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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A age two us High fount Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday Mardi 3, 3939 Xxiii Wivi ukr Foon today to a lost night. Fish yesterday. Noeth Carolina a fair and not o cold tonight saturday partly Cloudy and warmer. Winds Sandy Hook to Hatteras a a creasing Southeast or South winds Var North portion grooming Frosh and Loci Erate Northeast shifting to East or Southeast winds Over South portion and an weather tonight becoming overcast saturday. Hatteras to Jacksonville federate North and Northeast winds becoming Northeast and East and part overcast weather tonight and sat Drav weather 4 6 20 35 Charlotte. March 3. A it apr of Lucial weather Bureau records of the Emper Turc and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the Pron pal Cotton growing areas and else where station h l. Fall she Vuie. 36 28 .10 Tlanda. 44 32 .04 Augusta. 46 32 .22 urn Ingham. 54 36 of Harleston. So 36 .34 Charlotte. 36 29 .25 hic ago. 40 34 .00 Olumba. 42 30 .14 Enver. 44 20 .00 Detroit. 36 32 .00 Mansville. 44 34 of Alveston. 56 52 .00 re Ansboro. 44 22 .28 Atteraas. 44. 42 1.44 lug it Fonville. 76 44 .12 by West. 84 72 of it tie Rock. 50 38 .00 of Angeles. 64 46 .00 to phys. 46 40 of Meridian. 54 38 .00 Miami. 80 66 .00 pls-8t. A. 36 24 .00 Lobile. 54 42 .00 it Mitchell. 28 18 14 new Orleans. 56 46 .00 new York. 38 28 .00 Almelgh 36 26 .22 an Antonio. 60 42 .00 an Francisco. 56 46 .00 in Stanburg. 38 30 .�?T.8 am a. 78 56 .00 Washington. 42 26 .00 Wilmington 48 32 .80 teachers retirement fund and Hydro project Are presented House today continued from Page i permit building of ships under the merchant Marine act in North Carolina ports. The upper body also sent to the House a Resolution to furnish copies of the journal on the legislative session in Charlotte Lor the records of Charlotte and Mecklenburg county. A Hill authorizing the governor to appoint a committee of 30 to raise i kids for a memorial to the late Samuel a. Ashe historian was ratified by the Senate. Assured that the measure would offer a Protection to Small broadcasting station a the Senate passed and sent to the i iou e a Oill preventing collection of royalties for the playing of phonograph records. The House tentatively adopted Section no. I of the Revenue Bill which levies inheritance taxes hut then several representatives objected to further consideration of the measure until they had had an Opportunity to read it. Consequently on a standing vote which carried 51 to 32. The representatives deferred discussion of the tax proposal. The inheritance tax Section is substantially the same As the schedule now in effect. Appearing before the joint labor committee which is conducting a series of hearings on pending wage hour legislation were two taxicab Drivers the first employee to come before the committee. The Drivers Paul Hutchinson of Winston Salem and j. L. Bennett of Durham said they were on the Job la to 12 hours a Day. Hut actually drove their tabs Only three or four hours. Enactment of the want hour Hills they said. Would be disadvantageous to employees. Also appearing before the committee were representatives of taxicab companies truck Ullnee bus lines and dry changers. The House insurance committee gave a favourable report to a Hill which would require companies to has life insurance Premium charges on the actual age i of the policyholder. Specials fresh killed native and Western beef broadhurst1 thrills galore the three of St infers in Overland stalk raiders Quot a Arau rerun a % bombardment of thrill a Federal manhunt Carolina Bill Elliott wild Hill hic of a frontiers of 49�?o Fork hams or whole la. 23c Boneless beef Stow Pound. 15c end cuts cured Ham. Pound. 25c fresh. A or whole Cork shoulder la. 16c veal and beef roast bound. 15c steaks All Cut Pound. 25c Bure Burk sausage Pound. 15c country eggs 3 Days old dozen. 22c fryers bound. 22c Small tender Llen a Pound. Medium and Large h e n a Pound. Dressed and drawn 18c 20c free Chi Alto Quot ror Steele in a a the Fri rope1 aug chapter one Hawk of the w11,herness�?� i Seward s Market free delivery 117 East Commerce St. Phone 4972 Palace theatre Salem Street coming tomorrow a rangers Roundup with Frei Scott a also sec.a1 and comedy last times today a lady objects with Laney Ross am Gloria Stewart admission in 1 adults Loc i for 25c children. Except saturdays Ioc state deaths Mhz. N. M. Tha Veu Denton March 3.�?funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 of clock at Eldorado Baptist Church for mrs. N. M. Thayer 67, who died wednesday night at her Home near Eldorado of heart ailment. Burial followed at the Macedonia cemetery. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Howard Nance of Troy and mrs. R. A. Cress and mrs. P. P. Kittrell both of Eldorado three sons f. K. Thayer of hemp ii. P. Thayer of Kansas City mo., and w. W. Thayer of Eldorado a Stepson. Carl Thayer of new York City. Robert it Strong a Leich. March 3.pm Robert c. Strong former state supreme court reporter who would have been 74 years old in june died last night of a heart attack Here. Ii served As reporter for Many years and also practice Law. The funeral will he held Here tomorrow with interment Here. Surviving Are four children and two Sisters. Holc asks Possession of property deeded by w. E. And Stella Price suit was filed in the office of the clerk of the municipal court yesterday afternoon by the Home owners loan corporation against w. E. And Stella Price asking that they he ordered to vacate premises which they now occupy. The complaint alleges that the defendants on october 23, 1934, executed a deed of Trust to c. S. Noble trustee of the corporation for the property in their Possession that on january 6 of this year after the defendants had failed to comply with stipulated conditions demand was made upon them for the property that they have refused and continue to refuse to vacate the premises. The plaintiff corporation requests that they be ordered to vacate and that rental of $25 monthly be adjudged to the plaintiff from now until Possession is secured. Wagger creditors name w. E. Crissman trustee Greensboro. March 3.�? special a creditors of Sarah Wagger of High Point trading As Waggert a ladies shop met yesterday in the office of referee Kenneth brim and elected Walter e. Crossman High Point attorney As trustee in bankruptcy scaled bids for the bankrupts j property will be opened at the office of referee brim on March 14 at 11 a. In. Orville Wright was the first. American Ai my aviator. Night coughs due to Chest cold Are quickly lessened when you rub Enetro on Chest Throat Back. Extra medicated Vapours Are inhaled to soothe irritated congested mucous membranes. Counter irritant action eases Chest tightness and gives feeling of warm Comfort. Try it tonight. Enetro coming sunday play House Statesville Lemons stage play not a picture . Ani tips evening Mirch 6 Ani 7 matinee Turs Dav March 7 Vlasz set r vie Century tobacco Road Zirita. John Barton Quot ail in j tis now evenings si.13, 11.70. 12.26 matinee 8��. Si.13. St.70 All taxes included Money orders payable to w. K. Webb or. Playhouse Statesville it the Queen o taps and a big fun cast Romance laughter Moonlight on the Beach at Waikiki songs that sing and swing sights to open your eyes with wonder stars of swaying Hula 1939 s first i i joyous mirth and Melody hit a Powell Young George Gracie Burns Allen Doughton and Harrison head Money groups continued from Page i venues to the government will be most helpful. We stand ready and anxious to not to Rig Market Morgenthau appearing before the House coinage committee testified that the $2,000,000,000 Treasury stabilization fund had never been used a to Rig the Market for government securities. Furthermore he declared the Treasury had a no agg rement with any other country to stabilize their on another subject which some legislators and businessmen contend bears on business Confidence. The majority of the special House committee on executive reorganization declared that its proposed Grant of Power to president Roosevelt to revamp the government Quot creates absolutely no new other happenings in Washington or. Douglas Brown of Princeton University chairman of the social Security advisory Council warned Congress that a free pensions for the aged might Lead to regimentation. He testified to the House ways and Means committee on proposed changes in the social Security Law. Or. Frank p. Graham president of the University of North Carolina advised a Senate committee that the United states had failed to carry out a the american system in supporting its Public schools. Nothing Federal support for defense highways health agriculture and social Security. He urged passage of a Bill providing More than $800,000,-000 in the next six years for Grants to states for education. Senator Harrison a demand for drastic government Economy brought the spending Issue to the foreground As president Roosevelt was returning from naval Maneu vers to begin the seventh year of his administration. The congressional arguments Over spending and foreign policies. Along with the administration drive to improve business through cooperative efforts of Industry government and labor will furnish the chief executive with his most pressing problems during the next few weeks. He May outline his views on them when he addresses the 150th anniversary session of Congress shortly after his return to Morrow morning. Congressmen said the occasion exactly six years after his first inauguration would offer him an unprecedented forum for discussing current issues. Gathered in the House chamber will be not Only senators and representatives but also virtually every High government official and too diplomats representing 5 4 countries. The program. Including address by speaker Bankhead senator Pittman a Nevy and chief Justice Hughes will be broadcast nationally at noon Eastern Standard time. While the general expectation was that or. Roosevelt would emphasize foreign issues he also May touch on such Domestic matters As his efforts to Salmu a ate business and to end the afr Cio conflict. Senator Harrison Scall last night for a Quot Radical and substantial Cut in congressional appropriations became a Factor in the business cooperation Campaign for to said a lowering of the spending level would be the Best thin that could happen to improve business. Harrison chairman of the Senate finance committee declared in his statement that the alternative to stringent Economy was new taxes and a substantial increase in the National debt. Many congressmen viewed his declaration As serving to Widen the spilt Between Economy eluded senators and the White Jious Over the administrations announced program of continuing expenditures at the present $9,000,-000 level for the next year. Harrison a Economy Appeal won immediate approval from senator Bvrd 11 a and Vandenberg a Mich the latter pledged Republican cooperation in any program a that seeks to restore sanity to Federal limit july i senator admits a Colo said he favored a drastic Cut in expenditures and probably would oppose any expansion of the National debt limitation which now is fixed at $45,,,. Harrison predicted this limitation would he reached by july i 1940, of expenses Are not Cut or taxes ase not increased. While Harrison said there had been some talk of an attempt to Cut appropriations a Flat to per cent except for fixed charge such As interest democratic Lender Barkley expressed belief that such a proposal would not work. What effect the Harrison statement expressing views held by Many anti administration and Middle of the Road democrats May have on efforts to restore democratic party Harmony before the 19 40 convention became a a abject of immediate speculation at the Capitol. Sponsors of democratic Harmony efforts say privately that two or three issues still hold enough dynamite to blow apart what they have been Able to accomplish so far. One of these is the nomination of Thomas r. Amite Wisconsin progressive to he a member of the interstate Commerce com Mission. At kiwanis luncheon Mcmahon and Williams sergeant Jack w. Mcmahon and Lewis e. Williams superintendent. And assistant superintendent respectively of the police department s Bureau of investigation talked today on firearms ballistics fingerprints and other aspects of crime investigation work at the weekly luncheon of the kiwanis club. The program Given at the Elwood hotel was under the direction of i. Paul Ingle and Charles Ingram. Ghandi begins fast for reforms in Indian state Haj Kot India March 3.�? up a Mohandas k. Gandhi sipped a cup of hot Goat s milk today Ani then foreshore food in a hunger strike to obtain administrative reforms for the inhabitants of the tiny native state of rajkot. He said it Woald he a a a fast unto death unless the native ruler Thakore Waheb Shri dhar gave the people Quot a voice in tile even As the tottering Indian nationalist and holy Man began his fast serious communal rioting brought death to tvo persons in Lucknow too Miles from rajkot. The town of rajkot lies in the Interior of the Kathi War Peninsula Jio Miles West of it Amway. It is famous for its dyes. A crowd of spectators watched Gandhi final preparations for the hunger strike which recalled his a unconditional and irrevocable fast of May 1088, on behalf of India s untouchables in three other fasts he went without food for six Days in september 1032. A work in August 1088, and a week in August 1081. The Little Man chatted cheerfully with his followers As lie began another important Day in his demonstrative career. First there was his usual routine of massages and ablutions after which in looked at his mail. Shortly i in fore noon lie took his last meal whole wheat bread tomatoes cooked vegetables and oranges and finally a cup of hot Goat s milk just before the Zero hour of his hunger strike ultimatum. Gandhi accused to Liamore Salieb of breaking a Promise to introduce democratic reforms in rajkot. An hour and a half after Gandhi started fasting the native ruler maintained his stand in a letter to the nationalist Leader. Jan la tosses it aside with the remark that a it merely is adding fuel to the the Rigours of previous fasts had left Gandhi emaciated and shrunken. Latest farm Market report fruits and vegetables North Carolina shipping Points information and sales on the principal wholesale markets As reported by the u. S. And North Carolina departments of agriculture. Prices Are confined to the ranges at which the bulk of the Stock of Good Merchantable Quality. Lettuce f. O. B. Brawley Calif de Mand for 4 to 5 dozen sizes exceeds Supply. Demand for 6 dozen sizes very Good. Marker stronger. Carloads f. O. B. Rash track Western crates iceberg Type. 4 to 5, heavy to 5 dozen sizes $1.75, occasional higher and lower. I car 4 to 5 Doz. Sizes heavy to 4, $1.75. 6 dozen sizes $1.15-1.25, mostly 1.25. Straw berries f. O. B. Plant City Fla demand slow and Market weaker. Yan sales truck loads Cash to growers. Missionaries without crates 6 to 6 a mostly 6 3-8 cents per pint. In Sta to Khz f. O. B. Presque tale. Aroostook county a demand a r an i Market about steady. Carloads f. 0. A shipping Points thawed on delivered sales Jess All transportation charges. Presque Isle rate too la. Sacks u. S. No. I size a. Green mountains 90 to 95 cents cobblers 78 to 90, mostly 83 to 85. Of o. B. Lower last coast of Florida demand Light and Market firm. Carloads by. Crates Bliss Triumph f. O. B. Usual terms u. S. No. I. $1.45. In s no i. Size b. $135. F. O. B. Cash track u s. No. I. $1.40. Size. $j30 carnage f o. B Rochester n. Y. Let emand Light and Market about steady. Carloads and truck loads f. O. B. Usual terms and shipping Points based on delivered sales less All transportation charges danish Type sacked per ton. $6 00 to $8.00. Washington Market steady. Florida track receipts i 1-2 Bushel crates. Domestic round Type Lackly packed 75 to 80 cents new York 50-Pound sacks danish Type 35 to 40 cents apples Washington Market Dull Bushel baskets md., a. A. And a. A u. S. No. I. 2% Inch min., Yorks mostly 1.10 to 1.15 few 1.25 say mans 1.40 to 1.50. Golden delicious mostly around 1.50. Romes. 1.25 to 1.35. Wine saps 2 1-2 Inch min 1.35 to 1.50. Sweet potatoes Washington Market steady. North Carolina Bushel baskets Porto r cans u. S. No. I. 1.00 to i 15. Fair Quality. 75 to 85 cents. Nancy Halls u. S. No. I 1.00 to 1.10. Cleveland Market Dull Bushel baskets. Potto Picans. A s. No. 1. North Carolina. 1.30 to i 35. South Carolina 1.30. Pittsburgh Market firm. North Carolina Bushel baskets Porto Picans. 1.10 to 1.25. Bushel crates. 1.25. South Carolina Bushel baskets 1.15 to 1.25. Louisiana Bushel crates. 1.40. Philadelphia Street sales. Tales Bushel baskets unmarked to to Glade. North Carolina Porte Picans u. S. No. I 1.00. Nancy Halls 1.15 to 1.25. New Jersey. Jersey Type medium to Large Tizes 1.75 to 1.90. Small to medium sizes 65 cents to 1.00. Boston Market Dull. Norm Carolina Bushel baskets Porto Picans 1.40. Lima Beans Baltimore Market unsettled. Florida Bushel papers it. S. No. I 3.25 to 3.75. Straw berries Wallington Market Dull. Florida 36-pint crates per pint to toll cents. Snap Beans Philadelphia Market about steady Florida Bushel hampers Green Flat Type some Large 2 50 to 3.00. Ordinary to fair Quality. 2.00 to 2 25. String less Black Valentine 3.00 to 4 00, Wax. Fair to Good Quality 2.50 to 3.00. Green peas Washington Market steady. Mexico 12-quart Climax baskets 3,00. Florida Bushel hampers. Small pods 2.00. Cucumbers Washington Market steady. Indiana hot House Stock 1.25 to 1.75 per dozen. Sch Washington Market steady. Floi Ida Bushel hampers White wrapped 2.00 to 2,25. Yellow t Rook Erks 2.50 to 3.00. Tomatoes Washington Market steady. Florida lug boxes Green ripes and turning dropped 6x6, mostly Loo to 1.50, few Hest 2.00 to 2.25. 6x7, 1.50 to 1.75. 7x7, 75 cents to 1.00. Rea built 8,888 Miles of lines Raleigh. March 3. Lds a total of 8,888.9 Miles of Rural Power lines has been built in the state since the Rural electrification authority was established in july 1935, Engineer j. M. Grainger of the authority reported today. These serve 49,476 customers. Altogether 522.5 Miles Are under construction to serve 2,973 customers and 2,634.1 Miles have been authorized to care for 11,-539. Cost of lines built under construction and authorized he said totals $11,604,584.76. He split the lines tip As follows cooperatives 1,335.6 Miles built 301 Miles under construction and 1,925 Miles authorized Public utilities 6,372.3 Miles built. 219.5 being built and 573.4 authorized and municipalities. 1,134.9 built to o Miles underway and 135.6 authorized. Man Heid As wife lies near death Bamberg. S. C., March 3 a to a Brady Bunch was held in jail Here today pending the outcome of injuries to his 18-year-old wife Pearl who Hospital attendants said had Little Chance to recover. Mrs. Bunch was found unconscious in a Pool of blood at her Home tuesday morning. Nearby was a Shotgun which had been broken three times but. Had no been fired. Mrs. Bunch had a frat tined Skull and other wounds. Sheriff t. J. Hadwin said he had been advised by Leo Jenkins identification expert of the state Highway patrol that fingerprints found on the Shotgun matched Bunche a. The Bunche the sheriff said had been separated for several Days. Alumnae seminar opens today at woman s College on a Southern writers Greensboro. March 3.�?tp a the fifth annual alumnae seminar at the we Oman a College of the University of North Carolina opened Here today. A Southern writers Quot was chosen As the subject of the seminar. During the two Day course addresses will he made by Ford Maddox Ford the English novelist or Benjamin b. Kendrick Soutli-1 pm historian Caroline Gordon i novelist Allen Tate novelist and biographer and Paul Green North Carolina playwright. Recluse Dies Tulsa. Okla. March 3.�? v Ile Linar Deforrest Bryant 80, a philosopher Recluse identified by relatives As a Cousin of William Cullen Bryant the poet died last night in i Stiny Home near Here. A mushroom May discharge As Many As 18,000,000,000 sports. Pneumonia is americans fourth ranking cause of death. Mrs. Bodenhamer sues to recover $1,000 on life insurance policy to mrs. J. W. Bodenhamer. Administer matrix of the estate of j. B. Bodenhamer filed suit in the office of the clerk of municipal court yesterday afternoon asking to judgment of $1,000 against the Imperial life insurance Compau mrs. Bodenhamer alleges that on february is 1935, the defendant company issued a $1.e00 policy on the life of her husband j. B. Bodenhamer Odio subsequently died on november 24 last As the result of an automobile a client. Alleging that the policy corer the conditions under which her husband s death occurred and i hat. She has not As yet received any benefits mrs. Bodenham asks that the court order the amount of the policy paid to the estate. Notice of service by publication North Carolina Guilford county. In the Superior court. Guilford county is. Clayton Wells it Al. Ray Wells and wife a. E Wells. The defendants Ray Wells and wife Sable Wells will take notice that a action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the Superior court of Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien again a the real estate listed in the name of Clayton Wells in High Point township. For the years 1935-36. And the said defendants Wmk further take notice thai they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the Superior court of Guilford county North Carolina and answer or demur to the complain in the said action within thirty 36 it Days from the 17 Day of March. 139. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said Tiff. This the 21st Day of feb. 1939. S. Lambeth. Asst. Clerk of the Superior court of Guilford county. 2-24 3-3-10-17. Of Iii 7me74mot try Ivalue win 25 Enlar mrs. Filberts i prize recipe contest. For details set insert in each Carton. Per Khatri a underpasses Charlotte March 3.�? Are City manager j. B. Marshall said construction of seven pedestrian underpasses beneath state highways where schools Are situated was being studied Here. Countries whose names Berglu with the letter Quot a Quot usually end with that letter also. Horning after headache no nerd to go through the Day with a a a hangover headache that Parka your nerves and interferes with business. Just take liquid Cape Din and note How quickly head clears Pep returns and nerves Are calmed and steadied. Pleasant to take and does t upset stomach try it for morning Arter. By dose at drug fountains Ana in 30c and 60c bottles. Cap Udine tub in on Kab Ami a a a a a ablation w Mik Ever y Honda. W , and Friday canine Al 6 00 p. It. A red Fez 3 our rho Irr of nor. Than zoo Una Ful and Beautiful gift. Save la. Of Nob. In Avery bag of oat la Jalily Teald hour. W Rila or it it hour u. For a ropy of by m w Chat Catalo. A Dave i ukr act not and Davis Corn meal too you give yourself the Assurance of Many More baking successes when you use Davis Quality tested flour a Royal drown. Carolina s Hest or double a special three popular a frauds that give you More Quality at Money saving prices. Your grocer has the lir mud of your Choice. Ask for it by name anti Saye Alto manufacturers of Davit Best and morning Star flour w. A. Davis milling co. High Point. N. A a buy your meats at a Market with the Grade a a a rating from state Board of health. The United Market 206 North main Street first meat Market to receive Grade a a a we Are giving you some extra specials saturday. Come in. We have ample clerks to serve you. Western or native beef round Stea kib23 /2c tender Juicy beef r0as1 la 17/2c veal chops and roast. La 15c leg of Lam b in 25c Chip beef % in 7/2c speckle Trout la. 30c neck Bones of 3 lbs. Grey Trout la. 15c chittering 10c of 3 lbs. Al Salt herring 2 fish 5c pork ears and or feet. 4 lbs. Liol fresh country eggs dozen 21 c Peanut butter full Cream Che Ese u Thun j�3 s3 33 co act in Iso Guji o fat Buck in 6 c United Market fresh fish and meats 206 North main St. Phone 2900

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