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Willi* Alley Youth In
City Jail?Eighth Youth
Richard Scales. 16-year-old Negro,
of Willis alley, was Id city Jail to
"await trial on fire charges of breaking.
entering and larceny and receiving
and four additional charges of
breaking, and entering preferred In
connection with a series of alleged
break-Ins occurlng from September 20,
1941, to March 15.
Scales Is the eighth Negro arrested
recently In connection with a wave of i
break-Ins which have swept the city.
Seven others are already facing trial
In Superior court Bond foe Scales*
release and date for trial had not
been set last night
Many Crimes Listed.
The youth Is charged with breaking,
entering, larceny and receiving
in connection with break-Ins of the '
following business establishments: j
- Rust in . Furniture company. 823
South Elm street, January 18. when
$3 In moDey was stolen; Jones Au-"
tomotlve service, 255 North Greene '
street, Janoary 17, $15 in money
* stolen;.-Johnson Motors. 321 East j
mitl*Bl Binxi, rcuruarj ?o, vat
. and $20 pair,of glasses stolen; Pled- 1
* moot Hardware company, 525 South *
Elm street, February 22, $4 In money 1
stolen; Peoples Oil company, 227 East *
Washington street, September 21, '
1941, two cartons of cigarettes and a
Warrants alleging breaking and entering
'were Issued In connection with
br^ak-ins of the following estahllahPledraont
South Elm street, March ,15," Patterson
Brothers1 Sea Food market, 218
, .South Davie street, March 12: People's
Oil company, 227 East Washington
street, March' 12. and Piedmont
*" rv^fardware company. 511 South Elm
street,- September 20, 1941. . . . '' 1
* t Push Stamp Sales ,
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Promoting the cause of national ,
defense, Bennett college freshmen devoted
last week to an Intensive campaign
promoting the sale of defense
stamps on pie Bennett campus. '
Stamps amounting to $120.30 were
sold dnrlng the campaign, which included
a sales contest In which six
freshmen participated, and at the
, '".close of which Mlsa Bernlce DeCosta,
of Charleston, S, was ' crowned
victory qneen Tier Rales totaled
**ss.9o.; . v:.
Mlmr Gloria Dlz. of Brldgevllle,
/Del-, woo,, second place- In. the confeet.
In which the following students
alao* particlpated : Misses Nancy
Young. Helen Frazler and Dorothy
Myem, of Greensboro. arid Mlaa
Blaine Smothers, of Annapolis, Md.
The committee In charge of the
campaign was composed of the following
students: Ml uses Carol I.ynn
Booker, of Toungstown. O.: Roberta
Favors. of Ruth Harvey,
of Danville; "Goldwyn Foster, and
Cassandra Moore, of Albany,'N. Y.
Bennett Alumnae FeU
Mrt. Elfreda S. Moore
.Members of the. Bennett college
alumnae group In Greenahoro held a 1
coffee hour last Friday evening, In I
honor of their 'fellow-graduAte, Mrt
Elfreda Sandtfer Moore, founder and
t . director of the Philharmonic Glee
V' efuh. of New-York city, who was for1
'*< ?W1T .? Veal dent of'Greensboro, and
p. t i sJbo'-preaeT^ed her glee,club in a conat
ihe.-Bennett .college homejS./'T
making institute >a*t weefc'JThe ;af4"whloh?<oolp
place In the lonnge
[iM of Anrfle Merner hall.at Bennert, was
V-l- -."(ntanged/by ?*group of cohiraiffees.
!; ' . headed by the following r J J .
*0-4 Decora tlonat .Mr* j-iilian , .Smith :
* *' jt parchaatng, Mis* Fern* "Wood : table
hoSteaa, ^MrC'Biatrfe^J.B anner; rei
viv; reiving line, Mrs.CaroHna.Humphrey ;
L H hm^ckeeplnf:. Jlr*. .J'auTlrvo DonneJl;
r serving. Miss Kdwla Graham.'. ?
fin the W
1 large onion, chopped
1% <rupa diced celery
2 tablespoons fat
3,cup? diced coked lamb
Dash of salt
i/, easpoon curry powder
V& teaspoon Worcbester sauce
1 cup brown sauce orleftover
Brown onion and celery In hot fat;
add meat and seasoning. Cover and
simmer 1 hour. Add brown sauce and
reheat Serve In ring of cootfed rice.
Rub bowl with cut clove of garlic.
Blend In salad bowl % teaspoon salt,
1 teaspoon sugar; % teaspoon dry
mustard, and % teaspoon paprika. .
Add % cup salad oil, 2 tablespoons
vinegar, and 2 tablespoons lemon
luice. Mix thoroughly. Add salad
freens, tomato wedges, and toss light<*
Mashed Potato Salad.
Combine 3 cups cold mashed potaoea,
1 medium-sized oniony chopped, 1
& cup diced celery, and 2 hard-cooked 1
ggs, chopped. Add 2 tablespoons '
French dressing and enough mayon- '
lalae to' moisten- Mnld In m??rH
rups; chill several hours. Turn out '
ind garnish with sliced hard-cooked *
igg. Top each with sprig of parsley. 1
Serves 6. 1
.1 teaspoon salt
xh teaspoon paprika.'
_ Dash of cayenne ' *:
8 tablespoons cider vinegar 1
' 1 tablespoon tarragon viDegar j ,
% .cup_salad oil >-l\ 4
l tablespopn minced parsley
1 tablespoon chopped pickle '
1 tablespoon minced chives '
% clove garlic * 1
1 bunch asparugns < ^ '
Combine seasonings; add vinegars 1
md salad oil; beat UDtll thick and 1
uuooth.. Add remaining" "ingrfJTents; 1
let mixture, stand 'A hour. Cook asparagus
In small amount of boiling,
salted water until tender. Heat sauce;
remove garlic and serve over drained
asparagus. Serves 0. *
Grapefruit With Mint Sirup.
*"Frcpare grapefruit halves, removing
seeds and cutting out core, if desired.
Make sirup of 1 cup sugar and
1 cup water. Bruise five or six
sprigs of fresh mint and swish
ih?..0h 1 ,i ? i.
comes to boiling. Cool sirup and spoon
over grapefruit. Stick a sprig of
fresh inlnt In center of each half.
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Work Is Going
Forward On New
Work kg go I ug forward rapidly on the
union bus terminal which Atlnntlc
Grey hound corporation is erecting on
West Gaston street opposite, the j>ogtoffice
at a total estimated cost of
$125,000. F. L. Sbowalter, Incorporated,
Lynchburg, Vs., Is general contractor.
Two steain dhovelg were placed In
operation for basement excavations, |
foundation walla for the loading platforms
having been set in place al
I ready on the north aide of the building
site. Additional cinder blocks and
lumber materials are being unloaded
at the location.
Mr, Showalter. heud of the contracting
"dtrni, has "previously estimated
that 6 to 9 months will I** required
'for the work. The terminal
facilities will be shared by Atlantic
Oreyhound with other bus- lines aerd
lor the city. - " * ' " ^.-T
Willing Workers Club
To Render Program
The Willing " Workers dob. of Mt.
Pleasant Christian church, will render
a program at the church Friday
bt 8 o'clock for the benefit of the
building fund. Henry Wlllson. sport*>r.~
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FUTURE OUTLOOK. GREENSBORO.
A. and T. Training
The civilian pilot tralulng program
for the spring quarter at A .and T.
College la iu full swing and potential
pilots are regularly attending classes
Students registered In the spring
in both ground and flight Instruction,
program are Julius Montelro,' Samuel
B. Ford. Charles P. Hill. Richard
Johnson, Walter Carlson, John
CarlsoD, Clinton Jones, John Williams,
Samuel 1'aschall and Earl
The college Is also sponsoring u
course in radio communication under
authorization of the United
States office of education. Iligb school
graduates with two years of mathematics
and one year of physics are
TKeft of Goods
Federal charges of larceny of interstate
railway express shipments 1
consisting specifically of 12 sweaters
Laken at OunvlUe, Va., February 26 I
and 12 pairs of women's shoes taken <
in Greensboro two days later have 1
Docn lodged a gal nut Clarence wolrr, i
local Negro, United States Marshal I
W. T. Doud's office reported. Wolff 1
Is in the Guilford jail In default of I
WOO. bond, scheduled for trial at the I]
United States district court June 1
term. '' ^
A Warrant sworn to by a special i
agent of the FBI alleges that Wolff (
Look ' the /sweaters from an express
truck In the Southern railway station .
it Danville and that the ahoea were ,
taken from an express box car here,
rhe warrant was served on hliu by
Chief Deputy Marshal F. M. Iiowax.
The marshal's office reported the
arrest i of Monroe Charles Parsons,
alias Carlos Monroe Parsons, Forsyth
county, on charges of removing
and concealing non-taxpaid llq- '
nor,' and \he is scheduled for trial lu 1
district court at Winston-Salem at 1
rhe May term.
John Moore To
Face Trial Oh 3
John Moore face* trial this week
Id Guilford Superior court for burglary
and two counts of assault with
a deadly weapon with Inteut to kill
for allegedly breaking Into the home
rif M. J. Carter. 120 North Clinton
street. February 10 and attacking
and serlonsly'wounding Elolae Golden
and Wllllain -Parker with an ox.
The cases against Mr. -.Moore are
Included r In the trial docket announced
by Henry L. Bridges, deputy
clerk of Superior court, for the term
which will l>e presided over by Judge
jS. J. Krvln. of oMrganton. Members
of the grand jury, of which Clyde W.
Ferguson. (Jlbsonvllle. is foreman,
met Monday to pass on 'several bills
of Indictment prepared by Solicitor
H. I.. Koontz.
William F. Austin, Harofd Deaton
and Elbrldge French, of High I'olnt.
are slated for trial also for allegedly
burning Austin's automobile to collect
Insurance on the- machine. Another!
caae of Importance set for the open-'
Ing day in that Id which Arthur
Oales, White Oak, la charged with
criminal assault oil a six-year-old
The Willing Workers club of Mt
Colin rendered a very enjoyable program
at'-the'church Friday. March
20 at 8:30 p. m. "Mra. Era Mae
Krown, the dub's, president, turned'
the proceeds over to 'Henry Williams
/or the benefit Of the church. - J
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Winter Hawses In Schools of nursing
have^heen filled to capacity. Recruiting
of 30.000 young women for
training In 1042 has been undertaken
by the Nursing Council on National
i ' r+',\iiv
N. C.. , - * > - '
In This State
Sponsored By the NFA
Chapter of Dudley >
Negro farm boys throughout the
state are proformlng a valuable defense
service In connection with the
protection and development of forestry
areas. For the past two years
much consideration has been given
to this subject throughout the state.
The latest development in connection
with the forestry program is being
sponsored by the NFA chapter of
Dudly high school under the leadership
of Prof. William CSoldsborougb,
in co-operation with the soil conservation
service, members of the Dudley
chapter," as g part of the state forestry
week campaign have started a
program of planting 10/)00 pine trees.
April fi, William Crews, of Zebnlon;
Joseph Russel. of Wise; Andrew
Cherry, of Windsor; Charlie Hollo
way, or isdenton, nnd A. H. White,
together with the representative of
the western part of the state yet to
be determlnad, will compete for state
honors In the forestry, contest The
purpose of the contest Is to develop
skill In estimating' the number of
board feet In standing timber. The
program la being developed with the!
co-operation of the state forestry department
and the state forestry extension
C. E. Dean Says
There Will Be ,
Five Ham Shows
Sedalia and Florence
Have Conducted Ham
Shows Part Two Years
Five community hatn shown will be
rarrled out Id Guilford county Negro
schools ac<-ordlng to the announcement
by C. E. Dean, .of A. and ' T.
college.' The communities and doles
are as follows: , . ~- :* '
Brown Summit, March 27: Gllmnriville,
April 10 on 17; Goshen, April
2; Sedalia, March 20; Florence.
April 3. ' \
The major purpose of iheue haui
shmvfi is to dovelon n twmfp Inter
est od the part of farm families to
produce more and better meat for
home use and the market.
Two of these communities, namely.
Sedalla and Florenc^, have . conducted
ham allows for a nurulwr of
years while this represents the first
attempt on the part of the other
communities named. The older communities
have shown 11 atendy Improvement
in the quantity and quality
of hams exhibited each year. This
year, in addition to cured hams, iht
Negro farm women will also exhibit
eggs In one dozen lots and runner]
meat. The trainees, who are IochIIj
responsible for supervising these limn
>i ^mnnnEW r+rZ7j
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New Farmers of ' ; : ^ *;'
America Hold Meet
In Nashville, Tenn.
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log. Ia 1939, the North Carolina Mutual
Insurance company through it? v*
president, presented I. W.' Smith, of
Orange, Texaa a $100 prise* for havlng
done outstanding work;. on hi?
home farm ami throughout tli6>*achool .
community. This presentation was
made In connection with an N&p. A.
radio program during farmer'*.week> '
at the tfew York world's falr.1% ' ' .
Participating in the board mwivu!
will be the national officers nndljhe
representative^ from each of /the
states affiliated with.the naUonal&rganlzatlon.
Adult officials taking t't
will be Dr. W. T. Spunton' and W^N.,1. .
Elam. of ^he United State? off!c<%f
education, Washington; Dr. W. S. D^-'*
via, A. and 1.' college, sNashsiln- ;
T^nn. ; jl. R. Thomas, Virginia Stat*-. ' :Petersburg,
Va.; S. B. Simmons,-A^1^ ^
and T. college. Greensboro; >A1tW>>.
Taban. Fort Valley, GaV and M. "
Clark, Southern university. Scotland-*^
vllle. La. ( . ^ . ' / T"
Striking Exhibit* Seen v
At Bennett Institute ;!!
k Outstanding in the 16th | ahnuCTC^gZ
home-making Institute, held last .wedftjpy
at Bennett college, was the
ehlblfe, devoted .to the thern^ .--v>xr
home and civilian defens^''>\wldchjSKK
*rere on display during the week'^rafcfi
the college. The' exhibits, 'prepai?d>j "v
oniler the direction of Mr*., Melba^CB.
Dennis, art instructor at BenMt??&?;
elicited much admiration, from
scores of visitors who attended* the^ >
Institute programs. ' ^
Against a background of red, whltje^
and blue decorations, the ezhlblts^ii^^;.
eluded a miniature
garden, a model first-aid'cablnei^ini^^V
a showing; of low. coat <garmen
Which may be mad^at horue, "as Weii^0^
as articles and ln*truction*\to . tJaW;-.'
used in case of nn nir i^id. One atrik- i.
lug exhibit, painted by Mrs. Dennis, r'Q
presented n map of' the world and
dicnted the couinuKlities whose pro^ '?'
ductiou hhs been limited by the^war.^iy^1
shows, are expecting'their slyiwa
contribute much to the food forifr^j./^
dotn program throughout the Negro
homes in these communities.;*
The - Negro farmers are adding^-,
high grade and pure bred live
to their general furm program very/i ?
rapidly as a result of this and
activities, according to the latest re?*
brds available. Sedulla communlt^w^'
one of the first to carry out a eotb-"^''
munity ham show, has recently estab^^C v
llshed two pure bred swine prtJectOy^^^
and these farmers have owned
pure bred bull since 1037. v*
AU products will he- Judged hyNn^inc
special committee, osslgnod J>yy.tbe'*^-l
I head of the swine and poultry de-r^^y
partments of A. utid T. collage, j*
slated by local specialists in thd meat^.;
f concerns of' Greensboro. ? ' ' '-?7
I The tin container' used for food ift
really a steel can with only 1.25 per
i cent tin, itpplled as a thin costlo?. .
r taste its