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REV. A. C. POWELL.
Rev. A. Clayton Powell, pastor
of the Abyssinian Baptist church
of New York city, and first Negro
councilman of that city, was the
principal speaaer ior :*eKro History
Week celebration at A. and
T. college. He declared, "Democracy
will lose its place as a
world power if the Negro and
other darker races are not give^
an equal right in the peace."
Seventh Day Adventlst
1202 East Market Street
110 Ireland Street
1001 McConnell Road
- 811 Baptist Street
507 Gillespie Street
808 Wilmington Street
1127 South Cedur Street
536 Florida Street
806 Market Street
1405 East Market Street
, New Cedar Grove
1224 Retreat Street
610 Best Street
730 South Ashe Street
1414 Goctell Street
211 East Street
505 Hljrh Street
church of god
Chnrch of God In Christ
207 Gnnt Street
Mount Calvary Church of
112 East Street
401 High Street
Cbarch of the Redeemer
009% East Market Street ?'
705 Beat Street
* Lindsay Street
601 Lindsay Street * ?
. 515 South Street
1024 East Market Street
Oorrell Street True Hollneaa
028 Sampeon Street
* < Mount Zlon
1519 McCooneU Road
Bennett Has New
To Establish Consumer Information
Pioneering a new field of commute
Ity service, Reunett college announced
today the establishment of n
Consumer Information Center on Its
campus. Beginning tins week, consumer
materials will be distributed
periodically by the college to individual
families in Its vlcinty. as well ns
to schools, churches und club groups
throughout the state.
In commenting on the center.
President David D. Jones of the college
"A recent Held survey by our sociology
department has revealed how
badly this type of Information is
Deeded by many of our nelghhorsVjn
the low-Income group.
"Our 'Consumer-In-Defense" weekly
broadcasts have for some time been
bringing consumer information to
Tadlo listeners throughout North
Carolina. However, returns from a
social investigation of n typlcul
neighborhood not far from the college
showed thnt almost fifty per
cent of the families there do not possess
radios and cannot afford to buy
newminnere. jillhmicli thee 21 re tmr II
m "Reaching this group and other
similarly underprivileged families
will be one of the first objectives
of the Ti.formation Center, which will
co-operate fully with state and national
efforts to further through consumer
education the welfare of the
civilian population, which is of ihich
paramount Importance in the victory
The broadcasts mentioned by President
Jones are prepared and conducted
by studeuta of Consumer
Education at Bennett, under the direction
of Dr. Albert* B. Turner,
head of the Home Economics Department
there, who Is the author of
a recent bibliography of consumer
materials in the fields of food and
Under Dr. Turner's supervision,
the students of consumer education
will furnish the data for the Information
Center, while journalism students
at the college will edit und
distribute the Information.
Water never la nerved with n meal
In many European dining places unless
It is specially ordered. Sometimes
o small charge Is made for It
1107 Retreat Street
Grace Lutheran Memorial
Washington Street, Corner
Bethel A. M. E.
138 North Regan Street
East White Oak A. M. K.
111 Water Street
Mount Olivet A. M. FL Zlon
131 Beech Street
T.l.lh. i \l r 71m,
447 East Washington Street
Browning Chapel M. B.
1710 East Market Street
High Street M. E.
1014 East Lee Street
St Matthew M. E.
601 Sonth Ashe Street
Warren Street M. E.
020 Warren Street
C. M. A. Methodist
1120 Morris Street
St Phillip A. 11. E. Zlon
1211 Sonth Ashe Street
210 Forbli Street
780 c.lbson Street
1200 East Market Street
The House of Prayer for All
C12 East Market Street
TTT'KE OLTivOOK. GREENSBORO. N
Bennett Students I
Direct Three I
One-Act Plays i
Six Students To See Their C
Work In Action On February
28 At Bennett.
Six students* of plajr production at
Bennett college will nee their worts "
In notion February 28. when the col- r
lepe IJttle Theatre Guild will pre- "
sent three one-uct plays written by Tl
Mrs. Erostlne Coles Robinson, dl- ^
rector of dramatics at the inllpge. "
The plays picture Negro life in the n
South, and in nil phases have been "
directed by students, under the ?* a
perviaion of Mrs. Robinson. "
In addition to afternoon and ev?? P
uitip i?erformnnces at Rennett on "
February 28. the Guild will pice a 1
special request performance of the n
plays at Fort Rrapp on- March 7. ''
Miss Annie Green, of Henderson, y
N. C.. and Miss Ola Purker, of Wllcoe.
W. Va.. are co-directors for R|
"Baimule", n comedy of "life with ^
douphter", with .Miss Hilda Amnker.
of Hlph Point, playinp the title role
of lore-struck Alabama Fletcher who
seeks by the use of pood-luck charms
to win a proposal from the smooth- *
talktn pnpent of the National Bcnev- v
olent Nepro Burial Union of Araer- v
leu. one Mr. Berasco. played by Mar- 1
Klial Pegram of A. and T. college.
"To Wntch the Son Itlse". a satire *
on young college Negroes, is being
produced under the direction of Miss
Victoria Morrison, of New York city,
nnd Miss Hnttlc Taylor, of White
Plains. N. Y. The main roles are
played by Miss Ednn-Taylor, of Wilson.
N. C.; Mrs. Berthn Joyner, of
tlie Bennett staff, nnd Henry Joyner
of A. and T.
The student directors for the third
<plHy are Miss Virginia Holder, of .
Newark. N. J- and Miss Marian
White, of Jacksonville. Fla. Their
vehicle Is "The Widow Woman of
the Vieux Carre", an unusual drama
of life In the French quarter In New
Orleans. Miss Catherine Jones, of
Columbus. O.. plays the title role,
supported by Miss Sarah Lou Harris,
of North Wtlkesboro, as her daughter,
Mlgnonne. Miss Edwlna Schnyder.
of Greensboro, as her son,
Pierre. .Walter Oldham of A. nnd T.
as the family physician, and Miss ^
Frances Fonvellle. of Savannah. Ga.,
hb a neighbor. t
I Other roles In the three produc- ^
tlons are played by the following: t
Oren Porwtt and Andrew Ryers, of f
A. and T.: Misses Gernldlne Neuby.
of Freeport. 111., Alice Holloway, of
Warrenton, N. C.: Laura Coles, of
Talledga, Ala.: Edith Whltetnan, of t
Danville, Vu.; Hettie Taylor, Matll- t
da Reld. of Mooresvllle, N. C.: Ce- j
leate Dennis, of Charlotte, N. C.; ,
Dolly Kurd, of Savannah. Ga.; Helen ,
Horton, of Wllcoe, W, Vo.; Nad Nor- ,
man Johnson, nenry, Ellison, William ,,
Gupple, and Shelly Wiley, h!1 of A.
nnd T. college.
PLAN IS DEVISED
RALEIGH. ? Preliminary plans
plans for establishing sugar rationing
machinery In North Carolina
were announced today by Theodore S.
Johnson, state director of civilian de
. Johnston fiald he would request
county officials to provide space In
county eourthooses for storage of
registration forma. In counties where
such space Is not available In the
courthouse, Johnson said. Immediate
steps must lie taken to acquire room
Superintendents of all school districts
are being called upon to estimate
the populations In their areas.
From their estimates, Johnson snld,
his office will determine the number
of registration cards and ration
books needed In each districtCitizens
will register for sugar rationing
and receive their cards at the
schoolhouse nearest their residences.
The school superintended are also
asked to study their districts and to
assign schools to proper rationing
boards. Schools must complete their
plans for rationing by March 5.
\ T. Hines to
)ccasion Will Be All-D.
Conference To Climi
I*. T. Mines, general manager
lie Greensboro Newt-Rnurd ui
lialrman of the. local defense counr.
n wuste. has consented to dellnlie
keynote address at the all-da.
(inference on Saturday. March 21
liich will climax the sixteenth nti
mil Home-Making Institute of lten
ett college. scheduled to take pluctt
the college March 10-22. it whs.
nnounced at Ilennett today. The
rngram of Hie Institute, the theme
f which Is "The Home and Clvlllun
lefense". will include tulks liy a
iiuilier of nationally-known figures
i the fields of health, foods and
utrltinn, and consumer cduruUon.
nth the exception of the Saturday
onference, the mooting* of the TnMtute
will take place at R o'clock
i the evening.
I.oral Specialists Also to
Students and teachers of Home
Economics from all over the state
(ill hear Mr. Hlnes' talk, which
rill lie on the topic. "Conservation
ri the Home," and which is ecbediled
to 1k? followed hy a series of
<-?-iiuii iii?*uns:e nil ny inp u?n??w
np local specialists In the fields inloafed:
Conservation of food ? Miss
IInnrhe TatMll of Woman's collepe.
1. A. Hnll. (lullford county farm
cent: conservation of utilities?
irs. Frances J. Burton, of Puke
>nwer company: Joel Berry, of the
terry Coal company: conservation
>f cloth Inp?Miss W. R. Lewis, of
L and T. collepe. and Mrs. Naomi
eter. of Bennett.
Outstanding Women Speakers.
Pr. Victoria Corlsson of Woman*
ollepe Is umotip the outstandinp femnine
speakers who will address the
nstjtute durlnp the week. She will
alk on "Mental arid Physical
Tealth" on Monday. Murch 16. Anther
prominent \vmunn speaker will
ie Pr. 1/uitse Stanley, chief of the
ureau of home economics In Washnpton,
D. C., who will speak on
Problems of the Consumer" on
Vednesday. March 16.
On Tuesday. March 17. un educalonal
film, ."Meat and Romance."
vlll be shown, with other exhibits
ind demonstrations In the field of
'ond and nutrition.
Mrs. Cone to Preside At Panel
Mrs. Julius W. Cone of the Benlett
board of trustees will preside at
i panel discussion on the subject of
maintaining civilian morale which
*111 he held on Thursday. March 1ft,
ind In which the following repre entntlves
of Greensboro community
igoncies will participate:
Rahhl F. I. Ryplns, community
welfare: Rev. W. .C. Cleland, th?
r-hurch: George Wilson, radio; Mrs
M. L Scnrlette. the home: Waroei
Lnwson, musical groups.
Following the panel discussion, Dr
Charlotte Huwklns Brown, head o!
Palmer Memorial Institute, will an
nonnce the award which Bonnet1
makes annually during the lnstltut<
to families which have shown out
standing achievement In aome area o
family adjustment This year, fam
llles will he cited for their adjust
ment to- the war situation.
Musical Programs, Faculty Play.
On Friday evening, the Phllbar
mnnlc Glee club of Abyssinia Bar
tint church In New York city, dl
reeled by Mrs. Elfreda Snndlfe
Moore, an alumna of Bennett, wll
present a concert at the college, whlc!
win be followed by a reception i
honor of the Olee club. Other muslea
programs will also he presented dui
lng the week by local choral proupi
Including the Greensb??ro Men's Ole
club, the A. and T. Choral Rocletj
the St Matthews Junior Choir, an
the Bennett college choir.
Another entertainment feature c
the Institute will be a production c
Thornton Wllder'a ploy. "Our Town,
by memberN of the Bennett famlt
under the dbwctlon of Mrs. Erostlr
Coles Robinson. director of dri
Dr. M. S. uavni;e ou.w.4
Dr. M. S. Davage of the Methodist
board of education trill conclude
the week-long program of the institute
with an address at the Bennett
vesper service at 4 p. m. on Sunday.
March 22. -vy^
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