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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 5, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday. June i it 10 the High Point Enterprise Piedmo tiv Tite Rof High Point North Carolina Page nine Ribe blanked y Jim White Kannapolis Triumph 4 to 0 in North state league game Lexington. June 5 Jim hit right hander shutout the Ivington indians Here la night Ith but two hits to hurl the Ken Polte Tow Elers to a i to 0 vie by in the North Carolina state outline contest. The Box Kannapolis Sal. Of. A mtg 3bdonald la. Trier of. Jul. By. Ack 3biller of. Ira Chite totals. 31 Lexington Gowski of. Fly 3b. In. 2braker of. Lins of. Lith a. Jack la. Toto Cope. Totals score by inning Inna polu join ton stun batted in. Error to base hit sacrifices a it la to a 3 i i 2 0 3 i i 0 0 3 0 i 7 0 3 i 0 4 0 4 0 2 i i i i. 0 4 4 0 i 3 0 4 0 i to 0 4 0 0 0 2 31 4 8 27 7 a it ii to a 4 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 4 0 i 4 3 4 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 i i 2 0 0 2 3 3 0 i la i 2 0 0 5 i 2 0 0 0 3 28 0 2 27 15 j. W. Harriss is reelected . Head last killing of a Akter Wikke racing begins Breaks hearts Tho last Quarter of the mile and a half Belmont stakes at Beautiful Belmont Park show n by the Arrow is where ten Olds get an Opportunity to take a place among the greats. Grissom s leads Amateur Powers paces pitchers in Amateur league with four wins no losses you saw them dance now they sing too u03 Ooi 4 too too too a in Walls Black Miller Cuoto Shope Carrier Black. Stolen base Kel Davis. Mcdonald. Demon play Saab to Lujack Lett St Kannapolis 6. Lexington 5 i on balls off Shope 3. White 4 Luck out by Shope 5 White 8 a Pitcher by Shope Black i. Urn Young and Cornelian. Time of in 1 35. James a a Greasy parlor shortstop Amateur league a 600 Mark occur an rages released Grissom Globe to leading the in Hatting with Ding to the first today alts in i l t a Vuk its 7-8 Fookes i Luc j line 5 a re run outburst in the third in a accounted for Mooresville win Over Concord Here last lit. Tho moors took the Lead r Kimmett with one in Tho Sec added the Trio their next e at ital Aud ended u t ii two in eighth to make Safe their con-1 its. Concorde a three runs came Angleton. He line score it h i cords 000 Joi 010�?s 4 i arts Lyle 013 if�0 t2x�?7 la 3 i Burnett and pare Barnes and a i Iti it mrs mils in to i Andis june 5�?four runs in initial inning proved too much Landis to overcome and the Bury giants Defeated the loin to 4 Here lust night pie line score shut y 412 too 030 to dial 001 021 too Oil Way and an Keith Carey and ii a the Short fielder of i Ain Iii the league has ii 30 time and connected tunes. In second place is Mel Vin Hauser. Carolina Container Catcher with a .4 71 average. Allied Walker Highland left to Ider is third batting ,455, Winifred Powers Southpaw Pitcher of the Globe nine is pacing the pitchers of the Loop with four wins and no defeats. James j a a Chicks Cagle Carolina Container j right hander has Tine one setback. J. Chi Whit my. Lied Stanley o Millis la and Harrington Ford have won two and i the Hatting average plete through the gun saturday except one i Between Carolina Conia Adams Mil is bees. No ii was available for this it the average Here Are ers who have been to by Linos or More the t Hillers Are listed player team Grissom. Globe. A car cont for play to l a la Don Jose Luis otherwise known As Joe Louis left and ail woodsman than a chilean Wax musical for the Sake of Iliff title bout in new Yolk 20. Doy who looks More like a North Ballyhoo As they prepare for their la it of k 12 12 ii. Blinks entries ill close june 17 qualifying rounds will be eld of Pinehurst july i a Ike r. Highland 2 2 to Bennett he. ,. 21 9 Flynn Guilford. 24 to Hen ale a Highland i 7 i brow no o s. Of a to d. Futon Highland 2 3 9 Gaddis. A o. W. 2 6 to Mcdowell Globe 21 if or Are the r is o flitch who have a .5 Mage player team i. Power i. Globe. 4 Sykes cur. Cont. 2 0 chg in. Car. Cont. 3 i Whitt Highland. I statue of am. 2 i Herrington. Gull. I Willi a r d he. 3 2 Heater Highland. I i w teem an i pct. 6 0 0 .471 155 .42 .417 4 11 state primaries cause casualties gubernatorial candidates have fallen by Wayside in last three campaigns allies to build republicans plan powder Plant near Memphis i i. 667 ,66 667 6<�0 till i by enter or is Man of v a Bureau Chili. Sir Walter hotel of a Leigh june it Al Ina a gubernatorial Prim Guldur casualty producer a degree comparable v lambing hark Over the i ii. Note Laid d Date it Rte for the us ids for the National is championship will in 17, Jimmy Crichton k pro announced this Lif Yir Puhi ill i blk Moi Silver knit beats Crown in softball by 10 to 7 Trout b tie qualifying round will at Pinehurst july 7, Crich who is the local represent for the National tournament i Ilia morning. Tile National lament will lie held in de i approximately ten Days after qualifying round have been plated. Contingent of eight golfers is a Ted to shoot in the Quail by test at Pinehurst uster Moffitt local who teak Las qualified twice for the a Al event while Nelson Zuch Alao competed last Yhr Hose wishing entry Blanks can them from Crichton. Hosie noon bal g Hiti l i Crown Lay after glue soft Taki nit one Cozart scores 68 Lead Amateur golfers a Leigh june 5 us Chi id of Durham with a by Hadj Low qualifying score today for j North Carolina Amateur Golf j a Merit cd Mann of Durham and Al tis of Wake Forest carded j and a. A. Turrell Tine of Dur had a 73. Mighty seven had entered the lament at end of play yester ate play will Start tomorrow i k Igo pit Idi hic ago june 5 a a 1,144,501 steady Pill aged eggs 43,239 is in chugged. Or knit Vio to it an Lindu me. The winners rushed Over a runs in the fourth innings to a commanding Lead. Two s knit players hit for the Clr while Crown was benefited by round tripper. Sooren y bungs it. H a Silver knit too 712 x to 7 2 Crown. 014 too 2-7 9 i plans Are completed for Lions dirham june 5 of a plans have been completed for the annual convention of District is of Lions International Here sunday through Clyde it. Alexander t. Wells of International president the principal speakers. The District is to i v idea ministrative areas Gore which Are Dan k. Stewart Ville Roy Vav. Boling of Ville and Neil Hester of re Kwh Vear Manteo june i Paul greens a eth historic outdoor originally was written dined As a part of a an t n Hilow. The Cutter pm miss Oner Aswell May Lily casualty Lacy because it say whether e other victim 1936 that a the Rural most the War. St three 19401. One of a Cand of of ritual ill Revenue \ May not the just of it is too pm or not thei it the rest is of of in Sloey and new Yor will be into and Dors of of Ashe Fayette Raleigh. 5. A up a lost drama which and pro six weeks Celebration of the 350th anniversary of the birth of Virginia liars1, will open its fourth season of. Fort Raleigh amphitheatre june 29 a dilates teem Hale and Hearty Ottob. Hut it is quite possible i that effects will he noticeable later. Certainly the Maxwell illness appears to is the most serious Cas Unity produced by the races Al though the Long siege of or. Ralph i Vav Mcdonald in the Hospital after the 1936 Rains could easily have i been fatal. The other 1936 candidate is i caped not Only with their lives. I hut with their health. Neither governor Clyde r. Liney nor Sandy j Graham seemed to suffer any illness or ailment from the Long i grind. Heavy Ca Sila Ltd going Hack to 1932, however the casualty Roll was two thirds of \ the roster of candidates. Or. Mux i Well was sent to bed for More than i h week while Rocky mount s Dick 1 Fountain suffered an almost con plete breakdown and spent some j six Mouth s Iii h Hospital. Going Hack of 1932 the Story la different. There was no race in i 1928, while in 1 924 tile a two can i i Blat is were so cold blooded that j you could Cut either head off and j he would t have known it for six months a As one wag put it. That was the year a. Vav. Mclean beat new a s. Senator Josiah Vav Bailey. A new Orleans is a Northern City i As is proven by any Globe of the world. I Evi pm is. Ten�., jut a a a Pic a preliminary i a ten m auction of him Cen la a making Plant Finau cd by the British and French government Wert started today on a lure Tenet to Miles nut the of Memphis. V tit hoi in purees said lie Plant consisting of Alani do buildings would it Ltd Lnu to Een , mud x2lljnnmhio. T i Sirinan f. Vav. Hale of tile Shelby county commission declared the project which is sex fleeced to in Compi led by fall would employ Almqui workers. of tin project t was made in Washington yesterday by the rein ii purchasing a mint tip Siroti which said it would he constructed and operated foe the newly formed Lanm ssh a powder t Oil Patio by the a i. It Lii pout do Montour a t Oman ii. Tin statement said the do pout firm would have in financial interest in the capital Stock of the Tennessee corporation. So Kosmen d e Clar e d the plants manufacturing Proem would Call for the ice of quantities of Cotton and Cotton liners As raw material. Preliminary work scheduled for inlay was the Boring of the first of a series of Artesian Wells i to furnish Waler for the manufacturing process. Prov humid ii a Man a Gallons will in used daily representative estimated or inst Aland the amount the City of Lei upts uses every 21 hours. \ part of engineers is ache a tiled to arrive Here i Rida to take charge of construction. Hah said he Iio my that Al tin conclusion of the Eui of own War the factory could in converted into a manufacturing site for commercial Imam i utta. Acc employees receive checks totalling s579 Fayetteville june 5�?bp five a intent Nee of May employees of the Atlantic goad line Railroad have received checks totalling $579.20 in payment of a judgment rendered against the railway wage hour Law Case by judge i. M. Meek Lua in february the Federal court clerk Here i Check for $1,364 5 it to cover payments attorneys fee Aud interests in workers Brough presidential candidate will visit Thomasville saturday afternoon special to the Enterprise Thomasville. June 5-Lo-Cal Republican leaders announced j yesterday that plane Are being j made for a Large delegation of Thomasville citizens to Greet j Thomas a Dewey. Republican 1 candidate for president when he is scheduled to make a Short Stop j in Thomasville next saturday aft i pm con. Dewey la scheduled to have. Lunch at Sedgefield it was stated and from there he will go to it High Point and on to Thomaa i Ville. He is also scheduled to j make a Short Stop in Lexington. A meeting of the executive committee of limn club was held tuesday night t to formulate plans for the Welcome Here. The exact time could not he determined but member of the local committee estimated tile tune would be around two o clock. It la planned to make a More definite statement before saturday. Officers of the Thomasville township Republican organization include g. M. Hoover chairman mrs. T. E. Jennings vice chairman. And Archie Bailey secret Arr treasurer. Mrs. M. J. Wrenn replaces Otis a. Jeff oaf on Board of directors j. Welch Harriss has been reelected president of the High Point Young menus Christian association following the voting which took place at the annual banquet meeting some weeks ago. Nathan Ayers and it. It. Ragan were reelected vice president and treasurer respectively l. R. Stewart was elected recording Secretary and Edgar Hartley was reelected executive Secretary. Mrs. M. J. Wrenn was elected a director replacing Otis a. Jeff coat who moved to new York City some months ago. Other directors include Amos r. Kearns a a. J. Corrigan. T. V. Rochelle. Virgil Yow. Rev. Of l. Conrad. J. Everett Marsh Horace Haworth j. E. Millis. Tom j. Kearns w. B. Mcewen f. Logan Porter or. W. L. Jackson. C. T. Ingram jr., h. A. Millis. Philip Grandjean and i. Paul Ingle. Committees appointed yesterday by president j. Welch Harriss Are As follows a sex tit be committee Nathan Ayers. Or. Vav. L. Jackson. L. R. Stewart Everett Marsh and j. Welch Harriss finance committee Everett Marsh h. A airs. M. A Wrenn r. It and t. V. Rochelle. By 11.di i 4 Timm i trek l. Logan Porter w Ewen and l. R. Stewart. Physical committee Phil Grandjean. Virgil Yow and i. Paul Ingle. Imp Striae committee Nathan Ayer. T. V. Rochelle and Tom Kearns. Membership committee j. J Corrigan Horace Haworth and c. T. Ingram or. Hoys work committee j. E. Millis or. Vav l. Jackson and Rev. F. L. Conrad. Cd Fisch a of Oak Kation committee Rev. F l. Conrad. Horace Haworth and Amos r. Kearns. Representatives on la. P. Co Cacil of social agencies Hoard Vav. In Mcewen Rase work Edgar Hartley health work and Fey Martin group work. Representatives on com of my Hest Hoard Nathan Ayers and Everett Marsh. Millis Kagan b. My who become a confirmed Travelet if hotels were staffed with comely Quot Bellhop so like Pearl Pearson but she does no to actually tote baggage just acts As Gree Terette during Chicago a Celebration of National hotel week. Poole convicted on drunk charge High Pointer gets stiff sentence As result of wreck Early sunday morning motorcycle track will be built will be located six Miles from Thomasville on Hnz in Grove Road a it to Quot fat Rurh Thomasville. June 8.�? construction of a modern motorcycle race track which when completed will be one of the beat equip Nevi tracks in the South Bas been announced by officers of the Thomasville motorcycle club group of local motorcycle Enthus the Thomasville re pub of. Tj1m a Boll constructed six Miles from Here on the Holly Grove Road and is scheduled to he completed within the next two or three weeks. According to officials of the motorcycle dub the track will Bel Oblong in shape with a length of three fourths of a mile the straight always will be 25 feel wide and the curves will he 30 feet wide. To eliminate dust the entire track will he Oil treated before each race. A tract of land. I comprising 23 acres has been secured by the club which will give ample parking space for automobiles and it is said that a Clear View can be had of the entire track from any Point on the sidelines of the track. Two races which Are sanctioned by the american motorcycle association will be run this year. The first race is scheduled for sunday. July 21. And the second on sunday. September 8. From 25 to 30 nationally known racers have dignified their intentions of participating in the two races which Are expected to attract several thousand persons from various sections of the state. Liberal Cash prizes Are being awarded to winners in the events with the main event being 40 laps. Officers of the local motorcycle club include Fred a amp Noy president Vernon Doraett vice president Sherrill a. Culler Secre tary treasurer and Arthur fouls traffic manager. Devastating flood claims five lives Northeast Nebraska washed out by sudden Onrush of water Agiri Waltho Railroad Aud a suit he fair labor standards act. Which provides that workers May recover the amount of wages withheld an equal amount in a liquidated damages Quot Aud attorneys to. I Lacy my dry de. Fayetteville attorney who represented the employees received $500 from the Railroad under Hie order. A a service stations group will meet to e High Point or v. E station association will i a meeting thursday night at 7 a at the huh Point coca cola bottling Plant on East washing r Street. All members Are urged to attend. Omaha. Neb. June 5 up a a stories of suffering and heroism were told today in the Wake of Northeast Nebraska a Deva mating flood that claimed five live and in which at least eight persons were reported missing. Hundreds Are homeless As a result of torrential gains that sent mall streams raging out of their Hanks to sweep houses Aud Busi Ness buildings from their found i huns in six northeastern coun tries causing damage As yet in i estimated. Homer Pender and Winnebago 1 appeared the worst Hil their total population is approximately j 2,100. Rite dead Are Leo Wilke. 32, i night marshal at Homer or. And j mrs George Lipp and their son Paul 16. And Harry Crawford i 32, station agent All of Winnebago. Missing Are three other i members of the Lipp family. Mrs. Hellen Williams 57, her Mother mrs. Ann Shull 85. Aud George zen until1, Homer Lyman Lory and mrs. Louis Gat Meyer. Wine a go. Edith Lipp 20, Only member of her household of six either dead or missing told this graphic Story a we were out in the Yard loading goats in our truck when the water hit us. We grabbed onto a clothesline All of us. One by one i Hawk them drop off. A a finally i could t hold on any longer. The water washed me Down into a tree i Don t know How fur. I was there for at least i Fht hours before they rescued mrs Nell Lahore Telephone operator and mrs Dave i Inman Thomasville. June 4 Geo. Poole. 1806 King Street in High Point was convicted on a charge of Drunken driving when tried in Thomasville court monday the charge was the result of a wreck at the Fisher ferry Street railway crossing sunday morning at i of clock. The car which was being driven by Poole collided with another automobile which was olt cd pied by h. W Wall. Mrs. Dorothy Wall Dewey Heath and miss Clara Beal All of near High Point. Mis by Ai suffered several broken ribs in the crash. Poole was Given a sentence of six months by judge c. Gillie it which was suspended on condition he pay a Fine of $50. Pay the court Cost in the Case Transfer the title of his automobile to h. W. Walt to partly cover the damages and not drive an automobile for 12 months. N ego computed Isaac Reed local negro was also convicted on a charge of Drunken driving a id was Given a sentence of three months. An additional suspended sentence of two Mouths which was Given some time ago on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon was ordered into effect. His Driver s licence was ordered revoked for two years. Henry Young. Earl Kyler and Cecil Henry win were arrested by i local officers after it was found they were Riding passenger train no. 36 without having purchased tickets were found guilty of trespassing and Ware Given sentences of 3o Days each. Robert e. Elliott local Man and n. P Napier High Point were convicted on charges of speeding and were ordered to pay one third the court Cost. Joohn Martin Winston Salem. Was convicted on a charge of no support of his child and was Given a sentence of 12 months the sentence was suspended on condition he pay into the court the sum of $5 per month for the support of the child and pay the court Cost. Opening will be saturday at Mills Home recently completed girls cottage will be opened for inspection special to the Enterprise Thomasville june 5. Officials of the Mills Horne in Thomasville have issued an invitation to All friends of the inst Wintion to attend an opening of the recently completed $20,000 girls cottage which was built following a gift for that purpose from the estate of the late Samuel Huffman prominent Baptist Leader of the state and a Loyal Friend to the Mills Home during his lifetime the opening will be held on saturday evening and officiate of the Home stressed the Point that no formal invitations Are being mailed for the event hut it is their wish that All interested friends of the Home attend the program saturday evening. Concert an open air concert by Tho Mills Home hand will open the ceremonies Aud will be in charge of Vlf lord. Music director of Mills Home. The invocation will he Given by Rev. J d. Vic Cready pastor of the first Baptist Church of Morganton. A scripture Reading will then he Given by Rev. A a. Net Leon pastor of the Mills Home Church. The presentation of the Quot Huffman building will be made by r. I. Huffman of Morganton son of Tho donor. Acceptance of the building on the part of the Mills Home trustees will be made by t. In Pruitt prominent attorney of Hickory. The dedication prayer will he offered by Rev. F. A Bower pastor of the first Baptist Church in Kannapolis and a former pastor of the Lute or. And mrs. Samuel Huffman. Following Tho program on the Mills Home grounds an informal reception and inspection of the building will take place at which time All present Are urged to take part. Arrangements for the reception and inspect lob will be in charge of the various members of the staff at the orphanage. Modern tile building which was recently completed is modern in every resell. The building measures 85x4 5 and contains Throe floors. A recreation room and showers in addition to the heating system Are located in the basement floor. The first floor includes two bed rooms a Large dining room a living room a Library and modern Kitchen. The Leeond floor will be used for sleeping quarters for several of the old a girls at the orphanage. Five bed rooms and three Baths Are located on this floor. Four girls Are to occupy each room. The entire furnishings in the building have been donated by in w. H. Reddish the family of the late Frank Huffman Fred o. Huffman and r. O. Huffman All of Morganton. A Large number of the above families will attend the opening saturday morning. Per sons from All sections of the state have also signified their intention i of being on hand weather Uhal w Eather today noon., Lam last night. High yesterday. 82 67 74 no one Hurt Adolf Berle resigns from National lawyers Guild Washington june 5. Up a Adolf a. Belle. Jr., resigned today from the National lawyers Guild because he said its management was not prepared a to take any stand which conflicts with the communist party line. Retie assistant Secretary of state wrote a letter to this effect to judge John gut kneels of new York. President of the Guild. And to Merle d. Vincent president of its District of Columbia chapter. There is one dog to every four inhabited houses in England. A in Sweden people on the Quot Dole a Are at the states disposal for work on Public Utility projects. Albemarle june at pm Cowell poplin jr., mistaking the of ii door of a garage for the open Road drove ids it Dau through the heavy rear Wall of tile Structure howled Over an outhouse mowed Down a Row of Fen re mists killed two puppies and crashed into a Chicken House. The car was a Complete wreck hut poplin Aud a companion Wert unhurt. North Carolina a partly Cloudy and somewhat Una settled tonight and thursday with a few scattered showers tilt afternoon and possibly i n Centra and Southeast portion thursday after Cloudy noon. South Carolina a partly Cloudy and somewhat unsettled tonight and thursday Virginia a Cloudy with local Shower Aud thunderstorms to Central and East portions tonight and in North portion thursday not much change in temperature. Winds Sandy Hook to Hatteras a moderate Southwest winds weather partly Cloudy with local Shower tonight and thursday. Hatteras to Jackson Vii j Jii a moderate South and Southwest winds Over North portion Aud gentle to moderate Southeast winds Over South portion. Partly overcast weather tonight and thursday with a few scattered Shower. Charlotte. June 5.�? apr official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7.30 a. In. In the principal Center the laugh of a lifetime with Irene Dunne and Cary Orant in my favorite wife Quot features at 132-3 32-5 32�?7 32-9 32. A neighbor staved at the Telephone switchboard in Winnebago Al through Hie night relaying Paramount messages to Farmers in the country and aiding in getting pleas for Aid to the outside world. Quot we had to quit when tile water finally got As High As the switchboard mrs. A azure said. Broadhurst a Florian a with Robert Young and Helen Gilbert. Features at 1 25-3 29-5 33-7 26-9 20 a first love with Deanna Durbin and Robert stack feature at 1 30-3 30-5 30-7 30-0 30 Rialto Quot a child is bomb with Geraldine Fitzgerald. Gladys George Aud Jane Bryan. Features at la 22-1.03-2 44-4 25-6 06-7 47-9 28. Cotton growing area and Els a where station h. L. R lad Asheville. 81 57 03 Atlanta. 87 86 of Augusta. 84 68 i 08 Birmingham. 88 68. Of Charleston 79 74 leg Charlotte. 77 65 03 87 72 to Columbia. 78 67 .35 Denver. 70 54 .91 Detroit. Los 68 10 Evansville. 88 66 of Galveston. 84 71 la Greensboro. 80 6j of Hatteras. 70 71 i Jacksonville. 77 72 .10 kept West. 82 79 of Little Rock. 91 64 a to los Angeles 70 50 of Memphis. 90 66 40 Meridian. 90 64 of Miami. 84 79 .00 Minn by. A. 74 53 .15 Mebille. 85 75 of it. Mitchell. 61 48 a Iii new Orleans. 86 75 of new York. ,. 01 72 of Raleigh. 81 66 .00 Sun Antonio. 0v 65 co Sun Francisco. 67 52 of Spartanburg. 82 65 of Tampa 84 73. I Washington. 92 70 do Wilmington. 76 70 1.65

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