1 1 RTIf S
j.,Birth certificate*!; tar babies borr
rfi t!i‘ following coupi*. were reg
i.lijed in Ihe office of the Wok a
kjuuty He*jib Department durii
, liC 1 pct fc : t xv(‘ck:
Rufus H. .Jones and Mrs. F.nn
() .rtun .Tones. Apex. If out e 1 > •
enl. Jaccjui line Ho.a a. January 4.
Will'.in': Roberson and Mrs. S.d
fie price Kobe.!'son. Holly Spring.?
daughter. who was not naiv.ai,
Moses Vick, and Mrs. Evt i line
Merys Vicks, Route 2. Zebulon, a
sal, Moselle. Dec* mliet 27.
A'.'Unit Jones and Mrs. Quee.i
'.Vilkeiw i Joins. Route 1. Zebulon,
a c!au Jt; r. Joyce. Jnrttlrry 11.
Ernest H. i.eak and Mrs. Adda'
Fields I. ok. Route- 2. Raleigh. '•
idij. Daniel Ernest January 9-
James Coefield and Mrs Marie
Bdakrr Co;.field I-I -ily springs. :
a , dang!her, who was not man
, January 30.
Joseph Wilson and Mrs. Luci!' ■
Clay Wilson. Apex, a daughter,
art.-, phlnc January 2!i.
Jam; ■■ Sylvester Hnirington and!
Mrs. Fle-ri no H>untei Harrington
Apex. Rente 3. a son. William Oh-
Hugh Bullock and Mrs Ruby Mi
t. in Bullock, a son. Algernon
Chmmon Garner and Mrs. Et- j
lit Benders Garner, Route 1 Willow :
.wirings, a baby son. Bobby OF n.
•\lph Bunch and Mrs. Ruth
Bunch. Route 5. Raleigh, a son. 1,-.-
,oy, January 5.
Patrick House and Mrs Louis.
Frizzell Rouse Route I. Monisvilln.
. daughter. Gcaldiite January '7
Ru-S' 11 Coffin and Mrs. lot/
Lyon Coffin Route 1. Morrisvi’Je, a
son, Edgar Lee. January 20.
Is! reuse to marry wo issued
<w> inn pics during , . past woe!
yCCordii,:; ot records of I-Umier i-J
• irgfon. Wake County legist r -n
dc.ds They ore Leroy Avery <
Route 1 Garner, and Yi-ss Edn.
i Ke.. ;; v Louisbui-a v .
we rc i.vucd license o.i February
7 and B.vnuin Crews Jr. 1802 is.
[4lh Street. Winsio.i-.Stitent, an i
Miss F.ielvn \V. Wright, Frank!.n
ton. February 54.
vxn-i ntix noth t:
FAYING qualified ;,s Kseculi i •
oJ ..■ } 1 1 - of PnL . W How,
f< c iM'd. laic Os W. i.c Count;.
N :r.h Carolina. V - is ‘o notify hi
prr«ons having claim- against ik
Ksi.rie of said decease- to < xr.ib.t
them *•> the un-.li digued at' IJ
r-.-adev St of Ral--rh’ N. I <rn Mr
Li fore te* j7l h cay < t February.
1549. nr this m-tiec will be plt-adi
in ear of lheir rcrov* y Ail pt r
sons indebted to the Estate wilt
pl-. ase tnaki immediate payment
This, nth' day o, Fec-niary i<l4"
CARRIE R DAWSON
Kxce ut i ix
F J. CARNAGE Atte'.-iny
r’i : 21 26-Alarch !> 13. 20 27
HAYING QUALIFIED Km
cuti o of the p.-iute of Ada I . v
Smith, decease**-;. late of W;
O -only. North Carolina, this ?■-
to noi>'\ all persons bavin.;
claims against the Estate of said
r;ece.-,red to tex'-ribi* their to th
undn .signed at 6 North Tar bn >
Street. Raleigh. North Carolina,
oh or before the 6th day of Feb
ruary. 1-943. or this notice will
be pleads a ;n bar of their recov
ery. All p. : ms indebted t:> the
33kta ic will please make immedi
Th;' ! Ith day of Fobruat. 1945
Ulysses S. Rogers, Executor
F J Carnage. Attorney
j 1 --luory 14. 2). 22: March 8, 13,
t ? >MI Vis TR A TRIX \ OTIC F;
Levin;; qualified as executrix
- i the estate of Bi -;-t. E. William.
- ."’ceased late of Wake County, N
C.. this is to notify .-ill persons h,;\
mg claims ayams, the estate of sai l
deceased to exhir; them to Ell
rSbeth W. Johnson. 1303 West Third
Street Greenville. N. C on or be
fore Ur: 24th day of January. UK-;
or this notice will be pleaded m
bar of their recover;. ATI person.-
-sdebted to trie estate will pleat. ’
make immediate payment.
This 24th dav of J; nuary 1543
ELIZABETH TV. JOHNSON.
Jen, 31-Feb. 7, 14 21. 28- March 6.
AoivrrvisT* \tivf. notice
HAVING QUA I,i FLED ;>s Ad
ministrstor C. T A.. r> B N. of tin
Estate of Maggie .Hiniurt Brinkley,
deeosed lute of w-ki- Count,.
North Carolina this is to notify all
persons having claims agninal the
Ertrtfc of raid deceased to exit'd.-.
tHorn to the ui)ders.;;*nodl at 115 1-2
East Hargett Stroc: HBlcinh. • No; fii;
Carolina, on oi before the 301 h da;- 1
of December. 1948. i>- this noln-t;
will toe ptetided in bar of t telr ,e
--"overy All persons indebted to ih
Estate will please make immedi;. c
This I'ith Hwy of .Tamssirv. !943
F. J. CARNAGE. Admin Lira to,
C. T. A , D. B. N.
Jan. 24. 31 -Feb. 7. 14. 21. 23.
1202 E. Martin St.
B, E. WILLIAMS, Prop,
fnNfßmnffiUtffcL»t*.v ' e .s*r 1. 1 ,*uu I'tiHrti iukt.««as3*S
After being tlehi'ed for rnm ■
t 3i;jn a week by inclement wetnhe.
1 the “V" Membership Drive was n
; sunied At the meeting hud M.-«i:•
day nigh< it wus revealed th; i toir
ktekers are making excellent pro
: gross toward the uoal which is "0-i
Ateml'.i vs. Are you t) Member of
In YWCA? If you art. . ;:»e\v .war
mcmbersliip If you art nut. Now ,
the time to 1- come a membe •• Ru
•nembi r, you nccu the ‘Y Tin
Y itc, d;- you.
t OMMITTKI'. OF MANACEMFNT
The Committee of Man aye me!'. 1
met Monday niyht at trie 'Y" wi' 1 :
Mr-, t. F. I’e.-Tin, ehairim.ni. pro
siding. Plans write made for tiv
d dtefttioh of the YWCA buildtn
Mry. Noia Lockhart was nant d
eh lirmnn of the I)ed:e:ii am t’t o
ytam Comraitrr-. After ti e busme •
meetiug, Mrs, Perrin cntcrtaiiidl
i the group in the tivinc room with
i vi rv o Jicious supper. The Veil - ■
sine mo" if was predominant. The
meeting was climaxed b; an impre
sue installation service ted by ,\h
D. M Jarulgan. The oifictrs were
as follow: Mrs. L. t' i’errin. cha. •
man: Miss M. E. Li con, first vice
pasident: Mrs M R McCauie,..
.-ccond vice president; Mrs. Vv. B.
inburden, secretary; Mrs. Bertha
butler, assistant secretary: Mrs.
Nora Lockhart, treasurer.
On Saturday nlte the Washington
Hl-Y Terr.- entertained at a vc
icnutiful ValentitH Party at tha
YWCA. Red end while pap* i
caufh! up by bows and hear*:
dev orated til; game r am and ; ’-
i.'-rs. The couples danced to swee
:. corded music. The playing of va
flows games added to the lifct-viu.-s
of the ev.ning. TheY-Tcens In then
p.otty dresses were charming hu. -
,'ii-ry The group was, enaprr n:.-c
by Miss Mae E. Ligort and Mir.. 3
nv n ? n shower
The \ \V Craa. spe-nsu. ed a
•Lower ; v Mrs RiPh 1- Davii.po. I
•.•ecf.nl bride .o.d Mrs-. Ruby
stroud forme. Executive Diixn.."'
f il i YWCA Tit - fcir e rtceivt
:< \ arrel filled with t.s.fnl kitchc
. A.t.db.. Nil's Stroud rc reived hand
kcichieiY Both iv.cuio. - were d.
i t;i> fnJjv surpi ised
A buffet supper was served Ti.
table was b«-,utiiul wtih a ce.ite.
piece of red and white carnation.-
The Valvit; me Color itv tis procti v
mated. Gamrs c’imnxt.n the eve -
li.u. Mi: - Sadie Cooper \\
"pocket book" contained 5Q arti
i.-lcs wot. the eraud t.‘’ize whic...
v’.'is ‘i flower bowl.
Funeral services ioi Alcxand.-;
Tmtier wh died Febluarv 5 w..
• tr-id at ! y. .R-,, r! SiJms at i «
Momi,r. ,- fieinoon ! las* wr-r-k .. .
followed by interment in the loc. ’.
Mi. Tinner d.ed u. Baltunor.
Md.. and was brought his hoi ,
m Sebru: for fun*ral and burial.
Fin,.! rites te: .Mis- Dorothy Be.
nrit -1 RaUdgh. Route 2. who die .
• n Fel.oi: ry ti. v erc eoi.itwcn..
-.:• m :nc springl.oi : B:rp: st Chine
. 1 Auuuai at 3:00 Monday r.i i.. •
week and foli-owe*! by in;.- rm»i
;- tin church cc-rtieie; y with tn-
Ft\ M. \V. Willi; ms. pastor of th
. hurch, , iiiciatmg.
Funeral s.iw.e f>. Mias Mas
McCoy who died S..TuiPay. Feb...
ut y 0, h id a* t, i .;ncn!nvt,,e
Church m Wake County Mono- .
f last week and ftillowed by inlet
n, it* in the church c; vet
I inal rites tor Joe waiver
died Suiurday. Kei'i-.i.vy 6 w:
C'lnduc'.i'd from the H. 'eigh Fuu
ral Home Chapel on Monday
vs; week and full owed by in'ei -
ment in the Zebuion cemetery
S. (.. (»ets Chaplain
COLUMBIA. S C. i ANP-
Cl:.”; slain Georg* W Williams is
ihe fi-st cbllored chip.Jnir, to be
assigned to the Vet van’s admin.
: rattan hospital here. He was th.
>nly colored officer i ; tht 82 at>-
P-'int; d. appointed i'rofn thi- state
in the regular army. H; is a gn :.-
ustc o; Claflin College and Gam
man Yhpi'dogici/I ;:c.nii,iaj-y Hr: serv
e.i with a lank rcuiment unde
Go:. Patton. He is a Methodist
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Mac’s Master Cleaners
BEN F McCLAMROCH, Jr, Mgx.
122 South Blount St. Phone 3-5492 f
We Pick-Up and Deliver
jlEjcoepi on# be ban* 8f .
ho canisot see j j||^
m Ka ST CABARKUS ST. C. A. HAYWOOD. Owner I
Maple Temple (iiureh
Regular service was held at thi
Maple Tempi** Christian Church
Sunday. Due io the Condition the
\\ oather no services were held or
: the previous Sunday.
Sunday school wax well attend
1 cd and enjoy**.'! by .'ill present.
Fblluwtng Sunday school Fie
morning services began with th ■
! Senior Choi; rendering the music
Due tu the illn of uur parlor,
I the liev. O U Burson, tin* r.ov
iv*.on was dcliv feel by the Rev.
Shipman u£ Shew University. As
! tr-i* the sermon Mrs Lessie Dun
st on sang 1 beautiful sola, "I’d
Rather Have .ft su.s.
The Home Mlast:.*n Society me-;
at 8:00 p.m. with Mrs Lcr.-cdu
Dunslon presiding due to the ill
tte.-,s of the president. This w,.
followed by the evening serve.-
with the seniot choir again ren
dering the music and the Rev.
Shipman delivering the- sermon,
We were happy to have many
‘guests present during the dac
among whom were the Rev. and
Mis. E. Hendrix and Mortis High
The Woman's Club met at the
home of Mrs. Hattie Perry of 027
>S Church Street Monday night
;.l 8:00 with Mrs. S. Gregory,
vice president, presiding in the
first meeting el the year. Follow
mg the business session, a repast
was served by Mrs. Pen* and
daughter. Miss Lizzie Mae Perry.
Next meeting w;!! b* held ~t ti
home of Mr Pei nice Hinton. 304
Carver Street, v hen all member-',
art urgently requested to be
On our iist arc Mr.-.. S.
Williams. Mrs. KsieUa Pulle; .
Mrs. Julia Lc. Junes and Mi:.
The Raleigh Safviy tour w-l?
lender sc-rvices at the church on
tiu fifth Sund. v foi the ’*x*ne ! ':".
f f the ehureii
Members o: .lapit Temple t-x
tend their sympathy to the frur.-
>:> of the late ivi.s. Amut Tisdeii
i t B**2 E. Da*. I'. Street who died
o Si. Agnes Hospital Sunday
Mr and Mr-. George Hinton of
422 S. Hay wo-, i Street left Sun
nay afternoon *.<*: Durham due
the death of Mr Hinton's broihtr..
Robert Leon Sapp celebrate d
his first birthday mi Fehrurrv 11
a. his home at 420 1 2 S. Haywood
Street. He is the son of Mr. ana
Mrs Frank Sapp. Sr.
Both men md women will be
present to p..;: rirs,". ;n the r ;•
vices rendered by -thy
Safety Club at the Maple Temple
no, ■ on Si, id ay, :■ >bruary 2b.
The services ' ;e toe held between
3:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon.
v. Inilia''v| Into AKM
Sororiu at N, (. Ciollc^c
DURHAM - K ;hi honor stu-
Gr'-I wot Snit; -,d into Hupp.
G mo a chapter o. A’i-ha Ka;y,
1 • Is- hone- ‘octet; at a C. Col’,.:*
Ur wo k. acvrrdutg to an an
<ite"n.*emt m from i> \y E F :*.•
i ■Si r.. English rcpaj-iftt. nt head. a!.,,
.dvi or *.f the s"*xdo'.;.*
Rossro* Uru. !-i of 1 1 e nr! - .. ,
idoWL and Alone Coley of Cre. J
nil-. is ri-cr*.tury-treasurv
Ttio otr.*r 'members arc Co; n
Bridloy. Si ivi r of I'hiiadetj;ii;a. pa.
Tw-: ndeiyn Browulet. .* * nior
C, anden S. C , Oscar J ncs. jurie ■
: Lexington. V . Duri.s .VU-Lr- r
junior, os Now Yo-k \ Y Kn.u .
Thompson, junior oi Newark, N
j. m.u M« ble !■ Whiter:;-;.d, 50,,:.;
I ibrar\ Txliibit Held
Vi V, (college Librai \
DU R.I Ay- - T: e SC -. ooi of hbi
ty sciin-re at th; North Carol.n.,
Cell-, g; displayed lav. week a sfcf
- i;f exhibits as a p;in oi : , ,r>-
v. v...•;*•*> <*! N tiomi Nr. ro H : S*i
VV* k in the 1. ; of die , >
ic."* library daily i'-om 2 -c *j j.. ir
Th-r project was in charge oi ~n.
Anna McAden Jonnson’s class
children's literatur.- an :
fared around the ".heme of it r*
week Tar Whole Truit* and N 0,.:
mg but the Truth.’ - The di-•-
. ere enhthxl" T> Negro In Yu::..
Th. Negro in poeiry. Th*- a., a.
Athlete. Negio W'lmei; Tiv r sn 1
Now The N*:g*"o in iviste. - T>;
Non in Sc-cnce. and Th X;
BOARD TO MEET
IN RICHMOND, VA.
Richmond (AGP)—-Tin: natio r
1 al hoard of Phi But,- Sigma. Inc.,
held its first meeting of the year
in the assembly room of the
Sla iahti’l’ hole! !a-t week wit:,
iota Sigma and Lambda chapters
Thu group made plans !■ con
flin t national > ssay contt-si.-
rmong high school .seniors with j
scholarships on the state, region
al and notional level.
In its social action program th
fraternity will participate with
the non-partisan lobby now hi-.* .
conducted by Greek letter organ
jg.at’ohs in W.tslungton
A youth program will be test,
tut i i in conoc at ion with Jitnio.
Achievement. Inc. Unde*" thi:-"
prog: am young people mtero:!*.*,;
m business w '1 be u-gonized c
compani -to gar, pjaetical Un
Judge of Am-- van fie*- enter
prise with emphasis on sides
ntanshio. tm-i kandi.u and man
J'lif* i.oatd cUcidcd that the fra
terhity’s national meeting \\ i’i be
field in split m;.sum Aug 1! !4
in L-.p Angelo; witii Phi Ret ;
Sigma rib Ah ; - i --lac iliap
It: •• as it-. ,st.j
New ciiapu-t - wen .tmhonz <1
ut Benedict co!h g . Columbia. S
C : shr- vc -port La.. Tuskegcv
instiiu,. : Broib lyn , ~'i, and
beat'll co'leve. Washington.
Or. R O J . r m mnional
p.esident. W : r a". : . p’v--d i
Other nata.nul -. ‘filers pta an;
w ore P; . Pdix B.v.wn. vic-a pri -■>
dent. Richmond. Dr Gcorcv W
Hightow* i". treasure!-, Atlanta'
Lymvoi.ri Brown. ; xt.uuiw sc
retary, Richmond: J.tinis C.
Thomas, juiti--. vivo p: csldet-r
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1 bpwt Thuveler* Cheques—fpendable any where, safe every* 1
8 where. If these cheques ■: e lost or stolen, you receive # prompt I
,i' Tbe/te more convenient than personal checks, because I
8 »* Identification is required except your signature. Denoad- 8 i
8 nation* of $lO, S2O, SSO and sloo for only 75* per SIOO 8
1 laiiahnaja charge. <%Qt)*"*e* on sale at dm bunk* |
Mechanics i Farmers Bank
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(iensiis lu port Shows
Vlong luicial Linos
WASHINGTON iANPi The
! median Income' for toon-white lami ,
j lies was t;>r b*l')w that cf tee whil*
i j.-upulgtion aceordiug to facts rc- 1
willed in the cu'-rmt noouiatiu-; \
.p,i’ U oa censumer v-.conic ior
1948 just rcleus d by the U S Be-,
i;au of the Census
for the nation a- <i whole tn<* I
■ median income i- S2.CO’.S for in
dividu.-dr ,nct [amine . $2.74! tan
white- on! only sLf>fl2 for non-'
:iirs t-'amily incori-i- medians ;■
S,..f)7ii for tie nation. $3,094 (or
wliif . ;aid si.J3t ior non-whites. ;
Tor toi ii families and individual
non-whit's in the north centra.' l
-lutes corn the mou, a median o'.' :
4?.039. ,nd in the south they ear”
the I a st. a SLUR! median The me,!-
tun lor th; in.ii tn--, *1 is $1,773. ana I
west SI .970.
Family incomes in die .vest an'
highest for non-while. s2.(.i,iJ. I•
. lowest :n th: sout'i. $1,527 T.i'
r> : the.-v-: rn ntedi -n k $2,220, ar.d
Hi'.- north certral. $2.271.
.Ml s F.ffie Doiu'd'i? of ti 15 Solid:
McDowell Street, let* die city Wed
ri'.'-day morning to attend Inc wcu
dhi: .d tv-; sister, Pauline, of New
pott Ne ws Virginia.
D; S. Edward Gilbert. Directoi
hv:e.; and Be tier Bu.siness, St.
Lam- Hr-:;-., v Juimnon II i -
uet-ir education. Chicago; George
Parker, di-t.-atdr social action,
hi.-sgt.-.n. WlLi.un L D . .
. . n.b e..s';- ;• region. Brnc-kly n:
J. ' 1 1mi Y,-k-. 11. se;-?l east ~
giona! direct u. Sumter. S. C.
1. I .Vcwneor. southern r<-
gicn-d director. Jacksonville, Fi„ .
■ A Jesse O. Walker, national ■!
Be:;-! Ncroerrpric;. Washington
RAtifclGH Kopresentutu '
A'umni of ten o| vn 33 membi
1 colleges of the. 1 United Ncv.to Col
lege Fund, assembled ul i FelluvG
ship Dinin'" Mu Ury Friday nigh 1
I and organized the R-deixit lute
Alumni Council of the UNCF.
The following whoon were re;
Invent; i: Knoxville Cm It ee. Hantp
! ten Institute, Spehnan diet; .V;
Union, Howard. ,1. C. Smith. Shav
j University. Moro.iou? College.
| Lincoln, add Benedict.
Officers elected were: Mr. M. h
| Crock, tt, 11; nipton, president: M ■
[Kora E. Lockhart, vice president;
: M's' Jcaneltn Hicks. Sprlm ui. sec
, rotary; Mr G. E CbeeiL Shaw Utn
j vti'.- ity. roc: rdnig seer*, 'ary; Alter
rtey F. .T. Carnage, H« ward, trc-.t
j A similar croup met in Durham
' the IWno of Mrs Doroti.y *?
Manley and organised tin: Durban,
fnler-Aliurm Council Sunday evt
! uii St nodi? represented wa<
; Hampton Instiiuto, Shaw Uniw
: shy, Moi ehouse Collet.c Spclmtw
| Co] ip or. Livingstone College, Fi.-k
I University. Tuskeqoc Institute,
| Knoxville College.
f ‘(terrs eie .'tod tor 'he Durham
; Council were; Dr. J N. Mills. Shaw
; i'i-'h ■ p: si.ami: ; ir K K , ; ;.
Iryont. Hampton, vice presidem.
| Ur- Roy N. Moore. bpehnao, »ee
! *’i'iy. Mrs. Dorothy s Marie
I Fisk, treasurer
Marshal! To Speak
SAN r FRANCISCO, CM if. -
! Thurpood Marshall, XAACP chief
counsel, will address the dosing
s oi Wcy" CoOSt R. gj >
a Confererart* v, inch, will meet in
• Los Angeles March 5-0-7.
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WEEK ENDING, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 194*3
33 Veterans Taking
.Special Courses At
j Clinton School
CLINTON If C. Sipe, superb
i tendon) of Clinton "cho As this wi; 1
. i mncunced that 3:-. vmsrons iiav
' :m'cil:d in special treiriii;; course
c-'.-'tehiirhcd ai the Sampron Counly
i J'vfimh'ig Srhoo! tbrouim coop .-n
ion with the Vctc-un.- Admini-i 'a
The com :;es con-i -t of brick nni •
1 notify. shop niaihematic? and : j. ,-i
' . ne.-s En.gli: ii. Three hotn-s daily are
•pen' in practical and thy or., tier)
• maronr.v instruction.
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its serving as supe. visor and <-:ot
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| taught by Marion Moore
Th, noted ruffo- -an, Dr. t. arlci 1
Cl. Woodson, \-- r-:- featured sp, nk
or at the 23rd annual Detroit oh
setvance of Negro Hiolorv Wo.k
During his slay, in ! h Mote;- Gitv
lie .also addressed students and fac
ulty of Miller llich School.
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For INAACP Convention
KANSAS CITY, Me. In po p
. ration f f '!' the 3iUh .annuel
MAACP convention which meet.-:
hr re next Juno '>■?. 27. member;
[ of the seven enHventiori cofnmif
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York office io lay plant, for ti e
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only the new and modern St.
Stephen Baptist Church, but the
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