North Carolina Newspapers

    N. C, Mutual Holds 42nd Annual Policyholders And Directors Meeting
Volume XXII — Number Four
Durham, North Carolina, Saturday, 25th., 1941
Howard Student Sues Governm^t
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Charlotte Leaders Petition Tlie City Council For Negro Policemen
Barred From Air Corps
Young Negro Sues To
Force Admittasce
Buit to compel officials of the War
(Department to consider hi* ap
plication for enlistment in the
United States army air eoros as
a “flying cadet’’ was filed here
today by Yancey Williams, »
etudent at Howard Universiity.
The complaint which was filed
in the United States District
of Columibia, names as defendants
Secretary of War Henry Stimson
Chief of Stafif Major General
George C.' Marshall,
Local Idsuraiiiee
Company Has Over
Six Miliioi In fissets
Students h
Sohooi la @ias$es
Ifter leetis
■T No jwe will rw?«»ive meals in
the Dininff Hull funfil mKiee
i,^ received.
4 The ^trike »ill last until the
ExwLitive Ootincil notit’ies thf
student? that action, favorablt*
to the students has b.’en taken.
We, as student-?, fee! that we
The annual nieetinor of the Mu- ful in its liistorv. Seated at the is R. McDougald. secretary-
DURHAM —- Followii^ an es-,dent Spaulding sjwke at length
tablished custom, and in keeping on the part life insurance is play-
with the by-laws of the iristitu-’ing in the economic life of the ,
Adjutant the policyholders of North nation, stating: “The past ten tual Building and Loan Associa- loft in the picture is C. (’. Spauld-|treasun>r. The gentlemen in the
Oeneml K S^^Adams Chief of ^Carolina Mutual Life Insurance years of social unrest and business this year showed the company ing, F. L. MeCoy. fhainnan of the I foreground, facing the officers of follows:
Air Corps Major General Henry|Company met in annual session,dfeturbanoes have served to stim- condition. Last year Board is standing. To the left of the association is J. H. 'Wheeler,
H. Arnold, And Major General Monday, January 13.
Walter S. Gh"ant, oommanditig
general of the third corps area.
The suit is being brought not only
in his own bdialf, Williams sayS
in the complaint, but also in be
half of all other Negrroea “smil-
arly situated."
In his complaint, Williams, who
has completed two years of coll
ege's, work at Howard University,
allies that he has sucoesstfully
completed the primiary and se
condary training courses of the
Civil Aeronautics Authority and
holds a private pilot’s license. He
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Policyholders from various sec
tions of the country were present
and participated in the meeting.
In his annual message, Presd*
ulate 4 keener desire on the part reported by its secretary to Mr. McCoy is .1. S. Stewart assist- Cashier of the Mechanics and| 1 Begin:
of the people for life insurance ® success'ant secretary at te extreme right Fanners Bank. ary l.'i,
protectionf." That “during this
period other values shrank, some
were entirely wiped out. and a
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CHARLOTTE, — (Special) —|Was the victim of a knife wielded
John Henry Edwards, alleged by Wilbert “Buster
film flam artist, of E. Third st.,1 Continued on Page Two
Flames Entirely Wipe
Out Home Of Family;
Parents Are Away
TloKKGEte Instrtnte, AH. —
(isjyeoial to the TIMEJS)- — On
January 14, the folloAiingr mimeo
graphed statements which had:
been prepared by students strike
leaders here last wpek were cir-;
Iculateil among the studeats at
Tuskt-gee Institute;
“Fellow studeuts, the time has
come for us to report to the most exerei^eil e'. er%- eL*ment of
potent method of persuasion that huwaiUy po->ih’e to-
we know. Tl;e method is one viiere aetioji exeeiii the ore outlln.; 1
a gronn act as one in respect to ^l>t;'.in,iii!? no resu.ts . fro a
a matter that aftet'ts all. In sim- attacp, we feel t?ft»t all of us.
pie- terms it is ^vefe#^'a!n• for us students of Tuske^ee Institute,
to execute a strike agaan-'t the should render an exhibition of
desjiiciable conditions existing in concerning the Dinin-;
the cafeteria. problem. We want food of a
The proposed plan of events is *^‘‘tter quality and in uuantitie^
that are suitable for the upkeep
of the human bo»ly.
niujj Wednesday, Janu-1
1941 no nLen wiU re-' Xo one need fear the matter
port to drill. concerning expulsion from school.
2 No one will report to classes. Please turn to paije Se. eu
CHARLOTTE, (Special to the Negro [>olice for the most deselr
TIMES) .— A delegation, sfon- pof ulated areas of N’e*rn> seltle-
ored by the Crusaders, local anti- ments. Mrs. H. L. McCrorey. one
w , ' 11 • (. 1 1 ^ V 41. organization headed by H- of the representatives, forcefully
. f," i!; T Houston, Editor and publisher pointed out that the apparent de-
TIMLS) - The two room home demolished by tlames, last Monday smaHdr children of the home. At Charlotte Post, met with cav in the" moral fabric of the
Dreher, 23 of Mr and Mrs. Morris Haynes evening. The fire is thought to the time of the fire both parents ^j^v council here last Wednes citv’s ^outh is one of the contri-
1412 Main St. in the Cherry sec- have been started by a lighted! (Continued on Page Six)
day evening to offer a petition for
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The banquet held each year for the local ministers aitd their wives by the N. C. Mutual Life Insurance Company has become a tradition, and is IH>ked forward to as one of the crowning events of the season. The picture at the left sh ows Mrs. RAJ. Wliitt*i C«k-
er of the company and noted civic and social leader e-xtending greetings greetings to the guests. The center shows Rev. J. H. Thomas, Pastor of Mt. VernonBaptist urch expressing apprwi.ntion for the affair. The photo at the right b » foil view of li» }nTrrmt
table. Officers company including its president, C. C. Spaulding are seat in the foreground.

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