I SENATOR 4
j «* SAYS * jmsp
Washington Getting ti the
end of a Congressional s> ssion
is always hectic. The lr;t ses
sion was no different—the Sen
ate met until the early . lorning
hours of last Thursday and was!
unable to adjourn s'r.e die as
Appraisal Wit her or not'
the Congress accor plished muchl
or little depends on the political
philosophy that one holds. For]
example, if a person believes in
an ultra-liberal philosophy of
government, that person would
probably feel that the Congress
failed inasmuch as it did not
pass many of the extreme bills
, proposed by those who hold
Vthose views. On the other hand,
■if a person feels that the Fed
eral government should keep it
self out of all programs, that
iperson would probably hold the
tview that Congress has done far
*OO much. I think that some 1
irogress was made. For ex-1
imple; this is true with respect I
o the revision of the Social Se-j
:urity Act which provides many!
pod features. As I have re-|
ieatedly stated. I shared the;
iew that Congress should have!
[County News 1
|By MRS. ROLAND EVANS J
■A baptismal service for Rocky
rfick Baptist unurch was held!
Sunday morning at 9:30 o’clock
at R. T. Harrell's cottage, when
eight were baptised. They in
cluded Ann Copeland, Mar-j
garet Copeland, Alvin ( Harrell, J
l#y Hollowell, Linda Nixon, |
k Patricia Nixon, Linda Perry,;
Stanley Tynch and Mrs. Ray By- :
rum was accepted by letter.
Family Night will be observed
at the Rocky Hock Baptist'
Church educational building to-1
night (Thursday) at 8 o’clock. |
An adult choir rehearsal will be I
held at the church at 9 o’clock. '
William Belch of Newport
News passed • away Thursday
night of last week. Funeral ser
vices were held at Newport
News Sunday morning ,at 11
o’clock. Burial was in Beaver
Hill Cemetery, Edenton.
Edward Evans is on the sick
Revival services are in ses
sion this week at Ballard’s,
Bridge Baptist Church. The Rev.
Frank Cale is the evangelist for
the week. The Rev. Alphonso
Jordan and Mrs. Jordan are
helping with the singing and
m The annual Training Union
Baeeting for the Chowan Asso
ciation will be held Monday'
night, September 12, at Bethel
Baptist Church at 7:30 o’clock.
The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond
White visited the W. A. Harrell
family over the week-end. ,
A WMU leadership institute
will be held at Ballard’s Bridge
Baptist Church Tuesday, Sep
tember 13 from 2 to 4:30 and 7
to 9:30. The night session is be
ing held for those who are un- '
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i put off most of the controver
sial bills until January- Subse
quent events have Sustained
that point of view.
Plans For Raeass—l expect to
• spend most of the Congressional
recess in North Carolina. There
are many speaking engage
! ments to be filled. Moreover,
j I always look forward to being
I with the people to get their
I views on public matters.
Next Session—l have several
legislative proposals which I,
want to push in the First Ses-j
■ sion of 'the Eighty-Seventh Con
gress, including the bill I intro-1
duced this session, the so-called
Mallory Bill dealing with volun
tary confessions. I also plan
to work for legislation to re
vise the electoral system to give
proportionate votes to the major
political parties in order to get
both parties out from the inordi
‘ nate influence wielded by pres-|
I sure groups. It is not right for)
I a majority of one vote in a,
j state to nullify all the other I
! votes cast in effect. I expect to
| introduce legislation on this sub
; ject among the first items of
! business in the new session.
■ able to attend the day meeting.
, Conferences for each WMU of-
I ficer and leader of youth or-
I ganizations will be held at each
of the sessions.
The Home Demonstration
County Council was held Wed
nesday afternoon at the Chowan
Community Building. The Cho
wan Club acted as hostesses,
j Mr. ana Mrs. Douglas Leary
I sepnt Labor Day week-end with ]
j Mrs. H. L. Leary at Tyner-
Miss, Kathryn Tynch, Faye |
: Ober and Betty Bunch have en- 1
j tered East Carolina College at |
Greenville, N. C.
I Mr. and Mrs. Hallet Perry of
| Hampton, Va., visited Mrs.
I Edith Perry on Saturday.
Norman Keeter of the Mace-
Idonia section entered Kecough
tan Hospital for an operation on
Mrs. Nell Frank has returned
'to Ohio after a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Hollowell, Jr., at Tyner.
An evil man seeketh only re- j
hellion. —Proverbs 17:11.
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THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 1960.
i KNOW YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY ]
John T. Grooms, rtprnenlative of the Social Security
■ Administration, is in Edenton every Thursday at the North
j Carolina Employment Security Commission office in the
I Citizens Bank Buildng.
A fully insured person can
apply for social security bene
fits ait age 65, a woman at age
| When a woman elects to re
ceive benefits before she is age
65, she receives a reduced pay
-1 ment. This applies to working,
! women as well as wives of
! working husbands. The reduced
' payments continue as long as
> she lives, unless her husband
' dies first. In this case she re
ceives the full widow’s benefits.
A wife who has a child in her
l care receives the full unreduced
!> benefit A wife is entitled to
benefits until the following oc
. I cur: The worker or the wife
1 dies, or there is a divorce. In
j Hospital Notes ]
• V. ——— d
Vfettles Hoar*: I*:**-11:00 A. M..
Z:W-t:»o r. 6:00-8:00 P. M.
Children under 11 not permitted
,j to vliit patient*.
I Patients admitted to the Cho-j
1 • wan Hospital during the week 1
I of August 28-September 4, were!
'i as follows:
S. J. Sutton, Edenton; Mrs.j
Minnie Bazemore, Edenton; Jes-,
sie Byrum, Edenton; Fred Wins
low, Winfall-; Master Charles'
Driver, Edenton; Mrs. Marjorie
Nixon, Edenton; Hubert Hurdle,
Hertford; Miss Elda Hugo, l
Hobbsville; Melvin Copeland,
Edenton; Mrs. Beulah Wiggins,
Edenton; Mrs. Geraldine Crum
mey, Edenton; Vivian Berry
man, Edenton; Mrs. Beatrice i
Riddick, Hertford; Mrs. Rebecca
1 Chappell, Tyner: Miss Katherine
'Ann Raines, Edenton: Mrs. Eu
| genia Shump, Edenton; William
I Moore, Hertford; Mrs. Rita
| Brown, Edenton; Master John!
(Edward Bembridge, Jr., Norfolk;!
Mrs. Mary A. Hunter, Edenton. I
Josephine Lassiter, Corapeake:
Annie Freeman, Windsor; Mag
gie Rodgers, Edenton; Mary Bell
Norman. Roper; Pearlie Patrick,
Edenton; Sam Johnson. Eden
ton; Hattie Skinner, Hertford;
Betty Pearl Wilkins, Hertford;
Iris Lee, Hertford; Elise War-j
j ten. Merry Hill; Regina Moore,|
j rtertford; _ Jajpes Jjee Holley, j
' Patients discharged during the'
i the event of the worker’s death,
- the wife’s benefits are changed
i to widow’s benefits. The widow
will receive also a lump-sum
death payment, provided she
: was living in the same house
hold of the worker. If she and
; ( her husband were not living to
: gether, the person (and this in
. eludes the widow) who paid the
funeral expenses will be eligi
ble for this payment. Applica
tion for the lump-sum must be
made within two years of the
• worker’s death. The lump-sum
payment is 3 times the amount
of the worker’s monthly benefit,
but not more than $255 and
cannot exceed the funeral ex
same week were:
Mrs. Pearl Bateman, Edenton;
John Whaley. Belvidere; Mrs.
Dean Simmons, Columbia; Miss
Elda Hugo, Hobbsville; Mrs.
Velma Blanchard, Ryland; Mas
ter Charles Driver, Edenton;
Vivian O. Berryman, Hobbsville;
Master John Bembridge, Jr.,
! Norfolk; Mrs. Mable Banks,
| Hertford; Mrs. Eunice Cale, Ty
ner; Mrs. Beatrice Riddick. Hert
ford; Jesse Byrum, Edenton;
Mrs. Pencie Copeland, Edenton.
j Evelyn Wood, Edenton; Jamie
Skinner, Winfall; Mary Norman,
! Roper; Pearlie Patrick, Edenton;
Maggie Rodgers, Creswell; Flora
Ann Jennings, Winfall; Annie
! Freeman, Windsor; Josephine
- Lassiter, Corapeake; Louis Hos
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Births at the hospital during
the same period were:
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Skin
ner of Hertford, a daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Roosevelt Warren of
Merry Hill, a son; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Brown of Edenton, a
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Perry
E. Hunter of Hertford, a son.
Thos. Edwin Harrell
Dies At_Suffolk, Va.
Thomas Edwin Harrell, Jr., 55,
of Smithfield, Va., died Friday
morning in the Obici Memorial
Hospital at Suffolk after an ill
ness of several months. He was]
a native of Edenton, a son of
the late Thomas E. Harrell, Sr.J
and Pennie Morris Harrell, and
had made his home in Smith
field for the past year. He was
a member of Blandford Lodge
No. 3, A. F. & A. M., and the
Smithfield Ruritan Club.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Esther Leimberger Harrell of
Smithfield: a daughter, Miss Pa
tricia Harrell of Colonial Heights,
Va.; two sons, Thomas E. Har
rell HI, and David Benton Har
rell, both of Smithfield; a step
daughter, Mrs. Phyllis L. Ader
bolt of Hopewell, Va.; a step
son, Frederick W. Leimberger of
Colonial Heights; four brothers,
J. Leslie Harrell of Goldsboro,
J. A. Harrell of Suffolk, W. A.
Harrell of Washington, D. C.,
and D. E. Harrell of Miami.
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: Funeral services were held!
. Sunday afternoon at 1 o’clock in!
i the Highland Methodist Church'
■ at Colonial Heights with thej
Rev. Earl Henley, pastor of
Benn’s Methodist Church at!
Smithfield and the Rev. Edward
: D. Garris, pastor of the High-!
«)land Methodist Church, officiat-l
. I Burial was in Sunset Memor-j
[I ial Park Cemetery at Chester,i
.1 Va., with a Masonic sendee con
ducted by Blandford Lodge.
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: Menus at John A. Holmes
: High School lunch room for the
• week of September 12-16 will
be as follows:
Monday: Fish sticks, cabbage
f and carrot salad, peach halves,
■ cornbread. buttered potatoes,)
, milk and butter.
Tuesday: Grilled lunch meat,
- buttered potatoes, bread, choco
- late block cake, string beans.
- butter and milk.
Wednesday: Chicken pan pie'
f with yellow corn, parden peas.!
, apple sauce, sweet potatoes,!
, milk and butter.
Thursday: Grilled beet pat-j
, ties with rice and gravy, corn-!
. field peas, cherry pie, hot bis-'
Icuits, milk and butter.
Friday; Fried chicken, string!
beans, milk, potato salad, hotj
rolls and butter and cookies.
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