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Cadell Makes Confession in
Statement to Federal
Officer Here.
In (hr statement he .signed and
gave to n Federal Department of Jus
tice investigator here Wednesday, J.
H. Cadell. held here for abduction in
taking Mrs. Robert Watkins from her
Vance county farm home two weeks
ago. admitted he had impersonated a
Federal office in the false arrest here
of two itinerant showmen two days
before he disappeared with Mrs, Wat
kins. Sheriff J. E. Hnmlett of Vance
county said today that was the con
fession Cadell signed in the written
Information gathered by the special
officer during his stay here will b«-
turped over, he said, to the United
States district attorney of this dis-1
trict with the possibility that Cadell;
may be prosecuted, subject, probably,
to the outcome of his trial at the Jan-i
uary term of Vance Superior Court on
the abduction charges. The prisoner
pleaded not guilty to the abduction
charge when given a preliminary;
hearing in recorder’s court Wednes
Cadell had “Doc” Cowan and J. E.
Dunngan arrested ostensibly in con
nection with the slaying of Mrs. W.
\V. Mason at her husband's rural
store in Harnett county the night be
fore Thanksgiving day. Mason, who
was charged by Harnett officers with
complicity in the slaying, was brought.]
here to view Cowan and Dunagan.
but failed to identify them as among
the three men he had claimed per
petrated tiie robbery and fatal shoo -
ing. The two showmen thereupon
were released. It was in that act that
Cadell impersonated a Federal officer.
And it was a few hours after the re
lease of the two men that ho and Mrs,
Watkins disappeared. He had been
living in the Watkins country home j
for several months.
Meanwhile. Cadell remained in the
Vance county jail today in default of
the $5,000 bond fixed by Recorder R.
E. Clements when tie bound the man
over to superior court on probable,
The Shriners of Sudan Temple will
have an oyster roast at 6:30 o'clock
this evening at the plant of the Coca-
Cola Rottling Company on the Ra
leigh Road, it, was stated today.
All Shriners and prospective Shrin- i
eis were urged to attend.
One License*—One marriage license
wa • issued yesterday at the Register
of Deeds office, and it wont to a col
ored couple, Arthur Harris, Route 3,
Henderson and Sallie Henderson, of
I With An O. K. I
I That Counts I
Every Used Car in our complete stock has been recoil
ditioned. We do not offer for sale used cars that are ||.
jk not in good condition. B
Every used car bought from us during the
next 30 days will have 1936 license, 5
gallons of gas and a complete ■
change of oil.
We invite v ou to visit our used car department in the B
old Coca C'da building We have a complete stock jj|
■ of the most popular make cars to be found in 1 lender- Sf
1 son * B
1933 Chevrolet Master Sedan
B New painl. good tires, just the car for the family JL
(live Santa a break.
1934 Master Chevrolet Sedan
Kor comfort, economy, and beauty it can’t be beat. B
1934 Chevrolet Standard Coach
books and runs like new The most economical in ,
I 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor I
■ If you want speed and quick getaway, we have it in Sj
this nice Ford Tudor. £
1931 Ford Sedan
B New paint, tiros, carrying the famous O. K. tag. B
1929 Ford Tudor
A real buy lor jhe one looking for a bargain.
I 1934 Chevrolet Pick-Up 8
■ bow mileage . good fires truly the farmers friend.
I 1934 Ford V-8 Pick Up I
Clean from bumper to bumper. fij
If you are interested in buying a used car for Christ- l|j
mas or any time We have what you want When
you want it, and at the right price We invite you 3
to visit our Used Car Department . and remember ....
I Scoggin Chevrolet Co. |
fl Phone 707—703. ||>
Organizations Cooperating
In Christmas Cheer Effort
Mrs. Austin Requests Every Care to Guard Against
Duplication in Some Ins tances and Omissions in
Others; Co-operation of Individuals Asked.
j ah organizations concerned with
welfare and charity distributions arc
cooperating in an effort to prevent
overlapping and duplications in the
dispensing of Christmas baskets this
season, and the aid of the generous
hearted people of the community in
seeing that no one is omitted was ask
ed in a statement to the Daily Dis
patch today by Mrs. E. R. Austin,
superintendent, of the county wel
fare department.
rs. Austin today sent the follow
ing letter to the editor of the Dis
patch :
“Now is the time when the citizens
of Vance County are busy thinking of
others and planning Christmas cheer
for homes where there will he little or
no Christmas this year.
“All the organizations—the Salva-
Vpn Army, American Legion Auxil
iary, Mrs. H. E. Chavasse and the
Superintendent of Welfare —are co
operationg with the hope that there
will not be any over-lapping of cases
New License Plate to Be Of
fered As State’s Sales
New 1936 automobile tags, the first
the City of Henderson lias ever re
quired on cars owned in the city, will
formally go on sale next Saturday at
Ihe office of the city clerk, S. T>. Bur
well. clerk, said today. A few have al
ready been placed, hut the new tags
will not he formally placed until Sar
urday, which is the day the State's
136 tags go on sale.
The new Henderson tags are the
same color as those for the Stare,
with a. black background and green
letting. They will he sold for a flat
price of $1 for all makes and types
of motor vehicles, including trucks.
Unlike the State’s two plates hear
ing the same number, the city will
have only one and that must, he dis
played on the trout of the car.
The numbers start at 1001 and run
to 2200, or 1,200 in all. It is believed
that will cover all cars owned in the
1.200 yard radius that constitutes
Henderson’s city limits.
1837 Henry Morton, scientist, first
president of Stevens Institute of
Technology, Hoboken, N. J.. born in
New York. Died May 9, 1902.
| and that all needy families will he
j benefited by the Christmas giving.
"We tire asking te cooperation of
individuals, groups or clubs interest
ed in taking care of a family or fam
ilies and urging tat they get in touch
with the Welfare office where a list
of the needy families will be on file.
The Salvation Army will announce
their list Friday according to plans
and their families can he taken by get
ting in touch with them or if the
Welfare can be of assistance in get
ting these families assigned it will he
a pleasure to do so.
“Please urge, through this evening's
paper, the cooperation of all parties,
because wc arc so anxious with the
Christmas season just ahead of us to
| have many families with one well fill
i ed basket rather than a few families
with four or five baskets and some
families with none.
“I shall appreciate very much your
writing an article in your evening
! paper along this line.”
Alex Daniel Asks Jury Trial
On Possessing Whisky
For Sale Charge
Officers raided the home of Alex
I am*’, white, to the rear of Hen
derson high school last night and cap
tured 42 pints of bootleg corn liquor.
He was brought into recorder's
court this morning, and demanded a
.mry trial. lie was charged with po
sessing whisky for the purpose of
S,M I”. ;m ‘ l W!,s released under a bond
of SIOO. Trial will be in January.
Officer E. A. Cottrell led the raid
being assisted by Deputy J. M. Mit
chell and Police Sergeant W. N.
Nol Pros Charges
On O. P. Ellington
Jn Virginia Court
Charges against O. P. Ellington,
Henderson man, growing out of the
death of the late Sheriff J. H. Spivey,
of Franklin county, near Franklin.
Vn.. last summer, when their cars col
lided one Sunday evening, have been
nolle prosed, it was stated today by
T p. Gholson, who represented Ei
limrton in -curt action in Virginia
that followed the action.
After a preliminary hearing in a
lower court, Ellington’s bond was fix
ed at $2,500, which he gave. On No
vem’:er 19 the commonwealth’s at
torney nol.c prosed the action, but
disposition of the case has just been
officially recorded in the county
where the fatal collision occurred, and
Mr. Gholson was today notified of
I’nat move, he said.
A barn on the farm of Allison Coop
er near the fertilizer plant, on which
Frank Weaver was living, burned
Tuesday shortly after midnight with
an estimated loss of SI,OOO.
A mule and a cow were burned to
death in the structure, but other ani
mals in the building at the time were
safely removed. Farm implements of
many kinds were also burned.
The Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Pcnick, D.
D., Rishop of North Carolina, will
h<> at the Holy Innocents Episcopal
church tomorrow afternoon at four
o’clock to administer the Holy Rite of
It was hoped that there would he a
large attendance.
Aids Hauptmann
1111 Mm { ~ " i-A
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I ■
Ellis Parker
FUis Parker, famous Burlington
County. N. Jo detective, is of opin
ion I hat Bruno Hauptmann is not
1 the real kidnaper of the Lindbergh
i baby and state, he tao»s tadnaper
i is New Jersey resident. Parker is
making private investigation for
Governor f
Henderson Daily Dispatch
Pneumonia Fatal Wednes
day to Weil Known Wom
an of Epsom Community
Following an illness of six days with
pneumonia, Mrs. Hettic Wrcnn
A-vseue, 65. died at 6:20 o’clock Wed
nesday evening at Maria Parham hos
pital. She was a. native of Franklin
county, and was born January 8, 1871.
She had lived in the Epsom com
munity. near the county line, most of
her life.
Mrs. Ayscue was the wife of James
A. Ayscue. prominent farmer of th
section, who survives, together with
three children. Miss Leona Ayscue
and Morris Ayscue. of Vance county,
and C. O. Wrcnn, of Franklin county,
and one brother, Walter Wrcnn, of
Franklin county. Her parents have
been dead for many years.
Mrs. Ayscue had been a member of
Liberty Christian church at Epsom
since childhood, and funeral services
will he at that church Friday after
[ noon at 3 o'clock, in charge of the
pastor. Rev. S. E. Madron, with inter
ment in the church cemetery.
Pallbearers were not announced tr
day, hut are to be selected from
among friends at the funeral.
Stevenson Gives
Usual Picture to
Salvation Army
The .Stevenson theatre will give n. j
motion picture performance within
the next few days as a benefit for the
local corps of the Salvation Army, i
ind admission will be solely by the
bringing of gifts in the way of
groceries for distribution to the poor
at Christmas.
It has been the custom of this
theatre to give the benefit for tho
Salvation Army work for several
years. The price of admission will he
one pound of groceries of any descrip
tion desired.
S. S. Stevenson general manager of j
the company, will make announce-!
ment in a. few days of the exact date i
for the performance.
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of the mouth of man and vertebrate
2 What is the chief constituent of
3 What is invar?
4 Who was Jacques Marquette? j
5 In which state is the city of 1
6 Which Congresses were in session j
during the Hoover administration?
7 What is the political status of
8 Who was Jacobus Stainer?
9 What is an inventory?
10 Can an invention be sold while
a patent is pending?
Our Solar System lies near the cen- |
ter of that vast system of suns which |
lies within the circutt of the “milky |
way,” and some scientists think that j
this central position is significant—
that our sun and its planets occupy a
position of greater physical stability
than is possessed by other suns and
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,V,r * * utl Mr »- Frill?, lop, and Mr. and Mr*. Haight, below
Their combined ages totaling MOO years, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frittii.
top, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Haight, below, celebrate their golden
wedding anniversaries at Daricrn, N. V. The wives are sisters who
had a double wedding as Mercy Elizabeth and Amelia Sarah Zavitz
of Eobo, Ontario. 'They were married in TBBS in their home town
to Joseph Kritts and Edgar Haight, respectively, residents of neigJi
onng towns. The Fritts have four children and nine grandchildren
still living, and the Haights two children and four grandchildren.
Heart Attack Fatal to Prom
inent Farmer; Funeral,
Burial in Wake.
Walter A. Brummitt, 65, who died
I suddenly with an attack of angina
pectoris at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday
morning at his home on the Raleigh
road, was taken to Wake county this
afternoon for funeral and burial serv
ices. The funeral was in Mount
| Moriah Baptist church, where he had
| long held his membership, and inter
i ment was in the church cemetery.
Rev. O. A. Andrews, Baptist min
ister, was in charge of the services.
Mr. Brummitt, a native of Granville
county, was born June 6, 1870, anu
had long engaged in farming.
His wife has been dead about three
j years, and surviving are two children
Willie Brummitt, of Garner, and Miss
; Pauline Brummitt, of Durham; also
| two brothers, Willie Brummitt, of Ox
; ford, and Sam Brummitt, of near
| Henderson. His father, Thomas
[ Brummitt, has been dead 54 years,
! and his mother, Mrs. Pattie Jones
Brummitt, died about five years ago.
In addition to his affiliation with
the Baptist church, Mr. Brummitt
i was a member of the Junior Order
United American Mechanics.
Pallbearers announced for the fun
eral were J. W. Johnson, Hubert
Avery, Herbert Arnold, James Under
wood, Dwight Avery and William
The Moon Theatre again offers a
musical westerner for Friday and Sat
urday, "Tumbling Tumble Weeds,”
featuring Gene Autry, radio’s singing
The Moon will open Sunday night at
9 o’clock presenting Jack Benny in
M. G. M.’s “Its In The Air.”
Good Used Cars
1935 Ford Two Door Touring 1
1935 Ford DeLuxe Coupe
1934 Chevrolet Sedan
1934 Chevrolet Two Door Sedan v
1934 Plymouth Coupe
1931 Chevrolet Coach
Motor Sales Co.
Pl.one 832.
N „ egr ° , B °y a " d White Mari
Sent to Higher Court f or
Separate Thefts.
Two were bound over t<.-l-
January term of Sunorim"? : " Ml *
theft charges in recorder ' ° n
fore Recorder R. E. cl”;,™« *•
William Durham. 16- Voar _ 0 ,.
gro, was charged with ',ho
an automobile, and probable 0f
was found and Judge ClcmhiG h'Tl
him over under a S3OO bond [f„ U
to jail in default of the bond Weni
Pleas Faulkner, white, w ; .. ( . ha , .
with breaking and entering
ccny and receiving, the e.n< n ,. !'
out of the robbery Monday nk-b '*
Geo. W. Powell’s stole in ,
Bottom” in which a slot machine Vm
a quantity of tobaccos were
and probable cause was found' with
Faulkner being bound over to q,
January term of Superior Court | in
der a SSOO bond. He was remanded e
jail in default of the bond.
It was understood that
were seeking two others in th- Ca „i
They were known to the officers, but
have not been apprehended.
W. J. Cliborne, of Epsom communi
ty, was charged with being drunk
but the state took a nol pros in hh
John Sorenson is Junior Kiw.uniaa
for the month, succeeding Jiim„ v
Cooper, and attended his month's
membership in the civic club ] as {
Sorenson represents the senior class
of Henderson high school, and is
chosen by the pupils to attend the
Kiwanis meetings. Each month, a
new representative is sent.
How To Quickly
Check A Cold
Aft <*r ov. ry undue exposure, and
the moment you feel :i enld riimr
on, take STAN BACK This "Bylaw
od Prescription” nips cold be foe
they get a start. If a. cold already has
you in its ’grip, STAN BACK will
quickly ease the pain and disoomfoil
and hasten permanent relief. STAX
BACK also reduces fever, and ST AX’-
BACK dissolved in a little water
quickly eases simple sore throat. Now
sealed in a cellophane jacket, always
fresh and pure. 10c and 25c. Adv.

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