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 - Carraway Announces As House Candidate World War...
Carraway Announces As House Candidate World War Veteran, Magistrate Magistrate Is First High Pointer To- Seek Seat Captain Bruce U. Carraway, well-known local magistrate, an- i nounced today that he would be : a candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives, subject to the Democratic primary oi May 30. Carraway's announcement, a surprise to local political observers, observers, came on his forty-ninth birthday. Captain Carraway, a native of Lenoir County, has lived in High Point for the past 21 years and has been active iu civic and political political affairs in tlv; city and county during that period. In announcing, Captain Carraway Carraway called attention to the fact that he had -spoken in behalf of the Democratic party "in es'ery state and national campaign since 1921," but said that he had no formal formal platform beyond the pledge that "if nominated and elected I will work for the best interests of the State and the county and all the people therein." Captain Carraway began his career career as a school teacher and served served for eight years as principal and i superintendent, of schools in various various towns in North Caroiina and Maryland. Subsequently, he took a law degree at Wake Forest College. College. In High Point he now is a justice justice of the peace and a real estate dealer. He served in the Army for three years during the World War and emerged from the war as a captain. He has run for Congress on several occasions. Captain Carraway is a Mason, a member of the Knights of Pythias Pythias and the American Legion and has been for several years service officer of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is a member of Wesley i Memorial Methodist Church. Captain Carraway was the first High Pointer to announce for a seat in the House this year. Rep- esentative Rupert T. Pickens has announced he will not seek reelection, reelection, but will take a shot at the Senate seat being vacated by Sen-1 ator Thomas J. Gold. ,j His announcement, however, brought to six the number of candidates candidates thus far announced for uilford's four House seats. Previously Previously announced were Representative Representative Shelley B. Caveness, Robert Moseley, George Ready and former former Representative Thomas Turner, Jr., all of Greensboro, and Clyde Shreve of Stokesdale. V- — ' CAKRAWAV BULLETINS REJECT PROPOSAL LONDON, April 10.—{/P}— Reuters reported today from New Delhi that it understood the AH India Congress party had rejected British proposals for Indian independence. The dispatch said Sir Stafford Stafford Cripps called a press conference conference for noon tomorrow and was expected then to announce the final result of his mission as bearer of the British offer. He has not yet received the reply of the Moslem League, second largest of the Indian parties, parties, Reuters said. The news agency reported that the decision of the Congress Congress party—presumably an action action by its working commltte* —was unanimous. CLOSING OUT QUITTING BUSINESS AUCTION Today and Every Day Thli Week. 2 SALES DAILY

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  1. The High Point Enterprise,
  2. 10 Apr 1942, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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