head gtd by former Premier Juho Kusti Paas Kivi returned to Moscow today to renew interrupted negotiations with soviet Ossia. The atmosphere a consider a �?----------------�?.�?.�?. Hopeful by finns As the duplex at stepped from their train id Mere received by Vladimi Zarkoff chief of protocol in e Ruffian foreign office a Adful of minor soviet oleic lid the envoy Bere of All the Raud Navian state. Observers pointing out Ruanda declared intention of Reading Neutral in the european or. Expressed belief she would a try to push Finland too far by risk mar with her Northern i git Bor. Ii tvs to yield on the other hand. Finland a said to be prepared to yield me what to the soviet a de Anda Poa ably by allowing for Catlon of Lalanda in the Gulf Finland. The finnish delegates Cau Sisly hopeful for a speedy con Lusion of the talk tinier it increases her demands sex j it cited to visit the Kremlin this Bemoon or tonight. They stood j by three physicians who worked awaiting word that Joseph feverishly in an attempt to save Alin and Pra Miar fore Lin com the lives of that Aix children. were re Kroner Fynn qu0t6d mrp germans build up Home spirit fir phase of a Stern War ended move made to prepare for Long fight my is a my a in or h four infants suffocated valve blown from Hospital Radiator killing Ward with steam Perth Amboy n. J., oct. 2 a four infants in the Nursery of Perth Amboy general Hospital two boys and two girls died of suffocation Early today when Coroner James Flynn jr., said a valve blew out of a Radiator filling the Nursery with i boat in the Baltic the a i fro of irly it. By Berlin oct. 23.-my political army a Tyr set out today to to further the Quot Home w that the first pbas1 in in the West is con cording to the High c and the lightning Cam land was ended out nth ago. There were no indies w Long Germany expo armed conflict with Brit France to last but in i nary meetings of party organisers the possibility was considered that the War May last months even years mine disaster covered when foreign correspondents at their daily press conference inquired Why no mention was made in the communique of a mine disaster to a German patrol annual meet closes with appointments or. E. H. Blankart issues invitation committee will study to Ihil Ity Greensboro oct. 23. Map a swinging into the concluding session of the first annual Western North Carolina conference of the methodist Church business matters were handled with dispatch and adjournment came at noon today after appointments were announced. An invitation was extended by or. E. La. Blackard High Point for the 19 40 conference provided the conference Felt High Point could entertain the vast Assem wage. On motion of or. B. Driven the matter was referred to the conference committee on entertainment. A Resolution was j offered by Rev. C. E. Kirkpatrick. That the conference committee on entertainment set up new plans for rotation of sessions in j View of the fact that the con i Ference personnel has More than doubled since the present rotation program was adopted. This i was adopted. In a it Ell Falls order notwithstanding the fad that i he was engage with Cabinet 1 matters a goodly portion of the night. Bishop Clare Purcell called the conference to order at 9 o it lock and the devotional was j conducted by or. R. L. Owenby a pastor of Myers Park Church. Charlotte. W novelist passes vote on neutrality armies Back sought by Friday in positions or. I port of to p y in h h d to in of 2 1137.000 to i activities for year. The re mended that i amount of a allocate Craven presented a committee on world i a Nee in which the .308 a allowed to Renee work and annual conference r the new Church report also recon por cent of the Iris salaries be a Ted Thain and i children prelim i steam. Two other babies were revived adv to receive them meanwhile a Tass russian i do a m o g i n n e s a nurse in fico so news Agency sea saturday and of an engagement Between German planes and British vessels and planes off Scotland the same Day an authoritative reply was Given that Quot these matters Are still under investigation. Wherefore a statement cannot presently he rumours from Moscow to the for Kaunas said a soviet Mill a Mission had arrived in the lithuanian capital Ender a rent pact Russia was granted re right to station troops in that in try which Borders Germany. It also was announced Here e newly appointed russian am a Sadr to Tokyo had Japan. Japanese circles it ios Eow Aid a \ Ltd it i ii Ter mongolian Manthou Luau Frontier remained quiet f How lug quote recent armistice i Xii ill \ fit proposal at Helsinki it was said a dispatch j charge of the Nursery As saying j effect that Joseph Stalin had drilled to give further military she had Quot found everything All right Quot when she inspected the room at 1 20 a. In. Fri in room fill thirty minutes later she returned to find the Nursery Quot full of steam Quot and removed the infants from the room. Flynn said Aid to Germany were put w Ith the laconic statement. Quot that is another trial balloon to see what kind of a Rise can be got out of to the support of the Home in Winston a i Lent this applying this year Only i to the churches of the former i Western North Carolina conference. The former methodist pro a Testant churches to continue their contributions to the children s Home near High Point. Set salaries another recommendation a. That an amount equalling 9 per cent of the total salaries of pastors be assessed for salaries of Dis a tract superintendents and that Leach District superintendent be required to appoint a District j treasurer to receive the District funds for salary of the superintendent by the 25th of each month and report same i mined lately to the conference treasurer. The report also recon mended the election of e. A. Cole a of conference treasurer. It was adopted. Another report by or. W. A. Stanbury recommended the a a e Crk Zane Grey Dies in California famous author victim of heart attack gained Fame As novelist Altadena Calif. Oct. 23 a to a Zane Grey noted writer and sportsman died suddenly today at his Home of a heart attack. He w As 6 4 years old. Attending physicians said the author was suffering from Coron iary thrombosis and succumbed to a sudden seizure Early this morning. Grey attained Fame and Fortune through writing colourful novels of i the West most of which have been produced As motion pictures. His Hobby was deep sea Ashing and he spent Many months in re recent years following this sport in the South sea. Grey was born Jan., 31, 1875. At Zanesville Ohio which named after ancestors of Mother Alice Josephine Zane Phat tue dentistry he a it it graduated from a i Ville us owl a a nod. In 1s96. I j the i diversity of Petty Eylat and practice dentistry in York from 1898 until 1904. With the publication of i first novel. Quot Betty Zane Quot in 1904, i he deserted other Fields for writing and achieved one of the most rapid and Long standing repute i Lions As a writer of popular fiction i in the nations history. Within 35 years he published More than 50 novels most of them i with heavy sales. Several of his books such As Quot riders of the purple Sage Quot Quot the Rainbow Trail a and Quot the heritage of the desert Quot have become standards of Western fiction. Vas his Barkley other Senate leaders attempt to Engineer fast conclusion to debate Washington oct. 23.�? apr Senate leaders sought to wind up general debate on the administration neutrality Bill today after reporting to president Roosevelt that the measure probably would be passed by Friday. Democratic Leader Barkley a a a called the chamber into session at la a hour earlier than usual. He told reporters that there would be no More major speeches in behalf of the Bill and said his efforts were being directed solely toward obtaining a vote As soon a possible. Starting the fourth week of debate on the neutrality Bill. Senator Wiley raw is announced that he would a Jose repeal of the arms had been uncommitted. Tho a present at the White House conferee i wore Barkley Republican Lea jump Mcnary and vice president Garner. Mcnary told reporters afterwards that it was the consensus of those present that a vote on the measure would be reached by Friday. Mcnary is opposed to the administration Bill but he was reported to have agreed with Barkley and Garner and it would be approved by a two to one major try. During the Day Barkley planned during the Day. Barkley planned to ask the Senate to agree Bate one highly placed opposition Leader predicted that an agreement would he reached. Wiley told the Senate that his stand represented Quot an honest evaluation of Public opinion painstakingly gathered from the Crossroads Partis reaper we the i state College men testing German diet Raleigh oct. 23. A a there was Little demand for the Glass of skimmed milk the plate of bread without butter and the Well watered Coffee but otherwise 24 n. C. State College men quickly disposed of a Quot German diet Quot breakfast this morning. The two dozen members of the pm Kappa Alpha fraternity will restrict their food for four Days to a menu based on stories written by Louis p. Lochner Berlin Bureau chief for the associated press and Winner of the pulitzer prize for his reporting. Breakfast supplier the supplies for the 24 this morning were 7,2 ounces of ground Coffee 1.5 pounds of sugar 13 20 ounces of Jam six quarts of skimmed milk and unlimited bread. The non eaters a Tough time. Of or Wise iks Sbol it Tsiu by non in judgment i n Poi for today a fruit jute my id that i by o is Aid senators stand on Domestic issues ridiculed the Ted states might Bec involved in War and said that country would remain at p regardless of whether the i embargo were repealed. Quot it Al ears that the Embar Likely to be repealed Quot Wiley i Quot it is Well then that Tho Many millions of our people who have been fed the questionable idea that repeal Means a step toward War be made to realize that this is incorrect. A to state my conviction that if the present Law is repealed its repeal will not be a first step toward declaring that the a rag american Quot can Stop picking sides in the european w it. Vav hey added that Quot neutrality begins in the mind of the individual not in the legislation Quot when we think a Neutral continued on Page two r spinach face luncheon sup-48 ounces of 8 4 ounces of Ormal Quantised spinach without mashed potatoes with put and of milk in them it the dieters will get or spinach and Potages by a w a a a uti Over left Over or Berry c Aluth i it appropriation of Hoo for North this years political Campaign Carolina Council of churches a one of a series that sweeps Bishop Purcell being authorized the Reich annually beginning in j appoint eight members to rep tile Hospital authorities. Middlesex i the Winter months was Prima j Reg Eilt the conference on county detectives and local to l ily devoted to Quot strengthening j r0�?z,Icil. Lice began an investigation. I front Hausfrau Wii ii or m. T. Matter submitted the babies none More than a urged to on l1/ so a. J nominations for several Board week old were unnamed one girl was the daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Ruszala of a kit probably would present Perth Amboy the other the child Day counter proposals decidedly an unmarried Mother. I there when the Mission went Lime after a first series of i Sions with soviet Leader either the details of the he an proposals nor the finnish j Raritan Arsenal. Beer has been disclosed. Although a vote almost too or cent favourable to Russia was guarded by observers As a Creme conclusion officials were a Tensive to voting yesterday in russian occupied regions of Pond to decide whether they want join the la. S. S. Al the boys were the sons of or. And mrs. Edward Jankowski of Woodbridge and sergeant and Mas. John Rigg of nearby from foodstuffs Down to the Situ Jan commissions and the names pin of ufos nee.mill., not to prawn a cd were ,,.u, grumble but to hear their hard k it rent treasurer or a hip. With the Fame rl1&Quot Dpt Greena Horo College for women munition a acid Era on the it ,0 t re a a a a a appointments front. Stand first similarly men in the factories and especially armament Indus cont in lied on Page two the list of appointments follows continued on Page two Allied shipping loss under 1917 two More casualties Given in today a announcement casualties and a Hole was Knock Jast minute bulletins disclosed in morning he fourteen Crew port from admiralty London. Oct. 23.�? a British naval authorities said today hat the attacks of German submarines on Allied shipping had again Quot become considerable Quot but contended that losses were Small in comparison with those of 1917, when Germany began her unrestricted submarine Campaign in the world War. Disclosure was made today of Row Der indicted for ass Post violation new York Ort. 28.�?</p>�?. Earl Browder Secretary of the i lha sinking of two British ves communist party in lha United with a total of at b ast i i states was indicted by a fed i persons missing and 30 survive grand jury today on a a Barge of false application Lor % a sport. Effend Whitewater Las. A a burglar stoic a Ofsa from a sortie station. A few Days later Ute proprietor Ronald Claypool received 21 in the mail. A note said it was part of the loot but the Oiler #4 turn d up yet. Members were missing five survivors were landed at an East coast port. The 2,327-ton coastal vessel sea venture owned by the Dover navigation company of London. Was disclosed to have sunk air chapter prolonged after an explosion. Its Crew of Quot we must t assume a a Rud-25 landed on an Island in one by fucked British naval expert As of the steamers boats. They lat a sorted Quot that this is the end of or reached a Northern town in a the air chapter but the begin de in the superstructure. These actions it was said represent the first test Between modern bombers and ships protected by modern aircraft guns and fighting planes. Favourable Mug has been very from our Point of f at a naval press conference Lifeboat sent for them. Stress losses naval authorities stressed their assertion that the germans lost Britain was described As endear about 16 planes in the last bring to Cut Down delays caused weeks series of raids on Scapa j to Neutral ships passing through flow the Firth of Forth Aud j tier a a contraband control ors accounted for from the two. Action a he North Soa searches. Ships. They said no British ship was a Erman raids Kig Nii m Ani damaged by air planes to an sex British naval experts said that ten at to wifi have kept it from their standpoint the most from going to sea. Hitherto the i significant War development w As it Gernian losses had been com i the raids by German warplanes l Uttz 1 it 13 planes. Quot a Quot on British ships and anchorages 4\0 ship the British said has and the losses the nazis incur been hit by bombs except the i red in these raids in comparison Cruiser Southampton oct. 16 at j with the damage they inflicted i Rac in a a it. I the cause of the sinking of the 1.692-ton Steamer Whiteman it was also said with reference to the american neutrality zone around the americas that Quot the British admiralty will do it can to keep War away from coast of it Toi it Gix in an account of the clash be tie in the North sea was not or i tween the British Convoy and by of r i Uei Man by Quot i Quot a a a a it a a a a it a kind of Al in. Ins and the North sea saturday Auld that bomb did not actually explode j on deck although there were continued on Page two thing Washington oct. 23.�?<� a democratic senators who have opposed various administration proposals Are making it Plain that their support of president Roosevelt a neutrality recommendations will involve no surrender of their views on Domestic is us. Several democrats who heretofore have been sharply critical of White House policies now Are giving energetic hacking to repeal of the arms embargo. But some declared today they were supporting the legislation solely on its merits j rather than because of allegiance to the administration two of these senators George i of Georgia and Adam of Colorado asserted that there was no con hellion Between the neutrality question Aud such Domestic issues As spending taxation and the 1940 Campaign. Wireless Developer observes 95th birthday without radio Paris Ort. 23. A of it a edouard Branly French physicist who pioneered in development of wireless telegraphy celebrated his 95th birthday t Day without a radio in his House Quot it bothers me Quot the inventor told friends Quot to think i had something to do with inventing it Quot postcard causes detention of suspected spy in Norway a Andalon is Norway oct. 23.�? a a picture postcards of the Quot Cross Marks my room wish you were Here Quot Type landed a suspected spy in jail Here today when authorities observed the crosses invariably marked military Points. Neither the name or he a i Tlona i it y of the suspect was gov i in but it was disclosed he was a citizen of a belligerent nation. Xxx Ell xxx to Doe . Kilo Otoole a i Canary was threatened by a cat. She tied a note to the cats Tail Quot keep this cat at in to minutes it was Back with this note substituted a we done town the darn 1 Pennsylvania Breaks in new executioner Bellefonte pa., Ort. A Chi. Tvs a i Iii bin Noel elect rival Engineer beginning it Ca reel As Pennsylvania executioner quickly put to death Titre murderer in Roo View prison Oaken electric chair Early today then lighted a cig Aret Ami remarked Quot in a not a hit nervous. For Iii it Ltd minute of work .37 ear old Frank la xxx Ilen of Pittsburgh collected 1450�?1250 for the first victim Paul ferry of Erie pa., and ski additional for each of the other xxx Billie Bailey Aud Ira Boh Redmon Philadelphia negroes. Pounds of sugar to Awee water to drink. Me i Hie meat Quot wheres our breakfast Quot asked one of the dieters As he scan Ned the dining room at 7 45 this morning. Quot that Quot replied Charlie smart fraternity Steward Quot is he pointed to tables at which there were no individual plates Kilt a Glass two thirds full of the skimmed milk denoted individual places. On each table was a plate of bread a Small Small bowl of Jan and a smaller dish of sugar. Close checks Are being made on the physical condition and weight of the collegians during the diet period. Cronin political head fatally beaten Zagreb. Yugoslavia. Oct. 23 up a on political Leader was killed today As political violence flared age in in the newly formed autonomous front state. Peter a a radar. Commander of the armed peasants protective. Society at Patrao was beaten to death by an unidentified gang. I a a radar was a Follower of Vlad Rinir Cacek head of the croatian peasant party. The killing followed the crop Dan authorities recent suppression of the Sokol youth organization As too serbian in character. At one place the Sokol Headquarters was burned. Croatian j autonomy is the result of a comprise Atter Long serb croat con flirt within the yugoslav state. Held at Start of hostilities French have relinquished \ i r 111 a 11 y All territory gained in Germany Daladier summons parliament Paris oct. 28. Map a Premier Daladier announced tonight he had derided to Call parliament into extraordinary session the second week of november to approve financial credits for the War. By John in Martin Paris oct. 23.�? api Early Winter floods aided Frances a super guerrilla War against Germany As the opposing armies settled Down today in the approximate positions they occupied at the outbreak of hostilities. The French having relinquished virtually All positions on German soil seized in the first seven weeks of the War indicated their i tactics were aimed at sapping Germany a civilian morale. A Hui i avoiding Quot needless Quot sacrifice of their troops. Quot i Kurilla Quot skirmishes the Only Type of action now be j aug waged on the front they said consists of a kind of Quot guerrilla i warfare involving skirmishes of j patrols constantly seeking to Chart enemy positions. Apparently pointing to a Eon i tinned Lack of Large scale military i activity was a War ministry Ait i nou Cement that beginning no. Vein Ber i men with franc of forces would be granted of Cia h t of Bervie an ext a Michigan mothers to make peace March on capital by Felix b. Wood Detroit oct. 23. A Fly a a Quot March on Washington Quot a this one with none but women in the ranks was being prepared Here today in the interests of America s peace. Boys and a girls one lad close to military age was firm about it. Last june she said representatives of the group made Little Progress in Washington. Returned to organize Quot we told them at that time Quot she said Quot that wed go Back and originating from reaction to a organize some women and they Mother s plea for peace which laughed at us and said women appeared in a Detroit news could t stick together. Well Eros column the mothers of the Here we United states of America Tehi mrs. Farber a former resident Gan division will make its first of grand Forks n. I who major drive this week. Chin Gressmen s visitors worked in Washington during the last War observed that worn a Busload of women perhaps j in have stayed Home and tried two busloads of mrs. Rosa m. To mind their own business but Farber vice president and Field they be done that too representative can arrange it 1 Quot Why Quot she said Quot one senator will leave Here wednesday morn j told us last june that we ought lug scheduled to reach washing to mind our own business. Ton thursday for knocks on con a Humph a we told him we were Gressmen s doors. Stockholders in his business be the objective is a hearing he i cause we re citizens and wed fore the Senate foreign lit la i help him mind dons committee As Well As oth j anticipating a fight she re or congressional groups to de j marked fend the arms embargo and and j Quot we be studied this and we Vopate if need be. Know it backwards and forwards to keep America Safe from War. J and upside Down Aud we re All i. Farber Mother of two i ready to is a men who received decorations or in special Caes a deaths or births in their families. A men mobilized behind the lines i will receive eight Days vacation j during the world War leaves j were granted Only after a year of i Active service j pressure relaxed withdrawal of French t Roo a across their Border along most of the Northern end of the front relaxed pressure on Saa Bruecken Rich German Industrial Center j threatened from three sides since i Early Days of the War. The French said however the City still wag dominated by their artillery near forbid and to it of troops on two Small Heights in the Arndt Forest. The a Heights Southwest of Saa Bruecken. Are the Onty positions on German soil continued on Page two Scotland gets another scare air warnings sounded Early today bul German planes drop no bombs London. Ort. 23�? up a an air raid warning was sounded Over j Tho Firth of Forth area of Scotland today but was cancelled a i Rule later. J the Quot All Clear Quot was sounded 15 j minutes after the alarm had been i lifted about noon 7 a. Rn., est j in other regions of Southeast Scotland. The persistence of the German flights Over the North sea toward vital British seaports and naval bases alarms have been sounded every Day except thursday during the last seven Days was regarded by flying students As a form of feeling out the British defences i twin purposes in other words despite British claims of Downing 13 German Craft or inflicting losses of about 25 per cent on the invading squad a oils these were believed by Many j to be double edged forays having i the purpose of spreading anxiety and mapping objectives More pre a closely for a wave of larger raids i to come. An air ministry communique said the warnings sounded in the i Firth of Forth area today were due to the approach of unidentified aircraft it said the All Clear signal was sounded about half an hour later when it was known that no enemy aircraft were in Tho area. Nothing lint the Hare announce meats concerning the alarms was i known immediately of the latest menace of nazi bombers which have raided the Brit ii coasts almost Dally for the past weak

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