High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 8 1939, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Monday. Max 8, 1939tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry men Point. North Carolina Page five fishing season opens wednesday anglers will be mile to Angle i util March 31 of 1910 Raleigh. May s. North Carolina s fishing season opens wednesday and from then until next March 31 anglers will be free to Angle unimpeded by restrictions except Purchase of proper licenses and a few other items. The Trout season opened some time ago and will close August 31. The Small Mouth Bass season will not open until june to and will end september 30. In counties West of Alleghany. Wilkes Rutherford and Highway no. Is in Burke and Caldwell counties. There too. The open season on All other species of fish is from june to to april 14, following. Lake san Teelah is closed to All fishing from october i to june to. Except on specially chosen Days. Requirements for licenses to apply to both sexes above the age of its. Any person fishing outside his Home county must have a resident state License which costs $2.10. Or a daily permit at a cos of 60 cents. License requirements extend to All Inland Waters and to All commercial Waters except the Atlantic Ocean the Bounds. Cape fear River below Wilmington Neuse and Trent Rivers below new Rem. Tar River and Pamlico Rivers below Washington and new River below Jaek Conville. Non resident fishing licenses Cost $8.10, and a non resident daily permit is $1.10. Some counties require county licenses which Cost $1.10 for residents. Among the counties requiring them Are Alleghany Ashe Avery Buncombe Caldwell Cherokee clan Haywood Henderson. Jaik Eon. Madison. Macon. Mitchell Mcdowell Polk. Rutherford Swain Transylvania. Watauga Wilkes and Yancey. It is unlawful to Fer for Sale or ship any game fish. It is unlawful to any fish in Inland than by Rod and reel or Heok and line except that seining May be done for coarse fish in certain designated Muddy Waters and under supervision of county game and fish protector during july and August. It is unlawful to dynamite Poison or pollute Waters in any manner which endangers the lives of the Fleshe therein. It is unlawful for any person to use More than to poles at any one time in Inland Waters. It is unlawful to fish or take fish by a Uji Goering Quot traps baskets or set books. The bag limit and size limit of various species Are As follows Rainbow Trout 12 daily s inches Brook or speckled Trout. I daily. 6 inches Brown Trout 12 daily 8 inches Small Mouth Bass. 8 daily 12 inches Large Mouth Bass 8 daily. 12 inches Mattam skeet Lake Bas 8 daily to inches Mua Kallungi 8 daily 12 inches Rock or striped Bass. 8 daily. 12 inches red Fin 20 daily. 8 inches Perch Bream. Crappie Robin or Sunfish. 20 daily. 6 inches White and grass Perch it i it Ako acc maw12 daily 8 in Hes White Perch All Inland lakes20 Dally. 8 inches. It is unlawful to take in any one Day More than 12 Trout of All species or More than a total of 40 of All species of above listed game fish. Violations of the or regulations of tilt of conservation and Are punishable As misdemeanours and for the first offence the punishment is a Fine of not More than $30 or imprisonment for not More than 3<> Days. And for second offence the punishment is not less than a $23 Fine nor More than $2oo Fine or imprisonment not less than six months or both. Buy sell of at any time. Fish or take Waters other fishing Laws it department development seeking to consolidate Young people s groups in Thomasville churches Thomasville. May a a special Boyd fouls president of the Thomasville township Christian Endeavor Union. Is directing a movement for the consolidation of All Young people s societies in the various churches in this Vicinity. At the regular monthly meeting held thursday. Or. Fouls strongly advocated such a movement among such organizations As the Baptist Young Peoples Union the Epworth league and the Luther league As Well As several other Well known organizations. The Thomasville township Christian Endeavor Union includes the first presbyterian Church West end methodist protestant Church Calvary reformed Church Community methodist protestant Church. Heidelberg reformed Church. Pleasant Grove methodist protestant Church the first methodist protestant Church Zion reformed Church and Emmanuel reformed Church. Letters have seen sent out to the various organizations and a meeting Date to discuss the merger will probably be announced at an Early Date. The Hornbill a Bird of malays Sheds not Only its Feather once a year but also the lining of its crop. A most stars Are double or multiple systems a a Star spins on its Axis it Divide by centrifugal Force. Arthritis if you suffer with the aching piercing agonizing Paine of rheumatism arthritis neuritis. Gout or Lumbago if restful sleep is impossible because of the constantly recurring pains if you feel this affliction is slowly wearing your life away done to fail to get m y Aci n today. No matter where you Uve or whether you have any Faith in any preparation under the Sun. Come in for a package of pain killing Hyacin tablets. If you have suffered Tot a lifetime and have tried everything you could learn of without Relief even if you Are utterly discouraged do not abandon hone. Hyacin is guaranteed to give amazingly Quick and sate Keliel or your Money will he refunded. Put up in easy to take tablets. No narcotics no opiates. Liberal sire package Only 50c. Large Economy use la. Mann Drin stores. Rex All m ores. High Point Wougk naval Golube poet of attn log malign bub a a be Cpl n a a Tel a though Bird s Eye View of Danzig corridor where Hitler bears Down Baltic sea Bela Punim Suva Quot corridor Quot is not Mere Highway to sea but most 6av of Danzo above map shows where \dn1f Hitler currently turn to the brat. Single broken line shown outline of pol us corridor. Double broken line a Boss boundaries of free Fify of , is Bidi Germany seek. Across the corridor in which Ile Poluh bit Elf port of and several important commercial railways Hitler would build Highway connecting Germany proper with Danzig and a get Prussia furniture Industry made an uninspiring showing during past year accountants say Vinitial Survey comments on trends during j past ear and prospects for future a despite the Sharp recovery in production employment Ami pay toils during the last half of the year the furniture manufacturing Industry made an uninspiring showing for the years As a whole Quot states the 1938 annual Survey issued by Seidman a Selman Eert lied Public accountants. This is the 19th annual report of the aet Vitten of the furniture Industry to be made by this organization. The report covers data submitted by a Large number of furniture manufacturing plants throughout the country and reveals that the Industry operated at a loss during the year. Volume declined he a it ply the accountants study shows that the furniture manufacturer began to feel the 1938 business revival somewhat earlier than business in general. Furniture activity started its Rise Early in May of 1938. Whereas Industry in general did not begin to feel the stimulus of recovery until late june. A on several occasions in the past a the accountants report states a the furniture induct y has similarly foreshadow d coming changes in the general Busine strend. A was 1938 lame to a the report continues Quot the furniture Man fact u i Eros volume was Mountain last div. However notwithstanding this vigorous recovery sales for the year As a whole registered a decline of about 25 or per cent. The was the first substantial volume recession that the Industry suffered in five years Quot the accountant estimate that the total household furniture volume Iii 1938 amounted to $343,000,000, or about $125,-000, less than the previous year in the Low year of the depression 1932it is indicated that furniture volume dropped to about $200,000,000 Aud at the height of the Boom in 1929, it totalled Over $660,000,000. The shrinkage in the Industry a a volume in 1938 put it Back to about where it was in 1935, a which time its total output was about $335,000,000. The study indicates that the 1938 slump hit the bedroom and j dining room manufacturers hard est. They showing a loss of 28 per rent whereas the upholstery manufacturers came out Best with a shrinkage of 20 s per cent. Novelties chairs tallies acid miscellaneous items lost about 5 per cent. The aggregate living room and Library furniture output in 1938 is estimated by the accountants to have totalled approximately $165,000,000. As compared with $220,000,000 in 1937, whereas bedroom and Ryning room manufacturers volume for 1938 accounted for a total of $130,000,000, As compared to i t h $182,000,000 for 1937. Prices fairly steady the report Calls attention to the fact that furniture prices declined Only about five per Cern during 1938. A considering the intensity of the Price slump in some of the other divisions of american Industry a a the accountants state a furniture prices gave a Good account of themselves. However while the 1938 furniture Price decline was moderate it was nevertheless constant whereas general Industrial prices showed some sign of recovery when business turned up during the i he report estimates that the reduction in physical volume of furniture output in 1938 was 22 per cult below 1 937, and Points on Ilia tins is closely comparable to the Federal Reserve Boa id Index of the experience of All manufacturing industries in the Julio Sanchez right cuban sugar planter hooked this 244-Pound Broadbell swordfish near the Mouth of Miami Harbor. It is the largest Ever taken on Rod and reel of the Florida coast. Capt. Ted Lister has hold of the big Fellows Saber. Deep River news the mid year missionary con a Ference of North Carolina yearly meeting of friends held their fourteenth convention at deep River Friend Church thursday. I april 27. Three Hundred and sixty five delegates registered and i approximately 500 attended. Miss j Esther Baird returned missionary from India was chief speaker. A demonstration of the right i and wrong Way to conduct a missionary meeting was staged by the Guilford College society j Murray Johnson Field Secretary. I gave a talk on the a three open doors for women of the i Percy Thomas of Richmond j Indiana who is Field Secretary j of the five year meeting spoke at the i lose of the afternoon session. Thirty four societies took i part in the meeting. Maxilla Johnson of Greensboro was elected president succeeding i Ethel Payne and mrs. La tic i Woody Secretary. I the deep River society assist a cd by the High Point society j served lunch in cafeteria style. The wednesday night prayer i meeting was held with or. And mrs. Frank Smith. Letty Jordan i leading. As usual a Good num i Ber attended. Those visiting in the Home of mrs. Evie Thornton sunday were i or. And mrs. Morris Payne of j Kernersville or. And mrs. Grady j Green and son of the Abbotts Creek Section or. And or. L. E. J Tinsley Lloyd Harvell and l. C. Williams of Greensboro j mrs. Nell idol. Guilford College route i visited relatives i Here tuesday. Mrs. Rose Parrish has been constantly at the bedside of her i Mother mrs. Morris in High Point who has suffered a stroke of paralysis. Or. And mrs. C. K. Jordan and i children have returned Home i after spending the week end at Pine Bluff with relatives. Mrs i. W. Sears of High Point was dinner guest of or j Evie Thornton tuesday. Or. And mrs w. F. Wheeler i Lead As dinner guests sunday their daughter mrs. Blanche i Traynham and family of a i Lott s Creek. Or. And mrs. Arthur Jordan of Summerfield spent the week end Here with relative. Misses Margaret Rhodes Frances Thornton. Helen Smith. Pauline Doss. Pauline Thornton and Clarence Kiser spent sunday at j Lavers leap. Stuart a. And Law Sonville. N. C. Born to or. And mrs. Clifton i Wiliard last week a daughter. Thriving Region is a Model for rest of nation by Milton Bronner Nea service staff Ltd correspondent London May 8.�?adolf Hitler May regard the polish a a corridor As just another step in an endless expansionist program. But the polish people look upon the Quot corridor As a unique and vital area to hold which they would fight the whole world if need he. To begin with they resent the term they look upon the word and the idea As inventions of German propaganda. They themselves use the word which Means Quot land at the sea Quot and which is the historic name of the Region. Pom Orze is know to every school boy in its latinized form of the poles have another name for Pom Orze. They Call it together with certain contiguous parts Quot Poland a a which is a Superior part of Poland. They Hope to eventually extend the progressive roads schools and agricultural methods of a Poland a Quot to a Poland a Quot the backward Eastern areas. Poler Abe in m Dority about one and one Quarter million people live on the 6324 Square Miles of land which comprise Pom Orze. Nine out of ten Are poles the rent germans. The pole he the Flat Fertile soil. The germans Are tradesmen or own much of the land. Agriculture provides most of the residents with their livelihood. The area produces Grain sugar beets and cattle. Farms tend to he rather Large a vestige of the Junker system left from the Days of German control of Pom Orze. Lumbering is a second Industry. On the area s Baltic sea coast Poland has developed a sizeable Dep sea fishing Industry. There Are few factories in the Region cooperatives a both consumptive and distributive flourish there. Religiously the area is roman Catholic politically it is divided by three trend democratic nationalistic and authoritarian the last supporting the government of Poland. However All elements Are now joined in a kind of United front for Poland s defense culturally. Pom Orze is sprinkled with is hods which put the emphasis on things polish hut also teach German. The German minority is permitted to have its own press and organizations and goes to German school supported by to i a funds. The polish majority is rather european Zed and Many no longer Wear the colourful peasant garb although other customs still prevail. Only Means of egress at least six Good motor roads and a network of railroads across Pom Orze provide Eay communication Between Germany proper Fertile Grain producing Pomona is symbolized by this picture of a barnyard in a native far note the traditional peasant Symbol of Exvell being the Stork on the roof of the barn. Roundabout Ca be glimpsed the Flat soil and the fret which give Pomona its farms Ami Timber. It photos from Gdynia Anterica l Poland s fishing Industry is carried on by the Kas huhs a smallish slavonic tribe a which Resit in Pom Orze and adheres to the polish nation. Here Are in group of these sea faring poles a to women in native costume shove off for a picnic afloat. And East Prussia. One needs no i Torze without difficulty passport to go by train for the poles maintain that polish coaches Are simply locked in transit As they Ary when one crosses Canadian soil by train in going from Detroit to Buffalo. Auto and truck traffic Cross de control of Pom Orze is vital to their economic existence. With Danzig in a state of uncertainty. Poland has Only one other Means of Egres to the sea a the hand made port of go Yeti in 1924 Poland began to conv Gdynia from a useless Salt mat into a modern Harbor. Today stands among the six major o Tifental shipping Point. In i it has surpassed Danzig. O of of a Irr a no Oft in letter to the i Mer can Public in 427 neut fat a and in no Ion i Magazine t j country in 1938, w hich showed a decline of about 23 per cent. The report analyses the recon pm sements of the furniture Industry in previous years and concludes that furniture was Down to about 61 per cent of she 1929 ii vol whereas All Falt Turin industries in 193s stood Al about 71 per cent of i a i level. V wishing profits the furniture Industry sop rating insults for 1938,�?� continues the report a were 99.9 i nor rent Pooran operating profit of Only 1-10 of i per cent being realized on sales. After deducting financial and other no operating costs income taxes. Etc., a net loss was sustained by the Industry of 7-1 o of i per cent on sales. This compares with an operating profit of 5.4 per cent and a net profit of 3.9 per cent on sales in 1937.&Quot the accountants attribute the poor profit showing of the Industry in 1938 to the drop in sales volume lower sales prices higher unit labor costs relative increase in overhead and actual increases in certain kinds of taxes especially social Security t axes the report reveals that Fin ploy ment in the Industry in 1938 i was about i a per cent lower than in 1937. The number of workers estimated to have been employed by 1 he Industry in i 19.18 totalled some i 10.000, As compared with 139,000 in 1937, 50.000 in 1932, and 135.000 in 1929. Review of prospects in commenting on the prospects for the Industry Frank e Seidman. Who prepared the report for his organization Stiles Las follows a a in he furniture Industry during the first four months of 1939 i has continued the recovery j movement although the momentum of the Rise has recently slackened somewhat. New orders i during this period advanced Annie i 2d per cent shipments. 15 per cent employment five per cent and pay Rolls. 15 per cent above the comparable period in 1938. A what is ahead of the furniture manufacturer in the months to come will depend largely upon the trend of business As a whole and As to that there is much difference of opinion. However. There is Little difference As to the prospects of residential construction one of the controlling elements in furniture a future. A Home building continues to Register new highs in spite of War scares and Stock slumps during the first four months of 1939, nearly twice As Many new Homes were being built As in the same period of 1938. This is the most auspicious Start for residential building in to years and gives indication that construction awards this year May approach the building Levels of 1 929. Of the uptrend in Home j building continues at its present rate it cannot help hut have a noticeable effect on general business activity As the year pro mind your Al Aimers test your knowledge of Correct social usage by answering the Fol i lowing questions then checking against the authoritative answers below 1. When waiting your turn to go through a revolving door a i i should you he careful not to t j stand in the Way of those com in through from the other Side j 2. Is it Good manners to push a revolving door very fast when someone else is going through at the same time you Are 3. Of you Are waiting for an 1 elevator should you keep ringing the Bell 4. If you Are a woman who has a hat with a tall pointed Feather. Should you be careful to keep it out of others faces when you Are on a crowded elevator 5. When you Are with a crowd and the majority want to Stop to eat at a restaurant which you do not like should you argue for another place what would you do if it is pouring rain and your escort Parks so that your Side of the car is near a doorway to Tell him not to go around and help you out but to slide through and keep dry the let him get soaking wet. Going around to open the door for you answers 1. Yes. 2. No. 3. No. 4. Yes. 5. No. Accept the majority a wishes. Rest a what. Would you do a a a solutions a. Should i buy my new car on the monthly payment plan a yes provided you have an absolute guarantee of your finance company against any hidden charges in rate and a guarantee that you will receive exactly the insurance for which you pay. C of Marcia i credit company openly publishes its rate and makes these guarantees. The dealers who give you commercial credit service co operate in extending these guarantees to you. If you buy on the of Merciai credit plan you get every Protection to which you Are entitled. Accept nothing less. A by spend the Money you have saved buy your new car out of your monthly income just As you pay your rent. Pav for your new car while you use it. You will he surprised at the Little difference Between the Cash Price plus Cost of insurance and the time payment Price. Attends convention Thomasville. May % a special a or. Nat Walker optometrist of Thomasville and High Point left for Asheville today where he will attend the sessions of the North Carolina state optometric society. The convention will be held at the Battery Park hotel on May 8 and 9. Featured speakers will he or. W. C. Ezell of Spartanburg. S. C. Or. V. W. Leaven professor of education at Peabody Institute or. John c. Neill of the Pennsylvania state College of optometry and others or. Walker will return to the City wednesday. 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