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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Britain echoes Ribbentrop so fight to end Ive a i la c i loud Ami unset i led tonight Friday fair. Kit it i Point the outer of diversified manufacturing enterprises vol. 55�?no. 299 member associated press High Point y cd a thursday afternoon october 26, 1939 Complete Kea service Price five cent Russia releases City of Flint to nazis a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a demands return of ship to Crew Viet nazis of against tip ire says Tamberlain i a slim d r. To r i la it in i l o daii7.ip so Sumii a statesman i by Edwin Stout Condon oct. 26. It a of Germany was accused by me minister Chamberlain a of inviting soviet Roseto join a crusade against i British Empire in the which he indicated Brit was ready to pursue to end. Lie prime minister giving his the weekly War report to the a of communal replied direct o the Danzig Dot a Carat Ion of Nan foreign minister Joachim Ribbentrop that Germany id make a finish tight of Fere can he but one reply a Lerlaine. And we Are Rita a 1 Rte jul in a a a ghz Ray mfr 4 a a / i is Foj. Is a in j Quot or Rei Afi Char a ird is aet lit to to give it. Usatin that Germany bring Russia into the in ism y a a Figi re in new phase of sea War Apt Gainard upper left who Haft rescued 220 Athenia got his second Blush of the european War Ashi freighter City of Flint upper right was seized user protests new provision will French report contraband protect u. S. Flag big push near Call British list \ dilation f of principles t it of International a tin Jet. 2b a i a freighter City of flite at Murmansk today precise verification Quot of Tate news Agency an against Britain brought her from soviet ambassador Mai sky who was listening the diplomatic gallery. Kip London i Sun Eilain gave official con-1 ii ton thai the German pocket j ship deutschland Sank the i a freighter St negate in ing tint the Swift warship a peril Ling on the High seas i Laid e the British blockade j xxx i Edie St ones ate Crew was res by the i tilted states freight a Sty of Flint last week in the j tile and landed at trots of. A after the american vessel a of was captured by a get j Raider i Moscow Emberlain Eaid Quot it seems now a american f be become the Rule for Mer remained e ships to he sunk without j fending lug a hut declared enemy j her car arises were being destroyed it noun cd i sufficiently High rate Quot to tile German Pilate Crew of is Britain Confidence their men a which seized the ship and t of vent a would be halted. Her to the soviet russian port referred specifically to try in the Arctic Ocean monday Haig speech tuesday of tier been released from internment foreign minister von ribbon but not to Hoard the try id i Flint again. Mean w Bilo the russian gov eminent protested against the British contraband list calling it a violation of the principles of International Law and res eying the right to claim compensation for russian. Russe resulting from its enforcement. Not is u.1 it Ted the note. Handed to British ambassador sir William seeds declared that merchant ships of the i. S. S. In. Being state property Quot for this reason alone should not he subjected to an measures of compulsion applied to privately of tied merchant United states ambassador Iglus Rente a Steinhardt. Who said he was assured the american Crew of 4 2 was Safe aboard the City of Flint expected the russian government to give details of the seizure and internment today. He and the foreign of by g pm l. The ship was taken to Murmansk a russian port and today ivors it is reported it w ill be returned to Germany As a prize. The �6-ton nazi Cruiser Emden below is reported to have made the Cap mans lure charging the vessel carried contraband. Senate passes measure to prevent foreign ships from using stars stripes Washington oct. 26.�? apis the Senate inserted in the neutrality Bill today a provision designed to prevent ships of foreign nations from sailing under the american Flag after it was told that British vessels used that device during the world War to escape German submarine attacks. This argument was Udvanc by s. A for to Bey it huh \ w Ltd Hoed the j he had taken t Miil the Ben Tropha announced an lion of seeing the struggle High with All their Ter i Energy and strength a Herlan said. Continued on tag two Sie i he Bantam Mac in me pre Cut t a re i Wien do a i erd ans h i 10 Flug 11 ill la i d h arg u by for am old Svolto a 11 lie a Black Bantam who rated the majesty of the to build a nest in magi a Henry h. Browne office a Hen la Nim Bourn my baby him today with full a ant pm in magistrate. Row la after five ?-1 tempts to give Beanie the i a Rush rewarded Lier or malice by helping build and granted full jul Hydic Iii a Corner of by office. Lie Laid ail egg a Day for i i Aud then batched nine after rec Hick Quot Quot Iii Jug. Mad Tho Doti yet i it in up a Livi a i Quot lie came it i along toward a filial he neutrality at Tomor con. On Page two be nights of party ing id Tommy lost his girl w Rochelle n. Y., oct. Top a the romantic notion prompted Tommy Man to spend $3,000 to bring p Troy from a Hollywood to York in a chartered plane was loaded with orchids Champagne today became labor lost. I Asb Stoa heir said after a tour of night clubs with it be telling show girl that lad parted company e atm up Here to the by last night and she found Louis too Small for her Quot y moaned. I i i i i now i d sides that she did t like resent e of Yvonne Arden g radio Singer. A it told me you re too it Busy with your Busine t married so i called a or Liny said All this happened he was in the midst of g his personal belonging his chateau Here into a i garage apartment on the grounds of his luxurious estate Quot she did t like the garage i apartment either a he explain d a Chi addition a he said Quot Slit Cook. Lie did t even know when to turn off the Gas while boiling i la St in Case Tommy said he was not looking for a Cook. Hut lie just did t like the idea of a Gal who could t wrestle with the j pots and Taus. Miss Arden he asserted came along just for th1 fun of it. The twice married miss Troy a native of Washington d. A said she would Issue a state i my tit later her trip alone in a 2 8-passenger plane last Friday and sat Are Day was the result of Tommy a j telephoned proposal of marriage she said. Tommy first denied wedding i plans then admitted them and j was showered wit the Eong Ratu jut ions of cafe society As they j flitted from one night club to another. Barkley objected to stringent i penalty provisions included in the Towy amendment and his Subj Atman relaxed the penalties. It i was accepted on a voice vote. Under it any foreign vessel i which flew the american Flag would be prohibited from entering american territorial watering ports for a period of three months Fen Ali x Drax n i i atty vessel which violated this i regulation could be seized and tis master fined up to $20,000 and imprisoned fur not More than two Yea is. Tho restriction on the use of j the Flag provoke Sharp debate after Tobey told the Senate that the British used the american Flag on their merchant ships during Tho world War to Quot mislead Gorman and escape capture similar a abuse of the Flag in continued on rage two Pope to give first encyclical Friday Vatican City oct. 26. A i i a prelates today said that Pope Pius Xii had decided to i sue the first encyclical of i is reign Tot or Row. Previous reports in Vatican Cir Des had indicated the encyclical would he postponed until next i week Tho pontiff s views on Var a troubled european conditions were expected to be set Forth in tile letter which by Long tradition will take its name from the latin words with which it begins. Prelates said the encyclical would be dated october 29, the Day of Christ the Ivins. S l pious i i ass at s a Don t faze by Iti Sli to Nuon 1, get. 26 -t.hpt. I it Tab Fri us ins ships went ahead to Day v of duty the i a War. 1 f ton t tie most Active phase cored with the loss of five j Mer h a int s hips this week �?-bring-1 ing the w in s total to 4 5, amount j ing to 1 399 .319 to us by the gov 1 Era no int s in Fig ure the Brit lab in Ivy St fanned the seas for a j g Limpi a of one of Germany s i pock Al t battleships. I i t re a cent report of the War at j sea indicate gtd that at least Otie of i a c out in lied on Page two plane return from scouting Hight Quot say nazi massing for drive Paris oct. 26.�?�?o a French land and air patrols were reported today to have returned from recon Paisa Nee assignment with information in Lic rating the germans were fully prepared for big push on the Western front. French a Steinhardt bears note from Hull action based on similar position taken during world War Washington oct. 26.�? i apr Secretary Hull an i bounced today the american government has demanded of soviet Russia the return of. The City of Flint and her cargo to her american Crew. That demand. Hull said. A presented by ambassador j Laurence a. Steinhardt and no reply has yet been received. Banis for action the american demand he said. I aaa based on the United state Conception of International Law on the subject. In Berlin author Tive persons declared that soviet Russia had agreed to permit the vessel to leave the russian port of Murmansk in charge of her German prize Crew a soon As they considered the vessel seaworthy Hull said this country a views of the International Law on the matter embraced a United state supreme court decision in the Case of the British Steamer Appam which a sent by the German St Raider Moewe in 1916 into Hamp y ton Honda. Virginia with a German prise Crew aboard. Not in the supreme courts decision called for the Retea a of the ves Al on the grounds that Germany had no right to it Send a prise ship into an american port. Or. Hull said the american position also embraced article 21 of the Hague convention of 190. Which said that a prize ship could put into a lieu trial Harbor Only in Case of exceptional circumstance Sinh a vessel to leave Murmansk after undergoing repair German will be allowed to return captured Steamer and cargo to Home port embassy to be Given report Berlin get. 26.�? apr authoritative germans re Claro today that soviet Russia had agreed to allow the United states Steamer City of Flint to leave the port of Murmansk in charge of her German prize Crew As soon As they considered the vessel seaworthy. A spokesman indicated the vessel would be brought to Germany As a prize. A a the German prize Crew will i get aboard again a he said Quot and 4 you May rest assured the ship w ill not be headed for the United finns balk on soviet demand new difference reported have Ltd lined return it it a a today mod if Helsinki oct. 26. Thorit a live source that tin cd on rage two i he d their scouts told of huge troop concentration and Supply arrangements usually regarded a forerunner of a major offensive. They estimated the German now have 1.500,000 men i on the front and in support areas. I Nob clashes actual fighting meanwhile was limited to minor patrol clashes be i tween the lines on the Northern flank the Only sign of action along the front since the German counter drive into the Saarland 10 Days ago. French military sources said their patrols were seeking to take prisoners for questioning on the possibility of an enemy attack. German patrols they said. Were met with firm resistance in attempt to filter through French outposts and barbed wire. For Ute first time since the Start of the War. Snow fell in the j Vosges mountains As rain and cold swept the entire front Hind death claims j. T. Brittain Dean of Asheboro bar. Native of Guilford Dies after Long line is de states. Huh damaged the United states embassy said the German foreign office at noon 16 a in est had Quot informally communicated to the embassy that the City of Flint entered Murmansk because she had suffered Quot Havarti a sea damage of l i it Louii Tii delegation a a a Quot a a a a a source Clote to the foreign office indicated that the communication a Oral. Authorized German source said the chs of the american ship had he a a to clarified Between germane and soviet Rukaia he said russian officials had recognized that the City of Flint sought Refuge in Murmansk because she was a seaworthy and therefore would he permitted to leave again when she had been put in condition xxx ill he explained German sources said the United state embassy Here would be Given a full explanation of Tho ship s situation today. A Hamburg prize court informed sources said. I expected to judge the contraband question in accordance with International and wit d i1 d t ii Raja Man i negotiation it Vontine filth Dele a a a Al for the the return a i pm declared octet Russia s new hands on Finland d Points on which Ted to yield. Juho Kusti a Atil Tii for an hour inside Kyosti Kal mister Elja Krk-111 it minister Aimo reign office pokes re was a no doubt with Russia could d and that the Fin Tion headed by or. On id go to Max Ith demands and the it ii the lid it hour us i rip paen Lei i on tin of Chi a it not Uluig them. F wee cd had Louie Rig an age re 1 still Undine one official i Brevity of laughed am Quot like a of new time to k tin i u Mil continued on Page two officers Widen search for escaped murderess Phoenix. Ari., oct. 26.-�jp a baffled by a strange Hospital escape authority s widened a search today for Winnie Ruth Judd insane murderers who gained Freedom just eight years after her arrest for killing two girl friends w Hose bodies she Cut up and stuffed into trunks describing herself a Quot persecuted and Quot desperate to see my father a Iii a letter she addressed to it i governor Hob Jones or. Judd fled late tuesday night from tile Arizona state Hospital Here where she was committed As mentally unbalanced after twice being condemned to hang. Gon e la hours the slim Golden haired Slayer who shipped the trunks containing tile bodies of Agues Annle hoi and a Ledvigs Samuelson Young nurses to los Angeles was arrested Iii Pasadena alif., october 24. 1931. Sin was gone from the Hospital almost 12 hours before attendants discovered her absence because she had fashioned a Dummy figure in her bed to make them believe she was sleeping. From the Hospital she West to the Home of her parents the Rev. And mrs la. Jmc Al on Ell spent about to or 15 minute there then disappeared. Her aged father a reported near death. Mrs. Mckinnel delivered to governor Jones a letter from or. Judd in which the Slayer contended or. Louis j. Saxe Hospital superintendent and i staff Quot persecuted her. Desperate a i Ani desperate to see my father a she wrote. �?�1 am going to gee him tonight then somehow see my husband and i will surrender to you on condition you Promise j himself in 4< years of Law me or. Saxe will he forced to leave me alone. A i will not run away. I do not want Ray Freedom her husband or. William c. Judd is a patient at a veterans Hospital in West to Angeles. At san Dimas Calif. 20 Miles East of los Angeles Deputy sheriff Robert Morris said a woman who resembled mrs. Judd was see in a cafe yesterday. Slie was described a about 35, wore a Black dress plaid jacket and Black hat and Lead Light Brown hair. She was accompanied by a Man. Mrs Judd is 3 4. Continued on Page two Asheboro oct. 26 John i Trueblood Brittain 77. Dean of the local bar. Died at his Home Here on South Fayetteville Street late i last night following a Long period of declining health. Or. Brittain had been one of the leading attorney of Asheboro until his retirement three year ago. Funeral service will be 1 tinted tomorrow afternoon 3 30 o clock by or. Cothran Smith pastor of the first presbyterian Church of which the deceased was a member. Or. S. Vav. Taylor and or. H. P. Powell local ministers will a is with the service. Interment will follow in the old Asheboro cemetery. I Bibl the i Kom bar members of the Asheboro bar association of which he was chairman from its formation until hts retirement will attend the funeral in a body. Born in Guilford county february i. 1862, son of John and Mil been Brittain he led a Busy land useful life engaging in teaching business arid the practice of Law. Following his education in Guilford county Rural schools and i at the Oak Ridge Institute he began teaching at the age of 19 inthe Guilford county school and at one time was overseer of two Public schools. At the Early age of i he a a sheriff in guilt a serving in this capacity for four years later came four years Iii the milling business at which time he began the study of Law. It years in Asheboro he was licensed to practice in 1888 and shortly after moved to Asheboro where he distinguished Prat j lice. He a elected mayor of i Ide. The Ion with a a hers on or Tri my prone w ent in Modi in office for a delicate Situ minister Atmo or government arrival from min of continued on Page two j alsatian autonomist Given i death sentence As spy Nancy France oct. 26. Fri i f or Karl Rons. 60-year-old alsatian autonomist Leader was condemned to death by Tho military court today on charges j of having turned Over French j i military secrets to German Sale -. J 1 or. Roo a Veteran of Home Rule for Alsace a arrested i fell 7 whew French officials j accused him of timing in close Tratch with nazi party officials i in Berlin the City of Flint was in Routa to great Britain with wheat German have said was contraband continued on Page two bulletin Zebulon fireworks destroyed by blast Lon Cut. a a one Man was killed. Another a seriously injured and a third was a Quot Baken up in a a a terrine Quot Ida Quot Al a firework manufacturing concern Imre today. Or. Chai b s e. Flowers said thai Lite dead Man was Philip Glia Al that George a cells a to. A Quot injured so badly he a Quot rushed to a Raleigh Hospital Aud that William leg Ila to. Son of Philip a Glia in heft d slight Hurt. I Tach at Rev Hospital in Raleigh said xxx Ells apparently was a seriously labor peace proposals get Little notice in capital 1 Washington oct. 26�?u�>�? proposal for peace Between the Al and the Cio appear to be getting Little attention from labor leaders Back in the capital after their rival convention in Cincinnati Anil san Francisco. Their energies Are being poured into other channels a Law suits grand jury investigations and bigger organizing campaigns a and the problem of a labor truce seems to be awaiting some new move of tile Roosevelt administration Federal injunction the Al leaders chief concern Asheboro Iii May. 1895, and served i new is a Federal court injure in the state legislature during 1901 and was re elected in 190-. Retiring thereafter to engage in Law practice. The deceased was a member of Olio of the oldest families in the slate and married Virginia Lanier in 1886. She died two years ago. The couple were parents of six children Joseph a. Brittain or Spencer Basil f. And John m. Brittain of Asheboro Samuel Brittain who died in 1935 mrs. Curry Loflin and miss Carrie Brittain both of Asheboro. There Are Don which has tied up the federations Basic Powers to Settle jurisdictional matters. It also is interested in the government s study of purported restraint of Trade in the building Industry through grand juries in eight or to cities. On the other Side of the capital. The Cio in its freshly painted Headquarters is laying plans for a More energetic membership drive in conformance with John a Lewis and ice to the Cio Coneen lion that Quot we must not glue also la grandchildren and four j ourselves too closely to die Bot great grandchildren surviving. I Tom of our swivel Al chiefs speaking privately say that efforts toward Laboi i peace Are stalemated. To increase membership the Cio is saying nothing except to indicate that it present policy is to increase membership i strength before sitting Down again to bargain with the Al about terms to amalgamate dual rival organizations. The cd and Al conventions i left the labor peace situation Vir. Tally unchanged the Al reaffirmed what pm a Alia its Quot open door policy a now a bounced that it was ready to talk peace whenever the Cio would reopen the j Long deferred negotiations. The Cio convention left the peace problem to he Dis Retior of is standing peace commute headed by Cio president Lewis who said last june that negotiations were there Are no indications tha peace conferences will be reopen a eel soon despite president Boose velt s message to both Conven lion asking labor leaders Quot to pit aside Pride and self advantage ii patriotic service for National Unity in this time of trouble Aru j

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