-3 . Pro-
. 1 v .- H- .
...lira . , .
....e Chowan Her-
...... C-- oBman Her-
. r stated t at he is In full
'' tobacco and peanut
will be decided in
j ri.erendutn. 1 A
V ally favor .tobacco
rk ; and prict sup
' ' ijr 9054 parity payr
. - -.a program hag been the
cf the farmers of eastern
. and has brought stability
ca standard of living to
v.- It is one of the few
-9 programs thai; has op
) successfully without cost
t payer. Were it not for
m during the past years
e present year I am con-
market price of tobaccd
ve brought one-third less
-'-'on markets. This pro
junction with" the Stabi
.rporation our farmers
i '' future,, with ecd
xice. ' f'turge"alI.to-
.a and those interested
'.'on, tobacco' to ad
J'. actively support the
i jujjs.1: -,v''
1 urge the support of
' ' 4j. , J , , . .... f
Jane Bussell sfsrs in Fex Fire
showing at the State Theatre' aest
Monday ani Tuesday. '
the peanut program, which Will be
voted on at the same time. The
same things can be said of the pea
nut program that I have said of
the tobacco program. Poth have
made rural life comfortable and
"There is no doubt bap that the
Tobacco Associates, Inc., in pro
moting foreign sales of flue-cured
tobacco, have been a great asset to
the farmer and the over-ail pro
gram. I personally have been ja
a position to observe the activity
and I recommewj to ,very farmer
that he suppprf the,; acreage as
sessment for this purpose."
The people cannot see, but they
can feel. ttith -James Hirriugtoa- j ;
:XX INFORMATION LEAPING TO
3 AJlREBfr and CONVICTrON of the
:rpon pr persons guilty of throwing acid
: three new Ford cars, owned by Wins
.vBlanchard Motor Compapy; on Friday, :
-ly 15, 1955.
. .... ,
". .rz-Cbchad Motor Coniy
' HERTFORD, N. C. ' ' , ,
SO OUX T3 FiVhXm-ftfl tor eyes wi ? at only
a pfesent-ftay ' thresMng comblue.is this f ayftcl4 ssn JhresbT
tag engine; which wi4 fomeday pa dii, : v at. the Ppw4 :
Cooper-Bessemer museum at U6unt Vernon, IZ'o. Once pulle4
by foui&gze jMMtpowe fttf threhlnf sitf ft many riisy
sourl eld; the reconditlwej nine If bev Jfe e sf
very Xew U11 in fxUtenpe, , . .
ucLiiy I) i'tCi'j UnJ t'r.".11
Jo ipiiiGLy ortteriiy
4 an J w c.t ' t!
j, Jr i so, b'sl '-ir' . nttw
a..i jropoijn of i' a ovtx
") "r jp te r-"1"" f'Tjres
' "y year, and" t' M. a4 over
" 3 ):?s t?l rre a r "I'm
s an""r."y s"e t' t esr'y
V 'orld War II ft I. ThanLs
i ' e growth of eavt g and -nt
funds, older psople re
' ;".tt increaairg ind"endence
freedom of movenent ,
' ' Hale f fjca :c ft".r '
' e regional ficrures s'-.ow hat
1 e greatest mobility of the popuia
t: -n ii b the West, where more
t'.an a quarter pf the population
ch urged homes in the year to
Ar"ril,i 186. Going eastward the
pre portion declines, and the mobili
ty ratio in, the Northeastern States
as a whole is only half that of the
Economic factors nave always
played a major part in the move
ment of Jfre population, and the
fluidity , with : which investment
funds have been flowing from one
pare of ; the country, to another,
helping to create new production
facilities end now job opportuni
ties, has played a fundamental role
in this respect ever the year. ' -An
indication of this high mobili
ty pf capital is provided by a reg-
lonai preattaown pi uie insurance
investment figures and their trend
over th' last three decades. These
figures show a proportionally lar
ger gain in life insurance invest
ment funds fn recent years in the
Suth, Southwest an4 Pacific Coast
'States, the three fastest growing
secf ) of t i '.ry : . n-i ' 1 ln "
' -J al ' :.i s. tl.e -life comrny i. .'. si
'-tofT llji; . Vast South: .jCc' i I '.es
.:. FT '"'y f f J ' t r. " . rnie to eprrojtiirr'v,,y 12 r " t '
for tzr:' te data for 49 life Af assets at the end of lii..J
535T 1 t '" "'.' r"5 f """""l-, ','?nBt about 614 rr cert In T
pietely 87 rsr eent of all i'e i lO and 1925. , Ihe con
sur fs show t t i m r
J2.pfr :-1 of, teir f." J T - -vested
in the Pacific Coast States
at the end. ft - i"C3. V. s ratio
tomr'Wi.lpss t-.n ,7ti r '
sent fn r:0 ii nly $ i
r iu.j'of t' e c
C.ouc'i i' "r I
. r y 1 - '
i have al
...".y in all
' ry over the
. : . Jons of
"'. r(cut ta aftjr ,
figure .fop . the - t"
States were J2.7 pr cr.t la ' -3
and 10 per cent in 1940 and 1.-5..
; The dpllar ficjr?8 involve4 . ip
." - three regions show tn even
etcr Of grO"h C t l
ucated by the change In propor
'ine.t'At the same tie'ovrev
'.'CbU6i.ii j.i ; t j.'f yevr ..
'ortes by tricjt r '!e r' "-yf
; Cbptis Yes, U yr" vp a ?
machine gun to look like a movie
ar;era anJ,,t' ,i. fc'l f f.-'ught,,
for the chance to get 'n fro-f of it. ?
t V,k3t Jflrijp is' tp sfid, i- sanity u.
isitpart, , . . .'- ik
. V 1 t'.. na'w4 J
Mobility of people and ef tapir
tal funds far investment has gi-'
en the American economy much ef
its dynhmie quality. The two re
intimately iatemiated as fa as
their ecenemie and social itapaft
are eoncerned, ai -their Entente
tion has contributed grestlj to the
flexttulity end drive 'Which are
such a distinguishing characteristic
of American Cfe.
Hgures recently made publle by
the V. S. Bureaa of the Census
shew that nearly one-fifth ef the
cjyilian populatkn moved In 'the
year ending in April, 1954. The
number came to more than t9 mil
lion, and the proportion was just
under 19 per cent These figures
were somewhat lower than in some
of the last few years, but the mag
nitudes are not greatly different f
r it Alt Type aai Agea.'.'-
vsfany ef the movers left the cfty
for the -suburb, and played a Jbjg
role in ,tJ4emn4 fOjp housing
Which has been such an important
factor in the high level of economic
activity the Ratio has been enr
joying,.' til( ether left the farm
or rural antes to take advantage
Of the job opportunities in the city
Or its environs brought about by
new investment in production f a-
eHjties and- th expansion df the
eeononty. i The majority of the
movers stayed eiose to their former
homes, but the figures show that
millions s ros jjtate ies ysry
One of the Interesting aspects of
the mobility figures is that (he
urge q inalrt s- hSnge js not eon
nneej ce any one age group.- xouta
has a natural tendency to move
about more freely than older people
gration are foun in the age groups
unper 35. ror example. In the
year endin in April 1954, 'nearly
two-fifths, of all those between SO
and 84 moved, nd close to a third
Of those between "5 and 89. The
proportion for the 80 to 84 age
group was almost one-quarter.
uiaer people ere, or course, more
t '-V, Effective August 1, 1955, 1 hive soM jpy Ageiuty to Mr.
"W. Claude Brinn, of 43 Front (Street, Ijertfyrd. - ' ,
. All insurance preipiums due.'thia Agency through July
! are due and payable on or before July; Jl. i9l$. ; V ? ' -
; Mr. Brinn has been and is' currently, being trained . by
wren" e nem
iTH AMERICA offers you a CHOICE of six plans, $1 5.00, $12.00, $10.00, $$.qo, $7,00 $5.00 pft dayroonj W boar4
NY approved hospital that you may be confined as a resident patient. Daily benefits paid up to 90 days for each SEPA-
rciA.-..' :j t. . xrmr 1 i 1 .1 . j. " - r 1 . . , .
aivaojcss vi aui-fuciu. iiu acicci ik pidii ucsi suuey iu yuifr upeus ti prcni(iuif aie oi oniy a tew cents, a oay.
CTIVE PATE . . ,
.IJents Date of Issue.
'-nes Originating af
t r SO Days.
'ernjty 19 Months.
lis and Adenoids Six
- - . REPRESENTED BYt
Nachman Insurance Agency
MRS. VIOLA D. NACHMAN
Court House Square Phone ?341
HERTFORD, N. p. 4 ' .'
NORTH AMERICA ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OP VIRGINIA, INC.!
Age 1 te W
' '' ': -j. .;',; v; ' 'i fi-;Jlt
Children A gee J mentli e
HOME OFFICE "
i rr Perseei
. Policy Fee
.S per indK
1 or family
V SCMI1 ... aUAPt- MONTH
NUAL , ANNUA. TCP-Y. P.Y
143.20 1522.10 $11.30 $3.85
64.80 82.90 16.70 i.65
69.40 30.20 15.35 5.20
32.40v 16.70 ; 8.60 2.95
$12.00 rap8LJ ;
ANNUA. .ANNUAL TSRLT .Y'
$35.40 $18.20 : f 9.85- $3.20
63.40' 27.80, 18.86 .4.79
. . . . p -.. ,
49.20 25.10 12.80 435
26.40 13.70 .7.10 2.45
? . MNP" OUAK
ANNIAL .'ANNUAL . TCIILT
$22.20 $1160 $ 6.05 $2.10
88.60 17.80 8.90
$7.00 pept .
ANNUAL ANNUAL TJMM.Y L
$19.20 $10.10 $ B.30 $1.86
27.60 14 JO
AtWUAV ' NNMA). -TffLr : f V .
$27.60 $14.30 7.40 2.55
48.00 U0 11.00 1.75
88,40 -19.70 . 10.10 , 3.45
80.40 ' 10.70 6.fc0 ' ).$
ANN UAL - ANNUAL - TfllLY
$11.80 70 i $ 8.W $1.40
21.p0;U.00 r WfMO
20.40, 10.70 - (.6Q
10.20 6.60 8.06V? Lit
Special Family Group
When two (2) children insure .
pnder family hosnitalija,tiott
policy, no premium Is charged
for additional children being
added to the policy. Pcu '
ium for surgical coveragnot
included in thi irrangemetjt.
All children insured must sir
the surgical premium.)
I" .'Mi tUI'HI.S J JiHIIH i N III
Butgteal Operatiea Fee
. '"' '.-. ' ' ''p.'1'
, ,-.","-;i SVjil'j';;
$11.25 ' $7.20
5.75 ' 8.6?
1.06 - .60
RATES FOR PHYSICIAN FEES (OptloaalX
al Male or Female
. jtpwthly pgoily nnw "-A ")
i and Wife or One Parent and Chilt''
(Husband and Wife and Dependent Children)
i insurance company Special Agents (tnd .js iborougfely fr
X miliar with the business. The Afjency wlJl be operated
exactly as in the past and wijl yse the saine office, 80
X Church Street, next door to the bls station. Tewals
I on all policies on and after August ldSf -wiJJ tandle4
by Mr. Brinn. The business will be ooerated M Pnnn
2 Mutual Insurance Agency. 1 t ' 1 1 t '
v VFisJii insurance Arrmr 7
Hertford. N.C .
NJtyBiA AAAPliAA.'PPiv m vv
HomerT Saint-Caui ,
, TOW-.OF VINPALJ,; ji; c. '
- Sale of Jom prppfrty' for Belwqupntrws for J954,
Date of sale: August 8, 1955 t the Ceinrnunity Hwse
door; Mnfall, NT.Ct -12 cfclpck noon. ' ' ", ' ' . -
, .'J.F.Hoi!oWeH,Sr. 7:
' v ' CLEBK WlFilt TOWN OARD
7 1 ". '. . 1 , : , ,
Northern PackingCa' ; ' 1. .' .' $ ?.$0
,SP,es5trp Estate A '
Winrl we .
Hayirood i'roctor . . ,,
Clinton Trueblodd,- Jr. ',-1 :
Miss 'Audrey Ujmphjett Hejrs
Iferortie Wedu -.;
? COLORED DEWNQVeNT TAXES FOR ?
' . 1 J . v
. - , " '
.;ir!:.f.V fi --'..j
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...ihk" ) 'A?
. l.X 9.11
' : ii
Nate Bogue . :....'.'. i ' - -
Ann' Collips. . 1 . v
Pave Griffip .. ' - -'.. .'.-,--.
Elsberry Pobbs Hejrs ..'. -,
MaryRjumbleHobbs ,; , ; ...... : '. ;. .:; .
'Nancy Lawrence " '. '.
Australia Lightfoot , ' . ,J . . .. -U
'losjeph L., .LJghtfoot , vv r . . - - '( ., L .
Jacob Marting' i
WHlte Maore r.'', :.. . . ,
Isaac Lowe . , . V-'V'" "f'"--'
Maggie Perry ". -V ' -' '
Annie Spruill . . . ...V . - ....
James and Anna Washington r '
Luther Perry . .. . : - " ' 1
Charles Coleman :
William Rpmble . " .
Caraline Overton ; ....--.
Li'szy" Overton ..'..'.''.'.."- , t
Rosa White Fejton' J 1,in,w 2.26
John Crtssy Heirs " ' ' " "I' , ?.3l
TOT CAPACITY 8M-ft, PickipJ Ford F-100, (JVW 6,000 libs,' ?me4
v Short trofce 130-h.p. Power King V-B. AJao avaiUbU: HWx.p.
' ' Sia, tvith the shortest piston stroke of any leading truck six.'' ;
I'?'V 1 TON C'.'Jf i-Ford F-6Q0 "2-tonner" haf Gf boosted
t 1$,QC lb, woen eqpipped with heavy-duty rr at', heavy-4uty .; '
- tpri-Bgii, Mtud vheds, aod 140-h.p. Short .roke V-8 er-e. : ' ,:'
Hospitalization and ! Meic Eipittss Pbns f
CTII AMERICA. ASSURANCE SOCIETY djF VIRGINIA, INC., OFFERS YOU ANp YOUK FA
POLICY OF SOUND HOSPITALIZATION AND MEDICAL PHOTlXTIQii . . . MY9 ;,
. , , ' THESE HOSPITAL AND OTHER BENEFITS. - J ' " - ' '
StsUp to ?1S0.QQ.'
; MB Coyer-j
. Room and Board--Up to $1,350.00 "
Fmergency Accident Expenses Up to lf4S-.00.
General Hospital Expen&esUp to $75.00. '
" Eurg'cal Operation Fees Up to IZOO.Oa' .'
1 Tees for Operating Room a- i Anasthetic up to $60 " rtj-skiaa'a V.ts to cr X!. A;V c? fo ?1 U.T I.
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