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HENOERS ON DAILY DISPATCH ■rtaMtaM A——« XX IMA Pltmiiil KvrrT Att«f 111 Bu*Vt SaaAap ■/ UfIDKMIO.N DISPATCI COrf Oft •I li Vain »tm< ■INRT A DENNIS. I’rea. and Editor M l. riNC'H. Sw-Tr«ai and Bui. M*r. TKLKPHOMU Editorial Offlca —— IM Society Editor JJJ Buiioaii Office •** The Hendereon Dally Dispatch la • Member of the Associated I’reea, Newa pap« r Enterprise Association, South ern Newspaper Publishers Association and the North Carolina Press Aaaocla- Uon. The Aasoclated Press la exclusively 10 tilled to use fur re publ IcStlon all ■•si dispatches credited to it or BOt otherwise credited in this paper, and aleo the local news publiabed herein. All riahts of publication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. stsscHirrio.> rmcEs. Payable Strictly la Advance. One Tear ...s*•• ■lx Months t.M Three Months l.it Per Copy -- AOTICK TO SI ItSCHIREKS. Look at the printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Forward your money in ample time for re newal. Notice d.ite on label carefully and If net correct, please notify ua at once Subscribers deslrinic the address •a their paper changed. please state In their communication both the OLD and NEW address. Batleaal Adveettalaa Itewreseatatlvea FMOWT. LAN IIIS A KUHN tit Park Avenue, New Tcrk City; II Bast Wicker Drive. Chicago; Walton Du I |ii ms, Atlanta. Security Building, It Louis. Entered at the post office In Heod«r ••■n N C ,as second class mail matter row s.l-sll roi chwist N— wW.Wi>S»iie>A bbiaa^ OUR HOPE And now Lord. w hat wait J ft>: M> hope in thee. Deliver me from , 1 my : i .insgi essicn* make me no t’.he reproach of the foolish. P»ulni 39 7. 8 GOD LOVES THK GOOD Truly God is good to I-t.tr even tv> such as are of a cleat; heat:. Psalm 73 1. TODAY TODAYS ANNIVERSARIES 1751 Margatet Corbin. Revolution— ary hcio:nc ooin in Franklin Co.. Pa D.ed Jar. 16. 177" Jos< ph Hopkinsor. lawyer and man of letters, author of "Hail Co. liimbid. 1798 bom in Philadelphia. Died ’.hot- Jun 15 1842. 1815 E.izabc’ ii Cady. St an to n\ who cnPtd .lie First Woman s Rights Con vent.-*n m ISIS. among America's great women born at Johnstown. N. Y. Died ;n Ntw York Oct. 26. 1902. 1837 Thomas Burt English labor leader, boin Died April 13. 1922. 1863 Edward F. Swift Chicago meat packer. born in Barnstable, Mass. Died May 28 1932. TODAY IN HISTORY 1*23--Thc play "Clari the Maid of Milan. ' containing John Howard Paynes “Home Sweet Home,” first produced in New York. 1848 Revolutionary movements in Pru isia. 1918 Austria proclaimed a Repub. lie. TODAYS BIRTHDAYS Ann*- Parrish 'Mrs. Charles A. Cor liss'. novelist, boin in Springs Co. Colo, n years <igo. I*. S Senator Warren R Austin of Vermont born ai Highgatc. Vt.. 55 yfears ago. Thomas B. McAdams prominent, Richmond. Va , banket born there 53 y*-ais ago. Samuel Adams noted Chicago law. , yer. born in Syracuse, N. Y. 61 years ' ago . Mr.- Cecil Chestero'n noted Engli-h authoi. boin 41 years ago. TODAY’S HOROSCOPE This degree promises a .--ch'-mer who will look out for his end of the bar gain He is apt to be too head, strong to be entirely successful, but there is an element of bravery and pn tonal honor that will generally comman d he respect of his enemies, even while they fighht him. It seem.<» to he a degree of success in hfe, at least to a considerable extent. 1,148 MOTHERS* AID CASES ARE HELPED Represent 4.5R2 Children Also Kept at Horne by Hmson of Utile Boost By Stxl^ llnlly lllvpntcb Riirrn*. In the Sir \\ nlfry Hotel. nV J «’. RtSKKHVII.I,. Ralwigh. Nov. 12 A total of 1.118 mothers, most of them widows, repre senting 1.592 children have been help ed by the funds from the State Moth ers' Aid Fund fiom the time it was set b» the General Assembly In 1923 to July 1. 1932. according to figures given in the biennial repor of the Btate Board of Charities and Public Welfare just issued. For -the past several years the Gen eral Assembly has appropriated $50.- 000 a ytear to assist worthy and quali fied mothers to rear their children in their o\* n homes who ot her wise would have to see the children placed in JnatitutiVons and the families broken up. During the p n st two years 6658 mothers with 2.632 children have re ceived aid from this fund. Counties In order to ahare in this fund, mirst match the amounts grant ed by thu State. In 1930-31. a total ol 83 counties signed the contract with the State for Mothers' Aid. That yeai Washington, Henderson. Transylvania Jones and Sampson counties parti cip&ted in the fund for the first time 3n 1931-32 ,a total of 87 counttea par ticip&ted in the fund, with Hoae ant Btofcee counties participating fc> thi first time. \ Acquire the capacity for thinks p-.,<i lees for fslktag .* Thanking the Nation for His Election HH M fi jMEB 'VSm a JP? vw 5w a k vmmi t jmmmUm Hr w* KSUHr JH Kjl IIBX / Presideni-ciwi i iiumlii; 1 1 R.iusevelt is shown broadcasting from his home in New York (he day after election His proud mother. Mrs. Sarah Delano Roosevelt, and hia son, James, and daughter, Mrs. Connecticut’s Senator-Elect and Far I V— rii sjb . Hr HHHHr vH fx* I | gggjb Htf % MIBByI 4B| p iPHEr jBBI - 1 * dr • -'. The four little daughters of Senator-elect Augustine 1 imnergan of Connecticut are thrilled at the thought of an early move to Washington where their Daddy wili take Republican veteran Senator Hiram Bing f rom Senate to House jjjjl • * * " x^' V James W. Wadsworth Ousted from the senate when he was defeated for re-election on a wet platform in ISP26, former Senator James W. Wadsworth of New York, reversed the custom ary political procedure and wor, a seat in the lower house run ning as a wet. He was elected to congress on the Republican ticket in the Thirty-ninth New York district- Seeks Drastic Cut jjSjzSpwß ■ m Reduction of the staggering expen ditures on veterans, amounting to approximately 1400,000,000, la being sought by Mathew S. Sloan (above), prominent New York utility mag nate, who is chairman of the special committee on Pedera) expenditures of the United States Chamber of Commerce. Sloan asserts that un lees drastic cuts are made, the conn tej out sneer re torn t» srpsperitft HENDERSON, (N.C.J DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY, fi&VEMBER 12,1982 mm • 1. -wiM |L I r , m HKipfo * y .■ i \ V\ |Bf An unusual picture of Pretnier Saito of Japan, showing the statesman on one of the rare occasions on which he wears the full dress uniform of an admiral in the Japanese Navy. This photo was made as the Premiez left his official residence at Tokio to attend an official function. MRS. ROOSEVELT GRANTS INTERVIEW Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president-elect, grants her first interview to a number of girl reporters, in New York City. T v-m "v . . xww . ,u. i m Curtis Dali, attentively listen to his speech of thanks to the nation's voters for their support. The Presi dent-elect asked the aid of all in restoring pros perity .lam’s seat in the Upper House. Here is the Lonergan family out for a stroll near their Hartford home. Left to right are: Ann, Mary, Ruth, Mrs. Lonergan, Lucy and the Senator-elect. Sailor-Premier of Nippon There won’t be any "fitet lady of the land” after March 4 next, she declares, “ —just plain, ordinary Mrs. Roosevelt”, .. The Real Race I« Only Beginning GOT t c> v ~ i— ) G. O. P. OLD GUARD HAS HEART SET ON COOLIDGE IN 1936 - (Continued from Page one.) enamored of Mr. Coolidge when Presi dent Harding's death landed him in the White House in 1923 and would have prevented his nomination the succeeding year at Cleveland if it could, but this simply was due to the insufficiency of the Guardsmen’s acquaintance with him then. They took to him whole heartedly prior to the end of his administration. He was (and is) as much a politician as any of them, they found. But with Mr. Hoover, as his term advanced, they got on less and less satisfactorily. As 1932 drew near there began to be talk in Old Guard circles of the possibility of blocking his renomina tion. The consenss was that it could not be done—not without splitting CROSS WORD PUZZLE i~ gT" 3 3T" ““ |pS s"" S“ T™ aT“ jj;o HP" |pp 5 V 4 *■ ’ ||jP 13 te |p2 U7 "■ "e/ 1 ' O "" 20 21 2t 23 gl S La. wvhi ■_ mi j. 3i 32 33 S-V 35 3€i 37 3& 33 ■AO -4-1 42. 43 44 -- - 30 31 S 3 34 S 3 TO _____ _____ _____ BtSIJ ACROSS l —To frighten s—Your5 —Your aunt’s husband % 10 —Provide It—Passageways 14 — A baby carriage 15 — Eternity 17 — Golf cry 18— Oiling devices |0 —To counter-balance 12 —Reformed Presbyterian (abbr.) F3 —Suffix meaning town 84— Nothing 25 Days after acceptance (abbr. 16 — Verbial suffix 87 —Executor (abbr.) 29 —A correlative SO—Belonging to 12—A tenor violin 16—A stupid fellow 10—Part of verb “to be" 12 — An electrified particle 13 — Anger 14— A continent (abbr.) 15— An underground passage 47—Leased 49—Ardor to — Nevertheless 12— To weary 13— Lucky number 15 —Markings M—An American naturalist t7—Blanches DOWN 1— To denude 2 Fuel 3 Steel helmets 4 Musical note •—A state (abbr ) J A chained gang of slaves , I —A northern French tow*? the party hopelessly, anyway. And they reasoned that, because of the times, the Republican candidate pro bably would be a victim anyway. In acquiescing in this program, of course, the Old Guard had to gamble on the chance that times wili not im prove materially in the next four years, and that the voters, conse quently. will be glad to hand the management of affairs back to Re publicanism in 1936. It is at that juncture that the Old Guard purposes to have a boom for ex-President Coolidge, the high priest of prosperity, ready-inflated to its maximum, available without the loss of an instant. Mr. oolidge will be only 64. The 'Old Guard favors a prompt start on the task of getting the coun try keyed up to him. Also not a min ute is to be wasted in initiating the right influences to guard against the danger that the period of Democratic control may stretch beyond a single auardrennium. 10— An athletic game 11— Toward 13—A coarse rigid hair 15—A serf 10—No one 19—A legendary bird of prey 21—To repair • 6—Any historical period 28—A small bed Sl—Comrades 33 A singing bird 34 A digit 35 Solitary 36 Earth 37 Mineral-bearing rock 88—A leguminous plant 39—Disappears 41—Animals 44—A Greek town 46—A wheel's hub 48—A prong 51—Printer's measure 54 Word of negation 55 Lanthanum (abbr.) Answer to Previous Pur*'' UNITED STATES DISTRICT C Os in EASTERN DISTRICT OK NORTH CAROLINA. In The Matter Os: Jlnghcs-Smaw ... Furniture Co. Bankrupt. No. •»»!■». Under and by virtue of power in tn*> vested in an order of the United States District Court in the matter <.f Hughes-Smaw Furniture Compon. Bankrupt, I will offer for re-sale. at public auction, to the highc* t bidder for cash, at the Court house door. :t Henderson, N. C. at 12 ocloek. tutor, on Monday, the 21st. day of Novem her, 1932, the following described property: Begin at a stake, corner of Hendei son Garage Co., in the center of the North West end of the south wall <>f eaid Garage Building, on the sotith casterly side of Main or Garnet* Street in the City of Henderson, and running thence along Garnett Street in a southwesterly direction, forty <two feet more or less, to a stake, corner of Garnett and Orange Street thence along Orange Street in a South easterly direction ninety eight and one half feet more or less, to a stake, edge of right of way of S. A. I, Hail way, thence along said right of wav in a northeasterly direction fortv two feet more or less to center of t>ri<*k wall of said Garage Building thence along said Garage Company’s line un der the center of its wall ninety right and one half fee', more or less to the place of beginning, embracing one half of said Garage wall with said land. See deed hook 78 page 2b'». Vain® County Registry. On this land is situate a five story brick building, occupied hv Hugb*r- Smaw Furniture Company. This build ing is in good repair, and i- well and centrally located, on the main street of Henderson, on a corner, and back ing on the railroad, is equipped with electric elevator, and in good shape in every respect. This is excellent nppoi tunity to purchase a high grade piece of property at a low’ price. The bidding w’ill begin at jifiooooo Successful bidder will be required to deposit 10 percent of his hid on day of sale to guarantee compliance. This sale Is made subject to confirmation by Referee, without notice. This sth. day of November. T. S. KITTREUK Trustee of Hughes-Smaw Furnituie Co. Bankrupt No. 2242. SEABOARD AIR ' LINE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSON AS FOLLOWS No. NORTHBOUND 1W 1:43 A. M. for Richmond. Wsdiißftea ) New York, connect tog at Not lino with No. 18 ar rtvhig Peris mouth -Nor folk !2:fW P. M, with piuior-dlnlng car ser vice. i—2:6l P. M. for Richmond *4sd Portsmouth. Washington. Now York. tot—9;4B P. M. for Richmond Washington and New York. 4-2:28 A. M. for Portsmouth Norfolk Washington. New York- No. SOUTHBOUND to 1—41:43 A. M. for Savannah. Jacksonville, Miami, Tamp*, m Petersburg. 8- P. M. fer Raleigh. ***■ tori, Hamlet, Columbia, Sevan Mk, Miami Tampa, St, r*Frw tong. tol— 148 P. M. fer Raleigh. Ilam- H Savannah, Jacksonville. Miami, Tampa, St. Peterebarg. Atlanta, Birmingham. 9 IdS A. M. fer Atlanta, Mrm toghan, Memphis. Tor Information call oa H. * nto«uli, Raleigh. N. 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