McCauley Hospital Marks its 25th Year
X-RAY —AND VISITING HOUR At the top, Mrs. Cornelia Hardy. R, N., is shown as
she limes an X-ray exposure, No small part of the success of the hospital h:-s been due to its
owner's insistence upon the most efficient and uo- .v-date equipment and methods.
In the lower picture members of the family of a patient in one cf the asmi-privafe rooms
ccme in during visit in t: hours. Rooms for pali ;ns- arc private and semi-private.
DRESSING Mrs. Cornelia Hardy, R. N. and Mrs. Daisy Carr. P. N.. >re shown applying
dressings i„ a patient in the hospital's operating room. Here, as elsewhere m the institution,
every attention is given to the maintenance of the highest possible stand aids of hospital prac
LEADING EDUCATORS TO SPEAK A T NATIONAL MEET
Atlantic City (ANP> Tin
nation’s leading educators are
scheduled to speak at the 45th
annual convention of the Amen
can Teachers association in At
lantic City July 26 28. Dr. H
Council] Trenholm, executive
secretary, and pi. ndeni. of A.b
bama State Teachers college, sain
Dr. Charming H Tobias, presi
dent of the Phelps Stokes fund
and 1948 winner ol the Spingarn
medal, will give the keynote ad
dress at Shiloh ■ Baptist church
At the public meeting July 2t>,
D. O. W. Holmes, president ern-er- .
itus of Morgan State college, will
> Other addresses will be given i
by Dr. Idabelle Yeiser of Phila- ,
delphia and Dr. Charles R. John
i son, president of Fisk university,
July 27. They will discuss th :
various aspects and aims of U. N.
K S. C. O.
Dr. Yeiser was an ATA soon- ,
sored member of the UNESCO ■
' workshop in Paris July of last j
year Dr. Johnson has been an j
official member ol the U. S. dele j
j gation to several UNESCO eon
The them.: of the ATA conven
tion will bt ‘Teachers and Chil
dren in America's Crisis." The
! ATA president. Dr. John H.
, Brodhead. >rincipal of Reynolds
i school, Philadelphia, will preside
! ever the
Vice Pro.. George W. Gore, Jr.,
-if Tennessee A and I State coi
| luge will tpport on his activities
i as ATA deegate to the American
- Council or Education, and Miss
4 Deis M Cluk of the rural educa
| tion divisioi ol the National Edu
cation asstniation will report for
j the joint 'ommitt.ee of the NEA
iContinued m page 8, 2nd Section
Boasts 25 Years
Field Os Service
;< :o ;i pin mi ian '.' ho ccd b p eri tnk
t|■ * ],' f, 1 1 ' " ' 111 ;' W • 1,1 C 1 111 . t i■, -
sored in 11,• K‘.)!r of North C*--ro
lil'.U for th> t 11! >il! 1 olid Ivr-.’ii.-
nlivutli ' of N.' :w" ; derided to
do si mid hi ntt ahoui u
Tl'.rt; - cue! I: i 1 iiriu-d on' !o
bo ,i privab it- sjii?,-ii. aimed a!
meetir." the » a-is ! Ihoso who hid
not \vi«h v bot: «-.-n--! -c the ci';..
slate or oth'poMic i>c) rm mb'
lie instil t Units ;'v,-ula'*ki so them a 1
In .shoot, il wa? the establishment
of the Mt-Catifo. privatt !i-.spit;.i.
loco;ci! -o iko .VD til 1 " a , i K d ;b a
Sens h Wihniruiton Sn <•. • The new
initmtlun a from the ? : ». rt,
was sl-iffe.d hv i s i'lmuiei Dr. !,.
y, r»lc('a.'tr- a i-ompoicr.t ■
sociute staff compn- -i of rnnr.y of
;i*,c trod', a! r- ioe Soul!!
PRI NTICiI l>E VI-iI.OPMENT
That was twenty five years ay
!)•!• in-.' ihe > • air- -I i:e:\ve> ; :..
institution has pro\vn m presti.ee
through sc’ivce until today il is.
ieeiyn ized as one of tfco fines) hos
piials of its type in the region,
As •, >c. alt of that record of ser
vice patients le'v.’ come to “Me-
C; aii yV from al! pu ts . f Nor tn
Carolina a well fi -m many
points from outside of the state.
Dr. .McCauley - idea for the estab
lishment of a private hospital and
"know how" for hc.vimg ii into
Aiecessfu! and meritorious ops. y
’ion was not the rests It of any sud
den burst of inspi" • ion
For ■■" on years bd'oiti deeitliti.;
to open bis own hospital Dt Mc-
Cauley It a a >crvcd Raicigi) as a
member of the • tali' •-,! Tv or A sues
Hospital -o a mcmi.a i of its surgi
'! -lass .nr a head of i’s depart
i i o\.\;tn < »; \i>t vn
He f: e.-lved ho medical H ainm.;
n the Leonard Me.lu a College r,t
Above is shown ih* exterior of the McCauley Private Hospila l
which marked its twenty-fifth anniversary last month. Located
i in the 590 Block of S. ’Wilmington St., the ; nstitut : " i has won
a reputation as one of the outstanding private hospitals in the
THE TALE OF ' j
f SIX CITIES |
||jg| PERRY J. THOMPSON jI |
It isn’t because your columnist hasn’t some two or three per
sonalities in mind from one of our six cities to write about. But
rather because I have been bursting for the past few weeks with
. something in mind that J think might be well worth mentioning
a' this time.
As you look through these pages of the second section you
■ will fine* from time to time what we call “tease’:.” or “fillers”
5 spotted h -iv and there-, in little spaces sum times large spaces, im
ploring our readers to patronize our advertisers. To put it a little
1 closer home, you; advertisers, even wonder why we often use
• such large spaces?
Trade secret or not. take it front me, there i: no profitable
s 1 point in those glaring reminders urging \ou to patronize your ad
-1 , vertisers. We know that you do. You did before they were cor
-5 , siderate enough to advertise with you, or ft ’fore you had a news •
■ paper to offer as a necessary medium in your communities.
The point is, advertisements other than those that appear in
r j these pages should have filled those “patronize your advertisers"
II 1 Continued on page P. 2nd Section
graduate w title at Freedman k Hos
pital in Washington. It. C. Iht
University of Pennsylvania and at
St. Phillip’:; Hespial il: Riehmoivil.
Sun und-d by a: i ifaienl and
capable rmsocinte’slid! Dr. McCiui
ley .it. all times has insisted upon
efficient and up to-date ho-musl
procedure, v.-i.li the result that his
institution boas; of eve of Hi" lov -
c-ft irrortairy rides in the \-ei*um.
Non-medical member? -f thi- hos
pital .naff include Mis. IV.-ic n.
.Smith, H N.. head nurse; M: r. -
nolia Hardy. R. N: Mrs. Ever U-e
V;-rk. C >■.: Mis. Dais; Carr. TV
N and Mr-. Asker Green, office at
Mot’et-.j ,-trid up-to-date equipment
for diagnosis and ti’cataiout. inch cH*
cohsuUal»o«}, examination. and op
. ■ ino; rooms a- well as pi .veto and
■ emi-privni.e room, fa patients.
The activitie;- of Dr. McCauley
ore no* eonfmed to the h- spiUii,
however exhifoi - ini» a vigor. enthti.v
ir.asm and activity which belle his
more th.au ihr-’c daeades years as .
member of the medical profess! m.
plays an active role in community
iffairs and i- a well-known ami
out-.’andmtennis player. Uiliy
capnb!: of taking the iviersure of
many men who are scores ot years
Dv McCauley is ;-d.-o a member
of ii;e Board of Trustees of the
Richard B. H p rison Fub’iic I.ibni
;■ a,: .’ Shaw Unm rsity. In addi
!ion he is a vice president and nv tv.-
bor of ife Board of Directors ot the
Mechanic? „nd F,.rtnrrs Bank.
His service with r-orii il organ
i.rdmns include memborship in the
National Medical Association, the
North Carol!::; State Medical Sc.
*-ety i f which In m a former pics
idem .-rod a member of the John
H. Hale Surgical S--ciety.
He i- also :■ ntemU-i of the Phi
Bet a Si r inn Fratcvnitv.
J ~ ' ,
WAITING AND CONSULTATION At the top, two patients await their turn ir. one of the
? ..spit.v.'s waiting rooms. Becoust of She repu fation which the hospital has gained over the
years, pefients come to the hospital from all parts of North Carolina ar.d the South.
In the lower picture Dr. L. F McCauley, founder and owner of the hospital is shown ccn
suUing with a patienl.
EXAMINATION ROOM Mrs. A - ker Green, office attendant, L shown preparing the
| examination room for examinafVyn cf a patient. Every effort is made and the best available equip
ment for thorough and accurate diagnosis is made.
I CHICAGO <ANP> - The story of
] civil disobedience and wl , i it is cx-
I peeled to accomplish '■ s- told*by A
j Philip Randolph inn week a the
i fourth quadrennial s. sslon of •.'•■to
Na'tonal Youth onntorenof; anl
Convention of Sunday School sup
emlrndnits of the Colored Method
ist Kpiseopal Chmeh.
"I pe. -orally v ill load a pick■ I
line in front . f the main head qua r
j let's of selective service August 20
|if the Presidin’ has not issued art
executive order banning segno;:. :i-r.
; in 'ho armed forces." Randolph told
h .500 clelegat.-and friends at Ur
' Ruble High School auditorium.
The internatoinal president of the
| Brotherhood of Sleeping Car per
• tors outlined his civil rights plans
in which he asked for;
i i Observance of duly I'd us "civil
! dr- ofaed:e.ii " Sunday by churches
>!■v'M.iy.hrnit the country. i! Coopera
tion ui belli ■ elute iid Negro youths,
jin the civil di obedience program |
;by !••. fn.-.:n ; to register tor the draft]
in a jitri ctew ornty,
I Replies' dr. o. President Tru
man to issue an executive orde:
j banning o rued fore - fCgrpjWti**f.,
|-1. Op. no r of a picket line in Wash- l
mi;!i i! in lie led by Randolph, him-.
self if (he P' C’ i 'ent docs not issue ;
’ Ri: .vquo.-R-fl ev cu'ive order by
j Atm. -st 2t». or the calling oft of Die 1
1 civil disobedience program .if the;
I President doer, issue the order.
To i, ir> out his program Km - ;
jtiolph has organized the League for’
HELP BETTER RACE
RELATIONS - MAKE
I Non violent Civil. DbotedicAcs
|Against Jim Crov Armed forces.
! Although the midi nee applauded
Rom loudly. the conference did not
go on record as endorsing his srt.i
Cummin us of Indianapolis
ii making his response i > Randolph
said that he thank’d him for his
; "powerful plan.”
Tito National Youth conference is
.iponsi -fid by the genaral board of
1 religious education of the CMfi
Church. li> quadrennial session Vfet
held in Chicago July i 3-18 ui, Du
!Sable High School ana a! St. Pa»f
; CMT Church.
Randolph was one of several civic
land religious leaders addressing tiif
'Continued on page 8 2nd Scctiou