North Carolina Newspapers

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- The productiveness of American in
dividual initiative and private enter
prise, as measured by output per man
' hoar, baa been allowing a much great
er rate of increase in the last few
yeans than ever before, according to
.estimate! made by the Jointf Con
gressional Committee on the Eco
nomic Report. , ; '.,
A "major factor in this develop
ment, Bo basic to the progress of the
economy and to the rise in living
standards, has been the great amount
of new industrial plant and equipment
installed since the end of World
War n. - y ;.;.:
As against the long-term rate of
gain of about 2 per cent per year
in' output per man hour in the past
productivity was estimated to have
increased more than 5 per cent a year
in 1950 and 1951, and the increase for
1952 is expected to be nearly as much.
A lower rate. of growth is anticipated
for the years 1953 through 1955, but
'; thanks to the better plants and tools
the country now has, output per man
hour is still expected to remain above
the long-term annual average. '
Good Panhandler " 1
On getting a letter from her daugh
ter, a student nurse, mother was bad
ly upset . """ ' - I
; "I dont understand it," she moan
ed. " We send our daughter a good
allowance, alii jreVaha tea homo
that she baa had to a lot of pan-
handling this week."
PESONAL ITET.!
((Left Over Prom Last Week)
At tfags Head
Mtes Hae Wood Winalow and Mrs,
WIH Hudson will spend the month of
July at their cottage at Nags Head.
From Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards of
Greenville spent the week-end with
W. F. C Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Edwards. ,
Moved To Greenville .. -;.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard (David and
daughter moved ;jto Greenville where
they will make their home. -
At Williamsburs:
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Darden and their
house guests Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
McMullan and children of Clearwater,
Fla.. spent Monday in Williamsburg
with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burleson.
Returned Home
,Mm Sneie!ht and Mrs. 'Isa Tucker
have returned home after spending a
week at Nags Head with Mrs. Thomas
Nixon.
Iora Atlanta
Mrs. I R. Christie of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Mrs. E. W. Evans of Edenton
have returned to their homes after
sxft pire 'ijl xm jpa bb Smpuads
Trim Wilson.
Latest oublbhed figure show
that Camel it America's most popular
cigarette by the widest margin In
cigarette history! Try Camels for 30 days
and see for yourself why Camel leads all'
other brands by bMonsX
NOTICE OF DZMIEIIT TAX SMI
TOWN OF HERTFORD
wSal otTosm psqperty for .delinquent taxes for.the year 1951.
Date of sale; Monday jiitjr 14, 1952, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Court
House door, Hertford, North Carolina. v
. W. G. NEWBY
OLERK AND TAX COULElCTOiR, TOWN OP HERTFORD
WHITE DELINQUENT
Barbee. G. W., Warehouse
Byrum, T. Pn Grubb St
Campen, Jesse, Estate Grubb St.
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. W. M., Barrow Lane
Holdren, V. A., Estate Railroad Ave.
Hunter, W. 0., Grubb St .
Landing, W. D Railroad Ave.
Lane, Kermit, Edenton Road St.
Lane, Thomas, Willow St .
lane, Mrs. r. u., bounty .
Perry, R. P., Grubb St - -.
Kdberson, JS. r., uounty
TAXS
v Amt
$ 23.00
46.56
20.25
5.06
18.24
44.68
24.67
20.08
27.99 '
12.91
10.12
2.08
180.90
20.25
Baker, Alonzo, King St
Blanchard, John H., Edenton Road
Brickhouse, Rachel, White Lane
iirotners, rercy U,
Cox, Theodore, Covent Garden
Dail, Elverd, Estate, Covent Garden
Elliott, Arthur, King. St
Elliott Lillian Roberta
Everett, Mamie, King St
Helton, JSlec, JUng St. .
Felton, John, Railroad Ave. ,
Felton, IMary i, Estate King St
Felton., Rufus. Dobb St .
(Felton, William O., King St
Feltin, Wilmore, King St ...
Forehand, LillieWhite's Lane
Franklin, Jtfhn. King St.'
Granbery, Wallace
Smith, Mrs. R. W.. Estate Church St .
White. H. I. Dobb St .'
COLORED DELINQUENT TAXES
" ' - Amt
12.60 '
8.04
8.10
6.93 .
7.16
1.52
7.09
6.75
5.20
829
10.13
10.19
. 8.61 s
8.15
6.07 . '
4J2
10.62 ,.
12.33
4.18
8J5
6.75
11.36
15.19 ;
4.05
.10.85
20.83
7.42
6.78
16.83
8.38
17.64 ,
4.78 '
8j10
4.05
;'8.10
4.05
6.07
5.06
9.23
10.55
8.10
14.26 ,
10.13 .
' 2.07 ,
6.75
12.15
. 8.21
14.99
107.11
10.85
IS 90
4 :8
11.64
4.C5
6.07
18.75
1-..3
Ganderson, Jag. and Wife, Covent Garden
Gregory, Wilder, Gum Ave.-
Griswola, Sadie, Brace Ave.'
Hardy, Ernest Sammy, Dobb St
Barrel, Anderson, Mkt St .
Hassell, Handy D., King St
XJJnfrm T IT few. fi
Hoffler. William, King St
IHolIy, Alpine. King St
Holly, Council, Stokes Lane .
Holly, U U.,Vobt st .
Hurdle, Millie, Liberty St .
James, George Jr., Dobb St
Jerrigan, Cherry, Church St
ones, Lula Alpnonso i
Knight, Mattie, Dobb St - ,
Klva, Kir sr St
Lassiter, ilerbert, King St
Lyons, t,l' Cox Ave,
JASBiter, L,5e 1 .Crubb St .
tartin, Haywooti, kii t .
Moore, Andrew, Brace Ave.
Overto.v Co"Jior ML, CeiiT) t .
Overton, I Cox Ave. )
Tartt . i . ; .eirs, j U.
l eal, i.." ry, . m Av4.
fheard, 1 ota, kiry. t.
t ymons, Huf hie, Hyde Park .
Jper, R !-T, Edenton Road
f mi V Fre.l. L.t St
i TU..1, Joseih, Edentonj Road
I
Ejr Freda, CovenJ Garden -
"n,B. J,r-tl n. Ed. and Dobb St
J. L., 1 't f I - . ,
n, i
t tt
L-t It.
s x Ave,
FOR
(Pen.
.92
1.86
1 ,
.20
.78
1.79
.98
.80
1.12
.52
.40
.08 '
7.24 .
.81'
FOR
Pen.
' .50
.12
JS2
J2B
aa
.06
.28
.27
.21
.13
.41, "
'..41 -
.84 .
.83
.24
.49
.17
&
5 .
.45
.61
A9
M ,
.88 ,
-.80 f
127
.65
.18
.71
j18
.32
.16
.82
.16
3A'
aa
XI
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2
.08 "
21
.49
.13
..60
428,
.43
.76
1.97
.46
.16
.24
.75
1.18
.14
1951
Cost
..95
.95
.95
.95
.96
.95
.95
.96
.95
.95
.95
.95
.95
.95
1951
Cost
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.95
.95
.95
.95
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.95
.95
.95
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,95
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Total
S 24.87
49.87
22.01
19.92
4742
26.60
21.78
30.06
14.88
11:47
3.06
189.09
22.01
Total
$ 14.05
4.11
9.87
8.16
8.46
23
8.82
7.97
6.86
11.49
11.49
9.90
9.43
76
5.23
- 11.99
13.77
6.30
9M
7M
12.76
16.76
616
1228
22.61
8.67
8.00
17.98
4.46
190
6.86
, 9.87
6.16
9.87
. 6M
ISA
621
10.55
1L92
9.87
, 15.76
- 1149
8.10
7.97
18.59
, 4.29
16.54
112.34
12.23
20.61
62.20
12.96
5.16
728
20.45
81.70
"14X3
Sunday At Naca Head
" Mr. and Mrs. firoughton Dail spent
Sunday At Mags Head.
From 'Florida "
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of
Rusldn. Fla.. vinited relative and
friends in Hertford tbis week.
At Camp Leach ,
Kathryn Bonner, Alien Bonner. Jr.'.
George White and Jimmy Sullivan left
Tuesday for Camp Leach where they
will spend two weeks.
Friday At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Burnice Inscoe and
son spent Friday at Nags Head.
From Enfield
George Clark of Enfield spent Jh'e
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Morris and Miss Pat Morris.
Sunday School
Lesson
(Continued From Page Nine)
Do they care whether people are ig
norant and brutish or educated and
refined ? Do they care whether babies
are fed or1 not? Do they care wheth
er food is pure of poisoned! Do they
care' whether their children die of the
smallpox and ..diphtheria, or live
healthy, wholesome lives? (Do they
care whether there are alums or
homes rubbish heaps or gardens-
prisons or universities?, tf they care
at all for any of these things, then
they, must be interested in politics."
someone Has rightly said: "iPerhaps
: special Meals
, At 53 Cents
Now Being Served
at
ROY'S GRILL
Located on
South End of Church Street
Beside Dail's Gulf Station, on
Route 17 . . . Hertford, N. C.
now it is time for the women of the to organize on a world-wide scale for
world to enlist in different kind of I peace, there would never be another
war: ff the women of the world were battle!' "
Ms-,
Farmer:
WE ARE NOW FILLING ORDERS
FOR
Land Plaster
SEE US FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS
PHONE 2131
Iff SOUTHERN COnON OIL CO.
Hertford, North Carolina
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THERE IS A BETTER FREEZER... ITS EjC.iMfM..toJW.
BYRUM FURMITURE COMPANY
HERTFORD, N. C.
It couldn't be done
...but Ford did it!
; ...
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WkiU tidevoU tirm, tuxy4on aolor eombmatUm
Ututrattd optionml mt tr (. Equipment, .
eriM vimI (rim biot to " without netiec
For years car makers thought you
couldnt equal the finest cars in quality
unless y6u equalled them in price.
This year Ford proves you can have a '
car that compares with the best...at a
: price that compares with the lowest;
    

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