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Kannapolis Daily Independent (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, Kannapolis, North Carolina Weather North Carolinas fair and mild today monday generally fair. 4 a i e daily Good morning this creature Man. Who in his own selfish affairs is a Coward to the Backbone will fight for an idea like a Bernard Shaw 4 North Carolina s fastest ironing newspaper vol. Xvii no. 23. Entered As second class matter at the Post office in Kannapolis Kannapolis. N. Cd a sunday morning. March 17. 1940. A 20 pages three sections. Associated press. Hope exhausted for 44 entombed Ohio Miner dignitaries participate is Hospital rites t t t t t Quot new German mine warfare claims five ships bombers from England Roar Over Poland British fail to confirm sinking of patrol vessel by air raiders. London a a new upswing in German mine warfare yesterday claimed two British naval trawlers and several merchant ships while Britain wrote its own War life Post a script to a week of siege by an pouncing flights of her bombers Over most German occupied Poland and Helgoland bight the trawlers sunk were the Peridot and the Maida both by mines j the commander and five Crew men j of the Quot Maida were believed lost. The Crew of the Peridot was saved. The British Steamer Melrose Sank in the North sea after an explosion with 18 of her Crew of 23 missing and two greek ships were sunk mysteriously. British officials said they could not confirm German claims that one British patrol vessel had been sunk and another damaged by German air raiders. Shortly after the sinking of the British vessels was disclosed Netherlands naval officials advised ships flying that nation Flag to stay in the Hai Bor because of discovery of new danger zones. Subsequently ship owners were instructed concerning a new route across the North sea. 4 mrs. . Herring Gies at Concord widow of prominent Concord dentist Dies at age 79. Mrs. La c herring. 79. Died at her Nome in Concord at six of clock Fri i Day night after an illness of five. Days. She was the widow of a prominent Concord dentist. herring who died in 1933 or. Herring was a dentist in Concord for1 50 years. She was an Active Mem. Ber of the first presbyterian Church j in Concord and had also been act j Ive in civic affairs. She is survived by one daughter. J mrs. J l Correll of Concord one i brother. Fred Swink of Norfolk and one half brother. Sam Beatty of Crewe. A the funeral services will be conducted at the heme at three o clock j this afternoon. Burial will be in j Oakwood cemetery. 4 Keily promoted to overseer Post Robert Kelly son of or. And mrs. Sam Kelly of South male Street and for several year second hand in number four cloth room at Plant one Here has been sent to Cannon Mills Plant three at York. S c. As overseer of the cloth room he assumed his new duties last week. A or. Stchler has replaced him in the room Here. Young Kelly had worked in number four cloth room for several years and worked his Way up from inspector. He handled a Section for sometime then was promoted to second hand to assist Foreman Harold Cashion. 4 finnish commission monday will discuss new Border details nation tackles rehabilitation and rebuilding with both sword trowel. Helsinki i Pic a finnish commission will Fly to Moscow monday to Iron out details of the new Borders imposed on Finland under last tuesday s peace treaty while at Home the nation tackled rehabilitation and rebuilding of new defences. Or. Paas Kivi. Minister without portfolio will head the commission. As he disclosed the plans and the fact that negotiations for a commercial treaty would begin soon or Paas Kivi lifted slightly the curtain which has hidden the peace negotiations in which he participated is said the finnish delegation Lei. Helsinki secretly by automobile a week ago last wednesday and flew from Stockholm to Moscow. There were five sessions in All. Hei explains and the finnish delegations were treated Well arid dined on the Best of russian food in an atmosphere a cold but Josef Stalin did not Amend the meetings but Premier foreign minister Zolotoff was there on vacation air junket Brantley Dies after attack Centerview resident stricken in cafe on saturday afternoon. Helsinki. To Finland will be a Gin immediately to fortify her newly Arr wed frontiers and to reorganize her battered army despite the non a Region clause in her peace treaty with soviet Russia informed quarters declared re eel there will be no general demobilization of the army. Except for certain classes which will be released to help w Ith civil reconstruction work after the costly 0f�-Day War. These sources said. The finnish government s attitude toward the future was aug j a it a of prove in yid tested by Premier Risu iry to who the funeral a will be conducted told the diet last night that ithe monday afternoon at 2 33 at Whit nation would go Forward with a Funera chaps on a Cal ave. Sword in one hand and a trowel nue Rev. C. E Ridenhour of China Rescue Crews or. Thomas Patron save 113 men governor Hoey will two killed dedicate new Wing noon Day blast at Willow Reck mine leaves 44 trapped behind Barrier. St Blairsville. Ohio c j forty four men entombed in the i explosion torn Willow Creek Coal mine were feared dear list night Tao Mer were killed when they int d to Rescue them Rescue Crew s i said 113 Ether miners most of whom Wen affected by the death i dealing a Black Damp Quot which follow cd the noon Day blast officials of the Hanna Coal Coni a Many owner of the mine declined to speculate in the miners Fate the 44 were Cut off from fresh air i and entombed behind a r cd Barrier Quot hut they re All dead they could t live through that blast. I. The Folio John Allen Brantley. 64-year old resident of the Centerview com heart attack in Centerview cafe about i o club i n saturday afternoon and died or a he Way to Cabarrus Hospital he was a native of Cabarrus i to. And moved to Kannapolis years ago from number five tend ship. He made his Home with ?1 daughter. Mrs. Leon Winecoff. At 90s. Brian Aherne hero of the movie and his wife the Lovely Joan Fontaine Board a pan american Clipper plane at Miami fla., to begin a vacation flight around South America. Central Presa in the other. 4 . Lists world ideals Queen Wilhelmina takes part in Chris Grove will be assisted by Rev j h c. Keller and Rev Patterson also of China Grove the body will lie in state from i o clock until 2 o clock burial will be at Greenlawn cemetery near China Grove. Surviving Are four sons Woodrow Brantley of Kannapolis or Thomas Brantley of Charlotte. Rev j Keller Brantley of Jennerstown and Robert f Brantley of Stratford. Conn. Four daughters mrs. Winc Erff. Mrs James k Peck of it. Pleasant. Mrs. Joe m Shinn of Newport news. Va., and mrs. W. G. Tian service program. Johnson of Bridgeport. Conn two Sisters. Mrs Walter Mcbride of trap Washington ii it a president Hill. And mrs. Charles b St of Rosevelt. Speaking on a world wide Claremont and 13 grandchildren. 4 broadcast set Forth a list of ideals of International organization without which he said no peace can be made on lasting basis. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland also took Par on the program which1 was held in connection with the Christian foreign service convocation in new York City. Quot today we seek a moral basis for j peace Quot or. Roosevelt said. Quot it can. Not be a real peace if it fans to Reco on South main Street will hold a top Onize brotherhood it can not be a tri House Quot starting at seven o clock lasting peace if the fruit of it is j wednesday night until to p m it oppression or starvation or cruel and lasting the rest of the w of. To or human life dominated by residents of Kannapolis and Vici armed Camps. Nity Are invited to visit the rems tearing for City bub clip be moved to March 26 Stanley Winbourne to hear arguments of companies seeking local rights. The Date of the hearing on the Kannapolis City bus question has been changed to tuesday. March 26. At which time representatives of the Kannapolis motor coach company and the Carolina coach company will appear before Stanley Wirtz Ltd urn in Raleigh. A a a a a a a both organizations plan to take delegations of Kannapolis residents i Raleigh for the hearing to give i weight to their claims the Caro Lina coach company announced a special bus will Cannon , May Start textile lass the classes possibility being a ated Aney Holbrook to olo open House invite Public to attend remodeler store on main Street prizes offered. The Haney a lib Rook ire. Store Cannon High school ploys of Cannon Mills As w Eil As students was last night by w j superintendent of City he said that plans completed but such were toeing consider d might be started with the Lur school term next sept the classes would by a students who plan to w the Mill after gradual Cannon Mills workers we forced to drop out of Soh fore they graduated it has not been dec Idee equipment would be Iii and who the director a the superintendent Point div i Bull it Clit in u Ana were Quot it can not be a sound peace if Small neighbors must live in fear of powerful nations. It can not be saturday that be provided on that Date to carry 1 interested organization Heads of Kannapolis to Raleigh the Kannapolis coach company largely lacked by Norfolk men several weeks ago an j bounced its intention of applying for a franchise to operate City j buses in and around Kannapolis j the Carolina coach company i which owns a franchise through this i Section quickly got Busy and an j i noun id that it would apply for the same right representatives it the company stated that they would j also Ope ate buses from Kan Nap i oils to Landis. China Grove and j i Concord at bargain rates. 2 big Kielb Philadelphia a i for the Penn relays announced i that a he nth before the meet 148 i prep Scholls had entered the an Mph event Seh Duld for Franklin 4 Field in mid april said one of the rescued no j View was shored by in workers. While Rescue Crews hammered i at the Rock Wall w me thought it would take ail night to break through Otto Rte were made to j Force fresh air to the men Down a 90-foot Shaft 2 nazis accrue five dividends Italy and Germany drawn closer by rih Rentrop visit. Berlin. A. Five fold dividends have accrued to nazi go a Many through the recent visit to Rome minister von rib Toener it j the Best informed observer ,. D last night they Are j i Italy Ami German have drawn i closer together than her 2 All around appeasement of the j Balkans seem assured 3 f und Atoru have Beer made i for an italian soviet approach ment 4 ii rib Benti opt Alk won i Pope pm Xii evoke i the in j favourable reaction 5 the German foreign minister i Wie Able to give . Dir. It its a Hist j in inn t German message for Sun i nor Welles. President Roosevelt s super reporter 4 formal ceremonies on april 24 will be broadcast Over wet banquet follows. Or Thomas Par Rem. Surgeon general of the United Stales Public health service will head a list of distinguished medical men wha will participate in formal dedication of the new Wing at Cabarrus county h a a1 april 24, an a fiend f the institution revealed saturday go. Clydell Hoey Buster of the Duke endowment foundation or it f Duke h Spital and or Carl v. Reynolds head of that n rth Carolin i i. Aid of health will be guests at a banquet on the t it or a of april la or Parrot. This banquet will be held in Kan Nap disc new Ami a building with the Hospital executive committee and staff As Host Charles a Cannon chairman of the executive committee said. The dedication ceremony who be he d at the Hospital earlier in the Day at a time not yet scheduled the ceremonies will be broadcast through the facilities of station wet Charlotte according to Tho Hospital official and the time for the dedication will be set in order to get the program on the pm Mem Jujj. Parr new. Appointed to highest administration Post in the United states Public health service by president Roosevelt after a career in the Public health departments of several states and the Federal government had brought him Al de acc Nfn o it Oman Assn ii 11 eel la. Husband cab Hie d it Jim cd. Coloured wife far g a quart Piccolo p 2hi Pride in or will i the a hoi n of con pie Kau Bon split it pen with Cimfe lit Lav. Lert it often tim John-1 j it la before h Vaudrey i j e and Tore 1 Hie coloured it x Ryland where he a it b in in i after distinguishing himself executive capacities with the my and naw York state dik>1 in Ooi the Crawford Cut the Young woman i Cabarrus Hospital w i found she had Many so Side of her face and in and Chest she is i Quot j be dangerously injure i band was lodged in a of assault with a de with intent to kill Crawford s wife Tun i from ear to her Mouth i tended by a local co Crawford left for a after the cutting and i apprehended at Minnig Vaudrey straight w. A charge of assault on de states pub n 1918 and has hat division Sines a urge n Gene v to it Public he Barron directs that pm Hall daily d the scr Vic. D a the duty and u ii la Deled store during that time and inspect the improvements the sure was remodeler inside several w Eek. A moral peace if Freedom from in age and attractive new fixtures were Vasion is sold for tribute. It can not be an intelligent peace if it denies installed. An attractive deep curved Glas free passage that knowledge of those front a completed last week at Flowers for easter potted plants corsages and Cut Flowers 1. Easter lilies. 2. Hyacinths. 3. Hydrangeas. 4. Yellow Callas. 5. Azaleas. 6. Tulips. 7. Geraniums. 8. Artistically designed corsages. Mills Florist phone your orders Early phone 229 ideals which permit men to find common ground it can not be a righteous peace if worship of god is 4 tan married stay out of Jah. . By a the Best insurance against going to jail is to get married. Louisville police de payment figures show. The department issued a report for the last to years disclosing that arrests of unmarried lawbreakers increased 35 per cent compared w Ith a 9 per cent increase for married persons. 4 Possum plays Possum in nest Jerseyville 111 up a Henhouse tip for maids who Hunt the a look in the nest first. Miss Hilda Becker went out to gather the eggs Felt something i warm and furry As she blindly j poked her hand around the nest she peeped in and saw a fat a pos a sum enjoying a Nap 4 fording the popular mens shop one of the most colourful fronts in town. I a w Holbrook genial proprietor j of the store has built up an unusual follow ing among the men. Young and old. During the seven j years he has been operating the i Haney Holbrook store Here. He j extends a cordial invitation to a11 j residents of this Section to enjoy his opening with him this week each visitor will be Given a ticket and several prizes in Worth while mens Wear will be Given away at1 the end of the open House period. 4j three election j officers named Raleigh rpm county boards of elections named yesterday by the state Board of elections included Cabarrus a. E. Barnhardt and j. O. Moose of Concord democrats and in. B. Ward. Re Muhlhan. Also of Concord. 4 1 ii. Alt Ali c. Sikhs i chiropractor Quot x Ray service i Kannapolis West ave. Over Kelner a super store concorde Manes building. Hours to till 12�?i to till 5 30 a amp it amp i Para Del of Cannon hosiery be smart. Wear the new finest Quality 2-thread, highest gauge sheer Chiffon Cannon hosiery now at. 4.00 per pair regular $1.35 value other qualities�?60c and 85c Towel City Towel co. Kickapoo tribe elects delegates stale convention will re held at Wilmington May 13-15. Kickapoo tribe number 14 of la improved order Ltd of r i my and the Kannapolis built get til degree of Pocahontas has Al acted j delegates to the state convention at we Migton May 13-15 representatives to the red men s 1 meeting will be j. H Johnson and j p Collins alternates will be a c. Mcswain and r g Steele. Miss Katie leu Smith will represent the Pocahontas or gum Ati it a her alternate will by mrs Edith Galloway. Others from Kannapolis Are a peeled to attend the joint convention. 2 Cotton prices finish lower new York i4h a general liquidation movement knocked cot a ton futures to to 13 Points lower saturday. Closing Pricer follow now july 10 43.li. Oct Ber. 9 70. I december 9 56, january 9 sin. Old May 10 52 july 1029 no nominal. Spot nominal middling a to 77. 2 Landis woman Dies after Long illness kites i or mrs. Tout to Ile conducted at Concordia Church. M i about la 45 Friday me of her n John. I Duci it a of i ease for in fat a i countries and for the proven i the interstate spread of disease u i the suppression of epidemics c. The Many other jobs included r-1 the general heading of to Kinu unknown the health of the nation lie been i highest ranking Federal g it ver let us off Eta Ever to schedule a it it rested it engagement in Cabarrus Faun male. By detailed plan for the dad monies have not been re but officials Are Hospital addition will be 4 in Ted in april 24 his visit a it b m c Landis f Utz. He night at the in the Cor More still she a sever la the local health a inspect the War area by or b. Protest so a in to British a to had in. Foutz Ai once h death Washington i the 21 Amin a with John Erica nations unanimously protest-1, i it she was cd t gnat Britain yesterday again r a f Concordia St the sinking of a German hip in d w. Clive in brazilian Waters and Rte More Century j Appeal d of belligerents to keep the ail be conducted j War away from the american this zone. Tor. Rev c ithe protest made Public yester a will not be of a Day by the state . Result. The b in Willied from scuttling of the 3 771-ton Home until 1 15 j freight r Walkama off the brazilian in the Church j coast february 12 after it had been i intercepted by War ships i funeral Servi it Concordia c i at 1 30 by the Fisher the Ca j enc i at the Chi Hie in state to intermit will cemetery survivors include a daughter. Mrs. J the protest was submitted to the Isaac Alexander of Landis three British government by the prom Lions James. Burl and John All of Dent of Panama. 4 Rowan county 32 grandchildren a 4 ii 20 great grandchildren a in it Al kinds name misfiled Vert frequently Kaleigha mildly vexed be baptists at no est Point la Aurrli w ill let Dot a str nov bourse the b t u. Of the West Point cause of the fact that he found Baptist Hurch Ili Hsy id 1 Udy people Iii some seat Ion of the course this week classes meeting state who miss rounded his can nightly at tile chinch a Oclock Jackson Park s. Main St. Found a watch see Poorboy the Southern bread Man Kannapolis n. C. Dilate s name Crayon Efird. State Campaign manager for Lee gravely today issued instructions concerning both the pronouncing and the spelling of the Rocky mount gubernatorial aspirant s name. Quot the name is gravely with tile a a accented As in hat. Quot said Efird. Quot and done to forget. He added in an afterthought wherein he gave the candidate a boost a a that gravely hat is in the the Campaign manager also said he had experienced some trouble with folks who a a wanted to put an extra a be a Between the la and the �?~y7 4 the course will be conducted in two divisions with the intermediate group reviewing training in Bible study and the seniors the Book Quot our m s Mclain is Btu director. I Don t take a Chance like Bob Houar did. And lose your pants Call Doc file for dry cleaning amp. Pressing phone 129

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