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PAGE SIX No Changes In Carolina Gridiron Card Next Year Same Elevens Will $e Met By Tar Heels Two Or Three Dates Are Switched But Same Ten Foes Will Be Faced Chapel Hill. Jan. 5-The University of North Carolina's 1932 football team will face another tough schedule, for th« Tar Heels will engage the same 10 tough teams they met this year. Oraduate Manager Charles T. Wool- | lea announced the card today. Dates have shifted for two or j three games, but the opponents are the same. Eight are Conference teams ; and the other two are Carolina's Big | Vive foes. Wake Forest and Davidson | The four Southern giants, Vander bilt. Florida. Georgia and Tennessee, j Will be met in a row again, but in • slightly different order. Graduate manager Woolen withheld the places, the situs for one or two of the games being unfixed as yet. The complete card: September 26—Wake Forest. October 3—Vanderbilt. October 10- Tennessee. October 17—Florida. October 24—Georgia. , October 31 N. C. State November 7 —Georgia Tech. November 14 —Davidson. Novem h er 21 Duke. November 26 Virginia. i Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results I IF ITS WOOD YOU WANT SAWED ! notify me. 75c per cord. J. W. Beckham. Fairground.-*. , 4-2 ti. RADIO TROUBLES DIAGNOSED AND quickly corrected. We give factory •mice u.-ing nawe«t and mo?t mod em equipment. Parts for all radiqK. Mixon Jewelry Co. 14 ts. ) LETS MAKE 1932 A ~KIG RUILD ing year in Henderson and Vance j county. Where there's building , there's prosperity. "The Place ot I Values." Alex S. Watkins. "Building I Supplies and Paints." 31-tl ‘ FOR RENT FOUR ROOM I’m nished apartment to couple without children. 320.00 per month. Call Mrs J. W. Upton, phone 495. 2-3 ti. FOR RENT NICE 7 ROOM HOUSE in fine condition, close in. Ren! reasonable. Call GO3-W. Herbert Jones cr A. J. Jones. 5-2 ti. PHONE 29FORQIJALTTY coal, prompt service and correct weights. Also dry pine wood. S. H. Watkins. LOBT OK STRAYFIV WHITE FE- ! male setter doj with black spot oc I left ear. Answers to the name, j "Flo" finder please notify 1,. W , Hobgood. 403 Zene St rest. 4-2 ti ( LOST, “STRAYED OU stolen —Pointer bird dog, white brown spotted and ticked, male. Any inform ation leading to recovery of this dog will be appreciat ed. J. W. Cooper, Phone 365-J. 4-2 ti. FURNISHED OK UNFUKNiSHiSi. Apartment for rent In The Stonewall. S Bed Rooms, Kitchen. Living Room IHnet. Tile Bath. Hall, and k Closets. Heat Furnished. Eric C. Ramtagan. T T 8 -ti ernnooßAPHis work, copying muklgTaphing. Miss G. C. Blactamli at Bryan Gift Shop. Phone 507-W. Tues-Thurs ti. NOTICE OF SALE OF NOTES 1 $13,006.00 County of Vance. North Carolina Revenue Anticipation Notes Sealed bid* for above notes will l>e received until 10 o'clock a. m.. Jan. 12th. , 1932, by the Local Government Commission of North Carolina, at its office in Raleigh, for the above notes, j dated 12th.. of Jan. 1932 maturing I February 11, 1932. without option of prior payment. There will be no auc tion. Interest rate 6 per cent per ag- i num The notes will be awarded at j the highest price offered, not less than ■ par and accrued interest. Principal and Interest payable at Citizens Bank and Trust Company. Henderson. N. C. Interest payable at maturity. Notes will be in denomination or denomina tions to suit purchaser if specified at: time bid is made. Bidders must pro-; sent with their bids a certified chnek upon an incorporated bask or tnfet company, payable unconditionally to tbe order of the State Treasurer fqg $65.00. Tbe right to reject all bids is] reserved. Local Government Commission. By: CHAR. M JOHNSON, Director of Local Government and Ex-Officio Secretary of the Com- SORDS POINTS—By Sord* j j • ms - / 1931. bv Central Pr.ia ' MCCOY IS NAMED TO AID INVESTIGATION i I Washington, Jan. S.—(API The ! bate Department has been informed -y the League of Nations that the I ppnintment of Major General Frank t, McCoy, commander of the Fourth ' Corps area as a member of the Laa- l tue's inquiry- commission on Man ■huria would be acceptable. i The French government was in- ! ’ormed today that the United States ; bad named General McCoy its repre entative on the commission. TESTIMONY OFFERED IN, TRIAL AT WILSON Wilson, Jan. s.—(AP>—Testimony hey gave at a special master's hear- i ng on a petition for a receivership i or the Home Mortgage Company of lickory' was icady today at the trial •f five persons in United States Court here on a charge of conspiracy to obstruct justice. The government alleges the five -■ought to secure a receivership for he Home Mortgage Company by false vidence. j i NOTICE OF EXECUTORS i SALE OF REAL EBTATI By virtue of power «md authority in us conferred by the will of Andrew J. Perkinson, deceased, which said will * duly probated, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County in book D at page 457, the undersigned Executors will sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House door in Henderson, N. C.' on Monday. February- Bth.. 1932, the fol •owing three tracts of land: Ist Tract: The old Perklnson home place, containing twenty five and one. half acres, and bounded by the lands , '•if Walter Perklnson, Mary F. Thomas, j Betty Woodllef, Alfred Person, and ' Collins Creek. 2nd tract: Being 87.24 acres, being j the north section of the A. J. Perkin son home place, bound*) as-’RjfitfwhuJ Regin at a stake on 3*4- L. Railway. ! old Perkinson; corner, and run -jfebfnce along Powell Branch to Long Creek, thence along old chopped line ■ cross Long Creek to old Perkinson comer, I hence S 4 degrees 40 seconds W 2078 feet to stake, new corner thence along a chopped line N 82 1-2 E 841 feet to stake on branch, thence up said branch as it meanders to stake near head of branch thence along chopped line N 72 1-4 E 770 feet to small tree on edge of 8. A. L. Right of Way. thence along said right of way pearly north 992 fe*t to the place ot beginning. 3rd tract: Being 125.69 acres, being the south section of the A. J. Perkln son home place, which Is described as follows: Begin at a small tree on S A. L. Right of Way, the south east corner of tract above described, and run thence along line of said tract westward, to southwest corner of said tract, thence nearly south, along Petk lnson old line (chopped) 1000 feet to a stake on edge of Tabbs Creek, thence southward along the meanders of said creek to a stoke and two large Birch trees, the old Perkinson corner, thence N 3* degree* 90 seconds E along old chopped line 3887 feet to big Popular, Perkinson corner on 8. A. L. Right of way, thence N. 9 W along saM right of way 435 feet to pVace of beginning. The plots to th* above huM) will be exhibited at the sale. Each tract will offered separately and then all three will be offered together, and we re serve the right to reject all bids, to sell any one or two or three of said tracts separately, or to sell any taro tracts together, or all three together This Sth dag of January. tf*3. OtCA* PBfUCBVRON, H » PWUONBON, F. J. WINNIE Mkecutom, HENDEfIBON, (N.UJ DAILY Dtara'WH- TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1982 STEVE IN LINE .... By Sord* X-X TbZ&lfo' WHo, If if RUW)fte>. fiv Toft ALA*iy ye* & STEVE was Jnr mm jeWo* maihstm #«»np " .m* WJm Bw TMe OAT, AtS PfAK, ft*- 'rv»nvri*ht tosi bv rentnlT^ # Southern Republicans Exert Wide Influence National Convention By CHARLES I*. STEWART Central Prens Staff W riter Washington, Jan. 5. -That a presi dent whose first term is drawing to ward its close is almost impossible to Pbchre out of a renomination is well known. This rule is being exemplified in | Washington in striking fashion. • j Objection to Mr. Hoover’s renotnin- l ation is unprecedentedly rigorous, i Consequently unprecedentedly viror- j ous measures are required to meet it. They are being taken. His domination of the southern states' G. O. P. organization always is a valuable asset to a Republican president, as a guarantee of a sub stantial renomination nucleus, regard less of conditions elsewhere. There may be opposition to him in normally Republican states, for their Republicanism is a matter of mass sentiment —and mass sentiment occa sionally tatags a flop in the direction of some new aspirant for party leader ship. Republicanism in the south, how ever, is limited to a small group of politicians per state. These politicians are interested exclusively in bolding federal appointive posts—collector ships, marshalshipe, postmasters hips and assorted deputeyshipe. This pat ronage having been judiciously dis tributed throughout Pixie, it* bene ficarles fayor continuation in the White House of the individual to whom they are beholden for It. They would keep him there for life if they eat)* Only exceptionally, a fin 1«28» oaa they owing ? few Southern states t ■ .« * ) on the election day, but their control of their respective state delegations makes them potent in fluence in G. O. P. national conven tions. Now, Mr. Hoover. It will be recall i cd, for a Republican did wonderfully ! well in the south at the 1928 election ; not only carrying the doubtful border j states of Kentucky and Tennessee, i but also Florida, .North Carolina, j Texas and Virginla-an absolutely un heard of triumph for the G. O. P. up to that time. Assuming that the Democrats choose a moderately popular candi date for next autumn, there are few folk who belteve the Californian can repeat this performance. Rut never mind that; the first thing for him to make sure of is his renomination. And there is no denying that there is a good bit of hostility expressed toward his renomination In certain sections -notably In those northern agricultural states whew progressive jam p jam pant. He cafyled them, 100, In 1928, but it is far horn safe betting thatgthey will vote even to nominate him again in June of 1932. The Hooveperatic (in 1928) part of the south and the northern farm belt are alike, then ,io showing a drift away from Mr. Hoover In the last three years- The south probably has drifted bach to Jeffereooianlsm. The northern farm belt, more likely, is simply off for reservation. But they do differ in this respect, as to the <3. O. p.’e June convention: m l(W STATE SETS NEW COACHES Biff Jones And Bert Ing wesson Are Expected To Come To South* era School New Orleans, Jan. 5 (AP)—The New Orleans Item said yesterday Bert Ing werson, former head coach at the University of lowa, and one time Il linois grid star, will be first assistant to head Coach Capt. Lawrence (Biff) Jones at I/misiAna State University next fail. University authorities at Baton Rogue declined to comment on the reported appointments. President James M. Smith Indicated no announ cement of the University’s coaching staff would be made for some time. The Item said it was expected that Captain Jones < a member of the ath letic staff at West Point, would bring with him as a trainer and assistant Major Frank Wcndel, who has served with Jones during his years with the Armyy. Ingwerson also is expected to bring an assistant with him from lowa, the Item said. The office of Athletic Director at L. 8. U., vacated when Russ Cohen resigned to join the coaching staff at Vanderbilt, will not be filled this year advices from L. S. U. said. "Captain Jones." The Item said, “will l*o given complete charge of the situation when he had his assistants arrive in Baton Rogue in the near future.” j || COTTON ADVANCES ON STEADY CLOSE Price* Firm Up On Buying In Sympathy With Firmer Stocks New York, Jan. 5. Cotton stood about unchanged until after noon when prices firmed on buying by New Orleans, local covering and in sym pathy with a better stock market. There was much less Southern sell ing than yesterday. • Japanese inter ests were apparently idle due to a holiday in Japan. No particular news. NEW TORE COTTON (By Jno. F. Clark and Ca.) Cotton futures closed steady. Open High Low Close October 6.81 C. 90 6.79 6 87 December . ... 6.97 7.00 6 90 0.97 January 6.12 6.18 «.lo 6. is March 6.22 6.31 6.21 6.27 May 6.40 6.48 6.37 6.41 July 6.57 6.66 0.55 6.02 Spot steady, 6.35; up 10 points. NEW ORLEANS COTTON (By Ji»o. F. Ctark and Ca.) New Orleans, Jan. s—The cotton market closed steady today: Open High Low Cloee October 6.74 6.86 8.74 6.83 December C. 91 6.98 6.91 6.97 January C. 13 6.18 6.08 6.13 March 6.24 6.32 6.20 6.27 May 6.40 6.48 6 38 6.45 July C. 56 6 64 6.54 6 G 2 CURB MARKET Aluminum Co -jfi j..| ] Electric Bond and Share ... 93^ C«ties Service 5 1-2 Ford Limited 4 3-8 American Superpower 3 SALES TAX MAY BE OFFERED TO HOUSE Democratic Program Will Contain Some Sale* Taxe*, Rainey State* Washington, Jan. 5.--(AP> —Repre- sentative Rainey, House Majority lead er, said today the Democratic tax jirogram •'undoubtedly will contain some sales taxes.” This was one of the most direct hints yet as to just what tax course the emocrats will take. The way is being cleared for -rapid considers-. tion of the whole question while the federation deficit continues to mount. Today it reached $1,390,583. The Republican convention dele gates of Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Vir ginia will vote just as enthusiastical ly in Chicago in June for Mr. Hoover's renomination as they voted In 1928 for his original nomination in Kansas City. On the other hand, delegates from Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Wisconsin and two or three additional northern farm belt states may fly the coop in June, and vote for some such candidate as Hiram Johnson. Gifford Pinchot or George W. Norris. Hence Mr. Hoover’s G. O. p. na tional committee recently cut down the representation of the progressive farm states at the Republican na tional convention, and corresponding ly increased the repregentntlnn of the Hoovereretie southern states, on the ground that the latter are entitled to it by the Republican majorities they gave la 1938. TARHEEL SAGERS TOMEWORD First Game of Smmb Will Bo Ployed In Ckapel HiH Wodnoodoy Obapel Hill. Jan. 5 The Carolina basketball team will meet Guilford In the Tin Can here Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. The game will mark the first bow of George “Bo” Shephard In Big Five varsity coaching circles, and the first bow of the 1932 Tar Herls in Inter collegiate competition Carolina’s five played one prelimi nary practice tilt with Raleigh “Y". The Tar Heels won* 25-14, but neither team was impressive, and Coach Shepard will be looking for improve ment Wednesday night. Wilmer Hines and Vergil Weathers and slated to start at forward, with Paul Edwards at center, and Captain Tom Alexander and either Jones or Henry at the guards. Dave McCpchren had been running with Captain Alexander ui the guard posts in pre-Christmas practice, but McCachren is on the sick list, and may be out of ihe game Wednesday night Several reserves have been looking good in last week’3 practices, and Coach Shepard hopes to test them all under fire If Guilford doesn’t make (he going too hot. These Include Chandler, Llneberger. Markham and Dunlay, forwards; Longest and Collett, centers; and Phipps and Brandt, guards. THREEEXECUTIONS j SCHEDULED FRIDAY! h * i Three Negroes Are To Bel Electrocuted At State Prison In Raleigh ■ •nlly lltwalrl Burma. In ikr Mir tVnllrr nv j c. itABK i:kvi i.u, Raleigh. Jan. 5. Hope that execu- I tlve clemency may save them from the electric chair, to which they have been sentenced, gleams for John Moore Guilford negro, and Ernest Herring-, Sampson county negro, as. a result of the hearings being held to day for these two men by Executive Counsel Tyre C. Taylor. There is no] hope for any clemency for Anbury llospus, 58-year-old Guilford county negro under sentence to he electro cuted Friday of this wek for the mur der of little 9-year-old Vera Is*onard Jn Guilford county several months ago. Taylor has already announced that he not intend to recommend any commutation for Res pus. Ernest Herring is also slated for I SPECIALS for I I Wednesday I I January 6, 1931 I Heinx's Rice Flakes m , I I Package,,. . . . , I I Heinz's Regal Mui>a « , I I tard Sauce, S Jars for J * I I Heinz's Cooked Spa- , I I ghetti, Small, 3 tor I I Heinz's Cooked Spa- ggz / I 1 ghetti, Medium, each * I I Heinz's Tomato , I I Ketchup, small . . I I Heinz's Picnic Sweet | a , I I Jherkins, small . I I Heinz's Mince Moat | g>, I I * Po«md Tins .. , * I I SMITHFIELD I I HAMS ' **««»-. I I Nelson’s Meat Market I Phone 31. exoenttati Friday along- with Respus. but the hearing today may result in 4 commutation for him. One of the strongest factors In favor of a com mutation for Hei+ing is the fact that be was convicted of taking part u. the murder of the postmaster at Ken Sampson county, largely on the testi mony of his bsettlor, Chevis. who wh; abKf convicted of tbe murder. Chevis was electrocuted several weeks n K „ | and in his confession on the dsy of hi> ! execution, declared that he and he or.- j ly was guilty and that his brothci j Ernest had nothing to do with the I murder. I j Education is constant inquiiy. i and knowledge is but an assimilation of replies NOTICE OF RALE'OF REAL ESTATE ’ In United States IMslrlrt Court Eastern District Os North Carolina In the matter of 8. R. Adams, Bankrupt. Pursuant to an order made in tin above entitled matter. I will soli, ),> | public auction, to the highest birid.i. | for cash, at the court house door m i Henderson, N. C. at 12 o'clock, noon. on Tuesday, the 2nd day of February. ; 1982, the following described property }. That certain tract of land in Sassa frass Fork township, Granville coun , ty, adjoining lands of S. R. Adams on ! north, Mrs. Marion Taylor. C. G. Roy. 1 ster and S. V. Morton on the easi. \v. H. Gregory on the south, and E. i;. Tun stall on containing 7<h* ; acres, and known as the S. R. 1 Adams Coleman farm. < Also three fourths of an arte in ( Townsville, Vance county' krtown the Asa Williams tract, described as follows: Begin in i-oad, opposite 8. R Adams corner, run thence 8. 35 3-1 E. 3.00 chains 1o pos), thence N. C> E. 2.04 chains to post thence N* 25 3-4 W. 3.00 chains to stake, thence 8 65 W 2.04 chains to beginning, se<- deed in book 98 page 374, Vanre County. The above property will be sold free from encumbrance. I will also sell at the same time the following real estate.' subject to life estate of S. R. Adana*: Undivided one half interest in Kim ball and Adame, 50x1*0, Townsville. Undivided one half interest in Har grove and Adams. 50x150, Townsville. One vacant lot. No. 8, Townsville. One vacant lot. No. 9 Townsville. 36 acres willed to Olivia Collier f«>* life, near Starke* Mill. ALso the following personal property One saw- mill (Stave mill) near Soudan 10 shares stock, northwestern Tele phone Co. > 20 shares- stoqh, Y|gf ~ Fair Asso ciation. All book accounts, nates and chose* in action. , . This sale is made subject to confir mation by the Court ten days after sale, without notice. Successful lad der must deposit 10'?. of his bid on day of sale, and pay balance In cash upon delivery of deed. This 30th day of December 1931. T. S. KITTRELL. Trustee of S. R. ADAMS. Bankrupt.