High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 8 1939, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Camel s Stoner Burn ing compared to the average time of the i5 other brands tested gives you the Quiva Lent of 5 extra smokes per pack you econ Onize while enjoying smoking pleasure at its Best b. / Alta. Hudson Bay Sosko Toon june 3 Vancouver Moy 29 Edmonton june 2 Man Quebec arrive Moy 15 Winnipeg Moy 24 Montreal Moy 16 Sudbury june 5 Calgary May 26 Victoria May 30 Regina May 25 Halifax leave june 15 Toronto a May 22 / Kitchener i june 6 new York june to United states Washington june St. Co tharme so j London i june 7 june 7 Niagara Falls june 7 monday. May 8. I the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Conter Inch Point. North f trouw Page hirer Hitler s record six years of broken promises Quebec first Host to British King and Queen what or says is very Seldom what or does history traces machiavellian pattern aka service there is no record that Adolf Hitler is a student of Niccolo Machiavelli but Der fuehrer a record during the past six years suggests a Devotion to the principles or Lack of principles of the Man whose name has become a synonym for wily and unscrupulous political dealing. Hitlers six year record As head of the German state is a study in contrasts Between Promise and action. Machiavelli was a courtier of Lorenzo the magnificent. The Little treatise on political politics which he wrote for Lorenzo More than 400 years ago read with surprising application to the Hitler Ian Credo. A How laudable it is a a wrote Niccolo a for a Prince to keep Good Faith and live with integrity and not with astuteness everyone knows. Still the experience of our times shows those princes to have done great things who have had Little regard for Good Faith and have been Able by astuteness to confuse menus brains and who have ultimately overcome those who have made loyalty their and again a therefore a prudent. Ruler ought not to keep Faith when by so doing it would he against his interest and when the reasons which made him Hind himself no longer exist. Nor have legitimate grounds Ever failed a prime who wished to show Colo Rable excuse for the non fulfilment of his Promise. Of this one could furnish an indefinite number of modern examples. A re Honor Oor of t o v to a St at any rate Here 1s a Hitler chronology of word and deed since 193 3 february 1988 a Hitler dissolves the Reich Stag assumes Complete Power and Promise a to firmly protect christianity As the foundation of our entire May. Ukr a Hitler Quot Germany has Only a single desire a namely. To preserve its Independence and protect its la ii nary i before the Baar plebiscite. Hitler a after the solution of this question the Germany government is willing and determined to accept in its innermost soul As Well As external formulation the pact of Locarno provided that All Border disputes in Western Europe were to be subject to arbitration or conciliation never to Force the Saar voted German and was formally returned to the Reich by the league of nations. Hitler said. A we have no More territorial claims to make of february iwo a the military articles of the treaty of Versailles were scrapped by Germany in March the secretly built air Force was announced and conscription restored. May in we Hitler solemnly declares that after having repudiated the arms provisions of Versailles that Ermany will a unconditionally respect a1 other articles including territorial provisions until the inevitable revision can he achieved by peaceful he reiterated his adherence to the Locarno pacts. March i Wirt a German troops reoccupied the demilitarized tone of the German Side of the Rhineland. Hitler a we have no territorial demands to make in Europe. Germany has neither the wish Nof the intention to mix in internal austrian affairs or to Annex or unite with March ism a Hitler a what do we germans want of the world nothing at All. We want to be let alone. We want to respect the Hitler wit amuses Reich Stag nazi bigwigs and Reich Stag members Are shown in Gleeful mood his oratorical Der fuehrer As they laugh at Adolf hitlers new found wit during his oratorical to president Roosevelt a recent answer is standing in right each message foreground. Red Hen gather in Greensboro for annual state convention Creal Council of a Rohn la joins in meet at King Cotton hotel b h. Bradner or. Is representing the h go Point tribe of the order of red men at the great Council officers stations officers of of red men of Greenville great Pocahontas. In the chair. The will meet in the afternoon also and at 8 of clock on tuesday night the annual banquet will be held. At a Short business session wednesday morning. De tar c. Levy of los Angeles �?Talif., great annual state convention of red Inco Honee will be speaker and men and Pocahontas meeting at will raise great Council officers the King Cotton hotel Iii greens to their Boro today though wednesday. Other other red men and their wives Council from this City Are expected to at lows t. J. Tend the sessions and there will u lie. Prophe be no meeting of the local tribe us Charlotte. S tonight. A a. Wool sessions of the convention at Junior sags which approximately 300 repro Strunck of sedatives of 75 tribes of red men and Pocahontas councils begin this afternoon at 3 of clock with a meeting of the death benefits department with the department president. John g. Carpenter of Gastonia in the chair. Mayor Roger w. Harri son of Greensboro will deliver no address of Welcome at this a Sion. This evening the order a annual dance Wil be held in the hotel Ball room. The program for tuesday includes meetings at 9 a. Info the Graf com Fril of red men with a. S Hollowell of Edenton great Sachem presiding. End the great Council of Pocahontas with mrs. Sara Tucker Mitchell of Reid to m. Bred of Enior Sagamore e. Try of Rocky mount More e. P. H. Wilmington keeper of the Wampum w. B Goodwin of Elizabeth City chief of the records Allen d. Tate of Graham san Nap m. P. Tattoo of Greensboro of Shinhwa m. W. Henderson of Kannapolis guard of the wigwam and l. R. Almond of Albemarle guard of the Forest. Of Peers serving the great Council of Pocahontas in Addi Tion to mrs. Tucker Are As follows mrs. Bertha smart of Albemarle. Prophet mrs Marie Wallace of Gastonia Wenoah mrs. Elizabeth Cox of Elizabeth City Minnehaha mrs. Minnie Davis of Elizabeth City keeper of the records and mrs. Lillie Aycock of Kannapolis keeper of the Wampum. Miss Patrick assistant director of Piedmont b. T. U. Association new Way to be free of corns quickly re Tievy Paia a removes cause no need now to suffer from Corm or Ever have them. Get new super soft or Schorea Zeno Pydo. Quickly relieve porn Stop cause shoe friction and pressure. Prevent corns. Separate Amedica Tiona included for removing t Orn try them i Cost Buta trifled Ruchos Lino pads notice or Sale of land pursuant to the Power vested in the undersigned trustee by virtue of a certain deed of Trust executed by Belle Johnson to Thos w. Sprinkle. Trustee for the High Point perpetual building so loan Anocia Tion dated the the Day of May 1938. And duly recorded in the offices of the Register of deeds of Guilford county North Carolina in Book 843. Page 191, default having been made and according to the terms the Holder of the note secured thereby having requested foreclosure of the said deed of Trust the undersigned will offer for Sale in front of the municipal building in the City of High Point North Carolina on Friday May 26. ,1939, at la 30 a of. Or soon thereafter As May be. And will sell to the highest bidder for Cash a certain tract or parcel of land bounded and described As follows High Point township Guilford county North Carolina beginning at a stake on the South aide of East Lexington Avenue which said stake is located 120 feet West of the Southwest intersection of Bridges Street and East Lexington Avenue thence South la degrees 32�?~ West 111 feet to a stake thence North 80 degrees 30�?T West 57.10 feet to a stake thence North 20 degrees 7�?T West 81 feet to a stake in East Lexington Avenue thence along East Lexington Avenue North 76 degrees 45�?T East 69 feet North 79 degrees 15 East 40 feet to the beginning. According to a Survey of said property prepared by win f. Freeman Engineer March 1937 and being lots nos. 193 and 194 in a North a Northeast addition to the City of High Point n. C., according to a plat thereof recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county n. In plat Book 3, Page 379. See also Book 735, Page 646 604-102, 364-535. Etc. A sri Cash Deposit will be required As evidence of Good Faith. This the 26th Day of april 1939. Thos w Sprinkle. Trustee. Thos. W Sprinkle attorney. Alay 1-8-15-22. J. Carl hell of screens Boro renamed director at Reidsville meet of the first Baptist Church of Thi City. Was installed As assistant director of the Piedmont association of the Baptist training Union at the final meeting of the association convention at the first Baptist Church h in Reidsville yesterday afternoon. Frontiers of others just As we expect others to respect our january 1987�?Hitler tells the Reich Stag that the versatile confession of War guilt has been wiped out and that nazi a a surprises Are now ended. September 1987�? Hitler a Elf i had the ural mountains and the Ukraine Germany would swim in february ukr a in a radio speech Atter his conference with Chancellor Schuschu Twigg of Austria Hitler assured that he was guaranteeing the Independence of Austria. March 1988 a German troops March in. Take Over Austria. Hitler a Germany wants Only peace. She does not want to add to the sorrow of other sept outlier Ukwu Hitler a this is our last demand in Europe we have no other claims. We do not want to dominate other Peoples and if one would offer the whole of Czechoslovakia to us we would october ukr a the sudeten land of Czechoslovakia seized by German troops. Chamberlain reports Hitler told him a that is the end of our territorial claims in ormolu Rukwa Hitler in a Saar radio speech a we have no More wishes or demands. We want november ukr a Hitler a we want nothing but to get on with our work in March 1989 a the German army seizes All Czechoslovakia then Mendel and establishes a a a protectorate Over Slovakia. April 1989 a Hitler repudiates the polish Mutual non aggression pact and the British naval agreement which established a ratio Between the British Aud German naval Force. Newsmen study traffic safety ill Convene tomorrow Iii Raleigh for til rec Day session North Carolinas newspapermen editors. Publishers and managing editors men who make policies on their papers will Convene tomorrow in Raleigh for a three Day session on traffic safety. They will meet with leading National figures in safety who Are coming from All parts of the country and discuss How North Carolina can save More lives and injure fewer people on the highways of the state. The seminar which will be held at the sir Walter hotel in Raleigh will consist of a series of lectures and discussions on specific subjects and methods Witch brought about a 20 per cent reduction throughout the nation last year. Or. Miller Mcclintock director of the Bureau for Street traffic research. Yale University has been retained by c. I. T. As the Dean of the seminar and will deliver three lectures on various phases of the traffic Accident problem governor Clyde r. Hoey will address the meeting on tuesday naming and will Welcome the visiting newsmen to the capital. Other slate officials concerned with traffic safety and who will appear on the program Are a. J. Maxwell commissioner of Revenue or Clyde a. Erwin state superintendent of Public instruction Ronald Hocutt director Highway safety division w. Vance raise state Highway Engineer and judge e. Earle Rives of Greensboro. John w. Darr vice president of commercial investment Trust and director of the c. I. T. Safety foundation will he in general charge of the meeting assisted by Leslie Al Strang. A we have held two National seminars a said Darr in com-1 menting on the plans for the North Carolina meeting Quot with leading newspapers throughout i the United states in attendance a the average reduction in tray Fie fatalities in cities represented at these seminars was 5 Peri cent. Which represented a saving of 695 lives in 1938.�?� North Carolina newspapers have responded enthusiastically to the invitation to attend this seminar and every important City in the state will be represented. Map shows Royal route of King George and Queen Elizabeth through Canada and u. S. Other officers installed for the year were j. Carl hell of Greensboro who was reelected to the j office of director miss Elizabeth miss Thelma Tat re a Secretary Campbell of Greensboro Secretary treasurer miss Ila Hensley of High Point pianist Rev. Gerald k. Ford. Reidsville chorister miss Mildred Jackson Greensboro senior Leader miss Ila Hensley intermediate Leader b. A Leonard High Point director of distil to no. I Farrell James Greensboro i suit no. 2 mrs. Floyd Moore Reidsville District no. 3 and Rev. \ e. Parker of Greensboro pastor advisor. Officers were elected at a special session saturday night. Two High Point churches split the honors on efficiency awards Hilliard memorial taking the Baptist Union and the senior banners and North Park winning the intermediate and Junior banners. At the final session at which the total of delegates registered had reached 500, Rev. J. Harvey Saunders pastor of Florida Street Church in Greensboro delivered the inspirational message the High Point Baptist Church quintet presented musical numbers and or. Ford led in group singing. Greensboro was selected As the convention place for next year. The first quarterly meeting will he held at the first Baptist Church in Greensboro on june 4. Here san interesting cigarette comparison. See How its made by Al Conklin of Dartmouth smokers All Over the country Are learning what a. R. Conklin right is showing a group of Dartmouth men. It s a striking Way to compare cigarettes by simply notching them Burn Al is testing the leading brands to find the one that Burns Slou est which Brand won a wide margin the reason costlier tobaccos expertly blended in a cigarette that Burns slowly completely a smokes cooler of course recently a group of scientists ran this interesting Laboratory test on a bigger scale. 16 of the largest Selling cigarette brands were rated impartially. Camels burned slower than and other Brand tested�?21% slower than the average time for the other brands. Camels were remarkably consistent in the same test camels held their Ash far longer than the average time for All the other brands. Camel is the cigarette of costlier cooler Milder better tasting smoke. It cry cigarette. Every pack hosiery shipments reach High record the National association of hosiery manufacturers report for the month of March total shipments of All types of hosiery combined amounting to 13.141,-535 dozen pairs. This is the largest monthly volume Ever attained in the history of the hosiery Industry. During match 1938, total shipments amounted to 12,-076.842 dozen pairs. 8.1 per cent less than the match 193 9 total. In March. 1937. The previous record of monthly shipments was established at 12.-554.643 dozen pairs. All major types of hosiery with the single exception of mens half Hose increased in March 1939, Over March 1938. There increases Range from 2.1 or cent in ribbed goods to 41.7 per cent in anklets Slack socks i which Are a substitute for men s Quebec first Canadian City to Greet King George and Queen Elizabeth is pictured framed in the outline of the Maple Leaf National Canadian Symbol. Above air View shows the St. Lawrence River in background Grain elevators and skyscrapers of the trans Atlantic port. Inset Center is lord tweeds Muir governor general of Canada with the King and Queen on either Side. Half Hose and which Are i Clud Jed with other anklets have for some time been steadily increase Jing and the s May be the reason Why shipments of menus half Hose have not increased along with the other types. Cumulative shipments of All types of hosiery during the first three months of 1939, january through March inclusive amounted to 33.887.003 dozen pairs As compared with 30,649,439 dozen i pairs shipped during the first Quarter of 1938. During the first Quarter of 1937 there were shipped 33,873,880 dozen pairs. I the first Quarter of 1939 is the Helhe t first quarterly cumulative total Ever reached in the history of the hosiery Industry. The full Fash once Branch of the Industry registered a 10.1 per rent increase in the first three months of 1939 Over the first three months of 1938, while the seamless Branch registered approximately the same increase namely 10 8 per cent. In the it amies Branch of the Industry however menus seamless half Hose fell off 9,0 per cent from the first Quarter a year ago and Woolen goods fell off 4 9 per rent for the same period. I out on Bond Hickory May 8 up cd. B. Gail her of Newton former Secre a tary and treasurer of the citizen building and loan association it i Newton was free today under $25,000 Bond awaiting trial in i july on a charge of embezzling i $158,000 from the firm. Red Man in convention Greensboro May 8.�?</p a the annual convention of Tho order of red men and Pocahontas in Orth Carolina opened Here today. The convention will end on wednesday after the election of officers. A look How slowly the Camel Burns compared to the other brands a Albert Conklin Points out to the Bunch. Everyone agrees that camels win hands Down. A no wonder camels smoke so Cool and mild Al adds. Quot and that must have a lot to do w Ith w by camels have such an appealing taste a no need to go through the Day with a a a hangover headache that rack your nerves and interferes with business. Just take liquid Cap Udine and note How quickly head clears Pep returns and nerves Are calmed and steadied. Pleasant to take and does no to upset stomach. Try it for morning after. By dose at drug fountains and in 30c and 60c bottles. Cap Udine Cen risk. Usi it. J. Sam to . The cigarette of costlier tobaccos Penny for Penny your Best cigarette buy

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