Kinston History Noted negro speaker Daily Free Press May 1, 1920 Pg. 1
last of duty was deliberations educa on Dr. ChnrlM ft, . nntA rut. cago negro, in an address at St. John's Free Will Baptist Church hero his-(Friday his-(Friday his-(Friday night advised local colored of 'neoDle to refrain fmm the'volities and exert themselves toliv he amicablv with thAir time- ta.Dr. Stewart came here to make two agent addresses, "The young American .negro needs a vision. He needs to Advises Saneness Noted Negro Tells Colored People to rorget frivolities. Chief re will well .. nt New! know more of the past that past through which his mothers and fathi, ers passed. He needs to .know how they put their case in . the hands of God. and how He liberated them. That God still lives," he said, He ureed that a halt be called upon; the flock ing, of young colored people to dance halls and questionable plaees. "It ia cheaper to build school houses and employ competent teachers : than to build jails and employ policemen," he asserted. Dr. Stewart will' preach at St. Paul's Bsptist Church- Church- Sunday morning. , ; ;5 .'.'The negro's future in this country country depends more on what ho does for himself than what others may do for him," declared Dr. Stewart Friday night. ' . s "There should be no strife between Cum- Cum- tho white man of the south and the negro of the south, but they should work together to make this country - I A tabu the garden spot of the world. They . ? should , speak well of each olher." a Dr. Stewart spdke in terms of praise of Kinston College, a growing colored institution here. , :. 1 '