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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 10, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page Texine High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point North Carolina saturday. June to deceased m. P. Pastors to be co in a con or c. C j with attorneys honoured in service sunday on school Bills sir if will be i Oil ducted Siinda afternoon at 3 Quot clock i ii Wood on sunday afternoon Al 3 o clock in Oakwood cemetery a memorial service will i get held Foi the methodist protestant minister buried there. This is for the purpose of keeping Alite th1 memory of those who Laboured so Well in the methodist protestant Church which now is a part of United methodism. There Are six deceased ministers to be memorialized in this service. Or. J. E. Pritchard will give the tribute for Rev. J. La Stowe or. P. S. Kennett for in v. W. R Lowdermilk Rev. Kew. Suits for Rev. R. E. Andrews or. J. Id. Williams for Rev. C a. Cecil Rev. O. L. Easter for Rev. J. H. Morton and Rev. J c. Madison for or. T. T. Ferree. The service at each grave consist primarily of an apr opt Aie scripture a Brief tribute and the presenting of Flowers # mrs. Celia a. Wood rites conducted on Friday burial at n. Wilkesboro funeral services for mrs. Celia a. Wood 41, who died suddenly wednesday morning were conducted Friday morning at i 2 0 of clock with a Short service from the Home in charge of Rev. F. Myers pastor of Bethel Temple Church and Rev. N. Royal pastor of the Green Street Baptist Church. During the services at the Home miss Mary Daves and Banks t Hilton a does Jesus care a and with me following the services the funeral party left for Tain View cemetery near Wilkesboro where the Funera proper was conducted Ai a a it a o clock. Rev. Or. Myers was assisted there by Rev. J. M. Owens a former pastor of the deceased. During the services there mrs. T. Myers Sang a nearer my Helen Sang. Abide Here. Moun North c. Gate god and to thee 1 a Eastern a never grow Flowers were carried by friends and neighbors. Pallbearers were Roy Dorset Frank Petty Hayden Asner. Lace Bishop. Garland Williams and a. A Dunning interment was made in the Church Tery. Ceme remodel now a i. Impi Luna a a a a or Moo Unz. Come a 101 us a tails. Atlantic Bill Ding a i Oak association shunts Bank Bidi. A a it Bird roofs apr Ord applicator phone 241 North Wrenn St. 3 tear top High Point roofing co Bird who pc to v prompt exact prescription service Murty drug company Phon is Chii will put new life in the appearance of Jour Home. A a for Johnt Manville roofing. Eire re la Tan and Long wearing f. H. A terms Parker Brown co. Phonic 1w25 hit Oak St. Newspapers provide Best advertising Hollywood i ii be up a newspapers will receive the bulk of Paramount pictures advertising expenditures for the screen year beginning september m. publicity and advertising director told 275 delegates to a sales conference a we have proved to our Complete satisfaction that news palmers provide the ire medium for motion picture japanese Beetle traps to be set during the next few Days the i. S department of agriculture. Bureau of entomology and Plant quarantine in cooperation with state and local officials will place 800 Green and White Metal insect traps in High Point to ascertain whether the japanese Beetle i present. Should infestation be found the information would be used to guide possible control activities. These traps will be placed chiefly in residential sections and those doing the work will have credentials which will be produced on request. State official ask residents to cooperate by allowing traps to lie placed on their property for a period of about thirty Days. Police have been notified about the work i each trap will be visited at frequent intervals by an inspector working under the supervision of \ c a Towle. The japanese defile is a pest i of economic importance in sections of the country where it is abundant. Most of the insects i life i it spent in the soil where j he grub feeds on the roots of plants. The adult. Which is present in the summer is about j one Quarter of an in h Long with j a Green head and Brown Wing covers. The feeding of the adult damages the Flowers fruit and foliage of Many Plant. In this Section the first appearance of the Beetle would he noted on grape leaves or in the blossoms of roses. Trap inspectors do not have information Al out other Plant pests. Requests for such information should he addressed to the county agent a business handled by Exchange club several items of business claim i de the attention of the members i of the High Point Exchange club at its weekly supper meeting last night. A bulletin from the North Carolina stale Exchange club was Iligir buted to the members of the club. The annual meeting of the Kilt Hange clubs in the state Wilt he held in Burlington during the month of August with definite dates to be set later. Efforts Are being made Here to have All members of the local club attend the state conclave. Byron Haworth prosecuting attorney of the local municipal court presented to the club the matter of the social Survey now being set up in the City. Paul Callahan was Winner of an attendance prize presented by Tom Whitley. A committee was appointed by m ii. Patrick president of the club. To Purchase Exchange club Road Igns. Guilford Givin pament for accepting children from i Bree other nullifies special to the Enterprise Greensboro june to. A chairman George l. Stansbury of the Guilford county commissioners today reported that he has received letters from two of the three counties to which the commissioners sent Bills for school facilities used by children from those counties. Randolph county billed for $6,000 for about 40 students attending the Allen Jay school and Rockingham county charged with $4,000, have replied that they Are conferring with their attorneys. Or. Stansbury said. From Alamance whose Hill amounts to $12,000, no reply has been received. A letter to or. Stansbury from attorney general Harry Mcmullan quote the 1039 school machinery att which provides that the state school commission has authority to Transfer children from one unit to another if sufficient space is available in the unit to which they Are transferred. The commissioners maintain that the space is not available and that Allen Jay has asked for $8,000 for additional rooms. Waynick honoured by Wrightsville Beach town names Highway tax Nick Boulevard Quot of Arietta Spartana varnish stain make old furniture floor and Woodwork look of like new. Quart. Out Redwine hardware co. N. Main St. Phone 3441 Wilmington. June to. A honouring Capus Waynick. Former chairman of the state Highway and Public works commission who is credited with being the Man who really gave Wrightsville Beach its Highway to the Southern Extension the town of Wrightsville Beach at its meeting this week named the Highway Waynick Boulevard a Resolution calling for the Highway to be so named was prepared by mayor Thomas e. J a Cooper of Wilmington and presented to the Wrightsville Beach Hoard of aldermen which adopted it unanimously. Building of the Highway has Given tremendous impetus to the development of the Rev Ort Island j and has resulted in the construction of Many new cottages and entertainment Stahli s h in e n t s which Are now readily accessible to the motoring tourists and vacation lists. The Resolution adopted by the Wrightsville commissioners states in part a whereas during the period i that the honorable Capus Way Nick was chairman of the state Highway and Public works commission. The said commission approved the construction of the Highway on the Western Side of j Wrightsville Bench from the i Bridge to the Southern terminus of Aid Highway a distance of approx a mately one and a Quarter Miles and a whereas the said commission i completed the construction of said Highway which is most useful to and has greatly improved Tran Porta Ion facilities upon and Access j to Wrightsville Beach and a whereas in providing for the i construction of the said Highway i the honorable Capus Waynick showed great interest therein and used his Hest efforts to Complete the same promptly after approval i thereof and a whereas the Hoard of rom missioners of the town of Wrightsville Beach desire to name and designate said Highway in Honor of i the honorable Capus Waynick As set Forth in these resolutions. I the Resolution continues to i state that the Highway be named Waynick Boulevard in Apprecta-1 Hon of the interest taken in the project and of the service rendered i by or. Waynick. Sprinkle gasoline service from seaport saves serves. Satisfies 16k Taa paid per gallon Sprinkle service station Hom n. Main St. Give your family use the Best la a refrigeration am oar Beautiful i ref risers Tun a Price and term Alii Surprise Job Central ice deliver com Pana Sii Wen Broad Siren phone 401 deputies investigating series of thefts which occurred at Jamestown deputies from the local division of the sheriffs office were today investigating a series of thefts which took place in and near Jamestown last night. Among Hie crimes was the theft of a Quantity of butter milk and Cream the siphoning of Gas from an automobile tank and the raiding of several Henhouse a employment offices give jobs to 83 during week j. A. Gawthrop manager of the local offices of tile North Carolina state employment service reported today that 83 persons have been placed in jobs by the local offices during the past week. Of these. 37 were in private employment. 45 in Public. See tomorrow s paper for our special sunday menu Granite Quarry firm Given contract for Street paving in Thomasville by Cooksey Thomasville june special w. F Brinkley of Granite Quarry n. C., has been awarded the contract for the hard surfacing of Jones Street As announced by City manager r. M. Cooksey. Friday afternoon. The Short Street running from West main to Spring Street is now being served with a sewer line and in a very few Days according to or. Cooksey the work on the hard surfacing can begin. The contract Calls for Concrete curb and Gutter one Inch of Asphalt and four inches of rolled Stone. The approximate Cost to property owners on Jones Street will he $2.25 per foot. Or. Cooksey also announced that a petition from property own i Era on Elliott drive for hard sur facing that Street had been received by the City Council Aud has i been accepted. It was the opinion i of or Cooksey that the work on Elliott drive would follow that on Janes Street. Poor old rooster Thomasville june special a Paul Clina re cafe operator of Thomasville reported to Thomasville Amlice that he had one rooster that was mighty lonesome Friday morning. Cd inn re reported that some one entered his Chicken Yard during Hie previous night and stole every one of his Fine hens and for some unknown reason left a single rooster. Officers Are conducting an investigation hut no arrests in pc been made in the matter. Youth sentenced for stealing of pistol Money Lester Floxd of Thomasville liven two ears special to the Enterprise Thomasville. June to. A Lester Floyd 19-year-old boy of Thomasville who was arrested several Days ago on a charge of stealing a pistol and a sum of Money from parked automobiles at the Thomasville Ball Park was ordered to serve a sentence of two years on the state highways. When the Case was called for disposition in Thomasville municipal court Friday. Floyd was tried on two charges one for stealing the pistol from the car of Marvin Black and stealing the Money from the tar of Ernest Vav. Yates. On the first charge he was Given a twelve months sentence and on the second charge he was Given a sentence of two years the court ruled that capias a not to be issued As to the sentence if Floyd remain of Good behaviour for a period of 5 years. The defendant however made the mistake of getting into More trouble after being placed on probation. The records of the court showed that he was tried on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon last March and at that time he was Given a sentence of two years which was suspended on condition he be of Good behaviour. He was placed on probation at the time and As the lost offence showed that hts probation had been revoked the two years sentence was ordered into effect. Linzo Leonard also connected with the theft was Given a two years sentence ordered to pay the court Cost and pay into the court the sum of $5 of for the use of Ernest Yates this was the amount of the Money that Leonard admitted receiving of the $14, which was stolen. The sentence was suspended on condition the defendant he of Good behaviour for five years. Safe driving class is graduated Here Nineteen of a class of 26 averaged too per cent in the Safe driving school which came to a close yesterday. Instructor Chap Boden Heiner announced today. Mayor o a. Kirkman was the main speaker As the group received their certificates at a graduation exercise last n get. Sev feral other persons also made Short \ speeches. Or. Boden Heiner said this i morning that enrolment period is open for the eighth unit of the school through tuesday june 12. All applicants May file their names sat the sergeant desk in police j Headquarters. Those avenging too per cent Nina Lancaster Thad Steed Mary e. Mcmahon Edna Wood. Elsie j. Massey. Mrs. Fled c. Munday. Mrs t. H Poore. Mrs. Viola Rollins. Mrs. Edith Williams Maude Boyles mis Margie Skeen. Hiatt Kearns Herbert Copley Johnnie Miller. Herbert sea. Bruce Vun a Cannon. Katheryne Proffitt. Garland Hill and Lorine Johnson. The following also were awarded certificates Mamie Hyde Rob a Ort Flynt. William Grogan William h Ulin. James Black mrs. Blanche Hardee. The entire group averaged a Grade of 98 per cent. A a and plan to enjoy your sunday dinner in air conditioned Comfort. Elwood cafe judgments for damages awarded to plaintiffs judgments for damages aggregating $1,100, awarded by a jury against the motor transit company in a civil term of municipal court yesterday were signed this morning by judge d. Macrae. Tile damage which were awarded for personal injuries and damages to a truck w Ere awarded As follows $700 to Clarence Coggins and j. M. Coggins trading As the biter Nate Transfer company and $100 to c. E Cox. Joseph e. Davis rites will be held sunday at Home of parents funeral services for Joseph e. Davis 25, employee of Hie r. Motor lines of Jacksonville fla., who was killed when a tree was blown across the truck in which he was Riding during an electrical and wind storm thursday afternoon near Elm City will be conducted sunday morning at 8 30 with a Short service from the Home of the parents. Or. And mrs. Robert j. Davis 509 Amos Street. The service at the Home will be in charge of Rev. J. N. Bowman pastor of the West end Baptist Church. Following the services Here the funeral party will leave for Oak Grove Baptist Church in Yadkin county where the funeral proper will he conducted at la of clock. Or. Davis was a former resident of this City having lived Here for a number of years until three years ago when he moved to Jacksonville fla., to make his Home. The body was carried to the Home of Hie parents at 2 o clock saturday afternoon youth arrested on Auto theft charge Tommie Jackson. 17, of 1114 Dorris Street was arrested today by police officers and lodged in jail in default of a $1,000 Bond for appearance in municipal court to answer a charge of Auto theft. The warrant issued charges Young Jackson with the larceny of an Vitato Mobilis belonging to Mack Todd. Exams Are Given by civil service commission Here mighty bight applicants for firemen s posts la for assistant librarian eighty eight persons last night stood competitive civil service examinations Given by the High Point civil service commission for jobs in the fire department and la took the examination for the position of associate librarian of the City Library. Besides these applicants for new jobs several members of the fire department were Given promotional tests. The examinations last night were the first in a series ordered by the commission to obtain a Complete new registry of eligible for every department in the City government. Next wednesday night examinations will be Given for the police department and for clerks in ail municipal departments. Police officers at the same time will he Given promotional examinations. The examinations Given to applicants for the position of associate librarian were furnished by the department of Library science of the University of North Carolina and will be graded by numbers instead of names by that department. As soon As the grades Are returned the commission is expected to submit a list of three eligible to the head of the City Library department from which an appointment will be made to fill a vacancy created by the recent resignation of miss Lucille Pickens. The examinations Given for firemen were furnished by the United slates civil service commission. Listed first were 67 intelligence test questions which were followed by a series of questions pertaining to the technical problems of fire fighting. Two vacancies no exist in the fire department As the result of an increase in personnel hut these selections according to the practice of the past will be made from volunteers the selections Are considered promotions rather than new appointments. Quot a. Two injured in Accident Here two persons were injured at the intersection of Jones and Trenton Street Early last night when an automobile and a laundry truck collided. James Broome. 19, of 113 Hillcrest drive Driver of the automobile and Betty i of Warner 16, and a a boy Warner of 111 West Farrias Avenue occupants of the car. Were taken to Guilford general Hospital in Yow ambulance for treatment of injuries they suffered in the Accident. Mies Warner suffered injuries to the head and hand the latter necessitating the amputation of a part of a Finger. Or. Groome suffered a fractured rib. Police officers investigating the Accident said the tar which was demolished was going West on Jones Street when it and a truck of the High Point steam laundry driven by Henry Odum crashed. Bolti Drivers were cited to court on charges of reckless driving. Final services conducted for mrs. Emma a. Mawyer at Church of god Here funeral services for mrs. Emma a. Mawyer. 64, wife of b. H. Mawyer who died at her Home 1117 Grace Street shortly after 2 of clock thursday afternoon were conducted saturday morning at la o clock from the Asheboro Street Church of god of which she was a member. The services were in charge of the pastor. Rev h. L. Calloway. Or. J. D. Williams pastor of Welch methodist Church and Rex. George l. Liner pastor of the Southside Baptist Church. During the sen ices the or teen male quartet Sang. Quot farther along a a How Beautiful heaven must be and a Boxer the the Melody girls quartet Sang. A in the Shadow of the Cross and a precious Flowers were carried by friends and neighbors. Pallbearers were Chalmers Osteen Guy Kinney. Clingman Osteen m. L. Voncannon w. P. Deik and i. B. Ridge. Interment was made in Floral Garden cemetery. State heaths Mil h. \. Abernathy Bender june 10�? up a or. H. N. Abernathy 74, idea Here today at the Home of his son h. D. Abernathy whom he was visiting. Funeral services will be held Here tomorrow afternoon. Mks. A. M. Phillips Laurinburg june up a mrs. Anna Mclean Phillips widow of Robert d. Phillips merchant and newspaper publisher died at a Laurinburg Hospital today after an illness of to o weeks. Survivors include one daughter. Mrs. W. S. Dunbar of Laurinburg. And three sons Superior court judge f. Donald Phillips of Rockingham j. D. Phillips an official of Morgan Cotton Mills near Here and William l. Phillips new York Newspaperman. Funeral services will be Beld Here tomorrow afternoon. 600,000 will see Royalty at fair site Mill strikers to hold closed meet tonight except for the closed mass meeting of All Highland Mill employees in Union Hall tonight at 8 of clock there were no new developments in the strike at the local Mill it was said today. Organizer c. W. Danenburg was in Greensboro this morning. It is understood he is conferring with other authorities in relation to the strike situation Here. Following the closed session of the meeting tonight the doors will he thrown open to the Public and an entertainment will be presented. Ask to open Bright Leaf markets two weeks earlier Walson june i 0.�? up a Tho Eastern Carolina warehouse association at its annual meeting Here yesterday asked the u. S. Tobacco association to open All the Bright Leaf tobacco markets two a weeks earlier than usual. The u. S. Association will meet in White Sulphur Springs w. Va., june 29 to set opening dates for the tobacco belts. The warehouse association named w. E. Fenner of Rocky mount president and b. B. Sui continued from Page one Lions of the score of foreign buildings surrounding the court. Flags Elv in front of the modernistic White facade of the million Dollar Federal building High lighted by huge Gold Bas Relief eagles the american and British flags flew from opposite poles. At the end of the court of peace stood two huge Gilt framed photographs of the Royal couple. 26 feet High. Two sided the pictures showed toward the Federal building in one direction and Down Constitution mall in the opposite direction where several hands greeted the on coming throng. Before the King and Queen had even left the Battery the Glass fronted second floor of the Federal building became a sea of flowered dresses and cutaway Coats of the eager elect invited to the Royal luncheon there. Over the roof parapet of the building appeared from time to time the Heads of paling special police details and All the other buildings around the court had i their roof top quota of officers broadcasters and photographers. For an hour the court Loudspeaker system ironically blared out a succession of Irish airs. At the far end of the court the try Lon and per sphere in the background merged with the Gray background of the sky partly screened by the tall fountains in the Lagoon i of nations. The Vista from the court was dominated by the Gigantic Metal figure of a striding Star carrying a worker a atop the russian build i lug. As their majesties entered the fair grounds soldiers Al fort George Washington a temporary fort delivered a 21-gun Salute. The cars wended their Way through the shining White of fair buildings alive with flags. Their majesties left their car at per Ion Hall for the official reception by Grover a. Whalen pres i ident of the fair corporation mrs. Whalen and other fair offi dais. In the Hall its Walls Hung with 18th Century tapestries and its floor covered with a magnificent i carpet into which a medallion was Woven the King and Queen signed the guest Hook. Mrs. Winthrop Aldrich wife of the hanker presented to Queen Elizabeth a bouquet of orchids and curtsied As she withdrew their Majestic sat Down on a Small plat i form where groups of visitors were presented formally. Television cameras today recorded the arrival of the King and Queen exhibit buildings jammed with spectators and a crush of people around per Ion Hall. Outside throngs had gathered in Long lines ready for presentation to their majesties. They were i the Lucky ones holding credentials. The program was fully 4 0 minutes behind schedule. Schedule for a Superior court terms completed special to the Enterprise Greensboro. June the schedule for Guilford county Superior court terms during the next six months has been completed and was released today by Deputy clerk Joseph p. Shore. The schedule provides for nine j terms of criminal court covering to weeks with the first be ginning on july to and two civil terms of two weeks each. Davidson county in the same i District has one term of criminal court two of civil and one mixed term scheduled. Judge John h Clement of Winston Salem will hold the Reg i alar terms. A special judge has not yet been appointed for two j special terms in Guilford and one in Davidson. Poem by mrs. Moser is included in anthology acceptance of a poem written j by mrs. Eunice Ballou Muser of 113 Thurston St pet. High Point i for inclusion in a the worlds i pair anthology a was made known j today by Paul Emory Carter editor of the publication. Mrs. Moser competed in a $100 poetry prize contest and her poem was selected Tor inclusion in the anthology which is expected to be issued in the near future. A a a a on Board of trustees Kernersville june to. A mrs. Kenneth Greenfield who is an alumnus of the woman a College of the University of North Carolina Greensboro was elected one of the three new members of the Board of trustees of the College at the recent meeting of the alumnae association. City expected to move for non suit in Hydro action All evidence completed in hearing before judge sink to reconvene thursday special o the Enterprise Greensboro june to. A with All evidence completed and the hearing recessed until next week counsel for the City of High Point is expected to move for a non suit after the record a been corrected in the suit of the Duke Power company and 45 citizens and corporations of High Point against the City in an Effort to restrain the construction of a hydroelectric Plant on the Yadkin River. All evidence in the Case was completed yesterday and judge sink recessed the hearing until next thursday morning when the record will be opened for correction and for introduction Ohari Ous documents and papers which have been identified. Judge sink asked opposing counsel to present their cases so that argument can be completed in one Day next Friday. He also asked the litigants to present tentative findings of fact and Law for consideration of the court. T. S. Johnson Engineer of the state department of conservation and development a Duke witness yesterday presented a Chart showing Levels of water in the five existing Yadkin reservoirs in the month of june 1935. The Chart tended to show that High Point proposed dam would i have had Little influence on the j flow of the River in South Caro Llna during that month a g. Baity professor of sanitary engineering of the state University a Duke witness also returned to the stand to further explain his Bellota concerning the movement of water Down a natural River bed As compared with one on which reservoirs exist such As the Yadkin. The Gist of his final opinion was that release of water from the High Point dam would have Little effect on flow of water in the lower reaches of the River if any of the intervening reservoirs were not full. Identity of two Check flashers sought by police Loral merchants defrauded of ski in bad checks the police department today sought the identity of two 1 legend Creek flashers a White Man and a negro working in collusion it is believed who for the past two weeks have defrauded High Point merchants of More than Hoo in merchandise and Ash the checks ail of which were returned marked a no funds a officers of the detective Bureau said were forgeries bearing the signatures a Prev. S. White and a pc. H. detective sergeant Jack w. Mcmahon said As far is his knowledge goes there Aie no such persons. Sergeant Mcmahon declined to repeal the names of the three furniture stores and two clothing stores which accepted the checks. The three checks passed at three furniture stores were Given by a negro Man and the two taken by clothing stores were presented by a White Man. Sergeant Mcmahon said he had no definite suspects. The list of the checks was dated and uttered May 26, and the last one june 9. No report was made to the police department however until yesterday. The officer indicated that in his option the checks were poorly written and the forgery clumsily done. The Enterprise Learned that two of the firms accepting the checks were Horton furniture company and Paramount furniture company. Capital shorts Bureau sir Walter hotel by Henry Averill Raleigh june to. A Lloyd Griffin Secretary of the stat school commission and or. B. B. Dougherty chairman of the commissions teacher salary committee were busily engaged Friday poring Over a multitude of figures when your correspondent approached and asked a what Are you doing figuring out Hov much you can pay them a a yes a dryly replied or. Griffin. A and trying to figure out w hat kind of shape we will be in after w e be paid speaking of alphabets this thing of abbreviating every organizations title is being carried just a bit too far. Coming Back to the office yesterday the conductor of this column noticed in windows of the stores this enlightening greeting a Welcome b of l e and g i arrived at the Sanctum the very efficient office Secretary was asked what All that Means she usually can Tell us most anything. A the it of to e part stands for brotherhood of locomotive engineers but i done to know what the g i a is and without meaning any Short answer i done to care its too it was too. And so you la just have to figure out what Gia Means for yourself of you re that much interested. Reappointment of s. H. Hobbs or. Of Chapel Hill to the stale Rural electrification authority was a foregone conclusion but the fact that governor Clyde Hoey renamed d. E. Purcell of Reidsville was something in the nature of a Surprise As there had been formidable efforts to induce George Stevens of Asheville to reassure the Post he resigned some months ago because of pre of personal Bua Ineas. R. Hicks or Nix. Or something. Who said he is an official of the North Carolina journeymen Barbers called from Durham Friday morning to take exception to the Story which this correspondence sent out regarding a fight made on the reappointment of n. Whitney of we Inston Salem a member of the state Board of Barber examiners to hear him Lalk the master Barbers and the journeymen Are closer together than a politician and the pork barrel there a never been any discord among or Between them and everything of now. Has been and forevermore will be sweetness and Light. Just the same there was such a fight made though perhaps no by or. Hicks or Nix. Or something a and not Only that Bot there is now a movement on foe among the journeymen Barbera to a a recall the entire Hoard of bar Ber examiners. The re callers claim this a possible under the statute speaking of reappointment it takes a mighty Good reason to make governor Hoey a horse a incumbent on any Board. He Sall for keeping the same working Crew except when there Are truly valid arguments for ouster. Three arrested in liquor raids Here Guilford county deputies stationed in this City last night conducted two liquor raids which resulted in the capture of a Quantity of a a White whisky and the arrest of three persons on charges of violating the prohibition Law. Raymond Foster 19, who lives on the old Thomasville Road. Was arrested after the deputies found seven and three fourths Gallons of liquor in a trap under his House. The other raid was made at Bolton a filling station on Kivett drive which officers said was known As a the Salty a Small Quantity of whisky was found there and Lem Bolton and Milner Boyce were charged with violating the prohibition Law. Chicago produce Chicago june up a butter 1.400,742 unsettled Creamery 91 score 23 90, 23 90 centralized Carlots 23 i other prices unchanged. Eggs 29,083 steady storage packed firsts 164 extras 16other prices unchanged. Apostolic Church will hold baptism sunday thirteen persons will he accepted into the membership of the apostolic evangelist Hollie Chuck tomorrow at the regular la of clock hour by Rev. L. R Stricklin it was announced today. The baptism will fake place at Swiggett a Pond. Services will he held at the Church at the Corner of Highland Road and Roy Street tonight and tomorrow night a a 7 30, and at 3 pm tomorrow sunday school is at 2 p m. Tomorrow. A Kennedy Calls Roosevelt and Kings handclaps most important in modern times London june to. A up a i med states Amba Easedor Joseph i. Kennedy yesterday described first meeting of King George i 8nd president Roosevelt As a ape haps the most important handclaps of modern speaking to the institution of mechanical engineers he a a it said the meeting yesterday in one of great Charm As Well Aso great significance. There a nothing awkward nothing forced nothing artificial the meeting was simple and Friendly like the relations which prevail Between the two Sheraton hotel Grill room special sunday luncheon served from 12 noon to 2 att p. In. 65c full course dinners from. 85c the Irish potato crop in Eastern North Carolina has been reduced this year because of Adverse weather conditions says l. I p. Watson Horticulturist of the state College Extension service. G m a \ i 17 la i i i a a. In w 1,11 a perfectly a quickly a cheaply Anthine laundry High Points Only soft water Lai dry

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