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“In The Shadow”
Am; _ The thii« for you to
do is «ct B*n»+ble «nd itop ni«ic-
ing> “goo-ffoo eyee” ** hlw-
111' •chool to teAch, n®t to try
there i* but on«
do ,study *nd try
thm t»*cher »nd
r%ht thln^ to Ihre?
to learn under
you will *ert
SEEK TO EQUALIZE SALARIES
OF NEGRO AND WHITE SCHOOL
BLA — My cougin is
the north *nd ha« been up there
ti) t^t »1I the young^ g!rt» to faJl for 11 ypar» and I wonder why have a tendenry to keep her
for him. Undfr 'th? cireum»tance the dotan’t cometmck ‘
Amg: — Your ,enasln la dofngr
well for herself In the north and
sh«.feelB thwt she would be mak- I
.n L-TEACHERS IN KENTUCKY
«wJe tdnce *he went north _
iKfttistville — A casn(p«iffn to dentrial tff the equal j>rotectk>n
Ytou will find our SERVICE complete to th* smallest
detail. Our years of experience enable us to anticipate
ypur n«?d apd therefore serve you better.
"thoughtful Attentimi To Even The Smallest Detair
AHEY’S FUNERAL HOME
401 Pine Street
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home to mturnin^. She 1, quit* ha|>py equalise the salariea of Ne*ro the law* ^aranteed by the four-
and doesn’t intend to make and white teacher* in the public teenth amendment to the G n-
a chance. schools hen was launched this sUtution the United 6^tes.”
p. ♦#?!> 'week when Mi«i Valla Dudley She asks the bowd o abolish the
. * ^ ' Abbingfton, a teaehcr kt the Ja«k'present diBcriminrtory talary
Sfoinar to see th» other grirl? Dc^ ^ ^he
e ove me er. ® ® ed the local board «f educaition salaries of Negro and white
loves me but I don’t know wliat
to inereaae her salary- fm*n teachers
Winter is just around the corner.
: ■ No better time to fill your coal bins than
now with clean quality coal.
Prepare for cold weather in
time of warm weather.
McGHEE COAL GO.
■; Perfect Stoker Coal Phone J-1941
m every category.
|1,4«0 to $l,ieo ^lalaiy pa d|
Ans: — Yea he tells you he t^ white teachers doing sitnilar
love you and then sroes to see M. wicrk in city’s Junior hugh
E. and telb her that he love* schools.
her. As I see tho situation he I The petition was filed with the
doesn’t love either one of you board by Prentiec Thomas, who
young Jaddea but is havtn^ one i* repreeeniinf the JBational A«-
“heck of a time” playing up to sociatdon for the Advancement
the tWo of you. Get you another ct C?o1ored People, which is handl
fctlow and doirt let him feel so **>*■ the cas4 with Thurgood Mar-
important a>^d necessary to your shall, as Special Counsel, Miss
life. He won’t ever mean any- AWWngton, in her petition is aiet College, one
thinig more to y®u than thait
does a^ thig time.
Farm Boys Offered
club boy in each'county.
Six scholarsKips to N. C. State 4-H Club seleGtqd as the best
four -^ear scho* in the State for 1940 will re-
he ling not only for herself but alsac; larship and the others one-year ,
,on -behalf >f all the Negro teach scholarships, are offered to 4-H ‘ .
jers and iprinciipals in the public Club boys of North Carolina, L. P^ovements. ^ *
'schools cf //juisville R. Harrill, State 4-H Club lead- “^ub members who feel that
The petition shows that she has er, announces. The closing date their recoms
been a teacher in the Jackson for entries in the contests consideration m
Junnor high school f«r the past which carry the scholarship S‘vflle^?cen^ or
te years that she received the awards is December 1. county farm or home agent or
xe„ years, tnax gne reoeivea me , .... assistant agent, immediately,’
the State leader declared. All
Michigan State Normal College ,r rpcords must be in the State
cash to be
the award of
e„ years, u.«u - V'”.:’ gcholarshio assistant agent.
Bachelor of Scaence degree from- , , ® scnoiarsnip,
valued at $320^ is awarded to
•n I'ooa ^-.,1 .+ the club boy selected as the out- recoms m^t
m 1928, did graduate wcrk at member in the 4-H Club office by Dec. 1.
the University of Mitogan and gt^te. The winner will be de- — ;
jCoIumibia University m New York termined on the basis of: (1) * •
and received a certificate of member’s project rec- Not every expectation comes
Pulblic Health from pelmar In- ords; (2) participation in club true but we continue to have
stitute in New York City in 19S4. and community, activities; (3) our hopes. i * u j
Aocordiing to the facrte set flcrth leadership; (4) club member's Head work ^ ® ~
in the petition, the local board of story of his 4-H experiences; (5) than hand work; that s why we
education, which is vested with club member's high school rec--have so little Of it.
the power t(* determine salaries a® shown by his principal s ■
of all the teachers in local pirfilic repo^t.
schools, has get up a schedule The one-year scholarships are
which calls for payment of salar- the outstanding project
ies to Ne«i;a teahers and orinci- work in the following fields:
pals that are fifteen pe^ cent ‘=o«on. horticulture, to-
Wwer than' those paid to white bacco, and dairying.
teachers and prineit>a'ls of similar , ^ °
j - • ^ ships, Harrill says. a handsome
experience and aoang the same ^lub banner will be
wort, solely the basis color. ^^e best 4-H Club in
Thffl discriminatory treatment ^ach county. Also, a free schol-
of Negr^ teachers, Miss Ajibdng- arship to the State 4-H .Shoi
ton declares, violates ‘the ©on* Ck)U!^ tal^h4^;kt
rtituticjn and laws of the Oom- Colleg^’ iwxF suMmaP^yiTPt^ be^
trronfw^lth jf Kentucky and is a awarded to the outstanding
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insurance, when every insurable member of the family can be protected with
one policy? ONE PREBOUM TO PAY—EVERY INSURABLE MEMBER OF
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Man cannot successfully meet the issues of life without money—neither
can widows and orphans. Buying life insurance is not only a duty, but a privi-
l«g« and an opportunity. See one of our representatives today. His knowledge
and experience ^ill prove of great value in selecting a policy best suited to
your tndiwdaal needs.
NORTH CAfiOLINA MUTUAL
Perry opeited Ja^an to foreign
Nevertheless, there has been a
lull in^the Far East, following
the a^j^uncement of the Rome-
BerlipiTolsyo axis and the sud
den of the United
States, telliM .its nationals to
get out ofe
anese have iS^inS.Ibut' Iri our
opinion, they are ready to wait
while before moving too
swiftly. They, want to see what
h#ippens in the Mediterranean
and in Europe.
Ignoranee is not. an a4MC -to
anything—not eveo relifioak-
• • • ’•*,
No organization can be
stroni^ than the hazins i<
First Draft Quota
^tate Selective Service offi
cials now believe that volun
teers seeking to join the army
imay furnish the 513 mea for
the first draft call.
December 13 is the deadline.
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