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Member of First
Draft Board Is
Doing Same Job
Only Surviving Original
Member of the Three
The only surviving original member
of the three Guilford county draft '
boards during the first world war i
has again accepted bis country's call
and assumed duty a? a member of
local draft board No. 8.
He Is Dr. William M. Jones, medl- I
cal director of Jefferson Standard i
f.lfe Insurance company, of 211 North '
Park drive. He has been appointed to
succeed W.E. Younts, who has resigned
due to the pressure of other
duties. Vomits, himself a recent np- .
polntee. Is principal of Bessemer high
school and air raid warden for the i
Recalling the draft setup during
m the last war, Dr. Jones said that
there were three boards serving the 1
county at that time?No. 1. for rural i
Guilford, No. 2 for Morehead and i
Gilmer townships and No. 3 embrac- i
lng the High Point area. Dr. Jones t
served op board No. 2, one of the i
largest in the. state, which inducted \
1187 men?more than were Inducted
by the other two hoards combined, t
All of hls.ei^ht colleagues jm those i
original boards are now dead, Dr. ]
Jones stated. *"! * .. i
At that time It was Dr. Jonea' Job I
to examine all the while men to ap- 1
pear before the board. That was only I
. appropriate for he was county I
health officer. He served Guilford In
V that capacity for 11 years, from 1912
to 1923. and believes that he was <
. probably the. first full-time county 1
health officer In. the United States. i
So far he was "ever able to learn, he ?
said. Guilford was the first county ]
in the country to appoint such an
officer, and he whs the first health ,
officer to 9erve n full ter tnln the |
county. One man was named before |
him hut failed to complete his term |
of office. Dr. Jones completed the ,
term and served until 1923.
RECAPERS ARE j
Tire recappers and retreaders this
week were warned that they are subject
to prosecution If they release
without a certificate tires which
were froxen at midnight, February
J. E. Faulkner. secretary of Gullford
county rationing boards, said
he hud received a telegram from Guy
W. Hauls. Raleigh, assistant state
rationing administrator, that such
tires were being released or sold and
warning against such practice.
T^e telegram read: "Information
being received here that some re1
readers or reoappers have continued
to sell after the effective dHte of the
tire rationing regulations, midnight,
February 18- Any retre&ders or recapper
that makes delivery or releases
or transfers a retreaded or recapped
tire after midnight. February. 18,
without certificate Is violating these
regulations and will be subject to all
the penalties therefor."
Secretary' Faulkner said heavy
. penalties are provided for violating
provisions of the tire rationing regulation.
He added that there was nc
Indication of any violation of the or
u?T in uiib ITIUIIl) uui IIIII
had been received of such case* lr
He said no certificates for retread
or recaps chn he Issued for trucl
tires before this week and the earl
lest date for certificates for .pai
senger car tires Is March 2.
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Mr*. Juliett Foye.Discover
t An Incubator In Her Hoar
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' 1 ' Mn Juliett Foye, of 1004 F111
i . Market street, hid some egg* dorln
* ; ; the summer of 1041 and forgot a hot
* them until the other week. She d<
v Hded to clean off the top of h<
kitchen cabin and low and beboli
discovered the can tightly closed 1
V" w*?leh ?he had hid the eggs. Whe
j 1 she opened It there were fire chid
/. which had been hatched and died fc
the lack of air.
KILLS GIRL ON
Second Accident In High
Point Result* In Apprehension
Miss Lottie I>>o Bullyhoy. .17,, of
1420 Hardie street, was almost instantly
killed about 8 o'clock Satur
day night when struck by an automobile
In front of 240!? High Point road
and an unidentified soldier companion
received minor Injuries when
struck by the same car. according to
police, who said Oecarho C. Elliott.
High Point Negro, was being helti In
city Jail on a manslaughter warrant
In connection with the case. The Negro
was intoxicated, police said.
Miss Bullyhoy suffered a fractured
skull /and other head injuries and n
broken right leg below the knee. Officers
said she and. Miss Ellaulieth
Walker. 302 Husbands street, and
two soldiers were crossing High Point
road from the east, to the west side
at the tluie of the accident. The car
struck Miss Bullyhoy and one of the
toldlers, knocking them to the pate
nent and continuing its course toirartl
Greensboro, it was said.
Officers"said the license number of
he car was taken by a motorist liednd
the Negro's cur and an amhuance
was called. They stated the girl
r*B .Iaa/I llAfAAA .'tl.. AAA r?V./w1 fti'n IlflC.
iltal and the soldier was dismissed
'rom the hospital when tt was found
lis Injuries did not require medical
Had Second Occident
Officers said the ear allegedly drlv'n<>hy
Elliott continued to a point on
JValker avenue Just beyond" Forest
?venue and there-aides wiped a car
1 riven by W. A. Baker, 403 Sonrh
Mendenhall street * '
The driver allegedly continued
without stopping and another unidentified
soldier, who was driving he-|
bind the, car, ran up liehtiid It and
booked the hunipera of the two cars,
dragging Elliott's car to a stop, police
related. They said Mrs. Baker,
riding with her husband, received n
knee Injury In the accident
Elliott was charged with hit-andrun
driving In that case. Jerry Mo
Rae, also a High Point Negro and
a passenger iti Elliott's car,. Jumped
and ran from the scene, officers said,
hut was caught about two blacks
away. He was jailed on a drunkenness
charge. Elliott did not leave the
car after It stopped until police arrived.
On Wrong Side.
Police quoted witnesses as saying
the car that stnick Miss Bullyhoy
was on the wrong side of the street
as was the cnae when Baker's auto
innhllA trie l.lr .
Elliott vai betas held w I thou
bond pending further Investigation o
the-accidents and police said that ad
dltl&nal warrants were expected t
he Issued against him.
Mias Bully boy was ^nnected wit
the NT A and was a member of Ba|
tlst tabernacle In Olenwood. She wa
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albei
A. Bullyboy, wltb whom she roai!
her home, and In addition to her pa
ents is survived hy two sisters. Mr
Lucille Smith and Mrs. Morel
Coletrane, and a brother, Geori
1 Bullyboy, all of Oreenaboro.
' Death Row's Seven
Inmates All On Appa
" RALEIGH. ?. Seven men are
" Central prieon'a death row, and t
one of them know* If and when
h will die. f
_ Four of the men are white a
three are Negroea. All hare appei
* before the' State Supreme court. B
Three hare been eonrlcted for m
der, three for* rape and' one \
rt burglary. t * <v.
C They are: John S. Baldwin, c
It vleted laat month In Durham co
* ty for murder; Walter Blue, :e
* rlcted In December In Buncombe
1. rape; Sam Hal rat on, Negro, c
n -rlcted In Fomyth county thl* mo
? for rape; Jesee Manning, conrlc
! In Augnat In Bertie county for m
>r der; Charlie Shaw,Nepro, conrlc
In September In Currituck county
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FUTURE OUTLOOK. GREENSBORO. ]
Mr. Rosenburg 1
Is Bennett Speaker
A thoroughgoing description and
analysis of co-operatives was given
at Bennett college last evening by I
Samuel Rotten burg. Instructor of
economics at Hampton institute, who
spoke to a group of townspeople and
members of the Bennett faculty in
the seminar room of Pfeiffer Science
Mr. Rosenburg contrasted co-op- .
eratlves with the three other eco- ,
nomlc situations found in the world
today ? capitalism, communism, and
fascism?and declared that the co
operative movement was Americanism
to the nth degree.
"There la no one l?lg shot in m cooperative
business/' he Msaerted, "No
matter how many or how few shares
you own. you possess Just one vote.
This makes It a really democratic
enterprise. No one Is going to get
rich from co-operatives, hut everyone
is going to he helped."
Mr. Rosenburg bnsed his talk on
the fact that we nre all consumers,
no matter what other group ties we
have. He said that there are only
three requirements for the establishment
of n co-operative enterprise ?
a felt need, a homogeneous group of
people, and a need for necessities.
ON LIQUOR CHARGE
[ .lames Arthur Burton. Negro, of
1214 Orchard street, who was allegedly
at the wheel of a convertible
[coupe londed with 80 gallons of nontaxpukd
whisky, which was overtaken
by two state highway patrolmen Friday
night as the climax of a long
pursuit, -as held for June term of
District court under $1.000 bond following
hearing before United States
Commissioner W. S. I.yon Saturday
A second Negro, known to the .officers
and reputedly owner of the
seized car, was successful in fleeing
on f??ot after the pursued machine
was disabled by n broken oil Hue.
He had not been taken Saturday afternoon/
The patrolmen reported that the *
chase began its Initial phase about J
10 p. m. when they became suspicious
of a CHr similar to the one finally 1
seized at a point about l?i miles
south of the city, on highway 421. 1
This machine was about a half mile '
ahead of the patrolmen when first
observed, and It was lost from sight
after being chased into the city In
the vicinity of Renhow road.
Shortly afterwards, however, a
marnine rrawnonnB ihr putanru ?
was spotted 'and wng chased at high
' speed along lien bow road, and the
' rhuAe was soon back on highway 421.
The pursuit -ended about 14 miles
1 south of the city when the coupe was
c forced to alow Its speed and the two
* occupants abandoned It and ran.
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v Firemen Saturday were still won'*
derlng what happened at 7:27 a. m.
^ when they were called to the fiOO
block- of Granite street to ^ fight
r" flames on an automobile. No car was
K to-be found. ;.. *r?
'* Almost simultaneously a telephone
^ call.reported what firemen presumed
was the same car burning in the IOC
block of Granite, but again nolthei
car nor fire was found.
Hi very RIlKni MHiirBK** ?" ?"
TiM rfjv)rt?l at 400 Gorrell atreet
on where firemen were called to lnreati
,oj irate smoke and found timber* burn
ho Ine under the hearth.
, Firemen alao anawered a call ti
' njrht a *raaa fire at 1901 Freemai
? Mill road at 1 K? a. in. Saturday
.. One. room of a " residence at 109 Mc
or_ Irer atreet wm alljhUy. q*ma?ed *
fop BM7 p. ni. Friday*. Firemen aald th
flame* were dxtlnsulahed after cut
_ Ulna, a ahade and a bed were dan
on- **** <
otv burjjlarr: and Walter Smith, cor
for rlcted laat month In Wayne count
oo- for imirder. ,
nth Herman Allen, KVyear old Johr
ted it on county farm laborer, sentence
iur- todeath for triple murder, will entr
ted death row aometlroe thla wee*. H
for alao haa appealed.
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Pipe Line Oil Is
By Tank Cars
Large Volume of Fuel
Arriving Daily At Local
l,arge quantities of gasoline and oil
ire now being received at the
Greensboro terminal of . Plantation
Pipe Line company from the point
>f origin In Ruton Rouge, La., and
it least one shipment by tank car
from here to other points hna been
nade. It waa learned here recently.
A spokesman for Standard Oil cominn'y
said that the fuel had been
caching here In commercial quanlltlea
since last Monday night and
hat h tank car shipment left here
?arly this week. A spokesman for
'hell Oil company, which shares the
erraltml facilities ,wlth Standard,
laid his company, hnd received a
junntlty of the fjiel hut as yet had
nude no shipments.
Neither spokesman' was willing to
rive any figures on the amount of
ras and oil lieing received here, exdalning
that they did not know
vhether such Information would vloate
wnrtluie censorship rules under
vhlch they are operating.
However, from Charlotte came an
issociated ' Press dispatch saying
hat- tbe first shipment of gASoline
roni the Plnntation Pipe Line company's
Charlotte terminal to .eastern
eahoard points by .tank car began
esterday and that the shipments will
e innde temporarily on a 500,000
lallon-a-day Iwsls. It was thought
hat the, Oreensl?oro shipments would
nvolvc a similar amount.
The pipe line. Recently completed
it a cost of some $20,000,000, is 1,281
alien In length and has a capacity of
10.000 barrels. It Is expected to be a
Ital factor In transportation of gasoine-nnd
oil from the gulf coast, joll
eglon.. "'"i. ' . \ 'y
Called Away -.' >=
Mr. .T. F. Johnson,. editor and publisher
of The Future Outlook paper,
cas called away from the city to tbe
jedslde of hla sick brother, in Tren:on.
New Jersey, lasf' week.' ? V
The work of his paper will continue
to progress as usual until bl$
return by his co-workers. v'
4 PHONE 2-3877
IWM. M. HAMPTON; M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
I 1012 A. M. 2-4 7-9 P. M.
And By Appointment
1 1006 S. Ashe St. ? Greensboro
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'8ATLHI1A//> ARCH ILIMj/tit
The liquid found InalOe a coconut&jftm
| Is not the milk, hut rather a water.?j^J
| that can be used orf drlnktng. Qob-'.^i}^
nut milk Is obtained 'from cshxsKrff^y &J&"#
the pulp and extracting the mllky^jffi^
: substance. ... : ?. /* - '
BOB'S SMOKE $ |||
- r SHOP ft
820 S. A?he St. !
SANITARY CLEANING 1' jl
DIAL CO '?? NORTH
7433 DUDLEY . !*,>!?
Our Dry Cleaaliix Ftawi .? V.
Particular People ?)SA
I JOHN 1. VINES. Prepay;. ;^j|J
Eccles & Wynn : r ?| M
DRUG STORE * 1 ; }
900 East Market Street
\r . PIIONE^tSt
. w. J. smith, Prop. ' \
Reasonable Rates >. *? ?
902M K. Market if ' Phone 9129
V Greenaboro, N. C. .
A stirring romance of .thrills'and . Via.
daring in the wide open spaces ofj
the old southwest.
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James Craig > v*>.'
Olan Jagger -a^p;
Starts Mon. ' SA.11^
LUNCEFORD t t>|jg
' AND HIS HANI) ' ;*%$
'SENDING 'EM*HOT! '-'X
"Blues In The Night".
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