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THE KENNEDY* DINNER GUESTS OF THE SPAULDINGS ~
IV. J. Kennedy, Jr., retiring president of North Carolina Mutual and
Mrs. Kennedy were dinner guests of the A. T. Spauldings in Durham
recently. Others present were Mrs. Annie M. Lennon, niece of Dr. A.
M. Moore, second president of the company; The Reverend Miles
Mark Fisher, pastor of White Rock Baptist Church, and Mrs. Fisher.
Each of the persons present has played an important role in influenc
ing life of NSM’s newly-elected president.
Gutiman Killed In Street
Battle; 2 Oops Wounded
Plagued Day And
Night with Bladder
Unwise mating or drinking may 0
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tations—making you /ce! restless, tense* 1
and uncomfortable* And if restless nights, i
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bladder irritations. 2~A Past poin-reliev
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wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the
kidneys, tr-nd'ng to increase the output of
tin 15 miiefi of kidney tubes. So, get the
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for over 60 years. New, economy
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Asthma Formula Prescribed
Most By Doctors —Available
Now Without Prescription
'Stop* Attack* in Minutes... Relief Lasts for Hour*!
pev York, 91. Y. (Special)—The asthma ]
'Hrmuia prescribed more than any
Uher by doctors for their private !
indents is now available to asthma j
mlTorers without prescription. j
Medical tests pr< »ed th.sformula |
.tops asthma attacks in minutes and
lives hours of freedom from recur
rence of painful asthma spasms.
This formula is so effective that It
is the physicians' leading asthma
prescription—so safe that now it can
be coid without prescription —in j
Nay tablets called Primatsn*®. j
Science Shrinks Piles
New Way Without Surgery
Stops Itch—Relieves Pain
TSrw York. V. Y. (Special) —•
For the first time science has
found a new healing substance
V'th the astonishing ability to
fin-ink hemorrhoids, stop itch
ing. and relieve pain without
In one hemorrhoid case after
a nother,“very striking improve
ment” was reported and veri
fied by doctors’ observations.
Pain was relieved promptly.
And, while gently relieving
pain, actual reduction or re
traction (shrinking) took place.
And most amazing of all
this improvement was main
tained in cases where doctors’
observations were continued
over a period of many months!
In fact, results were so thor
ough that sufferers were able
to make such /astonishing state
ments as “PilesTiave ceased to be
Watch The Progress of the Construction
OF A |
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Uppenr :
-1305 S. East St.
B V ——
JOHN W. WINTERS
Complete Drafting of Flans—Supervision of Construction
ASSISTANCE IN FINANCING
For Homes That Are Diiierent Let Mb Build For You '
YE 3-5251 1303 E, HARGETT
Other Hornes V.'.der Construction
Mr, and Airs I’mvell Peebles GO6 Latta St.
:'irs. ill- viia Williams 105 Star St.
Mr. and Me,. Alfred Watson 704 E. Lenoir St.
Mr. and Airs. Aulice Evans ... 1109 E. Martin St.
tOU SALE 1311 s. East Street
Other Completed Homes
Mr. and Mrs. Wiilie Graves Garner N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. I’erry Crutchfield 623 Quarry Street
Mr. ami Mrs. Sherman Williams ...... 1302 S. Bioodworth St,
Mr. and Mrs. John Earnest Jones ...... 903 Bragg St
Mrs. Mary Jones ....2212 Bedford Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. John B Blount 70S Tower St
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones 301 Smithfieid St
Mr. and Mrs. James Green. Jr. f;A Hill St
Mr. anti Mrs. Ihomas Montague 1300 £. Edenton st
Mr. and Mrs. Winsttr Jones 917 S. State St
Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Herndon 1316 S Blood worth St
Mrs Lara Thomas ~1320 S Bloodworth St
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mini* 315 E. Hoke St
Mr. and Mrs. "anl Vandergriff .1106 S Coleman St.
Mr. and Mrs. H K. Brown 833 S. State St
V Mr. and Mrs. John C. Washington 705 E. Edenton St.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clemons 1412 fc. Lane Street
Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaSislcr 1620 Battery Drive
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( DANVILLE, Va. (ANP) A
i gunman who tried to shoot it out
with police when they tried to
question him last Tuesday died in
the streets from the bullets of one
cops he wounded.
Clifton Bernell Terry, 26, was
j identified as the dead man. One of
I the policemen was reported in se
| rious condition with a .38 calibre
i slug near his right lung. Tire other
officer wounded in the shoulder,
fired the two shots which killed
Officials said ballistics tests
would be run with the Negro’s gun
to determine whether he was the
same man -who shot another police
man in a similar scrape last April.
The seriously wounded man is
Capt. Norman H. Hosell who re
i cently chalked up 24 years on the
I poke force.
IPrimatene opens bronchial tubes,
loosens mucous congestion, relieves
taut nervous tension. All this with
! out taking painful injections.
I The score tis—Prima tens combines
, 8 medicines (in full prescription
strength) found most effective in
combination for asthma distress,
Each performs a special purpose.
So look forward to sleep at night
and freedom from asthma spasm*
, .get Primaiene, at any drugstore.
I' Oply 98#~ffioney-baek-Kuar*nt9*.
4? Whitebait Phftt-mw*’ OowpaAP
a problem!” And among these
sufferers were a very wide va
riety of hemorrhoid conditions. |
some of 10 to 20 years’standing.
All this, without the use of
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin
gents of any kind. The secret is
a new healing substance (Bio-
Dyne*)—the discovery of a \
world-famous research institu
tion. Already, Bio-Dyne is in
wide use for healing injured
tissue on all parts of the body.
This new healing substance f
is offered in suppository or oint- i
merit form called Preparation I
H* Ask for individually sealed
convenient Preparation H sup
positories or Preparation H
ointment with special appli
cator. Preparation H is sold at
all drug counters. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
•Rpr. IT. 9. Put. Off,
SALISBURY—The National Tea
cher Examination will be held on
Saturday, February 7, at 8:30 a. m.
Livingstone College, Salisbury.
Registration officially closes on
January Pth, but application and
fees wil be accepted until Janu
ary 23 upon payment of a late fee.
College seniors preparing to
teach, and teachers applying for
positions in school systems which
encourage or require applicants to
submit their score on the National
, Teacher Examination arc encaur-
I aged to take this test,
i To secure application and bulle
, tin of information relative to fee-,
i I areas covered in test, reports of
. scores and sample test questions,
• contact Mis* Blanch" Jordan, Di
rector, Guidance and Personae!,
Livingstone College, Salisbury.
A Tree To
PETERSBURG One of 256
trees planted in a major land con
servation program at the Thor Re
search Center for Better Farm Liv
ing near Marengo, 111., has been
dedicated to Dr. Robert P. Daniel,
president of Virginia State College.
William G. Stratton, governor of
Illinois, spaded ground for plant
ing the first tree, during ceremon
ies ir:. which trees were dedicated
jto Stratton. President Dwight D.
i Eisenhower. Secretary of Agricul
ture Ezra Taft Benson, and govern
ors and U. S. senators of all stoles.
Trees also arc' being dedicated
to other leading figures who have
made outstanding contributions to
I American agricultural progress, it
was announced by Neil C. Hurley,
Jr., who founded the nationally
known non-profit Thor research
farm two years ago.
‘‘Because the Thor research
farm is devoted to the further
ance of American agriculture
In its study of w ays the farmer
can Improve his methods, his
facilities, and his huid 4 we felt
it only proper that persons who
have contributed to the growth
of agriculture should be recog
nized by the Center,” Hurley
sab! in making the dedications,
i “One way is to dedicate these
j newly-planted trees and to com
j memorate the dedication with a
i plaque in front of each tree, till
ing future generations of the part
played by the honored individu
Planting of the 236 trees is the
closing phase of a conservation de
velopment program which resulted
in earlier construction of an 8.2
acre artificial lake at the research
farm. Lake construction, to provide
a reservoir for fire-protection, ir
iga.tion, and livestock purposes,
even for drinking water if necess
ary, hoped determine the- best, pro
cedures for farmers requiring simi
lar water conservation.
The trees provide soil-conserving
landscaping for areas surrounding
the huge artificial body of water.
During the month of December
< licenses were granted by the State
I Board of Public Welfare to eleven
! organizations to conduct fund-rais
i ing campaigns through public soii
! citations for the support of their
I lirugraras, it was announced by Dr
| Ellen Winston, commissioner.
Ten >t the licenses were granted
j to organizations which have hfdri
j licenses for previous solicitation
| periods. These organizations are.
: American Bible Society; American
I Cancer Society: American Friends
I Service Committee; American Lcp
| rosy Missions; Children's Asthma
| Research Institute and Hospital;
! Disabled American Veterans. De
partment of North Carolina; Modi
cal Foundation of North Caroline;
National Kidney Disease Founda
tion (formerly National Nephrosis
Foundation): Near East Founda
tion: and Southern Humanities
One of the organizations. 1 Starr
I Commonwealth for Boys, was li
i censed for the first time to solicit
| in North Carolina,
i The amount which the eleven or
j ganizattons will seek from th*
! public in North Carolina during
j the year will be in excess of $526.-
At St. Aug.
An exhibition of Graphic Arts on
display in the Cheshire Lounge at
St. Augustine's College began Sat
urday morning, January 10 and
continues through January 18.
This exhibit is being circulated
by the College Art Service of
Washington, D. C.
James V. Herring Professor of [
Art has announced that some of !
! the exhibits are: New Orleans'
Street, Dawn of Life, The Mother, i
Yc Shall Inherit the F.arth. and j
Priva'e Papers. The public is in-
VALEDICTORIANS AND RESOLUTIONS The above three
valedictorians In this year’s freshmen class make some scholarly re
solutions to include celebration for the New Year. Left to rig lit—Miss
Rose Stoner, Spencer; William Belle, Concord; Dorothy Aldrich,
; Wealthy Medic Leaves $500,000 j
| Estate To V/hite Friend In Pa.
I TlTWOnf-p.-’- : ‘ -
: I . I j., V .A— u*ni -• t \ .
j wealthy Negro physician who died
here Dec. HI Jeff hi.-: estate, esti
mated at $509,000 to a white friend,
according to hi* will which was
probated in the Register of Wills
H- was Dr. Janus E. Brown, who ,
was the first Negro physician to ,
specialize in urology in the Pitts- j
burgh area, left his estate to John i
W. Conlon of 500 Mt. Royal Blvd., j
Details of Cite will wore not im- ]
mediately learned and litte is I
known about the friendship that
existed between the two men. j
, However. Cordon. 60, said he had ,
j known Dr Brown since IS 14.
I First Negro
Police Capt. \
Dies In 111.
‘ CHICAGO i A NP) A 'heart j
: attack, felled this city's first Ne- j
■tro police captain last Thursday. \
Hr- was John Scott, a 78-year-oid j
retired officer who headed the old
Stanton Ave. station
JOINED FORCE IN 1607
A native of Waco, Texas, Scott j
. was appointed to the force April |
| 19, 1907 In 1919 he made sergeant:
1 lieutenant in 1927 and captain in
A member of St Anselm's Ro
] man Catholic Church. Capt. Scott
I was active in Catholic circles. He I
was also » member of the St. Jude
j Police League*.
He is survived by his widow,
j Lctitia: two brothers, Robert and
Oscar Scott of Waco, a sister, Mrs.
Emma Began of Palestine. Texas,
and a number of nieces and nep
WASHINGTON. D C L. D. -
! Milton, Atlanta businessman, and j
: Dr. F. D, Punderburg, Montieello I
l physician, were among the six !
Georgians appointed by the Com- I
mission on Civil Rights to its j
Georgia Advisory Committee last I
The appointments were an-j
1 nounced by Commission Chairman j
John A. Hannah, president of j
Michigan Slate Uniwsity. A seven- j
Ih member will be named later, he j
Mr. Milton is president of
the Citizens Trust Company of
Atlanta, co-owner of the Yates
and Milton chain of drug
stores, treasurer of Southeast
ern Fidelity Fire Insurance
Company, and a director of the j
Afro - American Insurance j
< ompany, Jacksonville. Forida.
Mr. Mfltonis also a director of
the Southern Regional Council,
and chairman of the board of
trustees of Howard University. At
the organizational meeting of the
committee he was elected temper- j
Dr. Funderburg is engaged in !
•he genera! nraetice of medicine in i
'’ontirello. He is a member of the j
Georgia Council on Human Rela- |
Other members of the Georgia i
Commit toe are Sylvan McNamara !
I of the St. John the Baptist Roman I
j Gntholi - Church. Savannah; Mrs. j
j U. B. Trimble Atlanta, wife of the
j retired dean of Emory University |
j School of Theology, and Howard I
l See, Atlanta retired vice president j
j of Arm co Drainage and Metal Pro- j
I ducts Co i
He said tiie friendship started i
when as a taxi driver in 1914, he j
look an injured person to Dr. 1
k'own. And he admitted: “It was
'cause he was the only doctor
• bo was available at that time in i
Nevertheless, Conlon, who
j now builds steel plants and is
pr .-nmably already well off,
‘•aid he took more patients to
Dr. Brown’s ofiiee, and that he
and She medio enjoyed many
enjoyable hoars together at
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The Bargain Event Cf The Yearl
BEGINS THURSDAY 9 A. M.
Merchandise From Ail Over The Store-Priced Ridiculously Low!
Bring The Family And Join The Fun-Shop Friday 9 Till 9
I Look What You Can S*ili Buy for Less Thau \ Yickelß
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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1959
At St Paul AME Churcht
Board Os Christian Education
Plans Its Fourth Anniversary
BY MRS LILLIE M. HODGE
All young people, adults and
youth workers ore urged to begin
plans to attend the fourth anniver
sary of Religious Emphasis Week,
sponsored by the Board of Chris
tian Education of Saint Paul A M.-
E. Church, January 18 through
Sunday, January 25.
On Sunday. January 18 the Rev.
Charles A. Jones, dean of Kittrell
College, will be the speaker at i ],
11:90 a. m. worship service.
At 7:00 p, m„ the Rev. Isaac
8. Motha will be the speaker.
Subject: “Africa, The Land of
Decision,” afterwhich questions
and answers will follow.
Tuesday night January 20 is in
tra-church service night, present
ing the choirs of the Congregation -
al, and First Baptist Churches.
On Thursday night, January 22,
tha Rev. J. A. Hunter, pastor of
the Lincolnville Circuit, and his
congregation will hive charge.
Tills will be prayer and praise .ser
vice, sponsored by the Stewards
Friday, January 23, is fellowship
and awards night. This service is
sponsored by the Sunday School,
On January 25 at the Sunday
morning worship service, Dr
Sherman L. Greene, Jr., sec re
tary of the General Board of
Education ami Dirertor of the
division of Educational Institu
tions of the A.AI.E. Church,
will he the speaker.
At 7:00 p. m. Saint Augustine's
College choir will hr- presented in
concert under the direction of Mr.
J. C. Moore and Mr Thomas Thor
j uoniou’e home ant! trsv.-Hnjf
I thronghoal Pennsylvania and
I neighboring states,
j “I hater! to see him go," said
| Cordon. “I lost a wonderful friend.'’ i
When Dr. Brown was mine.
Cordon was hurriedly summoned
to the hospital. He received Hv ;
cail at 10:15 p. m. and dot. to the !
hospital at 10:18, but his friend
was already dead.
A sister of Dr. Brown, also j
wealthy, died and left everything ;
, nc-ly, organist, ,
You cannot afford to miss these
sessions, so come and spend a week
of rededication to Christian prin
ciples with the Board of Christian
Education of Saint Paul AM E.
Church, corner of Harrington and
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i Miss Anna M. Cooke is the di«
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