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Costs of School Audits Are Less Under New Plan Dully l>l«|»ntrh llama, Iu Ikr <rtr Wnllrr Hutrl. B\ J I' R\IKKHVIU Raleigh. Aug. 23. The cost of au diting- county school funds has been reduced almost $23,000 this past year | compared with the ocst in 1929. be- 1 fore the General Assembly decreed j that no school fund audits should bo > made without first securing the ap proval oi the Local Government Com- J n- salon, figures secured todav at the! office of the commission show. 'i ne cost of school tuml audits in | the various counties for the year end ing June 30. 1932. was 128.867, while) for the year ending June 30 1929, the cost of these audits to the counties t was $50,606. For the fiscal year eud- j ing June 30. 193*). the cost of these school fund audits was $38,604. a sav- 1 ing of $12,000 the first year after the new law went into effect. For the! year ending June 30. 1931. the cost I waa $38,847. The first law enacted by the iy29 ’ General Assembly upon the recom mendation of the then County Gov ernment Advisory Commission, pro- * vided that before any countv official or county agency. Including the Board of Education, could have any audit made, it must first have a written contract and have it approved by the, executive secretary of the County j Government Commission. The 19311 General Assembly amended the act j so that in addition to approving the contracts, the director of local gov ernment should also approve all bills , for payment for services rendered by , auditors. STUDENTS REGISTER SOON AT CAROLINA Freahwan Week Activities To Get Un der Way September 19 With Good Pros peels Chapel Hill. Aug. 23.—With indica tions pointing to a large enrollment. Monday. September 19. has been de signated as the date for the arrival of tha new men at the University of North Carolina this fall. The annual Fre-hman Week ar-, tivtties. designed to orient the new- | comers to University life, will get un der way September 19 and continue through Wednesday. September 21. j when the new men will register Up- ] perclassmen and graduate students , will register Thursday. September 22. I Class work will begin on Friday. September 23. i Dr. T. J. Wilson. Jr.. Dean of Ad-j mission, says it is a bit too early to j make definite predictions as to en- ; rolment. The fre-hman class will pro- i bably run between 700 and 800, and the I number transferring from other in stitutions is unusually large. Last year the University’s enroll I GENTRY CLOTHES I I Made To Your Measure I $1575 and sl9 751 See our new fall line and you will buy here. j J. C. Penney Company I BIG SISTER Quicksand! 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REFUSES TO LISTEN "TO HER ) WITHOUT SAVING* Tft T_ | » # | ' 'KI |!j| I UAr\ \ ANO INSISTED ON CATINCa HIS ( GrOOD&VE I , * « BREAKFAST ALONE ' , • flßj [| ; 1 PcAR • ) 1 , li 't WlW&La^ INDICTED IN CAPITAL BONUS RIOTS t **,. jjjjjm k m f ' i wl ill ■■ ■ HfOilii f Josm -j v t ,v ? s 1 As an aftermath to the expulsion of the bonus army from Washing ton, these three bonus marchers have been indicted for alleged assaults on the police during the street rioting. The men are, left to right, Broadus Baulkner. of ment was the largest in its history, approximately 3.000 students being en rolled during the year. DAVIDSON MAN HAS DEPRESSION THEORY; Say* Low Os Faith With Attendant \ ' Result of Fear Is The Cause of Present Slttulidl | Davidson. Aug. 23. Loss of faith in one another and in the whole finan- j , cia: and social structure, with an at-! | tendant result of fear is the cause j of the depression in the mind of Dr. 1 i Fraser Hood. Davidson College pro ] i fessor of psychology, according to an j interview he gave recently to the ; Columbus, Ohio. Evening Enquirer, i Dr. Hood is a member of the 1932 ; i summer school faculty at Ohio State ! in Columbus and will broadcast over j Station WEAO at 8:30 p. m. Friday j night. The interview, as reported in j HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1932 | Kentucky; John 0. Olson, of Vnl i paraiso, Neb , and Bernard Mc ! Ciov, of Chicago, snapped follow ing the return of the indict merits. Olson won the D. 8. O. for gal lantry in action during the World war. They have been held in iaiL ihe Ohio paper, is as follows: The fear that causes depressions cannot be •’pooh-poohed” away, but must be overcome by unearthing the causes of that fear and making the public fnc? them, in the opinion of j Frazer Hood of Davidson College, ; visiting professor at Ohio State Uni versity durin gthe summer term. | ‘There is all but unanimous belief ■ that depressions derive from lack of ! confidence and that fear is at the 1 bottom of lack of confidence, but to ' the economist fear is such an abstract | term that it suggests no service to | hj man trying to devise a remedy.” j flood explains. I ”Psychologists, on the other hand. I hnve studied fear and known a great deal about its causes and curses. “In cases of individual fears, psy chologists have been very successful in unearthing causes and proposing j remedies. The same methods would j he helpful in analyzing widespread 1 social fears and suggesting palliatives I which would lesson the severity of j depressions." ATTENDING POWER i HEARING IN RALEIGH ! Mayor I. B. Watkins and ity Attor- I ney B. H. Perry were in Raleigh to ! day attending the power rate hearing before the State Corporation Commis | sion. in which the Carolina Power and Light Company's charges were under 1 study, with a veiw. as the commission | has stated, to effecting reductions if I and where possible. The Henderson t men were interested in lower muni j cipal rates for the city. ! PRODUCES WHEATAT 30 CENTS A BUSHEL Raleigh, Aug. 23. (AT*} — J. E. Stimpson. of Route 1. Raleigh, pro ' duced a crop of wheat this spring at j a cost of only 30 cents a bushel, j County Agent J. C. Anderson reports. ! Each Item of cost, including fer tilizer, seed, and planting and har vesting, was figured in the records kept on the crop. While the yield was low as compared with the state aver ! age, the low cost of production made j is a profitable crop and Mr. Stimpson i plans to increase his wheat acreage I this fall, Anderson said. THE OLD HOMB TOWN By STANLEY ■ iia " .. iFf'ii ai 0 ' ( seems mn / sw»ie^77l \\ -3^ [SINCE PeABODX THE SOCIETY FOfe THE SUPPRESSION OP PIC>E SMOKING HAS BEEN RAIDINQJT SEEMS THE vs/houe town has a bad case ofjitters 0 1932 L»« W Stealer Central Pr«*» 0-23^32 DID YOU KNOW? ffy & J. Body bird's down ; 4 “THE BULB/AND "THE. HEADDRESS , 'IHEL <-*•■(.-»: Tn* A.-si-ti.-uon, 1.-c. 3 BLOSSOM WANT ADS Get Results FOR RENT room bungalow. veniences, lorniei w *^' r * O. Seifert, rf.*-an. Vy floors, good lot at.oi;. , E. H. Thomas. c r . ■** Phone 450-J. " PREPARE future opporiunitie- *1,.. , ly accompany a j, ( 1 Fall term begin.- q iness School Sept«uG- ' 868. ‘ *> r -i — -3-12 FOR RENT- FOUR h, iO M ' r .7- t&ge on half ai> c ; u - . '*' Road, all modem env^r" 4 Rent sl2 50 p,-, , v^ r * Carter. Phone 571. YOUR INTEREST Is My 1:0 tkL ,- place your n.-xt in^u. t r.,/* '. one of my sttong Mu.• <•, n . ‘ W. C. Caies, i.« i>ei . GROCERY STOftßh. Kisii [/L,'" era and markets tave un \ vur ping paper. Use old Get a big but.aie at the patch oftice foj 10c. FOR RENT THREE Ro<’mY: U niched apartment upsa.:> V. lt iights and for sla Oo per mciitn h: • v i * , ‘ i: [the HENDERSON lit school int* nd- cotd ii: r,». classes in Highei a.-eoutu; Bookkeeping and Typing touch with us at one- Ph ip ti-i' SIX ROOM COTTAGE WITH <vLL modern convenience-- fuirr.er.v cupied by M C. M:lev j rl ,- ... able. Call Mrs. Elniote -;.v WHEN DOES YOUR NEXT hL. y expire? Don't overlook ?h*- : c- • feature of the Strung MuVm. : ponies represented b\ VY C licensed local agent ... THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NOW ? I Bale at The Smoke Shop, Jrffcit I Case, Henderson fancy K.-.cn. ' Wotman's Pharmacy Wi.g:.-- D:.. Store, Agency. Y ju n.iy a copy from any of it.o-e at the regular price of ftc x; noticm; Notice is hcieby g.\<i, H L Ayscue of Hendeison. N f in::.;!: aseignment to th*- un-j*-r-.ene* T:.- tee in favor of his ct*c/*-.o a:. Itors are iequirod • ;-r— n.: x; ixed and verified w. - n H Hem-y Periy, Cleik ; f■■u~ Vance County. Hend u-ii > 0 ; or before one'yeai I .<>n» in*- dsn hereof or this notic. w.!. i,. in bar thereof. A.i p-i- n ed to said Ayscue w. . tr.it: immediate payment v r *' ’•r.3:7 signed. This 9th day of Auyu-t 11*2? D P. McDUFFKE NOTICE In Su|>erior Court NORTH CAROLINA VANCE COUNTY: Alleen Petry, piaint.ff Vs. Bar’lett Periy. Jr pett-n-raf The defendant. Bartle’l lv” will take noticp that an sc '*- ' led as above has been cntiinc-'- ‘ y the Superior Court of Var.ci i North Carolina the purpo-e •-• action being to secure a d;v. t j Alee n Perry on the groin.o- ‘ : ‘ ! try. and the said Barrier I'rt:- will further take notice 'l>' r * ' required to appear a? t the clerk of the supenoi > ' l * Vance Coumy at the court Henderson. N. C.. on tlw 2oth September. 1932 and an-wr: < ■ u~ • to thf said complaint w:tmn " • ' x prescribed by law. or the p■ :' * apply to the court for the ir>i manded in the complaint This Ihe 20th day of Augu-t iw henry perry Clerk Superior Coutt Y;.nce Go A. A. BUNN. Atty SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE HENDEBS0 > AS FOLLOWS ‘ No. NORTHBOUND 108—8:48 A. M. for Blchmo#*- WFuhlngton New York, lag at Norllna with *J’ living Portsmouth-Norfolk !*• P. M. with paHor-dinlng cmi ** ilm, , I—t:st P. M. for Rk*ho»o«« and Portsmouth, WaxhinfU*- I New York. . 1M—8:48 P. M. for Rkdi»on4 Washington and New sork. 8—8:28 A. M. for PorUmoulh Norfolk Washington, New York : N*. SOUTHBOUND 191—6:43 A M. for • S » V » |U T JacksonvlUe, Miami, Tamp*. Petenburg. 8—3:46 P. M. for Baldfh. fold, Hamlet, Columbia, Oah, Miami Tampa, SI. t»rrw barf. . 107—7:86 P. M. for Raleigh- M 0 let. Savannah. Miami, Tampa. St IVWraborf Atlanta, Birmingham. 6—1:86 A. M. for Atlanta. «nB inghaaa, Mtmphia. ! Bor Information call °° ®' ? Pleaaante DPA.. RaWf* 1 - or M C' Cappo, TA . H«o4wo«* N‘. O.