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MAX CAMPBTTJi ' ' .Editor ;
Entered h second, class, matter
November 16, m iv niit; Office
at Hertford, North Carolina, un
der the Act C uawh, 1171.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1952
A number of labor unions are now
seeking wage increases and other
benefits." 1 Washington ' officials are
hard pressed to settle these demands,
without strikes and without breaking
down the program to prevent infla
tion. '' ":: ,
A panel of the Wage Stabilization
Board is now considering demands
of the CIO steel workers for a pay
boost. Aluminum, workers numbering
thirty-four thousand are also seek
ing higher pay and John ,1 Lewis is
expected to make a similar move this
spring. In addition, there is a wage
dispute in the aircraft industry.
While it is true that strikes in key
industries rarely occur when the Stab
ilization Bofird is considering a case,
the more-important question is will
the Board make a decision to permit
a break-thru in present wage ceil
Management has taken the ipoeition
that Wage boosts must be accompanied
by price increases. Some of the
labor unions are seeking more than
wage increases. .. The steel workers,
for example, are seeking a guaran
teed annual wage.
About the only thing certain is that
a big batch of labor troubles have
been placed in the government's lap.
Founder Of A Nation
The man who was most influential
in the successful founding of the
United States was, of course, George
Washington, whose birthday anniver
sary is observed this month. It is in
teresting to note! that, in the years
immediately after Washington's death,
people thought it was fashionable to
depreciate the great contribution he
made to the successful establishments
of the United States as a world power.
Not long ago, one of the country's
great . historians remarked that, hap
pily, that vogue had changed direc
tion. Actually, he said, the more one
studied the life ' and contributions of
George Washington, the more he ap-
ated the breadth of his talent and,
ability. A great general, a great
President, a great engineer and a
great American George Washington
lft n imprint which is visible in
the freedom and enjoyment of life
of every American.
During the bitter winters of the
war, he, at times, was faced with
Mmost boneless tasks. There were
times when the Continental Arm v was
at the point of disbanding. There
were other times when the money was
not available to pay off these volun
teers. There were still other times
when loyal subjects- and the enemy
almost persuaded a majority that the
cause was hopeless.
In the end, George Washington and
his men saw the storm out and en
joyed the bri.yht 'victory-th.t f'nally
came. After that. Georere Washing
ton became President of the new re
public and refused when nressedto
'cu l" .
accept a third term in office. which
he-ould surely have obtained. This '
set a long precedent which has now
ueen estaousnea dv consiiuunonai
nmenomeni. , ine wisaom. OI wasn
ington'8 decision then is more ap
parent today than it was even at that
Washington, then, not only secured
the freedom of the country from En
gland but he established many of the
principles of government, as our first
President. His high standards of con
duct morality, ethics and statesman
ship were and are today an example
for Americans in public office, .In
deed, this is a proper time to atop
and reflect upon the character, cour
age ad.. determinatioii of Washing.
toBh-whkh . so- nrbch in need in
government today. Because Wash
ington had all these qualities, we art
enjoying 4ht traita ct liberty and
Clasntfied and Leirafe
MALE, ; HEU'WANTER RELTAi
ble man with ear wanted to call
on farmers in Perquimans County.
Wonderful' onportunity. 10 to 120
' in day. No experience or capi
tal required. ' .Permanent Write
today. KcNESS OOMPAiNY, Dept
C, Candler Bldg Baltimore 2. IMd. '
N3nC2! OF EE-SALS -Under
td by virtue of an order
dissolving the restraining order here
tofore f",.r' -i m that Special Proved,
ing en. ':i N.E, Chanpell vn. Alon
m f ';: , et 1, made by Els T
or, CLn L. V.iama, Judlj L.,-
D.att, and farmer o". wuJ
sale upon the -.atCh.s' a re-
ttSiea Ud heretofore
"ifj? , JcrJ commissioner
wwr J W ruary, w&z
at llcCj -A. JL, at the Court House
la. CwCordi N. C, offer for sale
"! ihest bidder for cash upon
tpening bid of Sl.301.6o UK cer
tain jot of (ana in tne town oi Men
ford described as foljowii! '4 "
Known aa lot No. 12 Barrow lots
in the edge of said Town (now Town
of Hertford) on liberty. Street (now
Dobb Street) and. between the lot of
Sheppard Douglas and Jefferson
Knox. 'For reference see deed from
George W. Barrow, Commissioner, to
Jonas Reed and Abigail Felton, re
corded in the Public Registry in Book
NN, on page 666. -
This 13th day of February, 1962. ' .
' WALTER G. EDWARDS,
FOR , SALE PURE BRED BERK
share pigs; gilts or boars, priced
reasonable. See SM. Long, Route
one, Hertford, N. C. - febl6,22.
BABY CHICKS BEST GRADE
rocks, reds, crosses or leghorns,
your choice. Heavy breeds, our
choice. $9.95. Red cockerels, $8.95.
Address Red Farm, Box 272, Nor
folk 1, Va. - marl4pd
! NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of Mrs. Helene W. New
by, deceased, late of Perquimans
County, North Carolina,, this : is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Hertford, N. C, on or before . the
11th day of February, 1953, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
mediate payment. . ,
This 11th day of February, 1952. ,
MRS. NELLIE N. NIXON
Administratrix of Mrs. Helene
North Carolina,' '
Perquimans County. '
Sarah H. Lilly
Joshua Lilly a -
' ; ; NOTICE . . .,v
- The defendant, Joshua Lillyiwill
take notice that an action entitled aa
above' has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Perquimans Coun
ty, North Carolina, for a divorce e
vinculo upon two years separation;
and the said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Perquimans, ha. the
Court House in Hertford, N. C, with
in twenty (20) days after the 21st day
of March, 1952, and answer or demur
to the complaint of the plaintiff, and
notifying him that if he fails so to
do the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.' '. 7 .
This the 14th day of February, 1952.
W. H. PTTT,
' Clerk Superior Court.
North Carolina, .
J. H. Lilly.
The defendant J. H. Lilly will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Perquimans County, North
Carolina; to collect an amount on
contract; and the said defendant will
further take notice that he is required
to appear at the office of the Clerk
of ,: Superior ' Court of Perquimans
County, in the Court House in Hert
ford, N. C within twenty day after
I the 21st day of March, 1952, and
f"8, l ma. to T .comf?aint.f
I the plaintiff, and notifying him that
if he fails to do so the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
mnnd.'d in the complaint
This the 12th day of Februarv, 1952.
Clerk Superior Court
DAna a n.i
North Carolina In The
Perquimans County Superior Court
Lillie Mae East, , ' , '
The above named defendant Liliie
Mae East, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court of,
rerquimans ittunty, Worth Carolina,
by the Plaintiff to secure an abso
lute divorce from the defendant upon
the ground that vlaintiff and defend
ant have lived separate and apart for
more than two years next preceding'
ine winging or wis action; and the
defendant will further take notice that
she is required to appear at the of
rice of the Clerk of the Sunerior
uoUTt of 'Perquimans County, In the
uart House in Hertford. North Car
olina, within twenty days; siter, the
8tth day of March, 1962 aid answer
or demur to the complaint in said ac
tion, or the plaintiff wHl apply to the
uourt, for the relief demanded in said
This the 6th day of February, 1952.
W. H. PITT, , .
Clerk 'of the SimeyHnr VMirt .
fcb8,1529 ' '
NCTXC2 C? ZZ2ALE
-"w via .uw vi wia au
thority vectsd in . ca;f:!rs?fM by
the heirs af law of Thomas C. Chap
pell, .dfwt.-ed, the prrr?rty l.rrein
after d 'scribed was trll on February
T 1 .-; r-4 i e f7 ,
1 I la a. a fc.in de time
signed wU on the 2rd cUy ef Febru
ary, 1852, at 11:30 o'clock A. M, at
the Court House door in Hertford,
Perquimans County, North Carolina,
offer for sale to the highest tic! jer for
cash at pntlio auction, bidding to start
at $10,C23.0O, a certain tract of land
and tlie timber' thereon lyin and be
ing la rethel Township, Perquimans
County, .N. C , and wore particularly
dsribed aa follows, visu .
'landed' on the north by the Fleet
wood Hill Pond; east by the Sands
of Mrs. Mattie . L Charlwi) and the
heirs of flarvey 'Mansfield; south by
the lands of the heirs of Harvey
Mansfield ;and west by the land of
Mrs. ? Mattie I. Charlton, containing
51 acres, more or less and known as
the "Mingo Land." For further des
cription and chain of title see deed
book 11, page 162, deed No. 176, Pub
lic Registry of Perquimans County.
North Carolina. - ,
A cash deposit of ten per cent
(10) will be required of. the suc
cessful bidder, and the said bid will
remain open for a period of ten days
for an advance bid.
The undersigned reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. - -, -
Dated and posted this 9th day of
February, 1952. ,
CHAS. E. JOHNSON,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Wallace Luke Wood, de
ceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Route S, Hert
ford, N. C, on or before the 18th day
of January, 1953, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
, This 18th day of January, 1952.
MRS. ZELMA H. WOOD
Executrix of Wallace Luke Wood
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