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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWashington daily news a ally in Cit sunday in North Carolina he made his y Bath and is treasure in Wynne 221 East main Street mrs. Wynne was born in Craven county daughter of the late George and Julia Gaskins Brinson and was married to James Robert Wynne on sponsored by the Belhaven newspapers at the time. Community chamber of whether or not the Gold was a Commerce As a major fund part of blackboard s ill gotten raising affair for the Belhaven Hoard probably will remain a memorial museum the dance mystery has become a full scale com the recipient of the proceeds Unity project with prizes. 0f the Blackbeard Ball the funds to Back up a White House the government estimates 4 pledge the goal of giving All million to5 million children Ben needy children free or Cut Price edit from the program but some school lunches by this thanks schools such As the one mrs. Giving has not been met in Hudson a children attend have Many classrooms North and a quota system which gives free getting free or Cut Price lunches by this thanksgiving. A study by the a special assignment team has found the goal will not be met. This dispatch citing scattered abuses and problems wholesale prices Down labor department says Industry Clayton elected tentative conducts figures area tour rur Itoh g0v�m0t Good news by Roland h Aydt is Iff Wrislar a stall photo by Litch Taid mrs. Effie Rae Bateman receive third piece award in miss Dail Peele receive first place award in Small Rural town category for Belhaven. Community category for big swamp in area Competition two county communities Are winners top honors in the three divisions of the coastal Plain area development association s Community contest were1 awarded Here tuesday night to big swamp in it Beaufort county Simpson in Pitt county and Robersonville in. Martin county. The winners were announced at the associations annual meeting at the Moose Lodge in Greenville. The speaker was Robert Morgan the state attorney general. Mrs. Mayo Cherry association president said that g the winning communities City Board appoints Elliott the Washington City school Board in a regular meeting Here # last night granted the Airport authority permission to install underground electric wiring on Eastern elementary school property Earl Bonner City Engineer representing the Airport explained to Board members that the wiring was necessary As part of a homing device required for safety measures. A the Board voted to appoint Harvey Elliott to fill the expired term of his brother Graham Elliott on the Board of trustees of Beaufort superintendent Jasper Lewis read a letter from tech president Charles Byrd informing the Board that the Institute expected to vacate City school property at mine la on or _ before november 30 of this year the letter indicated that the Institute expects to occupy its new facility on Highway 264 by this time. School Board members agreed to continue renting the mine la facility to Jpe Aufort tech should it be needed after vacancy Date. In other items of business the Board a established september 15 of each school year As the cutoff Date for acceptance of applications for tax sheltered a see school Page 10> represented 57 communities and about 6,000 families in the six county area. Judges said that big swamp which won the Small Rural Community division had organized a a Mutual sick Benefit club Quot and a a vault dub Quot. The Community had also raised 13,000 to Church. Judges said that Simpson which won first place in the Large Rural Community division had emphasized youth programs. Local people had organized a scout troop cooperated with a technical Institute and planned for organized recreation. Robersonville which won in the town category had constructed 25 new Homes and 50 new Low rent housing units remodeler 10 existing Homes built a Community Center established a Day care Center and conducted a labor Survey. All three winning communities received $1,50 and a plaque other winning communities for 1970 were Small Rural Community a to snot Wilson county second place Swift Creek Nash county third place and Dunbar Edgecombe and Parmele Martin honorable mention Large Rural Community a a Williams Martin county second place. Speed Edgecombe third place and Drake Nash and Lois Rainwater Wilson honorable mention. Towns a Clifton Pitt county second place Belhaven Beaufort county third place and Elm City Wilson county honorable mention. The awards were presented i see winners. Page 10� observers agree Alamance going to Issue court Lee buys Elliott Chevrolet the expected Raleigh apr Obser vers have agreed on one thing the ques tiap of who will represent Alamance county in the 1971 state Senate will wind up in the courts. This carny after the state Board of elections tuesday voted to direct the Alamance county elections Board to set aside 32 paper ballots which were cast outside polling places during the nov. 3 election in Alamance county. One of the state boards three democratic members joined the boards two Republican members in the action which casts a Cloud Over the 13-vote margin by which Veteran democratic sen. Ralph Scott Uncle of the governor Defeated Republican Hubert Lowe. Following the boards action h. Clay Hemric chairman of the Alamance Board told newsmen he would ask his Board to meet today and seek a re hearing before the state Board. Hemric said the state Board would be told it had acted illegally and would be requested to Reoe so i twirling. The Alamance Board had denied Lowe s request for a recount and had certified Scott As the Winner. It did so following a. Unanimous decision of the state Board saturday in reject the ing Lowers Appeal from county Board s decision. The state Board Friday heard Republican allegations of Tion irregularities. Without taking a vote the state Board agreed monday to allow Lowers attorney James Booker of Winston Salem to present new evidence a for the record in his arguments to the state Board saturday Booker had built his Case around the David c. Junior Lee of Pantego has bought out Elliott Chevrolet company in Washington and he will officially takeover the company a operations on next monday. November 30. The firm will be operated under the name of Lee Chevrolet incorporated. Or Lee a Veteran of Many years in the automobile business has been operating a used car company Between Pantego and Belhaven for some time. In coming to Washington he brings ,. A. A a great experience in go a sagg it Derly and disabled voters who presumably could not enter the vote enclosures. He said it was a common practice but was against the Law. Following the state Board meeting tuesday its chairman j. Bryan. Scott of Rocky mount said it was his understanding the Board had voted to Call for a recount of the disputed paper ballots. The breakdown of the vote he said would be placed in the state boards records. A i have no idea what would happen at that Point Quot he said. However he said if it could be shown elimination of the ,32 votes would change the result of the election the republicans probably would ask the Board see election Page 10 Pany. He said today a we shall retain the same Fine staff which worked for the late Graham Elliott and we expect to be excelled by no one when it comes to service. We have an outstanding sales Force As Well As a mechanical staff service shall be our the staff at the Lee see Lee Page 10 mrs. Emily Wynne b. Despite new Laws funds president s school lunch goal will not be met a 1. A / a editors note president a free lunch quota system often strict a from Massachusetts to Nixon a hunger expert pledged last year that All needy school children in America would be getting by this by the a go hungry until they get Home again. Despite new Federal Laws and Mississippi and from North Carolina to Nevada Arentt meeting new Federal requirements the Days of Paul Bunyon and babe the Blue of. Are not gone Only modernized to fit the rapid rate of Progress in the Timber Industry Bony on is still around but his abilities a a been or widened not Only As the epitome of strength but he is highly skilled and trained in All aspects of forestry babe is no longer the dumb Blue of but has evolved into heavy modern and Complex machinery the lumbermen of today Are not just cutting Trees., they Are farming their crop just As an annual produce Farmer does there is a slight difference the produce Man has a crop every year while the Quot tree banners Quot Harvest their crop every 22 year. This was the View of Timber production today presented tuesday at a regional tour conducted by Wederah the tour included v Washington grafting farm a seedling farm near Bath and a logging Woods near Edenton the company is firmly committed to the Protection of the environment because As Sterling Bailey head of the company a environmental control Section mid Quot we Are Howard minty. Clayton Mem her of Hyde Xor mrs. Emily Brinson Wynne age 94, widely known resident passed away tuesday afternoon in a Greensboro Hospital after a critical illness of four weeks she was stricken while visiting with her daughter mrs. Evelyn w. Blue funeral services will be held thursday at 2 . In the Chapel of the Oden funeral Home with the Rev. Horace s. Garris pastor of the first United methodist Church officiating burial will be in Oakdale cemetery. Serving As Active pallbearers will be Herbert a. Burgess Bonnie e. Singleton Marvin p. Tetterton Levi a Dixon a Holmes Latham and Jefferson d Snuggs the family will be1 at the Home of or. And mrs. W. Frank county a president of the Ponter suntan club has been elected District governor of the Goldsboro Greenville suntan District Clayton who edged out John Bishop of Bath who was sup county clubs says he will attend the Puritan National convention n Memphis term in january and participate in the school for District governors �?o1 know it is going to be a Busy year heading up the 32 clubs in the District but i believe suntan is one of the great Factor today helping bring Progre a to Rural communities a Clayton declared he said he will visit All of the clubs and seek to impress upon the member the importance of promoting the goats of Puritan. Clayton said he also Hopes that one or two new clubs can be organized in the District Quot i m counting on the help of All the run tans in the Goldsboro Green Ville District and especially those in this area a a the Hyde county Man said Clayton a Elevation to District governor was a he second office to which he has been elected lit recent weeks he was also elected president of the Beaufort Hyde Puritan Council an organization Lite environment continuing representing All the clubs m the Bailey explained. Quot our practice two count ies designed to of. High yield forestry is the most significant Advance management since Man Laws Cults filed first Learned to Harvest and replant Trees. A with it we move far beyond passive Reliance on nature Slot random Pace of regrowth putting skilled men and highly sophisticated equipment in control of vast tracts of com Puter regulated Trees Quot Bailey added at the Washington grafting farm near Here there Are 230 acres with 180 of these in production. Quot the Washington operation was started in 195k. From 46 Parent Trees now there Are approximately 20,000 grafted saplings Quot commented Orton j. Peevy supervisor Quot of tree improvement it is a fast moving operation with an extremely wide Range of interests. Other than making paper they work with plywood storage boxes along with other useful items. They subsidize local schools and furnish insurance and medical needs for their employees. A a one of their a pet programs Quot is the preservation of the wildlife and natural surroundings. They have supplied the Albemarle sound area with an attractive Refuge for wild game. Chap hut chenson area manager said a a it a a Hunters a the method of taking the Good from nature and not replenishing it has been outdated a explained Harold Nelson Forest Engineer Quot our a see Trees. Page 10. Friday nov. 27 a a by a a Hoy thu 1.4%ton coordinate the work of Puritan m Beaufort and Hyde counties other District officers elected at the District convention in Kinston to serve with Clayton include letter Dali of Maun lieutenant governor and Bilty Cheak of Washington a member of the Runyan dub. The Bath Puritan dub a consistent award winning club again picked up both the Community service and at Tendance plaques Clayton taking note of the outstanding work of the Bath club in Community service and a Sec Layton Page 10�. D. Dismissals goes to Issue court attorneys for Charles r. Davis and David m. Milligan have filed complaints in Beaufort county Superior court seeking reinstatement with Beaufort county technical Institute on the grounds that they Are innocent of the charges leading to their dismissal and alleging that their rights to due process were violated in the actions drawn by attorneys John Wilkinson and Jim Vosburg it is further charged that tech president diaries Byrd did publicize his dismissal of the two men when he had no authority to dismiss As quoted the charge contends that this publication was a calculated. Deliberate malicious and unlawful and without any just cause whatever and made with the intent to damage and. Injure the Painti i Davia .1 the complaint filed for Milligan makes similar charges. Both Davis and Milligan Are requesting that the court award them the sum of $25,000 each for actual damages and the additional sum of $25,000 each for exemplary or punitive damages the complaint regarding reinstatement is made against the Board of trustees of the Institute and president Byrd the complaint regarding suit for damages is made against Byrd Only. Prior to their dismissal in mid sept Ember Davis was employed As Dean of student personnel and Milligan As registrar and director of Public relations both under contract. A no Date has been set for the court to consider the matter. Larkin to Aid Blind in n. C. Raleigh a it gov Bob Scott announced today the reappointment of or Daniel Smith Currie or. Of Fayetteville to the professional advisory committee of the North Carolina commission for the Blind Scott also announced the appointment of or. Ernest w Larkin Jug of Washington and or Clarence Zebu Ion Deal of Conover to the advisory com Mittee. Washington it a the government said m a Pratt two. Nary report today that whole a ale Price dropped this month. A cheer tug economic note after tuesdays report of october a biggest jump in living Costa in six. Months wholesale costs of food and a Broad Range of Industrial raw material s declined two tenths of one per cent in november Only the second monthly decline in More than a year the report subject to change when More details Are available said the decline brought the wholesale Price Index Down to 117 6 this Means wholesale buyer paid $117 60 on the average this month for goods Worth $10ft to the 1957-5# period on which the Index is based it raised Hopes that living rests will later ease off from their sharpest continuing Rise in Inore than 20 years tuesdays report had said living Coats Rose six tenths of on per cent m of Toher and were Back up around the 6 per cent annual rate of a climb that has failed for nearly two years the wholesale report said a Price of farm products dropped nine tenths of one per cent Indi eating the possibility of lower grocery prices which had also shown a decline in october the report said prices of Industrial commodities showed no change this month the first time there was no increase to 17 months Industrial prices had lumped sharply last month eight tenths of one per cent largely because of higher prices of new cars and fuels it to it a holes a a Index stood at $.5 per cent alive a year ago. The smallest year to year Rise in 15 months said the Bureau of labor statistics. -. A Quot Sharp Price drops for livestock particularly hogs and cattle were almost entirely responsible for the decline. For farm the Bureau said a the depressed markets for livestock were reflected in substantially lower meat prices which caused practically All of the decrease for processed foods and feeds Quot it said prices of Cotton and Coffee also declined. The decreases offset higher eggs milk chickens fats and oils Cereal and bakery products and fish in industrials there were substantial Price declines for metals and Metal products Iron and steel scrap lumber and Wood products the report said there were also Price drops for paper products crude rubber and plastic and rubber products and textiles it added these decreases offset Price hikes for electric a Power rates residual fuels gasoline distillates and Anthracite Coal the Bureau said nevertheless the Sharp Rise isee Economy. Page 10 Belhaven ready for pirates Ball Belhaven a Belhaven a fourth annual Blackbeard Benefit Ball which has become the major a social event of the thanksgiving season for residents of the town and surrounding areas of Beaufort notorious pirate Home in nearby supposedly hid his the Belh Aveil area. There Are Many reports of finding buried Gold Here. In 1938 the late Dallas Jordan in and Hyde counties will be held powered three or More Gold Friday nov. 27, at 8 . In the ingots while blowing on his farm new american legion building near Belhaven and the find was on. Pamlico Street Extension in verified by a s. Treasury of Belhaven. F a rials and Rar Vertod in a Roa in the massive program documents Why. By Austin Scott associated press writer every weekday morning four of mrs Mary Hudson a children leave their weather ravaged wooden Shack in the Northeast Mississippi Hill country and trudge Down the Muddy red gravel Road toward the school bus at lunch two children get free meals the other two victims of West As Well As South Urban As Well As Rural. Inside the Mississippi Shack mrs. Hudson said her income All from welfare is $90 a month. There Are a a Heap of Days a she said when she can to give the two children the 30 cents each needs to buy lunch. Mrs. Hudson s poverty May be extreme but her problems with the Federal school lunch program Are not. An. Associated press study disclosed that varied school Dis lunches to some needy children while others just As needy have to pay. In other schools the a study and separate investigations by private welfare and Church groups found officials refuse to notify parents there is a free lunch program ask children to work for their free lunches deny lunches As punishment and segregate children getting free meals so their classmates see lunch Page 10� december 9, 1891. Or. Wynne proceeded her in death february 24, 1913. Mrs. Wynne owned and operated a restaurant in this City for Many years and was a member of the first United methodist Church. She is survived by a daughter. Mrss. Evelyn w. Blue Greensboro two sons a Lee b. Wynne and w. Frank Wynne of Washington five grandchildren 11 great grandchildren and .11 great great grandchildren. / Unity project with prizes decorations refreshments and a services being donated by area civic organizations businesses and individuals originators of the Benefit Ball chose Blackbeard to represent the gala affair since the seafaring Community located on the Untra coastal waterway at the juncture of Pantego Creek and the fungo River lies in the Center of an area Rich in historical fact and fiction concerning the activities of the of the Belhaven memorial museum has literally thousands of exhibits portraying the Rich historical past of the area. Started Many year ago by mrs Eva Blount Way the collection was purchased and put on permanent display after her death in 1962 by a non profit corporation organized by a group of Public spirited citizens. Many other items of see Ball Page 10 pirate planners making final plans for Haven s annual Blackbeard Benefit Ball to be held there Frida right nov 27. Are left to rights Beard contest tute defender Gilbert smith., Belhaven mayor or. Charles Hoy cow and Bull committee co chairmen Ralph Wallace Vin Keech. ______.______________�_.-�-. Weather �armu., f. -1 , re it Wmk thie a a it his time a let and 50-lm, ii a a Law of Start Ishoo 1909 if you do not got your paper dial ##-214$ Between # 10 and 1 00 ii Cox k and one will Hight fun Page

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