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I in ^ul! flnr tJitftha J«p»nei« Empirei, w*§^ In k^t low.
I Japano^ navKl tanker Tsurmi. conformity with Navy tMidttion. 6. Ke«p anlmaU £fe* frtm
A ipokeiman of th« U. — P»rwit«i. both intarnal and ex*
Saa Pc'dro, Calif. — Twelve s. Navy explained thii courtesy EngKeh larmtr, are beiivj rg- tarnal. Feeding paraiitei ii al-
United States warshipt yeiter- shown the Japanese tanker by ed to irather acorns, horse ch«»t- Wyi too eapeniiv#. , r;
d«y fiew the Riainir Sun flag of participating in celebrating the n«rts, »nd beeehnuU to eke o«t| . TLr.i,. •
T««— .* .u- i.u_ t «# . - . . _ . , , __jl ' Ma«e an eneri: to secure a
causes for the low per
centage of calf crops a.m con*
tagious abortion, and lack of at*
tention at breeding and calving
North Carolina College Homecoming Wts Colorful Event
Japan at tha after mast. Also anniversary of the founding of tne feedstuff of farm animals and_, . j . ^
Johnson C. Smith University
A. and T. College
SATURDAY. Nov.' 23* 1940
rican Legion Memorial
Kick-Off 8 p. nu Adm, $1.00
REMAINING HOME SCHEDULE
Nov. 28th Livingston College
(Turkey Day Classic)
I needed impotia.
Ten Points Given
8, Conserve the manure. Since
the maintenance of soil fertility
is a mu^h greater problem than
can be satisfactorily met by the
use of commercial fertilizers,
L. I. Cas^ Extension animal the proper conservation of ma-
husbandman of N. 0. State Col- is an important consider-
lege, says there are 10 funda- ation.
mental points in beef cattle
production. He lists them as
1. Beef cattle cannot be pro
duced economically without
utilizing pastures to the maxi
2. Afake use of the less sale
able roughage as much as pos
sible, especially with the breed
ing herd during winter months.
3. Use a purebred bull, prefer
ably a proven sire. Not only
should the bull be a good indi
vidual, but he should be of good
4. Provide a balanced ration,
inpluding proteins, necessary
minerals and vitamins.
5. Do not construct or main
tain costly quarters for beef
Qattle. Overhead costs must be
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9.‘Have pigs to foBow fatten
ing cattle. One pig to two or
three steers will
add profit to
Homecoming for the Eagles was the most colorful in its history,
Ai_i nrne wna/1 "Mina HnmA^nmSnap*’ hv Daiiii Ain
To r*mov« grass stain* from flanneUi,
try • mlxtar* of equal p»rt« of elycerina
and esc whit«. Let the ii^izture remain
on the itain for two hotira or more,'thtD
waah garment in usual manner.
Miss Alice Oakley, ienior and Pledgee to
Kappa Alpha Sorority, was crowned "Bliss Homecoming” by Dean Alphonsa Elder. She was attended by Misses Emes^e
Page Freshman; Odessa Strong, Sophomore; Doris Freeman, Junior; and Lerline Mitchell, Senior. Miss Oakley wor« 9,
outfit arid-maroon accessories.. A large number of Alumni took paH in the gay festivities »f the Homecoming.
HAIR CUTS 25c
500 East Second Street
Robert Reeder,, Prop.
Jacob’s Radio Service
Honest Wjork - Heasonable Prices
No Charge For Inspection
408 E. First Street Telephone 8482
New Major Party
Rochester, N. Y.—r-Roger W.
either to a coaliation govern
ment or to some third party.
"It is up to you to see that
it is a conservative third party
and not some Socialist or Com
The economist offered a four-
Highways Are Most
ing adequate highways for modj
ern motor vehicles has rrault
in the creation of large staffs of
experts, administrative officials
and workmen. In many states
bighway work is the largest
Whether the increased pro-
GLASSES FITTED! • ’
Dr. Aubrey. L. Palmer
(Opposite Public Library) 317-A N. Tryon St.
We maintain a completely equipped office for the
exclusive convenience of the Colored People.
REMEMBER GOOD FOOD 18 GOOD HEALTH
530 E. FIRST STREET CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Phone J -4021 McMannen St.
901 S. Mint St. Phone 3-2336
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Babson, business analyst and point program as a guide to the
Prohibition Party Presidential Nation. It included stricter law Auction of automobiles has been'
nommee, predicted last week, enforcement, reorganization of „ ^Ila,lXluer*ain » JDHHiyj
the birth of a successful new the public school system, char- f^Pf^^ble for the remarkable ^ .
political party "within four to acter tests for candidates for development of hiifhwayBi or CilTdllfttCO WCQU’BSOflJ
eight years." 'public office and “getting back vice versa, may be the sul^eet ^
“The time is coming," Mr. to the fundamentals of Ameri- of discussion but no one can WitllOUt UeremOny^
Babson declared at a campaignjjan government.” dispute the fact that highway!
rally, “when the voters will casC" ^Closing a 30-State, 10,000-mile construction and maintenance' TOMnnv Mnv 14 TKo
aside both major parties and go tour in behalf of his candidacy, is now the most expensive ac-4 , « ^ Au LT i 1
“jirJrT .rL ;primrLS“5ira
one e f y® ™ ' According to figures compil- urday, was cremated yesterdaj
t il \ ed by the U. a Bureau of the at Golders Green mortuary ix
Adolf Hitler will not be remem- „ ' , ^
bered as a conqueror but as one Census, the proportion of State North( London. There waa no
i who forced reorganisation of .employes engaged in highway \
construction and maintenance
«lottespIn in e»ch flnf«r wnll* ^
w*t U is ewi^r ta pflt thtm on when they
have jjried if «thia
the industrial system.
Be as anxious to help others
as you are to accept favors.
• • • \ .
Death takes no holidays—
watch your driving at all times.
varied from twenty - four per f'
cent in the West to more than'
forty per cent in the South, and |
averages about 6ne-third in all
Assumption by State govern
ments of the task of construct*
C. W. HOBBS
501 E. FIRST ST.
We Casht' Food Stamps
MONEY TO LOAN
On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Tjrpe
Writers, Shot Ottns, Musical In*
struments, anything of value.
121 EAST TRADE STREET
‘‘Charlotte’s Oldest and Largesf
CAROLINA TIME!^ THEATRE
The Lincoln Grill
^‘Near Litnoolo Theatre"
(OPEN DAY AND NIGHT)
Chop - Suey 25c
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MON. >TUES. - NOV. 18 -19,
GOES TO TOWN”
YOU’LL BUST YOUR SIDES
A - LAFFING!
High Grade Sample
O.K. SHOE STORE
423 E, TRADE ST, :
OPP, X W. C,
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fiREVAIO) ST. BARBER SHOP
Slower Baths,,. 15c
231 South l^vard 6t d^lbtt^^N. CL,'
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241 East Trade St. Qharlotte, N. C.
DIXIE HOME STORES
SUPER - MARKETS
Wheye better merchandise is soldT for less
900 East Trade St. 500 N. Tryon St.
C. P. COVINGTON GROCERY
520 lg. Mint St. Ph(Mie9244
By ABffBB GORDON
Although window screen wire
mesh is seldom painted, when
decoration is desirable a very tt)1n
costing composed of 2 parti vel-
ume) soft paste white lead aoct 3
parts of an equal mixture of hoiled|
Unseed oil, spar varnish and turpan-
tine—either used white or tinted as
desired with paste eolors-ln-oU—
will provide the most variable, dur
Brush and cross bruA the paint
on evenly from both sides of the
screen, after which tap the frame
lightly to clear the wire of excess
paint which otherwise migbl; rtnudo
to clog the pores.
When the mesh Is sufHclenflr dry
for handling, paint the frame with
7ure white lead and oil acoordlng
io the standard practice for ex^rior
9-—Can shlDgle overwalliag be
tpplied tq brick as well as wood
A.’^For resty&i; plus added In
sulation or whm brick w«lls are
causing trouble due to leaksM and
moisture absorption, overwall vllin-
gles are the economical solution.
First fasten vertical siding strips
to the window frames and waUl with
nails—specially fashioned for.7^e
purpose-driven into the msrtar
lines between the bricks.
To these verticals, attach horizon
tal strips as a shingle nailing. bMe.
The latter should be installed witti
a center-to-center spacing equal to
the proposed exposure surface Qf the
Overwalling on all types of wood
siding ii comparative^ simple, as
the shingles may be applied dir^ct^,
at to new sheathing. Here bineHag
paper is required. Installed aa ilDu
common practice on new
Durable certified red oedar Sin
gles—single or double coursed-^tfe
highly recommended to produi!* oew
•trie ^Unes for moderaWaf old