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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 15, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina wednesday november 15, 1939 Ive suspects Doris Davison s Mel Odears n o Hara Case to appear Here on thursday taken in raid Stoddard s knifing de scribed As hoax by headline Hunter Chicago. Nov. 15.�? up a in estimators of the slaying of retard j. Of Hare. Wealthy turf Man eld for questioning today five Ion seized in a Midnight raid ii the paddock nub in saharan Cicero once the principal Amain of the Al Capone mob. Lieut. Thomas Kelly and two Iliad of states attorneys Boce visited the club not Long after prosecutor Thomas j. Court it Woof Center on thu stack in pm Khon Evelyn Brent screen Star assisted by Harry Fox in a revue extravaganza the 1940 roadshow hit a streets de Paree a plus a stage Piffl of glorious girls $2,000,0 oof re series blamed n arsonists t. P. Hardie rites will be thursday faulty Bills of indictment found Center on stage Evelyn Brent glorious movie actress in person with Harry Fox. Broadway and screen Star in a a streets de on screen Charlie Ruggles. Mary Boland in a a night work a stage shows tonight at 7 00 and 9 15. Feature at 5 35-7 50-10 05. Broadhurst a a Biondie brings up baby Quot with Penny Singleton Arthur Lake added enjoyment Leon Errol comedy color Novelty color cartoon features at 2 42-4 30-6 08-7 35-9 42. Paramount Shirley Temple in a Susannah of mounties with Randolph Scott. Added entertainment color musical act miniature act features at 5 45-7 41-9 37. Rialto a four Atria in White with Florence Rice Kent Taylor. Ann Rutherford last time today features at 4 14-6 12-7 50-9.38. Hoey a Eure Man on screen fun is on the Loose c la ihl1k Ruggles Mary Roland in a night work a j Isa howl from Star i to finish �?oblond1e brings up baby a with Arthur Lake pkwy Singleton in in Mim in Doris Davison a Mel Odears. Coming Here on thursday november 16. At 8 p. In. At the senior High school auditorium by their graciousness and Charm make doubly enjoyable their vocal and instrumental offerings. These three Young ladies bring music that is modern different and colourful and High lighted by the youth and Beauty of the performer. Miss Davison comes from the world famed Eastman school of music located in Rochester one of America s most musical cities. Much radio broadcasting teaching. And concert work contribute to her Broad experience. She holds the ring of excellence awarded by Sigma Alpha Iota National musical sorority and has been recipient of several other honors. Her contralto voice and personality will he one of the features of i his year s entire series. Mis Ruth Trump artist Pupil of Leon Sametini and graduate of Chicago musical College is not Only an artist on the violin her major instrument hut also enjoys using the oboe for Light and humorous works. One selection she will play on the oboe is the a March of the clowns from the a bartered Bride by Smetana. Lovely miss Trump makes a charming stage picture As she plays the melodies dear to the hearts of All lovers of the melodies of Pagainini Ysaye and Kreisler. Miss Trump is also a sympathetic accompanist. The third member of the company is miss Mary Guthrie who started her concert career As a pianist at the age of nine. But she became fascinated with the Harp and though everyone expected her to become a virtuoso on the piano it was with the Harp that she really made a name for herself. She was an artist Pupil of Joseph Vito harpist of the Chicago symphony orchestra. Miss Guthrie a repertoire covers All the Standard solos for the Harp. In her program she also to the Delight of every audience plays the modern syncopated numbers made famous by such orchestras As Paul Whiteman a. Hay Kyser a. And Phil Spitalny and his a hour of this program is refreshingly different modern and thoroughly done from the musical standpoint. It is the third in the series being sponsored by the Civ Tau club. Raleigh nov. up a North Carolina democrats Ace going to present a a ii pitied front at the party a National convention and try to get governor Hoey nominated for the presidency Secretary of state that kure predicted yesterday. Kure replying to a request from e. B. Germany of Dallas tex., chairman of the gamer for president committee said of he understood sentiment in North Carolina the party would a most certainly support Hoey. Germany wanted information on the feeling of North Carolina democrats regarding the possibility of the presidential candidacy of vice president Garner. Germany Aid he understood tar Heel let Cmor rats would support Hoey. Rut he asked their Upky it of gamer As a a second Chehalis. Wash., nov. 15. I pm a $2,000,000 series of fires in Pacific Northwest Industrial plants the last two years was attributed by authorities today to two transient who pleaded guilty to first degree arson in a $200,-000 Blaze Here last july. A Deputy prosecutor B. Dysart said the younger of the two Robert Walzer. 22. Of Rome n. confessed that he and Fred Stine 4 7, Rochester n. Y., had set More than 4 0 fires in Washington and Oregon. A peculiarly marked Boot print found at the scene of several of the fires was the clue which led to the arrests. Walzer and Stine pleaded guilty in Superior court yesterday Only to the fire last july 27 at the Chehalis lumber Mill Iron works and Dairy Plant. Judge a a. Studebaker deferred sentence. Stine said in court that he and his companion set it for a stranger who paid them $200 without explaining Why he wanted the Mill burned. The two apparently enjoyed the fires and usually remained at the scene to watch fire Crews Battle the flames. Sullivan said died from heart attack Here yesterday and trial halted slight quake Felt in East continued from Page one suburban new York mayor slain by cop continued from Page Ona and was shot paper Telephone switchboards like Broadway signs. The Philadelphia electrical Bureau at City Hall \ received More than 6,000 puzzled i inquiries. Wilmington gets scare the greatest alarm was Felt in Wilmington del., and Gibbstown j Pennsville and Deepwater. N. J., Sites of powder and chemical plants. Residents tumbled into the Street crying a which Plant blew up a rumbling like Distant Thunder j the Shock knocked Down pictures overturned furniture and brought out emergency guards against fire. Schlesinger said chances Are i a pretty Good that we May have More shocks within the next 24 hours but they will be Little Fel j lows Uke this funeral services Tor Tom p. Hardie 54, Well known resident of this City for the past 12 years who died suddenly of a heart attack yesterday afternoon will be conducted from the residence 219 Thurston Street thursday afternoon at 2 3u of clock. Or. A. B. Conrad pastor of the first Baptist Church will officiate and interment will be made in the family plot in Oakwood cemetery. The body will be removed to the residence this afternoon at 4 30 of clock. Or Hardie was stricken at 223 Mangum Avenue where hot had gone for Aid after he became suddenly 111 while driving his car Home to lunch. Coroner Wallace g. Freemon said death resulted from a heart attack. He was born in Halifax county va., on May 15, 1885. A son of Thomas Lanier and Mary Piffard Hardie and was first married to miss Mary Lee Roberts of Roanoke va., who passed away in 1919. On August la 1921, he was married to mrs. Mildred Garland Shelton of this City who survives. Also surviving Are a daughter miss Alfreda Hardie a student at Campbell College a brother Drew Hardie of Mckinney a. Three Sisters. Mrs. John Weatherford Aud mrs. John Clardy of Halifax i a., and miss Jennie Hardie of Washington d. C. Or. Hardie was employed by the High Point store company Here and has been a resident of the City for the past 12 years coming Here from Chase City a. He was a member of the first Baptist Church of High Point and of the masonic Lodge at Chase City. A. High pointers charged w Ith embezzling whiskey weather local weather today noon. 67 Low last night. 36 High yesterday. 66 tobacco averages si8 per Hundred Quality of Leaf declines slightly Ney ordered a Roundup of All Capone hoodlums for questioning in the o Hare Case. Twenty patrons were being entertained by musicians when the j squads arrived at the club which includes a cocktail bar and rear i room and an office. Lieut. Kelly j said he went there to a look the j place Over for angles on the o Hare pistols record Book he said they found a couple of pistols and a record Book which will be examined he described three of the men seized As collectors for a Slot machine Syndicate. The other two were described As exercise boys at sports Palace theatre Salem Street Cion Joy Able Thomasville coming tomorrow a everything on ice a Irene Barf. Edward Kennedy last times today Jones family in Hollywood Quot admission adults 15c of Oft except it Zoc sat Urda is ii a 0 a i a i to Man s Park the race track which of Hare headed and which is Only a few blocks from the paddock club. The club was listed As a return address in a letter found a pert Stoddard. 21, in los Angeles yesterday a letter Puvion i ing to link Stoddard in the of Hare killing but which the youth later admitted los Angeles police said was a hoax written to himself. May re a falling of i a state s attorney Courtney said he was trying to determine whether of Hare had secret connections with Capone or remnants of the Capone Sang and if so whether the slaying last wednesday was ordered by mobs men because of a falling out Between of Hare and a the among those questioned were municipal judge Eugene j Holland and Johnny Patton Secretary treasurer and largest stockholder of sport Many a l a. A judge Holland said his connections with of Hare were in a joint real estate venture with others and that he had never heard of hares name linked to Capone or other gangsters. Disarm the assailant once in the body. Mayor Edwards died after being taken to Long Beach hos j Pital. Walsh a condition was described As serious. Long reach a favorite spot just outside of new York City has a permanent population of approximately 6.000. In addition thousands of new yorkers maintain summer Homes there. Mayor Edwards was about 48. He is survived by his widow one son and four daughters. Fre h Jap reinforcements open new drive in China continued from Pirge one full time keeper appointed for Kernersville cemetery children 10c 8 Stoddard s act described As hoax special to the Enterprise Kernersville. Nov. 15.-�? Pete Hastings president of the mount our cemetery corporation the oldest organization in Kernersville having been in existence for the past 45 years has announced the employment of a full time cemetery keeper in the person of a c. Phillips. Of Kernersville. Many improve ments have been made recently on the cemetery grounds in a hiding walk ways running North and South six feet in Width and other walkways running East and West five feet in Width. The local cemetery covers an area of eight acres much of which is now covered with Green italian and Blue grass. Live it again. A hat delirious decade when America wild and killers ran America ran flaming youth flapper Quot porting Kirt higher. ,. Stockings lower mobsters making million on Bootleg booze the roaring epic of a roaring epoch. A. Told in a Way you la never forget with Humphrey Bogart Gladys George a Jeff Lynn 3 thrilling Days starting tomorrow Lor Angeles nov. 15.�? a a Albert Russell Stoddard 21, described by his aunt As a a sensation seeker and headline remained in police custody today for investigation of what officers termed a hoax attempting to link him with the Chicago slaying of Edward j. O Hare race track president. Del Lieut. A Roy Sanderson said Stoddard a former jockey had written himself a letter signing cryptic initials warning himself against possible danger As an aftermath of the of Hare shooting. Which of curried in Gangland fashion last wednesday. Stoddard continued to insist that a was stabbed monday night by two men on a downtown Street. He was wounded superficially. Sanderson quoted the youths aunt mrs. Dewey Imbeau of Hollywood As expressing belief the four slashes were self inflicted. He said mrs Imbeau told of receiving a letter from Stoddard s Mother disclosing he had sent her a self addressed letter asking her to mail it. Or my a ii v i in i in j deaths and 80 Miles South of Manning a Kwangsik province army renter. Lakhoi 300 Miles West of Hon Kong is just North of Hainan Island strategic base which the japanese seized last feb. To. In imbed Tak hoi on the same Date. Japanese naval planes bombed Lakhoi. Inconclusive fighting has continued in the Southern area. Lending support to the belief that a broader Southern offensive finally had been launched was a statement by the japanese foreign office in Tokyo today saying a in connection with the operations just undertaken the japanese government will adhere strictly to the policy hitherto pursued toward third Powers a Lakhoi and Hainan Island Are near indo China and have been viewed As lying within the French sphere of influence. Only to Xvi talk Kai Syiek when the japanese took Hainan both Britain and France inquired a to japanese Aims and were told the occupation would continue Only As Long As necessary to wage War against Generalissimo Chi aus Kai Shek. Britain is interested in the Gulf of Tonking area because of its proximity to the big British base of Singapore. The japanese offensive in North China and the Yangtze Valley has been quiescent since the chinese reported they had hurled Back an elaborate japanese drive in Honan and Supeh provinces five weeks ago. Havard h. Ellington a b fat eve Illk nov. 15.�?<zp funeral services probably will be held in Richmond. Va., for Bayard h. Ellington 71, president of Ellington Fay lumber company Here. He died yesterday while playing Golf. Ellington was a native of Johnston county. He went to Richmond in 1s54 and became extensively engaged in the lumber business. He came Here in 1931. Among the survivors Are i widow two sons a daughter a brother and two bisters. German a boat captures prize Winston Salem nov. 15.�? $ our warehouses Here reporting sales of tobacco yesterday gave estimates totalling 1.250.000 sounds of Leaf at an average of 1 in a Hundred. The Quality of Leaf had declined slightly from Ion Day a offerings. Sales supervisor Booth stated All houses scheduled for sales yesterday cleared their floors or. Booth Aid. Good Quality tobacco brought from 132 to Over 965 a Hundred in a few instances Here ars a few of the Good sales reported a of a pox 20 a. 18 40, 28 is 32 144 of 31. 84 29. 69 <8 28 Iso a 27, and 86 fit 26 G. Atkinson 240 2 ii 118 ? 27 and 154 Liberty at Chappell. 456 of 28, 374 27 and 384 fit 23 Lovell St aig2 a a 29 Pauline Inman 50 it 29, and 232 28 Meigs Whitt 14 59. And 162 fir 40 a. M. Smith 62 fit 33350 of 26 and 2j Al in amp la 110 j and 192 it 28 cd e. Booze at Hunter. 462 in 2j 37fl, 27�?� so 22>j Chilton. 142 of 59 176 fit i and 250 of 30 j. W. Martin 36 of 41, and 128 Quot 2ha Stell a r. 434 of 18. 386 22 162 of 24. And 190 Ltd 27 Flippin a Tilley 338 31, 224 of 27. And 206 h 26 Sam Bullins 20 cd 35, 20 of 40, and to e. 28 j. V. Albert. 104 in 26 and 172 a 25. C. E. Clark. 44 of is 26 v. 47. And 140 n 30 h. H Groce 34 of 32. 32 # 28. And 132 of 27 Caudle 8 l., 146 of 27, and 186 fit 27 Wlllie Sams. 152 a a 34, 314 23�. 128. 23 and 378 27 d b. Thomas. 154 a 36 276 of 27. And 214 it 21k j k Holland. G8 a 30, 160 it Ltd 30 and 136 fit 26 Paul Hiu. 342 a a 24 ,. And 182 it 29 d w Coe 418 Jima be a Young 60 32 Lonnie Inman. 26 to 30 and 406 it 25 Mcnett at Parrish. 20 i 50 340 of 30 and 476 ii 26 Robert Gwaltney. 50 of 49. 130 a 26, and 192 w 25 t l Hayes at Baker. 362 of 27, 86 of 29. 284 of 29. 50 of 35. 220 of 33, and 42 of 40 o w. Young. 248 of 29, 106 of 27, 86 Ltd 26, c. L. Orrell 124 of 30. And 500 of 25. Gray Joyner. 296 of 31. And 154 a 28 j. F Harris. 140 of is 168 of 27, 192 of 27. And 118 of 28. Ayer a a no of 28, 62 of 27. And 266 of 22 a At g. Moxley. 16 60, 30 of 57, 56 of 48, 38 of 49, and 80 of 33 George Arrington 78 a 55, 38 of 43 66 of 33, 170 fit 26, and 206 of 25. H. L Lanning. 50 it 59, 40 40, and 140 of 27 Breeze amp m 48 of 50, 130 of 38 380 of 38. And 284 of 27. Special to the Enterprise Greensboro nov. 15.�?the trial of four High Point men on charges of embezzlement and conspiracy to embezzle $3,500 Worth of liquor was halted yesterday afternoon w Hen judge John h. Clement presiding Over a regular term of Superior court found Bills of indictment against the defendants faulty. The four were Frank Davis Irving Davis j. F. Bluford Aud c. M. Hart. The indictments charged that the men conspired to embezzle and embezzled 178 cases of whisky consigned and belonging to the Vance county alcoholic beverage control Board in Henderson. Shortly after the Case was called yesterday afternoon counsel for the defense introduced evidence tending to show that the cargo of whisky actually was the property of an insurance company and judge Clement found that because of this evidence the Bills of indictment were faulty. To substantiate his Contention that the liquor belonged to the insurance company the attorney produced evidence that a suit had been started in another state by the Shenley corporation of new York against the company alleging that the latter was the owner of the whisky. Judge Clement pointed out that in View of this evidence the Case would have to be dropped and amended indictments prepared. The state is alleging that the cargo of whisky consigned to the Vance a. B. C. Board was actually sold and delivered to Frank Davis at that time proprietor of a service station on the Greensboro High Point High Way. In this Contention it has purported confession of Hart which he allegedly admits the Harts statement it was that instead of North Carolina fair to partly Cloudy tonight and thursday not much change in temperature Light scattered Frost in Southeast portion tonight. Winds Sandy Hook to Hatteras gentle variable winds Over North portion becoming moderate South and Southwest and gentle North and Northeast portion and fair thursday. Hatteras to Jacksonville Light to moderate Northeast and East winds partly overcast weather tonight and thursday. Fair to moderate winds Over South weather tonight and Charlotte. Nov. 15�? apis official weather Bureau records of tile temperature and rainfall for the 24 Houri ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas and elsewhere station Atlanta Birmingham Columbia Denver ,. Detroit Galveston Hatteras. Jacksonville ,. Key West. Little Rock los Angeles Memphis. Meridian. Miami. Mils St. P. Mobile. It. Mitchell new Orleans. New York Raleigh. San Antonio. San Francisco Spartanburg. Tampa. J Washington a Wilmington in j a h. L. R fall 63 30 of 67 34 of 68 40 of 68 35 of 66 31 of 66 33 of 61 39 of 70 32 of 64 30 of 31 37 of 65 37 of 65 30 of 60 143 of 72 60 of 79 69 03 66 38 00 80 57 of 68 32 of 70 43 of 77 73 of 39 38 of 72 59 of 49 34 of 66 62 of 41 29 of 66 37 of 65 54 of 63 52 of 66 38 of 73 64 of 34 32 00 65 41 of conspiracy. In alleged delivering Derson he to Hen to High owner of i to Davis 1 with the the whisky brought it Point where Binford. The truck delivered it under an agreement latter. The statement further was that the next night april 14, 1937, Carl Davit and h. A Pep per drove the empty truck to Durham abandoned it and later put up a plea that they had been hijacked and robbed of the cargo. Arenberg liquidating National race service continued from Page one Asheboro seeks new High school special to the Enterprise Asheboro nor. Is. A the Fayetteville Street school Parent teachers association unanimously went on record last night favouring a Resolution for a new High school building in Asheboro. The motion was presented by or. Cothran g. Smith and its passage authorizes the executive officers to take Steps to throw influence behind the movement. At the same meeting preceding a play presented by the seventh Grade the association heard F. Ross chairman of the county Hoard of education review briefly the is Hoot struggle for expansion in the county. Mrs. Ii. L. Griffin general Grade chairman asked for Dona dons of used clothing in wearable condition for needy school t Hildret. Anyone interested in donating to this cause Are requested to bring the clothes directly to the school either thursday or Friday of this week. Prosecutor Campbell said the abandonment of the network represented a a Clear Cut Victory for the department of Justice in its Effort to rid the nation of a vast illegal Combine to violate Federal and state states attorney Thomas j. Courtney of Cook county Chicago called it a the end of the biggest Racket in the Campbell said yesterday Annenberg and his associates had informed him through counsel that they would definitely and forever quit the business of providing race information Over wires to gamblers and m. Guggenheim taken by death continued from Page one of min and hit with the accumulation ing millions Guggenheim wife in 1929 established the Murry and Leonie Guggenheim foundation for organized charitable and benevolent activities and subscribed More than $3.� for free dental clinics to Ca re for the Teeth of poor children in new York. He married the former Leonie Revheim. Daughter of Jacques Bei Helm of Muelhausen. Alsace on March 15. Ins. One son. Edmond and a daughter Lucille were born to them. Leonard to stick to Revenue fight Billy Rose and Bride at Home continued $ rom Page one ships As the Start non com Norweg t he who product e Chicago Nev 15.�? Fly Butler 473.482. Steady prices unchanged. Eggs 3,609 steady refrigerator extras 18. Standards 17&. Firsts 17 other prices unchanged. Or. Watkins Lacy Oxford. Nov. 15.Pic funeral services will be held to Morrow for or. Watkins . 71, pastor of the Oxford presbyterian Church and the Geneva Church the last la years who died unexpectedly yesterday. Than a third As Many have belligerents since of Europe s warfare. The latest loss by a blatant country was the Ian Tanker Joede 1 1,000 tons which was reported torpedoed near British Waters with 17 lives lost. Her sinking raised the total loss of Neutral countries to 35 ships great Britain biggest loser a Quot incurred 66 sinking Germany j 4 and France 7. Deaths As a result of sea warfare totalled 1,875, with Many others missing. The known tonnage destroyed is 500,117. Swiss officials Interne sleeping German Soldier Basel. Nov. 15.�? i Pic Neutral Switzerland today took her first prisoner of the War a yawning German Soldier. Officials w to found him asleep i on his Rifle in the last coach of j a train from Germany awakened i him and told him he would be interned for the duration of the j War. Plane wreckage found but no Trace of fliers left Winston Salem. Nov. 15.�? up a executive Secretary j. Paul Leonard of then c. Fair tax association rians to continue his fight against the state s three per cent sales tax. Commenting on the u. S. Supreme court a refusal to review the association s Case testing constitutionality of the tax Leonard said that increased opposition to the Levy should result in 1941 in the state s having Quot an Economy minded anti sales tax governor and a general Assembly controlled by a group of business men who Are More concerned with giving the state economical government financed by a fair system of taxation rather than perpetuation of themselves and their friends on the Public new York nov 15�? up producer Billy Rose and his aquacade Star. Eleanor Holm honeymooned at Home today. They were married yesterday in the Chambers of state supreme court Justice Ferdinand e. Be Cora with Ben Bernie the orchestra Leader As Best Man and mrs Bernie As Matron of Honor. The quiet was broken Only by the popping of Flash bulbs�?40 photographers and reporters at ended the ceremony and three Telegraph messenger boys singing a Happy wedding to Rose who was wed under his full name. William Samuel Rosenberg said business would keep him and his Bride in new York for a while but they later would take a trip to spilt America. For Ach 6 pains of. Neuritis Lumbago rheumatism sciatica try Ruma ban an internal Medicine compelled of time tested. Quick acting ingredient. Take in hot water morning and night. Alto relieves gout paint by reducing excessive uric acid in the blood. A couple of bottles usually work wonders. Sold at All drug stores. G. I. Hester Kernersville. Nov. 15.-Funcrnl rites for g. P. Hester 56, Farmer of near Kernersville. Who died in a Winston Salem Hospital following injuries sustained when a team of frightened mules ran away with him at his Home Friday morning were held from tile residence at 2 of clock and at Pine Grove methodist Church at 2 30 of Dock monday afternoon. The pastor Rev. C. B. Way directed the services with Rev. E. F Baker of Andrews Rev. O. B Williams of near Wallburg and Rev. W. A. Barbel of Kernersville. Assisting. Music was fur sighed by the combined choirs of Morris Chapel. Goodwill and Pine Grove churches Aud Pine Grove quartet. Interment was in mount cemetery near Kernersville. Living Are the wife mrs. Mie Larimore Hestet tiny Venezuela town in ruins after tragedy of tinted from Plasse one Vicinity of Laygui Nihaya which is located about 30 Miles from the 1 seaport of Maracaibo in the heart j of venezuelans Rich Petroleum country were reported Undayag i de. Three major producers Royal dutch Shell Standard of new Jer sey and Gulf Oil corporation have terminals in the Lake Maracaibo Region much of Venezuela s annual production of about 188,000.000 barrels is handled j through lag Pinillas and the neigh i Boring towns of la Roza Cajimas and la Salina. White horse y. Nov. To j a Pic air plane wreckage found in a emote Lake Lebarge was identified today As the plane of Jess Rich who disappeared six Days ago with two passengers. Rice i took off from White horse to Fly j Mike Mckallion and i. H Anderson to Dawson. T. Searchers i reported no Trace of the three men. Drinks disinfectant is ill in Hospital rate Case arguments to be opened on thursday hit and run charge against local Man a charge of hit and run with property damage was preferred by police today against Charlie Leonard of 312 South Hamilton Street following an automobile Accident. The warrant charges that Leonard failed to Stop after his ear collided with another automobile belonging to Harrell had mrs. Virginia Carene 331 West Ray Street was a patient at Burros memorial Hospital this afternoon suffering from the effects of a dose of a Strong disinfectant which she is said to have taken at her Home this morning at 8 15 of clock. Investigating police officers said that mrs. Caveness had swallowed about two ounces of the Distin Festant in what was apparently an a attempt to take her own she was taken in Yow s ambulance to the Hospital. Special to the Enterprise Greensboro. Nov. 15.�? arguments will open in Federal court Here tomorrow in the rare j Eon Trover Between the Duke j rower company and the City of High Point before judge Johnson j. Hayes. Evidence was completed some time ago in the suit and judge Hayes set tomorrow As the Dale i for opening of arguments. In this action the City is suing the Power company alleging an overcharge in rates in excess of the limitation set by the unities i commissioner. The British roat explores our. Sur Plu 111-one daughter mrs. E. Three grandchildren. Cis. One sister and Leiamer. L. Pegram three Broth Many other London. Nov. 15 up a the 790-ton British Coastwise Tanker Wood town was reported sunk today after an explosion Iii which nine of Lier Crew of 12 were lost three survivors were taken to a i Hospital suffering undetermined injuries. Cheek elected special to the Enterprise Asheboro. Nov. 15�?waldo c. Cheek was elected Secretary of the Asheboro kiwanis club for 194 by the Board of directors of j the organization w hich met Fol lowing it it regular weekly meeting last night. R. L. Bunch was named a i i 1 Rector filling the vacancy created by Cheek a election. A a

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