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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 2, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sect Ion a b local news and Wani ads of this Section the High Point Enterprise Section b local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 56�?no. 123 member associated ukes High Poust n. Thursday afternoon m by 2, 1910 Complete Nea Selix ice prick five cunts Leader lauds local College holds meeting for College Campaign w. T. Powell to head group which will Start drive May 6 under the leadership of xxx. T. Powell the team organization one Hundred and Twenty Strong which will solicit funds in the High Point College Campaign met last night at the Sheraton hotel Headquarters and selected drive for Grady started Here by league division Over 4,000 leaflets endorsing Kenly Man circulated leaflets printed and circulated by the North Carolina league for progressive democracy endorsing Paul Grady of Kenly for governor of North Carolina were disputed at Homes and factory Gates Here today. D. Xiv. Gillis chairman of the High Point unit said about 4.000 of the Large handbills carrying or. Grady a picture together with a platform of the league to which pm. Grady is said to have pledged is support were circulated. The league for progressive democracy made up of a. F. Of j i. C. I. Of. And Independent labor Union members liberals and Prog Jessive democrats endorsed or. Trady after interviewing All can dates for governor and asking heir views on a program designed of Benefit the majority of people la North Carolina the local Chagan said. The league s program which or. Grady endorses supports Mong other things a state labor. T. I a Well chairman _ f. Bargaining act and a wage hour Section High Point College Cam-1 Anco of this system of payment a larger benefits in the social pain. Said today. Student Lite it Pilot rally All of the subscriptions Security Laws in North Carolina High Point it ollege is real j received have been future pay a clouding $30 per month for aged democracy in action. Students mint pledges on the six payment persons for unemployed benefits Sod faculty members eat tasty p an a cd for workmen ,.tlon the headquarter., manager re Hee textbook1 in All rides of College dining Loon Wile. S. At keeps its perfect record High Points perfect record for the year in traffic Accident fatalities remained unmarred at the dose of april it was shown in the police departments consolidated monthly report issued today. Seven persons received injuries in six injury accidents happening within the City a corporate limits during the month. The report also shows a total of 475 arrests during april. Another interesting item in the report has to do with the recovery an average of ten names each for of stolen property. If the $4,-r elicitation following the opening a 820 Worth of goods reported dinner on May 6. O. Arthur stolen $4,680 of it was recovered duration. Need of adequate Yoac a to pump Plemmons elected commencement r in i cd i Lupus la _. P cd a , Faith is subject of talk by Wall continues series of sermons at first Baptist Church head High school Ipi Aye to fair Gro e 1 i a of Quot 1 of Quot a a group at meeting prepared by Irene Crews manager High Point Hran Cli Carolina motor a Lith numerous inquiries have necessitated our devoting today a column to the Blue Ridge Parkway. _. I it is sincerely hoped that this the or. Zeno Wall in the third her j outline will cause Many motorists Mon of the series being delivered to find and enjoy a a the most Beau at the first Baptist Church t if ii i drive in the preached last night on the Subj the Blue Ridge Parkway is Jet a the Christian s need of an 500-mile Scenic Highway adequate Faith a Basing his built along the Crest of the Bluet High school principals meet in High Point w. H. Plemmons principal of e Lee Edwards High school Asheville was elected president of the North Carolina High school principals association at an All the bed headed stepchild i i ii v Cal not Vir f la a to. I . Day session of the group Here Blue i wednesday. The entire session thoughts on St. Matthew 17 Ridge Mountain to connect the i 3t the senior his other officials elected the annual fair Grove High school commencement play a the red headed will be presented Friday night May 3, beginning at 8 o clock in the fair Grove school auditorium. A capable cast has been chosen from the entire High school and the play is being directed by mrs. .1. I. Klutt of the High school faculty. The leading characters Are Mildred Hodges playing the part of Edith 14-21, Christ a Healing of the great Smoky mountains National Lunatic following the trans Fig Park with Shenandoah National were xxx. T. Maxx Ell Kirkman will make the principal address at this dinner meeting. Invitations were mailed last nigh to the entire Campaign organization including the citizens committee of thirty. Or. Powell reported an enthusiastic attitude on the part of All the workers. The instructions Given the workers last night were to the effect that the subscriptions which Are being solicited Are in the form of pledges payable in six Semi annual instalments. The reports on the special solicitation. Which is now going on throughout the City of the top prospects shows a ready accept shools and teacher pay which i in a Rankim its arc Chandi at i throughout .h�mcount7�mpmuch us Atar at 11.000 a year a the j Opportunity for Arr us ral Ert a a a a a a West Large increases in funds All to become acquainted. Olt a or helping Farmers get better activities properly chaperoned markets for their crops and in play and sports programs for All Rove their crop system reduce students self government a. Ion in Telephone and electric these furnish the finest training my nth wow or rates a thorough study of in fhe ideals of practical demo i this method. They warned the Volunteer leaders and the citizens he state tax methods to get a Cracy. Aires system and to do away with 1 he Alee tax forbid the Nae of m Sqq warnings to he solicited that All Cash sub wit h no future pay Wili tend to reduce the total sum raised. Or. G. I. Humphreys president of the College reports that Organ a . M cations for solicitation Are devel Highway patrol for strike break. A Vii non Jmwa on Jar rapidly in Greensboro no and payment in Deputy sheriffs again issued Here Asheboro Winston Salem and y private concerns and free i Thomasville. In Thomasville a wealth clinics in every county for residents of the Section around committee of three to Chol men eople who cannot pay for Neces Green Extension were warned c. R Reid Hon j. Walter Geom a by medical attention. I today to place dogs in internment i Beth and d. R. Connell have act political action for social i for observation As a result of a Cepter the responsibility for or Roger ssh is the slogan of the report from the state Board of j gunning that Community for Soli Cague for progressive dem health that a dog belonging to citation of about one Hundred 1 racy which h has its Headquarters f. Herndon was infected with people. An organization dinner a Greensboro or. Gillis said. He rabies. J meeting will he held in one of the dded that the local unit of the the report was received from Thomasville churches shortly. The state Hoard yesterday. Or j Charles a. Hines of the grins Herndon said the dog hit seven or eight other animals before it was shot sunday afternoon. And turned Over to the owners other activities reported included 1.212 investigations 821 service Calls 273 pints of illicit beverages captured 241 persons summoned 317 persons held in jail 924 Drivers warned and 198 automobiles red tagged. The Bureau of records filed and checked 950 records. Seven Laboratory analyses were made by the Bureau of investigation and information on 129 criminals was Given out to citizens. There we Are reported to the department one Case of criminal homicide one of rape one of robbery 19 aggravated assaults two burglaries and 11 thefts. A state Job Agency places 197 Here All but 15 placements in private employment or. Wall emphasized the fact Jinny enter the drive at a Point that the Mountain top experience just East of Boone at the inter a the vision of Moses the Law Park. At the present time Onei 1c� president z. M. Mulholland principal of the Greenville High school Secretary treasurer James e. Gerow principal of the Lexington High school. President elect Plemmons will succeed g. A Arnold principal of the Hugh Morson High school Raleigh. A. B. Combs of the state department of education spoke Dur Workman her Stepmother Ana Kermit Hall Lier father. The other characters Are j. R. Hamilton. Jr., Mildred Wood Lorene Myers Jennie Lee Clodfelter Iris Hamilton Nawassa xxx Ray Herbert Blair Donald Nance and Elizabeth Everhart. High Point men in safety meet mayor Kirkman and sergeant Mcmahon on program High Point City one Hundred and ninety seven persons were placed in jobs by the local office of the North Carolina state employment service during the month of april r. A Dubruyne office manager said today. All hut 15 of these place meets were in private employ j hts her to meat. The most satisfactory placement of the month said or. Dubruyne. Was the placing of a steel engraver in permanent employment at $40 of Ion of u. S. No. 421 and the giver Elijah the defender of the Parkway. Drive along the Park Law of god and Jesus As the Fui-1 Way to a Point 19 Miles from fill Mon t of prophecy and the Roanoke where a right hand turn founder of the Church Universal on a gravel Road for 2-10 of a a was very important in the lives mile will put one on u. S. 221 to of the disciples. Peter James and Roanoke. John. A a we have to go up a he. Leaving Roanoke on it. S. La said a in order that we May go to Waynesboro where u. S. 250 tag the morning session on a How i Down the sinful the poor and Dis is followed to Rockfish Gap near it an we use the state cumulative i Coil raged souls of this world and Afton which is the Entrance to. Record Quot principal Conrad of the lift them Shenandoah National Park. The i Chapel Hill High school discussed a at the foot of the Mountain drive through the. Park is com a Quot practical considerations which continue the speaker a was a de plated. It extends North to front should be used in the promo in Cha Monica boy about whom the Royal is ids Miles Long Speed Hon or retention of a father was greatly concerned. The hit 35 Miles per hour and Mot-1 help of the nine disciples who had orits Are warned to have their luncheon was held in the High not gone up on the mount of gasoline Supply checked upon in s Bool cafeteria at noon. In the transfiguration had been sought. I a 4 As it can Only be afternoon session which followed purchased at two Points before the association discussed regl Stra read Hong front Royal. Comfort Hon of students conduction of Able accommodations Are available i at several Points for those motorists desiring to spend a night or any period of time Enro Ute. It is suggested that motorists planning a trip during the next week or ten Days make this their destination As the Apple Blossom festival at Winchester a. Is scheduled for today and tomorrow these had tried to heal the boy j but had failed. A previously Jesus in sending out the twelve told them to preach j the xxx Ord to Lay their hands on i the sick in order that they might i be healed and to cast out devils. After their Mission they returned to him rejoicing that even the devils had been subject unto them. A but Here at the foot of the High school schedule commencement plans and types of diplomas. Paul Reid of Raleigh t. T. Hamilton of Wilmington and miss Julia Groves of Salisbury led the discussions. Mountain they stood Defeated Jesus exclaimed to faithless and perverse generation How Long shall i be with you How Long Hall i suffer you bring him me. I the Devil. May 2 and 3 and would make an excellent Climax for such a Beautiful and inspiring vacation. Trip one might return via u. S. La through the Shenandoah Val then he rebuked hey to the intersection of u. S. And the child was Iid which is followed to Roan funeral rites i cured from that hour. A following this Miracle the i disciples in a quiet hour asked 1 Jesus who they were unable to thence and u Point. La Joe s. 220 to Greensboro 29 and 70 to High ,�?zt7k .t.h,e but a a a a a it a a Beni the Lunatic. Jeu. Liked of filled at the end of the month he eague will actively work for or. A Rady. Riving school to graduate 23d unit it the City i the Council chamber Hall. The Public is cordially invited the 23rd unit of the Safe Delv to attend Hap Bodenheimer ipg school w hich is being conduct a classroom instructor said and Here by the adult education enrolment for the 24th unit department in cooperation with which begins monday is now he state Highway safety division open. Registration for the next he state Highway safety division unit May he made St the Serin hold its graduating exercises Geant s desk at the police station a Morrow night at 8 of clock k in i through tuesday. Listed As a permanent Job for a detailed in a building Supply House the Hest outside opening As a permanent position for a time and motion study Engineer. Or. Dubruyne mentioned the fact that president Roosevelt has a. Designated the week of May 1-7 As in the last 3 rears Only 2 inter i National unemployment week National league players have and Quot a did that during that week passed the 200 Mark in hit Mak j concerted efforts will be made to ing and both of them Are now place in jobs unemployed workers Boro committee. Is spam get together meeting of civic leaders on May 7, King Cotton hotel. Snug a a few at the and to Tell fit a or it we playing on new York clubs Charlie Keller of the Yankees and Mickey Witek of the giants. A a a department stores of Japan Are holding War propaganda shows. Over 40. Get ready for the hot weather Complete showing i see our Large line of Metal Lawn and porch furniture colourful comfortable Cool pieces for the blazing summer Days ahead. Smartly designed and easy terms strongly constructed. Piece at prices that Are reasonable them today. You will be proud of. Done to fail to see Rose furniture co 243 South main phone 4332 1w fast main Street phone i Mhz Thomasville in Asheboro All Hill Given a phone 47ft High Point Junior service league cooperating with local census enumerators tile final Day of the census listing in High Point has Len greatly facilitated by cooperation of the Junior service league census enumerators said today. The league volunteered its services this week to Aid in thoroughly Jeanv Nsang the High Point arca and it was accepted. Situs then the enumerators said Ila league has been a great help. Tile final tabulation must he completed saturday. Because of tile scattered Calls to in made during the final few by the enumerators member of the Junior league Are furnishing transportation for the census takers. The Faith which could remove Thomasville churches shortly. Rally to the ills of the boy said a this kind goeth not out but by prayer and farting. A the trouble with the Church today is the Lack of Faith which goes All the Way. Nothing doubting the loss of that deep concern which once caused men to refrain from eating in order that the spirit might through them work to the salvation of others j i is or his overture s the lessening of belief in prayer Abd Ullh our a Ludo of hear which once in the Church s i he mph he linked tip with the tory was exercised for the sick. Der-w0rking Power of god the sinful and distressed seized the horns of the altar and did not j net go until godly Healing Sal-1 vation and Comfort came Clown. J a the Church of today should take the offensive go out and find Devil possessed men and women and cast out the soul wrecking demons. The Gates of hell shall j yet with All the Strei Mani arianism god i lost sight of. Faith could work wonders have w Elligh ceased t god can cast out sir happiness and Liberty Man soul. That we Era together with Quot or learn what sacrificial Means. A let us come Hack to to he saved from our sins re of no of he too much and prayer hut men Pray. Only Mhz. J. R. Henderson funeral service for mrs. J. Henderson. 311 Burton sin were conducted from the f evangelical and reformed Clin xxx wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock with the pastor r l. Fesperman. Officiating. A Large number of friends and relatives were present for the last rites. The Church choir Sang Quot in the hour of a abide with me and a to love that will not me go i officials will Gram for Tho Lith statewide safety conf Renoo to be held at the Robert e. Leo hotel in Winston Salem May 14, 15. And i 6. On the thursday program mayor o. Arthur Kirkman will discuss a the principal causes of accidents to municipal employees and their police and fire department officials from several North Carolina cities will participate in a discussion of Quot xxx hat municipal employees can do As individuals to promote safety a and among this group will he detect Ive ser Ceant Jack Xiv. Mcmahon head of the detective Bureau of the local police department. Others in this latter g the municipal employees which meets thursday Al re lie is of the greens in tent. Lieutenan r of Hie Green Sec 2 19 k. Oft e Depa ump lord. Act no mercy a and won not or Vall �, the. Spirit nor b a glow la. Chris Lap who 0.ork Aat to Ila wining to let the. Spirit m"iou7d�?~ b�"h7ir7or o a hou�?Tr7, cd his perfect Way in the heart. Work and worship must be joined if there is to be a Exvell rounded Christian life. A there is work to he done. He assured. Drunkards Are going on unchanged men wrapped up in the material things of the world Are going on unchanged sinners. Day and would consist of songs prayer and a gospel message. The meeting will continue through Friday of next week. A Chicago produce Chicago May 2to Blitter 810.431, steady prices Anchang scoffers and infidels Are going on j de. Eggs 44.215, steady fresh unchanged. The Church has regraded extra firsts local 17 cur organizations talks about act rent receipts 15�?T4 dirtiest ll1 Vity service service service and j other prices unchanged. Up in Section it noon tenant i Opo a. O. 3 fire department Assoc tacit chief c. M. Dixon of the Winston Salem fire department and it. J. Simpson Captain of detectives of Tho Winston Salem police department. Ronald Houett director of the state Highway Satty division will preside Over the conference. Mebane prints win camera club prizes Quot lumber Yard Quot and Quot critics Quot win first and second places a print contest featured the meeting of the High Point camera club last night in the offices of Voorhees and Everhart architects 308 North main Street. Prints submitted by John Mebane. City editor of the Enterprise staff won first and second places. The two winning pictures were entitled in order of Merit Quot lumber Yard and third place was won by j. J. Ellington with a a youth a prints refining human models a red headed boy and a two voting girls a brought him commendation. Many excellent pictures we ers submitted in the contest by club their new hut tomorrow afternoon members and there was evidence trom 4 30 to 6 30. No supper that the City s Amateur photog a will he served As was previously Peers Are making Good Progress to Enron Boualy announced. Ward artists of the first rank t mrs Boh Cook play d the piano. Active pallbearers j were William Brown. J. E. Hop Kney Paul Fulton Xiv. R. Wags Mer c. I. Monroe and t. A worn ack All members of the High Point fire department. Honorary pallbearers were Clyde Tea gue Lonnie prevails John j Younts Glenn Brown f. Xxx. Gib Hardt Sud Dan Yoder. Members of the fire department and employees and officials of Sarton dry in the absence last night of j cleaning company and duty h Horace Eason song Leader Thorn laundry attended the services in As Dodamead led the singing. As a body. A Solo mrs. Marvin slate Sang. A to the Many Floral offerings were holy spirit breathe on in charge of the girls Guild and i or. A. B. Conrad pastor an woman s missionary society bounced that morning services in of the Church. Interment was addition to the regular night made in the family plot in Floral services would be held next week j Garden cemetery. Mrs. Dernier son beloved by a Large Circle of i friends died in a local Hospital Early monday morning where she had been a patient three weeks a boy scouts to hold open House Friday boy scouts of the xxx Ard Street troop will hold open House at some okies Settle Down pay their own Way migrants in East Salinas calif., own modest Homes some have gone into business this is the second of two articles describing efforts being made this Spring to meet the annual invasion of migrant workers in California. By Nea service Salinas. Calif., May 2.�? this is a Story of the okies who made Good. System. More than 1000 children Money started a grocery. Now he a enlarging it. Another migrant started a Hole in the Wall restaurant. Now its a Prosper j Otis business. Nearly All have managed to carve out some sort of a permanent place for themselves. Some not All the dispossessed okies j leave their Salinas Homes in the and allies and roads who have Winter to work in the vegetable made the trek to California have i season in the Imperial x Alley slumped into hopeless despair returning in april for the let and near starvation. Some have tree season managed to make a place for too few jobs themselves. J there Are three men for every you can see it at East Salinas Are enrolled in two schools. Migrants came Here and quietly some of the migrants have went to work earning their by j been Able to Start their own ing and paying their Hills. Be businesses in the Community j. Tween 6500 and 8000 of them h. Mcpherson and Rex Powell live Here. Once East Salinas was set up a contracting firm and known As a Oklahoma Flats or have built 150 houses through a Little Oklahoma but no j fun Loans. Two thirds of them More. These okies do not con Are owned by former Oklahoma Sider themselves migrants. They ans themselves. Dan and Jay the old Quot Oklahoma Flats Quot settlement a has grown into 4 this modern town. Are californians now. Nowhere in the settlement can you find any desire to resume Contact with the old and bitter memories. Rahmer a Bue is Ott land migrants first settled in East Salinas in 1929 when the dust bowl first began to spew Forth its children. A Farmer divided a 100-acte Hay Field into tracts of one sixth of an acre and sold them for from $200 to $300 each. There were no building restrictions. The new owners set up shacks tin shanties piano Box shelters. But those first crude Homes have been almost entirely replaced by substantial buildings. The Community was unincorporated governed by county authorities and such local councils As were set up to meet needs. Most important is the East Salinas civic improvement association which has built sidewalks and is now installing a sanitary Foreman came to Salinas Flat broke. Now they Are partners in a trucking business. C. E. Johns another oklahoman had a Little Job Iii the county however and thus the former migrants have filled every possible labor opening in the Community. They have made Good for themselves but they have closed one More Community to any further migration. That condition is general. J. C. Henderson. Fra regional migrant supervisor believes there Are at this moment 4 500 workers above the 25.000 California will need at Peak Harvest sea son. The question is what awaits the 60,000 to 90,000 others who will come into the state again this summer seeking work ? a fall we can do right now is it stick our fingers in the Dyke like the Little dutch boy a says Henderson. A hoping that everything holds together until a real solution is found. By have the up a six it is v ->y--t3 the permanent Homes of East Salinas calif., have been built by the okies now full blown Call forc ians. Like the girl superimposed on the a before and after photographs. Per hand Over the worst of the situation. There is nowhere near the misery and hates that existed Mong the migrants Iii 1935 an i 1936. A i done to think anybody is going to go any More. The health situs and rapidly managed to sorts Quot tile my is housing cities. Hut that a Only a Small fraction.�?�. Him okie situation is still j still critical but there arc pressing problem i of Hope signs that soviet our government i being done about it sign lion is under control improving. We have provide clothing Elf Luna Sqq a Moi Job a a a of Rhea perhaps the worst is Over. In a

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