stA::d."!d rn'irrr." cd lows'ills, r.-;iru:.a im; P'EROUMANS WEEKLY Hertford, Perquimans County, N.C., Thursday, Sept. IS, 1977 15 CENTS tIK. KILYE 1. DANIELS JR. Daniels Gets Appointment Uooletsit Ceverior Jimmr Greet b ss Manl the jMMMMt of Boaster Ketm t. Dasiels. Jr. f Elaabeis CKjr to (Jb Stat rnu Ua. Cwemta wa. Daniels remu the fvi Sotaloral District eprud of Bt i aloft, .BorCa. CsMea. Chovas, Camtack, Dart. Cites. BarUori. Hyat. Morthsnp toa. PaiquoUak. Per iaaai. Tyrrell and VaifcjegtoaCouatiet. Tt swrpeor at the e alasiaa is to stony sad matt recoasMadstiaas for djrectiea ad IrgulatkM ceacersisg tat parks Library XJ pdate By WAYNI EENRITZE Bookmobile Schedule Tt bookmobile win be operating In the Belvidere and Whttestos areas of Perquimans County on Friday, Sept. 16 ad every third Friday thereafter. Deotiaatioa Arrives Departs Great Hope Cherch 10:00 a.m. 10:30a.m. Hooter's fort Pentecostal 10:45 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 0. A.Ckappeirs Store 11:20 a., , 11:50 a jn.. CJ. Stalling' Store : 12:05p.m. 12:35p.m. Up River FrieadiCharch 12:50 p.m.' 1:20 p.m. Laydeas Start V 1:35 p.m. 2:05p.m. Bailey Swamp Wesleyai Cb arch 2:15p.m. 2:45p.m. ML Siasi Baptist 2:55p.m. 3:25p.m. Story Hour ' Tkc Friday Boraing story hour for preschoolers ages 3-5 viU be held Iron 10-11 a.m. A lot of the regular participants have recently goat oa to kindergarten and aow there is plenty of room for additional story hdur participants. ': Parents cat sUy at the library with their child during the ; story how or raa errands and pick their child up af 11 a.m. New Books .v vv Dart Lady by Louis Auchineloss is the story of the toll take on a woman by her rise to power over 30 years in New Yerk's offices, apartments, and suburbs.' Tba Frtack Hutbtad by Ethel Gordon tells the story of stolea birthrights Involving huge family vineyards in France and the stntggl for control that tears a family apart- ' . ... t Th Voir la tbt Clmdi by Bon Faust is a story of park rangers searching for lost mountain climbers In the face of t blizzard and a sniper. Child of to timing by Pauline Gedge is a novel set in sncieat Egypt chronicling the rise to power of a woman phareas over her husband and Ulegimate brother's rightful .". claims. , ... ) y,-, , sTba Cmksxzi Corerlj Howard Kaplan tells the story of aa agiej ft scat to rescue the Jewish ghetto in Syria. ; . Ctrtt.a i trple: America 'a Black Elite by Stephen Birm '. h"a.3 examines conflicts between the old guard of black 1. educators and philanthropists and the nouveaux Xrkrs such as the millionaire executives behind black "cations and products. '. - " I d Lore To, But Wbat'tt Wear by Polly Bergen is a eoir.pkte woman's clothing guide for anytime and anya here wtichfoes into the why's, not just the what's, of fa:.:onat!edm. ne 'ett PoUot Fltneta and Diet Book has individual pro grams tyse ana sex. Tt Kar la Ce Trtachea by Alan Lloyd is a well il lur'ratedhlorycfWorldWarl.. - lLt Kti Li'e ty Dora Hamblin is the behind the see-:s I '-;ry tf LL magazine. IZtSJef- i JT.'. ftyTerrclMiedanerisanovelin-volv'..-i a trial i.r c:Jr following an operation which is suceet..J la that &e patient lives and recovers, but without tcrssuL : . RGoreation DepL. It system in North Carolina. Other areas for considera Uo by the commission in clude state and federal fuadinf . land acquisition, development and operation f exlsiting parks, and pro jected needs for placement of new parks. In announcing the ap pointment Green praised Daniels, a hanking execu tive, as a valuable addition to the commission. He will Join Senator James B. Gar rison of Albemarle, Senator Rachel G. Gray of High Point and Senator Joe H. Palmer of Clyde, on the commission. . : " .a ar.d Pa.' s Department i aa ejea k; "e L.;s coming j.n. ,tbirectt;::J3 The Little Over $36,000 Allocated To EMS More than $36,000 has been allocated to the Albemarle area for emergency medical services. Bill Undefkofler, Re gional Coordinator of Emergency Medical Ser vices (EMS) In Region R, has announced that 136,732.20 will be awarded to eligible emergency ser vices providers in the area. This figure exceeds that of any other region in North Carolina. : , Funds will, be used for equipment - andor minor renovations, to hospital emercency services. Facilities to which awards are granted must provide 25 per cent of the cost of equipment purchases andor renovation. Special Week Bill Cox, Mayor of Hert ford, has proclaimed the week of Sept. 17-23 as Con stitution Week and urges all citizens to study the document and express gratitude for the privilege of American citizenship. The special week notes the 190th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution by the United States. Nationwide, the week is being celebrated with a similar proclamation by President JimmyCarteiv- Police Report The Hertford Police Department has released the following report of re ' centactivities: ' " . "i .CITATIONS Joe Alen Harrell of Rt. 3, Box 621, 'Hertford was cited ' for speeding at a rate of 39 mph in a 25 mph zone by Of ficer R.L. Harvey on Sept. 5 on Church Street. ''. Martin Edward Bateman of Rt; 2, Hertford was cited Sept. 9 by Officer J.R. .Logan for running a stop sign at 10:43 p.m. Lenton Calvin Holley Jr. of Rt. 1, Box 101-A, Tyner was charged, with speeding 89 mph in a 25 mph zone by Officer Harvey on Sept. 11 on Church Street, v . ARRESTS Joan Krause Twiford of . 110 Wynne Fork CourfJ" Hertford was arrested by Officer Harvey Sept. 9 on a. . . . nsir s rtirpotort nv rim. ... ci, t.h.'hnM Magistrate J.D. Young who released her on her own recognizance. Wallace : Hill of 315 Market St., Hertford was arrested Sept. 9 by Officer Harvey for, assault and battery. ' ) " Grandy White of King Stiv Hertford was arrested by Chief Marshall Merritt and Sheriff Julian Broughton at 8:45 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Per quimans.: High School Athletic Field for public in toxication; disorderly con duct and resisting arrest. He was -placed in the Albemarle District Jail. ; Francis1 J. Gebo of 218 . : Melton Ave.; Ballston Spa, 1 N.Y. was arrested for driv s. - under the influence by -t J.C. Boyce at 5:45 1, -t. 10. He was' . i the Albemarle . Jail under a $200 "IDENT ; . !or Reynolds of x 24, Creswel! l ruck a parked i II;rr:s Shaping :"-;l'tr ;t. 11. itr" ita ii 1. 1, r . '.:r The Albemarle Regional Planning and Development Commission (ARPDC) will apply for the funds which will then be designated to eligible applicants. Eligible applicants for these EMS funds in the ten county area are Albemarle Hospital, Washington Coun ty Hospital, Chowan .Hospital, and the Outer Banks Health Center. Ad ministrators of each i hospital have been in formed of the available funds. Civic Calendar THURSDAY, SEPT. 15 Hertford BPW Club meets. Hertford Fire Department meets. ' . The Hertford Lions Club will meet and be holding the annual light bulbs and broom sale. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 The Perquimans County Jaycettes will hold a bake sale from 10 a.m. until at Harris Shopping Center. Cookies, cakes, pies and other homemade items will be on sale. The Hertford Business arjd Professional Women's (BPW) Club will sponsor a yard sale from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Noah Gregory's Garage. SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 The Snug Harbor Civic League meets. MONDAY, SEPT. 19 The Perquimans County Board of Commissioners meet. . - . A meeting of the Marching Unit Parents' Club will be held. TUESDAY, SEPT. 20 The Hertford Rotary Club will meet. The Belvidere-Chappell Hill Ladies Auxiliary will meet. , , Perquimans Masonic Lodge meets. The Snow Hill Whitehat Homemakers Club meets. FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 The Belvidere-Chappell Hill Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual auction sale from 7 p.m. until. The public is invited and may bring donations to be auctioned. The proceeds will go to benefit the department. The annual crowning of the department queen will also be held. Beamon Presides In District Court Here Judge Grafton Beamon presided at the regular ses sion of Perquimans County District Court on Wednesday and heard the following cases: Dennis Petaway was found not guilty of appear-' lng to be intoxicated; ; Edgar Lee Lane II, was found guilty of simple possession of marijuana was placed on probation with general conditions for two years and given a fine of $50 and cost; :. Milford Darnell Jones made his first appearance on charges of breaking and entering and larceny, and Probable Cause Hearing was set for Oct. 12; In reciprocal support ac tion, George Barnett was found to have an arrearage Ul uc uciciiuaui was t nrnwrpn if. iimv as.ii iwmhiv I J 1. ... IA --. r-j t 'beginning February 11, 1077 TnHtfA Rikamnn alcn pun8 the defendant of willful contempt of court and ordered him to be in the custody of the Sheriff for 25 days with execution stayed on condition that he pay $80 "4 Hi?' - W 1 r.LL r- '- FAST APPROACHING The scenes above remind area s tht der '! lingerirg summer weather, Fall is fast ap- r . . :'. V At l"ft, p; np!;ins at:d squash line the front yard of the Alton rs ci Rt. 4, Kcrt:.. - waiting to be sold. At risht, this harvest The Region R Emergen cy Medical Services Coun cil, chaired by Graham Pervier of Currituck Coun ty, has been mandated by the State Office of EMS to coordinate and compile ap plications from the area prior to submitting them to the state through ARPDC by December 1. Funds are to be made avialable to ARPDC no later than March 1, 1978 for obligation or expenditure no later than June 30, 1978. that day and on September 28 he is to pay balance of ar rearage and to continue $20 payments. The defendant was rescheduled for further hearing October 26; Merrill Carlyle Lamb, charged with driving under the influence (2nd offense), received a fine of $135 and cost was ordered not to operate a motor vehicle in North Carolina for 12 months; Wyonne Skinner, charged with assault and battery, was given a five-day jail sentence suspended for two years, and a fine of $20 and cost. The defendant was told to remain on good behavior, not to assault or threaten Shirley Johnikens - during the period of suspended sentence: Shirley Johnikens, charged with simple assault and assault and bat tery, was taxed with cost of the court, and was told to remain on good vehavior, not to molest or assault Wyonne Skinner. Prayer for judgment was continued for 12 months; ni . T&f. '-T-?fj 3 DISCUSS MEMBERSHIP - Douglas Layden, Chamber of Commerce Vice President, is shown discussing the annual membership drive at the Chamber Board of Directors'-Monday night meeting. At his Chamber Kicks Off Membership Drive The annual membership drive was kicked off Mon day night when the Board of Directors of the Per quimans County Chamber of Commerce held its regular meeting. Chamber Vice-President Doulgas Layden who is heading the drive reported that there are currently 149 chamber members and new prospects totaling 25 will be contacted. A business session was held following discussion on the membership drive. In action taken, the Board approved a recom mendation to contribute $500 to the Recreation and Parks Department to help offset the expenses of awards or trophies for the recreation program this year. 7.- In other business, the Board approved Friday, Dec. 2 as the date for the annual Christmas parade providing that date does not The court appointed an attorney for Victor Askew, who was charged with larceny in general; Prayer for judgment was continued for 12 months in the case of Steve Smith, who was charged with trespassing. The defendant was taxed with cost of the court; Probable cause was found at the Probable Couse Hearing of Curly Butts, who was charged with breaking and entering and larceny, and the case was placed on the Superior Court Docket; William Henry Askew, charged with abandonment and non-support, was given a 90 day sentence suspended for three years, with cost, was ordered to pay $20 for use of children beginning September 2 (Julia-Ann and Tommy) and like sum each week to Margaret Elizabeth Askew; '" John Melvin Kirby, charged with driving under the influence (2nd offense), received a 90 day sentence 1 left is Mary Sue Roach who was named acting executive secretary for the Chamber during the business session. (Staff photo by Kathy M. Newbern) conflict with the Edenton or Elizabeth City parades. It was reported that the Annual Chamber of Com merce Banquet will be held Nov. 14 with Congressman Walter B. Jones as guest speaker. Tickets to the ban quet, to be held at Angler's Cove Restaurant, will be $7.50 per person or $15 per couple. In discussing the need to order membership plaques for the new chamber year, a motion carried that the same style be used again but green in color. A donation in the amount of $25 to the Museum of the Albemarle was also approved. A lengthy discussion was held on the upcoming elec tion of , Board members. That election will be held at the next meeting scheduled for October. The current by-laws state that two directors must be elected from each township. The question arose whether the suspended for three years, a fine of $200 and cost, was told to surrender his operator's license to the Clerk of Superior Court, and not to operate a motor vehicle until relicensed by the State. An appeal was noted; Clyde Ray Mc Cutter, charged with aban donment, was placed on Probation for two years, was ordered to pay cost and was told to continue to sup port his children. The State reserves the right to move for final judgment upon good cause shown; John Richard Godfrey, charged with driving without caution to endanger persons or property, was given a fine of $25 and cost; Ralph Fay Nixon, ,,.., . ,. . . setting brings to mind cool nights and the rustling of leaves. This scene is at the home of the M.H. Elliott Jr. family, also on Rt. (Staff photos by Kathy M. Newbern) . ' . township is the area where the individual resides or where he or she works. President Waldo Winslow volunteered to look into the matter and report back to the Board prior to the mail ing of ballots to chamber members. Ann Young reported on progress at the U.S. 17 park and said members of the high school agricultural classes have agreed to build a bridge to be used there. Brochures promoting Perquimans County were discussed and it was decided that updated ones are needed. Before adjourning, the Board approved a motion naming Mrs. Mary Sue Roach acting executive secretary for the Chamber of Commerce. That action was necessary when the former executive secretary failed to notify the Board of plans to report back to work. charged with being in volved in an accident resulting in property damage, was given a fine of $25 and cost; Frank Edward Kennedy and Harry Jackson Gibson, both charged with speeding, were taxed with cost; James Monroe Allen was found guilty of speeding and using an expired operator's license. He was given a fine of $50 and cost; Rupert Edwin Swayne was taxed with a fine of $40 and cost on a speeding charge; Gordon Dale Meads found not guilty of speeding; Catherine Reynolds (See COURT, page S) i 4 ......... i!