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REV. IAS. A. JONES
Al PRESBYTERIAN iSc'W i'istor Preaches Twice Sunday, Making Fav oiable Impression Kt-v. faiiies A. Jones ibegan his pas uiate of the First Presbyterian church m Henderson with two ser niiT.s at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., Sun day He arrived in the city during the past week and is living wtih his wife aim infant child at the Presbyterian nianse nn Charles street. Rev. Mr Jones was heard by a large congregation Sunday morning, including a number of visitors from cthez churches. He made a strong im predion upon his congregations the new pastor is a graduate of foreclosure sale. Pursuant to the terms of a certain deed of trust executed by J. w. Gill ana wife Edith M. Gill, to R. s. Mc- Couu trustee, dated July 9, 1931, (the undersigned by a judgment of the Superior Court of Vance County, North Carolina, having been substitut ed a:- trustee in said deed of trust in the place of the said R. S. McCoin) which deed of trust is recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Vance County, Book 162, Page 453, default having been made in the pay ment of the debt therein secured, and being required so to do iby the holder of sam debt, the undersigned sub stituted trustee will offer for sale by public auction for cash, to the highest buidei at the front door of the court house, _m the town of Henderson, N C on rhursday the 27th day of June, 193? at 12 o’clock noon, the follow ing described property: Ist Begin at the corner of Syca mtu and Cherry streets, In Watkins CK ven Hill farm plat, run thence along Sycamore street, S. 30 W, 95 feet to corner, Thorne lot. thence S 60 E TO feet to corner of lots Nos. 20 and 21. thence N, 30 E, 95 feet to Cherry street; thence along said street N 60 W, 70 feet to place of beginning, being lot No. 48 of said Clove: Hill plat; 2nd Begin at a stake, ®. a. L. Rail road corner of lot 20 and 21, run thence along said street in a Norther. ,v dilection 100 feet, corner of lots, is and 19. thence along line of lot No. is 100 feet,' thence along line of lot No 7, 50 feet to corner of lot No. 8, thence along line of lot No. 8, 100 feet to Walters street, thence along Wal ters street 50 feet to (beginning, be ing lots 8, 19 and 21 as shown on Lowry plat. Book A, Page 16, Regis ter of deeds office for Vance County. 3ui Begin at a stone on Vaughan street Dunn and Rowland corner, run thence along this line, 145 feet to Chestnut street, thence along said street 19 feet to F. R. Harris corner,, thence along said Harris line towards Vaughan street, 150 feet to a stone F. R Harris corner, thence along said Vaughan street, 50 feet to beginning, see deed book 93, Page 47. sth. Begin at Stewarts line on Vaughan street, run thenwe along said street, 27 1-22 E, 50 feet to West Avenue, thence along said avenue 30 feet to Mrs. Klttrell’s line, thence West 162 feet to corner of Chestnut street, thence along said street 27 1-2 W 19 feet to Stewarts corner, thence aiong Stewarts line E, 147 feet to be ginning sth. Begin at a stone Summerville and Harris corner, run thence N, 89 W aiong this line, 39 feet to an iron stake, thence N 66 W, 23 1-2 feet to an iron stake, S 23 1-2 W, 9 feet. 10 in S S 9 E. 25 feet to an iron pin which is 39 feet. N. 87 W, from the begin rir.g thence to the beginning. dth Being io f 3 N >s. *B, 09 0 71, ar.d 73 as snown >y pin* in Watkins Clover Hill farm, which is duly re. voided in Registerd Dedds office of Vance County, North Carolina, Plat Rock a Page 19. Also see deed book in Page 360, in Book 79, page 198. Tins 27th day of May, 1935. A. A. BUNN, Substituted Trustee. Travel Bargains Tickets On Sale Daily Frum Henderson Round Trip One-Way One-Way Unrestricted To Coach Unrestricted 15-Day 6-Months Columbia, S. C. $ 3.70 $ 7.40 $ 9.90 $12.35 Savannah, Oa. . > 5.82 11.63 15.50 19.40 Jacksonville, Fla. 839 16,(77 22,40 27195 West Palm Beach, Fla 12.88 25.75 34.35 42.95 Miami, Fla 13.88 27. t 5 37.00 46 25 Tampa, Fla 11.56 23.10 30.85 -38.50 Sr. Petersburg, Fla 11.91 23.82 31.80 39.70 Athens, Ga. . 590 1180 15 75 19 70 Atlanta, Ga 7.00 139 9 18.65 23.35 Chattanooga, Tenn 7-93 15.85 21.15 26.45 Nashville, Tenn 1° 22 19 46 25 95 32 45 Birmingham, Ala 9.50 18.99 25.35 31.65 Memphis, Tenn 42 32 24 33 32 ™ 4105 Boitsrnouth-Norfolk, Va 197 3.94 625 6.60 Richmond, Va I- 74 342 460 670 Washington, D. C 427 692 025 1155 Baltimore, 5.71 8.36 1213 14.43 Philadelphia, Pa 9.17 HB2 19 05 21 35 New York, N. Y 1 2 - 44 1506 2552 ' 2783 Similar Low Fares To Other Points Let us explain Air-Conditioned equipment on Seaboard Trains- An exclusive feature. Ship Your Auto By Train Only one extra ticket, at 3.6 c per mile required when two or more persons travel in Pullmans. For further information see your local Ticket Agent or write C. G. Ward, D. P. A., 505 Odd Fellows Building Raleigh, N. C. SEABOARD Air Line Railway The only completely air-oonditloned trains in the South. nion Theological Seminary, Presby terian college in Richmond. He is a native of Latinnburg, coming from ! mr “ of the foremost families of Seot ‘**nd county and that section of the Mate. Medical Regiment t'mts To Put On Program Thursday Company and band of j• ~ Medical Regiment under the lection of Captain James N O’Neil, t °™ m * ndin e officer, wil have sheltei h«.!k.i Ching and strik ing drill on the rp, a grounds at Aycock sehnc.l on ihursday afternoon, June 20, at 4:30 cos . After the drill the company m proceed by truck to the Washout or a barbecue supper. MRS. W. J. ALSTON’S mother passes on Dies V ® olivar ’ Tenn., After Illness or three Weeks; Mr, Alston With Her Mrs. S s. Baker, mother of Mrs. terdav' ° f Henderson - died yes- Rrui ‘ a r £ ternoon at her home in' wepk Pr ' Tenn ’’ after an illness of three acc °rding to word received Mrs - Alston had been at the bedside of her mother for two Mr Alston went from Asheville Saturday to be with her. N 0 details were received here today as to the cause of death or the time of the funeral. registration for ELECTION IS ENDED Comparatively Few Names Put On Books for Liquor Control Balloting Registration books closed Saturday for the special election to be held in this county two weeks hence, Satur day, June 29, on the question of es tablishing a liquor control system in Vance. So far as could be learned to day, the registration of new names was very light. Those who are already qualified will, of course, be allowed to vote as usual. The books will be open next Sat urday, June 22, for challenge, if there be any such. patriotic sons to MEET THIS EVENING The Patriotic Sons of America will hold their regular meeting in their hall tonight at Eight o’clock, at which time light refreshments wil be served. The degree team recently organized will put on degrees tonight. The membership has been very ac tive since the State meeting held here m May New members are be ing added and a number of applica tions for membership are on file. All members of the organization are asked to be present for the meeting tonight. / NRA Passing Hits Strike of Women (Continued unm r-age One.) moment in Cleveland —one which many people discuss —concerns char women. They entered an “unauthorized" un ion—one not sponsored by the Amer. ican Federation tl f Labor and— But let the Cleveland Press tell the story (which made the first pages of the papers): “The record-breaKing strike of 75 charwomen at the Union Terminals building was over today. “'The women, most of them the sole support of their families, came off the picket line* beaten so far as the Cleveland Terminals Building Co. was concerned. None of them expected to get her old joe back, union leaders said. “Last Dec. 12 these women voted to strike, charging the company had HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1935 cut wages, doubled up work so that one was doing the work two or three did formerly, and had fired 12 for trying to form a regular union, out side the company union. “Representatives of the company denied most of the charges, and re fused to sign a contract with the charwomen’s union. "Under the leadership of Tor and Frank Cedarvall, organizers for the Industrial Workers of the World, the charwomen started the picket lines that held intact through the winter and spring.” NEW WORKERS HIRED the story continues: "The company hired new_workers, mostly men. When it became diffi cult to get these into the buildings, they were run in through the ramps under the new U. S. postcffice, where pickets were not allowed. “From the beginning a heavy spe cial police detail under Capt. John Savage was posted in the orra. 'The two Cedarvalls were attacked on the stvea. by unidei:tn:*:-i slug gers who sent them to the hospital. “Hemes of the striking women were the object? of vandal outrages. A home-mode bomb was found in the Terminal Tower. “Meanwhile, the strike wore on, setting an endurance record early last month. “Ti en came the Supreme Court rul ing against the NRA. “Fred Anderson, union organizer, said today that that ruling cut the ground from under the strikers, who had (brought charges of NRA viola tions against the company.” Congress Puts On Steam To Hasten Adjournment Day (Continued from Page One.) the controverted AAA amendments, a deficiency bill and the Wagner labor disputes bill. Other measures which he listed as “essential” before adjournment were: Utilities holding company, Federal CraOi \T2pM (A WrW <? I EL'.Mfe" ) I GO *.. 1 i. 1 ..* ... nr wisp of ffagnince ~, where taste and mildness meet 100% for mildness and better taste (1 19 i% Dccett & Myers Tobacco Cc «/ STEVENSON— WEDNESDAY ONLY * PEOPLE WILL TALK ' With Chas. Ruggles and Mary Boland alcohol control, motor bus regulation, expansion of Tennessee Valley Au thority, and the Guffey-Snyder coal bill. Speedy enactment of the Guffey. Snyder bill to verate a “little NRA” for the soft coal industry was urged before a House ways and means sub committee, by its co-author. At the other end of Pennsylvania avenue, meauwhile, Harry L Hop kins, relief administrator, reported a slight decline in the number of per sons on relief in cities. He then con ferred with State works progress ad ministrators about starting the $4,- 000,000,000 works, relief program, by which he hoped to transfer a large number of unemployed on relief to jobs. He told them that the program would "make or break” in the next six months, in asserting that the pub lic and the President were looking to them to do the job. Secretary Morgenthau declined to discuss ar eport emnnating from a meeting of European central bank governors in Basie, Switzerland, that the American treasury went to the rescue of the French franc in its crisis last month. Officials Ordered To Appear On June 27 In Liquor Hearing • Oc Utlr.uea trnro Page One ) systems. The papers were in multi graph form, with the necessary blanks filled in. The county commissioners named in Judge Devin’s order for Vance county are Samuel M. Watkins, chair man, W. W. Currin, W. P. Parrish, W. W. Grissom and H. B. Farrott. and Members of the elections board are Fred S. Royster, chairman, W. B. Daniel and John F. Hicks. The com missioners ordered the election and fixed the date for it, and the election board arranges for the holding of the election. ( " ‘ ~— 1925—Traffic in Arms Treaty sign ed at Geneva by 32 nations —meaning little. tmrns t j mmfcL / ' OH (1 OUVet" „ Kpt ohi tf>. F ..?■ YOUNG SPEAKER FOR HOLDING COMPANIES Says Correct Abuses But Do Not De stroy a Useful in strument Washington, D. C., June 17 -“I see no more reason for abolishing the holding company merely because abuses have crept into its operation than I do for abolishing the automo bile because of the disasters which come from reckless drivers,” Owen D. Young, Democratic leader and chair man of the Board of the General Elec tric Company stated in a letter which he wrote to Senator B. K. Wheeler of Montana. “The important thing is to restrain and correct the abuses and not to abolish a useful instrument.” said Mr. Young. ‘*l am convinced that the holding company is a very useful in strucent through which to group uti lity operating companies which, by their nature, must be local, into an efficient economic unit. In this way the cost of power can be reduced service can be given to communities which could not otherwise obtain it and the safety of the investment can be increased through the diversity fac tor over what it would be in any one of the ndividuai operating companies” Mr. x oung, in his letter, quoted i EFIRD'S BIG JUNE SALE Continues with full force offering many additional specials Daily Tuesday Morning Special Sheets 69 r One lot of bed sheets sizes 81x90 and 99, regular SI,OO values, while they last Tuesday morning at only— -6W MANY OTHER BIG VALUES EFIRD'S PAGE THREE testimony he gave recently (before a Sub-Committee of the Senate ill which he stated that “there Ls a very real reason for having holding companies. There is a great advantage, not only from the standpoint of connecting dif ferent units with transmission, but there is a great advantage on the technical side in unifying those dif fered; operating companies; and there is also on the financial side justifica tion for it through diversifying the risk. You can only get diversity in the public utility field through a held ing company whereas in the manu facturing business you are able to get it by one straight operating company” Wife Preservers When sheets tear in the ‘middle, rip hems ana make them into pii icw cases. Each sheet will make four Diiiow cases.