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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, April 06, 1957, Page PAGE NINETEEN, Image 19

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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, APRIL, b. 195/ ROXBORO-REIDS VILLE •r*t*nirnTnnnwwaifM>r’r«ißMiniiTi~nfin—■ ■■ numf i nuifirn nir mmni irrmuu—ni m— irm w tawm R.O.HBORO The home of Mr i'i Mr? Charlie Ramsey, of the •■; relic Mills section, burned 10 vs ground 'ate Frida;, evening •Hung of consequence was sav- D 'nations of money, or usabic ■ i -s will be appreciated. TV tv mi v fi 'ends of Mr Wil i Albright are happy to hear v.t he is improving from his re t illn Mr. Oliver Winstead of New 01 City was in Roxboro over lie weekend visiting friends and datives The Person County High School -■oball teavi debated Little High ichocil of Durham Thursday for nwawrt r arxaw -»■ - .vutA. GAS on,. TIRES. TUBES BATTERIES, ft. V S (18, AND Kt ROSENt On!; One Recnlar Gi * 30.9 c High Test 33.4 c Fvit! lints of User! and Recapped Tltej Best Price In town ' Authorised .Dealer on Dunlop Tire* TRAVELERS SERVICE STATION lOT S. Main Street W. R WHITT Roxboro, N. C. BUMPASS WRIGHT MOTORS, Inc. DODGE * CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales & Service Tel, 606.1 ROXBORO. N. C is ■ awi. Rtwt mvmymurßumaatmvsisaanr. rkgekSl r*~- W'ners all is said and done . . . there is only ONE place in town. We welcome you to enjoy with us in all the fun. THE CENTER Sandwich Shoppe REIDSVTLLE, N. C. McLAURIN FUNERAL HOME MRS, L. H. McLAURIN. Mgr. "Culture For Service" 115 N. East Market Street REIDSVILLE, N. C. Telephones: Residence DI S-fi2oo Business 1)1 9-7324 [ [HIT, I. TIM, '. .1V JOHNSON COTTON CO. Phone 4503 Roxboro, N. C. vit'iwj^emeiwwiii'iwnir" 'eria**—3—‘■OM—liiwn hn mm DISCOVER A New World of Fun Through Saving! 1 Vou can do if you remember that the Secret of Saving <* ‘ f\ SAVING REGULARLY, Even a eouple of dollars a week, saved •K-' 1 / regularly. OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! ©‘ Jk P/2% Dividends ' ROXBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ROXBOPO, NORTH CAROLINA rnr im —in rw niimiii mui.iiim u i., ■mi -w.waww.w., n ni.a.i .ir.rmrwMipci i wmi—i waenßA>ManicfiMMN>A.’auKai. the second time 3-1 Eddie Bul lock twirling on his own home 1 ground he id the Panther's secre tes?. for three innings, while his tc. in enjoyed a one run lead that | was tallied in the first. Willie Royster started in the box for the Panthers; but with one run scored and the bases loaded 1 with one away in the first inning, I Levi Royster was called in to take | over. He struck out the side. | Bullock for Little River was : striking out the Person County | boys as fast as they could get to | the bat; with the exception of one ; or two who managed to bit weak | ’ | infield nop flit - or. feeble slow I , • ro!ler? to the pitcher. | 1 h was iii thr fourth inning tint j Thaddeus Williams drew 3 walk ! and stretched one of Bullock's i Pitches into ? double, scoring Wtl | hams. I !n the fifth inning Willie Roy ster walked, leftfieldet .Tohn Mit ; che.ll did like,vise then Brady I Johnson doubled for his first hit ; of the rpmr > »*> *T P : and Mitchell. ! This years edition of the Panth | era is minus long ball hitters un less Car) Lunsford and novice Davis Blackwell can come through Lunsford has beer, looking good at the plate and in both games »- ; gainst Little River hr- stretched ' solid safe drives to the outfield I and Blackwell was the "big man" S with the stick in Durham last | Thursday. I The Caswell County High School ! band gave a concert in the Per i son County High School auditor -1 iurn last week j The Person County High School ! Athletic teams have been placed in ! Class four “A’ The state athletic | association did if last Saturday in I its annual meeting held at, the Hil'- j side High School in Durham. AH if-T mmnr ■«mr-marn Inr r.n.Mw r-"'^y*rn~mTW-rt»wnMiMMMm^ LAMAR ESSO SE R V ICE S TATI O N We Service the Cor. Lamar & Reams Sts. ROXBORO. N. C. * wnxHMnn PEOPLE’S BANK ROXBORO, N. C. All Deposits Insured Up To SIO,OOO : l|-r-TM>l»IT|-» 111 lil 11,w I■ I h—ii.iii , ,1.1,,! J.I i_. _i_.. j J_Ll_. Ij.t.bradsher COMPANY Plumbing: Heating Air Conditioning 218 REAMS AVE Phone 3721 ROXBORO. N C. schools that had a high school en- 1 1 oilmen! above 4.M were placed in the top bracket irregardless of lo cation. condition or personell. Now, in football, basketball, and base ball playoffs, the Panthers of per son County will have to battle Ra leigh. Durham. Wilmington, Rocky Mount, Kinston and other large places instead of Joe Toler. Hills boro, Smithfield. Chapel Hili and Oxford. WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE TALK ING ABOUT That man who lives on high way 49 that dressed las! Sunday f •nmg for church walked a J j half .? mile, then reached for his i handkerchief - - only to discover ’hat he had forgotten to put on his! pants. j The wav that Miss Veola Brown j and Leonidas Graves are making j admirable eyes at each other . j They are cool with the act , but some say an adorable friendship i.- being formed. . They deny the c hsrge. The closing of the Center Case on ins ntcr o,y i.rL. Blackweil, Xlcs Ck s ter Homemaker Refurbishes Outdoor Furniture - Proteets Hands While She Works ' v ■ v '~ ' ' ' s' Furniture that is used outdoors— whether it is wood or wicker, bamboo or wrought iron—usually requires a hit of paint and the services of a paint-brush-wielder ' to keep it looking its best from ! season to season. To protect your J nands when you set about this i painting chore, the makers of Frushay hand lotion suggest voti take a few simple precautions. Wear work gloves, of course. However, since paint has s way of getting on hands and arms in 1 spite of the gloves, you’ll want to carry your protective measures j --r--. , . .... _ * -•« I. - m |§ H < IlliPP ffll ::■ ■:/ BRIDGERS SUPREME—Modern armor must move over terrain obstacles with tittle delay. Hence the. training emphasis on bridge building in the 17th Armored Engineer Battalion of the Second Armored Division in Germany. These, laboring soldiers threw a 348* foot bridge across the Main River In two and a half hours. United States population in 1975 is expected to be 210-220 million, j ! son; Zeb says that the landlord re fused to renovate the place so that it would meet, the standard of the Health Department. He stayed foi weeks without being able to sell food, He insisted: but health de partment said no. The big cross-country transport van that Jaytee Richardson drives through Roxboro occasionaly. He drives for a big nationwide trans portation company out of Washing ton, D. C. Top job good pay. He took Sammy Elliot on a four day trip to Georgia Saturday morning. | He is on the inside track for a good i How iTwiko Blackwell j job too. made a sure:,*, in the automobile j ! body mending business, j The top salesman and sales Hr! i j will he awarded prices this week- ; j end for selling flu* most "Caro- ' j timans" up to now. The "Care- j linian” is in? .fastest growing j weekly in the nation giving 3 broad coverage or local, state and national news . , It covers the. country like the dew and it's your p3per . for you. you and you 1 a hit further. Before donning ! gloves, dig nails into a cake of | Soap to keep them free of paint, j Then, apply a generous amount of | a rich hand lotion. Use of lotion | helps offset any drying effects, | sr; d makes it easier to remove 1 paint from skin. IV hen the job is done, wash hands in warm, sudsy water using a brush if necessary. Rinse well, and dry thoroughly. Then apply oand lotion again, paying particu -1 !ar attention to the backs of the 1 hands where the natural oil | glands are scarce. . _______ ' I Juanita Walker; Girl, 15, Winner in | Omega Talent Hunt [ WINSTON-SALEM A 15-year old singer took top honors in the | annua] Omega Psi Phi Fraternity i Talent. Hunt held here lest Monday j evening at the Fries Auditorium, j Winston-Salem Teachers College. J Juanita Walker, a little 15-year old sophomore at. the local Atkins High School, won out in competi tion with 14 others. With the de cision went, a handsome cash prize, an invitation to appear in the fra ternity’s District Finals to be. held in Charleston, S. C., on April 27 and a chance st receiving full 1 scholarship aid to further her stu dies in music j The daughter of Mrs Esther Jones Walker, she sang 1 Eh, Eli’', a composition by Saminskv. The event, sponsored by the local Psi Phi and Mu Epsilon chapters of the fraternity, drew 3 near cj THE CAROL, NIAK NEW SIZE IN FAMILY STATION WAGONS &siter. •—•• -‘fot-A l .:-' AJ.' ’ ■ v%.\S.vV. ’•^wjl'" SOUTH BEND, INI). The rein•f.icin« tandard with "the third -"*'■ Twi ehniuvlo third seat has been announced for all Stude- the necessity of carrying a spare tire. Should baker and Packard Clipper station wagon the outer tire become punctured, an inner models The -observation" seat, is entered tire provides sufficient support to carrv the horn the rear New "captive-air' tires are 1 car for an additional 100 miles.. I ___ Elementary , Jr„ High Schools: Parents May Set Preview Os Reading Child Will Take Following Season ' ! BY AIKS. K YOUNG SHEPARD Reading is the basic course m school It lays the foundation for i success in all subjects A failure j in Rending generally means a fail- ; 'ure in other subjects. As an aid to ail elementary .and junior high school students for the ensuing year. 1 would like to offer ! this suggestion. A simplified do cument of reading materials that ; will be covered the following year j could be- prepared and given to I each parent that comes to school j and makes a request for one. The teacher makes it known be- . fore hand to all parents that such | aids and services are available. The j fact that the parent, comes to the school and makes a request for : such material, shows that the par- ; rnt is interested and wants to do : something to improve any handi- | j cap from which his child may be | suffering. ! On the proposed document would ! be outlined: What is expected of the child in j September: magazines, bulletins. : related materials, etc which arc j available to the children, appro priate visual aids materials includ ing suitable radio, television pro- j prams, ru w ?V : ■' - : ■.;•?. ; y u -. . at levels which children con han dle; remedial work outlined for : those who need it with suggested ! procedures for summer study: : places to buy phonetic helps, etc. I educational aids for vacation trim. ■ qualified available personnel to aid or teach pupils I If a parent had available Beit | reading test, or spelling list ana | Dolch's spelling list, he could , I just what is expected at the level i ! his child stands and could do , I something to remedy the situation j ! if his child does not- attain his po- , i tential i Maybe a School Visitation Day in May oi probably the final P T A. could be a Parent-Teacher Con ference House- with each teacher in : his respective classroom Mother could talk with "Johnny" and his j teachers about his shortcomings ! arid offer ways and means of irri- I proving Johnny. He will be more. | than pleased to be in on such a | conference and teacher, punil and j parent could realistically plan to- 1 gether. In this way. parents, teachers and pupiis could be given the chance to know what lies ahead toward making this reading pro- I gram a success. AH concerned person' would | know just what Johnny did learn j during the school year It is quite j pertinent to have recorded what is expected of each teacher and pu pil. A child will be happy to have j this type of conference with his mother and teacher. When a child l feels that, hr- parent is backing : him in his endeavors, it stimulates liis emotional well being and gives : him the feeling of stability he so much needs Tn this way not only might the child be benefited by this e.\per ience but the parent also will re ceive a bit of first, hand informs- . tion of the type of psychology that ir a basic need of every child Not only could this he done in Reading • the basic tool subject but other subjects could be con sidered. It the procedure in Read- 1 ing prove? effective, the good re- ■ parity audience It " << conducted : under the supervision of A. B Rev- j Holds, Chairman of the joint-chap- i ter Talent Hunt Committee The second prize went to Breoiln ! Roberts, also of Winston-Salem, a j pianist from the local St. Anne's , Academy, and Keyc Dalton, n stu- | dent vocalist si. the Drew Hijfh j School. Madison, took third prize. | Farmers in the United States ! marketed 2 to 3 per cent more pro- j duces An 1956 than in 1955 Egg sales in .Worth Carolina Ui , 1953 topped sales in ail other Sou eastern states. Also, North Cai o* : poultrymen have increased epst , sales faster since 1940 than either j the Southeastern area or the Unit- i ed States. I NEW SIZE m FAMSLY STATION WAOOMS : plete course descriptions. j This could be used by counselors j ■and teachers in planning next fall's j | program so that al! concerned per- ! ; sons will know what will be con- j mined in the courses they are as -1 signed. In this way, every pupil would have 8n idea of what he is | expected to accomplish during the j first semester of the new school j ; year, j Right now. let's be specific and j conquer this reading difficulty. As | : e result all other problems may | i solve themselves. Rdfo-TV Commentary BY BAKER F MORTEN FOR ANP i .»•' 7.X FIGURES TH AT RADIO I AND 1V OVERLOOKS Every now and then, radio or : tek'vi on takes off on presenta t’cr,; of the live and sprightly art ! ; called modern jazz, not to be con- I fused with Dixieland jazz of the I 1 numerous other sub-divisions of j the art made to apply to many ar- | v •’ hose talents would not al- j : low them competition ip. modern | j or progressive jazz In many radio and TV programs j ; dedicated to jazz, artists, of lesser | calibre are spotlighted in place of I | musicians of greater calibre Oft • tiniest resulting in gross distor tion? of the art of progressive jazz. In addition to distortions of the I art many top flight modern jazz ! tuen are overlooked in place of i i jazz men who really couldn’t com- j pare to them if all involved really ; came to light At hen l think of modem or pro en-vMve jazz, the names of such ! "i-nas Honk Mobley. Bud Pow- j ei]. Sonny Stitt. Gerry Mulligan, I " ' Breach. Art Blakey, Donald | Bvrd, Cannonball” Adderly. Stan j G< Jz, Thelonius Monk, and numer- j "there can hardly be oblitera ; ted Vet, when f see what televisor j insist: are modern jazz disciples, I I discover the names of Bix Birder- j beck, Louis Armstrong, Stan Ken- j ! ton, Meade Lux Lewis and an ar- j ; ray of other r usicians whose : ■ trends arc as far f ■ n modern jazz j j as day is from right, i Thus, much of modern jazz is ; !o?i to jazz lovers who depend up on, radio anr revision for their iazz enlight. lent. A greater j knowledge o. ‘ ing, however, is ■tuned for " ederbeck, Arm- S strong, Kenton and Levis are clos er exponents swing than any | thing resembling modern jazz, i n? pace or trend of progressive : -.z is generally ■H-dbuted to the |cl tons of the la Jharlie Parker, | _ Religious graph: sis | Week Set •JACKSON. Miss. Religious Emphasis Week at Jackson State : College has been .«®t for April 7-13 according to aannounce uicnt by (he Reverend A L, Rice. | College Chaplain The theme for I n? week will be: "On Being a I Christian in Times Like These.” Hie opening services will be ; held Sunday, April 7, at the regular Vesper hour with the Reverend Walter Bingham of Hawkins, Texas, speaking. Mid-day worship, religious I movies and counselling will be j imnng the features of this year’s observance. The Reverend Bingham will al- i so be the chapel speaker Wed- j it 's day April 10. A religious play will close the week's observance Saturday, April 13. Faculty consultants will be Mesdanres Bessie E. Lee, Ada Wil son and Gloria B Evans. Messrs. I V Horatio Henry, Robert, E. Lee, Join. B Eubank.-., W O. Gill, J. Dennis Beck, C. C, Mosley, and Roms c. Clay. Student leaders will he Misses Katherine Battle, Rose Powell, India McAllister, Shirley Heard, Robbie Baines, Alice Con ley, Christine and Ernestine Thig pen: Messrs Leon Hell. Jimmy James, and Maurice Bingham Good tree: to use include syea • j more, oak, tulip, sugar maple, p»- i can, ash, linden, dogwood, era bop- I pie ci ape myrtle red maple and others. I i Let s be determined to shame | Rudolph Flesch who said: Johnny i can t. read in America because he hasn't been taught to read \ Let's demand a recantation of his state ment,? by proving the fact that “Johnny " has not, been victimized ! to the wrong system of teaching j , and that Johnny has been shov n ! the proper techniques in learning \ | to read. In unity there is strength i ! and we must cooperate to success | fully solve this reading problem I suits achieved might merit tin con- ; j sideration of this idea for conn | Dizzy Gillespie and Thelomou ! Monk. And even the works of tiros j artists arc. rarely exploited by ra : dio and TV. Programs dedicated to modes i. ■ ; jazz usually wind up with many ! strains of Dixieland, swing, one: even blues involved. Yet the artists on the bill an j said to be progressive jazz play, , j Every once in a whip- a ~;■■ i jazz band, such as Duke Ellin.: > ! or Count Basic is presented but j that is as far as radio or TV c I into modern jazz. Os the comb and smaller groups there is usually more eniplv,,.; on swing than jazz. Or perhaps radio and TV offj •; : thfnis'uvcs, cannot di ding'.:: swing from Jazz '■■ot-lmwwm ■■ ..v— .... For Choice Used Cars At. L.o • I 'Prices and Liberal Term Sc GOODWILL AUTO SALES, liic. Madison Hivd Roxboro, v ( JACKSON j MOTORS Pontiac and International Trucks REAMS AYE. 1 Phone 2911 ROXBORO, N. C. LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY Quality Furniture Low Prices Easy Terms Call Us For An Evening Appointment 113 DEPOT ST. KOXBOKO. N. ( - PHONE 4081 you would a doctor or nurse, basing your choice on ability, training and experience in time of need we will serve yon with professional efficiency plus the personal interest of a friend, Sharpe Funeral Home Home of Person Mum#* Burt#! Assofiatton 24 Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulances 802 South Main Strct Telephone 61G3 ROXBORO, NORTH CAROLINA PAGE NINETEEN ifltomie Survival Program Set At State Coliseum Survival in case of atomic attack or other emergencies will be de monstrated by hundreds of Boy Scouts at the third biennial Scout Circus to be held in William Neal Reynolds Coliseum, on the cam pus of N O. State College here on Saturday night, April 13 Russel] Nicholson, of the Stati Civil Defense staff, will direct this particular event - one of II e vents to be staged by more than SHOO Boy Scouts of the 12 county Occoneechee Council area. Entries of Units are being accepted in the office of Council Executive, Spur geon P Gaskin Explorers, the older group of Scouts, will be particularly used in •he Survival Event, to show what •he 1.f.900 Scouts in the Council are being trained to do m roopera i ion wjth established Government aid other Civil Defense groups in ! an emergency Nicholson has announced that de i monstrations will include: Signal ling by semaphore and Morse code, with flag;- snd blinker lights, to establish communications, setting up and operating a complete "hot • soup" kitchen to feed emergency crews and the homeless; traffic dir ection, emergency lighting estab lishment of emergency radio and telephone communication, firs* aid, fire fighting, and a breeches buoy rescue. Another encouraging report, comes from J T. Still Ticket Rales Chairman of the spon«f."-*hg Raleigh Kiu anis Club who says “the spacious Reynolds Coliseum ; will he filled to capacity and then j some, if ill who have bought tic kets from the -Scouts show up fer : the drear “He stated that keen ' competition i- being evidenced by 'he various Scout Troops. Packs, Dens and othei Units who arc ■ ymg to win valuable prima of- J fared for the highest par cerdage j of ticket -ales BRUCE’S 5c to SI.OO STOKE G'u’idr r :■'• Clothes. Variety < Item.:. School Supplies Phoir- (I,' J Roxboro, N. C. i 11 | TERRY’S n • ' V. ! ELECTRIC J’ i - Television j iV '.cn Planning I f $ i > -■> * , .T. i i r, . . . i ...i (•>."!{< •>■■-. IT rt ise Gun. t e Tir<- R.iltio; , and Vi e'' 1 ■ r ■ jnd mPTCtI lll •.»;> r*.K(,t:r> in i.ivt son lUP • I I 1 *iFIT ( ONTF.NTMFNT! THANKS FOR COMING IN! rm Sinclair Sen ice ROXBORO, N.(

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