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IEHOERSON DULV DISPATCH »*»M*xhe« Awm*mt t«, IM4 Pf»TT AttWMM llN|t ■UDUIOH DISrATCI oo„ XXo. ■t II V*ut llmt IXNRT A DKNNIX. Ptm. «i>4 Mltor M. L FINOh. Sec-Tr.ox ltd Bos. Mat. TKLEPHOKU ■dttorlal Office Society Editor 111 Bmlmm Office tit The Henderson Dally Dispatch la • Member of the Associated Press, News* paper Enterprise Association, South ern Newspaper Publishers Association and the North Carolina Press Associa tion . The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use for repuhlloatlon all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper, and also the local news published herein. All rights of publication of special dispatches herein are also rsosnrsd. sißscßirnon rates*. Payable Strictly la Advance, One Tear »».*♦ ■lx Months MS Three Months I.H Per Copy N NOTICE TO SITNSCIUBBMS. Look at the printed label on yoar paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Forward your money In ample time for re newal. Notice date on label carefully Sad If not correct, please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring tbs address an their paper changed, please state la their communication both the OLD and NEW address. Bstteaal Advertising liegreseatattves FROST. LANDIS A KOHN ■tS Park Avenue, New Ycrk City; St Bast Wacker Drive. Chicago; Wslton Hulidlmr. Atlanta; Security Building, *t Louie. Entered at the post office In Hender* •> N. C., as second class mall matter fcl—«s» BE September 8 POWER OF THE WORD —For the word of God is quick, and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of th*- thoughts and intents of the heart Hebrews 4; 12. TODAY TODAY’S ANNIVERSARIES 1474 Ludovico Ariosto, famous Ita lian poet. born. Died June 6. 1533. 1820 William T. Hamilton. Mary land Congressman. U. S. Senator and governor, born at Hagerstown, Md. Died there. Oct. 26. 1888. 1828 Mrs. Russell Sage. America's greai philanthropist. widow of the gr*at lininciPr. whose life till 41 when she married was that of a school teacher on a meagre salary and who found herself overnight oaisuess of a fortune of $70,000,000. born in Syracuse. N Y. Died in New York City. Nov. 4. 1918. . 18 0 Frederic Mistral, famous French po.t. born. Died March 24. 1914. 1837 Rapnaei Pumpelly, noted Ame rican geologist, geological writer and explorer, born at Owego, N. Y. Died at Newport. R. 1.. Aug. 10, 1932. 1841 Anton Dvorak, celebrated Bo hemian musical composer, born. Died May 1. 1904. 1874 Walter C. White, motor truck and bus manufacturer, born in Cleve land Killed in auto crash. In Cleve land. Sept. 29. 1929. TODAY IN HISTORY 1636 Harvard College founded. 1760->Monti eal surrendered to Brit ish . 1867 President Johnson issued Am nesty Proclamation. 1867 An International Peace Con gtess mni jn Geneva. 1926-Germany admitted to the Lea gue of Nations. TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas of Ok. lahoma born at Greencastle, Ind., 56 years ago. Governor George H Dem of Utah, born in Dodge Co.. Nebr.. 60 years ago. Howard Southerland of West Vir ginia. V. S. Alien Property Custodian onetime U. S Senator, born near Kirk wood. Mo . 67 years ago. Janrves V McClintic. representing the Seventh Oklahoma district in Congress. bom at Bremond, Tex.. 54 years ago. Reginald Weight Kauffman, noted American novelist and writer, born at Columbia. Pa.. 55 years ago. William W. Jacobs, noted English sea-story writer, bom 69 years ago. Siegfried Sassoon, noted English poet, born 46 years age. TODAY S HOROSCOPE This is a feminine degree and under its influences the instincts will be tender and the hear full of love, gen tleness and devotion. Seek to culti vate strength of character to over come the natural timidity that other, wise might allow the native to be pushed aside by more confident peo ple, and fail in getting a due reward. SEPT. 1 FORECAST PRACTICALLY SAME AS AUG. 1 FIGURE (Continued from Pag* om.) trxdee expectations. At the reopening of the market following the report, contracts were sold heavily. Prior to the report, the market was ruling slightly above the previous finals, and its general firmness was attributed to expectations of a bullish government estimate. Due to reports of insect damage and deterioration, the trade had looked for an Indicated yield of around 10,700,000 bales, or In line with some of the recent private estimates. The market continued heavy, and at the beginning of the last hour, prices were about $3.50 a bale net lower. I Still Fiery at Seventy-Five ■i 4'' B Bis S ! M .ij >ffi| • *I ' ’ p ►?> I* IR W r l_- ——jan * aa i Presiding at the opening of the German Reichstag as senior member, Frau Clara Zetkin, shown above (left) arriving with a companion, created a sensation by demanding the impeachment of President von Hindenburg. The aged Communist, known as the “Mother of the German Revolution,” charged von Hindenburg and Chancellor von Papen with violating the constitution. % Insurance Head 111 V «w»*. V | B '/- % ■Pi • -i RBF B I - Darwin P. Kingsley, above, chair man of the board of the New York Life Insurance company, has been critically ill at his home in Kast hampton, L. I. Former President Calvin Coolidge is a member of the company’s hoard of ditectors. YOUNG DEMOCRATS USING AN AIRPLANE Unity DUpntrk Tturran In Ikr S«r Walter Motel. BY J. C. RsHKEKVII.I, Raleigh. Sept. 8. The airplane which will be used by the Young Democratic Clubs of the State to help increase their membetship and adver tise their cause stopped at the air port here Wednesday. It is painted red, white and blue, and bears the slogan “Repeal Hoover," in addition to “Young Democrats.” The plane will be used by Dewey Dorsett. State president of the North Carolina Young Democratic Clubs, in organiz ing new clubs and in the distribution of the “Repeal Hoover’’ cards to be attached to the front or rear of auto mobiles. The Democratic Clubs of- the State are sponsoring the sale ) of these “Repeal Hoover” cards in order to raise campaign expenses. The airplane will probably be used later in similar campaigns in other states. SEEF RING CLUB IS STARTING SLAUGHTER Newton. Sept. «8.-<AP) The Clare mont "beef ring lub" of the Clare mont section of Catawba county has started its annual slaughter of beeves for home consumption. Eight farmers of the section are members of the "ring." Each week for eight consecutive weeks a dif ferent member furnishes a fatted ani mal to be slaughtered. The animal is , dressed and divided into eight parts, each member getting a share. At the end of the period a sbttle is made in accordance with whatyfiach farmer has drawn, compared with the weight of his own dressed animal. ' i <! Farm State Governor In Favor Giant Cooperative To Control Crops, Price* (Continued from rage One.) In this manner, they would be saved the expense of shipping goods which i would not sell on arrival at the mar i kets. - i ‘‘l believe such a plan would do i much to solve the present low price i problem now confronting farmers. , Prices paid by these men for gdods l they buy are set by others. Prices i they receive for goods they sell also i are set by others. Men in no other lln> of business are confronted with this strange problem. “The farmers’ holiday movement is a good one and 1 have urged farmers l of this state to withhold non-perlsh- HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY’ DHPAfGH SEPTEMBER 8,1982 able products from the markets un til after the Sioux City conference is held. If they do this, I believe they will do much to bring prices up to a level which they will find satisfac ! tory.” f Equalizing Board Will Be Strict On Supplement Items Dully I)|ji|ial<‘ti flurenn. In Ikr Sir Walter Hotel. BY J V. HAWK KK VII,I, Raleigh. Sept. B—The State Board I of Equalization is in session here to i day- It is taking up the 1.080 special tax district and special charter dis trict budgets for the two months ex tended term. The board has already completed its work on the 100 county supplemental budgets for the six months term. Many of the extended term budgets are asking for permission to levy taxes to maintain an extended term considerably more costly than would be the case if the State standards for the six months term were adhered to. it is understood. Indications are that the board is going to be rather strict in approving budgets that greatly supplement the State stand ards for the six months term. The credit regulation of the world is practically in the hands of New York and London. ! CROSS WORD PUZZLE | Mil wzno \ya 2M ' : j M— ZCi ,a _l n a «' sa 2Z * M. “ I o 777, El m I I M"\ \ M ACROSS 1— To restrain 4 To postpone 9—Foolishly affectionate 12— A printer's measure 14 — Exclamation of inquiry 15— Prefix showing completive force 16— Small livestock H—Word of affirmation 19—Behold! 21 —A river In Egypt 23—A Greek historian 25 A hundred years (abbr.) 26 — A Japanese statesman 27 — Tendons 28— City in Alaska *O—A twelvemonth (abbr.) 11— Timid 13— The amount to one's credit (abbr.) 14— Referring to (abbr.) 16—Within 18 — Personal pronoun (poetical) 19 — Betrayal 12 — The author of "Marseillaise” (3 —Part of the foot ' DOWN 2 To be B—A girl's name I—Doctor of divinity (abbr.) 6—The elder (abbr.) 5 A security on property to cover a debt ?—lndefinite article t an ancient Turkish governor DEM ROSCOEfOIP TO ADDRESS MEET Head Os Harvard Univer sity Law School to Speak At Formal Opening Ch*f»el Hill, Sept. B—Roecoe Pound Deaq of the Harvard University Law School and for years one of the fore most leaders in American legal educa tion, has accepted an invitation to speak art. the formal opening of the In. atKute of Government which is to be held here Friday and aturday of this week. .Cutting short a vacation in order to be present. Dean Pound will arrive in Chapel HIM early aturday morning. He will talk informally to various groupe of governmental officers in their private sessions during the morn ing and will address the asembled groups at 12 o’clock. He will speak again at a luncheon session at 1 o'clock Governor O. Max Gardner will in es the Institute at the noon session troduce Dean Pound when he address aturday. Judge Junius G. Adams of Asheville, chairman of the organiza tion committee of the Institute, will preside. Governor Is Called On To Rid Institutions Os Teachings of ‘Paganism* (Continued from Page One.) coming —the class rooms of the uni versity." The governor made no comment when Mr. Tatum finished reading a I 12-page supplementary statement which he filed with his petition. Only newspapermen and two other listen ers heard the petition presented. The statement dealt particularly with alleged teachings of “filth” at the University of North Carolina, and named Professor English Bagby, of the psychology department, as one of the offenders. Asked what action he would take, the governor said the petition "had been received,” and added it would likely be laid before the executive committee of the board of trustees of the university when that group meets here September 23 . “We are not attacking N. . College .for Women and the University of North Carolina,” the petition declar ed .“On the contrary we are rallying to the defense thereof to prevent fur ther poisoning by the enemy of those now attending or many who may j hereafter attend.” I Special mention is made of the ap pearance at these two State schools of j Bertrand Russell, philosopher, and of Langston Hughes, Negro poet, at the university. Editorials in the Char lotte News and the Southern Textile Bulletin of Charlotte, are reprinted decrying their appearances. Russell’s philosophy was described as “the reincarnation of pagnasim, dressed up in inveigling and seduc tive non-biblical terms, and properly 10 — A cavalryman 11— An auxiliary form of the verb "to be” 13 —A Greek chief at the siege of Troy 16—Fat 18—Smallest possible bit 20—To mind 22 —Frozen desserts 24—A scented root 26 —An ancient Peruvian chief • 29—Makes a mistake 32—The Japanese monetary unit 35—An elongated fish 37—A word of negation 39 A note of the seal* 40— A diphthong 41— A word of negation Answer to Previous Paulo isihiwirlel isiMieinlT} IkUSHeI » SSgftS ggg|Sjjy||l§§| Id BiiMPiM Biirlllili IsrnEED S«jggT| L IfrfaKlshsl IclhlolhM s _^- s_ 1 ~ J, ,11 V- branded as neo-paganism.” The petition said: “It is up to you, O. Max Gardner, governor of the State of North Caro lina. What will you do about it? You should do something, and make pro clamation thereof ‘from Murphy to Manteo,’ from the borders of Virginia even unto those of South Carolina. “In Heaven’s name, governor, com mand these State appointed masters of our son 3 and daughters: ‘Remove not the old landmarks’ within the spiritual realm. At least save our State from further predatory acts by these so-called modern educators against ‘things of the spirit." ’ Among the signers are David Clark, of Charlotte, editor of the Textile Bulletin; Col. Wade H. Harris, editor of the Charlotte Observer; Mayor Charles E. Lambeth, of Charlotte; Dr. Albert S. Johnson, Presbyterian minister of Charlotte; Dr. Luther Little, Baptist minister of Charlotte; Luther Syyder, Charlotte soft drink manufacturer; Plummer Stewart. Charlotte attorney, and the city’s merchant princes—J. B. Ivey, W. H. Belk. J. B. Efird, David Ovens and C. A. Williams. Winston-Saiem also is represented by a long list of signers. Including Dr. J. Kenneth Pfohl, Charles M. Norfleet, Dr. J. R. Jester, Dr. J. S. Foster, F. F. Bahnnon. M. W. Nor fleet and John W. Kurfees. Other signers include Mayor S. A. McMurray, of Shelby; Governor Gard ner’s home town; Dr. Mck. R. Long. Statesville minister and a leader of I Watkins Hardware Co. We have just received large shipments of building I needs for fall repairs and new building. Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Ridge Roll, Valley Tin, Gutter Pipe, Roof Flanges, Fire Brick, Lime, Cement, Carload Galvanized 6-v Crimp Roofing (All Lengths) I Paints for Every Purpose Wall-satin inside flat paints, per gallon $1.95 Porch floor enamel, per gallon, $2.50 to $3.50 “Utilac” four hour enamel all colors, 25c, 40c, 70c I LOWEST CASH PRICES I Watkins Hardware Co. I I —INCORPORATED— E ■ Phone 46 _ Henderson, N. C. I The River of Doubt! the anti-evolution fight in the State several years ago; L. M. Blue, of Gib son. a former senator, and W. B. Cole Rockingham textile magnate. To forbid a thing is lo suggest the thing forbidden. fIQNXEME I j NOTICE OF RESALE TN|)KK DEED IN TRUST An advance bid of five * r*i p. j having been placed on the highest bid made on Augi!.-' _’2 and in pursuance of said advance t> a and by virtue of a deed of tru.-, n-. cuted by A. J. Green to the und.j signed trustee, and by virtue ~t order of Henry Perry, Clerk of t.i- Supelror Court of Vance County i will on Friday, September 18'h. at twelve o'clock noon, at th* C..... House door in Henderson, .x; . cash to the highest bidder, the :■ estate conveyed in said deed in • recorded in nhe office of the Regis'*: of Deeds of Vance County in K-* 162, page 168, the following de.-ci ;b> i parcel of land: That lot on Rowland Sft-.t ;n '!■■■ City of Henderson conveyed Au gustus Green by D-td m-oicad in Book 3, page 358, filed for r*coid .1 *i * .«> 14, 1885, described as follows Begin at a stone situated vino* *r:» Eastern edge of Rowland Stieet n tersects of Noah Gatling's Im- an-i run thence S. 68 1-2 degrees E • feet to a stone; thence S. 21 1--’ de grees W. 52 1-4 feet Ui a thence N. 68 1-2 depicts W. '•<' to a stone on Rowland; then* •• • ■ *r*_ Rowland Street N. 21 1-2 ii*_o* •* E. 52 1-4 feet to the place of r ning. The bidding to start at $603 7a. This September 1. 1932. JASPER B. HICKS Tru:- ''