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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina P be two say. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of huh sin High Point North Carolina sunday february 2 weather North Carolina a Cloudy with occasional Light rain slightly colder in West and Central portions sunday dealing and colder sunday night monday fair and colder. Washington feb. 24 a i a weather Bureau records of temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending 8 p rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas Nad elsewhere station a l r fall Alpena 20 .00 Asheville. 58 36 .00 Atlanta. 35 .00 Atlantic City. <2 30 .00 Birmingham. 4? 38 .44 Boston. 32 21 .00 Buffalo. 19 .36 Burlington. 26 i of Chicago. 33 30 .14 Cincinnati. 39 34 .05 Cleveland. 19 34 .10 dal i a. 56 54 ,00 Denver. 54 23 .02 Detroit. 36 26 .29 Duluth. To -8 .00 Elpaso. 40 .00 Galveston. 70 52 .00 Havre. 8 to of Jacksonville. 65 42 of Kansas City 24 14 .44 key West. 69 57 of Little Rock 40 .35 lob Angeles. 61 55 of Louisville. 40 35 .05 Memphis. 46 39 .00 Meridian. So 39 .79 Miami. 71 56 .00 Mann St. Paul. 5 -6 of Mobile. 59 42 of new Orleans 65 48 .40 new York 26 of Norfolk. Is 36 of Pittsburgh. 38 26 .00 Portland Ore. 44 36 .13 Portland. Me. 27 17 of Richmond. 53 32 .00 by. Louts. 54 33 .17 ban Antonio. 79 48 of ban Francisco. 65 54 of Ravannah. 61 31 of Tampa. 68 41 of Vicksburg. 56 46 .43 Washington. 49 32 of Wilmington. 62 39 of my Tom mines of new South Wales produced metals Worth $82,500,-000 last year. Lemon j to ire recipe m. L. Patrick is More about on program Hitler delivers at Wilmington Wilmington feb. 24.�?i/p� More than too representatives of Exchange clubs in the Carolinas met tier tonight and heard Newman r. Thurston of grand rapids cd National president of Exchange dulls discuss Quot the tangible assets of representatives from the following Exchange clubs attended Columbia Quot and Charleston s. �?T., Wilmington Burlington High Point. Raleigh Greensboro Winston Salem and Charlotte. Speakers included District governors Harold a. Petit of Charleston and m. L. Patrick of High Point. Checks rheumatic am Otic eau p if Vou suffer from rheumatic arthritis or neuritis pain. Try this simple inexpensive Home recipe that thousands Sre using. Get a package of Ruex compound today mix it with a quart of water add the juice of 4 Lemons. In easy. No trouble at All and pleasant. You need Only 2 tablespoonful two times a Day. Often within 48 hours Home times overnight splendid results Are obtained if the pains do not quickly leave and of you do not feel better. Rex will Cost you nothing to try As it is sold by your druggist under an absolute Money Back guarantee Rue compound a for Sale and recommended by Mann a and Eckerd s and Good drug stores everywhere. Adv. More about frightened turks continued from Page one rials had denied rumours of impending War which circulated in anxious Balkan capitals As hid result of a prolonged interruption of Ommani nations. The bewildered foreign office in Ankara issued a Blanket denial of the rumours which included reports that turkish troops were mobilising on the russian Border and that Telephone communications had been shul off by a decree declaring a state of emergency. Spokesmen explained that winds of Hurricane intensity had ripped Down fives Miles of Telephone line in european Turkey. A a a. More about russians capture continued from Page one which presumably Are still in the hands of finnish defenders. Both bombing and scouting flights were made by the finnish aviators. Soviet air activity although sporadic Over Finland s entire length was not heavy Friday. The finns said they shot Down two soviet planes. Field marshal Baron Carl Gus Taf manner hint Finland s supreme commander Iii an order of the Day thanked swedish and norwegian volunteers for sharing Quot with us the dangers and trials of the his statement was taken As an indication these volunteers now Are in the firing line. France May buy an additional 200,000 military shoes in Uruguay. Continued from Page one he shouted amidst cries of approval. A is the idea that one or two Peoples of the Earth should have everything. God did no to make the world for englishmen alone. It simply cannot be that the German people Are destined to he slaves of the English and significantly Hitler reverted to Liis Early War practice of leaving France almost out of his strictures. Going Hack to 1914, he intimated Germany would have won the world War had he been at the Helm the nations leaders then lie declared were a second but today Quot we All know that neither militarily nor economically can Germany be de treated. The decisive thing is More than in any recent speech the fuehrer claimed god As his ally the ally of the German people. Awed in Sii Felix an awed hush fell Over his frequently noisy listeners when he took them Back to tile night of the blast in the Burger Brau Haus and told them solemnly Quot Only a few months ago. In a very special Way i experienced Hie hand of again Hitler invoked his Friendship with soviet Russia and Italy and this time he spoke in the same breath of Japan. Quot three mighty nations Quot which were Germany s enemies in 1914 now Are Friendly a benevolently Neutral Quot he said. This was just one of the reasons he gave Why Quot it cannot be otherwise that we must be victorious we shall lie Quot today Italy is our Friend not Only because the two leading statesmen Are friends but because ideologically they arc friends a he said. Soviet friends Quot with soviet Russia too we became friends. Quot of Well understand Why our j enemies were thrown into consternation. Both the russians and i we Are too Good to bleed for International jewish jobbers at London. Another Factor in Germany a j favor. Hitler declared. Is that the British will still think they can repeat the conditions of the last War and peace. Quot that a Why those idiotic Leaf i let Are thrown Down Quot he jibe. Quot those people have no con-1 caption of the Germany of to a greater secrecy than Ever surrounded Hitler s speech tonight. No announcement of his presence in the Hauf Brau Hall was made until he actually marched through the doors. Before that in Berlin. Authorized sources declined even to say that he had gone to Munich and this Forenoon the Flag of the chief of state still flew from the Reich a chancellery. After 13 a ears murder catches i it till negro news of coloured people a. F. L. Plans to launch big organization drive financial Independence More about peace Security continued from Page one is fighting a a a crusade Quot for Freedom and to abolish Quot the spirit of militarism and accumulation of armaments which is pauper izing All Europe and not in the least Germany St \ i is terms Quot How in Concrete terms arc these Aims to be secured Quot he asked and answered Quot first Independence of the Bol s and cinch must lie assured Quot secondly we must have some tangible evidence that will satisfy us that any pledges of assurances Given will be fulfilled. Under the present German government there can be no Security for the he called Finland a fight against invading Russia a a heroic struggle against Quot a Gigantic and unwieldy adversary Quot and in an incisive passage on the British raid into a norwegian fjord to free 229 British captives from a German prison ship said Quot a Neutral must not complaint if Britain Quot commits a Mere technical breach of neutrality taking no Neutral life and touching no Neutral property in freeing men Quot illegally made Chamberlain replied to a vote arc Hie it Rev special to the Enterprise Thomasville feb. 24.�?arilli Curry High Point negro. Who is charged with a murder in Thomasville 13 years ago is shown above. On the night of april 7, 1927, Roosevelt Kearns Thomasville negro was killed by the discharge of a shot gun. Curry was hunted in connection with the crime but nothing has been heard from his during the 13 years until recently when chief of police f. C. Smith of Thomasville received a tip that Curry was in the Vicinity of Lumberton. He contacted sheriff e. C. Wade of Robeson county and Curry was arrested. He is now being held in the Thomasville jail and will probably he Given a preliminary hearing in the Thomasville court monday morning. It is believed that Curry will enter a plea of self defense. As it has been established that Kearns was in Possession of a shot gun also at the time of the shooting Kent Al shooting Jackson ivy., Fob. 24. Up a a former county democratic chairman was killed and the son of Quot bloody Breathitt Quot county a sheriff was wounded tonight in a blazing gun Battle engendered. Police chief a s. Sizemore said. By Quot bad feelings dating Back to the 1938 Barkley Chandler democratic senatorial primary. Recreation notes the director of the negro division of the local recreation project. Charles a. Whittaker has announced that the Community boys tub and the Southside and Washington Street centers Are offering special events during the month of March to increase the membership. Tile goal is 200 boys. The main event for the first part of March will be a City wide Kite tournament. Girls or. Whittaker stated Are also urged to take a part in the tournament for tile to o centers Are attempting to increase their attendance. The tournament is divided into three divisions i drawing and designing of kites 2 the making of kites 3 and the Kite flying contest. All designing and making of kites is to be done at either one of the above mentioned centers. Materials will lie furnished by the centers. All those desirous of entering the contest Are asked to begin work monday evening at the Center workshops. All who Are interested in joining the Community boys tub Are asked to meet at their respective centers tuesday evening at 4 o clock. Girls Are asked to meet at the same hour with the women recreation leaders. William Penn news the play Quot old Man presented at William Penn High school tuesday evening brought to the attention of those present two students As excellent character interpreters. The two Samuel s. Keenan and Margaret Hill gave a vivid portrayal of the out of step and aged parents of three Ultra modern Harle mites. Keenan was particularly effective in his outburst of parental indignation upon the discovery of ungrateful Ness of his children. Mozelle Winchester also put in a Good role As the Temer amen Tai and Bossy wife of one of the sons. Also presented on the same program was a one act play using Only three character who however acquitted themselves Well. They were Henry Porter surgeon Mary Harris nurse and Mitchell pert re gangster. The cast of characters in Quot old Man Peter Waas follows Pete Collier Samuel Keenan a tidy Collier. Margaret Hill Sam Collier. Mitchell Persia Maria lews Marie Reid Khmur Lewis. Alonzo regains Vivian Collier Mozelle Winchester policeman Henry Porter guests. Earline Davis Ruth Caldwell Mary Lou a Arter Helen Boul Ware. Ernest Harris. Obadiah Williams and Jesse i be Gray. Mrs. E. P. Wilson directness of dramatics directed the two plays. Atlanta feb. 24�? Ltd a the american federation of labor Here next week end will launch an organization drive in Fields which heretofore have resisted unionization. Headed by federation president William Green representatives of to Southeastern states numbering 2.000 or More plan a three Day discussion of organization legislative and other problems affecting both employees and employers. Green to speak Green who will deliver a nation wide radio speech Abc saturday night March 2. Said at a Miami meeting earlier this month that the federation would place particular emphasis on the South and West in membership activities. He estimated the drive would produce 500,000 new members by october which he said would give the federation More than 4,500,000 on its Rolls. The drive in the South will be concentrated on textiles retail Trade Marine workers office and White Collar workers government employees and Quot miscellaneous industries Quot the federation president said. No fixed program meeting with the various state boards Here will be Heads of the a. F. organization and legislative departments. Quot there is no fixed program Quot said George Googe Southern representative of the a. F. Of l. Today Quot but organization discussions will predominate we also plan discussion of existing labor legislation in the Southeast with the aim of bringing about More uniformity in existing the ten states to be represented Are Virginia North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia Tennessee Kentucky Mississippi. Alabama Louisiana and Florida. Senate ready for arduous Trade debate senator Brownd Mich suggests Congress be Given new \ Eto Power peas have ration list in been placed on the the Netherlands. Thanks a efts from his audience with of the word Quot ladies and gentlemen i Ani still Young. Time is before me i Hope that even yet i May have the Chance of putting my energies into the work of nothing la pm i Livit no in elaborating on the Aims in the War against Germany Chamberlain declared Quot in what i have put Forward As our alms there is nothing humiliating or oppressive for anybody and on such a bans we for our part should be ready to seek a aet tit or tit with any government that had subscribed to those Aims and Given proof of their sincerity. Quot but xxx the next step does not lie with us. We Are resolved that Freedom shall prevail and xxx until we Are satisfied that Freedom is Safe we shall continue to do Battle with All our soul and All of our strength and of the strength of the whole the prime ministers demand for restoration of Independence of poles and czechs As a primary requisite of peace was echoed in an address by sir Archibald Sinclair. Leader of the Liberal opposition in the House of commons who also asserted Quot every nerve must lie strained to help the finns. Mrs. Of ret Young Speaks mrs. Otsaree Young interviewer in the Wrenn Street Branch of the North Carolina state unemployment service and wife of or. Vav. E. Young spoke at William Penn High school Friday morning Oil preparation for jobs. Mrs. Young while explaining the qualifications for various jobs urged that All Young people get at least a High school education adding that such an education increases ones chances of getting a Job 90 per cent and that further training increases their chances 140 j or cent. In support of her emphasis on education she stated that 88 i per cent of those applying to the employment service for jobs have had neither vocational training nor a High school education. Personals mrs. David Wellington Byrd. Of Norfolk va., is visiting her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Murray b. Davis of 135 Underhill Avenue. Mrs. Byrd is the wife of or. D. A Byrd Well known physician of Norfolk. Vs., Aud a leading official of the National medical association. Miss Theodosia Davis has returned to Philadelphia pa., after spending two weeks with her parents Here at 1512 East Lee Street. Friends of John Kilby will be sorry to learn that he is still a path it at Burrus memorial to pita friends of mrs. Grayce Yokel will be sorry to learn that Washington feb. 24. Up a senator Brownd Mich suggested today that Congress be Given the same veto Power Over Trade agreements that it has Over presidential orders reorganizing government agencies. The reorganization orders go into effect automatically after a 60-Day period unless either House disapproves. Brown is counted As a Quot doubtful Quot member of the Senate finance committee which will Start hearings monday on legislation to extend the reciprocal Trade act for three years from next june 12, Lite present expiration Date. The House approved the measure 216 to 168. Last night. Hope his Early vote. Democratic leaders hoped for an Early Senate vote. Chairman Harrison a Missi of the Senate committee said the Senate committee might report the legislation by the end of next week. Majority Leader Barkley of Kentucky expressed the opinion that Senate debate might be completed in a week. A ailing his proposal Quot left hand i de approval Quot Brown said it might be a possible Compromise if there w Ere a close vote on a proposal to give the Senate Power to ratify or reject Trade agreements. Administration leaders . How. Ever that the ratification pro postal. Advanced by several Bena j tors would be Defeated. While foes of the legislation predicted a close vote in the sen j ate finance committee. Harrison j said there was no doubt that the measure would be approved liar Rise ii View was supported by j senator George a i i another finance committeeman. Cwi v Eek ahead in the general Cong res Iona i lure leaders called for a Laste Early next week. A addition to the finance committee hearings on the Trade pro Senate body urges anti Trust increase Washington feb. 2 4 a up a the Senate appropriations i committee recommended today a $150,000 increase Over budget figures in the funds for the Fod it Al governments anti Trust division. The committee voted a total of $1,400,000 for that division of the Justice department after assistant attorney general thur. Man Arnold had testified that anti Trust suits had saved Consumers $270,000,000. Arnold also asserted that for every Dollar spent by his division the Treasury had received $5 in fines More about neutrals will continued from rage on 50 ships and the lives of seamen. In addition Sweden is corned by the recent bombing the swedish Border town of Jala which the government attributed to soviet Rusf planes. Norway still is seeking a Dement of hey altmark Inch Iii w hich Browsh warships in1 cd her territorial Waters seized 299 British seamen prisoner on a nazi ship. By uti of Row Ord i inti paralleling these problem the question of the attitude three nations should adopt Ward assisting Finland in War with Russia and Saf Guj intr their neutrality. In their meeting. Koht Munch were reported to a hit lie Ach in Dot ii Germany and Britain it Gard to wartime shipping. Germany has advised the Dilovian countries to give us Commerce with England but general View Here is that Sui course would mean a tei blow to scandinavian Foi Trade. In ii a Iii g de the Neul to entrust their ships to Al convoys but to do this it pointed out would expose Donavian vessels to the full of War and make them the Tima in targets of German marines. Danish ship lost even As the ministers Gal cd. Wold has received that other danish vessel the i ton Asse had been sunk Ini Atlantic with the loss of lives. Norwegian newspapers at de unrestricted submarine fare As Quot purest piracy an Oslo shipping times aug gel that deliveries from Norw Germany Quot he reduced by loading each time the Gen sink a norwegian Gram. There will he a hearing by the Senate agriculture committee on the $722,000,000 farm Bill approved by the House farm state senators Are seeking to add $200,000,000 for parity payments. Col c Volt a 35 i Bol 111 i k k it la i to f of hip Muth As seen in Vogue Star pie a ill at her Home on Kivett she is drive. First Baptist Hirth Rev c. E. Griffin of Mebane will preach at the first Baptist Church today at the la of clock Aud 6 30 p. In. Services. I p a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a p a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a in a a a a a a a a a a a a a a p a a a a a a a a a a a a i a a a a i note of Joy for a Zitcer ensembles. Vibrant blossoms on backgrounds of glorious color a the new vivid or misty tones that Are Springs High fashion costume colors. Finest Irish Linen hand rolled hems. Look for she Label. Each Quot Bijj special any Plain garment cleaned and pressed Cash and carry monday tuesday wednesday Felt hats cleaned and blocked Iii Khia Sij to Lins main Plant 1s08 English Street 611 South main Street ladies Iid fill meets ladle Aid Circle four of St Mark Church met at the Home of or. Jane Whitworth on West Street tuesday. Very interesting talk were made by mrs. Lula Carter and mrs. Elsie Lowe. Others present at the meeting were Mesa fuses Della stems Mary Reed Emma Foushe Gertrud Kendall. Estelle Nelson. Hattie la Ach Bettie Evans and Estelle a Arter misses Blanche Lii idea it and Daisy Tribble. The next me i lug w ill be held at the Home it mrs Lula Carter. 1502 we i Street. I i Wrd tans git e i delightful Danch in a very Lovely setting of Black and Orange the patrician Tut gae an unusually Delight to dance at Kilby Arcade Friday eve thing. The very artistic manner in which the paper streamers Rad ated from a Center Rosette con stoutly Drew ooh s and aha a of admiration from the guests. The Large number of guest present was drawn not Only from High Point but from Many of the cities nearby and from places a far away is Rock Hill s. C. Music was furnished by or. H. L. Clum Wells broadcasters of Winston Salem. Fairview Street news the primary department of Fairview Street school will pre sent tile play Quot Hay and Gerda or the Snow Queen Quot thursday evening at 8 of clock. Trinity to play monday a basketball game will be played at Fairview Street school monday afternoon at 3 3u of clock the visiting team will be Trinity school. Card of thanks we wish to thank our friends for the kind expressions of gym by shown us during the illness and death of our son. Husband and father Jethro j. Martin and also tor Hie Beautiful Floral design t signed i mrs. Sarovia Martin and family. I a a a a in a a a a a a in a a a up a a f p a a in r of a f or a a a a in a a a a a a a a up a a a a of a a in a a in a a a a a a a a a a Fig a a in i in p p a j a a p a a a a in a a i a a i a a r a a p in a a in e a a i i a a p a a or p t i $13 95 Man Admire simple classic Una Fet fashions. And the women who h Good taste to Wear them1 Beau Cate is the newest of the Well bred casuals signed by Frances Dexter. A flared i Bow pocket and convertible neck a notable feature. In to Jour Rayon is pastels Navy of Black. Sizes to new in children s department old fashion baby aprons in solid color Broad doll contrasting trim and animal designs also a Jaq Gingham checks with Rick rack and ruffles us Flar Leeq

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