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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Friday Mardi 3, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point North Carolina Page seven Twenty five May be dead in fire ice coated ruins of Nova Scotia hotel probed by firemen Halifax Nova Scotia. March 3.�? Canadian press a firemen probed ice coated ruins of the Queen hotel today to determine the loss of life Iii the Early morning fire yesterday which trapped sleeping guests As it swept the hotel and destroyed two adjoining structures. Police said 25 persons were missing and expressed fear even More had lost their live in the Blaze. Four unidentified bodies were removed from the ruin. Or. F v. Woodbury City medical examiner said police had removed three additional bodies from the ruins today. He appealed for dentists to Aid Bim in identifying the charred bodies by Means of their dental work. In hospitals were 20 injured including two firemen. The fire forced Many guests to jump from a windows of the blazing Wood and stucco hotel. The hotel Register Only exact record of the hotel s guests was buried in a Safe under tons of debris. Working with City police j. A. I Redland Nova Scotia fire marshal Bogan an injury into the cause of the Blaze which caused damage estimated at $800,000. Hotel employees were questioned last night but their statements were not disclosed. Legion leaders on Post program Stephen Chadwick and mrs. Janies f. Morris to 1 speak in Shelby Shelby March 3.-�? a Stephen f. Chadwick National commander of the american legion and mrs. James f. Morris National president of the legion auxiliary will sgt eak at the Spring Post officers conference of the legions North Carolina department Here sunday and monday. Committee meetings will open the conference. A memorial service conducted by department chaplain Douglas hights of Winston Salem and or. Zeno Wall pastor of the first Baptist Church Here will follow. Burgin Pennell of Asheville department commander Iii preside Over the meeting of Post commanders and adjutant and mrs. Herbert Taylor of Dunn department auxiliary president Over a gathering of officers of auxiliary units monday morning. A Parade of veterans musical organizations and National guardsmen will follow a business session. Commander Chadwick and mrs. Morris will speak at a joint meeting of the legion and auxiliary monday night. The forty and eight fun and Honor society of the legion will have a Quot wreck saturday night. English Street curb Marke j list arrived from the land of Sunshine a mixed Load of fruits and vegetables. S la. Lard 72c Arnii a Den la. Peas 10c kid Kip 3 lbs. Tomatoes 25c fancy yellow la. Squash. Ioc pint strawberriesl5c my Florida Hunch celery. .5c fresh Lina la. B e a n s Loe Cloud Sweet to lbs potatoes 15c Irish no. I Cobbler to la potatoes 19c 3 lbs cabbage. 10c Dainty biscuit St lbs flour 65c California 2 hunches carrots 15c new Rod Hilts 7 lbs. Potatoes 25c Kolind strangles t rider la. Be ans Ioc guar a cd poultry Yard do. Eggs 19c first lady winds up 6 Busy years Washington Mardi 3.�? up a incl \ Busy years mrs. Franklin i. Roosevelt Lins proved the White House less of a prison than she herself predicted. With a restful a a in a love to Fly the Atlantic a she accepted an invitation to Christen a huge Frau Atlantic plane this afternoon and perhaps take a flight in it although not heroes the Ocean. On sunday starting Lier seventh year As americans first lady site will head Southwest on her seventh paid lecture tour. She will arid More Miles to upwards of 200,000 travelled since March i i Ohi and thus continue making a new pattern for Lye sment a wives. Aet six years ago mrs. Roosevelt arranged to curtail a Good Many of her activities preparatory to entering the a Hite House. Quot i have realized All along a she said a month ii fore Lier husbands inauguration a that i shall have to give up a Good Many things March 4.�?� hired hand kills ind. Farm couple Edinburg ., March 3 up a state police planned to question Clifford Redmond lanky Hoosier hired hand yesterday in a quest for the motive that drove him to the confessed slaying of a farm couple near Here tuesday Midnight. They brought him Back to Indiana from a Andalio Iii states attorney Floyd Sonnemann said there last night Redmond admitted killing Paul Brand. 40, and mrs. Mary Jayne Brand 43, and Laid the deed to the fact he was drunk. Sonnemann quoted Redmond As saying he has been on a drinking spree to celebrate his Twenty seventh birthday. Redmond drove the brands automobile to Ramsey iu., and was arrested at a poolroom there. Coroner Walter l. Portteus declared Here today the confession did not explain the crime. The couple s daughter Gloria. 12, after huddling terrified with her younger sister and brother for six hours ran to a neighbor s at Daybreak yesterday to Tell of the slayings. Both victims were shot in the head with a .22-calibre Rifle while they were in bed. In addition Brand was stabbed in the neck with a butter knife and beaten with the Rifle butt. Gloria said Redmond had raped her. The farm hand denied this the Coroner indicated an attempt had been made to attack her but she had not been raped. A. Dispute arises in housing agencies i Washington March 3.�?-p a a dispute Between two government Home financing agent ies appeared today to be headed toward the White House for settlement. John h. Fahey head of the Home loan Bank system testified yesterday before a Senate subcommittee against an expansion of mortgage insurance limits for the Federal housing administration one senator who asked that his name not be used. Said administration supporters wanted senator Barkley id byte ask president Roosevelt to decide the matter. Democratic Leader Barkley is a member of the banking subcommittee considering the Cha Bill. Fahey read the subcommittee a highly critical letter from the Home loan Bank Hoard. He said this had been sent to the budget Bureau last month. The letter protested that Fua was not confining its operations to new construction hut was refinancing Homes already built Quot at expense and risk to the government and at the Cost of numerous fee to the Home japanese troops Start Gigantic pincer Moven Kangsu province against 60,000 chinese number of americans in Waian remain unreported Shanghai March 3.�? a three Strong columns of japanese troops assisted by bombing and fighting planes and tanks were executing a Gigantic pincer movement in Northern Kangsu province today against an estimated 60,000 chinese. The chinese were the 57th and 89th brigades of the Central chinese army which dug in Northwest of Shanghai after last Summers defeat along the Tunghai railway and a Large Force of guerrillas. The area is in nominally japanese conquered territory some hundreds of Miles East of the Central China meanwhile japanese forces in a Westward drive in Supeh province reported occupation of Hukow and moved against Shyang too Miles West of Hankow and 30 Miles Northeast of Shari an important Yangtze River port which is one of their goals. The japanese mop up along the Kangsu Shantung provincial Boundary was believed to be directed in part against Hai How the Only port North of Shanghai still in chinese hands. The cleanup forces already bad occupied the Inland City of Waian. 200 Miles Northwest of Shanghai. There was no news from these americana there or. And mrs. L. M. Bell and two children of Waynesboro \ a. Miss Lina Bradley of Bishopville. S. C. Draud mrs. P. K. Geiger of Wheaton. Iii. Miss Mary Mccown of Lexington a. Miss c. L. Oliver of Clinton s. C. The Rev. G. P. Stevens of Charlotte n. C. Miss Margaret Sells of Johnson City Tenn. The Rev. A. A. Talbot of Versailles by. And or. And mrs. J. B. Woods so. Or. Woods a native of Virginia has been in China 40 years. While travelling at 70 Miles an hour air is rushed through the. I i,.i Tor of a car at a rate As 250 Miles an hour. D a tit Bai Leifili 3 10c flashlight Wax paper 9� a Manns Cut rate drug Torii Sun Brite 4c housewives hotels boarding houses free Beautiful Rose coloured routes in a a with each 2he sire Phillips tooth paste both for by request we repeat time for Sale save up to $2.61 on a Beautiful Ingraham alarm clock a value you wont be again soon so save Money and get one of these Well known alarm clock now two year guar. Values to $3.50 mid pills i Dot. Aio phen. Or i do. Bile Fis. St i Dot. Ami Dine. 5c i Dot. Aspirin. In ii Dot. Antrin. 12c 1 too saccharin. Or do. Carotid bile so i Dot. C. C. Pills 4 Prince Albert i Union Leader c i in dibacco Dulc velvet Model Granger tobacco l in. Tobacco l in. Tobacco l in. I Pound Epsom salts 50c value menus ties 8c collates tooth paste i. Site 33c listeria tooth paste Cit. Site he Oval Tine a a Stanback 75c size noxzema 49c 25c size Zinc oxide ointment. .8c 19c alcohol rubbing full pint Oatmeal soap value 30c indent to ii i Ooth paste Stock up. Shue soc Patio Soho soda fleets Locsi both 59c resigns As mayor Oxford March 3.�? James a. Taylor has resigned As mayor of Oxford. B. S. Royster is serving As in a or pro tem. Andrew a. Lull of Greensboro grand chef de Gare of the grand Voiture of North Carolina will be in charge. Miserable a Days and nights ? cant eat cant sleep ii a sir prep. Jam Wampole. O9c 49c Lysol 23c 75r site <4 sex lax. I pc Feen mint 19c do. Aspirin Bayer a. I pc insulin it. Mineral Oil fib of. Squibb a 89c Xiv six m pablum. Of pc is is 1% n. R. Tabs. 2.3 c us size Muster Ole. 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Is guaranteed to make Yon feel years younger anti prove satisfy Eton in every Way or it Doe not Cost you one red cent thousand say it helped them when Della salts and griping remedies failed a it today Regula size i now Tori 79c on Sale at All Mann Cut rate drug Stokes unbreakable Case Maroon or Black look the new Sterling electric Shaver guaranteed two yrs. Self starting Power unit. No radio interference. Gives a clean close shave. Pocket watch $1.50 Valim electric stove is of value 69c roller skates Uco value 97c ,1.03 size Cardui 79c 2sr size by draught l9c 75c size Pastoria a Fletcher a. 5 9c ii00 ii Quot c a in s. S. S $1.67 Draco $1.89 $1.00 size Miles Nervine. 83g crentulsion$1.08 is 25 size 0 Saraka Yoc 15c size Aspe gum Ilic 75c size Ujj i Doans. 43c $1.25 size a it of absorbing 79c 35c size Vicks a a vap rub Ali c 50c size Vicks Vatro nol 39c Friday saturday sunday monday i dozen clothes pins i Pound a chocolate covered cherries i or i dozen sanitary napkins k Pinson in Lux flakes Ioc Lux soap. S Cioc lifebuoy 2 for Ile 5c Octagon. 4c 5c p. A g. Soap. 4c \ Mfd. Ivory Fie 10c of idol z for. 15c

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