WEEK ENDING 3 ATURI)AY, ALOFT! 28, IJMB
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I’ARKFRS ENTERTAINS & MRS. WALKER
Mr and Mr? Jessie Pir! ~r <f nr AMi -i James T Simmons. Mi<;es
Manchester enteit-vned several I itcille and Curalvn Jones, Sgt.
guests Sa ttrdav afternoon honor* , Frederick T. Gibson. Miss Bettie
ins Sgt. -iv. ct Mir. E-o m-d W-.-iker, Jcnes Mrs. Flora Edwards. Mi.
who war* w'V’-w' few wk usd Mr. Cypeo Jones Bur on, Mr
ago .out \j,Newton Jones.
They held open honsf ft *.»rr» t- Joj ——
to io p m A delightful t'ufff'tt : A um-d ■ iird catcher is a paper
lunchron war served. plate ; , d beneath your paint
Tho.se enjoy iru* the uet.'iMon were j ram IF" a handy place to rest your
Sgt. and Mrs. Edward W-ilke* Mr. i pair,t brash, too.
Parker Radiator Repair Shop
GASOLINE SERVICE STATION
AT FAYETTEVILLE CITY LIMITS C>T MURCHISON ROAD >
"CATHERINE’S BEAUTY SHOP !
"Come Sit’With Us Awhile And Keep Ybtur Hair In Style’
MISS CATHERINE McA LISTER, Mgr.
504 HILLSBORO ST.
DIAL 8050 (
ED, FLEISHMAN and BROTHERS
LEADING MEN’S STORE
107 HAY STREET
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HARRY’S MILITARY STORE
Opposite Bus Station
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MEN'S WEAR SHOES --- JEWELRY LUGGAGE
V POINT GROCERY
500 MURCHISON ROM)
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Frozen Foods Garden Fresh Funis and Vegetables
DIAL 2038 j
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Sandwiches Drinks - Ice Cream Magazines
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515 MURCHISON ROAD
s arking Space Hours 7-11 Curb Service
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Jack’s Snack Shop
BEST HOT DOGS FOR TEN CENTS IN TOWN
211 HILLSBORO STREET
JACK PHILLIPS Prep.
Murchison Jones Funeral Home
CORNER MOORE AND HILLSBORO STREETS
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
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Apply With A Powder Puff* Mitten Or
Brush, Choice of Any Color-
Dries in 4 Hours
I Anyone Can Paint Their Own Car And Save Up To
SSO. Looks Like A Professional Job,
Complete Kit To c> ji*4 QSS
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130 FRANKUN STREET
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| BITS OF NEWS
| Bv MARY SUL PEfLARA
j Mr- R H Rv-dty 1? vacationing,
*in N’cv. York Philadelphia. nu-l
l Mlaniif City, and will return about'
| the first of S«p OTibci
i Arthut John:-on \vallied here ;
j from New York to bo with hi;j
| moth-, r-iu-bnv. "lrs Mary Williams, i
I who is very ill at hoi home on j
j Washington Avenue,
j 'Ah Lucille Perara i- home of-!
j ‘r; .-.pending five weeks ,d the
■ beadi. j
A logr im received from R H. -
Beatty, l-'nyet oville. "The Rights 1
->f full citivomhip are within your '
grasp and mine !h final battle is j
■n F'nsidfnt Truman lead-, the;
sigh . the Democratic Convention j
fired the opening gun and the ■
election in November will be the
! climax. I have e very reason io .
know that President Truman will
not turn back and will continue a
. > I'm ward until, the Civil Hi rid
if every citizen in every phase of
American life are assured. Pres, i
Truman must lie reelected. No man i
can be our friend and be against 1
j "lie president, tie has lost manv
j supporters because he dared to
take a stand for full fir. i class ci>
izen.-htp and equal opportunities.;
We must take our stand by his Mas:
and match deed for deed, dotlat j
foi dollar, and vote for vote and '
hen some more for every support
er, dollar and vote he has Jos* by i
reason of his courageous stand. 1
I am asking you to join with us as a'j
J national citizens commi tee for the
j teal action of President Truman,
! -o work for, vote for and help ft
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Williams and
I Mr. Drummons of Gastonia, Mrs
1 Claudia Lncklar and daughter of
; Yonkers, N Y., Mrs Mattie Saun
ders and niece of Brooklyn, N. Y .
=u- ■ visiting relatives *?.v friewds
tn the cty and at present, are the !
- guests of Mi and Mrs. Clifton Mc -
Millan on the Murchison Road. Mr. i
Ad ims is one of three policemen
. m d; ;>« good in Gastonia.
Gastonia is the native home of
, ' the Rev Mops A J Rhynes who
has resided in he city foi several,
p.i :-hop F B Watson of the Cen
tral N.'vth Carolina Conference
vi .red w-e Tics Hll Methodist!
Church op Monday n:'ght He It
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SHOWER BATHS AND THE BEST MASSAGES IN TOWN
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES
MB. FULLER—MR. HOWELL BARBERS /
Ai-sst Featuring f
THE ESQUIRE WAX SHINE By Earl Pearce
G. L. PARKS Prop.
Sell Your Tobacco Id Fayetteville l or
The Highest Prices
BUY YOUR FURNITURE |
i For The Lowest Price j
I! AT '
MARKET FURNITURE |
401 HAY ST. !
F” n - c _
! BUY YOUR
I TRUCKS AND
; M & M TRUCK AND j
: TRACTOR CO.
PHONE 5111 or 5112
n..unit the cam|jaig-n among us.
Kindtv '-. lie met your acceptance to
sor« en fo‘- the a'oove purpose,"
Sifeo ed Congjresman William i,.
Duws-i Hotel Bil more, N Y
1? ft Beafty accepted.
Jinn A- A Jackson and Miss Vann
Leigh \ >L<!e» aiotored to Wallace,
North Carolina and Warsaw, to
visit Miss O’nell Faison and moth
iv Win. o then they visited Mrs.
Gist. -,ii < i of. Mi-.;. Faison.
Wed m ; . I-..-I-. -I.;.;, August 13.
was the ! '.me for it;'' regular week
ly raiiie a tics fun program, and be
lieve vou me. the fellows and
girl-.; molt »«’vantage of it Jn the
absence of .Mr.; Newton the direr
tress of the YMC'A Service Center
who i; on Vacation, Mrs. Hudson
who is pinch-hitting for Mrs. New
ton was strictly on ihe job Along
with Miss Vanni Staten, a key
senior hosier' and a member of
the operating skiff.
The evening began with “Tire
Virginia Reel" led by Fred Clark
and Miss Harnestine Daniels who
are membeis of she junior operat
ing group. Thu game enjoyed most
u "Musical. Chairs”. With Miss
Staten at the Piano. Mr. Clark di
rected the ?ame. To climax Ihe
evening the croup enjoyed ice cold
melons. Every one left with the
expression “Let’s do this more of
Airs. Olivia T. Oden is visiting in
the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Armour
after vacationing in New York Ci y
wi h her husbemd.
i making a tour of "he churches cl
H - was th« guest of the Rev.
j O'Bryan’. paFrr of the church,
,1 Mrs otu-v-j st
Mr ;mi Mr Vcvuop Brou n of
Dv.rh.mi are he gu< Ms of Mrs Pin
i l-ae McMilban of F,a stover
Th-.- Rev. Hr. Brown ha? just re
turned firm New York where he
took a . hurt post-graduate course
■ u Theology
Sgt Jaine- Humphries of Med.
j Dot. No. 2, is able to be back at hr
! po?: of dun- as laboratory techni
cian after being confined to the
'ward for a few days with tonsilitis
Friends will be glad to know that
IM . HW.WHMI irn -iri n-ir-in- «g
i i nlE CAROLINIAN
ARMY SCHOOL ON
ITS TOUR OF U. S.
: WASHINGTON <ANP> .... The
'Uni 1 '.;: State* armed force* in-lj
: tute's ' elv ols on wheels” is now j
ion second croes-cnuntry tour,
i The mobile educational unit,
■ | completely equipped for education-,
5! al guidance, counseling and over
j the- country service courses, texts,
.jand • ests will cover the northeast*
, erp United States from Maryland'
!to Main this fall, vi-iting the cdu
j rational centers of numerous army, i
i navy and air force stations and j
j j bases.
! The purpose of this institute r- I
ifI'* 1 '* assist permanent education ccn
'iters in their work and to bring to ;
; the men of the services increased;
• 1 knowledge f the educational op- 1
* j portuntirs available to them. The '
. information is furnished to ill men i
■ l in the armed forces regardless of
' j race or creed.
On Ps fii-t toiu of the south
-1 ; tern United SOU'. last spring,
: the mobile unit proved information '
' and guidance to over 18,000 men. ■
\ J more than 2,000 of whom enrolled
in voluntary courses. Information
; was not available on what percon- j
tagr* of them men were colored,
’ who took advantage of the corres
* pondenr-e courses offered by the :
If. 'i. armed forces institute..
The department of army cVm
; tends that no separate records are
: kept aecTding to race. But it is
evident that a number of men
( have completed from one to two
years of .heir college work through.
j these courses.
A vast array of educational
courses from elementary to junior.
college levels, are made available
to military personnel through the
J educational centers, and the mobile
: unit by the U. 1.-', armed forces- in
stitute * *’■ I
The courses offered include Em;.
list* social studies, mathematics,
j science., business, mechanical, elec
tric;-!. civil engineering, and archi
tectural courses. Other courses are
offered through the extension di
vision of 54 cooperating colleges j
No extension courses are offered. '
,howe vi from southern Negro,
colores. It is reported that appli
cations filed to Negro colleges
Where no such courses are offer-'
i ed, are often referred to the white
,; colleges in that vicinity.
GINS FIRST COTTON
Jerry A. Hatcher has the distinc
i Iron of having he first bale of cot*!
] ton on the 1948 market on Tuesdav,
: 9August 17. Mr Hatcher is a pro
i cress, ve farmer of Fast over, owns '
, his home and a large farm,
j The cotton was purchased by the.
! Fa tern Guano company who ginned
i if and paid 4C cent a pound.
| It is believed thru tin? is the 1
| earlist bale of c-on has been
i einned in 10 or 15 year
— - ' -
Mrs Mary McNeil 15, able >o be.
,up after bring confined to he; j
i bed for ,~ev eral weeks.
| NT s Emma Council i.-, ill at her i
I home on North Street.
i Miss Council is a former teach
i j in the city school - et ecu
1 wa« retired recently aftei teaching ;
| for more than 20 years.
. We are asking all friends and
j specially her formci students pay
her a visV or drop her a card.
Marde McMillian son f Mr and ,
i Mrs. Empir M -Mi Hi an, -f E» tover ;
I township, a recent graduate of A I
j and T College, is bow supervising I
1 the Veterans Farm program at
, Shaw town High School. Liliingtun
I He is also 'caching agriculture m
'he county. Prior to entering A. and i
T. he farmed with his father a;
i Ew> ver
Mrs Callie Hodges has returned :
*'o the city after spending the j
’ '■■>'!!'. with her daughters, Mrs.
I* '•'}■& Tvf u c Thompson and Mi;
j' icrj J;; i - i'sfm, who accompanied
her to spend a two week vacation, j
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SF. A FOO T» WAfiK F. T
Ores ><"d Whijr-l -W AST
Aero's, from Mnnhium Roat
Bn-- Stop and Raitwai Express
Agent y. - tor* Hillsboro St
Open g 4 M. TO 7 F. M.
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SPECIALIZING IN FRITH
ICE CREAM COED BEER
WHILE RIDING BE
T« ks A Labor Day Trip to
Atlantic Beach; Round Trip £3.00
Rns leaves Percolator Grill it
5:30 A, JW Tickets on sale there.
.1, C. White, Sponsor
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.Wm your scribe 1
By FREDRICK L. BURNS « I
A few weeks ago we wrote about the teacher and, her rcla-l
lion hip to th»> student, then we wrote about the parents, the teach-;
,c; and the student. Here is a thought for your consideration.
In order to put -over rut thought I must start at the begin-
I r ;n K- A tew days ago in conversation, with one of my neighbor;,,
the name of our city's beloved teachers came up.
Hnng curious, 1 asked where she was and what she .is doing
a! the present time. She informed me that she was home and had
been sick for quite some time ind that -he was going to see her
the following day. I asked to be remembered to her. A few days
inter she informed me that she remembered me and. would like
Ito ;ic< me. She also asked about several of her former students and
[wondered, why none had been to sea her.
Ini- former teacher is Miss Emma Council who for more than
20 years taught isl the city’s elementary tcho.il system. Recently
. she was retired and is now ill at her home on North Street. After
sitting and thinking for a long time, I thought it would be a won,*
derful idea if all of her former students would pay her a visit or
! if they wore unable to do so, drop her a card or letter letting he
know how much they think of her now. Maybe a flower or two
i so she can smell them. Let her realize that her toil, her sacrifices
.were no* in vain and that one or two ol her pupils remembered
[ and appreciated.
This is not asking too much as we can sacrifice 5 or 10 min
utes[ after they sacrifice 10 or 20 years try mg to help u.s get a
foundation, .so that, we may face life prepared.
Teaching is such a thankless job that it is hard to get young
men to enter the field So when these voting people prepare them
selves and entei the pi • lev-ion we should praise then?, and try, in
■ every way to help and encourage them.
As I sit here writ mg tin.* column I enn plainly remember the ;
full day i went to s* hool. scared 'half to death unli> 1 adjusted |
If you will forgive me, I would like to name a few of the j
teachers at the Old Howard School *t that time. Maybe it will;
' cause v<nt to think for a few minutes and realize that just a word!
( ' or, ; : tion often helps when money fails. You can t buy love j
oid aik-chcn, you must win it. As we went to school that day I was j
placed in Miss Annette McAlister’s room, others teaching there j
re Misses Jenni Jacobs, Augusta Sides. Emma Council, the late i
M\-s Kate Bayne. Mrs. T. T. Bl anche, the late Prot and Mrs. Ed- j
; ward Evans and the late Prof. J. F, K. Simpson,
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could or would meet these
teachers and tell them how much we loved them, how we tried to j
; pattern our lives after them, and in other words, let them know .
b jw much we cared for them. Let’s try it and see the results.
Hope to see you next week,
F-abaci o importing countries of rd during World Wat II by the dis
i ( id h:,ve a decided prcfc. iribntton abroad of American-type
ei . leaf grown in the United | < :garettes and ether tobacco pro
states Thi preference was increas- Juvis containing United States leaf.
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120 HAY ST.
FLEISHMAN’S BIG STORE
108 HAY ST. ,
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FOR PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE CAU
HILLSBORO TAXI j
OLEN GERALD. SR., Manager
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"Norfolk Man Urged For
As 3rd Party Nominee
! NORFOLK, Va. (ANP) Jer
- i‘y O. Gilliam, Negro business man
; and executive secretary of the local
; branch of the NAACP, has been
; suggested as the nominee of the
| tbisd party for congress from the
j second congressional district. Ac
i hon on the suggestion is expected
|at the August 28 meeting of Pro
: gressive here.
Gilliam's nomination was urged
bin b report to members of. the Pro
: gressive party in Norfolk sent by
the executive committee of the par
ty in Norfolk. Members were re
quested to instruct Norfolk dele
gates to the projected Second Dis
trict convention to nominate Gil
-The convention will probably
meet Augus 2ft. the same day that
Henry A. Wallace comes to Nor
; folk to speak. Wallace third party
| candidate is scheduled to speak in
Suffolk, here and in the after-
I noon in Richmond
| Should Gilliam get the party’s
nomination to congress from this
district, tie wil Six* (he first mem
ber of his race to be a candidate
for congress from the district in
almost 80 years, or since Recon
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214 HILLSBORO STREET
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Where Tasty and Delicious
Foods Are Served
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Good Groceries And
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