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Spring Training Begun By The Henderson Athletics Number Os Prospects For Club Report For Season League Meetieg To Be Hel d Here Friday for Orgaaiza. ties of Association First Exhibition Game is Next Friday With Raleigh Caps IV Henderson ' Athletic* opened the.r spring training here today, wkh thvir tlrst drill at 10 o'clock this morning at League Park, the home <lf the A a with a large number of the •mmt already in camp. Millard Parrish reported this morn ing for the training seaaon > and hiuugfca with turn a third bnaaman, < 'aracil, and Pdcher Timlin son. Red Gkrtbnie. wtko lias (wen iwt anted to the •oral by ihe Banheaend. Va . Coha is under the care of a doctor at pres ent with a slight touch of flu. aad a ill not take part in the early drill or rhe A t Ijd Wat kin* and Dor se* S«adWf are already la mid-eea ««a <«ftn due to a month s work-out wjb Zeb Vance high school and Louts &UAg College reeyactively. “Rad Oak" Eddards a well known outeigwrdener here, imported this morning In fine -dwpr mad ready to toe the plate aad J'AP wit baee hits. BUI Jonas, another mnfielder. also eame into cagnp this morning all set for work and plenty of it. Manager Pahlman announced that there wrtl be iwo workouts dal))' from 1C a. bq to 12 noon and from 2 p. m. if i f w. Judging from the work out* that eb© club la going to take. Manager On has adopted as bis train ing motto. "More Work and a plenty of It" but he must push the local* fast, for on Friday, April 8. they ■mat the ftslrigh Cape and on the following day they hook uj> with the Wlpot on-Salem Twin* here in League Work. It wa- learned today that there ■dll he two good pitcher* imported to piu h for tbe A'a in throe two con lewe and the fhn* can depend on get img their money's woith of baseball. The officials of Che club have an nounced a new policy which goes into effect the first exhibition game that should take with the fans and that Is tiu> admission prices to the games have been greatly reduced and a col ored intrance has keen Installed at the side gate. The pass gate, which 'hey day has done mere damage than good, will be nosed to everyone ex •♦ft pohee and firemen. The new league which 1* being formed now has lour members lined up for a certainty. Oxford, Hender aon Rocky Mount and Roanoke Rap Wife Preservers \v tu II one mother puts up her rk: ssi Ik>ol lunches sh* parka t»i e fur herself, wrap* it in paraf rrv* rar■«>« *imJ i<ii;n it m the re :.irerc;,r At i:no;i she eats tt • itii S ylua* of i.ull; or ( up ot tea. 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Umpires will be appointed and ! dates set for tht opening and closing I of the league. Ashby Cook writes In that he will ; not be able to report here before 1 Friday due to an insurance meeting • held in Wilson this week. 1 Manager Pahiman announced today ' that the Raleigh Caps of the Pied ! mam League. have sent an Infielder, '■ outfielder. A1 Cloys, to the local club for training, aud will follow up soon with a couple of good pitchers. Long mire and Williams. Granville county boys reported today and appear to be in good shape, due to early work out* hi their home county ! LAX ENFORCEMENT OF LAW IN HAWAII SHOWN IN REPORT (Continued from Page One.) ia the islands today seems fairly com parable with conditions on the main land. the mainland ought not to ask of Hawaii more law observance than tt. itself, presents. We appreei&te the force of the sug gestion Vat tbe following reasons have persuaded us that steps should pro perly now be taken, when net only Congress, but the public, is interested In the subject, which will tend to im prove things In the future: il« The territory .because of Its small area, and great isolation, is rea sonably capable of more consistent law enforcement than areas of simi lar size on tbe mainland. (21 The territory's position as a military and naval post of great Im portance. requires a higher degree of law enforcement, in order to avoid embarassment of the military (and naval forces. (3> The conditions which we found to exi* tin the territory will, unless changed aad remedied, quite certainly prevent effective law enforcement in the territory in th not dieia/it future, i <4> Moreover, Congress has no au , thority or control over crime condi tions ,or law enforcement adminis tration in cities on the mainland, or in the various state governments. In Hawaii. however, the Congress has full conrtlo, and therefore address itself toward the establishment of such laws and prohibition as, in its opinion, will create tbe best possible conditions in the territory. Congress may not do more than this, and it certainly should not do less. <s> Finally', the character of the territorial population with its oriental and Polynesian background, presents such an extraordinary experiment In the development of the American con stitutional form of self government among such peoples that no effort should be spared in provided proper conditions of law enforcement, and a suitable administration of justice for the people of the territory- HENDERSON. (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1952 t 11 GAMES SLATED FOR UJLC. FROSH Season Opens With Augusta Military Academy At *• Home April II Chapel Hill, April 4. The Carolina Freeh man baseball team will open its season with Augusta Military Aca demy hgre April 11 and play a sche dule of II games, according to the card announced today by Graduate Manager Charles T. Woolen. A squad of 80 men. with strong candidate* for every post except pit cher, greeted the first practice call of Coaches Bill Cerney and Odell Sapp and indications are that the Tar Bt bies may present a strong team. Several es the men etarrted on other freshman teams last fall and winter, as Daniels. Shaffer, Martin, Farrell, and Berger in football; Zaizer and Kaveny in basketball; Quarles in box ing; and Childers in track. Tbe schedule; April 11 —A. M. A. here. April 13 TLouWburg College here. April IS—Mount Pleasant C. I. here. April 21—Duke Frosh here. April 26 State Frosh there. April 27 Presbyterian Junior Col lege here. April 29—Wake Forest there. May 2 -Davidson here. May 10—N .C. State here. May 12 Duke there. May 17 —Wake Forest here. SIX BOXING BOUTS FOR STATE TEAMS Techs Will Alto Be Entered In Southern Conference Tournament Raleigh. April 4. —Six boxing mat ches have been scheduled for the 1833 State College team. The Techs will also be entered in the Southern Con ference meet to be held at the Uni versity of Virginia on February 24 and 25. The University of North Carolina Is the only new school on next winter's card. The match with Carolina will be staged January 21 at either Chapel Hill or Raleigh. The opening date is with Washington and Lee at Lexing ton. January 12. The oomplete schedule is: Jan. 12, Washington and Lee at Lex ington, Va. Jan. 21, U. N. Carolina (place pend ing). Jan. 27, Duke at Durham. Feb. 4, South Carolina at Raleigh. Feb. 11, V. P. I. at Blacksburg. Va. Feb. 18, Maryland at Raleigh. Feb. 24-25, Southern Conference meet at Charlottesville. Va. State's team next year will be led by Charlie Garner, Southern Confer ence welterweight champion. Alfred Welling 115; Tom McGhee, 126; Mar shall Rhyne and Bill Perritt, 135; James Hall. 175 and Red Espey, un limited, members of this years team, will be back for the 1633 season. Pro mising freshman talent may be found In Turner Bilisoly. 115; Bill Dunaway, 145; Jack Fabri, 160; Red Stephens, 175 and Clifton Daugherty, unlimited. Bulldogs To Clash With Zeb Vance Here Tuesday Visitors Have Edge on Local Highs in Number of Garnet Won In Previous Years, But Bulldogs Have Good Showing So Far Tbit Season Freeh from a conference victory over Oxford Orphanage, tfie Hen derson high school baseball team will meei 2ieb Vane; high school tomorrow afternoon in League Park for the final meeting of the two club* this year. The locals have already won two out of three game*; played, and are fast improving in both their fielding and their ability to use the willow. Little is known of the Zeb Vance nine but if the present team equals those that school has heretofore sent here to meet the local high, a good game is assured those who witness it, for there*has always been keen rivalry between the tw > schools, and when DAVIDSON SPORTS FACF ACTIVE WEEK Baseball, Track, Tennis and Golf Teams Have Meets This Week Davidson. April 4. Davidson Col lege athletic teams enter their first intensive week of spring sports dur ing the coming six days, with both the baseball and track teams meet ing rival members of the Big Five, the team opening its schedule with a pair of matches, and the golf team taking its first lengthy trip into Geor gia and South Carolina. Red Laird's baseball team, show ing steady improvement all the time, will meet Wake Forest here next Saturday afternoon in the only game on their card for othe week. It will be the first Big Five game the Wild cats will have had on their home dia mond so far, and their second melee in the Big Five, the othe*- being against Carolina. The Wildcat golf team goes to Geor gia for its first foreign invasion of the season. They will meet Emory University at Atlanta on Monday, and play Georgia Tech here on Tuesday. Wednesday Davidson will meet the University of Georgia at Athens in its third match of the week, and will close its tour against Furman Univer sity at Greenville, 5 S. C., on Thursday. The Davidson track team has its second dual meet of the spring Sat urday at Durham when they will meet the Duke University Blue Devils. The Wildcats dropped their first meet to the powerful University of Florida squad, when a strong finish by the Southerners in the last three events pushed them far into the lead. The Duke meet Will be the first for David son against State t£ams. Davidson's tennis team will open its spring schedule here with a pair of matches this week. Tomorrow after noon they will meet the University of South Carolina, and then play Hamp den-Sydney on Saturday. Following the HampdenSydney matches, David son will leave on a long trip through Georgia and South Carolina, which will keep them away from Davidson for most of the following week. two athletic teams representing the two schools meet same real action ia shown by both teams. Zeb Vance ha* the edge on Hender son ia game* won In the pent, but the margin is narrow, and the Bulldogs will be out there fighting tooth and paw to ring uo anoth« r victory for the high school. The battery that Coach Payne, the Bulldog mentor, will use has not been announced, but it’s J. Mhle’ turn oc the mound, owever this versatile boy caught tbe game nidi Oxford Orph anage Friday aad has played In the outfield in other games, so it is a matter of guessing just who will twirl. STATE INSTITUTION POPULATION 18,413 Only 2,416 of That Number In County Homes and County Jails Dully DlaiiMrt Bureau, In Ihe Kir Walter Hotel. BY J. IIISKKR YI 1.1.. Raleigh. April 4.—The total popula tion of all the State charitable, cor rectional and penal instiutions, as well as of all county homes and county jails, was 18,413 on March 1, according to figures just compiled by tbe State Board of Charities and Public Welfare Os this total, 15,997 were inmates of State institutions and only 2,416 of county homes and jail*. Os those in State institutions 9,354 were white and 6,643 Negroes. Os the total oi 15,997 In State in stitution* at the end of February, a total of 6,293 were in institutions for mental patients and for the feeble minded, R. Eugene Brown, director of the division of State institutions, pointed out. Those in institutions for physical defectives numbered 1,215 for juvenile delinquents, 974; in the homes for Confederate soldier* and wives of confederate soldier*, 71. The county homes in the 25 counties that report ed, had a total population of 1,116 while there were 981 prisoners In 45 county jails, with 319 more in county prison farms and workhouses. More than half the prisoners in county jails were awaiting trial, with 004 being held for trial and only 377 serving sentences, ail for less than 60 days, since ail sentenced to 60 days or more automatically go the State Highway Commission prison camps to work on the roads. Os these 377 serv ing sentences, 168 were white men, 20 white women. 108 negro men and 81 negro women. There were 7,444 In the State Prison and its various prison camps and in the State Highway Commission prison camps. Os this number, about 3,000 were in the State Prison system and about 4,400 in the State Highway Com mission prison camps in all sections of the State. But for the fact that the highway commission now maintains all prisoners that get sentences of 60 days or more on misdemeanor charges Hia Majesty B! Wearing his regal crown as only a real King can, Champion Sir Major Spike, famous English bulldog, posed for this picture after win ning first honors at the p a L ' l J ,c Toast Bulldog Club show in Holly wood. And if anybody questions • Spike’s” right to the crown, let him start something! the oountles would now have to be taking care of some 4,400 prisoners than they now have. NOTICE OF RESALE The property hereinafter described, having been offered for sale on tbe 24th day of March. 1932 and a bid of $411.0u for saxn* having been received and thereafter such bid having been raised to $452 10 and an order of re sale having been made by the Clerk of Superior Court of Vance county, N. C , now therefore, pursuant to said order of resale arid by virtue of a cer tain deed of trust executed by Harri son L. Allen on the 14th day of Jan uary 1931, and recorded in the Reg ister of Deeds office of Vance County, N. C.. in Book 162, Page 279, default having been made in the payment of the same and at the requef* of the holder of the note therein secured, I shall sell by public auction to the higheet bidder, for cosh, at the court house door in Henderson. N. C., at twelve o’clock noon on Monday the 18th day of April, 1932 the following described property: Begin *4 a stake intersection of Nel son and Southerland Street* and run thence N 87 W. 50 feet to a stake, thence N. 2 E. 161 2-5 feet to a stake; thence S. 88 E. 50 fees to a Make on Nelson Street: Thence along Nelson Street S. 2 W. 162 1-4 f<y*t to the be ginning same being the lot sold by George Arthur Franklin to H. L. Allen and Winnie Myrtle Allen, deed dated April 10th, 1920. Recorded in Register of Deeds office, Book 98, page 49. See deed re-recorded book 156, page 508. Also see deed from Winnie Myrtle Allen Ayscue and hus band George W. Ayscue of Wake County. N. C., dated December 13th. 1930 to H. L. Alien. same conveying all of their interest in said property, the same conveying thereon one half t'n-divided interest, and filed for the records of even date with the filing of this instrument. The property covered by this deed of trust is on the northern side of Southerland street and corners on Nelson street. This being the Aome place of H. L. Allen. This the 2nd day of April, 1932. R. B. CARTER. Trustee. Dltpateb WANT ADS Get Results MISS Q. C BLACKNALL. PUBLk* •tenogropher now located at Hen derson Book Co. Copying, niuln graphing, aumeograpblag 2-ts AMBITIOUS, RELIABLE man wanted Immediately to handle Wine products in Roanoke Rapids Customers eMabMabed Excellent opportunity, Heady employment rapid advancement for right man Write today, J. R. Watkins Com pany, 231-121 Johnson Ave Ne wark. N. J. 4-iu FOR PAINTS! VISIT "THE PIjtCR of Values.” It’s like a real pain; store, featuring a complete stock of Woolsey's quality paints. Wool.seys has given sotisffying service sim> 1853. Alex S. Watkins 4-lu FOR RENT APARTMENT ON Gho Ison Avenue. Mrs Good* Cheatham, Phone 145. Wed-Sat. it. WILL PAY $35 00 PER WEEK AND expense*. Man or woman with to aril Poultry Mixture Eureka Mfg. Co., E*»f St. J»uiv 111. 4-2 i, FOR RENT A MODERN room house on Zollicoffer Aw i West End) at reduced rent. Alex S. Watkins. 2-3 n WHEN YOU THINK OF BUILDING materials think of 'The Place of Values". Alex S. Watkins. "Where Quality Tells and Price* Sell " «-ir JUST RECEIVED NICE CARLOAD coal price $5 75 per ton you deliver $6 50 w© deliver. Weighed in Km pound sacks so you get full weight All lumps, no du.st. Call telephone 38, 268 or 196. 4-ls WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED~TO handle rervice and repairs on Air line Radios by Montgomery Waid and Co. Full line parts or hand Mixon Jewelry Co. 2ssf. FRESH PRODUCE AT “M" SYSTEM, spring onions, given pepper* im nip salad, spjjtach carrot*, lewiK celery, California oranges, grape fruit, bananas, lemons, and apple- It pays to trade at "M” System Gro cery. 4-ld benjamin" MOORE'S PAINTS and varnishes of the highest quality in every pointing need. They have been sold for over 40 years at Wat kin* Hardware Co. 12-ts FOR RENT FOUR CONNECTING rooms, downstairs apartment cn Rowland Street, modern six room bungalow, newly painted inside Southall St. R. L. Musuan Phone 341-W. 4-li; LOST BETWEEN DURHAM AND Oxford near Creedmoor, Route 75 lady's brown leather purse contain ing money, gloves. medicals, auxil ary card, name. Mrs Grover C Goodwin. A.4ieville. N. C. Reward. Notify T. H. Crudup Henderson. N. C. | 2-3 U. TRADE AT "M" SYSTEM FOR BERT quality groceries! White House and Maxwell House Coffee. Del Monte product* in fruit auiad. pears, apri cots and corn Van Camp's catsup. Duke’s mayonai.se While House vinegar and Meirose flour. 4-1. THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NOW ON sale at The Smoke Shop, Jefferson Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen and Wiggins Drug Store. You may se cure a copy from any of these places at the regular price of sc. 29-ts. STONEWALL APARTMENTS FOR rent. Steam- heated. We pay for fuel and fire th* furnace. Also for rent to gentleman one ateun bested roam, bath adjoining. Eric G. Fbn nagsn. Mon. Wed. Frl. ts- FOR BALE WHYTE SECOND sheets, letterhead lire, cut from good news stock. 60c per thousand. Large quantities at lower prices. Hender son Dally Dispatch. 3-Jot NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Default having been mode in pay ment of the indebtedness secured by that certain deed of trvwt to me as trustee for Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company by John W. Smith and wife, Emma B. Smith, on July 1, 1930, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deed* of Vance County in Book of 350. I will, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained In said deed of trust, and at the request of the cestui que trust ( and for the purpose of discharging the debt secured by said deed of trust, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court bouse door in Henderson, Vance County, North Carolina, at 12 o'Mock noon on Wednesday. May 4. 1932. the following described land, to-wit. Begin at a point formed by the in tersection of Chestnut Street with the southern aide of Burwell Avenue in the City of Henderson, N. C-. and run westerly along tbe South side of Bur wril Avenue $1 b-io feet to th© line of W. H. Goodrich, then South parallel with Chestnut Street 130 feet mote ox. lese to Mrs. J. Y. Landis’ line; then easternly parallel to Burwril Ave nue 61 8-10 fwt to Chestnut street, then along Chestnut street 133 2-3 feet to the beginning point, bring part of the same lot conveyed to J. W Smith by Mrs. C. L. Macon, See Book 133 Page 123. This the 31st day of March, 1932 JULIAN PRICE, Trustee Brooks, Parker, Smith and Wharton Atty*. a Greensboro, N. C.