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HENDERSON DULY DISPATCH
Kitlhlii Aarnt u. in*
PaMtaM Prtrr MunMa ■»••••’
■MDKBION DISPATCH CO„ HA
at IS T««a« ■ tract
nSRT A DKNNIB. Prea. and Editor
M. L. FINCH. Sa«>Traaa and Bua. M«t.
TELEPHONES
Editorial Offioa *M
Society Editor
Enalnaaa OMlce «*•
, Tha Henderson Dally Dispatch la a
Member of tba Associated Press. Newe
r,per Enterprise Association, Soutb
n Newspaper Publishers Association
and the North Carolina Press Assocla-
Associated Prase Is exclusively
•Atltled to use for republication all
Sews dispatches credited to It or not
Otherwise credited In this paper, and
Also the local news published herein.
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FROST. LAN IMS A KUHN
AM Park Avenue, New Ti rk City; M
Rast W»ck»r Drive. Chicago; Walton
Bulldinx. Atlanta; Security Building,
It. Louis.
Entered at the post office In Hender
eon. N. C . as second class mall matter
(6ye»«v» WyeSi«v ■wvwa~lWA» Ste SR
COP FORGIVES AND HEALS: Bless
the Lord<.o my soul, and forget not all
his benefits; who forgiveth all thine
iniquities: who’fi'eiiß th .11 ! v thy diseases
who redeecth thy life" from destruc
tion* Psalm 103: 2-4.
TODAY
TODAYS ANNIVERSARIES
1784 Stephen l 4 Long, noted Ame
rican ai my engineer, born at Hopkin
lon. N. H. Died a Alton. 111., Sept.
4. 1864.
1813 Joel T. Headley, popular Ame
rican hsterjan. born at Walton. N. Y.
Died at Newburgh, N. Y , Jan 16,
1897.
1819- .Jonn W. Geary, first San
Francisco mayor, territorial governor
of Kanaa-v Union soldier, governor of
Pennsylvania born in Westmoreland
Co Pa. Died at Hamburg Pa., Feb
8. 1873
1844—Charles A Coffin, first pres
ident of the General Electric Com
pany. born in Somersap' Co.. Maine
Died July 14, 1926.
1847 —John P Altgeld. first Demo
crat governor of Illinois after the
Civil War. <1893-«7i born in Germany.
Died at Joliet. HI March 12. 1902
1858 Rachel Foster Avery, leader In
the woman suffrage movement, bora
in Pi’tsburqh. Died in Philadelphia.
Oct. 26 1919.
iIBB6 F ’osier Ware. New York news- I
.ptr editor and writer, born there.
Died at Cooperstown. N Y. Aug. 29.
TO DA 4 IN HISTORY
1812 Ship "Patriot," having on
board ihe filmed Theodosia Burr, sail
ed from Chareston. S C and was
. never heard from agatr.
1853 —Historic Gadsd-n Purchase
Concluded
1854 The fust American petroleum
company, the Pennsylvania Rock Oil,
incorporated
1903 Terrible lioquois Theatre fire
5u Chicago—nearly 600. maimy women
And childr- n lost theu lives
TODAY’S RIKTHDMn
Alfred E Smith of New York bom
there 59 years ago.
Dr Francis C Wood director of
the Crt<ck>*r Institute of Cancer Re
ceaic.h N'-w York, born a' Columbus,
Ohio. S 3 years ago.
Dr. Stanley H High Stamford.
Conn . Congt • gational clergyman rv
ligioii.- editor and radio speaker liorn
in Chicago. 37 years ago.
Simor. Guggenheim ex-l*. S s<i.
atm o ('Clorado. New York capitalist
and philanthropist., bom in Philadel
phia. 65 years ago l
William H Johnston, president of
*h>- Iniernational Association of Ma
ehinist... Washington. D C born In
Nova Scotia. 58 years ago
Stepn* n Leacock. Limed humorist,
heud of tht Depaitmem m Political
Kcoi.oniy St McGill University, Mon
treal. Horn in England. 63 years ago.
Rndvard Kipling, Britain’s great
writei ix*rn in India. 67 years
SfaA w(.»«r / WEIGHS
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FREE CHINA SET
This is one of the ten beautiful Coi
onial china dinner re’s- ;o t»» giver,
away in the . Merchants P*-pul.irtty
Contest winch is now running. Enter
the Contest and compete t'\ these
prizes, usingl the aemr.utt.’n blank
found in tht- issue Foe --’s '* »*•;*
china will be give' to 'he t;v- candi
dates securing the largest ramber ct
votes in Herder.-or. .vr.d H ndeison
Township and i:\ e sets wt". go to the
CROSS WORD PUZZLE \
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13 —Lett. lo Alius
11— lliver mouth
I"'—Constellation
1 • - 'l-’ish IS— I ‘.irn
1 'J—Scourgo
31 —American Indians
"•4—Obstacles in a rate
3ti —ltivulot 27—Spotiia
-S—Greek letter
• 9—Those in political ptmer
3ii Kentovcs
—NoMi
32 Plural ending
33- Mature
r. t —rat in lo as—i;<?v,*k' *
37—Mineral
3 s; —Corona
39—A ;;)gn 4'*—Fist
47 — Vicissitude::
4il- Matter
47 —Devices, rvuig to impart
I'iessu re
—He indebted
4' l —Lincoln to his friends
50— Delightful alvHles
51— Novel
DOWN
t—Foot.like organ
2—('urve
3 Urges foiuard
4 Sleeveless garments
5 Seed covering
k— ftiver (Up.)
7—Eighth t'res of the l’. J 4.
s —Type measure
»—Willow basket
tO—l .uhrirant
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-trainer, for my worse.
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NOTIONS T fl MOARdtITB now’.
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1982
t\e highest candidates living outside
of Henderson Township.
Trade w.th the merchants entered
v. this contest and ask for votes with
your purchase and payments on ac
’ e : The merchants have been sup-
P ’ d w.th ballots and are ready to give
ni to you for the asking,
bn details of this interesting con
ies' may be found on another page of
th s issue'
it —l Tout it of Ije *
l ii—Waver
17 —Terminates
3" Sciences
3t Public announcer
33—Cleanse 33—Hauls
3 1 —Growing out
3\—Sweet subslam;*
37—IJewailed
■’'"—The face of a clock
el \. P of the United State* ui|*
der President Lincoln
S 3 Peruse |
St—Refrigerator
so —Aspect
37 —Hebrew measure*
39—Kiln
4<i—Mineral spring
41 —Nn ve
4 3 —Feminine inm**
4 4 —Female sheep
45—Mend
47— Chinese coin
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SHOULD l WRITE
THEM ON FLY PAPER?
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SEND IN YOUR IDEAS TO NOAM-
NEW INDICTMENT .
IN WOMAN MURDER
CASE IS RETURNED
(Oonunued from page One.)
penalty upon conviction would be five
years imprisonment.
CASE WILL BE CARRIED
TO U. S. SUPREME COURT
Los Angeles. Cal., Dec. 30—(AP)—
Arthur C. Verge, counsel for Winnie
Ruth Judd, condemned slayer, said
today her case will be carried to the
Supreme Court of th e United States.
The appeal will be in the form of
a writ of certiorari and will allege.
Verge said, that Mrs. Judd failed to
receive either a fair and impartial
trial in the Arizona Superior Court or
hearing before the Arizona Supreme
Court, which removed her case from
the calendar.
Photo* of McColn
Car Sent Here
(Continue uotn rage One.)
found, were received by authorities
lu’te today. It bore the North Caro
lina license tag. 232-826. which was on
the McCoin car. and Al. A. Wester,
business associate of the missing man
who is directing the investigation
front this city, said there was no
doubt bul that it was the McCoin
machine.
There wore several of (he photo
graphs. One of them was a front view’
showing the license tag very plainly.
Another was a side view, and showed
what, appeared to be dents in the left
rear fendei. tending to bear out state
ments in an anonymous letter from
Chicago telling of the car being sidc-
Vule Tragedy
The season of peace and goodwill
brought only tragedy to Frances
Lassiter tabove). 15-year-old high
school girl, of Newport News, Va.,
f or her father is dead and she is
Held for his murder. According to
the girl's story, she wanted to go
»o a Christmas party, blit her fa
ther, who. she says, had frequently
beaten her and her mother, flew in
to a rage. So Frances took a pistoi
from a drawer and shot him to
death
I Have You Paid Your Carrier I
I IF NOT— I
I PAY HIM TODAY I
Don’t Borrow From Your Carrier
He's probably one of the fairest business I
fellows you know anywhere—your car- I
DON’T rier. He has no capital of his own behind
rT him. All his expenses are current; he has I
* no sinking 1 fund. And yet he must pay the
B company promptly for every paper he I
■ i
If you haven’t the money to pay in full Ij
YOl T R when vour subscription falls due, your
carrier pays for your paper and WAITS
gjLL for his principal and profit.
Can you afford to borrow both his earn
ings and the money he uses to pay for your R
papers? ml
Surely you don’t intend it that way. Because he is so courteous he
probably hasn’t made this plain to you. He plods along patient-
I ly, and confident.
Every circulation auditor insists every paper must be paid in ad
vance—or promptly eaph week—SO IT’S UP TO THE BOY TF I
YOU DON’T SETTLE WITH HIM.
I Henderson Daily Dispatch I
y •
Scientist Urges “Electric Dollar” to End Depression—New* Item
swiped by four men in a Hoick <f’dan
near Petersburg. Va . last Thursday !
with a hold-up and murder following
Another of the pictures showed tlie |
car with (he cushion Imm the rear
seat taken out and leaning against
the side of the car. The view of the I
cushion did not reveal anything of
consequence.
yhere were no other developments!
at this end of the ivestigajion today.
Mr. Wester said he had received
nothing new today from Chief of Po
lice J. H. Langston, of Henderson,
nor Carvin Linthicum. nephew of
Mrs. McCoin,. who are in Hagerstown,;
Md., assisting in a search there fori
possible traces of the men mentioned j
in the anonqmous letter or of the I
missing man. Up to noon he had re- I
ceived nothing further from Colum- I
bus, Ohio, where the McCoin car was I
being held.
Try The Wanads:
Don t forgot pockets in the
Child’s warm play suit. They add
Interest and Jov to the suit
JAMES C. COOPER
Hf war
INSURANCE Sr„ w
PHONE EC 4 -J f
HENDERSON- N C
ADMIMSTKATOK S NO Jl< y
NORTH CAROLINA f
VANCE COUNTY
Having qualified :i> admim u.
of t-he estate of John K Kp.,.n. d«*
ceased under his will, |;,t* <d \ , n , ,
county. North Carolina th:> i> n. ;,:>
all persons having claims again-: ;i,.-
estate of said decras. d. to exhibit
them to the undersigned. at M.ddh
burg, N. C. on oi befoie : fi« IKt •■. ,ia v
of December, 1933 or thi> notice wii;
be pleaded in bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to said esu 1 . W il!
please make immediate payment
This the 16th day of Decembci 1933
LEWIS W SPAIN
Administrator of Esiat** of
JOHN K SPAIN
FORECLOSURE SALE
By virtue of powei contained in a
Deed of Trust executed by W.<; irn
Williams and Betti* Williann- h>
wife, on the 4 1 h day if J>. remb< i
1920, and recoided in the if fire *q the
registet of deeds of Vance eoun'y ;n
book 104 at page 119. delault having
been made in tho payment of ih,. <i< b*
therein secured, at the request *«f 'h”
holder of same. 1 will m 11. by piiblu
auction, to th c highest hidd* i. <••!
cash, at the court house dooi i"
Henderson, Vance county. N C . *t
12 o'clock noon, on Monday, Janu.*r\
9th, 1933, the following d«scubcd pro
perty: '
Sajne being thirty acres of land cP
off of Warren Williams' me hur.died
and seventeen acre ‘ rat". the .-.»id
thrity acies being bound**! ;*> f**l
lows: Bogin at a largo pit in Miiici
line, on the Williamsboro ami Tim ns
ville road, and run thence along --<iid
road northwest to old Boyd g *tc place,
thence westward ihiough William.-
land lo his line on crock ihonor t**
Miller line, thence along his lin * t •
beginning, said line to In’ so mn -
to cut off thirty acres on the j a-h
east side Os the 117 acre fact, said
thirty acres being hounded a- fol
and lines of same established a- will
be definitely shown hv a pot of -<mc
which is on record in the office o‘ 'h*
Register of of Vanee rmn '> in
book C at page 21, to which pi - f
ference is here made for define* and
accurate description.
This 9th day of December. 1932.
J. C. KITTREI.L, Ttii'tec
SEABOARD A1B _
LINE RAILWAY
TRAINS LFAVF IIENUEBSON
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTIfBOITNO
108—6:48 A. M. for Rle^imond,
Washington New Vorl*. connect-
Ing at Norllnn with No. 18 ar
riving l'ortsmoidh-Ninrfolk 1! W
F. M. with parlor-dining car per
vieie.
* —l*. M for Itiehmon*!
and Portsmouth, Washington,
New York.
19*—9:48 F. M. for Richmond
Washington and New York.
B—3:*B A, M. for rortsroooth-
Norfolk Washington. New York-
No. SOUTHBOUND
191—5:43 A. M. for Savannah,
Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, S*
Petersburg.
8—3:45 P. M. far Raleigh. San
ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Savan
nah, Miami Tampa, St. Peter*
burg,
107—7:55 P. M. far Raleigh. Ham
lot, Savannah, Jacksonville.
Miami, Tampa, St. Peterabsrf.
Atlanta, Birmingham.
8—1:38 A. M. for AtlanU, Btn»-
inghan, Memphis.
For Information call on H.
Pleasants. DPAu, Raleigh. N. 0-.
or M O Capps, TA , Heoderau*.
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