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^rafefc)rined" a roilnd
H. <jlk>tcra Tayldr. dlry>f'urt"ot^t
h^col 1 ege, wjio 'did
ZtttjroainUpg'Vln^appreciatlon of the
ggraeregj; pr." Nobleman shown In the
r i<j r, in presenting the
-naid . jjOreat men have
BfuRfy''-admirers! jBTour ?long .eventful
WjS^g?of una^flfch .service. has -won
jfiuffchQ in Jhe'hearta of the people
ISCKofthJCanoIliifL" Your proven sinifereVlnterq^
ff^Nogro education will
1- roonumentto ;n trulyi
taffifr goreily .perpetuate your memory
%'ciaK-" 'i-Y- 'fepii*
!#?'Dr. Noble vraa intwKlucedvby PresfiffidMt
F. D. Bluford. who said. "Wp
Knave come-itHia morning to honor n
RrTMt frlend^f^thJs*institution, whom
i rwe';all; koow and love. The - success
wp^.lhls.'-cpll^c has been. In n large
TOEpeasore,- due tov his vision. -Hvlsdoni
3r?Dd,efforL?He has Riven to.tills InstiPrtuuod
the golden years of a long, rich
fc'and fruitful life.** . . ' . '
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Jo'VJ>r.. Nqhle. whom the years had
^jMle^iojbenfl, accepted the portrait
^with highest praise for the work of
,ifctie*4rtlstj He paid tribute to former
UfP/esidect, .lames B. Dudley and reKlUMt?a
'tllO. /wiDom ftUftlr '"Kl/il. V/.
^'commended, to sliig the former presl?lent\!favorlte
;Bong: "I Ain't Conna
ii, StudyWar Ho More." . He thanked
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At High Point
V When an automobile and a bicycle
collide, the automobile doesn't suffer
' to'any great extent . * .
;** That Is the latest' approach Chief
? 4? Police .W. O. Frlddle. of. High
^. Tofnt. takes In V warning to bicyclists,
A who are .dally becoming more nnroer:.l,ona
and flooding downtown High
V*'l$)lDt streets' and congested arena,
f '/^yChlef Frlddle snya bicyclists are
^flagrantly violating laws and that In
gEdolng. so- they are endan^erlne their
^own Uvea and .those of pedestrians
- <hro?Bln* streets.. Plsresardlnr atop
*v?itjghts la the worst abused traffic reri,'.
jnlation. 'according toi the chief, who
i">also points out that It^ls Illegal for
V-',persona)to., ride wheels abreast.
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4^./." A- mod T. College honored Dr. !
occuiOQ of his 87th birthday with
program was formed around the un
of art< at the college, who did the pa
and in advancement of Negro educat
. college; Dr. Noble and Professor T
New Fanners of
America Hold Meet
In Nashville, Tenn.
' Participating Art
? - *?S> ? fr- ?1t? " .
The national Ivtard of trustees of
New; Farmers of America will hold
itA neinl-tfanual board meeting at the
A. and T. college, Nasjhvllle, Tenn.,
March 29 to April X. The meeting will
be presided over by -Henry' Revels,
"national president. Southern univerftltv:
Scotland villa. Tj. 'Tha
of the / meeting will, be to perfect
plana for. the annual convention of
the farm youth organization which
will be held at the State Agricultural
fcnd Mechauical college, Orangeburg,
S. C., In August. This information Is
released by the national reporter,
ttuffln McQhee .. *
One of the highlights of the boanl
meeting will be that of conferring the
honorary superior, degree on Dr. C.
fc. Spaulding. president of the North
Carolina Mutual Insurance company.
The president of the Insurance com-'
pany has been a staunch supporter of
tliis farm organization of some 73,000
'members, from the date of its begin-1
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Marines To Occupy'
Brick Barracks At
New River Soon
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Twelve barracks-and three mess
balls at the new permanent marine
barracks at New River will be ready
tor tne nrst retfment of marines.
April 1, It wag learned from J.leutenaot
Commander uMdlson Nichols. resident
naval officer In charge of construction
of thin $3T>,000,000 post.
Since their arrival Inst fall, the
marines haTe been quartered in temporary
tents and'huts near-Jacksonville
and Verona.' Construction of the
permanent. J>tlck veneer, strip steel
barracks at 'H?dnot .Point has been
under--waj'for a.number of months,'
and^work has been rushed even more
rapldiy alnce the'declaration'bit wai\
r<.f * f
"'' "bovw be a uniform. a;.;
.Sonloni of Sooth, Gate/Call?.eorol
tilh^iebiiol a^ioowS* tort mi
SBOKO, N. C-. SATURDAY, MARCH
A. C. S. Noble, chairman of the A. aim
k special program which was held In
ceiling of a portrait of Dr. Noble by 1
Inting "in appreciation of the Interest
ion." Reading from left to right are:
Week's Halt In
Sugar Sales Is
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All augur sales iu the United States
will be halted at midnight April 27,
for approximately one week.' government
officials announced today after
they had set -six days in April and
May for the naatlonwlde sugar rationing
; ojhn E. "Hamm, acting chief *of the
office of-price administration, reported
that sugar would be off the market
on April 28 and would not be available
'to buyers again until about May 5.
Hamm explained that the bHn was
ordered as a step preparato^r to
sales under rationing, which will go
Into effect as soon us the morutorlmn
on sales ends.
Earlier, dates were fixed for the
national registration ? biggest hi the
history of the United Stutes and Involving
every man, woman and
child In the country.
Frank Ranrv field chief of the
OPA, announced that Individual or
family consumers would register May
4. 5. 0 nud 7 at nubile olementarv
schools, and that wholesaler*. retail*
era. bakers, confectioners and other
Industrial users would register April
28 and 20 at high " school*.
The periods for recording the data
concerning 131,000,000 Americans
were scheduled at a conference of rationing
administrators from the 48
slates. J. '
Rnoe reported that It hud not been
determined 'finally whether -Ihe
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Use Coin To Settle
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- Rufua otid John llearne, of Ryniim.
had ati unusual problem.; . - a
They .were both *rHnted deferment
from military.eerrloe" becauserof ?
dependent mother and brother; They
were reclassified.'by the Chatham
county selective''service board and
told -.that deferment * would" be
granted' td^pply^one. The hoard jtuve
them permission" 'to/.decide which "one
should irtay at home and which -one
toother .refused to express a
PT^ference and. th^fioya^aettled/lt by
Olppini a coin. "Rufus la now keeping
1 T.'board of trustees for 45 years on *
Harrison auditorium last week.' TTie
Professor H. Clinton Taylor, director '
Dr. Noble has shown in the college
Dr. F. D. Bluford, president of the
t : '-y
For Defense :
Demand for Food*
, Expert* Beginning
. To Outrun Supply v v
, Dietitians in North Carolina "are i
registering this week for arailablllt; 1
In both the state and national' de- i
fense programs; where the demand
U? beginning to outrun the supply.
Persons eligible for registration are
dirtltluns In the field, former dietl: i
Mans who , nre now homemakers,
homeecoQoniirs graduates with a major
In foods and nutrition, and other '
foods workers who by their erperl
ence would be qualifiedto assumes the
duties of a hospital dietitian In an
emergency appointment. ,
The registration is being made All I,
overtlie country by the American 1
urewwv uAiaiciHunn inrougn local a if1- .
tetlc organizations. Jane Flanes Crow. '
of Salon college, Winston-Salem, .is In
charge of the North Carolina gurrcy,
tind Mabel Swansoo. of. Woman's" col- ,
}egc, la In charge of registrations In
the Greenaboro area.;
Registrants will .be aaked.to state ,
their professional Interest, schools jittended
nnd position held. They-will*,
designate whether or' not In case of '
?an emergency they will be available
for full o rpart time service In civilian
or array hospitals'large group
feeding.1 consultant 'work In nutrition
anifl dietetics, teaching or other fields.
Due to the scarcity of dietitian's these
registrations will he used In finding
peopleJw"hb can substitute tns civilian
I hospitals when* the present dietitians
tire cauru 10 array appointment*. * ~
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Mi?? Eleanor Watkim ,
Give* Party-At Home
,liln Eleanor Wutklna gave.a ]?r-.
ty at. her/ home .on Dudley street
Tuesday. . March > ljk Dancing and .
card* we re. en joyed ,by alL L\ AroaDd (
11 o'clock V >repa?t /Vnn'-.wrjfir ,
Thoae present were Ml** Ixiulw F^or*
ance, Mr._and. Mr*.. Earl, Simmons,
Edith Jllunt, / Eddie ^and .jAlmnlif
Arledge, r?'JtAnsoiv^ ^Buhy;
Thompson, .Hubert,, Gaaklnj^/- ltoberf
Dobnnm, .Woody ..Jone*,-G?or|Jei?WIli.
*00. . 'iFrcdt *Avery,vf'Julian .'"Blunt,
Charles. Home andGurneyrWaUrinifc
Halfwgy^ mark In v.^he American
PIUCE: 5c ^
For Home-Makers ifi
New York City
The 16tii annual hoiae-tDuklng- In- "
Btitute ot Bennett College ranched Its
climax Saturduy. March 22, with an
all-day conference of high school :
principals arid teachers an?l students
of home economics throughout the
state.*Several hundred delegates ure
expected to be present nt the confer- "v
enee which opened In Henry Pfelfferv
Science hall at 10 ! o'clock. \
Dr. Chnnnlng II. ToblaR, of New ' ' ! \
York qlty, delivered the keynote address,
entitled "The Conservation of
Human Values," following remarks
by President David D. Jones, of Bennett,
who presided. J, P..Bond, admin-, '
Istratlve assistant In the North,Carolina
NYA presented Dr." TohIa^_>to; . * \
the conference.? .^ *"? ..."
Talks by Beverly C. Moore and 1\> - '
T. illnes o fthls city was ihe high- "l ".. .
light of the afternoon aesnlons of the
conference which also included'. a ., ; ..
number of section meetings on'"Con- . '**'
serration'In the Home." A clothing ; /
review, followed-by a tea for the con- '
ference .'members concluded the'con- "'-i.
ference."-' h V; :
A';,?trlklng ' feature of Saturday's?*- .
program'whs showing of a aeries of \_
exhibits on "The Home and Civlllaj)'.- 'i'
Defense," theme of this .year's .home- v*^!making'institute.
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' The exhibits, prepared under the
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Ready for Raids
Or To Fight Fire
. .Should bombs start. dropping in
Qreensboro one' local plant of 35 are
[rumen -to meet tnc emergency.
The Pepsi-Cola Bottling company, i. \
100 eParson street, has Just completed
organizing Its employes into a
defense crew and installing certain " '
defense equipment, according to H. E.\}
Plynt, manager. Tie reports that each
employe- has " a station l\ case - of *'
emergency and Jc no wa exactly''what to' *
floj : *.' **:; ..0 .1""
Equipment Includes a hand-operated
puinp holding 75 gallons of water .
which is kept filled. It.Is placed on;
n portage stand along with buckets
uf. smjd and shovels.. There ?a re
buckets of dry sand," which are kept
covered, on each corner of .the pltuij^ .
roofv with sfiovels for- each - bucket. ?
Flynt : also said . that the plant has
first aid supplies on "hand and that n
member. of the coocern-.Ja now taking
aV first aid course. Upon completion j
be_w|ll instruct other employee and
act-as supervisor of .a plant first aid
station. - r
r" "Our coiiipuuy' hna figured out
pome -way of taking rare of the plant
and the-IIre? of the people within . 1 .
lt.'(We are attti trying to learn more
and-intend '-add to''equipment' na
wjUJr-eceive -mOre Instruction on what
U^Tneeded r and; Imw It should be
umnl." Flynt said.' ,1,'^ ^ ' F
Mfc Pleasant CKristian
1" CKurxKNowyBirild in g
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!~Thei .Mount . J'leajunit Chrlitjaoy^gy
church,- located ait Ihecomer'of -Gray-^^,
and'.South afreets, la now. under^h^^T^
. traction,-.The' structure. whenh>
iAcM^wnt be SO hir