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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sunday Marroli 17, 1940the High Puent Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry wig to Puent inuit h Gaul in \ Page seven Germany on better terms with Italy after conference Reich gains five fold benefits from von Ribbentrop a visit to Rome by Louis p. Lochner Berlin March 16.�? a5 a five fold dividends have accrued to nazi Germany through the recent visit to Rome of foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop the Best informed observers said tonight. They Are a 1 a Italy Aud Germany Drew j German eyes the Road is open to closer together than Ever. Better russian italian commercial 2 a All around appeasement Reja Long of the Balkans seems assured. I Spain according to advices refs a foundations have i delved Here was torn Between Laid for italian soviet rap Proa ii j grate to be for German help Dur ment. 4 a von Ribbentrop s talk with Pope Pius Xii evoked the most favourable reaction in Neutral Spain. A a the German foreign minister was Able to give Benito mus Golini some last minute German messages for Sumner Welles president Roosevelt a super reporter. Buttonhole any official these Days and he will Tell you mysteriously that next week will see the world startled by an event that will indubitably show that Italy is on Germany Side in every Way save actually going to War. Giesing proposition _ _. Jnet what that event May be Ann j Helm Traase that German diploma what Italy May have in mind to Acy kept several final Points up help her Axis partner is anybody s i Fig Greeve l0 hand to Sumner guess. Even those who obviously be Jeg after he had been on the know say they Are sworn to Bec jellied Side of the War. Recy a a a Annotto. When von Roll it Bentrop depart As regards a j p j for Rome informed sources Niento Bot h in s. In re von generally took it for granted that been working 0 he would through the Mouth of Ribbentrop a Ani a Mussolini have a parting Mes formed sources say a. I for the american fact finder. Germany obtained a russian ,.hflnkp in he european Promise not to make any claims in rumanian Bessarabia while Italy pressed upon Hungary not to insist just now on having Transylvania another big rumanian province. Instead. Rumania is being org sea warfare xxv a if tag the Spanish civil War and regret that relations Between Germany and the holy see left much to be desired. Von Ribbentrop. It is known asked on his own initiative with Adolf hitlers approval for an audience with the holy father. This gesture and the fact that the Pope and the German statesman had a Long talk appear to have made a deep impression on Spain As far As can be judged Here and German Spanish Friendship received a new fillip thereby. Moreover any Spanish claims to Gibraltar will meet the fullest support in Germany. Covered Elna ii Points it is an open secret in the we v v 4 4 ii. % a picture wrought by the russian finnish peace alone is said to have made some of Welles notes on the get Man attitude obsolete. Therefore von Ribbentrop a journey to Rome right ahead of Welles final visit seemed decided to conclude non aggression opportune. Pacts with the soviet Union and with Hungary. I High sources in it. Rumania however have said that German conditions for economic j it p la c la c monopolies and induction of a la i Vav no of pro nazi Iron gut dist into the rumanian Cabinet which accompanied the German Security scheme for Rumania were inscrutable. Roth would profit that both Germany and Italy would profit by appeasement in the Balkans is obvious just As it is True conversely that trouble beginning in any Section of the Balkans might mean a general conflagration for Southeastern Europe. For this reason German and italian diplomacy also seems directed at least neutralising Brit coloured people hit Iai service at it. H irk Chi full school the St. Mark Church school special features committee of which c. E. Curry is chairman will present in. Gray As speaker of the Church school Assembly this morning. The morning Star quartet will Render music for the Assembly. A quartet of pretty Spring i chooses three of them a outer a j the a guff Biretta with Jersey is called a emr. Coachman a one lion is extended to Hie Public j to he present. J the . A will meet monday evening at 7 30 o Cloi k. This meeting will be held to fake the it place of the regular meeting that it was postponed last monday. John Mcclain Post ins to meet John Mcclain Post 146. Amer a j lean legion will meet in Wil a Ham Penn High school cafeteria j wednesday evening at 8 of clock j All members Are urged to be present. A ladies Aid three to give Tea ladies Aid Circle three of St. Mark methodist Church will give j a St. Patrick a Tea at the Home of mrs. Maggie Crutchfield on it Alder Street this afternoon at 4o clock. A photos Courtesy g How Ard Hodge bonnets. Ann Rutherford a metro Goldwyn Mayer Starlet deep Pink turban of imported silk Straw braid upper right drape upper left the Bow Sailor of Mantilla braid. Lower left of Springs smartest suit hats. The speaker afternoon Servile at 3 of clock at which time members of the Junior Church assisted by various quartets of the City will give a program. Also a Sermon will he delivered at this hour. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 80 p.m., followed by a service to be conducted by the new Zion quartet of Greensboro. St. Stephen Steward Board meets the Steward Hoard of St. Stephen . K Zion Church met at the Home of Thomas Flowers on Normal Street monday evening. Following the business session the Host served Ash French influence in Turkey j air St Baptist cantata in any discussion with responsible germans these Days two Stock phrases recur which Epi Tom is the situation the first a a peace in the the second. A a Rumania should keep on producing Quot a meaning especially of and Grain. So with the russian assurances of non aggression with regard to Rumania in his pocket von Ribbentrop was Able to Point out to Mussolini that conclusion of the Russo finnish War Marks in end to the principal source of irritation Between Italy and Russia according to Well informed Berlin political circles. It is recognized Here that the italian people definitely sympathized with the finns. To have tried to intensify Trade relations Between Italy and soviet Russia luring the Northern conflict to re a Skint eternal the choir of the first Baptist Church under the direction of o. A Simmons will Render the easter cantata a the King eternal a on easter sunday evening at 7 of clock. This will make the third successive year that this Beautiful composition on the crucifixion whose text is by Herman von beige and music by Ila r. Wilson has been presented by the first Baptist it Hoir. Beacon Light choral la it to Rehka Ilse the Beacon Light choral Chih will rehearse at the first Baptist Church this afternoon at 3 of clock. A William Penn . A. To Gie St. Patrick a Tea i the William Penn Parent i teacher association will give a would have been extremely in St. Patrick s Tea in the school popular. I cafeteria this afternoon from 4 now however As seen through to 6 o clock. A cordial in Vita methodist Voith Union unit presents play the South main Street methodist Church unit of the High Point i Young people s methodist a Union presented an interesting play entitled a a youth and the living Church at Brooks memorial methodist Church thursday evening. Miss Nickle Thayer portrayed the role of other i characters were Young men who represented Paul. Thomas fran i res John Wesley and a japanese Christian. Music \ As rendered by a quartet from the South main Street methodist Church. Following the play the victors were entertained at the Brooks memorial Parish House. The committee in charge of the program was composed of or. Edna Jett. Mrs. O. S. Thompson. Miss Ernestine Reid and Rev. R. C. Sharpe pastor. Friendship Baptist it Mircik news today s services at Friendship Baptist Church will be As follows sunday school at 9 45 . Morning worship at la o clock with Rev. It j. Taylor As tempting repast. The next meeting will Law held at the Home of David Miller. Washington Terrace on monday. April 8. Joint birthday party mrs. Hattie c. Fowler and l. Vav. Strong jointly celebrated their birthday at the Strong residence 120,1 Kivett drive thursday sex ening. La it. La Point red sox to or at to e the High Point red sox baseball club will practice on the bail Field of the municipal coloured Ark monday afternoon beginning at 4 of clock. The prac tire that was scheduled for last monday was not held due to the of Titer conditions. Soth Century it Lur to meet thursday the 20th Century club will hold its weekly meeting at the William Penn Branch of the Public Library thursday evening March 21. At 8 o clock. The president is urging All members of the senior and Junior groups to be present. An invitation is also extended to Young men and boys of Good character who Are desirous of joining either of the groups. The officers of the club for i 1940 Are As follows Guy Lee Mattall president Russell Wei born vice president Robert l. Haywood jr., Secretary Clifford j Crowe assistant Secretary Clarence Stricklin financial Secretary Phillip Mccall treasurer Roy. Chavis business manager Harry Caldwell reporter. A person \ l1 miss Theresa Saunders daughter of or. And mrs Norman h. Saunders of Normal Street has gone to Washington i. A. To enter the Apex Beauty College. Or. J. A. Martin local physician who has been a patient at Burins memorial Hospital for a fortnight is improving nicely. A a a. Card of thanks we wish to express thanks to our Many friends for kind sex Pescion of sympathy and for the Beautiful Floral tributes Given during the illness and passing of father and Grandfather. Signed or. And mrs. J. A. Martin. Or. And mrs. James Ingram miss Marian Martin. L Umeh i four to give fashion show ladies Aid Circle be. Four of St. Mark methodist Church will give a fashion show at the Church on easter monday evening at 8 o clock. Plans for the show were Laid at a meeting of the Circle held at the Home of mrs. Mag Gle Meyers on East Road Street tuesday evening. The president i ref hero s life May be filmed a sergeant c. York left a hero of the Aff a discusses with pre Jesse l. La Iky at Nashville tent., the proposed motion piety to he based on York a life and exploits. York has turned Dot previous St ape lecture and movie contracts totalling Hall million dollars hut Leaky announced that arrangements Hadj most been completed. Mrs. J. Vav. Carter announced that either members or friends interested in taking a part in the show May Register by telephoning 44374. The members of the Circle on this week s sick list Are mrs. Pattie Pike on Lee Street and or. Zeigler on West Street. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a refreshing repast to the following mesdames Estelle Carter Estella Nelson Hattie ii Aeh Betty Evans and Daisy Tribble. Miss edition la Torrence and j. Vav. Carter a visitor. Tired by 5 of clock maybe your old stove is a slave Driver 4i,i i111 Parent magazines Young alarmed by the loss of 22. I a. Hip attire the War Bunn. Nether a 1 hav a Quot is Quot Quot 111 till Rory do a lands naval officials gave ship-1 in sister s jacket features Tho new Knapsack pockets. Big owners a new North sea route Little Sisters socks Are dyed Young Blue to match. To England and advised vessels a a a to remain in harbours until they had investigated reports of new danger zones. The week s tonnage loss stood at 52.846 plus sending the total for the War to Date to at least i 599,942 tons. At least. 173 ships have been sunk and 3,735 persons killed or drowned. England suffered her first Nav Ai losses since flt b. 2 4 w lie n til wb�3i4l a a trawlers Peridot and Maida struck mines in the North sea. Three new Homes authorized Here permits for Meek fall for construction fat in Ted at $8.316 activities in the office of the City building inspector during the past week included the issuance of permits for the erection of three new Homes a total of 19 permits were issued calling for an estimated expenditure of $8,-146. The following permits were a sued for new residences Jack Vav. My Mabon five room Frame on Avery Street Between Lindsay and Boulevard $2,80 1 garage. $100. Delk and Younts five room Frame. East Green Between this sell and Pershing. $1,800. It. D. Lee. Four room Frame on Fisher Street Between Waldo and the end of the Street garage $125. Other permits issued during the week were miss Essie Benn. A roof residence 4 19 Cable Street $91, Clarence Beeson general repairs to residence 906 Dayton Street $400. A. G. Payne paint and re roof residence. 1106 Blain Street. $250. Home owners loan corporation. Repairs to residence 707 Leonard Street $125 p. P. Conrad remodel and paint store building 429 Tate Street $100. I. H. Hayworth repair paint and re roof residence 2303 English Street $400. J. S Hall general repairs to residence. Baptist Street Between Perry and Hobson Street $100. A n. Johnson fire repairs to residence. 804 East Green Street $125. Mendon Hall Tho Upson re roof two residences 516 Carter Street and 828 East Lexington Avenue $320. Carl Bouldin re roof residence 502 Denny Street $190. A Hall repair porch 521 Cable Street $20. V. L. Young repair and re roof residence. Jefferson Avenue. $100. La a magic chef Gas Range free Voo from Kitchen Drudgery they Tell us to Greet our husbands with smiling faces and clean dresses when they come Home to dinner. Fine but How can we do it when we re worn to a frazzle getting three meals a Day fussing Over a Smoky old stove full of smudge and dirt. You la be surprised what a new magic chef Gas Range can do for your looks and disposition. You la sparkle at dinner whether its just the family or important guests. Magic chef really does work like magic. The High Speed oven bakes things evenly on All sides heat held just right by the red wheel oven regulator. Top burners Light at Finger touch adjust from hot sizzle to tiny simmer. And done to fail to see the amazing swing out broiler that takes the stoop out of broiling. Easy to keep spic Span clean inside and out. Trade in that old Job for a gleaming new magic chef be sure to see magic chef Gas ranges right away. You la discover Why More women in America Cook on magic chef than on any other Range. And Why most women choose Gas the Quick clean economical fuel. Federal Espi Oyent rises due to armaments program Washington March 16 up addition of 33.000 workers because of the defense armaments program caused a Rise of 12,000 Federal employment during the second half of 1 939. Despite Sharp declines in the agriculture department of Federal works Agency Rolls. Reporting this today the civil service commission said that there were 93 2.305 employees in the executive Branch of the government on december 31. A level approached Only during Tho War period. Government employment had reached a Peak of 91 7,760, when the armistice was signed. Lifetime Burner guarantee All magic chef burners Are guaranteed for the life of the Range. Magic chef prices Range from $56.50 and up Model shown is $149.50 Duke Power co office Houda j a 80 a. A to 8 p. M. Aaa am main surf Jet Phov 3700 Snow fails while Irish Parade Down fifth Avenue new York March 16.�? up a the Irish marched tip fifth ave Nile today in one of the dam pest St. Patrick s Day parades in the City s history. Fair weather traditionally associated with the Celebration failed the Irish Aud they moved through a swirling Snow that ob-1 Aru red the tall towers of the Broad Avenue and thinned the crowds of spectators after the first two hours. John j. Sheahan chairman of the Parade committee estimated in Advance that 75,000 would March but the number was fatness. A Chalk is almost entirely composed of the skeletons of animals. A in Venice a Gondola is More valuable before it is painted sine buyers Are suspicious of knots in one that is painted. A. A native africans in Dahomey a French Colony twist their Finger Knuckles until they Crick upon greeting a Friend. Monday v aides shop at Penney a and save tomorrow Well soil a big new shipment of 87�?� x 108�?� thick tufted Candlewick spreads 1.00 a Beautiful a globs a go Krol Melv tufted a Doi blk bad Bize save on this monday value special value for tomorrows Selling Towel ends i or a Large size a extra thick a Bright colors Short lengths printed Rayons a Beautiful colors a new patterns a spun Rayons and crepes monday is remnant Day at Penne dont miss this feature value silk Hose 29c a pure silk Chiffon a seamless a new Spring shades pm moneys j. 0. Penney co., inc0rf0rted

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