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?§ING SAT., AUGUST 10, 1957
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3 3 lid SBS Skirts & Bulky Sweaters to Match
iorgeous Collection of Suits . , .
FEEDS with MINK COLLARS
utth shop Around Th* Comer" Wilmington Street at, Hargett
BRASS—Here are three of the
ALA. GA„ VA. GET ATA TOP
lop officers of the American.
Teachers Association for 1958,
Left to right: Or. Charles W.
On-, president-elect, dean of the ;
division of instruction at Ala*
baina, A&M College, Normal}
Osborn Payne, regional vice
president, Richmond, Va,; and
Lucius Racote, vice-president
elect, Dublin, Ga.
The investment in all price sup
port programs on 1953 crops a
mounted "to about 7.3 billion dol
lars as of May 31, 1957.
12” Oscillating Fans
17.50 Now 13,50
10” Oscillating Fans
11.50 Now 8.50
6 Plain Fans
5.85 Now 4.75
Ice Cream Freezers
130 E. Martin St.
Dial TE 2-7121
LACE and CHIFFON
AM For the Back4o-School
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Eastern Carolina \
Police Clu b Meets
BA J. B. HARKEN
GOLDSBORO Officers and
members of the Negro Police
Club of Eastern North Carolina
met here Sunday in a brief busi
ness session to take stock of the
results of the recent sth annual
convention. N. C. Negro Law En
forcement Officers Assn., which
was held here July 10-llih.
After going over the records of
the various departments and ap
praising the public relations value
of the convention, it was conclu
ded that the event was a success.
(The Eastern Police Club was
host to the convention.'.
At least 18 wives of officers
were present during the recent
State convention and joined with
the women of the east in forming
a State Auxiliary to the North
Carolina Negro Law Enforcement
Officers Association with Mrs. Vi
vian Tillman of Rocky Mount as
president. (East Carolina women
had previously formed a regional
unit. Mrs. Albertine Hickman.
Greensboro, is vice president and
[ Mi'S. Theresa .HoweLL, OoJdsbo.o,
Bright, High Point, secretary. t
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CAROLINA'S CREATE ST
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11 Fabulous Savings!
I All Remaining Summer
Goods at GIVE-AWAY
' PRICES! Bargains
| Galore in new fall
| ij Merchandise spec-
II ially priced for
j j this sale only!
Shop all depk
The Eastern Carolina Negro
Police Club will hold its next
meeting September 32 In Wa
shington, N. €., home of the
president Uarson McLeod.
Other club officers are Eli
sha White, vice president, Kin
ston: Douglas Parker, finan
cial secretary, Wilson; Jacob
Musgrave, treasurer, Golds
boro; Paul S. Nobles, secre
tary, Kinston; and Amoziah
Howell, business manager,
Goldsboro. Howell was retir
ing president of the NCNL
EOA. He was succeeded by C.
W. Hickman, Greensboro.
Other club members present
Sunday for the past. Convention
wrap-up session included. Officers
Rudolph Best, Lee (Hank) Will
iams . Wilson; Ceasar Corbitt,
Greenville. Herbert Tillman Wil
liam Chase, Rocky Mount, and Ha
rold Cogdeli, Kinston.
Officers of Eastern Carolina Bo
lice Auxiliary are; Mrs. Theresa
Howell, president, Goldsboro; Mrs.
Mable Parks, vice president, Wil
son; Mrs. Vivian Tillnacn, seerc- J
tary, Rocky Mount; Mrs. Opheiia ;
t Best, treasurer, Wilson.
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I * Car Coats * Raincoats
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J POPLIN CAR COATS Reg. to 10.95
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| RAINCOATS, matching hat Reg, 12.95
I Tapestry Tweeds. Bto 14 $4/00
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