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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 14, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news ainu Wani ads i this Section the High Point Enterprise Section a b local news and Wani Al in has Section vol. 36�?no. 74 Meurer associated Cress High Point. N. Cd a thursday \ i ter noon. March ii. 1940 Complete Nea serv ice Price five cent Tate chairman rules Paschal Milford democratic chairman interpreted Here As decisive statement on democratic controversy what was interpreted in to Lical circles As a definitive Iling on the recent Guilford county democratic chair tan ship controversy appear-8 last night in a statement sued by r. Gregg Cherry late chairman recognizing rank l. Paschal of greens it Roas chairman of the Par in the county. Quot a Quot membership drive Only $400 Short of quota Everett mar i lauded for leading highly successful Campaign or. Newlin to address red Cross meeting or. A. I. Newlin of Guilford College wit speak tonight on a human needs in Europe today Ai the annual meeting of i he High Point red Cross chapter. The annual meeting of the organization will be held beginning at 6 30 o clock at St. Mary s episcopal Church. Final plans made at meeting for business clinic series k. I. Amos clinic chairman., assert clinics offer City Rood Chance final plans for the series of eight business clinics to begin next tuesday were made at a mrs. W. T. Powell chairman Meetins 0f the clinic executive of the local chapter will preside. Annual reports from the several committees of the organization j Wooll today will be submitted. Committee with the clinic chairman at the Sheraton hotel at Industrial group feels now is time for local drive one of the most enthusiastic Board meetings held in recent i months was in session yesterday i if this interpretation stands afternoon As the leaders in the r. Paschal will replace Thomas y. M. C. A. Met in regular monthly Hoyle jr., also of Greensboro get together to evaluate the pro to was a a ousted by a majority j Gram and Progress of the associate votes in a recent meeting Tjon s membership drive the county executive commit a president j Welch Harriss pre sided. The following members in the opinion of or. Cherry As were present j. E. Marsh j. J. Pressed in a statement issued Corrigan Nathan a it ers h. A. Mil-1 rough county vice chairman j Jig Horace Haworth c. Virgil Yow l. R. Stewart t. V. Rochelle and Secretary Edgar Hartley. J. E. Marsh annual member j alter e. Crossman last night or. Paschal is a the duly elected it unto chairman of the democracy executive committee of guided or. Paschal said today that he group outlines objectives at Albemarle meet municipal workers and county i commissioners prepare Aimson c. Commit tee favor intense Campaign for new industries Greensboro mar. 14.the by come this Way. First of a series of 12 under the sponsorship of warning. Is had cached ii Loti $4uo i a. Quot it a a Quot it a n a t Quot a lad received a letter from or. I of the Campaign goal of $5 2uu i municipalities and the Assoria lion its Community House in order and of Herr confirming the opinion ex-1-All that is necessary Quot azure of county commissioners and my it an quickly seize the opportune Essed in the statement recon or Marsh a a to that Nic pal employees association wastes presented to it will be Able in discussing the coming series of clinics r. T. Amos of the executive committee said a these meetings offer a real Chance to j the Industrial Aud new Indus the business and professional men ties committee of the chamber and women of High Point to work of Commerce at a meeting Vester i out a definite Forward business Day afternoon announced that it program for assistance to our Feit that the time is Ripe to Start existing business and industries a vigorous and intensive ram land the general advancement of pain ,0 secure new businesses j our City. And industries and to encourage a Many leading citizens in the expansion of local industries Community realize that imme Amos r. Kearns chairman. J Diate and definite plans should be named r. B. Terry de Menden made if High Point is to be in Hall and w. G. Poy on a commit a position to take advantage of j ice to arrive at the Cost of a series new business and Industrial of of advertisements in Trade Public port unities which will increasing cations and newspapers in order to attract other industries and izing him or. Paschal As guided chairman and expressing the Ope that the new chairman would York to the end of creating har Lony within the ranks of the i-1 or. Hoyle the former chairman said he had no statement make at this time but indicated tat he might comment on the Bina Tion later. As Bei Oros As an explanation to that Rul in. Chairman Cherry stated that beefing of he committee had sturday. March 2. And also aft tacit of Lorn i t fee. Member mowing that they approved the Lytton of the committee. A i am of the opinion that the Lect ins was proper the statement of the chairman read. I and it is my duty As state chair Lan to recognize is county Ealr run the Choice of a majority of he executive committee of Guilford county businesses to High Point. The new committee will meet during the week of March 25 to report on its findings and possibly recommend its inclusion in the budget of the chamber of held yesterday in Albemarle to acquire much new business and j Commerce to further this Type of George l. Stansbury chairman of new Industry. On the other hand work the Guilford Board of commission the City which continues to Drift Frank j. Sizemore Secretary Board of Direc-1 Eri attended the meeting. Three with the tide and Trust to Luck offered a report of the u. S. De for j major object Hes were outlined to Combine its Community think a partition of Commerce on a broadside control and Beau Tofica ing with Community acting will Tennial census of manufacturing lion a county building permit ays not Only fail to acquire new Bual for each two year period from Ness but May lose some of the 1929 to 1937. The report Eom cherished business which it a1- pared the Industrial Progress of ready has to More aggressive High Point during that period competing with other leading Industrial a to that or. Amos con i a be state. The compari son was not favourable to High decrease As l Effort the assured goal would not at the Albemarle meeting the Billies. This business clinic Serk re Quot uranus had at Nano in Nave Boen possible. He also j group of 60 went on record As i has been inaugurated. Hundreds thanked every member of the opposing Homestead exemptions of other Forward looking Ptogres-1 if1e report Campaign organization Aud sex and any other exemptions that pressed his pleasure in the Fine might increase local tax loads and spirit of co operation manifested the further diversion of local tax by the Enterprise and the Mem revenues to the state funds. Hers of the mfr staff. The la a they approved the establish Dies division Junior citizens j ment of a state county and City division under the leadership employees retirement fund. Of mrs. Jesse Washburn rams in Pat Haley Secretary of the for a rising vote of thanks for league of municipalities attend their successful part in the Cam gtd the meeting and recommended pain Effort. That the Highway department pro the statement was significant. Ute request by the inter state vide funds for the improvement Mong other reasons for the fact for the services of de of highways through cities. He hat the county chairman must of Ecret a it a a old the streets carry the major Oon recommend to the election a a by to Enka of the Burden of the state traffic and ,. I lamp located on t or. Marsh Quot is that these prospects having yet to be seen be approached and the goal will be or. Harris thanked in behalf of the Quot a a tors the Campaign director the excellent results attained under his leadership. Or. Marsh especially thanked Teni and county zoning the division leaders and j. J. Cor the meetings one of which will Rigan member of the executive i be held in High Point March 26, vision and w. P. Quot Bill Quot More Jar for the purpose of consolidate head major in the Industrial i j ing Aims of the group to be prevision without whose assistance rented at the 1941 session of the i eluded Quot so that High Point May j. By Way of enthusiastic untiring i general Assembly. Hake Stock of its assets and Lia Flo it and showed a at the Albemarle meeting the i Billies. This business clinic series re a pared Ltd a Pir tour tin of Tilv was fully and Thor me cities All Over the country j our a discussed by the entire have conducted or Are planning committee and the opinion was to conduct similar Community that the present time a thought Survey clinic Furrs a Chance for develop i tent of Industry and business in the following prominent High the Community. Point citizens will Erve As chair a a men of the various clinics. Clinic1 no. I. Tuesday morning 10 30 Carroll listed As of clocked Menderhall chair ii r i Del cd Man. Clinic no. 2. Tuesday after n. L. T. A. Jet Alstn noon 4 00 of clock w. B. Hall maid the appointment of election officials in the county. By Strong that the Highway should Bear the Cost. Department opening two weeks of the eight weeks session since the opening of Camp Elliott ii years ago. Horace Haworth. J. J. Corrigan. Anil t. V. Rochelle were named on a nominating committee to nominate officers for the next year. Central division elks association meets Here today Buffet dinner at elks Home tonight a amp located on the Bat Cave Highway out of old fort. A cd a inference at least. Or. Hoyle had i Quot moved or Hartley hard party mrm brr to that a it my Quot director Duran of the in would continue functioning As Tho county chairman following is a text of the Charry j t Dement ent of statement a the matter of the removal of i t. C. Hoyle. Ii s chairman if the democratic executive con nit tee of Guilford county and the Lection of or. F. L. Paschal in los place at a meeting held March ii i 94i�. Ii ii by tug t to no it tuntion. I have conferred in permit with or. Hoyle and a number in a a of Quot and like be la ave let a i i a one of i How who voted to make the change. The l a a a i to f ii i a me and upon i w a ii i Mike by de i Ion consuls of a Sci to d copy of the minutes a the meeting of the demo<ia4u High Point Elk were Host to Muf Cutie committee of Guilford Day to Lodge members from county held March 2. 1940, which Greensboro Fayetteville wining face i Hereof appear regular. Mon Salem and Durham a an ii ii <1 i eve Ca i Ila i 3 o use in her. Oil of m. Pm a me Mil Ltd it n. It n tilt committee of 52 Wert present rat division of the North carols person or by proxy and that Una elks association. 17 votes Wert cast in favor of a j in addition to the delegations Resolution to remove or Hoyle j from these lodges several High a Ort 22 votes were cast against officials of the association were a Urb Resolution. One person pres in attendance at the meeting. Int not voting and one person left p. C. Smith of High Point,1 bet the sheriff s office had been the meeting before voting. There a president of the state Assoc a unable to question him. From after. Or. F. L. Paschal was elect Tion. Presided at the session. H preliminary investigation he led chairman of the democratic sex open House was maintained at and he had Learned that the e Tivo committee upon a resold the elks Home on West Broad Young Man had recently deserted Tion which was adopted by 28 Street beginning at noon today from the army. Deputy Jones votes in favor thereof with no a Buffet dinner will he served Lone voting against him members and visiting elks this a since receiving the certified evening a program of a enter talk Eoj a it of such minutes i have been ment has been arranged for to furnished sworn affidavits from night. Persons who Are members of the tile local elks Lodge will hold democratic executive committee a Short meeting after which there of Guilford county stating that Wilt he a Short meeting for a they favored the adoption of the discussion of business coming be j a a Resolution and had so voted in per fore the state association parti Captain Sinclair has a on or by proxy and if by proxy Cul arly that business affecting Teui c. Bact Mcc that they ratified the action of the Central division of the Lodge. Hew 5 a. Post Hunt their proxy. A no evidence has been offered by those opposed to the Resolution of removal which Controvert the written evidence submitted to me. A i am of the opinion that the meeting was properly called and nearly All of the members of the executive committee participated therein and it is my duty As state chairman to recognize As county chairman the Choice of a majority chairman clinic no. 3. Wednes a it morning 10 30 o clock Horace Haworth. Chairman clinic no. 4. Wednesday afternoon 4 00 o clock j. E. Millis chairman clinic no. 5, thursday morning 10 30 o clock. G. E. Hutu amp ens. Chairman. Clinic no. 6. Thursday afternoon 4 00 of clock r. K. Young. Chairman. Clinic no. 7, Friday morning 10 30 of clock a has. F. Carrolljr chairman. Clinic no. 8. Friday afternoon 4 00 o clock. Mrs. M. J. Wrenn chairman. A final clinic meeting will be held on Frida evening at 7 30. Sofa w. Ii w Ana Rooney of the chairman for which will be or. J. W. Poole vice president of the Security National Bank and president of the chamber of Commerce. This final clinic will Lapenn schools Jamestown youth seriously Hurt Joseph Leonard \ i Tim of gunshot mind Joseph Leonard whose parents reside near Jamestown was in a critical condition at Burrus memorial Hospital today As a result of a gunshot wound which deputies sheriff said was Quot apparently be held for the Benefit of those self inflicted Quot ambulance attendants at Sechrest a funeral Home were sent to the Leonard Home near Oakdale last night at 10 30 o clock and. Arriving at the Home found the Young Man lying on the floor with a Bullet wound in the Chest. A .22-calibre Rifle was lying near the victim of the shot. Hospital physicians said today the Bullet penetrated the left lung and that Young Leonard was in a a serious Deputy sheriff l. G. Jones said leonards condition was such Charles f. Carroll. Jr., tend tit of High Point City is included among the speakers of the 36th annual convention of the North Carolina education association which meets tonight in a Letch. Mir fir Roll will report for the committee on constitutional amendments. Wilson opens defense on charge of slaying of Greensboro Boxer special to the Enterprise g Keensburg March 14. A the defense began introducing j evidence today shortly after noon i in the trial of Carl Wilson for the slaying of Charles Hilliard local Boxer in a roadhouse affray Jan j nary 7. States w it Nesses admitted on the stand that Hilliard had grab i cd Wilson by the Throat and Thio in him to the floor before the defendant stabbed Hilliard in the heart with a knife. It was also testified that persons with nil j hard adopted a menacing attitude toward Wilson and that All were under the influence of whiskey j legion birthday to be celebrated by High pointers party Friday i Jill at Blair Park jul House legionnaires and members of the auxiliary of Andrew Jack son Post no. 87 will celebrate the Twenty first birthday of the a Mer-1 Iran legion at a party a Blair Park clubhouse Friday night beginning at 7 30 p. In. Or. Sheppard of Guilford col lege will be guest speaker. Among the highlights of the program w ill he an oratorical j contest. High Points contestant i will be Joe Given coached by professor Sam Smith of the lot Al High school faculty. There will be three judges from High Point College and two from Guilford College. Richard Andrews of Curry High school will compete with or. Given the subject to be debated is a How the United states Constitution benefits America and its Victor Johnson of Pittsboro. State chairman of the oratorical contest and Amos Maynard Oft Greensboro. Eleventh District chairman will be present. Other important business of the local Post and its auxiliary will he handled. A report on the Post officers convention in Rocky mount will be submitted. A members of the legion and i of the auxiliary Are requested to attend the meeting. Refreshments will be served. Gibson and Yokley Grants jury trial by judge Macrae attackers of l. R. Clark re released i rider $2,000 Bonds each Byron Gibson and Arnold Yokley. Charged with a a gangsterism attack on l. R. Clark monday night were granted a jury trial by judge d. C. Macrae yesterday afternoon. Both men were released under Bonds of $2,500 each the prosecution staged a vigorous fight at a hearing yesterday morning to have the defendants held on charges of felony and bound Over to Superior court. Gibson 15. Of South main Street and Yokley 27, of 140$vfc North main Street Are charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill forcible trespass and damage to personal property. On the week end prior to the assault of Clark in his store both men were arrested on charges of violating the prohibition Law. Gibson and Yokley went into Clarks place just outside the City limits on North main Street monday night and drove All of the customers out barred the door Cut the Telephone wires and struck Clark several times. Yokley pressed a knife against the Back of Clarks neck saying a Elf you Bat an eyelash ill kill of Quot while stood with his hand in his pocket As though he had a gun saying that he would shout Clark if he resisted. Both Meu told their victim they had been planning the attack on Clark for two Days. The timely intervention of polite officers who heeded a radio Call walked any serious injury or perhaps death that might have been inflicted upon Clark officers stated. F chief Vav. G. Friddle termed the snack a an act of the Bond for Gibson was signed by Vav. R. Entre a and j. C. Henley. Or. And i s. J. R. Newton signed Yokley s Boud. Guth hams special to the Enterprise Greensboro March 14.j. H. Lambeth and his wife this morning recovered four hams and four a a middling stolen from his farm and later found in a wrecked car near Whitsett. The officers have not yet identified the owner of the car which was stolen Here nor the thieves of the Ham. Stork broken into special to the Enterprise Greensboro. March 14.a store belonging to Vav Hilt Pear Man on the Oak Ridge Stokesdale Road was broken into last night $5 in Cash five a Artons of cigarettes and some to Jacco the sheriffs department reported today. No arrests have men made. Sediment in the Radiator of an who. For ome reason or another automobile is heaviest immedi were unable to attend the one to lately after a Long trip. There which they were specifically in a a Ore that is the Best time to cited. I Drain the Radiator. Said it was his opinion that the wound was self inflicted. A brother of Leonard was in the House at the time. And Dis overing what had happened summoned the youth s parents who were at work at the Oakdale Cotton Mill. Mrs. Witcher Dies at Home route 4 funeral services Friday afternoon mrs. Priscilla Witcher 89, passer the executive committee of cd away at her Home High Point Guilford county. It is therefore i route 4, wednesday afternoon at Captain Mamie Sinclair. Salva a Tion army officer has arrived in High Point to assume the duties of assisting in the local army work. Captain Sinclair is a naj tire of Columbia s. A. And has been connected with the salvation army for several years hav. Tog received her commission for office ship from the training College at Atlanta a. The Captain will he stationed Here for an indefinite period. A ii id for infant care a a Tocklin easily a inst aptly adjustable �.0wy positions a i a a i Mir la 01 0 is r 0 m j11 la 6 Tom a to Iii Koh How Rose furniture co. ,248 Soith main phone 4882 a in rat Kofi Dic-4233-146 save my opinion that or. F. L. Paschal is at present the duly elected county chairman of the democratic executive committee of Guilford f automobile reported stolen Here wednesday b f. Littleton of Lexington a Miloye at Slane hosiery Mill reported to police Here late yesterday that his automobile which had been parked in front of the Mill on Mangum Avenue yesterday morning had been stolen. The car was a Ford coach. It was discovered missing shortly Titer 3 of clock yesterday. 5lon Mav i Ken Elon College March 14,�? a it a miss Edna Fitch of Burlington has been elected Elon College Klay Queen. 12 30 of clock after a Brief illness. She was born in Guilford county. April 26. 1850, a daughter of Abraham and Ollie Mendenhall i spoon and was married to Vav. M Witcher who preceded her in death he having passed away i april 17. 1933. Surviving Are throw sons her am Witcher. D. S. Witcher and Ollie Witcher four daughters i mrs. Mattie Carden. Mrs. D. W. Stroup mrs. Laura a. Hayworth j and mrs. Mary Hester All of High Point and Vicinity. She is also survived by a Nephew. John spoon and by 16 grandchildren and 4 5 great grandchildren. She was a member of the Hick i j Ory Chapel Wesleyan methodist Church. Funeral services will be j conducted from the Hickory j Chapel Wesleyan methodist i Church Friday afternoon at 2 30 i i o clock. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Church i cemetery. J. Flfo44, in Zofi fuel Anth a Westinghouse Range. And modern electric cooking with a westingh0u5e costs much less than you think i Don t envy the woman who docs her cooking electrically. Be one yourself get the fact about the new 1940 Westinghouse electric ranges with new Sty i Inge new features every one a bigger value than aver before you la be surprised How easily you can own one and How Little it costs to operate. Free installation in City. Small Down payment 24 months to pay balance. Rose furniture co. Phone la 243 South main Street Cinti Al mtg a utfn6 Sov Tion Post ten no Mono nine in no position portion to i emboss flt now showing Complete link of the famous Armstrong linoleum Vitt our showroom and ibis line Ami the wide variety of pattern and design. Also be the Sample room lain with thin linoleum showing you exactly How it will look when completed. Rose furniture co. Aid Holth main. Poh be rms a High Point us East main Siree a phone we in Asheboro Call Bill Givens a it Thomasville phone Nio Trinity Grange to hear state master tonight Harry b. Caldwell and alter to sgt i at Grange Barbecue Harry b Caldwell of Gracei Boro state master of g in resin be the principal speaker at Barbecue and meeting of to a Grange no. 794 tonight a at Hie Grange Hall. J. A Lambeth of Thomasville form United states congressman a also speak. Organized in 1932 by Vav it Scott who is now state com Ira jolted of a g lieu 11 ii in a to i r j Grange was headed by r. I Mendenhall and had 52 Chat members. Other Grange May i it have been j. S. White. Vav Meredith and j. C. Collett poem master who will preside tonight a meeting. The organization the a Grange organized in Bando county has grown steadily a now numbers 76, in april. 192 the group which had been me ing in the Trinity school to into its new Grange Hall. One the Granges instrumental in 1 curing a Home demons t rat agent for Randolph county to organization was also Influent in obtaining vocational agin u to a i instruction for Trinity i school. <�sn400vl�. Hoove workmanship in these Only 95 Hoover a a. A attached to a a try Hoover spacial a j Hoover guaranty tag assuring that the rebuilt cleaner you buy been reconstructed not by some known firm but by the great responsible Hoover company it _ old parts have been replaced by gel urn Hoover parts in choosing a r built cleaner be Aure to select a Hoe special. Guaranteed to give oni full year s efficient service. Hoover special Model 105 can bought ii Only 19 this month on j new style perfection Oil Range saves space my. I j e yes you can save space save labor and save Money with this truly Modem Oil Range. The fuel Reservoir to mounted Between the burners instead of at the end saving six inches in length without reducing cooking capacity a most desirable feature where Kitchen space is limited. The oven burners and a Sepa rate Reservoir that serves them Are mounted on a slide that draws out in front for easy lighting and can be lifted out and used with a folding stove i Frame available at Small additional1 Cost As a separate 2-Burner stove for Canning laundry or other purposes. It uni cd out it a a a Warf Idra. Ukr Al trades Al to wast m your eld Tov Rose furniture company 243 s main St. Phone 433 High Point 38 e. Main Street phone 91 Thomasville in Asheboro Call Bill give phone 576

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