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WHO WILL BE QUEEN OF MAY? One of these charming ladies will he «jucf ti of May si Shaw
r«lrer»lty. Two students from each class were, nominated. Pictured (ell m right are Misses Marjorie
Green, » freshman of Oriental: Iris Hairston, a sophomore of Walnut Cove: Joyce Fuller, a junior of
YanceyviUe; Lillian Barber, a senior of Trenton; Mar.v Taylor, a sophomore of Zebulon; Juanita
Dancy. a freshman of Pinctops: and Sadie Troy, a junior of Whiteville Mvr.le Streeter, a junior of
Greenville, also a contestant, was not present when the picture was taken fh* May Queen winner will,
b* announced later Ihi* week.
‘We Must Meet High Standards Or Fail,’
l F. Morrow Tells N. Carolina Teachers
tay Deswmiiiations Join In
Sponsoring Voting Institute
DURHAM—A rare display of in
ter-denominational unity will ue
revealed here on April 9 when
••-veral hundred Negro ministers
of different faiths gather for the
Church Leaders Conference on
Registering and Voting.
Sponsored jointly by North
Carolina intrrfaith leaders, the
NAACP. and the Southern
Christian Leadership Confer
ence, the meeting is designed
tr> instruct ministers in the
techniques for organizing their
congregations into voting
Baptist, moderators. Methodist
r. i hops, and other denomination
al 1 • trier.- have endorsed the Dui
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This Week f s Advertisers
The merchants listed below ate CAROLINIAN Bonus
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Tit? Icy Food Stores
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Umatead tUo.' • 3Jt«* Skti?* P-’r' u
F.'settle 4 l Wboleialer» ln r -
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Carolina Power & Light t tpipjti-
New t inr.nl u Cass
fiUs RUsses. Hatters A Clranrr
’A inn rtlj.tr Fond Slmr;
O. K. Clothing rr»mpeos
4«ct & Bailey Furnlturr r ••
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rtrst-Cltlzen:, Bank 4 Triljl Cn.
ut r\nt 1
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• i ham meeting, and manv are e-v
---! pected to take part in the in&ti
i j lute.
» A Baptist, the Reverend Dr.
Martin Luther King has been list -
: cci as one of the main speakers.
King, who is president of toe
Southern Christian Leadership
Conference, says he hopes tne
Durham meeting will serve as a.
model for such conferences
throughout the South
Methodist, Bishop Edgar A. Love
wired "One hundred percent en
dorsement nf any movement
get, more Negroes to register and
vote in North Carolina.
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raitlgh Savings 4 Loan Association
Os' is & luine Flower Shop
KIOCIWnfU? St. EourUt Home
"•r re turner. Farmers Bank
Urater Hell tumpan.v
s aveoess Insurance Agency
Pep#i-CoU Bottling Co. of Raleigh
Carolina Builders Cots
Watson's Seafood * Poultry Co.. Inc.
UwateaS Transfer Co. A; Food Store
DUIod Motor Finance Company
Guun'a Esso Service
?Jr .10-.-ph Winter?
The Rood Svstam Industrial ,~r ik
Raleigh Funeral Home
S M, Voting Hardware
Hunt Genera) Tire Compart'
s. r. products
Vw Realty Company
Washington Terrace Apt'
a. t. quifitr Furniture Co
, BY MARCUS' 11. BOULWABE
Hundreds of people, who had
j come to hear the Honorable L
! Frederick Morrow, aide to the
■ President ol the United States, I
; speak on “The Impact, of a Chang- j
I ing Soccity on Education,” wer;|
directed to various classrooms and
'band room, because every one of
the auditorium scats was filled. !
Although 8 o’clock had arrived,
me mam speaker for the third
general session has not appeared
but had tclehponed he would soon
be on hand.
The. president of the NCTA,
Pr. S. L>. Williams, asked the
delegates of the 77th Annual
Convention of the NCTA to
He patient in waiting for the
arrival of ur- Morrow. Every
body who waited was glad
that he did.
At S;"0 pin., !I;. Morrow walk
ed on the platform with Mr. John
iR. Larkin.-, consultant of N C
: Board of Public Health, who u»-
atediats-ly introduced him.
? >vr \ bombshell
thrown from a mortar, Mor
row % i-.att was mat. spare
I age conquest and technolojfi
(COMTKVt FT) ON PAT. F 2>
Attacker Os j
W oman Still
: ; r
Miss Hazel Robinson's screams |
I alerted local police officers and!
frightened away ». man who was
i attempting to drag her into an!
' empty bus at the Greyhound Stor
age Let, late last Thursday night, j
Two detectives said (hey
heard the screams as they
were driving in the vicinity of
the lot at Lenoir and Dawson
Streets. Upon investigating,
they found Miss Robinson, 35,
who told them of the/ assault,
Mrt.-. Robinson said -he was a
native of Virginia and was on her
way to Rocky Mount, via bus ohe
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OP ANCrFRURO. ~. C.—A 29"
year-old Negro truck driver in*
i volved in a collision which killed
two college students and critical
ly injured four others last. Satur
day near St. Matthews was charg
ed with reckless homicide and in
voluntary manslaughter Monday.
The charges against Theo
dore Reed of Swansea were
preferred b.v Highway Patrol
man H W, Swearingen who
investigated the wreck,
Reed was being held under $2,»
! 000 bond in connection with the
, deaths of Carroll Hurt,cl Cabell
j and Dorothy Cornelia Matheny,
both of Charleston.
The four injured student,*, one
(Continued On Page. ?,)
Second Week Popularity Contest Standings
REV H W CUNNINGHAM, Raleigh 4?0
First Congregational Chruttian Church
REV S. R. mCHAF-DSON, Goldsboro 240
Shiloh Presbyterian Church
REV. R, W. BUTTS. JamewUte ISO
Pinery Grove t>.sciples Church
1 REV ,1. W JONES. Raleigh 110
Fayetteville St. Baptist Church
REV CLYDE B. WALTON, Garner ... 90
St. Amanda Church
REV L S. PENN. Raleigh . fin
SI. Paul AME Church
REV ROBERT L. SHIRLEY. Raleigh SO
Davie Street Presbyterian Church
REV. R. V. HORTON. Pittsboro 30
Mitchell Chapel AMEZ Church
REV G. n r.oVTOK, SR P&ntego 10
Antioch Disciple* Church
CONTEST ENDS JUNE 12, 1958
DR. M. L. KING SHAW SPEAKER APRIL 9
VOL. 17. NO. 27
Greensboro Pool Sale Held
•¥ + Hh + 4* 4 4 s + i
Following Collision With Train, Boy, 10
DIES IN FLAM TRUCK
2 Swimming |
GREENSBORO - - Greensboro :•
two segregated public swimming
pooL were, scheduled to be sold.
to the highest bidder Tuesday.
The auction continued as sched-;
; died after efforts by a group of
! Negroes to get a federal court •
order halting it failed.
The city decided to sell the fa
cilities after some Greensboro Ne
groes indicated they might go to
court in an attempt, to have she
facilities—all white Lindley ParVr
and all-Negro Nocho desegro
(Coniinsed Or; Page ‘i;
In Race For
Two mor* mink-tors entered the !
• race this week to bring the total!
up to nine runners as ths minis- |
ters wind up the second lap of the |
third Ministers Popularity Con
test, sponsored bs the CAROLIK •
Moving at once into first place
is Rev, H. W. Cunningham. pa--
. tor of the First Congregational
] Church. Raleigh, with 470 votes.
Second runner-up is a newcom
er, Rev B. R Richardson pastor
jof Shiloh Presbyterian Church.
Goldsboro, with 240 votes. ,
In third place, the Rev R. W
; Butts, pastor of Pmey Grove Dis- i
I ciples Church, Jamesville, hav
polled 190 votes,
Fourth-place holder is Rev. .1 ,
W. Jones, pastor of Fayetteville
Street Baptist Church who won
: the first Ministers Popularity
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School Beard i!
Adopts 11 Yr.
‘Mixing’ Plan !<
I NASHVILLE, Term- The City j
! School Board has adopted a school I
! integration plan that, would take?
11 years to complete, and School
! Superintendent W. H. Oliver says
1 “it is the only one that will work
j in Nashville."
The pian received final ap
proval Monday, oer the ob
jection of Negro board mem
ber Coy ness Ennix, it laws for !
| desegregation grade-by-grade
until all have heeri integrated.
Since first grades were inte
grated last fall, the final step
would be taken in 1988.
“If complete integration can be
worked out peacefully and har
moniously by 1968 it will be a
tremendous accomplishment,” Ol
: iver said. “And I direct, mv re
| marks to those who think it can
be done quickly."
Ennix objected to (he plan
because, he said. “This is not
with all deliberate speed A
(CONTINUED ON P/VGI Z)
RALEIGH, N. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1958
TEMPERS FLAKED and bias! furnaces were cooled last week
at the Indiana. Harbor Works of the Youngstown Sheet and Tub**
Company w here 10,000 steel-workers went on strike in support of a
suspended shop steward. Picketing was light as charges and coun
ter-charges flew hack and forth between the company and Local
1(01. Here a statement is read by Frank Perry, charman of the
grievance committee of the local, left, and Reno Mussant, presi
dent of the local. Mussant said he is trying to get the workers
bark to work. (UNITED PRESS PHOTO:.
Livingstone Prexy Denies
Professors’ Firing Charge
SALlSßUßY—President J. B.
Brocket!, of Livingstone College
here defended the AMK Zion, in
stitution last week, against the j
American Association of Unlver- i
sity Professors' charge that It re- j
pudiated a. teacher’s contract on i
ground: of religious affiliations.'
Dr. J. H. Hayswood, Religious ]
Leader, Passes At Lumberton
LUMBERTOK Dr. John H.
Haywood, 81, educator and re
ligious leader, died at. 12:30 p.m.
Monday in the Roberon Memorial
Dr Hayswood was pastor of
| TO APPEAR ON TV SHOW
RALEIGH Mrs Naomi Can
non of 1705 Pender Street, this
1 city, left bv train Thursday for
New York where the will appear
! on Jan Murray's “Treasure Hunt”
television program either Friday,
1 CONTINUED ON PAGE ?'/
By ROBERT G. SHEPARD
FEED ALL FROM THE SAME
' SPOON Several Negro home
i owners on Oberlin Road are sac
-1 ed with the ugly prospect of lor
■ mg their homes because of the
| city of Raleigh has decided that
! their prospertt.es are needed for
street extension projects. It 1s not
our purpose to argue either the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE t)
PRICK 12c IN N. C.; ELSEWHERE Isr |
“We don't make a policy of
discriminating against people
bceaase of their religions be
liefs.” said acting President
“We have had Catholics and
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the Bethany Presbyterian Church,
where his funeral was conduct
ed at 2 pm. Wednesday, Burial
followed m the church cemetery.
Officiating was Dr A. H. Georuc
end Dr. H. S. Davis of Johnson
C. Smith University. Charlotte.
He was a native of Louishurg
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DELEGATES AT HOME DEMONSTRATION SESSION A portion of tf»e 2.8 W Home Demon
stratton women from throughout the state, who Jammed Raleigh Memorial Auditorium last week for
the annua! mr-efing of the State Council of Negro Home Demonstration Clubs. Mrs. Kuth Stencil, flat*
: going president, presided over the «ouions.
Race With A
A 1.0-yea‘••old Negro bov. Jun
tot Hcste:. Route 3 Raleigh, vw.
trapped in the rab or a true),
here Tuesday afternoon and burr
ed to death while his companion
16-years-old. was thrown from fir
truck and died hr-tantly.
'the two youths, rirtlrg in a
fully loaded gas truck, met
death when their vehicle
smashed into a three-car
Southern passenger train and
exploded at a South Blount
SI reel grade crossing.
The boys had just, supervised ,
the loadin'; of 1076 gallon? of in
flammable kerosene, high te t
and regular gasoline from the Sin
clair Oil Company loading plat
forms, r*pr;r the vnj!ros*lt traeifK.
The engineer of Southern’s west
bound train from Goldsboro to
Greensboro said the truck ran
Into the oath of the oncoming
(rain after driving around s c«;
stooped -.1, the c x-sins
Asked In Fia.
TALLAHASSEE. Fla -A Negro j
attorney asked the state supreme ;
court to overthrow a city bus
j “weight distribution” seating law i
that he charged is a "subterfuge”
for unconstitutional * anal segre- j
Francisco Rodriguez, an attor
ney for the National Association;
for the Advancement of Colored i
People, challenged the conviction?
of two Negro youths for violating,
the law adopted during the height.,
of a 1957 Negro bus boycott, here,
i The law requires the driver nf
each bus to assign passengers to
(CONTINUED ON PAGE Z)
Wake Uounty Coroner Mar
shall W. Bennett reported
Monday that pnuemonia
claimed the life of a 60-year
old man who died while being
rushed from the Wake Coun
ty Jail to Saint Agnes Hospi
The coroner said an autopsy
was performed on the body of
Albert Hopkins of K-20 Wash
ington Terrace .rod the report
was based on the rinding: of
doctors at Saint Agnes.
Hopkins had been arrested
by city police about ?•!<* p.m
Saturday on a charge of pub
‘Magicians’ In Wreck
.IFFFRItSO.v CITY. Ti*n«—
* bus carrying “Goose Ta
tum and hi* basketball team,
the Harlem Magicians. flight
fir» and war. destroyed early
The Magicians bad <-nmpiet
ed an exhibition game in
Johnson City and were travel
ing Nouth when they wer*
forced to pile, out of the feus
on tJ. S. Highway 11 -F about
one mile North of here.
The player v about of
fhem. munaced to save all of
their uniform* and gear but
the vehicle was ruined
v i • IN t.fJTHFU hlNii. Jit.
Shaw University s eighteenth
annua] observance of Theologie <!
Alumni Day wii] h«. held on Tuct
day and Wednesday, Anri) 8 ar.d
Or. Martin Luther King. Jr.,
president of the Montgomery
Improvement Association, of
Montgomery, Ala,, will be the
principal speaker. He will de
liver a sermon at ihe public
meeting which will be held eX
Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
on Wednesday, April 9, at
Music for (he public mrefi-.S
will be furnished by the Shew
University Choral Society. A spe •-
ial lecture will be given to fcl.e
ministers on Wednesday at 2;.‘ 0
p.m. in Grrenleaf Auditorium.
The annual fellowship dinner
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To Be Listed
Well, it’s all over but the cour
ting, and next week the three
churches whose members spent
the largest amounts with CARO
LINIAN advertisers will-be an
The Church Bonus Money
month, which consisted of six
weeks came to a close at »id
night Wednesday, April 7.
submit their reports or purchaf *
Rltpe at the offices of The CA.FC-
L.INTAN. 518 E Martin Street., m
later than noon Monday.
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