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Marine Fvt. Evans L. Hamil
ton, MU of Mr. and Mrs. E. ti.
Hamilton o( 113 GtbiM St., Hen
dersonville, la coBfratulated py
his battalion commander, Lt.
Col. O. T. Jensen, ufion Inteicra-
tlnf into the regular Marine
Corps April S.
A former student of Hender-
sonvlllc High School, Hamilton
enlisted in the Marine Corps Re-
^rve In January and Joined the
“regular” upon completion of
recruit training.
BISHOP J. W. L BOWEN FINA15
SPEAKER FOR BENNEHCOUEGE
GREENSBORO
One ot the nation’s outstand
ing Methodist bishops and the
president of the nation'!! leading
Methodist-related institutions of
higher learning will deliver the
major addresses during the 84th
commencement exer4f^s at
Bennett Cbliege, May 26 and 27
Speaker at the baccalaurcate
exercises at 4 p.m. on Sunday,
May 26, will be BmIiop J. W. E
Bowen of Atlanta, Georgia. The
commencement address will be
delivered by Dr. Arthur S
Fleming, president of Ohio Wes-
1- y?n Univenity, Delawnre,
Ohio. Both programs will be
held in Annie Merner Pfeiffer
Chapel.
This year’s class, with a pre
sent potential of 108 candidates,
will be the largest in the his
tory of the college.
Commencement Week activi
ties will begin on Friday, May
25, with class day exercises at
3 p.m. At 8 p.m., there will l>e
the Theatre Guild production of
Sophocles’ "EUectra,” from the
translation by Francis Fergu
son.
On Saturday, May 25, the
Graduate Association will meet
at 10 a.m., followed at 1 p.m.
THE CAROLINA TIME.« SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1957
‘oday. I
The countywide drive is sche
uled to open May 1, and is de
igned to bring jl maximum o
'aik vaccine protMtion t(
housands of children am
idults before the crippling dis
■ase can stage its 1957 appear
jnce.
The mass immunization pro
'{ram is sponsored by the mem
bers of the Dwrham Count;
Chapter, National Foundatior
for Infantile Paralysis. It de
veloped as a result of theii
alarm over the number of resi
dents of susceptible age in Dur
ham County who are still un
vaccinated against paralytic
polio. The vaccination program
has the wholehearted endorse
ment of the Polio Committee,
Durham-Orange County Medi
cal Society and the Durham
County Health D>»partment.
Business, professional, civic and
social leaders are expected to
help organize the program and
urge vaccinations within their
own groups throughout the
community. Many private con
cerns have already started pro
grams within their own compa
nies—others will follow.
W. P. Budd, Jr., chairman of
the Durham County Chapter,
NFIP pledged an all out effort
of the local chapter. He said,
"We are conviced this is one of
the most urgent efforts ever un
dertaken by our community.
We’ve simply got to make the
people aware of the danger they
are In without Salk shots.”
Mr. Budd said that the coun
ty heailh department records
showed that 74 per cent of the
white children and 47 per cent
of the Negro children of our
county have had at least one
shot. We must get 100 per cent
immunization ol our children.
Then there is the group be
tween 20 and 40. During 1956
this group was hard hit by
polio. In Durham County over
30 per cent of the cases reported
were 20 years and over.
by the -All-Bennett Luncheon
which will highlight the
unions of the classes of 1932
1937, 19i7, and 1952. The an
nual concert by the senior choir
will be heard at 8 p.m. in Pfeif
fer Chapel. This will be follewed
at 0:30 by the traditional cam
pus illumination.
Members of the National
Council of Bennett Parents will
meet at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday
May 26 and Alpha Kappa Mu
honor society will meet at 10
a.m. Following the baccalau
reate sermon at 4 p.m., there
will be the President’s Recep
tion,
Tiie commencement program
on Monday, May 27, will begin
at 10:30 a.m. in Pleiifer Chapel.
Vaccinate Before
It's Too Late
Doctor Says
A “saturation-goal” polio vac
cination program for Durham
County was announced here
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Roland Williams, fireman,
VSN, is serving In the Engi
neering Department aboard the
Anti-Submarine Warfare sup
port aircraft carriw IfSS
Antietam, which is undergoing
alterations at the Naval Ship
yards, Portsmouth, Va., and will
move to Mayport, Fla., in April.
Williams is the sen of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Williams of
Route 3, Box 840, and husband
of the former Miss Mary Mc
Pherson, all of Elizabeth City
BMore entering the aervice In
March 1956, he attended P. W.
Moore High School and was
employed by the Tidewater Con-
stmotion Company.
A. & T. College
Student Killed
In Auto Mishap
An A&T College student was
killed in an auto crash in
Florida on Friday, April 10.
Walker Stewart, East Bra
denton, Fla., a senior in Soci
ology at the college, was fatally
injured in an accident involving
the car he was driving and a
heavy truck used in the trans
portation of fruit.
Scant details reaching the
college indicate that his 1955
Pontiac crashed into the rear of
the truck at Brooksville, Fla.,
Kentucky
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Stewart was alone at the time
A thv awJidout. lie l*ad left the
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He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walker Stewart, Sr., who live
at 636 Third Street hi East Bra
dcnton. A popular student about
the pampas, young Stewart en
tered the college a few years
back and had his training in
terrupted by a military stint.
15,000 Expected
For State Band
Festival May 2
GREENSBORO
The annual State School Band
Festival, to be held here at
A&T College on Thursday, May
2, will draw more than 1,500
young musicians from through
out North Carolina.
Waiter F. Carlson, Jr., direc
tor of bands at A&T College and
in charge of local arrangements
for the meet, told reporters that
the youngsters represent 54
school bands and 4 orchestras
wiiicii huve earned high ratings
in recent District Festivals held
about the State.
The one-day meet is being
sponsored by the North Caro
lina Band Directors Assoclatit)n.
The youngsters will begin
blowing horns and beating
drums at 8:00 A.M., and will
continue through most of the
day, all aimed at gaining “I”
ratings for their respective
units.
Bands of “A” and “C” classi
fications will perform in the
Harrison Auditorium and bands
of "B” classifications, solo in-
strucentalists and ensembles
will perform in the adjacent
Crosby Hall.
The late afternoon program
calls for a critique conference
between judges and band direc
tors and a social hour for the
Sgt. James R. Smith, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith,
Jr.i and husband of the former
Mias B. Wyite, all of 509 Cham
berlain St., Raleigh, took part
in a desert field exercise at
Twentynlne Palms, Calif., on
March 21-28.
An artillery man with the 1st
Marine Division’s 11th Regi
ment, he helped provide artillery
support for Infantrymen of the
division daring training maneu-
vers.
After the exercise he returned
to Camp Pendleton, Calif., home
of the 1st Division.
participants.
Judges lor the event include:
H. E. Pickard, director ol bands,
Winston-Salem Teachers Col
lege, Winston-Salem; R. H. L.
Jones, assistant director ol
bands, A&T College; Herbert
Hazelman, director of instru
mental music, Greensboro Pub
lic Schools and Dr. F. N. Gat
lin, head, Music Department,
Virginia State College, Peters
burg, Virginia.
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Hampton Inst.
HAMPTON. Va
Hampton Institute, which
sought an immediate injunction
last September against the Vir
ginia State Highway .Depart
ment to halt construction of the
Hampton Roads bridge-tunnel
access road across its property,
has reached an agreement deed
ing 93.93 acres to the State tor
$290,000.
In the* petition for an injunct
ion, the institute originally
named Nello L. Teer and the
Bower Construction Co., both of
North Carolina, as co-defen
dants. The school based its ac
tion on an old State statute that
prevents condemnation for
highway purposes any, educa
tional institutional land within,
500 feet of a buUding used for
educational purposes.
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DUBHAM, N. C.
The upshot ol the matter was
a deed recorded last'week in the
office ol C. M. Gibson, Hamp
ton clerk of courts, which shows
the State bought the property.
The deed merely states the sale
was consumated “for $1 and
other good and valuable con
sideration.”
The bridge-tunnel access ro&d
.now will become the east boun
dary of Hampton Institute.
X>iscussing the settlement
price, Hampton" Institute’s Presi
dent Alonzo G. Moron said that
consideration was given to the
damage to the fruit trees and to
,the dairy farm on the land in
question. The dairy farm was
part of the agriculture school,
discontinued two years ago. Dr.
Moron said that the dairy will
be abandoned, but the adjacent
land will be maintained as a
horticultural farm. “We hate to
give up the land”, commented
Dr. Mor(Sl), “but we recognize
it is for a public purpose and
public use.”
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