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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 07, 1965, Page 3-A, Image 3

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TEACHING PROGRAM PAR TICIPANTS A T 8.-C.C.—To gain experience, teaching In Southern Colleget and Uni*er titles it tha purpose of tho five Instructor! who ara now teach ing at Bethurae-Cookman Col lage during tha Summar set tlon. Thete teachert are part of thlt program tpontored by the Various college! and universl ♦let they attend. The five S. T. P. Teachert are thown with Or. Joseph H. Taylor, Dean of Holiday Inn Maids Strike, Join Freedom Union McCOMB, MISSISSIPPI- Striking maids at a Holiday Inn located here have joined the Mississippi Freedom Labor Union (MFLU) and have begun pisketing the motel. The MFLU, headquartered in the Delta and composed large ly of farm laborers, pioneered in the strike of nearly 1,000 farm workers in large plant ations in Mississippi. The motel employees are re questing a $1.25 hourly wage. They now receive 39c an hour. Pickets last week were sur rounded by city and county policemen placed there by the PHONE 682-9295 BHD ill r\ and Bwew(||PfeiJ»n» Cleaner* k CASH & CARRY OFFICES Coner Roxboro and Holloway Street Quick Ai A Wink—Roxboro Rd. at Avondale Dr. ||| Drive-In, Cor.-Broad and Englewood Arc. \last N few days! SALE ENDS SATURDAY -WOMEN'S SHOES s6 -'8 /-MEN'S SHOES sB-14 Children's Shoes $4 Ton name 1t... Durham has it within a block of your car! Roicoe Qnffin 114 W. MAIN STREET Inttruction at 8.-C.C. Th a y ara, left to right: Pater O.Con nell, a graduate of Yale Unl vertlty, pretently working on hit Ph.D. at Yak Unlvenlty. He It now teaching Englith in tha Summer Skills Program; Otto Van Ot, a graduate of the Unlvenlty of Amtterdam, woHcinp on hit Ph.D. at Yale and a native of Netherlands He it teaching American Civili zation and German in tha Summer school tetsion; Sutan Oakman, a graduate of Gou County District Attorney Joe Piggott "to protect the Holi day Inn." "They will continue to strike despite threats of arrest," MFLU representative Miss Os sie Lee Barr said. The strike began July 23 when nine maids walked off their jobs McComb Policeman Eddie Smith escorted some strikers through the picket line on July 30. Hie strikers plan to appeal to the Mississippi AFL CIO for aid. | In Selma, Alabama more • than 50 white and Negro em- I ployers at a Coca-Cola bottling cher College, hat earned her M.A. Degree from Wealeyan University; Dr. Joteph H. Tay lor, Dean of Instruction; Caro lyn Fowler, received her B.A. and M.A. Degree from the Uni vertity of California, She teachet Spanith In the Sum mer session program; and Ro bert Purser, who spent two yeart in Peru with the Poaca Corpt (not thown). He It a graduate ttudent In Art at tha Unlvenlty of Washington. plant will vote August 18 on whethera union will represent the plants workers W. Fuller, a union leader, said the work ers would ask the company for $1.25 an hour and a 40 hour work week. Presently company employees are paid $32 a week and -work 50 hours. "I just don't see how a man with children can survive on a take home pay of Fuller said. The Selma to Montgomery march and civil rights activi ty here caused interest in unions, an organizer for the Re tail, Wholesale and Depart ment Store Workers union said. | Your Heart Association Says | Here's one "triple play" no Little Leaguer wants: strep throat • • • which can lead to rheumatic fever . . . which can damage hearts. Prompt treat ment by your doctor can wipe out strep infection and guard your child's heart. (— V CARNATION COOKING HINTS I HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR AND HER STAFF I SCOTT V. Whisk into the kitchen! Give guests or (family a new taste treat. Serve Coffee Marshmallow Refriger ator Dessert. Its light-asa-cloud texture com?s from Carnation Evaporated Milk, the milk that whips to three times its original volume. New improved "Vel vetized" Carnation makes sauces smoother, meat mix tures juicier, casseroles creamier. Try it soon f- for all your cooking needs. COFFEE MARSHMALLOW REFRIGERATOR DESSERT (Makes 8 servings) 2 tablespoons instant coffee 2 /i «"P (small can) undiluted 1 cup hot wafer CARNATION EVAPORATED MllK 3 cups miniature marshmallows 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon vanilla 16 ladyfingers '/j cup chopped walnuts Sliced bananas, if desired* Dissolve coffee in hot water in saucepan. Add marshmallows. Cook over low heat, stirring until marshmallows are melted. Chill until thickened (about 30 minutes). Add vanilla and wal nuts. Chill Carnation in refrigerator tray until soft ice crystals form around edges of tray (10-15 minutes). Whip until stiff (about 1 minute). Add lemon juice and whip very stiff ( 1 min ute longer). Fold whipped Carnation into coffee mixture. Sep arate ladyfingers and use half of them to line the bottom of a 10 x 6 x 2-inch (IV4 quart) baking dish. Cover with half the coffee mixture. Repeat layers. Chill until firm (2 hours). Cut in squares and serve immediately. •Arrange a layer of sliced bananas over the second layer of ladyfingers and garnish top with banana«Uces. C.MW2A Printed in U.S.A. (85) Durham Personal Happenings EBENEZER FLORAL CLUB MEETS IN CHURCH ASSEMBLY ROOM The Floral Club of Ebenezer Baptist Church met at the Church in the Assembly room with Mrs. Golar Carter and daughter serving as hostesses, Sunday. August 1, at 4 p.m. The Devotions were led by Little Misses Beverly Vickie, Barbee. and Jean Lattimore. Mrs Addie Barbee, the presi dent, presided, and Mrs. Evelyn Malone acted as secretary, due to the absence of Mrs. Helen Jones. Those present were: Mes dames Dicie Morgan. Georgia Fellers, Mattie Brown, Mattie Holloway. Alice Davis, Ethel McNeil. Maud Thorpe. Delia Hubbard. Martha Stanley, Helen Lash. Effie Chavis, Ila Mae Evans, Ronnie Primus, and Miss Nezzie Carter. A lovely repast of home baked cake and ice cream was served by Miss Carter and the visiting Misses Beverly Bar bee. Vickie Barbee. and Jean Lattimore. Mrs. Effie Chavis 'Mil serve as hostess for the next monthly i meeting, the first Sunday in September JOINS HUSBAND IN OHIO Mrs. Constance Jewel Bradley Mason, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bradley of 1214 Kent Street, joined her hus band if. Cleveland, Ohio, July 6. They are expected back in Durham in September. RETURNS HOME Mrs. Olie Moore has returned home in Camden, New Jersey, after spending two weeks with sisters and brothers, Mrs. D. W. Humphrey, Bunnie Harris of Infinity Road and Mrs. Ethel H. La'-vson, 4313 Ward Road all of Durham and Judge Harris of Chapel Hill. Mrs. Moore also visited numerous relatives and friends during her short stay. LYON PARK ROSE GARDEN CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. ESSIE AMEY Mrs. Essie Amey was hostess to the Lyon Park Rose Garden Club Monday, June 28th, at the home of Miss Mable Freeland, 612 Price Avenue. Mrs. Helen McClain opened the meeting. The club song was sung by the group, after which Mrs. McClain read the "Flow er Growers" 23rd Psalm writ ten by Mary Dickerson Bing ham. Mrs. McClain presided over the business session. Reports from various committees were received. Mrs. Amey, chairman of the Programme Committee, gave a lovely demonstration on making gladiola corsages. Plans were discussed for the annual picnic. After the business session, Mrs. Amey, assisted by Miss Freeland, served a delicious menu of brabecued chicken, 1 peas and carrots, mashed pota- I toes, congealed fruit salad, hot I rolls, iced tea, and ice cream , sandwiches, to the following members, Mesdames Elizabeth Bullock. Mary Hardy, Helen Mc- Clain. Ruth Mears, Fannie ! Tapp, Bessie Thompson, Willie ' G. Sneed, and Miss Alene Me bane. Mrs. McClain closed the meeting and Mrs. Thompson thanked the hostess for a love ly evening. EMMANUEL TO OBSERVE MEN'S DAY SUNDAY Men's Day will be observed ' at Emmanuel AME Church, 710 ; Kent Street, Sunday, August 8. ! Speaker for the 11:00 A.M. serv ice will be Dr. Melvin Chester Swann. Minister of St. Joseph's A. M. E. Church. His subject will be "A Challenging Post i script." Refreshments will be served at 1:30 P.M. and a Fellowship Service will be held at 3:00 P.M. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the Male Chonus of the church with Mrs. M. L. Stephens as organist. Rev. L. G. Horton is the pastor and Le j roy Miller is Chairman of the program. Ruth Johnson To Write Social Notes for Times \ Mist Ruth Johnson, 2817 Beech wood Avenue, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, has recently been employed as associate so ciety editor of the Carolina Times. Miss Johnson will be available by telephone, 489- 4597, or at her residence, be fore noon each Tuesday, for persons desiring to insert social items in the Carolina Times. She is a rising senior at Merrick-Moore High School where she has been a member of the school newspaper staff, the Merrick-Moore Jet. HONOR STEVENSON WASHINGTON A 5-cent stamp honoring the late Adlai E. Stevenson will be issued Oct. 23, coincident with the na tion".vide observance of the 20th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. The first day issue will take place at Bloomington, 111., Stevenson's family home and place of burial. HAVE THE FINEST IN USED CARS. COME IN TODAY AND MAKE DODGE SELECTION BOYS 56 Dodfe 53 Plymouth 57 Plymouth 2 Door Hardtop 2 Door 4 Door $215 $195 $165 56 Plymouth 59 Plymouth 55 Chevrolet 4 Door 2 Door Station Wagon. $245 1 $295 $195 56 Oldsmobile (2) 55 Olds. 55 Buick 4 Door 4 Door 2 Door $195 | $295 $345 58 Ford 55 Rambler 57 Studebaker 4 Door 4 Door Station Wagon $245 $195 $295 56 Studebaker 59 Plymouth 60 Corvair 4 Door 4 Door 4 Door $445 $595 $695 UNIVERSITY MOTORS. INC. 806 W. Main St.—Ph. 681-8931 Op«a Until S P.M. *>• C. Deiler No. UM Non-Stop Coats are News H. A. Gilliam to Head NIA for 1965-66 Term 11. A. Gilliam, vice president of the Universal Life Insurance Company, Memphis, began his term as president of the Na. tional Insurance Association with an appeal for better in ternal coordination among member companies and a pro posal to create a special com mission to aid companies need ing, help. Gilliam was elected to a one year term at the New York convention of the 45-year old, 45 member association of Negro managed life insurance companies. Three hundred fif ty delegates and an additional 100 wives and children attend ed the four day meeting at the Roossevelt Hotel. The new president is agency director for Universal. In a prepared address direct ed to Home Office Section, del egates, Gilliam called for new attitudes of cooperation and interdependence between home office and field, to better ac- plish company objectives of at a-profit. His proposal for a special commission to study problems of companies with growth or profit problems came at a meeting of the board of directors following the con vention. Gilliam said he would ap point such a panel in coming weeks, that would include all management skills. The com mittee would deal with prob lems on invitation. Actuarial functional cost control, agency supervision and communica tions were among the problems Gilliam said the panel might deal with. Benjamin J. 'Johnson, past president of the association was made chairman of the board. He reported a successful year of operations for the member companies with a Rain in as- SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1965 THE CAROLINA TIMES- sets from $360 million to $374 million, and of insurance in force from $1.9 billion to $2.2 billion. H. If. Southall, secretary of NIA for five years, was ele valed to first vice president, a position that traditionally leads to the presidency. A. Murray Carter, Secretary of Pilgrim Health, Life and Accident Insurance Company, Augusta, Georgia, and NIA treasurer for 24 years, declined renomination, He was replaced by C. O. Hollis, CLU, also of Pilgrim. J. A. Blaine Dejoie, vice president-actuary of People Life Insurance Company of Louisiana, New Orleans, was elected secretary. 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