North Carolina Newspapers

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SATtntDAY, >IAY 4, 1»57 THE CABOUNA TIBCES
-SKrinen-
(continued from page oni»)
the £>nrmera, and Sethoi Court,
X^o. iua, ot UM Daugnten at
Liiii, aie bost to the visiting
and Daughter*: S'. W.
MuxreU, b;ind degree, is Ibe U-
iutirious I'otentate ol Sethoi
i'empie. Noble Jack Penn, 32nd
degree, Past Potentate ol S«-
Uiut* i'empie, 170, is Chairman
ot "iJALtA. DAY" activities.
Other Gala Day committee
oliiicers are: F. J. Brown oX
Greensboro, state chairman; T.
J. Smith ol t'ayetteviUe, vice-
Ciiairman; G. 1^. Pash, Rocky
uiuuiit, secretary; P. R. Brown,
nouman, treasurer, and F. G.
Burnette, Durham, Imperial
Deputy ol the desert ol North
Cdi'uima.
J>iouie Booker T. Alexander,
imy«i’ial Potentate ol Detroit,
anu Daughter Ervelle H. Moore,
imperial Commandress, ol Bul-
laiu, Mew York, will honor the
convention with their presence.
-Miss Jackson-
u'oiitinued Irom page one)
would oe in Washington, but
>.ui as a singer. Accordjpg to
uiiKe Merrick, Mr. Belalonte’s
uidiiager, “Harry is not, oi
i.uai8e, proposing to sing, hs'l
wuiiiuig as a citizen and as a
i.uver of his own dignity and
liuerty. Ol course, as a Negro,
lie has his stake in this wholo
V..1V11 High is question. . When
they count the numbers, Mr,
aim Mrs. Belaloiitc will be
among those who are tabulat
ed." Belaionte is expected to
make a lurlher statement upon
Ills return.
Plans lor the program which
will include prayer, scripture
leaamgs, music and addresses
die ueing developed by the
uuee co-chairmen, A. Philip
naiiuoiph, president ol tha
i>iotnernood ol Sleeping Car
i-uriers, AtXrCIO; the Rev. Dr.
^iiai'Un tiuther King, Jr., presi-
ol the Southern Leaders
wutuerence; and Mr. Wilkins.
in addition to songs by Miss
ddCKSon, there will be a 700-
voice community chorus under
uie direction ol Warner iaww
son ol Howard University as
well as hymn singing by the
audience.
Meanwhile reports received
nere indicate a large turnout lor
tius assembly which will comi
niemoraVe
Ol tbe Supreme Court’s hlstorio
luimg in the public school se
gregation cases, call lor enact
ment ol pending civil rights
legislation, protest recent antl-
Negro violence and terror in the
South, and pay tribute to th«
memory ol Abraham
the Great Emancipator.
NAACP bransnes, church
groups, trade umuns and otner
orgaiuzauons in iocaiities aciosa
the country are maiung arrange
ments to go to Washington by
chaiterea pianes anu uuses atiu
oy special trains and car pools.
The Los Angeles group has
ctiai'teireu a plane as well as
ouses. New Yorkers will make
trip by special trains and ctiar
tered buses.
-Hinisten-
(continued Irom page one)
the execution ol that law is dis
criminatory and works undue
tiardships on both parents and
students.
U. That the alliance appoint
a committee to work on Negro
Durham Committee on Negro
Allairs on economic and com
munity wellare, to contact tbe
various businesses and industri
al enterprises in an eilort to
get them to employ persons on
a basis ol merit regardless ol
race, creed, or color.
-Accident-
(continued Irom page one)
stained in an automobile accl-
dent about 5:26 p.m. Monday
AprU 20th.
George Ralph Burl, 10, ol
1828 East Fourth Street, driver
ol the car that brought death to
the 23-year old Miss Tucker,
struck a power pole on Salem
Avenue. He was charged with
speeding and driving without a
license lollowing the accident.
Miss Tucker received a Irac-
tured skull Irom the wreck.
With the accident resulting
in the death ol Miss Tucker, it
is probable that manslaughter
will be added to the other
charges against Burl.
Ml Rocky Mount.
Prominent among ttie Bills
will be Jack Faison, Seaboard,
Ollie Reynolds and W. E. Hook
er, Greensboro; Frank Lewis,
Levy Dunn and AUen Wimberly
ol Rocky Mount. Also J. A. M«-
bane and Nat Gray ol Tarboro.
£. M. Butler ol Wilmington Is
State secretary. William T.
Grimes, Rocky Mount, is in
charge ol the music department.
Grand Lodgk oUicers expect
ed here include: Grand Exalted
Ruler Robert H. Johnson, and
Judge Hobson R. Reynolds ol
Ptiiladelptiia; Judge Wm. C.
Hueston and Herbert Jones ol
Washington, D. C.
The two, outstanding public
events will be the competition
lor the 91000 Elks Oratorical
Contest Scholarship between
high school students on Tues
day night under the direction ol
J. T. Hawkins ol Durham, state
educational director; and the
‘big parade' on Wednesday al-
ternoon with a baseball game to
follow.
Frank Lewis, R. H. Beatty
and Harry Norwood will con
duct the Beauty Pageant and
Contest Tuesday night loUow-
iiig ti.c* Oratorical contest. Dr.
J. A. Megahy, Detroit, Mich,
will appear on Dr. J. E. Jones’
health night, at which time Pur
ple Cross Nurses will be capped.
W. A. Clemen, Durham InsuT'
ance official, will speak on eco
nomics Tuesday altemoon on
program directed by Dr. R. C.
James ol Hickory.
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OMEGiS HONOR BISHOP LOVE
AND AnORNEYH.C. MOULTRIE
1*U tok«c* 4«alm let d«taU(.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The members ol the Sixth Dis
trict, Omega Psl Phi Fraternity,
comprising North and South
Carolina, In the final session ol
the annual meeting gave plaques
to Bishop Edgar A. Love and
Attorney H. Csurl Moultrie, lor
service rendered the Fraternity.
Bishop Love was one ol the
founders ol the Greek letter Fra
ternity and was cited lor the ser
vice he has rendered during the
lile ol the group. Attorney Moul
trie was honored lor the service
he has rendered as the National
Executive Secretary.
The citations were made at a
lellowship breaklast, held In the
caleteria ol the Buist School,
held Simday morning. Bishop
Love was the principal speaker
and told ol how the Fraternity
was founded by Frank Coleman,
Oscar J. Cooper, Ernest Just and
hlmsell, amid obstacles on the
campus ol Howard University in
1911.
He told those present to be
■msr
(continued Irom page 1)
the lodge home at 626 E. Lenoir
Street, Just oil highway 11-A.
The advance guard ol dele
gates, Including State Daughter
President, Blrs. L^ltla Smith of
Hickory, and her retinue ol
officers, will arrive here Satur'
day to arr«nge lor the annual
Memorial Services and Daugh
ters’ Pageant on Sunday. This
pageant is always one ol the
colorlul events ol tbe conven
tion. Among the ottleen on the
Lmora B.
Whiteside, Asheville; Sadie Ar->
tist, Goldsboro; Nora E. Bailey,
Rocky Mount; Louise Powell,
Mt. Olive; Evelyn Adams, pub
lic relations officer, Gastonia;
Lucy F. Dunn and^Maudie V.
Dickerson, Seaboard. Also Dts.
Lincoln, I Annie W. Battle, Sadie Hobbs,
Queen X. Batten and Ada DiihiT
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SIDE MEAT
SWIFTSLICEDBACON lb.39c
Machine Sliced BACON ... lb. 29c
BANANAS lb. 10c
Fresh English PEAS lb. 10c
Local Grown Spring Onion lb. 10c
Turnip, Mustard Greens .lb. 10c
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Noted Writer
To Speak In
Winston'Salem
(continued Irom page 1)
qualily several sales representa
tives in Atlanta, Savannah, Ma
con, and other large cities in
Georgia.
McGhee further announced
that he will make a trip to At
lanta in company with Josept^
D. McGhee, sales representa
tive in the State ol South Caro
lina, lor tlie purpose ol develop-1 ^ , i. *i * x..
i™,’. lu.. or,r„d
The
WINSTON SALEM
tenth Annual Women’s
office lacilities in Georgia.
With the addition ol operations
in the State ol Georgia, Mc
Ghee & Company is now licen
sed to conduct investment se
curities business in five states
including Illinois, North Caro
lina, South Carolina and Ohio.
’The firm is now in its filth
year in active engagement in
the investment securities busi
ness and has made unusual sue-
csss In bringing abotit larger
ownership Interest in shares of
American Industrial companies,
by Negroes. Last year the over-
Bethel Baptist Qiurch will be
held on Simday, May 12th.
Mrs. Cora Jordan White will
be guest speaker.
Mrs. Glennie M. Hall, chair
man of the Women’s Day Com
mittee, has assured everyone
that the women will reach tbelr
goal. ’The goal which has been
set is expected to surpass that
of the men, which was by far,
lUl operations throughout the
various statM in which the com
pany Is licensed to do business
totaled sales in exeess of a
million dollars.
the biggest financial success
that tias ever been witnessed by
New Bethel’s men and women.
Mrs. White, the speaker, is a
noted writer and speaker. She
is an active citizen ol Colum
bus, Ohio, and has served as a
member ol the Columbus Recre
ation Commission lor thirteen
years; editor ol the Woman’s
Page ol the Ohio Baptist News;
member-at-large ol the Ohio
Baptist Woman’s Convention;
member ol Ohio State Republic
Speakers Bureau; chairman.
Legislation, Ohio Federation
Women’s Club; member ol Del
ta Sigma Theta Sorority and an
Alumnus ol Spelman College
and Capital Xhiiversity.
Each woman has been given a
chance to contribute and make
this the greatest financial suc
cess New Bethel has ever
known, and the public is invited
to hear this great and inspiring
speaker.
Last Rites Held
For Dr. Gordon
hi Savannah
SAVANNAH, GA.
Last rites lor Dr. A. H. Gor
don, instructor in the Depart
ment ol Economics ol Living
stone College ol Salisbury, North
Carolina and columnist of the
Carolina Times,- *m
Durham, North
Carolina, were ^
held here, Sat
urday, May 4 at ^
the Methodist^j
Church of this
city.
Dr. Gordon
died at home]
here, Rosevase,
located on the State Couege cam
pus, of a heart attack while he
was home for the holidays. Tiie
fatal attack was preceded by a
mild one earlier in the month
which prevented him from re
turning^ to his work at Living
stone.
Surviving are his wile, Mrs.
Jean Gordon; two sons, Asa and
Roberton Gordon.
ever mindful ol the fact that the
Fraternity was founded to de
velop Iriendship among men who
had become attached to each
other by a common bond. He ex
tolled ^e virtues ol the Frater
nity and asked that even though
scholarship was nne ol the prin
ciples upon which it was found
ed, it should always be remem-
t>ered that Iriendship was the
cornerstone upon which it was
buUt.
J. Alston Atkins, retiring Dis
trict Representatives, presented
the plaques and extolled the
work ol both ol the men. He
lauded tbe work and tbe charac
ter ol Bishop XiOve and told of
the fine traits of business acumen
that Attorney Moultrie had in
stilled into the members by his
untiring efforts and been judg
ment. Both ol the men tlianked
the Fraternity for its kind con
sideration and rededicated them
selves to work harder.
The Reverend A. W. Lawson,
pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle
on Piedmont Avenne, and Dean
of the Bible Instltate, Golda-
boro, who was reeently award
ed the Doctor of Dlylalty De
gree for meritorioHs Christian
service. The Bev^ Mr. Lawsmi
and his family reside at 2112
Otis Street
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