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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Saturday november 4, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page seven Stream of War materials to Allied nations begins Rohac Herl fur says americans act vessel arrives i Jas soviet spies in Norway free Jamestown woman from her captors by holier Greene a new York nov. 4.�? up a giant trucks rumbling along the new York waterfront in an endless Stream signalled the a a lid a off on the shipment of War materials to Europe today under the new neutrality Law. Simultaneously with pier Sheds already bulging maritime experts began to pan against a recurrence of the Nightmare of congestion which choked americans no. I port in 1914-17. A for More than two years even before we got into the last War new York was swamped with goods piled High on the wharves and no ships to move it a said Cornelius h. Callaghan head of the Quot new York maritime Exchange. A we wont let that happen again at least. Railroad and shipping officials Are working out a plan to forestall dumping cargo unless there Are Bottoms to handle British shipping officials acknowledged that they already have a Good Deal More freight than a hips a but it was sail in other quarters that the British admiralty probably would step up the Tempo of the Convoy system in the immediate future to safeguard the transportation of Allied War or a is. Estimates have valued probable orders at $1,000,000,000 re thin a of a w week one official estimated the new neutrality Law. Forbidding american ships to enter belligerent Waters would take about too unite states vessels out of the North Atlantic Trade. A last minute ship a a swapping arrangement however was expected to prevent collapse of this country Smer he ant Marine through forced idleness during the duration of the War. The agreement Calls for British Titus to withdraw thir vessels from South american Trade thus mobilizing its maximum. Tonnage for the transportation of american War materials and turn the business Over to american ship Ping companies. The first effect on the neutrality measure on americans transatlantic shipping was the cancellation of the sailing of three u. Lines vessels that had been scheduled to leave before last Midnight for English and French ports. They were the president Roosevelt and the american Farmer carrying Only cargo and the Washington which listed cargo and 275 passenger bookings. Official of the u. Lines had hoped to Start the vessels on their Way before the new Bill became Law but when they Learned that the amended measure provided that vessels leaving America for belligerent ports before the act became effective would do so at their own risk they decided the dangers were too great particularly since the clause affected ship insurance. They announced the sailings had been a indefinitely deferred a which maritime circles said was tantamount to outright cancellation. Most of the liner Washington a passengers transferred to the Holland America liner state Dom and the Cunard ship Scythia. Ironclad secrecy marked the influx into new York of War time paraphernalia including foodstuffs surgical instruments Hospital supplies tents saddles tools explosives bombers and fighting planes which now have a Green Light for Export on a a Cash and carry basis. The big 10-wheel trucks flowed along the waterfronts from the Battery to far Uptown snubbed in sardine formation like a monstrous Supply column moving up to the front but their contents were closely guarded. Pier Sheds patrolled by heavy details of police opened their maw like steel doors when trucks approached and quickly closed again. A fleeting glance inside disclosed massive crates barrels and Cartons piled High to the rafters. Latest farm Market report fruits vegetables North Carolina snipping Point information and fridays sales on the principal wholesale markets As reported by the i need states agricultural marketing service and North Carolina department of agriculture. Prices Are confined to the ranges at which the bulk of the Stock of Good Merchantable Quality and condition old Greet potatoes so pm it its november 2 California 2 Delaware i Louisiana in Maryland 3 new Jersey 3 North Carolina i South Carolina 3 Virginia 2 freight 7 Relief. Total 25 freight. 7 Relief. New York Market Dull. Bushel baskets. L. Is. No. I not the Carolina Golden 75 cents to 1,10 South Carolina Porto Picans 85 cents to 1.00 Eastern Shore of Virginia Golden 05 to 8 5 cents Jersey Type by to by cents Porto till for. Is cents to 1.00, South Carolina Porto Picans Bushel crates i. No. I 1.15 to 1.25, Washington Market Dull. Bushel bask is. North Carolina Jersey Type 50 to 7 5 cents Eastern Thore of Virginia and Maryland Nancy Halls 75 cents Maryland u. No. I Golden 75 cents. Pittsburgh Market about steady. Porto Picans in s. No i North Carolina Bushel baskets to cents to 1.00 South Carolina Bushel baskets 90 cents to 1.00 Bushel crates 1.15 Louisiana Bushel crates 1.35 to i 40. Cleveland Louisiana Market firm Dull on other Stock. Porto Picans la. To. No. I North Carolina Bushel baskets 1.00 to 1,10 South Carolina Bushel baskets 90 cents to 1 00 Louisiana Bushel rates i 35 to 1.50. Philadelphia Market about steady. Bushel baskets 17. No. I and unmarked medium to Largo sizes. Virginia Golden borne dark 50 to 60 cents Jersey Type 40 to 50 cents Porto Picans 50 to 65 cents. Carnage Rochester n. A demand moderate Market about steady. Carloads and truck loads thursday . Usual terms and . Shipping Points Hassid on delivered sales less All transportation charges sacked per ton danish t y to wide Range in prices 15.00 to 19.00 mostly 16.00 to 18.00. Baltimore Market Dull. North Carolina i Bushel hampers Domestic round Type locally packed Best 1.00 to 1.10 poorer 75 to 90 cents. Washington Market steady. Virginia i is Bushel hampers. Domestic round Type 8 5 cents locally packed fair Quality 60 cents. Philadelphia Market slightly weaker on old Stock about steady on new Stock. South Carolina 1% Bushel hampers pointed Type 1.35 to 1.50. New York Market Arm. New York 50-Pouud sacks danish Type in to 65 cents red Type 75 to 85 cents. Snap Beans Baltimore Market Dull. Bushel hampers North Carolina round string less 1.25 to 1.50 Bountiful 75 cents to 1.00 Eastern Shore of Virginia Bountiful Best 75 cents to 1.00 poorer a Low As 50 cents. New York Market slightly stronger. Bushel hampers North Carolina Bun Titus fair Quality and condition 1.25. Florida Bountiful 1.37% to 1.62%. String less Black Valentines 1.75 to 2.25. Wax Flat Type Best 2.50 to 3.00 fair Quality 2.00 to 2.2 a Philadelphia Market slightly weaker. South Carolina Bushel hamper. String less Black Valentines 1.75 to 2 of. A s Martinsburg w. . And nearby j viols demand unlit Market steady. Cur oads thursday Fob. Usual As Bai ids vol a ii 8. No. I 2% to 2% inches one car 2.35 Bushel baskets u. No. I 2% in. Min. Yorks few 75 cents one car to cents Rhode Island greetings one car 85 cents. New York Market Dull. Bushel baskets Aud Eastern crates. V. No. I Pennsylvania delicious 2% and 2% in. Min. 90 cents to 1,15 Romes 3 in. Min. 75 Cerris stay mens 2% in. Min. 50 cents Yorks 2% and 2% in. Min. 90, cents to 1.00. Potatoe8 Presque Isles Aroostook county Points Maine demand fair Market steady. Carloads thursday . Shipping Points based on delivered sales less All transportation charges. Presque Isle rate 100-Pound sacks Green mountains a s. No. I size a mostly 1.23. 2 in. Min. U. No. I Green mountains. 1.33 one car 1.38 chippewas 1.32 to 1.33 one car 1.37 Kata dins. I 33 one car 1.36. New York Market Dull. 100-Pound sacks u. No. I Long Island Green mountains 1.70 to 2.10 Maine Green mountains chippewas and Kata dins 1.80 to 1.90 Idaho russet Burbanks 2.10 to 2.20. Chicago Market Dull. 324 on track. 81 arrived total 17. Shipments 4 78, carlot track sales sacked per cwt Idaho russet Burbanks u. No. I few sales 1.75 17. No. 2, i 30 to 1.4 0 Nebraska Bliss triumphs 85 to 90 per cent no. I Quality Cotton sacks washed one car 2.00, Burlap sacks unwashed one car 1.55, Colorado red Mcclure Burlap sacks washed Good color one car 1.85. Minnesota Hollandale Section u. Commercial cobblers 1.10 Minnesota Northern Section chippewas fairly Good Quality 1.05 to 1.10 Bliss triumphs so to 90 percent no. Is unwashed 1.10 to 1.25. Washed. One car 1.40 Early Ohio 85 to 90 per cent no. Is few sales 1,20 to 1.25 Wisconsin found Whites commercials one i 90. R. E. Smith is Hurt in bicycle collision r. E. Smith youth who gave his address As 807 Commerce Street received a slight injury last night when the bicycle he we Riding ran into a pedestrian and threw him off. Smith is reported to hav fallen from the vehicle when it collided with one Fred Hollingsworth of 519 Cable Street. He was fallen to the Hospital for treatment in Sechrest a ambulance. Local weather today noon. 38 Low last night. 33 High yesterday. 4 8 rain in inches.12 no t i i k meeting of Board of adjustment j. G. Goldston and j. A. Johnson have applied for permit allow ing the erection of a gasoline service station on their property formerly the Kearns property on the West Side of the 300 Block of South main Street. This location is Between the property of C. Muse and mrs. J. A. Turner. It is proposed that this station be allowed to store 30,000 Gallons of gasoline underground in one or More tanks. A meeting of the Board of adjustment will he held in the Council room of the City Hall on thursday november 9, 1939, at 1 30 p. In. Persons wishing to be heard either for or against the issuing of this permit Are requested to be present at this meeting. Board of adjustment. Jos. D. Cox chairman. 11-4-5-6-7-8. Funeral services for mrs. A. L. Vickrey who passed away at her Home in Jamestown Early thursday morning were conducted from the Home yesterday afternoon at 2 30 of clock by her pastor Rev. O. Vav. Fink of the first methodist Church Aud Rev. O. J. Jones of Bessemer methodist Church a former pastor Rev. E. E. Snow of pleasant Garden and Rev. V. L. Marsh. During the services the Jamestown methodist Church choir Sang a Rock of Ages and a in the Sweet Bye and Bye accompanied at the piano by mrs. Eddie b. Arm Field. Pallbearers were r. V. Hayworth Glenn Ewing j. M. Ewing George Robbins Raymond Robbins George Taylor h. N. Willard and Russell Robbins. Interment followed in the family plot at deep River cemetery. A a a ill to j u limn of Oil tin i Hilj to Ria Zuibi .0 i. I age la a Pittman a Nev of the Senate foreign relations committee and the other to chairman Bloom the House foreign aft Aba committee who steered the legislation to passage at a special session which ended Early lat insight. The Allied Powers were expected to begin moving across the Atlantic almost immediately some 300 air planes completed for them by american companies since the embargo went into effect soon after the War began. Final approval Friday Congress gave its final approval to the repeal legislation yesterday and ended the 4 4-Day special session called by the chief executive to repeal the four year old arms embargo Law which he said had worked to the disadvantage of Powers unable to obtain munitions near Home because of geographical Over the vigorous protest of a substantial bipartisan opposition the legislature agreed to repeal the ban on arms sales to warring nations but wrote into the Bill some of the most stringent regulations of american shipping in the nation s history. The latter were designed to avoid a inc dents and possible subsequent involvement of this country in the european conflict by keeping ships and passengers out of danger zones. The Senate adopted the final draft of the Bill 55 to 24 the House shortly afterwards by 243 to 172. With Little of the Back slapping and noisy finishes customary at regular sessions the Senate then voted 46 to 25 to adjourn and the House 223 to 189, both ballots being largely along party lines. The session ended formally at 6 35 p. In. When the House called it a Day. The hardest task of the state department chief was the Elmita Tion of the danger area from which Congress decreed that american ships should he barred. The prohibition against entering this president ully defined zone is in addition to the Bill s provision that american vessels must stay out of ports in England Scotland. Northern Ireland France and Germany and generally peaking. Those on the East coast of Canada. Furthermore this country s merchant Marine is forbidden to carry arms ammunition and implements of War to belligerent ports anywhere except by Inland routes to Canada. It was Learned reliably that an Effort was made to define the danger zone narrowly rather than expansively since it was Felt that it was impossible to relieve american ships of All risk. Reelected c chairman Guilford College. Nov. 4 Dean Dudley d. Carroll of the University of North Carolina school of Commerce a a reelected chairman of the Guilford College Hoard of trustees yesterday notice or service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against or. W. H Jackson and wife Celeste Jackson Robert Doak. The defendant. Robert Doak will take notice that an action entitled a above Haa been commenced against him in the municipal court of the a Tiv of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of amid action to to enforce the tax Hen against the real estate hated in the name of or. A l. Jackson for the year 1935. And the said defendant will further Uke notice that he is required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty <3q> Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin 8 Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 the Opu russian secret police has some americans on its Rosier declarer1 Robert Pitcoff pictured As he testified before the Dies committee in the House. A former official of amt org russian trading corporation in the u. S., he described that ostensibly commercial organization As a Beehive of soviet spies. News of coloured people girl m Olts to hold Candle Light service girl scout troop 8, 9, 13 and 25 Wei terminate their Observance of girl scout week with a candlelight service which they will hold at St. Mark methodist Hurch sunday evening at 7 30 of clock. The principal speaker will be Rev. R. C. Sharpe pastor of Brooks memorial methodist Church. During the service the most recent of the troops the four feathers troop 25 of Leonard Street school and six Mem Liers of troop 9 will be invested. St. Mark Iii full Rev. R. W. Winchester pastor of St. Mark methodist Church was resumed to the local station again by the conference that closed in Raleigh last sunday. Rev Winchester will preach his first Sermon Here since the conference sunday morning at la o clock. Brooks memorial Rev. R Sharpe pastor of Brooks memorial methodist Church and a Well known business Man of Greensboro was returned to the Church Here by the conference that dosed in Raleigh last sunday. Rev. Sharpe will speak at his Church sunday morning at la of clock and at 6 30 . It. Mathew holi Mohn Church there will be preaching Aero ice at St. Mathew holiness Church Corner Evans and furlough streets sunday morning at la of clock and sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. Rev. Re Johnson of Martinsville. A. Will begin a two weeks revival meeting sunday night. Personal William Henry Cole of Rockingham is Here visiting his daughter miss Mary m. Moore who is 111 at her Home 1104 Hoover Street. Continued from Page one i Sehland ended after British warships had sighted her on her Way toward Germany. Since leaving Murmansk. Soviet russian port where the German Crew had sailed her the City of Flint had traced the coast of Norway within territorial Waters to escape the British blockade. Her attempted dash for Germany ended As she approached a Point where she would have had to Cross the Baltic sea to reach Germany blockaded by a cordon of British men of War. There had been no indication however the British planned any attempt to seize the freighter. Disregard for norwegian regulations apparently hastened the last chapter. The admiralty a statement said a the american City of Flint with a German prize Crew was allowed to use norwegian territorial Waters from Romsoe southward. The ship accompanied by a norwegian warship Olav trygg Vason and one torpedo boat arrived at Hau Gesund Friday evening and anchored off Hau Gesund without permission. A was there was no valid reason for calling at the norwegian port authorities decided the ship should be Given Freedom and the German prize Crew norwegian naval officials said also a warning shot had been fired across the freighter s Bow when she failed to heed a signal from a norwegian warship to slow Down. There were reports the vessel was put into Hau Gesund to land an american Seaman who had become ill since leaving Murmansk. It had not been confirmed officially that a sick Man was aboard the City of Flint however and the impression prevailed among shipping men Here that the Quot sick american May have been a ruse to provide cause for the germans to Anchor at Hau Gesund. The United states state department at Washington issued a statement saying the commander of the German prize Crew had requested permission to enter Hau Gesund Harbor to deliver an ailing american Sailor to the United states Consul there. Imm Tok sent aboard a the norwegian Admiral promptly rent a doctor aboard the vessel to determine the facts a the statement continued. A after investigation. The doctor reported that the Seaman was not sufficiently ill to justify granting permission for the vessel to Anchor. Nevertheless the vessel did Anchor and the norwegian authorities then took the action outlined in accordance with International it has been estimated that the average automotive vehicle travels about 8870 Miles a year with 91 per cent of the Tripa under 30 Miles. Funeral services for mrs. Henley funeral services for mrs. Bailie Ingold Henley who passed away at the Home of or. And mrs. R. E. Snow Early thursday morning were conducted from the Snow Home yesterday afternoon at 3 of clock or. O. C. Williamson pastor of the first presbyterian Church and or. E. Ii. Blackard pastor of Wesley memorial methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were George or Wick Alex Whitley l. Mccallum r. B. Bencini r. Al Snow and or. J. G. Groom. Interment followed in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. As of Jan. I 1939, 82 per cent of the state Highway mileage was surfaced. By Chicago produce Chicago nov. 4.�?�? up a butter 397,894 firm creamery�?93 score 29%-30 92, 29 91, 28% 90, 27 89. 26 is 25% 90 centralized carlot. 27%-%. Eggs 1,840 steady refrigerator extras. 18% standards 18 firsts 17% other Price unchanged. Notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against e. Lowe estate Elsie Lowe Day and husband Cardwell Day. The defendants Elsie lows Day and and husband Caldwell Day. That an action entitled As above Haa been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Hen against the real estate listed in the name of e. 8. Lowe estate for the year 1935. And the defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to Tufe complaint in the said action within thirty <30 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939. Or the j Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin 8. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. Ll�?4-11-18-23 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against j. A. Kirk and wife mrs. J. A. Kirk. The defendants j. A. Kirk and wife mrs. J. A. Kirk will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county. North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of j. A. Kirk for the year 1934. And the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 130 Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin 8. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against Minnie g. Jones and husband w. A. Jones j. L. Craven. The defendant j. L. Craven will Uke notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against him in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of Minnie o. Jones for the year 1934, and the said defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the office of the clerk of i the municipal court of the City of i High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 130 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff this the 4th Day of november 1939 Irvin 8 Ingram clerk of the municipal court. Ll�?4-11-18-25 notice or service publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against j. B Kennedy and wife Flora Kennedy High Point 8avlng 4c Trust co. The defendants. J. B Kennedy and wife Flora Kennedy will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of j. B. Kennedy for the year 1935, and the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin 8. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 notice of blk vice by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against Henry Jones estate Kila Jones and Carey Lee Barnes Carri Brevard. The defendant. Carey Lee Barnes and Carrie Brevard will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Ca Olina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of Henry Jones estate for the year 1935. And the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolin and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Day from the 4th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. Tills the 4th Day of november 1939 Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. 11�?4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against mrs. Minnie Jordan and husband j. I. Jordan. The defendants mrs. Minnie Jordan and husband j. I. Jordan will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of mrs Minnie Jordan for the year 1934. And the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939. Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court 11�?4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against l. H. Jackson and wife Ruby Jackson. A j. Edwards. N. T. Wrenn and Garnett Barnes trustee e Green Christian Church the defendants l. H. Jackson and wife Ruby Jackson. W. J. Edward will Uke notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county. North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the us Lien against the real estate listed in the name of l. A Jackson for the year 1938. And the said defendants will further Uke notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolin and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be grantee the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court 11-4-11-18-25 the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939. Irvin s. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against ids Johnson. Sterling Johnson and wife Theodore Johnson Mary Davis and husband we. Davis. Etta Bogan and husband Henry Bogan Hazel Starr and husband Hoser Starr Van Johnson and wife Bertha Johnson. P. L. Gibson and wife Minnie Gibson. The defendants. Etta Bogan and husband Henry Bogan p. L. Gibson and wife Minnie Gibson will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of Ida Johnson for the year 1935, and the said defendants will further take notice tha they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939 Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. Ll�?4-11-18-25 the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 14th Day of november. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 14th Day of october. 1939. Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. 10-14-21-28 11-4 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolinas Guilford county. City of High Point a municipal corporation against mrs. Mary d. Thacker and husband w. M. Thacker o. R York. To. For Blanche Beach. Stella York administrator of o. R. York. To. For Blanche Beach and Blanche Beach. The defendant. Mrs. Mary d Thacker and husband w. M Thacker. Blanche Beach will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of mrs. Mary d. Thacker for the year 1935, and the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 14th Day of november 1939. Or the Relief preyed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 14th Day of october. 1939. Irvin 8. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 10-14-21-28 11-4 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against Guilford construction company it Al. The defendant Guilford construction company will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against it in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate hated in the name of Guilford const. Co. For the year 1935 and the said defendant will further take notice that it is required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Dav of november 1939 Irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. Ji�?4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against j. Marvin Johnson and wife Prudy Johnson. Beeson hardware co. The defendants j. Marvin Johnson and wife Prudy Johnson will take notice that an action entitled a above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county. North Carolina and that the purpose of amid j action is to enforce the tax Lien against i the real estate muted in the name of i j. Marvin Johnson for the year 1935, i and til said defendants will further j Uke notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said Tom plaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939. Irvin s. Ingram clerk of the municipal court 11-4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the a municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against w. Monroe William and wife Catherine t. Williams. The defendant. W. Monroe Williams will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against him in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of it. Monroe Williams for the year 1935, and the said defendant will further Uke notice that he is required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 4th Day of december. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939irvin s. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court 11�?4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against a. L. Lucas and wife mrs a. L. Lucas. The defendants. A. L. Lucas and wife mrs. A l Lucas will Uke notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action la to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of a. L Lucas for the year 1935, and the said defendant will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Day from the 4th Day of december 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff this the 4th Day of november. 1939 Irvin 8 Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against w. L. Langdon and wife Sault Langdon. The defendant w. L. Langdon and wife Sallie Langdon will take notice that an action entitled As above Haa been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax lieu against the real estate listed in the name of w. L. Langdon for the year 1935, and the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty so Days from the 4th Day of december 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in Aid complaint will be granted the a id plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1939 Irvin 8. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. Ll�?4-11-18-25 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City or High Point a municipal corporation against j w. Johnson and wife Clyde p. Johnson. Roy Johnson and wife Bessie Johnson Clarence Nelson. The defendant Clarence Nelson will j take notice that an action entitled As above a been commenced against him j in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county Nort Carolina and that the purpose of said action la to enforce the tax Lien against i the real Mal hated in Ute name of j. W. Johnson for the year 1936, and j the said defendant will further take notice that a la required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from tire 4th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 4th Day of november 1930 Irvin 8. Ingram. Clerk of the municipal court. 11-4-11-18-25 notice of Sale of land in the Superior court before the clerk North Carolinas Guilford county # mrs. Ethel h. Estes. Administer matrix of the estate of William i. Estes deceased is. Mrs Ethel Williams and husband d William mrs. Lizzie Kate Clive and husband. Who Clive mrs. Gertrude Jordan and husband Henry Jordan miss Annie v. Estes mrs. Joel Wrenn and husband. C. L. Wrenn. Mrs. Dorothy Smith and husband. Mckay Smith mra. Sarah Kinney and husband. Roddle Kinney. Thomas Estes and Ethel h. Estes widow of w. I. Estes deceased. Pursuant to an order of Sale mad by the clerk of tha Superior court of Guilford county. North Carolina on the 13th Day of october 1939 in the special proceedings entitled a mrs. Ethel h Estes administer matrix of the estate of William i. Estes deceased is mra. Ethel Williams and husband. D. C. Williams it als Quot the undersigned commissioner appointed in said order will offer for Sale to the highest bidder for Cash on the 13th Day of november 1939 at 2 of at the East door of the Guilford county court House the real property described a follows to wit being lots no. 8 and no. 7 As shown on the map or plat of College Park made by r. D til Leon and recorded to the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. North Carolina in plat Book 7 at Page 58. To which reference la hereby had for full particulars is to size and location this 13th Day of october. 1939 Ethel h. Estes. Commissioner. Walter e Crossman. Atty. 10-14-21.28 la 4 executors notice the undersigned having qualified a the executor of the estate of l. A Willard deceased lat of Gulfon county. N. C. This is to notify a1 persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to presen them to the undersigned at hut Point n. C. On or before the 14tl Day of october 1940. Or this Nolc will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said eatau will please make immediate payment. The the 14th Day of october 1938 m l. Bales o. J. Johnson executor of the estate of l. O William deceased 10-14-21-28 11-4-11-18 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of la City of High Point North Carolinas Guilford county. City of High Point a municipal corporation against John a. Smith and wife Ada l. Smith. W Welch and a. E. Joiner and United state of America the defendant. John a. Smith and wife Adal Smith will take notice that an action entitled As his been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county. North Carolina. And that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax lieu against the real estate listed in tile name of John a. Smith for the year 1935, and the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal Couit of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Days from the 14tn Day of november 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 14th Day of october. 1939. Irvin s. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 10-14-21-28 11-4 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation against Mattie Surratt estate and a. C. Surratt heir and R. Mclver jr., guardian and item for unknown heirs of Mattl Curran deceased. The defendant a Surratt and All unknown heirs and assigns of Mattie Surratt deed. Will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of Mattie Surratt estate for the year 1934, and the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in executor s notice having qualified a executor of the estate of w. E. Lloyd deceased late of Guilford county n. A this is to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned on or before november 4, 1940, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 4th Day of november. 1939. Walter Lloyd executor of the estate of w. E. Lloyd. Deceased. Silas b. Cavey. Attorney. 11-4-11-18-25 12-2-9 notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the Clov of High Point North Carolinas Guilford county. City of High Point a municipal corporation against. F. Slocumb deceased. Ethel b. Slocomb. Widow. E. B. Broadhurst and Helen Jackson Admani Straoss off e Creelman mortgagee R Mclver. Jr., guardian and item for unknown help a at Law of p. F. Slocumb. The defendants. Ethel b Slocumb. Helen Jackson adm. Of p. E. Creelman mortgagee will take notice thut an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in the municipal court of the City of High Point Guilford county. North Carolina and 1 the pure be of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of f. F. Slocumb for the year 1935. And the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina and answer or demur to administrators notice having qualified As administrator of the estate of Annie e Sharp deceased. Late of High Point Guilford. N c., this is to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned on or before october 28, 1940. Or this Nolc will be pleaded a bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This the 28th Day of october. 1939 j. H Walker 1213 Adam St. High Point. N c administrator of the estate of Annie e Sharp deceased. 10-28-11-4-18-25-12-2. Notice of service by publication in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolinas Guilford county. City of High Point a municipal corporation against Catherine Pollock estate d. M Pollock and d. M. Pollock. Jr., and Mary Perry Pollock. The defendants d. M Pollock d. M. Pollock or. And Mary Perry Pollock will take notice that an action entitled As above has been commenced against them in Tho municipal court of the City of High Point. Guilford county. North Carolina and that the purpose of said action is to enforce the tax Lien against the real estate listed in the name of Catherine Pollock estate for the year 1935. And the said defendants will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said Actium within thirty 30 Days from the 14th a of november. 1939. Or the Relief prayed for in said complaint will be granted the said plaintiff. This the 14th Day of october 1939. Irvin s. Ingram clerk of the municipal court. 10-14-21-28 11-4 t j

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