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.7cr.:ers IIcIJ Here
m annual Red Cross Roll Call
, Set off to a fine start Monday night,
w"u dinner at the Hotel Hertford,
v. -n tnose present included D. F.
r i, J., County Chairman of tie
r ; call: ; Mrs. Kldnn .WiimW and
I -s Thelma Elliott, owftainnen of
. tne residential soliciting division, and
me tfoncnora oi mat division. j v
"airman Reed announced " this
quota as $1,193.00, pointing out
t this ia lesa than last yearVi quo-
Z 11,317.00. .
After a brief resume of the result
--.t year's roll. call, the Chairman
M that in die, event the eollee-
. n exceeds the goal, the same pro-
xr as in iormer years will he fol
io red, that of dividing- .the excess fif-ty-fty
between the County' Chapter
jr the District Chapter.' Of the set
C. ia.' the District IHeadanarteMi
c -ves 72.8 .per- cent while the local
chapter retains 27.2 per cent.
The Chairman announced that Mrs.
Nina B. White, Home Demonstration
Agent, will serve as chairman-of the
county roll caJV and that the fcev. "W.
C Moss, pastor of the Negro Eaptaat
unurcn, ana tne Key. Thomas Cole
man, pastor of the. Negro Methodist
Church, will be co-chairmen, tof the
jNetrro division. .-, - k-a
f Mlas Thelma Elliott o-ehairmn
'(th Mm. Eldon Window. f i u.
lcitino- division or h raafdamt'ial At.
Vision of Hertford. nrarAaaad her an.
preciation of the cheerful response of
the solicitors and thanked them for
Weir cooperation, requesting that each
make regular reports. "
Covent Garden Mrs, J. H. Satchwell,
irs. Harry "slow, Mm Charles
Front Steet--Mrs.'' Joe Ward, Mrs.
Market '' StreetOar Sue FterryJ
. wfliw ana. iss Aice eaa vacKson. ;
East and West Academy Street-
Miss Mary Winslow. -
Edenton Road Street Mrs. Wr F,
vtrin Arfjvn iJi. -'J-'i;i . -f .i. rift
Dobb StreeMrs,-Tonimy Mathews
ana Mrs. u. t: Skinner. ; ;
Woodland Circle -Mrs. J. T. Lane,
Vn. B. C Wondard.
" Pennsylvania Avenue Miss Anne
Burke Chappell. .
Church StreetMrs. J .E. Newby,
Mrs. J., H. Towe, Mrs. A. L. Ken
Willow Street and Woodland Street
.-Mrs. W. K. Terry.
Edenton Highway Mrs. A. H. Ed
! wards. ' ' . .
Railroad Avenue Mrs. Durwood
Reed. - ''-
Riurinexn Tiitft.rM: J." W.i Dillon'.
. :well-rilrs. Howard Warren; Durants
' Neck Mrs. Joshua Sutton; Snowhill
and White Hat llrs. J. T.' Benton;
en Gaiiher, llrs. Tom Iladre; Burgess
Mrs. Sidney Layden; wmteston
Mrs. Ellis Stallings; Beech Springs
Mrs, W. J. Perry. .-
Fircf Wlr IV
uate ; j?or . activuics is Lagging
,W. ; F. Ainsley,: chairman for tiie
,w' ' m'jLSim. m.- j , . gon Henaoiutauon jiund Campaiini
woman's Vtt iurmg in week- of
March 81" throush April 6. Wte an
- - - -- v.
the club, -held at the home of Mrs.
same. n. uuie on iTWay night of
last weeK. -
Mrs. Jack Burbanf anA Km n ir
jacicaon, co-cnairmen of the project,
staiea tne campaign wiu get under
way on the nisrht at Man4i 97
a.' dinner meeting at the Hotel Hert-
lora, w wmcn special guests will be
invited, including Affirinla 4,1.. Tm
of Hertford, leaders of various or
ganizations.;, H. D. Jones, Director of
li. i. Uienwav Safetv DiTfannn. will
be the bruiciDal sneakar-nf thin moot
ing. He will be introduced by Mrs.
R. Futrell. field rennxpnfAtiva fnr.
tne JJi vision.. ty v;v ..),
llfarpb SI.' til mil ' Arwll' R 5 L.
" . . -ou "f.w v, vriu uot
aesignaiea as safety Week in all the
rerquunans AMwnxy Schools, both
white and colored. Clubs and organi
zations in the county are being ask
ed to stress safety in their programs
for that week and dnWno- tlift
of April. ' f' 'i
Theclub is sponsoring the county
wiae oicycie . jaiety campaign and
lights Will be available for evrr M
cycle, . A survey is almost completed
ana 10 .date tnere urn fittl UnVwiaa in
ine county, with one more section to
oe cnecKed. .
Films will hn- ahomn on nicrlhmv
safety in' all achonla in fhe ominfir
Theatre tickets will be awarded chil
dren who display knowledge tA the
saiety rules tnrough the operation of
ineir oiKes. razes will be given In
the different are innnn fm tna ha
DOaters on aaf at; tvnA Sntctv .Tino-laa
. t J UIWO
, '1 zo woras oficbb., JMle Lee Cara
vello, Margaret W.lBagley and Sarah
C. White were annotated tsi V10 w.
, -rf t wv n aQ
gmg, and- he urges individuals who
nave received envelonea nd atamm
in uub campaign .10 revura contriou-
raons as soon as possiDle.
Mr. Ainslev aaid Anlw
third Of the coimfV nimfo Kna Kam
obtained to date xnA h rtu
ciate the cooperation of the public in
this effort to raise fnnHa tn ha
in assistinar the American Tirlnn f
carry on its program of aid to dis-
aoiea veterans and their families.
Sentences : For
fi'ing k:l CfglV
Sixteen Gases Heard By
Last Tuesday .
: Alexander McDonald and Elva Lee,
Nefi'roea. vrara 'sfvoll atv mWI..
QfT na iuvumjji JtUl
sentences following a hearing in Per-
For County Schools
Board In Snprial
Meeting On Monday '
The Pemnimnna fVumfv Tlna-rA
Commissioners and tax aanervitior win
quimans Recorder's Court last Tue. ct.;ul e Cmft House on Monday,
day in which tiie tm w raA arcn as a Board of Equaliza
P. ' f a)
of Hertford Rotary CJ f r the year
beinmng June 1, t a m" .aig ot tne
Hertford. Other officers -selected
were C. R. Holmes, - vice prestdent ;
Jack Kanoy, secretary-treasurer; Kev.
. Oarles .V.f, Bernard Proctor and
. r. " diraors.' . .'! j- '
" The c.. metiers will . entertain
4he-tr wives at a , Cr'it party, pn
TiiA-i!r nibt. ITa-wn . 1
Lr 1 Kotarians also voted to aid
0, in the iTiiaopine Islands,
"1 a lUirary tLere, by con
' and magazines to be
1 1 -i t-i. , . , , .
Russian diplomats, in Western coiin
tries, are to be restricted in their
activities., accordi'mr in rpntmrUna
placed on Western diplomats in Mos-
uuw, nctoruinjr to reports mace mis
week. Britain. "FVnrwa tLnS thtt II 9
have already nbtifiel Russian repre
sentatives mat travel wrthin the vari
ous nations will, be limited to a cer
tain number of mOea from the Canital.
or City in which the diplomats are sta
tioned. , Kussia has; for years, re
stricted - activities of governmental
representatives assigned ithere and at
long last the Western. Powers have
decided to retaliate la kind., : t J
Some 237.000 in rewards am heiitv
oiiered by New York laty for the ap
prehension or the killers of Arnold
Schuster. S7.v0nr-oM derlr. vim ma
murdered in Brooklyn last Saturday
nigoc Uiiicials state the killing was
a result of Schuster's report on Wil
lie Sutton. Ion? jmuirhf. hanlr rnhbar
...I. . .1 . J I.. . ...
wuu wa nrrcbieu lusi mania on in
formation given, the police by the
young clerk.,-' 4
To;vn Bomf Holds
Commissioners' for 'the ' 1W t
Hertford held their regular monthly
meeting Monday night at the Town
office. The usual fiaeal mattora
dispatched and a discussion was held
upon collection or delinquent taxes. '
' The Board authnrfced Ma
Darden to set up a work schedule
wnereDy men employed at the town
plant will be Permitted off four dava
in each month. At the present the
employees are off onlytwo days each
. Approval Wan voted hv ho Rnanl
to send a 125 donation to lie Edeni
win ana riuzaoeui mty lire depart
ments as a token' of 'nnnrer.iatfnn ft
assistance rendered rwen.lv in a flm
at Harvey. Point ' ' , ,
Mrs. W. G, Newby was reanpointed
to serve aaytax llstar tar th
nsung property tor 1962 taxes.: ,
T of V..6 t
, r wi t
' 1 1 . '
A former Srtn v nerireant. and nraa!
v r 1
dent returned tn head h trnvemmrmt
or uuoa this week when Fulgencio Ba-
t!ata aefoiwl mnhnl nf fSiKan. affair
kauMta charsred cnrnmUAn In tha (TiiK.
an srovernment. and atated ha 'iiiuwi
"ower to prevent a phony revolution
mannea xor tne monn of Jue. Ba
tista led a eor" in T " i u:3 ed
I - ,1 ja.
neaaea xr.e v., ,i fr a
number c Jcars, i r.' iLl x
president " - .
ureal isritain annnni... a ri r -r
cent slash in food subsidies tis week,
thereby raising the prices consum
ers must pay for meat and bread. At
the same tii e the govert.ment ci't
ta b f t the iwer' income rrour i
aloiU.J ' i meaanrM rn.rfitmM tn
provide more incentive for workers. ' '
General Dwicvlt V.isannnvar anf Fa-
t7 Tr.,,.,,, tve winners jn te
rt ' y e'.vtion rn-xi 1-
- - . .... '
t:.n .was I j i . t tt in the IZZZ
-'sctions.' EIc r.hower received more
n BO per c-t cf the KepulUcan
s cent, r: r ft " or
1 . t ar, j II j ; , vn. Lvi'ai. t
'ire r -&
t 1. -i ? a r--
"l. t t.
4 " Ti
Archie ' T. .' Lanci.
feratnnfans Count Board of ftommia.
sioners for the past two: years, today
announcea nis canuiaacv for reiectinn
to the Couhtv Board, for IfortfnTtf
Township, subject to the Democratic
Primary to be held on May 31.
Mr. Lane, who is a prominent farm
er of Hertford townshin. is sprvinc
his second term as a member of the
Board. He also served nil fha hnnrri
pwor to his retirement from the of
fice in 1942. . h .
In announoincr his candidal? for
election Mr. Lane stated, if electad to
the offfoa' ha. will anHaavnr a aarwa
all the people of the county as has
been ms poucy in the past
Central PTA Meets
Next Monday Night
Tha Parant-Taarhar A
tne ferquimans County Central Gram
aiar School will hold its regular
meeting on Monday , night, March 17,
at 7:30 o'clock. The Woodville com.
munitV' will have charsre nf the nin.
hgram witii Mrs. A. R. Cook as chair-
man assisted by Mrs. Kader White
and Mm Archia Perrv "floalal Crat.
sclousness" is the topic for the even
iay in which the two were charged
with aidinsr and ahettino- SWinS-a ra
to escape-from the county jail on the
' The dafanilanfa imm nnuul M
. - . ttwav winnu uil
March 1. following an InnufiVoK..
wnauctea or snenff M. B. Own
Lee was apprehended later in the day
Testimony presented by the State,
during the hearing, alleged the two
defendants aided 1m a
locking the cell in which Freddie Lee
was neia prisoner. Elva Lee is the
mother of FredHia Ta
Both defendants noted an onnaal '
the Superior Court and bond was set I
for each at 250d. V
Other cases dispo.-id of at Tuesday's
session of court included those of
uWln Stwartz. Gaonra Pnwall n,n-
Jennings. M. J. Nasedo anH r A Wa
bert. each of whom naiM th
1 KT WUVO i
court after pleding to guilty of a
cnarge oi speeding. .
; Earl Everineham naid a f nf ok
and costs after pleading guilty to a
cnrge oi speeuing 7& miles per hour.
C Eugene Bailev was taren
fine of 725 and tvuttft a. n omta i
I driving an overloadod truck. '.., He en-
teiea a piea oi guiJtv. ,;. .
Norman Chamberlain entarad nloa
of jruilty to '''''ving an overloaded
trucK and k-m the costs of court.
: ?T"f Jones, Negro, entered a
tetSf CUl'ltv tn ft aharora n asionU
on a 'female, He was taxed with the
costs of court." " '
;., Enterinr a nlea " of 'oniftv iA a
Niarge of failing to observe a stoa
tt ji. t - -t m
usui raec nui-uie, r., iMegro,. ..was
ordered to pay thfecpurt 'c'osTisrt ? "
tion and review, to handle matfara
pertaining to the 1962 tax valuation.
. Persons who desire to register com
plaints or ask for adjustments in
their property valuation are nnrad
to be present at this special meeting,
as it will be difficult to secure cor
rections, even if they are deemed
justifiable"! after the commissioners
nave axrjourned as a board of equal!
County Students Now
Enrolled In Five
N. 0 Fishermen Will
All .Parents and interested nnnnla
an urged, to be present '.;..
;';?:-- a-ti, f .;,..;
'.'i BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT : "
Commander: Tim R. Rm'nn and Mm
Brinn of Alexandria. Va.. . annnnnoa
the birth of a daiighterV- born .Fri.
day. March 7 '.at the Betheda ."Mir
fay w. tuuri coats, r;;
Roosevelt Hardv. Nairrn ahWd
plea of guilty to assaulting Essie Fel-
ton. He was sentenced to the roads
for 60 days, sentence to he suspended
upon payment of medical bill of EssJa
Felton. Hardy was sentenced to serve
a road term upon a previous convic
tion. ". : . ,r-'
Rudolph Shannon wa. finad SK af
ter pleading guilty to a charge af as
sault with a deadly weapon.
The State took a nol nros in the aaa
in which Curly Forehand was charged
with breaking and entering.
Revival At Anderson
Church Aug. 17 to 24
' The Rev. R. N. Gradeless. castor
of the Chowan Methodist Charge, an
nounces that the Rev. John Wynn
Myers, pastor of the First Methodist
Church of Farmville, Va., has been
eneacred as evansrelist for the Ander.
SO iMethodist Church revival to nnan
August 17 and dose August 24.
wr. Myers, one of the finest pulpit
speakers of, the Virginia Conference,
has recentlv : retnrnan frwn a w
months' tour of the Holy Land. Mr.
Gradeless feels that the church is
very fortunate in beinar ahla tn ca-
cure the services of Mr. Myers.
Meet In Wilmington
TO PRESENT PLAY
The Junior Class of rhonron Win
Bcnooi wiu present a three-act play on
March 20. at 8 P. M.. in the anhnoi
auditorium. The play is directed by
miss juouise wiison and is a comedv-
drama. The cast is composed of Sher
lon Lavton. Sarah . Morris.
Hollowell, Julia .Leary, Stanford Per
ry, sniney farKs, ijougXas Leary and
Problems facing commercial fish
ermen of iNortJi VTamlina -ariU 1.. Ai.
cussed at an onen. hesrins- to ha halA
by the commercial fisheries commit
tee oi tne state Board of Conservation
and Development at Wilmington Mar.
26 at I P. M.. in the Wilminoon
city council's meeting -room, George
R. Ross, department director has announced.
The hearing which precedes the
openinar tnat mcht of the onrinn
nieeunK' oi tne hornvl nf itha Tlanort
ment of -Conservation and Develop-
menx, win oe presided over by Mrs.
Roland McClammwh nf inhanai w;n
- " V 'VlVa aalllf
cn airman of the commercial fisheries
committee. Other members of the
Committee are: Charles TT LTanVina
ABOBKie; Jf-red P. Ithan, (Belhaven;
vnanes s. Alien, uurham, and Dr. C
aytvester ureen. Chanel ill.
r AH commercial fishermen hang
matters they wish to-place before
thd committee are urged to he pres
ent at tne Jieanng, Director Roa
Said. In view of Mia faat tha onmmar
Cial fishine- season will aoon ha n'n
mil swing in we state, me direeto
anticipates tne hearing will be we
In manv resnecta. Rnoa aaM tha
commercial fishing in 'the State for
tne SIX months nenori that anrieri .Tan
uarv 1 was better than inrinr nnveo.
ing years despite weather conditions
that at times made it most difficult
to catch 1 the larirer flah whan thav
were in worth Carolina waters.
Thus far, he added, the shellfish
season, based on reports -made by C.
D. Kirkpatrick of Morehead City,
atate fisheries' commissioner, has been
much better than usual. The harvest
of OVStera. ahrimn. hanl anH anft
crabs, clams," and escallops has been
good, 'Kirkpatrick re-
Perquimans County's school con
solidation program, In progress since
the early 1930's." was comnlatan thia
week when students of two small
Neirro' schools. Bethel mH f
pin, were transferred into the Hert-
iora colored School.
Reorganization waa aAa at tha
Hertford School Mondav mom in a
When 101 Studanfs fmm Dafhal an1
Chinquapin enrolled, making the en
rollment of the Hertford Colored
School an even 400. The school has
13 classrooms, 13 teachers, a combi
nation lunchroom and library. Grades
at the School run from tha flrot
through the eighth.
Completion of the consolidation nm.
gram was made possible when work
men completed construction of five
additional classrooms at. ithe Hart
ford Negro School. Final inspection
of the construction project was made
last week and the nroieat was arenfawi
by the Board of Education at its meet
ing Monday night.
With the consolidation completed
Perquimans County now has only
three white schools and two Negro
schools. The program for consolida-'
tion started in the early 1930's with
plans for construction of the Perquim
ans central Grammar School. This
building was first used in 1937, and
white students from most parts of
the county were enrolled, at the school
The Board of Education continued
planning for over-all consolidation of
11 1 a .a . - .
au scnoois, ana wan the aid of state
funds, allocated in 1950, and a spec
ial bond election, nroieots ware start.
ed on JfegrD schools which with com
pletion tnis .wMKjpadt. possible the
achievement dTTi long range pro
Two other nroieets. lunchrooms at.
the Hertford and Central Grammar
Schools, were included in the pro
gram, and work on these final two
projects is rapidly nearing comple-
r j s .'jus,
; "tut g
9 lilt J Viadatk
i: . 1 Tl a ' aa4
hs been announced ,
i "'Jar in priB'," t
a la t. a ari..
ct trust, the vomtt
1,'avy photo xmamti
Miss Marvina White of Winfall and
Tommy Sumner of Hertford will go to
Durham Friday to compete for the
Angier Duke Scholarship. They are
among the five girto and five boys
who are winners of the district com
petition. . Both are outstanding sen
iors at Perquimans High School. The
Anirier Duke SJholarshina ana award.
ed to six men and three women an
nually. The scholarships are valued
VFW Auxiliary To
hponsor . Dance Sat.
' - - - ;. I;
The ' Auxiliarv nf tha Garland TT
Ownlev Post, of the VFW will
a dance at the VFW Hall on Satur
day night March 15, beginning at nine
o'clock, it was announced today by
Mrs. ceorge Fields and Miss Eva
TTarria : . .
3 The dance wfll be in celebration, of
St. Patrick's lay and the public is
invited to anena.i 4
Lioness Club Will
The lianas Clllh of tfarifnrA will
observe its fourth anniversary on Fri
day : nitrht of . this " Wialr nnWh; a
party to he held at the home of Mrs.
Dorothy Bass, beginning at eight
. o'clock. T 'y ''. i ff" y- -'" "
Husbands of He mamhera of the
club will be special jruests for the
occasion. ,. ,
Board of Education
In Meeting Monday
Members of the Perauimana Board
of Education met in regular session,
in the office of the superintendent of
schools last Mondav nicflit and han
dled a number of matters pertaining
to school .business.
A discussion was conducted with
the principals of the two Negro
schools on wavs to imorove tha effi-
aieniv of the arhoola and roonmman-
dations were taken Under advisement
A report was made on the absen
tees from schools due to illness and
the officials plan a careful check on
the situation which forced 'the clos
ing of white schools two and one half
days last Week.
' . The Board . authorized Superinten
dent J. T. Biggers to investigate plans -
to avtand tha hantino evert arm a 4n the .
Hertford Negro School and the Per-1'
quimans Training . school, uid por.
tions of these two schools still use-
aoiraa foi. Tionttno tmmooaa and ha '
B1IV.1 . " .UMV..aQ (...fUl... V..-
Hoard nmnoaaa o tie In all alaoaronma
with new heating systems, now used ,
in the new portions of the buildings,
as .soon as possible..
StertGd By Indi&is
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT '
Mr. and Mrs Kdmnnd filrtnnea of
Chocowinity announce the birth of a
hah V cri'.l. hnm WawAi 9 o Tavl
Hospital, Washington, North Carolina.
Mrs. Skinner is the former Miss Jnvra
Baseball practice, for the 1962 ea-.'
son. was atarted at. Fernnimana TTicrh
School on Thursday,' it was reported
by Coach EIHe , Fearing. The pros-- '
pects for the local team this Spring-
armear firicrht oiVwlirKr 4v ' rVvaAh 1
Fearing but he stated it is still too',
soon to predict the roster for theq,
team, or bow it will shape up in com- -
A'aahednl of a-amea fn t-ha ivawn
is now being arranged and this ached-''
ule will be announced as soon as it is 4
aomnletad. : The aWhonT nffieinla hona
to play some night games again Jiis" .
year, with the weather permitting, y
JATCEE SUPPER TONIGHT ,
The Hertford Junior Chamber of '
Commerce will hold a barbeque rnip,
per 'Friday night, March 14, from .
6:30 to 7 at the lunchroom in Per"
quimans High School. Tickets may.,
be purchased from any member of th '.
organization or at the door.