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WEEK ENDING SAT., AUGUST 10, 1957
THE INTETIIO?" of the new Mechanics & Farmers Bank reveals a portion of tin main floor and
mezzanine. The floor of public space is built of terrazzo with a pink Roman brick wall, lined with two
check desks. The five teller spaces across one side of the main floor have counters with colorful leather j
panels on the front, and formica tops to match the walnut paneled walls in the open office at the
end, The mezzanine, directly above the teller counters and overlooking the public space, has a front
rail of Blumcraft aluminum wiih obscure triass panels. District offices of the N. C. Mutual Life Insur
ance Company are also housed in the new structure.
Internationa! Atmosphere At ATl’s 54th Session
At HOC; jam Terms Right To Vote Basie To AH
DURHAM With gr-rtmps from j
President Eisenhower and high
Governmental persons, the 5Ph j
session of the Am; ■ -can Teachers •
Ar?ocis?tion odoiiir. m North t"ar~ 1
clin* CoMegelast wfvk. beard s j
reaffirmation of bartr huro.on
rights from on**' of the world's cut* '
standing citizens (jj\ r M( sr i ! o»
Fi-rink T\ o
Keynotincr the public
Stmd'iy, Dr, Orahriin sud
right to vote cfcnnc-t rrorsfiy -rd
must not evasively bo denied tin* ;
r-«*r the to .r*\ •; f -■ .
Jn Ida audience were Mayor
E J. Evans of Durham. .Suite
Superintendent of Public In
struction, Dr. Charles F. Crr
roll of Raleigh, and scores of
dignitaries from government,
industry, and education at alt
Delegates from 31 states were.’
expected to at*.-»nd the three-day
program that was scheduled Sun- ■
day through Tuosdav.
lit an intervievr before iv:
rpeech, Dr. Graham and, "The \
struggle of the Ncv-o io America i
ship end leadership is made vivid, i
by the fact that more- Negroes now j
attend colleges in the United :
States than in the rest of the ;
The UN diplomat spoke on “The
United Nations in the Atomic; 1
He praised the role «v man's ;
historic devi-T'iv',: nt <~f -on cvol- .
utienary consciousness of hrotbn- i
Progress for mankind in gener- i
al, has been slow, according to j
the measurements of history, he
However, he pointed out
that today's world powers
seem to face the altcrnatr. e
bciween survival w h the i -
nited Nations or e tin tion
through destructive uses of
new atomic weapons.
Teach; s ha’.' vesponsibi’dy
to inspire stud, at t.« tl crea- 1
lively and to d< vlop attitudes of
mutual respect and tolerance for ;
Charlotte Pastor ; ,i
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Dr. Givens !
REV. GIVENS IS SECRETARY
. CHARLOTTE -- Dr. H. W. Gi- j
vans of 401 Carmel St., pastor of j
the Biddlevillc Presbyterian Chur- j
ch, has been appointed Stated !
Clerk of trie Catawba Synod ot !
Prebyteriar Church, U ,s. A.
He succeeds Dr. L. 13. West. '
pastor of Brooklyn Presbyterian j
Church who served the office for j
The Catawba Synod is made up !
of 150 churches in North Carolina |
«md southern Virginia.
Dr. Eilwood Downing of Roan- ;
oke, Va. is the Moderator of the i
DR If, W. GIVENS . j
i cultural differences, the UN media- j
i for said
Hr urged support of th" United ;
: Nations .is the international for- i
| Dost' Wishes I
I For Continued Progress i
i * loi -he
MECHANICS & FARMERS
RALEIGH SAVINGS j
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
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Raleigh's Oldest Financial Institution
219 FAYETTEVILLE STREET j!
MECHANICS & FARMERS
Building Is Truly A Credit
To That Institution. We Are
Pleased To Join In This Salute i |
I DUNE’S ESSO SERVICE
502 S. BLOODWORTH ST. |
“Esso Products Lead The Way” !
lira to air differences and to hear j
discussions, to pave the way for
a just settlement of international j
Wise Beauty Tip: j
‘ Don’t Be A Luma’
NEW YORK Girls, take a
beauty rip from jazz master Duke
Ellington and avoid being a
Ellington, who refers to women
as “the chicks," Monday expand
ed on the adage thru beauty is
2 Young Women To Be Methodist j
Missionaries In Afrioian Cities
NEW YORK CITY (ANP ■ -
Miss June L. Preene of Spring
field. and Miss Rose C. Thomas,
!of Cincinnati, two Negro young
women from Ohio, are among the
35 young men and women who
will go overseas next Fail as spec
ial term missionaries of the Meth
odist Church. They will serve
three years each.
Miss Greene will go to the Bel
gian Congo for religious educa
tional work and Miss Thomas to
Angola, Africa for educational
In preparation for mission
ary service the group began
June 'f3 a six-week orientation
program at Scarvitt College for
Christian Workers, Nashville,
Tenn. The training, designed
to introduce the young persons
to the missionary vocation,
teaches the fundamentals of
Christian theology, and in
forms them about the parts
of the world to which they
After finishing training August,
i 3. the young missionaries will leave.
| for 14 countiries of Asia, Africa,
■ and North and South America,
j The group, who came from 19
1 state;:, will teach on all levels
Tom the kindergarten through
THE CAROL! NT AK
only skin deep.
‘ A girl with both inner and out
er beauty is a thing of utility,” El
lington declared in the new issue
of Look Magazine.
"But,” cautioned the Duke, "a
woman with only outer beauty Is
- -a lump.”
| college, do evangelistic work,
demonstrate modern farming
methods and do social work.
The 18 young women will serve
under the Woman’s Division of
Christian Service of the Methodist
Board of Missions and the 171
young men will serve under the
Board’s Division of World Mis
The use of insecticides is espe
cially important in controlling
boll weevils where replanting was
Efficiency is essential In the pro
duction cf broilers.
This years support rate for
wheat in North Carolina is $2.21
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\ • • • and Best Wishes To
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SECURITY NATIONAL BANK
“North Carolina's Largest National Bank' 1
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
I We Are Pleased To Have
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MECHANICS and FARMERS
I (Raleigh Branch)
We Join in This Salute To This
! Expanding Banking
I Goldsboro, N. C.
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BANK OF RALEIGH
Officers, Directors And Staff
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSOCIATION of Raleigh
132 S. Salisbury St