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THE CAROLINA TIM E S BUY WAR BONDS
QAT'TTpnAV if.rh -1943
BataMai Iv C- War Di^arlMBt Bnraaa of Public RaUtlou
GUINBA—SergMUit Robert D. Gibson of Chicago, Illinois,
1mA Conecy Willi* Lbctm Orlando, Florida, repair axel of on*
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FOR THE BEST
Beer Wine - Sandwiches - Cold Drinks
Corner »Pettiffrew and Henry Sts.
For Best Shine In Town
ROSS’ SHINE PARLOR
526 EaPettig^rew Street
Best Sihines, Djes, and Cleaning in Durham
ROSS SHEPARD, Ir., Prop.
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Usher’s Union Hotds
Monthly Meet June
13 At White Rock .
the [)iiih imi I'shors I’niou
tielil its monthly meetins iit
Whitp Hork ItiiptiMt
Snndny at H i.lO p. in. The
|»rojfnitn wms sporiHOr^d by fhc
hniior depjirtineut of the l'«a-
era Association. The pi;'0'tra m
f“atiiri*(l hn oratorioil coiuest
staged 1»5’ members of the .Itii.
ior Auxiliary of the Durbimi
t’sbers Frilon. Winner in the
contedt was Mias Hettie Uiit'i
rtogera of rnion Baptist ( hnr .Ii
who delivered a forceful adJfejS
on a flubjeet of common interest
The Complete program inelnded:
Devotionals, Rev. J. A. Whit^ed
Mt. Olive, Kev. T. A. Or«dy
Wrleome of Yiwtors, Rev Jil
Fisher, White Roek
Selection, Golden Tone Quar
tet, White Rock
f’aper. Miss MA'ic Tlndson, ('nl
Solo, Miss Helen Jones, St.
Five Minutes Talk, Rev, A. S.
('room. Union Haptist
Solo, Mr. Ernest McAdamf.
Miss Edith Tapp, Mt- Gileao
liss Bettie Ruth Rogers, Un
Miss Celestind, Hays, Snnt
Miss Bettie Lou Carrington
Rev. r. E. Mclicster, Second
Rev. T. C. Graham, . West
Durham Baptist -!
Rev. J. A. Valentine, Saint
Collection, Rev. S. P. Perry,
Senator W. Warren Barbour,
(Republican) of New Jersey,
ceives congratulations of C.#lo*
red leaders on his successful ef
fort to include Anti-Discriniina*
tion amendment to the recently
Senate Passed Nurses TTrainiiig
Bill. In thie Photograph, readirg
from left to right, are Senator
Barbour, Dr. W. H. Jernagin,
Chairman, Fraternal Council of
Negro Churches; Edgar G.
, Brown, Director, Nation Negio
Council; Dr. George A. Cro
President, Maryland Baptist
Convention, and Rev. Robert M.
WilliaW. Chlairman, Methadist
St. Mark, Rev. E. Wimberlev,
Report of Judges ^
Remarks by the State Presi
dent, L. E. Austin
Wins Check for >
jk Suggestion on Way ^
* to Do Job Better
W)e Please The Living- By The Service
We Render The Dead.
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Precious man-hours are being saved
daily In processing metals for Navy
equipment at a General Elsctric
plant, thanks to a pi^oducticHi sue^-
tion submitted by Hezekiah Coleman,
shown above with the ch^k he re
ceived for his Idea. Ctoleman, whose
job is dipping metals of various sizes
and shapes Into vats containing
Gleaning fluids, suggested larger con
tainers for handling the metals, en
abling him to put through greater
quantities in a day.
Bora in Denmaiic, S. Car., where
he attended school, he worked for«
several years In furniture factories in
the south until he learned to operate
variotu types of machines. In 1041
he moved to Schenectady, and after
W(M-Ung as a cook in a drug store and
a htftel, obtained his present Job at
G. E. Serried, his favorite forms of
recreation are fishing and baselwtl.
OR THIS ?
See the Local Agent of
|MIKB»*FII» INSURANCE COMPANY
DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA
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I NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
i SUMMER SCHOOL TEACHERS
B Qothiers ^ And Furnishers
“Tomorrow’s Styles - Today”
■ rFor Men Who Care
■ Washington Duke Hotel Bldg.
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5 Durham, North Carolina
LastRhes Held For
William Alston H^e
At Home of Parents
. Last rites were held here Mon
day June 6 for W'illiam Alsto:>,
29-year-old former citizen of
Durham who died in New York
"^ity Monday, May .'U. The ser
vices were held at the home of
his parents, Mr. land Mra. E. T).
Alston of 810 Fayetteville' Street,
Saturday afternoon at ^ four
o’clock with Rev. Miles MarK
Fisher of the White Rock
Baptist Church officiating, fn-
terment was held at the Be^ch-
wood Cemetery oi> Fayetteville
Mr. Alston was born in Dur
ham County where he attended
the citji, schools. He is survived
by his wife and one son, two
daughters, his mother and fa
ther, two sisters and one bro
ther who hre: Mr. and Mrs E
D. Alston of Durham, ijjrs. J.
L. Alston of New York City,
Lois, Shirley and William, Jr.,
also of New York City. His
surviving sisters are Mrs. Sud>
die Harriss and Mrs. Dorothy
P. Locke and Johnny Alston of
New York City.
Spaulding To Speak
At Hampton Banquet
Honoring Mr. Youi^
Hampton Institute, Va.—
Charles Clinton Spaulding, co
founder and president of tht
North Carolina Mutual Lifo
Insurance Company, will be
principal speaker at the testi
monial dinner for Plummer
Bernard Young, Sr., which is
to be held at Hampton Instit
ute on Thursday evening, June
17, Acting President R. O’Hara
Lanier announced today.
Mr. Young who is editor of
he Norfolk Journal And Guide,
is a prominent figure in jour
nalism, race relations, and hi-
i?her education for Negroes,
and was recently elected head
of the board of trustees at How
ard University. The dinner is
being given in his honor by th»
.uiministration, faculty, ^ and
workers of Hampton Institute
of which he is also a trustee. It
will take place in Clevelanc!
dining hall at the college a1
8 p. m.
In addition to Mr. Spaulding,
other speakers at. the dinner
will be Major Walter R. Browi:
and Dr. Flemmie P. Kittrell of
the Hampton , Institute staff
Atorney Marian Poe of New
port News, and President Ly
man B. Brooks of Norfolk Poly-
technid College. Acting Presi
dent Lanier will be toastma-
Mrs. Marian Calppa of th*
Hampton Institute faculty i.-
chairman of arrangements fo;
the dinner, assisted by Arthu)
E. Burke, Chaplain Camille A
iVoman Gets Revenge
On Man Who Slaps
Her On Camp ^s
CHATTANOOGA, (A N P)
When Marion I. Cooper, white,
AVA worker and passenger o.i
an outbound Fort Oglethorpe
bus Monday slapped a Nejfro
woman for stepping on his feet,
the ■\vomnn followed him to thi
front of the bus where she pro
ceeded to even things up with
16 cuts all over his body. Like a
flash the woman diBappeaiet’.
Twenty-seven Negro passen^or.s
were arrestedJn connection with
the cause but were released nfle.
their names and addresses wer
Officers arrested Knrl T
Williams as an accessory to the
assault. Cooper was taken to ih'
Newell sanitarium where his
wounds were reported to be
.superficial. Police, however, aa>
fhat the man was cut all ovrr
His assailant, who \r i s
Chazeaud, Jefferson D. Davis,
Dr. T. W. Turner. Cecil T.
Lewis, Miss Lois Taylor, and
Or. Paul E. Baker of the Hamp
ton staff, and Dr. L. A. Fewl-
ces of Newport News, presid-
int of the Tidewater Howard
'Jnlversity Alumni Association.
ht'Hilefl towdifl thi ifegro sec
tion of the fell
Cooper'a feet ..iid then apolo?:i7.-
ed. -he wrt;-. ibMCfined as weigh-'
irijr armind 2>ii pounds. She is
still at lai
ELLIS D. JONES
_ Burial Ass*n
502 DOWD STREET
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Except Sunday. Sunday from 5 P, M, to
11 P, M, Meatless Day Every Friday
For The Duration.
UNITED STATES WAR
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money .will Buy the most
in-Styie and Quality. .
DURHAM’S BEST STORE SINCE 1886
Scarborough & Hargett
u*hones: Day J-3721. Niarht J-3722
522 E. PettiKrew St
ST. JOSEPH A.M.E. CHURCH .
REV. J, A. VALENTINE, Minister
Sunday School 9:30 A. M., Preaching 11:00 A. M. and
* 7:00 P. M.
ARE YOU DISCOURAGED, DEJECTED. HEART-
BROKEIN? If you are—St. Joseph A. M. E. Church Ex*
tends to-you without price an invitation to join its mem
bers and friends in the renewal of your hope and faith,
A Hearty Welcome Awaits You
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