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SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1943
W. T. HOST SPEAKER
AT HONOR DAY
EXERCISES AT SHAW
W. T. Host, Political Report
er of the Greensboro Daily Ncwh
wus the principul speaker ut the
Shuw University Honors Duy
exercises held Wednesday, May
5, In the Shaw University Green
leaf Memorial Auditorium where
three Shaw University seniors,
und four Shuw University Juniors
were elected to membership in
the Alpha Omlcrou Honor
Society. Mr. Host lauded the at
tainment of the scholars and
suggested that scholarship Is
important to the development
of good citizens " if for no other
purpose than to make possible
the distinction between what
is old and what is new”.
"The merit of un idea or of a
project, he continued, "does not
lie in the oldness or the new
ness of its conception but rather
in the good that will do for the
progress of humanity”.
Citing Solomon as an author
ity, Mr. Rost urged Shuw stu
dents to recognize the durabil
ity of what may be good "re
gardless of its age”. He insisted
that the so called new order as
espoused by Hitler and his
hordes is nothing more than
repition of the tyranny which
characterize the activities of
Germanic tribes in the early days
of civilization.
Refering to alcoholic intoxi
cant he assured his audience of
young people that drinking is
neither smart nor modern but Is
almost as old as man himself
an in addition is stupid. The
newest things discovered by
alcoholic beverages, he said, "is
that they are poisonous to the
human body."
Senior students who had
earned an average of two quality
points during the seven semes
ters of their career at Shaw
TEACH
Your Dollars to Have
More Cents By Buying
Your Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Other Wearing
Apparels At—
I. HUNTLEY’S
„ CLOTHING STORE _
814 E. Market St.
Greensboro, N. C.
Pause., fffi and
by
GREENSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
New Dormitories Built for D. C. War Workers
Samuel Plato, contractor, and part of his office staff is shown at their field headquarters for the con
struction of Wake and Midway Halls, recently completed dormitories for 1,000 Negro women war work
fn tath. c.pi"l Show,, (left to right) ire Md» S. WjhMh Mildred Du-tn Wdheimem, ltor
nett, Mrs. Elnora Plato (wife of the contractor and chief accountant), Mr. 1 lato, and trances l urdy.
University and on the basis of
this record and other qualities
were elected to the Alpha Oml
crou Honor Society were Misses
Ethel Ellis, Whltesville, Myrtle
Lucas. Rocky Mount; Catherine
Shaw, Burlington. Juniors hav
ing an average of at least 2.5
quality points were Misses Ber
nice Byrd. Charlotte; Rosalyn
Cherry Richardson, Turboro;
Ruth Wimberly, Raleigh, and
Jumes Thomas, Wilmington.
Jumes Thomas because of his
average of 2.8 quality points
for a period of five semesters
became automatically presi
dent of the Alpha Omlcrou
Honor Society for the school
year 194 3-4 4.
Music for the program was
furnished by Miss Doris Duvis
und Miss M. Ruth Jackson who
played respectively, the piano
solos "Hungarian Dance”, Mc-
Dowell and Sibelius’, “Fin
landia”.
Miss Alma Beatrice Coppedge
of tile Shaw University staff who
in 1941-42 was president Os the
Alpha Omlcrou Honor Society
presided in the absence of un
dergraduate members of the
organization.
THE FUTURE OUTLOOK, GREENSBORO, N. C.
Events of the celebration were
concluded with u banquet Held
Wednesday evening at the home
of President and Mrs. Robert
P. Daniel where additional
honors were paid to the newly
elected members of the Alpha
Omlcrou Honor Society.
■ ■ - •
NEGRO WELDER
WINS GOVERNMENT
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
A West Coast shipyard work
er whose suggestion increased
production 400 per cent has be
come the first Negro war work
er to win a Certificate of Individ
ual Production Merit, the War
Production Drive Headquarters
announced Monday. May 3.
The award winner is Charles
H. Fletcher, a welder In the
Moore Dry Dock Company ship
yards at Oakland, Cal. He work
ed out a devise to use in welding
insulation pins to deckbeads.
which increases production 400
per cent.
In a simple operation. Fletch
er used a welding pin extension
made of copper piping In his
innovation. The device was
recommended by the Board for
Individual Awards to merit
widest iKissible use throughout
the shipbuilding industry.
Fletcher’s suggestion was
certified to the War Production
Drive Headquarters by the
Labor-Management Committee
representing the Moore Dry
Dock Company of Oakland, the
International Association of
Machinists, the International As
sociation of Bridge, Structural
and Ornamental Iron Workers
and the International Brother
hood of Electrical Workers, all
members of the American
Federation of Labor.
INSURANCE FOR
SOLDIERS
All North Carolina soldiers
can get financial protection la
the National Service Life In
surance program, If they act
before midnight of August 10,
the War Department has an
nounced. Maximum policy Is
SIO,OOO. The payments will be
made to beneficiaries only In
monthly Installments.
CANCEL CONVENTIONS
FOR DURATION
Washington Fi f t y-1 w o
Negro fraternal, professional, re
ligious, business, and recreation
al organizations have cancelled
their annual conventions for
1 943, following a request by
Joseph B. Eastman, Director of
Defense Transportation, for the
abandonment of all meetings and
conventions that will not con
tribute in an important way to
winning of the war.
The list of these cooperating
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groups, representing 28 per cent
of the 259 organizations usually
holding annual conventions, was
made public this week by Joseph
R. Houchlus, Specialist on
Negro Statistics in the U. S.
Department of Commerce. Dr.
Houchlus revealed further that
six other Negro groups, Includ
ing three national organizations,
are giving consideration to
possible postponements of their
conventions.
Organizations which have al
ready cancelled their annual
meetings included 18 fraternal,
14 educational, 8 professional,
5 business, and 7 religious,
recreational and miscellaneous
groups.
We will start a
Second Shift At
Our Plant
to take care of the Army
work. Any women inter
ested may apply at our
office.
HourH 5:15 A. M. to
10:45 M.
COLUMBIA
Laundry
Phone 8193
901 Battleground Ave.

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