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Old Bank StockKolders Are To Meet On June 30 To Transfer Properties Notices Sent to Alt of Them Tuesday, Informing of Meeting To Comply » With The Law OTHER DEPOSITORS ARE URGED TO SIGN About 15 Percent Have Not ' Yet Come in on Agreement But Are Asked To Corn form Soon as Possible; New Bank Charter To Be Applied For Machinery was set in motion today to comply with legal technicalities and to complete routtivr byway of furthering plans for for mation of the new bank that is to replace- tb eioeed First National Bank of HenOerscm. following the, comple tion of tne stock selling campaign at the big mass meeting held last Monday night at the court house Formal notices were sent yesterday to stockholders of the old bank, ap prising them of a meeting'td b£ held at the bank on June 30 to arrange for the transfer of the old institution to the new corporation The law Re quires that 30 days notice shall be given, and June 30 was the first date that could incompliance with Federal statutdf. * Meantime, application is to be made foi a charter for the new 'national bank, but no date has been set fori the meeting of the new stockholder*', h”hat will be fixed later, together with W definite date for the actual open ing of the bank as soon as that ctfn W determined. About 15 percent o fthe depositors have not yet signed the agreement that has been offered them, and which promises them ten percent of their money when the bank opens and the other 90 percent In one, two and three Wars. with eventual payment in full jo all of them. Those who have not Vet signed are urged to do so at the earliest time possible, so that this may be completed The 85 percent or more who have signed have done so voluntarily and without the necessity of committees waiting on them, and it is hoped that the others will do s-o also, to the end that the reor ganization can be carried through without anv interference. Pfll) AlllLL i LEAVE HOSPITAL Wreck Victim* Discharged; Pou to Washington, Powell to Raleigh George Roes Pou. superintendent of State's Prison, and J. K. Powell, sta tistician >qf the prison, who were* id* jured in an automobile wreck two miles north at this city Tuesday aft ernoon. were discharged from Maria Parham hospital here today, where they spent last night under observa tion and treatment. Mr. Pou continued on to Washington, where the two of ficials were headed when their au tomobile skidded off the pavement when Mr. Pou. who was driving, tightened his brakes to stop the car from shimmying. Mr. Powell was re moved in an ambulance to his home in Raleigh. Mr. Pou received a number of minor cuts and lacerations, as did Mr. Powell, but ihe latter also suffered a broken right leg, which will require time for healing The condition of neither of the two State officials was considered serious st the time of the accident, though they suffered severe pains from their hurts until relieved at the hospital. 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Slight I Increase In COhvict Camp Total In County An increase of two prisoners in the State Highway, Commission's convict in this city? was shown at the ehd of May. J. H Gupton, supervisor of the camp in this city was shown at the end of May. J. H. Gupton. supervisor reported today. At the end of of April. Twenty new prisoners were receiv ed in May. and one who had pre viously escapee was recaptured, mak ing an addition of 21, or 69 in ail, but 12 were discharged, one was paroled, one escaped and five were transferred to other camps, a total of 19. Haven’t you 7 I L) ” noticed it ? icisteiJetter - 1 ''&£>wjiif W i \ ml sg| *jM Bp, M ; B |M| HP\g ppUJf i^^mbb Ljwj.it Tobacco • •'] / These tobaccos are blended and cross- CHESTERFIELDS are made right— Thß CiQOreitt that way as to bring out the best in each kind smoke. They 're mild— tastes better "\j -■ “■ Ti I Alw” W RUTh'’ ) m 1 I ,_ ■•ll l SsTas Gray ETTING l he sterlield v=he^( Herderson Daily Dispatch NEGRO IS UNDER STRANGE CONDITION • AbV' V Hallie Scott Found iii Ditch; Autopsy Shows Brain Hemorrhage Hallie Scott, Negro, about 25 years old and married, died Monday even ing under that have not seen fully cleared up, but b(P' iieved to have been caused directly by a brain hemorrhage. Coroner F. B. Hight reported today, following an autopsy performed today by Dr. C. H. White, health officer. Scott was found, the coroner report ed in a ditch on West Orange street about four-.o’clock Monday morning, in an uncotisqious condition. His f% mlly was notified and he was re-' moved to his home on East Winder street, where he died at 8:15 o'clock Monday evening without i regaining consciousness. According to the corner, Scott was last seen aR, chhrcij Sunday night, and apparently was on " his" way to ward home, when he slumped into the Hitch where he was found‘early Mon- Hay. Who was with him at church had not been learned. The autopsy revealed severe brain hemorrhages, and that is believed to have caused his death, though the cause of these was not definitely de termined. Coroner Hight today released the body for burial by the family. Vance Rollins Is Honor Graduate at Medical College Vance B. Rollins, the son of E. M. Rollins, superintendent of the city i and county schools, and Mrs. Rollins has just graduated from the Univer ! sity Pennsylvania Medical Co»- i lege in Philadelphia, where for the Oh Boy! it's Oreat to Be Out! ■ Bp -f i fl£|| ■ i WK ■ f * • ' m Vi wm - . ■MB , .< a - —-—.... ... .-•..•■1 “The pluckiest kid in the world,” fiftcen-year-old Herbert Fuchs, of Brooklyn, N. greets the outside world for the first time in nine months as he is carried from the hospital to go home at last. Herbert, a victim of infantile paralysis, spent almost the full nine months in a respirator and his case attracted national attention when a special radio program was broadcast for him. Doctors hold out hone for the lad ’a complete recovery. last two years he has been pursuing his study in medicine. He wa3 ex cused from final examinations on ac count; of the excellence of his work during the year. He has received an appointment for internship pt the Henry Ford hospital in Detroit, where he will go after Speeding a brief va cation here with his parents, arriv ing in the city probably tomorrow. Vance is a graduate of Henderson high school, and of the University of North Carolina in 1925 .after which he woiked three years as city chemist Henderson, and then returned to the University of North Caroina for two years of study in medicine. The la3t two have been at Penisylvania, where his record has been an excep tional one for high scholarship. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1932 TWO MEN HURT IN CRASH OF TRUCKS Large Transport and Straw berry Truck Collide on Lower Garnett Two white men were cut about the face and neck and one of them on his hand when two freight trucks collided late Tuesday afternoon on South Garnett street where the Ra leigh road connects with Granite and intersects Garnett. The two klnjured men were Jack Harrelson, of Cerro Gordo, and H. R. Crawford, of Chadbourn. They received emergency treatment at Maria Parham hospital, and were discharged. The truck of the ,two-, men was loaded with strawberries for northern markets, and the crash scattered the lucious red berries in every direction at the vicinity of the crash They were coming in from Raleigh, and at the interesetion met a much larger truck coming in from the Oxford road, this machine, owned by the City Motor Express Line. of High Point, and driven by R. T. Pope and Rex Carter, i both of High Point, neither of whom ! was injured in the collision. The strawberry truck, being of lighter construction, was considerably damaged, but the larger one was not so badly torn up. No arrests were made by officers, but an investigation was understood to have been planned. The smash-up was witnessed by a number of persons in the vicinity, where three of the four corners at the intersection arc dotted with filling stations. Strawberries were scattered alt about, and many people took up baskets and made away with them. City garbage trucks scooped up and carted away the debris from the strawberry truck's cargo. „ : Funny, but no one is known to travel 100 miles an hour when he ia going to explain. FIRELOSSSI2,OOS FOR MONTH OF IT Run. Year'. Total to 532 219. or $12,000 Ahe.d of 1931 Period A fire - loss of $12,005 in three r was reported for May by fj,? E. T. Shepherd today. There five oaia to the firemen hut no d.'» in two of them. The harbe? i shoe store-lodge hall blazTon Garnett street accounted for uorr!* of the total loss, while the dwelling damaged last Saturday 2 was placed, at $2,000. The $5 tf L a small roof blaze. m ** May figures compare with in April and exactly $3,000 in last year Fire loss for the fi W f months of 1932 amounts to 333 2m compared with $44,950 i n 1931 . „ cline of more than $12,000. * The fire chief reported » rn .. ni doeen electrical inspections f or T month of May. AROUNDTOWN | No, Police Court.—No session police court was held today, there be ingn no cases on the docket for trial, One Deed Filed. -In a Heed yesterday at the office of the register of deeds, Henderson Loan and Rea) Estate Company sold to lol.n Coope a lot on New street for tlo and other consioc rations. Defendant, Discharged. Clifton Boo.te was charged in recorder , ton * yesterday with kidnaping a girl. t 0 whom he wes married ip Boydton Va. last Sar-irdev. but w« adjudged not guilty and discharged. When depression comes, people look for mechanical remedies.