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Couple Jailed For Beating Sheriff With Baseball Bat
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B. Talbert Federated Club ga
thered recently at the home of
Mrs. Sarah Leonard to plan for
the entertainment of the State
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63 Teachers Awarded Grants To NCC’s
Summer institute For Science, Math
DURHAM Dr. W. H. Robinson, j
director of North Carolina Col- ]
lege''' Summer Institute of Sci
ence end Mathematics teachers, j
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Federation Convention to be held
at BUrk* in June Shown stand
ing (left m right) are. Mesdatnes
L ,Y. Brown, J. I) Hawkins, Sa
rah 8 Leonard, C F. Morgan,
Addle R. Byrd. Seated; M«*-
dame* h. V. Brown, J. D. Haw -
j today announced names of 63 reclp
| ients of aawrds from the National
J Science Foundation.
1 Eighteen of the teachers' r.wsrdr
kins, Sarah 8 Ueonard. C. F,
Morgan, Addla B. Byrd, Seated;
Meadame* Nellie Hamm, Bessie
Jnyner, L W. Reeve*, 8. 8. Cog
dell, Mary B. Moore and A. T.
Hines. —I. B. Barren Foto.
are in mathematic*, 20 la diatnirtry
and 25 in biology,
NCC’s Institute is in its second
year, In 1637, NSF awarded NCC
i $65,70(1. This year’s grant is for
$53,000, Dr, Robinson b s been di
rector of the project since jt.s in
ception at NCC.
Individual awards include sti
pends of $75 00 per week plus fra- j
! vel, tuition, and $15.00 per week |
for each dependent up to 4
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Officer Attempts To Confiscate TV
Set; Suffers Broken Arm, Bruises
DETROIT (ANP) A west
side man and « woman companion
who s;.sauitad a Common Piean
Court Bailiff with a baseball bat
DURHAM - Dr. E tst Mortiz
ManasMt. professor c? German and
philosophy at North Carolina Col
lege, has accepted a one year mem
bership in the Institute for Ad
vanced Study at Princeton Univer
NCC President Alfonso Elder
has approved Prof. Manasse's one
year leave for the period June 1,
J9SB to September 1, 1959.
The Institute was established for
postdoctoral research in mathema
tics, mathematical physics, and his
Dr. Misnasser will spend hi*
lime there to complete a. criti
cal study of recent books on
Plato. The first part of his pro
ject appeared as a. special i*
sue nt the German periodical
ATJ several months ago.
Temporary memberships in the
institute are available enntrlly to
so: a? 100 scholars interested in pure
research. Stipends of several thou
sand dollars go with the tempora
ry membership J Robert. Oppen
hefmer. the noted scientist, is di
rector of the institute.
Or. Manasse is a native of Dram
burg, Germany, After attending the
"Gymnasium” in hi* home town,
he studied at the Universities of
Heidelberg, Munich, Berlin, and
Paris , He earned hi? doctorate at
Heidelberg in 1933.
He joined the NCC faculty in
1939 after having taught previous
ly in Florence. Italy.
stops tooth ache in seconds
'- hen he attempted to confiscate a ;
TV set for non-payment* last week
were charged with felonious as
sault in » warrant issued by the
prosecutor's office. They are Eu
gene Jackson, 30, and Joyce Sim
Police said the 00-year old bail
i ill. Phillip O. Donon, called at the j
address with a writ of Replevin to I
he served on Miss Simmons to con- j
fiscal,!? a TV set which she was pur- j
chasing from a downtown store on
He was denied admittance to the
home by Jackson, who finally sri
! swerr-d the door leaving h night
chain locked on the door.
Ilonon told the officers that
Jackson advised him that he
coilld not enter she home 'Use
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bailiff said when he informed
bins that tee had a court order
to carry out and would ferre
th« door open if not permitted i
to enter, Jackson replied, “Well
wait a minute." He said a few
minutes later Jackson return
ed to the door armed with a
baseball bat and started to slug*
ing him with the bat.
The aged man was knocked to
the floor by Jackson who continued
to beat him wit htbe bat. Dono.n
said while he was lying helpless on
the floor Miss Simmons seized the
hat from Jackson and struck him
Police said Donon suffered * >
broken left arm and lacerations of
the right arm Twelve stitches were
required to close the wounds.
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