Many Whites In Alabama Ashamed
Os Wallace; Feel He’s Hurting U. S.
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NEWYORK More than a mil
on citizens of Alabama - both
rhite and Negro - are ashamed of
tov. George Wallace and believe
hat he is hurting the state and
he nation, a noted Alabama author
Writing in the current issue
•f Look Magazine. William
Bradford Huie declared that
Wallace’s racial policies have
directly led' to violence in the
South, such as the beosnbing of
a Birmingham church last year
A&T Student Leader
To Youth Council Meet
ORXRNSEORO Jesse Jackson,
senior at A & T College and
resident of the Student Govem-
Mnt has been named as official
aprasentative of Young Demo
ratio Clube of America to the U.
L Youth Council to bo held in New
'ork City on March .6 7, and 8.
The Youth Council, which has
(png been active in the affairs of
gw nation. Is composed of over 25-
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for fumigating dMte in the vege
table garden and wner beds. 1
have heard about it nt have never
Soil fumigation it coming more
Into the production picture and it
being employed by many home
owners to control nematodes, soil
borne diseases and weeds.
Perhaps the most important bene
fit derived from this treatment is
the control of nematodes because
they not only themselves inhibit
normal plant growth, but they also
leave open wounds in roots which
permit easy invasion of soil borne
Perhaps the best soil fumigant is
methyl bromide. It is very effective
and used extensively in tobacco
beds. The material comes in one
pound cans and should bfeaftplied
at the rate of two pounds per 100
square feet of soil area. It is sold
under such trade names as Dow-
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You will need a gas-tight cover
Plastic covers, suitable for this pur
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that killed fear yeung Negro
Wallace. Huie said,' is undoubted
ly the political idol of the murderer
who dynamited the Birmingham
church, although Wallace himself
does not advocate violence.
"The Governor and the mur
derer would agree on what
needs protecting- In the South
ern way of life. Rule wrote.
"They disagree only on hew to
protect K . . . Their tactics
other youth organizations in the
Jackson was a member of the
North Carolina delegation the
Young Democratic Club of Ameri
ca annual national meeting held
last month at Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jackson, a star athlete at A 8k T,
is an honor student He is a native
of Greenville, South Carolina.
m e gardner
aary to seal the cover to contain the
gas, otherwise the treatment will
not be effective. If you use a cover
that has been used on your tobac
co bed, be sure that all holes in the
plastic have been patched.
Here are the steps: Loosen the
soil well to a depth of about eight
inches. Distribute sacks fitted with
straw, or used soft drink bottles,
over the area to hold the cover a
hove the soil. This will give better
gas penetration. It bottles are used,
plunge the neck end in the soil.
Don’t use anything that might
puncture the plastic cover. Seal the
cover by covering the edges with
Special applicators for releasing
the gas are needed; also, plastic
tubing to direct the gas under the
cover. These will be available from
your supplier of methyl bromide.
The tubes are removed after the
gas is released.
Carefully follow the Instructions
provided by the manufacturers
when applying the gas. Floders are
usually furnished with the materi
al. Applications should be made
when the temperature is above 80
degrees and the cover should re
main over the treated area for 24
hours. Wait about three days, pre
ferably a week, after the cover is
removed before planting.
If you are not prepared to treat
relatively large areas, I wyld sug
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your vegetable garden where you
plan to set tomato plants. This crop
seems to be more of a problem in
many soils due to nematodes and
certain soil borne diseases.
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Tha murderer, Huie stated,
"an extremist among extremists,”
is probably a Baptist, "believes he
did right,” and probably has work
ed as a miner Judging from the
skill with which he planted the 16
sticks of dynamite in the church.
Noting that a manner of citizens
have contributed SBO,OOO to help
apprehend the murderer, Huie de
clared in Look;
-I think they may as well take
their money back. I don’t think the
murderer will ever be identified.
For whenever authority shares the
fears of a murderer, and condemns
only hit violent effort to relieve
his teen, the murderer is sel
dom identified, almost never con
A. T. Spaulding
DURHAM Ass T. Spaulding.
President of tha North Carolina
Mutual Lite Insurance Company
has received a citation for his per
sonal assistance in the 1063 United
Community Campaigns of America.
This announcement was made by J.
K. Hodnette, National Chairman.
United Community Campaigns of
Mr. Hodnette announced further
that Mr. Spaulding’s assistance in
the United Community Campaigns
of America was a contributing fac
tor in the achievement of an all
time record for the highest total
ever raised in the Annual United
The final total is expected to
reach 3343 million.
Along with the citation, Mr.
Spaulding’s name has been placed
on the Honor Roll of the 1963 U
nited Community Campaigns of
America in recognition of his ser
BY SALLY SHAW
DEAR SALLY: I'm a girl of 27,
a college graduate, passably attrac
tive, have had my opportunities for
marriage but no man has seem
“right” for me . . . until recently.
There’s an executive in the com
pany for which I work, a widower,
.who has been taking me to dinners,
dances, and other social functions,
and we get along wonderfully. He's
charming, cultured, intelligent . . .
everything I’ve ever dreamed of in
a man. I'm sure he's leading up to
the point of proposing marriage to
me—and maybe, considering what
I've already told you about him,
you’re wondering what my problem
is. Well, if there IS a prdblem. it's
his age—s 4. My friends all seem
to agree that the difference in our
ages is entirely too much for a suc
cessful happy marriage. What do
you think? G. E.
DEAR G. E.: Pm with your
friends. While now In the bloom
of courtship that 27-year dlf
ference may not seem too much
to yoa. it will oeem greater as
the years go by. When you're
56. hell be 77—and when
you're 86. hell be 37. That’s
Just too much.
DEAR SALLY: My wife has »
spinster aunt who visits us regula -
ly—about every two weeks or so.
Several weeks ago, one evening,
she arrived with her new little pet
dog, and during her visit the little
pooch proceeded to “decorate" our
carpeting in no fewer than four
places. I held on to my temper and
cleaned up those areas myself and
as best I could —but then on her
next visit she brought the canine
again and he was STILL not house
broken! This time I told auntie in
no uncertain terms that if she
couldn't train her dog better, to
leave him home on future visits.
And so she left our home with all
the appearances of “hurt feelings."
and my wife now seems to think I
should phone her and apologize.
How about thia? BIG JIM.
DEAR BIG JIM: Any in*'?
gtes due should be coming from
Auntie. You have every right
to bo concerned about the ap
pearance and condition of your
oovtsoto anil fIMHI.
DEAR SALLY: I’ve been going
with Hank for about six months,
and my parents have been after me
to invite him to dinner in our home
So far I haven't done so. and for a
very embarrassing reason. I'm a
shamed of Hank’s table manners.
He eats noisily, talks with his mouth
full of food, doesn't know how to
use his silverware, and uaes his
bre d Jik" xi ir.op on hi olate. H
is in evc.y other respect a swell
guy and I like him very much, but
I'm afraid that if my parents wit
ness his performance at the dinner
table, be would earn a big black
mark in their book. What do you
DEAR LtH T: If this bn «*
the "swell guy” ysu say be is,
belt lake with good grace seuae
constructive advice from you.
Since you’ve been going with
bins fur six months, you should
know him wed enough to tell
him frankly what - ! wrong with
his laMe manners, and how hr
can improve them. He should
appreciate your Interest be
cause poor table manners can
prove a very eastern handicap
DEAR SALLY: How dogs one go
•bout killing or hing a vi
cious bit of gossip about oneself
This has happened to me. Almost
a year ago. someone started an ugly
and untrue rumor about me. and
this has persisted despite all my
efforts to trace its source and to
deny its truth. I'm forever getting
involved in embarrassing haran
gues about thia malicious rumor,
but try as I might. I still keep
running into it. Is there anything
at all i can do to put a stop to this
THE LATE SHELTON MATTHEWS HONORED—Mrs.
Shelton Matthews, Petersburg, Virginia, accepts a plaque in mem
ory ol her late husband, the former basketball coach at Virginia
State College, during the 19tA Annual CIAA Basketball Tourna
ment held in Greensboro, recently. The tourney this y4ar was de
dicated to Matthews and the “Coach ol the Year" award, given
each year, has been named in hie honor. Floyd Brown, head has
ketball coach at North Carolina College, repreeenting the CIAA
Coaches Association, makes the presentation.
Mother Os Six Caught Robbing
Store Os $55 To Stop Eviction
CHICAGO TANP) Mr*. Cor
line Hicks, 30-year-old mother of
six children, was nabbed by police
last week just after she had walked
out of the door of a neck wear store
in the down town area following a
According to the store clerk,
Mrs. Goldie Weiss, 40. Mrs.
Hicks entered the store and
ordered her to hand over the
money in the cash register.
On The Home Front
GUIDES TO GOOD EATING
Surveys in Walqp County point
out that more homemakers are
working outside the home and do
not have time to prepare nutritious
meals for the family, reports Mrs.
Natalie Wimberly, home economics
Tbe foods and nutrition lead
ers have offered the following
time saving hints In meal pre
paration: Plan meala ahead,
use pressure saucepan, prepare
Inore than enough food for one
meal,, prepare foods ahead of
time, use frozen or canned
foods, nse partially prepared
talk about me? MALIGNED.
DEAR MALIGNED; Why
don't you try simply Ignoring
this gossip? That's the best de
fense against It Your persistent
attempts to fight It are’ only
serving to keep it alive. If you
stop revealing so much Interest
in It, other people will. too.
And after all, your REAL
friends know you and like you
for what you are, and no real
friend pays any attention to
86 PROOF • BARTON DISTILL!. ,OM PANY
Bsndstown, kelson Comity. Kemuil
Allan King, owner ei tee store,
observod tea action from the
back room and telephoned pa
When arrested, Mrs. Hicks wee
found too be carrying a 22 calibre
revolver in her coat pocket. She
Mid she needed the money to keep
the landlord from evicting her fam
ily. Her husband, Henry, la a bakery
•r pro peaked foods.
HOME CARE OF THE HOE
The Andrew's Chapel Home
Demonstration Club planned a 12*
hour short course In caring for the
sick at home. The course was taught
by Mra. Lola Robinson, Clinton.
Miss Ada Milla, home economic*
agent saya one of their goals In
Sampson County this year has been
to reach non-club members. And 16
of the 16 women who completed
the course were not membors et the
Home Demonstration Club.
"If you are planning to build, re
model or buy a house through fi
nancing. it is important during the
early stage of planning to figure
out how much money you have a
vailable and how much you have to
borrow,” saya Mrs. Lottie Harrlaton,
home economic* agent
In Forsyth County, the Home
Demonstration Club members have
been working on home improve
ments. And since financing is such
an important part of the plan. Mr*.
Harriston prepared a leaflet on fi
nancing the Improvement* which
includes information on the down
Accelerated Development Os New -
Knowledge Cited At Bennett
veloptnent of new knowledge and
rapidly shifting world economic
and social conditions were cited by
Dr. Kenneth R. Williams as major
teeters forcing man to widen his
May Place H.
In D. C.
WASHINGTON (AMP) - A na
tion wide movement ia currently
underway to place toe bust of Har
riet Tubman in Stotury Hall here
in toe nattonl capital
A profsst e» msmksre s i
Tew* Wsmsnh OunniM as toe
TWCLA J*SsLktagto?" and
mambsss s t tbs Maryland State
sf teto~Na«ra MarytenTwemaa
whs asi saly was taut ramie tel
slaves sat as Maryland into tree
towHnrtty to tbs irh but
mEMary mmpslgn during ton
Mias E. Pnd Myers es Washing
ton and Mrs. Juanita Mitchell, a
Baltimore attorney and wife ei
Clarence Mitchell head of, tbs
Washington Bureau et the NAACP,
said tew peopla knew that Harriet
Tubman aided in formulating toe
strategy and making a survey of
enemy penetrations ter a military
campaign and than assisted Colonel
Montgomery and 300 Negro troops
to tha famous Combahes campaign
on tha night of June 2, 1363.
payment, preliminary coats, aoursas
for credit and cautions about
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RALEIGH. N. O, SATURDAY, MARCH 14. ISS4
horiaona. In hia vesper aiitrsm ad
Bennett College Sunday.
Dr. Williams, president of Win
ston-Salem State Collage, waa criti
cal of indlvitoiala who have no out
look and no desire to learn.
"New knewledge to davelep
tog sa rapidly" ha raid, "that
a para mi whs gets a degree 16
years hence will have to knew
frees twe to three Haase as
■ate aa a para an gat Hug teat
asms decree today. The educe
Hen demanded by werid change
regulrae a thirst ter knewledge.
Suck edueatton dees met end
when a parise acquires a do
gma. but aaateai unto bu ,
Calling attention to tha tact that
some students are more Interested
to "their nights out than their days
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to." Dr. Wnilame daoterad teat rig
id self-discipline ia required for to
day's education. Ha urged his lis
teners to deck)# now how big their
world is going to be and how big
they are going to bu to it
"People with UHla minds can
net wee very far," ha said, "net- —-
teate sea people with claaad
minds or people with lazy
minds. Thera arp peepto walk-
tag around today, atsai minds
died years age, tort nobody b
bathering to bury teem haeanaa
they are still breathing."
In raterring to tha "social ravo* -
lotion” which Is taking place today,
ha told students to propers well for
tha new Job opportunities which
are opening to them, warning that •"
if they an not ready, they win be