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(Continued from Page One) his home by some Negro friends from Phoenix, Ariz. The friends had been connected with the build ing of a school named for the chemits and a private residence for the Julians in Phoenix. During their visit to Oak Park they were shown around the grounds of the Julian home. “Evidently some one who saw them with me thought I was plan ning to cut up my place and sell some of it to other Negroes,” Dr. Julian said. “The first letter was postmarked at about 9:30 the night of the same day. Styles Lik* other fashions, hair styles change too. We keep up with these changes, and are able to give you the coiffure of your selection. Let us design a hair style that will fit only you. Call now for an appointment. GLADY’S BEAUTY SHOP 4061 j X. Farish St. Dial 2-M17 Alcorn Host To Alumni And ! Lettermen For Homecoming Alcorn, Miss., Nov. 9—(Special) —Saturday, November 13, 1954, has been set aside for the cele bration of our annual HOMECOM ING. All alumni, former students, and friends of Alcorn A. & M. College will be looking forward to this day and are cordially invited to come down and “have a hand in the festivities.” A unique feature of this year’s Homecoming celebration will be what is termed LETTERMEN’S DAY (the last of the special days for Alcorn during the current foot ball season). All lettermen are in vited to come back to their old “stomping grounds”, view the old gridiron and take a part in the Homecoming Parade. Alcorn will meet Texas Southern University in our new stadium in what is predicted to be an exciting and entertaining game; one you cannot afford to miss. The schedule of activities is as follows: Registration, 8:00 a.in.-2:00 p.m. Lunch (Price 50c) 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Homecoming Parade, 1:30 p.m. Homecoming Game, 2:30 p.m. Do You Need Money We Arrange Loans For People Of Good Character. Bring Us Your Problems, Our Service Is At Your Disposal Harry Loflin Broker 220 1 j W. Capitol Over Bourgeois Jewelrv Store Dial 5-4552 Phone 2-0627 R. D. FISHER i HOME REPAIR Roofing • Siding • Painting [General Repair 125 MINERVA ST. JACKSON. MISS. a PICTURE of SPRING LOVELINESS t'ou rely on a fashion shop for lovely new Spring apparel, but you rely on yr.ar cleaner to keep it looking its best. You can trust your loveliest garments in our care knowing that they will be returned to you as fresh and colorful as the day you bought them. One# you try our service you’ll become a regular customer. Alterations - Storage - Hats PARIS CLEANERS DIAL JP*4! COR. FARISH ft MONUMENT STS. JESSaE WILLIAMS, Prop. Jackie Robinson To Be Cited for Aid To Handicapped New York — Jackie Robinson, Broklyn Dodgers infield-outfield star, will receive a citation for his work in aiding handicapped chil dren when he receives the New York Philanthropic league’s an nual award for sports at a lunch eon in the grand ballroom of Wal dorf Astoria here Nov. 14. Entii’e proceeds from the lunch eon will go toward building a rec reation-rehabilitation center for the city’s handicapped children. The league is an affiliate of the United order of True Sister, Inc. of New York. -o Liberia Saluted As Symbol Of Liberty For All Africa Easton, Pa: — Liberia was sa luted here Saturday as a “symbol of liberty and progress to all the people of Africa.” The nation was thus cited as its President, W. V. S. Tubman was awarded the degree of Doctors of Laws at Lafayette College, Easton Dinner (Price 75c) 4:-JO p.m.-5:-'50 p.m. Lettermen’s Banquet, (5:00 p.m. Homecoming Dance (Admission $1.00) K:00 p.m. PREPARE For Comfort Like A BE SLY On Trices Like A Just Dial 2-5463 “You Get Your Money’s Worth When You Trade With Us” Beaver & Fox Furniture Co. if Electric Appliances ir Gas Appliances if Wide Selections In All Home Furnishings Easy Terms — Free Delivery 410 N. Farish St. THE DOTTY CAB FLEET 2-WAY RADIO SERVICE RIDE IN SAFETY—CALL A DOTTY CAB For Prompt and Courteous Service — Phone 4-4494 * —— - *-■- ------ _.. Choral Directors.. (Continued from Page One) also designed to assist choral con ductors in the preparation of fes tive music as well as to discuss means by which the festival can be more vital and interesting. At this meeting music will be selected for the Spring Music Festival which has become one of the outstanding i events on the College campus. Some attention will be given to the proper rendition of the music selected. Persons attending the conference will be luncheon guests of the Col lege at 12:15 p. m. Among the topics to be discussed are: 1. Contest evaluation sheets. 2. The question of dividing a school into Class A or B for eon ! test. .‘5. Responsibility of school acting as host for the district. 4. The meaning and the signifi cance of the Song Fest. Stress will also be upon: Intensity: precision, drive, eco nomy of time, and change of pace. Program Building: audience, re sponse, and good taste. Rehearsals: the rigors and prin ciples. Basic Choral Techniques: specific I devices. Rhythm response: securing team work. Repertory: exploration of secular and sacred music. The first session is scheduled to 1 begin at '.COO a. m. i Virginia... (Continued from Page One) j situent societies have in recent years opened their membership to all doctors regardless of color. The action now makes it possi i hie for the colored physician, if accepted for membership, to re ceive all benefits of the society as well as attend scientific sessions from time to time. It also means that colored mem bers are automatically members of the American Medical Association, with all the privileges of the na tional organization. The Virginia society was the last medical group in this area to admit colored physicians — an action taken previously by the District of Columbia Medical Society and the Maryland State Medical Society. FOA Official ... (Continued from Page One) levels of consumption and produc tion, undeveloped water resources, difficulty of accessibility to the ■ interior, maldistribution of labor, and rampant malnutrition. The FOA commented: "The continued production and availability of needed materials, the security of our air and naval bases in Africa, and in the event of war, the maintenance of key lines of comunimcations depend on the existence of politically stable Afri can societies associated with the free world. |t "Stability in part depends on the extent to which the aspirations of the people of Africa are realized j and the extent to which they ac quire technical skills and knowledge essential to development. "Through our assistance pro grams, we arc in a position to share ! some of the techniques and skills i developed in this country but suit able to Africa, and thus promote the interests of the African people I as well as our own interest.” —-o At;El) TURTLE North Scituate — A challenger for the title of oldest living box turtle has appeared. Ernest E. Cookson found a turtle near his vegetable garden with the date “ 1 carved on its undershell. If genuine, the turtle would have an eight-year edge on the present grand-daddy turtle now residing at the Bronx Zoo in New York. Pennsylvania. President Tubman arose early j and drove to Easton in a seven car j Cadillac motorcade to receive the honor. The party covered the 75 miles in an hour and 15 minutes despite rainy weather. The citation accompanying the degree which was presented to President Tubman by Lafayette President Ralph C. Hutchinson said in part: “President Tubman, your nation I stands as a symbol of liberty and | progress to all the peoples of Africa and is bound to the United States by the closest ties of friend i ship. “Your administration has been acclaimed the most progressive dec ade in Liberia’s history, made so through your vision, your able poli tical leadership, your humanitarian concentration.” The honor came to President Tubman as Lafayette celebrated its annual founders day exercises in the college gym. Mrs. Ovet Culp Hobby, head of the Health, Education and Welfare Agency was guest speaker. Former Undersecretary of State Bedell Smith was among others receiving degrees from the college. 500 Persons President Tubman donned aca demic robes to accept the honor. The honorees were not required to respond to the awards and Mr. Tub man therefore did not address the gathering of 500 persons. Later at a luncheon reception at the college given in his honor he spoke to the faculty and trustees. Centreville Woman Dies In Auto Accident Centreville, Miss. Nov. 8 (Spec ial) — A 3f> year old Negro wom an was killed and two others in jured Saturday night in a head-on truck-auto collision three miles south of Centreville. The District Office of the High way Patrol at Brookhaven identi fied the dead woman as Nettie Wright of Centreville. Hospitalized at Centreville was George Montgomery with head and chest injuries and Joe Slack with a fractured left leg, cuts and bruises on the head. Both men are Negroes and reside in the Centre ville area. The District office reported the truck was in the middle of the Sound And Fury Again The frequent press releases and statements now emanating from Senator Joseph R. McCarthy’s of fice can be taken as a reminder that after Tuesday’s election the i senator from Wisconsin will be back in the limelight—-unfortun ately! It has been a nice rest—this pe riod in which Senator McCarthy and his sayings have been rele gated to the back pages when they got into print at all. It would be even nicer if it could be kept that way. The McCarthy sound and fury is something we couid do without. Evidently Senator McCarthy has been feeling the Senate’s pulse along with that of the public be 1 cause he is predicting that the Senate will vote to censure him and thereby place “an iron cur tain between the Government and , the American people.” The curtain idea seems a little far-fetched even for Senator Mc Carthy but it fits into his gran diose performance pattern and not many are apt to take him serious ly. It will take a great deal more than censure of his Senate conduct to separate the American people from their Government. Anticipating what the special censure committee will do, Sena tor McCarthy has apparently de cided to make a furious offensive serve as best defense. It is good strategy if you can get away with it but we doubt if Senator McCar thy is going to be successful. i Old Country Store Remember the old general mer chandise store that once was the hub of every small American com munity? The plows in the corner next to the high-buttoned shoes hanging by their strings. The big 1 cheeses and the cracker barrel alongside the oversized pickle jars. I Remember that delicious and dis | tinctly different odor of salt meat, shot polish, bananas and kerosene that was wafted in waves from the red-hot Franklin stove? It’s one of non-urban America’s fondest memories. But what housewife of today would go there to shop? One w'ould road when the collision occured. Charges against Montgomery, who : was driving the truck, are pend ; ing. The accident occured about 7:44 p.m. Saturday on state highway 33. Highway patrolmen Marshall Lumpkin and Carl Prist, investi i gated the accident. All watch Repair work done here is checked scientifically by the which prints an accu rate record of the rate of your watch, assuring you that all work has been properly done. REMEMBER TO DEMAND THIS PROOF OF ACCURACY TREBOTICH JEWELERS 113 W. Capitol St. ! , 1 think twice about buying cheese i with flies parading over the cloth that covered it. There were no frozen foods, no refrigerated veg etable trays, no canned goods even. The potatoes and other heavy veg etables no longer sit in open boxes on the floor. i No, today’s housewice demands . ! much more—and gets it. She pays more in the process, but when one considers the quality of product, the saved labor and the comfort, she probably gets more for her money. It’s a fact that the "good old store’’ of yesterday would starve to death for lack of patronage in a modern community. 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