North Carolina Newspapers

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'' I'FRQI MAN.S.WKE'K,lA'v -HERTFORD, N. bn" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 r h
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Reminder a ' however.Nvill be 150,000 unite higher
Meats, Fats Bed' Stamps AS or 2,000,000 tires, than in the pre
through Z8 and A5 through S5, good ceding month, OPA states. A
indefinitely. No new1 stamps until slightly higher quota of truck tires
December 81. "! spells little or no relief from short-
Processed Foods On Friday, De- ages in this category,
cember 1, five new blue stamps were :
validated under the present syste Pff f Consumer Stor,
of making new blue stamp goodlm The intensified pace of fighting
the first of each month. They were! " ts " consumers the
blue stamps X. Y5, Z5, Aland M.-I of home front supplies Short-
Sugnr-Sugar Stamps 80, 81, 82, aes. must ndefirately. Our
33 and 34 each good for five pounds ales Bho n off munitions at
indefinitely. Stamp 40, good for 1 such a rate that demands on the la
five pounds of canning sugar through bor supply and raw matenals are
i eoruary 28, 1945. further "ased; Th8 la
Gasoline-A-13 coupons in new ra-, story continues to be one of "patch,
tion book good for four gallons mend- ,cma' do- ' Some
through December 21. , exa?Ple?: P0,00" workers are
Fuel Oil-Period 4 and 5 coupons n4e!ed mediately to man work
from last heating season, and period Nations in plants producing "top
1 coupons from new heating season I8 war e8. Military de-
good throughout present heating I"'"""-1"1 "Z
year. Period 2 coupons good in the
west on December 11.
Shoes Airplane Stamps 1, 2, and
3 in Hook Three, good indefinitely.
December Point Values Unchanged
Point values for rationed meats,
butter, margarine, cheese, canned
milk, canned fish and processed
foods will continue unchanged from
November values during December,
the Office of Price Administration
Tjoints nut. At the same time it was
st.-teil that December meat pound
ii!" is expected to be about 5.4 per
r "it higher than last month, while
Ihe quantity of rationed meats is es
t m-'tod at 11.8 per cent above No
vpi'iher levels. The increases, OPA
cautioned, are small in relation to
tl'c country's ability to consume.
.1000 Cars In Mon'Ji's Quota
A tot ;il of 3,000 automobiles makes
un the national quota of new motor
cars available for sale this month
f-p same amount as in November.
IVopinler passenger car tire quotas,
800,000 barrels a day in 1944 from
150,000 barrels a day in 1941 . . .
Scarcely half enough radio receiving
tubes have been available in the past
two years to replace those worn out,
and shortages expected to last sev
eral months beyond the defeat of
Oermany and Japan.
Women In Skilled Trades
Approximately 800 women in 18
skilled trades are now employed as
apprentices under procedures and
methods developed by the Apprentice-Training
Service of the War
Manpower Commission, WMC offi
cials report. The trades include air
line mechanics, cabinetmakers, car
penters, coremakers, machintsts and
draftsmen, instrument makers, radio
technicians and aircraft and radio
electricians as well as dental mechan
ics, jewelers, printers, watchmakers,
bookbinders, dressmakers, meat cut
ters and cosmeticians.
State Ranks Second
In Yam Production
North Carolina this year will pro
duce more sweet potatoes than any
other state in the Nation, except
Georgia, the Statistics division of the
N. (Department of Agriculture re
ports. . ,
Statistician Clyde Willis estimated
this State would produce' 9,200,000
bushels of yams this season, as
against Georgia's 9,976,000 bushels.
The North Carolina figure is the
highest of any season with the ex
ception of . 1934, when 9,984,000
bushels were grown. In 1943, the
crop totaled 7,760,000 bushels.
"Prospective sweets yields for this
year's crop are expected to average
115 bushels to the acre, 18 bushels
more than the 97-ibushel yield of last
year and 27 bushels more than the
anticipated Georgia yield," said
Willis.
In the 10 years from 1933 to 1942,
average production was 8,362,000
bushels, with the yield at 100 bush
els to the acre.
John A. Winfield, market news
man, said he had received informa
tion from the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics that prices to be paid
farmers 'for sweet potatoes are ex
pected to average lower this winter
season than the high prices realized
during the 1943-44 winter. This de
crease in price was attributed by
BAE to larger crops in some of the
important shipping states, including
Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey.
Income Tax Forms
Must Be Filed Not
Later Than Jan. 15th
North Carolina
Perquimans County
in The ,
Superior Court
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NOTICE
Branch, Plaintiff
...r:. :. Vs.' V-C'V
William Edward Branch, Defendant
William Edward Branch, the De
fendant above' narried. Will take notice
that an action for divorce; - entitled
above, has been' commenced ' in the
Superior Court of Perquimans Coun
ty, North Carolina, for" the 'purpose
of obtaining' an absbhity divdrc
from the' bonds of matrimony' be
tween the plaintiff and the" defend
ant upon the ' grounds' of tw years
f separation, and the defendant wilt
take notice that he is required ' to
appear within 30 days after publica
tion hereof, as prescribed by law, at
the Court House' of Perquimans
County, North Carolina, and answer
or demur to the complaint filed in
said action, or the plaintiff , will 'ap
ply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint..
This the 27th day of December,
1944.
W. H. PITT,
Clerk Superior Court,
Perquimans County.
(SEAL)
dec.l5,229,jan.4.
RUY WAR RONDiS!
EVERYBODY SAVES
WHEN THEY BUY OR TRADE
WITH
Wilson Mule Exchange
TRADE WITH CONFIDENCE WORK WITH PRIDE
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO LOADS OF YOUNG,
FRESH MULES AND HORSES
We Guarantee To Be As Represented, And Offer Good
Allowance On Trade-ins.
WILSON MULE EXCHANGE
T. W. WILSON HERTFORD, N. C. F. M. WILSON
Affll'Cttfiffilffi
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Tuesday, December 19, 1944
STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK
1 LOT OF SHEEP
HOT OF HOGS
1 YOKE OF MULES
1 MARE
MOWING MACHINE AND RAKE
1 SINGLE WAGON
2 CARTS
1 BEAN HARVESTER
ALL FARMING UTENSILS and PLANTERS
AND ALL HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE
1 LOT OF PEANUT HAY
Joseph D. Nunan, Jr., Commission
er of Internal Revenue, today re
minded individual income taxpayers
that Congress has changed from De
cember 15, 1944, to January 15, 1945,
the final date for filing Declarations
of Estimated Income Tax, either
original (as in the case of farmers),
or amended, and paying of install
ments of estimated tax for the calen
dar year 1944.
Among the taxpayers affected by
this change in dates are: farmers
who exercised their right to defer
filing declarations last April 15;
others who have already filed 1944
declarations but desire to change
their estimates by filing amended
declarations; all persons who owe the
final installment of 1944 estimated
tax.
If a taxpayer who would other
wise be required to file an original
or amended Declaration of Estimated
Tax by January 15, 1945, files his
annual income tax return for 1944
(on Form 1040) and pays all tax
uue by January 15, his return will
serve as both a return and declara
tion and he need not file the 1944
declaration.
.Also, if a taxpayer files h'is final
1944 return (on Form 1040) and
pays the tax due on it by January
15, he need not pay the final install
ment which otherwise would be due
on his estimated tax.
A bill from the Collector for the
final installment of 1944 estimated
tax may be ignored by a taxpayer
who files his annual return ' (on
Form 1040) and pays the tax due
on it by January 15..
These changes will enable a tax
payer, if he' desires to do so, to wind
up all of his 1944 income tax obliga
tions by January 15, but it does not
affect the filing of his 1945 declara
tion which will be due Itfarch 15.
Also, taxpayers who do not file their
final 1944 returns by January 15
must do so by March -15.
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Classified and Legals
WHY PUT OFF THE MATTER
longer? Have us erect a suitable
monument at the graves of your
loved ones now. 42 years of monu
mental service to the people of
Eastern Carolina. A postal card
will bring photographs and prices.
J. E. Dees Memorials, Greenville.
N. C. to dec 22
BLOOD-TESTED BABY CHICKS, 15
breeds, sexed or straight run.
Shipped anywhere postpaid. Whole
sale, retail. Write for prices. Ad
dress Seeley's Chicks, 214 Church
St., Norfolk 10, Va. to dec 29
D. C. OIELETT FARM
EAST dF HERTFORD ON THE NEW HOPE ROAD
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JOB AND BILL'S
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Bring your car in today for a careful inspection of you?'
tires. It is important you care for your tires. Our sef- i Ji
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Goodyear and U. S. Royal Tires and Tubepi
JOE AND BILL'S SERVICE STATION fi
"Where Service h A Pleasure" -
BILL WHITE. Prop. PHONE MOt
NOTICE
North Carolina . In The
Perquimans County Superior Court
Sadie Doome, Plaintiff,
Vs.
William Edward Doome, Defendant:
William Edward Doome, the above
named defendant, will take notice
that an action for divorce entitled
above, has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Perquimans Coun
ty, North Carolina, for the Burpose
of obtaining an absolute divorce from
the bonds of matrimony between the
plaintiff and the defendant Uftbn the
grounds of two years separation, and,'
ine- aerenaant will take; further no
tice that he is required to appear
witnin du days alter publication here
of, as prescribed by law, at the Court
House of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action, or the
piaintin will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in said com
plaint
This the 18th day of Nov., 1944.
W. H. PITT, N
Clerk Superior Conrt,
Perquimans County, v
(SEAL) nori4,de.l,8,15.
PLANTS
SPEED
100-OCTANE PRODUCTION
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NEW AVIATION GASOLINE UNITS of most modern design at Sinclair refineries,
are now producing 100-octane gasoline. Sinclair's output of1 this vital fuel runs
into thousands of barrels a day.
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TO BACK OUR BOYS in the Army, Navy and Coast Guard, Sinclair is also pro
ducing vast quantities of fuel oil for battleships, lubricating oil for planes,
tanks and jeeps, toluene for bombs and butylene for synthetic rubber.
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SINCLAIR DEALERS .have a war job, too. Four out of five workers use private cars '
'to get to their jobs. Sinclair Dealers are giving these .cars the kind of service
they need to keep running. Let the Sinclair Dealer, cure for your car, too.
OUr MORE WAR BONDS AtlD STAMPS
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