High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 15 1940, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 15, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday. May 15, 1010the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point. North Carolina Page three unfair operators lit by a. J. Koonce local men to represent City at farm meeting High Point Man Speaks to state burial association in Raleigh Raleigh May is a several local men will attend a dinner meeting at the masonic Temple in Greensboro tonight at to 30 o clock for the purpose of disc ussing farm problems Nad the triple a set up in Guilford county As Well As North Carolina. Representing High Point township at the meeting will be p. M. T. Davis d. J. Hendrix Irvin White j. Koonce of High i Point. Pres c t Haworth Colie Shackleford flit of the North Carolina state r h Willard a. J. Smith and trial association urged members Frank j. Sizemore. Wage an Active and continued Feht against unscrupulous opera frs in an address yesterday. A the curbing of activities of cd operators is the biggest Foglem we said Koonce. Reported that Bonds of two or lore violators of the Law had Ken cancelled. Koonce urged the burial assertion men to cooperate with the lie insurance commissioner in Effort to secure a legislative prop Ria t Ion to provide better prevision. The North Carolina funeral lectors and embalmers ass Onate met with the burial Asso Nant. Each held a business Sis in yesterday afternoon. Ithe North Carolina burial cassation and the North Carolina funeral directors association ill fated today that they might b be Lenry Hanes of Greensboro ire tary of the funeral directors id that committees might be painted to discuss a possible Mer the two groups Are holding jut conventions for the first in. By f. Spencer lives parole Apt Aln Bruce h Caraway refer a Telegram from parole Lumiss Ioner Edwin m. Gill this a Moon advising him that gov or Hoey has issued a parole to Ley f. Spencer of Randolph linty. Spencer was sentenced to a their Lei in in the state prison on a Jot charge. He has served fax mately nine months of n. He parole according to or. Will become effective in four Iveda a leveral Hundred names of High it and Randolph people were led to a petition a King for the lie. Mans league dinner thursday postponed file monthly dinner of the Day s league of St. Mary a Epis-1 Church which was to have held tomorrow night has been ironed until next week it was minced today. It a juice recipe chef is rheumatic pain quickly recreation group holds open House spa recreation project has three centers Here High Point citizens have been invited to attend a open House Quot at three recreation centers established Here under the joint sponsorship of spa and the Parks and recreation division of the City. The main purpose of the spa recreation program is to provide free year round recreational activities of All people regardless of age economic status need or color. Secondly the recreational program strives to give employment to unemployed White Collar workers who Are qualified As leaders of Public recreational activities. Spa recreation projects Are operated and sponsored on a statewide basis. Local projects Are co sponsored by interested groups j and clubs who contribute mate a rials equipment and facilities. In High Point there Are three recreation projects in operation j two coloured and one White. These Are supervised by miss Josephine j Woodward and employ a total of Sis people. The to Al co sponsor i of the project is w. K. Bailey. Head of the Park and juvenile j department of the City. In addition to providing facilities the sponsor makes policies Sugges and assists in carrying out the recreation program. At present the recreation program in High Point is providing recreation for an average of approximately 1,500 persons out of the total population. The main age groups reached Are Between Fen and seventeen years of age. Activities which have been stressed during the last year Are games sports clubs crafts and music. Every citizen is invited to visit the coloured centers on William Penn Campus and at the Corner of Hilltop and Loflin streets Aud the White Center at Blair Park one r w Tedder broken into Here Rev r. W Tedder of ii East Commerce Street reported to tile police department today that his Home was broken into last night and that a portable typewriter Cine suit of clothes several shirts and a Small suit Case were missing. Polite investigating the Case or. W. A. Lambeth s portrait will be Given Virginia j. Unveiling ceremony will be held at alumni luncheon there on june 8 special to the enter Pilsen Thom As vile. May to. A a portrait of or. W. A. Lambeth a former resident of Thomasville will he unveiled and presented to the University of Virginia at an alumni luncheon at the University on june 8. It was Learned Here today. Several Thomasville persons plan to attend the luncheon. The portrait will be presented by judge a. M. Doble former Dean of the Law school at the University. Or. Lambeth is known As the father of athletics at of Virginia having served As director of physical education and professor of Hygiene. He served As treasurer of the National collegiate athletic association and As a member of the olympic games committee in 1912. And a member of the National football filled committee from 1908 to 1921. He is also the author of a Trees and How to know them Quot and a Thomas Jefferson a in 1930 Italy decorated him with the Cavalier order of the Crown. Or. Lambeth is at present a member of the natural arts club of new York the University club of Richmond and Art club of Washington. Al it i Tion the Jaycees Board to hold meeting Here the Board of directors of the High Point Junior chamber of Commerce will hold its regular meeting tonight at 7 30 o clock of the Sheraton hotel. All members of the Hoard and officers Are urged to be present. I an to frn. Kit of a my of to or in Imi m. Re it a Arripe lie a Nark 1 in Al compound in it with a quart of add Thow of 4 Wenona Ottren within itts Toto a. Horn. Net to by forcing a window. Officers said they had no clues As to the identity of the person or persons committing the offence. I you Root eth rom Yoni nothing to try t compound in tar a he amp iwo mow of Eckard a Walgreen s and Good storm Cen tar two Orris on Broadway Quot with tans Turner loan Blondel and George Murphy. Features at 1-523 48-5 44-7 43-9 42. Broadhurst a and one was Beautiful Quot with Loraine Day Jean Muir and Robert Cumming features at i 08-2 49-4 29-6 10-7 50-8 31. Paramount a those Stap Happy Marx Brothers Are Back again Quot at the circus Quot. Features at 12 5-2 53-3 05-7 15 9 38. Rialto o boat 29&Quot with Conrad Veldt and Vivian Hobson. Feature at 11 30-1 09-2 48-4 27-6 06-7 45-924. Fun a Vici or. I Quot delicious and these arc the reasons Why the pause that refreshes with ice cold coca cola is America s favorite moment. Every i body welcomes the pleasing taste of coca cola and the Happy after sense of Complete refreshment. The pause that no a a i. By drink of delicious and Quot refresh in r e f r. A bottled under authority of the coca cola co. By coca cola bottling co. Of High Point 24 Rast w Ashington strip Al project resumed after Holiday contractor maintains employees paid Union scale or More Chattanooga. Teton. May 15. Asp a a contractor arranged to resume work on a City paving project today with non Union labor following a a labor Holiday Quot protest demonstration in which three persons were injured. The contractor George White. Said a the Union wants me to fire my men and hire Union men. But my men done to want to be fired and in a not going to fire them Quot he said his employees were paid the Union scale or More. An estimated 3,000 members of the Chattanooga construction trades Council Al declared a a a Holiday a yesterday to permit picketing of the project. Luke Lea jr., of Chattanooga sub contractor on the paving Job was beaten by a group of men. Detective Captain Glenn Holleman said Lea fired into a crowd of demonstrators gathered around his trucks. He was arrested on a charge of felonious assault. War Extension to Holland Belgium threatens Large Market for n. C. Products Kaleigh. May 15�? to a an a other important Market for North Carolina agricultural products is threatened by Extension of the european War to the Netherlands and Belgium said or. I. O. Schaub n. C. State College Extension service director. He added a of special importance to us is that last year nine per cent of the exports of american flue cured tobacco went to Belgium and the Netherlands. The two countries also took 32 per cent of the wheat 18 per cent of the fresh apples. 25 per cent of the Corm 53 per cent of the soybeans and 71 per cent of the Oil cake and Oil cake meal exported by the United states in 1939.�?� a negroes run to death Bennettsville s. Cd a May 15.�? up a three negroes. Frank Ford and two of his children Burn to death yesterday in their farm Home. His wife and two other children escaped. The House was destroyed. Boy killed Charlotte. May 15.�?i up a Paul h. Brown. To. Was killed yesterday in the collision of his bicycle and a truck. Tile Quot elephant Quot shrew is one of the smallest animals known to Mankind. Automobiles consume toss Gaso line when the tires Are inflated to j the proper pressure. To cleanse the affected a y parts allay the ferry itch p and gently stimulate Bealing Najl a or a a ii j Samuel Hyman s annual graduation Sale resinos.&Quot.�?T?.1 a a we credit terms ii Sale starts thursday at 9 o clock save credit terms to a a a As a Oid in is co Quot of i off is of is co is in i f Liz Abe the Naomi miss a me Ica Dout Maquon lady ii ova n a t Alif or Awalt 17 Awalt 17 Awalt 21 Awala 17 Awalt 17 Awalt �247�?~ �297� 337�?~ �397� 4 Diamando 20 Dia Wiandt a a i i am �49�� 85 a in a in a. A 12 Mai Sto Alc Wandet is Awalt 24�?� Winston 15 Awalt �2yj of nato or Awalt �337� Amia Sadot 21 Awalt �397� a of Fie a n Iao ii 21 Awalt 4930 Crystal amp China dept. Reduced a Sterling serving pieces 95c Ste a a 33 off leather wrist bands regular $1.00 35c come to our Sale and save now on your gift needs. Every dept. Is reduced in Price. 128 South main St. Agreements with certain manufacturers do not permit us to sell some goods on Sale. 128 South main St. Complete stocks Elgins longines jeweler Hamilton Bulova Gruen

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