JBB 10 9TATESVILLE RECORD 4 LANDMAM nflJM>A!T. JAJWAffY 41, CARMEN — Escamillo, the toreador, played by Tom Paul, finds the fiery Gypty girl, Carmen, a fascinating companion. This scene is from National Grass Roots Opera Company's production of "Carmen" by Bizet which will be presented here in two performances February 2 sponsored by MacDowell Music Club. 'Carmen' To Be Sung February 2 Scandal Rocks Yale University NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UPI> A 14-year-old girl and a telephone have put six Yale undergraduates in the position of being little black sheep who have gone astray. The 14 • year - old received a phone of her own for her birthday. One of the calls she made errantly connected her with a Yale dormitory. Neither party hung up. That mischance call has led to a scandal which has rocked Yale from Mory's restaurant to President A. Whitney Griswold's office. Six undergraduates have been charged with "lascivious carriage" in connection with two alleged incidents when the girl visited Calhoun College following the telephone call. Twelve others have resigned from the university and more arrests are expected. Detective Capt. William F. Hoi- oman. of the New Haven police, said the "alleged intimacies occurred at Calhoun College, but students from other colleges in the university were reported involved." The girl identified the undergraduates from their pictures in the Yale year book, Holohan said. One of the students charged was Stephen White. 19, of Paterson. N.J. His father, William B. White, principal of East Side High School in Paterson, said his son denied being involved in any incidents. White said his son told him he had seen the girl only once. The other five charged with lascivious carriage, which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail and $100 fine, were: David B. Rollins. 20. and Peter |L. Gluck, 20, both of Scarsdale. N.Y.; Stephen L. Rose, 19, Highland Park. 111.: Jack F. Adler Jr.. 20. Elkins Park. Pa., and Donald B. Murphy, 19, Chappaqua, N.Y. Bizet's immortal "Carmen." an international fa\orite, comes to life in all its beauty and action when National Grass Koois Opera Company services up opera in English here at Mae Gray Auditorium for two productions February 2. The appearance here of the Grass Roots Optra Company is sponsored annually by Mae.Duwell Music Club and has always been enthusiastically received by a large and appreciative audience. For 10 years the opera company has brought entertainment to varied groups thriiii'ihouf Hi" coun'.ry. The troupe, which was formed in Raleigh, tours the Mate in perfecting the individual roles and ensembles. About one-half of their audiences are made up of school children who anticipate each per- formance. The Grass Roots Opera movement in America was founded by A. ,1. Fletcher, a Raleigh attorney and businessman, to provide professional careers for America's most promising younj.; singers, to give the public a chance to hear opera in English and ultimately to make of opera a means of mass entertainment in the United Slates. Since its first performance in 1!»5«, the. company has appeared in must of tiie United Slates in over TOO performances of opera in English of both traditional and contemporary works. Its singers have appeared with many other leading companies in both America and Europe. I David \\itlierspoon. an Iredell na- |ti\e, i.s business manager of the Grass Hoots Opera Company and has sung tenor roles with the troupe on many occasions. The all new production of Carmen, which will be presented here, will feature colorful costumes. fresh young voices, clever staging and opera in English. The afternoon performance will be at !:•!.> o'clock and the evening show will be at 8 o'clock. Tickets are already on sale at Brady Printing Company. Lowry Drug Store and by MacDowell Music Club members. The sponsoring club's opera committee is made up of Mrs. Albert Watson. Miss Pearl Holland. Mrs. Butler Rhodes and Mrs. Harry Mei Lain. Mrs. Hugh Ervin is club i president. ?*** $1195 D E L I V ED FREE 10 YOUR IOT IN SECTIONS WITHIN 100 Milt MMUS OF KKNftSVIUI, N. C. These are U. S. Government built house*—port ef a federal housing project. THE SUPPLY M UMITED. ACT NOW! Do net confute these homes with job-standard shell-type home*. ooooooooooooo COMPARE THESE FEATUftESt • AN Structural Materials, 2x4'* or larger • Wiring • Plumbing • Wlndowa * Oooff • All Rafters - Studs • Sills and Joists spaced 16" o.C. • Hardwood Flooring • NEW — three piece bath • Easy to Erect Sections • Fully Insulated • N£W — California Btrfwood Siding A DOZEN USES: Contractors, Builders, Investors, Rent Property, Permanent Homes, Tenant Homes, for Young and Old Couples, Cabins or Cottages. 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He explained what he'd done and offered to go to jail for his parents. "I'll be old when I get out, and my dad and mom will be old to, but I'll never do anything like that again. Can I learn to be a doctor or syentist if I go to jail? I pray every night you will forgive me." The White House forwarded the letter to the IRS which assured Jim that neither he nor his parents would have to go to jail. Jones House Has Mystery BALTIMORE <UPI> - A radio repairman claims he has found a solution to the strange happenings in the home of the Edgar Jones family here. For the past week, things have been really jumping. It began when a shoe-shaped flower pot kicked out a window pane. Then, pieces of pottery, glasses and ash trays exploded on shelves and tables or crashed to the floor —for no apparent reason. A sugar bowl leaped four feet into the air. A brass incense burner made a six-foot flight from a bookshelf, and a can of soup hopped from a shelf. Thing* quieted down a day or so in the two-story, brick house occupied by Jones, a returned fireman, and his wife and daughter. Then things started hopping again, and Stanley P. Greenfield, the radio repairman, investigated and came up with a more plausible solution than the poltergeist theory. The "ghost," Greenfield says, is a big storm drain that runs behind the Jones home. The pipe, he explains, acts as a big musical instrument, now and then hitting notes that create vibrations, arid things start flying. Jones' daughter. Mrs. Theodore Pauls, says the family dog seems to understand the strange happenings and daws at the objects just prior to their mysterious doings. In a home where everything else seems to be happening, the dog just won't talk. Telephone statistics show that the world had an average of 5fi j phone conversations per person in' 1957, the latest year for which figures are available, , ALL 1959 MODELS MUST GO! 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