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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, June 22, 1957, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12

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PAGE TWELVE fcr * J Com ' $ t « • #*«a _J -• J j SOI WfIICKEP MY GQAF STOLE, MY FOOD/!/ J '■■■ , : r./?Mr>> *&***>(. ' H*‘ Might Have Heard You Say It,” Va. Medics into 51 st Conference I PEI’FJKCtnii’RG. Vn.- -The 51 sf.. Annual Meeting of ihe Old Do* : mtnior. Medical Society and the | ■•’O'h Annual Ses.'-ion of :he Worn r.’s / 'i :l:.n-y will be held at Vtr- j ”1 Celle* e> Wednesday •no '1 i ir ;r ■•• June IP and 20, : it was announced recently by of- j firiate of Mv organizations. Dr. Burk<- S.iphox. Chief of the. ; Division of General Surgery. How- , tod {ftjiver; tty School of Medicine, I Dr. t Y Williams. Head of the I o -rs in on iof psychiatry. Howard Vni.ari-- y School of Medicine and \ Dr J. B Johnson head of inter- : nai mrd id no .it. Howard t-niver- ! f J.v of Medicine will eive lhe maid iect.urcs at the scientific F.e ;.’r)n !•». Margaret Crowder, a jst icl icing physician of Pc ' • f ':.. wii) drlivei *i lecture vo Laboratory find hiss and fr lerpn 1.-it: ms. The group will I - welcomed by Dr. Robert P. • 'mb!. p t esj.i.-nf ni ihe host institution. A hiahuehl of t.ho -session wiil bo die president s adders.-, and the • '■ jnc;s ion which will be held c.i ’ >i« ifternnon of The final day. V n Woman's Auxiliary of which : M' \ W M. IToffler is president. I ■ill bold h: meeting concurrently "vith tv. medical society. A hich- j c Us program will be a , pan ! do -a;, ion entitled "Better i Human Relations in an Integrat ed ■ Pr Frtr.n M Colson, 1 pr-f.--.-r-,-, -'me-da of education, ! will be the moderator. Other pan- ; “South’s Finest Negro Hotel” ★ j “A GOOD PLACE TO ! EAT AND SLEEP” ir ALEXANDER HOTEL j Dial ED. 2-5141 'j 523 N. McDowell St. ; Charlotte, N. C. ] For a Limited Time , . , FREE ] ROLL OF FILM j (She* 127, (12(1, m 4 fiifi, Jin Only) —With Ever?— Photofimishinjor ORDER <offer good thru June 15) I Fhofofinisbing hv JACK RAP.BIT " The South's Lariest FILM DEVELOPING FAST SERVICE 5 Exposure Roll Sue 12 Cynosure Uni| 04e CAPITAL CAMERA SHOP T k *'■ n v p o *j A T r Tj 111 S* Wilmington 3t., Raleigh j J '! members will include Mrs. W. T. Carter of Petersburg, Mrs C.I F. Nelson of Lawrenceville, Dr. (I. H. Schuster of Petersburg and j the Reverend Wyatt, T. Walker i of Petersburg. A joint luncheon of the Medi cal Society and Woman’s Auxili- i ary honoring the 30th Anniver-, sary celebration of the Auxiliary ! will be held in Foster Hall follow- j j inn the panel discussion. Over 150 physicians and mem bers of the Auxiliary are expect- ; , ed to attend Hip session. Keep Pigs saining ir. the sum mer by keeping them cool. Now ihat school is out parents ehotilri add at leas; a pint of milk , 1 Tier child each day to their retru- ' lar milk supply Perfect °k\ | 'Juui^dLhxr Remington Rand 3% PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS LSL9, DOWH d A WEEK I FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Cal!,.. TE 4-3143 Thompson & Evans, Inc. 109 W MARTIN ST. GORDON’S I § 1 Ell 11 | w ****** * MBnwijßMit mm. warn * mimics »*r m«l im, tw#ot,«. i Dunbar, One Os Nation’s Largest Trade Schools, Graduates A Class i CHICAGO i'ANP) Dunbar Evening Vocational High School of Chicago held the first, grad tjation exercises for adult stu dents in the beautiful auditorium of its new eight million dollar plant here Wednesday evening. The school, said to be one of the two finest vocational high schools in the entire nation and which will occupy two blocks in the heart of the colored district when its surrounding park and athletic field are complete, has attracted a large following, par ticularly of newcomers to Chicago seeking to improve their skills. Miss Etta Moten, well-known radio artist and lecturer, deliver ed the commencement, address and admitted she was thrilled ov er the marvelous new structure, its fabulous equipment and most of all, she said, the wonderful spir it of the students who were seek ing to take advantage of the op portunities offered to learn new trades. Forty percent of those receiving certificates were already placed in jobs, she pointed out. j Cora E. Wiggins, who repre- , | sented the student body and who j spoke after the processianol and i I A total of 190 dairy herd* in j ; North Carolina are currently en- j j rolled in the Waigh-A-Dav-Month ! milk records program. 1 Vic Vet toys I VETERANS--If- YOUR 61 BENE- ' FIT CHECK IS LOST OR STOLEN. ! TELL. VA RIGHT AWAY j SO VA CAN ACT TO PEOTFCT YOU AND THE GOVERNMENT. j i >5, „ —ri j y ; S > ! Pm /nil information rontnrt ynar nrar-a< VKTKRANS ADMINISTRATION oflß-a the salute to trie colors staged by > the uniformed cadets of the day j school, pointed out that "we have! been upgraded in our jobs and! given an opportunity to tier,ter j serve through our stay at Dun-1- bar ” Hirtreor Clifford J. Camp bell said the new school was an evidence of Chicago’s in terest in (he ihrnng of new citizens who were pouring in io Chicago principally from (he south. He said that 1,00(1 new students had been ad ded to the enrollment in the "i Better Buys Better Terms ! On Better Jewelry ! j j I Si |i - I TODAY and FRIDAY IlfSSiSfiW ! *' CiStiL U, S ' * —' - * TOIS WORLD u&rmteomm - \ | wir—- | j ___ anijM so eigmf ! ! i c ‘ | —* — 1 — She t/o at- efeefrieof dea/er foebu I CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ,1 | THE CAROLINIAN day school for hoys and girls and the evening classes for grown-ups since they had moved into the n>’w building ibis past year, * y—lTl—T*w —> IMIM- ayiiyw iivm ~ I, -limna . -rffWlrtf '«"™»wrwi , | POSNEffi '-"ijr \ 3 '■***%&■ *M.u»-«rw« \ CULTURES * STRAIGHTENS V W ffilr ll9Bl R»yßobinson' INSIST ON POSNER 4 PROCESS V AT YOUR FAVORITE BARBER SHOP, drug scores end cosmetic The desire of people to learn was attested to, he i»aid. by the 3,100 adults who had paid a regis tration fee d! $7.00 since the | school was first instituted seven j .years ago. The new building will i enable instruction to be given to i thousands more, Mr. Campbell | declared. ! The evening school certificates | were awarded to those finishing | courses in automobile mechanics, | blueprint reading for the building i trades, cabinet making, bockkeep ' irtß, comp tome try, cosmetology, WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. TUNE N. * ' >7 dressmaking, welding, electronics millinery, merchandising, painting ! and decorating typing, office j practice and shorthand j Miss Moten toid the graduating! S class that the, greatest opportun - j | ity in American history for Me j gro advancement in employment, lis begging Negroes to take ad vantage of it. In order to do so ; COMMUNITY |i —G RILL— ICE CREAM—COLD DRINKS AND SANDWICHES 1604 Oakwood Ave, ■wMrnnMawwßCTMw WE ARE NOW j It 1 I il? 3% i § ° A YEAR T I The Hood System gl Industrial Bank fi‘ «* R. Rjldburv st. Raleigh ;?• Member MIC, ! | y m get . 4 wr A\' ! •■'■!// W?Hfs spo* s so w , . •* m * *«♦» loon in » b *9 *>»rry. Step it*! FIRST-CITIZENS BAN” AND TRUST COMPAf. / I ! I | «•««*» a Edward’s Shoe Stsrs 10 EAST MARTIN ST. The Family Shoe Store For 49 Years **T!* , e?» , g»jr.i>m?PJgJ?9aC« ; 36» SELL TL _ Ip /* Jp gfmmrnX'mt' imaw M 8 C s Carolinian Your own state newspaper, with news of your community while it is still news. Liberal Commiscian Fill out and mail the coupon below at once. jjnww «* mm» www mm mw> «*w* wvrwft »w» «• •**»«• r*"* •-.<*» ■■**»*«• A** j| • The CAROLINIAN ‘ 518 E. Martin St. • Raleigh, N. C. * t s Please send details of how 1 can cam money selling , The CAROLINIAN in my community. 1 think. I can sell 1 5 j ... copies weekly. I j ! NAME I | ADDRESS J i* * i I * CITY OR TOWN 1 f 6 Vtaa ecus* was- vmxa- ■»**» raun «aen» wmsst *umc< vrsk mov- -mm wr ->■*** ! she said Negroes must rates their ! sights in terms of -duration skills | and behaviour so the;, car. make j the most of their potentialities. 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