Vv'K&K. jfeaM-MNG SATOUI>AY, AUGUST 1, 11M8
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By FREDRICK L. BURNS
It is rather odd where a person can get material fbr a column ;
My idea came as I rode to work on a bus.
As I sat there thinking of a heavy schedule for the day, 1 wns j
attracted by a conversation between seveial of my fellow workers.
It seemed that these persons belonged to various churches
of the city and had heard my broadcast listing the churches and
inviting them to attend the church of their choice. 1 think th: t
it has gone over big or at least I want to believe, that my efforts
have caused someone to attend church who otherwise would not.
have done so. As they continued to talk the conversation soon
dwindled down to who was a good preacher and which one could
It is interesting to know how opinions vary as to who is i
good preachei and what qualifications one must possess to be a
I do know that ‘he city has a very intelligent set of mini- j
svers, men with the finest character imaginable, and they work j
hard trying to place the Word of God before the people, both in ■
action and words.
Each minister has his own style of delivery, they should not
be criticized for that, after ail that, is his way of delivering ms
These expressions are quite common: “That man can’t preach !
he only talks." I can't, feel the spirit when I hear him,*’ ‘That j
man preaches a good sermon but kills the spirit by begging for
These expressions are unfounded, for no person can receive
anything from a sermon if he put.-- nothing into it. You should
ge to church with an open heart willing to accept the word as »t
is given to you. You should encourage your pastor, you should pay
You should carry the “Spirit" with you since that, too, must
into the church since the expense of the church must go on.
come from within you If you don’t have it within your soul t .
ccme out. how in the world can any minister get it out ot you?
So let’s make it a point to go to the church of your choice next,
Sunday. Go with an open heart and without prejudice toward any
minister. Put something into the sermon and do it. for several Sun
days and you won't want to stay away from church a single Sunday.
A few weeks ago“Builmoose” Jackson’s orchestra was in town
and it was reported that more than 1800 paid $1.50 each to hear
rim. I wonder what the churches would look like with that many
people attending at one time since it is hard to get more than -
to 3 hundred in church at one time and they are the faithful few
that have already supported the church.
Thanks for your attention. May I expect you next week?
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•SivOON L> SEGT.ION
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Faye ti e v ille Pe rs ona Is
Friend; will be interested to,
i know tha ! Mrs Katie OrestfieUl
! i contiues hi ut her home on Muwre
j Mr and Mrs Allred Sim.-, a
(young daughter Ileloria and M
: L illlr.n McFetei s or NYv. \
| vver, the house guest? ot Mi slid
j ivir William Gill, 510 Oakrtdv.,-
Avenue toi the. past two weeks.
The funeral of Mr.-;. Alice Cnavts '
wa; held w orn Evans M.-tropolium ;
U.hurch Thursday. Jui> 22 She:
i leaves to mourn then- one sou,
j1 vo siste( s .■ j.d ,at. tji ot he: sub ;
: a number of relatives and ti u-nd..
i Out - of-town relatives who a
tended Mr-; Chavis' luuei we'.
Mr?. Dot a Waded and M.- Nannie
Bfyaut ot Turbo;-.;. and Mi". ,
Biatvche Reid New York
Stewardess Board No. 2. of Evans \
Metropolitan Church met d the ;
home of Mrs. Mary Gainey Tue.-.- ,
day July 20. Mr? Hall was a gm-st ;
of the Board.
Miss Maude Hood, president; Mrs
Maude Wright, secretary.
Miss Vera LeJoyce Ferguson, re- ;
turned from a vacation to New j
York, N. Y. Newark N .1 ; and j'
Philadelphia She it-ports a very
! pleasant time.
Mr. M J. Ball from Richmond ;
I Va. was the week end guest ot
; Mr; M K. Deas
i Mrs. Annie Dixon is visiting net'
mother. Mrs. J. A. Simmons.
Mrs Elizabeth Taylor, has re
turned from Burlington, where she j
visited her son and family
| Miss Isabel Andersen has return
!ed to her home in jam an?-a. N. V
after visiting her aunt. Mrs. Pennie;
Chaves and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Rk-dard Mcßacken i
of New York are visiting men
niece, Mrs Katie Crist field.
Mrs. Novella Wright ..1 North St.
has returned home alter undergoing j
an operation in Pittman Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. M L L »fton had
as th-eh guests tor the past two;
weeks. Mrs Mattie McKmuon and;
| Mrs Susan Tate of New York City,
j Mrs. McKinnon is Mr.- Loftons:
' j sister. They had not seen each oih
: er for years
| A very enjoyable time was hau •
t i visdiu;- hietid-. Jisru
! change- - in the city and visiting,
their <dd friend? and home in Red
• Lb and Nits. Chanes PL :e> mo
’ tored to thier home in Chattanooga
Tei.it for two or three v.ceks.
; They will be at home, 301 Mocav
j Street after July iGth. Mrs Easli •
i resigned her position a.-, reoi-aiiou
! supervisor for women m Rt< t.
j mond Va June 22.
r motored io Gastoma and Kings
■ Mr. and Mr? B i- Fn u on
I Moilritain, last Sunday to attend'
the oprning of the PTA C ~mp tor
gills. 65 girls registered to, the
; FF F Fergus,on, Ed Mol ald
| Rudolph Tilley and other 1 ,-ceiit lo
i Syt Pa til t conduct a ftiiieral toi a
j returned veteran from uversea;-: ct
1 four o'clock Sunday, July 18
j J. W Mcßae announc, - the m:n
I ' luge Os hi; - istei Mi > Rc-.i-li.i Cov
. ingtou to J W Da» j.t Sa'ciuav
!July 17. at the home ot her »i?tei,
Mr r . W L. Dixon. At heme after
July 29 217 Cion el: Street, Ti .ni
ton. N. J
George Bayne of New Y..i i- City
|is visiting his sisiei Miss Nellie
i 3h friends of Mrs Irene Mom a
- | guv ate glad to know that she iij?
i ietui ufU h- in. tiom 'be tiosp.iai
j ami is petting along line.
| M‘ - Mb a Jon.-, i 'bit; -imf
| time with her children in IsVv.
i York City.
; Mi-s Susie Bogans ha-i t. turned
|to Richmond, Va jftet mting a
H | few days with her pan n M and
j Mrs Samuel Bogan- ul Rob; oi: Si
| ha s Floi a Patte,: on ot Norfolk.
I Vs. is visitin e her sister. Mrs Rosie
l v « i • ■ i.ruiir nor i *4; .m'iiii .i > rji ;
era**".-^yißicliMiivi.vcriWWrik'wir*' ww - s-o-"- *• w^i»w« m^i.^^»iW<W ii« W iiiiwnanSMNl
' Job'my's A Lillie Bashful ~ , , *' >
MciMilliau wi,,- lias been crintined i
to her home for several days,
YoUiic Altum-a M-.’MilJaii, -on >t
'-li Anlln Mchii 11 an -.- ■ o i.-; j
•tiurk ana thiow-ti li-orn Ins hi- j
; i yt-le rttnains in the hn.-pilal tut 1
i - on the ro id to : ocovery.
Mi ;nil M;.- Jiir.ies l'ynua!! ami
daiioht ; Gpor,;if,lee and Miss An
|fur oh vim of Oi ingv, N J . hove
iielurned hum- after .-pendinj', a
■■ two iVi-'k vacation with friends '■ |
i .nut relative- in tlie cit v
Dili in- liip absence n! Dr T H
I Hwi-ili-. who i.- in Ponn-.yiv an in al
i tetidinr the tuntral ot hi-, brother,
In.; ptupit liie I n ; Baptist
Ginn h wa- f.lled b> Roi, Mc'M.l-
In.n s?s of New Hope Baptist
;■ i-ch and supply paster a! r.„i
I Baptist Church
F> -1 1 ,irijCaitet ot 50'".
was ,ij- ir out ciguts to lm ‘
I trends on Saturday on-moon Tin
occasion being the birth oi a son 1
weighing 6 pounds
Mi -■ Carter and young son are
| doing ime at iheir home in Tupelo
Miss. Mrs. Garter is the former
Mi-..- Johnnie E. Smith, a graduate
of Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga
Cpl Eugene Williams of 505 ha..
■ju t. received word that he is the
lather ot a baby gn 1 born in
Sheffield, Ala recently. Mrs. Wil
liams and daughter are doing nice
i ly .
j Sg*. White of Hq. and Hq. Del
I No. 2. pitched a brilliant game:
recently at Fort. Bragg He allowed
| only one hit to lore the game - i
Hq, and Hq. team is in third
; place m the Post standing.
The regular line-up of Hq and
Hq. Dei team is as follows
Osborne, rs; Waddell, es; Leavail
: .To; Shipman, c; flam'.. If St. Cyr'o, j
Carmichael, lb; Boulwin, 2o
: White p.
Mr. 1 oac Garris, tathc-r of L F.
Gurri?, who has been ill for sorn..-
;ii!» at the home of his -on. has
; 1"t Tli 1 ned in III:, hoHir ,11 Voi i> eb» ; i o. :
>ud is re cuperatiiig ,i.- v. t.-ii j: ,-;an
■ i e l-.-.pil-l tesi
Mro. D; t No r ga-'c a lawn pur
ity at iho picnic area last Frida r
in,-hi Wiiiv a It-ii !n.-iid? 11 ifa
i Fayetteville, Manchestt; ftonnn
: Eicon.' and .- urrourid.iiy tCAVts-. oil
joyed the hospuaiitv of t)ie det.-a :
Music wa: turnished Ly -Lucky'
! C.ininciiael anti his n.eioriy buys.
?•: ; F; i ;• . ivk Ain.ii i < Ci. “ ■
i Dfct. No. y. reiuned to in.- pu,.i
--* t.ion .u tile "iiv! j i>o* ll Utr ho-;
, prtsl. utter spending r.everai tTiomh:.
j patient and a! Waitei
Hr• n Hospital Wat'rang tom D i
TIKES TO THE l!R
Jit xin nfv.;t !<> place the Caro
liman in every home in Faycttev.ih'
.Oi<:i territory. E’li’des
vick U Buj ns, The Carolinian':-: rep
~v s tentative ai:d “voin Scribe ’ has
, * S tKr*T: tO tht* «ij*.
H.> has a \vt---k)\ program, “The
•;Carolinian News” hekrd every Fri
day ,ai-i- Ra-:,.. .station U'WDt i- u?
• -in > our dial from t:10 to 6 15 p
- in I'.iviiig the latest in Natior.ui
. -'late and local news
Tin-j .- tiit- first rime a mem bet
i: of our ruet has had a complete
program from anv loc.i -tation.
handling foil: thr new- and com
• uni sials
shu iiu an. firm v,ish to sp. r-.
I t:i j -till ■ ,|I; sft- OI Wi itr Mr.
1 3 II nil,} '.sol--.. The Hillsboro
i News Stand, s2:i HillfiTinro Street
Railroad opf-r-tion in 1947 u a-,
more than twice as sale as *t was
*' fii years ago.
Bcokf-r McMillan, Jr. son of
Mi. aml Mrs, Boulter Mt-Militn,
Si. of Fayetlevilie, N. ( has re
turned from the Term. \. and
S State College of Nashville.
Turn where he attended the
American Red Cross National
A equal it- School His tup vv.it
sponsored i>;> tnc Cumhertand
Cftiintv < lutjver n;‘ the American
itrd iYo is Hr sitct-r-. tiiily quaii •
licit iii the follow ms;
Main '..licit in tunction; Sen
tot lit? -.a v ini:. Sfandant tii vt
iiu.b Ist jeat boatfiiKi Ist yeav
canoeing; and Ist yeai rerrea
tUi.ial ;. \\ ill: n liiii
There were approximately 40
undent' attend tnc rrom me
southeastern dkfr.i f. Tlie instruc- 1
tors t.uisg both white ami color
Booker is a veteran of World
Was il a graduate of the
f. f. Smith Hiiiii School and at
present a Junior a. I ayetteville
state Teachers College of l-'a\
i-tli . die, is C
PRO I I) ETHIOPIAN
IU \ . \\\ i i % ? HH V NTs
Sn-.i me ot <. -d « lit)# 2 cViiD:iien.
And i-naUt- <n his image as ali othf-r
Askin'.' no apojogies tor the texture
ot my hair
And ti one fur the pug my vjf my
i urn op Afirct«n Det-cendanh ur«md
KUlt* fjjfiiJ i ,
! Look i tot upUf ,me because I'm
1 i a • i/o • pps jal favors, oniy eQU3li
ly ci i'i^hts.
Pm ju*;t human following humani
Thu black pure can I tarnish.
fel:wk is honr'-u;
• (Lid made me black with it a gen
Fr'Oud and sahsned nt rnv Kdu*/*
Fad idac). wuid imo iV% the rnyal
race of men
ye proud jed blood'd As. uciu
df* of nd an to.
IVlert. v-« .then. b«>ys : and girls proud
at your own.
■ From ..il puartej • of earth cl». hon
ut to your birth:
As i.i Vour Bart in' ii be proud to
i lie bone.
Here ve. sons and daiighterr ot
From tin .s. -t tii :,nufh. k'.m.t and
\\ •■ t
Proud African descendants rn>
iel low men,
Mat- oif. Li.siid the rest with the
vVvU'id.--; be ,t
SEN m. IS ASKED
TO AU AGAINST
’Washington Charging that
, Fenaloi ulin D. Johnston (D.,
| S. CM, in a speech on the flodr of
:he Senate, threatened "to risk
plunging the nation and the en
tire work! into obliterative pi-.n!
and atomic warfare” rather than
In permit enact men: of civil
right legislation, Walter White,
Secretary of the NAACP Thurs
day wired Senator Arthur Vnn
ienbiiig (R., Mich.) urging the-
Senate to censure the South
Mr. White cited the speech
| made Wednesday. July 28, L:,
dtnatoi Johnston in which he
raid pressure for enactment of
, civil rights bills will bring an end
to th<- i.n-partisan foreign policy
“The peace of !he world will
then probably hav* been jeopard- :
zed,” the Senator .said, "and
| probably the reeds will have been
planted which will eventually de
velop and grow into a third:
| world war.”
Illinois Jaequet Booked
For 3 Weeks At Roxy
NEW YORK. The Roxy The- i
Mer, leading Broadvvav presenta
i non house, has .mn cuneed the
, signing of Illinois Jaequet, re- I
1 nowned “Dynamo of the Saxo I
1 phone”, and his high-flyini So: j
i >ette lor t three-week engag.*-
jment with the annual ''Harvest:
j Moon Ball" show headed by j
! columnist Ed Sußlvan, starting
The exeitina Jaco act’s appear--
i CONTEST WINNERS
CHICAGO tANV’i Names of
in regional and local i’lmit rs in i
Use Phi lie I a Sigma fraternity s j
! national (<• ay contest wrie- an
nonnciH; tin-, week Tr-P l.nijc was
the life 14 1 ">r t :<>•>. ct- V\ ,r !:P: 'ieu
i ~ I
, C'ai vet The ;-onto I war- open !o
I high school fOnior--
TilC wilibths Were
(.'i;.i<mci - William: Hi, southern
; regional v--Inner si2n. Parker hch,
i Hinninehanr Laura Sotntna, c-at-t •
, t IJI i't-j-1 i>ikj! wnmer. SIOO, Abia
.ham' Lincoln hit-h. Brooklyn, and
. hilly Jo Johnson, Texas lrgional
winner, SIOO, Andeiuou htgi:, ,U
Martin Bobbins. Denver, Mar-
Morrison 13 Mom it Samt
Alary aradt-my NewT.urgh, N. V .
•Weil <l. Harris Jr.. IC. Peabody
I V. I! iUHURS WIN
1 Vi PAY TOUT
NK\V OKI. PAM*-. The
tK-itt for equal pay fut tcacher-i • '
ail rat es rn Louisiana eam a to a
climax this week when the state
, board of educai ion sent down ait
, "rder directing' all parishes to .give
i a>ial f-ay ;>/ ali teaehei ■
The education boat'd order d;-
; cected the parishes to put into ti.
. it’s't the minimum teachers' salary
schedule enacted by the state iegiS
| latur* This scale ranees up to i'l
uio for teachers.
This action ended a legal battle
led i•. the I.ouisana CvUnr 1
leachti- a• • ociat ior.. the New Or
‘fans i oioivd Teacher:-- a- ■ iotiim
ind th<- New Or lean- Federation oi .
‘ !.v: t: ■!- l ii teachei
A Ne s io ottnrnt-y. A 1 Tareatid,
fought in the i .inns. and the :
NAACP had filid several suits m
various parishes seeking equalize
alton id pays New Orleans was the i
cKiiter fil tin-; campaign.
rnt- teacher, are still fighting
.in : howcVet, for equalization in
tacdiht- iui students: of all races.,
The cob iff d - md- nl needed better!
school buildings and supplies ;•••
well as m improved curriculum
Tureaud recently told the Oi lcan- i
! Pari.- h School board that n.■
citizens wanted new modern build
•Os, , not tin.- aafiiiCiOiled sehuOl.-: ~,1
sne-e at the Roxv will mark his
first start on the stage of a
Broadway theater as a band
it ader in his own right. As "a fea
tured member of the hands o',
i net Hampton, Cab Calloway
and Count Ba.-.ti-. the mighty mite
: <l' t!ii saxophone had played th<
lending* Broadway houses with
those outfits, his last stand hav
ing been at the Roxy with Ha -
;e’s band in 1946.
Rehearsals for the CBS Saturday
show ‘‘junior Miss” constituted
quite 8 problem for the producers
due to the constant giggling of kid
stars Barbara Whiting and Beverly
Wilis. It was solved by having
Barbara and Beverly work at dif
ferent mikes- back to back.
* ♦ *
For his work in aiding America’s
talented youth, Horace Me&.t on hts
recent coast-to-eoast tour received
10 cups, 5 keys to cities. 5 plaques,
1 vase. Donors included New York's
Mayor O'Dwyer. Chicago's Mayor
. . , «
' Vet Torme. star
Hon, he’s a aong-lHkjy'
writer and movie 4 u, t
star ot note *.\ '<
recently starredi .<
in MOM'S ..“Good
, is'ews. ' Mel Tor me
Questions concerning nicknames
of states have far outranked, others
submitted by listeners for use on.
the CBS quiz “Everybody W in*,”,
i,,• * * > i
Janet Waldo, who is “ Corlh*
Archer" on NBC Tuesdays i.a a real,
sports enthusiast She skis, piaya
tennis, swims, flics her own air
plane. and every Monday goes roller
ekatfriK with her must floor Holly*'
Wood neighbor, Harriet Hilliard,
| 1 * * *
! ’'George Petrie, sonietliseAplays
as many as a dozen roles on radio
shows In a single week. “When he’*
set for a killei part,” says his wife,
“he comes down to breakfast In a
vile mood. The daya 1 like are
Tuesdays when he’s portraying BUI
Grant, on ‘Call the Police.' it's dif
ferent then You see, he’s a a}c&
romantic guy on that program.”,
* • *
Kingfiehs Does you realize, Andy,
dat millions o’ people la die country
Is got a very slim chance o’ gettln*
a place to live unless you is a
Andyt A veteran’s different, huh?
• Xlngfith: Teh, to dat, case, yo"
: ain't got. to chance at all. $
high Petersburg!!. Va Pauline
i!• T, Villa Maria Academy,
j Malveru, Pa ; Claire Hill, 17, Wash
mgton, D. C.
Nellie ( .u roll, 177, Jacksonville j
IT a ; Alma Rebecca Leverette 18 :
iStantor. High, Jacksonville Fla.; |
Ms-.! ilyn V Tucker. Booker T
Washington high, Atlanta; Libert
Wat kin; Anderson High, Auetin
and Barbara June Laion, .17
. (I. iii ge Wai-hiiib'iiHi hi,-Ti. Indiana
puli.' all state winner:, of $25 each;
Rlua Hart Pietsch. East high,
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