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dr jgncr Arte Beil is shown as <*he displayed (in* of her many original
dir 1 - and ha I creations :H Ihe Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's fashion
luncheon a I the Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington, on Tuesday. Miss
Fell »«; our ol several nationally famous models who thrilled an
eve* flon 1 Tovvd ol I.SftO at the three-hour show, one of the early high
i«ghts ot the ut\ 50'h anniversary boule. whieh concludes on Sun
day Some 3,000 -orors representing the organisation's 274 chapters
nrjf j;i attendance.
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NAACP FIGHTS ALABAMA INJUCTION
MONTGOMERY 1 ANP> The
NAACT last week asked a citeuit
court judge for a chance to "test
Ihe merits” of >< complain! ’which
Open To Negroes:
B> STAFF WRITER
Personal appearance ,-s important
when you have an interview wilh
your prospective employer You'll
feel owe at. home if you ate dress
ed neath for tin* occasion You'll
make a better first impression, too.
Ru* don (. overoress for the job you
Take 'with yon a filled-out em y 1
es the application blank. Your first
one could be misplaced You
might also take a letter of applica
tion to organized your selling talk
and from your sales kit any i.u-.-li
ncot examples of your work which
will «how what you have done.
When you enter the office, don't
emulate either a tornado or a In d 1
mouse. Don't slouch or d ; sU:rb
others bv entering 'w-my. You .v r
there for business You have some- .
thing to red —y massif a pioducf in j
which you believe, because you
have dune your best to prepare '
State your business to re;-, -dton- !
isf briettv -,rd to the pom. When
you are ushered into the office of i
the ini’, view, let him set the tone I
of the inlet view. Re alert and '
friendiy Re prepared for personal '
quesions. such as: "What:'? your fa- ;
ther’s occupsjpon?" o.> “Do you have :
to work?" T'ne interview r trying i
to get a better picture of you in :
Most speake"* ever- the best of i
them find that there is ahv-v; an i
initial nervousness when they ad
dress and audience. It is the same
By MRS H. M JOHNSON
By H M. JOHNSON
CLINTON -- Mrs. Charles F
Hill. Jr. has returned to her beuie
in Miami. Fla . after spending .om?
time in Clinton with her her hus
band's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Choi -
lie F, Hill Sr.
Mr. ,-jnd Mrs William M HtH and
family have moved into their new
home at 91! Bsi Vn Si
Mrs Reva M. Williams is back in
the city aft"-- spending the sum
mer with her husband in Miasm.
Mr arri Mr?. Arnett Bow den and
Mrs. Thelma B. Edmi.ston and dau
ghter. Evelyn of Philadelphia are
visiting in Clinton.
Rev. and Mrs. •! A Moore left
last, week to sp- nr! some time to De
troit. Mich , with their daughtei
and her family.
The Western Missionary Baptist
Union met last Saturday and Sun
day with the Cedar Creek Bapt'st
Church, August 30-31 in Clinton
Officers. Chairman. Rev. A. T. Met
rift, vice chairman. Rev I.in/.y
i God'-.’in, Secretary. Mr. Thor. Boy
| kin. treasurer. Mr. Dennis Tsiforri
j and auditor. Mr Frank Royal.
McClease Ad! ns. son of Mj and
Mrs Eugene Adkins of "Dev me St
was given a birthday party }»*»
Sunday by his parent? Present m
help him celebrate the- occasion
were —Dwight Sampson, Sandra
Fairc-olth, Merlyn Sampson. Peter
Fairclotti La Vanne Jones. Mars*
• let Blackman. Pamela Berry. Catb
! ynne Blackman. Kaj Shipp. Bilim
I Blackman, Ronnie Hill Reginald
i Swift son Yvette Peterson, Nookie
I Swinson Wm. Underwood. Pro*
j cilia Roys!. Charles Summon. Jr,
i Shano Ezzeil. Mavis Hayes, Deme
trius Cousin. Terry Mcßae. Patri
i eia Moore. Jerome Sampson Loui;
j Boykin. Cynthia Perry, Evelyn
j Moore. Connie Arm Banks. Larry
: McCollum Debi.'i Banks. Janice
i Holmes, L.vndia Williams. Lam
! Mathir and Patricia Be a men
Mr and Mis John D. Summer -
| ville. Mr. and Mrs Coley Ncwt-n-k
I and Mr- and Mrs Joseph flail
| sppn* the week end at Atlantic
Mrs Addle M fohnson and
! daughter ha’’“ returned home after
j ."pending a week viisting in V T
and N Y Gwendolyn Johnson
spent the tiifmtper v» jtii her sunt.
Doris Monk, to Newark, N J,
By MSB MARION W BOTH
BV MRS. MARION iv BOYD
CONCORD The Community
Council for Social and Eronotmr.
Progress m Cabarrus County -"ill
hold ns next regular meeting on
Thursday. September !Hh at son
pin in th«e Recreation Room a* Lo
gan Ho.ries There are two very
import,wit Hems of business to be
Plans for putting on ■» floive:
show and a "hobby ibow will be
discussed The mam purpose of
these s’ »j will be to give pro -
sons an opportunity to increase
ttietir inrotnes The cooperation of
all persons who are interested will
he sought. Another purpose is to se
.-ure funds so carry on some of the.
pro.ier.st the Council is sponsoring
The Committee on Better Wage;
and Jot Opportunities will have
charge, of the details. Mrs. C M
Means is chairman of that com
mittee Her co-workers are Mrs
Carrie Allen. Mrs. Susie Gill. Mr
James fi Weaks, and Rev H. H
The second item will ire ptans
for the Annual Fund Drive for the
Community Nursery which opened
foi the third him on Wednesday,
i has prohibited the -irgaruzj'mn from
operating in the state since 1935,
NAACP A tty Fred Gray made 7
I specific requests at a hearing be.
with an inter* iew You will fee! i
more a< quam’ed arid a! home after '
a feu- minuter. But dont let this l
give y< a lead you into relaxing !
courtesy A word ■-f caution in 1
smoke Don't '-moke, unless you ;
are invaeri.. And don't v.h.'l- the ■
or in'».rviervri time by straying
from ill; subject
Here rue two suggestions
!. Ca.t attention to any es \mu
‘Bar The Unqualified From
Colleges,’ Gov. Hodges Says
CHARLESTON, S C • (ANPi
- Gnv. Luther H. Hodges of North
Carolina urged last week that only
"quailCi -a" students he admitted to
colleges and that the institutions be :
held responsible to see that “only
qualified students arc admitted.”
The governor was adressing
the opening session of a 16-
state ■ onlerncet of the Snu
thern Regional Education board.
The board administers the
'■compact" between states which
provides that students from one
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GSenwsed Village —111 W. Morgan St. Northside Shopping Cooler—Gameron Village
- ("ip Judge Walter K Jonas Hr ask
i pd -i rirflp for hearing on a miition
|tn dixmtss the temporaly imunc-
I lion, and requested that NAACP al
i tor; if, vs he H,-at ri on the. issue of *
special quaiifit-ations he ma.v bate !
! 2 Ask about traimng courses of- j
; rird b.) the company.
if von are not, hired on the first j
try, don't be discouraged. Try to i
lea vr *hv door open for further !
: yonsidr, afion later. Then follow up !
| by interview, phone cal! or Jotter. |
But don't depend on one cartridge 1
I in your job-hunting gun. Investi
, cate several jobs.
state may attend a specialised
school in another state to re
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- permanent injunetion which has
I been pending since the temporary
j restrainer was first put into ef
HAS NO STANDING
reive Histrui (ion in a course,
not oflered in his home state
The plan, as originally set up
was operated for ih* benefit of Ne
gro students solely, undei the then
popular designation of "out-of
state training." in its original form
a state underwrote the expibsrr: for
the training of a Negro student in
at> out-of - the state institution
where the home state had provid
ed no facilities for Negror- The
plan now embraces while student-
Hodg”-s, is charman of the SRE
Breed gilt? a* nnl J, ;... iha ri 22a
pounds and eight months of age.
The celt on fiber is a single ceil.
Abundant feed supplies ate ex
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Your success is mcaimrrd b
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224 E. MARTIN ST
Ativ. Gen. Ertmon L. Rinehart.
who nppoHi'd the Mid the
NAACT request was '‘entirely
premature" and (hat tedmlc-H
iv the NAACP has no standing
l« the court. He based thh
claim on the fact iti.it the V ;•
ruling a ronlempt of court cita
tion aganst the NAAt !* had not
offfeittlly rearheil Judge Juiw
Csray admitted the ‘ tochnnlitv'
but said it would be a “waste of
time so delay on such s frivolous
The contempt order wa? j.? ucd
by Jones after he had granted tb e
tempera, injunction against Jh»
NAACP two years ago At that
lime Judge Jones fined the prra
raiion SIOO,OOO so. refusing to p-(>
| While Mountain
Ice Cream Freezers
Lines - Hooks -
Cookers and Parts
130 E. Martin St.
Dial TEmpte 2-7121
dues its membership lists and other
record* The state contended that as
long as the contempt deers?-*, r.-*-
msmed in offer! the NAACP cmiM
take no further action m
qqurt Jnnch is takmg the )at"-t
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