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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page eight Sec. Bite Hatch Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina thursday March 16, 193 capital Short shots by Henry a i la avd Man is but Enterprise Bureau. Sir Walter hotel Raleigh. March 16. A first honorary Page to make a speech upon being so named in the House at this session was Little Tom Greer son of the gentlemen from Watauga. The Tot whose diction was t All that it might have been listed a a in a a Democrat born a and a Democrat bred a and when i die a a in la be a Democrat at the other end of the age scale the House extended All its courtesies to Gibson James who sat in the legislature with Rowan s Pete Murphy no less than 4 2 years ago. James is from Pender. Give your family the Best use la a refrigeration see oar Beautiful i be refrigerator a it and term will Surprise too Central ice delivery company 512 West Broad Street phone 507 Murphy pointed out that they then were members of a democratic minority. Incidentally Pete is the Only Democrat in the legislature who Ever was a minority member something which perhaps for his sturdy defense of the right of the present minority republicans to represent their counties with All the rights privileges Etc. Of other House members. Victor Bryant walked out toward the door of the House stepped inside and near it for a moment. A the chair takes great pleasure in extending the courtesies of the Lih Bies to or. Bryant the distinguished member from Durham a a cracked speaker Libby Ward. The North Carolina is a bicameral legislature but it lacks a whale of a lot being a bipartisan one. There Are a few republicans in its membership six in the House and two in the sen ate. But when the 162 democrats gang up on them they had just As Well be at Home. Monday night senator tories pleaded with the Senate to kill a House Bill which put Wilkes county in a category by itself for election of welfare superintendent. Far Western democrats saw a Chance to get even with republicans for past injuries and insults and the pleadings were ignored. Now Wilkes is the Only be of the you can get More shoe repairing for your Money Tup us Shin shop Btl Ihm we own our shop no High rents own machinery pay no royalties. Buy materials in Large quantities for a discount. City shoe shop comm or Cen opposite Security Bank by Sci. A phone 2090 n of n a for i 1090 i one Hundred counties in which the welfare superintendent is elected Only by the Board of Public welfare. Chances Are pretty Good that the Wilkes superintendent will continue to be a Democrat. Another evidence of the bicameral nature of the general Assembly came in debate Over the Revenue Bill when certain senators voiced alarm at the Way the House of representatives was boosting appropriations. Senator Tom Long Wasny to ready to vote on third Reading of the Bill unless finance chairman Pat Taylor would say that he As chairman of the committee was satisfied it would balance the budget. Senator Taylor fidgeted a Little and tried to avoid a direct answer. Hut senator in my insisted. Then president Horton interposed the ohs vation that the action reported from the House was certainly indicative of the trend of legislative sentiment but he reminded the senators hat one Branch of the Assembly was not hound by any action in the other. Or. Horton further suggested that if necessary a supplementary Revenue Bill could be passed later. With that observation both senator Taylor and Long expressed satisfaction and the 1939 Revenue act passed its third Reading in the Senate. Conversation overheard at a lunch counter in a capital City All night cafe during the wee Small hours of tuesday morning Between John Fernando White of Chowan and Frank Mcneill of Robeson members of the House of representatives both of whom sport nifty Little hirsute adornments of the upper lip. Both said adornments Are inclined to Ward the red Side. A if i grow anything but a red Mustache i w Ould shave every morning a a remarked one of the gentlemen. A and if i produce a red one i have any a a came Back the other. Thus was compromised one of the major legislative problems of the session. Some weeks ago senators were predicting that the total number of Bills introduced in the Senate this session might reach 200. Monday night senator Rodman of Beaufort county introduced Senate Hill no. 300�?a local measure dealing with the recorders court at Belhaven. Movie scrapbooks u needs men new Hanover a senator Emmett Bellamy reminds observers of stories and picture s of old time legislators Hack in the Days of Thomas Jefferson and the Randolph and others of the courtly and leisurely Southern gentlemen. Always deliberate always patient and courteous. Bellamy at times puts considerable Force into his senatorial speeches. He did when pleading for exemption of state Hanks and building and loan associations from what he termed discriminatory taxation. A it was North Carolina against the foreigners a said the senator after both amendments which he sponsored had been adopted. The new hanoverian emerged As the outstanding Champion of the Home owned institutions. Or itched to do Ith Concord. March i <5�? up a a ii Drey Whitley 24, a sate Highway employee was crushed to death yesterday when an eight foot Bank at the Roadside caved in. Started Sifi Ging care Seq a 4��appcaeo in Mart us. Shows and in set clubs 3bube0 in a Porzl uus a Richmond va., March 16.-�? to a athletic director Richard Smith of Washington and Lee University told the local alumni chapter last night of w. Amp l. Is to compete with other Southern conference schools a a we la have to fight them with their own Medicine go in for subsidization. The University a future athletic policy he said will be decided at a meeting in Lexington next month of the Hoard of trustees and three representatives each from the faculty student body and alumni. A we cannot compete with other Southern conference schools under our present athletic set up a added the athletic head. A it Isnit fair to our coaches to expect their teams to win Bill games with the material which they have to work with xxx. A Why he had Only seven boys Handy useful Garden tools 5c each enamelled it Fol tools Holer m trowel cultivator. Dipper and Fork. Regular it. 35 la composition roofing 95c Reg. 11.19 we pure Asphalt coated rooting. Nails and Cement included. Covers too so. It. You la raise a bumper crop of savings with Sears i Garden tools Reg. Vire a he Sale ends saturday hurry get your car ready Tor summer driving regular Fleet tested Allstate and save others up to Spidi not Fork Light but Strong. He nah Ash handle. Round Point shovel steel Blade Tang Ash handle. Fulton Spade extra Strong. High Carbon steel Blade. Garden r of. How head 14 Teeth. 5 foot Ash handle. Hoe Inch polished Blade. 4 it. Ash handle $1.89 buy on Sears easy payment plan off guaranteed 18 months Lier a n big double value. An in Mon ii guarantee and a 2a% discount off regular i of list lories at these Low prices you ran t afford to risk your safety by Riding on worn sink tires. Genuine Bamboo Rake t in re by it in this Fine Quality Rake wont injure your Lawn because it Fine Bamboo. 33 Teeth Are securely bound and fastened to 4 it. Bamboo handle. Exceptionally Fine value Cross country motor Oil quart in tour crankcase or Container la i pure Pennsylvania. Keep your motor sealed in Oil. To it. Container >1 34 Cross country spark plugs Reg. 42c guaranteed i too Miles try a set of Cross country plugs and watch sour car take on new life and Pep. Saves Gas. Saye on these curtain Stretcher Reg 1139 folding. Easel Type adjustable from s to 8 feet. Cloths hamper sturdy splint Ham a per with hinged Reg. 98c cover. Kitchen can step on Type enam-11 Al can. Has ? it. Reg. 59c removable insert. 20-Gal. Ash can m heavy galvanized. I in Strong Side hut a la Dies. Snug fitting Reg. $1.59 cover. 10-qt. Gale. Pails i my Lea proof rust or 1/ c dating. Hot dipped Reg. 25c galvanized y models for boys and girls Elgin bicycles $25.00 value guaranteed to rms on in 0.00 or Mork sturdy won t wobble ironing Board $3 Down $3 month double bar beauties that every boy and girl will want to own. Feature Worth Many dollars More than the Low Sale Price. Rig balloon tires with inner tube. Girls Model in solid Blue. Boy in solid red. Others up to $34.95 pocket watch 77c Keg. $1 of guaranteed Ingraham movement. Sickle plated ase. Has unbreakable Crystal. Cast Iron cooking Ware 89c Keg $1 19 1z�?T�?Tx48�?� seasoned Wood top. Pondo Rossa Pine. Sturdily constructed. Folds easily. Kath Reg. $1.29 values your Choice of 319-323 North main St. Phones 3435-3436 \ is Violi pm and Pla Oeaze cae <o4ollyioo0 plans basketball and football amp can nov.4 l9l7e by Bill Porter and Okoro k Sua it to Bob Breen will no longer be known As Bobbie. The studio is toughening him up. Has had his curls Cut. He Camp to Hollywood with his sister in april 1935. Assigned by sol lesser who heard him sing an aria from a a kilo Letton. Sings in French italian Spanish As Well As English. Received a Black Eye recently in a fight with a boy who called him a Sissy. Was first string halfback on his. School Yoo Thall squad. Praises Hospital at Thomasville the Enterprise Rte rent 8 Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville. March 16.-�?l. H. Chadborn of Michigan who has been acting As superintendent of the City memorial Hospital for the past week today lauded the services of the Duk endowed Hospital. Pointing out that the Hospital had been filled to capacity since his arrival Here Chadborn Prais cd the efficiency of the staff and to id that a Thomasville has a very Nice Chadborn has been serving in the capacity of superintendent since r. H. Graham of the Duke endowment was called to other duties last thursday. Chao Bomi is with the Kellogg foundation of Battle Creek mich., and is now in the South studying Hospital administration in the smaller hospitals in collaboration with the Duke endowment. He is a graduate of the Hospital administration course in Chicago and has recently been associated with the Winnipeg general Hospital in Winnipeg Canada and with Tho Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre a. H. L. Goodloe who is the regular superintend it of the City memorial Hospital is rapidly recovering from a serious attack of pneumonia which he suffered Over a month ago. He was taken to his Home w wednesday night and is j expected to resume his Dutie in i the Early part of april. Amateurs professionals Battle sunday at Pinehurst Pinehurst March 16 to it a amateurs of this Vicinity will j pair with leading professionals of the country Here sunday in an Amateur professional Hest Ball Golf event. The professionals will he Early arrivals for the North a South open. Chicago produce Chicago. March 16 a Ltd it a i butter 698,296, steady prices in i changed. Eggs 21,923, steady i prices unit hanged. Sprinkle gasoline ervice from Export saves serves satisfies tax Ipi per paid 1o2c Gillom Sprinkle service station 1308 n. Main St. , Staley so doctors of optometry eyes examined by the Lext scientific methods and All the Quot a latest style glasses fitted. J 40 years of practice in a Quot High Point 403-404 Security 5 Bank bldg. J High Point n. C. Hajj Al to meet opponents on our football team with full scholarships last year and they had to maintain cd rating to hold the or. Morrison Hutcheson member of the Board of trustees who attended the meeting asked the alumni to write their suggestion to the Board. A Awre have no idea of opening the Gates to any boy just because he is a football player but we will consider every phase of the reunion Louisville by. A responding to a Knock at the door William t. Doyle 6 4, a distillery employee thought he saw a ghost when he admitted his brother Robert p. Doyle 61. A i came Back to see if you were dead a said the brother. The two Brothers each believing the other dead had not met j for 39 years. To hum Ottawa Kas a nobody seems to care much about the coming City election. No candidates except the incumbents have qualified for the primaries and not a single voter has registered. 4 building mum if of. Can help you i funds Are available for Home build a ing. See us now for particulars. I Atlantic building amp i loan association p Security Hank bldg. Phone 2361 Madam Ardelle Phreno Logist life Reader. Gives advise and help on All affairs of life in business love or trouble. Special Crystal readings All this month. House no. 2000 n. Main St. Just at City limits. 314 s. Main Street across from Post office strictly fresh eggs Carton ii dozen i o 2 l Golden blend double fresh Coffee 2 pounds 29c ground As you like it double fresh bread 2 pull.-1 r loaves a Vej v colonial evaporated milk 5 is 29c free parking space Fesh Jai or car p0du be rots. Sch cd Rome a Jiffies i lbs. Kalb sea Nib sibs. F,0/"en if or i Doz. Cly of Beer a hearts be tvs. La. Triangle pure Creamery butter i la. Rolla 25 Tibo Pound 27 Del Monte Libby. Dolt sliced or crushed pineapple 2 i 25c grape nut flakes 2 pkg lit dromedary Grapefruit juice 47-oz. Can 17c Domestic sardines 2 cans 9c sugar Ripe prunes my. I 9 pkg. I my Southern Manor White or yellow Corn 3 cd a 2e5c Maxwell House Coffee can 25c Corn or Beans Standard brands. 4 cans Quot 25c delicious for pies pumpkin 9c no. 2 4 can colonial sliced or halve new pack Southern Manor 2&Quot 2 it 2 no. 24 no. 2 an no. 2 Ann Phillips 8-0/ an Light meat 2. No. 4 peaches tomatoes pineapple herring Roe tuna fish veg Eto leu Quot 36c 8�?o Mayonnaise shrimp cod fish la. N. Salad treat pint Jar Dunbar wet or dry pack no. I can Gordon ready to Fry Loo t an 25c lie 25c 5c 25c 72c 19c i utile selected meats armoury a Star steer reef armoury Star it Quot enter it uis sugar 4 a tired Roll roast lh�?27c a Chuck roast la 19c pork roast lb.17c picnic lean lb.15c a do. Chip beef,.ioc White fat meat 4 lbs.29c Smithfield sausage lb21c fresh Roe Shad fish lb.55c genuine Long Island Duck la 17c fryers Home killed lb25c Complete selection of sea foods

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