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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 30, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Friday october 30. 1925 a 36 billion feet statistics for the year 1924 Given by the census Bureau in the news of the Day Raleigh oct. 80.�? apr ,4the census Bureau s lamber production statistics for 1924, Abow tog an output of 36 billion Board it reveal in part Tbs extent to Bich americans Virgin Timber stands Are being drained to meet the nation s requirements a w. D. Greeley chief of the Forest service touted states department of agriculture is quoted Ait saying in a Oefer Arment of agriculture bulletin just received Here. A the fact that nearly All important and agricultural regions Are consuming billions of feet of Virgin Timber from the South a declared or. Greeley Quot and the far West and growing but Little on the Forest lands within their own boundaries is far from reassuring to those interested in Forest figures compiled by the Forest service show that in 1923, when lumber production reached its highest Point since the depression following the world War 26 states produced less lumber than they consumed. Prominent among these Are the populous states in Northern and Eastern sections of the country where More than 3 million acres once heavily timbered now contribute but Little to the nations lumber Cut. It is further pointed out that California one of the states still possessing Large Virgin forests consumed in 1923 More than twice As much lumber As was produced in the state. Expressed in figures California imported nearly three billion Broad feet to meet its needs in 1923. The last year for which lumber distribution figures Are available. Other states which imported Between one and two billion feet Are new York Illinois Michigan Ohio and Pennsylvania All of which except Illinois were once Reading states in lumber production i is Mumm president of Tho executive committee of world con a Wim vans. Kaj. Pc Ugias. Volition Jshii is new York. Get 3th Rev j. A. Morehead i. La. Pc ident of the executive committee of the lutheran world convention and prof. Lars w. Boe d. In. American member of the committee sailed today from new York Enro Ute to the Hague. The Netherlands where the executive committee will hold its annual session from november 9th to 15th. Outstanding among the problems for consideration of the 1925 meeting of the committee la the Date of Tho proposed second lutheran world convention. Two suggestions have been presented for discussion Tho first that it would he fitting to hold the convention in the year 1929. Which Marks the 400th anniversary of the adoption of Luther s smaller catechism the second that 1930 would be a suitable year marking the 4th Centen a Nisi of the promulgate of the Augsburg confession. According to a statement of or. Morehead a after a careful study of the lutheran world situation it seems Clear that a decision should be reached at the Hague meeting As to the it ear in which this second lutheran world convention should be or. Alfred t. Jorgenson of Denmark will present a memorandum on bridging about a a deeper interest and Active support of the lutheran world convention movement within the lutheran churches of the detailed plans will Ive discussed by Tho executive committee. The of. Rev Ludwig Ihmels d. A. Bishop of Saxony will submit a carefully balanced evaluation of the Stockholm i Universal Christian conference on life and work. Foreign Mission interests will also be considered especially the Case of the forcible taking without consultation Ofa considerable part of the Field of the finnish lutheran missionary society in South Wes Africa by the Quot local colonial government of the British Empire which has been appealed to the lutheran world convention executive committee by Tho finnish owners of the Field. Quot full reports. Recommendations and request from the officials of tire lutheran Church in Russia dealing particularly with the new training school for pastors opened at Leningrad sept. 15 of this year and with the position and problems of the russian lutherans will he presented. In this connection it is announced that a gift of $5,000 by the National lutheran Council thru the executive committee of the i lutheran world convention has enabled tile renting and furnishing or the property used by the new educational institution. Further plans will be discussed for the organization and development of the lutheran world news Exchange which operates in America through the news Bureau of the National lutheran Council and other similar offices in other countries. Act Friday on plan close filling stations. Greensboro oct. 30.�?action on proposals to close local service stations and garage ail Day sunday will be taken Friday at a joint meeting of local members of the North Carolina automobile Trade association and the Carolina automotive service association. At present the stations Are closed from to a. In until 1 30 p in. On Sun i Day j the service operators discussed i sunday closing at their weekly i meeting monday hut before Laking i definite action desired to get the i View of local dealers Many of whom handle Petroleum products. Figures and facts from Charlotte and Winston Salem where sunday closing is observed made quite an j impression on local Gas and Oil dispensers. Who argue that the Public should buy its sunday gasoline on week Days just a it but a food clothing and other necessities. Larger amount be tobacco b held Washington oct. 29. A Leaf tobacco held by Era and dealers on october first this year totalled 1,754,595.720 Pound compared with 1,724,767,418 of that Date a year ago 1,847,124,12# 8 on july i this year and 2.035,667,-863 on april i this year the censor Bureau today announced. The total a stemmed tobacco also Beld on october 1st was 1,-630.937,807 pounds and the tots stemmed was 123,657,913 pounds. Of the total Quality october lab by manufacturers and dealer chewing smoking snuff and a port types aggregated 1,289,447,-017 pounds compared with 1,407,-066,375 pounds a year ago and imported types totalled 75,236,061 pounds compared with 77,764,862 pounds a year ago. I , p. Juke Eav Quot Gek. Exp Xvi Tel Book four of the officers who Wil hear the evidence in the court martial of col. William Mitchell of the army air service on chains of a conduct of a nature to bring discredit upon the military service a Are Brig. Gen. E. B. Wimans maj. Gen. Douglas Macarthur Gen. Charlet p. Summerall and Brig. Gen. E. Be. Booth. I. A a auxiliary guilds to meet in Morganton Hickory. Oct. 30 map a the autumn meeting of the convocation of Morganton woman a auxiliary guilds of the episcopal the Drain upon the nations Church will be held in this City Timber Supply is a predominant do wednesday november 4, with the Mystic Issue a said or. Greeley opening services at to of clock in a and the american people must re the morning. Gard it As such until the rate of messages from the triennial Gen Timber growth catches up with the eral convention of the Church held rate of consumption. This Drain is in new Orleans this month will be Money to loan on Homes in High Point and suburbs Cep v Par of Nisi a it now believed to be four times the regrowth. The solution is Plain All Forest land must grow Timber crop and further inroads upon the country s Virgin Timber should not result in increasing the present vast acreage of Idle Forest Laud port says article was by Lansdowne Washington oct. 29 map a the naval court of inquiry into the Shenandoah disaster has been informed by the saturday evening Post that the recent posthumous article by commander Zachary Lansdowne. Of the Shenandoah was printed As originally submitted except for the title and the last three paragraphs which were an argument to Send the dirigible into the retie. These were eliminated As no Ger having court had asked the Maga Aine As to the authenticity and completeness of the article with the View possible of incorporating it in the record but it was said today that this probably would not be done it being held that evidence before tace court As to the Man Euver ability of the Craft in All types of weather was Complete. The article was first submitted to the saturday evening Post by commander Landsdowne last april rejected at that time. After commander Landsdowne a death it was re submitted by his widow and was accepted. Largest enrolment. Hampton va., oct 30.�?hampton Institute opened this fall with the largest enrolment of its history -�?128 College men and 177 collect women with 673 students in other departments including the trades and Academy or High school grades a making the total 97 8. This enrolment does not include the Extension classes the Whittier training school of 340 or the summer school of 1,040. The collegiate division with 305 this year shows a gain of 109 Over last years enrolment. Dent Council to his school mates if he desired under terms of a proposed change in the Davidson College student government Constitution. A the change which is to be voted upon by the students this week would allow a student when he believes the judgment and punishment fixed by the student Council i to be unjust to Appeal the Case to the student body. A vote of two thirds of the students we Ould be necessary to overrule the Studint Council the proposed change provides brought by officers of the National Council of the Church. The convocation is expected to be attended by Many of the clergy laity and woman Guild members of the Western North Carolina diocese. The Rev. George e. Mcallister associate Secretary of the National episcopal Council will present a the churches program to the delegates and miss Margaret Meed president of the woman a auxiliary guilds of the fourth province will deliver an address speaking of the program of her department according to an announcement made today by mrs. J. M. C. Johnston of Gastonia. Who is a member of the committee on arrangements for the approaching meeting. Allowed to Appeal Davidsen oct. 30.�? apr a student would be allowed to Appeal from the judgment of the local Stu your warmest Friend is City fuel co. Telephone no. 335 Well keep you warm Long terms a Liberal repayment plan Quick service on applications Greensboro Bank amp Trust co. Greensboro n. C. Loan agents for the n. Y. Life ins. Co. See Jack Taylor highpoint representative at Piedmont ins., and realty company 105 w. Washington St phone 2514 Harding heating co. A engineers Greensboro n. C. 703 Jefferson bldg. Phone 450 heating contractors and tilliets chatter a gee but it was cold this morning. I certainly must go Down and get a new coat. Think i will go in and get one of those new Coats that Waggert s lakes shop has just got in. They surely Are the thing. They Are made in All the newest materials fur and self formal opening saturday october 31, 1925 we will open our new and up to Date service station at five Points Texaco Gas and oils exclusively free free free \ to everyone who purchases five Gallons of Texaco Gas on the opening Day we will give absolutely free their Choice of either one quart of Texaco motor Oil or one i la. Can of Texaco motor cup grease. Dont fail to get yours remember the Date of opening saturday october 31 red Star service station no. Ii

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