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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, October 25, 1932, Image 2

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On Belfast Jobless Battlefield
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S*".‘ s th V‘f w ot thi ‘ rcccn! JwbKws riots in Belfast,
- l. h « P° rt, °n cf the battlefield i>
) ti the famous Hoad, wherv many a battle
o«we«n the Orange and Giver factions has been
Putting Herself Over on Broadway
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Swinging 300 feet over Broadway by her teeth. Tiny
Aline (inset), unemployed aerial artist, is shown
narking a perilous crossing above the famous street
in an attempt to interest theatrical booking agents
Monsensei
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I BIG SIS T ER — I— , *”“P ii By IBS FORGRAVE
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vrtMT /eHELSE \ Act’ J voo I 5Lllv\.VOO \ CAOsi'T
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too OK'E __A ORONov4Divi racket A IjMITTj am* ploats Past J GaikVTi F7 voo SfTS (>o V / V, !2£iSs T —'
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' I. T&ACK Ihi TOO* KENNEL ROSC<*Y TMe ccu-a* - v«w*** ME BELONGr%*\ |i iR , AW “ v^~—
/ahoy &OAAP- \ A VOICE PROA TWE TOMB - J HBT >N*U. - TNiY SM MOtT MEN THAT HAVE ( A AROUND Vmi** MOOBC^
'THE PEOPLE S CHOICE \ |i| \Y<*> * Nt> K,Nir ' ro ' r BECOME “ RENTER V )T’S OP THOtE* \
for
Q LEAKING OUT \ I ! 8 BHII 1 CHANCE ME CAM START “" W ’ , V _ *(V4AT HAVE Kjcocp /
TmE CELLAR t I “ s Bk BELOVs) THE GrROUND —)T WH.L 6WE HIM BEENj /
TO TAKE ORfiEftS) / i'll \ I ''7 BHL * r UAJmCE to TAKE ROOT Hlta ” \ h *»V
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waged. This street was torn up tu provide arnmuni*
tn*n for the rioters oho battled the police. Note on the
wall at light where some Republican enthusiast has
minted ”to the 1. K. A. M (Irish Rcoublican ArmvL
to the point of giving her a job. Sad to relate, Tiny
got arrested instead on a disorderly conduct charge,
and though she was subsequently released, she is still
looking for employment.
/h^^^SKUU
BCfY FRIEND WANTS To
GIVE- HIS GIRL A
WHY Does he have
TO TEL-E-PHOME?
Jomt
OHIO-
Dea& n oam -is the money
SPCMT ON
STA Cm&C R IN ?
A.M.CAftcrme^s,
MOUNXMNyTHNN .
ggMD IN NUMB NOTIONS
'HENDERSON, ffl.Q,) DAILT DISPATCH TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1982/
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OE rME City HAUL iM ! (Q.
the old Home town nrgiuerca U S Kiifm Offlct By STANLEY
/'comeon / soih / no use trying
\ Toscll him A Book on the
[ VALUE OF RELAXATION - »
\ REMEMBER him NOW - HE WAS IM r^ == Sos?Sp^'
f THAT SAME POSITION TWO VEARS AQo/
f WHEN \ CALLED TO SELL HIM / N LAUNDRY
A HICH PRESSURE Book ACEMT HIT Towai "'
TODAY SMITH A YOUNQ FELLOW HE WAS \S>^
TRAIN/N€i - AFTER A TAIO HOUR STAY <2> <^>
ME left OH THE Noon TRAIN
Cheering Ter HeeU hTT**
A. Hi, Tr.l
******* Aero,, The Ste»,
<o»«Uouea from r,„ 0 „,,
aonal appearances in
However, hundreds «f })( ,,, •-»
tracks from Chariot t, ~• \ 1 ■■>
the "Rooaevelt Social ~,„ f ‘ J
its long journey from a*. ~ ~
tlmore, where the non,i !lt .,
niffet.
Introduced by Govtn,.,
“the next President ~; •., '
States.“ Roosevelt ioU: r: ,
audience that lie h«a :,. ■'
& great reception on hi :;., >• . . ■*
not only from Demon:,;
“thinking Repubtican> v.-.,, '*. !r -•
isfied the United Stn;,. v . . '
turn to prosperity un.;.-i j,.
leadership.
Then he explained t ; ils - ~
Object of his long tijp ;,, ‘] f u ;*
the needs of every section ■,: °
“When we control tin- -.a."-T '
next year, our creed wm t ,. . ;' r
restore prosperity, not m, lt
section, but to every p.-u: '"
tion.”
Rooeevelt concluded bv |.,.- ( .
that North Carolina vn..
Democratic candidal s *h. ~
tnajorities in the histoiv ~; :»_ .V
Mr. Daniels, Governoi }*.. ~'
Virginia and Janies k 0.,., v . •
briefly when the govemoi . ~ ;
I Mom NumskuuT
*v»^^
DEAIR NCHH= ARE The"
resolts sef%»ous F(? C v
SLIPPING OH A DRESS T
Ml** JIM»E Fuof**. P«.R^
loONG im.,;
DEAR NOAR-= WOULD
RACF HORSE COVERED
With lather *W/N a^A
CLOSE SHAVE?
AiM, CAftoTISERi SiGMAL
——-
SEND IN YOUR TKM\
NtiM SK.UI_4.IOAj
notion Bv Postcard >ri
gAvSY AND QUICK--Do n
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Gat Results
WANTED GRAIN DklJ.l. v.;. r
fertilizc-r attachment M.i
good condition. l' i >.i i'. .
Bullock, Henderson .•; <'
FOR SALE A MI L! !•
three printing drums ,r.j '
stands of type. Will -•
Investigate a' once. M L r ;
Floyd. Route 1, Hei|dersoi.
COAL, COAL. COAL - I‘HcT
29. Quality Coal. <•••.•
weiglit. Prompt d«*li\eiy. -
H. yTatkins Yard oj.j*.>'i>
Methodist Church. T■•:.
FOR RENT —FIVE ROOM kl
low with heat $25 00 j.< r
120.00 if paid in advance. A
room bungalow sl2 fio P' .
FOR RENT—6 ROOM -L
Chestnut Street half hi<« k ?:■-
West End School Also apai •«;»?.’*
j for rent in the Stonewall. A;; .
I Eric G. Flannagan. 29-t'
EXPECTING TOMORROW (nF
seed rye, barley, cals v*-.« h •
wheat also onion set-. W. v ..
your seed oats, b.ir>ey. m'
•nd milling corn. H. R N:'.\n.r
TOBACCO FARMERS USi: ob 2
newspapers to store your cuiec p
haoco on. Get them at the I'*• >
Dispatch office for 10c per hi.r,: *
ICE CREAM-2 PINTS. 3=«-
quality in silver package A ‘
ora. October specials Tu '>'■
and French vanilla; pecan k:-r '
and chocolate. Ben Tor.
Tu ' ts
COAL, GOOD COAL—LET l*S FIU
up your bln now while it ..- crap
it will be higher after weaM.ti 5
cold We have a Tull stork rvsdy
for you at right price W•* J
And weight guaranteed.
Hight’s Coal and Wood Yard
lOf vi !?
If You Will Learn
You Can Earn
By learning to do one thing *«•
your earnings and future ;*:•
Had only by your efforts. Unhm tsJ
opportunities are open foi
young men and young w i ni*-t ■ I
the printing industry. Why
learn so you can take
t v .ese golden <
WE OFFER A MODERN V' •
tO TEACH AND FBEPAR»-
YOU FOB SUCH rl.Atf'
logtructions given on I.:n- t>T
Monotype, Hand Composi i ;• I>;r
Work and Proofreading in
ca’s outstanding printing
school.
TWlUos charges and living c*i'cn*c*
materially reduced
Write for catalog and inf *itni“
aOUTHSRN SCHOOL OF
PWHTINO
Ul4-l€ South street
Nash vile, Tennessee

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