Judge Marjorie Lawson Advises
NC College Students To Prepare
DURHAM—A District of Colum
bia juvenile court judge Monday
told North Carolina College *tu
dents that they must be prepared to
be flexible, adventurous, and well
trained if they are to succeed in a
growing, chamging, and complex
Associate Jtedge Marjorie Me-
Keasie Lawson of the District
of Colombia Juvenile Court,
addressing the NCC Ferns as
sembly. urged preparation 'to
the teeth” as one step toward
achieving success to the years
Judge Lawson, who was appoint
ed to the bench by the late Presi
dent John F. Kennedy in 1962, was
the first Negro woman in history to
be appointed by the President and
approved by the Senate to a satu
Using a text from a sermon and
a prayer, both from James Bald
win’s play “Blues for Mr. Charlie,”
and editorial in the January, 1964.
Issue of Show magazine. Judge
Lawton expressed concern tor the
children of today- -their general
well-being, their livelihood, their
The nation is growing younger,
she said, pointing out that to 1960
more than half of all Amerieans
will ha under 20 years of ago.
la addition to an American
population explosion, she continu
ed, the country is becoming more
mobile. "Five years from now, only
one half of the people in the coun
try wjll live in the same houses
they live in today," Mie said, com
menting on the American move
westward and a 75-mile shift in the
population center westward since
UPJi. or retired or Undergrad
uate haring had at least one
year’s training. | Ont of-town.
Quick reply appreciated.
Write Box No. 628
RALEIGH, N. a
High Grade For
Every Purpose! ,
tmqmtM • uigt otofw
mK. WEST n. TE 2-5567
Successful Careers Begin at
The Raleigh Business College
'ENROLL NOW FOR THE . ..
IBM PUNCH CARD COURSE
TO BEGIN ON JANUARY SI
Call 828-1160 tor detail* and to make your raaervation.
RALEIGH BUSINESS COLLEGE
Ml EAST MARTIN STREET RALEIGH, N. C.
m IST l 2ND MORTGAGES iBS^WI
■ (VO K Twv H«M
ii o mm '«
I COST OF YOU CAN ■ ll
I HOUSI OOAAOW ■
I twtiS f 3003 jfl
I TlXooo - JJM*. I KT
■ TTS.OOO - S 13,500
'ySSESSSSr Open Saturdays
ODD FELLOWS »LDG.
• , rt RALEIGH
»*°SS^L C l^>.. . ■—
ADDRESS ...>.. • ■•*
•hone AMT. WANTED $
JUDGE VISITS NCC—North Carolina College President
Samuel P. Massie poses with Mrs. Massie, hit, and District of
Columbia Juvenile Court Judge Marjorie M. Lawson at a recep
tion following her NCC Forum address Monday. At the coffee
hour, the distinguished jurist, who was appointed to the bench by
the late President John F. Kennedy in 1962, spent an hour talk
ing with NCC students and faculty members.
New Courses Offered In
2nd Semester At ECSC
ELIZABETH CITY The dean
of Elizabeth City State College, Dr.
William. E. Anderson, has just an*
nounced the establishment of two
courses in Library Science which
YOUR LOCAL AGENT
Fire Insurance Co.
Durham, N. C.
Backache Means a
Nagging bnekacha. headache, or aura
hr «dM nd pain, mar com. on with
over-exertion. emotional upeets or day
to day etnas and atrain. And folk, who
oat and drink unwisely eomMlmw Buffer
mild Madder Irritation.. .with that rest*
lees, uncomfortable feeling.
If you an mieerable and worn out be
tauaa of thaaa diaeomforta. Doan’a Pilla of
ten help by their pain-relieving action, by
their soothing effect to ease bladder irri
tation, and by their mild diuretic action
through the kidneys-tending to increase
the output of the it miles of kidney tubes.
So If nagging backache makes you feel
dragged-out, miserable, with restless,
Bleep jam nights, don’t wait, try Doan's
Pina, got the earns happy relief millions
hare enjoyed for over (0 years. For con
renienca. ask for the large sine. Get
Donut Pffle today I
will be available to juniors, seniors
and other interested persons in the
second semester, beginning on
Tuesday, January 28.
The courses, Introduction of Re
ference Materials, a two semester
hour course on Tuesday and Thurs
day; and Selection and Use of Li
brary Materials, a three semester
hour course, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, will meet from 4 to 4:-
50 pm. on the days scheduled.
I x - / I BCOTT
I HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR ANO HER STAFF I
Blustery winter evenings and piping hot, hearty beef
stew just seem to go together. For a quick version of
this old favorite, try Jiffy Beef Stew and Parsley
Dumplings. Fluffy and light dumplings, made with
better-blending Carnation Evaporated Milk, will sure*,
ly please your family. Why not make some soon?
JIFFY BIEF STEW AND PARSLEY DUMPLINGS
(Makes 6 to 8 servings)
2 cups sifted floor
1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
Vi teaspoon nutmeg
V« teaspoon pepper
Vi cop chopped parsley
Sift dry Ingredients together. Add V t cup parsley, saving
remainder for dumpling tops. Add egg. salad oil. Carnation
and water. Mix well. Drop by teaspoons onto hot canned beef
stew. Be sure to drop dumplings on meat cubes. Cover and
simmer 25 minutes. Garnish dumplings with remaining chopped
parsley. Serve at once.
f S 4
* He>*t % HAV* IkfiS* LtTTL£r MO’-.- ~ AN©
OH* MOUTH TO LIST** TO/"
FAREWELL GIFT TO FATHER FERRICK Miss Lil
lian Sturdivant, president of the Altar-Rosary Society of St.
Monica's Catholic Church, is shown presenting a farewell gift
check to Father Edward ]. Ferrick, O. P., who is leaving the St.
Monica’s Catholic School to assume a position in Washington, D.
C. (See story on this page).
Dr. Sylvia Render Appointed
English Professor At NCC
DURHAM—North Carolina Col
lege President Samuel P. Massie
announced recently the appoint
ment of Dr. Sylvia Lyons Render
as professor of English at the Dur
Dr. Render, who was a member
of the Florida A. and M. University
faculty from 1950 to the close of
the fall quarter In 1963, joined the
NCC faculty on January 1. *
A native of Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Render received her high
school education at Pearl High
School, Nashville,. Tennessee,
and received the B.S. degree
from Tennessee A. and I. State
University, majoring in English
1 well-beaten egg
3 tablespoons salad oil
Vi *op undiluted CARNATION
Vj cup water
3 IVi-pound cant Heated beef stew
DR. SYLVIA RENDER
Holder of the SLA. L u .„
Ohio State University and the Ph D.
degree from George Peabody Col
lege for Teachers. Nashville. Ten
nessee. she also pursued graduate
work in English at the University
of Chicago and thu University of
Before, entering the teaching pro
fession in 1950, Professor Render
was employed by the Ohio State
Bureau of Unemployment Compen
sation, the U. S. Employment Ser
vice, and the Veterans Administrat
ion in Columbus Ohio.
A member of the Florida College
English Association, the National
Council of Teachers of English, and
the Council on College Composition
and Communication. Dr. Render is
also a member of Alpha Kappa Mu,
Kappa Delta PI, and the Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Carnation is the healthy family milk with extra Vitamin D
Assistant Pastor Os St. Monica ■*#
Pupils, Parents Bid Sad, But Fond
Farewell To Father Edward Ferrick
The children of Saint Monica’s
Catholic School and their parents
gathered Sunday. January 19, to
bid a sad, but fond farewell to
their beloved assistant pastor, Rev.
Edward J. Ferrick, O. P.
The children first presented a
short entertainment Miss Sarah
Sansom, a student in the eighth
grade and a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Sansom. Jr. of 1836 Rock
Quarry Road, gave the instroduc
tion which dedicated the program
to Father Ferrick at a final gesture
for his seven and a half years of
priestly work at Saint Monica’s.
To brighten this sad oeeae
too, the first and second grades
struck a happy note with their
songs and dances done to the
novelty number Tn a Little
Teapot” and “On the Bridge of
Avignon,” whch waa sung to
both English and French.
The third and fourth grades then
paid tribute to Father's greet love
of Our Blessed Mother in Marjorie
Hunt’s beautiful choral speech se
lection “The Hail Mary" and the
plaintive melody "Lovely Lady
Dressed in Blue."
The Glee Club, comprised at the
fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth
grades, and always a favorite of
[Father Ferrlck's, beautifully ren
dered the "Veni Creator,” “Let
There Be Peace on Earth," “Goober
Peas.” and their school song “Bless
This School.” These selections were
complemented by one specifically
dedicated to IVther Ferrick as
shepherd of souls, “God la My
With the entertainment finished,
George Solomon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Solomon of 1804 Miller
Street, and a student tn the eighth
grade, then expressed for all the
children their gratitude to Father
Ferrick for his work for them and
promised their good lives as a per
petual monument of gratitude.
To complete the program.
Mist Lillian Sturdvsnt, presi
dent es the A Iter-Roeary So
eiety, presented Father Ferrick
with a farewell gift cheek es a
, token es appreciation from the
Students at Saint Monica’s, the
Altar Boys, the Heme-School
Association, the Altor-Roeary
Society, and the Holy Name
Father Ferrick then express
ed his own appreciation to all
for their Hft> an** hi. Ih.eV
fulness for his happy yean at
The program was closed by the
pnstor of Saint Monica's Church,
Rev. Edward V. Clancy, O.P. who
116 E. HARGETT ST.
Invited the ehiltoen and that par*
ents to refreshments and an to* I
formal reception sponsored tor the 1
AlttraPMirv Socittv in Saint Mans 1
Got a coid? 666 coU medicine wiU S?
NOW TREAT All
proven cold nodkina flfhti ott S.
tor Midi.. .mSdToSbrtemMalt
666 worke|thromgtMthe blood
GEM WATCH SHOP
tM FAYETTEVILLE ST. TR 9-1421
“SAVE IT’ * U
'2AVI-IT' b latha*’* >ormula 1., m*m nd
*»«■»■—« o***di**l d.,ion.J lo k.lp p*wvw.< *K»
*••• a# hair by daatroyiny leal? bartaria and
daadrvfl—a *r.m—..l la* braahhif hair, ihta
WiaplM, aad alba* dua ipaH—a yradart dau«*ad
K V VSB * '**’*'* ** rik |bto hMba. baaaty and
*''*•*. wiwatai ibart. .tabby, M*alw baa
kVa Iba Mai “WaMaa'i Cmaiaf diary.”
AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS
•f your daalar doa* not baas "SAVE IT*, toad |i .00 for
7 ot. also. 91 50 tor 4 o*. to <ta« and postaga in
Esther’s Beauty Aids / ISSHS. N. V. Et
Extra Vitamin D for sound teeth, sturdy boats and steady gmw i
Extra Vitamin D to give your babiss a healthy start, and to help you>
children grow straight and strong and sturdy. Extra Vitamin D to add
good health to your cocoa and cereals, custard*, puddings and pics.
Carnation is the healthy family mlk-with twice the Vitamin D of
ordinary milk, in every golden drop!
Even when yoa mix it with an equal amount of water. Carnation is
richer than sweet, whole milk.* Yet it coats far lew than ordinary milk.
No wonder Carnation ■ the world’s favorite evaporated milk, fay far.
Your family deaarvw the beet Your family deserves /T* 1/sr.
.« r. ,j * lU.te.t gt Cmmrmmttm of fteette /***« taWrWedComa'
• tin da Porresl Hall. ao Muit all
I might have an per-
I tonally say good-by to fttttt good
1 friend and rovared aaststaat'tiestor
Satiif actio© •
mZhtoy 464. H gniSMfcr
imariod, toe. - -