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Hank Powell Offered Coaching Job At Charlotte Hi gh Mentor May There With Would Teach Biol ogy in Central High and Tutor Athletic Teams H. H. “Hank” Powell, who has been science teacher and athletic coach at Henderson high school for the past few years, today was definitely of fered a position with Charlotte city schools as biology teacher in Central High School and coach or athletic teams. He has not given his definite acceptance. The Charlotte job carries more sal ary since that city has voted a sup plement to its teachers and the schools there run for nine months in stead of the eight as guaranteed by the State. Powell was in conference during the morning with Superintendent E. M. Rollins concerning the position that has been offered him He expects to notify school officials shortly whether OT not he accepts his new post Charlotte has the outstanding high achcol athletic teams in the State,, and often stage contests with leading high schools in the southo/Tst. The officials evidently recognized Powell’s ability as a mentor in offering him the job as he did not file an applica tion. He was notified of his consid eration and went to Charlotte for a conference, resulting in his being of fered a job there. The coach has been handicapped here by the lack of material, poor AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Washington. Detroit at Boston. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Richmond at Portsmouth. Norfolk at Wilmington. Asheville at Charlotte. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Boston at St. Louis. Charter No, 13636 Keserve District No. S REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN HENDERSON, OF HENDERSON In the State of North Carolina, at the Close of Business on June 29, 1935. ASSETS „ , $ 478,081.69 United States Govt, obligations, direct and or fully guaranteed .. 36,802,76 Other bonds, stocks, and securities 339,513.28 Banking house, ss3.3so.oo—Furniture and fixtures £4,880.00 58,230.00 Real estate owned other than banking house 13,929.55 Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 59,793.00 Cash in vault and balances with other banks 88.497.60 Outside checks and other cash items 2,692.01 Other assets 1,099.82 Total Assets $1,078,639.71 LIABILITIES Demand deposits, except United States Government deposits, public funds, and deposits of other banks $ 327,612.80 Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds, and deposits of other banks 287,282.69 Public, funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivi- V^pns ; or municipalities 142,979.20 United States Government and postal savings deposits 99,983.83 Deposits of other banks, including certified and cashiers’ checks outstanding 4,796.67 Total of items 15 to 19: (a) Secured by pledge of loans and or investments . .$242,963.03 (b) Not secured by pledge of loans and or investments 622,692.16 (c) Total Deposits $865,555.19 Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid 2,563.15 Dividends declared but not yet payable and amounts set aside for dividends not declared 3 685 42 Other liabilities Capital account: Class A preferred stock, 940 shares, par $50.00 retire able at $50.00 per share Common stock, 1000 shares, par SIOO.OO per share . $147,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 . Undivided profits—net 18,103.98 Reserves for contingencies 957.42 Preferred stock retirement fund 7,000.00 Reserve for dividend payable in common stock 3,000.00 Total Capital Account $196 06140 Total Liabilities $1,078,639.71 Memorandum: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities United States Government obligations, direct and or fully guaranteed 35,500 00 Other bonds, stocks and securities 242 500*00 Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts) 278 000 00 Pledged: ’ (b) Against United States Government and postal savings deposits 94,000.00 (c) Against public funds of States, counties, school districts, or subdivisions or municipalities 184 000 00 Total Pledged * $278,000.00 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: COUNTY OF VANCE, ss. I, F. B. Robards, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tha above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. F. B. ROBARDS, Cashier. Correct—Attest: R. G. S. DAVIS, R. G. HARRISON, D. C. LOUGHLIN, Directors. v Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8 day of July, 1935 Elizabeth T. Wortham, Notary Public. Take Job More Money facilities for an athletic program and a shorten school term. His teams have won consistently and have con ducted themselves as good s'portsmen at all times. PIEDMONT TEAGUE Club W. L. Pet. Richmond 11 4 T 33 Portsmouth 9 5 .643 Wilmington 8 4 .667 Norfolk 5 9 .357 Asheville 4 8 .333 Charlotte 3 10 .231 AMERICAN LEAGUE Club: W. L. Pet. New York 49 28 .636 Detroit 49 33 .598 Chicago 42 33 .560 Boston 43 48 .531 Cleveland 39 38 .506 Philadelphia 34 42 .447 Washington 34 46 .425 St. Louis 23 55 .295 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club; W. L. Pet. New York 52 24 .684 St. Louis 49 29 .628 Chicago 46 34 .675 Pittsburgh 42 40 .512 Cincinnati 38 43 .469 Brooklyn 36 42 .462 Philadelphia 33 45 .423 Boston 21 60 .259 AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 4; Washington 8. Cleveland 5-1; Boston 13-3. Only games played -4 NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 1; St. Louis 2. New York 6; Cincinnati 3. Chicago 2; Philadelphia 3. Brooklyn 5-5; Pittsburgh 4-0. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Charlotte 7; Richmond 9. Norfolk 16; Asheville 3. Portsmouth 2-4;, Wilmington 1-5. EBNBEBSON, '(N. CJ DAILY DJ3FSKJH, TUrbS' aY, JULY 18, 1935 TIGERS'’FENCE’BUSTER 6y jack S-rds He sei ei. "is Yew, Mourns ' DtTRQrf S SLU&tSiAJG? - 'per mp * ,'/ IZIE STUM OF PATTiAIfr (jCopyright,li93sAby^CentraLPres* ' [STAisICES IS A«s crtlfiF "PUSHING THE YANKS . By Jack Sords N V*: f , / tuiodpeß \ / vuaat the \ y WWP%seC'---. - ~ J -3 I YAAIkS UMA 0® I L foa a J f%. iiiifefeftM mfemmi;: >\BAseMA/d y £ •% ‘f-. -|l MoRFTMAAIcwce//o The last nuo jßAfis toa>/ m i r' u \- , U/AS FiSOfiBO to 6F AO. . ffy .£? t -. f r UiASMCOUP ,iirS4\. ity 'T VeTfCAM SECOMO BASEMArt. \tfliO J« dcic TUP iPADPU.. op- liis PiA.y/A)6r A UFAOiAI& PAST iaJ Ikß- ■ TpAM *AI CitolS VR.i\lf=ti ial Success of "WF aJ&W /Aa/KFfiaft copyright. 1935, Central Press Ass'n. Autopsies Given - On 717 Chickens At State College College Station, Ralieigh, July 18. — A report just issued by the poultry disease laboratory at State College shows that during the past year au topsies were performed on 717 birds. Through these autoposies, the re search workers study the affects of various diseases on the birds, said R. S. Dearstyne, head of the poultry de partment. At other times, he said, autopsies help ascertain just what diseases may be afflicting a farmer’s flock, and in this way aid in the fight against the diseases. During the year, 1,104 hours were spent on research work, 255 hours on making autopsies, 195 hours in treating and caring for birds held for experimental purposes. Enough typ hoid bacfcerln tor vaccinate 12,675 birds was Issued. The conferences with poultry men regarding their flocks involve a total of 37,379 birds. Some of the poultrymen came to the laboratory for conferences, while in other cases members of the poultry department went to the homes of the poultrymen Wife Preservers lata EB To soften butter taken from the refrigerator so that it is easy to cream for cake or spread for sand wiches, heat a fork and run it through the butter. It creams • butfcer instead of melting lb Ruler Calls Upon Subjects To Have No Fear of Death (Continued from Page One.) Ethiopia’s efforts for a peaceful set. tlement of the dispute, and also si milar efforts by the British, which he said Premier Mussolini of Italy had “brutally rejected.” ITALY SAYS ETHIOPIANS HAVE MUTILATED CHILDREN Rome, July 18.—(AP)—Italy charg ed Ethiopian tribesmen today with mutilating defenseless children in Eritrea. Widespread indignation was arous ed as the full details of the alleged raid on the Italian colony May 31, charged in a propaganda ministry communique, were published for the first time in this morning’s Italian press. Premier Mussolini’s own newspaper, reviewing the Italo-Ethiopian crisis in an article believed to have been written, or at least inspired by II Duce himself asserted: "A duel opened with arms cannot be resolved except by arms.” A government spokesman gave as surance that Italy watched develop ments toward Ethiopian mobilization and a special session of the League of Nations Council, confident of its own preparedness and the justifica tion of its cause. Wife Preservers jig . Chocolate or spice cake can be enriched by the additions of chopped dates, raisins, figs or nuts. Some leftevc; a also do the tack RAIN FALLS AFTER LEANSWHIP FATS Free Scoring Contest Ends 12-10 in Favor Leans; Ca-Vel-Henderson off Rain broke up festivities at League Park yesterday but not until the “Leans” had whipped the “Fats” 12-10 in a free scoring contest. Ca.Vel and Henderson were rained out in the first inning after the visitors had scored two runs in their half of the 6tanza. Hicks and Finch pitched for the “Fats” with Southerland working on the mound for the “Leans.” Hoyle caught for the winners and Ed Powell and Greene divided the catching duties for the losers. Fishing License Revenue Doubles First Half of 1935 . Dfuiy Dispatch B»ream, In tlie Sir Walter Hotel. BY J. C DASKERVILL. Raleigh, July 18—Revenue from the sale of fishing licenses in North Caro lina since January 1 of this year up to this week amounted to $23,777, an increase of more than 50 per cent over receipts during the same period last year, according to figures made public today by the Department of Conserva tion and Development. Up to this same date last year only $15,680 had been collected and the total revenue from fishing licenses for the entire calendar year of 1934 amounted to only $24,049. The increase in revenue from the sale of fishing licenses indicates, of course, an increase in the number of fishing permits being sold this year, conservation officials point out. The increase is attributed to better econo mic conditions and better weather for fishing. Still another factor is incres ed sales in the new type of licenses authorized by the 1935 general assem JrShl .... Mt — wßll Egg |%. .jjp . Jj. \ f. Mm ; iiiPc it What happened ? No other 25/ oil has all these points! A famous 25/ motor oii—Gulflube—has 1. It is Multi-sol processed, been raised to the quality level of premii|rn 2. Its already high mileage has been stepped up ! oils; 20% to 25%. u , , 3. Highly resistant tox>xidation —non-sludging . k . extra long life. What did it? 4. Thins out less under heat »»» easy starting .» . W thoroughly de-waxed. A phenomenal new refining process—the 5. Forms far less carbon; Multi-sol process—now makes Gulflube the 6. High film streng.h-will not corrode new alloy finest 25/ oil that ever went into a motor; bearings. gulf refining company what it means Premium Oil protection is now within reach CANS of every pocketbook. Try the new Gulflube. or bulk, ■tUliaßiklS Only 25/ a quart at all Gulf dealers. Look 1 for it at the Sign of the Orange Disc; 25* ■BasgK*™! bly, which permits residents of the state to obtain fishing permits in oth- The daily fishing permit for non-resi er counties for only 60 cents a day. dents of the state was increased to sl.lO a day. These daily permits have proved popular that it has been neces sary to order a hew supply of them printed. Yeggs Shoot A Police man In Greenville (Continued from Page One.). and blew the combination from a sale there, but could not get into the money boxes. Then they cut their way into another store and were working on the safe when Officer Mobley saw them. The officer started shooting and County Privilege Licenses Are Past Due All business concerns and others subject to a County Privilege License are hereby notified that their licenses must be secur ed on or before Thursday, August 1 Or be penalized for failure to comply with the law. All concerns liable to this tax are urged to pay now and avoid the penalty. J. E. HAMLETT Sheriff of Vance County. the yeggs fired back. Joined by sev eral other officers, Mobley chased the yeggs several miles out the Washing ton road. There the three men stop ped a Negro whose name has not been learned here, took his car, headed hack through Greenville and left the Negro tied to a tree several miles out the Farmville road, and went on in his car. Mobley was shot in the arm and one leg, but was not thought t 0 have been seriously injured. The Negro was reported not to have been hurt at all. Police in Wilson, Goldsboro, Ral eigh and throughout the eastern part of the State were asked to be on the look-out for the three men, but no trace of them had been found in the middleo f the morning.