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Three Teams In
BUM SCHEDIf
' IS ABOUT Fin
Expected To Be Put Into
Operation Next Woek
For The Summer
With one week of City League play
# bv the standing shows three
* 4 ' nl , tied tor top position five for
_ co „a and three out of the four
!?me* scheduled for the week played
*On Tuesday, the Lions routed the
WiMtwn Cowboy-' 14-7. in the season's
n er Wall Street followed with a
over the Poet Office team, 16-3.
,nd Clements took an easy vtetory
„v<r the M E. Baracaa. 11-8. Paly will
b« continued or through the summer
awr.the on a regular schedule now
being prepared and which may be
rtsdv for release Monday in time for
cei: week's games.
There are seve-al surprisingly
»tron* aggregations entered in the
#i gue and many of the teams boast
0 f *ome former baseball stars who
w ,kvme the chance to get back into
s»»u>r.
On the whole, much Interest is be
r.jt »hown in the city loop play so
jar both by the players and by spec
tator*. as a number of people have
been out to witness the games. There
U no admission charge, to these
jame* since thev are being financed
bv the players themselves, and much
fan ran be had.
On the eight clubs there are 120
B*n or fifteen players to each chib
ir.J rha* wi*h' t itself Is a good num
ber of people interested In baseball
A- it wiu said in the beginning
:fce loop was formed to have baseball
»or the summer, .to give the players
eiiKM and. mainly, to have some
fin The managers of the different
C.ube hsve evidently kept this in mind
»!u!e forming their clubs, and now
•be letgue boasts of eight evenly
sutehed club- and the championship
cepe’td* on the club thal Improves
•te m>>st during the season,
kiwast' M. I*. Hm raca* Memtav
Postponed on account of Kiwanis
Udte* Night." the ball game sehe
tied for Friday between the Kiwanis
ibl U P Barecas will be played
Meedsy afternoon at r»:X) o’r ( ,k ut
Inn* Park. The Sunday 'chooi boys
cult d an exhibition game lor ;et»
terday but rain forced its cancella
tion
TWO STATE S GRID
GAMES IN RALEIGH
Rsletgh Msv 28 -Two home games
are lifted on the 1932 State College
freshman football schedule of five
game--. David-on plays here on Oc
tober 21 and Oak Ridge will close the
aeaeon at Raleigh on November 11.
The five game schedule is:
Oct 7, Duke at Durham.
Oct. 13. Wake Forest at Wake For
ftt.
Oct 21. Davidson at Raleigh.
Oct 2d. Carolina at Chapel Hill.
*' ov - u, Oak Ridge at Raleigh.
ANNOUNCING
REMOVAL
—OF—
Boston Shoe Store
FIRE STOCK
To temporary location,
opposite J. C. Penny 00.
FIRE SALE
Still Going On
Everything at give away prices
Shoe repairing neatly done *
at lowest prices.
We Write all form* of /
INSURANCE :
Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Liability, ,
i
Compensation, Plate Glass, Use and Oc
cupancy, Rents, Bonds,<etc. Only strong {
stock companies represented.
Let us assist you in securing the proper
protection for your-property. ;
5
Henderson Loan &
Real Estate Co.
Phone 139-J
CITY LEAGUE
Lions " * *•»
w 1 0 I.ooti
MoU>r C ° ■ 1 0 1,000
■ Cwanls 0 o nnn
P. Baracaa o o 000
o 1
*' 0 1 loS
PFRDMONI LKAOITjr
Otub -*uu |
Wlnaton Salem 17 ' lo
Gmensboro 15 i 2
Durham n ...
Asheville 13 ... ' *
Charlotte ***
i2 \t ; 4 4 “
AMMMICAN league
Nww**York
££r° n ;
phiMdeiph* H -jjj
B °* ton 6 28 .176
national league
W. L. P*
Cincinnati 31 31
Pittsburgh 16 lg ' 4?l
St l^ls 17 21 447
Brooklyn 17 21 _
N - w York 14 18 *438
Philadelphia .- 17 22 436
£il|p|
PIEDMONT ‘LEAGUE
Green-sboro 8; Wilmington 7.
Charlotte 3-7; High Point 0-5.
Others rain.
k*
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 6; S« Louis 3.
Detroit 7; Chicago 5.
Only games played.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Bvwklyn 5; New York 2.
Philadelphia 8; Boston 5.
Pittsburgh 8; St Louis 4.
Chicago 6; Cincinnati 4.
Toda^GSmis
CITY LEAGUE
(Monday 1
Kiwanis vs. M P. Baracaa.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Winston Salem at Raleigh.
Wilmington at Greensboro.
Charlotte at High Point.
Durham at Asheville.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cleveland a* St. Louis.
Chicago at Detroit.
NATIONAL I.EAOUE
Brooklyn at New York.
St Ix)uis at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
WANER GAINS 10 POINTS
TO SET NATIONAL PACE
By the Associated Press
With Paul Waner again in the lead
the Nation*! League members of the
Big Six did some hefty hotting yester
day Waner hit a single, a double and
a triple in four times at bat to shoot
his mark up above the .400 mark
again wtth a ten point gain. Ohrick
Hafey and Hon Hurst each hit twice
In five attenjpt but Hafey gained only
one point and Hurst two.
All three American League leaders
were idle.
.. i • 1 ;.v'v • *
HENDERSON, (N. C.,J DAILY DISPATCH- SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1932 7
City Loop Are TiedFor Top Position
00^s Like Munder on utoe fiootf
JU-
Api 0u.;.. .. ~ -riv.ng a- in pu.,iiiv will testify. Pick Shikat, chal
lenger ior the heavyweight wrestling crown, is net about to toss his train
ing partners from the roof top. He is merely demonstrating for the
cameraman that he is strong enough to earrv h«th of them. Shikat is
bard at work in New York preparing for his championship match with
F.d (Strangler) Lewis.
State College Professor
Gives Depression Remedy
nail? DUpnlrto R«rn*,
In ftor Sir Walter Hotel.
MY J. <•. HtSHKItYII.r.
Raleigh. May 28. -One of the pre
dominant causes of the depression Is
th etremenduus increase in the cont
of dollars and that business and gov
ernments, as well as Individuals, are
now virtually having to, pay back two
dollars for every dollar borrowed be
fore the depresalon started. Dean B.
F Brown of the School of Business
Administration, State College, said
here today.
“The depression is rtothihg more
than the name we have given to the
lack of adjustment between the num
ber of dollars available and the num
br of dollears neded, and it will con
tinue until we can bring about a re
adjustment to get a balance again
between the supply of money and the
demand for it," Dean Brown said “At
the present time, the cost 6f money
Is high, the dollar being worth about
$1.90, while before October, 1929, it
was worth only about 70 cents.
“As long as the demand for dollars
exceeds the supply needed for carry
ing on normal business activities, tjie
dollar remain high. This Is especially'
AT MA™ EVENT
Stated Only Major-General
In Revolution Honored
By Tablet
Mrs. Sydney P. Cooper has return
ed home from Eastern North Carolina,
where on Friday she was the princi
pal speaker at historic old Weyman
church near EMxabeiMx>wn, in Bladen
county, on ttie occasion of the presen
tation of a marker erected by the-
Battle of Elizabethtown chapter of
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion to the memory of Major General
Robert Howe, North Carolina's only
Revolutionary mlajor general.
The ceremonies opened about 11
o’clock wthfxi the assemblage was call
RAZE BIRTHPLACE OFJMRS. HARDING
The birthplace of the Late Mrs.
•Warren G. Hardiag, wife of Pres
ident Harding, at Marion, 0., is
to be razed to make way for the
erection of a modern busineee
-Meek. kke imudiog. • ewaed -by '
true now when business men and gov
ernments are having to use these high
priced dollars to repya dollars bor
rowed when they were worth only
about half as much as they uic now.
"There are three wuys to secure a
readjustment of the supply of money
to the demand. One is start the print
ing presses, print enough money to
correct the balance and bring the
price >of the dollar down through in
flation .A second is partially inflate
and partially decrease the amount of
indebtedness -In other words, cut
some from both ends. The third Is to
scale dwon all debts, bonded and
otherwise, so that the dollar at Its pre
sent value will pay off an equal
amount of value. I favor this last
plan, since it would work less of a
hardship on those who have borrow
ed since the depression started. It is
perhaps the more difficult, because of
the legal technicalities Involved, but
Is decidedly the fairest plan for re
adjusting conditions, and getting a
balance between the supply and de
mand for dollars. No debts contracted
when the dollar was cheap should be
paid with the present expensive dol
lar."
ed together by a bugle call from the
Acme Boy Scouts in uniform and
the speakers and distinguished guest*
entered in procession passing through
an aisle made by the scouts. Invo
cation was pronounced by Rev. W.
L. Wilson after which words of greet
ing were spoken by Mrs. Edgar Mc-
Culloch to which Col. Walker Tay
lor of Washington Sena
tor Cameron Morrison was introduced
by Mrs. D. S. Currie of Parkton.
Senator Morrison delivered an able
address on Americanism. He gave a
brief review of the public service of
Marjor General Howe and then apoke
on the formation of the federal gov
ernment and its functioning.
Mrs. J. A. Biown of Chadbourn,
gave an account of the descendants of
Major General Howe. She was in
troduced by Mrs. W. L. Wilson of
Acme. Mrs. H. H. Brimley, of Ra
leigh. Mrs. Stella Petway of Wil
mington. Mrs. S. P. McNair, of Wihte
Lake, and Robert Howe Hall, descend
ants of General Howe, were present
for the occasion. )
Mrs* Sydney P. Cooper, State Re
gent, was presented by Mrs. fc>. S.
Currie, Mrs. Cooper spoke on "Stand
ing iY>r Thing® Worth Wlhlle.” •
Dr. Frank Murphy, la 75 year*
old, situated le?s than a block from
Marion’s public square. Mrs.
Harding, who was Florence Kling,
was born on the second floor.
*bev*. A«g. lt>. llvO.
Belief Per*ists of Managerial
Berth for Bambino
Next Season
New Work. May 28 —(APl—Despite
denials .the belief persists in well
informed baseball circles that Dr.
George Herman Ruth will be sent
to Boston soon to treat a mighty sick
bail club, the Red Sox
Some of the more enthusiastic sup
porters of the Ruth-to-Boston plan
claim the Babe will go to the Hub
City next season as playing manager
If the New York Yankees win the
pennant this year.
They maintain there is nothing fan
tastic about the proposal because (1)
the Babe wants to become a manager
as soon as possible; (2> there is little
chance of his piloting the Yanks, and
Boston is his next choice; <3> Colonel
Jacob Ruppei owner of the Yanks, is
understood to be interested financially
in the Boston outfit, and probably
would approve the transfer if New
York takes the pennant this season
HOME COMING DAY
TO BE FAIR WEEK
Raleigh, May 28. Home Coming
Day will be celebrated at State Col
lege next fall on Friday, October 14.
of State Fair Week. The feature of
the occasion will be a football game
between the Wolfpaek and the Wake
Forest Deacons to be played on Rid
dick Field. The game was orginally
scheduled for Saturday, October 15,
but will be changed to Friday, ac
cording to Dr. Ray R. Sermon, ath
letic director.
BURGOO KING FAVORED
TO TAKE'WITHERS MILK
New York, May 28 (API E. R.
Bradley’s Burgoo King, winner ol the
Kentucky Derby and the Preakne**,
today was named the odds-on favorite
tn a field of seven for the Withers
Mile at Belmont Park today.
Harrison Tells Advocates
They Lack The Votes
(Continued from Page One.)
The petition was going the rounds
on the Republican side also.
Sales tax opponents earlier chal
lenged the Senate to an Immediate
teat, and warned that any delay in
enactment of the budget balancing
bill reeted upon the advocates of the
sales levy.
Proponents of the levy werp also
claiming a majority.
Washington, May 28 (AP)—Advo
cates of the general sales tax wer
challenged in the Senate today by
Harrison, of Mississippi, Democratic
tax leader, for an immediate show
down a* he shouted, "You haven't
got the votee."
He accused Prer.iden tHoover and
the sales tax advooate* of attempting
to "browbeol" the Senate into sup
porting the controversial sales levy,
after the Senate had a Wady voted
enough levies to balance the budget.
As the Missiaodipo-ian opened the
first dHftetp on the 1.75 per cent aalea
tax advanced by Senator Walsh, Dem
ocrat, *».aseachuaetts, leader hurried
ly checked over their polls. Both aides
claimed victory, but the most accu
rate poll available showed 46 of the
96 senators for it less than the re
quired majority.
As Harrison questioned the position
of the President on the disputed levy
intimation reached Capitol HiH that
Mr. Hoover was prepared to make
clear hte poaitkm at an early date on
this contest.
' 1 ..
Mom Nuhokuu.
still ill.
A COUPLE-
HaSecdashek
CONSIDE R.E C>
ruffian when he
COtLAPS AND TlffS
HIS CUSTOI^CRS?
Columbia ✓ tens.
DBA*. NOAM* IF TOO
MEET A BEE4AR. ON A
COLD DARK MIGHT
should you give him a
W-RAP ? OTTX) W.LAMeN
1 —1 Cvlon, wis
j Do rr now— L->-
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Without Fail!
If you move or change your
oddreks please notify uh fk> that
we may change the address on
your paper. .lust drop a cai*d
in the mail or phone 610, giviiig.
both old and new address.
Henderson Daily
Disprtteh
The Piedmont
Parade —.
Doubleheaders are carded through
out the league today.
Pointers Back In Cellar.
Charlotte Bees took both ends of
a doubieheader from High Point
Pointers yesterday in High .Point to
push the Pointers back into the caltar.
Rain cut both games abort.
Settlemire pitched a 3-0 victory in
the afternoon and Meola toosod at
7-3 win under the lights for the Baas
Pate Hand Tara a Looa.
Greensboro Pats took the first.game
of the week-end series from Wilming
ton last night in Greensboro on a wet
field 8-7. The condition of the field
was responsible for part of Wilming
ton's seven errors.
This was the sixth straight loss foi
the Tars.
Rain forced all other games sche
duled to be cancelled.
FOOTBALL PRICEAT
STATE WILL BE CUT
Raleigh. May 28. Dr. Ray R. Ser
mon, athletic director at State Col
lege. announced here today that State
would make some reduction in prices
for Its 1932 home football games. Two
dollars was charged at most of the
games last year. Dr. Sermon said he
did not know at present what the
reduction in price would be.
HELEN MOODY MOVES UP
IN AUTKUIL NET EVENT
Auteuil, France, May 28 < API —
Helen Wills Moody advanced to_ the
finals of one division of play and the
semi-finals of another in the French
tennis championships yesterday.
NOTICE OF SALE
Default having bfen made in pay
ment cf indebtedness to underalgnetl
mortgagee, covered by Chattel Mort
gage executed by D. Britt Griasom
and G. Melvin Gnssoni trading as
Griasom Tailors and Cleaners exe
cuted the 27th day of May, 1931, and
duly recorded in Book 168, page 05 in
the office of the Register of Deeds of
Vance County, North Carolina, this is
notice, that pursuant to the powers
contained in the said mortgage, the
undersigned mortgagee will offer for
sule at twelve o'clock noon on the
18lh day of June. 1&32 at Uttl build
ing located on Garnett Street In the
CUy of Htndetaon, wherein the said
Grissoms Tutoring and Cleaners now
operate a pressing club the following
described chattels as covered by the
,sa id mortgage:
1 Glover H-l System Complete
1 Glover 30x48 Revei-se Washer
1 150 gallon supply tank
1 Gtovvf rapid deodoriser KD type- D
1 5 H P motor 1800 RPM 60 cycle
1 20 ft 1 11-16 in. lineohaft with col
lars
4 16 fn. sieel hangers
3 24 in. diameter by 4 in. flat fact
pulleys
1 14 In. diameter by 6 in. fliat face
pulleys
1 8 in. diameter by 6 in. fiat face
pulleys
1 4 in. diameter by 8 in. fiat face
pulleys
14 in. diameter by 4 In. flnt face
pulleys
1 12 in. diameter by 4 in. flat face
pulleys.
1 Hear plate glass spotting table.
1 24 ‘solid curb extractor.
1 Purchased from the Glover Sales
Division of the Butler Manufacturing
Company of Kansas City, Mo.)
1 H-iijey Davidson Motor Cycle No
G63946-A with side car.
2 Hoffman Steam Presses bought of
United States Hoffman Machinery
Corporation of Atlanta, Georgia.
1 Pantex Steam Prees.
1 Volclone Tumbler Machine bought
of Volclone Company of Milwaukee.
Wis. 1
1 Upright O. & S. boiler.
1 1-2 Ton Ford Truck Motor, No.
A1468925 title No. 801602^A.
Also nil jrtock, goods, fixtures and
merchandise which we own now sit
uate in this building on Garnett Stree;
in Oity of Henderson, North Carolinn.
wherein we operate a cleaning and
prowling establishment.”
Terms of said sale CAfIJHL
Thß the 28th day of May. 1932.
EULA H. GOODRICH. Mortagee.
NOTICE
Under and by virtue of authority
contained in that certain deed of trust
exeouted by WSnstead-Rmilh Co.,
dated 20th of May 1931, default hav
ing been made in payment of the debt
thereby secured and upon the request
of the holder (hereof, I will offer for
sale at the Courthouse door In Vance
County on Monday the 27th day of
June 1932, at 12 o’clock noon, at pub
lic auction, for cash, to the highest
bidder a three-fifths undivided inter
est in the folk)wing deacribed real
property:
Begin on north side of Mont
gomery street corner of lota 9 and 10
and run thence along lot 10 line 174 3
feet to corner of lot 10 In Kerner line;
whence along said Kerner tine 75
feet to comer of lot No. 6: thence
said Montgomery street; thenre along
along Jot No. 6 line 173 25 feet to
“aid street 75 feet to the point of the
beginning, it being the identical same
property and Improvements upon the
same acquired by said W instead-
Smith Company from D. P. Me-
Doffee. Trustee, under deed dated the
32nd of December 1923 of record
Vance Registry in book 120 at page
30, save and except the two-fifths
<2-5) undivided interest In said pro
perty conveyed to OHvla Augusta Win
stead under deeds of record book 141,
pago 427 and book 160 page 728 Vance
negtetry to which reference may be
had
Tbi» flhe 28th day of May. 1932.
D. P. MCDUFFIES, TTastae.
PAGE SEVEN
LEM BASEBALL
CLUB IS FORK
A. D. Patterson A*k» HSoqw
Interested To Get tin
Touch With Him
A. D. Patterson, post athletic officer
for the local American Legion poet
sounded a call today foi - ndl-1 ntar
for the 1932 American Legion Junior
baseball team to represent toe local
post. All boys in the county wko •will
iiol be 17 before July 1 are eligible
for play, and are urged to get in
touch with Mr. Patterson tmnsediaie
iy. so that work can be started on
the organization of the team and prac
tice begun.
I-ast year's team was eliminated by
Durham In chuminnnahip play.
POLITICAL
NOTICES
Special Notice
Thi* li to n*l!f> all candidate* ter
office that |ietulca| oatlces iwMMmI
lu this column or elsewhere In the
Daily I>‘s|»at< h are <oth in wduonea.
Kates furnished upon application.
FOR RKUORDHR
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Recorder of Vance County subject to
the Democratic primary, June 4th.,
and will appreciate your vote.
* R. E. CLEMENTS.
FOR 110 l SK~OF
REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-elec*ion to the House of Repreoen
tatives. subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4. If elected I aball
continue ray effort* to bring about-a
further tax reduction.
Your support will be appreciated.
JOHN B. CRUDUP
FOR KKUOKDKR
I hereby announce myself a wall
date for the office of Reoorder, to suc
ceed myself, Bubjcet to the Democratic
Primary.
Your support will be very much ap
preciated.
T. S. KITTRELL.
FOR STATE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy- to
represent Vnnce and Warron coun
ties In the Senate of the North Caro
lina Ganera) Assembly, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary,
June 4Lh., 1932.
Your support will be deeply appre
ciated.
D. P. MCDTfFFKB
FOR RROISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate to succeed mvself as Register
of Deeds of Vance county, subject to
the Democratic primary on June 4.
if nominated and elected to this of
fice I shall nt all times carry out
the duties of the office to the best
of my ability, and as economically
as possible, as 1 have done In the'
past. Your support and vote will be
greatly appreciated.
HORACE M. ROBINSON
FOR CONSTABLE
This Is to say to my friends that > I
will b? a candidate for constable of
Henderson township in the Jane .4
Democratic primary, and 1 solicit yo»r
support, which will bo greatly appre
ciated.
JUNE C CHAMPION
FOR HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
To the people of Vnnce County:.-1
hereby announce myself as t candi
date for the House of Re'preseAoJjJvs*,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary on -June 4, 1932. Your vole
and iafWenc© win *be sincerely appre
ciated. to
M. C. PfiARCE. S
FOR COUNTY’ COMMISSIONER
I am a candidate for County Com
mtamoner for the two year term, sub
ject to the Democratic primer;' of
June 4. Will appieriote your votOt
and support.
S. R. ADAMS. „
FOR HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the State House of Repreeenla'
tives subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4. and eolioH your sup
port, with the pledge that 1 shall en
deavor to give honest service in be
half of the people.
O. S FALKNER
FOR THE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the State Senate from tbe district
composed of Vance and Warren coun
ties, subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4, and will apppreolata
your support.
W. 8 CORBITT
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself as s can
didate to succeed myaelf ae Sheriff of
Vance County, subject to the Demo
cratic Primary on June 4th. If nomi
nated and elected I shall at all times
carry out the duties of this office to
the beet of my ability, and as econo
mically as possible, as I have done- in
the past. Your support and vote will
be greatly appreciated.
J. ED. HAM LETT
FOR CONSTABLE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Township Constable, subject
to the Democratic primary of Juno- 4.
1832.
Your support wiil b e greatly appear
dated.

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