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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 28, 1939, High Point, North Carolina V la t la 4�?~ i nil tonight and sunday colder sunday. The High Point Enterprise elicit Poi Iii the Center of diversified manufacturing enterprises of. 55�?no. 301 member associated press High Point. sat Muy afternoon october 28. 1930 Complete sea service Price five cents All air raid frustrated Ormom head Home with Shih Ozrol l Crew cautious Tanker tragedy leaves charred Trail Bankhead sees fight in Scotland am pm a fit two men were burned beyond recognition and a Roadside dwelling was destroyed by pm my an rav l i of Iid to ii flames which burst from a wrecked Oil transport truck near Asheboro Early this morn la i in my Jas w Iii american boat ing. In the top photo below is shown the wreckage of the Tanker after flames had gutted j it. In the Bottom shot is shown the Ash Heap remaining of the Home which caught from of neutrality the roaring Blaze. Photos by Lewis studio Asheboro hold City of Flint near norwegian coast on precarious journey Beglin oct. 28�? apr news reached Berlin this morning that All was Well aboard the United states owned freighter City of Flint j As she w Ormed her Way i through the British blockade of North sea toward a German port. The freighter was timing con Voyed by German warships pre we is Mably both submarines and sur of a fare Craft aboard her it was be hip j lived. Were the american Crew of 141 and the prise Crew put in command last week when the germen pocket battleship deutschland j captured her. If she gets through to a Oer i Man Harbor a prix court will pass i on the question of whether she markets ruining was a contraband Carrier and de a but its War news that ride 8 to disposition of ship and per Jansen finds hitting Homo. finds to must Herman it Gnu d the in on by five pounds of i involved in the prewar a month under danish i Quot upping past British i incr pc Hahn Lri i had Walter and Low Gung step 1u,� i however wore of their f the City of Eliot Sai soviet russian orders night to leave the Aret Murmansk where the f had taken her because a As the Hermans put it by . Action pm iou chs German lice clash u it by t Ion Celebration Oscil i p in it tack in nazi brow shirt danger s Job of Accra it. Ial Billy. I under. J _ v no a Sci n y Nort of a pkwy Quot ii a what. Progri s making was r neither her rot Ooi police Ai id it Atocha dash cd this after noon while Zee celebrating t heir 21st a in Ary of 1 i p foundation of by Zech Slov a to k Republic. Pre Wen p numerous 1 ironic a dims it was gov on Sou Persi is 1 were taken to an police Headquarters As result of this incident a nil b in Ott Ter parts of t be l clash 0 red in in Ida often when i a ech crowds Btu Ike 1 fir Tai Destin earlier vation was 1 germans h mid tie taken to h theorized sources we i that Point today. Foreign office so i i that such a question a i v a i Setret Aud it Vvs m t a in. Sized the British Navy w doubted most interested ship. Her cargo of tractor other goods originally wer signed to England. No Attar k imminent a obviously they the Britts ii said ined a Mph is Unin the a and e con in Rny a it m j i leg is i a t i o i pm 0m� run in Deina irs a Guient Between germ Brown shirts and developed ii i rather attempt to sink the prize 1 than let it remain in our hand i there sources declared. The information that roping wet i aboard the City of get Ore Saj by foreign office i it Den have Een communicated Atule it in Tou. There was much specs the Date of the City of i rival in Germany. At prep Ever nothing Aas or Rit a j that it was p us Especial a it All wa1 lint was rules to o Vvan hat Ion on int a sent Hows a except onetime next a City pioneers control plan Asheboro tragedy substantiates City s position regarding transportation women die Home burned in flames of Oil transport hotel Srou gue germans tried to tear in czech insignia worn by Titra tors witnesses said. czechs fought bark Man police were and they with tin stabs polka dish i. Urn Mon Aid of sed the j germans on Public Wane Logia of Prague in the no had placed a demonstrations Square in the was barred Oft Ming. Lactic Navy be hiked official advices last night placed the freighter somewhere along the norwegian roast. The prize Crew was expected to steer the City of Flint close to the norwegian coast As far As the Skagerrak. Arni of the North sea. Thence to the port of destination by a route impossible to predict. Near Norway a coast reports from Norway Indi a lated the City of Flint was being i sailed in norwegian Waters to min Milze the possibility of running continued on Page three a doomed Man gives death loaded gasoline Tanker wrecks near Asheboro turns into blazing inferno and destroys. Home of Baptist minister special to tile Enterprise the grim tragedy that occurred i near Asheboro today was an incident tending further to substantiate the position the City of High Point took Over a year ago in regulating the transportation of in a flammable fluids chief Ell k. In-1 Gram Pioneer crusader in the i movement commented it was on a the City Colin _ Uia Tion of gasoline Trail up. This morning when the huge transport wrecked and burst a a ii. Little change Iii Bill expected after House finishes perusal and voting Washington oct. 28.�? i apr speaker Bankhead predicted today the Neutral i it Bill approved by the sen ate last night would pass the encouragement House next week without a o Jor change. The speaker told his press conference that the House Leader j ship would move first to Send the j Bill to a joint Senate House con Ference committee to work out a j Compromise Between the measure j As it came from the Senate and j the form in which it passed Frei House last summer. The chief difference was thai the House approved a modified arms embargo while the Senate ending 21 Days of debate voted j 63 to 30 to repeal the existing arms embalm completely and set up a a Cash and carry Quot system of Commerce with belligerents i til re of majority although he declined to Dis j cuss specific figures. Bankhead j said he was a confident that we i have a majority of the House to i sustain the major features of the Senate under the procedure outlined i by the leadership it was apparent the House would not be permitted to Amend the Senate Bill i directly. However Bankhead said he was prepared to Accord recognition to any member of the Iii Jority for the purpose of tank Jung a motion to instruct the House conferee As to what was in the final draft of the n. made it Plain nevertheless that he Felt suit the admin ration forces would vote Down such motions. Majority Leader Rayburn a Tex who attended the conference said two Days of House debate had been the time discussed informally with the minority leadership the Hill is scheduled to come up in the House tuesday. Committee to meet the House rules committee is scheduled to meet monday to Clear the Way for the Leader ship s procedure. One member of the House leadership said a careful count of noses indicated that repeal of the arms embargo a key provision which Many legislators on continued on age three v officers abandon suicide theory. British planes put on Brilliant show of Aerial acrobatics in repulsing Surprise attack from nazi Squadron by Robert Bun Nelle London oct. 28.�? of do two German airmen were killed one wounded and a nazi Pilot captured today in an Aerial drama of the skies witnessed by hundreds of scots near Edinburgh when British fighter planes engaged and forced Down a German warplane. A the air ministry announced. A that a a German aircraft which a ii a was attempting reconnaissance a a i i i i v Imi was forced Down by our fighters i y i i Igo this morning East of Dalkeith about six and one half Miles Southeast of Edinburgh Quot the invader apparently was i headed for Tim strategic Firth of i Forth objective of previous Ger-1 Man raids. Rare aerobatic immediately after the nazi plane was sighted British ships i went aloft with a resulting rare j display of aerobatics As the Ger a Man Pilot tried desperately to i shake off his attackers. A finally the German plane j came Down on a Hillside and i struck a Stone Wall and even the Pilot would not give up.�?T1 one witness said. A the tried to get his machine into the air again and ran along the rough ground for about a half mile before he had i to the Fate of the planes Crew and what if any companion j planes they had was left to conjecture in the air ministry com i Munique which said that Quot a German aircraft which was attempt i ing reconnaissance was forced i Down by our fighters this morning East of Dalkeith about six and one half Miles Southeast of i Edinburgh a la huh la Elf hour an air raid alarm in the Firth i of Forth area of Scotland lasted half an hour. Machine gun bullets fell in the i main Street of one town Ami several spent bullets spattered a few Yards from the police station. The Only warning Given Thi unmerited. Asheboro Del 4n.�? iwo men were Minim m Wain april 20. To ?8. That and a loaded 3,.>r0-gallon gasoline transport True and a abandoned by at n in ordained Hie Reg Baptist parsonage were completely destroyed by fire Early prosecutor Joseph a a a i a Ali Orilea pressed ii ruse committee studier to Quot str a Quot in horse la to it ii through the City by establishing definite truck routes and limiting the cargoes of transporting be hides thus playing the City in the i forefront As the first municipality j in the state to undertake such regulation. In the face of concerted oppose j Don from transportation firms j chief Ingram fought relentlessly to procure the adoption of a Reg ii j rating ordinance adducing the Are Summit thai the transportation Oft gasoline through crowded Urban i intern Squadron Ashington or s a als to strengthen the Navy s i new York oct. 28.�? Squadron Aud put it on a one might say Claude j. Ley is laughing at death. just wont go Down a Brad tic Merit basis were shaping up among members of hoi i naval committee. Orman Vinton a a de j the question but i ii to ii mid be ready with a Legisla i p of Oil to or no \ it ill the 1 j future. Ler committeemen however d of various possibilities j Rig from minor reinforce a s districts was a constant menace to the safety of lives and property. I Many Asi a Luks since the ordinance was passed there have been repeated instances of casualties throughout the state noteworthy among which i was the Fayetteville catastrophe. I causing Many cities and towns to j adopt regulations patterned after the High Point ordinance. Tile Quot control plan was under he Nan on.,Quot academic Quot Dow Jason in Flat a. Month to live then he would i j1�?T11 s Ltd on ent Ioos Aud municipal Yogi on of he turtles Wright it die of malignant Cunner of the j league meetings for a number of rotation identified he plan. Year before any positive lotion xs03c-1. Bald la a was taken. Out of these discus a a pm Atlantic City. N j. Asheboro oct. 28.�?two men Yvere burned to death 28. <7p> the suicide theory a if a Atlantic county Atman. A today their in a w Quiry into the mysterious death into flames in the Balfour Community three Miles North of Asheboro. A a a a a a a a Jacob Ray Robbins j17, Driver of lie Mirk and an Uii Iden hied occupant were bullied beyond recognition by tit Blaze which is believed to have Start cd almost simultaneously with the crash. Randolph count officers said the had no Means of determining the identity of the other Man in the truck. The Carrier was Enro Ute from a Wilmington to Thomasville. No xxi Nesses there Wen no Eye witnesses to the crash hut Mintier of. A the sheriff s Force and the state dared he could remember Noth ins from wednesday until be con to need on Page three Navy giving new air plane a Complete fest of mrs. Ethel Joy of Ventnor. Altman declined to disclose what he believed to have been the cause of death but said tile 1 32-year-old woman s husband. Gaylord i. Joy son of a Troy j a shirt company Exeen i Titre would Quot be held in a secret i place until investigation of lits i Alibi is completed a no charge j has been made against Joy. Joy was quoted by detective Frank Ettl Maiio As saying he had not seen his wife j since wednesday afternoon when to left her in a tavern. Jullano i said Joy who was arrested near the Atlantic City Boardwalk de by the associated press France welcomed with undisguised Joy today the United states Senate a vote to repeal the arms embargo while Britain indicated it was Quot not dissatisfied Quot and Germany a where the news was withheld from the Public maintained silence. Paris was informed by glaring headlines in the morning newspapers. Stirred by the possibility of obtaining More american made warplanes a which apparently have proved their dependability on the Western front the French cautiously considered the Senate vote prophetic of an administration j Victory in the House. One newspaper referred to the j development As Quot a Victory for president Roosevelt who is sup j ported by the majority of the american in Britain the Senate vote j caused some Surprise in official i quarters which apparently expected a stiffer fight. They suggested that any comment before the Issue j had been derided in the house1 1 would be Prem at Ore. Diplomatic circles said unofficially however that Britain Quot at least w Ould not he dissatisfied with the Senate a the British press was More out \ spoken seeing reason for enc our a gement. In Berlin authorized sources j Aid today the Senate s repeal of i the arms embargo would be con-1 Side red in Germany a eyes As an j act in favor of the Western allies i but minimized Ila importance. Endurance aviators to alight sunday Lancaster. Calif., oct. 28 a a two 25-year-Oid aviators who have set a world record i for sustained Dight buzzed i around Over Rosamond dry Lake i near Here today and prepared to set foot upon Mother Earth tomorrow for the first time in a month. Wes Carroll and Clyde Schlie per broke the last remaining to Durance record of 653 Houn in the air thursday. Each Day they stay up make their confinement to narrow quarters More . They said. Hut they want to keep up until 3 . Sunday soil they might Complete a record 01 3< Days. Proud hew England papa becomes dad 24th time Contin etl on rage thief a we a a a premiers Call Balkan Parley fear of russian invasion Gause Hornell rumanian yugoslavian talks Budapest out. J Premier Constantine i of Rumania and pit i Cvetkovich of 28.�? arg Etoian Niter drag Yugoslavia and he Date for death set by his doctors is a Filiti Mouth past. Doctors told Bradley last j urn lie had Only two or the new York. Ort. 28. A of a described As a Quot new Type Quot of air plane a mid Wing monoplane powered with a 12-Cylindcr air cooled engine has been undergo info flight tests at Buffalo n. Y. For the f. S. Navy. Burdette s. Wright vice pres Dent of the Curtiss aeroplane i Cor ing from Ter Day. Berlin n. H., oct. 28.�?</f>> a one of new England s proud county i St and most prolific Papas a thur p. Morel successful build ing contractor announced today the birth of his 24th child. The newest arrival a named Morris Almer tipped the Scales at 12 pounds and according to family statistics was the larg est of the Childre 20 of whom Are living. Die of malignant spine. His friends threw a Gay Farewell party for him last july. For la precut Atlantic i a a the in a Iron to a Quot two Ocean Navy j Lim Imp Mok wok Bui or Quot Quot uyt a Quot Quot i ring around a Date in the sep i Atlantic Squadron pm Quot or ,.�?zenrtar a a we a it chiefly of destroy prs. A month Ako a merday hot he. it include three old Bat my re Clad d8y come anti a and so cruise s. To today he still was sitting or naval policy Lias been cheerfully in his wheelchair. A ated on assistance of the happily conducting his Cement h Navy if trouble developed business Over his Telephone. Atlantic said rep. Maas Quot Are Yon going to have an Quot but the current Titus other party Quot he was asked to nazi bodies Wash ashore proving Success of Allied attack on sub continued on Page three a a a a a a a Oil s. Indignant Over release of vessel in inn hat plan in an emergency. In has her hands full in the i sea a p. Mott a Ore expressed that Congress would author idl tonal construction to meet it want in Situ at Ion. Irm la it an of a 1,11 i other committee member. Initialled on a Ign i Bree a surely a he said. A but its not going to be a Wake this time. Its going to be a Victory dinner. I ii throw it As soon a it i know i have whipped this a a in be licked death for a month and us be sitting Here Long after a lot of my friends who said Bon voyage to me last july Are developed for operation off the battleships and cruisers of the american Fleet. The most striking feature is the a Type air cooled engine. Another innovation is a solid Structure connecting the fuse a Iago with the single Large float which supports the plane in the water. Wright said the machine carry j Washington. Oct. 28. Itt ing a Crew of two. Could be equip j a indignant stat department of j Jed interchangeably As a land or facials awaited further word of sea plane. The captured american freighter he added that primary flight i City of Flint today after belated tests by if Lloyd child test Pilot. Receipt of information that soviet indicated the plane was unusually f officials had ordered the vessel to fast for scout observation work j leave russian Waters with a Ger and had an extended cruising a i Man prize Crew in charge. Dins. Presumably the ship was on her j after factory tests it will Bel precarious Way Clown the North flown to the naval air station at sea to Hamburg. Unconfirmed re Anacostia d. C., for acceptance ports from Bergen Norway said. J trials. Details concerning its con however that the germans would j striation and performance were i land the american Crew there a withheld. I if corp is of five Sailor one officer found on coast of France Paris oct 28.�?f/p proof the sinking of a German submarine last thursday was raid by French military sources to have been established Toda coincident with Semi official an ounce stunt that French armed vessels an seaplanes had been particularly Active a several direct attacks have been carried out and it appear one of these at least has been successful Quot die statement said bodies of five German sailors and a German officer were reported found off the coast establishing proof the French said of destruction of the submarine which Quot apparently had been literally torn apart by the explosion of a depth bomb a a to Rodi he xxx a mind ashore Tho location of the attack was not disclosed. Dispatches from Dover eng land reported yesterday the bodies of More than 50 German seamen had been recovered from a submarine washed up on the Goodwin Sands five Miles from the Kent coast. It was not immediately Clear whether the French announcement ret erred to this incident sharing attention with tin Unno Influent of this naval sue Cess were two executions for espionage a the first reported France since the Start of War. A military filing squad carried out the sentence of death Rosr in he six sentenced six other defendants convicted by the same court martial were sentenced to serve prison terms ranging from three Yogi it to life. All eight were charged with having furnished German agents with details of the movements of French troops in March. 1936. When Germany occupied Tho Rhineland and in Sepreni Ber 1938, during the cliche slovak crisis. The French general stall meanwhile continued to watch on of rations German military preparations in the Saarland which they believed might by designed to distract attention a surmise move else n or. Karl Ross 60-year-Ol�l i from a Surprise alsatian autonomist Leader and where along the Western front. A Soldier companion named lob of Hotoi s preparations Stein who were convicted 01 German preparations were treason and espionage in behalf of Germany. Continued on Page three 1 ouf erred for four hours today discussing diplomats said bulgarian territorial claims on Rumania which they feared might plunge the Balkans into War. Fears that soviet russian Beking for belgian 1 blinds on Rumania might provide a spark that would Lead Southeastern Europe to War brought intense diplomatic activity. Diplomats said Yugoslavia agreed to warn Bulgaria that flirtation with Russia might bring disastrous consequences to the whole Balkan area. In tiny Village the two premiers met in the tiny Village of Versae on the yugoslav rumanian Border. At Sofia it was reported the italian minister was closeted for several hours with bulgarian Premier George Losee Ivanoff and expressed Hie fascist government s advice against allowing Bulgaria to come under exclusive soviet influence. The seriousness with which the Kussian bulgarian situation was regarded was regarded was reflected in King Carol of Rumania calling his ministers to Turkey Bulgaria. Greece and Yugoslavia for urgent talks. Immediately after their arrival the King and his foreign minister went into conference with the ministers. Concern expressed concern also was expressed in official yugoslav circles Over reports Russia might sponsor bulgarian designs on Dobrija a Fertile agricultural area of 4,000 Square Miles to which rumanian a rights were confirmed by the treaty of Neuilly in 1919. Advices from Bucharest said Basile Stoica. Rumanian ambassador to Turkey conferred at length yesterday with King Carol and foreign minister Gri Gore Gafencu. Informed sources said they believed he reported on russians attitude toward Rumania As it was told to turkish foreign minister St thru Saracoglu during his recent visit to Moscow. It was believed in these quarters that any russian pressure Rumania first would concern the once bulgarian Dobrija Nattier than former russian Bessarabia which joined Rumania after the world War rumanian a envoys to Turkey Greece Bulgaria and Yugoslavia All of whom have beet summoned Home for Consulta Lions were expected to meet Gafencu today

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