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INDEPENDENT
Happy
JURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1932
$1.50 PER YEA
W CROSS TO
TEND DRIVE
V Falls Far Short of
Vhing Membership
Quota of 375
incaster, chairman of the
nty chapter of the Red
Jounced Wednesday that
Welches Bound
Over to Coui'
In Murder !TrL
p to an iircpnt rpnnp.st
Sal headauarters of the
Vation the local chapter
Tin ntm 1
Vmgh the month of
V far, Mr. Lancaster
yship drive has fall
tt its quota of 375,
s having enrolled
e urged - that -all 1
s continue their
vring new men-
sent estimates,"
by Mr. Lan-
A Cross
our
Prohibition Leader
To Speak Here Jan. 3
The Franklin Ministerial As
tociation announced this week
that Dr. . George Burnett, of
Greensboro, executive secretary
of the North Carolina Anti-Sa
loon League, had accepted an
invitation to speak on prohi
bitton in the Franklin Methodist
khurch at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
night, January 3.
"The people from all over
Maoon rrcountyre urgd to at
tendthis"meeting,'' the an'
nouncement said. "Dr. Burnett
is a good speaker ' and is pre'
pared to give real facts and in
formation as to prohibition con
ditions in this country."
C. C. (Tump) Welch Released
From Jail Under;
$1,000 Bond
TRIAL SET FOR APRIL
Carpenter Adjourns Hearing
To Visit Spot Where '
BodyWa3 Found
wora TnaT-alln1
u unaluskee Lodge
Nfasonic Junaluskee- Lodge
lir installation meeting last
ening. J. 0. Harrison
ion master and Frank
osmrshal. The fol
Vj' installed for
George Dean,
VP- Stagle
Finding-probable - cause, -
trate George Carp?'l- b' fr-w.
mghtSrdered C. C.Tump) V' K' ,
40, and his nephew, 'Floy' W ' '
22, both of the " Burningtown sec
tion, bound over to the next crim
inal term of Macon countv. su-
perior court on charges of murder
in connection with the death of
Don Anderson, 20. Anderson's
body, with" "neck broken and a
strange K impressed on the fore
head, was found slumped against
a bank at the foot of a gully in
Kelly Cove on .the night of Friday,
December 16."
"Tunm" Welrtu was rplpacprl frnm
jail last Monday on $1,000 bond,
but Floyd Welch, unable to rrv
bond, was still incarcerated T'
aay. . x
The magistrate' hcariuT
at 10 :30 o'clock l, F
ing." lhe courtroor
    

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