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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 14, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Fan arraigned for fatal voting of retired official Uncle Ray s Corner Oli amed Sinh declares or Only meant protest Ndon March 14.�?f/p a a a old British Indian Engi Mohamed Singh Azad was Ned today in heavily guard-3ow Street court charged the assassination of sir Mio Dwyer a retired Indian Nis Trator. E Stocky defendant smiled As Tive inspector Swain Testi that Azad after the killing night at Coxton Halil had did not mean to kill him i just did it to i the prisoner was remanded in custody for a week after he waived questioning the officer. Overshadows War news the assassination overshadowed War news on London a frontages and evoked in one editorial a hint that it might Start san a outbreak of Indian terrorism l in great. the daily Telegraph indirectly 1 blamed the Indian nationalist i Leader. Mohandas k. Gandhi for i the gunfire that broke up a meeting of the East Indian association killed of Dwyer and wounded two others. Most newspapers however regarded the shooting As an isolated incident. Assassin cavort the Assassin was overpowered by police before he could escape from the Hall w Hen he tired four j pistol shots after o Dwyer Fin j. A up i i i i in i /\1 is Herl a speech of reminiscences 112 11311 i old loto Ildo i blk Sut Jolt one Bullet grazed lord zet j land Secretary of state for India. A among the men whom the Span others struck the arms of sir Jar Jug with Coronado met was an Louis Dane and lord Lamington both former British administrators of Indian provinces. Of Dwyer once called Gandhi Indian who was Given the nickname of it was said he a looked like a for a time Turk was popular j Yaj i it t nut u a a. A Vav. A the biggest imposter that Ever j with the explorers and there was fooled the credulity of a people or frightened a cowardly a special reason for this he told them what they wanted to hear. He spoke of a land to the North where they could find Gold. A spaniard left us this a it count of what he said a a Turk Quot Aid that in Lins country there was a River two leagues joins Horton staff Raleigh mar. 14.�?lb�?j a. Lon Bolich jr., of Winston Salem has joined the Campaign wide in which there were fish As staff of . W. In Horton big As horses. He said that lug democratic candidate for Gover boats were u�h1 in the River nor bom with More than 20 rowers dress. Up your Horne t during Hendrix s great Money saving one thin dime delivers one of these Felt base rugs to your Home k. I terms on Bala n c e i 9 x 12 Gold 9 x 12 Crescent Seal Seal 7.95 995 special 4-piece Walnut finish. Bed room suites truly a Beautiful suite at a sensationally Low Price a triple Mirror vanity a Chest a bed a vanity re a everyday i $49.95 i i seller a it i i Beautiful 36-piece set of Rainbow color dishes that sell for $5.95 with each Purchase of a breakfast room suite inner Spring mattress slightly shop worn in 50 easy terms one slightly e used c led room suite 49.5 t easy 9 terms 5-Burner used perfection Oil stove Sec Essl cheap jul detachable oven c of a 1 i9.5 \ easy j terms easy terms easy unfriendly fur Nii ure store terms 147 149 South Wrenn Street phone 4959 ail Indian of the Plain. See How he a trained lock of hair to look like Buffalo Horn. J on each Side and that they ear it ried sail Ami on the prow a a great Golden Eagle. A the said also that the lord of that country took ids afternoon Nap under a great tree on which there were Golden Bidi which put him to sleep a they swung in the by this time you perhaps have guessed the truth about Turk. He told one falsehood after another. The tales of the Indian led Coronado northward he crossed great stretches of Prairie Laud and several Rivers. It seems almost certain that he entered and i explored a Large Section of the present state of Kansas. I along the Way he saw thoth Sands of buffaloes and visited a i number of Indian villages. He and his comrades were the first i White men to meet and talk with indians of the Plains. In a letter to the Spanish King. Coronado wrote i a after nine Days March i Reallie it some Plain. They were so vast that i did not find their limit anywhere that i went j though i travelled Over them for More than 800 league a inuit tso mile a i found so Many Row that is Bison that it i not to Ihle to number them. While i was going through the a Plain there a i not m single Day that i lost sight i of them. A after 17 Days num la i came to a Village of the Quoit to in i Diane. They travel around with the cow. They do not Plant Amy Cro a a hut eat the flesh of the con they kill. They tan the a info the cow and use the skin in making i for history Section of your 1 scrapbook if you want a free copy of the illustrated leaflet a your body at work a Send me a or stamped return envelope in care of this newspaper. Uncle Ray. Tomorrow Straw House Village Mcdonald May oppose Erwin fifty fifty Linnet that he Trenion director May seek of duration Post by Honky Averill Kate Proe Bureau sir waiter hotel j Raleigh. March 14. Theres a fifty fifty Chaute that or. Ralph Vav. Mcdonald will run for superintendent of Public instruction against incumbent Clyde a. Erwin. Tremendous pressure is being brought to hear on the in no varsity of North Carolina Extension director and at the time this piece was written there were Strong indication that the Issue to run or not to run was being seriously almost prayerfully considered by the Stormy petrel of North Carolina politics whose candidacy for governor four years ago threw the state into an uproar such As it rarely knows in its political campaigns. Tkach Ehmu is Pimmit the pressure is being applied principally by the school room teachers of North Carolina through their leaders but a Mcdonald candidacy for the education Post would be More acceptable to a Large group of hardheaded business men who were unyielding opponents for the governors chair. Mcdonald was in Raleigh wednesday Ami he was pictured to your Raleigh reporter As being torn Between a natural ambition to try for the highest educational Post in the state and a Strong personal disinclination to making the race in View of the Long illness which followed Iii gubernatorial Campaign of 1931. Hoi in info Enck there is every reason to believe that the convention of the North Carolina education association. A High opens Here today will definitely make a the Mcdonald mind on the matter of again entering the political Arena. Of it becomes apparent to him thai lie is the overwhelming Choice of the school people and if he can be convinced he will win then his filing fee Wilt be paid before the deadline saturday evening. Soon to be constructed on i Ake Washington at Seattle wash., is a Bridge that will Rise and fall with the water level. The Bridge will be 7suo feet Long and have accommodations for four lanes of traffic and two sidewalk. 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Its 25. # 15� 18 19c 57c tender int carrots Temh Green spinach Freh Green turnip salad fresh tender collards Large size iceberg lettuce Large full of Viny coconuts 2 aches. .7c 2 lbs 13c 2 lbs. .13c lb.5c head 8c each .5c Large snowball cauliflower head .19c no. I York apples to pounds. 27c fancy hot House rhubarb Pound. 12fc old Stream Pink Salmon 2 tall cans .27c Pinto treat Northern or Small Lima Beans Pound 5c Standard Corn or string Beans 4 no. 2 cans. 25c Freak eggs 2 doz.39c i med pkg. Lux flakes.17c lifebuoy soap 4 bars.25c _ Lux toilet g i soap 4 bars.25c giant Bara of soap 3 giant hrs. 10c vap 46-0. Pineapple juice.21c Standard tomatoes. 4 cans 23c Fig bars 2 la. Pkg. 25c Quaker Oats Anil. Pkg Eva. Milk a a peaches sparkle whee House sliced or halves Ann Page Gelatin dessert 4 2 3 tall cans no 3<e cans pkg. Morton a Salt 2 pkg. Mello wheat Spaghetti in Page age pkg. Ann Pate prepared 4 is. Of. Cans 8 25 27 10 13 17 25 it

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