North Carolina Newspapers

    SOUTHERN “IT ALUMNI TA^K IT OVER
Pictured Attending Southern ‘IT 27th Founder’s Day
A irroup of Southern University alumni chattinjjr over “old times” at the annual alumni re
ception honor'ing the founder, his wif^ wd son. They are, left to right: Charles Keel, in
structor, Tensas Parish Training Schcjpir '^iss Sadie Mae O'Connor, Jeanes supervisor; P. 0.
Wailes, president of Alumni Pederatidn; Mi^. Jewel Thompson, secretary to coordinator of
national defense at Southern; and Miss AlSirtine Parker, instructor at I^uisiana Bural Nor
mal at Gramjoling.
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I R^>tuming to Wiaslhingioin white and colored, wfco ar© in-
thrpft. .later, Mr*. Butlwr t»rescJ in this coratounlty pro-
sayi^>''to th© jecfc are uii^ed to make a contri-
ol1ic«« there in a bution. Any aaiouat cootribated
t»tat«ment in whiicA eiie however «lmall or l«ig« will be
flMltjt^for a irefural of her moniey gladly accepted by tiie workers.
Mr. White’s iction was the ^ Se trip, fjCJ.70. Th« company Executive Director John E.
reawlt of inforniation which ,proi|^*^l to inveatiKate. .. Payne, announces that the Club
rame to the NAACP that th« twiw^n Arkansas -i»U>37 w«o pootos are open every day in the
Indiana Ch^iber . of n«uiunprce aipj*«](ed io Jj/f: 'hifc*i court "rom week except Sunday and the pu-
-BUS SUIT-
(Continued from page one)
trick, head of the Civic Develop*
merit Department of the U. B.
Chamber.
was opposing a bill in the state
legislature which would operate
Bff^uinat imions which discriniin-
at«r against JTegroes. '
Ii\ reeptaise to a protect on
tJ»is aJle^d action, thie United thin^
States CSiamber of Commeree m- gi©nfl
plied, throiigh its president, tjjg
James S. Kemper, th«t it did not
h«ve any authority over the In- •
diana chamber, but that it .waa
referring the .whole question to.,
its conunittee on civic develop- ((
ment. The matter in ,turn had
been referred to the Department ^
committee of the U. S. Chamber, j ,
_L ano.
'AVI
ige district court l»c is cordially invited^ to come in
it had no jurisdicition and observe tJje pr(^r^ for the
3 matter. hoys which is in full operation
»n wrote ~th^ otiher at- 3:00 o’clock p. m. to W.OO
general: “The alaJ-minK p. m. The following per-
me is that the solicitor the present offloers ofi
Shade,
Top picture, left to right
Clark, Mrs.
Clark,
lUion taken
[ichelL
in the O^lub* . J. l^e^^^nedy, Jr.*^ * * * r'*”” ~ ^ ~ w. a .
bv th« arvnpl- President; W, D. Hill, Tice Prea|- ^ A l>oley^caught by Southern University’s photographer attending the
y ^ appei- , 1 , a\umni's annual reception honoring the founder, his wife, and son during the celebration of
the 27th Founder's Day,
Lower picture: J, E. Williams, state director of Negro education; Mrs. J. SC Clark, Dr.
Felton G. Clark, Y. L. Fontenot, president of the schol for blind white children, and J. S.
Jones, state director of W. P. A. educational for Negroes, after hearing Dr. J. S. Clark's
masterful Founder’s Day address.
lOYS* CLUB -
itinued from page one)
their services to conduct
to house feanvassi fk>r caah
jphnlRes for THE JOHN,^*’’’'
|Y BOYS CLUB, Avfliich isj
dent, Mrs. Et9iel B. Hubbard,
Vice President, E. W. MidgC'tte,
Secretary; Mrs. Ethel 8- Berry,
Atesistant Secretary; Mist Horn
D. Holloway, Assistant Secretary
H. Wheeler, Treaftirer and
John E. Payne, Executive Diree-
FORCED TO STANI>; not ,^t supported by the city, COURT; MITCHELL-
; (Continued from page one) i^atfej^or the local Community i (Continued from page one)
eise ah© «x>uUl stand up ‘ ‘sinoo Fund^ndi is entirely dependent ^ the
- ON RECORD -
0ue^ and maintainied and are
/n J J- \ now puisuine; and maintaining tie
(uontmued from p&ge one) ®
school ejstem is under the defen >f
board of -education transportation
|d«nit
Intersitate Commerce com-
fcer® ie plenty of room. ” Slue updn -^he contribution of aharit-
she lh>aid to accept this latter able ^d civic minded citizens o£
aM^mative. ; owr 4|y» and all persona, both
missi(»i bad eared! in dismieslngf
his petition for equal aoeoeioda>
tions.
_ eraperiiiitendent.
alleges further
Th« complaint
Asii Action On
PoU Tax BiU
WASHINGTON (A N P )
/ Brinq You Complete
Dairy Seri/ice...
Chocolate Milk
A Pasteurized
Milk
Grade
Whole Lactic Acid
Milk
Mellow Milk
(Homoirenized)
Sour Cream
Cottage I Cheese
Golden Guernsey Milk
Whipping Cream
Coffee Cream
Gold Seal Butter
(Salted or Svyeet)
Mel-O-Rich
(Homogenized)
Fancy Ice Creams
Ice Cream Sherblerts
Punch
Fancy Molds
Ice Cream
Lactic Buttermilk
Golden Flake Butter
milk
Gold Seial
DURHnm DfllRY
for white school children in the
variooai seotioins of Greensvillte
Cowity and of ailing and refusf
“Defendiants over a long period ingi .provide similcir fre© 'bus
of'y«i» have' cdnsistently pmv traJMportation for Negro pfapiis CSngreBBnmn Lee E. G^er of
thflx>ugihout th« various sections CWifomia petitioned the house
of Gtreemsville County. Such of reprec^tative Monday /to
di3crimiination is being practic bring out of oommittee the anti-
ed against plaintiff and other bill, H. R- 1024. Tihe
Negro children, similarly aiituated whicii would prohibit the
Solely on ajocount of their race ®oUe«ition. of poll taxes as a re-
or color.'' > I ' quirement for voting in federnl
jelections, was first imtaioduoetd
jin oongTOSs in August, 1939.
Hearing were held by tlie sub-
eomanittee last March, April and
committee' of the house judiciaiy
Celebrates Founder’s
Southern University
Celebrates Foi
Appropriately
been taken by the oommittee.
^ RESPECTED MATRON PASSES
I Funeral services for Mrs. W. E. WaUer,
respected local citizen were held at the hcrtiie
501 Massey Ave., Thursday at two p. m. Mrs.
Waller, who was stricken Monday, is sur
vived by her husband, and a host of rela
tives and friends. She will be greatly mise-
' ed from the large family circle she graced as
central figufe, so long and capably.
Th© aotion by Rep. 3eyer
followed a decision of the United
States Circuit Court of appeals
jin,Cincinnati Saturday, uphold
ing the wwistitutioniality of the
8 faulty poll
as a prerequisite to vot
ing-.
SCOTLANDVILLE, La. —“From
an ' institution with
membeom »nd 48 students planted
(Ml 520 acres of land with 6 ca
bin®, 3 small broken down iarmi, The decision of the court, Re.p
houses, one horse barn, ehed said, makes even uKxre
and th© plantation house haat "«oeesary action by congrejs to
blowomed the beautiful Southeim o«tla,w the poll tax. Congress hias
univeieity you now see" was the power granted to it under'
wliat Dr. J. S. Clark presideiA *e oonstitution, and it has the
emeritus, told ov-er 2,000 studi duty especially in these times,
ents, teacAers, alumni, former ^ est«.blish a 100 per cent De-
aitudents, stnid friends assembled mocracy in the United States,
the university audiitorium to
in
hear his 27th Founder's Day
address last Sunday.
‘-Today” said Dr. Clark
find e plant worth $3,915, 343,
000 to compare with $76,000.00
27 years ago. You find a c*m
pusj of 76 buildings which p(no struggle,
vide instruction for 13000 stud
ents under the leadership of a
faculty of 108 persons 34 of
whom are Southern graduates.
DURHAM • CHAPEL HILL • HILLSBORO
Dr. Clark, who was elwted the
fiTE^ Njgro preeidtent of neiw
Southern university, retired
three years ago, and his son. Dr.
Felton O. Clark, was elevated
from the deanship to the presi
dency. “He is doing a magnifi
cienit job” wad the maoner in
which many alumni ezpres«ed
themselves upon visiting their
alma mater.
In closin?, Dr. Clark admonish
ed all; “Buildii^ and grounds
«looe do not make a school. It
must be ti>e spirit, ideas, and
philsosphy of the great people
who will inspire us as e Walk
acroMB these groundB andi find
■written on every building,' oarr
ed on every one in invisible lines
tlie spirit that must lead* us on.
0^^, QRACE, SOME 07=r
TJ-IE BEST ^ARCrAlfJS
ikj rue pap£flt£3pav/
LETTS' 60 s^^oppmai
i'U- MEBT
you AT
WINE and DINE at
ARCHIE’S BAR and GRILL
601 E. First Street
Specialities in Breakfasts
Lunches, Dinners
' >
Imported and Domestic Wines
J Pints, 15c—Pints, 25o-Quarts, 45c
is Fiiestone’sl94l
contributioa to highway
safety! Here’s more non*
skid safe^, more protection
against blowouts, more
mileage than we’ve ever boilt
into a tire — and at a NEW
LOW Trade-In PRIO£:
MOII
NON-SKID SAFETY
3,456 scientifically
placed sharjp-edgea
angles grip nrmly for
emergency stops and
tujn-wd starts.
LONGEI
NON-SKID MIIEAGE
Fhiner, wider, deeper
tread adds thousands of
safer miles.
GREATER PROnCTION
AGAINST BLOWOUTS
New Safety-Lock Gum-
Dipped cord body gives
greater protection^
against blowouts.
JUST THINK!
VOU GET Ati THfSE
I ^ X T R A S A F E f Y
^fAfURfS A7 p^£iv
low PR!cf5
COflfE IM i
The war industries will make
money out of the defense pro
gram; labor is demanding a fair
share of the profits. Our farm-
ers hope they will not have to
bear all the cost of the world
J
Tire$ton«i#
CONVOY TIRES
low h Prke-
Bvt HIGH IN
SATETY, QUAUTY
AND MIIIA6E
Compare this
Firestone Convoy
Tire with any ocher
tire built which sells
at soch a low price.
Buy it—use it—aix)
you will find yoursdf
dollars ahead ia
long, non*skid
mileage and safety.
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COHVOT
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m nm mam
A4R.
MERCWAMT
WAS IT
YOUR AP
SNIE o
BEADi
It is not only priced at rack-hoMoat, bat il
carries the full nit£STC»a UISTIMl
GUARANTEE.
Us/en m “Kmcv af Firrstmu,'* Mtmday NJS.C. NuApmA
ALEXANDER TIRE DIVISION
P. O. Boole, Mgr.
Ck)rner Main & Gregmn Sts.
    

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