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28 th Conclave Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Held In New York
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RALEIGH. N. C. — Over 300
white Extension Agents in at
tendance of thiiir annual con
ference held last week at North
Citrolina State College, this city,
fava J. W. Mitchell, District
Agent for Negro men extensitn
agenta for North Carolina, witli
headquarters at A and T Coll-
eg:e, ft Rignificant recoijnition.
. The theme of the conferance
was “A Campaign For Balanced
Prcsperity in the South, IMO-
50.” In this effort there are, as
set forth by the leadera of the
movement, ten methods for
achieving the objective "Balanc
ed Pf'csperity.” The organiza
tion committee for “Balanc.ed
Prosparity in the South, 1940-
60” set forth ten roads to what
the governors, public agencies
and cooperating citizens of the
South are seeking. They are;
1 Balance crops with live
stock, consistent with sound land
2 Balanced money crops with
(inclading forestry) with food,
feed, And fertility crops.
S Balanced production pro-
greaa with marketing and trans-
po^:^tion ojiiwrtunities, without
4 Balanced farm with factor-
5 Land, water, and miweral
reaources with population needa.
6. Balance work with thrift
and local investment.
7 Owner prosperity with
worker prosperitp. i
8 Incfeasing income, with in
creasing home ownership.
9 Balanced wealth with
beauty and culture.
10 Economic Gains with gaina
in moral values and human wel-
Among the four significant
advantages the committee is
striving for is:
“Hie plan reaches down o
Iittl0_ towns, little comniunities,
- little incn and women who^ao
often feel that government
knows and cares ^little about
lAein. Jt ia our feeling (1) that
no man enough for governinent
10 tax is too little for govern
ment to, encourage and 2 that
f only by honoring and tncourag-
ing improved methods not only
by eftlea, town, counti^, etc.,
but^ by individual farmers, farm
women, industrial workers, etc.,
can the. South achieve the Balan
ced Prosperity, 1940^50 f r
which we; strive.”
In presenting the fundamental
objectives of the campaign to
tiie conference) Dr. Clarenae
Poe, Editor, Progressive Parrt-
mr, and diairman of' the com
mittee “pV)r Balanced, Prosper-
it)r h the South,;^ 1940-50," dor-
li^ the discussion of same, with
the Nefro Extension Workers
of North Carolina ' being out-
atandingly represented by Dia
trIet 'AKent, John 'W. Mitchell,
Dr. Poe striking called upon. Mr.
Mitchell to register his opinion
•bout th« above program and
objective of th* campiign' for
• baboced profl»«rUy, in th#
Soath. •» I
In giving liii opinion on what
tli« Negro's attitude had been in
ih* put when called upon to
m««t cmergenciea, Mr. Mitchell
iMcraatin^y and effectively gave
iM€t nlative to the dependid>ility
—*ad-'confaribytioas the Megro
tlM Wori^'e war, •• well
'■'iff Wimililfttli foBctioning in
fUrlhMf (h* AAA. H«
U.Iity in ©"opeiatiiig for the
desired results for the cam
paign, if h« is given an ‘oppt»r-
tunfity to participate fully in
the program objectives. He
exhibited the fact that Negro
Extension woflters and the Ne
gro farmer »nd farm iB®rker>
the back bone of southern agri
culture appreciated the real ad
vantages the South offers. At
the conclusion of his speech,
Mr. Mitchell was given a pro
longed applause. '** ^
Amor.g the prominent speak
ers during the week were; Df.
Louis Bean, Economics Advisor,
A^A., Wa-^hington, D. C.; J. B.
Hutson, Asst Admii)istrat«>r,
AAA, Washington; Dr. C. W.
Wa!!burton, Director of Extens
ion Work, U. S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, Dr,
Frank P. Graham, President f
th« Consolidated University,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Among the colored extension
workers attending the confer-
cn^e were; Mrs. Dazelle Lowe,
District Home Agent, A & T
College, Greensboro, N. C.; R.
E. Jones,. 4-H Club Specialist^
A & T College, Gr,een®boro; T.
A. Hamme, Cflunty Aljent for
Durham C unty; W. B. Harri
son, Chathom County, E. M.
Cr«cket, Wake County. ‘ ,
NORTH OA.ROLINA )
DURHAM COUNTY )
HAVING QUAiLIFIlp as the
administrator of tlie estate of
Martha Hedgepeth late of Dur
ham County, North Carolina,
this is to notify all person* hav
ing claims against the catate of
the deceased to present them to
the undopsigned at 2208 Fayette
ville Street ©n or before t h *
thirteenth day "Of January 1941
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All ersone
indebted to aaid estate will
please made immediate psjmjent.
■naa 3rd d»jr of Jan. 1989.
:^C. 0. PBAESON, A*t'y,
Jan. 13—:20—27 Feb. 8-10-17
IN MEMC«Y‘ OF
\yho departed this life one year
‘We know we have* not lost him
for that could never be,
He is cn a journey wkere
Christ guards him conatantly.
So keep him Jesus, in thy lov
ing care, untit we meet on
that heavenly shore.
Then O Savior, let us have him,
to 1 ve him as we did before."
THE DUREN FAMILY
Signs Final Decree In
IVId. Salary Case
BALTIMORE, Md. — The
-hool b«ard of Anne Arunde
C unty, Md. was “perpteually
enjoined and restrained” from
discriminating in the payment
of salaries to Negro and white
teachers in a fin»* order and de
gree signed here Thursday, Jan.
n, by United States District
Judge Calvin W. Chesnyt.
This action, on the pait of
Judge Chestnut fol'.owing his 'e-
cision, han«ted down Nov. 22nd,
1U39. upholding the contention
i>f Walter Mills, a Camp Parole
Md. school principal that ^
county had no right to pay him
a lower i^alary than that paid if
n white principal doing the
^ame work* also makes it manda
tory that the school board equ
alize the salaries of white and
Negro teachers beginning Sept.
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HAVING QUALIFIED as the
administratrix of the estate of
Will waiter Wood late of Dur
ham County, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of
the deceased to present thsm to
the undersigned at iil9 High
Street, East Durham on or be
fore the thirteenth day of Jan.
1941 or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate
will pease make immedlste pay
This 3rd day of Jan. 1940,
ESTHER EAITMON WOOD
Jaii, 18-20-27 Feb. 4r—10—IT.
Delegates to the twenty eigh
th awBual Conclave of ' t h e
Omega Pal Phi Fraternity, a*
they posed in front of the Inter
national House of Columbia
Unlyersity^fduring their threa
day New York City,
last Decejniber. More ttian SOO
delegates represfntinK thirty-
elgW states and seventy-six
chapters ,were In attendance.
Attorney Richard E. Carey,
former assistant District Attor
ney of New York City, is shown
pinning a delegates badge on
Mayor P. H. LaGuardla, of
New York City, making him a
delegate at large following his
address of welcome to the
Greek letter men. Grafid Baai-
leus Albert W. ^nt, of New
Orleans, La., *nd Vic# Grand
Basileus, Mielin T. CHbba, of
New Y6*flE, look on Af^reving'
ly. ' */ ’ ■ ^
The first annual National
Achievement Award of the
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was
presented to Dean William H.
Hastie', former Judge of the Dis
trict Court of the United States
r'cr the Virgin Islands, by Al
bert W. Dent, Grand Basileus,
as Major Campbell C. Johnson,
Washington, D. C.; director of
the Achievement project, looks
on. The -award was presented to
Dean Hastie at a phblic session
held at the International Bouse
of Columbia University, for out
standing achievement in t h e
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