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    Page J-Th Perquimans Weekly. Htrtford. N.C., Tlwnday, September 1M7
Taking A .
Look
SEPT. 1939
By VIRGINIA WHITE
TRANSEAU
ASSOCIATION OP
CHOWAN BAPTISTS TO
MEET IN HERTFORD:
Hertford will be the site of
the 134th Annual Session of
the Chowan Baptist
Association on Sept 19 for a
two-day meeting. A large
crowd of delegates and
visitors are expected to at
tend the meeting.
CLUB WOMEN ON
FARM AND HOME PRO
GRAM IN RALEIGH
NEXT WEEK: Mrs. M.T.
Griffin and Mrs. J.M. Fleet
wood, members of the
Bethel Home Demonstra-
tion Club, will speak during
the Farm and Home Hour
from Station WPTF in
Raleigh next week. Mrs.
. Fleetwood will give an oral
sketch of the county and
. Mrs. Griffin will use the
History of Home
Demonstration Work as the
basis for a brief talk.
BIRTH ANNOUNCE
MENT: Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Divers of Edenton an
' nounce the birth of a son at
the General Hospital, Nor
folk, Va. on Saturday, Sept.
9th, 1939.
HOSTESS AT BIRTH
DAY PARTY: Mrs.
Wayland White of
Belvidere entertained on
; Monday evening in honor of
the 18th birthday of her
daughter, Marjorie. The
guests included Misses
Catherine White, Alice
Weston, Elsie Copeland,
' Olive Layden, Mary
Elizabeth Winslow, Syble
Rogerson, Helen Winslow,
Myrtle Winslow, Mae Edla
Asbell, Evelyn Copeland,
Mildred Copeland, Evelyn
White, Marie Anderson,
Elizabeth Elliott, Thelma
Chappell, Helen Layden,
Marjorie White, Deborah
White, Mary Louise Chap
pell, Dixie Chappell, Blan
che Chappell, Marjorie
Perry, Velma Layden,
Jewell White, and Mrs. T.P.
Layden, Colbert Byrum,
Emerson Asbell, Nelson
Lane, George Winslow,
Gilbert Byrum, Fentress
Winslow, J.L. Winslow,
A.D. Ward, Wallace
Assn.
Meets
The Northeastern North
Carolina - Electrical Con
tractors Association held
their Sept. 6 meeting at the
Knobbs Creek Parks and
Recreation Center Tuesday
night with a large majority
of its members and several
visitors present.
Some problems that elec
trical contractors are faced
with on their daily jobs
were brought up and
discussed and beneficial in
formation was given by
distributors present from
Shepherd Electric Supply
Co., R.S. Jordan Co., and
Beaufort Electric Supply
Co. There was also a discus
sion of the laws applicable
to electrical contractors in
the State of North Carolina,
and taxation laws. The re
mainder of the meeting was
devoted to questions on The
National Electrical Code.
This association is work
ing for the assurance that
the life, safety and property
of the public is protected
from the hazards involved
in the use of electricity. 1
MOORE'S
HOUSE PAINT
V A T
' Rf.fiAL '
C:;r:s Tl'-z
Back
Weston, Doras and Melvln
Copeland, Wayland White
Jr., Jack Anderson, Lyn
wood Twine, Eugene
Winslow, Hemby Chappell,
Clifton White, and Mr. and
Mrs. W.L. White.
Lunch
The following are the
lunch menus for Per
quimans County Schools for
the week of Sept. 19-23:
HERTFORD GRAMMAR
CENTRAL GRAMMAR
PERQUIMANS UNION
Mon.Sept.ll
Hot Dog on Roll
Slaw
Baked Beans
Dessert
Milk
Tues. Sept 20
Country Style Steak with
Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
String Beans
Hot Rolls
Milk
Wed. Sept 21
Bologna & Cheese
Sandwich
Tossed Salad
Half Pear
Cake Square
Milk
Thurs. Sept 22
Sloppy Joe on Bun
French Fries
Orange Juice
Milk
Fri.Sept23
Tuna Salad on Lettuce
Buttered Corn
Sliced Peaches
Crackers
Milk
PERQUIMANS HIGH
Mon. Sept. 19
Hot Dog on Roll OR
Hamburger on Bun
Slaw
Baked Beans
Fruit Cocktail
Milk
Tues. Sept. 20
Smoked Sausage OR
Country Style Steak
Whipped Potatoes
String Beans .
Applesauce
Hot Rolls
Milk
Wed. Sept 21
Pizza OR Bologna Ic Cheese
Sandwich
Tossed Salad .
TaterTots
Pear Halves
Cake Square
Your telephone gets regular
checkups. . .and you don't
have to worry about it.
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THE TELEPHONE in your home or office is just one small
end of a vast communications network that feces to
gether the entire nation. Your tc!:pcr.2 &ni the com
plex equipment you never see are chrcfcsd conct;r.t!y
and kept in superb working crd:r. In ."sn, if yc-jr
telephone ever nztis repslrinj f'x it t no extra czz,
C':;t tsrjsin in your hcuschcld fcr-jti: Yc-r t-ls-phsne,
cf cruras.
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NOTICE OP STATE ELtCTION
to be held on Tuesday, -
November a, iw
loth
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA
, on Issuance at
S300.000.0M
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
HIGHWAY BONOS
and on the Issuance of .
1230,000,000
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA
CLEAN WATER BONOS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
Hit qualified voter of Perquimans
County that, pursuant to tht pro
clamation issued by Govtrnor
James B. Hunt, Jr.. dated August 2,
177 and pursuant to the provision
Menus
Milk
Thurs. Septa
Sloppy Joe oa Bun OR
Batter Fried Fish
French Fries -Slaw
Orange Juice
Milk
Fri.SepL23
Tuna Salad on Lettuce OR
Turkey with Gravy
Buttered Corn
Garden Peas
Sliced Peaches
Angel Biscuit OR
Crackers
Milk
People In
The News
Noah Gregory was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Gregory in Chesapeake,
Va. on Saturday.
Mr.andMrs.CarlBrittof
Charlotte were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fenton Britt
Mrs. C.R. Holmes
returned home last week
from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Johnson in
Princeton, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. T.P.
Byrum, Mrs. Tom Byrum,
of Hertford. Mrs. George
Chappell of Belvidere and
Todd Winslow of Elizabeth
City were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Baker, Jr. in
Clayton on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker
and two daughters of Ger
mantown, Md. were guests
pf Mrs. Maude Lane last
weekend.
Mrs. B. Porter spent the
weekend at Virginia Beach,
Va. with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Hooper.
Miss Brenda Layden, stu
dent at ACC, Wilson, spent
the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Layden, at
Belvidere.
contained In Chapters St. 115. M,
521 and MO, Sttslon Laws of 177,
the Gantral Assembly of Norm
Carolina has calted a State election
to bo hM in each County of the
State of North Carolina on
Tuesday, Novembers. 177
at which the question of the is-
MMflCtOf
t3M.000.M0 State of North
Carolina Highway Bonds
and at which the question of the Is
suance of
$230,000,000 State of North
Carolina Clean Water Bonds
will be submitted to the qualified
voters of the State of North
Carolina, which questions shall be .
voted on.
The Issuance of the Stat of North
Carolina Highway Bonds has been
uthorlied by Chapter 43 of the
177 Session Laws of North
Carolina; the Issuance of the State
of North Carolina Clean Water
Bonds has been authorlted by
Chapter 77 of the 177 Session
Laws, both subject to a favorable
vote of a majority of the qualified
voters of the State who shall vote on .
the questions in said election.
The polls for said election will be
open from :30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.;
provided, however, that at voting
places at which voting machines
re used the County Board of Elec
tions may permit the polls to re
main open until 1: 30 p.m.
Absentee ballot will be allowed
In said election.
In accordance with the general
laws of the State of North Carolina,
. the times and places for registra
tion and the names of the elections
officials will be determined by the
authorlted officers of the County
and Information with reference
thereto and as to the location of the
voting places may be obtained from
the County Board of Elections.
Qualified voters who are not certain
whether they are registered for this
election should contact the County
Board of Elections.
Dated this Mth day of September,
177
William L.Tllley
Chairman,
County Board of Elections
$ept.U.,2f;Oct.o
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OP
AGRICULTURE
Rural Electrification
Administration
APPENDIX A
Statement of
Nondiscrimination
"Albemarle Electric Member
ship Corporation, Hertford, N.C.
and Roanoke Electric Membership
Corporation, Rich Square, N.C.
ha ve filed with the Federal Govern
ment a Compliance Assurance in
' which they assure the Rural Elec
trification Administration that they
will comply fully with all re
quirements of Title VI of the Civil
Rights Actof 14 and the Rules and
Regulations of the Department of
Agriculture issued thereunder, to
the end that no person in the United
States shall, on the ground of race,
color, or national origin, be ex
cluded from participation in, be
denied the benefits of, or be other
wise subiected to discrimination In
the conduct of their programs and
the operation of their facilities.
Under this Assurance, these
organliationt are committed not to
discriminate against any person on
the ground of race, color or national
origin In their policies and prac
tices relating to applications for
service or any other policies and
practices relating to treatment of
beneficiaries and participants ln
- eluding rates, conditions and exten
sion of service, use of any of their
facilities, attendance at and par
ticipation in any meetings of
beneficiaries and participants or
the exercise of any rights of such
beneficiaries and participants in
the conduct of the operations of
these organizations.
"Any person who believes
himself, or any specific class of in
dividuals, to be subiected by these
organizations to discrimination
prohibited by Title VI of the Act and
the Rules and Regulations issued
thereunder may, by himself or a
representative, file with ' the
Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. J0250, or the
Rural Electrification Administra
tion, Washington, D.C. 20250, or
these organizations, or all, a writ
ten complaint. Such complaint
must be filed not later than 0 days
after the alleged discrimination, or ;
by such later date to which the
Secretary of Agriculture or the
Rural Electrification Administra-.
tion extends the time for filing, t
Identity of complainants will be
kept confidential except to the
extent necessary to carry out the
Rurposes of the Rules and
emulations."
Sept.M
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF
PROCESS '
BY PUBLICATION
NORTH CAROLINA
PERQUIMANS COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL
COURT OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
BEFORE THE CLERK
FlleN0.77-$P-MARIE
BRYANT, Petitioner
- vs '-:-''.' ,-v
DOROTHY SAUNDERS,
Respondent. -
TO: DOROTHY SAUNDERS
TAKE NOTICE that a pleading
seeking relief against you has been
filed in the above entitled action.
The nature of the relief being
sought is as follows: a special pro
ceeding for determination of aban
donment by you of youpminor child.
You are required to make defense
to such pleading not later than the
4th day of October, 177, and upon
your failure to do so, the party seek
ing service against you will apply to .
the Court for the relief sought.
You are further notified that there
will be a hearing on the question of
abandonment of the 7th day of
October, in the office of the Clerk of
Superior Court of Perquimans Coun
ty, Hertford, North Carolina, at 2:30
o'clock p.m.
This the th day of August, 177.
William J. Bentley, Sr.
Attorney for Petitioner
100 South Front Street
Hertford, NC 2744
Telephone: (1) 424-5327
Aug.25;Sept.U,1S
NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO
SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON
THE ENVIRONMENT
September IS, 1977
Town of Hertford. North Carolina
114 West Grubb Street
Hertford, North Carolina 2744
(1) 426-7005
TO ALL INTERESTED AGEN
CIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS:
The above-named City proposes
to request the U.S. Department of
Housing end Urban Development to
release Federal funds under Title I
of the Housing and Community
Development Act of 174 (PL
3-383) to be used for the following
proiect:
The King Street Area Community
Development Proiect is to be in
itiated including the following:
1. Provide relocation assistance
to families and individuals.
2. Provide legal and real estate
appraisal fees.
3. Acquisition of land with
blighting influence to permit. the
redevelopment of thearee to catate
iiillil mm
Perdue is holding open
house Sunday, September
18 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the
Joe Lee farm near Colerain
to introduce you to our new
galvanized steel broiler,
house. -'
Unlike plywood panels,,
galvanized steel siding
needs no scraping or paint
ing. Perdue's automatic v
feeding, watering and ,
heating systems can save
vaiuebb time. And our ZVtt
inch-thick insulation saves
energy.
Como ceo the new v
broiler heu:o that practi
ce' tc!:ciccro of it:c!f.
V.'j'il crv: ycu refreshments
end ycu may even win a -
a standard living environment.
.. 4. Provide site clearance
and demolition of substandard
structures. , .
S. Provide needed site Im
provements such as sanitary
sewer, water, storm drainage and
paved streets. -
e. Provide rehabilitation grants
or loans to permit rehabilitation of
structures found to be economically
feasible for rehabilitation.
The project area consists of ap
proximately 4.7 acres of land in the
Town of Hertford in Perquimans
County, North Carolina. The pro
iect boundary begins at the in
tersection of Gum Street and King
Street thence along the King Street
right-of-way in an easterly direc
tion 260 to a property .corner;
thence southerly along a property
line approximately W to a prop
erty corner; thence easterly along
property lines approximately 140'
to a property corner; thence nor
therly along a property line approx
imately 10' to a property corner;
thence easterly along a property
line approximately 50 to a property
comer; thence northerly along Co
vent Garden Street approximately
110' to a property corner; thence
easterly across Covent Garden
Street and along property lines ap
proximately HO to a property cor
ner; thence southerly along prop
arty lines approximately 200 to a
property corner; thence westerly
along a property line approxi
mately' 60' to a property corner on
the eastern right-of-way of Covent
Garden; thence southerly along the
eastern right-of-way of Covent .
Garden approximately 280' to a
point in said right-of-way; thence
westerly across Covent Garden and
along a line' perpendicular to said
right-of-way approximately 475' to
a point in the eastern right-of-way
of Gum Street; thence northerly
The
Perquimans Weekly
Court House Square
HERTFORD, N.C. 27944
Entered as second class
matter November 15, 1934
at Post Office in Hertford,
N.C.
v RAY WARD -
General Manager
KATHY NEWBERN
News Edfor
, OFFICi HOURS
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Monday-Thursday
PHONE 426-5728
News and advertising deadline: 11
a.m. Tues. prior to Thurs. pub
lication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR
7.50
"ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS
PAYABLE IN ADVANCI"
Published By
Advance Publications
. " Inc.
Elizabeth City, N.C.
11
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along said right-of-way approxi
mately 500f to the point of begin
ning. The estimated cost of the pro
iect is S439.700.
- It has been determined that such
request for release of funds will not
constitute an 'action significantly
affecting the quality of the human
environment and accordingly, the
above-named City has decided not
to prepare an Environmental Im
pact Statement under the National
Environmental Policy Act of 16
(PL1-10).
Tha reasons for such decision not
to prepare such Statement were as
follows:
(1) The proiect will remove ex
isting blighting Influences and will
create a more attractive living '.
environment.
(?) Proposed site improvements
will provide a better living condi
tion for residents. -
(3) Property values will be main
tained or increased by the
redevelopment of the area with
standard homes.
(4) The protect will permit the
re-platting of the land to create a
standard neighborhood.
(5) No historic sites or structures
will be disturbed by proposed pro
iect activities.
(6) No adverse effects are an
ticipated from proiect activities
on- the waterways or natural
environments.
An Environmental Review
Record respecting the environment
within the proiect has been made
by the above-named County wich
documents the environmental
review of the proiect and more fully
sets forth the reason why such
statement is not required. This En
vironmental Review Record is on
file at the above address and is
available for public examination
Thyroid cancer
from X-rays
Question: Are dental X
rays included in the
latest thyroid cancer
ecaref Answer: No. A
warning was issued to
those people having had
X-ray treatment for con
ditions such as enlarge
ment of the tonsils, ade
noids or the thymus
gland, acne, ringworm of
the scalp, or deafness due
to , lymphoid tissue
Woodard's Pharmacy
Dial 426-5527
valuable door prize. This
open house could open the
door to prof it. . .
Here's where you can open
the door to profit:
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lrowtu.tviu.1 . I
- ffl m m " : I
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WINOSO I
The Joe Lee farm, west of Colsrcin
on N.C. SCO
and copying, upon request, at the
Town Manager's Office, between
thehoursof:00AMend5:00PM.-, (
No further environmental review
of such proiect is proposed to be
conducted prior to the request for
All Interested agencies, groups
and persons disagreeing with this
decision are invited to submit writ-
TO uniiiiinii, iw vwiuniimir
the City to the Mayor of Hertford,'
North Carolina. Such written com-
mmI, aiwuilH h rwalvMl at the erf.
; dress below on or before October h ,
177. All such comments so
received will be considered and the
. City will not request the release of
Ewral fiinHft nr take env ad
ministrative action on the proiect
prior to the date specified in tha
preceding sentence.
Mr. W.D. Cox, Mayor
Town of Hertford, North Carolina -
114 West Grubb Street
Hertford, North Carolina 2744
Sopt.1S.1f77
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified es Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Joseph .
Richard Rogerson, Sr., 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 tha
undersigned at Route 1, Box 5
Hertford, N.C. on er before the 16th
day of February 171 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted 1o
said estate will pleas make im
mediate payment. .
This lth day of August 177.
LcClaireW. Rogerson,
Administratrix '
Administratrix of Joseph ' I
Richard Rogerson, Sr. Deceased ,
Aug.25;Sept.1A15,77 '
1 - I
Your Pharmacist
Charles Woodard
-Says J
WiMMturd'a I'hiiriMry, III I N. fr Slnrl.
, Hertford. N O M. 5JJ7
around the Eustachian
tube. , ..
The warning urged
such people to let their
physician examine their
throat md neck, right
away, and to repeat the
exam at two or three year
intervals. Such patients
are said to have above
average chances of devel
oping thyroid tumors.
PrMcnptHM KfwriMtiaU
Hertford, N.C.
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