IN RE: WILLIAM FRED YYNDALL,
Under and pursuant to an order issued by Hon.
Cheshire, Jr.; U. S. Referee in Bankruptcy, the
Trustee will on _ ^ - (
Beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M.
offer for sale to the loftiest bidder or bidders for cash, on
the vacant lot just
West of ? J. Edwards' Store, Fountain, N. C.,
all of the following described real and personal property:
? REAL PROPERTY ?
-? Three Houses and Lots
the lots being -50 feet by 100 feet, situated on Smith Street,
in excellent residential district of the Town of Fountain/
N. C., all of which houses were completed in the year of
1947; Appraised value $6,500.00 ?
? PERSONAL PROPERTY ?
One Wilson Saw and attachments;
One 15 inch Band Saw and Attachments;
one rip saw and attachments; one sander and attachments;
100 cement blocks; 50 cement brick; 80 gallons paint (va
rious kinds); 12 screen doors; about 2,000 feet of new lum
ber; about 10,000 feet of second hand lumber; various other
items of building materials, including: metal weather strip*
ping, metal laths, window frames, window panes, paint
brushes, sand paper, locks, screen, wire, plywood, shelf
brackets, door braces, sash <Jord, hinges,- putty, masonite,
lime, cement, plastering and other small items.
Also office furniture and fixtures, including a desk,
table, counter, partition wall, etc. J"y
Appraised value of all personal property $2,825.75.
Accounts receivable will be offered for sale at the same
time and place. A deposit of 20 per cent of the bid will be
required'of all high .bidders to show good faith pending con
firmation of the sale by the court.
This the 14th day of November, 1947.
JOHN B. LEWIS. Trustee
? STATEMENT '.. 1
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Pittsburgh 3, Pa.
Condition December SI, IMS. U shown bjr statement filed.
Amount of .Capital paid in cash ? ?
Amount Ledger Assets, Dec. 31st previous yeax * 2*28,650.73
Income?from Policyholders, $350,608.71; Miscellaneous
$183,813.08; Total . ??- 634,321.79
Disbursements?To Policyholders, $127,414.46; Miscellaneous
$247,636.67; Total 375,061.03
Fire Premiums?Written or renewed during yeas, $1,539,339.02 . .
-In Force 2*40,386.14
All Other Premiums?Written or renewed during year, $843,368.'44
In Force ? : 1,077,072.80
ASffltrs N .? ?d'v ? . -JtA
Value of Real Estate 1? ? $ 18*76.86
Mortgage Loans on Real Estate ? ? 166*89.40
Value of Bonds and Stocks : -t 2*84*46.02
Cash in Company's Office ?? 800.00
Deposited in Trusfc^Companies and Banks not on interest. 311*66.62
Agents'dbalances, presenting business written subseqotot
to October 1, 1946 *3 42*16.63
Agents' balanced, representing business written prior to>
Deduct Ceded" Reinsurance Balances Payable 613.66
Interest and Rente, due and accrued ! 16*92.81
All other Assets, as detailed in statement 1.?s r -91,639.05
Total admitted Assets 1?$2,744,868.48
Net amount of unpaid losses and claims _????-__f 74,468.00
? Unearned DTemiuniB . ? - ; 400,217.97
Salaries, rents, expenses, bilfi, accounts, fees, due or accrued? 2,603-70
Estimated amount payable for Federal, State, coqnty and
municipal taxes due or accrued 64,160-64
Contingent comrnissions, or other eharges doe
AU other liabilities, as detailed in statement .. ?2,718.74
Total amount of all liabilities except Capital 1 686*68*6
Capital actually paid up in cash $1*00,000.00
Surplus over all liabilities ??, $1*08,309,68 . .
Surplus as regards Policyholders ??, ? g,208,800.58
Total Liabilities 82.744*68 48
BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING 1046
^ Prwdums reoeiveA $1*46; losses incurred?Fire,$8,410. Paid, $8*74
President?A. Q. Kauffmapn; Secretary, Kenneth F, May; treasurer, W,
4... A. Straus*?Home Office. 1812 East Carecrn St, Pittsburgh 8,
f WBXI? S alljdp iASHnunh ETHET HETH ETH E TT
Attorney for service; *
o* . t xr P-..H0IyE8> Commissioner of Insurance, Raleigh, N. C
State of North Carolina?Insurance Department, Raleigh, N. C., July 28, If ~~
I, WM. P. HODGES, Commissioner of Insurance, So'hereby certS t,
the above is a tree and correct abstract of the statement of the RjcniafT
Eire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh 8, Pa., filed with this ftepartm
showing the condition or said Company, on the 81st day of December, 11
Witness, my hand and official seaT^e day and year above written.
WM. P. HODGES, Commissioner of Insurance,
;;-"ivA Kantes City. Mo.
_> Condition Dwembcr 31, 1943, as shewn by statement Wed
Amount Ledger Aseets, Dec. 31st previous year. 36,226,058.88
Income?Prom Policyholders, Miscellaneous,
Disbursements?To Pol icyho lders,~,|l ,931,92o7<W; Miscellaneous
7,17; Total SSH
. 81,617,17; Total 4,218*46.77
All Other Premiums?Written oV renewed during ,
yew, 34,254,026.41; In Fmog- 4,189,806.38
Value ol Bonds and Stocks 1 L 32,798,972.87
Deposited in Trust Companies and Bands not on interest 2,284,590.24
Deposited in Trust Companies and Banks on interest 1,078,125.00
Agents' balances, representing business written subsequent to
October 1, 1946 676,388.57
Agents' balances, representing business written prior to -
Interest ars.k due andaccrued ? I 18383,00
All other Assets as detailed in statement 39349.83
-Less Assets not admitted
TMai mhsf ill! asseU UABI?ITIEg - *6,U
Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $ 126,981.93
Unearned premiums ? 491,558.85
Estimated amount paya" * * "
i municipal t
All other liabilities, as i
Estimated amount payable for Federal, State, county and
municipal taxes due or accrued
abilities, as detailed in statement
Total amount of all liabilities
BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA
Tyson of Takom
D. C, spent last
end with Mr. and Mm E. M. "
tnnie Flanagan, Wil
liam Gillette, Gilmer NiJtola, Joaie
McArthor and Miss Jo Ann Tyson
the Tyson-May iwnrion in
Farmville lost Friday. ' ?' | ~
Misses Betty Pearl Joyner and
Juanita Sugg and Grigg Tyson
Henry Flake were Witaom visitors
Mr. and Mrs. William Gillette of
Richmond, Vs., ware guests of Mis.
Annie Flanagan last week.
Miss Lillian Harris attended the
football game in Chapel Hill last
Mr. and Mn. L. F. Bartlett sod
Me and Mre. Charles Nichols of
Charlotte and Mary Elisabeth Nich
ols of East Carolina Teachers col
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Gilmer Nichols Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gillette,
lbs. Annie Flanagan and John Flan
agan were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mr.. Hercchel Tynon an
the birth of a son at Caro
lina Genaral hospital to Wilaon
Saturday, Ncv. 29. v3||
pMtoT1V?? was the former Miss
Rntfc Hawes of Fiwft
the regional chairman for the Angier
Dote Scholarship prises. The six
new scholarships, provided by the
Angler B. Duke Memorial, Inc., will
he- awarded annually to four boys
and two girl* who are aenior high
students in thie state. The
an valued at $750 each.
A committee chairman hap been
appointed to head each of the six
districts, divided on the basis of high
school population. The districts and
their chairmen for the year 1M7-48
an: J. D. Johnson, Clinton, eastern
region for men; B. L. Smith, Greens
boro, must central region for men;
B. W. Barnard, Charlotte, west An
tral region for men j;. Shrank Weaver,
AsheviHe, western region for men;
Mrs. J. Henry HighsmKh, Raleigh,
region for women; and Mrs.
clw. of Trinity
1? of . feginwr
Woman's College in tht?
The dsMUlno for the s
Smith Family Reunion
Held At Arthur Thurs.
The family reunion of relatives of
the late Itr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith
was held at the old home place am
Belle Arthur on Thanksgiving day.
Made, Ned and Set Smith were
hosts. The families .gathered early
in the morning la order to reminisce
with each other. At' 1 .,o'dock
they assembled in the large dining
room where e four course luncheon
was ssmnfr hoffet style. Mack Sarith
welcomed the group after which Jack
Smith gftve a brief talk on blessings
of today and how to appreciate them.
At the close of his-speech, he invit
ed the group to mast with him next
The following families and friends
TAB HEEL TEACHERS AID
Teachers at North
rally to the aid of
?ea, so stated Etl
tive secretary of the North
Education Association in
dug that the NOKA Boand of Mm*
ton has unanimously endowed tits
Orel1?as Teacher Belief Fond cam
paign launched by the National Edu
cation Association in Washington.
Because the teacher* in mar devas
tated countries an the htiy peoplAih
the vital program of educational re
const huction, said Mi? oar
Board of Directors urges the hearty
cooperation of North Caroline teach
er* in this Thmiksgiving to Chriet
vipt campaign. Bash teacher will
give* the opportunity to make a o
tribfctaon. One hundxod and ninety
local unit presidents of the NCSA
ha? been notified and many, of the
units are. already collecting
Director! of the Fit
t eoonty health
department have ernwi
monthly orthoMfc clinic will not be
held in December but
that the ache
dale will be r?nni
with Dr. Hugh A." lb
ompeon of Ba
leijfh presiding over
the clink en
counties ot pe? if nit.
lico, Pitt sad Tyrell,
the clinic ia
held in the health da
ftcea at the eoEner of Thind and
Greene street*, Greenville.
v " NOTE OF THANES
The Gtbbs family wishes to express
its deepest appreciation for the many
of kindness shown end flowers
US by the church end individuals
the Alness hf our father sad
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