PAGE TWO Prizes To Be Given For ffigh Corn IWtfs Highest Official Yield In Recent Years 148 Bushels Per Acre Highest corn yields will win North Carolina farmers savings bonds with a maturity value of S4OO in the State’s 1950 corn contest The highest official yield in recent years was 148 bushels per acre, according' to Or. E. R. Collins, extension agronomist at State College. Collins says that yields of 125 to 140 bushels usually win the district State competition. He explains that only harvested and weighed yields will be accepted for entry in the con test, and that shocked or harvested com cannot be entered. Farmers desiring to enter the con test should be careful that their acre representing agricultural agencies of com is harvested by a committee and businessmen, with a chairman from outside the county. The acre must be measured by a county sur veyor, a licensed surveyor, or a person recommended by the county PMA chairman. Yields above 148 bushels can be dis qualified by the State committee un less a member of the committee is present at the harvest. Certification of any yield may be disqualified for non-compliance in regard to any regu lation. Farmers making an estimated yield may determine the moisture content of their com by sending one pint of shelled corn in a sealed container to Clyde Corriher, Ricks Hall, State Col lege, Raleigh. The North Carolina Foundation Seed Producers, Inc., is making avail able SIOO in bonds to the highest pro ducer on one acre of land in the State. In addition, a SIOO bond will be awarded to the highest producer in each of three areas. tTown Council Proceedings Edenton, N. C., Oct. 10,1950. The Town Council met this day in the Town Office at eight o’clock, P. M., in regular monthly session. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Present: Mayor Leroy H. Haskett, J. C. Leary, A. B. Harless, G. M. By rum, Clyde Hollawell and J. E. Buff lap. On motion of G. M. Byrum, second ed by J. C. Leary and duly carried, it is ordered that a resolution be drawn requesting that rent control be discontinued. On motion made and duly carried be it resolved that it shall be con sidered conduct not becoming to an employee of the Town of Edenton for any employee of said town to remain delinquent in the payment of his or her financial obligations for a period of more than “60” days after such obligations may become due and pay able, and upon satisfactory proof of such delinquency, such employee may be suuspended from duty by his or her suuperior until the next meeting of the Town Council. On motion of Clyde Hollowell sec onded by J. C. Leary and duly carried the following ordinance is adopted: Be it ordained that it shall be un lawful for any person, firm or cor poration to place or cause to be placed upon the sidewalks of the Town of Edenton, any carts, baskets, boxes, tables, stands or like things for the purpose of selling or displaying fruit, vegetables, lemonade, ice cream, soda water, pop, food, or other like things except by permission of the Town Council; Provided, however, that all persons, I DEFINITELY 1 DOUBLE I MEASURE! I ' ■ M Ml i i U s. MARINES ADVANCE THROUGH INCHON—These Leather necks of the Ist Battalion, sth Regiment, Ist Marine Division, dian’t stop when they entered Inchon following the amphibious landing op the Korean coast September 15. Here they go right up the main street on their way to the high road to Seoul where they were soon engaged with the enemy. (U. S. Army radiophoto by Robert Dangel of Cincinnati, Ohio.) m m m m* firms, and corporations shall be per mitted to use two and one-half feet of the sidewalk in front of their re spective places of business, next to and adjoining the building used gs a place of business for the porpose of exhibiting goods, wares and mer chandise, but for no other purposes; Provided further, that any person, firm, or corporation using the side walk in front of such place of busi ness for loading and unloading mcrl chandise where such a place of busi ness for loading and unloading mer such purposes, shall remove same I from such sidewalk within one hour and shall not use any part of such sidewalk for crating and uncrating goods, wares, and merchandise; Provided further, that all boxes, stands, and baskets shall be removed from such sidewalks every night; 1 Provided further, that all persons, ’ firms, and corporations may place seats or benches in front of their re ’ spective places of business for the convenience of the public by first ob ’ taining permission of the Town Coun ’ cil. Any violation of this ordinance is hereby declared a misdemeanor and ’.shall be punishable by a fine not to [ exceed $50.00 or imprisonment not to ; exceed 80 days for each offense, in ! the discretion of the Court. • All ordinances or clauses of ordi nances in conflict with this ordinance ' are hereby repealed. J This ordinance shall be in full force ■ and effect from and after its passage ' and adoption. ; On motion of G. M. Byrum, second -1 ed by A. B. Harless and duly carried 1 the Edward G. Bond Post No. 40 of the American Legion is given permis , sion to have an Agriculture Fair the week of October 16, 1950. r On motion of A. B. Harless, sec ’ onded by J. C. Leary and duly carried, Town of Edenton bills amounting to j $6,649.60 are ordered paid as fol lows: Esso Standard Oil Co., $26.20; ” Woolard Metal Finishing Co., $13.00; l Lasting Products Co., $68.50; Hamp » i i DEPENDABILITY REGULARLY, each year ... at the fir*! breath of Spring, the bird* can be depended on to wing their way northward. There is nothing purposeless about THEIR ISgktl A complete professional un derstanding characterizes •very service penormea oy this oraanization. You can , depend on the errengements for the entire ceremony made by our dependable staffs ~ J’.:. \7.[ \ H .KU • ■ phone ZJKDfrtTOMX. T -IF. IJ( «F <- C- ' fIIPTMAR’, F B M , T Uii Bur-'fll AMOC lAT'ON ' ,1 '• •* . ? fj< ■ . . THE CHOWAN HERALD EDENTON, N. C-, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1960 ton Roads Tractor & Equipment Co., ; $29.46; Minnesota Mining A Mfg. Co., $112.50; The Hunt Co., $7.37; South » em Block ft Pipe Corp., $3,298.40; The IT'S WIS! 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America’s Best Buy! B. B. H. MOTOR COMPANY Ml F*/£3W>£F CtfSFSOUZT DRAL&r N. Broad and Oakum Streets Edenton,N. C. rnmm—mmmmmmmmmimti** iii fi i II liljt| '' ' i i I ' ■«*■ i i I —— Texas Co., $388.67; W. H. Bunch’s 1 Garage, $79.87; A. S. Smith Machine j Co., sß.7p; Byrum Hardware Co., $5.- , 62; Chowan Motor Co., $16.85; Eden- . ton Laundry, $6.00; R. E. Aiken, Jr., $75.00; W. D. Holmes Co., $11.50; ( Hobbs Implement Co., $74J24; W. J. , Yatea Service Station, $22A5; A. L. , Perry, $12.96; Chae. H. Jenkins Mo tor Co., $407.06; Wood A Gardner, $265.00; The Chowan Herald $20.76; Dail ft Ashley Machine Stop, $17.79; Hugfcea-Holton Hardware Co., $75.46; Hospital Saving Association, $54.10; N. G Dept, of Motor Vehicles, $1.60; ■■ —■■■ T NU QURL BEAUTY SHOP **. '”vV - A For Style and Beauty Broad Street Edenton iPOONE 606 (NOTICE! To Chowan County TAXPAYERS i The Tax Books for the year 1950 are now in my * hands for the collection of taxes.. We urge you topayyourtaxesnowandttHisavoidthepeiialty which will begin on February 1. A PENALTY OF 1% WILL BE ADDED ON 1950 <* TAXES NOT PAID BEFORE FEBRUARY 2. AN- ' ’ 11 OTHER 1% WILL BE ADDED MARCH 2 AND AN , , ;, ADDITIONAL y 2 OF 1% WELL BE ADDED FOR 1 ’ EACH ADDITIONAL MONTH TAXES ARE UNPAID. i \ I .J. A. BUNCH SHERIFF OF CHOWAN COUNTY U CHEVROLET It operates more economically Chevrolet’s famous Valve-in-Head En gine, exclusive to Chevrolet in its price range, brings you an outstanding combi nation of thrills and thrift, plus proved dependability, year after year. It lasts longer, too Many Cbevrolets are performing depend ably after ten, fifteen or twenty years of service. That’s One reason why there are / over a million more Chevrolets on the road than any other make. R. K. Hall, Chief (salary firemen), $46.00; The Karpark Coro., $21.79; Twiddy’s Sigh Service, $20.50; Cho wan County Hospital, Etc., 00; N. C. Tel. & TeL 00-T$10.88; M. G. Brown Co., $249.99. On motion of A. B. 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