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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, May 02, 1932, Image 7

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WALKED IN SJX MONTHS, RAN FROM
The house to the pump in
, RECORD TIME TODAY! stakju6/
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ltfG SISTER This IS News? By LES EORGRAVE
GOSH! I WISH OADCOOLDA 'N I ; m l ~~ WELL, OLD SOCKS; WvWt N't AKIM© you tvtUSTtO’T LET THAT N^OW^'v"-
THAT 90AT» ©OT 1 (lx IF BOATS ARE GO»MG TO \ VC>O LOOK SO <3LUNA? VDO'Re XDO. VOOR DAD “STILL. HAS A,
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° the GUMPS -O, HAPPY DAY
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AY LAST N»6hY \ YwlS, *A<** NNifc'*- AKto » THINK I WEAKfC» YOU |L£L=D / *,,«. ) / SA D>t> V4C \ I
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HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH- MONDAY MAY 2,1932
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RoctT of 'fAßo'PlAn-i^which K"is seT aside and Allowed
Resembles a large Sva/eeTpotato ferment and y&is sour ,
is The staple food rr-ihe nmTve semi- fermented, lavender-coloced
HAWAIIAN WKEW COOKED iT" HASS IS <HE FAMOUS " POI",
HAS A 'PURPLE.iSH, MILDEWEED Yhe FAVOR Iffe. FOOD OF THE HAWAIIAN
- one square mile of
AND MIKEE) WITT'. WATER. UNfIL lT YkRO LAND WILL FEED 15,000
ASSUMES TtfE OF MUStf- NATIVES Fee A WHOLE YEAR.
DID YOU KNOW? -- - By R. J. Scott ,
PAGE SEVEN
riireat by Kedsl
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Sallowing the receipt of a threat
ening note by his father, James G.
I>ern (above), son of Gmernor
of Nevada, is being closely
y-oarded against possible kidnaping
or death. The note read: “Dear
Governor: We do not like yon!
T* you don’t do something for us
you will never see another election,
ff you make this public we’ll get
your eon. (Signed) Communist.”
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FOR BREAD, WOULD HE
You A HEEL?
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