Veterans Of 14th Armored
FOR STAY-AT-HOME PICNICS
In Lunchenwald Smash
N»-w York Fort of Rmbarkation.
Camp Shanks, New York
Three Nesro members of the fam
ed Mlh Armored Division who
eided in the libei'ation of more
than iiU.UUU pi'isuners of war in
Luelienwald and Moosebjry
[ \«reas. recently passed through
Camp Shanks. With a eoinbim d
total of 33(> points to their eivdit.
they anticipated dLsciiaitJed and
the pleasure of home comina.
Private Fir.st Cla.ss CJieeoiv B.
Jcne.s. 28. of Philadelphia. Pt :0i-
sylvania. hold.s a Bronze Star
Modal fur brave and eouruge ju^
,a.v.sault apainst erman Panzer iin-
jiU. in the battle prece‘dina ihi'
Mooseburg liberation, in whiea
action he was wounded. He ha.s
a total of five battle stars —
three to commemorate his fipht-
ins passage across Africa. Corsica.
F'i.nei-. and two foj- action in
Cerm.iny, one of these j'ain d in
tin cro-ssing of the Siegfried Line,
v'lteran of 37 months of »vi i -
-erviee. .l ines has 111 pnasis
to iii.s eiedil ‘and wtars the C nn-
Pat Infantryman Badge. He
a’ i:j2(> I8lh SlrceP Philadelphia
Johnston County News
BY MRS. L. RAYNOR
Mrs. Dora Whitfield ui Kinston,
.pent last week wiUi Mrs. Rorelta
MIc-n and farrily.
Mr. W. R Applewhite of Scoltluiia
licck. visited Mi.s.-i Nellie Allen lai
Vedne.sday evening,, June Z9t!i.
Friends of Mrs. Sally Smith rt-
rel very much to learn iha: she
i a patient in St. Asnes Hospital,
tuleigh. We hope she will soon be
ible to come home.
YWCA met at the home if Mrs.
dllie Raynor Monday night. After
he busincs.s was finished the ho.s-
ess servtid peaches, topped with
vhipped cream and cakes. About 13
nembers were present.
SPC Club met at the home of
>Irs. Johnson on Sunday afternoon
The hostess served ice cream with
leaches and cuke.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
'ustmer will be glad to know that
bey have moved in their new
Mr, W. R. Collins was home ..n
the week end.
Rev. Mary F Johnson, formerly
Ilf Sirithfickl. but now of Raleigh,
nrrjvetl Salurday to spend a month
or more with relatives and trieivls.
She is spending thia week wi.n
Mir-. I.enora Ciiffis. 128 South 5th
Mi.s.s Soietle E. Fiirloiu; arrived
Wednesday of last week to .'peiul
the .summer months with her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. C W. Furlonge.
The Amreican Legion Auxili
ary is sponsoring the Mt Airy
Singers of Washing:.m. D. C.. her-
at the J. C. T. S. gym the 3rd Sun
day evening at 3;30 o'clock. Don’t
mi.ss hearing this all ladies group.
Miss Beatrice Avery and Mrs. C.
Bryant attended the women home
mission meeting Sunday at Long
Branch Church. At this meeting
Mrs. Bryant gave a talk on the
post war program and the bui4d>
Serve outdoors for wfortuul Uimru r soi/ah/lity
Dainty sandwiches -Ovangeailo Cuke, as luscious and refreshing as its
iiumc-frosty pitcher of iced lemonade—here are the “making.s” of a
feast for icmily anil friends out in your own shady hack yonl! Travel
ing for fun is out this summer, so plan fun at home this easy wayl
A recipe for cherishing is Orangeade Cake, so moist and tender,
with the real flavor of fresh oranges-so packablc in picnic basket, fish
ing hamper or lunchbox. Clip now fur keeps!
One-Bowl ORANGEADE CAKE
TAN TOPICS AUCU
u»[.uuiii> baking buwder
ivitli a turtralf iibunkr.
ic '£^4 Uwpvuiui)
ur milk t* cupurangi
iribralco J cup iiuU,
Sift fiour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt into mixing bowl. . . .
Drop in Spry and grated orange rind. ... Add sour milk and beat 160
strokes.... Scrape bowl and spoon ofU n throughout entire mixing.. . .
Add eggs and beat 250 strokes. . . . Add orange juice and beat 160
strokes. . . . Add nuts and blend- 26 strokes. . . . Uake in Spry-couted
10 X 10 X 2-inch pun in .nuderately hot oven (376' P.) 36-4.> minutes.
TOPPING: Place cup luvar, H rap uraiiyc juice. 1 tabltfpbbii pralrd uraiiye rind
anJ C laUcirpuoni lcr,iuri juice in u U.wl kiid warm uvtr uit-i, while Cake » Utkins.
Paur over cake as auuu an rcioovad frum Ptcii. iierve ill aquarcs. _
BY JULIUS A. .ADAMS
Is the Race problem in Ameri-1 Movement, which he describes as ah
cu being solved'.’ This ijuestion was | organization of loyal, patriotic
the topic of discussion recently on | An.cricuns. who love their country,
the Town Hall Forum, participut-1 lo\e their race, and love ,he hu-
by tour nulionally known
figures, two wnues .ind two Ne-
groe.s: Asseirblymim Irving M. Ives
of New York; Cunuressman Jerry
Voorhis of California: Richard
Wright, the author; end Elmer A.
Carter, former editor ol Opportuni
ty magazine, and now a member
of the Appeals Board of the New
York Stale Unemplovment Insur
Ml'. Ives and Mr. Carter believes
il is being solved; Mr. Voorhis and
Wright think not. All admit-
"We have no use for Nazis, Con -
munists, or Fascists or their works,"
Mr. Randolph said. "We consider
them a menace, a nuisance, a dan
ger and a pestilance to Negroes,
labor and our cotinl-y. We believe
in the dcmocratir processes, ideals,
heritages, faiths and values. We be
lieve in them so strongly wo me
ready uou determined to fight for
tliem ul home and abroad."
Mr. Randolph strikes buck at
tmse persons who hava seen fit to
ted there has been some improve- ' question the loyally of the members
meiu in the Negro's status ovei lli,. March on Wuslungton Move-
pjsl few years, None sought to do- Unilting Us membership
fine ;he "race pn blem" which Negroes.
doubtless, was a serio-rs mistake At Negro is not challenget: lo
the end of the program the mem- Pfove his loyalty to the Govern-
bvrs of iiic audience unquestion- 't'ent," Mr, Randolph declares. "The
ablv had heard some exhilarating Government is challenged to dem-
spceches and some sharp retors but loyalty to the Negro.’’
it Is doubtful if they are any wis-' ^t-. Randolph said the Negro
er on the question, "Is the Ron-'lo be disloyal lo the
Problem Being Solved’’" Government in order to be loyal to
Before any conclusive answer hirrself. nor dees he have to be dis
can be given to the question of himself to be loyal lo the
solving the "race problem t iz Government.
must first be established in under- oyalty to the Negro race by
standablc terms, ju.st what the prob- Negroes and loyally lo the Guvern-
lerr is. and following that, just Negroes complement and
what the Negro experts. After us- ruprilement each ulher," he said
certaining itie answers to these “A Negro." he continued, "who i."
things, it then will be up to- the disloyal lo his race eannol be trust
ing for teen-age boy.' and girl.s and
ex-.service men and women. The
people feeling the need of .'uch
building :«ludly made up $$13.61 and
many others arc expecting to give
Ir' Pasty B. Jackson and Mr.'.
C. Bi^ant spent the 4th in Kin.ston.
The local Beautician Club No. 2ii.
met at the Viola Palrc Beauty Shop'
Monday evening at six o’clock. The!
discussion was "How we should!
greet our customers.” After busi
ness was over, all wer,.- served wiUi
ire cold coca-coins.
Miss M Raynor, Mrs. Ro.-ia Avery,
Mrs. Holden and Mrs. Saiideis mol-
orrd to Clinton Tuesday.
20.000TII STUDENT TO ENTER I
RED CROSS SCHOOL
Sisters Held On
Negro himself to find the means
to achieve his objective.
Briefly, it would seem the Ne
gro’s "problem" is that he is ill-
equipped through training and ex
perience to enjoy a full measure of
life in this country, and the reason
for this is that he is denied the op
portunity to get the training and
experience necessary fur such en
joyment, It thus follows that there
must be enacted special legislation
and the exertion of political and
economic pre.ssurc to stop the de
nial? How can this be done’’
In the first place it must be ad
mitted that prejudice Is vulnera
ble. The talk about no one being
able to legislate against likes and
ed by the Government or anyone
else. And by the same token.’ 'he
emphasized, "a Negro who Is dis
loyal to our Government and coun
try cannot be trusted by the Negro
Mr. Randolph .sees in the ufne-
tion of an organization like the
March On Washington, the machin
ery necessary lo work out the "race
problem” — if anything can. Cri
ticism raised 'against the all-Ne
gro m.ovement has caused him no
"Why should that be’.'” he asked.
"The Zionist Movement is an uH
Jewish Movement, but this does
not imply that it Is anti-Gentile.
The Knights of Columbus ' -
which has problems must assume
the responsibility of meeting those
problems, and nobody else can e(
fpetively work ouj the solution.
^ "History shows." Mr. Randolph
said, "that Jews must depend upon
Jews to fight the battle of Jews;
Catholics must depend upon Cath
olics to fight the battle of Cath
olics; women must depend upon
women to fight the battle of wom
en; Negroes must depend upon Ne
groes to fight the battle of Negroes;
and workers must depend upon
workers to fight the battle of the
The effect of the threat of an
actual march of lti0.000 Negroes op
Washington, suggest the modi.'
operand! for the kind of organiza
tion Mr. Randolph believes the Ne-
gi'u must develop if he hopes to
solve the race problem. The idea of
‘he March On Washin.gton was pre
dicated on the theory that “the
function of the president or any
leader or group is one of constant
ly balacing pressures and that they
inevitably move in the direction of
•hp itre.ssure of the greater chal
When the challenge of the March
On Washington was given the late
Pre.'ldent Roosevelt, and it became
I fairly certain that 100,000 Negroes
were determrlned lo march on the
capital, the President yielded, and
issued Executive Order 8802, and
"'tablished the Euir Employment
Prcatices Committee. There yvas no
other way for it to have been done,
Mr. Randolph would ray. He Is con
vinced such method.s cun solve the
PFC. EKNE8T T. WARREN
IS WAR CASUALTY
dislikes doesn't seem entirely sound i Catholic Order, but that does not
In the Soutii, for example, there i'^wn it Is anti-Protestant or that
is legislation that foirters dlscrimin- ' Bs mem.bers may not join with
,'ition. and children are taught al- ■ Prolstanls on a common program of
most from birth lo hate olha-'! civic righteousne-ss. Because Pw
children. Is there any reason whyjtcstanls and Catholics don’t include
there couldn’t be legislation de-1 Jew.s as members does not indicate
signed to foster good will or that 1‘ha’ ‘hey are anti-Semitic. Trade
children could be taught to lovu* Unions do not Include non-work
W^ASHINGTON, D. C. — Monroe
Stweetlaiid, formes director CIO
War Relief Committeso. and many
others', came from the rank-s .if la-,
bor to .'•ervp GI';- Ihfoughnut Am r-t
SMITHFIELD— Mary and Gladys
Perry, sisters who reside in Selma,
are being held on a murder charge
after the Johnston County Grand
Jury last week returned a true bill
agaiiKst them in the death of Mon
roe Carson Anderson, a sawmill
worker of Kenly. The man died on
Ji.tie ti after having been ill since
he drunk whiskey ullegedly pur
chased al the Perry .home on May
A physician stated that the im-
mediuie cause of Anderson’s death
was hypostatic pneumonia, compli
cated by uremic poisoning, but he
also told officers that when he first
examined the man. his mouth and
rhrii.-it were "seared white with
Police believe that Anderson was
piiiiisoricd with carbolic acid or
The attiude toward Negroes ir
this country could be wiped our
if we coiild skip one full genera-
i tU.n. But since that 1' not possible.
I it means that it can still be done,
but the efforts must be positive,
and will have to be started amon;j
the children, where Ihe present
'pattern of "master race” begins to
' It is true that people already
I taught to hate, cannot be farced to
ilove other people, though they can
be made to respect the rights of
others. On the other hand, people,
especially children, who have no
attitudes, can be taught to love and
respect others, just as they are
taught to hate and disrespect others.
It Is a steady, and well-directed
hand steered b.v a vicious mind that
ers: that does not prove they are
The thesis of the March On
Washington Movement in the ef
forts to solve the race problem is
that the Negro must assume the
major responsibility for the solu
tion of his problem and must supply
the money and pay the price, make
the sacrifice and lead the fight. This
dos not mean that it is anti-white,
anti-Seipitic. anti-CalhoUc. anti-
Protestant. anti-Holy Holler, or anti-
"Just as the Jews have the Zlon-
st Movemint fighting on tbelr
special problems, the workers have
trade -ugiions dealing with their
specific problems, women have
their movements handling their
special programs: so the Negro
needs an all-Negro Movement to
keeps the blue flames of racial, fight lo solve his specific problems,
prejudice, and its consequent eco-; Mr. Rando’nh argues. "But the
nomlc, political and social evils, i general piwolems Uke war and
alive and burning. I peace, child lavor. workmen’s com-
uta... «v.a AAA AAV,tA..A t,A' AAncA11oA louT rBot. bettcr schoow.
RALEIGH — A mesoage from
the War Department Informed
Mrs. Lucile B. Warren of 125
East Hargett Street that her
•«n. Pfc. Ernest T. Warren, died
on June 5 in Germany from
wounds suffered in action on
Fvt. Warren Itad been in the
Army two years and eight
muntlu. A brother, Cicero T-, Is
now serving, in ittc Hacilif.
SPECIAL SWIMMING AIDS
WASHINGTON. L>. C. — FDR
knew the value of "convalescent
swimming." Now the American
Red Cross is moking a highly spec-
ilized course in this aid to the
wounded available in all 12 Army
Air Forces and other Army hospitals.
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of Floyd D. Pearce, laio
of Wake County, N. C., this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate nt said deceased
to exhibit then' to (he undersigned
on ur before the 30th day of June,
1946 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per-
suns indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment.
This SOth day of June, 1945.
(Mrs.) Lucy Fuller'James,
110 N. State Street
Raleigh. N. C.
July 7. 14. 21. 28-Aug.
Having qualified as admini
strator of the estate of M.
Russell, deceased, this is to noti
fy all persons having claims
WAKE COUNTY s r t . ' f
Having qualified as'exeeutt^ of
the E.'itatc of Hattie J. Wooten, de
ceased. late of Wake County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons havipg claims agalns the Estate
of said deceased to exhibit them to
the 'undersigned et 220 Cast Ca
barrus Street, Raleigh, North Caro
lina. on or before the I6tb day ot
June, 1946. or this notice wlU he
pleaded In bar of tbetr ncovery.
Ail persons Indebted to the said
Estate will please make ImiruMkate
This 16th day of June, 1945.
F. J. CARNAGE. Attorney
June 22. 26-July 6, 13, 2^
Having qualified as executor of
he Estate of William Scott, deceas
ed. late of Wake County, North Car
olina. this is to noti^ all persons
having claims against the Estate of
'Uid deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 410 Baker Street.
Raleigh, Non . Carolina, ob or be
fore the 16th day of June. lOM, or
; this notice will be plead^ in bar
'' f their recovery. • •
All persons indebted to the said
Estate will please make immediate
This the 16th day of June. 1945.
H. C. HIGH, Executor
F. J. - Carnage, Attorney .
June 23. 2d-July 6, 13; 30, 39.
IN ."HE SUPERIOR COURT ■
NATHAN J. SLEDGE
The defendant. Roxana Sledge,
will take notice that a.i action en
titled as' above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Co>trt of Wake
Coun^, North Carolina, to obtain
an absolute divorce on. the.^oqpds
9f two years Reparation, as'prdvlfl-
plaintiff and defendant having liv
ed in the Statute of North Car^&a,
ed separate and apart for more th^i
two years next preceding, tbp'r Ip-
stitufion of Ups action, ’ apd that
said defendant will furtitfr lake
notice that she Is cequlred to appear
at the office of the Clerk of'ihe
Superior Court of Wake Couaty,
North Caco}ir»a, in the Courthoube In
Raleigh, North Carolina, on theBSrd
day ot July,- 1946, or -srtthln -^irty
days thereafter, and anewer 'Or de
mur to (be complaint ol skid'acf
tion, or the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief depianiM
in said compbdnt
This 39th day of June^ 1945.
SARA ALLEN. Asslctgnt * ..
Clerk of Superior Coort
June 22, 39-July 6. 18. > .
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
ZANA B. SThOUD
VS. . ~-
ANDRRSON STROUD ■ ' *
NOnOB ' .,f
THE DEPENDANT. A,n(^l)l^
Stroud wUI take hotice that
tion entitled a$ above has beoiLci^
menc^d lii fhe Superior Court
Wake County, I^orth Carolina, to
obtain an atoolute divorce on
grounds of two years separatioOi'M
provided In the Statute of North
RED CROSS S( liOOI.
•ic.i our cii.-l .mer' AfiT; Lusi- "»ne- .uan uica on
„...s.s ..-a.., ..vi'i, ^.11 ..CTvi-d wilt. ■'"‘■r '■".'■■'’■u i-"'" s'"-'
icf cold -duoev .lli ii.-dly pur-
Mi,ss M Riivni.r, Mr.. H.ph Avery, iI'n 'y H"" c on Hoy
Mrr. H. ldc.-i i.iid Mr^ Soiidcrr ii ..I- ^ ,
ni-fcl to Clinton Ttic.'dny, i A ptiy'ncmn stilted ttint the im-
y I tru;ujul«- c.iiisf ijf Ander.sun s death
?0,iii)0Tll S'lUDENT Tt) E.N'TER I was hypustatic pneumtmia, cimijli-
1 Ciilt'd by uremic poisoning, but he
;;ilso lold officer.s tliat vlien he first
WASHINGTON D L — Monroe fx;-mincl Ihe rri.n. hi.s mouth and
SlwieiLuid. foi't.u.'i; direelor CIO '’’'’"d were "seored white with
W;ir Ri'li. t Committe. r- iuui iraiiy JWid."
ame from the nink.s -if l.i- Police belie
lo serve GI thioii.uhout Ain r-! r-'ueuiied with carbolic jcid or
Red Crohs SiHin the 20.(i00th other poison.
ri-y an extra bond!
• that Am;.
By TED WATSON
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t.’iight to hate, cannot be forced to
.love other people, though they can
be m-irie t* respect the rights of
'Others, On the other hand, people.
I (Specially children, who have no
.attitudes, can be taught to love ana |
I respect others, just os they are.
I taught to hate and disrespect others.
Ill is n .steady, and well-directed
hand steered by a vicious mind that
i keeps tl>e blue flames i.f racial
I prejudice, and its consequent eco
nomic. political and social evils,
alive and burning,
i How the Negro can achieve his
'objective in the United States, how
he can win real freedom ~ free
dom to move from place to nince
I unhampered and unrestricted —
I ha.' never been delinilcly outlined.
Perhaps the one person wh> ha'
been most positive in projecting
an idea is A Philip Randolph, in-
lcrnt!tion:i! prc.sident of (he Br’-lh-
erbood of Sleeping Car porters,
and director of ihe March On Wash
ington Movement Mr. Randolph's
thesis is summed up in the pro- [
of the March on Wa.shingt')n '
Protestant. anii-Holy Holler, or anti-
"Just ns the Jews have the Zion
ist Movement fighting on their
special problems, the workers have
Irade sjplons dealing with their
specific problems, women hove
their movements handling their
special prokfnms; 3o the Negro
needs an all-Negro Movement to
fight to solve his specific problems.
Mr. Randolph argues. "But the
general problems like war and
peace child lavor. workmen’s com
pensation. low rent, better schools.
brlt'’r police protection, lower
taxes." he said, "concern everybody,
and Negroes. Cath -lies. Jews, tratlo
unloni.'ts. women etc. can join In
common civic movements."
The labor leader mode it plain
that this does not mean that Ne-
Rroes should not help the workers,
the Jews, and Catholics, to break
down the barriers of prejudice
against them or that they, 'n turn,
should not support the Negro’s
fight for his rights; but it does
mean that any minority group
Huns li.del.Ld v41..Ul Will
make immediate payment.
Tliis SOth day of June, 1945.
(Mrs.) Lucy Fuller James,
Ho N. State Street
Raleigh. N. C.
July 7. 14. 21, 28-Aug. 4. 11.
Having qualified as admini-
slrator of the estate of Ida M.
R.i&sell, deceased, tliis is to noti
fy all persons having claitns
aga.ist the estate of said deceas
ed t' present them duly verified
to th' undersigned on or befc^e
the 3. U day of May, 1946 or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
any recovery. All peisons Indebt
ed to said estate will please make
This 31st day of May. 1945.
F. J. CarnaMc. administrator,
EL'tate of Ida M. Russell.
June 1, 7. 14, 21. 28; July 5.
Public conveyance.'; are your conveyances. Do avoid strewing them
.. - »»•
I ■ I I ■
ZANA B. SThOUD
ANDERSON STAOUD /
THE DEPENDANT. AmdtrtfiiO
Stroud wUl take hotice thai an Ac
tion entitled as above has b««a.'c(nln*
mence'd In the Superior Court'01
Wake County, North Carolina, to
obtain an absolute divorce on 1**
grounds of tv o yean separationr ai
provided la the Statute of Nortk
Carolina, plaintiff and defendant
having lived separale and apart idf
more than two years next psecMt-
ing the Institution at this aettem
and that the said defendant Will
further take notice that he U
quir^ to appear at the office 44
the (5ierk of the Superlcx Caurl'^
Wake County. North Carolina. kl
the Courthouse ia Raleigh, notUi
Carolina, on the 23rd day of J\4t>
1945, or within thirty dayt there
after. and answer or demur to the
Complaint of said action or ttii
plaintiff will apply to toe court
(or (he relief den'-aoded in taU
This 19th day of June, 194b.
SARA ALLEN. AssIsMin
Clerk of Superior Court
F. J. CARNAGE, Atty.
June 22. 29-July 13.
Having qualified as admintstrg-
trix of the estate of Leah X^e
Gorham. late of Wake Cotuttyi
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims agaip^
the estate of said deceased to pre
sent them duly verified to th'C
undersigned on oy before the
day of June. 1946 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of any re
covery. AH persons indebted io
aaid estate will please make set
This 13th day of-June. 1945
Mts.> Addle G.-Logan, Ad
TO SELL SWEET GEORGIA BROWN
HAIR DRESSING POMADE
a tWfCT QIOROI*
(arSWCKT OCOmiA •■0«N Ka,a
ronada. H-r K.lpar. Btaarh Oran.
Span lima ur Full
rr> m.W a day m up U STM*
•r and addraaa
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Having qualified as executor of
e estate of WilHam Ruaattt, de-
ceaseii, thb Is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to present
them duly verified to the tmder-
signeu on or before the 31tt -day
of May, 1946 or this notice will
be pleaded In bar of anv reeov-
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make settle
This 31st day of May. i94S.
F. J. Carnage, fedsninistratpr
Estate of William Russell.
June 1, 7. U. 21. 39; July 6.
Having qualified as administra
tor of the Bstatp'of J. P. Rainee, He-
r*a'pd. late 'nf Wake County. North
Carolina, this Is to notify all p*-
•ons having claims against the
^stnte of the said deceased to'pre
sent them duly verify to the ui^r-
signeci at 538 East Lertoir Street on
nr before the POth dav of March.
1946. or this notice will be pleaded
In bnr of any recovery.
AH nermns indebted to said Estate
will please make settlement prompt
This 20th dev of March. 1949- ’
A. B. RAINES. Administga-
tor of Estate. n( j. p. Ralnts
P. J CARNAGE Atttwnir'
1 28, 39; April 9, 11. 89. M.