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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, April 25, 1959, Image 1

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MARCHERS HILAFniLOE Sk MW BIAUTICIANS CONVINTION In Durham Sunday ar« picturad PLANNERS — Mambara »f var ious cemmHtaat in charsa of pianninfl far tita Stata Baauti- hara. Thay ara, laft to riglit, saat- ad; Mri. Baatrica Moss, Mrs. JesapMna Parry, Miss Lois Bur- Miss Montas Batas, Mrs. Mar- garat Minor, Mrs. Pacola Jones, Mrs. Cailia Ashford, Mrs. Willia E. Watlcins, Mrs. Paulina Hart and Mrs. Classia Brown. Stand ing, laft to rifht, Miaa Sarah Dotson, Mrs. Inas Miivar, Mrs. Cera McLaod, Mrs. Lola Hill, Mrs. Ruby Johnson, Mrs. Mag nolia Laaka, Mrs. Moialla Blount, Mrs. Losfia Colaman, Mrs. FMalia «Brooks, Mrs. Mabla Burnatt, Mrs. Christina Jahnson, Mrs. N. J. Cur ry, Mrs. Thalma HIM, Mrs. Cailia baya, Mrs. Julia Parry and Mrs. Paulina Lova. cians Cenvantion which opons j roughs, Mrs. Earlia Grandy, Vote “FOR” IN BOND ISSUE SATURDAY tB ari j^T^ETRUTHljNB»iQi:EO^ VOLUl^S&r-NUMBER 17 1>URHAM, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 19S9 PRICE: IS CENTS FOUR-DAY STATE CONVENTION SET Beauticians To Gatlier Sunday Some 500 l)«auticians from througijout Tarheelia are expeclcd to assemble io Durham this wceic- end for tlic openinR of, the animal sUtc convention of the North Car olina Bcaiiticians and Cosinctolo- ({ists Association. Thip estimate was Riven by Mrs. Mare«rct Minor, convention chair- man^ wiio ouUlncd the prosram for the four day meeting which begins Suolay. Mrs. Minot* said arrangements have been mado by local conven tion commlltcc to Mcofnmodalc 3S0' tfrlcgatc.i and lOS lAcmbcrt aV large and visitors. k \ Fvalurcs of the tow «ay pro- gntm, according t» MixX M|«or, wilt irtciudc tw4]> by outstanrtiqg womeh p^onaH- tics, a hair style and fashion show and exhibits and tcchnlqoe dem onstrations byv various beauty pro ducts manufacturers and dlrtribu- tors. On the lighter sWc, the local cunventlon committee has planned a banquet, a formal dancc, a cock tail. party and an outdoor picnic for visitiiiff boauticiins. licadtiuartcrs for the convention will be Durham Business College, which will ^ the scenc of most oi the meeting’s sessions. Mrs. Katie. Whicicham, of New Orleans, president of the National Beauty Culturists League and a militant human rights spoicesman, will deliver the convention’s key note address at the opening public session on Sunday afternoon at four O’clock at St. Mark A.M.E. Zion Church. Local civic and business digni taries and beauticians officials will take part in the program. In cluded are Mayor E. J. Evans, City Councilman J. S. Stewart, Business and Professional Chain president L. B. Frasier, Mrs. Willie (So* BEAUTICIANS, Pat* I) m RUSiSELL WALKER NCC's Wajker Going to Europe^ Russell Takes Job at Hofstra -Pf. Rogcp Russell, assistant 1 prefessor in education at North I Carolina College and the school’s councelor since 1948, has resigned to accept a position at Hofstra College in Hempstead, Long Is land, N. Y. The Times learned Tuesday that Dr. Russell will become an assis tant professor at the integrated New York commuters college. It is understood he will teach two courses in education and two courscs in educational psychojogy. The NCC professor wiU be ac companied by his wife, a music Supervisor and their son, Frank, a student. Details regarding the '\ffeelive (So* 'Resignation Parade,' Page 2) MRS. NIAL date of Dr. Russell’s resignation and the salary for the new posi- Jlion were not revealed. Russell has ijcen the college’s counselor since 1!M8. He is a na tive of Hampton, Va. His B. A. degree was earned at Virginia State College, his M. A. at Columbia University, anji his doctor’s degree at tiie University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Uusseii’s einploynient history includes experience as an employ ment counselor wilii tiie New York Urban Licague and a teaching posi-j tlon at Edenton High Sciiool. Hei was in charge of Eiigii.sii at Eden-1 ton Hi;{h School. j In addition. Dr. Kus.sell served I (See RUSSELL, Page 8) MRS. WHICKHAM MRS. SMITH X>r. I^foy I> Walker, profmor of physical educatioi} and trfeck coach at North Carolina College, will leave Durham early in JuUe for a tour of Europe and the Near East. His trip will be under the aus pices of the U. S. State Depart ment’s International Education Ex change auspices. Specialist Branch. While Walker, coach of Lee Cal houn, 1956 Olympic gold medalist in the 110 meter high hurdles, will conduct clinics and.lecture on ath letics and problems related to physical fitness programs, general ly, he will also devote considerable tifne to his specialty, track and field events. He is scheduled to spend one month in Lebanon and to include Ethiopia, Israel, and continental Europe in his itinerary. Walker, former football, basket- bnll and track star at Benedict (..'ollrge, holds the master’s and doctorate degrees from New York University. 0 Wilson to Host Women's Clubs W(i,SON—Women from through out the State are expected to at tend the 50th Anniversary celebra tion Of the North Carolina Federa tion of Negro Women’s Clubs at Wilson, May 14, 15, 10. Mrs. Vivian C. Mason, Norfolk, Va., Past President, National Coun cil- of Nbgro Women, will deliver the principal address at tlie Gold en Anniversary Banquet, Thursday evening. May 14, at 8 p.m. Darden High School Cafeteria. ' Miss Mae D. Holmes, Superin tendent, State Training School For Girls, Kinston, will introduce the speaker. Mrs. E. M. Spellman, Elizabeth City, President, State or ganization, will preside. Mesifames Susie Jones, Greens boro, and Fannie. Rich Square, will present corsages to members and guests, and certif- icat|s of award prior to the speech. Mrs. B. A. J. WWtted Reported Satwfactory Mrs. B. A. J. Whined, well' known Durham woiftan and retired North Carolina Mutual e«eeuthrt, was reported In "safWaeiory" eon- diytion at Lincoln Mosp4ta( tt mid week, Mrs. Whittwd wpa taken to the hospital on Friday, AprH l/^iShe is attended by. Dr, R. P. RaiMtolph. Just one w«ek prior her hes- pitalliatiMi, she ijjras hoMMwd in a program sponsefM by MM Junior Mothers Club. The program!' which tfatvrwd sueh prominenK^rsoAs as Althea Gibson, Dr, J*l>nl>* At«»AHiv /iW:'c4|«nnifr£tmlin told Hte sti^ry of Mrs. Whitted's work with y^th. LasSs For County Agent liOXBORO — Qnarles Jefferson Ford,— Farm Afi^ County for the last 25 yisars, in Person County ^^emorial pital in Roxborp dfi Wednesday, April 15. His funeral was held on Satur day , April 18, in the local Shady Hill Baptist Church, in which he was for many years . an official. Burial was in Burchfirood Ceme tery. Ford was a native of Bam berg County, South Carolina, where he was born in 1885. He was a graduate of South Carolina State A. and M. College and 6f me North Carolina Agricultural and Techni cal College. He also studied in the schools of agricultlre at Hampton Institute and Cornell University. Having begun his career In Per son County in 1925 «s a teachcr of vocational agriculture, Forifl be came the first principal of the Person County High School, position which he held eight years. (See PORD, Pa«e •) /MARCHED FOI^ INTEGRA- •nON—This is a part of the 40- Hfpniber Durham youth delega tion which took part in last Sat- vrday's. "Youth March for Inte- 4At«d ScheoJs" .in Wasl)|>ntf»V □k C. These m^faers':pBsed'^r this picture following -t feranal report of .the demsnstration at St. Jaweph AX.E. Church last Sunday evening. Pictured here, left to right, front row, are Jocelyn McKissick, Irmi Page, Edith Brough, and Maxine Bied- rw Mjnt order^are BiMkra ' Vivfwt MTcCby, Billy Th«r|^ iiH Marie RNHn. Third row, left to right, Maurice Ford, Laurerte Williams, Julia Wiliiamv Lafayette Williams, Miss Virginia Williams, a ctiape- rone, aiid Joseph Burt, chape rone. Fourth row, left to rigttt, are Jolift' Edwards, Attorney B. Mckisaick, eheperonef 'BeMv Alexander, Charles McNeill and George Danieis. f Durhain Group Denied Service l\ Bus Station A dele—»>ow of DwtImm vmM enroute to WaiklngteM, P. C. *• take part in a Mass damowatro- tion urging ipaady intearatien ran afoul of tices at two poim route. Some 40 Durham and four adult chaparewM, ra^ resented the city hi tbo •'Yowth March for Integrated SdMots" in the nation's capital laot Sot- urday. Several members .M tHo del* gation who sought service a* tho Durham bus terminal's main re*- taurtnt were rthntd by emplo yees and told they ceoM onlr served in tite Negro sido.> In Rtchmood, Va. wl»en tf*e group stopped for a re*» period, they were again refused senrico at that city's main bm alation- restauranl. The group bad so- lected tho Durham bus station as a meeting place for tho delo- gation which departed tho city early Saturday. While waiting for tt»* charter ed bus to arrive, some of tho delegation sought sorvice at tho counter of tho resloorant form erly reserved for whites. Thoy were toM by bus station resta«»- rant workers that they cooM not be served. However, ail a# the dolego- tion used the statlan's main wait ing room without incident. Tho group departoil the city around 2 ajm. Saturday and re turned around 1 a.m. Sunday. A formal report of tho Wash ington demonstration was made at St. Joseph's A.M.E. Church Sunday evening. Making the trip fro»n ’■’urham were the followingc AiicO Braio- more, Maaine Blodsoo, Edith Burroughs, Douglaaa Bort, Annie Bouyer, Agusta Carver, Ala Cher ry Kelly Compton, Cfawda Oaw- iels, George DanioH John U- wards, Clarence KINa. Audrey Fairley. Barbara FioMs, Joe Lewis Green, JoagpMite traan^ Ocie Holt. NW- {orle tenna>, VHHaw MtCav, , Jocalyn McKissick. (See MARCHERS, Pa«a •) Masons to Hold District Meet In Durham Ti m. eetA of he Hth, Greensboro Girl Goes To White House 26,000 Demonstrate in D. C. WASHINGTON, D. C.—Chantingi eight. We want to integrate," “let such slogans as “Two, four, six. Freedom Ring” and “It’s time for MRS. BELAFONTE State NAACP Rally to Hear Mrs. Belafonte The Annual Regional Meetifll of Prince Hall, Masons of the 14th and 19th Districts, Jurisdic tion of North Carolina, will be held Tuesday, April 28, at the St.^ Mark A.M.E. Zion Church at 8 o’clock p.m. j Doric Lodge No. 28 and Dte'cas I Lodge No. 460 will serve as liosts ' for this meeting. Drucilla Chapter j No. 19 and Prospect Chapter No. 379, Order of Eastern Star,- will| assist them. , Rev. C. W. Lawrence, Grand Sec retary, will represent the Grand Lodge and Rev. T. H. Brooks,,Su perintendent of the Colored Or phanage of North Carolina, Ox ford, North Carolina, will make his Annual Report on the Orphanage. E. C. Turner, Worshipful Master Doric No. 28, will serve as Master of Ceremonies. The Rev. Moses (See MASONS, Page •) Falkener Rally GREENSBORO—A Citizens Mass Rally will be held at Hayes-Taylor YMCA Thursday, April 23, at I p.m. in the interest of candidate Waldo C. Falkener. Participating in the Rally will be Dudley High School, J. C. Price School and the Greensboro Men's Glee Club. Falkener is running for a seat on the City Council. ttvery »UH8 tu Uitcgi»tg,"~ 26,000 college and high school stu dents descended upiMi Washin^toa for the second Youth March for Integrated Schools demonstrating' their support of the U. S. Supreme Court decision of May 17, 1964, tianning segregation in public edu cation. Assembling in the Sylvan Tnea- tre here at the foot of the Wash ington Monument on April IS, the youthful marchers from ail sec tions of the country were addres»- (Soo 2MM, Pa«e •) Player to Open Area UNCF Drive Dr. Willa B. Player, president of Bennett College in Greensboro, will be the featured speaker when the Inter-Fraternal Cooticil’s kick- off dinner for the Durham chap ter of the United Negro College Fund is held at the Algonquin; Club on Thursday, April 30, in augurating the Fund’s 1M9 drive in the Durham area. Dr. Player's appearance in Dur ham will cemc during the nation wide campaign of.UNCF chapters to' raise funds for the 32 UNCF colleges, all of which are private-' ly managed institutions. Five .UNCF colleges—Livingstone of Salisbury, Shaw University and Saint Augustine’s College of Ra leigh, Johnson C. Smith Univer sity of Charlotte, and- Bennett— are North Carolina colleges. Chairman of the drive for the Durham chapter this year is D. G. Sampson,, .professor of .juul meihl^r of the faculty of the Law School at North Carolina College at Durham. RALEIGH —An expected 5,000 persons will gather in Raleigh Memorial auditorium Sunday af ternoon, May 3, to hear Mrs. Mar- gurite Belafonte, of New York, co- chairman of the NAAcP 1959 Free- dyom Fund Campaign. Mrs. Belafonte will be the feat ured speaker for the joint North Carolina NAACP “Freedom Day” and “Mother’s Day” celebration. A highlrght of the program will be crowning of the “NAACP Moth ers of the Year” by “Mrs.' Bcla- fonte. “Mother of the Year” is an an nual project of the State NAACP. I Competition is carried on by the (See RALLY, Page I) Swann to Represent AME at Bluefield The Rev. Melvin C. Swann, pas tor of St. Joseph’s A.M.E. Church! of Durham, has been designated to represent Allen University at the inauguration of Dr. Leroy Banks as president of Bluefield State Teachers College. Inaugural ceremonies for Dr. Al' len will be held .on Saturday,-I April 25. Dr. Samuel Proctor, pres ident of Virginia Union Universi ty, of Richmond, will deliver the' major address. WILLIAMS Earn Cash FOR YOUR CHURCH SHOP THESE MERCHANTS WHO ADVIRTtSt IN The Carolina Times Gets 93 Votes MONROE—Robert F. Williams militant leader of the local NAA CP chapter here, received a total «f 93 votes In his bid for election as Mayor last Saturday. Williams was defeated easily by Incumbont Fred Wilson who tal lied slightly ever 1,200 votes. Wilsw and Williams were J^he only candidates In the mayor's race. (See MONROE, Page ») This is the last week for the groups in the Carolina Times Church Bonus contest to work for the April $50 cash prize. * The April contest ends with this week’s issue, and no purchase slips nor cash register tapes sub mitted t>earing dates past April 25 can be countcd for the April bonus. I The winner of the April bonus! will l>e announced in next week's paper. . ^ j Already, the TIMES has given] away $100 in cash to two previous' bonus winners. Oak Grove Free' Will Baptist Church won the FethI ruary bonus, ami the Mt. Vernon; Baptist Church won March’s bonus. The bonus is available to any church or church group in Durham.; Interested groups should save alii purchase slips or cash register! tapes from firms which are cur-i rently advertising in the TIMES, i The slips or register tapes must; be turned in to the TIMES office, each Saturday by six p.m. To l>e counted, slipti' or tapes! must bear the date of the current, week. 'They must also come from* merchaats who arc advertisint W tlie TIMJES duriag that week. The group turning in slips or cash register tapes totalling the largest sum will win the bonus. This week's purciiaae slips or cash register tapes from the follow ing merchants are eligible: A and P Super Mwrkof Winn Diiiio Super Morket Kroger Storoa Alexander Motor Cow Colonial Stores Montgomery and AWridge Kenan Oil COk Mochonies and Faraaors iank Speight'* Airto Soreico Hudson Well •. Rigsboo Tiro Sotaa Sanitary Umndry Amay Fimaral Haa*o Cut Rato Pwarol Naaao Hunt Liwalaif and Tile Mutual Savlws and Loan Keeler's Swear Marka* Burthay Ftmaral Haaaa Sowthom PMdity fa^. Ca^ Durhaai ■wMara WanTs 0|m* Air Markat UnlversMv »alirs

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