East-West Jazz Qub Holds
“Swinging” Session In Gty
rr «S. DOROTHY K. STEWART
The East-West Jazz Club held
ita regular meeting at the home of
Mrs. L Smith. 818 Oberlia Road on
Saturday ni*t, January 18. Serv
ing no co-hastaaaaa am u.
Vfn. T. Adcock-and Mr. and Mrs.
The being the tint meeting
•or the new year, the meeting
really gat eff la a -awtngtng”
•tart wtth dtocamteoe of the
lha president, lbs. A. Sima,
anoa. Each member was fUled
wHb bright new Ideas far the
Sympathy was extended to Mr.
Woodrow Dynston in the p»«<ng
recently of his aunt, Mrs. Alice
Club members danced and also
played a new game called. “Puzzle
Ond”. It was enjoyed by aU as
each member member joined in.
Freeent at be meeting were;
Mir Jri Mrs. J. C. Cell ins, Mr.
■■d Mrs. J. O. Meant (found
ers); Mr. and Mrs. H. Peebles,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stowe. Mr. and
Mra. P. Peebles, Mr. and Mra.
The Scout loaders in the Wake
Division of the Occoneechee Coun
cil, Boy Scouts of America Will
hold their monthly “Leaders
Roundtable” Thursday, Jan. 23, in
the Hunter Building at St Augus
A special feature of the meeting
will include “Basic Training Ex
perience” for new leaders and
plans for National Boy Scout Week
and the annual Train Trip to Golds
boro next month.
All Den Mothers, Cubmalters.
Explorer Advisors, and unit Com
mitteemen are especially invited to
"The House That Service
224 E. MARTIN ST.
Don’t worry about how to finance
your new car. Come to your bank...
there yon will find the low interest
rate on new cars of 5%. Use your
bank when you decide to ride in a new
*64 automobile. It will be our plea
sure to serve you.
Small Enough To Know You . . . Larfe Enough To Servo You!
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RALEIGH - DURHAM - CHARLOTTE
MWW— fXHOUL DETOCIT MDUKS COWOXATIOX
T. P. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. N.
Tsshtos. Mra. L Smith. Mr. J.
T. Hardy, Mr. end Mrs. T. Ad
aaek. Mrs. F. Williams, Mr. sad
Mrs. j, Roberta, Mr. sad Mrs.
*. Jefferies and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Smith and the co-hostesses
served the group barbecued chick
en, cole slew, hot buttered rolls,
sticed pickles, relish and beverages.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Roberts, 1007 Oberlin Road, on Sat
urday, Feb. 15.
ME. WILLS CREWS
Funeral services for Mr. Willie
Crews of 510 S. Blount Street, who
died in Wake Memorial Hospital
last Tuesday, were conducted from
the Tupper Memorial Baptist
Church Sunday afternoon at 12:30
o’clock with the Rev. D. N. How
ard, pastor, officiating. Burial fol
lowed in Mount Hope Cemetery.
He is survive! by one sister,
Mrs. Lillian Freeman, with whom
he made bis home; one brother,
Jerome Crews of Oxford; severs!
nieces and nephews.
MR. DAVID L HAYWOOD
Funeral service* for Mr. David
L. Haywood of 202 Parrish Street,
who died Friday night, were held
Wake Memorial Hospital, were con
ducted from the Martin Street Bap
tist Church Tuesday afternoon at
The Rev. Dr. P. H. Johnson, pas
ter, officiated and burial followed
in Carolina Biblical Gardens.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Maude P. Haywood of the home;
three daughters, Mrs. Lillian H.
Curtis of the home, Mrs. Mary W.
Williams, Jamaica. L. 1., N. Y., and
Mrs. Edna P. Pendleton, Houston,
Texas; one sister. Mrs. Saliie Wil
liamson, Portsmouth, Va.; three
grandchildren; one niece and two
MR. RUBIN MATTHEWS
Funeral services for Mr. Rubin
Matthews of 414 Redwood Drive,
who d led Friday night, were held
at the Lincolnvjlle AME Church in
Asbury on Tuesday at 2 o'clock.
The Rev. J. H. Garrett officiated.
Burial followed in the church cem
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Alzora Hicks Matthews; two daugh
ters, Misses Lucinda and Marion
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”*JAIL ME, TOO”
TAMPA (ANP) Greater love
hath no woman than she goes to
jail with her mate. Mrs. Mamie L.
Williams Walker, 24, became so up
set when police arrested her hus
band on a disturbance charge, that
she sought to get into the petrol
wagon with him. When police oust
ed her, she ran to the front of the
paddy wagon, jumped in and slam
med the door.
It took three officers to pull her
out Back on the street again, she
screamed and cursed the officers,
saying that where her husband
goes, she goes, too. Whereupon po
lled arrested her too, for disturbing
the peacevand using profanity. Iron
ically. Walker was released within
a short While under $23 bond. Mrs.
Walker, however, was tried, found
guilty and sentenced to 50 days in
Teens: Your help is needed! Join
the Teen Age Program (TAP) of
the 1964 March of Dimes by volun
teering at our local National Foun
RECEIVE .SCROLL FOR CHOIR — Dr. Richard R. Gilbert, director, Division of Radio and
Television oi the United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., presents scroll to Christopher W. Kemp, di
rector oi the Johnson C. Smith University Choir And Smith’s president, Dr. Rufus P. Perry. The
University Choir i res selected as the official broadcasting choir of the United Preebyterien
Church, U. S. A. foe 1964. John Groller, also of the Department at Radio and Television at the
Church, looks on.
SNOW FUN — AST College students had the time of their lives last week as the first snowfall
of the season tut the campus. The hapless lad on left found himself in real difficulty, as the bunch
on the right heaved the hearing missiles.
Attorney Flnvrf llrKieeirk T»
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Address Smithfield Body Soon
SMITH FIELD During a spe
cial call meeting last week, the
Smithfleld Civic Improvement
League unanimously approved the
selection of Ployd B. McKissick as
its first speaker on this years' a
genda. Attorney McKissick was
chosen because of the great work
he has done throughout the Unit
ed States for advancing the cause
of first class citizenship to all citi
zens of the United States,
that Attorney McKissick is the
In view of the fact that
State’s Chairman of CORE
for North Carolina, and due
to the interest manifested by
the citizens of Smithfleld and
Johnson County for civic im
provement. Mr. McKissick was
chosen to speak about CORE;
its functions, duties and how
It can best help the state and
local communities achieve
their major objectives toward
first class citizenship for all
of the people.
Prank Matthews is president of
the local organization.
Attorney McKissick is on* of
our country's outstanding Civil
rights lawyers. He is a man of
great knowledge and wide experi
ence in this field of human rela
tionship and equal rights. He
should be of special internet to
the citizens of Smithfleld and
Johnston County because he is a
North Carolinian and finished
public school in western North
Carolina and college in Durham.
He received his law degree from
North Carolina College at Dur
He has been instrumental in
helping to better race relationship
between the citizens of Durham
and neighboring communities, and
was one of the pre-planneri of
the great Freedom March on
Washington. D. C. on August 3d,
1963. If you are interested in
helping to improve your commun
ity and to up-grade it citizens,
oome out to see and hear this
great champion of human rights
The League is anxious for other
communities in Johnston County
to share this treat with Smithfleld
by attending this meeting.
EVERSHOT. Dorset, England -
(ANP)—The Rev. Anthony . An
drews, 38-year-old Church of Eng
land rector in this town, has es
tablished what may be a precedent
for religious leaders of various
faiths—though not necessarily so.
The rector has another Job besides
church duties. He is a newsboy. Ev
ery weekday morning, he sets out
on his route to deliver papers. It
isn't for the money he receives
weekly of about 98.40, but rather
"to set an example to country cler
gymen who are tempted to stay in
bed too late in the morning.”
He admits however, that "the
money's handy too."
Do’s And IJon’ts
OmfnJJy Coneldered Improper Street War.
Linds Powell, of Goldsboro, s
senior history major at Bennett
College, who has been awarded
the 99M Leroy Allen Scholar
ship given by PlGsmms Mb,
national social science honor
society, for graduate study at
any institution which she mag
SHOES VERSUS ELECTRIC BOX
DETROIT (ANP) To Clifford
Sevier, 43. a new pair of shoes it
more important than paying an ov
erdue electric bill. During an ap
pearance in Recorder’s court,
where he was charged with ac
cepting $660 63 in relief while hay
ing an unreported earning of $330-
21 during the same period, testi
mony wai given that Sevier bed
used one of s the relief checks to
buy shoes for himself. The welfare
department, learning of this, forced
him to return the shoes, get a re
fund and moke a payment on the
overdue electric MU. In addition,
the court put hm on two years'
probation and ordered him to make
full restitution of the relief money
he had received.
Jobs Set A
HUH POINT Total non-form
employment climbed to a ‘record
breaking average of 1,290,900 in
North Chrolina during 1962, State
Labor Commissioner Prank Crana
told the High Point Industrial Man
agement Chib in an address hare
Monday night, Jan. 21.
Ctssa aaid Tar Heal employ
ment off the form averaged
22.799 higher to 1992 than to
120. The 190 average was L
-261299. he mML
Crane said the State’* factory
employment Increased 9,500 last
year, rising from a 190 average at
596,500 to 940,000 in 1002.
Non-manufacturing Jobe, includ
ing trade, construction, mining,
service industries, utilities, schools
and gevarnment, increased 2SJOO
during toe year, Commissi oner
Grans said, rising from an average
of 727,706 to 190 to 751900 to 190
ATTEND THE CHURCH
OH TOUR CHOICE
THE FEN AND THE SAVINGS
LATHEE* READY TO WEAR
OS CHANBL SWEATEES, lares
daw M-44 Slightly Irregular. Vd
ues to $« U perfect .... Ml
IS DUSTERS, oottoa eordana plaids,
tint quality. Values to MBIJ4
IP Dt'SXLTw, uuilwu woUuo.
quality. 140 value* I.N
« IMUWSV BLOUSES, % alaavaa or
«ai-’Sva.“fc. w * , f4
IS V NSCK CARDIGANS * EIP
CARDIGANS. Shetland style.
Slightly Valuaa from | to
It PRINTED CARDIGANS. Orion A
stl Ha irate vs
71 CARDIGANS A SUP ONS, Orion
141 KUDOSES, long aleeve as teen
print ovarblouaea A tuck-in stylaa.
First quality. Varioua patterns and
oolors. IJB valuta MS
SI SKISTB. all vool solid* A nov
elties. A-line or front wrap styles
Light A dark el side, dark soldi
Value, to MS Ml
144 SUM JIMS, plnwale corduroy In
Sreen or cranberry, wlde-wale oor
uroy in black or brown. Side alp
par, turn IC-IS. Valuaa to Ik ill
It SUM JIMS, plnwale corduroy
batik or paisley prints; aids tip
per; sltea M-IS. SSI valuta ...US
120 Ladies' Swimsuits
ta tonally adverlaed brands.
Slightly Irregular. Knit* laetex,
cotton, A synthetic* in solids
and print*. Value* from IMS to
IS CO If perfect
300 Cotton Knits
closeouts, skirts, pant*. Jama
else, to* ton*. h#lt»r*. pedal
pushers, and Jacket* velum
from MS to toil
US SUM gIMS, cotton doe cord.
option iMpllrv printed ehlno. 9Nj*
114 SUM JIMS, solid color cordu
roy. Are* Jt-40, IJI valuta MS
114 SUM JIMS, nolld color cordu
roy Size* *2-40 4 M value* . MS
tt S HUTCH SUM JIMS, rotten
corduroy. Red. blue, green. SIS
M SUM JIMS, wool plaid and solid
cotton; fully lined. M-40. MS vel-
U#« ..... Mk
ISS SUM JIMS, solid color cordu
roy. 10-11 average, tall, petite*
SIS value* MS
M ALL WEATHER COATS. IS -
Dacron polyester, *-Cotton Eel
maean collar: fully washable; Tit
fete lined. Beige, black, navy ll
tS 14 IS values IMS
«00 NYLON TRICOT
•tee* M IAS values
144 KNIT PAJAMAS - Rightly Ir
regular, varied styles and Axes.
Values from 4dS to MS U
i*?llieS ACETATE PAJAMA
SETS, Rightly Irregular. M-48 IJS
value* If perfect Ml
IS WTLOff DOWNS, wtttl long
sleeves. Rase S. M. L MS value*
M NYLON PET J WANTS, white end
ether solera. Rasa H. IJS values
Haw IAS only. Me values ...
22c or 6 for 1.00
RMXKHL N. a, SATURDAY, JANUARY 99. 1994
We Have Existing Homes
For Sals As Follows:
804 CALLOWAY DRIVE $17400.00
mi CROSSLINK ROAD _ 15400.00
203 LINCOLN COURT 12,000.00
Five new hornet 700 Block Coleman Street
(undtr construction) each 10,250.00
Taro new home*—Oberlin Section
(full basement*) each .. 14400.00
A good investment, one grill Ok cleaning
plant in one package 10400.00
1 GRILL. GARNER, N. C—Lot
Site 90 x 150 11,50000
Pot Further Information Call:
JOHN W. WINTERS & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS BUILDERS
507 E. Martin St VA 8-5786
HEAHi TWlli Ottilias Should Knew*
HADIO . WUX Evsey Hem teg IiSO P. Ml
item to every hornet
IS SETS POTTHRY JUICE SFT,
PUiiiM. S, GLASaee. IMi value
CM DEMITASSB CUP. SAUCERS A
HOLDERS. 1.00 value*. Ms
SB COTTON CRENILLH SCATTER
RUGGS, assorted sues. Value* to
I 4’xP COTTON PILE SCATTER
DUOS. Valuta to IAS t.S»
odds A ends, eloaaouta, add sires.
Sorry, we aannot out them. Val
ues from to SJA
IS— white, to— black. SO— as
sorted color*. ISc valuta
SM BATH TOWELS, from a famous
manufacturer; slightly Irregular.
Solid color*. plain or fancy style*.
Values to Ida if-perfect He
m BATH MATS, from a famous
manufacturer; Rightly irregular,
•olid oolor*. Valuta to IJ$ If per
- feet Ik
M,W ’ g CLOTHING
1,000 SPORT SHIRTS
escorted flannel* A cottons.
Some slightly Irregular Mrs*
8. M L, XL, I*S values ts per
S*t CORDUROY ITT SLACK*.
■lightly Irregular. 4JS If perftci
*M DACRON POLYESTER A COT
TON IVY SLACKS. Irregular Ito
If perfect IJS
MB COTTON ITT SLACKS, Irregu
lar* m if perfect Id!
*o* WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES . . .
MS valuta LSI
too WOMEN'S PLATS, values from
3as to a.ss 144
44 WOMEN'S LEATHER HOOTS.
value* o MS *44
m CHILDREN’S SHOES, atree St,
to > slightly irregular. 4as If per
IS HOUSE SHOES, value* from 1.00
to MS 44c
IS* CHILDRENS SHOES, sixes ttt-
A MS valuta Ids
-MT. WOHKRH*.. SdSwU-
Ita MEN’S DRESS SHOES, value*
from MS to MS MS
GOWNS, 04 SLIPS
Values to MS
A AOMMOMD jubilii
V f FIRD S
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45 BOMBER BTTLR JACKETS, da
cron poly eater A cotton, sell eytt,
pit* lining. S-1S IMS valuta ill
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*44 KNIT SHEWS, laaig atojvta. eol
lar. Irradulare. etaes S-» valuta
to MS ts perfect I.SS
144 SHORT SLEEVE ENIT SHIRTS,
tto LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIKTS.
SIS SWEATERS, eeidlgeaut, iHppv
ural. btza* 4-lI4W valuta Ml
IASS value* M.lt
I#' DACRON POLTRSTER A COT
TON JACKETS, the moat wanted
styie. 4-80. MS value* 4.N
M UNLINED COTTON JACKETS,
many colors. S-ld. MS value* MS
OHM S’ ANP PKETEENS'
*VIA»^©TTON , IINft T PUlLofvrai
im also stripe top* 7-14. IS*
value* —.... Ml
144 COTTON BLOUSES, roll aleeve*.
Bermuda collar. black pleat A
« CORDURAT PRINT CRAWLERS.
absa 2-4. US valuta MS
M BOXER SUM RACES, corduroy
solid* A prints. 14 IBS values Ito
M SLIM Os SETS, plaid corduroy
pants with solid knt polo shirts
prints corduroy pants wttk solid
unit Shirt*. Maes JtiX- 2to values
~ ,77; ~ %m
IM SWEATERS, allp-ovor*. V-necks,
crew neck* In dietland* .alee bul
ky knit*. Rightly Irreguler. MS if
perfect ....... . MS
IS OR LON ACRYLIC PRINTED
cardigans, flat knit. SIUM ir
regular*. T-14 4to if perferf . Ml
to 4JS Ml
4* CARDIGAN*, flat knits MS val
• CAJUUOANS, bulky knit*. T-U.
MS valuta 3JB
24* sups, cotton and avion. EUEbt
ly irreguler. 4-14 1I to if perfect
ito NYLON SUPS, Nightly Irregu
lar*. 4-14. MS if perfect LSI
72 SUM JIMS WITH BELT, Wide
wet* corduroy. Size* T-14. SdS val
ues ........i.. Ito
M SUM JOSS, narrow wale stretch
A nylon oorduroy. Sue 7-W. (to
it STRETCH SUM JIMS, narrow
wale cotton wretch corduroy, solid
oolor* 7-14. Ito values 2to
Ito SUM JOSS, wide wale seUd col
or corduroy*, rayon flannels leop
ard corduroy. 7-14 MS valuta IJS
tit BUM JHB, corduroy solid* A
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