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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 12, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Position of City in health apartment matter explain mayor Kirkman issues statement today question now rests before committee mayor o. Arthur Kirkman today issued a lengthy statement outlining Steps taken by i or City in leasing a building for health department quarters and clarifying the City s position As regards tin matter which has aroused a great Deal of Public concern. Following is a text of the statement prepared and issued a a the City health department is n the present tin housed at Hsc. North main Siren in limited quarters with no additional floor space available the Iago oratory and technician of the health department a iou of at the City Reservoir. The entire he ii a j to Muhat removed from uhen ii of i lie i v o \ n in i i a City Council after numerous inferences and considerable it ligation decided sometime ago to Ion solids Teall health department i n comp a up a 1 i practical set up. A canvasser it ii \ a the City manager. K m Knox and or. Herring head of the health department Canvas de the try for a building centrally located and furnishing the approx a Raate floor space required. Several i possible locations were considered and in the last analysis a build Ling located at is West com Sueree Street giving both ground floor and upstairs facilities and belonging to the to a. In corporation was selected. The Hest location eliminated from consideration was an upstairs location with trying floor Levels approximate 1y one half the floor space bad j Cut up and at a rental of Hio per month. Iii View of the fact i that councilman Amos it Kearns i a director of the g. A corporation the question of the Legal right of the City of High Point to j idea with that corporation was raised first by councilman Kearns himself. The charter of the Cit f High Point provides in article Xiii. Section i. A nor shall any member of the governing body or in a officer or employees of the City have any interest directly or i indirectly in atty work hipness or contract wherein the City is intr i is Ted. Or the expenses Price or consideration of which is paid by the City from its Treasury except such members May be a Stock-1 electric motors it la i Ali motors bought told and exchanged All sties Piedmont Elet tric rep tilt t of. Inc. Tis sooth main St. Phone 522 get new Fisk tires Paramount service station Donov Ike vice Gulf products washing and lubricating Cit West Tiern St. Phone 4075 color style Quot your roof with Sarber Geneseo roofing Call or write Hedgecock lumber co. Phone Loos 1215 Ward St. Sprinkle gasoline ervice from seaports saves. Serves satisfies to i i pkg 11� i a i gallon Sprinkle service station a Bor n Mimi is. Your Home. I no Heller than Lite Millwork that la in la. Ii cola no More to use Millwork Man tint tilted lumber company phone 8atht-38d7 a oui tending Millwork mince i mho charge account to Welcome toi fascist general a Premier Mussolini has named marshal Pietro Bado Lio it above chief of the italian general staff. Sadoglio is shown in this picture As he commanded italian troops in Ethiopia. Holder or director of a corporation doing work for or having business with tile City hut in such mallets he shall not Vole or otherwise influence or attempt to influence other members of the governing lease proper a thus it was legally proper for the City to lease tire building referred to As belonging to a corporation in which a member it the City Council has a financial interest. The lease provides tor five thousand three Hundred and eighty eight Square feet of flour space at a rental of one Hundred Ami in pouty five dollars per month. It was understood that the City would take the building As it stands and make certain alterations to snit its purposes it being recognised that no available building would provide suitable Large capacity or heavy duty electric wiring plumbing for Laboratory purposes or logical arrangement of rooms for health department uses it was Aho recognized that approximately $90o would he required to provide Laboratory equipment it Cetera at such time As the health department Laboratory discontinues using equip me it which belongs to the City water department. The City officials overlooked the possibility that this figure could mount up to a sum higher than the Council would in willing to authorize. The very thing has happened and the City officials particularly the Mavor recognize thai in leasing a building before Lite estimates were made rather than afterwards that the approach has been a Businesslike and that we Are subject to it it Ilcisin. A the Council in its last regular meet tug received preliminary estimates totalling approximately six thousand dollars. This figure sounded High and the Council delayed action until a full meeting of the Council could be held on the premises under discussion. Liis meeting was held on monday of this week and among those expressing an unwillingness to spend six thousand dollars for this purpose at this time was or. Kearns who. Before the publication of yesterdays Story in the Enterprise stated that the directors of the g. A c. Corporation would cancel the lease without Cost to the Cly if that is the desire of the City Council. The Council has not requested such Adion. The full handling of the details of this matter was referred to the proper committee for further study. Tit i Miki Klim phun a preliminary work on this study indicates that a reduction of nearly $ i Sho can be made under the preliminary estimates submitted to the Council but it is important to note in View of criticism voiced in yesterday s news article that the total involved in renovation of the building leased was Only $1679, a portion of which the u. A. Corporation had agreed to assume the other items not yet accepted or authorized largely Over necessary expenses in connection with consolidation of the health department facilities now or at any time in the future in this or any other building. A this statement is made for clarification Only. The committee in charge of Titis matter has not yet held its meeting and i. Of course cannot speak for that committee Kint shall lie glad to make Public a detailed statement As soon As the City Council ads on its re to is a councilman Kearns has been spot lighted in this mutter. It would be More nearly Correct to direct intimations and criticisms individually and collectively at the City Council As we Are responsible for this particular Ltd a a about 16,000 air plane engines tan be built yearly by the 13 american air plane engine if Anu of lures. H Rae is elected As Liaison agent by local legion will Contact Fri As regards any fifth column activities judge in. Mac flae elected Liaison agent Between the Andrew Jackson Post of the american legion and the Federal Bureau of investigation in connection with the investigation of fifth column activities at a meeting of the Post last night. Members of the legion Post Here vill report any subversive or in american activities to judge Macrae who. In turn will Contact Fri agents. The Post also voted last night to enter a 2 1-foot float in the department convention Parade Here and on this float vill ride the 15 pages for Hie convention. Final reports on plans for the state meeting submitted last night indicated that the convention Here will have More entertainment features than any other department convention Ever held to North Carolina. Arrangements were also completed to broadcast highlights of All important events including the memorial service to lie held sunday night. June 23, at the City Lake. Monarch club will sponsor troop of girl scouts Here girl scout troop no. I to be sponsored by civic group the High Point Monarch club at its regular luncheon meeting at the Sheraton hotel today was entertained by David Conrad who Sang several selections including a old Man River a with Hal Reynolds As accompanist. The project committee which has had under consideration for some time the sponsoring of a girl scout or boy scout troop reported and recommended that girl scout troop no. I. Led by miss Barbara Brooks be sponsored by the club. An invitation was received by the club from the ladies auxiliary to a Weiner roast at ii. M. Taylor a Cabin next monday night. To this the girl scout troop no. I will be invited on tuesday of next week the club will meet with the Winston Salem and Greensboro clubs at the High Point Eit it Lake and enjoy a fish Fry. Early Younts vice president presided in the absence of president Roy Culler county commissioners Are discussing budget special to the Greensboro. June 12 a the Board of Guilford county commissioner i meeting Here thi afternoon to discus details of the county budget for the next Fiat Al year. The budget will he first formally considered at the first meeting in july and will then lie on the table for a month before formal adoption. Negro is convicted on charge of hit and run Greensboro. June 12. Thomas Moore. Negro charged with manslaughter in connection with a hit and run Case in which another negro allegedly was fatally injured was found not guilty in Superior court today on the manslaughter charge but was found guilty of hit and run driving. The jury recommended mercy. Judge Hubert e. Olive had not pronounced sentence Early this afternoon. Both the civil and criminal divisions of court took a five minute recess at 11 30 of clock As a tribute to judge w. F Harding who died yesterday at Charlotte current events grows Large Cetti be Dennis h. Hall. to his friends project Leader for this area in soil conservation say that he has enough iceberg lettuce in his Garden 1105 Cedrow Avenue to feed an army. He brought a Mammoth head of the lettuce to the Enterprise this morning. For a fact it would not take Many Heads of the size Henry exhibited to feed a company of soldiers. Deed of separation special to the Enterprise Greensboro. June 12. A deed of separation was filed today in the office of the Register of deeds by Arthur Mckinney and Nellie s. Mckinney High Point. The deed avers that they were married in Bristol a october 31. 1937. Mussolini s ominous blackbirds Quot or like Black Birds of ill Omen Are these italian warplanes pictured ver Rome. Now they Lay their deadly eggs in France. Reh fund for War Crons retie nears Orive half Way Mark s8.000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 a a y$4,000 $3,000 $2,000 $1,000 a steady flow of contributions yesterday afternoon and today pushed the local red Cross War Relief fund to within $10 of the half Way Mark toward the $8,000 goal set by the National office. The total reported by the chapter office today at noon was $3,-988.65. Officials of the chapter expected their Complete Confidence that the City will yet reach the quota and announced that every method will he adopted during the succeeding Days and weeks to Gatimu late donations. The National office under increasing demands for More Money As the terrible War continues to expand and intensify is pressing chapters throughout the nation to set spurt to the local drive following is a list of new donors released by the High Point chapter today miss Rosa Sutherland. Nancy White Mary Conrad Bible class. First Baptist Church. W. I. Brunson mrs. Lewi Teague. Arm Strong Caddel veneer co. Denny Roll and panel co., Clover Brand Dairy Briggs manufacturing co. Continental furniture co., Marietta paint and color co., Harries Covington Mill Triangle hosiery Mill Guilford hosiery Mill Lewis and Holmes co., Wilson packing co High Point paper Box co. Highland Cotton Mill. Cloverdale Dye works. Nathan m. Ayers. Farrell h. Gray. Tuesday evening Garden club Avery hosiery Mill mrs. A. S. Parker. Larkin and circling Kirkman. Or. And mrs. Will r. Smith Valette j. Harris. Merchants held Annua dinner Here last night seven new directors announced by Hutchens a humorous speech by Edmund it. Harding of Washington n. C., featured the annual dinner session of the High Point merchant association held a at the Sheraton hotel last night. Or. Harding a Well known att or dinner speaker and entertainer. Spoke on the subject a the Art of president George e. Hutchens announced the naming of seven new members of the Board of directors. They Are d. A. Dowdy e. M. Dudley. George Rankin m. Z. Perkinson. F. E. Hazilee sr., Hugh smart and John Clinard. President Hutchens said he would Call a meeting of the full Board next week probably monday or tuesday for the election of new officers. Other Menthe of the Hoard of directors Are a. It. Holton. A Coke Cecil. R k. Young h. A. Cecil o. A. Kirkman h g. Alderton. H. Williard e. I. Chitwood. Horace Haworth o. V. Rester g. Smithdeal r. H. Sechrest h. M. Taylor and or. Hutchens. Or. Hutchens presided at the meeting last night. R. K. Young introduced the speaker. L. 0.0. have fish Fry at Lake local Moose Lodge plans Benefit event tar Heel legion in Danville sunday Lodge no. 693, Loyal order i of Moose held the regular week i by meting in the Moose Hall on North main Street last night with governor e. Z. Jones presiding. Business matters were attend-1 de to and it was decided to have a fish Fry thursday night june 20 at the City like starting at 6 39 . The Public is invited. There will he a Small charge per plate and the proceeds will go to the Ridge to Aid in their Char try work. It was announced that there would he a meting in Danville. A. Sunday june kith of the tar Heel legion of the Moose and All leg Loneer Are invited to attend As the election of officers for the coming year will he held at that time. Visiting Moose last night were Burton Stanley a graduate from Mooseheart and now governor of the Greensboro Lodge m. Cd Jones and j. W Henderson. N. Christian Endeavor meet opens thursday Lether Medlin the 4 2nd convention of the North Carolina Christian Endeavor will be held at Elon College thursday june 13, with a Large delegation from High Point expected in attendance. The first general session will get underway at la a. In. And will j be in the nature of a gel acquainted meeting Over which Luther r. Medlin of Gastonia Field Secretary. Will preside. The convention prayer service will he held at 2 p. In. With d. Fred Paschal is Leader and miss Marguerite Helms presiding. The initial conference period will be at 2 30 p. In. With another at 3 30 of clock. At 4 80 the Alamance county Anton will give a reception for delegates and leaders. The formal opening of the convention will he held thursday night at 8 o clock with Tracey Miller state president in the chair. The keynote address will he delivered by Rev. Charles John St John superintendent of the bowery Mission. News continues on dizzy Side Charlotte War and threat Banner political keep the Vizzier ? a Farmer at covering that a had hitch hiked june 12�?�? of War and a year failed to Ide of the new. Morganton dts five foot Snake into town by 11111m1111111111 f ill Llull la pm i ii 1 a 1 i Iii 1111 la 111111111111 la 1111h1111111111111111111 for the Best in finishing Kodak Call 2758 Smiths studio a we Call for Ami delivery Wake up your liver bile without Calomel a and you la jump out Al bed in Tho morning Rorink to go the liver should pour out two pint of liquid bile into your bowels daily of this bile is not flowing freely your food May not digest it May just Deray in the bowels. Gas bloat up your Ato Marh. You get constipated you feel your Punk and the world Loo a Punk. It take those Good. Old Carters Little liver to to get these two pints of Hile flowing freely to make you feel Quot up and up Quot Amarin in making bile flow freely. Ask for artery Little liver Pill by Nam. To god 2c. Stubbornly re fuss anything Elsi he for divorce Helen Calloway we Aison today had instituted in High Point municipal Fourt suit for divorce from d. H. Watson. The complaint avers they were married september 10, 1932, and separated May i 1935. New steam electric Plant opens Shelby june 12�? a a it a the Duke Power company a huge new steam electric Plant in lower Cleveland county will begin operation soon. The $10,000,000 Plant is near Cliffside. Bond Ishee is approved boiling Springs. June 12�? a the issuance of $25,000 Worth of municipal water works and sewerage Bonds was approved in a election Here. Free swim week to Start monday sponsored by City recreation department free swim week sponsored annually by the City Parks and recreation department will open next monday at the City Lake swimming Pool for courses in swimming instruction to a1 High Point boys and girls who do not swim. It was announced today by William f Bailey director of the department. Emphasizing the health and safety values Iii swimming the department each summer conducts the series of classes with the View to teaching every boy and girl How to swim. No charges Are made for the instruction the Only requirements Are or. Bailey said that the boy and girls bring their own suits and towels and arrive on time. Classes one hour Long each Day will begin at 9 15 a in. For boys and at 10 30 for girls. Department sponsors playground activity the Park and juvenile department of the City under the direction of . F. Bailey is sponsoring a number of playground activities in the City during the summer months. One of these is located at the Park directly behind the chamber of Commerce office. Activities there Are under the supervision of the recreation leaders provided by the works project administration. Arid from to toll of clock each wednesday morning members of the Junior service league will instruct groups in handicrafts. Mrs. Lowdermilk Dies in Asheboro member of prominent family passes at Randolph Hospital following stroke special to the enter prove Asheboro. June 12 a or. S. J Frank Lowdermilk about 70. Member of a prominent Asheboro family died last night at 10 30 at the Randolph Hospital whore she was taken monday following a paralytic stroke suffered to her Home on South Cox Street j sunday morning. She was the former mias Emma Allen daughter of the late Alvia j and Lydia Cox Allen both of Randolph county. She was the widow of the late s. Frank Lowdermilk j and survivors include the follow Jing children of their Union c. A. T f., and i. L. Lowdermilk miss Iola i Lowdermilk mrs. Earl Hen a Ley. At of Asheboro miss Esther Lowdermilk of Greensboro and Asheboro and or. William a. J Moore. Jr., of it Worth. Tex. I also surviving Are two half Sis ters. Mrs. J r. Comer of a he Horo and mrs. Wiley Holt of Star. Funeral service will he conducted tomorrow morning at to o clock from Central methodist Church of which she a a Mem-1 her by Rev. J. Vav. Braxton Pas j tor and Rev. R. Stubbing of j Greensboro. Pallbearers will he friends and neighbors. Interment j will follow at Flag Springs Church of which mrs. Lowdermilk a a member before her marriage. A a Kami Queen of Cotton to be crowned tonight Gastonia. June 12�? it per. Claudius t. Murchison of new York president of the Cotton textile Institute will Crown miss Freida Myers and Harold Mercer a Queen and King of Cotton tonight at ceremonies which highlight the third annual Gastonia Cotton onto the Frame of his truck persuaded a crowd not to kill the reptile because he wanted to use if As a rat killed in his granary. Vav. Vav. Williams of Kannapolis said he believed his Young Pullet had got War preparedness fever when she Laid a double yoked egg every Day for ten Days and then Laid a triple Yolk one. In Greenville s. Cd a the cardboard advertising is so life like that one of the City s most prominent businessmen inadvertently stopped to lift his hat to a life size Cut out of a woman. Eleven year old Tommy Gooding of new Bern Rode his bicycle 26 Miles in two Aud one half hours to visit his grandmother while an indication How fast the in s. Army moves was shown when mrs. F. J Todd received a reply to a letter she addressed to the wife of an army officer eight year ago. The letter had followed the addressee from Post to Post. Col. 0, p. Shell 75-year-old political warhorse of Dunn who has had 3 2 years legislative experience prepared to celebrate his defeat in a town recorder s race with a Mammoth Barbecue and a Concord theatre manager invited his customer to see his show and pay the regular Price afterwards if they thought it Worth it. North Wilkesboro police sought persons who overturned All the Marker Aud monuments in a cemetery. An Anderson merchant received $2 from a Man in Charlotte who said he stole 45 cents from his two years ago. Tent meeting continues on East Lexington at Johnson a tent meeting is being had at the Corner of East Lexington Avenue Aud Johnston Street under the auspices of Tho Christian workers evangelistic club it was announced today. The services held each night at 7 30 of clog k. W ill continue through sunday june 23. Special music featuring All programs. The Hill children will sing tonight. The meeting thus far has been marked by Good attendance it i reported. A or. Godsey announces theme of tonight s Sermon Tabernacle or. Vav. A. Godsey now conducting a revival at the Peoples Tabernacle near the intersection of Highway to and to a in West High Point has announced that he will preach tonight on the theme the woman Riding on the Scarlet coloured Rev. 17 3. It was stated today. Officials of the Tabernacle Are extending an invitation to the Public to hear or. Godsey who will continue the meeting through saturday. June 22. T. Ingram jr., is named president of local a. B. Club other officers also elected for civic organization Charles t. Ingram or. Assistant manager of the Carolina Container i company last night was elected president of the High Point Amor Iran business club at the regular weekly meeting of the civic organization. Elected first vice president was or. Esmond slate. Collier Ellis was Clef Ted second vice president j and Arthur tidier was re elected treasurer. Other officers elected were Francis Neal recording Secretary Billy Bie Eloff. Corresponding Secretary and Brooks Reitzel sergeant at arms. The Hoard of governors elected last night is composed of Hamlin Briggs or. Philip Davis Dallas a Lark and Billy Seeloff guest at the meeting last night was Lewis Loveland of Durham. The attendance prize was won by Sam St Rieveland. Verdict of $10,000 is awarded in damage suit against High Point firm special to the Ente Pri a Greensboro. June 12 a verdict of $10,000 for the defendant was brought in by a Superior court jury in the $50,-000 suit of Roy Whitley administrator of the estate of Charles e. Terry or. Chatham va., against Clover Brand dairies. The suit arose out of an Accident in which Terry allegedly was fatally injured. A lawyer conducts own defense and gets acquittal Asheboro attorney found not guilty of reckless driving charge Waldo Cheek Asheboro attorney. Haled into court on a reckless driving charge As the aftermath of an Accident on the Asheboro Road conducted his own defense today and got himself acquitted. Or. Cheek and Earl Humphrey High Point route three Drivers of the two vehicles involved in the collision were each charged with reckless driving. Or. Humphrey was ordered by the court to pay $50 to or. Cheek and to pay tile court costs. Other cases disposed of today included the following Tommy Davis 807 Redding Street breaking and entering and larceny probable cause. E. Howell failure to secure spelt Ial License judgment suspended on condition he procure License for this fiscal year. Sidney Peele Grace apart Meta abandonment and no support. Judgment suspended on condition he pay $2.50 weekly for support of i child. 600 graduated at state University five High pointers receive degrees mrs. Mal Cerney gets master s degree five High pointers received degrees last night at the Cyniver Siviy of North Carolina in Chapel Hill As a record class of More than 600 was graduated Al the institutions 145th commencement exercises. Mrs. Mal Cerney the former Allene m. Sch roader and before her marriage last year principal of Elm Street school Here received her master of arts degree. Receiving the degree of Bachelor of arts were j. J Clark and j. J. Hilton and to j. L. Austin and g. D. Webster went the degrees of Bachelor of science in Commerce. Among others receiving baccalaureate degrees were Elizabeth Blair of Thomasville j. W. Holman or. Lexington t. I. Murphy c. L. Pii Tael jr., Salisbury. By. Coli thenor jr., of Salisbury received the degree of doctor of Law. Seeks to restrain Bank for foreclosing property special to the Enterprise Greensboro june 12. A filed in the office of the clerk of Superior court Here today a an action by j. By. Mcguinn. High Point to restrain the first National Bank of Thomasville and j. Roy Proctor trustee from foreclosing a piece of property on new Street. The plaintiff contends that the Hank has a deed of Trust As Security for a $300 note but further avers that or bad posted various note and mortgages As Security and claim thai the Hank had agreed to collect these and to apply them on the note. He alerts that the Bank a now collected about $700 from these notes and mortgages hut refuses to apply them on the logo. Funeral rites Joe Leonard Ray funeral ser lets for Joe Leonard Ray 14, who was killed by a Holt of lightning while working in a Field near his Home. 338 Culler Street monday night were conducted this morning at i i o clock at Highland methodist Church by Rev. T. G. Smith pastor. And Rev. Paul Taylor. Pallbearer were John ferret Philip Tucker Glenn Surratt j. Davis Howard George Lloyd Whitt. Interment was made in Oakwood cemetery. Or. Bargain Hunter tomorrow is the Day k your Opportunity to save up to 45% the greatest used car Sale in our history look for our in advert be meet in ton2�jrjrcin%j__p.�p�r. Every unit priced for quirk Sale English motor co. 201 e. Washington St. Phone 2191 . Softly ii poetic Lorly important on a vacation trip. Tollway bus Drivers record of Over 9,000,000 passengers hauled without e passenger fatality assures you of a trip that is More pleasant because it is Safe. Ask your Troil Woys agent for Low round trip Fores to anywhere in America. 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