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    Mount Vernon
Gives Sunday
School Party
BV>EDDYK LtATHCRS
And what is m r«rt u » Sunday School party? 0| tht
MMy partim aad lociah fwe», it «« »*»« laaeea liiat wt h««r uf'
Sunday ScIk»o1 parti«F. Tue rta.-on, w* tluiik it tn«t tfiere «»•« few
“Sttnday Scttuol iniiidpd** per>wut louny, iet, llii* lU*:* is not wholly
otoolcta.
wa looked in or ih6 htinie of Mr, aiiil Chariia Jackaun
of 303 Enterpriie St. fvening, July ai would Imve
■vcn in prMgTt'SM' a parly, yea a Suiiilay ScOool party jfiven b> th#
iBntructor Mi». Mary '1 nomas ana i!»e young peopie j claaf No. ^
of th« Mount Vertion Baptift
Ciiurcii.
Meait»era of tha clau are:
Mia» Virginia Rogeri, Fi'c»ident
Mia^ai ^aien Blackwcll, Janie
Morria; Annie Joiner; Thelma
Blackwell, Uett«r Mack; Pau-
lio« Alston and Mr. Maithew
Davia. Other attanding were:
Miaaes Floriince Rowland and
Doria Alston, Mrs. Mary Morris
Maasrs Uanry Rowlapd; Joseph
Mills, KMiiien Cherry; and Ben,
Morrvk . ♦» i
Tha group cnioyed an even-
i B g of eompetitiTa Chinese
chackcra and Fiddle Stick play*
lag. Near tha end *of tJie even
ing with tfaf! adage, “to the
victor* belong the spoils” Miss
Virginia Rogers awarded 1st
priBe' to Rieu|)^Q Cherry an^ a
second prise to Miss Florence
Rowland.
Congraiulsilions to the class
with a purpoi>«. Whan pa^aing
on Pina Street, take note oi the
building being constructed on
tfa« corner of Pine and Enter
prise. That is the site for the
new Jit. Vernon Church. The
proceeds from the party went
to that end.
Dedicate
Negro Hall
At Fair
NEW yOHK, (CNA)—T h a
^jfro ilall of Achievenaenfc at
the New York World's Fair wij.l,
be dedicated on Saturday Aug.
12 it was ajjiooiiiiced this week
by tiie £;xecutiVe liuard of the
National Negro« . Achievement
Joinmission for the New York
Wo'ild’s Fair. "fhe date was
originally set for July 20.
The dedfEStion ceremonies
will take place at the Fair at
E p. m. tofibwthg -B parade
through Harlefti from 9 a. '.to
2 p. m. Among those who .will
participate in tlia ceremonies
aje Governor Herbert H. Leh
man of New York Mayor Fior-
elfe H. LaG.uardia of New York
City and Senator James" M:
Mead. — ♦
The. Governors of several
states have pledged their sup
port and have commissioned
TO LICTUKZ AT NATIONAL DSffTJU. A9SOCIATl(H«
/’
•f*
Miti
W it ^'
dentistry in
course in
N>BW YQjlK, (AN?)—T h e
School of Dental and Oral Sur
gery, (indicated by arrow) of
Columlbia univeraity at 168th
and Bcoadway will be the scene
of part of the dentaF'^clinicf
the National Dental Airi^ociattbn
during their annual convei’tion
Augu?t 14-18 in New York
City. . ^ -7 ,
Tuesday, lAugust 16 will_^
taken^»ap from 9 a. m. to 6 p.
to. with taible demoriBtrations by
memfe^rs of the faculty of the
.ntal School tritli luncheor.
served in the university build
ing aa the ^entat subjects cover,
ad wilf include • comprehensive
branches.
Friday August 18 from 9 a.
.n. to noon tha mambers of the
jisaocifttion pictured aibove will
I be among those giving clinics
at thfe School ^qf Dental and
Oral Surgery.
BOTTOM ROW (left to right)
Dr. S. A. Hunter, Durham N.
C.; Dr. Thom«a Walters N^w
York City. *- (ANP) .
Bus Case Hotly Contested'Burghardt Goes
To Wade’s
In Randolph Court
OCCO-NEE-CHEE
Self-Rising FJour
■lakff the Gums out of Bakingi {okI Saves you Money
UNHERALDED! WILL IT
AFFORQ to PAYT"
“LIKE
ACME REALTY
RALEIGH, NORTH
UNION INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY
DURHAM. NORTH CAROIJHA ‘ -
(Spaeial to the TIMES)
QRiEEiNSBORO, N,
Whether or not there ii civil
liability for ejecting a passenger
of colored from a bus becausc
(the is sitting near a white per
son was hotly contested in the
Superior Court of Randolph
ounty, l^orth Carolina, ^
ing the July 24>h Civil
Superior Court.
V"' V X
Miss Vella LassMr a teach
er in the Public-^hool system
of Reidsville WM tfee plaintiff
in the action arw "testified that
she spent Easter with hep. mo-
deTegations 0"*^
Negroes frpm their various
states to., attend the ceremonies.
The states that will be so repre
sented include Delaware! Colo-^
rado; Iowa; Alabama;^ Kan
sas, Michigan and many others.
The Alabama delegation will
be headed by Dr. George.. W.
Carver worffl famous scientist
of Tuskegee Institute.
PERSONAL LOANS
ARRANGED AT
Applied For
$S To $50
LOVE * CO.' BROKERS
202 Dapositor* Natioital
Basik
Iher in Kandolp.h County, March
28 iy>37 and she retttrned
lo jf.. n^oio her County eat
about 4 p. m. Mdnday March
29 19137 where she purche»ed,
a ticket for Greensboro over
the ^ireensboro-Fayetteviile Bus
i>mes that when the bus arriv
ed yhe' was directed to the rear
oi the bus with aeven other
passe/igers; that five of those
who pr«ceeded^. her occupied
long seat in the rear of the
bu?; that iwo otuef occupied
the fiist long seat. in the aisle
on ttie right coming fi^om the
rear; that she pulled dgwa the
first_^S&St in the aisle and Mt
dwwfti’ A»4r sitttftg there
me operaior_of the bus a
loud and^ - b^isterous tone s>i
voice yeited to her tnat ihe was
fitting- 'besid,e white persons
and tnat she could not sit there
and that sne would have t‘> '«t
off the buf. Miss Lassiter juade
him no answer and he again
yelled at her and told her she
can not sit. there because she
vt.is sittfng besides of white
persons. Bne , told him she- had
uo'&ght her ticket and he had
Her ticket and she a no rcHi^on
why she cciil^ not sit there.
lAt' the tiem, however a white
woman was sitting some di.v
tance to her left but she had
mada no protest, Uowsvei^
ii.eie w«.i e st..tt lu the |i'0i»t ol
tna bus wtiere the 0i>eiat0i
couia oave movea tu^ wuise
passeuj^er if he hau des>ted;
-i-ahe testiried’furtber tuat the
uperatoi’ 01 ui* uus-weut out
and sent tne s|atiua luanuger
in the bu.°; tuat he in a loud
and uncouth tone of voice,
told hei' to getn^j^y,^ the se^t;^
mat sue couiU ot
side the white possanger».'.>'
MIks Lassiter remained in her
seat and siiortly tnereafter tne
station manager sent policemen
sin tne bus who roughly iiandl-
ed her and thrust her oit the
uus ..without cause ir ex
cuse. SAetestUied further tnat
sAe was humU'iated, eml)arrass-
ed, i«utf»red mental anguish
and menial anxiety and per
manent injury tq_her left aim
Decauae ol tne conauct ot the
agent of tiie Ureenshoro-l'aye-
tteville Bus Lines and that she
furtiier alleged that the police
men had no warant and ^ that
they were acting as agents of
t.nu bui! company.
Miss Vella Leassiter iilad
suit against ttie ' company for
twelve thousand and five bund
red dollai-» for tne unlawful
ejectnent and. resultant inJur.^
les sustained. Slie employed her
Cdacliing School
,Sgm_rat6 attorneys who fear
lessly invaded new ^territory, in
effort to vindicate and uphold
her rights and the rigMs of the
menibeis of er race.
the »«rvicS'~af
repreented by
She securea^
and* as aiJiJ'
nere ifc-' Attorney ■ F. W. Williams of the
Winston Saletn Bar and Attor-
hey T. F. Saunders of the High
Point Bar. The Green!>4>oro-
Fayetteville Bus Lines was re
presented by the Law Firms jof
Brooks, -McLendon, Holender
and Brooks ^ Greemftoro and
Moser and Miller of AsMtoro.
This case, was presided over
miUta«t, .J«parti*l uar
biai^ed the Honorable All«» H.
Gwyn of Reidsville, North Caro
lina who demonstrated through
out the trial that Justice, tem
pered with mercy, shall aiways
prevail in his court.
Life Insurance
It Isn’t Debt
FOR BEST THERE IS IN BARBER WORK
CALL AT THE CRYSTAL BAABER SHOP.
4 MASTER BARBERS TO GIVE YOU QUICK AND
COURTEOUS SERViee WITH A SMILE
CLOSING HOUR» FROM. MONDAY THROUGH
THURSDAY 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 8 A. M. TIL liiSO P. M.
PLEASE CALL EARLY AND GET YOUR WORK
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
Crystal Barber Shop
706 FAYETTEVILLE ST.
J, f. Prop.
DUEiHiAH—Coach W. P.
Burghardt,- N. Cf*^ollege, H«ad
Coach rubbed elbj^ws with anil
discussed some of the problems
fur the footiball year with some
of the country’ll outstanding
football coaches last week. The
occasion was—fke ninth session
of Wallace Wade’s Coaching
School, held at Duke"" Univer
sity, ■
The Faculty of the school
consisted—of WaUace Wade^jvho
was olrector and in charge of
the football session; Eddie
Cameron who was in charge of
Basketball, Dr, Lenox Baker of
the Duke HoSiprttal staff w o
gave instruction? in training-
and conditioning of playecs,
and Dennis !?^anley ^nd Hubew
Lewis who wefe" in' Charge of
track instrucXTons.
The school as. a whole was
very successful and informa-
One method for balancing tive according to Coach Bur-
budgets i6 'to' earn more and ghardt. The Kicking game was
Notice
trustee NOTICE OF lALS
NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM COUNTY
UND6R AND BY VlRTUfi
th* powar eonfarrad upon
th* trust#* 'In m cerUin daed
oi trust datad July 1 1087 and
duly rtcordad in tha otfiea ot
^tha regiatar of D««|^a of Dur
ham County fn"^ook of Mort-
gagaa 24S at paga 397 duly az-
ecuted by Add Calhoua and
»a«), ^liuus caJli^uii; default
having been mada in th« pay*
ment of the M»e, tha under
signed Trustaa will offar for
sale at public auction at tha
Courthouaa door in Durham,
N. C. t* tha higheit 'bUdcr for
caah On SATURDAY, AUGUST
26th 1»3S ^T 1-2' O’CLOCK
NQON, tha following dascrib-
ad land, to wit*
B£ING LOT NO. 14 on tha
plat of tha F. M. Proctor land,
surveyed and platted 'by I£. C.
Belvin aurveyor on April Uia
^Uth 1908 which said plat i* re
corded in tha office of tha Ra-
gistered of Daada of Durham
County N. C. In B«ok ot Plata
No. 1 ^aga Its to which plat
reference ia harafby givan 'as a
part of this description. Lot No.
14 on the North "Ida o^ Martha
Street and-^ having a fronting
of 50 feet oq Martha Straat,
and extending back 160 feet
and ibeing 60 faat wida In tha
rear and being the land convey
ed >by the Griswold Insurance
Company by (ffead to which ra-
ferenca is hareiby made as a
part of ^ thia deacriptiou of said
I property and baing racordad.. in
Deed Book S at page 541. Kefer
enca ia hereby made to Trustee
Deed from’ W. H, Wilson^ Trua- *
tee to £. D. Pratt, recorded in
Book 89 at paga 666 in Office
of the Register of Daada ot
Durham Couaty.
THIS SALE will remaia open
for ten daya to reeatva iuareaaa
bida. aa required by law.
THIS PROPIEETY ia aoU at
.the requaat ^ tha Bolder of
said nota. ^ ,
This 25th day of July 1939.
£. R. M£>RR1€K, Truatee
M. H. THOMPSON Att’y.
spencf less, tout such a policy is
contrary to ' every progressive
principle. .
When a politician is ^ quiet,
he’s profcebly lls.tening for his
country* call.
stressed during the whplj? course
alftiough much time was spent
covering fhe various phases of
line play and tildickiag. tackling
and otlier fundamentals.
^.he one frnng which impress
ed }iim, stated Coach Burghardt
MODERNIZE AND ELECTRIFY YOUR HOME
Easy T«rm« Through Federal Housing Commiition
■■
Ettiiaaticin and Specification WithoMt Cut
. E. N. xeoH
electrical ENGINEER
618 FAYETTEVILLE ST.
PHONE J aS61
LIFE INSURANCE IS THE VERY OPPOSITE OF GOING
INTO DEBT IT IS THE ONE CERTAIN WAY OF
KEEPfNG OUT OF DEBT
V—.
When yOa start a iavfng* account aod decide to put five
'dollars ^a monjh into it, you never say that you have plann
ed on going into debt Rather, you /are providing a i%e«t-
■■f - .
egg for the fntuVe.
When you buy,a life insurance policy, roaults ar^'similar.
You pay In advance for • icortin amount of money that you
KNOW you wiir receive. BUT THERE IS ONE ESSEN-'
TIAL DIFFERENCE, Whether you live or die, the company
is bound to fulfill its contract. *“ ■
IT’S FURTURE SECURITY
:: IT ISN’T
MUTUAL
NORTH C
«PE i
^ODEfBOri
f yovrdaalardoe*
not hove II, ttnd
$1.25 (no extra
W. L. COOK, DISTRICT MANAGER
HAIR LOSES ITS COLOR
Larieuse Gives Quick
Results...Hair Tiiat
is Evenly Colored,
$ilky-Sdft and Aliurjhg
How many times hava you itcrtu.
ly admired tha sleek and richly
coforad hair of persons whom
you chanced to see or meat? How
many tUn*t ha«a you said (to
yourself), “Gee—I'd give any.
thing to have hair like AmtT
Wall, YOU CAN...thnmgh a
simpla application of Godefroy’s
Lariansa. •
This quick-acting, assyto-usa
hair coloring magiadly trans-
£omu dull, spiridess—yes, even .
if^ with naw Ufa and
beamy! Your hair once again
will be uniformly rolorful. It will
glaam like silken threads. You'll
look yMrs younger. Get Larieuse
•■iSiyiT-ipor iofaq'»n!
et^UeuAe
HAIB COLORIKIG
eoDiitoY MANUPAcnnm* eoaiPMff • ssis eu^if.TtT. loiw, mo.
Utisliess M
lo OUarlolte
Continued from paga 8
300 which is 110,951 ;100 mora
than the three month tota) of
the record yw of 1937.
Bank clearmgs are known to
be an excellent barometer of
general )bilflne»a conditions,’
and while there are aa yet^no
surea to atActftatuatis the be
lief those which an the finan^ial9,
center *^f-the Carolinaa is grow
ing in impotence.
Clearings thus far thia year
indicate that it will be tha
biggest y«ar in the history of
the Clearing Hous Asaoci|ition.
For the first seven month of
the year, *the clearings have
totaled |486,996;00&. which ia
f7O,(6lrf?B00 over the total of
the corresponding periods of
i»38. The 1938 clearings wera
fl'0s,0l36}500 less than the total
for 1&37 which means that It
will he, necessary now to gain
only about thirty tttUlion dollatv
dui'ing) the remaining five mon
ths of the year to exceed tha
record of 1987.
was the perfect timing of. plays
whidh waa noticed durinjr th*
demonstrations. The demonstra
tions were given by tha Duka
football squail under thft direc
tion of Coac* tTA^e. *
DON’T SAY YOU
TfaveMon^
A MAN who became Presfdent of the
Banic of one of America's larg^
was placed in Nomination for Pi^jldent,'
barefoot boy. He was rinsed in m I09
County, in the hiO country ol ICmtiMlcy.
He made hit opportunity. He woriced
^ START SAVING REGULARLY
We Welcome Your^anlcin
MecliaAic & Imis
f:
Natimal
studied.
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