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lET+A KHTT lust Like a Woman f By PAUL ROBINSON
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| DID YOU KNOW? - --By R. TScoit 1
IM ARIZONA .
APPLES FfcANKUM t>. ROOSEVELT" )S *=IfEST
contain man of <he navy branch the.
phosphorus, potash, service during armed c.oNFiLi<rr
j , Are! *<<*&& ELECtiEb Tb THE PRESIDENCY oMHfc
• ALL qoop pop the united Spates jC presidents have
health SERVED in -fat ARMY DURING A WAR
i PERIOD i .CwrrijHt, IM2, by Central Pna» lat ii'fL
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 1932 '
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
v /you don't t~ .
/ fry \\N _ f MEAN TO TEL-L. ) / NOPE !- >
/ ~<w > <SO ME YOU KAVE J / BERTHAS
\ earthquakes/ /
w PRa k C^'^-
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BERTHA bulk, the heaniesy
<SIRL. )/N TOWN, is THE LATEST
TO JOIN THE TAP - rCYP
CLASS CONDUCTED BYA
HOOTSTfeNA/N DANCiNOf IMAS rc:R >« tv r*.:;:.i*v c.riirj Pr<>« \“p— l2.- 7?2
■ *™“*4 “
(§@k&X3/S HA ‘- r
' i
&fPwi I>W lit Tai l ' NATIVE OF
STEDMAN PROPOSES
RADICAL CHANGES
(Continued from Page one. j
■although pome of them will probably
bo lollowed out.
The most controversial recommen
dation made by Mr. Stedman is that
the highway fund and general fund
be consolidated into a single State
fund, although he would provide for
certain safeguards, stating:
"I think a provision should be made
that the revenues from the sale of au
tomobile license tags and gasoline
taxes be first used to pay the debt
service of the highway bonds, and
that any funds from these two sour
ces of revenue after making these
payments, be used as the legislature
may provide by proper appropria
tions."
This is very similar to the sugges
tion already made by Attorney Gen
era! Dennis G. Brumaoitt to the ef
fect that both the highway and gen
eral funds be consolidated and thai
a portion of the highway fund be used
for school purposes. It has been
known in formed circles here for sev
eral weeks that Mr. Stedman was go
ing to make a similar recommenda-
I tion.
It is agreed that this particular re
commendation is going to stir up a
storm in the General Assembly and
the prewailing opinion in most circles
here is that-the General Assembly will
refuse t* enact U into law. despite
the efforts that will be made by cer
tain groups, especially the school,
group, to force it through-
The nine recommendations made
by former State Treasurer Stedman
a *L That short term bond* be
issued to fund the present deficit.
2. That no bonds be issued for any
other purpose whatever.
3. That the State highway fund and
the general fund be combined, to er.- |
. able the State to present a better con- |
! solidated fiscal statement and hence
I secure better interes lates in borrow
j ing money.
4. *ihat the State assume no addi-
I tional share of the cost of local gov
i ernment. (Apparently referring to the
cost of maintaining schools.i
5. That the collection of automobile
' license taxes be changed to December
1 instead of December 15.
6. That the Slate treasurer be ap
pointed a member of every board or
commission in the State that has to
do with spending money or making
allotments of State funds, including
the budget commission, tax commis
sion. ijoard of equalization and high
way commission.
7. That ail appropriations be put
under the supervision of the director
of the budget. (This would include the
appropriation for public schools. > i
8. That a revenue bill be enacted as
soon as possible in the forthcoming
legislative session so that the State
can start immediately to repay .is
shod term borrowings.
9. That the rate of interest on State
funds to State banks be reduced un
der the present rate of 2 1-2 per cent.
Present indications are that Mr!
Stednaan’s first, second, fourth and
seventh recommendations will pro
bably be acted upon favorably by the i
General Assembly, largely because
thare is no other course open to ft
with conditions as they now are, It
al3o might decide to move up the
date for the sale of automobile li
censes from December 1, as he sug
-B»st3, in order to make available more
revenue with which to meet obligv 1
| tion.s falling due each January 1.
I . regarded, as extremely
j fi , recommendation for
j : Of ajl the State’s
I funds or to incfu&c the State Treasur
! 'r as an ex-Officio member of all the
I State's spending agencies will be
adopted, since the Treasurer is regard
cd more as a disbursing officer and
not especially concerned with the fi
nancial policies of the State, which
are in the hand:; of the governor, as
director of the Budget.
DRYS BEGIN APPEAL
AGAINST MODIFYING
PROHIBITION LAWS
(Continued from Page one.)
gregating more than 1.000.000 mem
bers. she said in a statement prepar
ed for presentation, adding:
v\ e are here to present our opposl
tion to any increase of alcoholic con
tent from one-haif of one percent, as
authorized by the Volstead act. This
content was established by pie brew
ers themselves 40 years ago In their
defense against the soft drimt trade.
Bet this decision stand.*'
SENATE SUB-COMMITTER
TO HEAR REPEAL BILLS
Washington. Dec. 12.—(AD—Speed-
ing action, the Senate Judiciary Com
mittee. at its find meeting of the ses
sion today referred all prohibition re-
I>eal legislation to a sub-committee
headed by Senator Blaine, Republican
Wisconsin, a foe of national prohibi
tion.
He announced the committee would
get to work as soon as possible and
said he did not believe hearings would
be necessary.
Others appointed to the sub-commit
tee were Senators Borah, Republican
Idaho: Herbert. Republican, Rhode
Island; Walsh, Democrat, Montana,
And Dill Democrat, Washington.
Four of the five members of the
aub-committee are in favor of submit
ting a repeal resolution, with Borah
the only opponent.
Disp atC |p-
WANT ADS
Result*
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hous*- „n Antirt-ws Av ' T>J>fJi !
w, y itascu:.|(](. ( H'r,
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lost gkumax i'(,, ."
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PUBLIC I.W ITKI, M E! : Kt „-
flub putty .5 „c;-„. k T „ . Ul7> :
m«. w. u ■•. , k .
LnUi;ainm*-ni. ii‘ln-hiun •
mission !» n Octavo,, routin'.
foj i.uinbur r ,“°
JK'O REWARD FOR ANY SKWIX,-
machine we fail to make . ’’
fertly. Can supply fiar- }„,
makes. Ri ing u fi y,, UI n . p;i r * .*
Several rood mondra.r.i.i
chines foi sale. HcndTM.r, Ha-?
House. 21H South \V il*an~ * *
Phone • r >!B. “ ' I2 J
COAL, COAL, roAL~r- pnoNE
2.L Quali.y < oal, eorrer;
\vei<rlit. JVorupt <l.-livery, v
11, Watkins «i r<l t’jipnvjp
Mftboilist Clmivli.
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01-HS IS A STORE t. jR FWEJ>\\
body Y'ouil find • *
j varying prices yet a!! •„; , !U ,.. ’.
I el •|ti.iliiy Lou-h.-n-t;,, ..iwv
j V*-12.14-1"
\ WANTED TO P.l’Y PSED
Must by in good <<>:.d.ti«,ti *
cheap for c-.'.sh A<id:« • Hr v ,..
Care Dispatch. jo.;-
SKLKCT IIKIt OR ll|v <~iikkT
mav wateli toot. h eim 1,.- | ,
nsitli* lor delivery
24tli. All etijfraviiiß .■•,,!
teriiifr of -leaiiiei- iin.| t„j,.
trooiK free. Loimlilin
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IT PAYS TO YTSIT THE p’Afl
of Values." A~phaJi •..]. t
pine shingles, window piasv «i,h
vindows. leek- and hi:u:< >:
iron heaters, Si 1M up s j.. f
2 jnin<s for 2.V A.'-x s WrA.;.
1 TOBACCO FARMERS USE OLD
pewspaTiers to store vour cured tt»
bacco on. Get them at the DbU
Dispatch office for 10c per bur.d>
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FIRE
floor apartment, eomp>E*iy ft J
nishca. Private ba'h ai.ii t»r:vate t 1
trance, parage. Price I2<> tin l :
email furnished house. M:‘ Cur
J. Rowland, 824 Nicholas Stif-o.
iCer.iu if
FOUND ~ ONE HALF PAP.RE
sack of flour. Owtu-i f *ri u* -a
by describing same ar.d
this ad. | Henry Duihrun K...*
side Avenue. 12P
COAL. GOOD COAL —LET US FILL
up your bin now while it i> rhevr
if wMI l*e Jiipher after weather pen
•-old We have a full stork resdv
for you at right price Qu» : *‘*t
and weight guaranteed Phone IV
Ilipht'e. Coal and Wood Y.itJ
ih-end t'
FOKKCLOSt KE >AI I.
Hy virtue of authtity \>- *i *•■ •
undersigned as isu-tt :i. a crit- t .:
4 deed Cl tru.-t b\ H-'b' A\.
(Mams, St . and wit** Luvcn.i
ard recorded in R-»*>k 1•" I’* l i'
400, ttefaui - having be* •. m »*L* * u ■*'
j payment *jf th< ik.hv t her* -■ < u**.
at the request ol tin i u-r *•! f .'
iame, I will off**! for sale j: ih«* '
house door in Hendei-i n - N (
the 14'h ol January. '■■
o'clock, by public auction fur 1 •*■
the following desctibeti tu.u
Degin at a .'tone Watk.:u c :r.o
on the Townsville anif Maii'Or. .
road, and ru'> with W’atk.r. .n* -
9 1-4 E. 30.85 chains. *0 a > u
kins corner, thence N 19 1-2 "
chains to a stone Bullot'k * r'*rn 1
thence S. 9 1-4 W. 3">‘> chum?
. .stone in the Raiiioad ::u!. -• - WJ .‘
Buliocka corner. ;h**no* ■ *‘*!l
railroad S. 79 12 E 2" . >
place of beginning, contairung v •* * l
mote or less. Note Th« ,c "
said land as desciibcd ab"*** ,J ’
been cut olf and < <>• ,<vd *v '
nelia Town.-, and .-aid 20 run -
cc|ited f|>tn the ata>ve d-sc../•« ■
leaving the land to b> se.d *" •*
more or less.
.This 10th day of D*-c«-nib* r 19.5-
A. A. BUNN l'’"'’'’
FORECLOSI KE SALK.
By virtue of Iho j»>wei “ ,l J , ** r
in a Deed of Trust executed bv •» ** (
B. Bullock, rrcored m t b*- n ‘•"'
the Register of Deeds of A » ,u *' "
in Book 151 on Page 441 d.-farn-^
1 ing been made in the pa.vm* 1- - f
I debt therein secured, on reqin-- •'*
holder of the same. I •' i h: “ h^"^uUr
cash, by public auction ■’ 1 , (
House door in Henderson. N • ' .
highest biddir r,t Tw ''/December
noon, on he 22nd d:u <>* _^ v
1932. the following described pmr
Being about 1 acre of » .
south of the Harriett Mill- » hfrv
the lands of Ohio PoweH and bv
and being bounded on the , h<
the land of the Cnavasse
east by the lands «» 7 *
heirs. 00 the south by ,h,> b;:f
OUie Powell and on the we- ( , i)p . -
road, being bought by '
of W. B. Daniel and wife. « . f
May 7th 1919 and of t«*c° r “ -\sncc
of the Register of ,‘ Q w hich
County in Book 89 p*g f - -
deed reference is herein n ‘^Y,
This 21st day of N ’ l ’ x „JWoN
G* T. ROBERT^^

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