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FROM OUR
EXCHANGES
NO MENTION WHETHER
THE EGG WAS COOKED
Here’s something for Bob Ripley:
J. Edgar Bryan, County Treasurer,
drove from his home early last week,
a distance of ten miles to his office
in Centreville, Queen Anne’s county.
After parking and getting out of the
car he heard a cackle from under
the hood. Investigating he found
one of the chickens from his farm
had quietly rode the ten miles with
him. She is not a lazy hen, either,
for while she enjoyed her drive she
layed an egg which we understand
was turned over to Sheriff Earl
Coursey.
The hen walks under the car and!
jumps up on the drip pan and sits
there to lay her eggs. This is not
the first time she has enjoyed a ride
according to Mr. Bryan. Twice be
fore she has been a willing passenger
but those times she cackled and was
put in the trunk before the car had
gone very far.
Now before leaving home Mr. Bry
an looks under the hood for the hitch
hiking hen and the eggs she lays.
BUDGET FOR VIRGINIA
ROADS ANNOUNCED
At the meeting of the Board of
Supervisors on Wednesday of last
week the Department of Highways
submitted a budget for the year July
1, 1942, to June 30, 1943, for the
maintenance and improvement of sec
ondary roads in Accomack County.
This budget shows $106,816.30 avail
able for maintenance and $25,282.33
for construction or a total of $132,-
098.63.
The Board recommended to the
Compensation Board of Virginia that
E. P. Parks, sheriff, be permitted to j
appoint two full time deputies and
four part time deputies beginning!
Janaury 1, 1943.
The Board unanimously adopted a
resolution postponing the sales of
JUNK RALLY
For POCOMOKE CITY
NATIONAL SCRAP HARVEST
WED. October 7 l®fci||j|gg^
ELEMENTARY .
School Grounds v '^llbl
Junk helps make guns,
tanks, ships for our r i
£• Li • JUNK MAKES FIGHTING WEAPONS J
righting men *j jjf
# # - # _ \\ // One old disc will provide fJ
Bring in anything made %
of metal or rubber . . .
One old plow will help _
make one hundred 75-mm.
armor-piercing projectiles.
* r% • J* • ■ ® ne useless old tire ff f f
Bring your family d r e * s
Spend the day •.-IST 4-
Meet your friends °r P “" ml '
Let’s Jolt them with Junk
j >W§V v r POCOMOKE CITY
B. FULLER WALTERS
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delinquent real estate “to the full ex
tent as is authoribed by virtue of i
Sec. 2460 of the Va. Code as amend- •
ed by the Acts of Va. Assembly of
1938.”
MOTOR INSPECTION IN
VIRGINIA FOR A MONTH
Motor vehicle inspection will be <
due again in October, according to a
proclamation just signed by Governor
Colgate W. Darden. Every vehicle in j
Virginia must be inspected between
October Ist and November Ist, with ,
no extensions likely. The inspection ,
lis designated as being for safety and ,
i conservation.
Motorists were urged to make their ,
plans early for inspection. The De- .
partment of State Police suggests
that owners make an appointment ;
i with their inspection stations to avoid (
unnecessary driving to the station (
perhaps to find them too busy to take ,
any additional cars.
The inspection period last May was ,
extended by proclamation of the!
Governor, but the State Police report
that it did not accomplish its pur
pose.
The October inspection will be very
similar to previous inspections, Ma
jor Woodson said.
j,
AMER. LEGION FAVORS
THE 18-19 DRAFT AGE
The American Legion at their j
Statewide Convention in Kansas C ity,
Monday, requested the draft age be
lowered to 18-19 and urged Congress!
to pass legislation calling for com-j
pulsory military training after the!
war in which every youth would be
required to have at least one year of
training before he reaches the age of
21.
A demand also was voiced for a
navy large enough to meet any con
tingency that might arise in a World
War.
i Supplementing it’s appeal for a
National Service Act conscripting
j man power for war production, the
Legion reiterated a demand for its
! long sponsored universal service act,
’ calling for the drafting of all re
WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND
sources of the nation, including cap-!
ital, labor, industry and agriculture ! i
as well as the fighting man power.
HUNG JURY IN C ASE
01 NORTHAMPTON TREAS.
The- trial of Eber V. Downes, only
commonwealth ease before the pres-;
cnt term of the circuit court, so far.
last week, resulted in a hung jury.:
Hearing of all evidence was com-j
pleted and the case given to the jury. (
After some deliberation they were!
discharged for the night and return
ed the next morning, reporting the;
deadlock an hour and a half later.
Downes, 73-year-old former tre.*r>-
urer of Northampton county, was ar
rested last December 2, charged with
misappropriation of $2,300, although
State Auditor McCarthy Downs stat
ed there was an “admitted shortage
of between $17,000 and $18,000.” He
was released on $5,000 bond, and his \
first case came up on Monday, the
27th of April. The case was heard
before Judge Herbert G. Smith, of
the corporation court of Newport
News, and resulted in a hung jury.
At the time of the April trial!
there were two warrants charging!
shortages of $2,300 and $16,914.77.;
When arrested in December, Downes
admitted responsibility for the short
ages, but in April and on the day
of trial last week his plea was “not!
guilty.” 1
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Dowries had been treasurer of Nor
thampton county from 1912 until his <
resignation in December, following :
disclosure of the shortages. i
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Myrtle M. Knisell from Lily B.
Brimer, real estate in or near Stock
ton, on the N. side of the road or
street leading from Stockton to
George’s Island Landing, in the Bth i
Elec. Dist. Consideration .$lO &c. j ;
Robert J. Fisher and Nannie G.,
his wife, from Wm. H. Price, Adm’r. j<
&c., real estate in the 3rd Elec. Dist,
on the State Highway leading from
Berlin to Ocean City and opposite the j
“Riddle Farm.” Consideration $2,710.
Myrtle A. Polk from Norman E.
Sartorius and wife, real estate at the
cor. of Walnut and Fourth Sts., in
Pocomoke Citv. Consideration $lO
&c.
Atwood O. Lynch from Elizabeth
Evan.*, real e-rate on the Northerly
side of Ocean City Harbor and the
Southerly side of North Harbor Road,
in the 10th Elec. Dist. Considera
tion $lO &c.
Atwood O. Lynch from Elizabeth;
Evans, real estate on the West side
of and binding upon Philadelphia I
Ace., in Ocean City, in the 10th Elec, j
Dist. Consideration $lO &c.
Samuel L. Tarr and Marie T., his
wife, from Myrtle Knisell and hus-i
hand, real estate on the North side
of the County Road leading from
Stockton to Georg -'- Island Landing,
in the st.h Elec. Di-' Con-rh-ration,
$lO &<:.
JiO.WEA MOTOR EXPRESS
PAYS 515.097.0fi DAMAGES
Seven of the cases against the
Bonney Motor Express. Inc., pending
in the Circuit Court of Accomack
County as the result of the accident
at Keller, on July 20th. when five
women were killed, were compromis
ed last Friday. The plaintiffs com
NATIONAL FURNJTIJREWEEK
;To H 11 . t ..a to * o 111
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18th Century Genuine
Mahogany Bedroom Suite
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... IN SALISBURY
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romised their cases for $15,097.06
nd vacation orders were entered.
S ‘rteM# r/
Friday, October 2, 1942
Use turpentine for fresh paint
stains. If the paint is too dry, it
will not soak out. The turpentine
ioos not affect colored fabrics. Rinse
out well before rubbing with 3oap.
Sponge delicate fabrics with chloro
form to remove paint.
Remember Bataan
11 JM A Dime Out of
Every Dollar in
U.S. War Bonds

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