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the CAROLINA JOURNAL Wednesday, May 11, 1966 Page Three
Mom’s Day Present;
Beach Bail Notices
By CORNY STILWELL
Well, it came and is gone—gone with it are fond
memories and forgotten moments. Of course, I’m speaking
of Mother’s Day weekend. You know, that’s the time of the
year when all good kids remember their moms with a
postcard from OD. Ah, those sandy shores, cool breezes and
miles of white caps on the peaks from the Pad. Well, I
really shouldn’t have said that all good kids send post
cards—some send bail notices.
I had an unusually rewarding meeting with the chief
this weekend—chief of police that is—of OD. (who
didn’t?) But I really wasn’t In any sort of trouble with the
law. Heavens no! I was merely a case of a mistaken
identity. We rented a honda for the day, you see, and he
thought we were part of the Blue Angels. Have you ever
noticed how loud a little, old, tiny honda sounds without
the thing-a-ma-bob on the tail pipe? We lost it somewhere
on the “sunset strip’’ and never did find it.
But I saw a lot of my good buddies down this past
weekend. You really couldn’t miss seeing them. There was a
nice street dance at 8;00 which turned into a lovely street
brawl after the band got there. Those Chamber of Commerce
people really do know how to entertain young people. I saw
quite a few of them dancing in the crowd. It was a shame
that the police got so carried away with carrying away
youngsters who stood too near them and accidently got hit
over the skull with those cute little blackjacks.
One of my friends called home bright and early
Sunday morning to tell his mommy “Happy Mother’s Day”
and to tell his father that a drunk telephone pole had
stepped in front of his car and totaled it. Such a shame ...
they charged the pole with failure to yield the right-of-way
and it was right there at a pedestrian crosswalk.
Sunday afternoon I ambled into the beach shop and
saw a girl getting her belated Mother’s Day gift. It was a
beautiful dress, I’ll agree, but you couldn’t believe what
she paid for it! Some people really appreciate their
parents. Then I heard her tell the clerk that she hoped
her Mom liked it, but that it was a shame that it was going
to be too small for her.
Oh but there were thousands of kids there for the
weekend. (One too many for some poor joker). Poor Fred
was out of it when he spied his girl, Amy, coming down the
beach. “Amy, my love,” slurred Fred, “you’re an angel
from above. Let’s go over to the Pad and get away from the
group.” (Actually, Fred was a little shy about being seen
with her—she was his OD girl.) Well, ole “angel from
above” helped ole Fred stagger across the road and into the
They sat down (can you believe it?) and were enjoy
ing a nice conversation until out from behind a crate ran
a little mouse. Amy screamed and without thinking she
sprang from the chair and leaped upon Fred’s lap and
there she elung to his neck. At that same instance, Fred’s
UNC-C girl walked in the door and spied her steady. As
she “ambled” over to him, Fred stammered. “Hi, Goldie
Uh ..., this is Amy. She ... uh . was frightened by a
“Oh, I can’t understand why she’d be afraid of you,
babe,” said Goldie to Freddie. POW! Poor Freddie now
displays a dirty ole class ring with a black stone which
perfectly matches the color of his eye.
Actually, I wasn’t at the beach over the weekend so
you’re safe ... for now anyway. But I really think that you
owe your Mom a nice big hug if you were at the beach on
“her” day. Go on, now, give it to her ... remember May the
18th isn't too far away. And you may need her in your
corner when you tell your Dad you’re “in the Army now.”
van C. Hinrichs
Would You Duttons In Adventure
By LEE WASSON
Journal Staff Writer
1. Which team won the 1933
American League pennant?
2. When did the Dodgers win
their first World Series?
3. How many Isley brothers
4. Who plays the Penguin?
Campus representatives of Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance
Company — Suite 909 N. C. National Bank Building
have won the
for Best Sup-
the state bird of
5. Who should
6. W'ho sings
7. What is the longest song
title in the world?
8. What was Gene
9. What was the name of
Bobby Benson’s ranch?
10. Who wrote Facing Mount
11. Who was Pat Butram’s side-
12. Who was the man without a
13. Name the announcer on
Jack Benny’s program?
14. Who was in command of
the British forces at the Battle of
15. Who played Frog in Gene
16. What is Bruce Wayne’s
17. What is the capitol of Outer
18. What was Paladin’s First
19. What is
20. Who is the newly elected
freshman class president?
21. Who wrote the trilogy Nex
us, Sexus, and Plexus?
22. What was the name of the
lodge to which Amos and Andy
23. How old is Burt Ward?
24. What is the favorite outdoor
sport at UNC-C?
1. Washington Senators
4. Burgess Meredith
5. Lee Marvin’s horse
6. Ray Charles
7. “I’m Looking for a Man
Who Plays Baritone and Bass
and Doubles on the Clarinet and
Wears a Size 37 Suit”
8. “I’m Back in the Saddle
9. B Bar B
10. Jomo Kenyatta
11. Gene Autry
12. Philip Nolan
13. Don Wilson
14. Sir John Jellicoe
15. Smiley Burnette
16. Wealthy millionaire
17. Ulan Bator
18. He did not have one
20. Nobody, you fool
21. Henry Miller
22. Mystic Knights of the Sea
24. Tearing up concrete walks
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bandit called back to the
Cashion home. He got the
combination of the safe from
Tommy, hung up, robbed the
store, then piled the three men
in the back of the tiny, red car.
He got in the front. Mr.
Cashion drove. All five went
back to the Cashion home. The
money was all on the back
floor board of the car.
After the five arrived at the
Cashion home, the bandits dis
cussed what should be done with
the seven people they had under
guard. They decided to take the
two wives back to the Dutton
home because their car was
parked near by. Tommy Dutton
talked them into taking him also.
The bandits tied up the three
men and Tom Cashion. They
ripped the phone out of the wall.
The bandits took the threesome
back to the Dutton home and tied
them up. They left then, warning
them not to get in touch with the
police right away. The three soon
got loose, got in the Dutton car,
then headed towards the nearest
phone, for the bandits had dis
connected the one at their home.
’They saw a police car. They
stopp^. The aftermath; about
five hours of questioning in the
Ann sighed, “And so many
questions from friends.” Friends
have been concerned about Ann.
They invite her to their home at
night until Tommy gets home
from work. People are like that.
Some day, when most folks
have forgotten, Ann and Tommy
will have a tale, which matches
the adventures of Bat Man or
James Bond, to relate to their
The golf ad tennis teams
play in tournaments last
Thursday and Friday. A press
ing Journal deadline made
coverage of these events in
;his week’s issue impossible,
Watch for a large spread
)n the tournamerrts, with ac-
,ion pictures, in next week’s
The hew basketball sched
ule will also be announced
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