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HANDLE LICENSES j
WITH SAME FORCE
Automobile Deportment Ex
pect* To Save SIOO,OOO
In Tag Sales
Dallr Burma,
Is lb* Kir Walter Hotel.
■V J. C. MASK KR \ I LI. I
Raleigh. Nov. 3. -The AuLomobile!
Licence Bureau of the State Depart
ment of Revenue is planning on mail- 1
injr out more than 400.U00 license ap
plication cards without increasing its j
present number of employees and with ,
no more help and no more funds than i
k had in 1923 when there were only
311.70 U curs registered. L. S. Harris.!
chief of this department, said today.'
In order to do this, all the employes ,
of the division are now working seven
•hours a week extia and with no extra
pay. There are 115 employes in this!
uivioion These employes work from
• until 6 o'clock on Mondays. Wed
nesdays and Fridays and fiom 7 to 9
o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday
nights. This leaves th-m with their
usual Saturady afternoons off. All
other State employes work from 9 a. •
m. until 5 p. m As the result of this 1
plan It will not be necessary to em-!
ploy any additional help until the
new license plates go on sale Decem
ber 15. according to Mr. Harris. In
former years the division has usualy
started increasing its help in Novem
ber to get ready for the sale of li
cence* In December through to Jan
uary 1. It may be necessary to put
on a few additional temporary help
ers from December 15 to January 1,
but not many, according to Harris.
In 1927-28, the Automobile License
Buicau had 112 regular employes and
put on 81 extra employes for the li
cense sale period, with a personnel
coat of $272.582, Harris pointed out.
although the number of car owners
that year waa about the same as this
year, or approximately 100,0U0. This
year the bureau has 115 employes,
with a personnel cost of 5150.000 a
year. The result is that the bureau will
do virtually the same amount of work
BIG SISTER— What A Break! By LESFORGRAVE
VJORRv HR thevNE all FOU-EREO
ETTA KETT What a By PAUL ROBINSON
C
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I NOd fj ° AMS ' L PIACt * T J&k ' HOMS
T~H~E Gt/MPS-rtf£ CAUSE ~AND cTTrE
1 lf a Lys L^ 6 v,TK - mSktl W~ U y^ £ d^ L 4m'Zt- X \ I I I «-"*• 7 SORS- tHWS X
TO fcLSCT,OW- H, N VOOR 4UEKP— YOU WERE BROA.DCASTINC, I YOU MACE TOOK. UP \ / * rV, ‘” I A tURt Po ‘ "~ \
IS [l yoo* OM >MMAT COUNTRY HALF THE NKAT- ANb WHEN YOU ]f A vJU'ET GrIVE A
AMN \X TO THE YUMOLE WORLD * / \ THOtKxHT YOU WERE AObRE&SIMCa THAT I V T 6 ...... POOR
CAR KEEP AND YOU MU "ST HAVE BEEN / OF SOOOO PEOPLE - WHAT A i Ht> SLEEP- \ A CHANCE Tb TALK
AROUND Tn lC o n\vTryo2 N 6/ THAT - i
THE HOUSE gl »T FOR TWO HOURS- YOU ) lT\ THAT'S ALL -/
...t | ■ —u*,*. ***" Jj-T —Jj.'-y
taBHDEKSON, (N.C,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1932
this year as in 1927-28 at a saving of |
more than SIOO,OOO.
L*«t year the bureau had 132 em- 1
ployea and put oh il temporary em- <
ptoyefi during the licenae period, withj
a total personnel cost for the year of
$163,643. The bureau's peak year was '
1928-29 when 503,590 licenses were is- j
sued. That year the bureau had 150'
tull-time employes. 47 temporary em-!
ployea. with a total personnel cost for ■
the year of $217,605. Since that time'
the number of licenses has decreased j
about 20 per cent and the cost about 1
40 per cent.
HOOVER IS PANICKY
IN FACING DEFEAT;
I
(Co»itirii* H irom Page One.)
party are now trying to build up a
wall of fear, evidently to frighten the
people, but in reality they are only
hiding behind it." Chairman J. Wal
lace Wlnborne, of the State Demo
cratic Executive Committee, said to
day. “For while they are trying to
frighten big business to put the
screws on their employes and thus
frighten them into voting for Hoov
er. their bugaboo plan is not working
except that it is frightening Hoover
and his fellow Republicans more every
day and making them more desperate
They are beaten already and they
know it. That is why they are so
frightened and so desperate."
The statements made by Mr. Hoov
er in recent speeches to the effect
that the American system of govern
ment wall collapse unless he is re
elected and the Republicans continued
in power, is the sheerest effrontery
and an insult to the intelligence of
every American citizen, according to
Governor O Mar Gardner.
One of tne best summaries of the
i piesent presidential panic, according
, to opinion heir, is contained in an
editorial in The Baltimore Sun of
Wednesday November 1. in which the
' editor takes Mr. Hoover severely to
task for his lack of sportsmanship in
facing defeat and for showing the
panic and fear he has been evidenc
ing.
"Is it too much to ask that Mr.
Hoover learn how to face defeat? The
spectacle of a President of file Unit
ed States running up and down the
land and frantically shouting that the
I American system of government will
be destroyed if he shall he defeated
for re-election and that grass wiil
j grow in the streets of a hundred
j cities' that was not Inspired by Mr.
I Hoovers thirty predecessors." the edi
| torial states.
< “Has impending defeat robbed the
i President of every sense of proportion,
1 not to say all sense of humor? Here
■ we have him in New York, all t&ther
i ed and frenzied over the menace to
I American Institutions that lies in the
, support of Mr. Roosevelt by men like
1 Norris of Nebraska, Cutting of New
Mexico; Wheeler of Montana; LaFol
, lette of Wisconsin and others of that
j group. Less than six hours earlier ho
! was presented to the people of Phil
i adelphia by William S. Vare. And who
! is 'Bill' Vare? He is the boss of one
j of the three most corrupt machines
j in the United States and he has been
• longer and more successful In prac
-1 tiee than his prototypes in either New
\ York or Chicago. He is the boss who
j delivered the votes to Mr. Hoover in
| the Kansas City convention of 1928
■ which broke the back of the opposi
tion. He is the man who was refused
,* a seat in the United States Senate
i because of the corruption of his meth
ods in a primary and general election.
' “What are we to think of a presi
dent of the United States who can
i strike hands with ‘Bill’ Vare. who can
' appear before the people of a great
,; city under 'Bill' Vare’s sponsorship,
i and then almost in the same breath
. • can present George Norris and Bron
son Cutting as menaces to American
! institutions?
.; “One might define the talk about
the menace of Norris and Cutting by
the beneficiary of ‘Bill’ Vare’s minis
trations as shameless effrontery or in
vincible stupidity. One might define
this talk of grass in the streets as
t shameless effrontery or invincible
i stupidity. But we believe it to be
neither. We believe it to he panic in
President Hoover's bosom, a panic as
J real as the panic he seeks to instill
« in the American people is unreal. I>et
, him turn again to his thirty pre
decessors and learn how to face de
feat. Let him turn to Woodrow Wil
son . and see how a man can face
his fate with level eye.”
1 Vilijalmur Stefansson, celebrated Ar.
1 die explorer, bora in Manitoba, Can
ada. 53 years ago.
THE OLD HOME TOWN Revered TT. 8- Patent Office By STANLEY
(HUH - FOR TWENTY <s)
) FELLERS BETEN savins -the \
( COUNTRY -EVERY TWO YEARS 4.
11 HEARP HIS PAW SAY HE HAD I
/a PROMISING FUTURE AND WZSF? •
PTHATS ALL THATS EVERCoME j {s&[ Willi • //« /)<yV
" AUNT SARAH PEABODY COMMENTS
C K ON A VISITING, SPELLBINDER
who talked two hours today
7 A XSSgP AT THE CORNER OF CHESTNUT AND
(w m MAIN STREET
I HI mm sl 1932 Lee W SOmley Centre!
DID YOU KNOW? - - - Scott
n-3 ' (3AUONS OF
EACH NICHT POR DINNER, gTRIV/»N<4^
AkiCKLE'; VVEtC,H i.COO POUNDS
LOS /NNCfci-ES »'.t’,UDQ IS A MEXICAN DISH COMPOSED
HAS A LARGER AC.EA of . CC)W hoc/FS. BEEF -TRIPE- , HOMINV , ONIONS,
'fflAN NEW VoRK f?ny Cifec.EN chili and CARhiC
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Oat Result!
WANTED -SECOND HAN*, 7
battery set. Write r ’ ‘
.. 4 ‘ l * | ng pUf.,.
condition to Box 4 -
N. C. ■“"‘‘"'•Li,
IDEAL GIFT ITEMS. A;th*
lvely priced. Every 1
Loughlln-Goodwyn.
EARLY JtRXEY - 7v77 K KfiT'
cabbage plan s foi ;_* . .
100. K. G. Adcock H> n,j t - ~
EXPERT RADIO KKlaiu.s
ern equipment, promj,' ,
Phone 118. Loughhn-G<«*. i* v!i
PRICES SLAUGHTERED t~\ :( ./
elry of all kinds. Siiv.
rings 5Cc. otner r.nus hs< *
$2.65, chains 65c. w.<! ..
ring mountings soi:u - .. *
Mixon's Bankrupi Jew,:.. .
FOR RENT FIRST FLOoh aI-aT;!
ntfn*’, stejnri heat. wa'.
furnished. Hcted beti;<-a. ,
able price, ch»s<* ;n M
Houff. 119 Zen.- Street
SNAPPYHATS THAT Ti r
off the right style, and
off the sporty tlressci. .y
the new shades, .Sl.ds a-u
$2.98. See our wimlov.Y
J. C. Penney Co. :-i i;,.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT DaY ts
day in every way more and t!l
people are learn'ng about the i-eun
of our shop. Meet your tror.j.
here. Ailen'a Barber Shop.
Thurs-Sn. j
TIME TO THINK OK CHUi>T.M T
gifts. Phone me and see wl,-; :
iar will do in the inagj/..:.. ...
Mrs. William H Boyd 1*:. ....
COAL. COAL. COAL - i'lloNE
29. Quality Coal, eonv.-
weight. Prompt tldiveiv.
11. Watkins Vat«l oppovt,
Methodist Church. 7 if
VISIT THE O. A H PRODITE,
for your wet k.end ne.-c \\.
plenty fryers and hexi; !i -i.
and oysters. Apples an> k.i.u :
from orchards a. po,,u.i. ,
Fresh vegetables. Vi-h * .
D. pt. and f:*rure u.
Wyche St. Phone 32-4-J
TOBACCO FARMERS I'SE t:’.
newspapers to store your cured
bacco on. Get them at the D.
Dispatch office for 10c per lunu-
ALL WOOL SUITS? TO}'
coats and overcoats. >7-i. 7/
and $19.75. Made tu
measure. Guaranteed lit
and workmanship. Tail'”
ed by “GENTRY* ana
sold exclusively by -1. <
Penney Co. •'* Un
wanted TABLE BOARDI !U
also have nice furnishm «ii. ;
reni. Apply Mrs. W. R '.!•• •
234 Winder Stic**. Ph».n> a
2 3-I.' > ’ • 1"•
FOR ftENT-FOl’R IUK*M KU.
floor apartment, livin', i" m !
room, break fa r room au k.’
Price $lO pei onmimuhnl'i''
Price $lO pei nit nth. I'm.!;. '.i *'
FOR RENT 8 ROOM HOUSE H.
] Chestnut Street half block -
West End School. Also apai'im:.t*
for rent in the Stonewall, am :-
E. G. Flannagan, -' 4 ’■
YOUNG MEN'S H L l r E
cheviot and fancy tv.veii
topcoats, $9.90. Men ami
young men s worsted suit'
20 and 22 inch botinni?
with quarter top pocket,-.
$7.90, $9.90 and sll
See window display. J. f'•
Penney Co. U
COAL, GOOD COAL-I.ET US Fil l
up your bin now while d l- rhttP
it will be higher after weather S’ :!
cold We have a full s’*" * ' r '* ‘
for you at right price V - ;i
wnd weight guaranteed Ph< ue i-V
HighCa Coal and Wood Yard
19-rad tt
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Having qualified a." admit--*'
the eatate of Juhn Thonni- •-
land, deceased. lat«- of Vane* - n •'
North Carolina, this jf u> t- '*
persons having claims a^dii,-'
• at® of said deceased to exuib.’
I to the undersigned in H< nd>: -*
C., on or before the 3rd d>> ■’
venaber, 19SI, or this notice *• 1
pleaded In bar of their i«-■
persons indebted to said < - '• v
please make immediate pjym«-r' i
This the 3rd day of Nmrn i»
R. B. CARTER, Adniiti tr J
JOHN THOMAS SOUTHF-ULAN*
Deceased.
I For Sale I
■ Best Quality, $6 50
TON CASH
DELIVERED ||
Prompt Service —
Correct WHght
Telephones 268-186-^

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