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itiliiein, Sprint Season of 1940” i m 11* I
cont.minf 246 page* of infor-1|AwafH A||^ lJ|gh
mayon to ffuide f»rmer« m‘WffOIll /UIUU lUgll
I more intelHtent use »nd Pur* pn|f|f ^nrHr fM
chase of plant food, it now off a Ullll> vl
^r.rJpr:“pT|Hampton Cage Squad
Rsleigt^ April 10. — North Coltrane, assistant to the Com-:
Ckn4ina*s annual bulletin on missioner of Aarriculture, said
"AlHUyM* of Commercial Fer- today.
cage aqnad, were 'Uie two higb Boliert “Slim” W»tt« ofi
■ooren in ti»e 1941 «ea«o*i,*gt. Louii^ Missoar was fifth with
Coaeb C. H. WiHiam# today an-'
uoun«ed.
Alleni a junior in the Divi«on
of Edtieation from E5u|rlewood
New JerMy averaged a total of opponents' total of 774.
HHiinniffliiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiniiniuiiflnm^
Service . .
Yom wlU find w SERVICE con^ete to Uie SBiaUMt
detaiL Our yMrs of eiperiene* enable na to uticipatc
jroiir need and therefore aerre you hotter.
-Thoofhtfnl Attention To Even The Saiallest Detair
AHETS FUNERAL HOME
Ml PiM Street 24 Hour Service Phone J.2971
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Durham Academy Of - '
Medicine
PROFESSIONAL
DIRCTORY
LEXX G. BRUCE. M. D.
Physican and Surxeon
• 814% Fayptttfville St.
Telephones
Otttee 3-6222 Res.
S. N. MILLS, m. D.
PHYaClAN AND SURGEON
Office 106% Parrish St.
FECIAL ATTENTION TO
DISEASES OF WOMEN
Trained nurm in attendance
DOCIOR E. P. NOBBIS
ra^msT
707% I^yetteville Street
Hoars 9^ 2-3 4-7
Teleplu>na
Office J-832I Bes. J-9042
R. P. RANDOU% IL D.
PHnaOAN AND SURGEON
‘ 312 Dowd Strept
Office Hours 9-10 34 6-7
TeJephonoB
Ofice N-^11 Res. N-5562
I. E. TUBNBR. M. a
INTERNIST
618 Fayetteville Street
Telephones
Ofiece L-8254 Res. J-8S64
I. & THOXPSQN. M. D.
PHTaCIAN
709% Fayetteville St.
Telephoni:^
Office L-2541 . Res.
KIJJS E. TONET. M. tk
a03 Hillsboro Stre^
Oxford, Korth.Ckroliaa
Telephones
Office 445 Rea,
DOCTOR A. S. HUNTER
DENTKT
N. C. Biutual Building ^
Office 1-4)691 Res. L-35811|
Eiampt»i Institute
Defeated Five of Its
(^pon^tsy Scorinar
669 Points 774 Total
HAMPTON, Ya. ~ Howard
Allen and Q«oi^e “Tiny” Tboinp
son, iwcently appointed co cap-
t«ij» of next year'# Hampton
13.8 poiota per game, and Thomp ^defeated w«re Howard,
iumi, alao a junior in ttie Division
of Education, who comos from
MiddlcAown, Ohio waa e^aC b«-
Nnd with 11.4.
Julee F. Jackson, captain of
thia seaBiMi'a team, of Montgo
mery, W, Va. waa third in soor-
ing honors with 7.3; John “Ace’
PhilUpi of Hampton scored 7.^»
l.O per
Hampton defeated five of ita
15 oK>onent« for the season and|^ /I f l\
scored 0f.9 poinl. (^^^086 !l 116 U I. U.
12,000 Negroes At
Ford’s Are Loyal;
DO DROP IN
to
THE HOLLYWOOD INN
*If Not Satisfied...Dtmt Tell
Otters...Tell Us”
118 S. Maitgum St. Prop. BIrs. Hayfwood
Teams
Saint
Paul, Bluefieldi Lincoln and a
return engagemwit againe| Saint
Paul.
Hillside Aw^ded
Sportsmanship
Trophy At Negro
National Tourney
Eliminatcfd in Qxtsxier
Finals by Roosevelt
Hig^ School of Gary>
Indiana » • • *
BT WILLIAM A. TUOK .
(Sports Editor)
BT BOBERT A. OBUMP
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OCCO-NEE-CHEE
Self-Rising Flour
Takes the out of Baking and Saves you Monty
DOCTOR M. c: KING
Telephonoi
Offioo 2S3-6 Res. 249-1
IVanklinton, N*. C.
& M. BECKFORD, ML D.
. GENERAL SURGERY
218 Montgomery Street
Hpndonon, N. C.
I *
W. A. 0:£1^ND, m. D.
PHYSCIAN AND SUBGfiON
Biltmore Hotel
East Pettigrew Street
Hours:
8:80-10:80 1-2 ff:30-7;60
Telephones
Offioe BM021 ; 4. Res. 1-1634
J, W. V. CORDICE, M. a
GENERAL SURGERY
711% Fayetteville Street
’ * Telephones
J^l . L-8571
DOCTOlt J. M. HUBBARD
DENTIST
N. C. Mutual BvU^ir
Office Hourr,‘9-1.12:80^:30
Ev^ni^gs md Sm»}ays by
Appointooiit
Telephotofe 34}^
Scarbrough & Hargett
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Phonni Day J.372I. NUtht J.37I S2] E. P.Mcn* g.
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To Save
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INVEST PART OF YOUR
EARNJNGS IN
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SHARES • • • 82nd Series Now Open
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HODSES FOR RENT
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No. ROOMS ADDRESS
WEEKLY BATE
2
C Adaau Crart
f 2.50
2
8 Adaau Ct.
2.50
2
19H2 Alston Arenne
2.00
3
529 O^eaian Alky
3.00
3
113 Dnnstan Street ^
8.S0
3
121 Dnnstan Street "*
3.60
2
ItlO f^yettevllfe Street
IS. 00
1
811 Fayettevflle Stieet
10.00
4
1M8 Fayetteville Street
6.25
5
1912 Fayetteville StrMt
6. SO
3
812 Gleadale Avenue
3.50
3
3t6 Bant Street
3.00
3
SU Mobile Atwaue
3.00
5
606 Mobile Avenoe
A.OO
^4
2M MaifBe Street
4.00
4
526P Pettfgnw Street
4.50
5
418 Piedoumt Avenue
5.50
528 Proctor Street CStore Bldg.) 6.S0
2
606 Kamsey Street
2.50
2
906 Raauey Street
2.50
2
!• RaMef Street
2.50
2
612 &uila^ Street
2.50
2
4M Banoy Street
2.00
X
ao mtrner Steeet
3.00
3
416 Roney Street
3.00
3
418 St. Jaeei* Stnet
3.50
3
iMSt. Joee^Rreet
3.25
4
fSU Sooth Street
4.50
3
M6 SparfcaM^Street
3.26
3
307 Sowefi Alley
3.00
3
lli UMBtead Straat
3.75
2 "
UK Willaid Stieet
2.50
3
714 Whitted Street'
3.50
A Tl^ Hfliiie BnaDdng
BBtatiwi
&
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tiiiilil JHmT&->KPtlPf«^IN8UBANCE
" WEAmS juro 9CaJ»ffG iPPPUES
KOtam cAsmjBiA
p. L. McCOY,- Chairman of Board
C. SPAULDING, President
R. L. XcDOUGAlJ>, 6ecV,-TrMs.
114 West Parr^SCreet ' FHONE 3-9m
tevllle mi
816 Faj^ettevllle Street
PHONE F-6S21
Although eliirtinated) in the
qartfer final by the defending
ehaimpjons, Booseyelt High school
of Qary, indiahai i^he ' Hillside
baek«teei!| brought > l^ongie amther
heatlfol trophy Sunday morning’
which waa awarded and donaiked
by the PrefcieiH of FayettfeviHe
State College to the High school
team exhibiting the h%heat type
of clean play and spdrtVman-
^ip, throughout 4he champion*
ship*. r , , •
The National -NeigTO ■' High
School Basketball Tournament
was hteld in Faye^villp ^ lasM:
Miortday, Friday l^nd S^Cti^irdaiy,
Mpriiin^ide Hi^ Seh^l of
Statesville won the national
title from Armstirong Higlli of
Bidtmond, Yiigkua hy a, close
Mai^n of 34-32. Gary, Indiana,
defendi% champions,, after de-
fettting Hillmde of ■ Durham,
39-25, iifthe qnarter finals# were
upeet by Armstrong of Rjehmond
in the s^i linalsL ^ I t ~
The *1942 Naitionals will he
held in Dorham daring the
third week pf Marcfo
DOWK nr THE MLAB8BES
Doiwn in the mai«be8, and in Hie
bogs
I ^n..hear the fife' and drwa
of the '*■ ‘ ' ' ,
Even baby froggie squeaks, like
a little kite
While middle eized frqggi^ towchi
ea hia fhite.
—ITotti* W. Oanigan. 194L
DETROIT — AprU X ho« loot
been designated a« “AH Fool*
IJay” when eurprise* and’ pranks
are played on the unsuspecting;
bat it will take, scwne time to
tell on which side »of a Irag
drawn out situation the joke i»
on, *he ‘TJAW-CIO, who called
ait down strike at tiie Ford
Motor company, re«altk}g in
idlfenees for 85,000 workers and
etoppage of production, or Ford
company itaelf.
The CIO hf« been in the pro
of oifeanizing the Ford
workers for several monWis re
lative to becoming the eoUnctive
bargaining agency for all Ford
ioyes. That oi^ganizatioo
boests of having a majority of
the workers as BiBtnber* and ia
ctoojoring few ■ a vote to deter
mine this faei,' * while the Ford
oompany is f^hting the decisions
of the National ' Labor Relation
boArd. ' ■ *.
i
Mr. Ford has con^taintly .in
formed hia employee that tfiey
do not have to pay an outside
agency a dollar a month to work
for him. As to the colored em*
jrioyee, they are reminded of
their positions with ^the company
as skilled artisans, ‘operater* of
every type of machinery, electei*
[eians, repairmen and the like,
beside^ the fact then something
like 12,000 Negroes are employed
there.
Acoordinjf to the best informa
tion obtainable, the Negroes
wish to remain loyal to the coxnl-
pany and will have nothing to do
with the union. With this great
nun^r holding oat it haa proven
diflficult to the aicfsn forccg to
get a firm foothold. At this
early date it can not now be de
termined just how many, if any
at all, are among the sit downera
who stopped prodnetkm in Sev
eral depatrtments.
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FOR BEHER. UGHT and «
BEHER SIGHT
9^
Watt
‘ifoatvarfc^s been pretty tough lately.
OtioHi h: was because iny eye* hurt. jSvt
race li2(aii took out t^t 2S-watt bulb
and put ia tbat big 100-watt in my atudy
lan4>, X Ni!°f^^t tiuough my work.^
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GET THE RIGHT SIZE
G-E MAZDA liAMPS
llOr 40&60-
' mkn:.
13c
loa
Watt
15 c
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'Basis
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PHONE J4m
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problems that must be m^—a profirrto that probably itt-
dudi^ insurable protection. But YOO are deceiving' yHir*
self if your insurance progritfm does n^ ,
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t. OLD AGE SECURITY
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plan particularly effective in the paymMit or ivotection of EXiSnNG alid . . «
ANTICIPATED OBUGATIONS. « . . -
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Don’t deceive yourself. To be secure y^u should INStJRE.
DURHAM DISTRICT
NORTH CMOUNA MUTUAL
C.C.SPAUlDIN0.rr.«i4M«» * OUWIAM. NORTH CAROLINA
Charlotte Office
233 S. BREVARD
AL £• Spears
Manager
Durham CMFi^
ST. 809 FAYETTEVILUE ST.
W. L. Cook
Manager
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