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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page twelve tite High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina tuesday. June 6. 103$ expert witness declares dam on Yadkin River will Check floods upon River Engineer sins proposed dam w ill. During periods of drought materially increase average mow Iii lower reaches of die Stream special to the Enterprise Greensboro Dune 6.�?William p. Creager of new York pity an Engineer with 37 years of experience in designing Hydro elect be plants in states of the Union Aud nine foreign countries flatly declared for the c Ity of High Point this morning in Guilford Superior court that the City a proposed dam of the Yadkin River will Check floods Oil the River and will during periods of drought materially increase the average How in the lower reaches of the Stream. Creaser admitted ability May a a a prove a Strong Ald to the City in mrs. Mary e. Cauble passes at Hospital after heart attack beloved High Point woman s death comes As Shock to Many friends mrs. Mary Ellen Cauble 64, Well known and much beloved High Point woman died at a local Hospital at 6 of clock this morning. Mrs. Cauble had been in her usual health until three Days ago when she suffered a heart attack and was carried to the Hospital. Her condition grew steadily worse but her death comes As a distinct Shock to her family and a wide Circle of friends. It i in i born a Lincoln coun water in Olum. To in daughter crease the Everest flow a Chere. If d a it not a Kann a ,.�?z Coon. Its Effort to establish the value of the proposed dam in controlling water flow in the Yadkin and in aiding navigation in the pee Dee River below Cheraw. He was the Only witness of the morning As the court started its fourth week of the hearing in which the Duke Power company and 45 citizens and corporations of High Point Are trying to Block the City a $6,500,000 project. Creager said he had designed 26 Hydro electric plants had been consultant Engineer on some 50 More and had made Premon Ary designs for More than 200 others. He had been associated with the design of the biggest flood control projects in this country his evidence on the Yadkin River was based on a study of the records and on a personal inspection of the High Point dam site and the River As far Down As Cheraw. In prolonged periods of Low flow in the upper River. Creager said the huh Point Reservoir would be releasing stored j by 6oo cubic feet of water per second. Small foods Wold be en-1 to rely absorbed by the Reservoir he said. And added it would be j s material Aid in control of j heavy floods. Its service in this j respect would he increased by the i plan to anticipate flood Waters by rainfall gauging stations and i draw Down the Reservoir before flood Waters reached the Lake. Creamer was also of the opinion that highs and lows of operation j at High Point s dam will he of i served in the pee Dee River at j Cheraw arid will serve to Coneen j irate weekly flows for better j sew ice of navigation reagers admitted that his testimony was based on Assumption that inter a vening reservoirs of which there Sre five on the Yadkin River. Would not he so Low As to absorb All flow from the High Point i dam for considerable periods. Hiti i reappointed us Berton june 6 de k. Butler has been re Robeson county manager. Or dec a hails m \ Lari a in 7 Days and 666 colds liquid. Tablets Salve. Nose drop symptoms Ernt Day relieve. Try rub-my-rism1 a liniment a wonderful she came to this City 32 years ago from Lincoln county and resided at 97 North main Street with her family most of that time. She was a faithful member of the Emmanuel lutheran Church this City. On september 6, 1 897, she was married to f. P. Cauble who survives. Surviving also Are two sons. D. E. Cauble of this City and Rev of p Cauble. Jr., pastor of the lutheran Chapel Church Gastonia three Sisters miss Bettie Conn mrs. T. H. Candler and mrs. M. L. Yoder All of Lincolnton one brother John Coon Bessemer City two grandchildren Mary Nancy Cauble and Lela Ellen Cauble. The body will be returned to j the late residence at 5 of clock tuesday afternoon. Funeral very a ices will be conducted wed Nee Day afternoon Nat 2 30 a clock from j Emmanuel lutheran Church by the pastor Rev. F. L. Canard. Pallbearers will be selected from the Church Council of the i Emmanuel lutheran Church and they will be Active a h. Smith i g. E. Klanderman p. C. More head Bruce Conrad e. A freeze jr., and Newell Black honorary i Chris Schultheiss. J. E. Wise Ivey Motsinger. J. R Curry r. T. Setzer g v. Is roil pc d. M. Burgess. Or. L. Zimmerman and a. W. Klemme. Interment will he made in Oak woo cemetery. Committee will conduct social Survey of City would he maintained on perpetuating basis definite Steps were taken yesterday by a Central committee of several social service agencies in High Point to conduct a social Curvey of the City patterned after similar surveys held in Many other cities throughout the nation. An Effort is being made at this time to enlist the support of civic clubs to finance the Survey estimated to Cost about too. Objective of the Survey is to collect and classify statistics relative to health crime conditions and criminal delinquency educational and recreational conditions and dependent family conditions. The data thus procured will be formulated and maintained on a self perpetuating basis for the a ice of the Community Chest and any other organization wishing to do charitable social work. Tentative anal cements to conduct the Survey were made at a meeting Here several months ago and a Central committee with Noble t. Praigg As chairman was appointed to carry out the plans. The meeting yesterday was the first held since organization and it was decided at the time to get the Survey under Way immediately. It is expelled to require about six weeks of work. Working with or. Praigg on the committee Are mrs. Annette Coltrane. Mrs. C. T. Ingram. Jr., Charles f. Carroll. Or. G. Curtis Smithdeal mrs. Carter Dalton. E. M. Dudley mrs. J. K. Millis l. C Matton. Keith Harrison and miss Lucille Johnston. Errol and Lili on not in court while Many a Hollywood couple spend their time in court Errol Flynn and his wife. Lili Darmata spend theirs on the court As they Are Here while attending the Southern California Tennis championships at the los Angeles Tennis club. Id he to Quot Esnil tiny station is Given prison terms opened today in High Point sentenced Iii Superior court on whiskey charges state deaths native of High Point sergeant Fred f. W lies. Placed in charge Here Martha Evelyn Greensboro. June s Spe Davis rites rial Jim three High Point negroes la pre Tai to the Emter Price who pleaded guilty in Federal Thomasville june 6. A a a District court this morning Tofu Metal services let a Martha eve the Possession of 55 Gallons of i Lyn Davis who died at the City non tax paid whiskey were sen memorial Hospital sunday morn tended by judge Harry a wat ing was held at the Home on Kins of Fairmont w. A Pawid Randolph Street Extension Mon-1 mrs. Amanda i ing in the absence of judge Lav afternoon at 2 to. The serv Jat 718 Forest ave col. Harry a. Well do strict recruiting officer for the Carolinas announced today the opening of an army recruiting office situated in room 202 at the Post office building in this City. Serg. Fred f. Wiles son of s who resides due will lie in remodel now or Lave ample fund available for remodelling Tome in for full detail. Atlantic by ili1ing a loan asst Luton Security rank ids phone z.1s1 chief warns against children on streets by to Bird roofs approved applicators phone 2 til North Hronn St. I year to Pax High Point roofing co. Biro Eirew Cal prompt exact prescription service m Urty drug company phone a i Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves satisfies tax Ipi Peb Imp i oui gallon wrinkle service station i Aon v Maili St. An Appeal wan made Tod a i police chief w. A Friddle i parents and motorists to exercise every possible care in avoiding a dents involving children play ing in the streets. Now that schools Are out the chief said. It in expert Ted that i children in Many sections will i begin playing in the streets. Par a Ems were asked insofar As possible to keep their children off Public thoroughfares and motorists were urged to keep a Sharp look out to prevent accidents. A. I funeral services held for r. T. Ennis infant funeral services for the infant daughter of or. And mrs. T. Ennis of Asheboro route two former residents of this City who died at their Home sunday j was made in Oakwood cemetery monday afternoon. I surviving Are the parents i three Brothers. Clarence and i Fred of Asheboro and Robert of High Point three Sisters Thelma Fay and Pearl of ache Boro and the grandmother mrs. Cinda Coe of Marlon. Johnson j. Hayes who is ill in Wilkesboro John Cobb was sentenced to serve a year in Federal prison at Atlanta Charles Weathers a Given six months in jail and Alvia Cobb was placed on probation. The negroes were captured with the whiskey in two cars on March 24. Two High Point White men w Harvey Haiti Nock and Mitchell c. Wright and Norman r. To Singer of Concord who were arrested in the seizure of a still near level Cines by Federal ice was in charge of Rev. W. R charge of the office. Sergeant Jenkins and Rev. J. L. Ingram j Wiles received his schooling Here. \ quartet composed of mrs t a a ind since then has had a varied r. Sullivan. Ira Culp Paul Culp army career having served in a lid mrs. Johnny Jones Sang Hawaii. California. Fort Bragg. A nearer my god to thee a a Jesus and before coming Here spent a Lover of my soul and a abide with Active pallbearers included Herman Bray Broadus Leonard skin Clemmons Willie Welborne James Crews and Lindsay Russell honorary pallbearers in Lua Short time on duty at the riot recruiting headquarter harlot to. Sergeant Wiles said he anxious to interview Young Between the Ages of 18 Ani w Hoe i Vassie Yazel. Grady Moi Gall i who Tom Lamar Russell Clews James j ment. Several Hayes Loraine Leonard agents several w weeks ago w Ere i Grayson it Ewitt Freeman All placed on temporary Protea von Beck. Douglas Bray. Ted har Hon. Mon Everett Swaim jr., r. L a High Point Whit woman a Quot Lhorne and Austin Swaim. The Kathleen Hicks yesterday was Many Beautiful adoral tributes were carried by friends of the family. Interment followed in the sentenced to a year and a Day in woman a prison. Albertson. W. I va., and fined $200 for failure j family plot in the City cemetery to observe terms of probation. I she a. Put on probation some a Pegram time ago when she was captured Kernersville june i a i funeral services were held in the car with a Man and worn an who had in their Possession too Gallons of illegal whiskey a Chase by a Yadkin county Constable resulted in a crash i which the Constable was kilted. Hee failure to comply with pro i Ballon requirements was reported by probation officer John l. Os-1 teen. Bethel meth Church. Keene Columbus tags i d i Ile at t protestant route 2. For d Lait at was men j. Are of Good character and desire to apply for enlist metes exist Ted i both for foreign service in Pana Ray j a and Hawaii and also a few openings for fort Biag he said. Qualified Telephone operators maintenance men for Telephone work teletype and radio operators and radio electrician Are wanted for the signal corps. Excellent chances for advancement Are available to men with experience along these lines. Any men with prior service Are invited to Call on sergeant Wiles who will inform them of the advantages of enlistment in the it a Pegram 5,1. Who regular army Reserve died Al the state Hospital Morganton where he had been a patient for la years. Rev. C. B. Way of Kernersville officiated. Interment was in the Church i cemetery. Surviving Are three j Brothers George Pegram of Guilford College route i w. W. Per Gram of North Wilkesboro and j. . Pegram of Kernersville route 2. The deceased was the son j of the late John l. And Sallie Pope j Pegram. Movie Heads in conference with Hopkins today Washington. June a a a five Hollywood executives brought to Secretary of co Mniece Hopkins today a proposed voluntary arbitration system to Iron out headache of lilt glamorous movie business. The group headed by will Hays president of the motion pictures producers and distributors of would execute criminal Bonds for j America was invited by Hopkins persons indicted in any one of the for a general talk about the India several state or Federal courts. Try without any apparent pre Marwell drug company. Inc., arranged Agenda. Of Thomasville to manufacture the men accompanying Hays employees of the Highland cot i a1 o a i in drugs chemical and j were among the highest salaried ton Mill who went on strike Here pharmaceutical preparations under in the country Nicholas Schenck yesterday morning protesting a $100,000 authorized capital. M. President of Loews incorporate gtd recently inaugurated work Load i r Snipes Vera Snipes and h. J which owns metro Goldwyn Mayer no new developments in Highland Mill strike As workers remain out local girl scout group gets charter Raleigh june 6.�? up a four organizations received Charters today from Thad Eure Secretary of state. They were High Point girl scout Council inc., of High Point a non Stock corporation to promote among girls Ideal of womanhood As a preparation for their Home and Community responsibilities. Mrs. Royster Tucker mrs. A Heiring. Mrs. I. T. Lambeth and others of High Point were incorporator. The Atlantic inc., of Hon authorized capital and $10,-oo< Stock subscribed by h p. Davis. J. J. Watson. G. M. Bell and others of Elizabeth City. It Alan tic bonding company Many of the Elizabeth City w Ith $25.-1 otherwise Gla Marietta porch and deck paint stands tip tinder writer and hard Usa or on Wood or Concrete Gal. $2.75 Redwine hardware co. 20r North main Street phone 3 f11 system remained out today but otherwise there were no developments of consequence. C. Dannenburg. Representative of the Union Here said that no employees went to work this morning. There Are approximately 550 on strike. I everything was quiet and orderly around the Mill today. A a a a a a a a a truck Drivers will hold meeting Here wednesday to hear w. D. Anderson a i. Anderson of Richmond. Va., organizer for Lite american federation of labor will address local truck Drivers in a meeting to be held in the labor Hall on j East Washington Street wednesday night at 8 30 of clock it was announced today. At this time it was stated j plans will he Laid for the Organ Kyser of High Point subscribed $50 Stock. Good will distributors inc., of Charlotte to print and publish magazines newspapers and other publications under $10,000 authorized capital. Margaret p. Stampley f. M. Hester Edward f. Gallagher and others subscribed $2,400 Stock. Bids to be opened for water lines re pavement the City Council which meets in it first june regular session tomorrow morning will open bids for approximately 1,200 Yards of Street pavement work and for the instal at on of a water line at the new freight elation. The bids will include the re pavement of a portion of Willowbrook St get Between High and Commerce streets torn up when a storm sewer Tunnel was pictures Harry m. Warner of the Warner Brothers George j. Schaeffer president of Rio radio. Absent however was Samuel Goldwyn a Bosn of James Roosevelt the presidents eldest son. Goldwyn is head of a Hollywood film company of which Young Roosevelt recently became vice president. Both the film men and the Justice department officials expressed doubt that the conference would concern a Long pending anti Trust suit against the same men although at the Commerce department there were indications that the meeting was at least an outgrowth of the charges keeps in Toich Chicago june 6. Boh Ltd Farrell former Catcher for the Chicago cubs will serve As Iii Umpire in the Illinois state Amateur i la be this reason. I action of truck Drivers under the dug. Certain parts of Perry a. F. Of l. The meeting will he Street broken up by trucks will open City. To All truck Drivers in Thalen he Repa de. I the water line will be installed for fire Protection service St the new freight station the projects will be financed jointly by pm a and the City. Regular with one year continuous service is eligible for enlistment while on duty Here. Sergeant Wiles will make his Home at the residence of his Mother. News of coloured people St. Mathew holiness Church this evening at St. Mathew holiness Church Corner Evans and furlough streets a Sermon will lie delivered by Rev. Sister Estelle Holiday of this City. Prior to her Sermon however a prayer service will lie held. A Pray r meeting will also be held thursday evening. Former teacher visits City miss l. Annabelle Foust former teacher of French at William Penn High school who resigned last summer to enter the school of Library science at Hamilton dictum spent monday afternoon and evening visiting friends Here being the guest of or. And mrs. E. Yokely. 1200 Kivett drive. Miss Foust graduated from tile Library school at the recent commencement exercises. She will he employed As an assistant librarian at Virginia state College Petersburg va., this Bummer. Coach Nixon of James b. Dudley High school Greensboro was also a guest of or. And mrs. Yokely. Lbs. Eloise Powell entertains mrs. K to ice Powell very delightfully entertained a group of Friend at her Home lust monday in Honor on Davis Avenue last monday in Honor of Rev Hubert Bower who was visiting his brother and sister in Law Here or. And mrs. T. A Blower. Fear Felt for Quot safety of Young Arizona aviatrix Winslow. Ari., june 6 a Ltd it Alai in increased today Over the disappearance of Helen Tanner Young Ames la., aviatrix whose damaged plane was found in a desert area inhabited Only by a Sinai number of indians. There is Little Waler Iii the re Gion where Lier plane was located yesterday by the caretaker of the deep Lake ari., emergency Landing Field prevailing High winds would obliterate her tracks if so wandered across the desert. Cars demolished one is slightly injured in wreck w. Ii. Slime jr., Carl t. Auma ii i Accident two cars were demolished and one of the Drivers was injured slightly in an Accident which occurred on no. To a Highway this morning at 7 o clock. Willis it. Slane jr., 18, of Westwood Avenue suffered slight injuries Atid was taken to Bonus memorial Hospital for treatment Slane said to have been the Driver of one of the cars and Carl t. A mail 26, of 210 Ward Street the other Driver were cited to court on reckless driving charges. Jimmie Slane la. Riding with his brother was uninjured. Police investigating the Accident made the notation concerning the Slane car a new Buick a a total both cars were headed South on the Highway according to the report of the officers and the Slane car struck the Auman car As the latter was making a left turn into Edgewood Avenue. The former it was reported skidded 4 2 feet before the Impact skidded 30 feet More on the Concrete pavement. Hit the dirt and went 112 feet farther finally turning Over into the ditch. A. Woodmen members honoured by Camp thirty members of the Woodmen of the world who have been members for 25 years and longer were honoured in a special meeting of Piedmont Camp no. 62 Here last night. The members were presented with 25-year service pins Given by the National president of the organization. The presentation was made by judge Barrington t Hill of Wadesboro. A Gad die Consul commander. Called the meeting to order and Sovereign e. A. Wright served As master of ceremonies. Special music was rendered by Argle Wood accompanied by miss Ruth Days. Charles a. Hines of Greensboro National committeeman delivered the principal add he was introduced by v. L. Hunt. The bairns school of dancing presented a special program by some of its pupils under the direction of mrs. W. L York. H. C. Potts Twining made a humorous address. Following the Bush Mea meeting refreshments were served. Southern railway made defendant in action action to recover $836 damages from the Southern railway company was filed in the office of the clerk of the municipal court this morning by mrs. B a i pass. The $836 asked is the alleged value of a Ford car belonging to mrs Mai pass which was demolished by a Southern railway train on november la. 1 938 at a crossing near Jamestown. The complaint alleges that the car. Driven by the plaintiff s son Clarence Malpass became stuck on the tracks a because of the disrepair which the defendant had carelessly and negligently permitted to exist upon the surface of the crossing a and that it was impossible to exit is further alleged Rator of the train acted in failing to see the which he might have he had kept a careful medal presented by Alexat Martin chapter d. A. R., of Holton. Highest scholarship honors it announced As follows Akers Hutchens and Jean oat 97 Sara Sears 96.50 step Clark. 96.38 Mary Holton 95 j Roger Taylor 9 5.50 Amy i Holmes 95.4 7 Shirley we i Bon 95.29 Darien Sechrest 95 2 Rev. J. C. Madison spoke invocation and Rev. Hoy l. I Permaul pronounced the Bene Tion. A a by Telephone the human it can go around the world in to fourth of a second. Trecate it. That the opt negligently automobile observed if Lookout. Four divorces granted in municipal court As civil term convenes four divorces were granted in municipal court this morning in the first session of a one week jury term of civil cases with judge i. A. Mai Rae presiding. The divorces All granted on grounds of two years separation were As follows Marion a Hinson from Lucy Hinson e. G. Belash from Arietta Bolash mrs. E. M. Ring from to ring and Annie Row Weaver from Joseph Trotter Weaver or. Julius stack arrested on break. Entry charge the polite departments detective Bureau today climaxed an investigation of a service station break in which occurred Here last sunday morning by arresting Julius stack. 25. Of 501 Mangum Avenue on a charge of breaking and entering Aud larceny. Stack u charged with breaking into the master service station at 793 North main Street and taking 15 pennies from a Cash a rawer. Report of the break in has made to the police department sunday morning. Officers investigating said entry was made by breaking a window pane and unlocking the window. Stack remained in jail this afternoon in default of a $750 appearance Bond. I Hense revoked announcement was made today i by the state Highway safety division of the revocation of the Drivers License of Ernest h. Carmichael of route 2, High Point convicted in the local municipal court of driving drunk. Or. Milner urges seniors to continue their education in graduation address Here diplomas warded 27ft seniors at High Point i school As Guilford College president tells graduates to continue growing a a never cease growing mentally and spiritually regal loss of whether you continue your education elsewhere ways continue to Avail yourselves of knowledge mar Clyde Milner president of Guilford College urged tile 27ti gradual of High Point High school in the commencement exercises the school auditorium last night. The graduates were presented diplomas by c. F. Tomlinson chairman of the High Point Board of school commissioners. Charles f. Carrolljr. Superintendent of school presided and d. P. Whitley principal announced the various medals awards and prizes. Just prior to or. Milner address. A resume of the year s activities at the school in pictures was shown on the screen a Quot Virginia annl. 95.19 and s or a graduate of the school listen a night placing himself As it were j a it. In the role of one of the graduates before him or. Milner referred to the a bleacher critics in comparison with the Man who carries the Ball on the football Field and declared. A i pledge myself to get into the game of life doing my part carrying my Load seeing to it that the state and nation Are better because in a in the a Mork Ball carriers a the great need of today Quot he averred a is for less comment and criticism and More Ball carriers in the problems of our Day and speaking of cultural heritages the College president said Quot i pledge myself to transmit the cultural heritage Given me Aud insofar As possible to create and add to it and to enrich the cultural heritage of my great country and then finally he said a i shall try to grow in Faith in reverence and in love. As the Days and years come and go. I pledge you that ill shall so enter into the life of those i about me that increasingly i shall a understand their problems and help them Bear the Load they principal Whitley announced the following awards and prizes National Honor society award. Akers Hutchens. A. B. Parker trophy presented to the boy and girl Best Exempla j tying qualities of scholarship and athletics Geneva Crowder and Herbert Speas. Cecil athletic medal presented j by Cecily a drug store Alvin i Bole. Woodworking award presented j by Beeson hardware company Lloyd Underwood. Honorary science award presented by launch and lomb com i Pany. Stephen Clark manual training improvement award presented by j. A Penney j company William Hulen. National forensic league awards presented by r. T. Amos and mrs. M. J. Wrenn. Kermit Albertson Bill Currie George Humphreys Darrell Sechrest and Joe Given. Rones scholarship medals presented by or. Max Rones Aker Hutchens and Jean Davis. Varsity pen Thalon medal presented by o. Arthur Kirkman. John f. Jones. Sophomore Pentathlon medal presented by Charles e Spencer. W. B. Hall. Or. N. C. Girls physical education association award Serena Moore Riser. Good citizenship pilgrimage it no. A a Quot a. Worth a dime Kegel Vuk meeting l. O. O. Tonic it Soo o clock 3t�ix. Main w a. Parham. Of j. E. Hendrix. It bigger better give your family the Best use la a refrigeration her our Beautiful refrigerators a Prier and term Artel Surprise Roo Central ice delivery company 512 writ Broad Street phone oot every hour bargains at big Bear 109 Wash. St. Hio s. My pricks Klimt in wednesday my eth 8 30 to 10 30 fancy string less Green Beans a it 2c 10 30 to 12 30 Brookfield Creamery butter a. 23c 12 30 to 2 .30 fresh left a pork shoulder roast i inc 2 30 to 4 30 Octigan soap or powder 5 for 9c 4 30 to 6 30 Small lean Center cuts pork chops a it 15c Merita or Bell bread 2u��45d big

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