Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina (2024)

Asheville Calendar MONDAY 7:30 a. Land of the Salesmasters Club, Buck's Restaurant. 9 a. m. to 1 p.

m. Regional Blood Center, Municipal Ing. 10 m. Buncombe County Commissioners, Courthouse, 12:15 p. m.

Black Mountain Rotary Club, Monte Vista Hotel. 12:30 p. m. National Couneil of Jewish Women, Jewish Community Center, 1 p. m.

Biltmore Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn. 3:15 p. m. Burton Street School Club. 3:15 p.

Herring School Club. 6 p. m. Business and Professional Women's Club, Battery Park Hotel. 6:30 p.

m. Committee of Management of West Asheville YMCA, Bailey's Cafeteria. 6:30 p. Junior Chamber of Commerce, George Vanderbilt Hotel. 7 p.

m. Executives Club, George Vanderbilt Hotel. 7 p. m. Candler Lions Club, Candler School Cafeteria.

7:30 p. m. Asheville Symphony Orchestra Rehearsal, Parish Hall, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 7:30 p.

m. Division 6-17, Naval Reserve Center. 7:30 p. m. Woodfin Elementary School PTA.

8 p. m. St. John's Group, Alcoholics Anonymous, St. John's Episcopal Church, Old Haw Creek Road.

8 p. North Asheville Group, Alcoholics Anonymous, Charlotte and Lenox Sts. 8 p. m. West Asheville Odd Fellows Lodge, Lodge Hall.

My Answer By Billy Graham I would like to know what you mean by You say average traverage Christian reads the Bible only five minutes a week. Do you feel that the average Christian is saved? L. M. W. Too many of us are SO involved in the numerous activities of the chirch-membership drives, financial drives, building programs, and church, promotion, that we often lost sight of the real meaning of being a Christian.

Oddly, none of the above (though all are important) have anything to do with being a Christian. A Christian, in the New Testament sense, is a person who has committed himself to Christ so completely, that everything else becomes secondary. Christ is a living Lord; the Bible is a Book; and the Church is a living institution. When I say "average I mean the average "professed Let's face it: the average professed Christian isn't often found feeding on the word of God; isn't often found on his knees; isn't often found trying to win his neighbors and friends to Christ; isn't often found doing good in Christ's name, without expectation of pay. You ask, "Is the average professed Christian saved?" To be a Christian in name is not enough.

Our Lord said; "Many will come to me in that day, and say, Lord, have we not done many wonderful works in your name?" And He will say, "Depart from me, I never knew you." STARLITE 7 STARTS 7:30 1ST HIT BRAVE RUNAWAYS! WALT DISNEY presenis Big 2ND HIT Steve Cochran In "LION AND THE HORSE" IN TECHNICOLOR FREE FLORIDA VACATION TICKETS BOX OFFICE. DEPOSIT AT SNACK BAR. Dr. A. A.

Crucet Will Be Speaker At Americanism Week Ceremony Auditorium. Members of all units will form in front of the auditorium for the brief ceremonies. display flags throughout the day, Jaycees George Currin and Jack Nivens are co-chairmen of the observance. Dr. Alfredo A.

Crucet, staff a right and commence to City Merchants have been asked to surgeon at the Oteen Veterans Administration Hospital who fled Cuba after the Castro take-over, will be the principal speaker Monday afternoon in Americanism Week ceremonies to be held in front of City Auditorium. The brief ceremonies will immediately follow a 2 p.m. parade featuring various veterans organizations and high school bands. Dr. Crucet, who has been in this country since March 1960, will speak on "'The Unseen Communist Threat." on His speech will outline the Communist infiltration methods he observed in Cuba, relating those to present dangers facing the United States.

In leaving Cuba, Dr. Crucet had to abandon both a longstanding private practice plus his work as a member of the faculty at the University of Havana Wirephoto serv- Medical School. Immediately prior to coming to Oteen, he served for a year at the Doctor's head. Hospital in Manhattan. The parade, it has been announced by the sponsoring Junior Chamber of Commerce, will start promptly at the Asheland-Patton Avenue intersection.

It will travel on Patton Avenue to Spruce, travel across to College Street, then proceed down College Street to Haywood, where it will make PRESS THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, November ASHEVILLE, 1962 N. C. 13 Monday, 12, Gardner Webb Receives $15,000 Value Library PRESIDENT JOHN former Presidents Harry Eisenhower in the rose garden F. KENNEDY stood with Truman and Dwight D. of the Roosevelt estate in Hyde Park Saturday ices for Mrs.

Franklin D. is Vice President Lyndon Art Museum Show Has Variety Of Subject Matter, Media, Style BY ERIK FRIS "I Walked Through the Garden" "Mountain Morning" in "October" along the "Blue Ridge Parkway" and found the "Trees" a "Symphony in Yellow" from my "View From Mitchell." The above are actual titles of paintings now on exhibit at Asheville Art Museum at 324 Charlotte St. and give a picture of what you might find in the show. The exhibit includes the original work of 44 Asheville area artists, and as usual there is very much variety in subject matter, media and style. The artists are all members of the museum association.

Heading the list is Mary Beth Buchholz, Margaret Jones, Glenn Smith, Miller, Peggy Dodge and "Edith Tait. Their paintings were especially effective and outstanding in perfection of technique and creativity. Mrs. Buchholz' latest creative work is entitled "Odysseus at the Isle Cyclops" and is another of her powerful casein compositions of bold areas of color woven together with dark outlines. Miss Jones has been experimenting with abstract non-objectivity and has a successful a one in "Unititled" with its of red forms, a russet brown sweep and a spot of friendly blue.

Glenn Smith, usually identified with his moody, depressing blueblack studies, delights and amazes with a mixed media semi-non-objective symphony of color in The style is completely different, free in ment, subtle and poetic. Collage expert Peggy Dodge presents "San with St. George and the dragon created out of pasted-up papers and color in another interesting and exciting design. Al Miller's "Frozen Winter" is a birches superb against water color of snow-white white a background, delicately defined. "A Tall Ship" is Edith Tait's tempera study in shades of blue, very professionally handled.

Elizabeth takes us to a sunny beach in "Hawaii" with the peaceful beckoning. "Landscapist Ralph Hollars painted "October," a mountain scene, in palette knife technique, and the painting sold right away. Another mountain landscape is E. C. Barger's "Tranquillity" in bright colors, and most attractive.

J. S. Sheldon expresses his lovely, landscape. "'The in flowing line over a rolling farmland. Hazel Cole's "Trees" were swirled into being via the ink resist route in yellows and browns.

"Solitude" in Virginia Klose's mountain scene in oils, a friendly scene, as our mountains are. When "Daybreak" comes, Sarah McHenry takes you up a winding road to the top of the hill to greet the warm, yellow FINE ARTS NOW THEATRE BILTMORE AVE. ASHEVILLE Continuous From 1 P.M. Phone 252-7736 A retreat to a Nature Camp in a secluded Paradise' Sun Lovers Holiday EASTMAN COLOR -Also First Run Co-HitBeautiful Agnes Laurent "SINS of YOUTH" -AP afternoon during burial Roosevelt. Behind Truman Johnson with bowed Wreck Kills Three Near Lexington By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A speeding car skidded headon into another automobile near Lexington late Saturday night, killing three young men and injuring one, the Highway Patrol reported.

At least five other persons lost their lives in highway accidents in North Carolina during the weekend. Killed in the accident near Lexington were Donald Ray Bell, 19, Charles Meredith Cecil, 20, and James Robert Walsingham, 20, all of Lexington. Patrolman R. L. Sigmon said a car apparently driven by Bell went into a broadside skid and slammed into an automobile driven by Robert Lee Bailey of Thomasville, who was injured.

Bell, Cecil and Walsingham were thrown from their car by the impact. The accident occurred on a rural paved road four miles east of Lexington. A 54-year-old man, Andrew Jackson Matthews of Rt. 1, Hubert, was killed when struck by a car five miles south of Swansboro. Earl Roosevelt Greer, 35, of Wilmington, was killed in Ashe County when his speeding car went out of control on a curve and plunged down an embankment, the patrol said.

The accident occurred about a mile north of West Jefferson. Anna Rose Brundige, 67, of Hendersonville was killed when struck by a vehicle on N. C. 191 about one mile north of Hendersonville. Frank Lee Ratliff, 45, of Rt.

1, Cheraw, S. was killed in Anson County when his car ran off the road and overturned. He was thrown from the vehicle. The accident occurred on a rural paved road nine miles south of Wadesboro. Garry Lewis Porrey, Negro, 10, of Fayetteville was killed when struck by a car southwest of Fayetteville.

JPC Slates Panel Talk For Tuesday The third and last in a series of panel discussions on the role of character building in combatting juvenile delinquency will be held by the Juvenile Planning Council Tuesday at 2 p. m. in City Building. Panel members will be Robert M. Bender Jr.

of the American Red Cross, Mrs. Lewis Lunsford Jr. of the Woman's Auxiliary of Memorial Mission Hospital, and F. A. Manchester of the Order of DeMolay.

Philip Clark, council co-chairman, will serve as moderator. Mrs. C. G. Pickard, council chairman, will preside.

Scholarship Will Honor Rev. Barnett BREVARD Emmett K. McLarty president of Brevard College has announced that a scholarship fund has been established at the college by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.

Pell of Pilot Mountain to honor the Rev. Lee Paige Barnett. Pell is trustee of the college. Barnett is pastor of Burkhead Methodist Church in WinstonSalem. He has served as minister in the Western North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church for the past 31 years.

"Strong leadership has characterized Mr. Barnett's ministry from the beginning," said McLarty. "He is recognized in the Conference as one of the most effective leaders of youth, and among the pastorates he held, Mr. Barnett planned and built new churches in Biltmore, Cherryville and Pilot Mountain. According to McLarty, the scholarship will provide financial assistance in the amount of $400 per year and will be awarded to students on the basis of academic achievement and promise of scholastic success.

BOILING SPRINGS Because an alumnus thought of GardnerWebb as a college with "a mission, a message, and a Master" the college library became $15,000 richer and 3,000 volumes larger when Mrs. R. C. Campbell (Ella McCurry, class of 1911) donated her late husband's personal library to the college. The collection includes eight sets of commentaries, 16 Dr.

eight books of sermon outlines' he used in his long ministry, and hundreds of books he bought for his own use, President Eugene Poston, said that a religion section of the library was one of the college's needs, as it fulfills requirements for a four-year institution. He also said that $15,000 was a conservative estimate of the value Argument Leads To Blows, Man Dies After Being Hit One man was dead and another in jail after a brief argument and fist fight at 4 p.m. Sunday at the home of Groce by Banks at 56 Lamb according to Capt. John Best of the Asheville Police Department. Capt.

Best identified the dead man as Marshall Gordon Brooks, the 66, of Rt. 3, Brevard Road, and the man jailed as Glenn Samuel Lance, 53, of 50 Randolph who was arrested at his home and held pending the outcome of a coroner's inquest to be held Friday. Capt. Best reported this sequence of events: J. D.

Baker and J. E. Letterman were in the Lamb Avenue neighborhood investigating a theft, and as they drove past the Banks' residence, Banks ran to the street and stopped them. The officers found dead man in Banks' yard. After an investigation, City Patrolman J.

R. Zachary went to Lance's home and placed him under arrest. Investigating officers quoted Lance as saying he walked out of Banks' house as a car occupied by Brooks and an unidentified man stopped. Lance told police that Brooks got out of the car and began arguing with him about the outcome of the Nov. 6 election.

Lance told police Brooks advanced upon him in a threatening manner as though to hit him with his fist. Lance said he of the library. Some of the books could not be replaced. Both natives of Rutherford County he from Hollis and she from Golden Valley Dr. and Mrs.

Campbell met while students Boiling Springs High School. They married while still in school but continued their education at Wake Forest and Carson-Newman College where they graduated in 1915. Campbell received his seminary training at Southwestern Seminary, Fort Worth, Tex. He held pastorates in North Carolina, Texas, South Carolina, and Arkansas. He retired in 1949 and moved to Shelby.

For the next five years until his death from a heart attack, he held Bible conferences and taught Bible. Despite a very busy life, he found time to write 16 books, of which Mrs. Campbell has the manuscripts. One booklet, "God's Financial Plan," has sold over 500,000 copies and has been used over the world. Church leaders estimate that it has meant millions of dollars to churches.

Two of his books have been translated into Spanish and one into Chinese. rays of sunrise. Or you can mire the "Mountain Morning" through James Wynne's large oil landscape. Mrs. D.

B. Barrett takes you to the "Blue Ridge Parkway," and Helen Nettles to while Elsie Whitson says "I Walked Through the Garden." But Martha Chasteen is "Morocco and Ada Schmidt visits "Stieben Lake in the Alps." Randy Macatee introduces "Teddy" and Amelie Wesenhagen "Meisjeskopje." Lee Joiner paints "Iris" and James Barnhardt pictures "Paris Suburbs" in thick palette knife paint. Don MacBryde shows "Wherris on the Broads," Ruth Sinclair "Salt of the Earth" and John Hauenstein "Mills Cove Road." Reva Showalter gives us "Calm Waters" and Paul H. Dry colorfully displays an "Inca Indian, Lima, Peru," while a "Symphony in Yellow" is presented by John David Richardson. Pearl Sheldrick makes for "Escape" in the colorful woods, and Kenneth DuBois shows the remains of a fire in "Two Chimneys." "October Valley" is Anna Lou Roberts' verdant landscape of our mountains, and Gerald Schoonover reveals "Cool Shadows" contrasting withe warm sunlight.

The fishermen working on the docks in Miriam Barber's "Drying Out." The ruggedness and thickness of the foilage emprasizes "View from Mount Mitchell" by Viuu Lind. "'The Lagoon" is pictured by Mable G. White, as Betty Blew Bentz introduces her daughter "Joan" in a handsome protrait. Amelia Putnam reminds us of "Summer Playtime," as Douglas Grant pictures "Mountain Climber" with a stormy sky in sure washes of color. Lutrelle Wishart shows Bridge, Sculpture entries include L.

T. Jones "The Third a scrap of metal probably fallen from space, stuck into a fine hunk of wood. Marshall Roberts, Jr. fashioned an "Unglazed Pot" out of ceramic, but Hope Norburn saves the day with a tender bit of carving from wood with "The New Baby," a gem of wood sculpture. District Lions Hear Reports On Progress HENDERSONVILLE Reports on Lions Club activities in the 10 western counties of District 31-A were heard here Sunday at a district cabinet meeting in Hendersonville High School cafeteria.

Bob Linder, president of the Hendersonville host club, presided during a luncheon meeting. District Asheville governor Willard Hensley of gave a comprehensive report on district Lions activities and called on each zone chairman and deputy governor to report on work at the zone and regional levels. Isaac Gradman of Asheville outlined Lions International's plans for cooperating with the CARE program in providing food and tools to needy persons in foreign lands. Hubert Kanipe of the Haw Creek club reported that 16 boys are now occupying the Boys Home cottage at Lake Wacca- maw. The home was built by the Lions of North Carolina at a cost of $21,734.

Charlie Spencer of the Black Mountain club, district historian, reported on the growth of Lionism throughout the Free World. He said 25,000 new members joined Lions clubs around the world last year. Growth in Japan and Greece was highlighted. The former has organized 400 clubs since World War II and the latter now has 200 clubs. Eros Pitts of Biltmore, district White Cane director, said that few clubs have completed their drives, but that those reporting show increases over last year's all-time record.

Hensley said the next cabinet meeting will be held in Robbinsville Feb. 10 when the host Robbinsville Lions Club will serve its annual bear dinner. The district cabinet is made up of the presidents and secretaries of the 37 clubs in the 10-county district. Henderson Man Injured In Two-Car Collision HENDERSONVILLE A dersonville man was seriously injured in a two-car accident here Saturday night and remained unconscious Sunday afternoon in Pardee Memorial Hospital where he was admitted for treatment. Highway Patrolman C.

W. Pearson said Hulon John Justice, 36, of 410 Linda Vista the injured man, was the driver of a car which sideswiped another auto on U. S. 64 three miles east of Hendersonville, glanced from the impact, across the should- road, traveled 75 feet along the er, cutting down three mailboxes, turned over and rolled 96 feet into the yard of J. Hollis Justice of near Juno.

The injured driver suffered a fractured skull, concussion and three broken ribs, Pearson said. Pearson said Justice was driving east about 9:15 p. m. when he lost control on the crest of the hill and crossed the center DREAMLAND DRIVE- IN THEATRE No Longer A Net Yet A Woman! IS SHE? LOLITA Also SUSAN HAYWARD Marriage-Go-Round Color struck him first, knocking Brooks down, and then left the scene, according to the report given by Capt. Best.

Buncombe County Coroner Dr. John C. Young said an autopsy would be performed Monday morning in an effort to establish the cause of death. Brooks is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Faye Roberts of Weaverville; a sister, Mrs.

Will Creasman of Rt. 3, Asheville; and five grandchildren. Groce Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, which are incomplete. IMPERIAL ASHEVILLE'S FINEST -Open 12:45 Today 1:10 SUSAN PETER 2 HAY I THANK A FOOL DIANE CYRIL CILENTO CUSACK: and METROCOLOR WED. ONLY MAURICE JEANETTE MERRY WIDOW: Dial AL 4-1161 "IF A MAN ANSWERS" Don't Hang Up, It's Sandra Dee PLAZA HONORED as the picture to inaugurate the HOLLYWOOD PREVIEW ENGAGEMENT You've never seen a motion picture like this one! WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?" Bette Davis STARRING a Joan Crawford See it from the start! Feat.

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m. Miss Bobby Jean Peek have charge of the program and Mrs. George B. Shupe, president, will preside. Penwomen To Hold Meeting Saturday "The Asheville Chapter, American Penwomen, will meet Saturday at 3 p.

m. at the Battery Park Hotel. Births St. Joseph's Mr. and Mrs.

John Chambers, 70 Glendale a daughter Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F.

Welborn, 257 Brevard a son, Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. M.

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