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Minister Blinded By Rock Thrown
Say Europeans ‘Hungry’ For Good
Entertainment; Welcome Negroes
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i NEW YORK -- Europe is hungry
| for good entertainment, a top the
| africal manager declared after re
| turning from a three weeks tour of
1 the capital cities overseas. He urg
ed more talented Negro artists to
I mak® the trek across the waters
where they would be received with
open arms and paid big salaries to
George Treadwell, manager of
linger Sarah Vaughan, whom he
hooked For a four months tour in
Mich spots as Pans, Tendon, Stock
| holm, Denmark, Brussels and
1 Home said that Europe is a fertile
field for popular entertainers.
A- far as rock and roll is con
cerned Ihcv don't ro for that
to any rreat extent hut hr pre
dicted that such top rhythm
j and blues artists as Fats Dom
ino, l.avcrn Baker, Roy Hamil
ton, Sam Cooke or Clvde Mr-
Phatfcr would definitely *o
over with audiences there.
“What f noticed," he slated, 'was
a lack of sepia rock and roll stars
developed over there In England
(heir top rock n roll favorites are
| whites such as Tommy Steel and
| Laurie London.
I But London would roll out the
; "erf carpet for Harry Bclafonte as
j lie's the first performer there to
*tH over one million albums This
: partly due to (he fact that there
is a hi': West Indian population
there and on the street you ran
iiear them humming snatches of
hi. hig timer."
The current crar.e among all T?u
--i oceans, he said, is Jakz and they
1 are far ahead of Americans in ap
i preriat.ing ii,
Open June 11
FAYETTEVILLE -The work of
the summer school, limited to one
s'x-v.'cekr term, will extend from
lune II through July 13. On the
schedule will appear courses for
person? who may wish to work
e, lo renew,
or to convert, teaching certificates,
or to shorten the time for gradu
The 1'? n special rnur-'CS that
nHI he offered are ihe Social
Hudjfs Workshop extending
from June It? I and the F.\.
tentior Course in Driver Edu
cation. Persons who complpie
successfully the work in driver
eduratiqn will he awarded cer
j (ilicafe* will he qualified
to leach the course.
HAILED Miss Lilly -tones, Greenville. V. C., a member of <!..>
Modern Dance Group a( AAT College. Grensboro. was hailed for h>
oulstanding performance in the annual concert of (he group held
last week at the college. Miss Jones hopes for a stage career following
; her graduation.
In Outdoor Concert
DURHAM Resounding applays®
greeted the May 4 concert of the
North Carolina College Band un
der the direction of Hirschcl Mc-
Ginnis. Charles Bowling, a.vustaa* .
band director and clarinetist, and
John Brkigers. trumpeter, were ,
| featured soloists
Bowling played Carl-Maria i
I von Weber's composition "Concert- j
; mo" and Bridget's rendered Al- I
At J. W. Ligon School:
Shirley’s School Os Dance
Gives 2nd Annuul Revue
P.V STAFF WRITER
A nuance nf colors, a ebarifio <if i
i dances. and a spirit of joy and j
'< eagerness prevailed Friday, May t
% at, 8 p.rn. when the Shirley's
School of Dance presented its sec
ond annual Revue at the j. w. j
Li firm High School, sponsored by
ih<= Y-Teens of the .school.
The program, consisting of two
parts, included s wide variety of j
dances of which the following were
only a few:
The Top Hatters, Small Tnljc. Su- j
ATTENDS W It, SON FRA 7
MEET Miss Dorothy Bridges,
elementary tutor at I’attilio
H'fih School, Tarboro, was one
of the Omega. QueUes during
the rerent 6th district meeting
of Omega Fsi l*hi Fraternity
with Nu A ! pha Chapter of V o
sen gg host chapter Quetfrs ;m«-
nlves or sweet hearts of tpp 0..
mrga brothers si ho served as
hostesses duping the convention,
(J. R. HARftFN FOTO I J
fn'd Reed's jas« eompost+ioo “Ode
for Trumpet '
Highlight, of thu program war
re,—:u, t-w.. &-- „4 . . 1 ~r,. .
v, ■ ( UIUVU.',"
Judgament" rendered Ky tM cm^re
Other member* on fhw program
included by J. J?. Barh, Gustav
Holst, Gordon Jacob, and j. Often
j par N’ Spice, Play Your Ace,
! Wheels of Fortune, Ace of Hearts.
I Seven Come Eleven, arid The Go!-
; don Nuggets.
Shirley s School of fKmre »s
composed of girl* and boys
from three year* of age to
teen*. T bhs year the eda** h*
composed of students from Ra
leigh, Rocky Mount, and San
THE DANCE GROUP is a project
of the Sojourner Truth Y WCA with
Mrs. Shirley Badgett, dance direc
The production staff included:
Mrs, Be i tha Edward-, costumes:
Art Department 1-tgon School,
Children participating were: Va
lerie May*, Michele Palmer. K
they Boyer. Vivian Logan, Deborah
Lane, Jennifer Wilkins, Esther De
larty, K.i;n Hewitt, Oorsrtane** Char
les. Marguerite Oelany, Cheryl
Hamlin Gwendolyn Tweedy. Bren
da Arrateomg. Beverly Armstrong
Debra McKoy, Jasmine Poole
Glovida fe-m Bedding, Ernestine
Robinson. Erin Kay Shnmone. San
dra Holloway, George Harmon,
William Herndon, David Taylor,
Bobbie Taylor. Odell Cooke. An*
tier,arts Eoswell. Staundra Richard
son, Annette Exurn. Anita Miller.
Jimmy Simmons, Vai Hamlin, Jr.,
and George Simmon*.
LIGON SCHOOL ADVISERS:
Mias M. £ Ligon. coordinator. Mr*
Augusta Gray, Mm Dorothy Lane
Mrs. W. M Williams. Mrs. George
Manley, Mrs. Ida Washington, Mrs.
Thelma Daley, Mrs, Rosalie Wil
liams, Mrs. M. B. Jones.
The Y-Teon Committee includes
Mrs. Lillie Taylor, chairman end
Mrs R. J Wilcox, ticket chairman
Members of the Soynpmer TNuth
YWCA staff ate: Mrs J. A. Rover,
director; Mrs. B. M. Edwards adult
program director; Mrs. T. If. An
ders, Y-Teen program director:
Mrs, L. W. Mays secretary} Mrs.
Joyce McLendon, president.
and larthefmers, 1
want a share, of the prefafa
and to examine the books
By White Teenager
As Possible Motive !
HOUSTON, Texas - (ANPi
Integration was seen as the possi- 1
ble motive in a racial incident here
recently in which a prominent Ne
gro minister was blinded by n rock
tossed by "white hoodlums'' from
a passing car.
The victim was the Rev. W A,
Sims Bethany Baptist church here.
He is also vice moderator of the i
General Bowens District Associa
tion of Houston, and a member of
both the General Baptist Conven
tion of Texas and the National
Rev. Sims suffered the !««. of
an eye and impairment of the
other when thr rock from the
speeding auto crashed through
she windshield of his car. Hr
is confined to Lockwood Hospi
tal. He was driving home at the
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time of the tragedy, which nr
cured in broad daylight.
So far police have not beer able
to catch the culprits, although resi
dents are said to be up in arms
over the incident. They aie bitter
over repetition of racial incident
in which white boys have hern
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tbro-vnig nt Nhgrccs from cars
The incidents appear to hr*
'-erne ties with integration L-r*
£»„« «uvu iiaoujure uaideac jun
ior High school was opened to f>
groes, a student was shot v h*>
walked home, from school oy •
; white boy in a passing car.
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