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April 1 U. U. S I»S*
MX. KOBEKT WALDEN
Fur.arsl service* for Mr Robert
Walden, sbont 33 of 130 W South
Street, who diet Sunday at Wake
Memorial Hospital, will b# conduct
ed at 1.00 pm Thursday at Mount
Zion First llapust Church In Ape*
Tha Rev C. W Ward will official*.
Hurls) will follow In th* church
Surviving are hi* wife Vn C.ir.
rle House Walden. ntoMci si .1 fa
ther, Mr srd Mr* Vs»«l* J W»l
r i; onr sistef Miss I'i- *
,v ilden. ail of the borne. •'
grandmother. Mr end M>« Harvey
Walden of SUer CM*.
On Tuesday evening, April 7,
many of us—but too few—enjoyed
a WINGS OVER JORDAN concert
in the Ligon High School gymnasi
um here. The affair was sponsored
by THE RUSH METROPOLITAN
In gross contrast to the numerous
mother, choir, WINGS OVER JOR
DAN, managed and directed by Mr.
C. H. Cooke of Dallas, Texas, is
roughly an octet They sang tradi
tionally spirituals—all acappella—
as did the mother choir decades
ago over THE COLUMBIA BROAD
Mr. Cooke related to us some of
the hardships of his crusading sing
ers. and the matter was further
stressed by the obvious overuse of
some of the featured voices. There
were various other differences be
tween their performances and those
of their predecessors, but the ren
ditions were splendid! And even
more sensational in the stanch en
thusiasm with which these brave
youngsters tour this enlightened,
best-crazy world—with no instru
mental accompaniment, singing tra
ditional Negro spirituals profession
Yes. I like their nerves, and if
you lack courage or inspiration.
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BY DEBRA JOHNSON
TARBORO —The Willing To Lo
4-H Club met last week at the
home of Miss Alma Farrar. Sharron
Mabry, president of the 4-H club,
presided. The educational phase of
the program consisted of “develop
ing better citizenship among our
youth" and “4-H Church Sunday.”
Project progress reports was
made by the project committee.
Latralia Taylor, is secretary end re
porting chairman of that commit
tee. Mrs. Emma Barnes and Mrs.
Gladys Hargrove are the 4-H adult
Sixteen members attended.
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HOLDS TEACHER CONFERENCE Seventy-five persons were in attendance at a confer
ence for cooperating teachers and principals in the North Carolina College student teaching pro
gram Saturday. Dr. William Colbert, center, main epeaker at the affair, ie shown reviewing some of
the points of his address with Dr. Norman C. Johnson, left, of the NCC faculty, and Dr. William
H. Brown, right, dean ot the NCC Graduate School. Dr. Colbert is coordinator of teacher educa
tion at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
SPURN ft OFFER FOR “TOP
KINGSTON. Jamaica (ANPI—
Holland and Frank Oebar
are beating their heeds against a
stone wall these days for turning
down a *2 apiece offer made to
them for a small packaged marked
“top secret—Cape Kennedy”. The
pair found the package on a street.
When they picked it up. they im
mediately mw a warning notice on
the aide which read “Rochet fuel
keep off hands—will burn.” A cu
rious passerby aaw them handling
the box gingerly and came over to
investigate. He offered each man
$2 for his share, but neither would
part with their find. Later, when
they were alone, they couldn’t re
sist the temptation to open the box.
In it they found a smaller box
burled in some sand. When they
pried open the smaller container
they found —more sand.
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TRY FOR SIZE Top award winner l /ass wee It of the an
nual Capping Exercise* lor sophomore students in the AUT Col
lege School ot Nursing try a cap “tor sire." Mis* Angelyn Wyrick,
left, Greensboro, adust* the cap for Miss Justine Ford, Newton, a*
Misses Rosa Ward, Bethel, and Debra Johnson, Columbia, S C.,
YOU ARE THE DETECTIVE
You are whored by • mold Into the brightly lighted living room
where the well-known aocliUlte. Mr* Mathilda Van Kirk, alt* on the
sots dabbing at her eyea with a wlep ot handkerchief and moaning:
“My Jewel* ... my beautiful Jewela ... all of them gone . . . atolen ."
The maid enter* allently and hand* Mr*. Van Kirk a glaea of
water. After taking a alp or two of thl*. the distraught women re
sume*. “AH of thaae Jewel* were given to me by my de*r. departed
husband ... and *o. even though they are heavily Insured, the money
I 4*ll receive won't even begin to compensate me for their senti
“Suppose you tell me the etory of what happened this evening."
*T was sitting here alone In the living room tonight watching
television ... I guess It was s little before 11 o'clock. Suddenly I
heard the sound of running feet on the gravel psth through my gar
den at the aide of the house. I quickly turned my head from my chair
there in the center of the room and looked through the picture win
dow facing the garden, and I saw a tall man In s dark blue suit wear
ing one of those soft, plaid sport hats with s little feather stuck m the
band on one side ... he was running along the path through my gar
den. He was at least fifty feet sway by that tune. I screamed and
Janet—my maid —came hurrying Into the room
“Our first thought was of my Jewels . . . and then, when we ran
upstairs and Into my bedroom, we saw immediately that the Intruder
had been there ... my things scattered over the floor, the drawers of
my dreasing table all opened ... and my Jewel case lying on top ofj
It . . . empty!”
You accompany Mrs Van Kirk and the maid upstairs Into the
bedroom, and view the disorder there- Items of clothing scattered
about the floor and over the bed. coemetic# Jsrs and containers lying
overturned, and the Jewel case lying on the dressing table, Its lid open
Then, upon returning to the downstairs living room, you turn to
Mrs. Van Kirk and ask. "Was this room lighted as brightly as this all
evening . ... while you were viewing television?"
“Oh yes. I don t like dimly lighted rooms and besldea. it’s much
easier on my eyes while I'm watching TV."
You direct a question to the maid. "Where were you when you
heard Mrs. Van Kirk scream?"
"I had Just finished straightening a few things up In the kitchen
and was on my way to the living room here. I certainly didn't bear the
burglar while he was here.”
"Well,” you say. "I'm not too sure there was any so-called 'bur
glar' here this evening. I think the Insurance company will see one
big reason for holding up payment on any claim that is made.”
Why do you doubt Mrs Van Kirk s'etory?
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RALEIGH. N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL U, ISM
BY RICHMOND STEWART
The J. W. Ligon High Sdhool Or*
cheater and Bend received superior
is tings at the Northeastern Band
and Orcheeter Festival held at
Booker T Washington School In
Rocky Mount recently.
The orchester earned Its rating In
clase aix while the band scored In
clan four. This marks the first time
Ligon has scored so high. The or
chester and band which included
the string section are under the di
rection of Mias Mary Smith and J.
Later, the choral groups, under
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