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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 14, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news am want ads in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section b local news and want Aden this Section vol. 55�?no. 318 Mem Eik associated press High Point n. C., thursday afternoon december in 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cents cleaners. Launderers in meeting City s ranking in furniture 75 delegates hosiery industries disclosed attend first annual meet rond Booklet issued today reveals interesting farts about High Point High Point ranks third among the cities in the United states to the Dollar value Oft hosiery produced wages paid and number of employees in the hosiery Industry being exceeded Only by Philadelphia and heading. Pa., according to the Federal census of manufacturers. This disclosure was made along with Many other interesting ones when City officials undertook to compile data for the information of Bond dealers who have been asked to submit bids for a $413,-000 water refunding Bond Issue. These facts were published today in an eight Page Booklet which has been sent to the leading Bond dealers in the nation. Under the heading. Quot general information a the Booklet shows that according to the Federal census of 1937. High Point ranked Lith among 68 cities in its population group in value of produce wages paid and number of employees in the furniture Industry. Varied Industry Quot High Point is predominantly Industrial having 170 Industrial plants at the present time Quot the Booklet goes on to state. Quot these include 19 hosiery Mills. 3 4 furniture factories and 117 miscellaneous factories manufacturing Silks Rayon cloth yarn veneers Lwoods paints varnishes electrical machinery and Many other most of the Booklet is devoted to a detailed explanation of the i City a fiscal status together with a financial prospectus. Quot the City is being operated on a strict Cash basis and has not found it necessary to borrow Money in Antie Patoin of the collection of revenues for operating expenses in a numbers of years. The funded debt of the City has Mac Economy a Thrifty r gift tips i it tit a. Nykl i Knell food mixer a a % Beautiful Whit trim with polished Chroma and Black. Complot with Tuico attractor. 2 boaters detachable 3-Speed Tilting motor. 2 beater bowls revolving turntable sturdy Anchor base. America s finest radios 7-tube Mandola Larga Walnut a Traa Mua Comola Cabinet designed to blend with the Interior Al the Lineal heme. Automatic pub Butten tuning a Barreles Lane control. Room set 4 station leather touch tuning. $jfe#fc95 $41 95 gift ways to buy inn i pay Cash 2.30-Day charge account budget pay plan me Zuls. V easy terms is St no Isi Goodrich by Cyc Les y Foothills j Quot St or Bon spa. Sug6fsi As tons 98c his 49c a a 98c 52.59 Grill il19 Hattie Lynn Quot 52.49 5319 Gnu if Etehl % 95 a a Bike tank. Builtin Hora Lender Light Luggage Carrier and Chain guard. Basketball $3s. Selected leather made to official site and weight. 80xing gloves striking bag $298 healthful muscle builder. Table Tennis set s3s.5 $24.9 knockouts for gifts. Complete set for full enjoyment. I conomy Auto store j c o g p o it ated e. M. Dudley 204 North main Street 42 East main Street High Point n. Thomasville n. Goodrich tires and batteries member of National association describes Progress made in Industry the first annual convention of the North Carolina Institute of laundering and dry cleaning convened this morning at to of clock in the ballroom of the Sheraton hotel with j. R. Harris president in the chair. Approximately 75 delegates were in attendance. H. B. Benoit Secretary Aud measurer led the convention in the singing of Quot America Quot and Quot pack up your miss Hearn Hepler of this City was the pianist. Rev. F. L. Conrad pastor of Emmanuel lutheran Church of High Point offered the invocation. Welcomer by mayor president Harris introduced mayor j. Arthur Kirkman who made the address of Welcome. Or. Kirkman told the audience that he was glad that they were ailing their Assembly an Quot Institute Quot instead of simply a he bad Learned according to his statement that too often a convention simply met adopted resolutions mingled in Good Fellowship and then adjourned. He conceived an Institute to be something in the Way of a school for instruction in those things which could be of practical Benefit. Jol lying the launderers and cleaners he thought something might be done about saw tooth collars and dress shirt cuffs that failed to meet at the Corners. He let them know that the Freedom of the City was theirs. The reply to the address of Welcome was made by a. E. Bishop of Wilson. Buck Medearis of Charlotte was on the program for a report of the Quot american Institute of or. Medearis said that tit had written a rather voluminous report but preferring to be Brief he read a letter from the Institute telling of some of the objectives and appealing for memberships and contributions in order that the work might to carried on More effectively. Work hem i Heo a m. Matson of Silver Spring md., general manager of the National association of dyers and i leaner gave a highly informative address concerning the work of his ass oblation which has approximately 2 400 members. He said much had been accomplished through instructional courses for dyers and cleaners. More and More he had found Industrial concerns Sui h As do pout were becoming interested in the solution of new problems coming up in the matter of Industrial chemistry spot removing dyeing and the preservation of fabrics. Conventions held had really tackled Tough been reduced almost $900,000 and the sinking fund assets have been increased $34,000 in the four year period since december i 1935. Mosio Mati buies a table is Given showing principal maturities Cir outstanding until 1971-1972, when the present debt under the will be retired explanation of the state before the Council yester that the City reached its debt Load Peak year this fiscal year. City manager e. M. Knox today pointed out that in no year Between now and 1971-1972 will the City have to appropriate Tor debt service in both principal and maturity payments More than has been appropriated for the fiscal year. The Booklet shows that there is appropriated for interest Aud maturities this year $797,315, and the following statement is made in that connection statement Quot by reference to the foregoing statement it will be see that principal maturities for any future year do not exceed the $262,-000 appropriated in 1939-1940 for the retirement of debt until the fiscal year 1955-1956. In the fiscal year 1955-1956 the interest on debt now outstanding Wil amount to Only $360,000, leaving at that time $437,000 available for principal maturities out of a debt service appropriation equivalent to the amount available in the present fiscal year. It will also be observed that principal maturities in any year do not exceed the $437,000- a in 1955-1956 until the fiscal years 1964-1965 and in that year interest on debt now outstanding will amount to Only $210,000, leaving at that time $587,000 available for principal maturities out of a debt service appropriation no greater than the amount available. For debt service in 1939-1940. Likewise further reductions in annual interest requirements will permit the payment of $605,000 Bond principal in 1969-1970 without increasing the present debt service a a Brazil and Paraguay have agreed to build a connecting railway line. Christmas shopping contest for prizes reaches Halfway Post can still enter rules and participating merchants lifted in tuesday s Enterprise the High Point merchants s Christmas shopping contest moved to the half Way Mark tonight but still is not rolling with full Speed due to the inclement weather the first of the week. The rules Ana participating merchants of the contest were carried in tuesdays Enterprise. Those people who still want to enter and have a share in the $43.00 in Cash and merchandise can get one of tuesday s paper at the Enterprise office. There Are Only a limited number of these papers for distribution. The contest closes monday noon. Anyone wishing to enter has two and one half Days to compete and just is Good a Chance of winning As the one who entered first. There will be six winners in the contest we Ltd a grand prize of <15.00 second prize will be $10.00 in merchandise As listed in Tohe merchants advertisements tuesdays paper third prize is eight dollars in merchandise fourth prize five dollars in merchandise fifth prize three dollars in merchandise sixth prize two dollars in merchandise. This is your Chance to win those gifts you Are going to have to buy for your friends and family. All you have to do is to shop through the stores in town and i find a number posted in the store that corresponds to the number the merchant had in his advertisement in the paper. It will be a pleasure to shop the Christmas Laden stores and there is a Good Chance that you will get paid for doing so of your eyes Are keen enough. Filling station operator nabbed on booze charge by deputies last night Frank Morris 37, filling station operator on the Greensboro Road. Was arrested last night by members of the sheriffs department on a charge of violating the prohibition Law. One pint of whiskey was found Iii the service station. Five More pints were found in a tin bucket being carried by Morris voting son. The son was apparently carrying the whiskey to the station when the officers saw him approaching from some Woods in the rear of the building. Upon seeing tilt officers he fled but was later apprehended. No charge was filed against him. A search of the Woods in the neighbourhood failed to reveal a Quot trap Quot for the whiskey. The raid was made by w. L. Wheless Herman Burrus l. G. Jones j. F. Jones and Ren Dillon. Shopping Day fat to Moa funeral services held for mrs. D. M. Mcdaniel at Mitchells Grove funeral services for mrs. Dickey m. Mcdaniel 71. Widow of the late j. E. Mcdaniel who died at her Home 410 Mallory Street. Tuesday morning were conducted wednesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock from Mitchells Grove methodist Church. The service was in charge of Rev. F. Myers and Rev. F. J Cornelius Myers pastor of Bethel i Temple on Snow Street. During the service at the Church mrs. Doro-1 thy Richey. Frank Myers and f. Cornelius Myers Sang Quot Tell Mother ill be there Quot and Quot the Haven of prior to leaving the Home they Sang Quot Jesus Saviour Pilot Flowers were carried by friends and neighbors and employees of the High Point paper Box co. Pallbearers were t. R. Trevett John Cross Jim Hankins. Henry Kennedy Jack Britton and Rufus Tuttle. Interment was made in the Church cemetery. Sweden a building Boom has been flattened by the european War. Usy terms pm via amp to t-62 Quot see Gram Pau 9 t6a naw sea Victor t-42 with plug in for Tala vision 6 push Bufton magic Eye american and foreign tuning and built in Antenna n everything in Quot son you be i Clad the problem it exactly what Well give Granny for Chr mar Rose furniture company 2in South main phone 1332 service Friday night at Union Tabernacle a Public service will he held in the new Union Tabernacle on Prospect Street this City Friday night at. 7 30 o clock. The building is not yet Complete but is to be used from now on for regular services. The meeting Friday night will be the first to be held in the new Tabernacle. It was announced today. Rev. Bud Robinson of califor Nia who has travelled wide and preached in most of the Large cities of America will be the speaker. Tabernacle officials Are extending an invitation to it All persons in the City to attend and hear or. Robinson. Questions and Progress had been made he declared. At a con vent Ion soon to be held some o i he Best Industrial leaders anti boosters were to speak he stat cd. The Institute is handicapped he said in the matter of fund in View of the things it wished to accomplish. An increase in membership could help solve its problems. De Wesley of Washington d c., scheduled for an address on Quot the needs of our Industry Quot could not be present on account of illness. Tom Alderman Sykes personnel director of the Thom Asville chair company spoke ii. Place of or. Wesley. Or. Sykes announced Ashi subject Quot human relations i. Business Quot and outlined i Points in part As follows i we measure business in terms o investment output goods rot. Hume. Economy and so on to. Little attention is paid to the human element. 2�?we my not forget that in human Tutu Prises there Are living personal lies that need to engage on attention. 3�?we must learn to differentiate Between men ant machines. 4�?our relationship have an economic significance there is something however More to business than simply making Money. The Public must be taken into consideration and service Given that both satisfies and attracts. 5�?business positively cannot exist separate and apart from pot pie communities families and individuals. 6 gone forever is Success in the Quot done to give a Damn 7�?from a Back Slid Den state we must Corno Back to a whole some respect for religion. 8 a we must somehow recapture the Laith the determination and the ability to endure hardships which characterized our forefathers. If we will but make the Best of ourselves we will Challenge the Best in the other fellow. Com in rating Tom Mitt be before adjournment for the noon luncheon a committee was appointed to nominate officers and directors for the ensuing year. Those on the committee Are N. Brown chairman. Johnson r. A Ridenhour Buck Medearis and a. E. Bishop. Morris Jones of this City won the attendance prize. President Harris stated this morning that the present convention was really the 33rd meeting of the laundry men once in the organization known at the Quot a laundry owners association of North the convention now in session is the first meeting of the launderers and dry cleaners in the joint Institute recently formed. A dinner attended by the of fires and Hoard of directors of the new Institute was held at the Sheraton Motet last night. New members were introduced but no address was scheduled president j. R. Harris presided. Following the dinner the Board of directors met. We urge that you give practical worthwhile gifts gifts that will Delight and cheer for months to come. We suggest Quot gifts of furniture. Come in and choose from our Large display. Quality merchandise at lowest prices we strive at All times to in it you the highest Quality Merchan Dise possible for the lowest Price. Buy from an old established Arm. You Are assured of getting real Quality. Gifts for everyone choose from our Large display i discount Fok Cash ,1_i Laj a i for 4 gifts for the family bedroom suite la ring room suite a dining room Mil too Odd chair a lamp a end table a occasional table a a drop top table a modern dressing table Candlewick table a Majestic Range a Victor Range a Mascot rangers perfection ii Cook stove a secretaries a kit a a a Kilt Bon Cabinet a Utility Cabinet a picture a Mirror a Wool Rug a told Seal Art Rug a trunk a Val to Pak fitted Case a hat boxes Spring a real a Matin a Heil spread�?wardrobe#�?4 a Best. For lounging chair indirect i amp smokers Gladstone Ling radio r. A. Victory Beauty rest Matt a costumer. And Many other items to select from for Christmas gifts. Gifts for Mother and daughter w Tao ii ii in cleaner Westinghouse electric toaster Westinghouse electric Percolator Westinghouse electric Waffle Iron Westinghouse electric food mixer fitted a est week end Case Candlewick red spread pm Cut Merrt try floor lamp Chia w silverware. Gift suggestions dad and son genuine Westinghouse products \ Complete line of Westinghouse appliances electric ranges flee refrigerators. Irk Ideal gifts Rose furniture co 243 South main Street High Point main Street Thomasville

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