., (Po&fcat AlratmcO , ,
" ': SAY
' - ....
THE LATE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT appointed Frank Gra
ham Chairman Advisory Council of Committee on Economic Se
curity. Said Roosevelt: "The work of this Council and Commit-
' tee led to the recommendation made by me to the Congress and
the adoption by the Congress of the Social Security Act of 1955."
LOYALTY. . . SenatorClydeR.Hoey:
"He (Senator Graham) is as loyal as any American who
walks this earth."
ABILITY . . . General George C. Marshall:
"The work Frank Graham d in Indonesia for United Na
tions was a diplomatic mil
CHARACTER. , .Senator Wayne Morse:
"Frank Graham is the most Christ-like nian I know'
STATESMAN. . . Senator C arles Tohoy:
"Frank Graham's Senate speech on the AMcPact was
the greatest I have ever heard in the U. S. Senate."
WtilNivllilMT . . Mrs.VifVT.Bost
1 think this famous quotation can be applied to Frank
Graham: There are some men who lift the level of the
age in which they live until all men 'Stand on higher
DIPLOMACY; . . . Mrs. 0. Max Gardner:
wife of late Governor and Ambassador Gardner End sis-ter-in-lav
of Senator Clyda R. Iloey: Thi!e I have npy
reasons for being for Senator Graham, I shc!l state
only one I beliave Uiat he works effectively for the
prevention of war and the establishment of pGmoent
wdrltf paace "
. Frank Graham is , a
teacher and educator.
Hie is well known for
advoea4Sng Hi J nine
months school term and
12 grades for all. He
has consistent!;- fought
for sufficient appropri
ations for the public
school of North Carolina.
' A life-Jon? champion
of labor, he Eas consist,
ently fought for labor
right tto collective bar
gaining.. -He was pri
marily responsible for
the t: Workmen's Com
pensation Law of
North ; Carolina; . was
among (the first to ad
vocate Child L a ib o r
Laws and he vod for
Minimum Wage Laws.:
He was " a fighting
Marine In World War 1,
enlisting after being
turned : down three
times on account at
poor eyes. SSnce be
ing in the Senate he
has championed - the
cause of - Veterans.
Fought against break
ing up the . wise unifica
tion of the - Veterans
Administration. . ' ,
He actively supported
Governor Scott's Better
Schools and Roads Pro
gram. - (Frank Graham
has always stood for
the extension of rural
electrification and rural
telephone service. In
the IT. 'S. Senate he lias
consistently voted for
the present farm price
YOU HELP ELECT FRANK GRAHAM :
ROOSEVELT DEMOCRAT : FIGHTING MARINE
' , , CHRISTIAN STATESMAN f ,
', ,: " A Paid for by Chowatt County Committee for Graham, Edenton N. - - . ' '
.Some 8,000 chicks hatched during
the week March 6-11 mA be entered
in this year's 'Chicken of Tomorrow"
contest in North Carolina, according
to C J. Mauptn, State chairman and
extension poultry specialist at State
College. - - -
State contests are being held all ov
er the nation this year, and' these are
to be followed by five regional con-
teste. " The best entries from North
Carolina and South Carolina and oth
er Southern states in an area extend
ing from Delaware to Florida' will
compete in a regional contest at Spar
tanburg, S. C, on June 7. ' :
A national contest will be held in
1951, at which time A & P Food
Stores will award (5,000 for the best
entry.1 This organization is also pro
viding cash awards for the regional
contests and furnishing a trophy for
each state winner. ; ' '" ; ' '
Birds from each entry in the North
Carolina contest will he sent to Char
lotte at the end of a 12-week 'grow
ing period. These birds will be dress
ed and judged on May 30, and the
winning ' entries will be hard-frozen
and held until time to ship to 'the
TrioTvn.1 event. ' ;
Maupin.said a special poultry pro
gram is being arranged in connection
with the show in Charlotte. George
Hobson, Mecklenburg County farm
agent, 1b acting as chairman of the
program committee and' Miss Helen
John Wright, home demonstration
agent, is publicity chairman.
MASSES NEXT SUNDAY IN
PLYMOUTH AND EDENTON
Sunday, May 7, the most Holy Sac
rifice of ithe Mass will be offered in
Plymouth Court House, court room,
second floor, Plymouth, at 8 A. M.,
and in St. Ann's Catholic , Church,
Edenton, at 11 A. M.each including
sermon on "uur piniuai fortress",
Holy Communion, followed by May
devotions, Sunday (School, with Ply
mouth confessions 7:30 to 7:65 and
Edenton 10:30 to 10:55 A. M., stated
Father F. J. McCourt, rector, ,who In
vites everybody to ail Services. ,
Week-mornings: Mass,.. Commun
ion, May Devotions in Edenton. ' jr.y
EDENTON. N. C.
' Week Day Shows Continuous . ,
From 1:30 '
Saturday Continuous From 1:30
' ' Sunday, 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15
Thursday and Friday;
May 4-5 .4; K'.-
Mark Stevens and
Betsy Drake in
"DANCING IN THE DARK"
Saturday, May 6
Shamrock Ellison and
Lucky Hayden in
Sunday, May 7 ; : , '
Gene Kelly and
J. Carol Naish in -THE
Monday and Tuesday,
's Jo McCrea and -?
' ' , L, Arlene DaM in "
' "THE OUTRroERS"
Jy' , Double Feature
Robert Rockwell in '
' " I "UNMASKED" ,
. I ,,.,.-( L,
: HooWer Hot Shots in -
PERQUK.1AUS COUiiTV ;
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As you all know, I am seeking re-election tb
the office as Sheriff of Perquimans County,
subject to the Democratic Primary on May 27,
and I am asking all you voters in our' county to
vote for me at this primary. 1
f . , i
V'' ' '' .- , -j-'. , '7 - ''(' . ' '" i': ' w '-''a ' '' " "' t-' ,'"'':' '
I will have served as your Sheriff one com
plete term this coming Decembef 2nd, and it is
my sincere desire to continue to serye as your
Sheriff. 1 J. ;
It is my belief that having had the experi
ence as being your Sheriff for one termjhat I
will be more qualified to serve you even better
during the next term.
Your active support and vote in my behalf
will be greatly appreciated.
Melvin G. Qwens
- SHERIFF OP PEHQUIMANS COUNTY
Friday, May. 5, Shews 7 and 9 VM.
, . Saturday, May 6, Shews, .
".'Continuous From 1:30
s Gary Cooper and
- ' Franchot Tone In
"LIVES OF A BENGAL
' ' LANCER" ir
; Hi-Way 17 :
: Drive-in Theatre i'
Vi Mile North of Edenton - '
Two Shows Every Night Starting
. At Dusk - '-
OPENING POSTPONED TO
. I TUESDAY, MAY 9
Tuesday, May 9 V,-' ' 'j
- , ' , June Haver and
N VWn r"e in . f
"TEr.r LITTLE GIRLS
' "IN BLUE", "
n" Also Two Cartoons
'" " ;' o . - ...
Wednesday nd Thursday
May 1Q-11 . ?
. John Payne a:.i '
' Gall r 1 in -
J "EL r --;)"
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