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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center no Industry High Point North Carolina monday May 13. I Evere reprisals threatened Chute troops mistreated Berlin issues warning to Allied nations through Neutral diplomats Berlin May a or any. Through the diplomats of e United states Sweden Spain d Switzerland advised great stain France Belgium and the Stherland today that any evince of dealing with German Pachuta soldiers in a manner contrary to International Law Ould Lead to severe reprisals. In the official interpretation of is note Given to the German a ors it was said the reprisals mild be carried out at a ratio. To to in in other words for cry Parachute trooper shot Eon by to International Law. Ten Piny soldiers would he executed. Authorized sources said there it uld he no doubt about the Mill by status of the Parachute jumps nor about their uniforms. Hose it was said naturally were afferent from other uniforms but ver Thelesa were clearly discern a be and known to the military roes of enemy countries. They expressed resentment a mum Nuques by Allied authors speaking of a a extermination German Parachute troops. This Guage was regarded As a pros sult to the Honor of the Ger an Soldier. The German embassy in Washta on delivered a note to the Merican state department with request that it he forwarded to e four governments representing. Interests of the belligerents. He text of the note it was said Ould nol be released until after presentation takes place to a. A statement by Premier Paul Eynaud of France that German Arac Huters under certain Condi on would he executed on the Jot caused particular resentment. Berlin. It was claimed that Reynaud it ought to incite the civilian pour Trion to disregard the Soldier at a of the parachutes and open e door to Quot barbarous French dispatches told of nazi Ira Chute troops disguised As pea its As Low country soldiers and Enas clergymen it was further i bounced that any such person Oflund Wear false Teeth with More Comfort fas Teeth. S pleasant alkaline non id i powder holds false Teeth More Only. To rat and talk in More comp. Just Sprinkle a Little fas Teeth your plate no Gummy gooey pasty a the or feeling checks a plate odor.1, ensure breath out fa8teith at v drug store. Theatrtsto0/0f Center a m it of Delight glorious Gloria Jean and Mel Odom after Bing Crosby in a heart warming. Fun filled Story that you la Long re Mem Ber Bing Crosby Gloria Jean a in a if i had my Way Quot with Charles Winninger caught in civilian Cothes or in a French uniform would be summarily shot Berlin military sources said the German Parachute troops were normally uniformed in one piece Grey Green coverall suits with but ankle trousers like ski pants and High Cut Black shoes instead of infantry knee hoots. They were described As wearing special helmets of Light weight Metal without the usual flanged edges and displaying the flying eagles of the German air Force As insignia on both uniforms and helmets. Premier Reynaud a assertion that the Parachute troops wore foreign uniforms was declared untrue. I a Al i a t More about methodists to Britain a new chief open meeting Here tuesday mrs. Hilliard gets $2,500 judgment Compromise agreed on in damage suit special to the Enterprise go kens Boro. May 13.�?mrs. J. J. Hilliard the former mrs. Beulah Snider of High Point was awarded $2,500 in a Compromise judgment signed by judge j. A. Rousseau of North Wilkesboro in Guilford Superior court today. Mrs. Hilliard who was the wife of the late w. H. Snider of High Point Hof along with his son. Was burned to death in the terminal hotel fire in Atlanta in May. 1938, asked damages of j. A. Ingrain As the result of injuries suffered in an Accident. She claimed that on August 2. 1937, she was Riding in a car driven by Ingram and which struck a truck operated by Houston Graves. She alleged the Accident was the result of negligence and recklessness on Ingram a part. Under terms of the judgment signed today the defendant pays the court Costa also. 5r0adhurst Hill Bent for hilarity Riding High with Hie Weaver Bros and Elviry a in old Missouri a ahoy Broadway Brevity a double or nothing cartoon news i Oday ties. A brother of local Han Dies in Asheboro special to the Enterprise Asheboro May 13. Robert Marvin Owen 54. Of Worthville. A former resident of High Point died at the City memorial Hospital Here last night at 11 40 of clock following a Brief illness he was born in Montgomery county january la 1886, a son of Murthey and Matilda Owen and had lived in High Point until about 30 years ago when he moved to Worthville. Survivors include the widow the former miss Mattie Spivey five sons. Robert. Marvin jr., Ned Garvin and James nil of Worthville three daughters mrs. Alson Gray Thompson Asheboro Mattie and Hazel of Worthville two Brothers. W l. Owens 119 East Commerce Street High Point and Joe Owen. Mired Mill and one sister mrs. Murray Cagle Admer n. C. Funeral services will he held at Union Church of Worthville at 3 o clock tuesday afternoon. Rev. A. A. I it Erly of Concord. Rev. J. A. Reynolds pastor of neighbor s Grove methodist Church and Rev. Or Anderson of Worthville will be in charge of the service. Interment will be made in the Church cemetery. Last Day Spencer Tracy Hedy Lamarr i take this woman starts tomorrow Marx Brothers a in a at the circus a a play screen Tien. At n a r Alto when Torch and Tomahawk spread their terror drum along tile Mohawk Claudette Colbert Henry Fonda More about nerve cont Maul from Page one it ear ago. Suggested that liquid acetyl choline if it Carne in Contact with a wound or break in the skin would make a Soldier unconscious for As Long a an hour. However says Blake Lee there were no suggestion a to Bow the chemical which appear naturally in the tinman body in extremely Small amounts might in adapted to causing to n conscious Ness through inhalation the military expert explained that the ga., said to leave no ill after effects to be almost impossible to detect but to smell faintly like geraniums would lie effective against the belgian Garrison at fort Ellen in my i Ihm Alist 11 Ley were equipped Only with Standard artilly filter masks. Coach Faus one Way i i cents per mile round trip to % less than double the one Way Lares a air conditioned coaches on through trains Southern railway system Palace theatre Salem Street c Thomasville today anti tomorrow a fifth Avenue girls with Ginger Rogers Walter Connally admission or a r Rem i Pihi Urb. Adults Loc Lor shot and saturdays till darn. Die a a $ it it is Bishop Clare Purcell Bishop Clare Purcell will deliver the principal address at the morning session of the District methodist conference which will be held at High Point College tomorrow. The conference will Convene at 9 20 of clock for a worship service. Organization of the conference elections and committee appointments will follow. Bishop Purcell succeeded Bishop Paul a. Kern and now in the second year of his administration ills address w ill be made at la j30 of clock. The sessions will be held in the College auditorium and will be open to the Public. The 33 reports to be made by the pastors of As Many charges will reveal Progress in All phases of the work. It is expected that All charges will be 50 per cent up with All financial obligations. Many charges will exceed this. Some will he Able to report All Benevolence paid for the entire year. A goodly number of additions to Church Rolls will be reported and much preparation for Many training school and vacation Bible school will be contained in the reports. The reports will also show much material improvement in new churches and parsonage and Church and parsonage repairs. The conference is made up of the ministers of the District and the 300 delegates chosen by the 33 charges. It is expected that at least 250 will be in attendance. The conference will open at 9 30 a. In., with a devotional ervice in charge of Rev. C. N. Williams pastor of South main Street methodist Church High Point. Caa dispute result toss up both sides claiming enough votes to win in Senate Washington May a opposing Senate Force issued contradictory claims of Victory today in the Battle Over re organi ing the civil aeronautics authority senator met a Airan a Nev leading the fight to Block the president s plan to Transfer the Independent Agency to the Commerce department told reporters t hat Quot we have the votes Quot to disapprove it. Adminis t r a t i v e lieutenants headed by senator Byrnes d-8cj, contended that they held an eight vote margin in favor of the Transfer. Some impartial senators described the outcome As a toss up. The subject was brought before i he Senate under parliamentary rules which will make possible a final vote tomorrow afternoon. The House already Bas rejected the reorganization plan utile the Senate also disapproves however. It will go into effect automatically the principal phase Orf the controversy has involved proposed abolition of the air safety Board whose duties would lie taken Over by the present fireman civil aeronautics Board the reorganisation measure May he one of the final controversies to come before the Senate it this session which administration leaders Hope to end Early in june. In some quarters however there Are demands that Congress remain Here because of the european War or recess for the National political conventions Aud meet again in August. Couple commit suicide after leaving note body of girl taken from Lake Marion May 13. Al pm the body of Virginia Parker. 18, was recovered from a Ftp Tahoma six Miles West of Here today and officers searched the water for that of Bill Henley. 24. Sheriff Grady Nichols said a note was found at the Lake telling parents of the Young Man and woman that the couple had decided to commit suicide. The motive Wax. Lot known immediately. Both Ware members of prominent families Here. Henley had been married hut was divorced. The two were missing from their Homes ast night. Sudden upsurge in steel making boosts percentage new York. May 13.�? up a i sudden upsurge in the rate of steel making this week in the United states to 70 per cent of the Industry a capacity was estimated today by the american Iron Aud steel Institute. The production rate is 4 2 Points higher than last week s 56.8 Pei cent Aud compar with in.9 per cent a month ago and 4 5.1 per Teal ago. Continued from Page one troops into behind the lines action. Britons should not be disheartened Quot when they hear of certain withdrawals Quot he said at a time when Germany reported these successes on the Lowland front 1. A drive into Liege strategic belgian stronghold with fall of the Citadel of the forts though outlying forts still Are holding out. Flank attacks 2. A flanking drive West of Liege to Ware mme 13 Miles away. 3. Conquest of Luxembourg. French reported the line of Battle in some places still was in Luxembourg though in some places in France 4. Conquest of northeastern Holland and opening of beaches in Central Holland to a Point Only some 35 Miles Southeast of Amsterdam. At Home Britain Felt the tightening pressure of the increased War Effort launched under the leadership of the prime minister who reorganized the government Over the week end. Churchill put two labovites into his War Cabinet Clement r. Attlee As lord privy Seal and Arthur Greenwood a minister without portfolio and a third Herbert Morrison into the government As minister of Supply. The labor party approved the action of its men joining the government at its conference in Bournemouth and pledged a its support to the new government in its Effort to secure a Swift Victory and a just seeking a Haven from her embattled country Crown Princess Juliana of the Netherlands and her baby daughters arrived in London. Prince Bernhard her Consort accompanied her. Hut planned to return to the Netherlands to resume duties As aide de Camp to Queen Wilhelmina Juliana s Mother. A Roundup of some 3.000 enemy aliens was completed almost Over night. In the Arl War on the continent. The air ministry Anno need Quot successful bombing attacks Quot during the night on the Waal Haven Ai drome near Rotterdam which the germans had wrested from the dutch for the second time. The air Force it said also had attacked communications in Germany Between the Rhine and dutch Frontier and Quot heavily Horn bed enemy troops advancing through Eastern All but one of the aircraft in the night raids returned safely the air ministry said. More a French hurry continued from rage one Quot this apparently was the dutch province of North Brabant where the dutch High command reported French reinforcements had made Contact with Ted. French planes zoomed Over the advancing German columns during Day and night bombing and machine gunning them time and again and bringing Down a total of 12 nazi planes during the night. A War ministry spokesman announced that edouard Dander member of the War Cabinet and minister of National defense arrived in Belgium yesterday. The spokesman said the French War minister accompanied by High British and French officials was received by King Leopold 111 of Belgium and visited outposts along the belgian French Frontier. The War minister spokesman said the action in which French Advance guards were backing up the belgians in their first against tremendous German thrusts in the tongues Region and the belgian ardennes was the prelude to a Gigantic Battle which might be expected in the next Day or two when the main body of the Allied forces will be in position. On the French main front a full German division was stopped in an attack East of the Moselle River the spokesman said. La the Ohre thai salient of the for Bash Region French outpost forces dropped Back to their first line of fortified positions when the germans charged after heavy artillery preparations. The French and germans also were at grips along the French Luxembourg Frontier. A French armoured car unit stopped a German column in the tongues Region yesterday As the germans sought to press on to the West after capturing the dutch City of maastricht. Tongues is in Miles West of maastricht. Allied planes subjected the German rear lines to a heavy bombardment. In Belgium a ardennes mountains German units launched a vigorous thrust with forces spread out along a line from East to West. In Holland the germans continued to apply pressure along the River Ijssel. Which they succeeded in crossing at several Points the spokesman said. But he added that German Parachute troop who landed in Holland had been rounded up and that the situation in general seems improved. Gibraltar on Rhine damaged by Allied air raiders cuts Railroad Basel Switzerland. May 13. A Ltd it a French artillery and Allied air bombs this afternoon i shattered part of the Stein Railroad Tunnel under Germany a Quot Gibraltar of the this destruction closed to military traffic a Section of the vital army Railroad incorporated in the West Wall fortifications. Passenger traffic on this German Rhine line we As Cut off after an attack on a freight train near Stein by a French warplane sat. Inlay. The new raid and shelling of the Southern Side of the Bridge of Stein Rock which the German Railroad pierces in a double track Tunnel severed Germany a direct connection with Bagel continued from Page one reinforcements Quot in Central Norway reinforcements have been sent to German troops operating at hos Joen and to. The group at Narvik stands in the defense fight against a far Superior enemy nazi vanguards previously had been reported 13 Miles West of Liege threatening the flank of the City where Kaiser Wilhelm a army was stopped for More than a week in 1914. Previously German sources had reported their troops at least part Way into the historic forts guarding the out from the German Frontier to Antwerp on Belgium s West coast. How the germans took the Liege Citadel was not told immediately. But Germany s armies hammering wedges into both Belgium s and Hollands defences have used a mysterious new weapon which in the German opinion May be the key to the French Maginot line fortifications. It is credited with having caused the easy downfall of Ehen email fortress one of the strongest i i the Liege Albert canal defense zone a break in belgian defences which opened the Way to Liege itself. A Garrison of i too belgians Laid Down their arms in the face of the secret nazi weapon it was reported. In the fourth Day of their land and air Blitzkrieg in the lowlands the germans made these claims Luxembourg the grand duchy in Complete nazi control. The Netherlands most of the Northern half of Holland including All of Groningen province and Harlingen on the Eastern Shore of the Guider Zee Ijssel me Erin German hands. Belgium a the Citadel of the Liege fortress captured the Albert canal fortifications the main defense line Between Liege and the coast at Antwerp pierced. The air a aviation supremacy with about 700 Allied planes destroyed in flight or aground. More about dutch forces continued from Page one a our Border troops in this part of the country have withdrawn further with Small losses and arrived within our positions. Quot mechanized German troops have reached the Langstraat. Quot in the Southern part of Rotterdam there still Are Small heavily armed German detachments but without artillery. Quot despite great German superiority in the air our air Force has bombed objectives important to a the enemy with exceptional hero a ism Quot j in sporadic air activity two German Heinkel air planes were reported shot Down by the dutch near Amsterdam while invading transports dropped More Parachute troopers. Amsterdam had three air raid alarms through Early afternoon hut up to 1 25 p. In 8 05 a in by. S. To no bombs were dropped. The first of the alarms came at 4 30 a. In. 11 10 p. Rn., e. S. T. Sunday and the two Heinkele were reported shot Down at that time. The Parachute troops were said to have dropped from several German planes that flew Over the City after Daylight. However the army quickly had the situation in hand it was reported and the City generally was quiet. Sniders leaned in dutch troop meanwhile clean i de up fifth column snipers in the Southern Section of the City where there wag fighting during the night. Withdrawn to new positions in i Central and Southern Holland a determined dutch army engaged German invaders in heavy fight ing along a re drawn front today with 20,00o British troops bolstering their Central positions and French reinforcements in Contact j with the nazis Iii the South. At the same time the dutch j High command announced the i army was a a completely master of the situation Quot in tile Interior. Enemy Parachute troops virtually i were cleaned out of Rotterdam i where theism Tell held Waal Haven Airport but were unable to use it because of heavy dutch artillery fire. Elsewhere they were reported wiped out or Quot rendered strenuous measures were put into effect throughout the country to guard against Roy further uprisings by traitorous fifth columnists. Civilians in the Hague seat of the government were ordered to keep their doors and windows closed and assembling of three or More persons in the streets was forbidden. Curfew already was in effect in the Hague. A new order from the commander of the army in the Field banned civilians from the streets Between 8 p. In. And 8 a. In. In All areas East of a line running from Amsterdam South to the belgian Border town of Lundert and in the entire province of North Brabant which Borders on Belgium. The dutch admitted German troops had pushed their Advance across the Maas Meuse and Ijssel Rivers at several Points. But an Early morning communique from the High command said that Netherlands Border troops were withdrawn Quot virtually without dutch aircraft bombarded the nazi columns. French troops coming to the Relief of the Netherlands 400,000,-Nian army engaged the enemy Iii the Eastern part of North Brabant where the Maas runs North just outside the German Border. British troops were reported occupying land and food water defense posts in Central Holland. The dutch also withdrew in the Northern provinces where there Are no defense lines. But this was j no More than had been expected since the Netherlands defense f lans were built around the ides i that the main stand c Ould Haw j be taken behind the inundated Central Region which form the i thief Lajoi duh news of coloured people music festival Well received by Large audience the third annual music festival held at William Penn High school Siu Day afternoon was very favourably received by a Large audience that filled the auditorium. Contributions to the festival came from Fairview Street school Leonard Street school William Penn High school the Community concert band the Marian Anderson chorus and Thomas Paige guest violin Solo . Paige who is a student at Winston Salem endeared himself to the audience with his masterful rendition of Quot of Solo Mio Quot by Capua. Though a student and without Benefit of a master violinist As a teacher his playing consisted of a violin technique interpretation. And Harmony even in the extremely High registers that one expects to find in the concert violinist. Also particularly noteworthy were the rendition of Quot ave Schubert by the Leonard Street school chorus Quot the hallelujah chorus Quot Handel by the William Penn senior hours Quot hear de lambs a crying Quot by the Marian Anderson chorus and a none but the lonely heart Quot by the William Penn Junior chorus or. Paige accompanied the Leonard Street chorus in its singing of Quot ave Maria. This selection brought to Light a new Young Soprano soloist Gwendolyn Chambers who Sang the Solo part very sweetly never faltering or hesitating on a single note. The first Grade of Fairview Street school and the third Grade of Leonard Street school delightfully rendered Quot Lullaby Quot by Vav 11-Liam l. Dawson. The Fairview Street school chorus rendered Quot Welcome Sweet springtime Quot and Quot hark to the mandolin a Well. And the Community concert band was favourably received for its two selections. The festival was under the supervision of mrs. Grayce w. Yokely supervisor of music with the assistance of mrs. M. Sneed mrs. H. Hart. Mrs. J. I. Hall. Mrs. J. K. Williams or. D. Ingram. W. B. Steele and s. E. Burford. Bra con Light to rehearse the Beacon Light choral club will rehearse this evening monday at the first Baptist Church from 7 to 8 30 of clock. More about fresh assaults continued from Page one Job and funds Are needed he said. The american embassy was an Oasis of Calm in this troubled capital. Members of its staff declared they had not intention of Moxa no the government itself was prepared for flight if necessary but officials said the situation St the front appeared a a stabilized Quot and tha Brussels a a in no immediate danger from land attack. Premier Hubert Pierlot said the German push had been halted near Ware mme about 20 Miles Southwest of the dutch Border at maastricht through which the nazis advanced to strike at the belgian Frontier. Break defense the germans were reported to have breached the Albert canal defences on a five and one half mile front driving a salient into the belgian line just North of the historic fortified City of Liege. The spearhead of the nazi thrust extended 13 Miles West of Liege thus threatening the flank of the ancient City which fell to the German 26 years ago after three Days of bitter fighting. Pierlot said that the Liege forts had successfully fought off heavy Fortal attacks and it appeared that except for the break at maastricht the belgians were still holding the Albert canal line. A belgian communique said that the germans had attempted to Cross the canal by Means of boats at one Point but had been beaten Back by heavy fire. The communique disclosed that French troops now Are fighting beside their new belgian allies in the front lines. Quot a French counter attack against enemy motorized units was it said. A a great number of enemy tanks was roads leading North from the French Border were choked with Allied troops moving up to the front and the government maintained strict supervision Over the civilian exodus from Brussels to prevent its interfering with the movement of these reinforcement. The capital already attacked from the air a half dozen times was subjected to numerous air raid alarms yesterday. In Louvain and Antwerp which also have been bombed sirens screamed frequent warnings. Behind the lines belgian troops were kept Busy mopping up German Parachute troops dropped in widely scattered areas during the week end. German Aerial activity was heavy and troop concentrations and lines of communication were subjected to a heavy rain of bombs. It was officially estimated that 20 nazi planes had been shot Down Over belgian territory yesterday and at least too saturday. Foreign minister Paul Henri spank told correspondents that while the situation was serious the government was not discouraged and that morale remained High. Or games in Mexico Mexico City May 13.�?cfh War games to test the capital s defences were conducted around Mexico City today by 5,000 soldiers. Divided into red and Blue armies municipal court has heavy docket local Man bound Over to Superior court on charge of breaking entering and larceny municipal court with judge Don c. Macrae presiding saw the usual heavy docket for monday this morning Many of the cases called being for drunkenness and Dis orderliness. Other cases heard this morning were John Williams. 1202 Kivett drive assault with deadly weapon nol pros. Floyd Tillman City assault with a deadly weapon six months suspended on condition he not assault wife. Dallas Dancy negro 1413 Davis Avenue abandonment and non support 12 months suspended on condition he pay $10 every two weeks to the clerk of the court for support of wife and child. Elysee Mckeever negro 604 Mangrum Avenue assault suspended on condition he not strike j 0 . Thomas Wilson City breaking entering and larceny bound Over to Superior court carrying concealed weapon four months. Bessie Addison Young negro 523 Leonard Street assault judgment suspended on condition defendant cause no More trouble. Ruth Owens. Negro 1106 Downing assault judgment suspended on condition defendant cause no More trouble. Carson Kaw Thomasville abandonment and non support nol pros. Claryce Osborn 300 Steele Street speeding capias. William c. Jones. Parkway. False pretence continued. James Deaton. 1802 Ogden Street assault with deadly weapon continued. Houston Ferguson 418 East Russell Street assault nol pros. Kenneth Woodall 711 South main Street assault nol pros. Luther so auth Winston Salem issuing worthless Check continued. Jennie Jones. 63 4 Street operating lottery continued. Raymond Blackman and Myrtle Lee. Fornication and adultery jury trial. F. T. Andrews Hickory issuing worthless Check continued. Ernest Fulp. 310 South Hamilton assault with deadly weapon continued. Nathaniel Wallace. 200 Phoenix Street jury trial. L. A Howard. Of. Airy operating car under influence of whiskey. Continued. John Harris. Charlotte no support continued. Joe Brooks. 812 Fairview Street carrying concealed weapon jury trial. D. M. White 113 Clay Street abandonment and non support jury trial. Raymond Abraham. Biltmore hotel reckless driving continued Vernon Hepler 511 Chestnut Street reckless driving continued mrs. Tate Helms. 117 Briggs Avenue reckless driving jury trial. Troy c. Winslow City reckless driving jury trial. Bob Lawrence 311 North Street operating lottery continued. Elizabeth Walker. 311 North Street operating lottery continued. Ethel Feinster 633 Fairview Street operating lottery continued. Clemmons Gannoway 6�6 Gurley operating lottery continued. Lillian Gabriel 718 Fairview Street operating lottery continued. _ l. O. Burgess 418 East Russell Street false pretence continued. Weath e r North Carolina g North Carolina partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday slightly warmer tonight. Winds hat Teras to Jackson Ville moderate West and Southwest winds fair weather tonight and tuesday. Randy Hook to Hatteras. Moder ate to fresh winds mostly Southwest shifting to northerly Over North portion tonight Mot Cloudy Cloudy tonight aim tuesday with showers Over North portion. Charlotte n. A. May 13.�? apis official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. Rn., to the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station Max. Min k fall Asheville. 73 42 of Atlanta. Augusta. Birmingham. Boston. Charleston. Charlotte. Chicago. Columbia. Denver. Detroit. Evansville. Galveston. Miami Mobile Raleigh ban Antonios 59 san Francisco. Is s2 snare. Of m Spartanburg. 73 47 Tampa. 82 59 Washington. 67 33 Wilmington. 68 54 73 42 .00 80 34 .00 75 57 of 81 46 of 59 43 of 72 58 .00 72 45 .00 79 65 of 75 49 of 81 53 .00 72 55 .00 76 59 .00 80 63 of 74 43 of 64 59 of 72 56 of 82 71 a no 82 57 .00 80 57 00 81 56 of 82 46 of 78 70 .15 87 61 of 82 50 of 55 39 of 82 58 of 62 is of 72 52 of 89 59 of 66 52 of 73 47 of 82 59 of 67 53 .01 68 54 of College Campaign dinner to be held on wednesday Dup to the Small attendance at today a luncheon meeting at the first methodist Church figure were withheld this afternoon in regard to the High Point College debt liquidation Campaign. Noble t. Praigg one of the drive chairmen made a Brief talk in which he discussed the increased interest in the Campaign. A dinner meeting will he held wednesday night at the first methodist Church at 6 15 of clock. At which time full reports will he made on the Progress of the Campaign. Andrew Jackson Post to meet tomorrow night the regular meeting of the Andrew Jackson Post no. 87, american legion will he held at Blair Park club House tomorrow night at 7 30 of clock. All regular members Are urge it to attend the meeting at whirl convention plans will be discuss cd and Allex Sty vice nun Art especially invited to be present. Wake up your liver bile without Chanel a and you d jump out of bed in the morning Ranis to go the liver should pour out two Pinto of liquid bite into your Bowel doily. If Trio bile is not flowing freely your food mar not digest. It May just decay in the bowels. Go boats up your stomach. You get constipated. You feel sour sunk and Tho world looks Punk. It takes those Good. Old Carter s Little liver pills to get thru two int of bus flowing freely to make you feel Quot up and amazing in making Bito flow freely. Ask for Carters Little liver Pill by Nam. 10< and 2&f. Stubbornly Refuge anything else county commissioners will discuss school budget next monday special to the Enterprise Greensboro May 13�?the Guilford county commissioners will meet Here next monday for a const duration of the budgets of i the three school units in the county Greensboro. High Point and Rural Guilford. The Board will discuss in some detail it is expected the requests i for capital improvements. A Survey of the Rural school has recently been completed and their needs will be presented at the meeting. More about Roosevelt continued from Page one is necessary for a the whole establishment of the National defense of the United with that in mind or. Roosevelt called to his office today Secretary Morgenthau. Secretary Woodring. Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson and general George c. Marshall chief of Staft Early said further conferences would he held As conditions warranted or. Roosevelt Early said will consider All recommendations and then make up his mind on what he believes necessary. The housefly is when it is hatched. Fully grown administrators notice having qualified As administrator of the estate of j. A. Murphy late of Guilford county. North Carolina this is to give notice to All persons having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before May 7. 1941. Or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons owing said estate will please make immediate settlement to the undersigned this the 3rd Day of May. 1940. H r Paschal administrator of the estate of j. A. Murphy. Gold. Mcanaly amp. Gold attorneys. A-i-1320-37�?0-3-20,. Notice of Sale in the High Point municipal court North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corp. Oration v. George Wilson estate. Mrs Fannie wit son widow George Wilson and psf or. George Wilson Noah Davis Ane Wile mrs nosh Davis. Frank Wilson Robert Wilson Sod wife mrs. Robert Wilson Lee Wilson. John Wilson and Mary Wilson Ben l Herman and wife Euiel Herman. Lot Renfrow and a Tussaud Wade Renfrow under and by virtue of an order Mads and entered in an action in the my. Nicl Nal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina entitle City 0 Slyh Point s municipal corporation. V. George Wilson estate or. Fannie Wilson. Widow George Wilson and wife mrs. George Wilson Noah Davis and wife or. Noah Davie Frank Wilson Robert Wilson and wife or. Robert Wilson Lee Wilson John v upon and Mary Wilson Ben l. Herman and wife Ethel Herman Lou Renfrow and husband wide Renfrow the undersigned commissioner will on the 17th Day of june 1940, St 11 60 of clock a. Most the East door of the Guilford county building in the City of High Point sell at Public auction to the highest bid Dre for Cash subject to the Cornin Hon of the court the property hereinafter described located in High Point township Guilford county. N. A. And More particularly described As follows 2 lots e state Street. Being lots nos 45 and 46 of r r Ragan plat of Hornev brother land company. Plat Book 6 Page 54, Guilford county registry. I see deed boo 481. Page 242. I lot West Green St beginning at a Point on norther aide of West Green St. And Runnin thence North 83-42 Faut 50 feet to Point thence n 6-18 w 157 6 feet to Point thence South 6-18 e. 130 4 it t the beginning save and except the following 4-f strip sold off beginning St a Point on the norther Side of w Green St. Aud Runnin thence n. 83-42 e 4 it. To a Point thence n. 6-18 w. 137 6 it. To a Point thence s. 55-10 w it. To a Point then s. 8-18 East 130.4 it. To the beginning also beginning at a Point on of northerly Side of w. Green St. Running thence n. 83-42 e 50 it. To Point thence n. 6-to w 168 57 it. To Point thence n. 30 w 14.3 it. To Point thence 8 53-10 w. 50.34 it. To Point thence South i e. 137.6 it. The beginning. The above described land will be sol subject to Street assessments and a. City and county taxes not included Lithe judgment in the above entitle proceeding said property was muted in name c Geo. Wilson estate for year 1936. This the 13th Day of May 1940 h l. Baumgardner commission -ii-20-27,

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