"KISSES FOR MOTHER OF A. and T. College as "Motner
YEAR" —Mrs. Lillie F. Rodger. ' °' the Yc»r." gets kisses from
Pittst.oro, who was honored at her daughters, Lucille, left, and
Cornell University Specialist Outlines Treatment for Asthmatics
HANOVEit, \ J. -Continu
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meticulous, sympathetic physi
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as a many-faceted one allergic,
infectious, mechanical, and psy
chic," can lead to a full life
of normal span for chronic
asthmatics, a specialist declares
in the current issue of The
The specialist is Murray
Dworetzky, Ml)., clinical asso
ciate professor of medicine,
Cornell, and associate attend
ing and physician in charge of
the Allergy Clinic, the New
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Lucinda, right, both s?jaer*s left, a student a* Livingstone
at A. and T., as her two sens College and Gaitner, right, a
I look on. The sons are Freeman, junior a» A and T
' be given fluids and glucose, pa
renterally at first, . . . by mouth
when they are ablt?*to drink." 1
[ Pillows and mattresses should
[ be covered with plastic?- air- j
conditioning should be usedsj
in pollen seasons, the room !
\ should be "as dust-free as pos- j
"An electric fan blown in the
patient's direction may give
him the feeling of getting more
air and thus reassure him,
while paradoxically an oxygen i
I mask or tent may give him a ,
! closed in feeling and actually '
; make him feel worse.
Opiates and sedatives, includ !
ing barbiturates, are dangerous
.in asthma. Dr. Dworetzky
For the treatment of bron
1 ehospasm, Dr. Dworetzky rec- :
ominends ephedrine by injec- .
tion or nebulized in conjunr- .
lion with fluids, and amino- ]
phyllin which has, he say?, i
bronchodilating as well as vaso \
dilating effects. He adds: "it
has always been our impression
tli t aminoj'lylli i has con
siderable expectorant effect. •
particularly - .\hen used orally
as an elixir.''
'The most popular expecto
' rant is still saturated solution
of potassium iodide or potas
sium iodide in an enteric coat
ed tablet," he notes. But he
adds that iodides may be poor
ly tolerated and should be
j started at a low dose.
Ipecac, which causes vomit
i ing, "acts to break up and
j raise mucus." he explains, by
RALEIGH—Two J. W. Ligon
j High School girls, Lessie Dru
cella Gibbs and Gwendolyn R.
| Burwell, were announced as
I winners of Pepsi Cola scholar
! ships to matriculate at Shaw
j University for the 1966-67
I school year.
The two winners were among
I eighteen high school seniors
who competed in the test for
I the Pepsi Cola scholarship
j awards. The contestants were
j from North Warren High
| School of Wise, Fuquay Con
solidated School in Fuquay.
and Ligon High School of Ra
The two winners were an
nounced by Mrs. Velma G,
Clark, director of testing at
I Shaw, who administered the
I schooj and college ability tests.
Misses Gibbs and Burwell
j were each awarded a SSOO
scholarship for their freshman
year study at Shaw. J. D.
Lewis, special markets repre
sentative of the Pepsi Cola
Bottling Company of Raleigh,
and James Cameron, special
markets representative of Pepsi
Cola Company of New York,
J were on hand to make the
award presentations when the
winners were announced.
Lessie, who at the moment
| seems undecided whether she
will major in art or English at
Shaw, is the daughter of Mrs.
Lessie Ragland of 108 E. Mar
tin Street, Raleigh. Her "cross
the-s'reet" neighbor and high
school classmate, Gwendolyn,
has her mind set on a major in
) English. She plans some day
Continued on page 3B
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from the bronchial glands, ' to
gether with the forceful expul
sion of mucous plugs during ,
the vomiting seizure." '
Nausea, he adds, "is often
an accompanying symptom in '
most good expectorants "
West German's enjoy west
erns as much .as -anyone else i i
and to prove it, more than 1500 ! ,
fans, many dressed in cowboy j i
outfits, turned out to greet Bob
Fuller when he arrived there c
011 a tour in connection with |
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EDITORS NOTE: Below are
I authoritative answers by the
| Veterans Administration to
| sotne of nt' main current ques
; tions front former serviceman
' and their families- Further in
formation t. veterans benefits
may be "'airied at any \'A
Q—ln he service medical
report tha" ' received it stat
ed tha' ! i.e i s-Tinach her
nia thai ! received while in
'he sen uv !s it too late to
tile I->r a ;i,-uhii:'v pension
|- from '.".c vA. '
A The? ■ t:me limit
as to v.- !;vi i veteran may file
.1 clai::: :i disease or injury
he fee!.- -.a- obtained "vhile
serving ii: -;-e armed forces
Q—l ant j veteran's widow
and recer e t a monthly check
from 'he '-'A of $50.40 a month
'|> until the time of my re
marriage My second husband^
no longer married?
A Remarriage following
the death of the veteran makes
the widow permanently ineli
gible for a pension from the
Veterans Administration, based
on the death of that veteran,
unless the purported marriage
is void or has been annulled.
Q —l served in the U. S.
Army from February 13, 1947,
until I was discharged honor
ably in July of 1948 at the
end of my enlistment period.
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considered a veteran of World
A —the term "World War IT
means the period from De
cember 7. 1941 to December
MAV QUEENS AT SHAW U.—|
Veda Dodson (center) of Ches
ter, Pa. wore the Queen's
crown during the annual May
Day festivities at Shaw Univer
sity recently. A first-year stu- !
dent, she was attended by
Laura Bullock (left) of Tar
boro, and Consuella Hill (right)
of Camden, N. J.
Miss Bullock is a sophomore, *
I while Miss Hill is a freshman.!
Centered around the theme,"
| "Mardi Gras in May." the fes
tivities drew a captive audience
| in the University's C. C. Spaul
Much wisdom often goes with
fewest words. —Sophocles
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feat you by their dumbness
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VOTE FOR !
H. M. MICHAUX, Jr.
M. C. House of Representatives JHp| f^S|
• Durham Native .. . Attended Durham School*
• Veteran ... U. 8. Army Medical Corps I
• Law Degree ... familiar with
• Successful Businessman ... Real Estate A Insurance
• Church Officer ... . St. Joseph's AME Church , MM
! • Active Citizen ... Citizens Advisory Commission
Durham C. a I C„ P. D. C.
An increase in the amount allowed Renewal of state aid to the Wright
for personal exemptions on state School for the mentally retarded
Income tax. children.
Repeal of state sales tax. Better pay for teachers.
VOTE FOR H. M. MICHAUX, JR.
A Man Who Will Represent ALL The People
SATURDAY, MAY 28,. 1966 THE CAROLINA TIMES-
YACHT GALLEY SETS EXAMPLE
FOR HOME USE
- CitiUcy >n Jf-fiHt/ \(u/it "Jamaican" by Owens
'Bathroom* kitchens ;m»l widiis .ill h;i\e a lot to do with water, in
one w.'iv 01 brother, K■ ? it .iii ie.uK to piohlerm causing humidity. The
problems u'nie about
elTect on limshes 1 h,«t is why the best designed yachts. bathrooms and
kitchens todax have n.ois.iiteY'oof l;nninated plastic.
Sheriff of Durham County
I would like again to solicit your support for
re-election as Sheriff of Durham County. I
pledge to continue to serve all the people with
honesty and equality to the best of my abil
ity. Your vote will be'greatly appreciated.