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THE CAROUNIAH ,
WEEK SMDffiG SAT CROAT. JANUARY 1?, 1959
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FLORIDA'S FIRST ÜBT -- Mrs. I »lf< ••••■••■" •u Vi.iii..,' (hr
Sunshine Stamp’s first hd,», presents trophy to Mrs. Vivian Brooks. .Mrs, Brooks was elected as the
"Outstanding: Woman of the Year” hy the Tallahassee Braneh of the National Association oi Colfeßr
Women The presentation was marie dnrine a pros ram in the Charles Winter Wood Theatre at Florida
A&M University. (A&M staff photo by Horace Jones).
Baltimore Symphony Orch.
To Va. State College Feb. 9
PETERSBURG, Va. - The Haiti- i
rnor« Symphony Orchestra will ap- t
pear in concert on Monday even- j
ipg, February 9, at ft p nv, in the j
Virginia Hail Auditorium, Virginia !
State College, Petersburg, it was j
announced by tin College's Artists j
Remo Bolognim. the assistant j
conductor, will conduct the orche- j
*tra that evening.
The Baltimore Symphony Orche
stra was formed with .4 musicians
in 1918 and presented 3 concerts
during its first season. Today. 44
years later, the Symphony, with
85 musicians, plays over 80 concerts
< ach season.
Known nation wide as one of
America's top flight major Or-
Florida A&M’s ROTO h Rated
“Superior” After Inspection
TALLAHASSEE Tim Florid*
Afc.Vf University Reserve Officer j
Training Corps was rated “supen* j
or' following a recent two-day in
formal inspection by Lt. Col. Stan
ley R. Connor, inspecting officer
o( the IV United States Army
Corps < Reserve).
T.ie FA MU ROTC unit received
’147 out cf a possible 1»1Q Points to
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ehestraa, the BiHlroorr Sym
phony's fame is internationally
j reeognl/.ed through its music
advisor, Massimo Frtceia, who
conducts regularly on the con
tinent and in England. At home
ior on tour the Baltimore Sym
phony programs arc geared to
. all levels of music appreciation,
j Bolognini, assistant conductor, is ;
| a native of Buenos Aires, A; gen j
tina. Be came to the Batimore Sym- j
phony in 1955. Prior to that time
he was violinist with the New York
Philharmonic, the National Broad
casting Company Orchestra and the i
Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Before- coming to America, he j
studied violin under Eugene Ysaye i
us Belgium, and appeared as solo- j
earn s numerical rating of T,' i per*
i cent. The inspection areas included
j administration, training and disci
pline, and instructional facilities
The ROTO braide consists of
500 cadet*—364 freshmen, 183 soph
omores. 37 juniors, and 18 seniors
They are trained by a Regular Ar
my staff of five officers and seven
non-comm iss i oneri officers
I ist in concert hails throughout
South America. England Germany,
i France and Holland
! U S. farm people are less than
i I per cent of the world's papula
i lion. But they produce one-fifth of
| the world's output of red meat and
| nearly one-third of the world’s
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j Commissioner Says:
Only Most Urgent Motor Trips
Should Be Made in Bad Weather ;
Only the most urgent rnotoi
trips should be attempted wln.n
| severe weather conditions develop.
| Tar Heel motorists wore cautioned
j today by Stale Motor Vrhices
• Commissioner Edward Scheldt,
"When ice and snow conditions
are al their worst, It may prove
Unite foolhardy to venture out on
a trip which really could be post
poned for a few hours or a day,”
j Scheldt said as fur as this wintex
i is concerned, North Carolina was
anythin., but n nnmv-iYce stale.
"In the event ol a heavy
snowfall highway crews work
tin; in clear the traffie lanes
nil! i»r ti,impend in liieir el
forts by rh.iiiih.ss ir hides
whieh heroine stalled'' tie poi.it
nl out. "Since immediate at
tention must, hr itivrn to main
roads, the lesser traveled road.
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SAUSAGE lb 75c FAT BACK n 17c II kUIUNIAL slun tA |
i BOLOGNA .» 43c SALT PORK o 29c Prkt'sl iw f obmvfl sfo**'* «snh Cut?
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RIB CHOPS .... is 55c LOIH CHOPS .. te 63c «w •• *»t««.
S AVK AT COLONIAL ON % HOI f . OK HUJ
SAVE AT ( OLONIAL TIN DINNER QUALITY
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t SUGAR 5 - 39-
FOE OLD-FASHION BAEGAINS . . . SHOP CS!
nANt.SH APPI Y
TURNOVERS . . . 39c
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APPLESAUCE CAKE w 59c
VELVEiTA ... 2 ',!U 89c
f ’" TRIANGLE
MARGARINE . 2 „ 49c
| WHIP TOPPING Sf49c
PACKKRS t.tHM FRO7>N
! STRAWBERRIES SSS 99c
•SOMKI'DAIA: t-KO/KN FRENCH FRIED
! POTATOES ... 2 29c
SAVK AT COLONIAL ON I).S. NO. I \\ Hi I K
SAVeTaT COLONIAL ON OLD FASHION YORK COOKINL
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2808 S. WILMINGTON ST # C/VMEf 10 N V 0 J <A(i E m NOKTHSII>E CENTER # GLEN WOOD VILLAGE
may not be cleared for several
Drivers are urged to ask them
selves, "is this trip really necessa
ry when bad woathei conditions
advise staying dose to home',"’
If the trip is deemed urgent, the
vehicles executive advised that
: drivers or responsible, for inakiie
i these vital preparations:
1. Check on the latest road and
! weather conditions Call thci won
! tlier bureau, highway patrol or
: motor club office. Bearn whai you
i can expect to face.
2. Can you "get going" and 'keep
I going" safely? Without added Irac*
| lion, you may get stranded. Tiros
j w ith special snow tread.-, will giv,
! limited aid, at least in soft and
not-lon-deep snow. However, nnd-
I i r cf »nrt it t in -of <\ '.‘CD **nC \V * hf.'.’d
1 packed snow or jcc. drivers should
. not try to proceed without tlu: j
j more reliable help of in chain ;
Use of chains will give you sit idl
er control of your ear and usually
i ciiabe you to "get through" on
i dangerous icy and snow covered j
i surfaces. j
j 3. Is your vehicle, "storm proof';’"
| Have you had recent trouble pelt
img started in cold weather.' h I
1 your battery str6.ni;? Arc head- ■
i lights and rear lights in good op<'-
I Anting conditions? Is your fieaiv r I j
1 cirpendabie' Are windshield wip-i
its and defroster in A-1 shape, to ■
[ assure adequate visibility?
4. Carry enger with yon
i <>n a hazardous trip, you'll find it
i good to oaf . i ‘ co-pilot ’ who can
• relieve you at the wlna I If \on ■
■ have a skid wreck or get stalled,
! SfJttll r.ccd !hr a;;;:l..t..!;cc Jf .nw j
; ! tlier person. And roinpanionf.hip 1
Si VBROOK 1 \RMS I*RO'/.ftN
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i>l I t I \SIHIIN Mil It
CHEESE 49c >;
f Peril <> "
POTATO SALAD % 29c
C HEF’S PREM
COLE SLAW . . . 29c
t fIEFS FRID? MllJ> PIMENTO : t
CHEESE SPREAD . . 53c
i HEFTS PRIDE SALAD
CRANBERRY . . . 3J C
('III I 'S PRIDE SA! \l>
MACARONI . . . & 29c
'.’.ill help prevent you from jetting j
One extra attention to train
crossings. Trains will be running
••veri in bad weather. Tliey may be l
behind tin dull.', mi don't count on |
knowing that a train is due at « i
ci-(.i>;ung at a ,s)-.i vific time and j
:hink "there won t be another on* *
for hours." 11, may be hard j
<o • irauis or crossing signals !
through twirling snow. You may!
not be able to stop in time until
you an almost, at the crossing,
rightly dosed windows may make ’
it han! to hear train horns or .
crossing warning bells.
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