For Coming School Year:
Hampton First Choice Os
I,B6sHigh School Seniors
HAMPTON INST., Va.—Hampton
Institute was the first choice of 1,-
PBS high school seniors vying for
United Negro College Fund schol
arships for the coming school year,
according to Collia Davis, registrar
Thete were 1,200 seniors who list
ed Hampton Institute as second
choice of their colleges, in the com
petition for scholarships.
All students competing will
bo required to take the Coop
erative Intercollegiate Exami
nation Program teats this
spring. A total of 159 UNCF
scholarships, are awarded for
attendance at one of the 32 pre
dominantly Negro colleges of
the UNCF group.
This is the second year that a
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majority of the competing high
school seniors have expressed pref
erence for Hampton Institute, said
Mr. Davis. There are 300 more sign
ed up to take the examination this
Spring than in 1963, he said.
This is the final year in which
the CIEP examination will be giv
en for these scholarships, he added.
Starting in 1965 all seniors who are
college-bound will be required to
take regular College Board exami
TARBORO—At a special meet
ing recently a group of leaden vot
ed into being the Leggetts Com
munity Development Organisation,
nils program sponsored by the
Peoples Bank and Trust Company
and the Agricultural Workers
Council is available to every Com
munity in Edgecombe County.
Mrs. Hazel S. Parker, Home Eco
nomics Extension Agent, pointed
out the History of the Organise'
tion in Edgecombe County. The
spread of the program throughout
North Carolina with special em
phasis on the Coastal Plain was
discussed by T. C. Boyd. Agricul
tural Extension Agent.
Officers elected for the 1964
Mrs. Bessie Pender, chairman:
Mrs. Clareatha Lyons, secretary
treasurer; and Estoe Pender, Jun
Chairmen for the following
committee were: James Powell,
Income committee; Hilliard Hin
ton, community: and Mrs. Mariah
Powell, home improvement.
Each chairman will select four
other leaders to work with him
during the year.
PARENTS GO TO SCHOOL Some of the parents from the program in action and to partkapata in workshop dealing
North Carolina and Virginia who attended the third annual with problems aiiecting youth today ,
Saturday School conference at Bennett College last week to see -
GREENSBORO—Some 133 princi
pals, teachers, counselors and par
ents attended the third annual Sat
urday School conference at Bennett
President Wills B. Player and Dr.
Charles E. Garth, director of the
school welcomed tiie visitors B5
parents of students attending the
school and 40 school administrators.
The school, made possible by
grants from the Carnegie Cor
poration of New York and the
Burlington Industries Founda
tion, is for 70 academically tal
ented high school juniors and
seniors who, this year, come
from 22 schools In 14 counties '
of North Carolina and Virginia.
"We are doing everything in our
power,” said Dr. Player, "to pre
pare these young people to enter
a new world of experiences, where
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built-in, permanent feature of the
A panel, which addressed Itself
to the theme of of “Differential Ed
ucation,” was heard by the school
administrators and later answered
questions. It included Dr. Joseph
Johnston, superintendent of the
Governor's School in Winston-Sa
lem: Miss Eleanor Boyd, director of
special education, and J. E. Whit
ley, supervisor, both of the Guil
ford County schools; Mrs. Odell
Smith, guidance counselor, repre
senting the Grefensfooro city schools,
and Dr. Garth.
“Our program is based upon the
assumption that the better-than-av
erage high school student can at
tend high school and college con
currently.” Dr. Garth explained,
“and is for enrichment rather than
Dr. Richard L. Fields, director of
development services at the college
and head of <ts special education
curriculum, conducted a program
for the parents which featured
workshops dealing with youth and
family, youth and race, youth and
change and youth and the future.
It was the consensus that “making
of our youngsters into good men
and women will help to insure the
making of a better world.”
Following dinner in the David
D. Jones Student Union, the visit
ors attended classes of their Choice
to see the program in operation.
Later, they will submit evaluation
which will be used in shaping fu
ture programs of the schools.
Consumer credit has become a
dynamic force ih our American
economy. But, like a double
edged aword, it can cut a swath
r—i a of personal
across the na
iSf? B ->7t. tion if improp-
JgHL 1- A I erly used.
JfO h & On the piuS
EL* aide, consumer
credit hss vir
away of life providing the
means for many young families
to acquire the material essentials
needed for comfortable family
living. On the negative side are
the dangers of excessive credit.
The question is how much debt
can a typical family safely as
sume! Too often, the consumer
is coaxed into using credit when
his present financial aituation
does not warrant i L
Coburn Credit Co., Inc., one of
the leading installment purchase
underwriting firma in. the coun
try, reveals that the personal
bankruptcy rate in the U.S. runt
13,000 a week! While the in
creased purchasing power made
possible by installment buying
benefits the nation’s economy as
• whole-these individual credit
casualties present a serious
Bernard Korn, executive viea
present of Coburn Credit, sug
gests the prospective borrower
analyze his own credit standing
in the same way that major
credit firms and banks would do.
L Doe* your employment record
show job stability?
2. Doe* your income fully meet
8. Do you own your own home,
or have a long record of rent
. I?* in good neighborhoods?
4. Do you have a savings and
cheeking account, own prop
erty, and have life insurance
5. Do you have a record of
prompt repayment on past
6. Are you currently free from
suit by existing creditors?
Though thees are not hard and
fast guidelines, Korn admits,
they are basic credit considera
tion*. and they can help you in
aefely determining your own
Shakespeare’s “Taming Os Shrew”
Planned At Livingstone March 13
SALISBURY— National Players,
America’s largest touring company,
will present Shakespeare’s “Taming
of the Shrew” at the Livingstone
College auditorium on Friday, Mar.
13, at 8:15 P. M.
William Smith and Susan
Pats are the perturbed young
lovers who cannot marry nntll
Blanca’s elder sister, Kate, ie
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The bright, sunny flavor of Orange Chiffon Delight
will surely satisfy the “spring fever” appetites at your
house. Orange Chiffon Delight is a do-ahead dessert
that’s made with Carnation Evaporated Milk, the
milk that whips to three times its original volume.
Keep several of the bright red and white cans on your
kitchen shelf and use them often!
ORANGE CHIFFON DELIGHT
(Makes 9 servings)
IV, cups chocolate cookie crumbs % cup sugar
V« cup molted butter % cup arowgo (da
1 package (3 ounces) 1 tablespoon grated
orange-flavored gelatin orange rind
% cup hot water 2 tablsspoone
Vi cup cold water lemon |uka
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Combine cookie crumbs and melted butter. Press into bottom
of 8 x 8 x 2 inch pan. Set aside. Dissolve gelatin hi hot water.
Add cold water. Chill until the consistency of unbeaten egg
white. -Chill Carnation in refrigerator tray until too crystals
form around edges of tray (10-15 minutes). Whip until stiff
(1 minute). Add lemon Juice. Whip until very stiff (2 minutes
longer). Whip gelatin until fluffy. Stir in sugar, orange Jotoe
and orange rind. Fold whipped Carnation into gelatin mixture
Pour mixture over crumbs in pen. Sprinkle grated chocolate
over top. Chill until firm, approximately 2 hour*.
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Under Court Supervision
CHICAGO (ANP) Bishop
Luther B. Hylton, 31. known wide
ly as Chicago's “marring minister,*
was placed under court supervision
for one year last week by Judge
Gordon B. Nash in Jury court.
He had been accused of soliciting
marriage business in front of the
County building last August
The colorful minister, who.had
opparated out at a 22nd-floor chap
el In Chicago’s famed Loop area
which ho called “Hylton's Million
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