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Under Ceiling Price;
Used Goods (Covered By
Fifteen kinds of used durable goods
are now under specific price ceilings,
according to an OPA regulation
which went into effect September 1,
says Albert G. Byrum, chairman of
the Chowan War Price and Ration
The regulation provides maximum j
prices, not only for used goods, as is,,
but sets pricing formulae for these j
items when rebuilt, reconditioned or -
Articles covered by the regulation
include: used furniture, bedding,
stoves, floor coverings. portable]
laipps and lamp shades, miscellan
eous hardware items, hand tools and
hardware items such as shovels, i
wheelbarrows, hatchets and carpen
ters' tools, baby carriages, musical]
instruments (except pianos I, com
mercial kitchen equipment, beauty |
and barber shop furniture, store and!
office fixtures cm! coin-operated!
vending machines. i
AT A GLANCE
Blue Stamps—( For canned, frozen
and certain dehydrated foods i Blue
Stumps "l ", *'Y" and “\\ . good
until October 26.
Fuel Oil —Period No, 1 ( 43-411
now in use. Period . No; 3 for 42--43
T eating year, are good'for 10 gallons
- r unit, coupon and may be redeemed
t..rough September 36.
Ga-oline —-“A” book coupons No. 6
; good fin' three gallons each and must
las: uptii November 22 in North
Loose Stamps—Loose stamps (ex
cept accompanying mail orders and
the one-point red stamps used tor
change i are worthless.
Re ■ Stamps i For meat products,
canned fish, mo-t edible oils and
cheeses •- - Red Stamps "X". "V". l
and good ! rough October 2.
Brown stamps "A" ami "R" valid
through October 2.
Shoes- No. I' Stamp in War Ra
tion Book (hie good for one pair un
til October. 21.
Sugar -Stamp . It good for ■>
* pound-. - good through October 21.
* Stamps Nos 1’ and 1b in War Ra
tion Book One now are valid for 5
pounds of sugar each, for use in home
canning. They are good through
October 21. Housewives may apply
at local board for supplementary
sugar rations for . home canning, if.
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I Vi'tf?|' ! % ;^^r ‘ v pakg
IHMKIIJInMMRTRh -sssadßfc H 4- Jase: :
7f was necessary to put him
// under protective custody'
II S?~\\ To the Nazis he is dead. Their rifles
1/ jy' Jj cracked. He fell.
II Nftiltiply this by the millions of civilians shot,
1/ starved or blown to pieces by the Axis—w ith
H malice aforethought—and you have some pie-
H tore of the staggering crime of which these
/ W-\ fiends are guilty.
\ Millions of our boys are fighting—
Y—\ \ sacrificing everything to save us
\- \ dfek \ from this evil. Is it asking too much
V \ \ for us who are safe at home to invest
V \ W'W \ as little as 10% of every pay check
\\ -- i in War Bonds?
ONF OF A SEINES of noteworthy ad*artif- »i«y uuat >ANO< ,
me v from leading National Mogonn.t OUT “ W - MiIIIIIM
to fc* reproduced over our store signature 111 I ■II 9ft’Sl
from ‘ to time . . because we think they AND HELP SPEED
coi a tie.sage of interest to all our friends
and c tamers. To this we add- "Buy a Gs» THE VICTORY 'W fi
But Buy a War Bond First’
C AMPEN *S
Buy Gifts of Jewelry . . . But Buy War Bonis First
j Ceiling Prices j
In order to acquaint readers with
I ceiling prices as ordered by the Office
I of Price Administration, effective on
September 2, The Herald will publish
a portion of the list each week until
all commodities listed by OPA ap
pear. The second installment follows:
Grapefruit Juice—Kistsweet, Poca-J
hontas, Donald Duck, Plee-Zing,
Floriland, Old South, Lakeland and
Adams, 46 oz., tin, 35c; Apte, Dom-:
ino, Bruce's, Dromedary, Red Mill,
Sunfilled, Golden Tap, 0-Mi-o,j
Stokely, Deep South, 46 oz., tin, 36c. j
Lard—Pure- —Armour Star, Hormel, I
] t lb., paper, 21c; Armour Star, Hor-j
• uiel, Indiana, Laurel Leaf, Haths, ]
j Silver Leaf, Snow Cap, Swift’s Prem-1
| ium, White Clover, White Leaf, >
i Victory, 4 lbs., paper. S4c; Puritan,]
Simon Pure, 1 lb., paper, 22c; Puri- i
tan, Simon Pure, 4 lbs., paper, 88c.
Milk Condensed Dime Brand,
Rose, 14 oz., tin, 14c; Kagle Brand, i
11 oz. tin, 22c: Lions-. Nestles, 14 oz., I
Indiana, Laurel Leaf, Raths, Silver i
Leaf, Snow Cap. Swift’s Premium, |
White Clover, White Leaf. Victory. |
Milk Evaporated Armour’s, j
Carnation. Libby, Nestles, Let, Plee-
Zing, Silver Cow; Swift’s Premium.
14L oz., tin, lie.
Shortening - - Hydrogenated—Cris
:Co, 1 li>.. glass-, 27c; Criscd, 3 lb.,'
glass, 76c; Spry, 1 lb., glass, 27c;'
Spry, 3 lb., glass. 76c; Snowdrift, 3
lb., glass. 72c.
Shortening Other.-- Advance,
1 lomic.q. Fiuff'o, Jewel,'Royal Aster,].
Seoco. \egetole. 1 lb., paper, 21c; 1
Advahce, Domino, Fluffo. Jewel,
Royal .Aster, Scoco, Vegetole, 4 lbs., 1
Sugar. Granulated, Cane or Beet]
All Brands, .1 It*., bulk, .7c.; All j
Brands. 5 lb., cloth, 37c.
Jimmy Hassell Enters j
Montana State College
-limlily Hassell, Qualified Aviation
Cadet, son of Mr. ami Mrs. J. L.
Ha-sell, has been t ramsl'ered from'
Miami Beach. Fla., to the 312th Col
lege Training Detachment of th ■
Lnited State- Ann Air Forces at
Montana State College, Bozeman. 1
As a member of the ’ Enlisted Re
-i-rve Corps. R. O. T. ('.. at North
Carolina State College, he was called
nto. active service on April 6, 1943,'
and received his basic training at
t amp Wheeler, Macon, Ga. ljate in
Inly he was accepted into the Arinyj
Air Forces and was sent to Mi n
Beach to await assignment to a
college group. Lpon arrival at Mon-j
tana State College, he was promoted!
the rank of Cadet Flight Sergeant.
BUY WAR RONDS!
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. C„ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1943
Navy Recruiter In
Edenton Sept. 27 j,
J. VV. Brown, petty officer in j
charge of the Elizabeth City Navy ,
Recruiting Station, will be at the],
Edenton post office on Monday, iSep- (
tember 27, at which time he will he
delighted to meet any youths desir- ]
ing information about the Navy. |
The Navy is calling for more men to j
man the ever increasing number of <
ships, and offers splendid opportuni- (
ties to those enlisting.
Brown said that lie is still taking |
enlistments for the WAVES, the (
Women’s Branch of the Navy, and
that it is no longer necesary for them
to get a (ihysical examination from
their' doctor before reporting to Ra- .
leigh for their final physical exam
' ; ' : “ —— .. * I
Town Council H
Proceedings j ,
Edeiiton, N~, C ,'Scpt. 14, 1943, j '<•
The Town Council met this day ini
the Town office at 8 o’clock P. M. in i '
regular monthly session. Present,' I
L. H. Haskett. Mayor, J. C, Ix'ary, (
W M. Wilkins. W. J. Yates, J. P. ] 'l
I’artin and J. E, Bulllap. It
The minutes of the previous meet- t
ing were read and approved. ! 1
On- motion /duly carried, it, is or- t
dered that a 4-foot concrete sidewalk I 1
be laid on the North; side of West] <!
Eden Street between the Citizens 1 1
Bank Building and the western cor-, 1
ner of L, A. Ashley’s property line- f
and the Town is to set out crepei J
myrtle trees after completion of thet '
sidewalk. j -
Oi( motion duly carried, it is or-] '
dered that a -1-foot concrete sidewalk] -1
be laid oil Freemason Street between j >
Bniad and Oakum streets when a!
legal petition is properly signeit. j t
. The resignation of .1. hi. Longer],
as assistant Eire Chief is accepted!
with regret. Oil motion iluly carried;
W. J. Yates is appointed assistant j
Fife .Chief at tile same salary. | t
On motion duly caffieii, it is or-j 1
dered that the following are ap-. ( -
pointed as custodians of the Armory: *
L. 11. Haskett. W. W. Byrum and <
Upon motion, tiuly carried- it is or ; ;
dered -that S. W. Moore be refunded j i
s2.no for poll taxes collected in error
for 1942 and 1943.
L poii motion of J. C. Leary, sec--I
■ •nrled by J. K. Butlla|i. and unar.i- <
inously adopted, it was resolved and j •’
ordained that the Mayor and Clerk 1
Ire and they are hereby authorized to i
execute on behalf of tile Town joint- '
> with A. M. Forehand to the Alhe- I
marie Peanut Company, a corporation , t
of N o th Carolina, a lease and agree- 1
nieut n words and figures as follows: :
Whereas. A. M. Forehand has. for 1
value received but subject to the ap-1:
proval of the proper authorities of ~
the Town of Edenton, N. ('., assigned . 1
to . the Albemarle Peanut . Company ! '
|: ail his right. title and interest in the.],
lease executed by tin- said Town to'
’him elated July 14, 1936, and recorded :
jin Book I, page 419, in the Public 1
' Registry of Chowan County. X. C., f
and in the structures and other prop- 1 :
i erty erected or placed by him on the |
, land described in said lease as evi
denced by his execution of this in -' i
strument. and :v
Whereas, the Albemarle Peanut' I
Company has reipiested that the lease |
| above referred to be cancelled and a j;
| new lease be executed to them as] "
; hereinafter set forth.
Now. therefore, in pursuance of a
resolution of the Board of Count'd- ;
men of said Town at its regular
meeting on September 14, 1943, at j |
which a quorum was present, the j
lease above, referred to is hereby j
cancelled and the said Town of Kden- j
ton, a municipal corporation of North
Carolina, does hereby lease to the (
Albemarle Peanut Company, a cor
poration of North Carolina, for a
period of ten years from September
15,.'1943, the following real estate in
said town in Chowan County, N. C., i -
to wit: \
Beginning at the. intersection of t
the West side of Oakum Street and i
the Southwest -ide of the Norfolk I
Southern Railway Company right-of- j j
* way, formerly running from Eden
} ton, N. C„ to Suffolk, Va., across
I what is generally known as the Fair
Grounds, thence northwestwardly
along the Southwest side of said rail
[ way right-of-way 210 feet, thence
| Southwestwardly at right angles ’
from said railway right-of-way 210
! feet, thence Southeastwardly parallel
with said right-of-way 464 feet to
Oakum Street, thence Northwardly
along the Western side of Oakum 1
Street 326 feet to the beginning, and
being the same land described in the
aforesaid lease to A. M. Forehand to
which reference is made.
The said Albemarle Peanut Com
pany agrees to pay as rent for said
premises the sum of Ten Dollars
(SIO,OOI per year in advance and
further agrees not to sublet any part
of said premises or assign this lease
without the written consent of said
Town and agrees that said premises
shall be used only for the purpose
of storing, processing or otherwise
handling peanuts and peanut products.
It is understood and agreed that a
violation of any of the covenants or
agreements hereinbefore set forth
shall work a forfeiture of said lease.
It is further understood and agreed
that upon or before the termination
of this lease either by expiration of
I term or by forfeiture, the said Albe
j marie Peanut Company may within a
reasonable time remove any struc-!
tures or other property erected or
placed by it or by the said Forehand
on said land at or before the term
ination or forfeiture of this lease but
shall leave the premises in as good
condition as when possession was
taken by the said Forehand.
In witness of which the Town of
Edenton has caused this instrument
to be executed in its name by its
Mayor and has caused its Corporate
Seal to be hereunto affixed and at
tested by its Clerk, and the said A.
M. Forehand has hereunto set his
hand and seal this 15th day of Sep
TOWN OF EDENTON.
By L. H. Haskett, Mayor.
Attest: R. E. Leary,
Clerk. •( Seal)
On motion of W. M. Wilkins, sec
onded by J. E, Bulllap, E, and V\.
Department 'hills amounting to
$3,462.80 are ordered paid.
On motion of W. M. Wilkins, sec
onded by J. C. Leary, it is ordered
that Town bills amounting to $1,401.92
are ordered paid as follows:
A. T. Allen ■& Co., $62.50; Whirl
wind Lawn Mower Corp., $12.18;
Klimate-Pruf Paint Co., $102.41; N.
C. Equipment Co., $29.10; Stallings
Transfer Co.-, $5.51; Sinclair Refining j
Co , $14.12; Eastern Office Equipment.]
Co., $9.25; A. S. Smith, $3.00; Eden-]
ton Laundry, $4.00; W. I>. Holmes ]
Co.. $8.75;’ Iredell Florist, $10.00; '
Bunch’s Garage, $30.01: C. B. Mooney
& Son, $642.20; S. W. Moore. $2.00; 1
Byrum Hardware C0.,.53,37: Chowan
Herald, $33.20; Wood & Warren.
$224.23; M. G. Brown Co., $5.16; W.
j, Yates, $58:55;; Edenton Ice Co.,
$:«•)(>; John Garrett. $1.45: Chowan
Motor Co., 35c; M . C. Cook, $50.011;
\v. C. Moore. $10.00; Postmaster.
$29.80; R. K. Halt (salary firemen i.
$21.00; N. C. Tel. & Tel. Co.. $24.78.'
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned.
R. E. LEARY. Clerk.
, Edenton. Sept. 1. 194.
The Board of Public Works met
this day in the Town Office at '
o’clock I’. M. in regular month'.;
session. Present. W. W. Byrum.
chairman, <>. B. Perry a: i J. H
The following hills were exa 1 •
and approved for payment •.re .
month of August. 1943:
Mathiesen Alkali Wmks. >!'■.>'■ .
Mueller Co.. $47.52': Tidewater Sup
ply Co.. $3.76: Electrical Equipme: t
Co.. sl3. .V,; Neptune Meter Co..
$241.47; Ford Motor Box < ■- . #25.09:
Graybar Electric <’■■.. $65.76: Texas
Co.. SI 1.29: Edenton be Co., sio.oo;
Edenton Motor ("6., $9.25; W. 1).
Holmes (irocery. $2.75: Byrum Hard
ware Co.. $8.93; R. C. Holland. $23.10;
R. N. Hines. $5n.00; John Habit,
$3.60; M. G. P.rowp Co., $16.74: Nor-,
folk Southern Railroad. $1.85; Stand- (
aid Oil Co.. $18.44: Railway -Express
Agency. $2,25; ...Virginia Electric ik
Power Co., $1,465.27: N. C. Tel. .v
Tel. Co.. $23.41; total. $2,663.57.
Salaries paid for month-of: August,
1943, $1,399.23; total • expenditures.
$3,462,811; amount received from .col
lector for current and merchandise
for month of August, $5,054.20;
amount of receipts in excess of dis-
R. E. LEARY, Clerk,
Classified and Legals
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE.
Modern. * Six rooms and bath.
Garage.. Mary W'. Armstrong.
Creswell, N. C. ltp
FOR SALE ONE CHAMPION
Shoe Machine and all tools. Am
brose Barber Shop, Belhaven,
N. C. ltp
GET READY FOR FALL CLEAN-]
ing by ordering Fuller aids now. I
Phone 84-W, or Write R. H. Bach- |
man, agent, Edenton, N. C.
WANTED—TO BUY OLD NEWS- !
papers. Must be in good condi
tion. Broad Street Fish Market, j
Phone 26. 5ept16,23,30c I
FREE! IF EXCESS ACID CAUSES
you pains of Stomach Ulcers, In
digestion, Heartburn. Belching,
Bloating, Nausea. Gas Pains, get
free sample of UDGA at Mitch
ener’s Pharmacy. exp dec 23 p
YOUNG LADY WANTED TO
keep books in retail store. Apply
Bookkeeper, care Chowan Herald.
TWO EXCELLENT FARMS FOR
sale or rent, on hard-surface road
between Holland and Whaleyville.
Church lVs miles. On school bus
line for Holland, Va. See me at
once. S. E. Everett, 237 Pinner
St., or 154 Washington Square
(over Brewer’s Jewelry Store),
Suffolk, Va. aug26tf
WANTED—ALL PEOPLE SUFFER
ing from kidney trouble or back
ache to try Kiddo at 97c. Money
back guarantee at Mitchemer’s
PERMANENT WAVE, 59c! DO
your own Permanent with Charm-
Kurl Kit. Complete equipment, in
cluding 40 curlers and shampoo.
Easy to do, absolutely harmless.
Praised by thousands including June
Lang, glamorous movie star. Money
refolded if not satisfied. Mitch-,
ener’s Pharmacy, Edenton, N. C. I
I FOR RENT—NINE ACRES OK TO
- allotment, 90 acres of cotton,
peamli and corn land. Will rent
part or all of cotton and peanuts
on shares. Two miles from Eden
ton. Apply to W. T. Satterfield,
Edenton, N. C.
NOTICE OF RESOLUTION TO
PAVE SIDEWALK ON THE]
NORTH SIDE OF WEST EDEN j
The following resolution was
tinan i mbusl y adopted ;
RESOLVED, that the sidewalk on
the North side of West Eden Street
between the western end of the above
sidewalk on the North side of said
street and the Western corner of L.
A. Ashley’s property be paved with
a concrete sidewalk four (41 feet in
width and that one-half the cost
thereof shall be assessed upon the
abutting property and that said as
sessment Shall be paid upon the
completion of the construction.
The above is a true and complete
i-opy of a resolution passed by the
Board of Conncilmen of the Town of
Edenton at a regular meeting Sep
j tember 14. 1943.
R. E. LEAKY,
Itc Town Clerk.
1 SALE VALUABLE FARM LAND
} Known as the Luther J. Knight
home place, located one mile front
Cora peak*?, N. C. Rural free mail
1 delivery. In ' Surlniry Consolidated ]
ion acres of U.-an-d land in high
state, of cultivation.
Approximately 100 acre- in wood
and timber iami. timber has not been
.cut in more than 30 years.
Six-room dwelling and, outbuild-,.
| ings. one tenant house, four rooms,
j ail in good . repair.,
1 This property will be sold for cash
to the highest bidder, sale to be held
on October 16th. Saturday, at 12
o’clock noon. Sal* to be conduct*
to fro::: of the dwelling house locat
ed- on the property.
T’r. s an excellent opportunity t->
a.,:., re ■ ne of the finest farms in this
sec; eh Remember the date. Satur
day. October 16th. a; 12 o’clock noon.
Place —On the prentl-es in front of
T -•- Mil at p , auvihm.
Te: - s—Cash.
P - • e. g Yen January 1.
. .4 *i .
MRS. L. J. KNIiiHT.
I r ’ - and the heir- of the late
1. J. K- ight. Corapeake. N. C.
sept2s,39 oct 7.1-lnd
LEGAL NOTIC E
In accordance with authority vest
ed ill tile Ni ith Carolina l!oa*i of
Conservation and Development, by
Chapter Thirty-Five, Public Laws of
1935,. the said Board has established
1 the following open seasons in desig
Fishermen to fish 12 pound nets on halves, j
| (lood boat and twine. Very good site.
I Perry - Belch Fish Co. j
j Colerain, N. C. j
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and Save America!
;; If Columbus hadn’t discovered Amer- |
:: ica, someone else would have eventu- |
;; ally. But that’s not true of America’s f
I freedom—it’s NOW or never! Don’t :
I figure that if you don’t buy war bonds ;
someone else will do your share. It’s I
1 > yours and everyone else’s job to buy
!;' war bonds. So g-et in there with all
you have and show you’re a 100%
1 ; American. 1
THE BANK of EPENTON
I ► <
i: “Safety For Savings Since 1894’’
i > <
• * Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
if. »>0,O»,O,Q»0„, d—J
nated inland fishing waters for shad
and herring and it shall he unlawful
to take these species of fish at any
In the counties and streams listed
below shad and herring may be taken
with skim or gill nets of not less size
bar than one and one-half inches on
Thursday. Friday and Saturday of
] each week from March 1 to May 10,
| both dates inclusive.
These counties and streams are as
| follows: Beaufort, Bertie, Brunswick,
Camden, Carteret, Craven, Currituck,
Dare, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, Chowan,
Jones, Lenoir, Martin, New Hanover,
Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Per
quimans, Tyrrell, and Washington
Tar River in Pitt, Edgecombe and
Nash counties; Contentnea Creek in
Wilson County below Highway U. S.
301 bridge; Cape Fear River in Pen
der, Columbus, Bladen, Cumberland
•and Harnett counties; North East
Cape Fear River in Pender and New
Hanover counties; Waccamaw River
in Brunswick and Columbus counties
up to New Brittain bridge on Higlt
wav 130. ,
PAUL KELLY. Secretary,
N. C. Board of Conservation and
Need I Taxi?
I Kidneys Must 1
| Work Well-I
For You To VI «*ll
24 hour* every day, 7 day* overy
wod’k. nrwr stopping, the kidneys filter
wa>te matter from the blood.
If more people were aware of how ih<»
k.daevs must constancy remove sur
plus tiu.d. excess an.is ■;•»«! ot her waste
n i er Tat cann-'f ;r» the tilood
w ihosjt injury to h-a-'h, th**r«' would
be better understand ?:< of *•>, the
whole system < upset when k <in-> s fail
to function properly.
scanty or too f refJu.'•l , urma
t’'*n snnic"mi'S warn* that *omeihin<
s w-.'iiC. -*u may su.T- r namtnoj b.iek
a*'be. hea.laches, d .’.z.iness. rheumatic
pa ns, geitifn; up at nijfh’s, sw.-lltn^,
\\ liv not try lhum’a l* ll. s’ will
be a meificine rmimmendmi the
count ry 05 er. />•*.; n’* stimulatA* the funr
tion of th»* kidneys and help them to
flush out poisonous waste from th«
bk»o«i They confa : n ha r nful.
('.*•• today. I s- with eou-tidence.
A* ail.drug stores.