High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 21 1939, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pagh tax Elye til ii High Poust Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point nor Iti Carolina tue Mlay min Cli 21, lays loser of major Hydro project marches to realization award contracts deferred retirement Bill to be discussed by City employees state heaths discussion to he hold at it it hid tonight resolutions adopted i a construction of the dam spillway crop title Federal License j and Power House and Purchase and installation of generators and an Extension of time for these awards was granted. Just prior to voting on the amendatory Bond Resolution Everett Marsh local manufacturer and a Leader of opposition to the project informed Hie Council that in Case it Felt it had no alternative he had received a Telegram from k. C. Marshall of Charlotte vice president of the Duke Power providing for Rex Chile Bond issuance Aud establishing Rales Hilt Point s hydroelectric i Ojei to had lumbered n few lops nearer realization today ii a i i i a ii i i in o ii Hill Quot out parts for the it a i a l quoth in which were opened last reek have not yet been award a. Motion in divorce action is denied hearing in or. Woodruff divorce ase special to the Enterprise Greensboro March 21. Judge h. Hoyle sink today denied in Guilford county Superior court a John a. Smith the Enterprise Bureau Commerce Street phone 533 Thomasville March 21.�? funeral services for John w. Smith. 84, who died at his Home on route 2, Thomasville saturday morning were conducted yesterday at the Home at 1 45 of clock and at the Springfield copies of the proposed Legisla Rhu Roh at 2 30 o clock. The Pas High Point municipal employees will meet at City Hall tonight to discuss provisions of the statewide county and municipal employ yes retirement Bill now pending before the legislature. Company. In which it was stated that the company was willing to i Bert Nichols Woodruff a i renew to the City its offer of feb in Ion to a it dip a divorce meeting in adjourned session Rumary 4 or Marsh also told he granted on november i. 10 37 to lie had it on reliable j a a red q Woodruff. High Point authority that a drastic rate re Hon have been in the hands of the several department Heads in the City government Here for Over a week and Hie discussion tonight will be based on a study of the provisions therein. The Bill is being sponsored by the North Carolina league of municipalities the North Carolina motion by counsel for j employ yes association and the North Carolina employ yes association ast night the City Council adopted a sol muons accepting the License or the project tendered by the Federal Power commission Stab Ishing rates to be charged for a arrest generated by the Plant in amended Resolution providing or the issuance of Revenue Bonds Ivity which to finance a part of he project and an interim receipt Resolution which would enable the Ity to secure if needed $1,000.-m 111 f o i the Wick pending the printing of the bunds. City manager e. M. Knox told he Council that its utilities Eom Uimer w a not yet really to rcom need awarding i it in a i Foi Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves satisfies 16k tax paid Peh gallon Sprinkle service station Iso n. Lain St. Physician who has since Remar auction was impending the Resolution establishing rates to be charged under the project was unanimously adopted. There was Only one dissenting vote on ,. ,. M. hat of Quot do Quot councilman John s. Pickett. City manager e m. Knox in Pense to a question estimated no Quot ried. Mrs. Woodruff who is now living in Greensboro sought to have the divorce set aside on the of Tor miss Clara Cox. And . E. W. Jones were in charge of the services. During the services Roy liner and miss Ruth liner Sang a a Beautiful Home a a How Beautiful heaven must be and a farther pallbearers All grandsons of the deceased were Leon John Paul. H. O. And e. Z. Smith jr., and Doyle Deaton. Flowers were Glenn Stilwell. _ accounting department of City is treasurer Aud member of i ment was in the Church cemetery the executive committee of the h. L. Crowe director of the in charge of mrs this and friends of the family. Inter municipal employ yes organization which was formed in Charlotte last Winter and which instituted the movement to set up a retire Industrial rates established by the Resolution were approximately 25 per cent under those now prevailing. The amendatory Bond Resolution sets the construction Cost of the project at $6.412.600, of which $2,021,600 is to he provided by a Federal Grant. Authorized is i the issuance of Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $4,000.-000 in denomination of $1,000 bearing interest from february i been signed Short after noon the Bill As is now drafted. Would contain an a a enabling provision giving the governing body j of political sub divisions named. I including cities and towns the right to come under the retire summon. When the action was j intent system for such employees begun she alleged or. Woodruff she was in Washington but made no Effort to notify her of the proceedings. Publication was made in the Greensboro Patriot and. Counsel for the plaintiff argued such publication was insufficient judge sink however in his Ming this morning said that he would hold the divorce valid and termed the publication Iii the Patriot sufficient service of summons. Judgment had not Thomas Ghi by the Enterprise Bureau s Commerce Street phone 533 Thomasville. March 21, a Thomas Grubb 4 3, died at his Home on route two this morning after an illness of three months duration. He was born on april 28, 1896, and was the son of d. D. Grubb and the late Lou Johnson Grubb. A it # a i of this county. For the past 16 ment and provision of the Mea. He a pin Supe Inte Deot of the Cunningham shale Brick All City employees have been in j company Here. Tire. Cited to attend the meeting night. To Ted by. Hut was being prepared for judge sinks signature. Mrs. Woodruff counsel indicated that they would take the 1 939. The fes Ohirion emphasizes that the Bonds Are payable solely j from Revenue of the Plant and do not constitute a debt of the City j and that the new system is Sepa j vase to the supreme court rate and distinct from the present distribution system. Several bidders and several business men were present at the meeting but none spoke except or. Marsh although there was some ques Eastern Mill to vote on Union Junior Council names officers elect i i Al Ity Itle Council meeting give your family the besi use la a refrigeration Are our Briu Wiful refrigerator and term Mil Surprise toe Central ice delivery com Pany 512 West Broad Street phone 434? paint now fief ready for Spring by painting kith. Law hence Tiger Bani paints Over better look better last longer. F. Ii a. Term tin repair and remodelling. Parker Brown co. Tit Oak St. Phone Misa ii i you can get More shoe repairing for your Money at the City shoe shop a be a Nae we own our it Hope no High rent. Own our machinery pay no royalties. Buy materials in Large quantities for Cash discount. City shoe shop on Commerce oppor to my trite hink bldg. Or rofl f i a hearing scheduled in Charlotte action against \ a. Firm rein a Seton Ross local j knifed furniture workers Organ i Izer stated today that an pets lion would be held among employees of the Kemp specially furniture company of Goldsboro within the next two weeks to determine the status of the Union in the Eastern North Carolina Plant. Ross stated he had introduced the Union to the worker Only a week ago and that a election was debited As soon a possible. In Charlotte he stated a hear ing will he held in three weeks j to determine whether installation men at Wade manufacturing j company there shall be allowed to vote in an election to determine the collective bargaining Agency third. Charges ate being Field in Baltimore today against the John surviving Are the widow the former Sula Crotts one son one daughter. Essie the j father one brother Oscar three i Sisters mrs m. J. Glover. Mrs. George Beck and miss Mattie Grubb. The deceased was a member of mount Zion holiness Church. Funeral services will be conducted at it. Zion holiness Church wednesday afternoon at 2 80 o clock by the pastor . Officers of the Junior red Cros R York. Interment will be Council elected at a recent meet i made in the Church cemetery ing were announced today through the local chapter of the tits. Or Ero Groome american red Cross. Greensboro March 21. The officers were chosen at a mrs. Cicero a Groome 6 4, died City wide meeting held at Tho yesterday afternoon at 3 of clock Sheraton hotel wednesday aft at Lier Home in Groomtown of civil service commission to meet wednesday hearing on dismissal Illy employee the High Point civil service commission will hold a meeting wednesday night of this week to transact business which has been pending before the body for several weeks. School Board examines requests of principals Fate of seized whisky at stake special to the Enterprise Greensboro March 21 year they requested $110,000, got heading t h e before $30,000. The commission i l he a hear the Greensboro and High Point ing on an Appeal from a dismiss i school hoards have not As yet pre. Special to the Enterprise Greensboro March 21. A the county Board of education today met to canvass requests by principals of Rural schools for Perman my equipment Tor Tho Herman 0�o<r< i. Sudbury or fiscal year. Requests totalled the bad a county Jna i ers will Confer with Cutlar Moore chairman of the state a. On next wednesday the Hoard Hoard before the commissioners will Start on its annual tour of in make a definite decision As to sped Ion of the Rural schools be what to do with Ronij it rat cd a fore presenting a request for a paid liquor now in Tho county a proper int ions for improvements to j Possession it was Learned today the Hoard of commissioners. Last a apr inf a of the legislature merits to City schools. Income Intangibi e returns on increase Al by an employee of the Public works department. Paul Vuncannon truck Driver. Was discharged by that department after he had been arrested by police Here on charge of assault warrants for which had Bren issued by his wife and another member of his ratify the special to the Enterprise cases Are now pending in Muni Greensboro Mardi 21. A pal court. C. B. Bogan. Deputy commas the dismissal of Vuncannon i a Oiiver of Revenue stated today was ordered by Sam la. Snick j that returns on state income tax land director of the department it and let Anile property in greens of Public works. The dismissed Boro and Rural Guilford county employee acting und r a pro i considerably exceeded those of vision of the City charter Reinat Mas year. Ing to civil service filed notice or. Bogart with six others has with the Secretary of the com for some time assist on that he would ask for i a tax Payera in making their a Public hearing and review of j returns. His Case. J a also on the Agenda of the meeting will he the selection of eligible lists for two appointments of volunteers in the fire department and an appointment to fill a vacancy in the accounting department created by the resignation of Clyde h. Bass or. Under the new amendment i Moon Street these vacancies will he filled. I Nev and mrs gave dry counties authority to give away to hospitals or sell to liquor stores in other counties tax paid whiskey seized in their horsemen their requests for improve d, members of the Hoard of commissioners Are in favor of Selling the Large Quantity of such liquor now being held. As tax paid whiskey seized in dry counties is often a Cut Quot or adulterated a portion of the whiskey will probably he Analysed before any Sale is made. License revoked listed for the revocation of i Drivers License today was Kellie Herndon East Green Street. High Point. Revocation followed conviction in court for driving drunk. Although a starfish has brain it is attle to learn. No revival services to open in Thomasville revival services. Beginning wednesday night will he conducted at the Church of god. Thomasville. By j. B. Millhouse of from the eligible lists of three j Concord if was announced today Namer by department a ads. J by the pastor of the Church . A l. Hatchcock. Fishermen use a Leaf from an arrangements have been mad automobile Spring to pry abalone j for special music and singing from their wave swept Rocky each evening at 7 15 o clock. The Homes. I meetings Are open to the Public. Madam Ardelle Phreno Logist life header. Gives advil and help on All affairs of life in Busine Imp or trouble. Special Crystal Reade All this month. House no. 2000main St. Just at City limit. A a a a a a a Mai building we ass help you funds Are available for Home building see us now for particulars. Atlantic bulging Luan association Security Bauk old phone 23 51 Vernoon March 17. A list of the officers follows Helen Shoat. President Charles Wiley vice president and Bettyjo Beeson Secretary. Representatives present from each h school were Delphine fagg Nell Robert Bradley of Street Mary e. Hassell Doris Bruton James Cox of Cloverdale Esther m. Free and Jean hike. Of Elm Street Nell Humphreys and Ella Page Harrison. Of Ray Street Lucille Clark. Jackie by township i a Fly and Virginia Forward of mrs. Troy Ter illness of about six months. She was the former miss Lillian Russell of Chester s. Cd a and had made her Home in this county about 40 years. She Wae the wife of the late Cicero a. Groome and is sur Mccain Rived by one son. Ivey Groome Johnson of the Home two daughters mrs. Gilmer Phipps of Greensboro mrs w. T. Crutchfield of Columbia four Stepsons. Cicero lf., Roy t., Sam of Groomtown and Robert Groome. Of Sumner two stepdaughters r. Short of High Brentwood Bettyj Beeson Mel Point mrs. C. A. Armfield of in Shoaf. Bobby Milt Kan and j Jamestown and two Sisters mrs. Robert Foust of Oak Hill Lettie j. Ansar of it. Lawn s. Frances Hughes Mary Faye bar to. And mrs. William Stull of Ger and Hobby Adams of Emma i a Heater s. C. The late mrs. Blair and Barie Wiley of Ada Cromwell of Greensboro was Alula r. I so a stepdaughter. At the meeting articles writ j in. Groom was Well known ten by the boys Aud girls in the Varu wednesday special one Day Only curtain Stretcher regular Price $1.19 is sell of son to Arper furniture company of j or news Roanoke. A. Charging unfair sons it labor prattle in the release of a worker there re entry. To. Mated that a contract Between the cow and the Plant exist. Hut that no Abr Tralon would he a Creed Only the ruling of the nor b. S were submitted per which la to be red by the City wide Council it was decided to name the paper the Junior red Cross record the fir tissue will be released monday. March 27, and distributed to each school. The next meeting of the Council will be held april 14 just in time for Spring cleaning actual $1.19 value fully marked stretchers with Nickel plated pins one Inch apart. Center braced Ponderosa Pine Frame. 5x8 it. Size. Stands firmly. Buy now at Sale savings Sears. Roebuck and go. 319 323 North main Street High Point n. C Hon a to whether the Council action last night made it Impo is big to withdraw from the undertaking. Several members of the Council said it did not and the opinion was expressed that the City could withdraw until the major contract had been awarded. The City father also approved last night a proposed Hilt to Amend the City charter so As to provide that the offices of the City clerk and treasurer might be held by the same person. H. P. Camera club enters contest file outstanding photograph Savannah festival for 666 liquid tablets Salve a nose drops Salve or elfin colds Prier 10c amp 25c Savannah. Ga., March the High Point camera club is Ohe of 21 clubs in the Southeast invited to Send five outstanding three solos photographs to s Southeastern i never Falls. Salon to be shown at the first an you to the accompanied Bual Southern paper festival thy his wife or. Dennard Here april 16-19. For Surratt was the son of or. The visiting prints representing in. \ Surratt High Point. He was the Best work in the club w ill Bea brother to mrs. J. R. Boone and in the Community in which she lived and Active in the work of Groomtown methodist by Reb of Whit h she was a member. Funeral service will he held wednesday afternoon St 3 of clock at Groomtown methodist Church conducted by the pastor. Rev. G a Stamper. By Ria i will be in the Church cemetery. The body will he removed to the residence at 9 of clock wednesday morning. B. F. Surratt Southmont March 21. A funeral services for b. F. Surratt. 55, were conducted monday at 2 30 p. In. From the Southmont methodist Church of which he was a lifelong member. Trip services were in charge of the pastor. Rev. Ii. F. Honeycutt assisted by . Stroups of Denton. Pastor of Hie Baptist Church. During the services the Church quartet Sang a does Jesus f. R. Dennard of High Point Sang a Jesus and a hell go with regular Mel i ing l. 0. 0. M. Tonight 7 30 of clock 310 n. Main St. A. In Whitlow. Dictator a. M swains. Sec. Supplemented with a group of i photographs by Savannah amateurs and Hung at the municipal i auditorium. Award Are offered for the Best prints to be selected by a jury not yet named. The photographs will he on Standard Slie 16 by 2b Inch mount presenting a uniform appearance despite the Many different participants. The Savannah camera club arranged the Salon at the request of paper festival officials who Felt it would be interesting and appropriate to include such an exhibition inasmuch As the enlargements Are on sensitive paper. Clubs in the following were invited to participate mrs. J. A York High Point mrs. C. D. Smith Southmont. Mrs. W. B. Butler Pittsboro. One brother k. E. Surratt Lexington a wife and seven children Southmont. Or. Surra to live bit Ore those who knew him a life of faithfulness and Long suffering. The Many Beautiful Flower were carried by the nieces. Interment was made in the Church cemetery. X Ville n. Cd Atlanta Gata a. Auburn Ala. A Birmingham. Ala. Ton. S. C. Charlotte. N. A hat pins. Hal m. Terrell Norlina. N. Cd a March 21.�? Cpin mrs. Nancy Rose Terrell wife of Hayl m. Terrell superintendent of the Virginia division cities j of the Seaboard airline railway Ashe died in a hotel Here last night. Washington d. C 13.73 Norfolk. A. Lov Charlotte. S. R. Raleigh n. To Rocky mt., n. C. 2.s3 consult your ticket agent for proportionately Low fares to All Points. He quietness and smoothness of these trim sleek new coaches winning new friends every Day. For travel luxury maximum safety and real Economy take o Carolina trailways luxury liner. Union bus terminal North Wrenn Street phone 2049 Angus j surviving Are her widower a Athens j daughter two grandchildren a Charles go Ter and five Brothers including school superintendent june Rose of Greenville. The funeral will be conducted from the Home wednesday. The cats claw creeper a brazilian Plant creeps by Means of grappling Hooka. Tati ooga. Tenn. Columbia s. Greensboro n. High Point n. Cd Jacksonville Fla. Memphis Tenn Miami Fla. Mobile Ala. Nashville Tenn. Pensacola Fin. St. Petersburg Fla Valdosta a. And Wilmington n. A Correct starting time of feature pictures at local theatre today Center 1 10 a the Little princes a 3 15 5 20 7 .25 9 30 Broadhurst a a the Arizona wildcats 12 58 2 48 4 38 6 to 8 00 9 50 Al Paramount i 28 4 la Marie Antoinette -6 51 9 34 Carolina a hell diverse i of 3 05 5 10 7.15 9 20 Rialto Breed of the Bordel la .15-1 00-2454 30-6.15-8 00-9 As ,.v.,.vwv.v.,a\wai i Staley a i a doctors of optometry $ a j Eves examined by the latest a scientist a methods and All the a latest style glasses fitted. Is a 40 years of practice in a a High Point a j 403-404 Security j it Bank bldg. $ i High Point n. C. A a . .v.wvvv / 14 big reasons w is r in a Quot a j buying Plymouth there a not another Low priced car that offers so much for so Little a the 1939 Plymouth has glamorous new styling. A of leading Low priced cars Plymouth is biggest �?5 inches longer than one6 inches Tonger than the other othe Only Low priced car with Coil Springs Standard on All models. O time proven Hydraulic brakes safest Type. A every Plymouth Model has the same big 82-h. ,. It it combines Power with great Economy a the Only Low priced car a with a new a safety Sig Nalz a speedometer. New streamlined safety headlights. O quiet a radio studio Quot sound proofing. To the Only Low priced car with floating Power engine mountings. 0the Only Low priced car with a completely rust proofed safety steel body. A True steady steering a a i easier handling. A Only Low priced car with safety styling. Highest resale value of a fall t a Price includes front and rear bumpers bumper guards spare wheel tire and tube foot control for headlight beam with indicator on dash Ash tray front and rear Sun visor safety Glass and big trunk a pack 19.3 cubic feet. Prices include All Federal taxes. Transportation and state local taxes if any not included. No wonder thousands Are changing to Plymouth i it so big so Beautiful yet look How Low its priced did you know Plymouth is the biggest and Roo Miest of a Authree Low priced cars what a More you enjoy flashing full powered an unbelievably smooth soft new ride i by it Plymouth division of Chrysler corporation Detroit Mich. Tune in major Bowes original Amateur hour. Columbia . 9 to to . Done to fail to see and drive this great Plymouth its the years Best buy builds great cars Vav

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