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Vashington Gathering of in
Uigence for national security i
; an historic role of govern
ents. ; The news of the; downed
ane , over Russia dramatically
cused attention pn tihis ac
vrty toy; the- United -States.
Most Significant While the
oak and-dagger aspects! of the
vent grabbed the headlines, it
Mst notf be forgotten t&at the
ost significant conclusion to be
ached from the event (is that
anned Aircraft can penetrate
ie Soviet land mass despite the
ontrary boasts by the (Soviet
gime. This being dem;nstra
:y so, it strengthens myr view
iat manned aircraft such as the
-70 should, never "have! been
ilkninated by the President and
Wense officials. I have (stated
ny objection to- this polucy in
revrous columns. The i B-70
Wild be capable of long-dis-ance,.
high altitude attacks , any
where on the face of the earth.
The Soviets know this. Ttiere
jore it would be a potent1, de
terrent weapon in our arsenal,
pimply stated, my position is
hat the United States must
lossess the ability to wage con
ventional warfare against ' ny
ggressor, lor i am not wuiing xo
put all reliance into a sophisti
cated missile system at this time.
We need both!
Congress displayed wisdom. , at
the news of the recent plane
incident by not verbally strik
ing out in a partisan vein. ; On
my part, I declined to make any
comment until the fundamental:
facts r were available; .,. Majority!
Leader Lyndon Johnson set the
level .' of comment by Senate
Democrats when he called for
unity at this time of crisis.
;' Summit Conference When
the incident happened, inquiry
was made of me as to whether
President Eisenhower should go
to the Summit Conference. Yes.
the President, as a reflection oi
national policy, should be will
ing and able to discuss honor
ably world peace with the Rus
sians and any other peoples at
any time. I do not entertain
any great optimism for bene
ficial outcome of the current
conference. This should not rule
out our participation in any hon
orable effort to advance world
President Eisenhower will have
I the prayers and best wishes of
all of the people as he assumes
at 5:30. Sunday afternoon, the
erouD will assemble Jor supper
and an old-fashioned "ice cream J
freezer-turning." Special guests
of the department, this year's
seniors, swill be:- "Misses Clay
Stokes, Margaret Williams, Sarah I J
Ward am ' Pat " ' Stone: ' also til
Charles Barker, Jimmy Sullivan,
Carl Skinner, Larry -Willis' and
Jack Brinn. v ,
Franklin McGoogan is , presi-,
dent of the Senior Youth group
and Mrs. J.' L.1 Harris is-eveiring
counsellor. 'Abo included in
the plans are'-Mrs.'Tahnage'Rose,
Jr., youth division superin
tendent, arid Mr. "Rose, "who
teaches one 6f the , senior-high
groups, and Mrs. Eugene :Boyce,
another teacher, and Mr. Boyce. '
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian 'Service will 'present 'Holy'.
li I . 1..J.-. : ; .- .
Announcement To Voters of
I am a candidate foi! the office of
: County Commissioner for Belvidere
Township, subject to the Primary '
I will appreciate your vote and active
support, and if nominated and elect
ed -will work to serve you and the
county to the best of my ability.
thin sreat role of representing '. day, May 22, at the.home of, 'Mr.
our country around the confer- 8nd Mrs." Bill Williams on ' the
ence table. I am confident that
he will report frankly to the
Congress and the people what
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BUCK FAMILY BEUNIOM
The Buck family reunion Was
held in the high school cafeteria
on Sunday. May 15. 1960, with
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Buck acting
as hosts for the occasion. Din
ner was served, in the cafeteria,
and consisted of barbecue, fried
chicken, torunswick stew, boiled
ham, deviled eggs, potato salad,
candied yams, corn bread, rolls,
pickles, ice cream and a variety
of cakes and bottled drinks. The
Rev. Norman B. Harris, pastor
of the Hertford Baptist Church,
and Mrs. Harris were present
and took part in the reunion.
Mr. Harris made a short talk on
the benefits of -'the family re
union and then asked the 'bless
ing. .:..,';..-.. ' .
After dinner a business meet-!
me was held. Also the little
league baseball players ' from i
Greenville and Pitt , County
came with 'the members of the
family and played a baseball
game with the Scouts and small
boys here in Hertford in the
afternoon, which added to the
enjoyment and entertainment for
the crowd. i
The following attended the re
union . from Greenville and Pitt
County: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M.
Buck, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark
and Jerry and Pat; Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin C. Buck. . Jimmy. Mike
and Marvin, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
Garland F. Buck. Donald, Chris
and Kay; Mr. and Mrs. James
Earl Buck and Sheryl; Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Buck; M. G, Buck;
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Buck and
Ricky Lee; Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Pollard, ' Dorice and Lindy ; Lin
dy Buck; from Norfolk, Va, the
following members of the fami
ly were present: Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert H. Johnson; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert D. Buck and Chil
dren; Mrs. Jamie Buck; from
Hampton, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Buck, and from New
port News, Va., Billy Buck, and
from Hertford, Mr. and Mrs. G.
C. Buck and Cleveland, Jr.
The next reunion of the fami
ly will be held in Pitt County
on the 'third Sunday in May,
1961, . with Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Buck as hosts. , . .' ;
TO ENTERTAN SEKIORS
ThftSeryor Department ,pf the
YdutK: Division of HM:) frsi
Methodist Church, Hertford,' will
entertain their graduating high j
I school seniors at a cook-out Sun-
Bibles to thd'frafluktUg! seniors
Ion Sunday, .'May 29,! at the U
Harvey ' IVrint road. "Beginning jo'clock worship hour. This is
an annual custom of the women
ing class; this year's, gift wilf
of t the Church to each giaditat
be lovely editions .f the'Revised
Standard Version and will be
YOUR VOTE FOR '
presented by ' VjJlitirJ : hJian pij Mrs.' j f-'Jr.
Rev. Tiames AuJnUn iasatistM iLbnelsuident secretary. I i
Mrs. 'K. S. Monds. spresMent ? ; ... mZ",lZ:X '
the woman's Society of f unrw ( ..:?
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County Conimissioner j
v iPARKVIIiLE TOWNSHIP
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Jlnithe Democratic iPriinary MayS
Will Be Appreciated, ;
Sewing'itiachine' operators' previously vemv
ployed by Don Juan Manufacturing or;
poration rand others tesperieneed iin ew-.;
ing meil's wd boys' shirts. "
, ;.. APPLY TO
HERTFORD, N. C.
YOU'VE HEARD .ABOOTiOT IT IS
Your Congressman, Herbert . Bonner,
Received After Voting In Favor Of
THE LANDRUM - GRIFFIN BILL!
HELP RE-ELECT '
V SENATOR ' ' '
B. EVERETT JORDAN
To the United States Senate
v DEMOCRATIC PRDIARY
t ELECTION MAY 28
X IS '
B. Everett Jordan
A Man Of Proven Ability
Senator Jordan was born in Ramseur,
N. C, September 8, 1896, the son of
Reverend and Mrs. Henry H. Jordan.
He attended Rutherford College and
Trinityvand in 1924 married Katherine
McLean of Gastonia. They have three
children and six grandchildren.
After serving in the Tank Corps with
the ! U. S. Army Occupation Forces in
Europe in -World War I, Senator Jordan
began work as a sweeper in a Gastonia
textile mill where he worked up through
the ranks to become Superintendent. In
1927 he came to Saxapahaw as a young
man and organized a textile company
and re-opened an abandoned cotton mill.
The Jordans still live in the village of
.Saxapahaw, near Burlington.
Senator Jordan has always taken an
active interest in civic and church . af
fairs. He has taught the Adult Bible
Class in the Saxapahaw Methodist
Church and has been a member of the
Board of Stewards since 1927. He Is al
so a: member of the Masonic Order.
pital for 15 years. He was a member
of the X. C. Medical Care Commission
from 1945 to 1951 and a member of the
N. C. Peace Officers Benefit and Re
tirement Commission from 1943 to 1951.
He is also a member of the Board of
Trustees of Elon College and the Board
of Trustees of Duke University.
AGRICULTURE. Introduced and help
ed pass the new Tobacco Price
Introduced and helped pass the new
Cotton Allotment Transfer Law.
EDUCATION. Supported S. 8, a bill
to provide Federal aid to public
schools without any strings attached.
SOCIAL SECURITY. Introduced legis
lation to increase from $1,200 to
$1,800 a year the amount of out-
side income a person receiving So
cial Security payments may earn
. without penalty. '
There are no secrets about
where Senator 'Jordan stands
ha has mnrlp n rpmarkahip
Through the years, he has been active in i ,,.A TT c C..
the Akmance Count Red Cross and WCOrd III the 1J. S. Senate . ...
the Alamance .Tuberculosis Association. A record in Which all the pCO
ITe has been' Chairman of the Boari 1 W vof North Carolina Can
Trustees of the Alamance County Hos- take a great deal of pride.
OF ELECTRICAL, -RADIO
AND MACHINE WORKERS
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i Auout 18, 1959
Only you know, in tht privacy of ,your own conieltnct,
,hlhr you carefully considered the possible consequences of the .
UndruS-Criffin bill when you voted;for it on August 13. 1959. If you
.did. and realized that it is a punitive, repressiveveaeure intended
ito weaken all labor unions and thereby all -working ien and wosten.you
have uch to answer for. If you did not, and nerelyyielded to the
.pressures of the Chamber of Commerce and the' National Association of
(Manufacturers, -your gulit is perhaps even greater. " .
You should realize now, if you did not during the heat
.of. battle, that this vindictive assault on the labortoveent will, in
tbe long run, prove to your constituents that -youoare less , interests
iln. individual. rights and democracy than in property rlghtsand th -eoncentration
of power in the hands' 0tSWg4sl4i.ji-V.4 A-'-i
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j, ., You ay believe that you are 'Safe. in tueh uetion because
organized labor Is relatively weak in your District, and cannot call you t
ito'account for the damage you have sought to do to it. You,ayi9ht
at the moment.
; ' We wish to assure you, however, -that, wo; shall., do all
linrour power to prove to theworking men andomen in your1 District
'that you have cast your lot against them and they should thee fore -take
3?ps9Pito action at the ballot box. , , ,7;
Vtry tnily yowr
ILwill Pi Mil
RE-ELECT HERBERT C
"I Am In Favar Of Organised Lator. But
MetMs (Df Some Who "Have iiMtmlsS- Tl:3
T A .7T 1
Opposed To Th
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