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ENDING sATCIDAY APRIL g. 1958
obs Down 172,000 In
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Ajrt'-uhus'? efctiinu'.- »
Kyi -cmvl’y r ■ 'id •veath- .• and the
f r’Tf.ydowr.'-n d trend iv .farm
employment ;••:< said i„ hn- e ao
ntM tnc the :lerline
T' , 'l employment in the
Vru*«d -1 t ■'- during February
pi r*,<i:<3.oW, compared with
6,63 "TIFI n .'.-".Tr ?50. The South ar
counted fn> alt 22/(0 <h:
The -vt-,,.,,..... . ...pl.,- tTr nt f. s .
'•' rr '" am ’he !<>’•••• i on verosd tor
thft. Rffth. T f > were 11 percent
" "' : ens at work than m
W*. and near’" ::o percent fevet
then -rus.: to;.-
Family v <>■ k« re made up mot I
c? the ne.'tcT' i ■ 1/4 Onu o op.
they run /..-Of: iV.-ftT?
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j ‘ons employed on farms has de
! ‘'reseed by 40 percent, while the
arm copulation has drropped 37
• i percent
.•'... farms have become meeha
■d and farming t» rlinology has
: dt - ' moped, the average productiv
, ,t\ <t the f S farm worker has
'.('.creased And fanning units have
beccmf largo t and fewer as a per
-1 i rotors have tried to keep their raa
-1 ''hmery busy. The number of farms
i" now i’O percent fewer than in
> i ips.
! v\ ith thr-v’ change:', have comp a
i ; decline in the need for farm work
j cr, and a use in migration to in
-tftnrl i■ Since 1635. ibe riurn
! ht-r of non-white farm operators
j the South has dropped from 316,
■ | 747 to 467,770, or by more than 43
nrreent, while the number of
I white farmers in the Smi<h has dc
: chn' d from 2.606,176 to 1 348.837, or
I by 20 percent.
; One gram of procaine penicillin
pound of ».3(t offered free
• hmee looks promring In confroll
| "is bloat.
.•■'tit.' tvere fi( r rl asalnsf the county
boards of education.
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MOMENT f>F INSPIRATION—Dr. Rcnjamin E. Mays, president
.%t Atorc/touse College. Atlanta, Oa.. who delivered the closing address !
at the 32ml Annual ifomemakins Invtitnfe u Bennett College, talks
: with one of (be visiting youth Day’s delegates and her Bennett Col- !
; lege friend while another delegate, despite warnings, looks straight'
i at the cameraman. Left to right: Miss Ruth Dobson of Vadkin High i
: .’•ehool, Vadkinviite: iM Clara Carter, Bennett College junior, also i
I of Tadkinville, and Miss Marlene Miller of Carver High School, Win
Yes, We All Talk \
By Marcus H* Boulware
QUESTION: When used .over ,
vewei what dcea the little bar in
dirate’ Mrs K. L.
ANSWER The lithe horizonta
j b«t of which you speak is caller
I the macron Tt, looks in appears net
j much like the hyphen, and' it indi
| cates that the vowels (A, E. I, O
j U) are long, or in other words that
• the vowel is sounded jurt like its
i name in the alphabet.
To put it this way, appears to ms
to be better in a sense than indi
eating the pronunioation by key
SUPPOSE, for example, you cams
across the new word “faux pas'*.
The dictionarv hst the pronuncia
‘ton as FO-P.A The “n - has over
it the macron 'horizontal b=r'
| Joining the “F" with it we get TO"
: to rime with "ro"
lr» 4f»» CPPAHiI eylf^l.l r IL.
A lifts 'U O dots IH I fC■; I I n\ pv
d This means that the “A" has
the sound of “\H p would
rune with BAH" “A" with t«o
| dot* over it j s termed the Long
I Dalian "A”, the open.throat
j vm ‘c' U is the A used ~,
noent’v by singers,
i A good book pronunciation is The
Speech Arts by Alice Craig, pub-
I Garden Seed
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lishcd by the Macmillan Company,
a I New York and Atlanta. There is a
j good discussion of this subject in
| Chapter IV end it is based upon j
| the Webstenan Diacritical System ■
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,l j For one of my free discussion |
T i pamphlets, send two stamps and a j
!* self-addressed envelope. Write Dr
'• Warms H, Boulware, St. Angus- j
•' tine's College. Raleigh, North Car- ‘
v Career oay |
Observed At l
Harnett Go, |
i LILLINGTON Recently Shaw- !
| town High School was host to the j
annual observance of ' Career Day,' ]
Juniors and seniors, from. Harriett I
High School of Dunn, and senior? !
of Sh3\vtown received valuable in- |
formation about pre-requisites. 1
e I training and possibilities for ad
vancement and success in various
professions) and vocational fields
The keynoters for the two-day
program wore Dr. Ray Thompson
of North Carolina College, Durham,
and Mr O. A. Dupree of Clinton
i Dr. Thompson inspired the stud
j ents with a brief discussion train
ing specifically for life's work, Mr.
| Dupree urged .each student to pre
i pare himself well, and in the rour ?
| of preparation, not to be content
| with just getting by, but get all
| that, there is to be had: thus »n.
| abling you to meet, any situation
; that one encounters.
! Consultants from many schools
j and businesses were on hand to
j five first hand informal ton. On
j Wednesday the following persons
i were present: Captain Arthur
j Tbompkins, representing opportu
j nities in the Army; Wave Recruit
j er A N. Greer; and Navy Recruit
! er P. H. Brydon for the Navy. RO
TO Cadet Lieutenant Milton Peters
told student? cf the advantages In
attending colleges that have RO
Mrs. Pitts of Civella’s Beauty
School, Air. Stitt of the Southeast
ern Business College and Dr. Rob
erts of Shaw University brought
| pertinent information to those in
terested in folowing careers in
beauty culture, business and relig*
ion respectively Dr, Wooten »f A.
! & T College gave the students
j technical information about engi
| neeDng, mechanic? and other spe- i
eia? field? of endeavor,
On Thursday the discussions i
were li'-elv and each consultant '
discussed his area of study: Law I
Attorney Mitchell of Raleigh; Nur
sing, Mrs. Anderson and Mias
Brown of Lincoln Hospital. Dur
ham; Mathematics and related
fields. Mr Matthews of Saint Au
gustine's College: Careers in Sci
enee, Dr Tort on of N. C. College
and Mr. Jacobs of Shaw Universe
ty; Social Sciences Dr. Hines of
N C. College; Library Science. Dr
Smith; Medicine, Dr. C Debnam of
Puquay Springs Mr. Gaston of
Johnson C Smith University gave
to th<» participants the general r»
puirements of the college curricu
j At. the close of each session. In
formal question and answer peri
ods were held. The theme for the
Career Week activities was "A Ba
lanced Education Makes for a Bet
ter Life and Better Living “
“Before I decide to settle
down here, what about your
i income tax structure?”
Alpha Chapter To Premiere
“St. Louis Blues” April 17
TOLEDO, Ohio fANP)— Alpha !•
Xi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity will sponsor the
midwest, premiere cf the late W.
C. Handy’s ‘St, Louis Blues" on I
Thursday April 17.
Proceeds from the premiere will i
augment Ihc chapter’s 30th anni- I
versary scholarship fund.
R- Roger Ramsey, genen&l j
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ESSO fIAWLINE- NORTH CAROLINA’S BIGGEST SELLER
ehairmaa of the event, said he
hoped that one of the stars in
the motion picture Earths
Kitt, Nat (King) Cole. Cab Cal
loway, Ella Fitzgerald and Ma
halla Jackson—would make %
personal appearance at the pre
The arrangements committee has
reserved accommodation* in a
downtown theater for after -theater
entertainment for those attending
Assisting Ramsey in the promo
tion of the premiere are Jerome
Guilford, tickets; Herman Miller '
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