North Carolina Newspapers

    271 fo Be For First Negro
VMt Spinn Of Air Gn^
be M-
.. W^aSSKtTON (flptd«l) —
War D&ot^tmmt todw u- AppticAtioaa wilt alao
*md th^tkm «pt*d tmm *ndid^
•f Wii PaMoR Sqaftdnm, for woiirt**iU m c*de*«
fiiM ]li«fo «nit th« Air to P«Mfy m jxMa of the •quad**
Cbep* ftr wliieh 2?B Mefroe* Th« unit will h*ve about
fltaiaa all wetiow luUioo 33 pikte.
«iB W Mitiate^ fcr llie gron&d Tli« 276 mm ,to be ralisted
lifttl Im trained aa nulntenaije# f
crwri of the aquadron. Lika *U
AtlMr n>m Tttmted for .the iir g.
Oo*|», Oic«e rwruita piuat Iw*-Krop*, AtUm Wi«ir
at iMiA a hieli fchool sh,», «,d Bobby Bynm.
1%^ aittst ulso pmt tne A»i
Oozpa t««t to delennin^ tli*ijr| _ rt *1
imi^iuty --rgvofs tCMiiiciun&ii
Ai» Corpa tMhsKsal ^ehodi. i
KrSflKr _ PT-ANWIMQ for youth LEGSLATURE Britain. Food Minirtet, w a
. ... (Oontinued from PMT* on«^
After tha men have j»aifB H. Boykins, bead of Cm
their baaic training li^ Chaaute
m
DR. AUBREY L. PALMER
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
We rmdntain a completely equipped
office for the exclusive convenience
of the Colored Peopla
tel 3-8500
(OppMlte PaUic likiMy) »7-A N. Tryon 8*.
m
atabUiiied
aader Preas, but he ai^d “thif
la aan 1941 and we mlAt «K trrff
‘^ wall be Fealiatie.'»
« Kagro
, Bnw )a1a« tK«
Th^r^ Mie
up
Ontobar I, IMl ttoy wmi ^ «aliatic.'»
traarferwd to Tuakegee, Ala., iwminate
wliapa Hi* 90th f How might delay th‘. of
^ win ^ formrf, Th«r ehy to aecur® ■ pro
flypg pliape^of the tra.m^^
cadet
Qreenaboro’s terribW Mqiiii.
-Youth Week
WINE and DiNE at
ARCHIE’S BAR and GRILL
M & First Street
Specialities in Breakfasts
I . ■.
Lunches, Dinners
Incqported and Domestic Wines
} Hilts, ISc—Pints, 25c«-Ouart8, 45c
wUl begia a^
aohool ta ^ eatabljiiied neitf
TtMegee SM^^tate. *
Proapaetive for t%a
ikiniee taet advised that (Continvied from page Qne)
watt-' be AQaepM i» ^ weA in the ehunA; 4 tag
oaiinr tbi^’ thi^ apply — firtl6 day; dvamatie ni^t* aveo
flsM, Served. {^iliatiag-ing, h^ «cho4 apeakit^p day;
wiii»ti«fi#1h S'week, wiiieir wiUiand a final mwi maating girtiBr
fiv« all apii^eanta equal oppor^ day «TeAiog wh«n i»«inin«nt
tunMy to i«aeh recmiting s6i- speaken will ad*dreaa gvoopa in
tiona at I dW^Rated air fielda variow eiti«a. Priaea in tiia $500
the di4ribtttim . of . reoroUing national (»«»y coniett fftioaored
qsotaa ia aa'IbUc^a':' ' ‘ by th« NAAOP wiU be at^arded
Mitcjiel Field, Tofk .40 that n^ht
Bolling’ Pfeld. I>. C. '
Maxwell yitH, Ala. ‘
]j>atteim>B^ Maid, , j .
Ckannte^FKldjt'IlUnoia
M.aroh iSiejd, .Calii^ i ,r. ,
S*a Ajo^Io, ^exaa c • ^
■• New Farmers-■
■ fib' •'
‘.r K -.
40
3^
(Continued from p«ge on«)
^ aebMl will be «o»d«ieted.
^ Thoee ^king part to hi» pbaae
of the program inelud* Jamea
Warren, of Ore«m|KH^ nar
preaideot; Jethro fiiU, dt
|w, W
[jfciooal
V Canada plwn a reduction o#|pir,e bI^, Ark., forme# preaident
35 {nr ceikt 'the wh^t Mr*)
'• .» ' .■ . r
‘'Ajrmy. «^pir«ts riaa in' fliintit
eiMhcia* due to In'pi'^aM trtitf
tar. ■ •••■' • -^
DAVIDSeN BROTHERS
FUNERAL HOME
Ml is. Mint St. Phone 34336
WiUkie Wiiea tnit^ St4lM
^ook-rt^dihff haBit«.
: . ' V i*' ^
H. J. Bevels, of Monroe, La,
Health Week >■
(OoRtinu|d from p«ge one)
ttiaifc dnparticii»anta' in the pro
gram -aceept responiibiUty Aw
^ be^erment of peMonal health
^Dr.; I’ai^n/'tMekr eaya to aquiti aome'Afll In
Brit»iA item American jdoctoiNC Vifgt,'aid as their eontribation
'k.hl.riarti^'-’i4id' ^
ak» fer"V€Witiea;3t«tW
BHtain.
.r [to the
*^g»*m.
A ateries of
Satnt^ay,
radio ^
Mai«h 29,
ftddressea
«0 ttiia
HUStquTs
ftp Em^^Seeoad Stre^
• ' SHiCVES 15c
BREVARD ST. BARBER SHOP
Shower BalJis 15c =
“ N. G. EDWAltD^
m Sb r^ CL'
t i %-~rt i •*.'
■w|»A lete SiDoTdW^^ *‘l*«taoiial Hygiene
hour d^enalB pMjsotfe. ****** P»a|>awdn€»'’
.irilt aonnd ^ ataotkig gong,
fde peahape, ti)« |^«etnt
>pTogi^iji[ fo * ‘ baU«r fitallh jp»«*
paj4dnes» id. Mm annals of ihis
«6u»t#y’« Ifapo popnla-
m pro^m tor tike #ee|u
March April ‘ ‘
Snnday^ Mobilizaitffiti Day
l^nday, Horitv 'fieaitif Day
Tuete^yi'- Cdmmnnity Saai^-
tion Day.
'Weto^ay; fipeowl' bpnpsi^
• A^oHffr, B^th Pay
IW^y, ■ ^Healti a»i
Safety .-Dily.-'-' rC'>.,,.C^ >•
‘ Gkoetal Cfoan isp
f
:
: : , ; TOrSE^ BDME i i ;
323 80UTB BREVARD STREET
PkMM M91 NItkt nMB« 8-6037, 3-2172
FlUsti r^ViHnii^^iEi^
E»* ■l4r8t''^..'^
total of more th^m 6,870,*
Woo It on, kaaannounced the op- OOOjOOO haa been loaned by cred-
ening of poi^ bars when tha it lastitutiona operating under
Englishman may get all the po- the supervjwion of the Farm
tatoea he ean eat for W cents. Credit Aministration aince the
jPCA was organized in May,
1933.
Lard production haa declined
hog
Japan, ¥re lather, ia trying
consideraUy with i^ueed
marketinga during the
three montha and is expected to
continue iome amatler than a Spring remihda ua that ^ere
year earlier throughout 1&41. ia still time to paaa a law out-
to find out if the AXis alliance
5^ ia what Tol^o thought it was.
Above are shown three key youth leiMiers of the Sbuthei^
Negro Youth Congress planning .lor the "Alabama Youth legis
lature" whieh convenes in, Enaley, Alabama, Ma^ !^h to
M)th. The Youth Legialature will consider discrimination
against Negro youth in the government armunent program
and the ill treatment of Negro conscripts in the camps. Ijeft
to right: Annie Mae 'Echola, Robert R. Wilson and Ethel Lee
Goo^an, all of Birmingham. j
sata
iin> NEWS SYNDICATE
Bitty MitchoU, pc$}\:i|^ Negro curtist, as he appears wtih
Dsi^s O'Keefe in Jlepublfc's nev mysfery tijriller, “Mr. -
District Altomey" ^cture, sugtpestea by.Ae p>op\|^
radio sericd of tiiSs siisn^e' rKtme, iedtures midi outstan&ii^
per{onx)ifln.as florvnce Rice, P^ter Lorre and Stanley Pidge^
Save Time and Money
By Relaxing in the
BffO
m3 %J
GMNG *FO AND FROM work can b* a pleasun If yoa
ride the bus. You get home earlier.
; / Dur^m
s Servlcc Co.
&BgO«k'
iiad IViilow
u:.-. " ■
BEte
apssESf^
Trsi*-
M. C. eOGGlNS GROCERY
'IW ▲ OOIIFLETE Unp Of CSOCEBIES and
Q1MUTY MEATS
Pender Stores
and
B« Stir $nper IHarktts
MOH . E Y ^ p fe )PA K
On IManto^ Wst^hi^ J
SHverwaN, Meii^ Cto^g, Type
Wiiteis, Gima. Hiutod ln
•tnimenti^ aiqrthtaff of value.
TO
' LOAN CO.
I m EAST TRADE STREET
I'XSiMotte^ Oldest aiicl l*rgt9l^
^m,.faeB three)
f«r
ihe dSi^’l . # habit of
rof drilling an^, she is a model;
wife in' evei^ «th«)r way*.. 'I be
lieve yoa wili^ Iw- aUe to Oan-
yinee her to it. Cairry her to
ehureh. more. ■
JPT — WUl I g«t a job thia
year like l^e one X h^d back in
1939 f Pleaae answer soon-
Ana; Nqm I ipi afrwd you
wonbe’SO fdrtnnate. It is in
dicated to me that yw will ie-
piain on the imme job you are
on now for an indefinite period.
Lode arotind fw something dif
ferent this gammer while you
are not working. •.
, .Vi, t
ipK tirr I
-
AlraiHiimiai
SCHOOL-RINGS, ^TS,
FRATERNHT - JEWELRY
6IUUHJATING - NURSES - PINS
ttFLOYD-HORNE
Ohiittte. H. a
:
KING'S’
FOODST(ffiE
CiMceries apd M«*ts
Mr—He won't leav« bis wifeli
b.>cao»e of his religion. We
Wh k)ve each- otHar. . Do you
t^ink 1 am b«in|f a^ioQl or should
I leave him «loD«f ■
Am: .Indeed'you are acting
very fooK^. It '• true religion
do€^*t si^tion '^a divorce but
Ifnt. does it. honor an outside
.such a youfSt Ho- Be
knew you l^wo y*a«l before he
married, his V^e and you didn’t
appeal to him «ioti|ii for marri
age and he is men^y Qsiag you
now do not mntin«^ on you ai-e
hjtrting 3^orfra^, "n«t ^is wife.
This'man is entire^ 4^ dd for
^ yon anyway.
#' The liq.|00 loli > time life
IP instance of ^jn coup'
^ents 01
^ try last year aided American
w faifailiM in creii^kur additional
Siao E. Fl»t St., Owriette# insutance protectien .of ap-
|pranBPW3«(3 “*•
I itionwtde.
Manufacturers Of
Quality Cotton Fabrics
Durham, N. G.
Erwin, N. G*
Gooleemee, N. C.
    

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