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CELEBRATION PLAN 10 BECARRIED ON Solicitation of Funds for Expenses Will Start in Day or Two At a conference last night of M. C. Miles, general chairman, and S. S. Stevenson and R. G. S. Davis, of the central committee in charge of ar rangements for the Greater Hender son Day celebration, it was decided to proceed immediately with details so plans for the big celebration on Thursday. October 4. of the comple tion of the Garnett street improve ments and the white way installation The trio had made some inquiries among business people durni gthe day Monday as to the sentiment of the merchants, and found virtually unani mous opinion that the program must be carried through to a successful conclusion. So they have set their hands to the task, and decided that an adtive solicitation bf the mer chants will be made in the next efw days for funds with which to do the job. The budget of around $1 500 was left to stand as planned, and a list of merchants in the city was canvassed and amounts estimated for each .with ample funds available on that basis for the costs anticipated. It was made clear that no one individua or concern will be asked for more then a very modest amount in cash donations. A meeting is toi be held some day this wpek to further the preparations and active procedure will be the < rder from this time on. Merchants who have been approached as to helping ou tin the cost were all ready and willin gto "do their part" in whatever proportion was necessary, it was said Indications now are or a big celebra tion. Assault Charges Before Clements At Day's Session! Assault charges were listed in war- I jants brought into recorder's court to day for trial before Recorder R. E Clements. Ed Gales, colored .was charged with assaulting Julius Collins, and was given the option o 30 days on the roads or paying a fine of $2.50 and costs, and being of good behavior 12 months. Julius Collins, colored, was charged with assaulting Ed Gales, and was discharged. A /warrant charged Jack Griffin, white, with an assault on Bell Thar rington, but the case was continued until Saturday, when a jury trial is to be had. Ruth Griffin and Nellie Falkner. white women, were charged with as- KPultng each other, and the case wa i continued until Saturday. BRIDGERS TO SPEAK AT DABNEY SEPT. 21 The schedule address of J. H. Brid gers before the Dabney Grange for September 14 has been postponed for one week, to September 21, on accoun 4 of an address by Dennis G. Brum mitt at the court house. Friday night at 8 o’clock. It was stated today. Mr. Brldgers will discuss the pro posed constitution at Dabney on Sep tember 21. CAN YOU ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS? See Page Four 1. Who wrote the novel “The Pilot ? 2. On which river was the trial tri of Fulton’s steamboat “Clermont’’ 3 Who was the mother of the Empei or Nero? * 4. Who was Charles Scribner? 5. On which continent are gorilla native? 6. Where was Adolph Menu Menjou the actor, born? 7. In which West Indian country i there a province named Pinar de Rio? 8 Where is the United States Mill tary Academy? 9. How long is the term of U. S. Sen ators? 10. Name the Secretary-General o the Communist Party of Sovie Russia. Special Offer I ! To Victims of Gas—lndigestior Pleasant to Take, Elixir Helps For Distressed Stomachs or Money Back You can be so distressed with ga and fullness that you think your heat is going to stop beating. Your stomach may be so distende that your breathing is short an gaspy. You are dizzy and pray for quic’ relief —what’s to be done? Just one tablespoonful of Dare’ Mentha Pepsin and in ten minutes th gas disappears, the pressing on tfc heart ceases and you can breatl deep and naturally. Oh! What blessed relief; but wh not get rid of such attacks altogetb er? Why have indigestion at all? Especially when any druggist any where guarantees Dare’s Menth pepsin, a pleasant elixir, to end ga or indigestion ,or money back. Bhfmmu An aid To Digestion; CJ. S. Ready to Ring Pacific With Defenses HAWAIIAN Navy has perfected plans to establish air bases on Guam, Wake and Midway Islands in anticipation of abandonment of British-Japanese-United States Naval Treaty in 1936. These, with the present fortifica tions in Hawaii and the bases surveyed in recent aerial and submarine concentrations in the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, will enable United States to ring the Pacific with defenses for her coast. Meanwhile, Japanese cabinet has approved new naval policy laid out by Admiral Mineo Osumi (inset), naval minister* oroviding for a navy second to none, (Central Press) POLICE COURT HAS A LARGE CALENDAR Usual Variety of Cases in Long Session Monday and Again Today Mayor Irvine B. Watkins on Mon day tried one of the biggest dockets n recent weeks in the police court, ind again today had two defendants .'or judgment. At otday’s court Raymond Thomas, ind Otis Massenburg, colored, were, •harged with possessing liquor, and judgment was suspended on payment if the costs for each defendant. Frank Young, colored, was sent to he roads for 30 days for being drunk ind possessing liquor. The big docket of Monday follows; Charlie Pollard, colored, was fined I 51 and costs for bein gdrunk. Sam Watkins, white man, of near 3cuth Henderson .was .charged with issaulting Ollie Pruitt with a deadly weapon nad also with carrying a con- j ; sealed weapon, but was discharged in both counts. It was different,' however, in another warrant. in' which he was charged with assault- | ing and beating E. T. Hicks. On this | count he was sent to the roads for, 30 days. Taylor Stevenson, white man, was charged with assaulting Catherine _ Copyright, 1934, B. J. Barnolds Tobscco Company ■ n V .'‘l' ~ r ~ ' j^^yrru. a Caltv ’ MISS HELEN HICKS rose to the supreme heights of golf to win the a— nrrrTr f i women s championship of the U. S. A frequent smoker while on the Ml ,%, : ' lißjiM^^ :> ' fairways, Miss Hicks tells below how she guards against fatigue. %% /' HELEN HICKS tells her way of regaining -Qgy||c^ *eg/a£k. youthful energy! Rff^ ||||| "The strain of championship golf puts a tre- ..."low” spirits. So why not turn to Camels I SB mendous tax upon your energy,” says Miss yourself... for more smoking enjoyment... to I '• Helen Hicks, "but I can always restore my en- offset fatigue and irritability? Thousands of ex- | enjoy often, as I can smoke Camels constantly that Camels give a delightful’’lift.” Arid science # W#'^lhKmK^l v • without a sign of jangled nerves.” definitely confirms what they report. Camels are *'Skt Every role in life has its strain. Every day has milder—made from costlier tobaccos. Smoke all rl«Sslp i, %te Camel’s Costlier Tobaccos *“TS» OWI SisSi* fkg#p|ia never get on your Nerves! "5S= m any other popular brand." i Stevenson, and prayer for judgment was continued for two years on pay ! ment of the costs. I James Richardson and Luther Gales, colored men .charged with as seultin gand beating each other, drew 1 the option of $5 and costs or 30 days, on the roads each. Josephine Branch was taxed with the costs and iHenry Townes was dis charged on charges of cursing and jabusing each other. Both were col j ored. Willie, Charlie and James Vass were fined one cent and the costs for en gagin gin a “crap" game. Melvin Fain, name din the same warrant, | failed to appear when he was called. All were colored. ! Brodie Davis was charged with I failing to provide for his wife and four small children, and pleaded guilty to the charge, and was allowed a prayer for judgement for two years on condition that he contribute what ever he can afford to the family. He was colored. Charlie Young. Herbert McGhee and Son Stamper ,all colored, were charg ed with shooting crap ,but all failed to answer when their names were called. Robert Gee, colored, paid $1 and for being drunk. Son Crossen, colored, went to the roads for 60 days for assaulting Forest Henderson with a deadly weapon. Percy Jones, colored, waa fined $2.50 and costs for assaulting and beating Josephine Branch . Sir James famed English astronomer, born 57 years ago. Henderson Daily .Dispatch HARDER 10 LOCATE SCHOOL FACULTIES Many Teachers Not Grab bing at Jobs as Rapid ly as at One Time School folk hereabouts charged I with the responsibility have found it [increasingly difficult this season to J obtain desirable teachers for faculties ; in the city and county ,and have been I forced in some instances to make | numerous inquiries before filling va | cancies that have occurred, it was learned today. Eight prospects had to be queried ] to fill a sngile vacancy in one of the ! rural schools ,and nearly half of the I eight did not even answer the in j quiries as to whether they would be interested in the offer extended. | In one instance a high school teach i er was employed and accepted and in | a few days wired for a release, which i was granted. I Similar situations have arisen else where in the white school system. The only explanation seems to be that other fields are being found I more inviting and more remunerative. ! or else teaching jobs are located else where carrying a bit better income. Nobody in the school organization is j blaming the teachers for doing the Teachers Will Meet Tomorrow White teachers of all city and coun ty schools here will meet tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock at the Hen derson high school for conferences with the school authorities in ad vance of the opening of the fall term on Thursday this week. Definite class room assignments will be made and instructions given as to the detailed operation of the schools for the coming year. All the teachers are required to attend this meeting Teachers are already arriving in the city for the opening of the term, and all of them are expected to be on hand by tomorrow morning, or at least by Thursday for the start. NO SUSPECTS FOUND IN FRIDAY ROBBERY No suspects have a? yet been lo cated in the expensive merchandise robberies that occurred here last Fri day night, Chief of Police H. J. Langs ton said today. Crime of this kind is hard to uncover, the chief has found, as no clues were left behind by the criminals. The Tucker Clothing Com pany was robbed of SI,BOO of men's suits numbering around 60 to 75, and merchandise valued at around S3OO was taken from the J. C. Penney Company store. R. B. GREEN WINS TRIP TO VIRGINIA BEACH R. B. Green, local representative of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., is spending spverai days at the Cava lier Hotel. Virginia Beach, Va., at tending a sales congress of the star •salesmen of the company. The trip is a compliment from the company to those agents who qualified with a quota to September. Mr. Green ex ceeded his quot,a by August 1. Mrs. Green accompanied him. LARGE FARM SOLD IN DEED RECORDED A farm land tract of 29D.7 acres on the Henderson-Drewry road was sold in a deed filed for record Monday. It was sold by S. P. Cooper and others to W. T. Woody for $lO and other considerations. It was the only real estate transaction of the day. Bishop Lauress J. Birney of Cal., retired M. E. bishop, born at Den nison, Ohio, 63 years ago. nest they can for themselves. It is looked upon as an indication that employment is at least making strides forward, and that is consider ed a wholesome condition. ! TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1934 NRA Violator Jailed Michael Weisberg Found guilty of contempt of court for violating a court order com pelling him to comply with the meat dealers’ code, Michael Weis berg of Cleveland, 0., became the first defendant in an Ohio NRA conviction to be sentenced to a jail term. Common Pleas Judge Alva R. Corlett declared the evi dence showed Weisberg over worked his employes without ex tra pay and fined him SIOO and ten days in the county jail. HEAT YOUR HOME Be Comfortable This Winter LENNOX STEEL FURNACES 12 to 36 Months To Pay TANNER ROOFING CO. GET YOUR PLYMOUTH NOW—FROM Motor Sales Company BUSINESS SCHOOL OPENINGLARGEST Institution Starts with Rec ord Enrollment; Facul ty is Announced An enrollment exceeding in the history of the school .with many other pupils to enter in the next few weeks was reported today by Mrs E. G. Everritt, manager of the Hen derson Business School, which start ed its fall term Monday. Initial en rollments were had that day, with others registering today. She said the opening was “very satisfactory". Following the registration Monday, active class work was started today, charge of the shorthand department again this year. U. E. Anderson, of Manchester, Tenn., is in charge of the bookkeeping department of the school and is declared to be a splendidly qualified teacher. Miss Katherine Teague, of Henderson, is in the typ ing department and will likewise as sist with the shorthand instructional work. The school occupies quaiters on the rear of the second floor of the Law Building, where it has br-en located for several years. Friends of the institution are de lighting in the growth and expansion it has shown in the past few years, and consider it a genuine asset of the community.