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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 7, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Friday april 7, 1930the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page five Sec. A ifs signal and graduate courses be established for n. Negroes by John Perle Leigh april 7�? up a the general Assembly took to authorize professional graduate courses at two ii Carolina negro colleges Iii Hance with the Missouri de of the United states me court. E legislature did not go be the Legal requirements of boat Ion however. It killed prop Rialon of $98,500 for biennium to implement the and required that if the two Ges did not have funds Avail they must petition the gov and Council of state to an allotment from the gency and contingency fund Yde a. Erwin state super Dent of Public instruction provision would probably be first for awarding a Mas degree in education at the h Carolina College for nes in Durham. I examination of the demand other graduate work will be p before course will be of a in other Fields said Erwin added that by far the largest and is in the teacher train group. In Bill sponsored by representative Murphy of Rowan provides for graduate and professional courses at a. And t. College for negroes at Greensboro and at the Durham College. Courses in Law pharmacy and Library science Are the Only preparation in professional training mentioned in the new act a. And t. College would offer the graduate work in technical courses and the Durham College the advanced Courser in Liberal arts. The Law specifically forbids any duplication of graduate work by the two negro colleges. Erwin said lie thought professors at Duke University and the University of North Carolina might Aid in giving graduate instruction. The Law also provides that negro students going out of North Carolina to get graduate training they Are unable to obtain in this state Are to have their tuition and certain other expenses paid by the state. Murphy offered a companion appropriation Bill to measure but the House walked at providing the $98,500 in extra funds asked to inaugurate graduate work. However future assemblies will ois bladder irritation Ake you up not Normal. It a natures warning anger ahead Quot make this it for 4 Day. Use Bucu leaves per Oil and 6 other drugs made i Green tablets. Help the kidneys flush out excess acids and Otner wastes which can cause the irritation resulting in getting up nights frequented scanty flow Bumin Gorbei ache. Ask any druggist for buckets. Your 2s�. Back if not pleated in 4 Day. Locally at Eckerd s of High Point Mann orig store Abbott Proctor amp Paine members new York Stock Exchange sew York Cotton Exchange hew York curb Exchange Chicago Board of Trade and other exchanges 04 South main Street Telephone 3461 Otis d. Phillips manager Richard f. Lawrence asst. Mgr. Continued from Page i the highest Reward they will make you a United states senator or even president i of the nation. They will do this in Reward for your Long sleep at i the switch notwithstanding the fact that you have been an Active spell hinder since 1898 for prohibition and Hae thus won a warm i place in the hearts of All prohibition people. Then the great dry Beacon Light of Temperance becomes both wet and dry and from that hour blows hot and cold at the risk of being spewed out of the Mouth of consistency and righteousness. This is the lowest Reward for service. R. L. Godwin Dunn n. Action to recover s220 from contractor filed Art Ion to recover Over $2 20 from it. J. Smith and son. Contractors was filed in the office of the clerk of municipal court this morning by Henry d. Perry and Edith h. Perry. The plaintiffs allege that on april 30. 1988 they leased to the defendant firm a combination hoist and Back filler machine at a rental of $50 a month payments to be made on the first of each month beginning with May i. They further allege that when the defendants failed to pay the rent for Dei Ember they repossessed the machine tile roller flanges flanged roller sprockets and Pius of which they had to replace because of rough usage. Adding to the $50 for december rent the $151.19 necessary for repairs and the drayage of $20 necessary to transport the machine Hack to them they ask for damages aggregating $221.19, and any other Relief to which they May be entitled. Be called on for specific appropriations. The legislature also hanged the names of the Fayetteville and Elizabeth City Normal school for negroes to the Fayetteville state teachers College and the Elizabeth City state teachers colleges. The two new schools have expanded their curricula this year to provide a full four year College courses to train a a Quot certificate negro. Choel teat hers. Top limit of sixty put on driving by Assembly Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel Raleigh. April 7.�?when you press your foot Down Bard on the accelerator and drive More than a mile a minute on any North Carolina Highway you Are breaking the Law. The i huh Assembly for the first time in the states history has put a top limit on automobile Speed and put it there without any equivocation if ands or buts. The new Law says in words of virtually one syllable that it shall in a unlawful a to drive any motor vehicles at a Speed in excess of 60 Miles a i hour. There Are it is True a few exemptions such a policemen in line of duty ambulances and a few other special classifications under specified Ireum St Aih is. Previous Laws have been Nimby Pamby affairs that made Speed above certain Lim its presumptively unlawful but they always left loopholes open for the courts to let defendants Dodge through. With the exception of the new Speed limit and restoration of bicycles to the list of vehicles there were few important changes made in the motor vehicle Laws. Buses weighing More than 22,500 pounds cannot he legally licensed in the future but those which already have ii census eau continue to operate. Penalty for operation of Temh Censed buses Over that weight is set at in too Fine. Major John t. Armstrong head of the Highway patrol says he has not yet thoroughly digested new Laws and regulations pertaining to division Hilt he does not believe that there have been any Radical changes except As already outlined. State heaths j. Cly de Stam Iii Hallote april 7 up a. Clyde Stansill 50, one of Mecklenburg county s Legal adviser died today of a heart ailment at a Hospital. He was a native of this county and an alumnus of Erskine College due West s. C., and the University of North Carolina Law school. He was a former City solicitor assistant Superior court solicitor and legislator. He was named county attorney in 1922 and ass dated with Henry Fisher since 1934, had held the Post Ainee. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 4 p. In. At the associate reformed presbyterian Tabernacle. Surviving Are the widow two daughters a brother and a sister. Rumania is concerned Over Duce s invasion of Albania King Carol Hack to the capital the rumanian government today gave evidence of great concern Over news of the italian invasion of Albania. # Bucharest april 7�? a from an inspection tour of the i hungarian Frontier kept close touch with developments. In diplomatic circles fear was i expressed that International Coin i plications might follow the ital Ian coup. I Moyie tanks Low he Raleigh. April 7 it it i slate income tax collections through april 4 totalled $9,209,- 399.22 �?$1,21 7,752.42 below collections the same Day last year. A message of double importance to you driving school to award 45 diplomas diplomas will be presented to night to 45 graduate of the fourth class of a Safe driving school sponsored Here by the spa education division of the state department of Public instruction. Exercises in which diplomas j will be presented to the graduates will he held in the courtroom at City Hall will begin at i s o clock. Twenty six of the graduates i tending the final examination Given by the school last night passed with perfect cores. They were Akers Hutchens. Mrs. Yvo. T. Lloyd. Amy i it of Holmes Avah Lene Jones. Hazel Craven Lorena i by bin. Doris Parham Doris Long Frances Ozment Hazel 1 Beck Nellie sue Kent. Pat Meed Alice lice Modlin mrs. R. B. Pegram Thelma Moss Vera Cook Jessie l. Bumgardner i Wiley c. Chandler jr., Eleton moving pictures shown at local Lions club meet moving pictures in color of i trip to South America were shown j last night by a. Coke Cecil at the dinner meeting of the High Point Lions clubs in the private dining room of the Elwood hotel. Or. Cecil was presented by Rufus c. Russell who was in charge of the program for the evening. J. W. Van loan vice president of the club presided Over the meeting. Attendance prizes were awarded to George Johnson and e. R. Outland. Announcement was made i that a meeting of the clubs directors would be held at the h. A. Cecil farm next tuesday night beginning at 6 30 o clock. Thaggard. A Roy Lamar Mabel Hamlet mrs Doris tree. Mrs. Gertrude Upchurch Martha Bulla. Ruth Patterson and Marie Aaron. Enrolment for the fifth class started this morning and will continue through tuesday evening. Monday being a Holiday no Clas will he held on that Day. The it lass As usual will be divided into two units the first meeting from 4 to 6 o clock afternoons a the second from 7 to 9 of Dok evenings enrolment May he made at the desk aet Geant s office at police department or the courtroom when classes begin. Other graduates of the fourth class Are Elizabeth Patterson mrs. J. F. Aal on mrs. Temple Hamlet Velma Dill Margaret a Ash Flat Frances Lucille Crouch mrs. Sue Burnt Mabel come s. Mrs. A p. Billette Mavis Walker mrs. R. J. Johnson Man Workman. Mrs. W. B. Varner Dionise Surratt Vivian Carroll mrs. Marion Canter mrs. Nudie a a me Trout Margaret peace anti Hazel Paschal the class As a whole made an overage of 9 6. English Street curb Market a Complete line of fresh fruits and vegetables direct from the a land of Sunshine.1 lard. --72c oranges Ioc yellow 3 lib Squash. 15c fancy Ico Berst. 2 for lettuce. .15c fancy 2 pint strawberries23c Good Sec i to lbs. When that first grocery and came off the there was a strangely satisfied yet somewhat quizzical look on the grocers face the Only advertising he knew was a Mouth to Mouth Selling he was spending a lot of hard earned Cash for something he did no to know anything about. Today that same grocer is a regular advertiser in the Enterprise. Those first few Enterprise ads convinced that he was making real a dollars and cents a Progress through the increasing amount of groceries he sold. The Enterprise has made Progress too it carries More grocery advertising than Ever before. The grocers in High Point have Faith in the Enterprise. Potatoes 18c Irish no. I Cobbler lbs. Potatoes 21c fresh Garden peas10c fancy fount cucumbers .10c Dainty Iii run m flour 65c new red miss 6 lbs. Potatoes 25c tender 2 lbs. Beans15c guaranteed poultry Yard Doz. Eggs in High Point Enterprise i pet milk. 25c x Small or 4 Large milk Ped Ifni and fryers. 21c hens 19c dozen grapefruit21c Cau Ipi Ower. 111. Khz hi., r Quot Viv Pav la. I so Green peppers carrots celery turnips radishes new onions w. E. Coleman services held at red Hill Church funeral services for William Edward Coleman. 71, Well known Farmer who passed away suddenly at ii is Home near Freeman s Mill tuesday shortly after Boon were conducted from red Hui Church thursday afternoon at 3 of clock by the pastor. Rev. J. M. Allred and Rev. T. H. Stamey. Pallbearers were James Williams Henry Southern undo i Leonard. A m. Leonard Joe Boles and Herbert Chilton. Interment followed in the Church cemetery. Jhue thie Graceful Tumbler in yours for the asking with every Pound of vegetable Margarine 9ts hew. 9t s different 9ts delightful of sugar to Southern Hose shortening 8 fancy whole. It a i n Rice. 3 lbs. 11c we will remain open All Day easter monday wheaties a free flashlight a a 2 pkg 23c All flavors jello 4 pcs. 19c f. F. V. Crackers 2�?oi la. J Box 14c Wisconsin state Brand cheese 2lbs. Butter Lindale do. Prints la. 29c matches 6 boxes a a a 15c Sunshine Pimento 4-ounce can 5c something new a c a c ran Green Lake in a j Vuel i ii m grape Jam Grapefruit juice Maxwell Houe Coffee la. 25k Clapp s Sunshine a 1/ if la cakes it. Oka. 15c in a a j if h Knull or a ill in 4 i re pc a grape juice 10c evaporated peaches la. 10c baby foods 3 cans 24c Good 4-Stfinn House Broom White Lake Salt fish Oil la i vegetables Laroe head fan y California lettuce 2for. I 5c fancy Florida oranges Doz. I of dood size Grapefruit 2 for. 5c Laroe stalk celery 7c Quality meats veal chops it i. .171c boiled Ham it u a a i 43c end act pork chops la 19c Bologna sliced la 12c Armour s Dexter Bacon Pound. 23c \ i s. W. Horne s store Corner Ennis and Tryon phone 6496 j Ideal grocery Highland grocer la 00tlflul kn0u8h and bu0� j Phon 2338 Ghi Bra v z it hone 7476 phone <s2i and i convinced Pree delivery we refuse to be under sold Fairmont grocery Hillcrest amp Roc Bry i abolish Stuit Extension r phone 5432 611 Prospect Stuit a Phon 48121 Oak Hill grocery Lambeth grocery ii Corner English and Burton. Phone 4045 713 Mangum my a a

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