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THE TAR HEEL
Thursday. July 22, 1951
(Continued from, page 1)
SUNDAY, JULY 25
Morning church services see "Y'
Music recital at Graham Memorial
& p.m. Refreshments served.
MONDAY NIGHT, JULY 26
New N. C. Senator Says Fall Murai Activities
Elections To Unseat McCarthy sVapingUp
A Democratic maioritv
tne co.:cajrues nave suggested expei.in.s
the the Wisconsin senator from Senate
United States Senate followir.s
Din-ctcr Hi!! W
i that entries in er 1
oft ball for the
."ill ?olve the McCarthy membt-rshir.'. Senator Ervin said: "'It
n a - an:
Free Movies in Forest Theatre at n.a ,sr.:p -, : a serious mow 10 k on, u . a-:
mer Mfmol u;
p.m. , y . T - , . to ail J-.
tor Samuel J. Ervm, Jr., recently in states to expel a senator from ntem-
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JULY 28 . a speech before the Carolina Bankers bership ir the Senate, no matter how Play '.vill !
Vesper Services sponsored by Conference, meeting at the Univer- jrreatlv the other member.- of the li:.e of that .
l ML A irom . to i :!,': p.m. in tne ijtV- Senate miiiht :emo:e his tactics or "-vim
in 9l ' ....op'
ON THE SCREEN!
WoiiATii HoiDEN - June Allyson
Barbara Stanwyck - Fredhc March
Walter Pidqeon Shelley Winters
- Pah Douglas Louis Calked
A ANOAMIC MODUCTIOI
tlid by JOth CENTUtY.fO
See it . . . and you'll never
Filmed in Ceylon! 1
Senator Ervin, who is a member
of the Senate Committee on Gove: n
rr.e.'.t Operations, which Senator Mc
Carthy he-ads, gave his views on the Senate mem be:
McCarthy situation a? well as other ment, a matte!
internal and foreign affairs. people who e!e
"The questmn of retair.ir.i:
Ain- Senator McCarthy fr.-ir
ship is, in my j u : r-
,.r .;ecso:; iy tr.t
1 him. :. an. .-I-.- th.
.a it tr.e tr-t s-
n.:h d i vi -
..! troT hi.-.
i.-id. rat o
t th re
Referring to recent resolutions in- people of Wisconsin."
troduced in the Senate t remove Senator Ervin co-nmented on the
: t v 1
Senator McCarthy as committee committee hearings:
chairman, Senator Ervin said: "Most iieve that any S'.na
of the Democrats in the Senate feel should he allowed to make investigu-
that under the Seriate rules the . tarns into subversive ativitrvs unless
tion of the continuance of Senator at least a quorum of th- members of
McCarthy in the chairmanship is a tne Committee are present."
matter for the Republican Senators. Turning to foreign affairs, he ex-
.vi '!. :
i pres.-od n;s Prm opposition to a.
I cannot find ;
this thought. .-ion of Red China to United Xa- ni-
"To alter the Senate rules in this tions membership, and his belief that or
particular case womd ce about as tr.e L A wi.i not "mamte
wise as using an atom bomb to get character as to
) a i, ' ' u
lit ;; d ..:!. :-.r
i stated tnat h.e has
rid oi a niouse, no conunuou.
Predicting: a natural solution to the : alwavs believed in k--td.ir our i ;-
issue, Senator Ervin said: "If the tion militarily prt ptred. "The ulti- ''
Democrats achieve a majority, they . mate security for the United States
0 adi i's v
be R. 1. b
will take advantage of the Senate
rules to reorganize the Senate and
appoint a Democrat as chairman in
the place of Senator McCarthy."
Mentioning that some Senatorial
in this very insecure world is de
pendent upon our observance of
nresident , G'ohe Pari
romweil s aomomtion to
Company, 1 1 bun
; Lemons, ad'er 'i-i
do eeffo . i
trust in the Lord ami keep our powder j
dry," he said. :
bore. Daiiv X.
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Chapel Hill this week. But what's j (Continued on page 4)
tne use; someone win cnanenge us j Company, Winston-Salem; and T. X. j Wachovia Pank and Tru-t Company
with something lace: liow aDout Grice, partner, W. M. Russ and'Ralemh; an.
; On duly .'SO, "Worl.inir wi'.b P. :
i will be disclosed by E. !. Ev.
i mayor of Dsn ham. and pr--id'
United D. partmei t Store; George
Geogbeo-an, Jr., s-nior vice-pi esid'
the Kendezvous Koom: i Company, Raleigh.
Had to dive for the dictionary ! "Successful Seliin
after a feature story in last week's j
Summer Tar Heel, which quoted
Ruth Jones as saying she liked
coffee kuchens. Seems that kuchens
are (and we quote) "a variety of
German cake . . . typically one made
from sweetened yeast dough, roll
ed thin, covered with a coating of
sugar and spices, and baked."
This just goes to show how tech
nicological even old Webster has
become. We started in search of a
simple definition, and wTe ended up
with a recipe.
Carolina this session is a small
(1,900 students) school, and the
closeness we sometimes lack in our
bustling year-round existence is
here. BUI Polk
R. O. Huffman, on-
dent, Drexel Furniture Compa
will be the I .Morganton.
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the University of Louisville. She has
studied with John Dwight Sample in
Chicago, where she has done exten
sive radio, concert and church work,
and she was coached by Frank La
Forge and Estelle Liebling in New
Quant, a former UNC student,
teaches piano in Raleigh. He has
three degrees in music from the Uni
versity of Kansas, and has done ad
vanced study with Joseph and Eosina
Lhevinne, Carl Friedberg, Maria
Carerras and James Friskin. He has
given numerous concerts in the Mid
dle West, California, Texas and
Florida, as well as North Carolina,
and is a member of Pi Kappa Lamb
da and Phi Mu Alpha.
Th is is the right time to buy the right
clothes at the right prices. Save on
summer and fall apparel.
Just reduced 225 pairs of summer pants, values to 12.95,
now only 3.99
375 pairs of flannel and worsted flannel pants on lc sale.
Pay regular price for 1st pair, pay lc for 2nd pair
Worsted cotton suits, sanforized, reduced from 32.50 to
65 sport coats, imported shetlands, reduced 504 to 21.25
47 cotton baby cord suits reduced to 21.99
210 flannel suits reduced from 57.00 to 39.99
AH co-ed summer sportswear greatly reduced
Sizeable group shoes substantially reduced
All short sleeve sport shirts from 4.95 now 3.49; 3.95 now
2.99; 2.95 now 1.99
Rayon acetate suits reduced from 35.00 to 19.99
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