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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 2, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center Industry Hatch Point North Carolina Friday. February 2. 10 0 sheriffs and coroners Given four year terms supreme court Killo opinion holding the Law to be i i in Hhd do Alid was sustained but was Llue re Euleil in to to amended t0 the fact tot have to run again Raleigh. Feb. 2�?�?� a it a the slate supreme court ruled today t hat sheriffs and coroners in North Carolina serving four year terms which started in december lh38 do not have to enter this year s primaries Aud elections. The decision reversed a Superior court Linding by judge Leo Carr in Alamance county that the Alamance elections Board should accept a filing fee from j. M Freeman who sought to enter the democratic primary May 25 As a acid Date for sheriff. Sherif la and coroners elected in november 1938 won office the Jay thai the voters approved a constitutional amendment extend Littig their terms from two to four years the amendment was pro that Best and company challenged the act grounds it violated not Only the Commerce clause but also the privileges and immunities and equal Protection the Law clauses the Federal Constitution. Twenty eight cases were decided. The court adjourned its fall term sine die. Carrying Over three undecided cases. The Spring term starts monday. The list opinions follows state a Harris Vance reversed. Mccormick is Proctor sheriff it als Pitt error and remanded. Best and company a Maxwell Wake petition dismissed in part and sustained in part. Board education Watauga county is state Board education Wake affirmed. Hill is Young. Franklin no claimed into effect before the error officers took their oaths. 1 state is Ben Alder Mecklen the court declared invalid the Burg no error. Tate act regulating dry clean-1 Carswell a Creswell it Ala Mecklenburg affirmed. M nth is Frink Brunswick reversed. Bruton a Power and Light company Anson affirmed. Roaseu it Ala a Matthews commissioner Moore affirmed. Loan and insurance company is Carolina Beach new Hanover affirmed. Fisher a Fisher Guilford affirmed. A. L. Railroad company a hrs. A new trial was granted w. Or Wilson former mayor Winston Salem charges embezzlement 1700 while serving As guardian for John in Charles. Wilson was sentenced to serve six to eight years in prison upon bus conviction in Forsyth Superior court in May 1939. The High court held that in vide nip prejudicial to w Ilson was permitted in his trial Carnegie at Market Dale Carnegie famous author lecturer and teacher who spoke Here last night under a. B. Club auspices was taken an inspection the local furniture Market As one the High lights his stay Here. Ile is shown above Center with r. Mike Boyce left who was chairman the committee in charge the a. B. Club s arrangements and Paul w. Casey right manager the furniture Market. The court divided evenly. H. T. Thrower it a1, Cumber three to three with associate land no error. Justice a. A. F. Seawall not sit Mack administrator a Marsh tip a second decision in the a Kield and company it Ais halt Best and company Guilford reversed. New York to test the Validity a state tax imposed goods displayed in North Carolina for Tho purpose taking orders for shipments merchandise into the state. The courts previous most unusual spook stage Ano screen show Ever Don t Cosie alone lat show sat. Nite la so Paramount theto today Center run Ninart and excitement exploding into laughter Bori Oua. Sonja heme a in Quot everything happens at Hight Quot a with Liny Vinland Robert Cummings Broadhurst All six a int run Roy Rogers Quot Gabby Quot Hayes a in a a Days Jesse James serial comedy new Oil Haruni it excitement filled Quot thou Shalt not kill Quot Ghan. Bickford Owen Davin lit. Dobis ii Gene Autry in a Bia Montana skies Rialto Roy Rogers a in a come rangers Quot Cummings is Atlantic coast line Railroad. Robeson affirmed. Roth is Greensboro news company Guilford no error. State a Wilson Forsyth new trial. Shenandoah life insurance company inc., a Sandridge it als. Forsyth affirmed. Butner is Spease Forsyth reversed As to defendant Butner no error a to defendant Spease. Clinard is Wlaton Salem Forsyth error. Roediger is Sapos Forsyth affirmed. 0�?~briant, it als is Lee it Ais Durham no error. Brown a Clement company Durham reversed. Freeman it Cook Alamance reversed. Mcclain Rock a ice company Guilford no error. Sheets is Walsh Forsyth affirmed. More about business expert i it inned from Cage one store at Kingsland. Indiana for seven year and served a an aviator in the world War. At the close the War. He be came manager the Knox school salesmanship in Cleveland o., and in april. 1921, organized the first House to House Survey for business to is cities in the United states. He established the first residential school for the teaching salesmanship in Cleveland 0., in june 1921, and carried it Forward until 1929, when he launched the work in which he is now engaged reservations for free ticket May be made by telephoning miss Lambeth at 4366. Admission will be by tickets Only and they will be sent promptly after receipt a Telephone Call. Department reports 3 Small fires in City three fires since yesterday afternoon at 4 28 clock were reported today by the fire department. An Oil stove fire at the residence j. R. Mcdowell at 408 Walnut Street was extinguished before firemen arrived at 6 56 a. In. Today. Slight damage was done yesterday afternoon to a two family apartment building occupied by Ernest Jett. The fir originated with the occupants thawing out water pipes. Glenn Cook drove his car into no. 4 station yesterday afternoon to get firemen to extinguish a fir Cati red by a Short circuit in the ignition system. Soole to dinner tonight special loth Enterprise Thomasville feb. 2�?approximately 80 persons including members boy scout troop no. 21, their parents and special guests a expected to attend a dinner tonight at 7 30 at the methodist hut Given by the boy scout troop. The dinner which has become a yearly custom is a highlight in the activities the scout Chicago pro Dick Chicago feb. 2- to butter 588.216. Weaker Creamery 93 Acore 31v32u 92. 31 >4 91, 31 90. 30 �4 89. To 88. 30 9ft centralized carlot is. Eggs 7,870, firmer fresh graded extra firsts local 22. Cars 2 2 h firsts local 21 cars 21 i current receipts 21. A new meat product mor by Wilson amp co. Palace theatre Salem Street �?~enjoyable1 Thomasville coming tomorrow a Oklahoma terror a with Jac k Randall a also serial and comedy last times today a ladies in distress a with Polly Moran admission i r c . Kackle thurs Adil is Ioc m it Ltd and Kati rim children. 10c i a 9 �?�9 a 9 a a Pepper lauds pay hour Law Florida senator Speaks before South Carolina student forum Columbia s. A. Feb. 2 map a senator Claude Pepper Florida lauded yesterday passage in 1938 the Federal wage hour Law a marking the beginning a new Era for the South although a Many claimed to aet in it the death Knell the Lection. In an address before the University South Carolina student forum Pepper asserted that the South not Only had already gained much by enactment the Law but stood to gain much More through a changed attitude a the remainder the country to Bose Uay who favored the wage hour Law a saw that the South had to raise her wage scale to get a greater purchasing Power which in turn would Lead to a better Market for Southern i industries and agriculture and a 1 higher Standard living for the i Southern worker a Pepper said. I a we saw also an Economy the South native resources which had been squandered without conscience and without econ comic justification except by the use sweated underpaid labor. There was also the thought that the accelerated emergency a skilled labor Supply Strong and intelligent people would attract Industry requiring More skill and responsibility in the police patrolmen at two state meeting patrolmen Frank Shields and j. Brackett the High Point police department returned yesterday from Myrtle Beach. S. C., where they attended a meeting Law enforcement officer the two Carolinas. A Large delegation representing police departments throughout the two states was in attendance. More about Roosevelt firm continued from t a one farm members took a growing Confidence today into the critical stage their House fight to Avert a 51 per cent Cut in agriculture department fund. A the pendulum is swinging the other Way a said rep. Ferguson a okla a the member Are beginning to think that the appropriation committee has gone too far toward Economy. It May be the mistake trying to do it All in one Ferguson and other farm leaders contended that a switch in sentiment manifested itself yesterday when they successfully sponsored a Small increase in one item in the agriculture appropriation Bill. B a vote 106 to 96. The House tentatively approved a $126,000 increase in a $100,000 fund for further experiments in dry and farming. The farm forces hoped for similar victories today motions to add $1 44,000,000 to the $634.-000.000 Bill for farm tenant Loans sugar Benefit payments and disposal surplus commodities. Senators to whom House farm member look for help meanwhile. Renewed their pledge to try to reinstate whatever cuts the House finally adopts. The House appropriation committee recommended that current fund he Cut in half and that budget estimates be reduced 20 per cent a the House committee action is absolutely unjustified and we will seek to restore All which has been senator Hill i Alai said. A there also should be $12,000,000 for parity attempt to restore parity payments in the House have been abandoned because the apparent desire to reduce Federal expenditures and the fact that president Roosevelt did not recommend them. Senator Lucas Imp suggested that the Senate could accept House cuts eliminate $500,000.- from pending defense programs. Then examine the fiscal situation later in lie session. The Senate meanwhile took up the $1 1,38,693,528 appropriation Bill for More than a score Independent Federal agencies. A $39,000,000 increase in contract authorities for maritime commission shipbuilding and state deaths j. Ii. Whight Asheboro. Feb. 2.�?James i Ewright Well known Farmer the Coleridge Section died at his Home there thursday following a Long illness from heart trouble. Or. Wright had lived in the Coleridge Section for the past 40 years after he left steeds his Birthplace. He was 60 years old. Funeral service will be held from Concord methodist Church saturday afternoon at 2 clock. Rev. D. J. Huggins Rev. T. J. Green Rev. D. R. Moffitt and Rev. W. J. Huneycutt. All former pastors the deceased will be in charge the rites. Burial will follow in the Concord Church cemetery. Survivors Are the widow the former miss Lucy Craven three daughters mrs. Emma g. Craven. Or. L. H. Bray both Siler City miss Thelma Wright the Home. Four sons also survive h. L. Wright Ramseur route one w. J. And d j. Wright both Siler City Star route d. O. Of Cedar Falls. One sister. Miss Kate Wright steeds and seven Brothers Are also included in the survivors Charles who Ham Thomas Robert and George All Star Barney steeds John Wright it. Gilead. Sparta fire causes $40,000 in damage Sparta. Feb. 2.�? up a a fire which raged for two hours and destroyed three stores and the Baptist Church Here last night did damage estimated at More than $40,000. Biggest loss was suffered by the Alleghany motor company. The Greenland cafe and an adjacent Pool room were badly damaged. The Baptist Church had been remodeler recently. For a time the fire threatened the whole business District. Sparta i has no fire department and the Galax. Va., and Independence i va., fire companies battled the Blaze. The fir started in the basement the motor company. Stitch in time saves lighter Kaliski by feb. a hip doctor busily sewing up in negro who had been carved up in a Brawl asked his patient where be worked. The negro named in dry cleaning establishment. A a Altun my Quot mused the Doc to Quot by the Way do you live a cigarette lighter Quot a saw sir i ainu to got nothing like Quot he a not telling the truth Quot chirped up an ambulance attendant. Quot i turn him with a cigarette lighter while we Weir the Way a search revealed the lighter was engraved with the phys he ii a name. Ile had left it in a suit clothes sent to the dry cleaner. Mississippi River traffic is blocked stifling ire masses threaten to splinter boats new Orleans feb. 5 a fear unprecedented damage by shifting ice masses held shipping almost stationary today in the lower Mississippi River after a Brief breakup at Helena ark., ground wharves and Small boats into kindling. The Helena Floe caused $15,000 damage in half an hour yesterday before the Jam reformed. A pile up ice at Friar Point miss., estimated at is to 21 Miles Long held several boats in its grasp while a Crew 29 men Aud four women restlessly paced the deck the Federal Barge line towboat Illinois locked in a huge 23-mile Gorge near Caruthersville to. Captain c. R. Cutting Memphis tenn., master the ice bound Illinois said several Thuc boats two to barges were damaged by ice blocks but its cardio tractors farm implements steel and Grain were Safe. A if it lets go in a sudden break those blocks ice will Pound us to he said. Quot wed have to go with the Federal Barge lines in the lower Mississippi received northbound cargoes a subject to a with warm weather now the ice Gorge May break Auy minute and crush everything in its path a said j. Warner jr., Baton Rouge. A then again maybe it will freeze Over again and stay United states engineers watching the Gorge in North Mississippi said it probably would a go out gradually a but added the packed ice might a let Loose with a China is shipping More chinese rugs to the United states than to any other country. Minor reduction elsewhere raised the total about $37,,Pou above the House Hill. The Senate yesterday pulsed a $57,541,300 deficiency Bill authorizing Money for naval armaments and tax refunds. Air defense units rapped by general charges army officer hampering reinforcement defense Washington Fob. 2. A up the army was charged by one its own officers today with a a resisting reinforcement the nation s air raid defences and with Lailure to develop effective weapons. Major Thomas r. Phillips instructor at the command and general staff school asserted that the army s Standard Mobile three Inch anti aircraft gun was far Shorter in Range than larger Cannon used in the european War. The machine guns which the army relies for defense against Low flying warplanes he said Quot Are not now and never have been effective weapons for the purpose Quot while aviation has progressed by yearly Bounds american anti aircraft has devoted itself to refinement the material ten years ago a Phillips an air defense specialist wrote in the coast artillery journal. A it no longer can fulfil its Gen. George c. Marshall army chief staff waa quoted by House military committee members earlier this week As telling the committee that a $40,000,000 expenditure chiefly for an air raid warning system. Was the a first priority among army needs. Phillip Laid part the responsibility for a your laggard anti aircraft preparations a to conservative older military branches which he declared also lacked enthusiasm for recent expansion the air corps. Contending that Quot today we can be bombed and possess a almost no defense against raids he urged that the War department and Congress Quot think big in terms Protection. Guilford s 50 Highway deaths weather top North Carolina in 1939 forty counties accounted for majority fatalities by Henry Averill Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel Raleigh. Fob. 2. A forty North Carolina counties accounted for 692 the states 943 automobile deaths the Highway last year leaving Only 251 for the other sixty local units. Five Small , Alleghany Chowan Hyde and Tyrrells belong a special Honor Roll with no Highway deaths at All within their Borders in 1939. One group ten counties with Guilford setting a Pace much too bloody for the others to follow had no less than 294 deaths an average nearly 30 per county. In this group every county had More than 20 deaths. A second group la counties saw 178 deaths. Counties in this group had from 15 to 19 deaths each. Still a third group 19 counties had from to to 14 deaths each and a group total 178. Fifty five counties had from one to nine deaths each while As related five showed perfect records. These facts and figures Are gleaned from the Highway safety divisions breakdown its annual report released lat week which showed 9 43 deaths and 7,-190 injuries in North Carolina last year. Guilford a 50 Highway fatalities topped Mecklenburg by ten while Wake ran third with 36. Cumberland despite that it is not the More populous counties had 33. Followed in order by Catawba with 26 a record which might have gone much higher but for a concerted local drive which resulted in a deathless december Wayne with 24. Forsyth with 22, and Buncombe Nash and Rockingham with 21 each. Coroner says no inquest in Asheville mystery crash Asheville feta 2�? to Coroner George Baler jr., said today no inquest would he held in the death Franklin Gray 30-year-old Danville va., postcard Salesman whose body was found yesterday beside his wrecked automobile near Arden. Officers said the car apparently trashed into a Concrete Bridge mailing and Theu plunged Down an embankment. . Mitcham jr., Secretary the Hendersonville chamber Commerce Gray a companion suffered cuts and bruises Shock Aud Frostbitten feet in the wreck. Mitcham was thrown Clear the wreckage and after regaining consciousness footed to Fletcher de Aid. Mitcham fore the wrack he his shoes in the car feet. Walked Bare and summon said that Ballad taken off to warm his president Roosevelt goes to Hyde Park for weekend Hyde Park n. A. Feb 2.�? a president Roosevelt arrived Here today for a week end at his Home overlooking the ice bound Hudson. A Steeil train brought him i from Washington an overnight trip his first journey 1940 a and he motored from Hyde Park station to his estate Over roads i tufted \ till fresh Snow a principal object the trip was to allow . Roosevelt to inspect a a few Library ii which i private and Public papers will be kept. The president expects to be i Back in Washington tuesday. More about red Parachute continued from Page one bomb shelters again when ten russian planes appeared the outskirts the capital but antiaircraft fire turned the planes Back. The alarm lasted from 1 10 to 1 48 p. In. 6 10 to 6 48 a. In. E. S. . Bombing heavy it a announced officially that bombing activity yesterday was fairly heavy with 20 localities mostly Rural attacked. Two Persona were killed and seven wounded it a said. The finn charged that civilians frequently were machine gunned in the raids which were mostly in South Finland. The offence in Karelia where entrenched finn were reported holding against the new style russian Battle tactic a aimed directly at the seaport Vij Puri. Finland a second largest City and pivoted attacks in the Vicinity Summa 20 Miles to the South. At the Lime time a finnish army communique reported russian attack repulsed in the Petra to area the far North the Salla front just above the Arctic Circle and the Lake Ladoga front in the Southeast. For the first time inhabitants Helsinki were roused from their Beds by a night air alarm when the Siren sent them to shelter five minutes after Midnight today. But no planes were sighted and the alarm waa ended in 20 minutes. Several buildings were set afire in an air raid at Kovaniemi in the North however and bombing attacks occurred at Hanko Kotka and Turkey in the South. An associated press correspondent with the finnish Annie the Mannerheim line said red army infantry charged behind the advancing tank pledge Barrier the isthmus front after six hour artillery preparation. In this new assault in which 130 fighting and bombing planes participated machine a gunners and riflemen the sledges protected the tanks from finnish grenade throwers. Lasted All night the fighting lasted through the night but finnish officers said the defense line was intact and that is soviet batteries had been silenced. Finnish artillery was reported also to have scored direct hits columns Field Cannon tanks armoured cars and infantry before they could reach fighting positions. Two russian observation balloons and one air plane were reported shot Down. The russian communique Early today said a nothing importance took place at the front yesterday but reported soviet fliers had made recon loitering flights and had Quot bombed military three finnish air planes were brought Down it said White haired president Kallios peace offer was Finland a second in the two month soviet invasion. To the first a broadcast message by foreign minister Vaino Tanner to soviet Premier Vya Chesloff Zolotoff the russian answer a. An authorized statement that the Only finnish regime Moscow recognized was the russian proclaimed a people government at Terl Joki. A a a a More about ice Jam continued from Page one a it depends the Way the ice Breaks up Aslo whether there la be damage. It can be serious under Adverse conditions especially if the wind should reverse Ulm blow ice against the Twenty years ago a Railroad Bridge across the Chowan River was broken by an ice Jam. Craven said it was now planned to spend $50,000 this Spring improving the Wright memorial More about Balkan nations continued from rage one Sibly become the War s main Battlefield. Fears Germany conversely Rumania was said equally to fear a German thrust should she balk at Germany a determination to get needed supplies and to have scant Confidence in British French guarantees help because her distance from them and Poland a Fate. Thus she wants to follow a Middle course with her entente partners. The main argument rumanian foreign minister Gregore Gafencu is that the situation the other entente nations is analogous to Rumania s and greater safety for All lies in close collaboration and economic As Well As political neutrality. While Yugoslavia apparently is disposed to go along with such a policy Greece and Turkey Are farther from Germany and More closely tied with the allies we Ould face difficulties in upsetting Trade gains they have made with the allies since the outbreak War. On the other hand. Turkey is regarded As the Only entente Power that might be willing to go to War for Rumania if she were attacked by Germany Russia. A plan for a economic neutrality under which Rumania Turkey Greece and Yugoslavia would sell supplies both to Germany and the allies but Only to the extent Normal peacetime Trade was first for discussion in the closed conference. The plan appeared to he rumanian a desperate substitute for her original request for ironclad military guarantees from her partners to be invoked if necessary against either Germany soviet Russia. It seemed Plain Rumania could not win such promises. Was out the plan to freeze Balkan exports to the belligerents at prewar Levels a supported by Rumania and Yugoslavia according to reliable reports a the Best Means keeping the present Battle Trade from turning into a Battle blood. Turkey bound to the British French allies with Mutual assistance treaties and Greece guaranteed against attack by Tho allies were understood to be less enthusiastic. Rumania also a received pledge from the allies All support in their Power to resist any threat to her Independence but these promises have not appreciably curbed her fears. Her position perhaps is the most perilous All Neutral states. Turkish and greek Trade with Germany has greatly diminished since the War started replaced by larger Sale to the allies. For these nations to return to pre War quotas might mean severe economic disturbances. Thus anything agreed upon along the line Quot economic neutrality is Likely to represent a Compromise Between the two Northern Balkan states Rumania and Yugoslavia and the two other entente members who Are further removed by geography from a possible German push. As the Balkan diplomats and their staffs arrived a Semi official yugoslav statement was circulated saying that a in today conflict neutrals can not preserve neutrality by being merely politically Neutral hut must maintain rigid economic neutrality As Well a the latest footnote the Balkan conference reflecting chiefly rumanian a positions came yesterday from Germany. Britain and Italy 1 a German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop a expression Assurance that Germany and Russia do not want to extend the War into the Balkans hut rather Are working to establish a Quot stable 2 a a British disclosure a policy watchful waiting to see How far Rumania goes in satisfying Germany a demands for Oil. 3 a the italian press Campaign urging territorial revision in the Balkans chiefly behalf Hungary a claim upon Rumania for restoration Transylvania. Places around the conference table for the Flost talks today were reserved for Grigore oaf eneu Rumania. Sukrow Saracoglu Turkey Almander linear Markov la Yugoslavia and Gen. John me Texas Greece. A Are foreign ministers save Metaxas. Who is Premier. Local weather noon today. 41 Low last night. 34 High yesterday. 4 9 Trace Snow this morning. North Carolina Snow flurries afternoon partly Cloudy and in colder tonight h freeze Interior Low freezing coast suture air colder East Central portions. Winds Hatteras to Salt son Villa fresh Strong North and North win mostly Over i preceded by Over North por this afternoon tonight partly overcast saturday. Sandy Hook to Hatteras str winds mostly Northwest Over be portion and moderate shifting i becoming Strong Northwest Over Sot portion Snow equally tonight Folio by generally fair saturday. A a Charlotte feb. 2�? apr offi it weather Bureau records the Tempe. Ture and rainfall for the 24 to ending at 7 to a rn., in the Prince Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station Asheville. Atlanta. Augusta. Birmingham. Charleston. Charlotte. Freezing Evansville Galveston Greensboro Hatteras Jacksonville Little Rock. Los Angeles. Memphis. Meridian. Miami. Mils St. Paul Mobile. It. Mitchell. New Orleana. New York. Raleigh. San Antoni eau Franciaco Spartanburg Tampa. Washington Wilmington High Low 49 30 32 31 a 38 30 22 49 37 48 30 39 22 56 22 30 24 32 la 40 28 37 49 43 34 45 31 60 41 6 30 32 31 31 50 is 21 39 25 72 31 26 8 �?�0 31 38 14 61 39 38 28 48 37 61 38 63 33 49 32 67 44 42 32 33 36 More about atrocities continued from Page say 6 too persons had been Down by the close 1939, the month Atter Germany Conquy the country. A an example one paper t the Bydgoszcz mayor a . Riszewski a Kwa ordered to cd the automobile the St German secret police with Tongue. He protested and piously beaten up arid later a to the paper add that a Usho after the German took by Goa 5,000 men among them in priests were shut up in the it airy regiment stables in Gdan Street. A they were so packed that t had barely room to stand remained thua penned for weeks. At night the prisoners tone top charging that a eth Beati Tho German police and Jai passe All the paper that a in comparison the tort the famous Cheka former i Alan secret police appear speaking forced mass i Hon another paper says gently a train carrying Chi expelled from the Poznan re was Cen arriving at Sandom in Central Poland. When at a Hon a tar was opened it in cattle car30 bodies were f children who had died from Arthur Greta German error the Poznan District w has been annexed to germ said Munday that he had no in lion forcing poles to remove make room for repatriated Man from the Baltic and where but that a several the and poles who insisted g to the so called Quot governor a not yet annexed to the Reich being Given facilities for de ture. Greyer acknowledged when he first took Over he r with a Neavy hand because pole had opened the prisons mad Rougea. He contended that the drawing polish armies had lured and killed some 12,000 mans Brussels Belgium will hold a International far in March. $125,000, the fee also May threaten the $1,500,000 Albemarle sound Bridge and the $600,-000 Chowan River Bridge. Notice service by publication North Carolina Guilford county. In the municipal court the City huh Point City High Point a municipal corporation against a w Atkins and wife mrs. S. W. At Kina Robert r. Gray and wife Nannie a Gray the Prudential insurance company America. J. D. Atkins. The defendants Robert Gray and wife Nannie v. Gray will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced Agal Nat them in the municipal court the City High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name s. W. Atkins for the year 1935. And the Bald defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office the clerk the City High Point. North Carolina and answer demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty i30> Days from the 2nd Day March Imo the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 2nd Day february. Imo. Irvin s. Ingram clerk the municipal court. 2-2-9-16-23 High Point politicians at democratic meeting Wade p. Renfroe a cum i by Louis j. Fisher Waite Arinsman and Arch Schoch to Raleigh this afternoon to tend a meeting the i democratic executive Coram we hich convenes tonight. Or. Renfroe is a in pm the state committee. Notice service by publication North Carolina Guilford county in the municipal court . The City High Point. Kathryn Westmoreland Smith is. James Franklin Smith. The defendant James Fra Smith above named will take n that action Antl led a above has commenced to the municipal court the City High Point. North Una. Wherein the plaintiff wife defendant seeks to obtain an Abac divorce from the defendant grounds that the said plaintiff and Pendant have lived separate and continuously a period More two year next preceding the me Cement said action and the said defendant will further notice that he to required to appear Ore the clerk the said Mutt court the City High Point at court House in High Point. North Olina before the Lith Day february 1940 and to answer Mur to the complaint in said action 1 the plaintiff will apply to the the Relief demanded in said plaint. This the Lith Day january. E Reitzel asst. Clerk the municipal cot we. M. Jarrell attorney for plaintiff. 1-12-19-2

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