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: : z J:ry and
i ! K dur
: 1. H. J i jr did not
j I,';; r ' '. 'a super.,
j of. i. V-l-i whan add.
la &e r.u..cr cf taacliers makes
tol Lrtr;;t:3n6l personnel 80y
Crr-" t -.!:e only (28,898)
v a w- ' . X men and 23,727 tto
ir.cn, or n a r : r.tage basis,. 16.4
Per cert c-,a t"i 83.6 per cent wo
men. T a rrceitage of men eacTi
era en;:. loved has increased annually
since lCil-45, .when only 8.7 per cent
M x.j oj roi . i f
1 Other facts about (he teaching pro
fession are: . , ,
: 1. There are approximately 3,000
rve teachers employed in the white
wis now' than was the ease in
lAibout 100 of the increase was
ia t'.e high schooto 600 men , and
l.CJ women; the other 1,500 : Were
;v len for the elementary grades. t
C. There are approximately 1,950
f ?e Negro teachers now than in
4. 'About 900 of this increase oc
curred in the elementary schools and
1,050 in the high schools.
.5. The proportion of. men teachers
in high schools ia greater than for
the elementary schools in the case
of both races.
' Based on total teachers, (principals,
' and supervisors employed, the size
of county units ranges from 30 in
Chowan , to M2 in Buncombe. Con
sidering white teachers alone the
range ; among ..these units wag from
18 In Chowan tor 627 In Buncombe.
Considering - Negro teachers only,
there were three units with none
Chwoldee, -Clay . and Graham and
three with one teacher Mitchell,
Swain . and Yancey; The' greatest
number of Negro teachers employed
in any one unit was in Halifax. 197.
The siase of the 72 units based on
the number. -of teachers "employed
ranged from' 28.2 in Pinehuratt to 773
; in Unarlotte. V , , : '
'All of the 72 city units except San-
lord have one or more Negro teach'
ens "up " to 226 in .. Winsfcoitfialem.
iRange among white schools is from
13 in .Fremont to 651 in Charlotte,
A total of 21,224 teachers, princi
; pals and supervisors were employed
to teach in the 100 county units. City
umts employed 8,SS7. . .
TarHeel Grain Stocks
; Lower Than In 1951
GraiiNtofetota North- Carolina,' both
on the farm and off , were lower by
over 3,000,000 bushels on October 1
than on the same day in 1951, it is
disclosed, by the Stabe-dfiederal Crop
Information in the agency's office
in Baleigh showed a total of 19,393,
000 bushels in the State on October
1. as compared with 22,742,000 bush
; ls on October 1, 1961.- .
- North (Carolina showed a decrease
from last year in all of its individual
'grain stocks of wheat, oats, rye, bar
- ley, corn and soybeans; while ; the
United States showed a slight increase
only in wheat. - .
TWO MASSES NEXT SUNDAY IN
EDENTON T CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday, "November -1- 9, :The ' Most
' Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be of
fered at 8:30 and 11 A. M., jn St.
Ann's Catholic Church, Edentom each
including sermon on "The Angelus,"
Holy Communion, followed by Rosary
for tile Dead, Sunday School, with
-confessions for half hour before ser-
vices, announced Father, !F. J, Mc
Court, lector,' who invites everybody
to all Services u,Kk''V--kH: '-'
. - iFarst Friday, November 7, and oth
er week-days, mass at, 7j A;fM In
Edenton. '-k". .,v;S.:
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Too early for Christmas shopping?
Oon't you believe Utt"! says Post,
master Bill White, i i 1 , f. ,
This year there are more friends,
relatives, and sweethearts in our
armed forces overseas than at any
time since World War II. Their
precious gifts and cheery Christmas
irreetmes should be mailed before No
vember 16, and for those to be sent
to remote areas mailing by NovemDer
10 is recommended, which means
noVs the time to start. -
. It's best, of course, to vend both
parcel post and Christmas cards by
air mail. ' (Overseas air (parcels are
imited to two pounds.) Be sure the
address is easy to read, and includes
the recipient's full name, serial name,
branch of service, organization, and
correct A..P. O. -fc'-'i'.rh"::-".::"
Include senders name and address
inside all packages. All parcels
should Je securely wrapped and tied
with strong cord. Use heavy 'Cor
rugwbed cartons for added protection
during their long' journey. ; 1 :
Some foods may be sent overseas.
But dont mail perishable items. Val
uable overseas gifts should be regis
tered or insured.
-Delivery of the Ohrisimas mail ov
erseas is a complex problem. In some
areas, the postal services of the Army
Air Force or Navy will take up where
the U. S. Post Office leaves off. It
will help them greatly if everyone fol-
ows the suggestion above. ,
"Your next step."' Postermaster
White concluded, "is to get ready for
Christmas in the V. S. ' A. Better
start 1 checking your Christmas card
Bat right now, for after December
1, the Posf Office will be hard press
ed to handle the tremendous "volume
of Christmas laJl!wl'v:V;.....:;.5.iV;,,...
Miss Lizzie Brown. , 61, died Wed
nesday of last week at the home of
her sister, Mrs. A. P. Ward in the
Glideu section. She was a native of
Gates County, but had made her home
wfth her sister for several months.
Surviving are a sister. Mrs. A. D.
Ward, and two brothers, Edgar H.
and Xiycurgus - E. Brown, both of
Chuckatuck, Va.'' ;i ': -'y-
lUneral services were held Thurs
day afternoon at ' 8 o'clock . in the
Warwick Swamp Baptist Church. The
pastor, the Rev. Lee A. Phillips, of
ficiated, assisted by the Rev. W. V.
Brown, pastor of the Hobbsville Bap
tist Church. Interment was in the
(Ward family eemetery. : ..v
A n .
, j ... a umn inoni, .
Did you hear about , the delicate
hint Mr. Staylate got last night T"
'INo what was tt?1 V"w-t
. "Well, Edith found that kwWng at
the clock and other familiar devices
were of no avail; so she asked for
sdme refreahcneirtB, and her , mother
sent in a dish of breakfast food."
v MARILYN MONROE REVEALS
, TRUTH ABOUT HERSELF.
Absorbing story of a girl from the
wrong side of the .tracks who grew
up on the right aide of nature. How
Marilyn JMonroe go "Jnto pictures,
and other 'personal information about
the star-is revealed in 'The Truth
About Me," illustrated feature in the
November 16th issue of the
NEW AMERICAN WEEKLY
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