High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 19 1940, Page 2

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 19, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page the Tuch Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry he in i my i i i Iii i Civ \ Jyi la it. I j Tvr More a dutch will resist continued from Page one a it pc from Here an enemy lying behind will find Ilia Way obstructed in the most drastic manner. This secures each of the fighting parties. And his gives us the right to Trust even More in the word Given both sides that our neutrality will lie the Extension of martial Lawhe explained a was to Anchor More solidly the government _ London is applauding a mouse which ran Over a lion s Paw in the zoo and escaped. Mid Western delegation takes a or tour through local factories annual meeting of american a ,7. Theatre today Center Batter than a a Dolce City Errol Flynn Miriam Hopkins Quot Virginia City with Randolph Scott a Alan Hale Humphrey Bogart frat urea Start at to hours of thrills and fun for everyone 3 mesh dieters a in a Quot pioneers of the West Quot Kytka Andy Clyde a Money squad so a aug a Shapow no. 9 latest news a Harmou it on stage biggest Little stage show on Toch Jack Shea s radio round up headline acts Beautiful girl seats ton Iti or a a Creen by la Lugosi a Haj i Mav vat Titi kit Quot Carolina those High Gray Walls with am kit Tov and a of gangster sport Novelty color cartoon Charley Chase comedy matinee est night Lee Rialto Walnut manufacturing association held at Sedgefield some 25 Walnut lumber and veneer manufacturing executives of the mid West today made a tour of inspection through High Point and Thomasville furniture manufacturing plants. The tour was conducted As a part of the program of the annual meeting of the american Walnut manufacturing association of Chicago which is being held at Sedgefield. The delegation representing principal Walnut lumber and veneer firms of Chicago Cincinnati Kansas City Louisville and other mid Western cities arrived in Winston Salem yesterday afternoon on special pullmans and from there proceeded to Sedgefield for the meeting. Members of the association have invited to be their guests in the program beginning today Aud continuing through sunday furniture manufacturers from All Over the Southeast and from 75 to too manufacturers from the Virginia Carolina area were expected to arrive for the dinner meeting at Sedgefield inn this evening. Today a program also includes a Golf tournament open to both members of the association their representatives in this Section and invited guests. Prizes will be awarded at the dinner tonight. A full program of entertainment has been arranged for the dinner meeting. The regular business part of the in eting was held on the train. Members discussed advertising and marketing problems and plans. Burdett Green Secretary Raan Ager of the association said the group would discuss at the meeting tonight advertising display. J. C. Rodahaffer president of Penrod Jurden Clark company of Kansas City mo., will outline the 25-year history of the organisation. Tomorrow and sunday the association will hold it annual Golf tournament which heretofore has been held at French lick. Ind. The meeting this year is the first the association has held in the South where furniture plants Coil sume millions of feet of w 4jnut veneer each month Quot making them the largest customers of the Cabinet Wood Industry is or Green put it More about mouse to take continued from Page one ploy Era to petition the labor Board for a collective bargaining election and insure for at least one year the valid operation of a Legal employer employee contract. Seek new Board a majority of the Smith committee would create a new National labor Board separate its judicial and administrative functions and revamp much of the Board s current procedure. The exact time when the so called Quot rules on the two sets of amendments can be presented to the House will depend largely on the wishes of administration Leader. Garlic Holp fight intestinal poisoning dim ? frequent headache in tee Tina poisoning from harmful bacteria la your Colon mar Bath Causa. Came la to Mann drug co. Todar and Gat a tan. From in Al trial Pac age of odourless dear Boen Carlie Tablet. So boo you feel to a coast of sags i a weather North Carolina and South Carolinas occasional rate this afternoon and tonight probably ending saturday slightly cooler saturday and in mountains tonight. Virginia a showers tonight and saturday slightly cooler in Southwest portion and slightly warmer in extreme North portion saturday. Winds 8andy Hook to Hatteras a Aua Iraa fresh South winds showers Over Central and South and moderate North winds tonight shifting to fresh Northeast and East on Saui Day Over extreme North portion weather overcast with showers Over South and rain Over North portion tonight and saturday. Hatteras to Jacksonville a fresh to moderately strongly Southeast and South winds this afternoon and tonight becoming moderate Southwest and West saturday overcast weather with occasional showers. Charlotte. April 19�? apr official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. In. In the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station Atlanta Boston. Charleston. Charlotte. Chicago. Columbia. Denver. Detroit. Evansville. Galveston. Greensboro. Hatteras. Jacksonville. Key West. Little Rock. Los Angeles. Memphis. Meridian. Miami. Minn St. A. Mobile. It. Mitchell new Orleans. New Yore. Raleigh. Antonio. Oan Francisco Spartanburg. Tampa. Washington. Wilmington. H l. Fall. 70 56 ,3073 62 .81to 64 .00 is .6046 39 .2978 66 .0073 63 .0045 37 .0083 64 .0070 41 of. 48 36 .0046 42 .1280 47 .0073 56 .0072 63 .00la 6978 to .0046 let 43 .62a s3 .00 so 46 .90 f. Y. 69 46 1.42 a a a a. 79 74 .00 it. 64 44 of. 72 56 1.3349 43 .0073 54 1.0154 47 in. To 61 .0067 43 .0066 53 of. 74 As of. 60 to .0073 a .0373 66 of aaa a by exactly As shown in its famed Atlanta premiere gone with the wino Toda y and tomorrow while this engagement ii limited this production will not be shown anywhere except at advanced prices. At least until 1941. The weekday and matinees wit l be usual continuous performance with no received seat you May come anytime from 10 00 a. In. Up to 2 30 p in. And see a Complete performance. Reserved seats on Sale at Palace Box office for night show All seats reserved night shows 7 39 p. Mall seats reserved ii do plus tat continuous weekdays not reserved 7sc More about nazis sink Coli nuts from Cage one Clang 9.100 tons had been torpedoed North of the Shetland. It said that the commander of the submarine involved had returned to port and reported the Cruiser a destroyed by an internal explosion immediately after a torpedo hit her. Publication of a decree by Adolf Hitler of amnesty for physicians dentists and pharmacists convicted of offences against their professional rules committed before last sept. I coincides with preparations for Celebration tomorrow of the fuehrer Slat birthday. Decherd april it the amnesty actually was decreed april 6 but not published until yesterday in the official Law Gazette. The sept. I limit for the amnesty coincides with the Date that Germany went to War with Poland the actual Start of the european conflict. A is the custom. Hitlers anniversary tomorrow will be celebrated on a nationwide scale but the Celebration will be subdued because of the War. Key nazis however prepared to pour out their Flowe Riest phrases of Praise for the fuehrer. Speeches broadcast throughout the country in Hitler s Honor will be a major portion of the Observance of the anniversary of his birth at Brunau Austria near the German Border. More about germans repulsed continued from rage one Heim Storlien railway give the blueprint for Battle. Herr ugly Coati i is the struggle for control of the norwegian skies is continuing but still undecided Between nazi airmen and those of the British Royal air Force and the air Arm of the Fleet. Tile British press however expressed Confidence that powerful naval forces flanking Norway could turn a Victory for the Allied land newspapers held that the germans had been Cut off from effective help from the German Fleet which was described As crippled in tile first week of the norwegian Campaign. Aerial transport of German troops was minimised. Nevertheless the London news chronicle demanded q u in k e r action in Norway and hinted that police raids continued on the Homes of other Stoyadinovic followers. Action begun several Days Aro to investigate germans established in Frontier regions and suspected of being potential members of a nazi Quot fifth column also was intensified by police and gendarmes. Fifty other arrested sources close to the government recalled the recent arrest of 50 germans in Northern Yugoslavia near the German Frontier. They were charged with measuring and mapping Bridges railroads strategic highways and other military objectives. Police at the time revealed that the germans had entered the country by presenting documents signed by Stoyadinovic when he was Premier from 1936 to 1939 giving them the privilege of Quot prospecting for German Quot Trojan horses relieved at work Budapest april 19.�? up a Germany was suspected in Many quarters of the Balkans today of having rolled Quot Trojan horses into the Little Southeastern countries. The Reich according to these circles has embarked on a policy of sending thousands of germans into Southeastern Europe and making deals with disgruntled nationals so that internal crises might be provoked and puts Hes be attempted whenever such events might serve term any sends. Relentless Campaign whatever Germany a alms it is a fact that Southeastern european countries Are waging a relentless Campaign to exterminate pro nazi elements suspected of preparing the Way for an eventual German invasion. They began acting after the German invasion of Norway. Hungary. Yugoslavia and Rumania met the asserted threat by clamping a tighter control on All foreigners. An Tai two countries went Forward with plans to expel numerous germans. Mrs. W. L. Hutchins to head ministers wives elected at Salisbury Salisbury april 19.�?</p a ministers wives attending the annual meeting of the woman a missionary society of the Western North Carolina conference of the Walter b. West of Salisbury president yesterday to succeed mra. W. L. Hutchins of Waynesville. They chose mrs. C. C Herbert of Concord vice president and mrs. J. T. Bowman of Waynesville treasurer. Mrs. O. M. Litaker of Charlotte continues in office As Secretary. The meeting was the last of the society in its present form. It becomes a part of the new women s society for Christian education As soon As the unification of the three branches of methodism is completed. A provisional conference made up of representatives of the three methodist branches named three delegates to the provisional jurisdictional conference in Asheville on May 24. Those named were mrs. P. N. Peacock of Salisbury mrs. W. C. Hammer of Asheboro and mrs. A a. Newell. The following were nominated for membership on the general Board and for presidents of the women s missionary group in the there branches of the Church mra. C. C. Weaver of Charlotte the methodist episcopal Church South mrs. R. N. Andrews of Greensboro methodist protestant Church and mrs. R. C. Kennedy of Besemer City methodist episcopal Church. Governor Hoey throws support behind Hull Raleigh april 19.�? up a gov. Clyde r. Hoey expressed the Hope in a statement last night that North Carolinas 26 votes in the democratic National convention would be cast for Cordell Hull. The governor Leader of the state democratic party for the last three years and a half made no direct reference to a Quot North Carolina for Roosevelt movement launched a week ago by prominent state democrats. Predicts nomination Hoey said he had a Quot very Good reason to believe that president Roosevelt would support Hull and predicted that Hull would be nominated in the Chicago convention. Quot it is generally conceded a said Hoey Quot that if president Roosevelt is a candidate that he will be nominated on the first ballot and probably without serious opposition. A a naturally Secretary Hull will not contest with the president but on the contrary i have very Good reason to believe that president Roosevelt Wil indicate his preference for his Secretary of sees Hull Only Man Hoey said that Hull was the Only Man except or. Roosevelt a who has thorough familiarity with present International affairs. The Secretary of state he said has every qualification to direct the country a foreign policy a without although the state legislature and several other groups have passed resolutions urging that the states delegates to the Chicago convention be instructed to vote for Hoey on the first ballot the governor said a no Good purpose would be served by this action. New York stocks new York april 19�? up a while less nervousness was apparent in Wall Street today the Stock Market continued to experience rallying qualms. Here and there recoveries crept into the list in the Forenoon but Many of these were subsequently cancelled and near the fourth hour with volume Light losses of fractions to around a Point predominated for leaders. New York. April 19.�? a �?2 p. In. Stocks Adams exp. 7a Adams Millis. 24, air reduce. 48-% Alaska Jun. 6u Al chem a Dye 177 n. C. Congress of parents and teachers adopts resolutions advocates retirement system for school employees and addition of twelfth year my. Tax. Palace theatre Thomasville n. C. David Selznick s v Margaret Mitchell a it a Aiom Hill a gone with the wind a technicolor Clark Gable a i Juvy Ltd a ii 11 a Iii Howard a de h Avi Llano Ted return Quot Vivien Leigh set us vhf a Selznick International picture dim Aly Victor Fleming atm Etc Iid Kir How a. A us Ash a metro Goldwyn Meyer belts be of you Haven t tried our delicious Steak Sandwich with 5uzy-q potatoes you d Heller top today Rainbow diner 301 North main Street More about further Steps f tinned from Page one facing educator namely i the education of the mama eat shall teaching be for the highest the lowest or the average 2 school a hindered in that there la no reliable pattern to follow 3 parents share dilemma with schools. The main theme of his talk. However was the danger attendant to too much Freedom and the speaker urged parents and educators to Quot apply the Quot it does not require a Genius to find fault with the present social order Quot he said Quot and it take Little imagination to picture a better world. The problems Quot he continued a is to find the right method to achieve it without ruining what we already he warned against Quot change for the Sake of change Quot and advised parents to Quot put America children on guard against sudden Quot we who Are genuinely interested in our boys and girls today Are somewhat alarmed because of an Over dose of Strong Medicine namely continuing on the same line of thought or. Rose declared that Quot it is our immediate problem to apply the brakes to this present precipitous movement toward unlicensed Freedom possibly anarchy. Study of the past he advised a study of the past. Not because we can always find a parallel problem and its solution in history but because Quot we the North Carolina Congress j of parents and teachers today i went on record As advocating a retirement system for school employees the addition of a twelfth year to the state. Bool Sti tem the Tuc vase of the compulsory school attendance age limit to 16 years and the expansion of Federal Aid to education As More than 600 unanimously passed the report of the resolutions committee made at the final session this morning. The resolutions presented by Charles f. Carroll jr., superintendent of High Point City schools and chairman of the resolutions committee also included recommendations for higher salaries for teachers provisions for sick leave for school employees on the same basis As accorded other state employees. Expansion of adult education fixing the Load limit of school buses and improvement of secondary roads compulsory immunization against diphtheria state Aid to libraries and change in regulations governing teacher allotment to prevent absence due to communicable diseases and hazardous weather conditions effecting allotment of teachers. Wider use of school buildings for Community recreational and educational programs further emphasis on school sanitation and safety education and the enforce ment of Laws pertaining to Quot actual or probable gambling devices were also recommended and the state association further went on record on behalf of the Neely Bill against compulsory Block hooking and Blind Selling of motion pictures. Frank l. Judish is heard by kiwanis Speaks on subject of vocational education Alleghany. 13-16 Allis Chal mfg. 333� am can 1143 am car Fly. 25 am come Alco. 7 am pow act. 3 a am radar St s8am Roll Mill. 143 am smelt a ref. 50 am Bug ref. 21, a t a t 172 am Toh b90 a Anaconda. 29s Arm 1116-�, a t at s f22 a c l16� j att ref. 22 Atlas pow. 72 4 a lat corp. 7 4 j Baldwin. 15 b a o44 a Barnsdall. 114a i i Brand la a lat. 334 j Beth Btl. 764 j i Boeing Airl. 244 i Borden. 22>� j Borg Warner. 22 Briggs mfg. 22 Budd mfg. 4 j Budd wheel. 34 radio. 64 Rem Rand. 9 rep Btl. 204 Reynolds b424 seab a l4 Scab Oil. Is scars. 85 4 Shell in. 124 Socony vac. Ujj Sou Pac. 124 Sou by. 151 std brands. 71, std of Cal. 224 std Oil id. 274 Stet of n j40 Stewart Warner. 75 Studebaker. 97, Swift 24 Tex corp. 453 Timken det a. 244 trans Amer. 57, trans a West air. 193, in Carh a in Pac. 95 unit Aire. 48 4 unit corp. 24 unit drug. A j unit a jilt 814 i unit Gas Imp. 12 j u s ind Alco. 234 j u 8 pipe a a j 35 j u s rub. 32�?�> j u s steel 584 Vanadium. 35 j Vick chem. 441 i Vacaro chem. 31. J Warner pie 3j4 j Western Union. 224 West elec a mfg. Hui i Wilson. Woolworth i yell t a c a a Youngs s a t sales 840,000. 4 64 40 174 414 Burl Mui. Bur add Mach Calumet Achee can dry. Can Pac. Cannon Miu �?7. Lateran trac. Champ p a p ,. Che a of m St p a p pad Chrysler Colum o a e come credit. Come solv. Com with a Sou Consol Bdl. Con of. Cont can. Corn prod. Curtiss Wright Curtiss Wright a. Del Lack a w Doug Aire. Dow chem. Do pent. Eastman Kod. Elec Auto la Frank l. Judish vocational education director at the High school addressed the kiwanis club at tto meting today at noon at the Elwood hotel. Vocational guidance started or. Judish said in 1917. During the world War the need for this work became apparent and today the Smith Hughe act provides Federal Aid for carrying on this program. He George Dean act provides Federal Aid for courses in salesmanship. The Aid consists in payment of from one third to two thirds of teachers salaries with the schools providing the equipment necessary for carrying on the work. At the present or. Judish said j else pow act he has 32 members enrolled in i Firestone. Vocational education most of i for Eph it sul a a whom work part time. The student tan thereby earn while he is studying and the additional training provides him with knowledge for doing his work in a More efficient manner. Walter Hester of the Enterprise advertising department was Wel a corned into the club As a new member. Delegate to the inter j National convention in june were j named. They were e. M. Dudley and a h. Kearns with r. H. Sequent and j. Allen Austin As Al Ternate. Visitors today were e. M. Warder of Toledo o., a r. Brown. K. R. Fountain Rev. C. N. Royal and daughter miss Ruth Royal All of High Point and Kewanian j la. F. Bogie of Winston Salem 19 104 i 7,j 304 5 39 j so i 2 394 3-16 Goebbels raps War of papers Calls British phase of attack stupid Berlin april 19.�? apr Brit is ii efforts to bring about a split my Between Adolf Hitler and the Ger j a Man people is Quot the Quot a j phase of British n 4 most stupid War politics the fighting forces were not being Given free rein by Quot some important members of the it Falls Dardanelles Quot we cannot afford to take it easy a the newspaper argued. Quot Norway must not be another Dardanelles a this referred to the ill fated Allied Campaign against the turkish defended Gateway to the Black sea in the world Var to achieve a Supply Contact with the russian Imperial forces fighting Germany authoritative diplomatic quarters declared that the British government was not treating the norwegian front As a Quot sideshow and that the germans would encounter the full might of the Alii May profit from a knowledge of the mistakes and achievement of those who have Ion before us concluding his remarks the speaker declared that Quot our great educational system exists As a necessary companion to a democratic government. A Are tree in All respect but one a he asserted. Quot but we Are not free to tolerate the destruction of our or. Rose was introduced by judge d c. Macrae As Quot first and Foremost an mayor Arthur Kirkman welcomed the delegates to the City. A m. Gramman director of the Extension division of the University of North Carolina acted a toastmaster. Mrs. J. G. Briggs and mra. R. T. Amos Sang a duet accompanied by mrs. W. B. Hall at the piano. Election of of fic Erh included in the afternoon yes Aion yesterday was the election of two officers the Only ones scheduled for election during the three Day convention. Mrs. Jerry Strader of Burlington was elected to the office of recording Secretary and mrs. Raymond Fuson of new Bern was chosen first vice president of the state Congress of Parent and teachers As the final feature of the session. Another highlight of this session was a panel discussion led by 8. Marlon Justice state supervisor of occupational information and guidance of Raleigh which was designed to bring out the i Short coming of the present school curriculum and Point out the needs of various changes. Participating in the panel discussion were miss Lillian Wyatt of the n. Y. A. Training Center Greensboro who pointed out these needs from the standpoint of a colies graduate and the following High school students Mabel Mcmurray j ii ii in Wilson. Glenn Payne and Thurman Albertson who gave the students Vera Lon of these subjects in the curriculum. Mrs. Doyle d. Alley state president. Was the presiding officer for this session which opened with a processional of National and state life and Hoard member and past state presidents followed by Assembly singing. Following adjournment delegates and visitors were taken to Tomlinson s furniture showrooms where they saw an elaborate display of period furniture by Courtesy of that firm. Afterwards Many took advantage of the Opportunity of attending the antique show held at the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Building by the Early american arts club of which mrs w. G. Ragsdale jr., is president Aud others visited local gardens on the pilgrimage arranged by the High Point Council of Garden clubs in connection with the Garden fortnight sponsored by the North Carolina Gar of a it ii clubs. More about orders probe continued from pane one speaker for the democratic National convention. The president did not mention any names Al his press conference but at the Capitol senators Barkley of Kentucky Byrnes of South Carolina. Pepper of Florida. And Lee of Oklahoma were among those talked about a pos Bible keynotes. Cd Muni Ato expelled Toronto april 19.�?t, a i the Toronto District labor Council decided by a vote of 122 to 58 last night to expel from its floor All delegates who Are members of the communist party. Gen elec. Gen goods. Gen . Gillette. Glidden Goodrich. Goodyear. Of nor by pad Bud . Hupp . Ill cent. Int Harvest int Nick can int Tel is t�1 John Mao Kennicott Kroger Groc Libby o r of Lagg a Myers b loess ,. Loft. Lon lard Louis St Nash Mack truck Mccrory stores Mont Ward Murray corp Nash Kelv. Nat Bise sat c Aeh Reg Nat Dairy prod Nat dust. Nat Lead. Nat pow act. N y cent. No am a lat North am. Nor Pac. Ohio of. Oils Kiev. Pac g Aee. Pac Mills. Packard. Par am up. Barani pad i Penney j open r r ,.,. Phtllis pet. Pitt Ber a. Pullman. Pure Oil. Propaganda minister Paul Joseph in Goebbels Ald tonight in a radio 7j address on the eve of hitlers 471. Fifty first birthday. 58.a Unity exists 104 Goebbels asserted that in the 28 a Unity that exists Between the fuehrer and the German people i Lien the Reich a greatest strength. Quot the German people laugh at i such efforts a Goebbels said he added that the British con a Tention that Hitler ism is the Nian j Ismie of the War is completely discounted by the German people which realizes that the existence of the Reich is at stake in j that defeat now would mean a disastrous peace. Harmony All work none complain a1 i eagerly await his word of he said. Quot figuratively the whole nation will Parade past him tomorrow. In the procession will be the soldiers in Norway 1 he men Iii our a Hoats. Farmers labourers the Home and the Battle fronts. A the prayer in every heart and the words on ail lips will be a Long live our Hitler a 44. 874 169 1854 155 39 34 194 354 37 48, 53 64 174 174 314 23 34. To. 56. 304 34. 67. 36 334 48 4 108 344 324 23. 544 264 164 304 24 a 17 a 234 304 8 134 23 214 8 74 134 334 144 34 74 9 94 214 3�4 24, 104 a bees inside warned a notice one a mail Box near Melbourne Australia English Street curb Market More food for lest Money a phone 6221 and be convinced get our 4ppm/s/tl on your 1936-�?T37-�?T38 car see what you re missing de Soto priced $20to$48 lower than last year�?of-fera39important features not found in your �?T36-�?T37-�?T38 car seatsupto8 wider inmost cases 5 to 15 More horsepower a wheelbase Tolo longer. And at least 36 other big features you re missing now see us for top allowance on your old car. Drive this great new de Soto built by the Chrysler corporation de luxe Coupe de luxe Sedan �?T$451905 delivered it Detroit Michigan. Federal Taie included. Transportation state and local Tate of any Aitra. Fancy tender if Green Beans 5c tender yellow 4 la Squash .25c new red hid no. I 4 lbs. Potatoes. 17c fancy Basket strawberries to Nice Bunch celery 5c Blue plate of. Mayonnaise 25c fresh Spring 4 lbs. Cabbage. 10c fresh Garden 3 lbs. Peas25c no. I Gobbler to lbs. Potatoes .27c Dainty disc nit 34 lbs. Furniture City motors inc. 7d2 North Alain Street phone 8200 Flea Gss eyed de Soto flour _85c fancy la. Spinach. ,5c fresh Yard Doz. Eggs 35c fat fryers fat hens Hunch radishes Bunch turnips. Spring onions Hunch Cartos Bell Pepper cucumbers Nice oranges Good Grapefruit phone 6221 free delivery

Search all High Point, North Carolina newspaper archives

Explore other publications from High Point, North Carolina

All newspaper archives for April 19, 1940

Browse