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Based on Forest Fire Pro
tection !Unit Set Up There
Months Ago
Warren county has been awarded
one of the new forestry conservation
camp sites just designated lin the
State, it was learned here today.
Eleven counties have been designated
for these additional camps, under
State direction, and the specific loca
tions in the counties will be desig
nated in a few days, t 0
iSta'e Forestei .]. S. Holmell. War
ren gets a local ion by reason of the!
iaot hat it has a forest f,re protection
F. H. Claridgd,. assistant forester
in charge of reforestation, who has
J>een given a leave of absence for
six months to supervise the 11 camps,
according to Sta*e Forester Holmes!
is now in the field for a personal in
spection of locations.
Counties to which camps have pre
viously been tentatively allotted in
clude the following: Columbus, Cum
berland, Moore, Stokes, Yadkin, Dur
ham, Burke. Wilson, Bertie, Warren
and Rutherford. All of the camps
with tlie exeeptio nos those proposed
for Stokeis and Yadkin have been
classified as forest fire, protection
units, while the purpose of the camps
in 'he counties named will be erosion
"In selecting the working areas,”
the State foiester said, “it will be
essential that the landowners agree to
i'ne work be ng done on their land,
that no action for damage can be
brought against the Federal govern
ment or the State as a consequence of
the work, and that the landowners
receiving the benefit of the work will
be expected to encourage cooperation
for 'ho prevention of fire in the fu
ture. The chief work to be done in
the forest protection camps in the
consti uct.on of fire lines and trails
leading to the more remote areas so
that fire suppression work can be
caiiied through successfully.
"The camps will consist of approxi
mately 200 men, 160, of whom will be
assigned to work in the woods, the
other 40 being detailed to camp duties
There will be some few men f.lled
in from the local quota who are out-
All Forms of Insurance—
Life, Fire, Casualty, Bonding.
—Rentals —
PKone 139-J
What Kind of
Company Does Your
Clothes Keep?
I Are you sure that your wash-
ing is done in the hygenic,
fastidious, healthful way?
Have you ever had your week’s
washing returned smelling of
body odors?
Why take chances on unclean
method -when we can do your
in the most sanitary
manner and return every gar-
Jment in perfect condition,
Henderson Steam
Pkonc 508
All Expense Tours
Including sightseeing, shows, hotels,
and meals.
Washington , Nev L York
2 days $16.50 2 days $24.00
3 days 22.00 3 days 29,50
4 days 27.50 4 days 33.00
5 days 31.50 5 days 37.00
6 days 35.50 6 days 40.00
Round trip to World’s Fair $32.90
East Coast Stage
Union Bus Station —Phone 18
marriprt mt* lmit and wh6 may be
nmw Unfort unately, we are,
allows present regulariohs, only
?n Tv, ab ° Ut nin * *Uch local men
y. .? . camp. These men have to
,brou §ih the local welfare
14 Road Sentences Grow
Out of Trials; Fines $6
For the Month
A total of 61 defendants were given
hearings before Recorder R. E.
Clements in county court during May.
and fines of $6 were imposed, with
costs and fees amounting to $143.50,
Colonel Henry Perry, clerk of the
court, announced today.
Fourteen were sent to the roads,
four to jail, two bound over to su
per.or court, two were dismissed, nine
gave notice of appeal and 13 were
let off wi'h the payment of costs.
The total number of defendants was
r he largest for any month of 192.3
so far, with the exception of Feb
ruary, when there was 66. There were
47 in April. The fines of $6 were the
smallest for any one month in re
cent years, and compared with $42.75
in May last year and $67.50 in April
this year.
Negro Is Fatally
Injured as Mule
Drags Him Along
James Jones, 30. Negro who was
fatally injured Wednesday afternoon
on the farm of Lyman Wilkerson in
the Dabney section of the bounty
when a mule ran away with him. was
buried this afternoon at -Ruin Creek
colored church.
Jones.v according to information 1 ,
had finished the day’s work, had
taken the mule from the plow in the
field, and had mounted the mule to
start to the barn. He struck a match
to light a cigarette. The match “pop
ped.” frightening the mule and caus
ing him to start running. In the sud
den lurch, Jones was thrown from
the mule’s back, but his feet caught
in the; harness and he was unable to
extricate himself. He was dragged for
some distance and struck some blunt
object, dgging a terrific wound in
his abdomen, which resulted in his
death several hours later- at Jubilee
hospital in this city, where he was
taken in an unconscious condition.
Jones leaves a wife and three chil
dren. „ .
Prominent Figures In Dental Convention
Here are some of .the prominent!
figures wiho will' have roles in the
annual convention of tihe North Caro
lina Dental Society which is to con
vent at the niverslty of North Caro
lina next Tuesday, Wednesday and
Dr. Wilbert Jackson of Clinton is
president of the Society, and Dr.
Ernest A. Branch of Raleigh is pres
ident-elect; Dr. H. E. Nixon of Eli
zabeth City is vice president and Dr.
D. L. Pridgen, ,of Fayetteville is
Dean I. H. Manning and Dr. Wm.
deß. MacNider are representatives /of
the University Medical School ap
Tar and Gravel at Last Be
ing Put on Surface of
That Highway
The work of paving the Henderson-
Louifburg highway over the direct
short route byway of Epscm is at ‘
last under way, i twas learned today.
The foundation of gravel has be n
spread over the 12 miles from Louis'
burg to Epsom., and about half of
the work has been completed from ■
Henderson to Epsom or a little more ‘
than the distance from Hend-rson to j
Gillburg. The remaining stretch is j
to be finished within a week ot ten j
days, if the weather continues fav- j
Traffic will be turned in over the j
rout© for about a month before the !
final surface coatin K is put on the
This is a Federal aid project, and
the type of improvement is of th
tar and gravel composition. The
work is expected to be emp'leted in
all respects soon after the first of
July, barring unfavorable weather to
hinder the contractors. The grading
and culvert work has been finished
for some t’me. and the job of com
pleting the' road is now in progress.
-! ■ , r
Kittrell News I
Mrs. «V. V. Hester has returned to
her home here after visiting relatives
at Epsom and Engleside.
Miss Ora Garrett, of Henderson,
was the guest here on Sunday, of her
mother and sister, Mrs. Margaret
Garrett and Mrs. B. B. Woodlief.
Miss Olive Stokes of Grifton, is
spending sometime here with her
aunt, Mrs. C. S. Smith.
Miss Rosalie Woodlief ia faculty
member of the Stovall high school,
came last week to spend the summer
monhs with her jparents, Mr. ant
Mrs. L. R. Woodlief at their coun
try home, near here.
Miss Bess lie Martin a faculty mem
ber of the Wilton high school, for
merly of Zeb Vance, is spending some
time as the guest of Mrs. G. Fred
Miss Mary Lynn of near Raleigh
was the week-end guest of Mrs. W.
H. Finch and Mi’s. E. R. Woodlief.
Miss Agnes EllfLs who >has been
teaching in the Whitaker high school
came Monday to spend sometime here
with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Ellis.
Te following members of the Zeb
Vance high school faclulty have gone
to their respective homes for the
summer months.
Miss Ruth Hudson to Oxford; Miss
Elizabeth Stewart to Manson; Miss
Willie Gee to Henderson; M-ss Sue
Hunt Boyd to Townsville; Miss Mil
-dired Murrell top (Henderson; jM£ss
Elizabeth Nelson to Henderson; Miss
Nannie Smith to Farmville; Miss Bes
sie Atkinson to Blacks'one. Va; Miss
Annie FulleT Young t 0 Henderson;
Mrs. Ruth White Byrd to Stovall;
and Miss Alice White to Manson.
I J. N. Mills, near Greensboro.
pearing on the program of addresses.
Dr. Malcolirij McDermott of the
Duke niversdty Law School and Dr.
J. V. Turner of Wilson are also sche
duled for address.
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Dr. W. F. Clayton of High Point,
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are members of the Executive Com
mittee of which Dr. Z. L. Edwards
of Washington is chairman.
Gain of $661 Over Same
Month Last Year, Post
master Wright Says
A continued rise in receipts of the
Henderson post office was reported by
Postmaster C. P. WEght today in
giving the figures for May. which
were put at $2,802.29. This was the
highest since May. 1930, when receipts
were $2:989.40.
Total receipts for the first five
months of 1933 are just 52 cents short
of $15,000, or $14,999.48, as Compared
with $12,978.72 for the corresponding
period last year, or a gain this year
of $2,020.76.
The receipts for last month were
$661.10 move than the $2,141.19 for
May, 1932.
Drewry News
Miss Lois Paschall and niece Mar
jorie of Richmond, Va., were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mis 3 Frances Boyd of Townsville is
•he guest of Miss Elizabeth Fleming.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Kimball
and baby daughter returned on Tues
day to Delhi, Canada.
Misses Saddie and Virginia Boyd
and J. W. Beck of Henderson and
C. B. Sadler of San Diego, al., visited
the Whites near Drewry Sunday aft
Mrs. Ed. White of Oine spent the
week-end With her daughter Mrs.
Robert Paschall.
Misses Lauise and Edna Paschall
and Thomas Paschall went to High
Point on Monday t 0 attend the grad
uation of Miss Irema Paschall from
High Point College.
Misses Sara and Panthea Boyd and
Miss Marian Ely of Franklin, Va.,
visited friends at Drewry Tuesday.
Byron Brewer and Miss Christine
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Brewer of Townsville sperit last Week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Brew
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Watkins an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Ma3 r 26th.
Miss Eleanor Capps, who attended
High Point College, returned to her
home here on Sunday.
Aubrey Harrington of near Hen
derson was the guest of Edmund
iWhiite Wednesday night.
Girl Scout Troop
Has Hike-Picnic
Assembling at the corner of Bette
and Garnett streets on Wednesday
morning at 10 o’clock, the Girl Scouts
of troop 2 hiked out to their cabin
for their regular meeting and a picnic
lunch. .
On arriving at the cabin, everyone
helped clean up the cabin.
The meeting was opened by the roll
<;att followed by the announcement of
'if- ans for *in overnight il.yke next
Friday night to be in charge of Eliz
abeth Toepleman, All second and
first class scouts wishing to go are
<o meet at Elizabeth Toepleman’s at
5 o'clock Friday afternoon with nec
essary euipment for sleeping and two
A suggestion for an archly board
was met with much enthusiasm.
Plans in regard to this were discuss
ed .
The lunch was served outside the
hut in picnic style.
Doris Walters, scribe.
City and county officers here were
on the look-out last night and today
for thieves who yesetrday stole the
police car from the police station in
Durham, but they found no trace of
the car thieves, it was learned today.
Durham authorities notified the local
officers late Thursday of the theft
and asked them to keep a close watch
Frank E. Weymouth of Los Ange
les, noted civil engineer born at Med
ford, Maine, 59 years ago

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