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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Echon b local news and Wani ads in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section a local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 55 no. 115 my Meek associated pm Ess High Point. N. Pm is now Mohning Papiol 23, 1939 Complete Nea service Price finl Genisiy election Campaign becomes exciting h a me trusts secure important speakers Ito take in Canadian wilds. C. Chiropractors o hold convention n City May 5 and 6 attendance of 200 members of state organization expected at annual meeting the North Carolina Chiro raptors association will meet ire in 23rd annual convention i Day and saturday May 5 by 6, with an expected attendee of about 20 1 members of e profession their wives and tends. Or. E. P. Brenner of High Point is president of the so elation or. Hal Pittard of Ford vice president and or. D. Coleman of Durham see re treasurer. Convention to or Clyde Erwin to i so dec address at Middle it May College Cira Dualon Over 10,000 persons Are registered \ the democratic party will go into the City election Here May 2 with a registration advantage Over its opposition of More than two to one. Of the 10.23,1 persons registered on the books at closing time last night 6.943 were listed As democrats 2,397 As republicans a full program is being planned and 911 As independents. The Fig the two Day meeting include a visit to the local furniture stories. Special social Metivi to Are being prepared by the a Liary whose officers Are re. W. A in offer of Kinston resident mrs. B m. Jarrett of Elby Fise vice president mrs. Ures were compiled and tabulated after a Survey made by the Enterprise last night. Despite the apparent disadvantage in the figures Republican Headquarters Here last night claimed the party has a sufficient Stratton to win the election p. Brenner of High Point and predicted a Victory. Ond vice president mrs. M mar of Raleigh Secretary and s. C. C. Cox of Durham to easer. I. Hader to speak in outstanding feature of the invention for the profession will the appearance of or. O. C. Der Dean of National College chiropractic of Chicago who la give a series of lectures on latest research disco Erica d techniques. He will speak h Friday and saturday other tails of the program with the Tai activities will be announced in. The stale Board of chiropractic airliners will also formally it on thursday. May 4, to act examinations for applicants King licenses in North carols the Board members Are t. F. Hoft of Raleigh presi it or. F. R Burris of Len Inton vice president and or. H. Primers of Rocky mount rotary treasurer a Oca Bankers to be osts in group meet Bankers of group 5, state association ill hold session Sedgefield May 6 four local Banks the Wacho a Bank and Truet company. A car it y National Bank High runt same and to com my and the Hood Ludu i a i Bank will be hot to roup 5, North Carolina rankers Anocia Tion. In the annual meet g May 6, at Sedgefield inn it a announced last night. Haynes Mcfadden of Atlanta a. Editor and publisher of the Mathern banker will be the dec pal speaker for lie Occa in Over of Bank topics iting Alamance Caswell David i a Forsyth Guilford Randolph Rockingham. Stokes Surry. Wit s and Yadkin counties com Ising group 5, Are expected to i in attendance. Garland Johnson vice president i a the Bank of Elkin is Cin Uran of the group c. A Ory jr., vice president and ust officer. Security National j bilk of Greensboro is a a rotary measurer. Tho advisory Council is com sed of a representative from us of the la counties in the our. The members Are j. H. Ibson of Burlington. Alamance minty s it my on. Of Valle v Ile Caswell county j. W. My j Pinion of Lexington David on aunty c. S Sta Huek. Of win on Salem Forsyth county e. I Mclean of Greensboro Luil re county . J. Armfield of Shelton Randolph county. Slayton of Draper rocking in county t. J. Byerly of a Iii ii t Cove Stokes county m. Matthews of Pilot mourn in. Surry county w. W. Barr j North Wilkesboro. Wilkes Unity and k ii Barnard of Ulm Oville Yadkin county the sessions of the group meeting will open at 5 80 of Ork saturday afternoon May 6, Ith an advisory Council discus on. At 7 30 of clock officers ill be elected a 1 5ard. The business session will i followed by the address of r. Mcfadden. $ Jem by w. A. Copeland ice Ted for anthology William a. Copeland of 1201 Ain Avenue has had r poem Heptad for inclusion Iii a the Odds fat anthology 1939,�?T cording to word received Here oui up 1 11 Sinei of i he Book or. Copeland competed in a Oft poetry prize Tom Petit iou he h is till up ii to poets. Chairman Walter l. York stated that not Leas than 1,500 of the voters who registered As Democrat Are actually republicans and will vote the Republican ticket in its entirety on election Day. In connection with the statement he revealed what he described As a hit of mane vering concocted in Republican circles to counteract the Handicap of a new registration. Knowing that they would be unable to Register during the week and knowing it a practical impossibility to Register ail of its i voters on the three saturdays a1 i noted under the Law republicans j set about to get names of their party members on the Hooks by t registering them As democrats he stated. The chairman contended that with the number of independents and regular democrats expected to vote the democratic ticket the 1 party has a Good Chance for a Victory. The showing of the party in registration yesterday was not up to that of the preceding saturday when nearly 1.200 names were placed on the Hooks. While democrats last week were placing 2.-094 ii a in. On the books republicans got Only 686. Republicans made their great j est show of strength in the fourth i Ward normally a stronghold of i the party. They also showed considerable strength in two precincts j of the third Ward and one in the i first. However the party failed to carry any one precinct. Registration books will remain i open monday and tuesday of this week. They w ill be dosed finally j tuesday evening at 6 10 of clock. Challenge Day is set for next saturday and hearing will be i held on the challenges if any the following monday. The hours for both dates Are from 9 a. In. To i continued on Page a Sec. It or. Robert l. Swain new York Magazine Kelt Lor. And representative Durham to speak the editor of a a drug topics a Robert l. Swain of new York City will be the featured speaker at the 60th annual convention of the North Carolina pharmaceutical association to i he held in the Sheraton hotel i Here from May 16 through May 18, it was announced yesterday by a. Coke Cecil program i chairman who received notice from \ c. Fordham jr., of Greensboro president of the state organization. Other featured speakers on the program include Dean r. B. House of the University of North j Carolina United states represents e Carl t. Durham of Chapel Hill third vice president of the pharmaceutical association or. I m. L. Jacobs of Chapel Hill and i or. B. W. Kilgore state department of agriculture Cha mkt. Or. Swain past president of the National association of i boards of pharmacy will speak on the development of the Federal pure food and drug act. A recognized authority in american pharmaceutical circles he will explain the responsibilities of druggists in connection with the fed Oral act. Or. Swain will speak thursday morning on a sym pos i 1 cum program along with or. Kil Gore and e. F. Rimmer chairman i of the association papers and queries committee. Representative Durham win speak during the wednesday aft Vernoon session. Besides these speakers Brief talks w ill be made by miss Carolyn Cox of Greensboro Joe p. I turns Ali of Chapel Hill a l. Moose of Asheville and e. D. Cox. In additions to these feature sneakers reports will be made by chairmen of the various Assoria j lion committees. The convention will begin tuesday morning with a general session in the hotel and will conclude with the installation of new officers Phil d. Gattis of Raleigh. President Joe hotting Worth of it. Airy vice president and Dean j. G. Beard of the uni j Hersity of North Carolina school of pharmacy Secretary. V. F. W. Installation of officers monday night new of Ere of High Point Post no. 619, veterans of foreign wars will he installed at a meeting of the Post to be held monday night at 7 30 of clock at the Hall it was announced last night. Raymond Cooke of Winston Salem. A state department officer will install the new officials. All members were urged to be present. Cancer control drive for funds announced largest senior Lla it Iii 4 history of institution ill be graduated on May 29 the largest senior class in the history of High Point it ollege will be graduated from that institution on monday morning May 29, it was Learned yesterday from or. \ r. Hinshaw of the faculty of the College. Or. Clyde a. Erwin state superintendent of Public instruction of Raleigh will deliver the graduating address in the College i auditorium. There will be apr proximately 85 graduates which is an increase of about 25 Over the next largest graduating class. The annual musical recitals of i senior class members w ill be held i on thursday night May 25. On Friday night the annual oratorio Aal and essay contests will Bel held. The 8. Robinowitz medal will be awarded the Best Ora i Tor. And the Charlotte m. Amos award will be presented for the Best essay. Senior class Day will be observed saturday May 27. Sunday i morning May 28, at the first methodist protestant Church or. G. I. Humphreys president of the College will deliver the baccalaureate Sermon and Dean p. E. Lindley will address the seniors i i sunday night. Odd Fellows and Rebekah to meet Here Hay 14,15,16 grand Lodge meeting plans an lion need Here in j. R. A Oung plans for the annual convention of the grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and the Reb Kali Assembly to be held in High Point May is 15 and 16 were announced Here yesterday by j. R. Young in charge of arrangements for the meeting. Headquarters for the Assembly will he maintained at the Sheraton hotel and the grand Lodge i sessions w ill be held at the masonic Temple. The Rebekah Assembly will he held in the Sheraton ballroom. The convention opens monday morning. May 13, at to o clock adjourns at noon and reconvenes at 2 p. In. And a banquet at 6 30 p. In Tim Rebekah degree will be administered by the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge nor 34 at 8 p. Rn., and a dance will follow in the Sheraton ballroom at to p. In. Final business sessions will be held on tuesday May 16. On sunday. May 14, services will be held in Wesley memorial methodist Church at 8 p in. With a Sermon by or. E. A Blackard pastor. Ower Case comme n t by Capus m. Waynick 30 per cent is to he used nationally. In High Point the work is in i Der the auspices of the health j committee of the woman s club. I the following groups Are work ers in the Campaign schools mrs. S. S. Saunders Captain assisted by mrs. John Clinard Mills and factories mrs. Harry doctor Captain assisted Lay mrs. Sam Siavitz mrs. Harry Cantor. Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mro. Edward Leyton mrs. Max Rones Sanatorium miss Ruth Anderson Captain assisted by miss Carrie Mcgirt. Residential sections mrs. Joe j Barr Eapan assisted by mrs. 8a-1 Amel Hyman. Mrs. Max Friedman. Mrs. Isabel Bloom. Mrs. Ben Swartzberg mrs h. D. Sears Captain. Mrs. C. C. Edwards mrs. M. Of the funds secured will he used a. Lackey mrs c. B Stainback in the state for actual expenses mrs. L. M h. Reynolds mrs. A. J Tor the educational Campaign and i continued on Page to Sec. La american league for peace and democracy plans meeting culminating an educational Campaign which bae been in Progress for several weeks will be the actual drive for membership and funds for the women a Field army for the control of cancer which begins tomorrow and continues throughout the week. The women s Field army is an organization which is striving to lower Hie mortality rate from cancer now second in the list of fatal diseases. The army May he supported in three ways by enlistment in the army and payment of the la membership fee by contribution of More or less than the membership fee by gifts to memorial funds in Cash or in Hospital equipment. Seventy per cent the truth has strange witnesses. Friday noon i was stopped on main Street by a brother who wanted to know if i could spare a dime. That question is still open but. That s not the Point of this Brief dissertation on truths witnesses this brother was right off the Road gang. He had finished a sentence at a Guilford prison Camp and said he wit hungry. He was a Tough looking fellow but i have seen members of football squads equally As Tough looking. Quot i was born ugly. It see a he told i have been getting uglier Ever since. Nose broken. Temples scarred. Ears caul flowered. Why when i come before a judge i see him giving me the Onee Over and j i know the always get the i told him that i had been in charge of the prison Camps once through holding a dual state office and he opened up. Quot i have been in 21 penitentiaries see and i know. There a nothing that can be done for my. My i real trouble is whiskey. But i know what happens to the 18 to .30 year Olds in stir. Don t Send them there if you can help it. 4 4 a what to do with them. Wipe out the reformatories., top passing Short prison sentences on Young Fellows. Send them to them bricklaying carpentry aviation., require them to go through apprenticeship to some Good Trade i la forc turning them them away from the egg the j Punk the sex Pervert of the prison As it is now. That a it see give the Young offender a Chance that Way and reduce crime 4 4 4" nursing the idea As i do that the state sends too Many Young men to prison. I thought the i brother had something there 1 i doubled the Ante giving him two j dimes with the question still open As to whether they could be spar i of. And he went his Way i where. I do not know where the to year old confessedly Tough i brother went from there but i be Lieve he went with the germ of it an everlasting truth in him. 4-44 one of the most impressive j cartoons for me that i have seen in Many a Moon was published recently picturing a judge holding a Young Man by the Nape of t the neck Over a cauldron of Black mire and Seething horrors. In the background was another Fig i tire marked a a Public. The judge was saying a you Tell me to drop i him in there to clean his hands a 4-44 prison at Best is a poor train j Ling school. Rarely is it at its Best. Fridays wandering brother said the management at the Guilford prison Camp was a fall rights no inhumanity practice i of. Quartering decent food a not bad. Work hard but not As hard he testified As Mon of an older generation did willingly in Freedom. The indictment he Drew of the prison was not in defense of the hardened criminal it was 1 his plea for the youngster just j Throe of Tho four Kaslo scout from Tho i Barrio Council with their Lender who will join rattle Crook 51 loll., scouts on a trip into tile Canadian wilderness in May Are shown hero. Loft to huh no h. E. Newland off Ovington Council commissioner Robert 9irlohon of Asheboro Frank Reeves of Spencer and Alton Hardee of High Enterprise staff photo four Wharrie scouts to explore Canadian wilderness next month sixth Grade Days will be sponsored this year for the first time sixth Grade Days Are to to sponsored by the student Council at the Junior High school on May 2, 5 and to. On these three Days sixth graders from various schools will to Given a a slice Quot of the Junior High school life of which they will be a part next year. Programs for the three Days will be identical. In the morning when the sixth graders arrive they will he Given a Cross Section of the extra curricular activities at h meeting in the auditorium with Stewart Stone president of the student Council in charge. Iaiser they will go to various rooms where teachers will give them outlines of the Junior High starting on the wrong Road. School curriculum. Student Council guides will j ,n7.ii to hold labor hearing Intro acres of the gymnasium and a Jim Charlotte thursday its locker the Art department Stair towers the Junior store the j charges against the Wade Poiner office and so on. They will lunch at the cafeteria be Loial group Leader to join Battle greek. Midi., Bons Oil i Numi a i adventure four Eagle scouts and a scout Leader from the Wharrie Council will join six Eagle scouts and eight scout leaders from Battle Creek. Mich., in May for a Canoe and exploration trip into the Canadian wilds it was announced today by b. W. Hackney jr., of High Point. Scout executive for the Wharrie Council. Anticipating thrilling adventure and rare experiences the representatives from this Council Are already making plans for the trip which will take them from High Point May to and bring them Home again june i. The tharrie group will be composed of h. A Newland of Lexington Council commissioner Alton Hardee. 17. Of High Point. Son of mrs. Blanche Hardee. 312 West Ray Street Frank a. Reeves. 19, of Spencer Robert a Mcglohon 18. Of Asheboro and Frank Leonard 17. Of Lexington. The local group will arrive in Battle Creek. Mich. May 12. And will leave May 14, going to Sault Ste. Marie thence to Thessalon. And then 80 Miles North. At that Point cars will he stored and the party will proceed by canoes from Aubry Falls through a Section 16 Miles Square covered by Virgin Timber of hundreds of lakes. The tour will involve travelling Over lakes which Are reported to have never been traversed by an organized canoeing party and thru wilderness where the group expects to see Moose Deer hear Porcupine and other wild game. The exploration trip has been organized by Roy Henry of Bat continued on Farge i soc. B dates for clean up Campaign will be set at meeting on monday Dater for High Point s a build. Clean up. Paint up Campaign will lie set at a special meeting called yesterday by Meldon holies general t chairman of the drive. The meeting will be held monday night at 7 30 of clock in the City Hall and All men who have been tentatively suggested As chairmen of the publicity finance speakers merchants. Federal housing administration and financing information homing school and Church committees have been asked to be present along with officers leading the Campaign. These tentatively selected chairmen will be notified monday morning. Debating teams to go to Bristol Tenn. J High Point High schools de i bating teams a winners of the i Tate championship at the Ulver i sity of North Carolina Friday night will go to Bristol va., to j participate in the debating tour-1 j a Ament of the Southern District j of the National forensic league 1 May 4, 5 and 6, it was announced i yesterday. The tournament will be held at Virginia interment collage in Bristol. The local group will leave wednesday May 3, in order to. Reach Bristol in time to compete. The team m a tubers. Kermit Albertson and George Humphreys affirmative and Bill Currie and i i Darrell Sechrest negative will he j i accompanied by John l. Hodges j i coach the query is. Resolved that the United states should j form an Alliance with great Britain. High Point High school is a \ j member of the National forensic i j league Only members of that organization being permitted to end Ter Tho tournament. High Points affirmative team won the state debating Champion hip in Chapel Hill by a vote of j four to one Over Franklinton High 1 i schools negative team. New tax evasion method discovered a new method of tax evasion was discovered by tax listers at the county building Here yester a Day. It was Learned last night from j i t. R. Short Deputy collector in i j charge of High Point township. J a negro taxpayer started to en-1 Ter the building and saw a negro employee standing in front. He took i off his wrist watch and paid the latter who did no to realize the Pur j pose of it All ten cents to hold ii j for i i while he went in to list i his taxes. Hut the list taker happened to j i notice the Marks made by the watch on the negro s wrist and i i the latter admit Ted he had a w atch and was forced to list it. Incidentally the tax office will be open All this week from 8 30 i a. In. Through 9 p. In. If All taxes j Are to be listed by april 29. There j joust he an average listing this i week of 1.000 per Day. Or. Short a i said urging All persons who have i i not listed their property to do so As soon As possible. Literacy test gets attention in Campaign registrar f Reed of drunkenness charge Kirkman to speak i to est a politics seethed in High Point yesterday Iii a deadline Rush for new registrations and in Hie midst of Cha tires of election irregularities of one kind and another. Feeling broke Loose in Republic can ranks when election officials were charged with handling unfairly the registration and a Campaign hitherto featured by Little excitement reached a boiling Point. Democrats surrounded by these i charges continued merrily on Elf air Way to a registration advantage of Over two to one and announced calmly last night they j would Start their a a whirlwind i Campaign next tuesday night at a i big rally. J the Climax of yesterdays events came when carloads of officers and other interested per i sons converged upon the registrar at no. 41 precinct to investigate charges that he was drunk. Four county deputies two City police officers a Republican candidate for City Council a county Coin a missioner and other interested persons. Democrats and rep Uhli eans gave ear Williams then Gistar a clean Bill of health As regards the charge and the Regis i traction continued. A hot la investigates the incident was called to the 1 attention of Arch k. Sebouh chair Man of the election Board and an i investigation was ordered it Roedi i lately. Or. So both said every i charge of irregularities brought j before him received immediate at a tent Ion he said he was notified i of the no. 41 incident by Republican chairman Walter l. York. Voters and registrars alike in two or three precincts of the fourth Ward were in a confusion Over the application of the literacy test to applicants for registration. Late in the night. The Enterprise was receiving Telephone Calls from Acher in to a Gro school r i ii. Adim w cd e co aked pass i d that ing that Stit ution o Devin. Right to w ill Park i or a Harges chairman a Republican Pat night he would irregularities a ploys both bet elections and service com mis the de no of r a l. Y plan for social Survey Here makes rapid strides Forward two developments week evinced rapid Lite plan for a High Survey initiated at the Issue of How America May remain Neutral in present conflicts and in the event of other wars will keynote a meeting to be held at Wesley memorial Church tomorrow evening at 7 30 under the auspices of the Arner a lean league for peace and demo Detaey. The meeting is open to All interested persons. The purpose of the league and the purpose of the league and its plans for keeping America out of War will be presented by miss Beth Cunningham Southern Secretary of the league which maintains its Southern Headquarters in Greensboro. J fore returning at 12 35, to their j respective schools. The league was organized in september of 1932. Just before Adolf Hitler came into Power in j Joe Guyer joins sales Germany. Its purpose is a to protect and extend democratic department of Gate City rights in this country and to i keep the United states out of i Joe Gayer widely know n Auto War by keeping w a out of the Mobile Salesman Here has joined or. Harry f. Ward of j the sales department of the Gate Union theological Seminary in new York City is the National chairman. Bishop Francis j. Mccoun la recently called hip league a the meet practical of All peace and sores of the league s peace Congress include City motor company it was announced last night but j. D. Allen. Or. Manager of the used a department of that company. Or. Gayer Lias had approximately 2o years experience in High Point and has a Host of friends Here. For Man it years he manufacturing company of Char lotto brought recently by the United furniture workers of America Wilt be reviewed in a National dab or relation Board hearing in the District court room in the u. S. Post office building in Charlotte thursday it was Learned Here yesterday. Lawrence Seton Ross. Local i up a organizer who filed the charges said the hearing would determine whether the Union Iliad a sufficient majority among j the Wade company a employees to demand an election to determine whether the Union should rep. Prominent americans in All Fields a was with the Ford Agency Here. Resent the workers in collective bargaining meeting of representatives of the local service agencies april 13. On monday the special operating committee of the Community Chest endorsed Tho proposal and saturday an organizing committee was completed to bring together All local groups which might be interested in and participate in. The objectives of the Survey. Members of the new committee j Are Noble t. Praigg chairman Charles f. Carroll jr., e. M. Dudley l. C. Mutton. Mrs. J. E. Millis mrs. W. H. Col Ira be mrs. John Mebane and miss Lucille Johnston. The latter three representing the service agencies presented the reasons for a Survey to Hie Chest group composed of . It Hall s. C. Kirkman o. A. Kirkman i during the. In e. Klander Mait and mrs. Louise Progress of Wrenn and in Resolution form Point social j pointed out that the agencies a voluntary i themselves. Unanimously agreed that a social Survey of High Point is both necessary and adding a that High Point has gained incalculable Benefit through hic work of the Community Chest in financing and helping coordinate the work of the six service agencies whose interests it represents. A that under present circumstances there is a certain overlapping of Effort on the part of the agencies and that Lack of precise information us to delinquency disease need and Kindred social problems prevents the agencies from performing their most effective work. As this Lack of data limits tile service of the agencies so docs it prevent the Community Chest from reaching its highest continued on i Nguc twee. Ii 1st two City 111 e the Boardo fore the Civ Campaign nil get into full swing tuesday nigh when o. Arthur Kirkman Cand Date for the mayoralty makes to first address to a Public gathering since named to head the ticket the eight Council manic candidate on the ticket with or. Kirk rnai will also he present and a it cd t make Brief speeches. A baud am refreshments have been Promise from headquarter. The democrats have Given in indication As to whether or no they will attempt to rebut tin weeping charges in the Republican a a Reform platform announcer last week. One of the outstanding surprises of the Campaign is the apparent Lack of interest in the Power project question. Looming potentially As a Paramount isgut in the earlier Days of Hie Cam Bairn the subject has beet touched Only sparingly by re pub Means and not of All by Democrat who would hardly he expected to it make it an Issue themselves with out being drawn into it by the opposition. With Over to too names on to new registration books both Par ties Are expected to exhaust their strength in an Effort to get out the vote on election Day. High Point does Well in contests High Point attained several awards in the state High school music contest which Lias just Clos d at woman s College of tile University of North Carolina at Greensboro it was Learned yesterday from Carl , director of music in the City schools. The music program of the City schools was inaugurated last year. Following Are tin results of the state contest As the High Point entrants Are concerned Junior High school orchestra second rating senior High school orchestra second rating Junior High school piano Solo fir to rating Hobby Gayle High school piano Solo second rating Shirley Silver flute Solo third rating Sarah Scruggs trumpet Solo third rating Homer Haworth flute quartet Sac my rating trumpet Trio second rating cello Solo first rating Charles Medlin mixed quartet first rating boys quartet second rating girls Trio second rating Soprano a olo third rating slur Ley Wei borne it Alto Solo firs rating Kila Lou Taylor Bali tone Solo set Ond rating Russel Clar Kand Bass Solo Seton rating Robert Andrews. T

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