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Against Vatican Representation!
The Southern Baptist Convention,
protesting whet it described ea e
"threat to the future of all public
schools," went en record at its meet
ing in 8t Louis against acceptance of
Federal aid by church-Sponsored
and opposed sending an offi
cial representative from the United
States government to the Vatican in 1
The Convention, attended by 7,900
persons from 19 states and the Dis
trict of Columbia, adopted unani
mously a resolution warning all Bap
tist schools ' and other institutions I
against accepting grants of money
from the Government for any pur
pose on the grounds it weakened
what it termed the traditional wall
between the church and state.
Also adopted by the Convention
was a resolution deploring the re
cent Supreme Court . decision uphold-1
ing a New Jersey case permitting
hm of local school district funds to I
help pay the cost of transporting J
children to and from parochial
Dr. J. M. Dawson of Washington,
Executive Secretary of the Joint Con
ference Committee of American Bap
tists, spoke vigorously in favor of I
tie resolution, declaring that there
was a "deplorable drift toward union
of the church and state, resulting in
dangerous encroachment on the Con
stitution. ... We protest appropria-1
tion of tax funds to sectarian pur
The convention also heard Dr. Wal-1
tor Pope Binns, president of William
Jewell College at Liberty, Mo., as
sail Government aid to church |
Dr. Binns' Public Relations Com
mittee report, which the convention
adopted, Said consistent application'
of a Supreme Court ruling of last
February posed a threat to the future
of all pubic school systems because
it would allow "not only Roman
Catholics but 268 different denomina
tions in the United States to put
their hands into the public treasury
for support of sectarian schools." ,
"We are confident the deplorable
situation may eventuate- in the
thorough arousal of the citizenship
to the peril of a fundamental change
in our whole culture, as contained in
the continued encroachments of the
Roman Catholic hieararchy through
this and other sinister steps."
The report stated that the Com
mittee felt free "to unite with other
organizations in some issues such as
the separation of church and state."
"Unless this is done in relation to
the present powerful drive of the
Roman Catholics to capture Ameri
ca, we shall fight a losing battle,"
the report continued.
The Committee's adopted rec
ommendations also directed the at
? tention of all Baptist schools, hospi
tals, and other institutions of what it
said was the danger of accepting
grants of money from the Govern
ment for buildings or equipment or
for any other purpose.
"Acceptance of such grants upon
any pretext whatever will weaken
the Baptist witness ill behalf of the
principal of separation of church and
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It's astonishing how many quar
rels arise over sums less "than
A smile may make matters worse
when you've been caught in a costly
Please spare me from long-winded
MRS. ADDIE CORBETT WKS ?
IN GREENVILLE HOSPITAL
Mrs. Addie Corbett, 19, of Kings
Cross Roads community, died in a
Greenville hospital Sunday morning
following an illness of several Weeks'
Funeral services were conducted
from the late home- Monday after
noon at 4 o'clock, conducted by Elder
J, B., Roberts at the Primitive Bap
tist Churc^,- assisted by Rev, E.
Coatee, Presbyterian minister.
Surviving ere three gone, S. L., of
the home, J. C. and R. L. of Farxn
ville, seven grandchildren and one
Appropriate songs were sung by s
group from the choir of the Farm
ville Presbyterian church.
Active pallbearers were nephews,
Henry Smith) Jack Little, James,
Leo, Jimmy and Wright Corbett.
Mrs. Corbett, the daughter of the
late Captain Bryan Smith and Teli
tha Nelson Smith, was a membepof
Otter's Creek Primitive Baptist
BENJAMIN E. GAT
Benjamin E. Gay, 61, died at his
home near Fountain late Thursday
night following several years'' illness.
Mr. Gay lived his entire life in the
Fountain community, where, he was a
fanner. Funeral services were held
from the home Friday afternoon by
Iplder R. B. Denson, Primitive Bap
tist minister of Rocky Mount, as
sisted by Elder J. B. Roberts, Primi
tive Baptist minister of Farmville.
He was ? member' and deacon of Ot
ters Creek Primitive Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife, the former
Lila Owens; five sons, Lloyd, Tony,
Lester, Daniel, all of Fountain, and
Allen of Norfolk; Va.; two daugh
ters, Mrs. F. C. Owens, Fountain,
and Delma of the home; three broth
ers, Z. R. and 0. T., of Fountain and
W. E. of Walstonburg; eight grand
lEORGE co-starring LOUIS
RclsMsd tfcm United Artiste
Thursday and Friday
May 22 & 23
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.< Carl If. Blackwosd, Sr., 42,
Hobpes, pastor af . _
Baptist Church, of which he was
member, assisted by the Eer. E.
Glb?, Earmvilte-Methodist ml " "
Interme# was in Hdllywood
tery. '?."** '.v . . fS>. _
Mr. Blackwood was a native of
Campbello, 8. C. He was a gradu
ate of the University of North Caro- I
Una, class of 1981. Fbr the past 10
years, he had engaged in the whole- j
sale specialities business in Farm-j
ville. Prior to coming here, he
taught school in Saluda. He was af
member of the Farm ville Rotary club. I
Surviving are his wife, the form-|
er Nellie Strickland, of Nashvi
one son, Carl, Jr., of. Hie home;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Black-1
wood at Campbello, S. G; * brother,
J. C. "Blackwood of Charlotte; and
one sister, Gladys Blackwood of Gal
I dut-of-town friends and relatives!
attending the funeral were: Mr. and]
Mrs. G. W. Blackwood, Sphrtanburg,
J. Ci Blackwood, Charlotte; Miss
Gladys Blackwood, Galveston, Texas;
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Noah, High)
Point; Mrs. R. J. Plyler, Salisbury; I
?Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Freeman, Fay
etteville; Mr. and Mrs. Woody Mor
ton, Durham; Mr. and Mrs. F. D.j
Finch, Zebu Ion; Mrs. N. " B. Finch,
Spring Hopb; Mf. and Mrs. J. E.J
Cheeves, Warrenton; Mr. and Mrs.
Silas Johnson, New Bern; Mrs. R." T. i
Burnette, Greenville; Mrs. L. J.
Stocks and J. M. Stocks, Hookerton;
G. M. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Burnette, Mrs. C. R. Cherry, Mrs.
William Cotbett, Miss Delia Batch-1
elor, Miss Vernon Batchelor, Mrs.
Elizabeth S. Vaughan, Mrs. H. E.I
Benson and Mrs. G. H. Strickland, of|
Orthopedic Clinic -
Greenville, May 231
We wish to remind our readers of
the State Orthopedic Clinic to be held
in Greenville, Friday, May 23, from |
12:30 to 4:00 p. m.
This Clinic takes all types of crip-1
pies, both white and colored, free of I
charge who are unable to afford
private treatments. It is desired, j
though not required, that patients be [
referred by a physician or the Wel
fare Officer, and that toe patient |
bring such note to the Clinic.
The Clinic is set up to serve eepee-1
ially the Counties of Beaufort, Car-1
terei, Pamlico, Pitt and Tyrell, though I
patients from other counties who do-1
sire to cdtae may do so. .
The Clinie is conducted by Dr. Hugh |
A. Thompson, orthopedist, Raleigh.
This Clinic has been > running for |
some over seven years and is now
I -ving a large number of cripples,
adults as well as children in this area.
The -Pitt County Health Depart
ment Offices are located at the cor-1
ner of 8rd and Greene Streets, Green-1
ville, North Carolina.
LITTLE JOHNNIE WARD ALLEN
RECOVERS FROM INJURIES!
Johnnie Ward Allen, two and one
half-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs.]
John Allen, has recovered from in-j
juries received a couple of weeks ago!
when he was struck by an automo-1
bile on North Main street.
The accident occurred about dark. I
The driver of the car has not been |
identified but eye-witneese expressed |
the opinion that the operator did not.
realize he had struck anyone. The
car did not change speed, wetft [
leisurely on its way.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bundy an
nounce the birth of a son, Edgar Er
vin, Wednesday, May 7, Mrs. Bundy
1b the former Miss Agnes Hamilton.
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