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Drs. Jas. H. Robinson, Kenneth I. Brown j
To Deliver “Finals” Addresses At NCC I
DURHAM Dr. James H. RoV>-
wson, pastor of the Presbyterian
Churcn of the Presbyterian Church
■if the Master, New York City, and
Dr. Kenneth I, Brown, executive di
rector of the Dunforth Found'n.,
M. Louis, will be baccalaureate and
finals speakers at. North Carolina
’•sAlege on Tune 1 and June 3, re
Dr. Robinson is expected to
preach to some 350 candidates for
undergraduate, graduate and pro
fessional degrees at 3 p. m. Sunday,
June 1 in the Men's Gymnasium.
Dr, Brown’s speech to the
graduates will be given at 1!
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VOTE FOR fcl
NELSON H HARRIS
! FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958
We All Know NELSON H. HARRIS IS ABLE
If We Want Representative Government. We Must
Vote And Get Our Friends To Vote
100 PER CENT VOTE NEEDED!
This Message Sponsored and Paid for by Committee lor Nelson H. Harris
a. m Tuesday (June 3),
NCC* 48th finals get under
way at 8 p. m., Friday May 30
with Senior exercises.
Alumni Day will be observed
Saturday, May 3i. A national alum
ni meeting at 10 a. m. and tradi
tional installation services at 8 p.
m. arc features of the day.
Among the activities scheduled
for Baccalaureate Sunday are Dean
of Women Louise M. Latham’s an
nual breakfast at 9 a. in., the an
nual sermon at 3 p. m.. President
and Mrs, Alfonso Elder's tradition
al reception for faculty, graduating
classes, and visitors at 4:30, and
the annual commencement recital
in Duke Auditorium at 8:15.
As in pa*t years, parents of grad- j
uates will be guests at NCC start- ;
ing Saturday night and continuing j
through Tuesday night.
Monday, June will tie Senior J
Day, highlighted by the annual j
Senior play in Duke Auditorium at !!
C p. m.
Commencement planning is ur.- !
der the joint planning at NCC of a
committee headed by Mrs. F. M.
Eagleson. registrar, and Dr. Jo
seph H. Taylor, chief marshal.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Marriage
licenses were issued to the fol
lowing persons by the Wake
County recorder of deeds from
Marshall E. Butler, 70S East Le
noir Street, Raleigh, and Miss Har- |
riett P. Dunbar, 804 E Cabarrus j
Joseph P. Goodson. K-2 Wash- j
in g ton Terrace, Raleigh, and Miss j
Carira E. Dunston, Box 153, Ra
Thomas R. Wiggins, 203 W. South |
Street, Raleigh, and Miss Gladys ,
Mae Davis, 718 Mai thy Street, Nor- i
Earl Davis. 800 South Worth St., j
Raleigh, and Miss Mary E. Johnson
508 N. West Street. Raleigh.
Janies McArthur Horton, RFD 7
Raleigh, and Miss Dorothy Mar
Dunn, RFD 5, Raleigh.
Clanton Hunter, of Nouse. and
Miss Ula Mae Pulley, 1833 1-2 Mil
bumie Road. Raleigh.
Roy McClain, of Vnrina. rind M
Kiltie Judd, of Holly Springs. 1
History Os Negress in NC
Legislature, IS Congress
EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Nel
son Harrl* of Shaw University.
Raleigh, will campaign in Wake
County for a seat in the. .state
legislature. Tc acquaint its read
ers with the participation of
Negroes In the North Carolina
Legislature and U. S. Congress,
the CAROLINIAN will publish
a series of articles dealing with
this subject. The fifth of these
featured stones appears in
When »te Fusior.isis enme inV
power in 1895. it was anticipated
they would extend the system of
popular election to municipal gov
ernment. In fact, the Democrats al
leged that the Fusionists did so in
order to turn the towns over to
It is not known whether the Fu
sionists altered city and town char
ters to put Negroes in office or not.
but it is very doubtful.
Investigation does show that
the number of wards in many
cities were reduced, and that
the Fusion system of electing a
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“MISS SPRINGTIME" Pic
tured above is Miss Evangeline
Sutton, woh won the title of
Miss Springtime in a contest
sponsored by the Fayette Mon •
dons Civic Club of Fayetteville,
mayor tu, as undemocratic a
j the one used by the Democrats
| Under Democratic admini-dva- •
| tiori, the city of Raleigh had five
j wards which elected every two
j years 17 aldermen who were em- j
j powered to elect the mayor,
j When the Fusionists came into
I power in the 1890’s, they reduced
i the wards from five to four, and
i each elected 3 aldermen. However, ;
j the mayor, city clerk, tax collector, :
! and police were elected by popular
| vote every two years.
I.Vyotr, + ynnn,n.rnC, .1 1 H ‘
i Negro domination of city offices, in
| Raleigh, for example, only one Ne- .
! pro, E. A. Johnson, was elected as ■
! alderman among a group of twelve. ■
The Fusioni-ts won the muftici-
I pa! election in. Wilmington, N. C.
: ,11 1894. In March , 1397, three Ne
! grocs became Wilmington alder
j men, namely: Owen Fennel, Elijah
M. Green, and Andrew J. Walker.
;At the same tune, the Governor
: • ppointed a Negro named John G
In Greenville. X. C. a hoard
of c.nnncHmen (consisting of
four Negroes and two whitest
appointed white Republicans
as mayo • and chief of police, a
N-jrro clerk am’ two Negro pe
IT SHOULD BE NOTED that be
tween IP9O and 1901. a nmwber of
i Negroes held municipal offices but
j did not dominate city administra- !
! tint:. Among them were:
j Raleigh bad -.iiti'! Negro magi«-
: irate-, and police and one alderman:
; Wilmington elected four Negro aid- 1
j ormcn as well as policemen and 1
; Fagisdrates Gretnviile put in of- !
; fine four Negro aldermen.
Studies show that Ponuli-ts and
j Republications, who wore mainly :
i put ; n office by Negro voters, were :
| not enthusiastic in* Negroes hold
! ing office.
W 1 !
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, made reservations an i most of i
| your paraphernalia is set, but
: chances are a major item haa i
I been o\ erlooked—vour car’s cool
| ing system.
Ffteh sumpi e r millions of
; Ameiican* take to the road With
visions of a pleasant trip. Only
too often, however, these dream’s
i D'rn to unpleasant delays or re
i pair bills due to an overheated
According to the American.
Automobile Association and Soc
iety of Automotive Engineer?!, !
the gremlin in moat overheating ;
caser is last winter’s anti-freeze! I
Contrary to what you may j
have heard, anti-freeze, partieul- !
'’fly the so-ca!Jed “permanent’* I
i should fee drained every i
: spring. Here':? why: j
After one season’s use, acids
may form in anti-freeze solutions, i
uust inhibitors neutralize the j
acids out inhibitors eventually j
; lose Strength and the solution !
becomes corrosive. Corrosion of
iron causes rust which can dog
t.:e radiator and engine water
I passages. Then-you’re in trou
ble. serious overheating trouble,
So. before you bead for that
pleasant vacation take Uie.se pro
j cautions: * j
1. Have dealer drain anti- i
bicep 6 from or and engine
2. Clean and flush cooling 1
leaks CheCk coohn & fhr 1
4. Refill radiator with water
and add chemical rust inhibitor
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Pre-teen dresses, value* to -fl fsr . Oaa
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Y outh Center Shoe Clearance
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Straps and pumps, eiassic and fancy styles. Whin* and
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Summer Infanta* Wear Sale!
Diaper Shirt* 2 for $1
Boxer Shorts .*
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