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THE CARpLIMA TIMBS SATURDAY. AUO. Uth, 1V49
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Abore are b«bu»s who/parti
cipated in the Birtty (Contest
held at the Gospel Tabernacle
Church of this city ot which
the Rev. A. W. Lawson is pas
tor. Of the three prizes given,
first prize was won by Patricia
Harper (in the arms of Mrs.
Cook); Second prize winner
was Thomasine Boxley (in
set) ; and third prize was won
by Jeanette Amot, (left).
Charles Sears, seated, is hold
ing two other partieipants of
the contest. Mrs. Lorie Henry
directed the affair. Third
from left is Ronald Shaw.
NBC
(Continui‘«l from Pajro
department of tlio orpaiiizji-
tion “has decide«l to delete
sach expressions from songs
or other eopv used on the air.”
FIRST POSITION
NBC was first challenged on
used bi the word by Mr. Mur
phy, who said in a letter to
network last Spring that he
was surprised at and rent
ed the use of the word.
In answer to his letter a sub
ordinate in the NBC music de
partment stated that the term
was used as an “ endearment ’ ’
to colored people and that she
did not feel that they resent
ed being referred to as “dark
ies. ' ’
Mr. Murphy then sent an
IflfPA reporter to the NBC
offices to find out if the policy
expressed by the subordinate
in the music department was
in line with the overall policy
of the network.
POLICY. CONFIRMED
In an interview, XBC ex
ecutives confirmed the policy
as kid dowTi by the employee
in the music department but
insisted that they had no in
tentions of offending colored
people in permitting the term
to ^ used. They further said
they would not permit the
term to bf ust'd in songs or
works recently published but
that they would not change it
in old established songs'such
as those of Stephep Foster.
NNPA papers around the
country then leveled editorial
blasts at NBC ior permitting
use of the word and a few
weeks later NBC officials call
ed in an NNPA representative
''to discuss the matter.
At that conference Eiges
stated that the XNPA articles
had caus'd “some concern”
among network officials and
after discussing it, they had
decided to refer the matter to
the XBC program department
for study. He added that a
survey to determine how oth-
t-r networks handled the tlse of
the word found that the Col
umbia Broadcasting i>ystem
prohibited it in any program
but that the Mutual and A-
merican Broadcasting eomji-
anies followed the NBC po
licy.
Last Monday the NBC pro
gram department recommend
ed that the word be banned
from its pr^^rams.
Bond Routes
EARL BOSTIC
Aug. 12—Gary, Ind.
Aug. 19—South Bend, Ind.
Aug. 20—St. Louis, Mo.
Aug. 21—Kansas City, Mo.
ir
ROY BROWN
Aug. 12—Muskegop, Mich.
Aug. 13—Clevland, Ohio
Aug. 14—Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 15—Bowling Gren, Ky.
Aug. 16—Ala.
Aug. 17—Pine Bluff, Ark.
Aug. 18—Aexarkana, Ark.
Aug. 19—Ft. Sill, Okla.
Aug. 20—Oklahoma City.
Aug. 21-^Kansas City, Mb.
COOTIE WILLIAMS
Aug. 12—New York City
Aug. 14—Annapolis, Md.
Aug. 15—^Raleigh, N. C.
Aug. 16—Henderson, N. C.
Aug. 17—Abingdon, Va.
Aug. 18—Columbia, S. C.
' Aug. 19—Charlotte, N. C.
Aug. 20—Charleston, Va.
Aug. 21—Charleston, S. C.
Chorles
(Continued from. Page Ojae)
which has not recognized Char
les as champion.
Leshevich, do^cast at his
crushing defeat by a man he
had honestly believed he could
lick, conceded that Charles
was a sharp puncher and a
difficult man to hit, but to-
plied that he didn't think
Ezzard was too finely condi
tioned. Where he got that idea
was something of a tayitery
to ob*enrerf.
Bttard was much more ag
Ifrchhivc than in his dreary win
over Walcott, lie showed aniark-
cd dispwiition to mix it from
tln‘ start and displayed little
tear of Uus vaunted right,
winch had stretched several I air
heavyweightH in recent years.
Wnen Gus sailed' in throw
ing rights and lefts,'Ezzard
usually either brushed them
off or let them slip harmlessly
past his jaw and then slam
med vicious clouts to Les-
nevich’s face. Now and then
he poured a'full right swing
into Gus’ side, blows whic4
obviously hurt..
.(Vs early as the interval be
tween the second and third
rouijds, Qus’ seconds were ap
plj'ing an ice pack to his puffed
left ej’e. Jn the sixth the vet
eran sustained a gash on his left
cheek from which he gore pour
ed, and in the sixth his left eye
got the works.
Manager Vella told the vet
eran between the sixth and
7th that if he failed- to land
a good punch in the next
stanza he was' going to stop
it, and he proved to be a man
of lus word. He has managed
Gus throughout his career
and there is a close- bond be
tween them.
Brown
(Continued from Page One)
had charged that Coach Tur
ner, assistant backfield coach
last year, bet against the Eag
les in one of the games played
last year. Turner is reported
to be definitely off the Eagles’
coaching staff.
Coach Riddick replied that
he had “no comment” to make
on Brown’s resignation or
Walker’s dis-inclination to
coach this seasoa. He told a
TIMEH reporter that he had
no idea as to who will bo se
lected or recommended to fill
the vacated coaching posi
tions of Brown and Walker.
As it now stands Riddick ap
pears to be the only football
coach definitely assured of
being in the Eagles’ camp
next year.
When President Elder was
approached about the matter
by a newspaperman, he is re
ported to have stated' that
“you know as much about the
matter as I do.”
State Of North Carolina
Department Of State
• Preliminary Certificate
Of Dimlution '
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE
SENTS MAY CX5MB—OREBTINOi
WHElREAH, It appears to m^r sat
isfaction, by duly authenjticated record
of the proceedings for the voluntary
dissolution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the members, deposited
in my office that the NORTH CAR
OLINA STATE ASSOCIATION OF
NEOHD REGISTERED NURSES,
INCORPORATED, a corporation of
this State, whose principal office is
situated at Lincoln Hospital in the
City of Durham Oounty of Durham
State of North Carolina (Mrs. Lucille
Zimmerman Williams being the agent
therehi and in charge thereof, upon
whom process may be served), hat
complied with the requirements of
Chapter 55, General Statutes, en
titled ‘ ‘ Corporation, ’ ’ preliminary
to the iMHuing of this Certificate of
IHsaolTition:
NOW' THEREFORE, I, THAD
ErRE, Secretary of State of the
State of North Carolina, do hereby
certify that the said corporation did,
on the 27th day of July, 1949, file in
my office a duFy executed and attest-
(hI consent in writing to the dis-
^uluHdli ul eiirpuruliuii. ulcil
by all., the members thereof, which
siii cofcsent and tb^ record of the
aforesaid are no« on file in my Uid
office as provtltfit tsy TiW.
IN TB38TI.MONY WUKKKOP, I
have herto set my hand and a ffiled
my offioinl sosi at Rnleijli. thin 27th
day of .tiilTi A. I), J949.
THAD KURH, Secretary of
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
THIS IS THE “BIG EVENT” — WE ARE SUR
PASSING ALL PREVIOUS EFFORTS — WE RETAIN
OUR GOOD REPUTATION OF MORE 'VALUE FOR
LESS MONEY.
SEE WHAT WE OFFER THRIFTY DURHAM IN
USED CAR SAVINGS. .
1949—FORD Tudor $ 1695.00
1948—DODGE Fordor $1595.00
1947—MERCURY Sed. Cpe. 1 $1395.8®
1947—PLYMOUTH Fordor $1295.00
1941—BUICK Fordor $ 695.00
1941—OLDSMOBILE Cpe. $ 795.00
1941—OLDSMOBILE Sedunette $ 795.00
1941—FORD Fordor ' * $ 695.00
1941—CHEVROLET Clb. Cpe $ 595.00
1940_FORD Fordor $ 695.00
1940-S-FORD Club Cpe. $ 695.00
1939—Fcfc) Tudor $ 395.00
1937—CHEVROLET Fordor ... $ 295.00
— MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
EASY FINANCE TERMS
Weeks Motors, Inc,.
niERtURY
4 08 GEER STREET
USEDCAR LOTS
310 Mangum 506 Mangum 319 G«ef St.
Annuo I Picnic
The Mount Vernon Male
Chorus held its eighth annual
picnic on Monday night on the
church lawn. Games were play
ed during the farly evening and
the adults participated with as
much gaiety as the youngsters.
Including the members . of
the chorus, their wives and
guests, eighty persons enjoy
ed a sumptuotis reput con
sisting of baked ham, mashed
potatoes, garden peas, pickles,
sliced tomatoes, rolls, cake and
ice cr«am.
Much credit is due the Pre
paration and Serving Commit
tees for the very tasty food,
served in grand style.
Mrs. E. H. Fogle, Directress
of the group, was toastmis-
tress and expressions w«re
given by the president, Horace
Higgins, Rev. L. S. Thomp
son, Rev. C. S. Sessoms,
• Messrs E. R. Perry and Rob
ert Jamison.
Negro
(Continued from Page One)
heavily to such causes, anc
gave l|i30,(MK) to John Brown to'
buy rifles for the Harper’s
Ferry raid.
The final scene in the Wood
ruff panel shows the build
ings occupied by the Golden
State Mutual — from the ori
ginal, a second story office
over a store, to the present
newly completed structure.
Ceremonies marking the open
ing of the latter building, in
cluding the unyeiling of two
murals, will be held from
August 19-28. *
Both artists worked closely
with the architect, Paul R.
W'illianis, so^ that the colors
and style of the murals would
harmonize with the building
design. Another noted artist,
Ilichjnond Bart he, has execut
ed a bust of William Nicker
son, Jr., foander of the com
pany, which will be placed in
thf, lobby of the building with
the murals.
Bids
((’ontinued from Page One)
dean’s office, two large clas.s-
roonis, two faculty offices, a
magazine binding room, typ
ing room, studies and addi
tional stack space.
Deliyery Service On All Orders
Over $3.00. We Appreciate Your
Patronage In The Past And Want
You To Feel Free To Make Any Sug
gestions That Will Contribute To
Your Convenient Shopping Here.
S. D. DILLARD, Prop.
DILLARD’S
SELF-SERVICE
PHONE J-2584
1212 FAYETTEVILLE ST.
BANNEKER RADIO INSTITUTE
(Incorporated)
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS:
^ HOUSE WIRING
^ RADIO REPAIR ,
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CLASSfeS
New Registration Sept. 15
For Further Information Write
REGISTRAR
A. C. BOWLING, Director
MRS. T. F. SMITH, Registrar
BANNEKER RADIO INSTITUTE
(Incorporated)
P. 0. BOX 148 1 —DURHAM, If. C.
ERTAINS GUESTS
Mrs. Fannie Green entertain
ed out of town guests on Thurs
day afternoon at her home at
2115 Fayetteville Street.
Dinner, which was enjoyed by
everyone, was served at 7 :30 af
ter which the group rode out
viewed the city. Guests were as
foHows! Mrs. Annie B. Williams
of Chester, Pa.; Mrs. Minnie
Ijewis of Englewood, New Jer
sey ; Mrs. Tempie Mitchell of
'Xew York City; Mrs. Julia
Evans of Durham and Mrs.
Julia Evans of Durham and Mrs.
Lizzie Ratliff of. Durham.
Peorsontown
(Continued from Page Five)
nue.
MOTOR TO MT. OLIVE
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKin-
nie and family of Dnnstan St.
motored to Mount Olive Sunday
morning, August 7, to spend the
dav with relatives and friends.
Howard
(Continued froni Page One)
educational pattern, and the de
sire for super security which
mtist necessarily place a prem
ium on greed.
He placed much of the blame
for the conditions of the
South today on the church.
He strongly araerted: “The
intolerance and T)igotry in the
southern states exist today
because the church has become
a prostitute and sold her soul
to possess a beautiful body.”
Dr; Johnson was introduced
by Dr. R. P. Daniel, president
of Shaw University
Midgets
(Continued from Page f’our)
All-Stars on Wednesday aft-
ernon, August 3, at the Hill
side Park.
REFRESH YOURSELF
With
Peddy’s Frozen
Custard
if DELICIOUS
if HEALTHFUL
if INVIGORATING
TAKE HOME A QUART
PEDDY'S FROZEN
CUSTARD
542 E. Pettigrew St. Phone 5-9871
An^ey’s Funeral
Home
401 PINE STREET
24 HOUR SERVICE —J.2 97 1
AMBULANCE SERVICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS
“Respect For The Living And Reverence For The Dead”
MR. WALTER H. HOPKINS
Mr. Walter H. Hopkins, age 47, died August 5,
1949. Funeral services were held at the N. E. Bap
tist Church on the Alston Avenue Road, Sunday,
August 7. Interment was in the Church Cemetery.
SCARBOROUGH & HARGETT
FUNERAL
DIRECTORS
522 E. Pettigrew St.
24 Hour
Ambulance
Service
Phone J-3721
WILLIAM TOM WALKER
Mr. William Tom Walker of 409 ^Branch Place
died Friday, August 5th, 1949. Funeral services
for Mr. Walker were held Tuesday, August 9th at
the Primitive Baptist Church on Fayetteville St.
Intement at the Beechwood Cemetery,
JOSEPH WADE, JR.
Little Jo^ph Wade, Jr., age 15 months, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B, Wade of 2423 W. Pettigrew
Street 4ied August 7th, 1949. Funeral services were
here Tuesday at the home on Pettigrew Street. In
terment at the Beechwood Cemetery.
DURHAM BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
(Place On Your Wall Or D esk For Handy Reference)
Artistic Shoe Shop — 116 S. Mangum Street—Dial J-7191
Baldwin’s Fuin. Exchange—540 E. Petto^rew St.—L-4931
Battle’s Grill (Fish Specials)—406 Pettigrew — L-0632
Biltmore Hotel—332^ £. Pettigrew St. N>2071
Biltmore Service Station—402 £. Pettigrew St. — R-3431
Bull City Cafe (A. Thomas)—412 Petiigrew St.—L-4842
Cee Cee Cafe—(J. W. Wallace)—916 Pickett—N-8705
College Inii Ice Cream Bar, 1306 Fayetteville St., R-3691
Davis Grocery and Market — llOt Pine Street — J-8482
Deluxe Barber Shop — 617 Fayetteville Street—L-0755
DoNut Shop—336 Pettigrew Street Dial 6-0842
Jackson’s Grocery and Market—406 Matthew St. — 9-1779
Jones’ Shoe Sltop — 905 FayetteiviUe Street
M. Kaplan’s Clothier —Corner Elm ft Fayetteville Stteets
Leading San^iwlch Shop— 1222 1*2 Fayetteville—N-4414
LUCAS CAFt:—122 Mangum Street F-2502
Quality Food Market—520^^ Pettigrew R-82^
Regal Theater — East Pettigrew.. Street — Dial J-0441
Royal Cleaners-£-538 Pettigrew Street — L-7981
SCARBOR'OUGH & HARGETT, 522 E. Pettigrew, J-3721
Service Printing Co. — Cor. Branch ft Pettigrew — H-7462
'Scott ft Roberts, Dry Cleaners—^702 FayetteTille — N-326V
Safeway Market — 524 Pettigrew Street Dial: F-8903
Star Dust Gorcery (Paul'Smith) — 614 Glenn St.—9-2114
Su.:s«ll Grocery (Mr. Mattox)—Alcton and Glenn—F-7761
Terrell’s Food Store—526 Pine St — H-4271
Thelma’s Textile (Seamstress) —^306 Dillard St. — 9-3190
Union Tailor Shop —• 418 Bowd St. L-6491
Wallace Grocery and Karket—^914 Pine St—Phone J-6071
Have your
child*s
picture
made
NOW
at
Stanback
Studios
children
between
the ages of
6 months
and 6 years
^made
during the
month of
I
August/
will be
entered in
the big
BABY
SHOW
At The
Y.W.C.A.
in
September
CALL
PHONE L-3171
1710
Foyetteville
Street
Durham, N. C.
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