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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news Anu wan i ads the Nils Section Section a e local news and Wani ads the has Section member associated 1�?~kess High Point n. C., thi Kasday afternoon january i. 10to Complete Nea service Price five cents College University Heads will speak Here Early tax listers thronging office at county building added personnel relieves possible congestion by crowds unusually Large number of persons have been crowding the county building to list taxes for 19 40, t. R. Short assistant Guilford county tax supervisor of High Point township said this morning. Or. Short said that since the books were opened tuesday morning for listing that a steady Stream of local residents have been pouring into the building. The opening Day he said approximated the number reported in Greensboro. It is estimated that approximately $4.1,000,000 will be listed Al the Iota office. Attention was again called to change in listing dates. Last year the listing was done in april while for the first time it was set for january of this year. Payments will be due in october As in 1939 the office hours Are from 8 30 a m. Until 5 . On tuesdays and thursdays during january or. Short said the office will also be open from 7 until 9 at night. The addition of five new listers for the month has relieved the possibility of congestion at Tho Hooka or. Short said.  mu.�?. A a. Kudzu being used to Stop erosion protect roads Bank and ditches with Plant boost S. Navy above British great Britain United states additional construction for . Navy proposed by Vinson Bill. 23 battleships 23 780,550 tons 764,300 tons 3 aircraft carriers 14 aircraft carriers a a a 241,600 tons i 54,600 ions 15.heavy is 145,620 tons 171,200 tons 8 cruisers 72 j us 25 by cruisers in i. 441,135 ions 197,775 tons 52 destroyers 215 / destroyers 264 301,300 ions 341,870 ions 32 submarines 72 submarines 114 a i 71,255 ions 118,425 ions totals 411 ships 451 ship 1,981,460 ions 1,748,170 ions total 95 ships 400,000 ions new edition of c. Of c. Booklet to be published Industrial commercial statistics to be disclosed a a what a made in High Point and who makes it Quot a Booklet of the High Point chamber of Commerce will be reissued in latest edition form some time this month Frank j. Sizemore Secretary said today. The compilation of information for the Booklet is based on business and Industrial listings in the latest City and Telephone directories and or. Sizemore asks that All firms which have begun operating in High Point since these directories were issued communicate with the chamber of Commerce As soon As possible. It was pointed out by or. Sizemore that the furniture and j textile industries in High Point can order anything they need from a local firm or through the local representative of an out of town firm. Hence High Point should provide ample incentive for new industries to locate gathering information for the Booklet for which Many out of town requests have been received a compilation of sup-1 pliers of furniture and textile j materials was made part of which follows furniture frames. 6 furniture hardware 13 veneers plywood flooring foreign and Domestic lumber. 28 Church speakers six College and University or increase in in. S. Navy strength propose by the Vinson Bill in to go before this Ltd a it Ion of Congress will push our Fleet ahead of the ill itch hiring additional construction taken on during the War. Ai Leady the c. S. A More vessels afloat hut they total i 9 a lighter tonnage l Gate Bown Are for War ships built build sharpening tool ing or appropriated for up to Huo i commercial photographers 3 knobs carvings Dowel pins. 2 a Springs 5 furniture finishes. 5 sunday evening addresses at Wesley memorial Church on current topics. They Are a mtr Rora Glass 3 Cotton batting to right or. W. P. Few of Duke or. Walter l. Lingle of Davidson. Or. Howard rom fabrics upholstery supplies Salem and below or. Frank Graham of the University of North Carolina or. Cive a a a i sandpaper a in. Abrasives. J f glufon1 Anit or. J. I. Humphrey and wheels to _ if High Point. High Point men metropolitan insurance District meet Many Farmers who have found. Kudzu a valuable Plant for Coil Ajla Jamji Kina line trolling erosion in their it is Aie in it Penn planning this Winter to aet out 5 Kudzu along roads through their farms to protect Road Banks Ami ditches according to county agent j. I. Wagoner and i. H. J Hall jr., assistant conservationist of the soil conservation service in the in up River project near High Point. Kudzu crowns or seedlings j planted on the edges of Fields along secondary or farm roads of High Point was represented yesterday afternoon at 2 30 of clock in the metropolitan life insurance company Greensboro District staff meeting. The meet. Lug was held in the District of of Given proper care for the first i noes in Greensboro. Its Puryear or two will cover adjoining i pose was to review the past year Oad Hanks and ditches with a and to make plans for 1940. Mat of vines. The vines will not District manager Alia p. Mulli Only protect these areas and put Gan presided. An end to raving and washing j the company s Emblem was along the roads hut will also presented to m. E. Block of prevent loss of soil from the ad-1 Greensboro for 25 years conic a Ling Fields. I tenuous service among the metro in some sections development j Politan leaders in the insurance of deep gullies along Road ditch Field. He is president of the pro a it cd and even caving of Road Banks i $100,000-club for this area has made it necessary to relocate j which includes nine Southern roads. Even where less serious states. Service medals soil movement has occurred the presented by or. Block to George Cost of Road maintenance has p. Cobb of Burlington five years service and to Paul w. Pittman of Burlington and Samuel b. Clapp of this City. For to and 15 years service res plan to repaint county building ii. Stansbury flays visit to local office Alrutz named a Diu. T i men meet Here music teacher yarns dyers. 5 hosiery machines. I 2 miscellaneous hosiery equip ment i Overall and clothing tickets i hosiery transfers labels seals etc., 6 textile Oil specialities dyestuffs Salt soaps etc., 5 supplies and services for All t i l a i types of industries Are listed As county chairman Cor. Hox and con. Trainers. 2 paper twine specially bags 2 machinery machine parts and repairing castings steels work and other Allied products la floor Wax polishes. ,.i brushes 2 awnings tarpaulins mil.l0fy.k. A a a. Told a tar thur. Pad. I building mat for the repainting of the county c11 Urna e it not both a main-1 a. Intent of the qty a. Hoopla i ten Anre materials tanks stacks i or. Alrutz who will assume and Plant engineering 3. President of Duke to open series talks six consecutive sunday evening addresses at Wesley memorial in order that its members and the Public generally May have the Opportunity of hear i ing the discussion of some of the fundamental problems of today Wesley memorial Church is bringing to High Point the i presidents of six colleges and i universities. Beginning next sunday evening and continuing through february la the addresses to i be delivered Are As follows or. William Preston few president of Duke University january 7 or. Walter l. Lingle president of Davidson College january 14 or. Howard e. Rondthaler president of Salem College january 21 or. Frank p. Gra i Ham president of the University of North Carolina. January 28 or. Clyde e. Milner president of Guilford College february 4 i or. G. I. Humphreys president of High Point College february la. R or. Embree h. Pinckard Pas of i tor of Wesley memorial Church they Are above Lott said that each speaker will Helthaler of permitted to choose his own sub Lyde Milner j a a it. However the general thought for the series is Quot if i had Only one message to president few or. W. P. Few who will de who will deliver a series Caf Fey visits a leaders Here chairman George l. Stansbury the county commissioners c. F. Carroll jr., superintendent of the City schools announced today the appointment of Louis m. Alrutz of Chicago to the to Cit Ion of instructor in instrumental music in the music de boost Lonsul Nipton of Dairy products John w. C Aff a of greens Boro. On of the it or who Are Sec King e Hales the a do a Moons die nomination for in image co Aires in the sixth District. Of ii Cera is in Higl i Point today con i Fei at Thein iring with Iota party Lei Ders Belt. Of of his candidacy. J after Quot i w Ouid i a pleased if it were discus or Imari r Day today or. C Affey building Interior or. Stansbury was in High i Point this morning inspecting the building and said that a i Parentis it needed some work j on the Interior. He said that he understood there was a surplus of spa painters at Liberty j at the present time and that they could be utilized for the local he said the county would furn so the paint while spa would were furnish the labor. He declined to make an estimate of the projects Cost. 5 been considerably increase d by the washing of Hanks and the clogging of Road ditches and culverts. The be of Kudzu As Protec-1 a actively. Live vegetation will not interfere president Leroy a. Lincoln with the cleaning out of ditches i no Sage to the nationwide per by Road machinery it is Point Onnel was reviewed by Clay r de out. Once Kudzu has he Miller of Greensboro. S a b come established along the Road Dapp of this City reviewed the Side Volnea will quickly spread message of Sud cover the ditches again after agencies k. The accumulated Silt has been High pointers will attend Chicago Mart among the High Point people planning to attend the Chicago i a a. Furniture Market which opens in i demonstration project near High that a tiv next monday Are w. A. J re let. Tho form Quot Hunn Sal area Quot has new practice is adopted on farms eliminates excavation of Terrace outlets Farmers in the local soil con-1. A a. A a Ner vation service re. Are devel a by a to a Opinto a practice to eliminate exit a he numb it a of a Quot a in Cavatio of Terrace outlet channels even in Fields where no natural draw is available for use As a Meadow outlet according to j. I. Wagoner county agent and Woodrow m. Brown agricultural Engineer of the soil conservation his position next monday received his Bachelor of music education degree from the american conservatory in Chicago and j later studied at Northwestern i University where he received ibis masters degree in music Edu cation. He has had two years practical experience. Or. Carroll said this morning that the new instructors work will he mainly in the elementary i schools As the increased interest said pain. Urh it seeking to increase t of milk a group of Appl by 40 Guilford county r and distributors met Sheraton hotel yest Erdt noon to participate in i Aion led by j. I. Wagoner Guilford county farm agent and prof. A. Kinirey of the Dairy division of the North Carolina state College Extension service. The meeting was held to effect a working agreement Witti j by in Ataman the National Dairy Council with the purpose of increasing the consumption of milk. The Council has no affiliation with either Stato or Federal governments and the present plan is for the producers and the distributors to i finance the services of a full time rear red nit the Cantaro attorney. Liver the first address next sunday evening was born in Greenville s. december 29, 1967 in 1889 he received the a. B. Degree at Wofford College he be came master of arts St Harvard University in 1893 and was awarded the pm. D. Degree at the same institution in 1896, in addition. He has been the recipient of honorary degrees from Many other institutions. His Alma mater Wofford College conferred upon him the degree of la. In 1911. Or. Few was professor of English at Trinity College now the undergraduate school of Duke prominent figure in the 1939 j University. 1896 to 1910, Dean Sion of the North Carolina 1902 to 1910. He became Presie n e r a i Assembly has been Dent of the College in 1910, and pending most of his time recent was elected president of the uni fic said he had built Tae foundation there for a Good county organization and expects to carry Alamance despite the candidacy of de r. Hanford of Burlington. Announced candidates for the varsity in 1934. This position he s retained until the present be. I flashes of life by the associated press White schools studying instrumental music to 472. Cowan Speaks at rotary meeting position now held by Congress tentative for Guilford j Man Carl t. Durham of Chapel county to publicize and further Hill. In addition to the incumbent j advertise the values of milk. Himself Are or. Caffey or. Han .4 Khz not theirs a a _ 1 a it Rrt r to a or. A j Ford and Osar Barker of Dur runner up in the 1938 health talk in Lam superintendent of i s he a to Quot i Quot in 2 1 _ i Ney Tomlinson Rey Neville Rol and Holton. Robert Cottam cleaned out by Road machines. A a turn Over Case to Federal men c. Ringer of the Home office in new York City. I , u.,. Norman fld or. Formerly of ,-1 of Quot Trier Wal it h n<1 h or it a of High Point Agency but now of Burlington and or. Mulligan Cue. The term Quot disposal area Quot Hai been adopted to designate an area of permanent vegetation established on a portion of a cultivated Field where water con talk on submarines or. R. A. Herring c officer made a Brief which he brought out the fact j Prima l in that the milk consumption in High Point amounts to Only two lifts of a pint per person per Day whereas the National average is one third of a pint per person per Day. Prof. Kimrey in discussing the value of milk emphasized that it is the most essential of though a Quot Boom a is not expected an Active Market is an included the program with Brief old Paton with the introduction of several new lines of furniture talks diplomas for proficiency in a recent correspondence course such areas so the Farmers can an agent of the Federal Bu-1 were awarded to j. Howard Chile a decree fixing All rents establish permanent vegetation Reau of narcotics is exacted to j Scott Raymond e. Collie and at september 1938, Levels has j on them in Advance of i a we face or a 0j High aroused opposition and May cause fan shaped area with the i a hat this Type or ii Berrier of a decline in the construction of Broad end toward the lower Side u8 a very modern invention the 1 i of the Field will serve to spread 1that Ila has Job i All human foods and that it sup ,. Basing his discussion in a Large lies items not found in other a tinted or a a a a a a a a a meagre on Phon Al experience of a Zodl. Old that Duhne the a ii h o Sal nod during the world War ant year of a Persona life into. Soil conservation service ��rk-1 a a r b m cow a a la. Patel. A in the entire food. Or Are assisting Farmers in Tom salvation army entertained the and in order to build mining the proper location rotary club today with a talk on us marines. Referring to the local musicians May get try outs Chance to participate in youth orchestra come to High Point soon to in-1 Henry t. Resti Kate the theft of from $15 Point and to c. To $20 Worth of narcotics from Greensboro or. Fidler. Or. Pitt i dwellings. Betts drug store. Man and or. Noah aft of Bur i a police department detectives. Hoxton Ernest s Thomas of two horseshoes made by his investigating the breaking and Franklinville Clarence m. White sons were buried with the Village and or. Hawkins both of Blacksmith p. Pett in Modding t of a re ton. England. Entering last night of the drug store said they had notified the i Greensboro bureaus office in Greensboro and were turning the Case Over to that office. A police patrolman on his beat Early this morning discovered that a rear window of the store had been broken out and a further invest Igat Ion showed Eliat someone had been inside the building. One of the proprietors of the store after checking on his Supply of drugs said that from $15 to $20 Worth of liar j comics was missing. Robbins funeral held at Springfield Church funeral services for mrs. Minnie May Robertson widow of Edward l. Robertson who passed away at her Home High Point route 4, monday afternoon Wert conducted from Springfield friends Church wednesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock by miss Clara i. Cox pastor Rev. E. W. Contr pastor of Providence Wesleyan methodist Church and Rev. C k. Gentry pastor of Hayworth memorial Wesleyan methodist Church. Pallbearers were John Cox a tames Cox George Cox Raymond Robertson Oscar Patterson Sud Ray Lamar. Interment followed in the Church cemetery. High Point resident if if paroled by governor mayor for live Long seconds a tired after being j. B. Huffman of High Point.1 mayor of Memphis for five Long seconds Edward la. Crump. V on a j rigid leaves on a Well earned vacation firing snowballs at spectators. The political overlord took the Road station and then resigned to Mali Lei to take the Job. I Tho increasing volume of water i a 11 y can be traced As far a emptied by successive terraces a the year 1775 during who Down the slope or. Brown Point year experiments Rookin i de out. Undersea navigation were begun various forms of vegetation. In this country. After various including Kudzu Les Pedreza ser unsuccessful experiments were Icea. Annual Les Pedreza and other conducted by several inventors annual and perennial plants can Over a Long period of time the be used to provide vegetative speaker continued. Simon Lake cover for Tho Safe disposal of j produced a submarine in the year Terrace water he said. These 1901 which was sufficiently Suc areas can be utilized to furnish Cess Ful in operation to Lead our i supplemental Hay As seed Patch country and others to adopt it. Is. And to provide food and cover by the time of the world War for wildlife. They May be local undersea boat had come into de either within the Field or along Field Borders where Trees can also be used to give vegetative Protection. Elliott funeral held and maintain a Strong body a minimum of one quart of milk per Day is widely held necessary Between the age one and 17, and after that at least one pint of milk a should he used. The meeting yesterday was sponsored by the Dairy division of the state College Extension service. J. Kimrey nya supervisor located Here was asked by the state administrator today to assist in locating Young musicians in this area who Are interested i in try outs in the selection of Asp i Leopold Stokowski Sall american Day youth orchestra. The nya for North Carolina at North Park Church general use in the leading navies. Of the world and during thai War proved to be one of the most dangerous Type of offensive weapon available. Herbert Speas. A student at tin j local High school was introduced hot wound in he Rte it foot re i ----1 i i plans to conduct a state wide j t classical music contest to Aid in j selecting the orchestra personnel. The group will be organized this j Winter for a Goodwill tour of South and Central America. J the National youth adminis a t rat Ion will recruit from throughout the country the 109 Young musicians who Are to make up the orchestra whith the famous conductor Stokowski plans to i take on tour. Only applicants accidentally shot Iii foot under the age of 25 years will x o j a i t i be eligible but both nya work incur Wedgefield Era Aud non by a Young people i. In Dunn 618 English or a Avn in Der to help the National today remained a patient at the organization a Ltd Ruit the Best to Burma memorial Hospital where Lent that it North Carolina nya lie was taken yesterday afternoon is now making plans to conduct for treatment of a severe gun j a pol test of skilled Young inns inns in Raleigh during the Early i. B. Dunn injured on Hunting trip it ii. Way funeral services for Chi Elliott 61, who passed Early tuesday morning were conducted from North Park Baptist Church this morning at la of clock by the Iza Stor Rev. Ernest m. Smith. During the services the Church choir Sang Quot Safe in the arms of Jesus a a face to face a and Quot abide with pallbearers were Charles Gurley Stanley Faulkner g. T. Eni Bier a. P. Smith g. M and Jake Jones. Interment was made family plot at Floral cemetery. School attendance Good in City today As Junior rotarian of the land or. O. A. Kirkman a Cut As a visitor. In eel red in a Hunting Accident. The Accident was said to have part of february to select those who will be Recomb tided for occurred near Sedgefield when j regional try outs under the Alrec lion of or. Stokowski state officer reviews Survey Shaver in the Garden or. Dunn and w. W. Ward were preparing to return to High Point from a Hunting trip and a gun which w. W. Ward was unloading went off wounding or. Dunn who was standing by the car talking with Orville White. The. American Ruxine club Ai �?T�?T�?ofp"11 attendant reported _ i that injuries were confined to the ankle and foot and that j real property Survey was in the _ fairly Coni portably. A. B. Club officers Are installed Here in Stansbury supervisor fort Wayne. Id a burglars who broke into the Grabill gain and milling co., office set Loose tear Gas intended to protect the property but it did t make them cry. They opened window and stood by while the room cleared. Then they blew the Safe and left with $400 to $500. Unpalatable Waynesboro a. A Eugene Critzer by Clame his Teeth on the business end of a jammed air Rifle and twisted. Tile gun went off. Titzer surprised spit out the Pellet. It had entered the tip of ills Tongue and bounced off his palate. Pire Wellington tire sounded its of n alarm. The Blaze starting in a shoe store Short circuited wires and flashed lights in the Telephone office. But the shoe store and adjoining drug store were damaged $8,000 before firemen could quench the flames. W asted Effort Ogden Utah a Clarence Byrne found a Nick Duck Aud nursed it Hack to health a two months Job. Then lie set it free with a tag bearing his Uncle s name attached to its log. A few Days later the Uncle. Walter Byrne of Piedmont wyo., received a letter from a Denver sportsman Quot finest Duck i Ever delayed steal Omaha neb. A a 3 5-year-old burglar paused too Long when lie broke into an Oma a bar. Detectives found him gulping his Way toward the Bottom of a quart bottle of whisky. He collapsed when they took it away from him. Was revived by fire from the Raleigh office of the i men. Right its weekly meeting tuesday night at the Elwood hotel installed i new officers to serve during the next six months. Or. Walkup Mccain was installed As president succeeding Don Ald Conrad. Other officers in stalled were m. Z. Perkinson. Vice president Joe Temple second vice presi Dent Bill Siceloff. Corresponding Secretary Hamlin Briggs record ing Secretary Arthur Fidler or governor Hoey prepares for operation at Duke Durham Jan. Pm gov High Point office this week reviewing the tabulations which have almost been completed. The compilation of facts and figures gathered in the real property Survey in High Point is expected to be completed within the next two weeks. Curtis h. Anderson director help w a vied classified and Quot sunday or monday Only Cash for your Christmas tree a brought t. R. Faragher so Many Calls he j had to leave Home for two Days. He blamed friends for inserting the Adas u prank. Nor Hooy was a patient today i 0j Gurvy Gay in this City stated lid convicted Here in of charge of Drunken Drivie four months sentence k the seven persons who Hoe Given a was amt w Ere paroled today by go till of office at the railway for Walter chant the attendance in the City schools today superintendent c. I treasurer Sam in Denn f. Carroll jr., said was slight Gea it at arms. By better than 90 per cent. Committees for the new Yea til is compares favourably with were appointed and the the attendance yesterday which was 89.1 per cent As compared with a Normal seasonal attendant of 9 4 per cent. Was disc Sion relative to a dance which will be Given by tile club next saturday night at Emery Wood country club. At Duke Hospital suffering i rom hernia he suffered recently when he attempted to open a window at the executive mansion at Raleigh. His Secretary Robert l. Thompson said that physicians might decide some time during tile Day Quot if and when Quot Ait oper-1 tiou should be performed. I that the Survey of Greensboro 1 already underway and will prob ably lie completed in the part of april. La files i �3 is it g. Ii. Flay filed suit wit ii the clerk of court today against a i mini Rigers for the recovery $135 allegedly due on a note. Impromptu daredevil Rock Island 111.�?motorists May have driven their burning cars to the fire station before but r. L. Elledge did it with an extra flourish. Racing for Tho firehouse. Ell Edge was forced out of his automobile Liy the names and drove it the last three blocks standing or the running Board

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