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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, December 14, 1957, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGE TWO H >T()RS S CONTEST HhFNTINUKI) FROM PAGE l) ■» once and rally to the support Ipeir pastors by sending in the [ j DIXIE Supply Company Building Materials Fanit & Glass 'OO-306 E. Barnes St. Phone 5132 WILSON, N. C. - ■ WE REPAIR Automobiles Radios Also TV’s & Home Radios OSXIE RADIO SERVICE 215 S. Goldsboro St, Phone: 2314 WILSON, N. C. HILL... Hj,Ll KENTUCKY B JH3i STRAIGHT S p*Sl h Ffi I STRAIGHT T, *2 45 ! 5 3 85 S mm PINT | l#4/5 QT 8 tK£ MTmuir' HILL & HILL COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY, j DISTRIBUTED BY- NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP. We Are Now In Our New Location 1100 S. Saunders St. Just South Os Rhamkette Rd. . . . W e are still offering the best prices you ever saw on Home Appliances. ELECTRIC DRYER (used only ? months) Regular Price new $279.95 $9995 Other small appliances now going at DEALER’S COST including vacuum cleaners, toasters electric skillets, mixers, perculators, pressure cook ers. RECORD PLAYERS $19 95 "*1 —— i-iraminMian wi—ll in in > 11, ,■ übiiliiiu PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OPEN MON. and FRI. ’TIL 9 P.M, STEPHENS APPLIANCE COMPANY, INC. Raleigh - Burlington - Sile*i City ballot coupon on page 1, Remem ber the contest is not won until the last man has crossed the tape line. A Christmas present of SIOO will be awarded to the minister who has accumulated the largest num ber of votes when the contest clos es on Decemlier 21. The winning minister will be de termined by a simple point pro cess through the use of a coupon. This coupon is found in The CAROLINIAN on the front page each week and has a value of 10 points. Gel to work now. Get ail the coupons you can for your pastor, Mail or bring them to The CARO LINIAN so that they will reaach us no Inter than Tuesday of each i week. This is necessary so that vou will know how your pastor rates in the standing as there will be a posting in The CAROLINIAN each week beginning with next week’s issue until the end of the contest period. You may send your coupon or j coupons separately or with a friend i or a number of people may submit } their coupofis in one envelope. Be sure to include the name of the city and state on the contest coupon before you send it in to the Ministers Contest Editor. If there is no CAROLINIAN a gent near you, contact our office stating that you wish to be an a gent. We will supply you with ne-- essary information and forward Portable Electric MIXER The ideal gift for her Only $995 Hi-Fi Automatic RECORD PLAYERS From $5995 "WW—■ WMM'NWIMWIIIIIWWW in hi Universal DEEP FAT FRYER REGULAR $19,95 Now only $095 “21” All Channel TV I Only $14995 papers as ordered. Do this NOW so that you will have an ample sup ply of CAROLINIANS iu your city or town. Second Period Listings Rev. J. W. Jones, Fayetteville Street Baptist Church, Raleigh, 2,80t>; Rev. Howard Cunning ham, . First Congregational Christian Church, . Raleigh, 1,390; Rev. E. L, Brodle, Mitch ell Chape! Baptist Church, Louisburg, 6.50; Rev. F. D. Fuller, Rct- Ids Chape! Church, Guilford, 190; Rev. R. L. Shirley. Davie Street Pres byterian Church, Raleigh, 140; Rev. J. E, McGrter, First Bap tist Churcl*. Warrenton, 140 Rev, T. B. Hoyle. Church of Christ, Elisabeth City, 90; Rev. Eugene Black, Raleigh Cross Roads ME Church, Goldsboro, 70; Rev. E. H. Griffin, St. John Church, Corapeake, 70; Rev- L. S. Penn, St. Paul AMR Church. Raleigh, 60; and Rev. P. H. Johnson, Martin Street Baptist Church, Raleigh. AO. N. C. COLLEGE (CONTINUED FROM PACK 1) member colleges. The eight eligible* not given equal membership status at this time include some of the oldest and best known Institutions. The post ponement of their enrollment in the SACSS at this time was un derstood to be prompted by the association’s plan for progressive or gradual integration of all quali fied Negro colleges and the action j does not reflect on their academic j and other ratings. Each of the eight, incidentally. Is fully accred ited by the agency already. Those admitted during last week’s sessions of the two or ganisations here were: Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Talladega College, Dillard Uni versity, Florida A. and M. Uni versity, Voorhees Junior Col lege, Daniel Payne Junior Col- j j lege. Bennett College, Fisk Un iversity, Knoxville College, ! Virginia State College, Haiup- j ton Institute, Tuskegee Insti tute, Clark University, Touga- j 100 College, Southern Univer sity, North Carolina College, and Albany (Ga.) State Col lege. The eight rated eligible for near- . future membership are; St, Paul's j College, Barber-Scotia College, j Virginia Union University, Ken- ; tueky State College, Houston-Til- j lotson College, Stillman Institute, Texas Southern University, and Xavier University. Another report current during the gathering of educators here i was that two or three colleges are about to be given coveted mem bership in the United Negro Col- ; lege Fund, which gives substantial : financial assistance to its (present- j 31 member-colleges for operating and other expenses. Colleges executives have been pressing for some time for improv ed standards and requirements for accreditation of Negro institutions, -nd especially for equal, rather than affiliated, membership. Rec ognition of the persistent urgings , of these college heads was given j In several addresses heard during the sessions. Formal announcement of tne relaxation of membership bar riers was given the colored in stitutions’ representatives here ai a session of the group by the SACKS'* executive sci etary. Dr. Donald Agnc-.v. and an as i sociatc Friday morning. At that J | time he identified the IS »«’- j I copied for immediate member j ship and the eight scheduled for membership later. No decision has yet been made lon - giving similiar membership | equality to the Negro secondary schools, accredited also by (he j ’ACSS but relocated to member- ; | ship in the affiliated ACSS. FREE DEPUTY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) j I white waitress, who reported re -1 reiving anonymous t -It phone call' Aom a man seeking ‘date* ’with I her. . ; Attorneys Samuel S. Mitchell of Raleigh an<l Bomalu* O. Murphy of Elizabeth City as sisted District Solieitor Hubert E. Mays of Nashville as pri vate prosecutors. Cross was the torier son of Jw.v W. Rodgers, prominent fiatonw! loader and building contractor j here, and was believed by many j to have been the victm of niisLik- I en identity since he was report- ! edly enroute to see * schoolmate • at the time he was slain, ACCUSED KILLER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Utley, who took the stand brief- 1 ly, stated that he did not kick j Clay. He said that others were : holding the dead man. He did nd- 1 mlt, however, hitting Clay after the old man “started to hit me."j bonus' money (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) uary 2, 19511. The month Is composed of five weeks and members of church- j cs which are not now taking part are urged to contact their ministers so that their churches ; may try for awards in the Bon- t us Money program. RULES GOVERNING partici- j "alien are listed on the front page I of each edition. The awards to churches are as | follows: S3O, first. $25, second; sls, j third: and $lO, fourth place, Each week carries a date In the Bonus Money period. Pur chases eligible for awards must come from the store during the week the advertisement an- ! nears. AM CAROLINIAN AD I VERTIKFRS in Paleiyh and Wake County are listed on the front paee of each edition. Instead of giving money bonuses j to individual families ns wss prnc- i lived in earlier months, awards will j be made directly to a person or | committee appointed bv the par- ! ‘'(Hunting churches in Raleigh and j Wake County whose purchase shus i warrant these award? Church members in the Raleigh I and Writ* County area arc ur/yd to turn in purchase slips or rc i- | to a ere-imittee or inriivi.br i in i - I church. The slips could be turned in every Sunday morning. BISHOPS BOARD (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) The bishops will review the work of the church and hear the reports of the genera! officers. Quite a few of the general boards will also be in attendance. The Minister's and Layman's Association will also meet. Bishop Herbert Bell Shaw, Wilmington, N. (’.. is the chair man of the Board of Bishops, but will relinquish (he chair to Bishop Stephen Gill Spotts wood, Washington, D. C. Bis hop Shaw will preach the op ening sermon. Bishop W. J. Walls is the secretary of the Board. The Minister's and Layman’s as sociation is headed by Dr. E, Frank lyn Jackson. Washington, D. C„ and Dr. J. H. McMurray, Birmingham, Ala., is the executive secretary. As final plans were being made for the Board of Bishops meeting, word reached Fayetteville, N. C. and Key West. Fla. from New' York Sunday that Mrs. B, C. Robeson, wife of Dr. B. C. Robeson, pastor Mother's Zion Church, who form erly pastured Evans Metropolitan A. M. E. Zion Church, here, died in New York City Saturday night. The funeral is scheduled to be held at Mother’s Zion Church. 136th Street. New Y’ork City, Thursday night. The couple is well known In church circles. He map- an en viable record while in N. .0 taking much interest in all the phases of community life. 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