African Prelate To Preside Over Five-Day Meet Of Plan To Step AME Zion Bishops Starting in Mempliis January 12 Up Fight For Rights Formed t ' I j ; 4 MEMPHIS. TENN. The resident bishop of Africa, Daniel Carlton Pope of Gold Coast, West Africa, will preside over the mid-winter session of the Bishop’s Council af the Af rican Miethodist J^jiscopal Zion Church at a five day day meet ing January 12-17 at Warner Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, Memphis, Tenn. Much of the inspirational por tion of the five day session will devoted to observing the cen tenary of the birth of Dr. Joseph Charles Price, renowned orator and minister of the A.M.E. Zion Church, as well as foundes and first president of Livingstone College, the denominational in stitution at Salisbury, N. C. Paying tribute to the late Dr. J. C. Price will be Dr. Rufus E. Clement, president of Atlanta University, Atlanta Georgia, and a prominent A.M.E. Zion minii- terj who will speak on, “Joseph C. Price, His Contribution to Freedom in Society”; Dp. James W. Eichelberger, secretary of the department of Christian Education, who will speak on “J. C. Price and Education in -OUf Church and Race”; Living" stone’s President William J. Trent,” Zion’s and Livingstone’s Gratitude to Dr. Price”; Dr. So-' lomon S. Seay, secretary of Home Missions Pensions and Re lief, "J. C. Price and Home Ex pansion”; Mrs. Emma Watson, secretary of the Woman’s Home BACK TO WORK Robert Silva, San Diego, Calif., Navy vetenui, participated I in the invasion of Okinawa and the Ul>eration of the PhiUppine*. I He is tlie fattier of tiiree children. In 1953 Mr. Silva came down with polio. Left with back and abdominal weakness, Involveinent in both legs and one arm completely paralyxed, he decided to dis card wheel chair for auto-ette. After completion of insurance salesmen’s course he expects once again to become the full-time breadwinner (or his wife and children. Help prevent polio Join he March of Dimes. Jan. 2-31. and Foreign Missionary Society, “Tribute from the Women”; Bishop Herbert B. Shaw of the ninth episcopal district, “Liv ingstone and Training for Lead ers in Home Missions”; Rev. J. Clinton Hoggard secretary of Foreign Missions, “J. C. Price’s 1 COME SEE! COME SAVE! VALUES GALORE AT A & P Pratt - Low Whole SPICED PpACHES No. 2i 29-Oz. Can 29c Ann Page Prepared SPAGHETTI Assorted Flavors--Ann Page Sparkle PUDDINGS Jane Parker Special Of The Week SPANISH BAR 2 15%-Oz. Cans 3 Pkgs Each EXTRA BIG! VALUE OUR OWN TEA BAGS 39c Pkg. 64 TEA BAGS ANN PAGE FANCY Tomato Ketchup FRAY BENTAS * Corned Beef JANE PARKER CINNAMON Coffee Cake JANE PARKER ENRICHED White Bread 25( 17( 29t 14-Oz. 90f Bot. ^ 12-Oz. 40( Can Each 19( 14-Oz. Idf Loaf A&P’S OWN magazine—JAN. ISSUE WOMAN’S DAY Per Copy ■ ^ 10( 10c Cello Fresh Golden Crisp CARROTS Delicious Flavorable Temple ORANGES Juicy - Size 54’s - 64’s GRAPEFRUIT 4 '-27c Morrell Pride No. 10 Fancy SLICED BACON “Super-Right” Heavy Western Beef-Bone In PLATE STEW - 19c 1-Lb. Pkg. 69( 404 N. Mangum St. 410 W. Chapel Hill St. 316 S. Driver Avenue IITAlin . . . tINCI Il5t CINCINNATI, OHIO The fortieth annual Grand Conclave of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity in a four-day session here December 27-30 came to a close foUowing the adoption of an educational program design- ed to ijnplement its theme “Rights And Responsibilities of an Integra^^ Democracy”. More than 250 delegates re- presenting 234 chapters of the fraternity located ip 40 states throughout the country, voted overwhelming support for the civil rights program as proposed in a keynote address delivered at the annual Founders’ Banquet by Grant Reynolds, New York City, retiring basileus of the or-> ganization. “Return to your communities with the full de termination to remove every semblance of segregation on ac count of race, creed and color, to make democracy in America reach its fullest potential”, said Reynolds in his farewell address. The fraternity presented Ita highest awards to John H. Mc-i Cray, Columbia, S. C. publisher' of a Negro weekly newspaper for his militant fight for civil rights, as the nation’s outstand ing citizen and to Jesse B. Blay> ton, Atlanta, Ga., banker as thd outstanding member of the fra ternity for his contribution to the organization’s growth and development. Blayton has ser^* ved as keeper of finance of the fraternity for 21 years. The group also voted to sup- Vision for Missionary Enter prise for Africa”. Protect Tonr Right To Drive Under the new Norm Carolina Law For Auto Liability lunrance SKK OR CALL CHARLES O. BRADSHER Bradsher Insurance Agency 9-5170 OR 8-293S 307 Fidelity Bank Building Congratulations And Best Wishes to Mechanics And Farmers Bank On Tlie Opening Of Your Drive-In Bank B. And J. Rose Furniture Co. (Incorporated) DIAL 4-5431 106 W. Parrish St. DURHAM. N. C. Congratulations to the Mechanics And Farmers Bank On Opening Its Fayetteville Street BRANCH Drive-In Bank Radio Electric Company, Inc. DIAL 2-4504 700 Fayetteville St. Congratulations And Welcome To The Mechanics And Farmers Bank New Branch And Drive-In Bank Tutt Shoe Shine Parlor 616 Fayetteville St. Th^ House of Cold Drinks, Cigarettes, Cigars, Candies and fine Shoe Shines. port the NAACP In It* oti*r«lgn to eliminate segregation in tb« publicly supported schools ci the nation and general coopera tion with the National Urt>an League in its program of inte grating the Negro in the indus trial fabric of the nation. Successful Auto Dealer In Nat'l. Ad Campaign NEW YORK Edward Davis of Detroit, who rose from a janitor to own one of Michigan’s biggest Studeba- ker dealerships, has been select ed to appear in the famous Lord Calvert series of “Successful Men,” it was announced by Cal vert Distillers Corporation. RecenUy, Davis had l>een cit ed with the Michigan Chronicle) Award for iiis social and econo-' mic contributions. Davis became interested ln| automotive mechanics in 1920, when he worked as a garage hel-> per to pay his tuition at Wayne University. After _ graduatiq: from Wayne, he obtained a job as an auto salesman. His plea sant personality ancf' desire to give service brought him a large following so that he was encour aged to risk his life’s savings of $2,700 to go into business for himself. In 1940, he was the only Ne gro in the United States to hold, a Studebaker new car dealer-! ship, and has built it today in to the third largest in Michigan. He employs a dozen men in a completely integrated Seiyice Department, as weU as a num ber of top-flight salesmen. Lest year Davis Motors won 8ATCBDAT, IAN. 1$. 1»M THB CABOLDfA nMU pAcnftmar the coveteid Studefaalwr Service Award for outstanding sale* and service. The makers of Lord Calvert whiskey have selected Davis to be fe&tured in their advertising because he typifies the success ful American business executive who is a credit to his community. -Farm Youth- (Continued from Page Two) trip, which costs approximately $2,000, on the basis of ills 4-H projects in poultry raising and tractor maintenance. He was a clubber for 12 years, and was a delegate to the Regional 4-H Camp in 1950. The youth’s pa rents operate a 20-acre farm. NORTH CAROLINA DURHAM COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS The undersized, liaving qua lified as administrator of the es tate of Martha Morgan, deceas ed, late' of Durham County, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the imdersigned on or before the 11th day of January, 1955, or this notice will pleaded in bar of their re- • mVery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make im mediate payments to the under signed. This the 11th day of January, 1954. Mechanics and Farmers Bank Administrator of the estate of Martha Morgan, deceased. C. O. Pearson, Attorney Jan. 16, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13 and 20. ntobel LAUNDRY' CLEANERS ^r^^noMrs. Herman M. Moore, Jr., of Detroit, Michigan, perform the traditional cake- cutting following their wedding held in Greensboro, during the Yuletide. Both, North Carolini ans, Mr. ^oore is a native ^ Belmont and the bride is the daughter of Mr. (Dean at A and T College ) and Mrs. W. T. Gibbs of Greensboro. 812 WASHINGTON ST. 217 FOSTER STREET PHONE 5171 COMPLIMENTS to the MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK ★ ★★ ^ Auto Glass ★ Glass Machinery ★ Plate Window ★ Merrow Skylight ★ ★★ Cutting And Polishing Wire Figured Glass ★ ★ ★ CAROLINA GUSS COMPANY 307-309 West Pettigrew Street DURHAM. NORTH -CAROLINA Mr. Jones is not here right now. May I take a message?" Easy ways to make friends by telephone When Answering Calls for Others, Take the Message. Note the name of the person who called, his telephone number, the time, and if he wsnts to be called. Deliver the message at the first opportunity. Always have paper and pcncil ready to take telephoae messages. DURHAM TELEPHONE COMPANY WE ARE HAPPY TO EXTEND COHGRAIUIAIIONS To The MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK On The Opening of its Fayetteville Street Branch ★ ★ NORTH UROUNA MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE COMPANY 114 Westi Parrish Street DURHAM, N. C. “No Home Complete Without North Carolina Mutual Policies” ^ FOR RENT ^ 426 PETTIGREW STREET Being The Corner of Pettigrew and Ramsey Streets Fine Location For Up-To-Date Cafe Will Redecorate And Can Give Long Lease HORTON REALTY COMPANY Phone 3-5311 Res. 7-5186 THE ENTIRE STAFF OF THE CAROLINA TIMES extends CONGRATULATIONS To The Mechanics And Farmers Bank On The Opening Of The New DRIVE-IN BRANCH THE CAROUNA TIMES PHONES: 5-0671 - 5-9873 518 E. Pettigrew Street ‘Tor Thirty Years The Outstanding Weekly Of The Carolinas” BEST WISHES TO THE Mechanics And Farmers Bank On The Opening Of The Fayetteville Street DRIVE-IN BRANCH Southern Fidelity Mutual hsurance Company 527 Elm Sreet - Dial 3-3331

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