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, clume XXIII Number 44,
" j. bveU sard Adopts
Hertf Mtf's Town Board, meeting
In a . anffplnl fiAsainn i.WennesdaV
t bight pf last week, heard a review
of the annual, audit of the town's
bookgl and adopted a new budget
for' the fiscal year 1956-57, The
audit wag compiled by the firm of
Wall and Williams, CPA's of Ra
leigh. . . '
Total assets of the. town, accord
ing to the audit, increased about
125,000 during. the last fiscal year,
reaching the total of $538,298.22.
The major portion of these assets
are Incorporated-in town properties
which are valued at $503,219.01.
Largest outstanding liability of the
town is represented by the $50,000
outstanding as " bonded indebted
.In line with the growing opera
tions of the town, the new. budget
adopted by the Board calls, for jn-.
' creased expenditures of about $11
000 during the current year; this
includes the purchase of the streejt
sweeper already in use here.', This
purchase amounted to approximate'
ly $9,000 of the increase in the new
budget. . '
Broken down into departments
the 1956-57 budget calls for an out
lay of $73,550.00 for operations of
the general fund and $123,000.00
for the. -utilities department.
A .summary, of the audit for the
last fiscal yeara copy of which
appears elsewhere in this edition,
revealed receipts of the town dur-
Nismtesr Of County
CM kb -Members
8ovs' and girls fro.m llcduMties
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t. of the 'Eastern Extension district
(1 gathered in Edenton Saturday, Oc
; tobet 27, at the Masohie Temple
- to honor their fellow 4-H'ers for
v achievement during the past year.
- - A' ceremony presented certifi
cates to the district winners in the
- many' projects qarried on. by 4-H
youngsters highlighted the day's
The effort and time devoted by
these winners .to their projects is
"shown by the fact that, only county
winners submitting long-time rec
ords of 4-H achievement Were eligi
ble to compete for district and
state honors. Individual crops
winners for 1955 were also invited
. to attend, along with one man and
- woman adult 4-H Leader who had
contributed to the success of the
county 4-H program during the
past year. ' , - ,
The Eastern District Recognition
Day has as its special -purpose the
recognition of a job Well done by
"X the boys and girls and their adult
v leaders. fLyman B. Dixon, Eastern
District i4-H Leader says the theet-
. ing eerves to help tooys. and girls
, get acquainted i with;- other young
i sters in their section of the state
' who have worked in similar pro
jects, to encourage the best efforts
in further 4-H work, and to recog
nize the "Joe Smiths" and, "Jane
' Does" of 'the 4-H program - who
; have done excellent wofk( -but' who
. have not been named state winners
in their, activity.:? - -x '
E.' v,; Spires, Clerk if Court in
EJinton, and ; C. W. ; Overman,
County Agent, Jed the delegates oa
a tour of historic sites in Edenton,
a"r a: welconte by Major Ernest
P. 'lehayes. ' . ,
"mon Parker of Cu'. a County
; ' .' 1 over th pror
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ng Jast year as, .beingaJMo
and the total expenditures amount-1
fed to 1181,660.76. , .T,4
Some of the major sources of re
ceipts were these: Taxes,. $24,
198.46; water and light collections,
$118,663.94; ice sold, $8,308.50;
privilege taxes, $1,981.90; beer and
wine taxes, J5I,bs.4J; cemetery
lots pold, $1,850.00; parking . Me
ters, $1,773.71; fees from delin-
quenttwater and light bills, $1,14$;
Powell Bill funds, $6,399.88. .
Expenditures.- during -the t same
period, which totaled $181,66176,
were disbursed through the1 follow
ing departments: .- .Salaries,'1 $7,-a3in-
' nfTir mitmlies. 1 1.755.24:
audit and Jegal expenses,. $1,744.36;
street maintenance ..- and i lightjng.
$29,537.86; street,, improvements,
$2302.68; police, department, $ll,t
93,6,84; fire, departjnviiitf 2,5:;
mosquito control, , ,4,742.20 ; -i light
department . expense, ; $27,715,25;
electric current purchased for: sate,
$f 1,279.36; water, department tPXs
pense, $14,266.65; :ke .department
expense,. $5,411,87; -r general inv
proyements, $17,618.6;'. bonds and
interest paid, $7,373.23; meter re
funds. $573.73; employees' social
security. $2,093.34; general ex
pense, $2,914.70. ' "
Under the budget adopted the
tax rate of the' town will remain
at the same figure as last year,
that being $1.35 per hundred dollar
Jtrict-;cnion . for-outstaisiing
trict -t recognition .for- outstaiaiing
4-Hi .work 'were: ij-i Warner , ts,
Madre, Corn,' Field Crops; Jean bd
wards, Health Improvement; Julian
Howell, Livestock , Conservation
Demonstration'; Whitey' Matthews
and Wallace Baker,' Electric Dem
onstration; Ervin Mansfield, Pea
nut Production;' Jean Edwards,
Public Speaking; Willis Williams
and Lloyd Ray ;Morgin, -Soil and
Water Conservation "Demonstra
tion: Rachel Soivev and Billy Hud
sonr Vegetable and Fruit Market
ing Demonstration.- Second place
winners were . Patsy Elliott and
Jean Edwards, Dairy Foods Demon
stration. Third place in the Junior
Canning contest went to Carolyn
Faye Rogerson. . -
, Other -Perquimans County - win
ners that attended were Anne Lane,
Nancy Lane, Beth Skinner and
Thomas Ed. Chappell,
, Parents and Adult Leaders that
attended were Mrs. Frank'Sinner,
Mrs. Walton LaHe, Mrs. Carson
Spivey and Mrs. C, T. Rogers&n.'Jr.
The four County Agents. Flor
ence Webb, Pete Thompson, Rich
ard. Bryant and Nancy Henderson,
enjoyed the day, tooj'. . ' ,m
U county-wide teachers .meeting
for Perquimans" County was held
last Tuesday afternoon at the Cen
tral Grammar School In Winfall.
The local xhajiter bfjhe KCEA
honored Superintendent, of .Schools
J. T. 'Bigger by presenting him
With a life membership in the na
tional organisation. Mr. Btggers
expressed: his Bincere appreciation
to he teachers , for; this ;splendid
gift. - 1 , rt j f . . t T
ILss.rolcn Wells, Field Repre
sentative of t'.e K'orth Carolina Ed
ucatlpri Afisociation, talked! on the
educate. 1 vly-s received fnWn
the North Carolina Education Asso.
ciation. ' . ' '
i Kisg flo'l Stinson of the Division
of Cv om Teachers, brought
greeC. s 'ozi i'.'u department.
, Ce e -J cc'J d.i..i Were serv
ed by t! e tliGfa of Perquimans
County Crntril Cramniar School.
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Hertford, Perquimans County, North
POSSE ON THE PROWL for the two-gun scourge they could be useful in , moving through New
of the badlands? Not at all. They are members Hampshire's weods or rough country in search
of PUistow, New Hampshire's unusual mounted of si lost person, or (o reaofc. -it .remote settlement
cIvH' defense auxiliary police. The "mountles' ' threatened ev forest Are onotheHnatnral disaster.
may ever: bo caJled on to "get
: Tha marriage of Miss Lois Jane
Kirby to Thomas Hazel Eur? took
place 'at Bethel Baptist Chu;v!i at
4 o'clock in the afternoon on Sun
day, October 14.
The bride it- the daughter of Mr.
ai .! Mrs. E. T. Kirby of Route 2,
LdentOn and the bridegr-wm is the
son jot Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Eure
of Route 3. Hertford.
The Rev. Philip Quidley per
formed the .double ring ceremony
In a setting of white flowers;
palmc and candlelight.
- Miss -Jean - Long presented the
wedding music and accompanied
fiBS Sylvia Long of Elizabeth City,
soloist. Miss Long sang Because,
I Love You Truly .and as a bene:
diction The Lord's Prayer.
Tha brjdei' given-in marriage by
.her dfather. wore, a floor-length
.gown of Chantily We over slipper
satin fashioned, with a sweetheart
neckline, prihcesS -waiBtline and
long -sleeves ending - in wedding
points over the hands. Her finger
tip veil was attached to a simple
tara of nylon Jiet and satin, She
carried a prayer book showered
with ribbon streamers topped with
a white orchid. . ' '
: Miss. Mary Linda Kirbv was her
sister's maid of honor. She wore a
ballerina length dress of pink taf
feta, princess style and wore match
ing head band and. carried a nose
gay of mixed flowers. " .
Mrs. Julian Harrell and Mrs. A.
L. Lane were bridesmaids. They
wore dresses of blue taffeta also
princess styled, matching head
bands and carried' nosegays of mix
ed flowers. j
! James Eure of Norfolk, iVa., was
bdsfman for his brother. Ushers
were R. S. Chappell; cousin, of the
bride, and- Julian Harrell, cousin of
the ibridegroom. " : i (,
: . Mrs. Robert Elliott was mistress
of ceremony. - -.. .. .. v
' . For. her daughter's wedding Mrs.
Kirby wore a teal blue dress, black
accessories apd a corsage ot pink
carnations. rtTha; ibridegropftl's moi';
tne wore a navy dress, black ac
cessories and a corsage of pink car
Ort Saturday night following the
wedding rehearsal a cake cutting
was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Elliott for the wedding
party, relatives and a few friends,
Refreshments of punch, bridal cake,
nuts and mints were served.
Hertford PTA To
Start New Library
A drive to refurnish a library for
the Hertford Grammar School will
be started! at a meeting of fhe. PTA
to be held a the Perquimans High
School" auditorium fin Thursday
nigh,t,, November 8, at 8 oclock. . ,
fcach parent member of the ,or.
ganization is requested to bring an
old hook, rpm home .when attend"
ing this meeting and books received
will go toward establishment of a
school library when the hew build
ing to opened next year,
Mrs. Jack 'Brinn, president of the
PTA,1 cordially- invites all parents
and patrons of the school to attend
this meeting next week. Mr.Cla
renee Dall ;ill hive ctarge of the
pro0ren which will be on the sub-
tf 'VI It,,-.:.;.;...
their man," but jjg, (Photo
Up River Meeting
Delbert and Julia Reynolds," re
turned missionaries from Ramallah,
Jordan, who 'are now on furlough,
will be the guest leaders of , the
Fall Missionary Confeences in
North Carolina Yearly Meeting of
Friends. They are eypecting to be
at Up River Friends. Meeting Sun
day evening, November 4,- ai 7:36
o'clock. ." '
A special invitation. is extended
to everyone. fee, hear them, r?; j )
Leonidas L. Lane was reelected (
chairman of the Perquimans ASU
committee. at la county, convention
heldJ Thursday,- October -23, follow
ing ASC elections on October 23.
Seventeen per cent of the: eligible
voters of the county participated
in the election of the community
Other officials of the county
committee, -chosen at the conven
tion, are Freeman. S. Long, vice
chairman; Harvey Butt, regular
member; Preston Nixon, first al
ternate, -'and George W. . Baker, sec
ond alternate. : '
, The community committeemen,
all of whom assumed their cluties
on November 1, are: Belvidere,.
Thomas W. Chappell, chairman, E.
P.; Copeland, C. T. Rogerson, Jr.,
Freeland Copeland, Louis Spivey.
jNicanor: josepn isuiiiings, cnair-
mah,-Perey-L, Winslow, E. S. Win-
slow, Selden Rountree, . Lyndon
White. '. - s. -.. .,-
f J Beth'el:'' Wallace Hobbs,' chair
man, S. H. Corprew, Jr., S. Edgar
Long,. Colon S. Jackson, Charlie E
Matthews. - .
'i Hertford! t Carroll R. Williams,
chairman, Clarence Dail, Freeman
Mansfield, Johnnie Hollowell, B. S.
New Hope: Marvin Caddy, chair
mat), C. D. Spivey, James Stokely,
Melvin Eure, Lucious E. Butt.. '
i'Parkville: y Julian R. Matthews,
chairman, Lawrence Perry, John A.
Bray, Calvin Bundy, Ernest E.
Wade arrSfpeaJfier . , ,
At Rotary party o ,. u
'Rotary-Anna Night was observed
at this-week's meeting of the .Hert
ford Rotary Glub when wive f the
niembers. were ehtertained at din
ner Tuesday evening at the. Hotel
Hertford; -. .
Wade Marr, past District Gov
ernor of Rotary, was the guest
speaker .for the occasion and, as
usual, he .provided his audience
with a number of serious thoughts
on current (opics interspersed with
his well known humor. ' - '
Mr. Marr Was introduced by Rob
ert L. HoHowell, who with V, N
Darden and Jack Kanoy, eomposed
a coT-""-'"-e in charge of the party,
Carolina, Friday, November 2, 1956.
Robert French,; puistow, N. h.)
I Payments to Perquin.ans County
. farmers taking part in the 1956
Acreage Reserve Program of tin
Soil Bank totaled $5,860.10 up to
October 25, according to Helene W.
Nixon, ' Perquimans, County ASC
office manager. Thex first report
covering payment through Septem
ber showed a total of $4,777.00 in
payments under the 1956' Acreage
; As of, September 28, payments to
farmers in 39 states reporting to
taled slightly over $18 million.
The maximum national payment
U. S. Farmers could ' earn by re
maining in Compliance with the
19f6 Acreage 'Reserve Program was
estimated at nearly $261 , million.
However, Miss Nixon explains, the
U. S.- Department of Agriculture
has authorised' the termination 0P'
modTf ftatW6f -thVlOSfl ' Acreage
Reserve'' agreements by farmers
who misunderstood. the terms of. the
program. : As 'a result the total
amount to be disbursed under the
program is expected to be less than
the figure given.
Hurts Local Crops
. Incessant rains during the past
three weeks brought to a complete
standstill the crop harvesting in
Perquimans County and caused con
siderable damage to unharvested
crops, especialy soybeans and pea
nuts. '....-: ' ... . '.. '
. R. M. Thompson, County- Farm
Agent, stated Monday, it-was his
opinion that a 25 per cent loss has
been sustained to the soybean crop
while it- was, next to impossible to
Judge the loss to peanuts.
About -five per cent of the coun
ty's : peanut 'crop - remains undug,
and best guesses indicate the pea
nuts in the ground will be a total
loss. Peanuts. which have been dug
and stacked, .show some signs of
rotting but the County Agent said
estimates as to total damage would
be hard to make. The soaking from
the rains will undoubtedly affect
the quality of the peanuts which in
turn will f affect the prices at mar
keting time. , - .'',.' ,
Most of the county's corn crop
has been 'harvested but there still
remains some fields not yet picked
Mr. Thompson was of the opinion
the corn' has not been damaged bu'.
additidnal labor will be needed to
get in the remainder of this crop.
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New Chrysler, Line
Cats On Display '
Towe-Webb. Motor Coirtjany; this
week will join with other automo
bile dealers' throughout the nation
in displaying- 1957 Plymouth and
Chrysler autos. Lower wider and
more powerful, the new cars repre
sent a complete change in "styling,
body structure and chassis.'
. 'The cars .we are showing, says
J. H- Tp-we, president bit the' local
firm, have the st?Ie and .features
of . the -car ' sthe manufacturers
thought, only a few years ago, as
possible by 1960. . ' -: -''' -
Mr. Twe opes many people, of
this area will visit the showroom to
see the new models this Week-er.d.
Tm OnwiXfV II am A
Coach Ike Perry's Perquimans
Indians Will travel to Spring Hope
this week to play a non-conference
football game against the Spring
Hope team, which, incidentally, is
coached by a former 'Perquimans
High School star, Edward Lane.
While little is known of the
strength of the Spring Hope elev
en, the Indians, on the record, are
rated as favorites for the contest.
Rain caused cancellation of the
game last Friday night between
Manteo and Perquimans, and this
contest will not be re-scheduled for
this, season. The Indians traveled
to Manteo for the game last week tion.
and a few minutes before the con-J A word of advice for absentee
test was scheduled to get under ( voters was given by Mr. Murray,
way a heavy rain shower started who pointed out all absentee lul
falling.. School officials then called lots musi be returned to him by
off the game. ! Monday, November 5, in order that
In addition to the game Friday the names of th absentee voters
atv Spring Hope, Perquimans has ' may be Posted ilt tho Court "ouse
two more games to play . this iea-1 ,loor in compliance with a state law.
son.. Roth of there contests will Tie Public interest in the election, it
: i played on Memoriiil Field in.Hert
'ord. On Fridav nicrlit. Natfemher
!. the Elizabeth Citv Yellow'-Jack-
j . ... , w . t- i i
cts will invade Memorial Field for
a contest with the Indians and the
season will close the,folloving Fri-'
day with Morehead City coining
here to meet the Indians.
Set November 8
Methodist youth of the Elizabeth
City District will meet in First
Methodist Church, Elizabeth City,
on Thursday, November 8, at 5:30
o'clock for the annual Fall Rally
to introduce this year's national
emphasis for all Methodist youth on
"Drinking-Or- Christian Living".
p,ans (othe evening call for a
FellowaJupfSjnK at 5:30 P. M.,
) Which-: will- be followed by, picnicj
supper.- The Rev. John A. McKen
ry, .,: pastor- Of - Ghent Methodist,
Church in Norfolk, Va., will be in
spirational speaker for the rally in
the evening session beginning at
7:30. Mr. McKenry, a graduate of
Randolph Macon and the Divinity
School of Duke University, has ser
ved as pastor in Richmond, Va., and
also as a District Superintendent
in the Virginia Conference. He is
a popular speaker for youth groups
in both Virginia and- North Caro
lina. District Methodist Youth Fellow
ship officers are Barto Houston of
Washington, president; Henry
James of Elizabeth City, vice pres
ident; Maude Gray of Elizabeth
City, secretary-treasurer, and Mich
ael Wilkerson of Belhaven, publici
ty chairman. District directors are
the Rev. L. A. Aitkens of Manteo
and the Rev. James A. Auman of
Hertford. : Mrs, Charles Saunder
of Elizabeth City is District Sec
retary of Youth Work for the Wor
man's Society of Christian Service
and the Rev C. Freeman Heath js
36 Pints Of Blood
Despite inclement weather con
ditions believed to have affected
the number of blood donors partici
pating in the visit of theRed Cross
bloodmobile here last Monday, the
unit collected 36 pints of blood for
use of the blood bank program in
Forty-two ' donors : volunteered
blood on this visit of the unit, six
of whom were turned down after
a medical examination. t '
Public interest in seeing this
blood program maintained appar
ently is picking up? according to
Billy White, chairman of the'epun-
ty committee, who stated -Tuesday
that he appreciated the response to
the appeal for blood donors and he
swishes to thank each of them, as
well as the volunteer workers con
nected with the program for their
, ; BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT )i
Mr. and Mrs. Colon ; Butler of
Poitsmouth, , Va., announce the
birth of a daughter,- weighing , 7
pounds, H . ounces, born -Tuesday,
October 30 at the'Maryview Hospital-In.
Machinery . Ready
Local election machinery is gear
ed for the holding of the general
election next Tuesday, November 6,
when voters of Perquiriians County
will cast ballots for national, state
and local officials. R. C. Murray,
i-haii man of the Perquimans Board
of Elections, announced the polls
here will be open from 6:30 A. M.,
to 6:30 P. M.
Precinct ofcials appointed ear
lier this year to officiate at the
primary election will act in the
same capacity in the general e4ec-
is believed, is somewhat higher
than in previous years and local of-
ficials Prwl'vt tter than aver-
;i?e tlll-nntlt fm thn ihnllntmn- Uia
Tublic discuKsion on the election
centers around the race for the
presidency between Adlai Steven
son and Dwight Eisenhower. It is
ifiiHvea ivir. Stevenson will poll a.ucation, George Caddy, Delwin H.
greater percentage of the votes this Eure and Shelton M. Long.
Robbers Get Small
Amount Of Cash In
World capitals are jittery this
week over the invasion of Egypt by
Israeli troops which can mean an
all-out war in the Middle East.
France and Britain moved troops to about noon Sunday by R. A. Willis,:
be stationed along the Suez Canal a salesman for the firm. Sheriff
if Egypt and Israel failed to heed J- K- White was called to the scene
an ultimatum demanding the ces- anc1 made 'initial investigation
sation of hostilities. The U. S., and ,ater calIed in SBI Officer .T.
joined by Russia, in a UN action, R Edwal'ds who is assisting the
called for peaceful settlement of sherlff in continuing the investi
the situation. gation.
Sheriff White rtoorted the job
Meanwhile, in Hungary it ap- w"s done by an "expert" who used
pears revolutionary forces have gloves. The safe was rolled from
won recognition and are to receive the office to the garage and placfd
a place in the Hungarian govern- on a rubber tire. The door was
ment. Reports from Budapest state then chiseled off without affecting
Premier Nagy promises withdrawal a gas bomb which was attached to
of Russian troops from the nation, the inside of the safe door. '
and free elections for selection of a Entrance to the building was
new government. The revolt in gained through a window at the
Hungary, the' 'reports state, seem- rear of the garage,
ingly was a well planned operation ! Officers believe the robbers left
by the; '.underground to secure free-' the scene in a car taken from the
dom1 fo-the' nation. j company's used car lot A 1953
-i . 1'- ( Chevrolet was taken from the lot
PotiticaT candidates of the two and discovered late Sunday near
majoi- parties are winding up pre- the Perquimans High School,
election campaigns with both sides
claiming victory at the polls next
Tuesday. Since the war threat in
the Middle East President, Eisen
hower announced c. curtailment of
campaign activities to stay, in
Washington while Mr. Stevenson
emphasizes the situation reveals a
need on the part of the U. S. for a
better foreign policy.
WSCS Plan Bazaar
At Methodist Church
, On November 14, the-Woman's
Society of Christian Service of the
Herffbrd -Methodist Church will
hold 'a 'bazaar;1 Booths will be open
at '-ll'A'j'M.,. fthd remain open all
day. A chicken salad plate will be
served1 at 12 rioon;' arid a turkey
dirinert will be "served- from six P.
M., unfit 8 F: M-.' ir'c; . '"f
Tkkels ;for the basaaf may be
secured 'from any bf the following
ladies: Mrs. George Fields, Jr.,
Mrs. Robert Hollowell, Mrs. R. A.
White and Mrs. Howard Pitt The
public is cordially invited to visit
the bazaar anytime front 11 A. M.
until 8 P. M. v ,
, J BOARD TO 1L 77
- TTie Board of EJjc. ' i lr '
in, regular session r t
ht, Nover.' er 5. ii
5 Cents Per Cop
year than he did in 1952 when heH
rurriprl tha mtintv hv 9 tn t maiOi
gin. ,, ' ;
Heading the state ticket will be
Governor Luther Hodges, seeking
election over Kyle Hayes, Republi
can. Luther E. Barnhardt is the
Democratic candidate seeking the
office of Lieut. Governor and his
Republican opponent " is Joe A.
Dunn. Senator Sam Ervin, Jr., is v
seeking reelecfion and his opponent
is Joel A. Johnson. Congressman .
Herbert C. Bonner is opposed by
Zena O. Ratoliff, the Republican
In addition to national and state
tickets, local voters will get bal
lots for the election of local offi--cials,
all of whom are unopposed.
This ballot carries the names of
the following candidates: For So
licitor, Walter W. Cahoon; State
Senate, J. William Copeland and N
Elton Aydlett; For Representative.
C. R. Holmes; For Register of
Deeds. Julian C. Powell; For Re
corder Judge, Chas. E. Johnson; for
Treasurer, D. F. Reed. Jr.; for
County Commissioners, William C.
Chappell. E. B. Hollowell, Archie
T. Lane, Sr., Warner Madre and
Robert L. Spivey; for Board of Ed-
Safe robbers, beli to be part
of a gang which hsfs, operated in
this - section during the past ltf
days, made away with approxi
mately $50 in cash after, having
broken. into the Hollowell Chevro
let Company office last Saturday
night, ripped off the door of a safe
taken from the company office.
The robbery was discovered
Named To College
Mrs. George Jackson and Craf ton
Winslow of Hertford, Leslie Perry
of Durants Neck and the Rev. Earl
Meekins, pastor, will represent Per
quimans Chafge on the special Con
ference. Advisory Committee for the
new Methodist College in Fayete-;"
ville. 'v'v?1' ---'C- -'
Terry Sanford of Fayetteville,"."
Chairman of the proposed faistita- ;
tions board of trustees, in ennounc.
ing the appointments, said: "We
expect to rely a great deal upon '
the advice and help of these and 1
other leaders as we go ' forward . -with
our college project." .
f This identity with the college,
he said, will confer upon commit
tee members the .distinction "
"honorary alumni". :-,
The new inp"'" ' '
tle Nf - ' r : ' - .