Kills Jones of Long Inland. N Y ,
Is now home on an emergency cal);
to his lathers bedside. The fatliei
Is Willie Junes of A-7 Craven Ter
Mrs. Nick Taylor of Net' Yi.r« i
is spending two weeks with hei
mother Mrs Lucinda Hill of 1302 :
Miss Carolina Barfield of Queer, i
Street, left Sunday sot Nr-w York. :
up.me McGah.ii of New Vmk
City spent a short winl* as hou ei
guest of Eugene Poole of Bern St
Mrs. Annie Simmons of Church i
Street is now visiting relatives in -
Mrs Charles Blount has return
ed from four months of vacation
ing. She visited Boston Providence,
ft. 1., Hartford. Conn and New
York. She reports <n enjoyable j
Miss Odessa Watson of Bo ton j
Mass vc ‘c s a recent visitor in the
Mr James Moyle- of Washing
ton. D C is now spending some
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unit with her parents, lvlr. ana!
; Mrs. Moses Bell of White Street.
Mr. and Mrs. On in, Brisco of j
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j 111., visiting Mr. Brisco's parents, j:
Herdkiah Jones is now ill at his it
J home in Mesic He is the husband : •
lot Mrs. Mary E Jones The CARO
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Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Brown of j:
j Norfolk. Va., entertained their sis-;
' ter, Mrs Geneva Bryant, at a de- .
i hghtful surprise b.rthday dinnei ! :
'on Sunday. July 2.-.th The guests |
I were gathered at tin home oi Mrs
i Bryant s parents, Mr. and Mrs ;i
| Scm Hubbard oi Ja-per. •;
The out of town guests were Mr , j
ind Mr.- Reginald Jones of New j:
: York, Messrs Janu s Fentress, Ed- j 1
"aid Hubbard Floyd Simmons oi i'
; Norfolk Mi and Airs. Colin Hub- j
| bard and son. W, G, McLawhorn h
■and family oi Grifton. N. ('., The!'
Hi v and Mrs. C. F Simmon.-* j 1
iof Bavboro and Mr and Mn J |
M, Jones of K'in-i-a.
The New Bermans attending ’ 1
were Mr arid Mrs. J. A. Jannie -
Mrs Pearlie Taylor. Mr and Mr..
‘Noah Hargett and family and Mr j
land Mrs Levi White
• Mrs. Bryant was the iecipi*nt u, j
several nice gifi-
PAIIENTS AT GOOD SHEPERD
Erie Bell Bryant, N. Harlowe; j
: Katter Burney. Kinston; Rosa Gru
|dv 415 Foots Alley, this city.
Recently Mrs Mary R Mclver j
|and her sisters. Mrs Butler and j
• Miss Ivi I, Robertson had as tneii j.
j guests their cousins Mrs. Amanda!
Evans and Mr.-. Ora Davis of Tarn !
: tviiir M- 1- Robertson, aecom !
] pamed them to New York City and;'
j Brooklyn wfiere they are now vis
! ding their sister and brother Miss
i Robert, on is also visiting friends \
: m Wilmington, Del, and Princess, j
! Ann, Mu j
I The Rev W. J. W Turner and j
11 wo ministers -t Greensboro and |.
I Guthrie Sr., of Snow Hill. |
I made a short visit n Mrs Mclver j'
their aunt. i,
Mi and Mrs. Wilbur Wartman, j
Airs. Juliette Mclver Turner and
! Miss Marilyn Mclvei all of Peters- J j
burg Va.. spent the week end;
with their step-mother. Mrs. Ethei -
Poodle of Newport meet of Mrs.}
Mc-Iver was also present
Mrs, Hester R. Butler left Fn-j
lav to visit friends and relative-.- a’ j
her Hume, home in Rock Hill S. C i
•tnd I on- S. C.
Mrs Emily Henderson <-t 1016 j
Pollocks Street announces, the mar-!
iage of hei son Void Hei.derfc.ii j'
'■'> Miss Carolyn r.'pmic-ll daughter •
it Mr;. Hr,.nah Spuriell of Queen •
'iirc-et They were married Sunday. ’
Mr;.. Sarah Foy has returned |
from an emergency trip ta Bala-1
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POST IN DETROIT;
j Gi. John F. Burton of 418 Burn
j Street, New Bern, N. C will leave
I the city wthin a few day.-: to take
:up dutie-' at PurkTTe Hospital tn
> Dr. Burton accepted the same po- j
jKition in July. 1913, but was com-1
j missioned into the army a week;
later Presently the opportunity has j
1 Knocked -.am fOi the same post-!
; lion and he has accepted
Astir remaining there for a year j
ire w ill go on temporary leave for ;
j additional study at Bellevue Hos- j
i pital. New York City on a fellow-!
| ship sponsored by the National;
| Cancer institute of Re search, Be- j
Dr. Burton has expressed openly. j
many times during the past few
; days, his sincere regret of leaving 1
; the many friends he has made dui -
j mg the past two veais here
: Foi - .h> who may wish to;
| contact him for records etc his ;
! addiv." is 3761 Brush .Street. Park • '
iSide Hospital Detroit Michigan. ;
i Ml. Olive Baptist
Ends SI,OOO Drive
j ... t - |
Tiie Mt. Olive Baptist Church
| closed it:-, financial drive. 1 os l w< *. t-.
i alter having collected a total of
j $1011.41. The following amounts
| were raised by the following cap-
Captain Sylvia Credit - . $137.62.
|Capt. Catherine Olli-on. SB2-15
! Capt Enuiia Jennetie $45.13: Cap;. •
|Julinis Credit. $102.45; Capt. Lula;
j Mae Oliisoii $74.G:i; Capt. Roy* j
Olliscit, $ 140.44: Capt. Annie Gibbs. I
$74.77: Capt. Rosetta Crtdle. $100.33; 1
Capt olio- Gibb-,, $88.30; and Capt.
I Mary F. Jones $163.00
Mr.-. Mary F. Jones war crowned!
I Queen with the highest a mould.!
! The drive ended with a grand total I
The- captain-: also extend then >
; heartiest apprecaticn to the liber- *
i d ;upporters ut the drive Com- j
! merits were also give n bv the par- j
! tor. the Rev. A W Wooten.
Tin Women’s Auxiliary oi the I
j New Bern Eastern Aatioj i wifi
i meet with the- Mount Zion vj. h I
I Church Arapalioe N. t August
i t'Oth through 22nd. The Rev. A M i
j Smith, pastor. A large delegation s;
j expected to attend this .-.ei vict
4he Eupua Tiairuhi Uiiioii com
j vent ion war largely attended tf»e !
j fourth Sunday in July The next;
; session woli meet with the Bctliei i
IM. B. Church. Met mt This ses-l
I Sion will begin iiun sday, tire id i, j
j instead of Friday before the 4th j
i Sunday in July.
j nairt am spending a f- --a da 1 , - at ;
; the bedside oi her brother, James’
; Mist Lillian Robeson has recent - j
jiy returns diiorn Bricks Traitiing
|School Sin* war a camper on P. 1.
I C'altie iViai? F-oy Edna Vine; Ei
i ten Janies also attended.
| Mi Car well Stanley of New York
left Sunday after spendingaweek
■ *‘th ii lends and relatives in Beau- ,
jimt and New Bern
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news reporter of PoilocksviHe
leu Tuesday lor Brooklyn, N. Y.
wfiere slie will spend i weeks
with treiiiils and relatives. She is
a senior of the Jones County
High School of Poliorkxvilh*. She
j i- the daughter oi Mi au«i Mrs.
i A LOVER'S PRAYER
BY 1.. D. WOODS
Tonight I pray to, one tittie tiling
As 1 kneel and beils of love: clearly
Dear Lord grant unto me ihi.; lov
For Thou know- the heart a,Ki
what I love beat
j My player deal Lord may he some
But I know all good tilings come
tn Z God,
jl earnestly beseech you tonight.
i For thi.- one little thing, that .- all
jl prayed a prayer when 1 was away :
j from home,
| Then Lord. 1 was homeless, hud j
no place to roam,
j You gave me a home, now give
trie this. I beg.
;G i and it shau be given. You
1 Now, dear Lord a. - I < ime to a
| You know this prayer is from my
i A simple little thing, may I not :
! From the one that l lov- one
Sweet Kiss. - - -Amen.
firemen Watch As Six
Homes Burn To Crouml
WINSTON-SALEM, N, C,
j 'ANPI Firemen .stood by
1 and watched six homes of
1 Negro families burn to the
ground last week because of
j 3 law preventing Ihem from
fighting a lire ounlside the
city if there are no fire hy -
decants in the area.
The- fire ' fighters"' admit
ted that the Negroes begged
them to bring their truck to
the tire and put ft out., ana
ihe telephone rang constant
ly but they did nothing,
with the help of white pedes-
In the meantime residents
i trians worked frantically to
save some of the furniture
end clothing. Damage was
estimated to be $45,000 and
21 persons were ieli home
The fire began at the home
of Teddy W. Wilson being
bought on a GI loan an d
s plead to the other homes.
* * *
rsE 01 r RAsy
Iniversitv (ions Give
12,000 Pot unis Os Milk
LANGSTON, OkU. (ANP)
The 14 milking cows as
LangsJJn university's dairy
have given an average of 12,-
000 pounds of uißk a inoriih
between Sepf. 1, 1947, la
June 30. IS4S. according lo
T. H. Holland, associate pro
cessor of agriculture, who is
in charge of the university’s
In a report issued on the
schcLTs dairy program, Hol
land said it was being oper
ated in accordance with
scund dairying principles and
provides direct laboratory
experience for, students ma
joring in agriculture,
"The daily program at
Langston is giving fundamen
tal consideration to produc
ing and marketing milk,’* he
said. ‘To mak# such a pro
gram possible, the breeding
program is being arranged so
as to eliminate a seasonal
flow and to give uniform
quantity throughout t h e
A graduate of A. and T.
college, Holland holds a mas
ter's degree from the Univer
sity of Minnesota and is cur
rently a candidate tor the Ph.
D. degree. He has completed
sc-veral studies iriv*.dvir>g
milk production, the latest
being "A Study in ihe Cost
oi Producing Milk." appear
ing in a recent issue of
The university has just in
stalled a new pasteurizing
unit ot 150 - gallon capaci
ty ana an aerating unit capa
ble of cooling 70 gallons an
hour. The equipment is
valued at more than $6,000.
A iLlary filler and capper is
to be purchased in the near
About 90 percent of the
families on the campus get
tneir milk from the schcM's
i.harles Jo Box Bivens
Suspension Is Lilted
WASHINGTON (ANP) The
National Boxing commission lilt
ed the brief suspension imposed
o-j Ezzard Charles when he
agreed here last week to meet
Jimmie Bivins on Spt 13. The
two were originally sehduled to
meet on Aug, 3 but the date was
m-wed up to Aug !L
Then Charles’ manager, Jaekn-
Mintz, declared his boxer had a
back ailmenmt which made t
trn possible for him to go through
w-:th the date. NBA slapped a
suspension on the fighter until
he agreed to the. Septembr date
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SLCON 3.) BE<’TK»>
BRITISH RULE OVER
WHITEWASH BY UN
Lake Success, N. Y. (ANP)
An official report whitewashing i
the rule of the British in Tan
ganyika was passed by a vote of 1
j-'i in the United Nations frus• j
u - ship council last week
Despite the violent protests of i
Russia and Mexico, the 42-page j
spot ; was finally favored after !
n 'arl.y 2U votes were taken. Be- I
cause of th conflict among mem
bers of the report committee, the j
import was criticized for being j
( infused, inaccurate and contra- j
dictory and nut giving a cle'ar i
picture of the council’s feelings. J
Three nations. Russia, France i
and New Zealand voted against \
the report JobJ Reid of New j
“My sense of shame at this j
report in so deep that I eanm t i
vote for it. It i.s a shocking piece :
* f work. The only impression it ;
will create is that we are thor
oughly confused and unable to
grapple with our problems.”
The only points about, the ad- j
ministration m the African trus- ;
he nation were the lack ot an:
electoral system, tribal structure !
of the nation and shortage of
NEWS TO HASTIE
By ADOLPH GEREAU
ST. THOMAS, V. I. fANPj j
When asked about reports
that he was being boomed
tor the presidency oi Hamp j
tan institute. Gov. William H,
Hastie said that he had heard j
nothing about it.
Since no unce had toid him
of these efforts of supporters,
the governor said, he could
not comment on the matter.
According to reports, the
Virgin islands governor is
gaining support among mem- I
bers o fthe faculty and out- !
ciders to be named the
school's president. His sup
porters feel that if a new ad
ministration goes inta the
White House, the governor
will not hold his position
Gov. Hastie was appointed
by a Democratic administra
Due of the ctitieisms of such n !
union was that this tended to j
'nine on discrimination against ;
Lie natives of the trustee nation ;
:• practiced in the British eooln- \
i t. s.
VViuEl\ LNlfiiNt. SA'tl'ivlfA V A t’G I. 1 IS I' H, It* IK
educational facilities. The report
| also asked for more information
; mi land schemes It called for the
elimination of discrimmination
! child labor and the improving of
i Although not included in the
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i port, one of the greate t cri
iicinmi. of the British administra
tion of British colonies ot Ken
a and Uganda.
Russia’s Semyon K, T'sarapkm
tried to get the council to go on
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. uch a motion passed The report
; called for continued information
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