Ma/ Rev. Mr. Cleland
fSfo Preaches Able
||?; Sermon at Bethel
?ern>un H a.m.. Sunday. April 1?th.
t &Jr[\' Theuie: "The Day of Judgment."
' It would lie hard to find a rutIoiimI
iJMw;person, who has not given some
thought concerning life In this world,
life here la of a probationary nut tire.
' ^ ^ There Is a future life towards which
/ us ur<* tending.
freedom simply iiieana tliut he has
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; .-.' J- . REV. W. C. CLELAND.
^ Pastor of Bethel A. M. E. Cburrh.
f, . j North Regan Street.
; 1. Man is ft free moral being. This
tlie privilege of making aVlxtlm Tills
r".freedom brings man within the stupe
. v.of moral law. . .
Where there Is law there Is hc X
; &'y ^11. lt,U set forth in the Scrip.
^ *'"ture that there will be a day of Judgment.
The idea of reckoning Is in the
very nature of man. At some time
? "all of us must give account for what
'we have done. The decision will rest
upon the opportunity we have had.
I 1 . 111. We have this consolation:
imi ?e mju11 k*? wuir a jum jiiuk*%
-*n the affairs of men justice la often
miscarried. Jesus Christ is the advn/
" 'or ill, who believe in hlra.
^ Our acceptance or rejection of
i Jesus Christ will determine the decision
of thfe Impartial Judge.
J.-' '*' ?
r Police Make Search
For Pair for Theft
General W. Hayncs, Negro. 2T?7
West Whlttlngton street, and police
today were seeking an unidentified
. * Negro man and woman who allegedly
, f,t poeed as healers and film flammed
'*'? Haynes out of $4K In money and left
their victim In no better physical
q v,v Police SMld their Information whs
c j ' that a negro posing as a priest went
I. IU iiBjim Iiuuir m MUl nuaj aim
' ; powd to oire htm of a minor physical
_ . Haynes paid $2 to the alleged lmt'i?
wbo * * to r(!turi? n*xl
day for the first Installment of "dl
iS? 'T,D* b?*,,r?R'*' police w?ld they werf
f ; Hajoea nerdr saw the man again
hut >.the next day-.a young Negri
rJ Vj' - 'woman came to Hsync's home and ot
ir his lapel ;w pinned'it flower, whlcl
"^Tv-was; supposed to possess mlraculooi
H^h&^porwer*.1 2-'%' *:>. ' .
leln'.'j; Saturday the aame woman re
1 turned to remove the flower, and li
:m& ao* doing 160 In money wrlch wai
, pinned about Haynea' ahlrt stuck-tt
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A. and T.
Curricula To Meet
National Needs '
Ever conscious of the change in demands
of the community, state and
country with the times. A. and T.
College, C.reensboro, which has played
an important part in the preparation
of youth for useful citizenship for
51 years, has recently readjusted her
curricula to meet the needs of a nutiou
which is faced with the herculean
tusk of defending the principles
This defense calls for the most
fultv miiiIdiim) nfrciina in nil flol.w
vita) to It. and The colleges and universities
of the country are held
largely resjsmslble in seeing thut all
shortages of such persons are eliminated
by an increased ourput.
A. ami T. college will answer the
challenge for an Increased output by
accelerating the educational program,
thus releasing more technicians,
skilled artisans and educational
program, thus releasing more technicians.
skilled artisans, and educational
lenders at shorter Intervals. A
student who would ordinarily graduate
In four years may now, through
attending college during the summer. <
graduate In three years.
With the growth In dominance of
the technical aspect in modern day
civilization, tlieer has heen a rapid
shift of college students from the
other departments to the technical
department. The various divisions of
this department are taxed to the
limit by the onrush of persons who
seek technical training. Prof. J. M.
Marteena, dean of the technical department.
disclosed recently that ull
" urjjiii iiuriii inur J"""
wnltlriK for them on their gemination.
The technical department or xchuol
of mechanic arts offers courses lead:
Infc to the bachelor of acience degree
In arhltectural engineering, bualntwi
t administration; commercial education.
commercial Industries and trade
, teachers, electrical engineering, fine
nrta, industrial 'arts and mechanical
i engineering. Extensive offering In
i mathematics and - physics are also
i made for students. The vocational
coorsea which are offered, and which
- lead to certificates are auto tnecbani
lea, carpentry, cabinet making and
upholstering, shoe repairing and
o lestherwork, tailoring, mahlne . shop
practice, masonry, laundry manage
MSBORO, N. C. SATURDAY, APRIL
meat, secretarial science. am) phiiuhins
and steam fitting.
. Under the supervision of the school
of mechanics, the college has offered
such defense courses as airplane ami
engine mechanics, materials testinu
and Inspection and rndio cotuiitunlcations.
The radio communication*
courses are now I wing offered Mt th#
college. which is the only Negro lustl
tution in the state offering them m
the college level A. and T. Is als<
sisNisorlog these courses In Ilaleigl
auu I'urnuin, nun i.s anenipiing h
mtubligh them in Asheville and Win
The demand for proficient typist'
today ia great, and A. and T. cnlltv
is now offering Intensive courimt ii
typing and stenography to quallf;
students immediately for the Increar
in?t nuudrer ?f civil service |??si
The agricultural department Is cor
ducting victory garden campaign
tliroughout Greensboro and the Rtat<
Community gardens, sponsored by vi
rioua victory garden cltilitt, arrj au|iei
vised by members of the A. and 'J
college faculty, who give lectures air
demonstrations to club tueinlrers.
Dr. C. M. BUI. head of the chett
istry department, has for some tlin
tree nconducting experimeuta In an a
tempt to discover a suitable rub!*
substitute. He announced recent I
very near future.
OOOD MEASURE. .*
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An Irishman p*w?l h shop whir
advertised "Everything Sold by. tl
i Yard." Thinking to piny a Joke c
the' shop-keeper. the Irishman wei
In and asked for a Yard of milk.
The shop-keeper, not to be nutdno
! dlp'ped bla finger In a bowl of ml
and drew a line a yard long on tl
counter "Fire ceota, please,** he aal
' "All right," the Irishman came bar
' "roll It up and 111 take It JH
- - .1 H . Real
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gap 1 inn'
A. and T. Has 2
' Clreenslmro?A. ami T. College pre- m?
sonted two iuhIu shakers In Ms relebratlon
of National Negro Health
1 Week. Mrs. Ceueva C\ Hunt, super- ?>r'
' Intetident of the 1? Richardson Me- 001
1 mortal Hospital of this city. and C. W.H
S. Iturhanan. of the munlripnl health
department staff. ??
The firngrams were sponsored by ll
* the A. und'T. Health committee, Dr.
f F. K. Davis, chairman,
ti Mrs. Hunt, who spoke on "Nursing .
f hs a Profession,** declared that In
nursing. one must train the niiml as t||(
- well aa the hand. In listing the pre- sJl
requisites for nurse training, she said |j.||
that although college students are ^
IH prpfrrrw, persona who have pradu- |n
ated from an accredited hfph school h|]
x. In the first one-third of the clues ar.e flr
r. eligible. "Women who want to !* pv
[*. pond nnrws must t?e conscientious, of o(
(] hlph moral character, cultured, jrood |(J
conversationalists, well read and
must be able to keep secrets.** she hfl
>< "w t*
t- Mr. Buchanan, who spoke on "Con- Wi
*r fservatlon of Health" said. "There Is M,
ly no conservation of more vital Imporie
tance to national defense than the
conservation of health." He listed m
syphilis 88 OI>? ,h* greatest men- m
aces to health. "Many heart and g(
tiraln diseases cah be traced to
.k aenhllla " ha Hill
? ' Mr. Huchannn revealed that of all w
?n men examined for military service, U1
nt 00.000 wmp rejected or deferred be- gj
ratue of vrr>ereal dlaeanea. "In the ft
last war many IWea were I oat be^
rau?> of thla men are. This la being
d prevented In the present war by the.
^ health precaotlona taken by military ft
and health authorities," be Mid. t
I The Puiur^O^look.'.
egro C. of C.
Hopes To Improve
Community Life I
HAltLOTTE. April 1.1?In Hit oft
to improve the community life H
r>njr Negroes Johnson C. Smith unlslty
through some of Its faculty |
mlier* has organized a Charlotte |
:ro chamiicr of commerce. j
'his organization Is composed of
Negroes who are interested in |
Itiiprovemeiit of community life
ung Negroes In the city of Chure.
.Men and women who are en;ed
In husiness and professional I
of the city constitutes the nni- I
ity of the uietuliershlp in this or- |
itzatlon. However, there are aux- j
ry organizations composed of the |
lufeurs, maids, restaurant owners, I
eery owners and other types of ' [
;inesses operating in the dry.
*hrough the cImidImt uri effort is ,
lie to bring to the uttentiou of the
Sous persons engaged in business
I commerce latent inforamtlon
irlng upon their particular 1 fields
endeavor. Through the co-opera- |
i of members of the faculty a I
y excellent Negro directory was
nted and distributed. The 1042 1
ectory is now being compiled
Ich will offer many improvements'
r the one last year in that it will
re listed the various skilled Negro
rkers. All carpenters, plasterers,
chanlca. etc.. will be listed toher
in a separate part of the
rhe university through the cham
of commerce lias done much to
g to a high level und build a
re wholesome community relutlonp
between the school and the peo
of the community. This effort
milses to l?e one of the greutest
itrlbutlons the school has made tore!
helping Improve the lives of
groes In recent years.
lunt Wild Dot*
WILSON, April lft.?A giant "wolfe"
|tolice due that apparently puts
f? "Hound of the ItNikrrrllln" to
unie In Hppearniire and which hus
I led a number of hogs und dogs in
e country club section near here
the last few weeks was being
lilted yesterday by a posse of men
ined with shotpius. rifles anil
en sub-machine guns as the office
Kherlff W. A. Wea thereby Joined
Those who has seen the "killer"
iund from a distance In the lust
w weeks deserllie It aa "a giant
[ilfllke animal whose shoulders are
me 2 feet, six Inches from the
Fearing that the mystery hound
Ight attack small children In the
Aghborhond, farmers and deputies
lent moat of tfie^ day yesterday
unmix me creature.
Newest nut rape carried out by the
lid police doy-wna the killing Satrday
morning early of an Eakliqo .
)lta owned by Lyo Newnhara. pne
oalonal at the Wilson country club. ^
Plans are being furnished In Canda
to manufacture synthetic rubber
mm oil carried by pipeline from the ?,