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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 31, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday december 31. 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Pace five Sec. By Henry London succumbs to Henri disease Holiday warmth and color prevail at tile City Lake Boathouse at this season of the year with the lode room in the Boathouse decorated More colourfully than Ever before. Only a a mall Corner of the Large room is shown in the photograph above with Tabby in the foreground at her ease and a miniature decorated Christmas tree on the table in one Corner. Holly Cedar and other seasonal decorations have been placed on the ceiling and around the room and a warm log tire Burns merrily in the huge fireplace for visitors. Social Security Law will Aid 900,000 persons Board says More than $100,000,000 a ill re distributed next year i under revised statute those helped Dan afford Lorna portable living Washington Dee. a the social Security Hoard estimated tonight that we too men women and children would a Hare in the More than $id0,000,000 to he distributed next year under the revised social Security Law. A the first Check. Chairman Are 1 1their .1. Altmar id. Will to out i a a Imp he no a a a of t kit a february i. Representing pay Security. They reached and Patus men for january to retired eld it gtd fh#4 Mak a the Farly a Phr a ply worker and their a m ii in. I f he by tem and a that time in a radio interview it Nik Mattie limited the Ndumu Altmeyer a i thai the Nee social a of of wage credit to worker insurance program would i to had not passed 65. Possible monthly payment to a Congreve however took off family ranging up to $50 or of so a Fth ,8f Jon a a gain it the cur that combined with savings and or of we Ftp rred a Over 65 it other Antal income should a it a 9unjrm,r and reopened the Ocial Auff Lucienl to hold a family to a a Urty 9v9tpm f0 big tether allow it to Lead a a nor m, 8t 178,000. Mal self reliant life and keep off the Relief Rolls he added. Tiki of no Law Rev ibid to Back up Ira old age pension checks the government has $1,-400,000,000, collected by levies on payroll. The original Lawf. Worm Hhd Hokl ii a . Of a or r Niz the. Roto. From on. Coni to for. V wive and widow. Except on. Of my a Dow we Thi dry a Book for guidance personnel Parley this week will be held in Raleigh continued from editorial Page edited by c. G. Holme studio a the american annual of photography w Ith its splendid array of data and photographs american photographic publishing co a photography for Commerce studio and w. H. Deering a portraiture with your camera american photographic publishing co some Good books on Arl included a eyes on America the United states As seen by her leading artists studio collection of some of the Best work of United states artists prof. Hans Tietzer so masterpieces of european painting in american Oxford University another Good collection of the work of european artists now in this country the Oxford University presses Beautiful a a Rodin and a part of the far East Oxford beautifully done Book of the work of japanese and chinese painters. Then in the miscellaneous group should he included two books by Paul Green. Quot the lost Colony to. N. C. Pres the script of his play produced at Manteo and a out of the South it Harper a collection of Fri North carolinian s Best play. Thomasville Man listed among speakers for second annual event Raleigh. Dec. 30. App five Hundred persons from five states and the District of Columbia will meet Here Jan. 19 and 20 for the second Southern regional conference on guidance and personnel. A. W. Honeycutt Chapel Hill school superintendent is chairman of the conference. Sponsoring groups Are Public schools. State vocational guidance association state education departments colleges National youth administration. Civilian conservation corps state employment service service clubs Myca. Owca american association of t a diversity women. Parent teacher associations boy scouts of America. Alliance for guidance of Rural youth state school Board association business and professional women a clubs. Federation of women club and the state apprenticeship Council. Speakers i ast speaker will include Rex b. Gunliff president of the National vocational guidance association. New Brunswick. N. J. Or. Harry a. Jager chief of occupational information and guidance service la. S. Office of education Washington Dean Francis Bradshaw of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Tell or. A. M. Proctor of the Duke University education department. Durham or. O. Latham Hatcher president of the Alliance for guidance for Rural youth Richmond. A. Tom Sykes personnel director of the Thomasville chair company Thomasville t. A. Wilson Industrial commission. Raleigh Ben l. Smith. Greensboro schools superintendent miss Bertha Nienburg chief economist. Women Bureau Federal i Abor department. Washington. Miss Mary g. Shotwell of Raleigh. President. North Carolina vocational guidance association s. Marion Justice and miss Hattie Parrott both of the state department of education. Raleigh or. H. H Bigler and or. H r. Halsey both of Atlanta slate nya administrator John a. Lang of Raleigh c. L. Beddingfield state apprenticeship Council director Raleigh miss Claudia Hunter Henderson miss Ethel Sheridan. Rocky mount q u. Mathis. Greensboro. Erwin Suh Edu led or. Mary h. S. Hayes division of employment director Washington Morris e. Milner. Fort youngest member $156,000,000 set gets Caa wings aside for roads Washington. Dec. a the civil aeronautics authority has Given its youngest member g. Grant Mason his Mason disclosed today that he had finished a flying course and been issued a private pilots License. He has purchased a 285-horse-pow�?Ter plane equipped with Ell instruments needed for any Type of flying. The plane will be flown to Charleston s. A. Where Mason will spend the new year Holiday with his father. On tuesday Mason accompanied by two Caa inspectors will leave for Miami. Fla., w Here the inspectors will he on duty at the annual cavalcade of sport planes. Oglethorpe a. Dreng Bjor Nora. Federal employment service Washington or. W. S. Mccall. Education department Columbia s. C. Or. Royce e. Brewster specialist occupational information and guidance service. 17. S. Office of education Washington or. Clyde e. Erwin state superintendent of Public instruction. Raleigh or. Hail r. Douglass of University of North Carolina education department. Chapel Hill and Dean Alice Baldwin of Duke University. States to be represented Are North Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia. Georgia and Tennessee. Washington dec. 30.�? to a the Federal works Agency today allocated $156,01 0,000 to 4 8 states the District of Columbia. Puerto Rico and Hawaii for Highway improvement and elimination of Grade Crossings. John m. Carmody administrator. Said the funds would be available on july i 1910. The projects were authorized by Congress on june 8, 1938, in an act providing $115,000,000 for improvement of the Federal Aid Highway system and its extensions through cities $15,000,000 for improvement of secondary or feeder roads and $30,000,0<io for elimination of hazards at railway Grade Crossings. The allocations include North Carolina $3,775,397 South Carolina $2,172,330. Although safety plate Glass May break under severe Impact the plastic Binder holds the fragments firmly together. To relieve misery group an analysis by the Board of the to rut 1,948 claim filed How a cd that in a Large proportion of i Case the w Ives of retiring work i must he or older to Quality. F a a Ash t for supplemental Benefit and in and the Law to a freeze the rate a ,., ,. With fir bait h of claims Only 18a at he one per cent level until a 1__ Quot i worker had wive 6a or Over. V a a i there were 652 wive Between 60 senator Mcnary of Oregon re 1 publican Leader in the Senate said in a statement tonight that while both major parties supported the Broad social Security program the amendment to the financing provision should be credited to the a Effort and agitation by the Republican minority of Congress. A were it not for these Amend and 65 and 500 under 6<�, a a Southern builders. Inc. Of City Given charter Raleigh. N. A. Dec. 30.�? of six firms obtained charter to ments some 40,000,000 workers j Day from Thad euro Secretary of and their employer each would j slate. They were have been subjected to a 50 per j i it a noir furniture corporation of cent increase in old age payroll he asserted. I of saving Lenoir to make and sell furniture Kinston Saddle horse association inc., of Kinston to main he estimated the worker and Fain a horseback Riding club Bur employer would he saved $875,-1 Lingxun health Institute inc., of 000,000 in the next three year j Burlington to maintain facilities a a result of the amendment. The Board estimated that old for health and recreation Carson ice Cream company inc., of Hen age pensions for single workers Dessonville. To make and sell ice would average $26 a month and for married couple. $39. The first crop of beneficiaries will include a class of older worker once regarded As Horn too a Pafk is a a Cream Southern builders inc., of High Point to make and sell lumber and building supplies and Wong inc., of Gastonia to own and operate a radio station. Henry London Raleigh. Dec. 30.-�? Fri a funeral services for Henry m. London who had supervised the drafting of approximately one fifth of the Law enacted in North Carolina during the last 20 year will he held Here tomorrow afternoon at the protestant episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. Burial will he in Pittsboro. London. 60, died Here Early today of a complication of heart disease. He a a native of Pittsboro. A legislative reference librarian a Post w hich he held since 1919. London assisted in drafting More than 5.000 Billa introduced in the general Assembly. Approximately three fourth of them he estimated in a recent interview were enacted into Law. Some of the Hill were he often said a and some were London Opal Law Secretary of nearly ton he the Hoard varsity of 1921. The week was the first he had missed since he took office a a prominent Epis Leader and served As treasurer or president a score of organize had been Secretary of of trustees of the uni North Carolina since Hoard s meeting this i resolved to buy the Best in dry leading during 1940. Insist on genuine Manitone 1s70.7s English Street Dohm Ost of stopping oot clothes is an important item in the Cost of Good times. An investment that is protected and prolonged by sending clothes regularly for this gen11e,thorough cleansing and reshaping care. Sartin dry cleaning co. Gowns charming try i Ca i lace trimmed Sava on the Rte Rondo deluxe Percale prints 1j< print and a Olid fast to washing 34�?o wide Yard a id Inch Outing flannel slips pour Gore and regular Bias Cut extra Quality at a Avanga flood Quality in White Al so and a tripe save Yard ladle Cotton Vali frocks say. 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