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Fate Os City Baseball League Has Not Been Decided No Effort Has Been Made To K (‘organize Circuit Those Interested in Having L e ague Asked to Call Bob •Falkner at Dispatch With practically no effort being made to revamp the Cilv Baseball League for the coining season, it seems as though it is doomed for the year, after furnishing much fun and amusement for the past three years. Other than some talk among those who took part in the loop last year, little has been done. Whether or not it can be brought to life at this late date is problematical, but if a con ceited effort would be made by those interested, the league could be brought into being in a very short time. Twilight games are played, the teams being composed of mostly men working and games are arranged aft er work has been completed in the afternoon. Last year's race was a hot one with the finish being close. No playoff was field, due to a misunderstanding be tween the finalists. In order to get the ball rolling and In hopes that the circuit can be form, ed for the season, those interested, whether as players or whether they Wish to enter a team, are asked to get in touch with Bob Falkner at IDispatch office, and if enough en thusiasm is shown, an attempt will be made to revamp the league. If you can not call in person, a phone call will have the same effect. This is jtist to sample out the feelings of ball players of yester-years who feel as though they would like to limber up a little in the late afternoon. 1 ' ~ ■ , 11 Todays Games PIEDMONT LEAGUE Portsmouth at Charlotte. Asheville at Wilmington. Norfolk at Richmond. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at New York, fioston at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit At St. Louis. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Boston St. Ixiuis at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at Chicago. EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Executors of the Estate of (Miss) Luna K. Duke, deceased late of Vance County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of agld deceased to Exhibit them to the undersigned at Henderson, N. C., on or before the 17th day of April, 1936, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make im mediate payment. JOSIE DUKE WOODTJEF, CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Henderson. N. C. Executors of Miss Luna K. Duke. This 17th day of April, 1935. TAXES and INSURANCE Taxes and insurance premiums are two items of expense that come with deadly regularity. By totaling the amount of taxes and insurance premiums you ordinar ily pay each year, and dividing the total by fifty-two you arrive at the figure you should set aside each week to meet these fixed expense items. A cash reserve fund, built with regular weekly deposits in a Savings account t here, helps make life more en joyable when taxes and insur ance payments are due. Citizens Bank & Trust Company Henderson, North Carolina. FORTY-SIX YEARS OF SECURITY AND SERVICE iStatktnyVs CENTRAL STATE LEAGUE Club W. L. Pot HENDERSON 4 l .800 Ca-Vel 4 1 .800 Jalong 3 2 .600 Durham 2 3 .600 Oxford 1 4 .200 Hillsboro l 4 .200 PIEDMONT LEAGUE Club W. L. PH. Wilmington r» 1 1.000 Asheville 4 2 .667 Norfolk 3 3 .500 Portsmouth 3 3 .500 Charlotte 1 4 .200 Richmond 1 5 .167 Cluli! W. L. Pet. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 8 2 .800 Chicago 9 3 750 New York 9 4 .692 Boston 7 5 .583 Washington 7 6 .538 Detroit 5 9 .357 St. Louis 2 10 .167 Philadelphia 2 10 .167 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club: W. L. Pet. New York 7 3 .700 Brooklyn .... 9 4 .692 Chicago 3 5 .615 Cincinnati 77 .500 St. Louis 6 7 .462 Pittsburgh 6 8 .429 Boston 5 7 .417 Philadelphia 2 9 .192 Remits PIEDMONT LEAGUE Charlotte 6; Portsmouth 3. Richmond 7; Norfolk 6. Wilmington 16; Asheville 7. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 9: Washington 8. Detroit 11; St. Louis 3. No other games played. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 12; New York 5. Chicago 3; Pittsburgh 0. Cincinnati 12; St. Louis 2. 1 Others not scheduled. JUNIOR SLUGGERS ASKING FOR GAMES Henderson Junior Sluggers are ask ing for a game with a similar term at home or away for Saturday or Sun day. If any ter-m would like to take on the locals they are asked to write to Herman “Lundeen” Williams, 927 Lehamn street, Henderson. JAMES C. COOPER BF WISF- , , , §p tA L INSURANCE S^ ( PHONE £O4 -J -*jnr HENDERSON , N.C HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. 1935 Will 1 angle With Cavaliers In Big Series CcWCV * CfiPTiWM V/CK * \/OA/tV? * SrfifNtiOPU ‘Pictured here are Coach Bunn • Hearn and leading members of the - University of Noith Carolina baseball i team that wil lengage Virginia Fri day and Saturday in the oldest contin- j uous baseball series in the South— | playing at Chapel Hill Friday after- j noon at 4 o'clock, and at Greensboro Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock in the second game of the series. The Tar Heels will play State Thurs Would Require Itemizing All Installment Charges For Financing Purchases Dolly niapntph Tlureaa, in lli«* Sir Wilder Hotel. Raleigh, May I—On the House cal endar, by virtue of a favorable report from the committee on banks and banking, is a bill which will, if pass ed. require finance companies such as these handling installment paper for purchases of automobiles to item, ize all charges. Included in the item ization would be interest charges, in vestigating fees, loss reserve, dealer rebates and insurance charges. Offered just one month ago today by Representatives Lumpkin, of Franklin, and O’Berry, or Wayne, the bill has been reported favorably and appears before the lower House for action today. It is believed that the bill will pass the House. The measure would place install ment paper dealers (finance com panies) under the supervision of the State Banking Department. At pres ent there is no governmental super vision over such organizations. While (he bill is frankly aimed at those companies handling installment paper on automobile purchases it would in clude tall such dealers, such as those OftjAt vtIMOSE PiTCMI*IGr PoflitA . PfcPEMDS AAUCM OP peajapwt ctudce* lS **> cu«w« m nt# _ **e*'c A * xo *UttOEg's ■ i.naa day at Chapel Hill before entering into the Virginia contests. Always a coloiful affair, the games between Tar Heels and Cavaliers this year will have added interest by rea son of their well matched strength. In the two games there will be match ed Virginia s Captain Orlin Rogers and Bud Abbitt against Carolina’s Fred Crouch and Irbie Wright in mound duels expected to provide plenty of action. handling notes for electric refrigera lors, radios and so on. The bill would not regulate or li mit the charges imposed by finance companies, but would simply compel such companies to itemize assess ments. Proponents,,fo the bill declare that the companies engaged in hand ling installment paper will not tell what rates or levies they impose on installment purchasers. Representa tives Lumpkin and O’Berry declare that four companies handle practical, ly all the paper on sales of cars, which is the hulk of the Installment business, and that they have a vir tual monopoly. “The purchaser,” said Mr. Lumplfin, “has a right to know what he is paying for. Under present conditions he does not know, nor will the finance companies tell him.” 1830 —Mary Harris Jones (Mother .Tones) school teacher, labor crusader colorful figure in American coal strikes, advocate of the welfare of wo men and children, horn in Ireland. Died at Silver Springs, Md„ Nov. 30, 1930. In the above layout are pictured Captain Thurman Vick, centerfielder; Coach Bunn Hearn: Jim Tatum, cat cher; Tommy Irwin, shortstop; Buck McCarn, first baseman; Fred Crouch, pitcher; Ed Bulard, third third base man; Trip Rand, second baseman; Ed Voliva. Cicero Groome and Bus Mc- Iver, outfielders; and Biyy Strayhorn, catcher. McCarn has literally ben setting the woods on fire with his home run hit ting lately. In three consecutive games last week he came through with four-base wallops. [COMING!] I Henderson Auto Show I I Merchants Exposition I I and Circus I I All Next Week —May 6toll I I High Price Warehouse I I Henderson VTvl I I Featuring a group of the highest class artists, r a ui entertainers and performers ever brought to I Henderson. f / 4 I A full week of amusement and a glorious time j§ for every member of the family. y I THE PROGRAM INCLUDES [ The El Rey Sisters Dave Costello & Co. The Three Little Pigs Skaters, recent stars of Ziegfield America’s Premier Bare-Back Comedy Act Follies of New York in a beau- riders, combining this entire liful skating act. family in one big feature riding The Atwoods Chas. Costello Sr. & Jr. aCI ° f fiVe pe ° ple - Acrobatic Comedy. Premier aeriists. Miss Gertrude Van Diense Joe Basile’s The Jack Moore Trio Singer, former feature of the NBC Radio Qrchestra Novelty Roman ring act of * ate Philip Sousa’s Band.’ The Looping NixCS three people. Chas. “Red” Sells Globe 01 Death Miss pettie Rooney ciown, late of Ringimg The YYigand Troupe Swinging ladder actor Bros. Circus. Teeter-board acrobatic act. Mrs. Edith Walton See ALICE the Alligator Girl Premier Lady Principal Act Rider With the $25,000.00 Body. And her Beautiful Horses, Gorgeous Style Show IJoe Basile mci:zz [ Will Play hor The Dance* Every Night. Tourists Win Another With Rally In The Ninth Clarksville Bows to Pahlmen, 12-11, in Wild and Wooly Game Played Here Yesterday; Many Extra Base Knocks Racked Up; B urnett Gets Two Homers In a wild and wooly came featured by lots of runs, plenty of hits and nine errors, Otto Pahlman’s Tourists defeated Clarksville here yesterday afternoon at oLague Park 12-11 by scoring five runs in the ninth inning. Archie Boyd opened on the mound for the locals, but was shellacked for a total of seven hits dining two and a ihird innings he occupied the hill. Don Pleasants was forced to relieve him going the remainder of the way, Burnett, Clarksville, gt two homers and a double in five trips. There were nine two base hits in the game besides the homers. The box score: Clarksville Ab R H Po A E Winston lit 4 0 3 9 0 1 Nunn ss 5 J 11 5 0 E. Eubanks of p .... 5 0 0 0 11 Walker 3b 5 1 2 1 0 0 Hicks c 5 2 3 6 1 2 W. Eubanks If 5 1 2 3 0 1 Burnett p of 5 3 3 1 3 0 Shipworth 2b 5 2 1 4 71 Norwood if 3 11 1 0 0 Collier rs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mason rs 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 43 11 16x26 17 6 Henderson Ab R H Po A PI Scoggins ss 5 8 3 1 9 1 Pahlman lb 4 3 2 10 0 0 Smith rs 5 1 3 1 0 0 Branch c 5 1 2 5 0 0 Langley 3b 5 2 2 0 1 0 Woodruff cf 5 1 2 2 0 0 Breedlove 2b 5 0 2 8 4 1 Mills If 4 0 0 0 0 1 Boyd p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Pleasants p 3 11 0 0 0 Totals 42 12 17 27 14 3 xTwo out when winning run scored. Score by innings: R. Clarksville 044 100 110—11 Henderson 200 021 205 —12 Summary Two base hits: Burnett, Norwood, Shipworth, Hicks. W Eu banks, Nunn. Scoggins 2; Woodruff. Home runs, Burnett 2. Double plays: Shipworth. to Nunn to Winston: Scog gins to Bredlove to Pahlman. Base on balls off: Burnett 1; Pleasants 2. Struck out by Burnett: 1; Eubanks 3; Pleasants 4. Earned runs off Burnett 6; Eubanks 4; -Boyd 3; Pleasants 4. Hits off Burnett 12 in 6 1-3 i m ,j r Eubanks 5 in 2 1-3 innings: Boyd 7 j : . 2 1-3 innings; Pleasants x in (> 2-h ~ nings. Runs batted in Winston 1 Hicks 1; W. Eubanks l; hurne.r Shipworth 1; Pahlman 1 Smith \ Branch 2; Langley 1; Woodruff ‘» Breedlove 2; Mills 1. Left on bases' Clarksville 7; Henderson 6. Winning pitcher: Pleasants. Losing pitcher 1 Eubanks, Umpires: Whitley and R„. crs. Time of game: 1 hour 55 minute-' Wife Preservers Half a green pepper with se - , removed boiled with cabbage add to the flavor and helps to minimize the odor Before You Buy Don’t Fail To See The New 1935 Norge Refrigerators And the Lovely New Monarch Electric Ranges They can be bought for as little as SIO.OO down with two years to pay the balance. Loughlin-Goodwyn Jewelers.