North Carolina Newspapers

W. J. Kennedy Takes Oath Of Office
Give White And Negroes
Good Wages And It Will Be
Solved, Says Gov. Arnall
Ali ul ihe Swuth’s current-iHa
4rt « diieci leaalt o( puverty, me
race pioLiem tnciuded, Goveriui
tills Ainull ot Ge>jr^ia eliaijirs iu
a Signed aiiieie in the cuiient la-
sue bl Cullier's, in which he de-
laounces lazy suuthein guvemineiii,
(he pull tax. and deina-
gOautk whv mouse racial hatreds
III foiecaililig (hat ttm Suuth is
soon tu idKe ht-r place in the indus
trial wuild and "achieve her prop
er destiny, Cuveinoi Ainal dc-
klaies that any plan tu cure the
&->ulh ui iis ilU must, as "its first
orrtei uf Puaiiiesi, uriiiB about j
higher aveiage incuine fur both
white and Nettioea.
"The South has suffered wiin
Jiiteriority,' Goveroiir Arnall says.
"The aveiage American annual In*
Cuine at the time of Hearl Harbor
was SOH. In the Suuth it was $314.
The avfiage Negru income was
considerably luwer. No plan to cure
the South of its ills will succeed
vhich dues nut make that differen
tial Its first order i>f business.
"The so-called race questicn is
«ii economic »nc, nut s.’cial. Pay the
Negro good wages fur his work, give
him the uppurtunity to demonstra'e
his own capacity tu learn, work
and earn, give him hU Cunstitu*
ttuiial right.c and you have solved
this distorted so-called race prob
lem Onl» the demagogue tries to
make political capital of social
eguality. of racial iiuermurnage. '
Governor Arnall predicts that
once the South becomes "Rennine-
ly prusprruMS, so that there is eco
nomic opportunity for every clti-
len. white and black, the two races
wtll live on friendly terms" He
then charges that the South's low
income is res|)onsible for scjualid
housing, liiadequtue diet, the dis
ease and high mortality rate of
the Negro citisen.
The Georgia governor calls ex-
Govfmor Kugene Talmadge. whom
he defeated a' the polls, a 'dicta-
tci" and '*more than anything else
a labblr louser," and declares that
"the south has at times given the
rest of the country reason tu think
uf sonie of hei governors as clowiu
jiul uf sume ot hei legislaiuies as
Juiiiliiatej tjf chailatans ana seals
The Georgia legislature he re-
cjiN, took dictatorial powers fik.m
(he guVeriU'i, hilled the "panl’j!i
racket. ' refuiined the "infamous pri
son system," and gave suffrage tu
citizens of ig within the first 21
days of his administiatiun, and lie
predicts that Georgias forthcom
ing new constitution will piolnbil
■the already discarded poll tax."
"It Isn't good to hear (he screams
(gainst abolishing the pull lax," he
(avs. "coming from the politicians
wlio are afraid that the men uvei-
eas fighting for their right to
scream niay vote the amount uf sine-
In denouncing "lazy government
in the Smith, Governor Arnall points
to the long fight aguimst high freight
rates in the South us set by the In-
erstate Commerce Commission.
When the ICC declined to lower the
high rates, year after year, he
charges, "our officials shruggiKl
Iheir shoulders, exhibited the palms
of their empty hands and in too
many Instances went buck into their
Co\*-rnor Arnall recalls that the
I U. S. Supnine Court, i.t his request.
I lias agreed to sit as a jury to lis-
' ten to the State of Georgia argue
ithr* the high and discriirvinutory
' freight rates are depriving the
.South of her Constitiitioniil rights,
i and then says;
"The Interstate Commerce Com-
, iiislslon suddenly admits that the
, setup is unfair Suddenly, after all
these years. fT rules tnat beginning
• August 30th. rates fur the South
I shall diop ten per cent, and rates
i for the North increase ten per cent.
Why At last w» are awake, fight-
1 ing.
"We do not ask for Industrial de-
veh pment. for example, at the ex-
; peiise uf any other section of the
I country. . but with the elimina-
1 tlon uf unfair and discriminatory
freight rates, certain industries will
mevitabiy cun( to the Suuth —
W'CMleiis. wood pulp, ceramics, plas
tics. metallurgy."
h.\i,kh;ii. .n', c.
Claude Pepper uf Florida appar
ently has relinquished his bitter
utlitude .against the (Irogress of
the Negro, us was observed during
the unforgettable FEPC bottle, and
i has accepted the leadership of the
coalition aim is the uboli-
' tion of the poll tax in the Senate
Thi- coalition, comprised of vig
orous representatives of both par
ties. include Senator Homer Fer
guson 'Ri of Michigan. Jamis
Mead iDi of New York, .Arthur
Capper iR. of Kansas, Harley M
Kilgore 'D.* of West Virginia, and;
Wirren O Magmison 'Dj of Wash
ington. j
The disgraceful performance of I
the now-famou$ fillibusters. Bilbo |
and F.astland. against the FFPC.
drew only disgust from Mrs Kalh-1
enne Shryver. executive secretary |
' f the National C.imirittee to .^bnl-
.ish the Poll Tax. who believe th.ii
'lemiK-ratic-mirided Senat-irs hav :
seen for themselves that such ”ir- •
responsibility Is made possible by '
poll tax di.Kfranchisement." and
that members of both Houses mus'
I realize more fully now "the threat;
j to majority representative gov'Cm- '
menl in the poll lax than any occur-
, lerice n recent years"
CIO headTavors
l‘KAISi;i) FOR Y(0KK
IN SHAW drivf;
PACRequests Support Of
FEPC As Pledged By Parties
Neffro Rand To Welr.ome DAICC lU umnco
Shaw ITiiiversity's New Devel
opment Campaign headquarters
recently paid high tribute to
Charle.( A Haywtiod, Sf.. Chair
man of the Raleigh Negro Cam
paign division, for his nul.tand-
Ing .services in the local
SimulUinenusly. the headqi
announced that the amount of
money subscribed by Raleigh
Negro c, izens is more than a
ffturth of the current quarter-
million dollar gv;al.
The campaign to raise $250.-
OOO for the erection of an ad
ministrative building and a dor
mitory was launched in Raleigh
early In the year.
URHAM "• The recent appoinl-
by Governor R (Iregg Cherry
illiam M. Rich, superinteni-
of Lincoln Hospital, Durham,
member uf the state medical
commission, recently created
ict of the General As.sembly,'
1 well he Considered a sing i- i
honor to the race.
Rich will be the only Negro
ei of Ihe commission whose'
will be that of disbursing!
194(1-47 the total of one mil-
dnllars fur medical care of the
t of the state,
expenditure of p $.‘H),000-loa'»
established for medical stu-.
•Iso w'ill be one of the re-'
itie.s of the commission,
’•F tl'c supervision over a far-;
reaching medical .service and hos
pitalization proRnirr already in ef-.
feet in North Carolina This pro
gram includes the conslructiGn of
hospitals throughout the state where
neded with the' aid of state funds.
Formerly of N irfolk. Mr. Rich
has resided here for about 25 years,
and prior to his acceptance of the
siiperintendency of the Durham
I NEW YORK — Rvqustiag that
Robert Haiinegun and Herbert
Brownell, chairman uf the Democra-
! tic and Republican parties, call
special meetings of their nutoinal
I commitees and "declares publicly
I their support for a permanent Fsrir
' Employment Practice Committee,*'
the National Citizens Political Ac
tion Committee today emphasized
, in letters to the party leaders that
' they have "a responsibility to the
country and their parties to use
their full authority, and prestige u>'
carry out party pla'^orms and
The letters in the party chieftains
a.sked for prompt replies as to ac
tion that could be expected. Signed
oy Elmer A. Benson. Chairman of
National Citizens PAC'.s executive
.•ouncil, the letters were accompan
ied by a committee statement out
lining the grave crisis in race and
religious relations.
Benson, in St. Louis, one of 19
cities he is visiting on a cross-coun
try trip to discuss with local lead
er* incumbents and candidates
worthy of independent .support in
(he 1945 rongressional elections,
told a press conference. "We are
unalterably opposed to any mem
ber of the CongreM '•r any candi
date for Congress who would use
the floors of the House and Senate
as sounding boards for Hitlers race
theories" Benson demanded that
"the political parties adhere to their
platforms." and warned, "failure to
do s'> will result in the loss uf
faith of millions of independent
DURHAM — “Any citizen In
North Carolina who is denied job
opportunities on account of iiis
race or color, ha.s a just complaint
against society and must be accord
ed a hearing." said Governor R.
(Jregg Cherry in his opening re
marks Ilf an address on opening day
of the three day .-econd annual
c.nference on Race Relation* at
North Carolina Culltge here on
July 11.
The topic of the confi-rence was
Race Relations and Ihe Problems
n| Earning a Living'
Continuing, the Gi’vemor observ
ed that ’ ll is a part of the Ameri
can creed that a man ought to be
able to rise according to hlx merits
and competence, and the encourage
ment, and a wide open road must
go to ability and character.
Dr. James E. Shepard, president
of the college and Dr. N. C. New-
bold. director of Negro education,
co-ordinated in making the plans
for the conference.
On Thursday. Dr Mabel C. Car
ney. pr ifessor -emeritus of educu-
,.>n r-nlMfnhi,, rrnit-nr«itv l*H .1
RALEIGH - W. J. Kennedy. Jr,
vice president of the N. C. Mutual
Life Insurance Company, Durham,
was sworn in as the Negro member
of the newly organized Recreatioa
Commission along with R. L. Mc
Millan of Raleigh, who was elect*
ed chairman In its first organisa
tion meeting which convened di
rectly after the commission was
sworn in Wednesday morning Id
the Governor's office.
Other members of the Commis
sion are;
Mrs. John G. Hewitt of Charlotte,
Charles W. Gunter of Gastonia,
Montgomery Hill of Greensboro,
the Rev. Charles S. Hubbard of
Roseburu, and J^n C. Mackerell wt
Banner Elk.
John R. Larkin. Consultant on
Negro Work, State Department of
Public Welfare, Is serving on the
30-member advisory commission,
which will serve the Recreation
Cummiiuion In an advisory capacity.
The C^miiilssfon is made up of rep-
n-sentatlves of various activitleie,
I ^ .kUp* and agencies. Covernos
j Cherry. In naming the advisory
commission earlier this month,
I designated Dr. Russell M. Grim-
I rran of Chapel Hill as its chairmap.
The Recreation Commission was
created under a law passed by the
1945 General Assembly. It is author
ized to accept gifts, bequests, de
vises and endowments.
Funds (or the (^ration of the
commission will be supplied from
the Contingency and Emergency
Fund by the Governor and Council
of State.
Ex-officio members are Govemoc
Cherry, Dr. Clyde A. Erwin. State
superintendent of public Instruc
tion; Dr. Ellen Winston, SUte su
perintendent of public welfare, and
R. Bruce Etheridge, director of the
State Department uf Conservitioo
and Development
men chaigr.. iT!.il int SOJlh r "J* '
Income b resjionsiblfe for .••qualid
housing, inadequtae diet, the dis
ease and high mortality rale ->f
the Negro citizen.
The Georgia governor calls ex-
Oovemor Eugene Talmadge. whom
h^ defeated at the polls, a ’dicta-
ict" and "mure than anything else
a labtle lOuser." and declares that
"the .south has at times given the
rest nf the rountry reason to think
of some of het governors as clowns
for the North increase ten per cent.
Why'.' At last w* are awake, fight
"We .'o not ask for Industrial de-
velopmei.t. for example, at the ex
pense of any other section of the
country, .but with the elimina
tion of unfair and discriminatory
freight rates, certain industries will
inevitably come to the South —
wcoleps. wood pulp, ceramics, plas
hes. melallurgy.”
Negro Band To Welcome
Soldiers Who Arrive At
Seymour Johnson Field
GOLDSBORO — The Streets of I strong; Pfc. Addison White, who
Seyniciii Johi.scn Field are now; played with the celebrated Caro-
echoing the sounds of marches and ! lina Coiun Pickers; Pfc. James
flourishes as martial music, long
a iraditional pan of military life,
agiln takes its place at the First
Air Base, with the arrival Wednes
day of 29 members of the 771st AAF
This band Is asulgneJ to wel- |
romt in coniing tiuops, slated for |
redeployment against Japan and to
play at reviews, retreats, and oilier
ceremonies. TFiis band can be di
vided into a iS piece dance orches
tra or two nine piece ensembles.
The "Melody Makers." and the
■'Syncopaiors "
Thr large band will be featured
on SJT radio program "Flying
High" to be aired Tuesday nights
at 9:3u over WGBR
The Orchestra will play at the
field, NCO Club. Service Clubs and
Officers Clubs, also at dances at the
Goldsboro Community
and CSO
Saunders, a tenor saxophonist wno
performed with Phil Moore; CpI
.Alan Williams, a member of Don
Algert’s famous band and Sgt
C. Perkins, formerly with the late'
•»:n If'.l' TUN I.IX. ULiiii»r 111..-
demm-ratic-mindod Senators have
seen for themselvt» that such "ir
responsibility Is made possible by
poll lax disfranchisement,'' and
that members of both Houses must
realize more fully now "the threat
to majority representative govern
ment in the poll tax than any occur
rence in recent years."
CIO hbdTavors
WASHINGTON. U. IL —President
Philip Murray of the Congress of
Industrial Urgaiiizalions today is-
sutS the following slalement on the
inliodtu lioii ol amendments to raise
the vv-ige minimum «jf the Fair La
bor Staiidaids Agl to (15 cent im
The no welcome the introdui.--
lion a fairendments to raise the
wage floor now in lh« Ftdr Labor
Standards Act to 05c an hour as
ail acl of justice to lU million Amei -
icai; workeis and as good sound
economic sense to the entire nation
Susbstundard wages such as are
tw - aid to inilliv.s o' Anierlcai '
man of the Raleigh Negro Cam
paign division, for his outsund-
Ing services in the local dri*"*
SimulUmeously, the
announced that the amount of
money subscribed by Raleigh
Negro citizens is more than a
fourth of the current quarter-
i million dollar goal.
The campaign to raise $350,-
j 000 for the erection of an ad-
minislralive building and a dor
mitory was launched in Raleigh
; early In the year.
! Mr. Haywnod. ;• prominent Ra-
i leigh citizen, Is manager of the
Raleigli Funeral Home. He is n
member of the board of direclors
1 of the Mechanics :inQ F:irmcr3
i B:ink, a member of the advis»*ry
committee of the I.oc;il Draft
Boards, and :i member of the Ra
leigh Housing Authority.
Uli« Ihc commUelon ;» h, I9M c"n«rmlon«l clecllont ^ ^
loss of On Thursdoy. Dr. Mabel C. Car-
and prior to his acceptance of the , do so
result in the
of the
Durham ■ faith of
Walter Hornes. mean a substandaid economy.
I'np military band b: directed by Workers -eceived less than a decent;
«WOJC) James O B Mosley, who mtninium are not going to be able i
alter taking his A B. degree at to buy the goods and services that j
Morehouse College, in Atlanta. Oa. must be sold to avert am.thn .-co-
puisued graduate studies in music noirlc depres.Mon worse than any
at Chicago Music College, from w'e h;jve previously felt
which he h«lds a teacher’s certifi
cate and the University of Mich
An experat performer on several
instruments, he has more than iSu
compositions tu his credit.
Senators I’epper and Wagner and
those associateti with them deserve |
the full support of all Amurictins
who want to see tlieir counliy pro-.-
uerous now and In the postwar.
Paris — The United States Arroy period. ^ .u.,'
Building! disclosed recently that .188 Amer- Army aVthiirities tcleased the;
'ican soldiers died between January statistics as emphasis in warning i
The dance groups of the 771st are 1 and July to in France and Ger- ; American soldiers to be extreme-
sparked with piVOessional talent many from drinking wood alcohol ly careful where they get tnei ^
which includes Sgt. Julius WaUon. disguised, chiefly by "bootleggers." drinking liquor. They said me |
leader of the 15 piece outfit, former- ■ as drinkable liquor. deadly drinks were produced cnie •
- The death toll was greater than ly bootleggers, who added flav-
thut taken by communicable djs
bac. .aa=>
Labor’s Voting Strength
Tested In Detroit Primary
Nvw York. N. Y. — Buoyed by
sweeping victories scored by la-
bui-end6rsed candidates in muni
cipal elections Ihruugho it the na
tion. CIO Political Action Com
mittee officials lock forward to
the August 7 primary in Detroit.
Mich., as a maior of laboi'j
political strength in an off-pres:-
dt ntial election year.
Labor and political observers
,arc also focusing attention on the
'November mayoralty race in New j(,„
millions of independent ney. prafessor -emeritus of educu
ho believe thor-,tUm. Columbia University, led a
Ilvelv discussion concerning prob
lems of earning a living in a small
town ns affected by education and
race relations.
Thursday afternoon members of
the conference heard an address by
Howard Colvin, acting director of
conciliation service cf the United
States Lepartmenl of Labor, on the
subject. "In What Way Can Labor
Groups Aid In Race Relations and
the Problems of Earning A Living."
J. A. Thomas, director, depart
ment of industrial relation. Natlon-
;al Urban League. New York City,
'directed a discussion of the problems
I of the Negro war workers anJ
; their subsequent problems during
' ‘he reconversion period.
During Friday's ses-slon. Elmer
Carter, member of the Five Man
..Governor's Commission to insure
autopsy will be | FEPC, pointed
ilie body of David P. Sutton, out the relation between Negro
VLCb etwiJwmeBiB ■ -
Fund* for the operaUon at
commission will be supplied
the Contingency and -
Fund by the Governor and Cowncil
of State.
Ex-officio members are Govemoe
Cherry. Dr. Clyde A. Erwin. SUle
superintendent of public Initruc-
Uon; Dr. Ellen Winston. SUte a^
perintendent of public welfare. aM
R. Bruce Etheridge, director of tn*
State Department of Conservition
and Development
CHICAGO — A Chicago infan
tile paralysis expert warned this
week that the common house fly
can transmit ihet disease to hunun
Dr. Dallas B. Phemitter. chairman
ol the medical odvlscry comnUfe#
of the Cook County Chapter of the
national foundation, said experi
ments demonstrate the absolute
need for protection ol food troin
the flies.
He said a series of studies at Yale
York City where the CIO-PAC. Friday of this week in Sulis-i slums and low income. His sugges- T^lutSy
■ fori from natural causes or as a result i j automatically follow rings. tesU with
■ - ’ ‘he conclusion almost inesc .
He saU that the paliomyellt^
virus previously had been shown
Mayor State Lazarus Joseph for . irom iiaiuai — - jsiums wouia auiomuiicauj' inae/»onBhi**
Comptroller ard Vincent Impel-i^f ^ blow on the head by O. Z.'higher wages, he said. A panel
liitori for president of the City - • ••
ly a trombonist with Cootie Wil
liams, T Sgt Carl Frye who dou
bled on the .saxuphone and clari
net for five years with Louis Arm-
troops on the continent in the same • "Scotch," or "gin."
Pictured above is Tecnnician
Fourth Grade Joseph H. Reid, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. David H.
ing an^coi.’ring to methyl alco- Reid ot 527 South East Street, ward E. Jeffries.
.1 ....a «..iH it as "cognac." Raleigh. Reid is a member of the 1 Officially endorsed
liitori for president of the City
Cruncil. The Republican-Liberal-
iFusion mayorallv choice, Judge
Jonah Goldstein, was attacked
last week, by Sidney Hillman,
chairman of CIO-PAC and the
ALP. as being a hand-picked ap
pointment of Governor Dewey.
Special interest is centered up
on the Detroit primary for a lo-
boi official. UAW vice-president
Richard T. Frankonsteen, has en
tered the mayoralty race and is
con-ceded to be the cnief oppon
ent ofthe incumbent. Mayor Ed
bv the
Jenkins, 55. employe of the City ! discussion followed Mr. Carter’s ad-
Water Works. dress. ''
Sutton was found dead in bed The conference was closed
on July 13. ot hU home at 21 Bragg 1 Friday with an address by BUhop
Street five days after the two men Edwin A. Penick. of the Episc^M
had engaged in an affray, during diocese of North Carolina, on The I
»-hkli Jenkins ullegertly struck the ‘ Contrftutlons ot Church w „“,ram diKlosed that
dead ntan »lth a mtlk_ bottle. It «»« fl "UldVan.mft the
Ev“ery p^uWem the Negro work- ^ food and that
■ was discussed at the conference, .earned into the intestine# on the
worthwhile suagestiona ' food, “thua 'bh .'‘"“' “j*
of solving them we»! in the chain of evidence support
ring the threat to human beings.
believed _. .
probably died from a heart at
tack. since he hod bten examin
ed for the injury and was told and many
that it was not serious. He was .» for means
(Continued on back page)
exist in the intestines of Infected
human victims and that it had been
traced in water and in sewage. It
had been shown that flies carried
92nd Infantry Division and has w^yne County PAC and expected
Four High Point Persons Held
On Manslaughter Charge ,
HIGH POINT -FiW ^rsons-' Ocie Withers and John Henry Crowell Lilly. North Lee Street.
.John C Archie, Willis C. Phifer, I Let, formerly charged with boot- who died July 15.
James Nelson and his wife, Marie-- ' jigging, were released on bond Carrie Archie Douglas. Templeton
“k " ' '• P«"bihg h h.uring. stmh. who diud July 16.
charged witli manslaughter In con-;^,„,^ , , # d- ^ a a isuio Willis row
n.con will, Ih. duath. of II p«r. /h' lu,a of a groa, ■luuidlty of R.charf Archly 1261) W.llU .ow,
ton. Iron, poison alcohol. phIfer s; “kohol from Ihy plan! hod been rc- "b"/iled July 16.
bond was sel al JS.OOe. and those fined earlier by the Alma Desk Alfred Joe. 608 Tale Street, wh
nt tha .iihar rige/aaitriui.x 1,1 Oiiu Compaiiy to Chief J. A. Lowdermilk. died July 12 „ „
of ibe other defendants al $3,000 employe at this James Lawrence ones. 1203 Hoov-
Archie and Phiefer are accused' Concern Three of Archie's children er Street, who died July 13.
of .teatag d.n™rl5 alLhu. victims ol the drink, havlug Elnora Polite 1 05 Downing
•''i"r;^tr‘“m'p7jd*u;e‘‘.'’S “t, 'the “''of Snlicitor Lee '"wl'uiom “NoMs. Mo Woodbury
dealing drink called "smoke" The 1 Wilsjn autoposies weie performed Avenue, who died July 14.
N.Ss alrUTfev^ W h“e pur on .he bodies of John Henry Archie William Baldwin IS Brouka
chalri orantSes oT' -moke" Iran and Charlie Davis and specimens Slreet. who died July 14
*K« tartgi rg..«tri it of slomBcli tisuss Will tw seot to Theodore McRae, ll5 Perry
r«- ••ntly been awarded the com'
mei riatoin below:
Cl "ATION. "During the period
26 O''ober 1944 to 2 May 1945.
Techni ian Fourth Grade Reid's
perforn.-d i.utstanding services
as Mail t *erk in Parcel Post, Reg
istry and Stamp Division. Army
Post Offict 92 He handled thou
sands of Pi kages for troops who
were norm, ly unable to proper
ly post the (. As n result of his
careful hai iling of parcels few
requests fu: tracers ,ir claim have
been made on the Post Office.
Techniciui. Foulr hGrade Reid's
... receive the backing nf the
Michigan Citizens Committee. Ne
gro and other progresssive groups.
Frankonsteen carrie.s the hope.s
of workers who are fast seeing
rU'’.roit. the nation’s number of
production center, turning int,T
I the nation's top reconversion
'headaehe, Frankonsteen has made
r( conversion and full employ-
menl the main aims for past-war ‘
' Jeffries was condemned nation
allv for his anti-Negro stand ’
ing the 1943 camoaign follo’
the race riots in that city,
Bankers Hold Successful
Convention In Durham
DURHAM — The announcement pj Winston-Salem; L. D. Brocks of ^Carolina farmers have a diverai^^
that Negro-owned and operated j^e Union National Hank of Char ; products and ralM more of menk •
banks in the United States have j„,te' J. Y. Green. Jr., assistant, Mr. H»ne*. who delivered ta«
aboul trebled their resources with- auditor of First and Merchants Na-1 principal addr^. declarea iMi
‘ T’JV.r in ihe ri'>nal Bank of Richmond. Va,;. private
H. Mitchell, president of the educational director! banka must take the J®*'*-
Industrial Savings Bank of Wash-j^e North Carolina Mutual LiJ-ivlce and guidance to
■ ington. D. C. at the annual meeting insurance Company, and greetings i matters Of finance JJ*
duty in 'he registry diyirion^has sought to Negni BankerTNallonal As- Spmdding. president of | may really have ;
been superior;
occurred since the
office was
a.,.A. .V. .wn... nf ine (Negro nanne** 4n«»iiwi»o» bv C. t., apauiaioK. picniun,, »» . / ,
groups bv a •‘‘"'Tf. sociation held here last week m host bank, the Mechanics and . stead of faclsm.
. r >» stx-iaiion neio nciy ••• nosi oana. uje ivivw4.«
Tho rao.: '"■ Slooford L. Wocron Llbroiy. Book ol thi- city
Brooks explained the GI
iipeiied. The courteous attention believe, however, that the over- '® session Wednesday eve- his illustrated lec-’loan program. Mr. Green spokt on
and professional advice rendered (ures will not wipe out the Yriem- . w jj .be B N. Duke Wayne - ii “internal Bank Operations." »nd
all patrons reflects^ high on the of Jeffries position in 1943 North Carolina Col Lure pointed out hove the Relations' was the topk
standards of the Postal Service Frankonsteen will draw' a reserve system keeps banking alive' navs discussion
"r„m. „1 Ih, o„H.„di„6 feojure. ’ke^« .ho Durham Ch^
Of the meeting included an Ulus- /'J ^ minimum., of the National Negro Busina
trafed lecture on ■’Deposit Trends ^ ^ ^ exchanged ?deai on
-4. 1—J- "Postwar Outlook for Negro Bun-
and Arnimed Force*."
Major General. U- S. Army
istzeable Negro vote.
' Besides Frankonsteen other la
bor-hacked candidates in the pri-
mar yinclude Trarv Doll, sec.
of the Wavne County PAC. Lt.
and‘Bond Investments." by
"'n„w°,wo"J?L7’of,hl 13 Who f tSSt “ir exoininsUb., A Slrwl, who d.vd July 14
ccnlilied the beveroge suivived proposal to exhume the other bod- John Heury Arehte, 206 Cecil
Schie w toWUy and permanently les has not as yet been approved , street, who^died July
blind as a rssult ol drinking the officially. .
“ J The death, list ;s as fbUows:
Wayne, president of ,the Federai
rve Bank of Richmond. Va,: In a colored movie. Mr. Hunter
address by Gordon C. Hunter, of the Roxboro Bank,
of the
, CharUe Davis, 103 WUlia Bow,
iwho died J'uiy Id-
This is a testimonial of much Oeorge Edward, inclumbent. and
value tu Soldier Reid and certain- Charles A, Hjll. popular Ne-
ly htimuluting to all who read jrj.,, clergyman.
>*f him Thou>aiiri.% of our b4iys, those unreeisterea is prin.-«-'-u,nK „ • Amaviation a4..~ or, -
like Soldier Reid, are nerving in and the entire political action ma- ^ Dresldenl of the have been Improved by judicious
a commendable way on land, on chinerv has been marshalled be- Robert M. . P_ _ that wnrih
sea and in the air. i (Continued cm bacs page)
clereyman. Repistralion ol "J North Corolinj best.raled rural bonks in the coun-
unr,..,stered_ m^priwiuximk ‘SLtlo.lon, and talks by try. showsd how form o^foUo"*
Robert M. Hanes, president of the have been
Wachovia Bank atid Trust Company bank loans. He suggested that North
At the elecUon of officers at the
close of the meeting, Mr. Mitchell
was succeeded by Lorimer D. Mfl-
ton of the Cltiiens Triwt CwnptHJ
(Continued on back pM*)

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