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RECEIVES FLAG Arlington, Vo.: Col. Lemuel A. Penn,
director of Adult Education ot Washington, D. C. Schools and a
Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reeerve, wee buried in Arlington
National Cemetery July 14th with lull military honore. Penn waa
elm to death by an aeeailant in a speeding car ae he and two oth
er Negro officers were traveling along a rural road near Colbert,
Ga. Here, Lt. Col. ]ernes A- Connett, chaplain at Ft. Myers, Va.,
gives the flag to Perm's widow following the burial. Seated with
her are daughters, Linda, 13, and Sharon, 10. (VPI PHOTO).
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TIRE SALES & SERVICE
401 Hillsboro St T* 0-2571
Working women fit teckiteham
County st* fielng retched with th*
Dtet homameking information
through bulletin* from the Agri
cultuAl Extension Service.
Mr*. Zfdie Jackson, home eco
nomics agent, says they have
recently distributed bulletin* in
several public places on (oads and
nutrition and on the care ot cloth
ing. “Many of the homemaker*
have requested extra copies for
their friends.” adds Mrs. Jackson.
Mr*. Lucy Jahnaan of Frank
lin Cannty can beast ¥ having
th* hast garden fit bar earn
munity. Mrs. Margaret Lewis
Baldwin, heme economies agent,
says Mrs. Johnson is getting
good quality vegetables in spite
of the dry season.
Mb. Baldwin says Mrs. O
rester Clemons. Zebulon. EL 1,
and Mr*. Blonnle Masaenburg.
Ltnlsborg. It 4, practice good
conservation methods. “Mrs.
Clemons usually conserves a
reand M quarts of fniiU and
vegetables yearly,” Mrs. Bald
GARDEN LEADERS HONORED
A dinner meeting was held in
Nash County honoring the com
munity garden leaders. Mrs. Hattie
Bullock, garden leaded in Whita-
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WORKSHOP IN EDUCATION AT SHAW UNIVERSITY Harold Webb, science con
sultant, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, lectured to the Educetion S
-560 class et Shaw University, on Wednesday, July IS. Pictured left to right: Webb, Mrs. Ura H.
Jones, Henderson; Mrs. Henrietta D. Lee, Lewiston; Mrs. Margaret Whitaker, Matter, Georgia;
Mrs. Conorah W. Peebles, Raleigh; Miss Annie Holloman, Ahoskie, Miaa Rosa Lea Brodia, Ra
leigh; Mrs. Dorothy Clemons, Stokes; Mrs. Hallis Simmons, Sanford. Not shown on picture: Mrs.
Sarah R. Sneed, Raleigh; Mrs. Hareline H. Rempson, Durham; end William B. Young, Raleigh.
ATTEND BAHA'I SUMMER SCHOOL IN N. C. James. Marie, Samuel, end Jean Bro
die, Bruce Barcick, Frances Falvey, Ferydun Jalali, Margaret Quance, and Donna Wooten, all of
Raleigh were among those who attended the Southeastern Baha’i summer school held at Camp
Dorothy Walls, near Asheville, recently. In view ol the preaant struggles lor racial harmony, it is
worthwhile to note that the Baha'i World Community is the only world community ol diverse
backgrounds to have been practicing the principles ol 'unity ot mankind" for the past hundred
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (ANP)—
Five person* were killed near here
Sunday when an automobile travel
ing at speeds up to 85 miles per
hour struck a bridge abutment.
Tbe Duval County Road Pa
trol (aid the three men and
, two women, all Negro residents
of Jacksonville, were dead on
arrival at the Duval Medical
Center. Dead were: Byard
Bushing. 29. the driver; George
Washington, 35; Robert Watkins,
40; Bobby Jean Watkins, 34,
and Marea Day, IS.
Tha patrol aaid the car. owned
by Rushing, was unabla to make
a curve due to high speed and struck
an abutment, causing slight dsmage
to the bridge. Officers at the scene
Wid the speedometer showed 85
miles per hour.
The toll was the greatest in a
.single accident in Duval county in
it least three years.
kars Community, raeeived an air
Codling unit donated by a local
firm for enrolling 78 out of 91
families in the community garden
Mra. Margaret Wade, home eco
nomics agent says gardening and
conservation tips are being sent
rhpntiUy to the families enrolled in
the gardening program They are
now having gardening tours and
f>l4n pantry tours for the fall
SCOTLANO —IN 1848 HE BETTL
EO IN ALLEGHANY CITY, PA. AS
ffjSp?' A BOY, HE WAS AN UNDERPAID
BOBBIN BOV IN A COTTON FAC
TORY ““ W 1901 BU#< "
NESS MOLDINGS WERE
ATED MTDTME U-B.BTEP- COMPANY/
RE WAS TKn FIRST PIWLAWTHRCRWT TO NINE LARNE SUMS RDR
EDUCATION/ HE SAVE 4 800,000 7PTUSKEOCE/
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AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES —James E Parker, right,
director of tha Audio-Visual Center at North Carolina College,
explainn the technique of dry mounting a photograph to two vis
itors to the collega't \2th Annual Audio-Visual Workshop in
which he is an instructor At left is Dr Kara Jackson, and in tha
center, Dr. P. George Shipman, chairman ol the NCC Depart
ment of Education The workshop is designed to aid teachers to
batter utilise A-V materials
Things You Should Know
RAIUGH. N. C.. SATURDAY. JULY SI, IM4
Revs . Burwick And McCloud:
Raleigh's Citizens Honor!
2 Departing Clerics Thurs.
Raleigh eitiaens will honor two i
departing leaders on Thursday, Ju
ly SS, at 8:00 pm. with a 'Tssti- :
menial Reception” at the Davis
Street United Presbyterian Church.
Leaving th* city ter Atlanta, Ga.
ia the Reverend J. Oscar McCloud,
pastor ot the Presbyterian Church
and chairman of th# Wak* Boy
The Reverend Oscar W. Burwick.
pastor of Wilson Tempi* Methodist
Church and president of the Ra
leigh Ministerial Alliance, is going
to High Point N. C. Both of those
men were active in many other
community organisations including
the Raleigh Cltixens Association
and th# NAACT
According to the Reverend D. N.
Howard, Sr* chairman ot the pro
gram, one representative from each
ot the eight aponaortng organist*
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tions will make brief talks:
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Reverend T. H. Harris. Mfitetetal
Alliance; Th* Reverend Ffipl Car
nth. Ministerial Association: UN-
Reverend John W. Flaming. CW
tens Association: Dr. CharM* Lama.
Community; Ralph Csmphdlii NA
ACP; Mrs. Lethia Denials, Devi*
St Church; E. L. Baited, WOMB
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