RALEIGH BUSINESS COLLEGE
IT CONNIE BEST
• JOr. James T. Taylor, pest presi
dent of the North Carolina State
" Association, and for a
number of years an instructor at
N6rth Carolina College, Durham.
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Taylor's topic was, “Employ
***•" There is a need for skilled
tradesmen and technicians. We are
ttvtal in a state where everyone
eto further hie education. Available
M your door now is opportunity.
Further, stated Mr. Taylor, one
ahould go beyond the high school
level. Those who don’t finish high
■hobl will run into htese problems:
1. Unemployment for perhaps the
rest of your life.
1. Left-over )ohn odd jobs, even
» Job no ena wants.
After gains through high school,
that’s not enough. You need some
skills in Shorthand and typing and
you should bO goad at it. Try to
exceed the minimum requirements
Dr. Taylor stated, that in the fu
ture, the eolor of your skin will
net be a handicap for employment
All you Med is the skills, and
achieve th«h to the beet of your
ability . You must be a person your
employer cOn trust to da a Job and
da it wen without him cheeking it
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Your appearance is very impor
tant in a business too. Dr. Taylor
further mentioned, that you should
not be afraid to ask questions if
you are in doubt about something
If we have the right kind of per
tonality and personal traits, we can
®oke it; if not, you can’t Learn to
be courteous and police.
Women ere baethonig mote and
more equal with men. “We, as wo
men, must get the feeling into our
minds and live up to it” he dedar-
On The Home Front
(Items this week from Or
ange, Edgecombe and Moore
HOUSING NEEDS MET
Mrs. Etta Johnson, Carr, report*
toe ha* been planning tor her “fix
ing up” for some time, fit the kit
chen and family room, the old
walls, celling, floors and windows
were replaced with new wall board,
floor tile, new windows and new
kitchen cabinet*, reports Mias Bon
nie Davis, home economics agent
“I now have adequate storage
space, easy-to-care for floors and
good lighting,” adds Mrs. Johnson.
“And certainly the U-Shaped kit
chen saves me time and energy."
Leaders in the Leggett and Dun-
Mr. Taylor summed Up his topic
by saying that yeu Will not get
anywhere without at least a high
school education. Having a good
personality, the •olor of your akin
will not be the determining factor
of success* or failure for you will
hO In competition with the world.
After Dr. T*yl6r » speech, we hod
a question and answer period. We
enjoyed Dr. Taylor's speech and
were benefitted greatly.
bar communities of Edgecombe
County are demonstrating keen
interest in the community develop
ment program. At present, they are
collecting data from ail the families
in the community so they can plan
their program to matt the needs of
Miss Haiti Parker, home econom
ics agent says this it a slower pro
cess hut will lay a solid foundation
tor a bettor program in tha future.
Clothing plays an important role
in the lives of 4-H girls And Mias
Payetto Martin, is taking clothing
as her 4-H project Just recently
she was declared clothing winner
In the county. '■*
Mis* Amelia Capehart home eco-
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VISITING PROF. AT ST. AUGUSTINE'S J. Nickie, visiting professor sf Stint Augus
tine's College here, lectures to a class ot elementary science teachers. The Inetitute is sponsored by
the National Science Foundation. Other institutes sponsored by the Foundation which are now un
derway as the college include an inetitute in science /or high school teachers and an inetitute in
mathematics for high school teachers.
WON BUSINESS AWARD Miss Elaine Brown, ol Farm
ville, a member of the 1964 graduating class at Bennett College,
who received the Wall Street Journal Award for achievement in
business education, looks at wall plaque on which her name will
be engraved. She received silver medal and a year's subscription
to the Journal.
Debnam Brothers Making
Career In Air Force, Army
Three of Mr. and Mr* Che*ter
Debnam. Sr.'s oldest sons are
serving In the armed force*. Two
sons are in the U. S. Air Force
and one 1* serving in the Army.
The Debnam* live at 219
Walnut Street. He I* a ardent
ehareh worker and a deacon
and Sunday School snperin
t endent at W*tt« Chapel
tlet Church. R*'sm v, »t>. pi--
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tored by the Rev. Isaac Lee.
Chester Debnam. Jr . 23. the
eldest aon. joined the Air Force
after graduating from the J. W
Ucon High School here. He la
now an Airman First Class and
has served his oountry for six
years. After his first four-year
expired, he reenllsted and la now
halfway through a ms and hitch.
Row stationed at Westover Air
Fora Baee. Maea. In the Fire
Protection Dtlvsion, Chester. Jr„
nomies agent, says the Moore Comi
ty girl's father was to pleated with
her accomplishment* in the cloth
ing program that he bought her a I
•owing machine Mia* Cape hart tay*
this will enable Fayette to lav- |
grove In-her clothing construction.
i also served overseas for 18 months
' in Morocco
A**-C Jen'* Otis Debnam. 22
JAMc.B O. DEBNAM
who is now stationed at Staid i
Air Force Base. Reno. Nevada, hi* j
served overseas for 18 mpnths in !
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«s a McDowell sr. raemnurn
Gun Negro Girl
At Miss. Rally
MOM POINT, Mias. (ANP) - A
group of white racists ridtrtg In a
green ctjmpact auto fired into i hall
where a voter registration rally was
baing held here last week and hit a
lfl-yesr-old Negro girl as she stood
near a window. The men got away.
Civil rights werkara who wit
nessed the shooting identified
the girl ae Miss J state Itel
worth, e member of the Student
Nonviolent Coordinating Com
Mias Stalwortb later was report
ed in good condition at Singing
River Hospital In nearby Pascagou
Rights workers said Mias Stol
worth was hit by one of several
fhotj firfd (nf« W\e trnlfhts of
Pyihiss Hal! where the rally was
The shoe ting reportedly wee
wltneeeed by Prod E. Meely, U.
of Chicago. Meely la alee be
lieved to be e civil rights
Moas Point is a town of S.BOO lo
cated in the southeastern tip ot
Suit Filed By
Hailed By Many
NEW YORY. N. Y. Th# NAA
CP Legal Defense Fund lest week
' praised the Playboy Club of New
Orleans for its suit against Louisi
ana laws prohibiting Negroes from
attending the Club.
Jack Orecnberg. th* Fund's direc
tor-counsel. called th* Playboy suit
a major legal stop by a private
firm aimed at breaking down racial
barriers in the south.
“It is encouraging to set a pri
vate corporation invoke tha U. S.
Constitution in seeking to open Its
entertainment facilities to all citi
zens.' Mr. Orstnberg said
The Playboy suit also s»ks the
Court to issue an injunction re
straining the defendant, who tn
cludt Governor John MeKeithen.
Mayor Victor Srhlro. and other
state and city officials, from en
forcing the discriminatory laws or
who played football and basket
ball at Llgon High School, before
his graduation recently. 1* now an
Instructor. James entered the Air
Force flvs year* ago.
Pvt. Ray Sherwin Debnam. 18.
is s 1982 Ugon graduate, who has
just finished hi* baste Army train
ing at Fort Jackson. B C Bafore
entering the Army, he studied air
conditioning and refrigeration for
one year at the Oreer Shop Traln
ng School In Chicago Ray was
-mployed by the Bolton Air Con
ditioning Company of Raleigh
prior to entering the Army
Mr and Mrs. Debnam art the
parents of ten children, five eons
and five daughters.
HAIXlta. W. C, EATtHUkAt. !*. I*4
Wrong Man Murdered;
Charge 4 Teenagers
MIAMI, n*. (ANP) - Miami pe
llet nit weak ehergad fear toe*
agars with murdering the wrung
The yeutha shot and kitted a by
atouder while the man ter wham
they were gunning attgped away,
detect! vsa add.
Detectives Smart Bush and Dan
uta Watkins saM the laur wage;
Belaum Coepar, to Ctarafs Lae
Cebba, IT. Bamar FWrgtn—. Jr, IE.
and Charles A. Butbertord, M.
The detectives said they shot lea
se Ward, H. an th* night at June
to. Ward and the unidentified man
tha quartet were after, the aMeare
the segregationist policies they em
1 DON'T BELIEVE half of stoat
1 am told in strictest oeofidenc*. sa
don’t be afraid that Ttt repeat it
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