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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 15, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pauk two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina saturday april 15, 1939 weather North Carolina mostly Cloudy scattered showers in Interior sunday and possibly in North portion and in the mountains tonight cooler sunday and in extreme North portion tonight. South Carolina partly Cloudy slightly warmer in North portion possibly showers in extreme Northwest portion tonight sunday Cloudy scattered showers in Northwest and North Central portions slightly cooler in North Central portion. Georgia mostly Cloudy slightly warmer in South and Central portions possibly Light showers in Northwest and extreme North portions tonight sunday Cloudy scattered showers in North and West Central portions. Winds _ Sandy Hook to Hatteras fresh northerly winds Over North portion and fresh Southwest shifting to northerly Over South portion. Mostly Cloudy showers tonight and Over South portion sunday. Hatteras to Jacksonville moderate to fresh southwesterly winds Shuting to northerly Over extreme North portion sunday partly overcast weather tonight and sunday possibly scattered showers Over extreme North portion. Charlotte. A c., april is. Map a official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Min the principal Cotton growing area and elsewhere. Station Max min r fall Asheville. A 48 3x Atlanta. 74 56 of Augusta. 72 54 of Birmingham. 74 62 .00 Charlote ton. 66 62 .00 Charlotte. 54 00 Chicago. 32 36 .04 Columbia. 70 3� Denver. 42 2� la Detroit. 46 3� a a a Evansville. 72 a a -01 Galveston. 74 70 2 Greensboro. A a 3 Hatteras. A Jacksonville. 7� 82 key West. 82 a 50 Little Rock. 74 a m lot Angeles. A a Memphis. 7� a Meridian. 74 a a Miami. 78 i4 a a Miami. 78 74 2 Mph. 2 s of Mobile. 72 a or no. Mitchell. 4j Jujj new Orleans. 76 new York. 32 44 .00 Releigh. J4 san Antonio. W 72 a san Francisco. Of 48 .00 Spartanburg. To 32 of Tampa a a a a 2 Washington. 84 54 w Wilmyn flon. A a 5� a local . A. Group wins stale Honor Raleigh. April up a the North Carolina paint teacher Confra a recognised outstanding work in it activities during the last year by awarding four cups Given yearly. District three headed by or. I. 8. Horne of Charlotte and District ten. With mrs. Raymond Futon of new Bern in charge tied for the Bynum cup Given the District getting the largest number of life memberships the District Heads were awarded life memberships valued at $25 each. The Spruill cup Given to the districts getting the most new associations was tied for by District two under mrs. W. P. Dorsey of Ruth and District five headed by mrs. J. T. Fesperman of Kannapolis. Each District reported is associations formed. The Aycock cup for largest percentage increase in membership went to District eight under mrs. E. Stevens of Council. Mrs. I. A. Ward of Hertford chairman of District nine received the National Parent teacher mainline cup for getting the most subscriptions to the publication. Exhibit awards announced were general excellence Winner District six. Under mrs. L. B. Wall of Henderson Council awards. In order of placing Asheville Charlotte City of Durham Durham county and Raleigh the secondary school ribbon. Alexander Graham school of Charlotte elementary school awards in order of placing. A Eek school of Greensboro. Brentwood of High Point Boylan Heights of Raleigh e. K. Bowe of Durham. Elizabeth of Charlotte Frank Johnson of Salisbury Lewis of Raleigh Melter of Kannapolis Aud Thompson of Raleigh. Honorable mention went to Woodrow Wilson of Kannapolis Bra town of Durham and Central High of Greensboro. Tonight and All next week poultry and Flower show on the Midway Chemurgic Wand Waves and cow becomes sheep s competitor this is the fourth of six stories on chem orgy sciences contribution to the task of restoring the Farmer to Prosperity. By a i l i Higgens Nea service staff writer that 40.000,000,000 pounds of skim milk american Farmers Are pouring Over the Fence every year to their bogs might very Well be clothing the nation. It could he making Telephone hand sets steering wheels and scores of other plastic products As Well. Finally of another War comes this milk could be used to Seal clothing against passage of poisonous gases. That is How far chem orgy has gone to today in finding new uses for farm products. Out of the commonplace milk bottle have come enough discoveries to revolutionize the entire Dairy Industry. There is. For example synthetic milk Quot Wool which can now be made from milk Casein. It is washable will take Ordinary dyes. Is almost As durable As the natural product. It is not As warm however because it is solid whereas real Wool is hollow. But chem orgy does no to care about that. It does no to want the Western sheep men to get alarmed either. This synthetic Wool would be used in finishing Woolen Rayon and Cotton textiles. It would be valuable in extending the worlds inadequate Wool crop 12 Yards from 7 Poi mis this is How it is being used in i Italy today on a Large scale. One i Large Milan company can make 12 j Yards of Beautiful fabric with a Wool like Quality and finish from seven pounds of Casein. Extensive experiments have been made in the United states in recent months to produce this milk Wool commercially. Or. Earle o. Whittier and Stephen Gould of the United states Bureau of Dairy Industry hold the first american Quot Public service Quot Patent for this development. But a number of Patent applications have been made by other american scientists. Consider the Chemurgic possibilities of this single discovery. Approximately 4 6tootootoo pounds of skim milk Are available for processing in the United states annually according to the department of agriculture. Of this amount 38,000.000,000 pounds Are used As livestock feed less than 7,000,000,000 for human food and 1.000,000,000 for Casein. What might be done with 40,-000.000,000 pounds of skim milk chem orgy can make cloth out of Casein. It can make such plastics j As costume jewelry Telephone j hand sets steering wheels but i tons. It has produced a cellophane i Type of paper from skim milk i solids. If solid As Well As fibrous i products can be obtained from milk who can predict the multitude of articles that May eventually come to create new farm income to speculate the Cheur gifts. And they have ample grounds. The by products of milk Are a i fantastic lot. There is the rubber i like substance closely related to organic Glass. This is made from the Straw coloured liquid called whey what is left of milk after the Casein is obtained. It is transparent highly elastic Tough and does not Discolour in sunlight. Chem orgy already visualizes a number of uses for it but one of the potential uses May come in War. seals clothing against the passage of poisonous gases. Bugar Saver one Large commercial Dairy Plant is now Able to produce lactic acid by fermenting milk sugar of the whey left from Casein Manu a attire this Plant has found a Market for All its lactic acid but More could be made of new uses were found says or. Harry e. Barnard research director of the National farm Chemurgic Council. Recently the it. S. Bureau of Dairy Industry a found it possible to make a resin from lactic acid which promises to be useful in making varnishes and lacquers that Are resistant to alcohol and water and that adhere to metals. Still another notable achievement of he chem Gist is the utilization of whey for recovering valuable milk sugars. Laboratory experiments have also demonstrated the possibility of using Large quantities of Sweet whey in soup fruit whips and Candy. A process has been perfected by which the Small cheese factories can concentrate and preserve whey for Sale to food manufacturer and confectioners. Whey has also been found a Good source of Vitamin g or Riboflavin. A new product has thus been developed which is a Complex of protein Calcium and Hosp thou. Calcium deficiency is the most widespread deficiency in the american dietary. Casein for paper milk then May be expected to go far in advancing the Chemurgic idea. Casein is used very largely today by the paper Industry most of the 35,000,000 pounds produced annually going for that purpose. But since it is possible to use it in finishing textiles Cheur gifts visualize important new markets for a Large tonnage of surplus milk. The plastic Field May be extended at the same time. As a matter of fart chem orgy has gone so far that it has already developed two synthetic Wool. It can make this cloth out of soybeans As Well As milk. Thus chem orgy believes either Bossy or Beans May restore Prosperity to the Farmer yet. Next gasoline from com alcohol from Oats automobile from soybean. Sensational Aerial acts nightly Willis Ball Park la kill Point employers forum planned april 27 among the government officials j who will participate in the pm a players forum to be held on april 27 in the ballroom of the King Cotton hotel la g. R. Parker of Washington. D. C., regional director of the social Security Board for the states of North Carolina Virginia. West Virginia Maryland and the District of Columbia the regional director who has been asked to preside at the Allday meeting of employers will be introduced by John s. Patterson Secretary of i he chamber of Commerce. Or. Parker is scheduled to speak on the subject Quot objectives of the social Security his talk will include mention of recent developments in legislation concerning the Federal social Security act. Or. Parker is Well fitted to discuss problems arising tinder the social Security act with a group of business Leader by reason of his Long experience in the business world plus his experience in government service. Following his graduation in 1903 from Union College. Schenectady. N. Y., with the degree of Bachelor of engineering or. Parker held various positions in the electrical Industry and in foreign Trade. His later activities took hint into International merchandising largely in the far East. He was elected three consecutive times to the office of the president of the american exporters and importers association. His government service included work with the National recovery administration As regional director in charge of compliance work in the states of North Carolina Virginia. Maryland. New Jersey and Pennsylvania. After the social Security Road was organized. Or. Parker appointed regional director in Region in and subsequently he took Over the duties of acting chief of the Field service division which involved the establishment and organization of More than 300 Field offices of the social Security Board throughout the United states. The employers forum to which All business executives in the Greensboro and Winston Salem areas Are invited is sponsored by the Greensboro chamber of Commerce. Letters Are being sent to Chambers of Commerce in neighbouring towns inviting members of of those organizations to attend. The merchants association is also cooperating in holding this meeting. The open forum which will follow each government officials Brief talk will afford Opportunity for employers to discuss their problems and to ask questions concerning provisions of the Law which affect their business. The meeting will begin at to of clock and the morning session will be devoted to a discussion of old age insurance and the taxing provisions of the Federal social Security act. The afternoon will be Duke golfers a a urn champs in Semi finals crowned in foals i san Francisco april 15 j up a eight holders of Amateur boxing a most coveted crowns the National a. A. Champion a ships were pugilistic prides today i of cities from Honolulu to new Taylor paired against Brownell Castillo holds favored hide Athens a. April 15.�?<a> i who clvolan<1 claiming a championship match Between j the Hight Gur Valvorg of to entry the Southern and. R tue Anterro of jg2 Young gladiators of the conferences was assured today in ring of trued t0 Victory in the of finals of Tho Southern intend Najr night to Climax a three Legate Golf tournament. J Day Fristic carnival. Two Duke sharpshooters car Jose Mercado flyweight Leath ried the Banner of the older or Flinger captured for Hawaii Southern conference from which the Island territory s first nation he Southeastern was organized Al Amateur boxing Crown. A few Yenta ago into one of the morning s Semi final duels. They Are Joe Taylor and Bob Brownell. The Souchet Thierno a forces were Louisiana states favored Henry Castillo pitted against georgian Tai horse contender Elliott Waddell. Bill speary. Philadelphia bantamweight retained the title in that division for the third successive year. Another defending Champion. Bill Eddy of Flint mich., kept his title in he featherweight division. The lightweight Crown went to George toy Clever Cleveland s i Ati Shamis Jhahleh . Shiff Greenville april a Charles w. Shuff 4 7, manager for the last 17 years of the local Branch of the Imperial tobacco company died in a Hospital Here yesterday after several month of failing health. His funeral will be held Here tomorrow morning. Surviving Are his widow a daughter Phyllis two sons Charles and Earl of Greenville two Brothers James of Roanoke va., l. Earl of Danville. Va., and a sister mrs. Strathmore Owen also of Danville. Shuff had been in 111 health since he suffered a stroke in december 1937. The finals Are scheduled in fighter the afternoon. I cozy storage flashy Rome. N. Castillo 22-year-old native of i y., welterweight Defeated James Strain Rode into the favorite s Bivins Cleveland. Negro but the Iole yesterday with the Moat decision of the judges brought convincing victories in the fifth books from the fans. Annual meet. He eliminated Jack Weisard h a i is Cincinnati be Cooke of Georgia tech. 5 and Bro. Won the 160-Pound division 3, Atter stopping Bill Burke of j a a Vns Alabama in the ural round Jim Reeves Cleveland negro won the 175-Pound division. In the heavyweight division Tony Novak grabbed the title for in the nest round a and 4. Castillo was three under Par for the 32 holes. ,. Waddell Georgia a no. 4 play 1 no ago. Or and a Sophomore scored sue-1 a Desaive 1-up decisions Over Lee. Damsel of l s. And Guy Chet Brown meets Leslie rallies enabled Duke to keep Taylor in Biltmore finals two contenders in the running. Taylor Caille from behind to eliminate Emile Zachariah of l. S. U., i up after beating Georgia a Sonny Swift 2 and i. Brownell also rallied to trim Henry Russell Duke. 3 and i Atter a i up Victory Over Tommy Nicol Alabama. Skip Alexander. Dukes Ace and a pre tourney favorite stumbled before Cooke in the opening round 2 and i. Berner trimmed Edgar Hudson of Alabama Zachariah beat Ray Puttman of Davidson and Russell eliminated Hudson Boyd of North Carolina All by i up in the other first round matches. Asheville. April 15.�? up �?-1 the 36-Hole final round of the j Biltmore country clubs invite a Hon Golf tournament for men mrs. Ody Smith Lumberton april 15.�? pm mrs. Coy Smith 62, died in a Hospital Here today of injuries suffered yesterday when she was struck by a piece of Timber being used to pry Loose a guano truck stuck in a Bridge near Here. Coroner d. W. Biggs said the death was accidental and no inquest would be held. He said he understood mrs. Smith was looking on As several men worked to free the truck which had lodged when a Section of the Bridge collapsed under its weight. The Timber under the wheels suddenly flew out striking mrs. Smith As the truck pulled out Biggs said. Amended complaint is sent Chet Brown of Asheville j filed by Jas. M Intyre against Leslie Taylor of Ruther a Ford ton today. Brown came through the Semi finals yesterday with a 5 and 4 Victory Over Paul Cushman of j Greenville s. Cd a and Taylor Elm i mated Albert Neal of Marion one up in a match that ended on the 22nd Hole. Wrestling last night by the associated press Philadelphia. A Jim Lon Dos. 202, St. Louis won Over George Pencheff. 215, Australia 59 41. Pencheff Hurt unable to continue Portland Schaef Ferm 197, California Defeated King Kong Frankenstein 191, new York. He Elk i Wildcat Evanston 111.�?ike Kepford upcoming Sophomore halfback from Kalamazoo mich., has won every sprint race of the Northwestern Spring Grid session. Devoted to the subject of unemployment compensation and related taxing provisions. Or. Pat added incentive Terson. Secretary of the chamber Cincinnati Ernie Lombard of Commerce emphasized the fact reds Catcher who won the a that every employer in this Section tonal league batting title last of the state is invited to attend season will receive a share of whether or not he belongs to the Stock from one of the club s Dij chamber of Commerce or to the rectors if he hits .340 or better i merchants association. This year. A special to the Kate Pruc Greensboro april 15. A James Mcintyre of High Point yesterday filed in the office of the clerk of Guilford county Superior court an amendment to his complaint in a suit asking $5,000 actual and $ 1,000 punitive damages from Fred n. Tate and the Continental furniture company. In the original complaint Mcintyre alleged that he was discharged by or. Tate bemused he refused to sign an anti Union pledge. Denying that he had an operation at the company a expense Mcintyre in his amended complaint gives the name of Clark Clynard As that of the Man who alleges came to him in the fall of 1938 and asked him to sign an Antl Union pledge <3 Mcintyre asks for $5,000 actual damages on the grounds that he a been unable to secure a Job in High Point since and $1.-1 too punitive damages on the j grounds that the action of Tate i and the company was malicious. That users of newspaper space always reap Good returns. Well written advertising always gives the Public a Good impression of the business that it advertises. There never was and never will be any form of advertising As Good As newspaper advertising. # advertising produces sales. People know the business concern that advertises Sells the largest amount of Quality merchandise to the greatest number of people and by having a Large turnover they Are Able to sell at the lowest possible Price. Successful business men attribute a Large amount of their Success to the proper use of newspaper space. Time lost can never be regained. Done to lose time. Keep Busy. Advertise the greatest service in business is newspaper advertisements. They serve both the buyer and the seller. Steady consistent advertising backed by reliable merchandise always makes a successful business. Merchants Wise advertise in the High Point Enterprise did you Ever Stop to think

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