Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina on April 3, 1962 · Page 9
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Asheville, North Carolina
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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Dennis The 'Menace By Hank Ketcham Asheville Resident's Soil News Of Public Record The Asheville Citizen : 9 t" I ' A I a. Ida A luesoay, April j, lyoei FORT RUCKER. Ala - Col. Allen M. Burdett Jr., deputy assistant commandant of the United States Army Aviation School for the past nine months, left Fort Rucker last week-end to become executive to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Development. A native of Washington, D. C, Col. Burdett is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, the Command and General Staff School, the Armed Forces Staff College and the U. S. Army War College. A rifle company commander In Europe during $&J&. JJMBti. LOOK AT County School Bus Drivers To Attend Safety Meeting A apecial one-day training session for all county school bus drivers with emphasis on safety has been called for Tuesday by T. C. Roberson, county schools superintendent. More traffic accidents occur Airing the last two months of the school year than at any other time, Roberson said. The training session, to be held at Biltmore School at 10:30 a.m., is designed as an accident prevention measure and will be conducted by the State Highway Patrol. Participating in the program will be Capt. H. C. Johnson and Lt. E. C. Guy, commander and executive officer, respectively, of Troop F. Roberson also called on the general public to exercise extreme caution when meeting school buses on the highways. He said number of reports of automobiles passing stopped school buses have been received lately. In ether business, Roberson an- Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel Ul-at-Mie because of loose, wobbly falae teeth. PAS TEETH, an Unproved alkaline (non-acid) powder, aprlnkled on Jour plate bolda them firmer so they el mora comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Get VASTKETH at asr drug counter. Automtoic Typing PjcHECK WITH : FOR FINE FURNITURE OPPOSITE WESTGATE 414 Patten Avenue nounced the Board of Education will open bids April 17 for con struction of a six-classroom ad dition to Clyde A. Erwin High School. It is hoped the addition can be finished for the 1962-63 academic year completing consolidation programs for Erwin and Leicester High Schools. Roberson also announced that the Board of Education meeting, scheduled for Monday, has been postponed until next Monday at 4:30 p.m. Rabies Clinics Scheduled For County Areas Counly residents are urged to take advantage of the Dog vac cination Clinics now being held in the various communities. Dr.. H. W. Stevens, county health director, said green rabies tags are now out of date and pets with green tags need to De vac ciliated Immediately. North Carolina law requires fiiat every dog four months of age or older be vaccinated against rabies. The new vaccine used in local clinics gives pro tection for three years. Cost of this service, per dog, is 2. The clinic schedule for this week: Tuesday: Johnston School, J to 4 p.m.; Seller's Service Sta tion, Deaverview Road, 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday: Emma School: 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday: West Buncombe School, 3 to 5 p.m. Friday: Vance School, Sul phur Springs Road, 3 to 5 p.m. I COL. A. M. BURDETT JR. World War II, he holds the Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Purple Heart and wears the Combat Infantryman and Senior Parachutists Badges as well as Aviator's wings. He is a son of Mrs. A. M. Burdett, 253 Country Club Rd., Ashevilie, N. C. Blood Schedule The following schedule has Birth$ Memorial Mission Mr. and Mrs. James V. McHaffey Jr., Rt. 3, Candler, a daughter, April 3. 6t, Joseph's Mr. and Mrs. James H. Garrett, 15 Brookshire PI., West Asheville,. a ton, April second. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Wright, Rt. 1, Swannanoa, a daughter, April 2. Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, 102 N. Bear Creek Rd., a daughter, April 2. Mr. and' Mrs. John S. Patton, 46 Le-An Hurst Rd., a daughter, April 2. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kennedy, Rt. 1, Swannanoa, a soa, April 1, Real Estate Transfers Ida Green 1o G rover McFertend Jr, orooertv in Blllmara Ward. D. M. Connelly to David M. Hvtton, prooerty In Craoav VJyw. w. C, Stiooe To a. E. Fort,, property on Bull Creek Rd. Robert I. Prealev to Charlei M. 'rank, prooerty on Redwood Rd. Arnold B. Robinson to Wooderd F. woioroo, property in cowry, Monev-Worlh Inc. to Carolyn J. Mild ana ueiano trruree, properly on me laohlan Wey. Money-Worth Inc. to Chatmer L. Culberson, property on Rose Mary Rd. J. E. WWiemson to Clifford H. Hooper, prooerty on Lookout Circle. Wenda Crook to James R. Owenby Jr., nrnnnrtu In I nJr4tnr Tnumhln William R. Parrot?, to George Hatilda- kls, property on Larciwnonr ko. Mary J. Cowan to Muriel D. Watts, nrnwriu on Trnmant St. Luny Luther GiHiem to Joe Watson Gilliam, property in Broed River Town- been announced by the ASheVlUe "joe Walton Gilliam to Luny Lumer omiam, properly in Drees Kiver i own- in 10. prop- Area Regional Blood Center for blood collections: - At the Blood Ceenter in Municipal Building: 6 to 8 p.m. Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday; and O 9 m In 1 nm Frirlflv The bloodmobile will be at I Roolntpn, property m Lower Hominy . . , Townsmo. XMLA, laman, 11 a.m. to a p. CrHf Pnrirfnn to rharlat Allen. nrtv In llnn.r HftminV TownthlB. Geraldlne Hubbs to William Edwerd Robinson, prooerty in Lower Hominy Townshlo. . Ben E. Branch to George R. Moore Jr. property In Imperial Woods. Tom C, Smith to Rev w. Stafford, nrwrnl In I nwr MAmlnV TflWIMh O. m. Tuesday; uiaiiee iJuuaing, College campus. Banner Elk, 1 to 6 p.m. Wednesday; and Health Center, Mountain City, Tenn., noon to 6 p.m. Thursday. Charles fi. property In swannanoa Town. ' - CHIien Photo "BERTHA, the Bartender's Beauti- Western Carolina College last month, ful Baby," a one-act melodrama by the Both plays are under the direction of Asheville Country Day School Thes- James L. Hamilton. The school French pians, will be presented during the 40th . Club will sponsor the production of both anniversary celebrations of tne Carolina Dramatic Assn. at Chapel Hill April 12-, 15. The play and other other, "Beauty Parade," a spoof tm beauty contests, i won Excellent Achievement Certificates at the CDA Regional Drama Festival at plays and a fashion show Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. In the school auditorium. Tne fashion show will feature children's, girls' and ladies' casual and evening wear from Winner's. Everett' O. Buckner to Louis P. Nipper, prooeriy on owmore .v. Pilot Construction Co. fi Lee jr. Georoe K. Teeoue to Christina P. Teooue. property on Yele Aye. Harry A. Guver to A. Edwin UllrKh, prooerty on Larchmont Rd. Wilburn & Son Inc. to American Phoenix Corporation, property on Tunnel E. V. Ledlord to Paul A. Jarvls, orooertv In county. , w. E. Bowers to James C. Harris, prooerty on Coxe Ave. , Esther E. Thomas to Lor an Moselev, Gertie Wells to R. C. Wells, property In Sandy Musn Townsnio. , Dorcus Louise Roberts to Dock P, Smith, property In Ivy Township. Building Permits ' Gold Dot Foods, addition to business building, 120 Swannanoa River Rd., $2,500. Kabriia Dairies . Cooperative Inc., roof sign and ground sign, 161 Tunnel Rd., fl.OOO each. Stanley Brlggs, addition to residence, 36 Cleveland Ave., 11,000. U. S. 19-23 Drive-In, addition to restaurant, 320 Patton Ave., SI,- 000. Three Brother! Restaurant, ad dition to restaurant, 183 Haywood St.. $1,500. Police Court Grant Jones, Pine St., probable cause found on charge of assault with deadly weapon with intent to kill, bound to Superior Court under $500 bond. Claude G. Wyatt, Marlon, lar ceny, eight months on roads appealed to Superior Court under $300 bond. Nathaniel Brown, Poplar St., larceny, tlx months on roads suspended on payment of cost and restitution. Amos A. Rea, Fort Gordon, Ga., larceny, 30 days on roads. a Superior Court Action CIVIL ,W. N. Hyatt vs. Olney DeHart, suit, for $1,000 damages to car and $50,000 damages for personal injuries in collision June 13. 1961 at Clyde, judgment plaintiff to re cover $2,000 and costs. Shoeenterprise Corporation vs. J. E. Willlngham, appeal remand ed to General County Court of Judge Burgln Pennell's judgment plaintiff to recover $6,006.78 due on maturing Installments not barred by statute of limitations on three promissory riotes made May 10, 1055, appealed to Su preme Court. Train Wreck Kills 9 MANAGUA, Nicaragua (API- Nine passengers were killed Monday in a train derailment in west-era Nicaragua. Officials said all those killed were standing on the rear platform of one of the cars. OPEN 6 A.M. DAILY Breakfast Luncheon - Dinner Come And Watch THE 6:25 P. M. LIVE RADIO BROADCAST Nightly, Direct From EDDIE SCOFIELD'S RESTAURANT 90 Merrlmoa Ave. AL 4-7021 Always The Finest In Food And Entertainment! Surfeit NOW OPEN 16th SEASON Gourmet Foods There IS A Difference MODERATELY PRICED ' S Mile South On U. S. 21 He: "Did you know our new Tempest is a 4?" 3 i 7 acts like a V-8but its thrift is strictly 4." h"Why not take some of our Tempest savings , ; and buy yourself a new hat?" She: "I saw the daringest hat the other day."-'4 "t was just made for me. , v -. was simply dying to buy if . .." "So I bought it with some of the money our Tempest has saved us." . tfv- msmimsmm) V-,.;:'. , ;; W ,v t; I , , mmmmmm - if f Awiiiim':vrt'-4i' vv - -- - -I Pontiac Tempest til YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR NEW-ACTING USED CARS, TOO., HARRY'S CADILLAC-PONTIAC CO., INC. 69 HAYWOOD STREET ASHEVILLE Dealer License No. 339 WW OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8:30 : CHARGE IT! OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY You Get Quality Plus Low Prices At ' CANTON'S LARGEST MEN'S DEPARTMENT MEN'S BAN-LON SHIRTS $299 Short Sleevei 5 Popular Colon For Casual or For Casual or Sport Easy Care Men's Drip Dry NYLON JACKETS $499 Charcoal, olive Siiei 36 to 44 Extra good make Washable If Perfect would be $1.00 HANES T-SHIRTS - BRIEFS SHORTS Sxf to 50 79c Mn's Popular Dot- & Dash COTTON PANTS Olive, $Q77 gray J Charcoal, beige, black, willow Sixes to 42 Wash and wear Men's Cotton Twill WORK PANTS Khaki $2.88 Forest Green, Gray Men's Cushion Foot SOCKS Regular 39c 3JV Siies to 13 S : RANDCRAFT DRESS SHOES SQ99 Loafer style or oxfords Hand sewn vamps Welt construction Siies to 11 Regulation Navy DRESS SHOES 599 All Leather Soles end Uppers Handy. Blinker Practical SPOTLIGHT Reg. SI. 99 1 00 Special NEW YORK PURCHASE Men's Year Around 2-PANTSSUIT $288 mm Imagine getting 2 pants at this low price. Black Charcoal Novelties Sizes to 44, Reg. & Longs Men's Miracle Fabric Wash & Wear SPRiriG & SUMMER SUITS Famous "Foster" Make Ever Popular Black $4 A 99 Compare at $25 Completely wa$hM . . 19 Cool Lightweight Just Arrived! New India Plaid SPORT COATS Treated with "Scotch Guard" Wash and wear Little or no pressing needed Sizes to 44 Fully lined 100 finest cotton .- 12 99 Famous NORTEX JACKETS s5 Fine cotton poplin Copy of famous make Assorted colors 99 Mens Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Solids, stripes, checks, plaids 2 for Sizes small, medium, large $ Sanforized 3 Men's Wash & Wear PANTS Brown, olive, black ' Rayon and acetate Washable by hand or machine Flannel or gabardine 2 pair $y99 e Sizes to 42 Men's Nylon Cotton Twill WORK PANTS Wear tested SQ77 17 nylon for wear W ' 83 fine stopU cotton . . . . . Green Tunnel belt loops Khaki MATCHING SHIRTS $2.99 Sixes UVi to 17 Men's Finest Soft Spun ORLON DRESS SOX L.. r a mr maue vj i.atuna e New novelty patterns $ e If perfect would be $1 per pr. 1

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