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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1941
•STORY OF CHRISTMAS" PLANNED On Sunday, TXw«mbt*> IS, ai S;3O pm., in University
Chiit-rh, th* Shaw University Women's Choir will present “The story of Christina#, 5 a cantata for
Christmas Tide, an eiphany for four part chorus with soli for lyric soprano, dramatic soprano, nier.r*
soprano. Featured for the singing roles are Iris Hairston of Walnut Cove. ftfarvtsltn# Gill of Lonlsbmr*,
and Lenora Slade of Williamston. The Cantata is by H. Alexander Matthews. Pan! Crump of Terser
City. New Terser i« director of ibe Women's Choir, assisted hy Harry GU-Smyth* who <« th* organist
and also head of the Music Department. The public is invited.
Salisbury Site Chosen:
Funeral Directors Stage Luncheon
Meet Here; Plan 1958 State Confab
The Board of Directors of the ,
funeral. Directors and Morticians
of North Carolina Inc., met in a 1
luncheon meeting, at the Blood-wor
th Street YMCA. Wednesday,
where they discussed plans for the
1958 State Meeting which will he
held in Salisbury.
The meeting war presided over
by L, B Haizhp, High Point. Chair
map. According to reliable infer
NC Had Trouble Launching j
Compulsory Liability Law
North Carolina has a much more i
diff’cult iob than did New York j
putoory Automobile Liability in.
when it launched its own "Com*
eurance Law” earlier this year, ac
cording to figure* available
'Which I* still another reason !
why *vc need the cooperation of j
public-spirited organizations to !
get our law off to a smooth start,”
declared Motor Vehicle Commis
sioner Edward Scheldt, who is the
official ''saddened.'' with what many
tulieve to be one of the ton chest
Job* In automobile history
Scheldt hastened to add that
the. words "compulsory insur
ance" appears ip neither the
North Carolina nor the New
York lew Doth allow motor
i*u to give proof of finanrja)
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nation obtained from the meeting |
the 1958 session, will have many
added features, designed to im
prove and enhance the service of- j
sered by N. C. undertakers.
Others present were: R M. Phil- j
lips. Pres.. Greenville N C„ L. B. j
Hai.dip. Chairman of Board, High
Point, Mrs. L H, McLaurin, Rec. j
Sec y, ReidsvvilJe, P, J. Brown, !
Greensboro, W D Dafford, Dunn, i
responsibility In some other
manner such as the posting
of ¥11,090 In cash or a $15,090
And operators of large fleets
come under another law, "But to
almost all of us the new law j
means compulsory insurance and j
there A no need to further compli ■ j
cate tne issue with discussions of ;
the few exception*,” he said
"In other words, ninety-nine per j
cent of us who drive family cars. j
or who use automobiles and trucks j
in our business, must have a lia- \
bility policy before we can buy j
our tags. There is no other practi- !
cal way out. of it; and neither the
Governor, nor the Department nor ;
the highway patrol can make on j
exception in any case.”
G. B„ Lane. Kinston, E E Smith,
Greensboro. W. T. Horton. San-
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Frozen semen is now available
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The American family now pays
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THE C APOL FNT AN
' Calanthes Hold Mid-Winter
! Meet; Mrs. B. Powell Hostess
! GENERAL COURT of CALANTHE
j The Couri. of Calanthe, District
! No. 1, hold its mid-winter meeting
on Sunday, Nov 2.3. nt the home
of Deputy Sister Beulah Powell.
Sister Louise Cheatham of Blight
Jewel Court, No, 440, Raleigh, war
Plans were made for artivt
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Among the Courts represent
ed at the meeting were repre j
sentatives from Louishurg, Car j
thage, Clayton, t'uquay Spr
ings. ami Raleigh.
Following the business meeting,
delegates proceeded to the home
of Mrs. Powell and were served a
pre-Thanksgiving dinner amid
beautiful decom; ; en'
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