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April 21, 1950     The Clinch County News
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APRIL 21, 1950. r THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS PAGE FIVE. PAGE SEVEN Paid by County Commissioners FOR MONTH OFMARCH, 1950. Purpose- ~tarper .................................... 4 weeks salary ine ............................................ 4 weeks salary ......................................... 4 ,weeks salary ......................................... 4 weeks salary Smith .................................... 4 weeks salary ............................................ 4 weeks salary Smith .................................... 4 weeks salary Iffinsen .................................... 4 weeks salary ........................................ Salary ..................................... Salary Amount: $14o.oo 140.00 140.-00 140.00 140.00 108.00 105.00 108.0o 91.85 91.85 D. O. Tomlin~on ................................ Court Order 163.70 G. C. Pafford .................................... Sal. Clk. 100.00 Ga. Power & Light Co ..................... Elect. Serv. 39.88 C. J. King .......................................... ~Frt. & exp. 10.02 EloPe Griffin ...................................... Sal. Health Clk. 115.00 J. T. Riggins ........................................ Sal. Chron. 200.00 Roy Douglas ........................................ Labor, Arabia Courthouse 42.00 Mrs. W. R. Dickerson ........................ Sal. Wel. Dir, 235.'00 Mrs. Ila Douglas ................................ Sal. Wel. Clk. 122.00 Roy Douglas ........................................ L~bor, Arabia Courthouse 48.00 Edgar Lindsay .................................. Labor, Arabia Courthouse 27.20 Glen Rigdon ...................................... Labor, Ar$~bia Caurthouse 52.50 R. M. Coon ......................................... Part of Tax Receiver's Com. 'on 1950 Digest 620.00 Universal Mfg. & Supply Co ......... Supplies 39.25 Dr. J. D. Turrentine ........................ Dental Clinic 60.0(:~ Gene Hill ............................................ Dental Assistant 12~i~::~ Foster Machinery Co ......................... Repairs 245.~~.,, Loree M. Spells ................................ Feb. & Mar. Health Expense 25_"~7 Homerville Telephone Co ................. Telephone Serv. 38.15 G. B. Lee ............................................ Per diem and mileage 24.~t~:~ E. H. Smith ................ : ..................... Per diem and mileage 25.~,. Homerville Motor Co ......................... Repairs 21.~ Agnes E. Smith ................................ Vital Statistics 6~jr~; S. D. Tomlinson ................................ Vital S~atistics 13.5t~, Ga. Serum Co ................................. Serum 133.:~tr.,.~~ Atlanta Serum Co ............................. Serum 593.IT:; Cullens' Service Station .................... Repairs 4~=~ Loree M. S~ells ................................ Sal. Health Nurse 134.~,7, Glen S. O'Dell .................................... Sat. Sahitarian 55.~ ........................................ Salary Covbitt .................................... Salary .............................................. Salary ....................... Frt. & Exp. ]J has for every room in the home See Us Before You Buy At | 91.85 120.00 100.20 2.07 "none ! Huey Hospital .................................... Support of poor Mrs. Chance 25.00 O. O. Freeman .................................... Rent Highway office 15.00 King~ & Strick]and ............................ Supplies 4.90 Slash Pine & Elect. Corp ................. Elect. Argyle Courthouse 4.10 Kirkland's Service Station ................ Repairs 6.00 Jernig-an Funerm Home ................... Support of poor, Chauncey inf 15.00 John Futch ........................................ Wood, 2 cords 18.00 Motor Parts Co ................................. Supplies 1.60 City Market ........................................ Supplies 3.15 Smith Hd~ve. Co .................................. Supplies 2.00 The Clinch County News .................. S.ta. & Prt. 35.05 Wheeler Motor Company .................. Repairs 3.05 Ga. Supply Co ................................. Repairs 2.62 Homerville Hdwe. & Furn. Co ......... Supplies 119.04 Southeastern Brick Co. Inc ............. Supplies, Arabia courtltouse 100.28 Foote & Davies, Inc ......................... Sta. & Prt. M. D. Moody & Sons, Inc ............. Repairs Ben T. Willoughby ............................ Sal. Co. Atty. Little Suwannee Lbr. Co ................. Lumber Downing Musgrove ............................. Sal. Solicitor E. J. Smith ........................................ Sat. Co. Judge Edward Parrish ............................... Sal. Solicitor General W. J. Summerall ................................ Sal. Court Reporter A. N. b-~nlth ........................................ Sal. Co. Agent H. G. Huey Gas & Oil Co ................. Grease & Oil C. Wooten .................................... Jail board, keys and cost ~). 0C. Hughes, Jr ............................. Grease . . Tomlinson ................................ Court cost A. L. Griffis ...................................... Per diem and mileage Rewis' Garage ........................... ~ ........ Repairs W. C. Williams .................................. Per die mand mileage W. C. Wooten ...... i. ............................ Ins. Prems. i Tractors & Equip, Inc ..................... Repairs Waehtel' Physician Supply Co ......... Health ]!~xpense Dr. A. I. R.obbins ............................ MC~ Clinic 20.52 15.76 25.00 270.00 50.00 50.00 61.25 41.18 100.00 697.36 796.30 3.38 303.5O 26.00 143.00 25.00 234.31 65.82 7.01 30.00 Loree M. Spells , ............................... Bal. Due on March Sal. ~ff:Sq~: TOTAL ............................................................................................ $8 O ~qS~.'.* CASH RECEIVED Geo. B. Hamilton ............................. Fuel tax 3,7~O~ W. C. Wooten ..................................... Fines 1~,9.(~C,,~ State of Georgia ................................ Health Dept. 3~9,~, TOTAL RECEIPT,S ........................................................................ $4,25~.Z~: ~ We, the Clinch Co. Corers., do here- by certify that the above is a tru,e J.T. RIGGINS, and correct copy of hills paid by us Chairman for the month of March, 1950. Also a true and correct amount of money G.C. PAFFORD, received. Clerk. Census Will Reveal School Needs Wken the Census taker calls at American homes in this month he will ask several questions the an- swers to wl~ich will have a direct bearin~g, on measuring the future school needs of every community in the country, it is pointed out by Walter F. Hinson, Jr., Census D~s- trict Supervisor in Waycross. These inquiries will relate to: 1. Number of children of pre- school age, classified by age. 2. Number of school children, classified by age and by grade of school comoleted. 3. Number of college students, i Ill i Pure Oil's newest, greatest motor oil is ready now at your Pure Oil dealer's, just in time to be part of Pure Oil's fa- mous Bumper-to-Bumper Change-over Service this spring. It's made in a new multi-million-dollar plant. It combines all the modem motor oil refinements--for better engine protection, for lower oil consumption--for you. It's ready now. Start enjoying that new "sure feeling." Seize this chance to change toPremium Quality Purelube right away ! GOING ON NOW! PURE OIL'S FAMOUS per-to. Change.over Service Save the whole car with/he 7 vilal services Phones 33 and 90 Night Phones 52J and 56J PHONE 90 HOMERVILLE, GA. PHONE 6R4 ARGYLF. GA. classified by age and by year of ~t--~ lege completed. Upon completion o~ tabulations ~" this information by the Uni~ States Bureau af the Census, ]~e~. eral, State and local school atrth~. 'ities will have the facts on ~,~ to base plans for meeting the m~-~ panding school needs in practi~l~ all parts of the country, Mr. I~mm~J.~. stated. Every community in the ~',~ is vitally concerned with the schwa. problem and inaccurate statistiC. information on the subject. Antmm~.~. paid in school aid programs are f~- quently based on this informati~. The United States Congress, ~:.,. Legislature, and Federal, S~., County and school district aut]h~;~ ties have a common need for ~-:, information. Reliable statistics can be obtaimm~ by the Census takers only throug~'a the full cooperation of all who interviewed during the Nation's X"/~ Decennial Census. It behooves ever2.,~- householder to give this cooperati~ to the Census enumerator, Mr. Trim- son stated, fox reasons of self ~s:~- terest, aside from the fact th~t. ~r._~ Census is a part of the Ameri~ democratic system to determine ~- portional representation in Congre~ and in State legislatures and propv~:-- tional d~stri, bution of public bem~i~ such as educational facilities. n State Jobs Are Now Available ATLANTA--Jo~bs are now ~ .... able in several State government d[~-, partments, the State Personnel~ ~mm~,~ ,announces. Statewide examinatk~ .... will be held on April 29th. Qual~,~ persons are invited~ to file thehr ~- plications with the State Merit ~- tern, Room 412, 20 Ivy Street, ~. Atlanta, before April 18. Posit(~: for which examinations will he he_~' includ'ei Clerles, Typists, S~i~-- phers, Public and Child elfare ~e,-~ kern, Graduate and Public HeX~, Nurses, X-Ray and Laboratory nicians. E~nployment in any of tIl~:: departments served by the M.e~d~t System offers to citizens of the ~: an opportunity to build a career= PUBLIC SALE ~GEiORGIA~-~Clinch County: Under and by virtue of the o~ of the court in connection with ~ condemnation proceeding ag~ the automobile hereinafter descw.7~-~ ed owned by Walter Brooklin, bciz~rr: of file in the office of the Clerk~ the Superior Court of Clinch C~ ty, Georgia, said order being d~[ April 1, 1950, there wiR be sold a~t, public outcry between the 1~ hours of sale, before the @burth~. door of Clinch County. Georgia. ~m~ the 29th day of April, 1950; a~t subject to th~ stipulations cont~ in said order the following pr~r~:~. ty, to-wit: One 1942 Model Ford ~: truck, Motor No. 18,685077g~ This the 10th day of April, ~9~'~ W. C. WOOTEN, Sheriff of Clinch County, Georg~: 4-21x. The Clinch County New Printers & St~tloners HOMERVILLE, GEORGIA~