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J Nj MAD - HE LASMED THAT OLO n § J TAufl« JXOUWD AND SPLASHED Vi MU / WML li WAVER OVER THE fcANK 'WmMS&k f rfc too \2_Lv that (T flooded three - HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1981 T Alleged Hog-Thieves Named In Around 20 Warrants Reported Issued (Sheriff J. E. Hamlett and officers here are still working on the case in which warrants have been issued for L. R., Lonnie and Leonard Harris, brothers of this city, in connection with their alleged hog thefts in many parts of this section of North Caro lina and Virginia. The men, said to have been operat ing on a wholesale scale over a wide area ,are to face charges in North ampton Superior Court at Jackson this week, according to reports from Roa noke Rapids, where first they were taken into custody. Following is part of an article from Roanoke Rapids appearing in the News and Observer Sunday after the affair: “The experience of being in a court room will not be a novelty to the trio, for they have been the accused at pre liminary hearings and have been haled into a half-dozen or more courts, since their apprehension a week ago. There are at least three complaints from Roanoke Rapids charging the men with the theft of live hogs, and perhaps the number of charges and warrants they will face will run into a score or more. “It is understood there has been many more warrants issued this week over several counties. Ten of the hogs in a pen understood to be operat ed by the men in Henderson, have been positively identified by a farmer living in the Leggett’s vicinity, in Hali fax county, it is said. ‘Local officers are in receipt of a letter from an Enfield man, stating that ten hogs were stolen from him week-before-last, and he said two men living on his place could identify the hog staken. He alleges the trio who robbed his pen were driving an old sedan. He offered a reward of $lO and a former city cop was assigned to in vestigate the case. Mayor Kelly Jenkins is in receipt of a letter from the Legg-Parham Mot or Company, Henderson Buick dealers, stating they sold the now famous “hog car,” an old Buick sedan, to Louis R Harris, and that he owed a consider able balance. They sought to repos sess the automobile, but were advised it was being held as evidence and was in proper storage After officers were through with it, the Henderson firm waq assured that they might take the proper steps to repossess. The trial of the three brothers will be watched with intense interest lo cally, because of tlie novelty of the charge, and the evident wholesale scale on which their activities were conducted, coupled with the fact that Roanoke Rapids, perhaps one of the largest markets in the State for bar becue, was one of the principal dis posal points for the stolen pork.” Teachers To Get Boost In Salary Soon (Continued from Page One.) ever, that as soon as Governor Ehr inghaus gets back from his vacation, probably about the first or September, and as soon as FERA Administrator Harry Hopkins gets back from his vacation in Europe, it will definitely be decided how much of the $48,000,- 000 set aside by the Relief Adminis tration for public school aid will be alloted to North Carolina. It will then be possible for the School Commission to take action and increase the salaries of school teachers by what ever amount it appears we will be able to get from the relief administration. IWe are hoping and have virtually , been assured by relief administration New Co-Op Head v 4^ll* M. G. Mann, of Raleigh, who has been named general manager of the North Carolina Cotton Growers Co operative Association, a cooperative organizzation with more than 17,000 members. ( iafficials that we will be able to get • about $1,500,000 in relief funds with which to help pay school teaechers In that case, we will be able to in crease salaries at least 10 per cent.” Any increase in tne sa-.ary schedule made by the State School Commission, even if it is not made until Septem ber oq, October, will, of course, be re tro-active, Martin said. Thus, while ! most of the teachers will start teach ing under the present salary schedule, ; any increase given later will apply to the number of months they have al ready taught and they will get the benefit of the increase for the entire eight months. The reason the school commission cannot take any action with regard to increasing salaries ar this tim e is because none of the $48,000,000 funds set aside for the aid of public schools this coming year has been allotted to any of the states, Martin said. An other reason is that the board does not expect to mak e any increase in the salary schedule until this action is recommended by Governor Ehring haus and he is not expected to recom mend it until he is sure the FERA will allot the necessary $1,500,000 to North Carolina. But as soon as this allotment is made or the proper as surance given that it will be made, the commission is expected to au thorize the salary increase. There has been some criticism of the school commission for accepting the $500,000 it received from the FERA this past year and for planning State Champion ' ! '4 v ■ . 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But those here who know the facts know that this is not the case, and that this plan for the State o increase is salary budget enough to cause a substantial deficit was suggested by FERA officials in Washington who thought North Carolina was just as much entitled to a share of this $48,- 000,000 for school aid as the other states. The FERA sent a special in vestigator down here some months ago who spent several weens here and it was as a result of the investigation he made that this plan was recom mended. They pointed out that since this money could be used only to pay teachers salaries, that the only way North Carolina could get some of it was to have a deficit in the salary budget, but that this could be brought about by increasing salaries in excess of the budget. These sam e FERA of ficials also pointed out that the av j erage salary paid school teachers in North Carolina is much lower than in most other states and urged that the salaries be increasd. Chancellor Seeks To Just ify Action In Killing Rebels (Continued from Page One.) Hitler declared: < ("We want to preserve the miracle of this new resurrection of our people asa precious inheritance of a great age and we want, to pass it on to the generations that come after us. He who best observes fidelity to his peo ple shall himself ever remain unfor gotten in fidelity.” Truck Movement Greatly Limited (Continued from Page One.) governor decreed Milk, ice, fuel, gasoline, grease, greadstuffs and for those conveying commodities for which there is an emergency need, such as hospital, charitable and like institutions; news papers magazines periodical newspa per press motion picture films. Operation of the following vehicle*! without permit will be lawful and the trucks will not be stopped: All government vehicles, public vehicles, vehicles carrying passengers for hire, ambulances, nurses, vehicles owned or operated by farmers carry ing agricultural commodities produc ed by themselves or their operatives; and vehicles carrying merchandise fov the personal use of the operators. Thet edict will be effective until th« drivers and; the employees setlte thei: diffrences. How to Relieve Headaches In Three Minutes When you have one of those violent nerve-racking headaches, from inor ganic causes, you can get soothing re lief ir. three minutes with “B. C.” a reliable, pleasant-to-take remedy. ‘‘B. C is prepared by a registered phar macist, compounded on a different principle from most relief-giving agen cies in that it contains several ingred ients so blended and proportioned as i io accomplish in a few minutes whltt we believe no one drug formula can do in 3o short a time. “B. 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Southern School of Printing, 1514-16 South Stret, Nashville, Tennessee. FORECLOSURE SALE By virtue of authority vested in the undersigned as trustee, in that certain deed of trust dated 16th day of April, 1920, by Chas. H. Pollard and wife Isabella Pollard, and recorded in Book 95, Page 453, Register of Deeds office for Vance County, North Carolina; de fault having been made in the pay ment of. the debt therein secured, and tJhe holder of said debt having request ed of the trustee a sale of said prop erty therein described, I will offer for sale at the courthouse door in Hen derson, N. C., by public auction for cash, on the 30th day of August, 1934, the following described real estate: Begin at the corner of said L. T. Howards’ and Pruden’s line, on the Easterly side of Rockspring street or road, and run thence along the line of said Prudens back from said street or road 200 feet more or less to a corner, now made in said Prudens line; thence in a Southerly direction and parallel with JLockspring street or road 150 feet to a corner of said L. T. Howard on Jim Gills line; thence parallel to Prudens line 200 feet more of less to Gills corner on Rockspring street; thence along said street 150 feet more or less to the place of be ginning. This 28th day of July, 1934. A. A. BUNN, Trustee. NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. 1 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. NORTH CAROLINA, VANCE COUNTY. M. H. COTTON. Plaintiff, i Vs. •' IOLA FAULKNER COTTON, Defendant i THE DEFENDANT, IOLa FAULK NER COTTON WILL TAKE NOTICE: That an action as above entitled has been commenced in the Superior Court of Vance County, North Caro lina, against her, to secure a divofee absolute on the grounds of two years separation And the said defendant will further take notice that she is re quired to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County, at the Courthouse in Hender son, N C., on the 7th day of Septem ber, 1934, and answer or diraur to the complaint in said action, or the plain tiff will apply to the court for the re lief demanded in the complaint. This the 6th day of August, 1934. E. O FALKNER, Clerk of SuDerior Court, Vance County, N. C. R. B. CARTER, attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. NORTH CAROLINA, VANCE COUNTY. WILLIE LEWIS, ' Plaintiff, Vs. f BESSIE EATON LEWIS, Defendant ) THE DEFENDANT, B.E SS IE EATON LEWfIS, WILL TAKE NOTICE: That an action as above entitled has been commenced in the Superior Court of Vance County, North Caro lina. against her, to secur e a divorce absolute on, the grounds of two years separation And the said defendant will further take notice that she is re quired to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court* of Vance County, at the Courthouse in Hender son, N C., on the 7th day of Septem ber, 1934, and answer or demur to the coinplainl in said action, or the plain tiff wUI apply- to tbe court for the re lief demanded in the complaint. This th e 6th day ol August, 1934. j E. O FALKNER, Clerk of Superior Court, Vane® I County, N. C. • R. B. CARTER, Attorney for Plaintiff, _ .