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Ail now furniture
&M0 square loot showroom
Badham Road, Edenton
? ten 9:00 a.m. to t:M p.m. Mon.ttiry
Pri Open Saturday 9:00 a.m. to *:?.
?SALES POSITION? 1. Honest. 2.
Willing to wort hard. ]. Have a back
bane. 4. Want high earnings. Guaranteed
iiicome to start. 5. Agressive. 6. Have
integrity. Do you qualify? *12,000 to
S9.000 Income first year. Send resume
Mitt) telephone number to Mr. Dale, Rt.
2( Box 494, Elizabeth City. NC 27909.
, NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE
Scaled bids in single copy will be
received in the Mayor's office, Hertford
Ttjwn Hall. 114 West Grubb Street,
Hertford, NC until 11 :00 a.m., local time
at place of bid opening, February 19,
1J60. and then be publicly opened and
read for the construction of a water
b^sed recreational development. This
development is located adjacent to the
^erquimans River in the Town of
? yirlford, Perquimans County, North
ItThe estimated quantities of the major
items of work are:
Bid Schedule I (Site B)
lWsq. yds. Boat Ramp
13,500 sq. ft. Trailer Parking Area
lit Lin. Ft. Boat Docks
B.ld Schedule II (Site A)
1 Mb Plar-Oack and Wood Plies
130b Restroom Facilities
l,job Picnic Shelter
Sid Schedule III (Electrical)
VJob Wiring Restrooms and Fixtures
_i? Each Lighting Fixtures
W jlX Lin. Ft. Underground Wiring
^One contract will be awarded for each
<H the above listed bid schedules. Bid
ders are invited to submit bids for
sChedule I, II or III or any combination
?The estimated price range for each of
tfle bid schedules is $10,000 to (150,000
-Bid Security in an amount of not less
than five percent (51 of the total bid
?ice must be submitted with each bid
l?ss than 125,000. Bids in excess of
$5,000 must be accompanied by bid
Security in an amount of not less than
t wenty percent (201 of the amount bid.
Security may be in the form of a Bid
Bond, Cashiers' or Certified Check,
Postal Money Order or Cash.
* The successful bidder will be required
to execute a formal contract. If the bid
exceeds SI0.000, a performance and
payment bond, each in the amount of 100
percent of the total amount of the con
pact, must befumished. .
< A contract will not be awarded to a
firm in which any official of the spon
|orir>g local organization, the con
fr acting local organization, or any
jnember of such official's immediate
g family has direct or indirect interest in
* pie pecuniary profits or contracts of
* All work listed for bid schedule I shall
be completed within 102 calendar days
Jfter the date of receipt of notice to
proceed. All work listed for bid
schedules II and III shall be completed
(yithin 210 calendar days after the date of
receipt of notice to proceed.
I Prospective bidders may assemble at
?tie Mayor's office, Hertford Town Hall,
Jl4 West Grubb Street, Hertford, North
Carolina on Friday, February 1, 1900 for
gf.k group showing of the work site. The
x/tyoup will assemble at 10:00 a.m. on the
bbove date. If you are unable to attend
m# group showing. arrangements to
impact me site may be made with Mr.
W. D. Cox. contracting officer for the
town of Hartford. P. 0. Box 32, Hartford,
North Carolina mu, Telephone *1* 4Jt
Complete assembly of the invitation
tor bids may be obtained from ihe
Note: prospective bidders are
cautioned that licensing requirements of
the North Carolina Licensing Board of
Contractors must be met in order to be
considered for award of a contract.
Jan. 31. Feb. 7
NOTICE OF SALE
W. CORBIN DOZIER, etux;
EVA JAMES E. DOZIER, CHARLES E
CAMPEN, et ux. BLANCHE B CAM
MARTHA DOZIER LINDLE Y, widow;
EUGENIA DOZIER PARKER, divor
JUDY DOZIER JONES, et vir,
WILLIAM CHERRY, et ux, CAROL
CORBIN L. CHERRY, divorced;
EILEEN TURNER OBRADOVICH, et
DAVID OBRADOVICH, JAMES W.
DELORES TURNER. JOHN H.
ROSEMARY TURNER; WILLIAM
Under and by virtue of an order of the
Superior Court of Perquimans County,
made in this special proceeding, the
undersigned commissioner will, on the
15th day of February, 1980, at 12.00 noon,
at the courthouse door in Hertford,
North Carolina, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash that certain
house and lot situated in the Town of
Hertford, North Carolina, described as
Designated as No. 213 South Church
Street and further described as follows:
BEGINNING at the corner of William
Mardre lot (now Robert A. White) on
Church Street and running an easterly
course along said Mardre (now White)
lot 125 feet; thence a southerly course 50
feet to a street laid off running at right
angle with Church Street: thence along
said street to said Church Street 125 feet;
thence along said Church Street 50 feet
to the place of BEGINNING, and being
the lot conveyed by deed dated May 20.
1908, from E.V. Perry and wife, Susie S.
Perry to J.L. Dozier and recorded in
Book 8, page 97, Public Registry,
This sale will be made subject to all
outstanding and unpaid taxes, if any,
and any encumbrances, liens and
matters of record, if any. A deposit of 10
percent of his bid will be required of the
This 9th day of January, 1980
Walter G. Edwards, Commissioner
Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix of
the estate of Hilton McCoy White,
deceased late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the estate
. of said d^cjased Jo exhibit them to the
undersigned at Route i. Box 255, Hert
ford, N.C. on or before the 17th of July,
1980, or this notice will be pleaded in bar
OWN YOUR OWN
RCTAIL APPAREL SHOP
Offer the latest in jeans,
denims and sportswear.
$14,850.00 includes inventory
fixtures, etc. Complete Store!
Open in as little as 2 weeks
anywhere in U.S.*. (also
available infants, childrens
and pre-teen shop). Call
JOANN, TOLL FREE
of thalr recovery All persons indebted to
said male will please make Immediate
This lOfti day of January, I960
Jeanne C. White. Administratrix
of Hilton McCoy White. Dec'd.
Jan. 17.24.11. Feb. 7
NOTICE OF SERVICE
LILLIAN M. ALEXANDER. (Single),
IDA SIMPSON (Single); etals.
TO: Muriel Roper Jones and husband.
Mr. Jones; Arthur Hassell and wile,
Rebecca Hassell; Joe W. Felton;
William Louis Hassell and Donald
TAKE NOTICE that a pleading
seeking relief against you has been tiled
in the above entitled Special Proceeding.
The nature of the relief being sought is
To sell at public sale the lands of T.B
Alexander, and more particularly
bounded and described as follows
All that certain tract bounded on the
North by the lands of I.A. White and
Isaac Bembry, on the East by the lands
of E E. Harrell; on the Soutn by the
lands of J.H. Mansfield and on the West
by the Public Road leading from Bethel
to Delight Nixon Fork, containing thirty
five (35) acres, more or less, being the
same lands conveyed to T.B Alexander
by deed dated January 25, 1919 duly
recorded in the Perquimans County
You are required to make defense to
such pleading not later than me 27th day
of February, I WO. which date it torty
(401 days from the date o i the first
publication of this notice, and upon your
failure to do so, the petitioner will make
application for a Guardian Ad Litem to
be appointed for you and tor the relief
This the Ith day of January, 1M0.
EARNHARDT & BUSBY, P A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
Max S. Busby
102 West Eden Street
P.O. Box 445
Eden ion, North Carolina 27*32
Telephone : 919 4(2 4441
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Ralph Edgar Miller, 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 un
dersigned at P. 0. Box 411, Hertford, N.
C. on or before the 25th day of July, 1980
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
This 18th day of January, 1980
Ralph Edward Miller, Executor
Executor of Ralph Edgar Miller, Dec'd
Jan. 24, 31, Feb. 7, and 14.
Free tree give away
The National Arbor Day
Foundation is offering free
fruit trees as part of its 1980
campaign to encourage tree
The Arbor Day Foundation,
a non-profit organization, is
working to improve the
quality of life in communities
throughout the country by
encouraging tree planting.
The Foundation will give
three fruit trees to new
members contributing $10 or
more. Each tree will be 3 to 4
feet tall. All trees will be
ready for planting and will be
sent postage paid.
The foundation says that if
the trees are planted ac
cording to the enclosed in
structions they will provide
years of enjoyment and will
add to the foundation's goal of
a greener America. And they
will bring fruit to the table
year after year.
To become a member of the
organization and to receive
the three free fruit trees, a
contribution of $10 or more
should be sent to National
Arbor Day Foundation, Arbor
Lodge 100, Nebraska City,
The donation should be sent
along with a choice of any of
the following trees. Any
combination or as many of
any one variety may be
?Apple: Red Delicious;
Yellow Delicious; Stay men;
Winesap; Red Rome Beauty;
or Red Jonathan.
?Peach: Belle of Gerorgia;
Elberta; J.H. Hale; Golden
Jubilee; or Hale Haven.
?Cherry: Montmorency; and
?Apricots: Moorpark; and
?Pears: Bartlett; andKieffer.
THE PERQUIMANS COUNTY
Will Accept Applications
For The Position Of Clerk
Applications will be accepted
till 1 2 noon, February 1 4, 1 980.
Call Keith Haskett, Tax Supervisor
426-7010 for appointment
Valuable Farms for Sale
(1) LEE BUTT TRACT
SR 1207 Behind Riddick Grove Church
49.1 Acres Cleared, 12 Acres High Woods
37.1 Acres Swamp
(2) EDMOND RIDDICK TRACT
SR 1200 ft 1207 Across From Riddick Grove Church
94.6 Acres Cleared
TERMS OF SALE:
Cadi Upon Mhmj of Duly Executed Warrant; Deed
DATE & TIME OF SALE:
9 FEBRUARY 19S0 AT 11A.M.
PLACE OF SALE:
Perquimans County Courthouse
10% of bid required as deposit. Final sale if bid is accepted.
Owner* reserve the right to refect all bids. '
Per Further Information Contacts
WALTER G. EDWARDS. JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
9 1 9-426-7387
? . ... ,,w,u, r*.*.., niursoay, j?n. ji, ivw?
Beamon hears short court docket
Judge Grafton Beaman
heard the following cases at
the Wednesday session of
Perquimans County District
On the Civil Calendar
divorces were granted to
Pricilla M. Outlawh vs.
Robert Outlawh, Jr.; Wanda
Owens Gillikin vs. Johnny Ray
Gillikin; and Joseph E.
Riddick vs. Patricia H. Rid
Criminal cases included:
Robert Cooper, charged with
assualt, was given a fine of
$25.00 and cost;
Wanda Kay Owens was
found guilty of possession of
controlled substance and was
taxed with a fine of $25.00 and
William James Ashley,
charged with driving with
license revoked, received a 60
day sentence suspended with
unsupervised probation, a fine
of $200.00 and cost, was or
dered to surrender his driver's
license to the court, and was
told not to operate a motor
vehicle in North Carolina until
duly relicensed. A certified
copy of the judgment was to be
sent to the Virginia Depart
ment of Motor Vehicles;
Aaron Alfred Reid was
found guilty of selling malt
beverage after required hours
and was given a 60 day sen
tence suspended for 2 years, a
fine of $100.00 and cost, and
was told not to be convicted of
violation of 18A - North
Carolina, for 2 years.
Jake L. White, III, was
found guilty of reckless
driving after drinking and was
taxed with a fine of $100.00 and
Robert Andrew Reid,
charged with sale of malt
beverage and wine after
specified hours, received a 90
day sentence suspended for 2
years, a fine of $150.00 and
Market summary : prices up
A total of 10,107 feeder pigs
were sold on 13 state sales
during the week of January 21,
according to the Market News
Service of the North Carolina
Department of Agriculture.
Prices were $3.50 to $6.50
higher per hundred pounds on
40 to 70 pound pigs. US 1-2 pigs
weighing 40-50 pounds
averaged $62.32 per hundred
pounds with No. 3s $54.37; 50
60 pound l-2s averaged $59.12,
No. 3s $48.61; 60-70 pound l-2s
$54.02, No. 3s $46.01; 70-80
pound l-2s $47.26 per hundred
pounds with No. 3s $39.59.
Weekly livestock auctions
held within the state the week
of January 21, saw market
hogs bringing mostly $37.70 to
$39.50 and sows 300-600 pounds
$24. to $37. per hundred
Market hogs at daily cash
buying stations about the state
sold steady to SO lower during
week of January 21 and
ranged mostly $38.00 to $39.50
per hundred pounds.
Corn prices steady to 5 cents
higher and soybeans were
irregular through Thursday,
January 24, compared to the
same period of the previous
week. No. 2 yellow shelled
corn ranged mostly $2.75 to
$2.90 in the Eastern part of the
state and $2.75 to $2.90 in the
Piedmont; No. 1 yellow
soybeans ranged mostly $6.24
to $6.52 in the East and $6.15 to
$6.44 in the Piedmont; No. 2
red winter wheat $4.11 to
$4.30; No. 2 red oats $1.55 to
$1.70. New crop prices quoted
for harvest delivery corn $2.74
to $2.98, soybeans $6.88 to
$7.10. Wheat $4.13 to $4.35, oats
$1.28 to $1.29.
List Your ^opeity With
William F. Ainsley
L pial 426 - 7659
cost, and was told not to be
convicted of violation of 18A -
North Carolina, for 2 years. *
The weapon was ordered to be
returned to the defendant;
Traffic violations and fines
were ? Terry Haywood Jones,
unsafe speed, $5.00 and cost;
Emmett Hofler Wiggins,
exceeding safe speed, (5.00 ?
and cost; William Jones,
failure to yield right-of-way at
stop sign, $75.00 and cost; Ray
Richard Story, reckless
driving $125.00 and cost;
Diego Ibanze Bembury, no
operator's license, $50.00 and
LATEX WALL PAINT
? Premium quality
? Over 1000 colors
? Dries quickly
? High hiding, washable finish
? Soapy water cleanup
LANDING SUPPLY CO.
The Board of Commissioners of Per
quimans County will accept sealed bids
for the removal of the single story por
tion of the J.C. Blanchard building located
on Front Street, Hertford, N.C. Bidders
will be required to furnish evidence of
liability insurance satisfactory to the
Board at the time bids are submitted.
Bids must be submitted before 7:30 P.M.,
February 18, 1980. The Board reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
bids. Additional information may be
obtained from Commissioners Joseph
W. Nowell, Jr. and Lester H. Simpson.
Board of Commissioners
By: Jeanne C. White, Clerk
Ask For Allen Winslow , Wayne Winslow or Don Evans
US 17 N, HERTFORD, N.C. Ho,n: 9 (^:JJl!oo'2t
DEALER'S LIC.N0. 1741
Rental Cars Available For As Little As
$15.00 Per Day And $.15 Per Mile
Service Dept.: 426-5654
USED CAR BUYS
79 LTD II, 2-dr. $5,500.00
V8, AT, PS. AC, R.
79 Fairmont Futura $6,000.00
6-cyl? AT, AC, PS, R.
78 Fiesta, 3-dr. $3,800.00
4-cyl., 4-spd., K.
78 For Landau, 4-dr. $4,800.00
V8, AC, AT. PS.
78 Chrysler Cordoba $4,500.00
2-dr., V8, AT, AC, PS, R.
78 Thunderbird, 2-dr. $5,000.00
V8, AT, PS, AC, R.
77 Ford LTD, 4-dr. $4,000.00
V8, AT, AC, PS. R.
76 LTD, 4-dr. $3,000.00
V8, AT, PS, AC, R.
75 Dodge Charger, 2-dr. $2,195.00
AC, PS, PB, AT.
75 Chev. Malibu, 2-dr. $2,250.00
R, AC, PS, AT, VT.
74 Chev. Camaro, 2-dr. $1,995.00
V8, AT, PS, AC, R.
74 Olds Cutlass, 2-dr. $1,595.00
V8, AT, PS, AC, R.
74 Maverick, 4-dr. $1,500.00
72 LTD Squire Wagon $1,200.00
V8, AT, PS, R.
USED TRUCK BUYS
79 Ford Club Wagon $9,000.00
8 Past., V8, AT, AC. PS.
78 Chev. CIO Silverado $5,00.00
78 Chev. CIO Silverado $6,000.00
4x4, V8.AT.PS, PB. AC, R.
76 Ford F100 Custom $4,000.00
4*4. V8, AT, AC,
76 Chev. C10 $3^00.00
V8, AT, IB.
76 Dodge Van $3,000.00
76 Ford Club Wagon $4,500.00
12 Pass., V8, AT, AC. PS.
75 Ford F250 $1,000.00
PS. V8, ST, LB.
74 Chev. CIO $2,050.00
V8, AT, PS, R. LB.
73 Chev. CIO $1,600.00
V8, ST. LB.
73 Ford F100 $1,600.00
V8. AT, PS, LB.
72 Ford WOO Tractor $3,500.00
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