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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Better sunday february 12, 1939 the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Nign Point North Carolina Page ten Sec. R Britain and France get ready seek to pull Spain from Rome Berlin to recognize Franco government hungry hounds jail mistress he Terry one of new in lands first watchmakers Wou fashion a few dozen by Hail Ham them on the Saddle of la horse and fare Forth to so them. The new White rabbits no longer produce cheers As they Are pulled out of the Bruce Barton of new York commenting on president Roosevelt. Many present for r. F. Pierce rites ski Champion wife of w. W. Hughes Dies at local la Ospital mrs. Vida Hughes wife of w w. Hughes d de in a local Hospital at 8 of clock saturday night. She had born a patient at the Hospital since wednesday. Mrs Hughes was born in Guilford county the daughter of John Henry and Martha Johnson Stewart june 29, 1904. She had Many friends who will learn of her passing with keen regret. She was a member of the Hay Worth Wesleyan Church and took an Active part in Church work. She is survived by her husband on daughter. Mary Louise Hughes two Brothers. Otis and h. C. Stewart of High Point four Sisters mrs. R. J. Culler of Thomasville route one. Mrs. Leta Moore. Mrs. H cd Dixon and miss Welda Stewart All of High Point funeral services will be con funeral services for Ralph f. Pierce. 53. Well known High Man who died at a local Hospital shortly before to of clock thursday morning were conducted saturday afternoon at j o clock from the residence 64 2 Wesley place. The service was in charge of Rev. Hoy it fes Pennon pastor of the a first evangelical and reformed Church and Rev Milton Whitener a former pastor now of Salisbury a Large concourse of friends and relatives were present for the last rites. During the services a quartet composed of or. And mrs. T. L. Prevatt mrs. J. W. Hedrick and a. A Koonce Sang a a beneath the Cross of Jesus a a face to face and a does Jesus they were accompanied at the piano by miss Margaret Hedrick. The Many Beautiful Flowers were carried by nieces and friends. Pallbearers were Garland Bright will Jones. T. D. Wall j. J. Mcdowell Al Williams Claude Wright f. R. Hearne and George Cooper. Interment was made in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. To the one who Brines ult a pair of shoes that we cannot repair we will give $25 absolutely free. City shoe shop possibility of Loans indicates Franco ill lean to democracies by j. C. Stark London feb. apr British and French recognition of Generalissimo Francisco s regime As tile Liral government of Spain apparently is the next move of the democracies to Sway the Spanish insurgents from fascist and nazi influence. Informed quarters expressed belief tonight that such recognition might be granted next week. Britain and France seeming now to accept Franco As he inevitable Victor in Spain s Long civil War want to outbid Italy and Germany for his favor. They want a Spain free of Rora Berlin influence because Spain lies athwart vital channels of Commerce and Empire for both. Signs London and Paris see signs already that Franco wants to Deal with them despite the military Aid he has received from Germany and Italy. V British and French capital for reconstruction in Spain would he the chief inducement to Franco to prevent Italy and Germany from gaining a permanent foothold on the Spanish Peninsula. The British Market Long a vital one for Spain s experts is another. Financial circles Here believe Franco must get foreign Money from London because the economic situations and closed Economy system of the authoritarian states make the possibility of floating Loans in Berlin or Rome highly problematical. Thus British a Pound diplomacy is counted on to turn the Scales against the dictators in Spain. Two developments were seen Here As indications that Franco desires British French Friendship despite his obligations to Reichs fuehrer Hitler and Premier Mussolini. First he accepted use of the British Cruiser Devonshire for sending his emissary to the strategic Island of Minorca to negotiate its surrender by the govern ment to exclusively Spanish forces. Reit Ita la \ is away second he agreed to keep italian troops away from Catalonia Frontier with France whoa his armies routed the last government forces from Northeast Spain and took up positions along the French Spanish Border. The bombing of port Mahon on Minorca by planes reported to have been italian while negotiations were in Progress for the Island s surrender also assumed significance in the bidding for Franco s favor. Franco had promised not to bombard the Island during the negotiations aboard the Devonshire. Diplomats in London said the planes were identified As italian. These informants expressed belief which was echoed by London newspaper writers on foreign affairs that the italians who Long have had a powerful air base on the neighbouring Island of Mallorca May have staged the bombardment without Franco approval to show dislike of the British aided negotiations and to frustrate Minorca surrender to exclusively Spanish troops. If such were the fact these informants said it would be evidence of growing italian worry Over the Prospect of Britain and France making the top bid for Franco Friendship. On Commerce a opposite Security Bank bldg. You Cah Wash off a stains leaping 197 feet in his Best Effort. Reidar Andersen ski jumping Champion of Norway added the american title to his collection by winning the National meet at St. Paul. Shuns greatness he s a Success Interior Madam Ardelle Ute a radar gives advice my help in All affairs of life in business love or trouble. A seventh daughter born with a veil. Hours 9 a. In to 9 p. M. Honse no. 2000 n. Main St. Just at City limits. Scovern no main can get a foothold on the metallic Uke finish of la i k a film. Ink Kitchen Greaten match m rate how., even iodine main wipe off instantly Lucas i huh m in easy to apply. Brushes on like paint Drew like enamel with a Beautiful glows Filiti i that literally Lamew for year. Fight pastel Shavirs. A it customers frequently remark that our Soun advice help As much As the Money we lend. Because of our Broad experience in lending to individuals a it can often suggest ways to avoid future Money prob lems. It pays to see us before borrowing. Shown with two of 34 starving dogs found tethered to her san Franciaco Home mrs. Douglas Brown under arrest said the animals were being used in study for psychology degree had been Well fed until financial support was withdrawn by sponsors. A thin Low finer it Riel or limited to a few tiny Only. Today. Now a the time to get your ran of Thia new i paint that Gaithea like Vujs porcelain. For re roofing repairs remodelling estimates free no obligation on out of every 16 registered voters in Louisiana cannot write i name but a signs Quot his ballot by making a Mark. There Are 35,000 such voters registered. Hood system Industrial Bonk a in vow Kumf the of the Lune Ehi plan thet a hmm to get Long farm financing in your Anoia Telephone Arette or come in totter for the feet while Hitler seems to have claimed All Europe As his Oyster Frank Sansone of Cleveland who ate 140 at one sitting is quite a Guy too. Our fail phone Bah too North main Street at 81, and in his 20th year in Congress. Edward Taylor above Colorado Democrat is chairman of the powerful House appropriations committee. His recipe for Washington Success stay away from the idea you re going to be a great Man. We make no charges for securing Loans for your repairs $60.00 to $2,500.00 $100.00 will Cost you Only $5 98 per month for 18 months ducted from the Hayworth Wesleyan Church monday morning at 10 30 o clock. The officiating ministers will be Rev. Chaa. K. Gentry the pastor Rev. M. C. Connor a former pastor Anc Rev i a Sisk. Interment will he made in the Spring Hill come Tery. The body will be carried to the Home of her Mother 501 English Street sometime sunday. Snow lumber co established 1880 my but you re getting plump in 1939 local delegation will attend Raleigh meeting no other car in Thi world has All these features by Nail Ash Vaivio in head straight ii out engine a Suico torque free springing a greater visibility a hand shift transmission a roomier uni steel body by Fisher a torque Tuse drive a tiptoe Hydraulic brakes a Crown Spring clutch a Quot cat Yaik Cotuno a optional rear Axle gear ratios a Flash Way direction signal # suf banking k Nee action front springing Fasy in the Eye easy to buy on general motors terms continued from Page i rec. B k. F. Daily. Washington d. Cd a director of the maternal and child health division of the it. S. Children s Bureau or. M. To Foster. Fayetteville health officer and or. W. A Parker. Jackson health officer. There will a a luncheon at i of clock and an afternoon session convening at 2 of clock. Mrs. E. T. Harrison representing the High Point Junior sen ice league and Allied services will have a part on the afternoon program. Other speakers will include senator t. W. M. Long Roanoke rapids Secretary of the North Carolina medical society or Fred Hale Raleigh president of the North Carolina dental society or. Jane s. Mckimmon Raleigh prof. Georges Lawrence of the University of North Carolina mrs j. Henry Highsmith mrs. C. T. Wanzer state president for the american association of Culver sity women. Charlotte mrs. J. K. Pettengill Washington president of the National Congress of parents and teachers and other. Governor Hoe will Greet the conference at the evening session opening at 8 of clock. Greetings will also he brought by mrs. Elwood Street chairman of the National Council for mothers and babies Washington i. C. A maternal and infant care in a National health program will he the subject of an address by or. Martha m. Eliot chief of the u. S. Children a Bureau. Or. Fred l. Adair chairman of the american committe on maternal welfare Chicago will discuss a reducing the maternal and infant death an Der. F. Bayard Carter professor in the Duke medical school will present a summary. The conference is sponsored by the National Council for mothers and babies and the North Carolina state Board of health. Vichy now wed like to Point out that with the first feel of Spring in the air there a going to be another scramble to get these Beautiful new bricks. There a going to he a Rush to get behind this great cards Lively i Yna Flash straight eight Power Plant to take in the budding Countryside from behind its new wide paned windows. There la he a sudden hurry to Trade in cars that have begun to pass their prime and step out in the cushioned smoothness of Bui Coil springing full float Winter right in stride and just he warmed up when Spring comes. You la set it at prices lower than a year ago lower than you d expect lower even than on some Sixes. You la get a better allowance on the car you re now driving and like As not avoid some heavy servicing no question about that not when you recall last fall when we had to sell cars on a five and six week delivery basis. On the other hand you can get rid of a lot of grief by trading an old car now. Get rid of weak batteries Slick tires slow starting engines brakes that May be needing a relining Job soon. You la get a car in this Well made Well mannered Well groomed new Luick that la take the rest of the Damp Wash service costs Only 50c for la lbs. Ory weight and 4\/2c for each additional Pound shirts finished 9c each so Why wait until sometime a in the Spring shop Early for your Buick the most satisfying car you Ever drove shop wisely and avoid the Rush j additional specialists in Rug cleaning Metter buy Buick now i exemplar of general motors value Buick main motors inc Buick Ablest a a Lee in att to wino High Point a Only soft water. Laundry 900 North main Street High Point n. 0. Open evenings till 9 00 phone 3393

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