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' BE IT ORDERED AND RESOLV-
ED by the Board of Commissioners
for the Countr of Duplin: '':
1. That bondi of Duplin County,
Notrth Carolina; shall be issued.
pursuant to The County Finance
Act,. as amended, In an amount not
exceeding $73,000 for the purpose
of refunding a like amount of the
principal of valid subsisting bond
ed indebtedness of .said County
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ETIIRO HILL
Bill Supply Ce , .
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home emu
commits, OHioy
which was originally Incurred be i
fore January- 1, 1029 for' the eon
struction of roads and bridges -in
said County and is evidenced by
the following: - , .
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
? dated March 1, 1022, maturing
- - March 1. 1955, '
$30,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated October 1, 1922, maturing
, - October 1, 1954,
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
V dated April 1,. 1927, maturing
'' April 1. 1983, .i '
$10,000 Road and Bridge . Bonds,
1 dated October 1. 1927, matur
ing October 1, 1964, " -t
$8,000 Refunding Road and Bridge
. Bonds, dated 'August - 1, 1938,
maturing February 1, 1959, and
: $5,000 Refunding Road and Bridge
. Bonds, dated August ' 1, 1939,
maturing February 1. 1955.
2. That bonds of Duplin County,
North : Carolina, ., shall be issued,
pursuant to The County Finance
Act, as amended. In an amount hot
exceeding $17,000 'for the purpose
of refunding a like amount of the
principal of valid subsisting bond
ed , indebtedness- of said County
which - was originally incurred by
the Board of Commissioners (as an
administrative agent : of the State
in . providing a State system of
public schools) for maintaining the
constitutional six months' school
term and is evidenced by the fol
lowing: $2,000 School Bonds, dated Octo
ber 1, 1925, maturing October
1, 1954,
$5,000 School Bonds, dated April
1, 1928, maturing April 1, 1955,
$5,000 Refunding School Bonds,
dated August 1, 1938, maturing
February 1, 1955, ,
$3,000 Refunding School Bonds,
dated August 1, 1939, maturing
February 1, 1955, and
$2,000 School Building Bonds,
, dated June 1, 1946, maturing
: June 1, 1955.
3. That a tax sufficient to pay
the principal and Interest of the
$90,000 bonds herein . authorized,
when due, shall be annually levied
and collected.; " - v
4. That the holders of the $90,000
bonds herein authorized shall be
subrogated to ' all the' rights and
powers of the holders Of the In
debtedness refunded thereby. - '
5. That statement of the County
debt has been filed with the clerk
and is open to public inspection.
6. That this order shall take ef
fect upon its passage and shall not
be submitted to the voters. .- -- . v
The foregoing order has been in
troduced and a sworn statement has
been filed under The County Fin.
ance Act showing the assessed val
uatlon of the County to be $37,033,
93000, and the net debt (including
the - proposed bonds ( ; for s; school
purposes to be $271,000.00, and for
other than school purposes to be $1,
257,000.00. A tax will be levied for
the payment of the proposed bonds
and interest if the same shall be
issued. Any citizen or taxpayer may
protest against the issuance of said
bonds at a meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners to be held at
10 o'clock, A. M., July 19, 1954, or an
adjournment thereof.'
Christine W. Williams
Clerk; Board of Commis
sioners for the County of
Duplin
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KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
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Obituaries
BILLIE BROWN
Billie Brown, 64, died Wednesday
morning at his home, Wallace, Rt.
4. Funeral services were held
Thursday at 3 p.m. from the Oak
Dale Church with the Rev. K. D.
Brown of Burgaw officiating. Burial
followed in the Henderson cemetery
near the home,. Survivors are his
wife, Mrs. Mary Annie Brown; two
sons, William R. and Marvin of the
home; three sisters, Mrs. Clara E.
Sholar and Mrs. J. E. Henderson,
both of Route 4, Wallace, and Mrs,
Cora Sanderson of Beulaville; two
grandchildren.
MRS. VTVA LANIER
Mrs. Viva Lanier, 55, died at
James Walker'Hospital in Wilming
ton Wednesday afternoon. Funeral
services were held from the resi
dence at Chinquapin Friday at 3
p.m. in charge of the Rev. Mr. Ellis
of Wilson. Burial followed in the
Jeff Lanier cemetery. Survivors are
her husband, Jodie Lanier; four
sons, Tom and Tim Aikens of Nor
folk, Va, Jessie Franklin of Wal
lace, J. W. of the home: lour
daughters, Mrs. Melton Jarmon of
Richlands, Mrs. Lawrence Williams
of Beulaville, Mrs. George Hatcher
of Chinquapin and J ante of the
home; one brother, Phillip Lanier
of Warsaw; a sister, Mrs. M. L.
Brady of SanDiego, Calif.; nine
grandchildren.
Awarded Contract
Wood Brothers Painting and Dec
orating Co. of Wallace has been
awarded the contract for painting
the Naval Hospital at Camp Le-jeune.
, The contract was awarded on a
low bid basiObut the amount of
the bid was not made known.
General
Poor, etc ...-I .v.'
Health
County Farm & Home Agents
and County Accountant
Admr. OAA & ADC .
County- Dept Service
Old Age Assistance
Aid to Dependent Children
A. P. T. D,
Aid to Blind
Hospital Building
Hospital Bldg. - Joint A-c
Nurses' Home
Nurses' Home - Joint A-c
Health Center
Health Center - Joint A-c
Operation Equipment and
' Maintenance of County
' General Hospital
School Current Expense
School Capital Outlay
School Debt Service
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108 000 00
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282 420 22
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This the 5th. day of July, 1954
Respectfully submitted,
F. W. McGowen
County Accountant.
your Post Office. Monthly payments
can be arranged, with no down
payment, if applied for before well
is drilled."
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Classified Ads
CLASSIFIED BATES:
Three cents per word, minimum
chare of 75c. Unless you have
an account with us please send
money, . stamps! money order,
or check with ads.
"FOR A BETTER WELL, call or
write Heater Well Co., Raleigh, N.C.,
giving direction and distance from
FATRCLOTH CONSTRUCTION CO.
Clinton, N. C.
Dragline and Bulldozer Work
All Kinds
Instant Service
Specializing in Pond Construction
Call 9185 Night Clinton, N. C.
10 Cent Pocket Combs, now 1 cent
eaoh at CLINIC DRUG CO. In Mt
Olive,
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GENUINE D-CON Noted rat poison)-new
on sale at Clinic Drug
Company, in Moun O'Jve. tfe
TYPEWRITER-ADDING machine'
repaired. New Royal typewriters
for every need. Call Goldsboro
251, Worley Typewriter Exchange
iuo w n. center street,
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FOR SALE: 78 rpm .records, race,
hillbilly and popular in lots of 25
records $2.50. Send up your orders.
we mall COD, 45 rpm records 60c
each used, we have coin operated
phonograph and slot pool table, for
all location, call us for service,
Reynolds Music Company. Phone
231-7, 516 Beaman Street, Clinton,
N. C.
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IF you want to RTTV n. im.
a farm see, STOUT REALTY CO.
Wallace. N. C Phone S641.
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S5.00 REWARD to th (M
rn.rn.rn mrw n.M.ar
giving name and address of anyone
uavuig a iarm lor sale within 25
miles of Kenansville. Only one re
ward ror each farm. Stout Realty
Co., Wallace, N. C.
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ATTENTION SO & SEW SHOP
in Clinton - Mill end ratters ends
and Novelty Fabrics. Belts and
buttons made same day received.
BurarncK patterns. Zipper 10c.
SEE THE LATEST fashion stitches
- Come in and ask for free booklet
at SINGER SEWING CENTER, 10
S. Queen St. Kinston.
7-8-lt
FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
USE A KERATOLYT1C
BECAUSE
It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer
skin to expose buried fungi and kills
it on contact. Get this STRONG,
keratolytic fungicide, T-4-L, at any
drug store. If not pleased IN ONE
HOUR, your 40c back. Now at
KENANSVILLE DRUG CO.
7-15-3t
FOR SALE registered polled Here
ford Bulls. J. Ellis West, Warsaw,
N. C.
7-22-4t c
ITCH NO MORE .
IN 15 MINUTES
IF NOT PLEASED, YOUR 40c
BACK at any drug store. Use easy-to-apply
ITCH-ME-NOT to allay the
Itch of eczema, athlete's foot, ring
worm, poison ivy, insect bites. Feel
the relief in 15 minutes or your
money back at
KENANSVILLE DRUG CO.
Kenansville, N. C.
HOUSE FOR RENT: Five rooms,
large .bath room, built. in kitchen
convenience. Clean - Desirable lo
cation. See Mn B. W. Piclcptt am
E. Pollock St., Warsaw, N. C
WANTED TO BUY One to thirty
acres of land on highway near
Kenansville on which to build a
nice home. Write Box 307, Wallace,
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PVT. VERNON TYNDALL
3D DIV.. KOREA - Pvt. Vernon
Tyndall, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper TyndalL Route 1. Pink Hill,
is now serving with the 3d Infantry
Division in Korea.
The "Rock of the Marne" division
which saw bitter fighting in the
Iron Triangle and at Outpost Harry,
is now training as part of the U. S.
security force on the peninsula.
Private Tyndall, a rifleman, enter
ed the Army in November 1953 and
was stationed of Fort Riley, Kan.,
before arriving in Korea last month.
SCOUTS GO TO TUSCARORA
Scoutmaster John Hall carried
the following boys to Camp Tuscar-
ora Sunday for a week s stay: Carl
Penny, Bobby Whaley, Luther John
son, Emory Sadler, Willie G. Bostlc,
Colby Johnson, Jimmy Jackson,
Shannon Brown, Randall Brown
and Ben Vfrlliamson.
Cordell Johnson is on the staff
this summer. He is a first class in
structor. Wake Forest College, is governed
Jby a Board of Trustees which is
elected by the Baptist State Con
vention
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To our many friends and customers we are
offering wonderful bargains in' our JULY,
CLEARANCE SALE - One-Third Discount on
any of the following lines Jack Squire - Hand
macher - Tailored Juniors - Henry Rpsenfeld -Ellen
Kay - Junior House - Shenanigan Annetta
Beloms - Serbin - Well Made Ann Foster -Grajcette
- Korell - Also our Maternity Lines -,
Phil Jacobs & Helene Scott.
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310 Plank Road
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1410 W. Vernon KINSTON, N. C Phone 4681
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