BY M. E. GARDNER
N. C. STATB
A lady railed and said she had
been trying to grow a “smoke-tree"
in her yard without success. She
had planted a second trr=> ana. r
was not gro'-’ins a* it should.
From what she told me, I
assumed that she had done a
good Job of planting. I then
asked her about the location of
the the tree and whether or not
It was competing with larger
trees for sunlight, moisture and
nutrients. She said that it was
and that could be the trouble. I
suggested that the tree be mop
ed to an open location and she
said that this could be done.
The smoke-tree grows best in a
sunny location. This is a woody
spreading, rather dense shrub
which may reach a height of 15
feet. The attractive, feathery fruit
ing panicles give almost the effcet
of dense smoke and thus the name.
Another very attractive feature of
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this plant is the brillant leaf colora
tion in the autumn.
Another call came about young
leaves curling on Chinese photinia
(serrulate*. I had already noticed
this condition and identified it at
mildew. This was confirmed by
our Plant Disease Clinic. This is a
fungus disease and can be control
led with Captan or sulphur.
Keep chrysanthemums growing
by feeding them about every three
weeks. Water as needed.
Azaleas, camellias and hydrangeas
may be propagated from cutting*.
Use a mixture of equal parts (by
volume of coarse sand and peat
moss. A frame is best for this and
should be located in a shaded lo
cation. Keep moist at all times but
not too wet.
Crapemyrtle plants will re
main In bloom longer if the
faded bleuems are removed as
soon as they wilt
Give roses a short rest period at
this season. Do not fertilize and
water tar « while but protect the
foliage tram attacks bgr insect and
disease peats by regular spraying
bt Doatsrrr w. headen
RAMSEUR The place of the
Sunday School in Evangelism, will
be the theme of the Deep River
District Baptist Sunday School Con
vention and the Baptist Training
Union Congram of North Carolina
which will convene at the Oakland
Baptist Church here.
The Rev. J. & Lucas Is pastor of
host church. Mrs. O. & Payton of
Dunn, is president; Mias K J. Mat
thews, of Carthage, is secretary,
and Mr. Wallace Matthews, 1* pres
ident of tee Training Union Depart
The opening service win be eon
ducted by Rev. B. B. Felder, pastor
of St John Baptist Church of Dunn,
on Friday, July M. at 10 a. m., fol
lowing tea business session, with
president Peyton, presiding, ap
pointment of committee* will be
From U a. m. to 12 noon, the
charge, will be held. At 1:30 p. m„
Friday afternoon tee theme, Wit
nessing. for Christ through Evange
lism,” win be discussed with Rev.
Eddie Lucas, Jr., a student at Shaw
University, Raleigh, as devotional
The vice-president, D. W. Headen
wUI preside over tee afternoon
sessions. Music for the event will
be rendered by tee conventional
choir, under the direction of Mrs
Omega O. Herring of Siler City.
Mr. Malcolm Thompson of Dunn, is
organist for tee Sunday School
At 3:30 p. m., a report of dele
gates to the State Sunday School
Convention will be held followed
by the election of a delegate to the
Representatives of State Conven
tion, the State Baptist Headquarters
of Raleigh and Oxford Orphanage
are expected to give remarks it
tee convention around 4:00 p.m.
On Friday evening, devotional
sendee “Giving for the cause of
Evangelism” will be conducted by
tee host pastor, followed by a wel
Witt president O. S. Payton pre
siding ami music by conventional
choir, the theme adress will be de
livered by tee Rev. R. W. Perry of
On Saturday morning at 9:45.
Rev. T. J. Foster of Burlington, as
sisted fay Mrs. Lilly Woods, will
conduct devotion on “Reaching the
Family Through Evangelism.” The
second vice-president, Mr. Pearson,
of Cameron, will preside over this
session of tee convention while
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BARBER-SCOTIA SUMMER STUDY SKULLS PARTICIPANTS The above picture
shows the participants in the Barber-Scotia summer study skills program. Shown with the stu
dents are the instructors—Miss Donna Daniels, Mrs. Zelma Darnels, Miss Susan Schock. Mrs.
Dora Johnson and Mr. Ralston Kelly. On the front row is Dean M. F. Shuts, director of the sum
mer programs. j
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PRESS PARTY FOR NAACP LEADERS NAACP executive secretary, Roy Wilkins, and
Henry Lee Moon, the Association’s director of public relations, wars greet* of honor at NAACP
post-convention press party, co-sponsored by The Capital Prase Club of Washington, D. C., and
The Moss H. Kendrix Organisation, public relations firm, with offices in Washington and Atlan
ta, Ga. Above, from left, Dr. Charles Holloway, MHKO associate. Wallace Terry. Time, Inc., and
CPC president Alan L. Kendrix, MHKO junior aseodate, Mr. Wilkins and Mr. Moon, chat during
the Statler- Hilton Hotel party in Washington, D. C. Members of the working press, radio and tele
vision were Quests at the press party.
Daughter-In-Law Os Raleigh’s
Dr. Clark Profiled In Magazine
Mrs. Yvonne Clark, associate pro
fessor of mechanical engineering
at Tennessee A & I University, is
profiled in the July issue of Ebony
The Veteran’s Corner
Here are authoritative answers
by the Veterans Administration
to questions from former service
men and their families:
Q —ls education or training
available to peacetime veter
A—Only If they have service in
curred disabilities. A definite vo
cational handicap must also exist
if the service-connected disability
la rated at less than 30 percent.
Q —ls a veteran dies while
receiving pension under the
old pension law. may the wid
ow and minor children be paid
under the old law?
A—ls the veteran died on or
after July 1. 1960, any pension
payable to the widow’ and minor
children must be paid under the
new pension law.
Q—l am receiving, dividends
(he president delivers the snnual
address to this forty-eighth session
of the Deep Run Baptist Conven
The BaptiM Training Union will
be in ae&sion on Saturday after
noon with the president Wallace
Matthews of Siler City, presiding
over this session. The Rev. James
McLaughlin, of Shaw University.
Raleigh, will lead the devtion on
‘The BTU and Evangelism." fol
lowed by a song period. At 3:43 p
m , there will be an oratorical con
On Saturday evening, devotion
will be led by Rev. Mr. J. L Mor
gan. pastor nf Wall Street Baptist
A playlet “Candlelight Evange
liam" will be presented b7 the BTU
of Oatland Baptist Church. Ram
seur. N. C.
Special music will be rendered
when the widely known Oxford
Orphanage choir sings at 8:00 p.m.
The educational sermon will be
preached by Rev E W. Johnson.
The following Sunday morning’s
sermon which climaxes the conven
tion will be delivered by Rev. M
P. McClesve of Greensboro. Rev
McCleave is pastor of the flth Ave
nue Baptist Church of Siler City
and Edward's Grove Baptist Church
of Liberty He Is a graduate of AdcT
THE LENDING AGENCY that I
listen to on my radio says it will
lead me money for the M3> Td ,
like to pay' which seems to indi
cate that I have a choice in dealing
wun tnj creditor*.
I magazine as one of the few women
engineers teaching in American
I Mr*. Clark, whs la alee a
on my present National Serv
ice Life Insurance term pol
icy. Will I continue to receive
dividends If 1 convert to one
of the permanent plans?
A—Yea, dividends are paid on
permanent OI Insurance policies
HELP FOR WORMS
By Dr. E M Olldow. Director
Frtskies Pet Pood Reaeerch Center
Most dogs hsve worm* at
some time in their lives. The
most common types are round
worriis, often referred to ss
puppy worms. They may also
have whip worms, tape and
If you suspect your pet'*
afflicted, it’s important to get
professional help from your
veterinarian He can; deter
mine through a microscopic
examination of a stool speci
men exactly what type of
worms your pet ha*.
Each calls for a different
medication. He’ll also deter
mine the exact dotage needed
which will depend on the age
and the weight of the dog. He
will keep your pet if the prob
lem is hook or whip worms s*
these are serious and call for
Round and tape worms may
be treated at home with the
medication your veterinarian
gives you providing you care
fully follow instructions.
Care ehould be taken In
home treatment with patent
able in drug stores
litores. All worm
sxk so dosage must
live too much to s
n old dog and you
s very sick dog on
. Give too little to
idult dog, and you
rid of the worm*,
tips Dogs can be
nd with tapeworm
g uncooked rabbit
meat, pork or fish. It is not
neceaaanr to add meat to a
top quality prepared dog food
rich as rriskies, which al
ready contain* meat and bone
houaewtf* and a mother, spends
her rammers working in Indus
try, Ebony points set, Including
th* National Aeronautic* and
Space Administration In Hunts
Her husband. William Clark. Is
a student at Meharry Medical Col
lege. and I* the son of Raleigh
physician surgeon. Dr. W F. Clark.
E. Cabarrus Street.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (ANP)
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Collegiate Athletic Asm., and
matching winners of major collage
conferences and other prominent
athlete, will be held in Cobo Arena
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tee NCAA announced base.
Walter Byers, NCAA execs-
Uve director aimewnned a three-
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