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The Mississippi Enterprise
A NEWS SERVICE FOR MISSISSIPPI NEGROES
Published Weekly at Jackson. Mississippi
110 East Monument Street — Phone 6-4384
WILLIE J. MILLER .Publisher-Owner
SARAH M. HARVEY . Editor
WILUAM HARVEY . Circulation
OFFICIAL ORGAN MISS. STATE ELKS
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
TWO YEARS — $7.00
H MONTHS — $2.50 1 YEAR - $4.00
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD WILL
(Editor’s Note: For Editorial Comment we are using
the following “Ten Commandments of Good Will” by
Dr. Walter W. VanKirk, because we feel that if more
people would decide to live by these commandments,
the world would be a much better place in which to
live.)
I will respect all men and women regardless of
race and religion.
I will protect and defend my neighbor and my
neighbor’s children against the ravages of racial or re- 1
ligious bigotry.
^ I will exemplify in my own life the spirit of good
will and understanding.
-fa I will challenge the philosophy of racial super- |
iority by whomsoever it may be proclaimed, whether
they be kings, dictators or demagogues.
'vf I will not be misled by the lying propaganda of
those who seek to set race against race or nation against
nation.
I will refuse to support any organization that has
for its purpose the spreading of anti-Semitism, anti
Catholicism, or anti-Protestantism.
I will establish comradeship with those who seek
to exalt the spirit of love and reconciliation throughout
the world.
I will attribute to those who differ from me the
same degree of sincerity that I claim for myself.
I will uphold the civil rights and religious liber
ties of all citizens and groups whether I agree with them
or not. . . . >
ty I will do more than live and let live—I will live
and help live. —Dr. Walter W. VanKirk.
New Class...
(Continued from Page 1)
which production of all types
of pictures, photographs, and
visual materials may be pro
duced (A full-scale, complete
Iv-adequate darkroom will be
one of the features of this lab
oratory); a film laboratory
which will house the entire
film holdings of the College,
now serving the high schools
of the State; two separate
suites of offices, one for each
of the two areas involved; a
large library conference room;
a faculty and staff lounge: and
an auditorium capable of seat
ing 205 persons will make the
building a valuable addition to
the plant of the rapidly grow
ing institution.
Meanwhile, several other im
provements on the campus are
being made as weather condi
tions permit. A new four-inch
gas line is being installed at a
i cost of $16,000.00 for the redis
tribution of gas to replace the
old system which “grew up like
Topsy.” Beautification of the
central area of the campus, in
cluding construction of anoth
er parking lot, walks and re
flection pools, is nearing com
pletion.
Total outlay for these pro
iects approximate $20,000.00.
Work on two tennis courts is
expected to be resumed imme
diately.
Hopewell
News
George E. Berry, Reporter
Sunday, June 21, at the Lil
lie Mae M. B. C. where the
Rev. M. H. Herrol is pastor, it
was a pleasure for my father
and I to motor down to George
town, Miss., and to worship in
a fine service. There is a nice
group of girls and boys who
are willing to sing in the Jun
ior Choir and here are their
names: Bobbie Jean Young,
Coren Young, Patty Sue Dam
per, Dorothy Morris, Argie
Mae Grays, Argie N. Johnson,
Bertha Mae Hatly, Jewel Jean
Winters, Charles Fair, Willie
Fair, Charles Thomas. Jessie
Taylor, Frank Charies Mitch
ell. Our director, Mr. Haven
Thames and yours truly, Geo.
E. Mary Berry, rendered the
music. Rev. Herrol preached a
wonderful sermon, his subject
u as “And They Waited To See
Him Die.” In returning to
Brushy Creek, my home chur
ch, B. T. U. at 6:00 p. m., reg
ular service at 7:00 p. m., pas
tored by Rev. W. H. Hinds. The
fourth Sunday night in June
the Herior of Jeriee No. 118
will celebrate St. John Day.
The Rev. Otis Ellis will preach
that night everyone is cordial
ly invited to Brushy Creek,
Mrs. Eassie Mae Taylor M. A.
M., Mr French Jackson. W. M.
600 Attend...
(Continued from Page 1)
j in the ever-moving drama of
! learning as our institution
i.. .
waxes into institutional excel
lency with every passing day.
The summer session is en
tertaining, exciting, and intel
lectually challenging to the
teachers who have come here.
We expect Mississippi and the
children in the schools from
which these teachers have
come to be richer because they
chose this citadel of learning
to recharge their batteries,
gathering new techniques and
gaining more momentum for
the task that lies ahead.
Negro Arrested .
(Continued from Page 1)
truck, police said.
After waiting for several
Loons Arranged
On Your Signature
Furniture. Heal Estate
or Automobile
Tower
Loan
Brokers
DIAL FL 3-3439
17 S. State — Jackson
hours for the whiskey to be
loaded, the couple reported the
swindle.
Similar swindles have been
operated in several Mississippi
counties in recent years.
Money News
THE LOCKLOMA M. B. C.
Missionary Society rendered a
mission program the third Sun
day, June 21, with the presi
dent Mrs. Parker, in charge.
After some timely remarks by
Rev. Hughes, Rev. W. M. Hall
was introduced. Rev' Hall
chose for his text Acts 22:1,
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CLEANING and
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Wolfe’s
Cleaners
OSCAR J. WOLFE
Owner
1154 Mill Street
JACKSON. MISS
Men, Brethren and Fathers,
hear ye my defense, hear me.
The spirit was very high and
all that heard this great ser
mon enjoyed it. Bro. Henry
Prince was on hand and made
some great remarks. Money
k/«iuiuaj, v U11C U I , XJtlJ
raised, $19.95. Mrs. Parker,
president, and Rev. T. C. Col
lins, pastor.
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accost.
T. M, mo. U. $, fAT. OH.
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Jackson, Mississippi
sonic’s eB:r sutnes
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Saturdays, Sunday Nights
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-AND
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Featuring
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»
Highway 80 — Jackson, Miss. *«
NEWS FOR WORKING
LADIES!!
NKIH’I APPOINTMENTS
MON thru THURS.
JEFFERSON'S
Modern Beauty
Shoppe
FL 2-9792
816 N. Farish St
T C. JEFFERSON Prop
Jackson, Miss
LOANS...
On Watches Diamonds
Guns - Radios -
Men's Clothing, Etc.
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
By Watch Maker With 30 Years Experience
SPORTING GOODS — MEN’S WEAR
JEWELRY - LUGGAGE
HUNT & WHITAKER, Inc.
149 N. Farish St. Dial FL 3-4901 Jackson. Miss.
Color-Gay Set
For Your Porch
or Patio —
Want
Summer Furniture?
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Gliders to match-$16.95
Tables - $4.50
Colors: Red, Yellow, Green, Pink.
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203 NO. FAR1SH ST. - PHONE FL 3-7804
Always Buy The Best
For Less!
• iVleadowbrook Mart
• 1819 Terry Road
f 1724 Bailey Ave.
• 924 Lynch St.
• 123 E Griffith St.
• Canton, Miss.
jRADE A FRESH DRESSED I
fryers
lb- 25c
LEAN, MEATY, Ideal for Barbecue I
Spare Ribs I
lb- 3 9c
magnolia hickory smoked I
BACON
1 lb. pkg. 47c I
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WIENERS
1 lb. pkg. 49c I
coupon ♦
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CHASE & SANBORN t
COFFEE 1
II
lb. can 49c
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•rday, Jun" ZTft'' P0" eXpires Sa‘- j
fresh Rostov fw iTi
SI UN-Ideal For Barbecue
BUTTS
lb. 39C
BAKE-RITE
shortening
3 lb. can 49c
NO. 1 GRADE—Fresh H„ "
esh Homegrown
, peaches
Farge Freestone
_ »>• TOf
NO 1 golden vEEEOw-'
BANANAS
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COUPON
Wesson Oil
H- bottle 39c
Grocery Purchase" Coudo3 #° addition»l
‘"■day, June 21th. P n txP*rcs Sal.

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