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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Monday Mardi 6,the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page Nin Joe Jacobs Landing Tony Galento match. With Louis is called greatest managerial feat Joe Jacob it v Mucky Cayson 4 aka service shirts editor Joseph Jacobs Par laying Toby Galento and a Keg of Beer into a world heavyweight championship match with Joe Louis in is the Slickest Man a a in a it a the history of a beak busting. Quot they ought to _ erect a statue of Joe Jacobs in i now York pm Teal Park. Hilly Brady made Jim Jeff Ries Champion in the Boilermak-1 Eros i 1th Star but the theatrical Man had considerable with which to work. Jess Willard Sud Primo Gar i Nora at least had tremendous size. Max Schmeling could hit a bit. Jack Sharkey had a cer i Tain amount of boxing class. Max j Baer earned i Opportunity. But Jacobs in Galento had j nothing More than a muscle bound and Over stuffed Barkeep. It the one and Only time two ton j attempted to stand up in train i ing he came Down with Neu Monia. Several handlers including Max j Waxman and Jack Dempsey had j Given Galento up As a bad Job i., said he fight a 1 lick. They lost track of Galento a reverses t the Newark nightsticks record has t been exactly spotless since Jacobs picked him up. He was knocked out by Al gainer a rather Ordinary Light heavyweight in 1936, beaten and held even by one Al Delaney. Don Petrin obtained a draw with him in 1937, when he twice was Well pummelled by Arturo Godoy. Tho last time on the Louis Braddock card in Chicago. A a a Reeh we Black cig a Rapi t Barkeep aprons picturing the rather shop worn and beaten Galento of that june night As Joe Louis opponent challenger mildly surprised Tony Galento. Not teared you under Maud just amazed. Two years later would have been impossible. Jacobs did the Only thing possible with Galento. Made him a throwback to the Day in a diet of Beer and big Black i Gars. V he made two ton a comic a trip character. If the Signor had to be a joke when John l. Sullivan she lacked head make a joke out of the cuban Alee. Tire business. A a us sad the muscle put Galento Jacobs program Lent itself news of interest to the Farmers readily to pictures and stories and the shrewd Little Man from new York s went Side made the most of it. Galento a present position is a striking example of the Power of sheer Ballyhoo. No pugilist Ever Hail a better one. Jacobs was ruthless in building Galento. There were to put it mildly unfavourable aftermath to certain of his appearance. Those with Jorge Brescia in Newark and Nat in Brown in Detroit in particular. But Jacobs paid not the slightest attention. Galento went right on talking about soldering that bum. Louis with Bis left. A smashing Victory Oyer Feldman i Ami is Signor once it appeared As though they had Jacobs cornered. When he remarked in new York that no one of Las would tackle Galento he and his glorified Gladiator nearly were killed in the Rush. Bob pastor and Maurice Strickland led the charge but Jacobs sidestepped neatly and Galento sails into the Louis production on the strength of having belted around Abe Feldman a broken Down sparring partner. Galento at 29 gets his big shot at an opportune time in late june. With the world s fair at Ita height. The show May do As much As $750,000 in new y Ork. Those who know Jacobs do not i begrudge him the break. Whatever he gets will be put Back in j circulation in a hurry. He j could t keep in funds if he had Access to the Bank of England. He a one of the most Graceful spenders who Ever came Down the Pike. The affair is a travesty of course. Galento has about a. I much Chance with Louis As the Phillies have of Landing in the world series. But after what he has accomplished with Galento to Date nothing that Joe Jacobs does should Surprise did no the talk Max Schmeling into the championship As the ferocious Frankfurter Grove led i on the floor kayak la turns to new Fields Howard bringing Argentine Colt eat sea Hiscuit a forgotten Many eos Angeles March up it a a kayak is Brilliant Victory in the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap prefaced today an Eastern Campaign by the 4 year old Argentine runner that May make new turf history. Charles s. Howard who bought kayak at the bargain Price of $7,600 from his son lid. And Bing Crosby two years ago Bas already named him for the metropolitan Handicap and suburban at Belmont the Dixie Handicap at Pamlico and the $50,000 Massachusetts Handicap at Boston next summer. The main division of the Howard stable will be shipped East some time after Tho Santa Anita meeting closes with the $25,000 san Juan Capistrano Handicap saturday and a Charity dedicated $10 Era in monday. But the lame sea Hiscuit tilt Howard s Pride and Joy will stay Iii Southern California to be pointed for the $50,000 Gold cup Handicap at Hollywood Park in the summer. I owner Hope he will better Sun beaus Money winning record of which he is $ j 6,000 shy. The mile and one Quarter classic saturday run off before a record throng of More than 65,000 in the record smashing time of 2 01 2-5. Caused horse men to Marvel at the sturdy Brown Colt from South America. There could be no excuses from the other 15 contenders in the Handicap. Major Austin c. Taylor a who cheese turned in perhaps its greatest performance in finishing second to kayak Louis b. Mayer a surprising main Man did the same thing for third. A aweigh be destroyed Washington n. �?T., March a fire destroyed the Beaufort county storage warehouse 1,882 Cotton Bales own cd by the Federal government and two tank cars yesterday Slid today the total loss was placed at $108,100. Davidson Man convicted of game violation by Leigh in Arch a officials of a game and Inland fishing division of Hie conservation and development department announced today that four Quail trap bad been seized and co fit ated in Davidson county and that a Man bad Jimmu convicted of setting the traps. They identified him As Tom hedge route two Thomasville who had Lieen fined $10 and assessed Al eld Cost. Or. Fishbein in Lotte Charlotte March 6.�?f/p a or Morris Fishbein editor of the journal of the american medical Anocia Tion will speak to the Charlotte executives club tomorrow night. Nuts were thrown at newly married couples by the ancient romans. Mitchell county showing much interest in farm conversation program Bakersville March 6. A More interest is being shown in the 1939 agricultural conservation program than that of any previous year reports pc Lynn Mitchell county farm agent. Already six carloads of phosphate have been made up for seven townships. The demonstration farm program has sold growers on the value of triple superphosphate Lynn said. England has 6,660.000 cattle 886.000 horses 3,320,000 pigs 16.527.000 sheep. Court to hear tax arguments Case will lest right of state to collect income l a from i. S. Employees Washington March 6.�? up a litigation to test the right of a state to collect an income tax from employees of Federal Agen irs came before tile supreme court today for argument. First however decisions were Post sible on controversies involving 1. Whether membership in the communist party of the rutted states subjects an alien to deportation Joseph g. Strecker of hot Springs ark., is directly involved hut the ruling Mav determine whether deportation Acton to taken against Harry Bridges West coast Cio Leader. 2. Efforts by Massachusetts Texas new and Florida to collect an inheritance tax rom the $36,137,335 estate left by col. Edward h. It. Green. In of the famous Hetty Green the supreme court has been asked to decide which state was Bis Legal residence. 3 whether the 1933 a Gold clause Resolution abrogated contracts for optional payment of already issued Bonds in the for City lock up filled sunday High Points City jail yesterday was filled to ifs capacity of 25, but the capacity crowd of inmates was gradually thinned out As the drunks sobered up and called Bondsmen for their release on bail. Jailer Jack booze said this morning he had 22 in the lockup when time came to transport the prisoner to court for today a session. A Large majority of the prisoners were held on charges of drunkenness though others were held Tor a variety of minor infractions. Shellers and cleaners of peanuts in North Carolina and Virginia Are hopeful of a strengthening of the Market and rape Dally of increased sales during the next few weeks. Clay county Farmers already this year have placed orders for la total of 354.otto tree seedlings i reports r. W. Crasher forester of the state College Extension ervice. The world War c 1107.000,000 a Day it a total of eign currency equivalent of Gold dollars. The tax litigation involving a subject now before Congress was appealed to the supreme court by new y Ork and Utah. At Paramount tonight Only frayed like this a when your head aches when your nerves feel As of about to snap use Caw dons. It not Only relieves pain gently and quickly but soothes tense nerves. quirk action is due to its being liquid its ingredients Are already dissolved All ready to work. A Cap Udine acclaimed the outstanding stage show to tour file South in Many years a a Broadway after presents a East of a in outstanding artists. Bove Are rat line and bae dance stylists Aud Ted Hiller comedian and master of ceremonies. Miter nets in Hie show Are the six lie Cardo presenting sensational death defying acrobatics Laig and Haig offering latest Stales in song and music tin three Siegfried who present International Novelty surprises and Art Miller who teams with ids partner Ted for one of the most hilarious comedy acts to in seen on a theatre stage in the South in years. This outstanding stage show is placing the Paramount theatre tomorrow Only. Two million Cotton Bales for exports it is policies re adopted to make larger supplies available for Competition Washington. March 6�? of a Secretary Wallace disclosed today that although the United states is confronted by a Cotton surplus of More than 13,000,000 Bales it has less than 2,000,000 Bales available for Export during the six months ending August i. He w Rote chairman Smith Liso of the Senate agriculture committee that policies should be adopted to make larger supplies available to foreign buyers at prices competitive with foreign Cotton. Wallace said that on january 31, the Supply of a a free Cotton in this country totalled 4,943,000 Bales. More than 1 1,200,000 Bales has been impounded in warehouses throughout the South As collateral for Loans to growers. Under present Laws this Cotton cannot be released by the government. Quot if Domestic consumption should total 3,300,000 Bales during the second half of the present season february to augustan if textile Mill stocks Are worked i Down to 1,250,000 Bales and no j further increase is made in loan i stocks there would be available j for Export less than 2,000,000 Bales during the remainder of the j present marketing season a Wallace said. He added that even some of this Small Supply for Export was uns Pinnacle Low Quality Cotton. The communication substantiated complaints of Domestic As Well As foreign buyers that Market supplies of american Cotton were running so Tow that they were experiencing difficulty in obtaining needed qualities and grades. The Senate agriculture committee hag been considering Legisla Hon to provide for release of some of the impounded Cotton but a i yet no agreement has been reached. Agriculture department marketing authorities said further delay probably would bring about a sharper decline in exports which so far this season Are 4 3 per cent i below last years Small volume. Wallace fold Smith that release of 5.000,000 Bales of the loan Cotton would under Normal cond-1 tons increase foreign consumption of american Cotton by per i haps 2,000,000 Bales. He pointed out however that the release of such Cotton would probably depress the world Price of Cotton to some extent. The Secretary made no recommendations on what action should be taken to increase supplies available for Export Davidson farm news the Tyler pulse Hurra ii s Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville. March 6. Denton Grange held their meeting monday february 27, with 2< members present. Ritual commit teed had charge of the program which consisted of son. A Jara re. Hills a discussion and practice of practical ritualistic forms Laura humorous Reading Jane Grange quiz with mrs. Yard Levo a Rouse Frank Ward Phillip Ward and Jeff Harris All charter members taking part. Frank Ward won first place in the quiz and mrs. Frank Ward was second closing song Quot Good night Tyro Grange held their meeting j monday february 27, with 22 members present. The following Flower committee was appointed mrs. Christine Cagle. Arteal Palmer and l. C. Leonard. The literary program on a safety a a directed by mrs. L. P. Koontz was As follows safety remarks mrs l. I. Koontz a clinching the Bolt a j mrs. A. W. Koontz a there is no j time like the present Quot mrs. Christine Cagle safety rules Vir i Ginia Long Quot unsafe practices i j have set a. Women do Quot l. A j Leonard a it wont happen to Franklin Parnell poem Louise Swie Good song a the Grange is March on great mrs. B. Of sink handkerchief relay with Louise Swicegood and at Teal Palmer As captains. Miss Palmer s Side being the Winner and receiving a Box of Candy. A display of Home made products was shown. Wallburg Grange held their meeting on tuesday night february 28, with a Small group present due to illness among a number of the members. Southmont Grange was a the visiting Grange present. A a a founder so program was presented As follows song Quot work. For the night is coming a by Tho Grange Roll Call with each member stating what they would like for their Grange to accomplish this year talk Quot Grange history at a glance Quot by i. C. Yokely Grange quiz with All the members taking part Tongue twister with j. L. Shoat winning and receiving a prize. Wallburg Grange has Chang tin their meeting time and will meet on tuesday nights after the second and fourth sundays. All members should keep this change in mind. They Are also moving into their new quarters at the next meeting. Tile new quarters Are across the Hall Iii the same building Arcadia Grange met wednesday night March i with 17 present. Southmont was the visiting Grange present. The literary program was As follows song a sowing the seed a by the Grange report on Grange banquet mrs. A. N. Harrell educational moving j picture a Home gardening Quot a vegetable contest with min Lizzie Tesini and Robert Zimmerman us this curious world by William Ferguson whooping cough a occur Between the Assers of of a c>/4v and 4�><s.7v v&a/2s. A a a com. 1> a inca Shiv let. Inc. Monk eve it v Uke humans have two sets of Teeth. Answer right. Monkeys like other mammals have two sets of Teeth. The temporary milk Teeth and the so called permanent set which replaces them. Nearly 50,Doo farms in n. C. Have been equipped with electricity since 1935 Fritts Baxter Frank College station Raleigh. March 6.�?a total of 45, u51 farm Homes in North Carolina have been equipped with electricity sine. 193 5, it was reported today by miss Pauline Gordon Home management and House furnishings specialist of the state College ext not Ion service prior to 1935. A Survey showed that Only 11,558 farms in tile state were electrified while today a total of �6.609 farms have this modern convenience. Iii Caldwell county alone 1.000 Rural Homes had electricity installed Iii 1938, according to a report made to might a Gordon by miss at a Culberson county Home agent. To Date 8 2 per cent of the Rural Homes in Caldwell have electricity or 2.151 of the 1.623 Arm Homes in the county. Stock show to be interesting second annual event will be held Iii Rocky mount March 16. It Rocky mount March 6 a interns in he re cd annua1 eur Stern. Rolina pct Quot took Aud Gale a it be held Here March 16 and 17 in Mangum War Choust on Church s be is mounting rapidly and gentiles Ace expected ,0 ext eed last years re co d by a considerable number Gays j. C. Powell Edgecombe county farm agent and h. E. Alphin. Nah county agent co chairmen of the show. The event is being sponsored by the livestock development committee of the Rocky mount chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the state College Extension service. E h. Austin Secretary of the chamber of Coni Meree is receiving entries l. I. Case beef cattle special St of the Extension service and h. Taylor Extension tier specialist will come Hole from Raleigh to help conduct the show a id Sale. Earl a hos Tetler and or John e. Foster professor and associate professor respectively of the stat College animal husbandry department. Will judge the entries. Seven classes for beef cattle and four for Swine have been arranged in addition to Junior judging contest for 4-h club members and vocational agriculture students c. Dalton swatter also of Tiv College animal bus Bawdy department will have charge of this phase of the show. All beef eau in a n d Swine growers East of and including Wake g Anville Durham Harnett Hoke. Aud Scotland counties Are eligible to compete for premiums totalling $.803 in Cash Secretary Austin has requested that entries be made before March la Iii Ordo to allow time for the preparation of the judging lists. All animals will be judged thursday afternoon March 16 stalling at 9 of clock and the Sab will he conducted Friday afternoon beginning at i of clock. Other improvement reported by the Extension specialist include 18.085 water system installed in Rural Homes in 78 counties 14,652 household appliances purchased and 5,287 kitchens improved through correction of lighting Aud plumbing installation and the re arrangement of furniture. Miss Cornelia Simpson Home agent in Lee county reported to miss Gordon that savings totalling $1,785 resulted last year from electricity in Rural Homes of her county. Rosalind Redfearn Anson Short course to open wednesday miss Ruth current and e. Y. Floyd to be in charge of meeting Danbury March a 6. A mis Ruth current Iii charge of Horn demonstration work for the stat College Extension service an e. Floyd Extension Tobari specialist and aaa executive of Fleer for tile state will be speak is at a two Day farm and Horn Short course which will Ope Here wednesday morning at i of clock. J. Fbrown farm agent Misi Ellen Jenkins Home agent an t. Ii. Sears assistant farm Agen All of Stokes county Are in charge of arrangements for the even which will be held in the moan Tain View Community House other speakers on Tho program will be a. J. Barker assistant Extension forester a. C. Kim Extension Dairy specialist o. Mccrary District farm agent an miss Anamerle Plant dist if Home agent. Demonstrations will be give by miss Pauline Gordon Horn management specialist of the a tension service miss Julia i Iver assistant Extension Clothier specialist d. E. Jones Extension Rural electrification specials miss Bailie Brooks assistant e i tension nutritionist l. L. A agricultural Engineer of the dul Power company n. C. Shiver c the Rife ram and pump work and or. Him Ley. The Mountain View Home Den ont ration club will be hostess t the meeting. Officers of the Clu Tare mrs. J. 8. Barr president i mrs. W. J. Ferguson View pres j Dent mrs. H. I. Barr a Cretal and mrs. C. K. Rutledge Orraj user. Officer of the county count of Home demonstration clubs who will assist with arrange mento Are mrs. G. E. Stone president mrs. A i. Johns vice president mrs. T. T. Tun Secretary mrs. S. R. Gibson Ai Distant Secretary and mrs. T. J Sheppard treasurer. Or county a i ele it to dab Famille Home agent Trie lines i to Accomac i. Two Otto been approved extensions have the county. That Ruben built 111 farm inca have Era other ejected in Community Sweet potato storage House will be used by the whole town Smithfield March 6 do b l. A cock of Princeton has it completed a Sweet potato stores House which will be used by the entire oui Tunney. Reports m it Morgan Johnston county Tai agent. The Structure a remodel store building will hold Nearl bushels of potatoes. Or. A awk plans to cure the yams to the Farmer of the Community and he already has space Reserve for 4.ooo bushels. One Section of the House of us filled with certified North cat i Olina Purto Ricos. Does t need big heavy Les Pedreza planting acreage for crops Mer i t of Don it a their san phosphate ready mix saps Sinai me Farmers of Western North Dakota me being Given a Chance the s year to grow a new hard red Spring wheat that promises to out yield popular varieties now grown in the Northwest. Japan a death rate from infant diarrhoea and enteritis under the age of two is 109 per 100,000 of population. Captains the Side captained by miss Tosh won and received Candy As a prize letter writing contest with mrs c t. Zimmerman the Winner mrs. Zimmerman received ii toy whistle As a prize. After the meeting miss Mae Craver served fruit to those present. Boone. March 6.�?lee Swift. A demonstration Farmer of Reese Community has proved that it does not require a Large acreage to produce a big yield of crops. Harry Hamilton. Jr., Watauga county farm agent of Tho state College Extension service reported that or. Swift has substantially increased his total yield despite the fact that he Lias Cut his soil depleting crops from 29 acres to l l acres and has increased his soil conserving acreage from 16 to 51, since 1935. A by reducing the number of acres in cultivation More Forti j lest do Lizer Lime and manure has been j used on the 086 cultivated acres and this has resulted in an increase of 20 bushels of Corn per acre a Hamilton said. Vasinee 1935, this farm has had 75 tons of Lime applied on cropland Meadow and pasture the pasture land and Meadow have also been treated with 200 pounds of 4 5 per cent phosphate to the acre and As h result of this Lime and phosphate on pasture or. Swift is grazing twice As Many cattle and 20 More sheep than he did in 1935. He is also making twice As much Hay per acre As he did in 1935, thus providing food to Winter his cattle and sheep the farm agent further reports that or. Swift Bas found that the grazing period on his pastures has been extended about one and one half months longer and As a result of this extended grazing period the cattle and sheep have gained weight much More rapidly. Asheboro really every Ort the ice. Marc Rand no in 8. M h it Ilisan. State col this on the drilling to d ext leg u in it i eed add Iii d for the weather said almost kind of or i Lizer is up Tex will of legume Lover. Led. S. Mil acre i seeded i crop Eithe by poultry pays Well to Oxford woman because is properly handled Oxford. March 6.�?"poult pays Well when properly handled. Or. M. W. Clement a Granvill county farm woman told c. Morgan farm agent of the stall College Extension service. Mrs. Clementha 112 Bleo tested barred Rock layers an each week she Sells 25 to j doll Pic a wound 25 Doz. N k i to a South Boston. Thatcher at i Quot cents a dozen Tim remain Jing la to 12 Dozey Are sold week by on the local curb Market or i retail merchant. Will Plant tomatoes and Lima Beans for Revenue Hertford. March 6. A one Hundred ten Peru mans county Farmers looking for a new source of income have agreed to Plant 265 acres of tomatoes and 50 acres of Lima Beans for Canning this summer reports farm agent l. Vav. Anderson. Cotton and peanuts for a Long time the mainstays of income in the county have not been dependable in recent years As steady producers of Cash Money. Therefore producers have turned their attention to other sources of income. If the Toniato Lima bean project is successful this year the plan will be made a permanent feature of the county agricultural program. A larger canner in Virginia will take the entire crop. Tie v s a part meat of agr culture reports that sales wheat and hour for Export Jota re so 9011,000 bus. Is from Jill i. 1938 to february 20 of till year. A the annual farm and Home week will he held at suite col leg this summer july 31-Angust 4, John nyx. Goodman assistant Extension director and Secretary of the event Bas announced. Fruit prices in terminal Keis Are reported by the u Bureau of agricultural economic to have declined slightly durin the past month. Children a coughs due to colds Don t let distress of Chest colds or spasmodic croup coughs due to colds go untreated rub children Muster in on child Throat cheat and Back at once. This Milder form of regular Muster la penetrate the surface skin warm and stimulates local circulation. Flood the bronchial tubes with it soothing relieving vapor. Muster Ole brings such speedy Relief because it More than Quot just a recommended by Many doctor and nurses. Three strengths regular children mild and extra Strong 40. Approved by Good housekeeping Bureau. A druggists. Children so in Yugoslavia a a Kitchen Range in a popular fir to name for children with Quot Philadelphia and a a Chicago gaining popularity. Mild

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