North Carolina Newspapers

    RALEIGHITE IS CATHEDRAL HIGH GRAD
_ j
mi t ' JiSifc <#
_ , V • .■. ■ ■ ;.v. x ' • '
■< -■" pjv '. ■,«■ ■■ < ■ . ,
s*#£s& 1
- .. ... ' . ~ ~....,:■ v
LEFT HOMELESS BV FIRF -
fi, children of Air. and Mrs, Ft'
morning chill -Line sth, in a j
burning- home in Bloomfield. (’on;;.
3 Tar Heel Cities Are
Integration T argets
At least, three North Carolina
cities are being «*sk(?d to integrate
school:-, tinder the stale :- new Pu
pj Alignment Plan for the fall
term.
ms rh Charlotte and Greens
br:o parents have filed applica
tions or, behalf of ther children
to have them admitted to whits'
schools.
lit Rsleiirh, Mr »nd Mrs Jose
ph H Holt. Sr , 1013 Oberlin Rd.
in. a written application Tuesday
urged the Raleigh School Board
to reassign their son, .Joseph Holt,
Jr., to Needham Broughton High
School from Ligon School for the
1057-53 term. The parents claim
ed that Ligon "'as more than
three miles from home and
Broughton was only * an eight
block distance
This was the first, formal ap
plication of a Negro for reassign
ment to a. white school here. The
board tabled tire application for
action at a later date.
GRENSBORO -- The City of
Greensboro nan beer, asked of
ficially for the first time to in
tegrate its pubil schools.
Greensboro School Board offi
cials raid the board ha? received
the first formal application from
t Negro student for admission'
T. AT «• i ■JI « r .. . 1' ■ ■ a•.<M )I ■ .1 ■»1 I ' « ! * • I/. » ! vi: I
Sp/ft in Nation s £/£$ May
Cause /4 New Group In July
SAVANNAH, Os) t AND A
new fraternal organization com- i
poced of former Elk,:, non-Elks,
and groups of Elks is slatec! to be 5
formed in Philadelphia on July 4
by virture of a split m the ranks
Alleged KK Klan Wizard Blasts
Segregationist John Kasper
COLUMBIA, 5 r. The. man
who calls himself the Imperial;
Wizard of the CJ. 3. Ku Klux Klanj
verbally lashed segregationist |
John Kasper at a big Klan rally j
near here Saturday night.
K. 1. Edwards of Atlanta, told |
9 crowd of some 120 KKK mem-j
brrs and between 100 and 200 spec- 1
Third flegro Girl To Enroll
At Woman’s College TSiis Fall
GREENSBORO A third Ne- .
gro student will enter the fresh- ji
man class at Woman's College of j
the University of North Carolina 1 !
this fall. ji
Acting Chancellor W. W Pier-;
800 said Margaret Patterson of;
Lenoir has met requirement; foi j
admission to the school.
Ihersor said a total of lire
n!*jrors applied for udumcion j
to the school for the term hr
r - ■ ng this fall, but that, on
ly ’firs ritferson met the en
trance r "r,uireniients.
Two other Negro girls—Eliza- i
hr. - .;: Joann Smart, of Raleigh and j
Mrs Bet:v Ann Davis Tillman of!
"Vva Tefcoro - entered ‘Woman's |
V/'otifth’s Colley* lord. September j
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) 1
Sylvia. -1. Robert. 4. and Gilbert.
Anderson, huddle from the early
of clothing salvaged from their
i I NFEED PRESS TELEPHOTO).
from a Negro studero ‘adtnr
sion T. an all-white -rhoc-i ?h -
fall. Previously, the board lw
received several info? m l requ' ;-:
for school integration
The formal request ennae from
•Josephine Ophelia Boyd, drugi.
>n of Mr: Cora Lee Pwvd ot
Greensboro. School hoard oOtctai*;
said the application will be con
sidered by the school board at ;’ .
next meeting June IS
Atty. ,f. Kenneth Lee earlier
submitted 3 letter io the
heard asking that the gui be
placed in i white school near
er her homy. However, the
hoard said the rerjiirsl was
not formal and therefore no
action could he tak. n.
School Supr. B I, Smith also
said the hoard ha? n• ■rived a re
quest from another Negro parent.
Mrs. Geneva Bullock thai her
child, who will enter school for
f)ie firt-rt time this. fall, be placed
in i white school.
Smith said it will hr up lo the
child lo present himself at the
school of his choice" this fall, and
that the matter will bp •--}♦,*d a?
that time.
Negroes rushed to men a late
1 iTOVTFNrrn ON FAGE ?.i
of the Elks it. was reported last
, week
The new group, not »-t
named, w-ill be officially or
pani/ed in Philadelphia's In
denendrnrp M il) -fbi* orpanir-
tutors that the South could firrht;
! its segregation war without that
! skunk from New York."
! Edwards said that Kasper who
! is the. head of the Seaboard White
j Citizens Council, ran a book.it,or-'
! m New York that features hi
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7>
lOOSS-EIOS
i
| By ROBERT G. SHEPARD
PITTING VU think "the'
idea is good inviting Attorney
Major Hmh to deliver the com
mencement. address at the
James E. Shepard High School
at Zcbulon, this year. Aitom&y
High, an alumnus of the Zrb
ulon school, wav the first Ne
gro to complete the law course
at the University of North Car
olina and is now a successful
practicing lawyer in Greens
boro.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
;+ + + + + + + + +
' 4b $ !M a
Sf SI {& Hr 3P HE * C e I* $ sslr ft* « T> ji? fl» fi* u c J9r Iff sy Q& v mb gw Si ' m W IP && «f m
'» 9 gjOgJl m « %r?&
I
1 " " ■ ' 1
dasfawe
SqTOV^V. w. V. >n. wwu.. w - -
I 12c 15c
<n N ‘ C ' 20 PAGES Sk Elsewhere
VOLIJMI 16 RALEIGH, N. C 1 WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. JUNE t 3 1957
Eight Kids Left Alone;
Infant Dies As Mom ‘Sprees'
H. E- Brown,
Whiteville, To
Ligon School 1
i
Following closely the announce
m m m The CAROLINIAN last,
week of ’A*. .' Holloway. acting
pi incipal of Li”, on High School.:
tin 3l. hr would not return as head
<•' the -ckioo! Bii.i yeer, came the
■ >v.o j -iceinrt;‘ fue:day that a
Vv'MleviHc man had been select-,
eq t■» fill the vacancy
Hot !'(-.•• r p*-inclp.<!
ei f'ent'-al High Sriiont,
..vitir-’vii;,. frvt- the past six
roNTiNTFr* r.v far,f t. i
~, bf% ' j
|| |
I i
HERBERT E BROWN
. . Ligen principal
7.1 lion's grand exaulted ruler
is reported to be Trezzvant
Vi v Mtiprscn, veteran news
papernMn.
Ando ew; disclosed that, inter
est in the new movement is grow
me throughout many states in
the South He also pointed out
l OVTINI’in ON PAGE 21
j i
Stats News
Brief
SCOUT FtJN-O-RKE PLANNED
RALEIGH - More than 400
Cub Scouts. Bov Scouts, Explor
ers and Leaders in the Wake Di
| vision of the Oeconecchee Coun
cil Boy Scouts of America, are;
. fvpei md to attend the Pun-O- !
i Rre. Fi iday, starting at 2 P.M.. |
and lan me until fl P.M, at Chavis j
Park, The scouts will enjoy swim-j
-mil'll; train riding, singing, aj
campfire and a big weiner roast, I
; D H. Keck, chairman, Orwnniza- j
♦ ion and If.';tension Committee.i
i fin id that parents may bring their;
j cons to the affair whether he is a!
; scout or not. He should be eight-j
: .veins-old or over and willing to!
1 join a .<-touting unit m the Wake !
| Division,
DEATH FOI OWN PRAYER
HAMLET—A prayer session
ended in death for a Hamlet
man Sundry. Til* Richmond
County sheriff’s department
reported that Em Bridges, .it
died instantly from a. shot- |
* (CONTINUED ON PAGE M
f
++’++ + + + +
s Id w w IrSkiV Ulr .-■
Soverniir
Awaiting
A Report -
I
North Carolina's governor, Lu
' ther H Hodge, r. s . 3 ;ci this week
I that he was disappointed” that
; the General Assembly killed bills
. dealing with racial li'igation and
; the NAACP. Last week the Stale
; Senate defeated a pair of bills
| tightening North Carolina laws
prohibiting bariatrv and in re
quire organizations such as the
I NAACP to file membership lists
and other informal ion with the
secretary of state.
The bi!h were introduced
by (his state's attorney gen
era! and Hodges said “we had
hoped they would be passed.”
"They would have helped ws
in the future if they were on
the statue books.”
Hodges said he hasn’t beep
informed yet as to why the
Senate killed the bills.
"I’m disappointed, because I
. thought they wore good and nec- j
, rssarv bills.” Hodges continued, I
"but the General Assembly took ;
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
BOY 5 KILLED
BY AUTOMOBILE j
BETHEL - WilLe J. Anderson.
5. of Rt. fi. Greenville, was injured
fatally Monday nighi when he
was hit by a car on a rural road
near here
The boy died in a Greenville
hospital of head inlurles suffered
when he ran into the path of a :
car driven by Ernest G Hales
27, Rt. 1, Kenly.
Highway Patrolman «T. B. Sur- {
I les said that the accident appear
ed to have been unavoidable but
, 'hat a coroner's inquest will be
held at a later date.
TRAGIC SCENE OF DEATH Sheets rover the bodies of the migratory workers killed in Fayette- i -
vllle Tune 6th in the two-truck collision at the Inter- ectlon of CJ. S, 361 and N C. 102 At least 17 per-|j
i sons were, killed and 74 injured when a tractor-trailer plowed into a truck loaded with workers on
their way to pick beans. At left is thr almost demolished truck tha* »’»• ia the accident. I UNITED 1
PRE-SB TELEPHOTO). ,
*Agswma3&&- ¥%?
ii 'i#y k^ Vjf 'm--
SCHOOL GIRL STABBED TO DEATH As school children
watch, the covered body of 13-year-old Lois Jones, a stabbing victim.
is carried from the grounds of Stephen Decatur Junior High School
in Brooklyn, The girl, a student at the school, was found dead on ,
a rear stairway of the school recently, (he four-inch blade of a pen
knife stuck in her throat. Folire sav a 13-year-old fellow student,
; Walter Groves of Brooklyn, has admitiecj |he slaving. 'UNITED
PRESS PHOTO),
iChurch Leaders Urged To
Aid Migratory Workers
FAYETTEVILLE Wholesale,
murder is perhaps the. best def
; inition for the loss of twenty lives 1
here Thursday when a truck ap
parently overloaded with 41 mi
yatory workers, was rammed into
by a tractor-trailer. Twenty others j
wore injured, some of them so:
critically until attending doctors!
- held out little hope and some of •
NUMBER 3 7 1
i the in, lured were m such pain un
! ill they were Pegging t.o die.
Pei sons who visited the
scene said it war- the most
gruesome picture of human
suffering one could look at
There were bodies strewn over
the road, lees and heads that
fCONTINIIEP ON PAGE 2) j
f Bobus
Mt MoJJy
Cops Hold
i KINSTON— Mrs France® '#&■
! loughby, 35, is being held in the
Lenoir County jail following the
: death of one of her eight children
I while she a y 'on 3 soree" las’
! Saturday,
Deputy Sheriff fiporee Hi!!
reported that Mrs Willoughby
*>l Kinston, Route 2, abandon
ed her entire family last week
KONTiNrrn on not h
I -
Hold Soldier In Death
Os White Alabama Sgt.
!
i
FT RUCKER A! a— The army
has brought first degree murder
i charges against a soldier accused
j of the fqrtal stabbing of a white
Master Sergeant, at a No-Com
missioned Officers' riub here
Specialist S-C Earl Stewart,
°f Memphis. Trnn., was
charged with the death nf
M-Sgt. Andy .1. Brown, 28, of
Cogswell, N. T)„ last week
The charges were announced
after completion of a pre-trial in
-1 vrstigation by the base criminal
■ investigation division.
Army officials said Stewart, ad
mitted the slaying but said the
Negro oldier claimed Brown
‘jumped'’ him outside the club
after they had been arguing in
side.
The argument was reported to
'CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
This Week s Advertisers
The merchants listed belt
Money Stores.
PAGE 2 f
Tip Top Food Stores
PAGE i
National Att Shop
O. Is. Clothing Company
Peebles Grill
n F Quinn F i.i mi to re Company
Raleigh Funeral Home
PAGE 5
Hudson-Balk Company
Kramer r, Jeweler
Firestone Store*
fi M. Younc Harrtwnr*
Famous Bakery
Tlioxnpstvn-E' anj, Inr
PAGE 6
Mr, Elvis Hand
Community Grll]
tivella Beauty College
Raleigh Seafood Company
Acme Realty Company
Ambassador Theatre
The Hood System Industrial Bank
Tire Sales it Service
PAGE 7
Capital (oea-Cnla Bottling Co, Inr.
A. A P Super Markets
PAGE a
IMoodworth St. Tourist Home
Heater Wei! Coimunt
Caveness Insurance Agent v
Dunn's Esso Service
Carolina Builders Corp.
Watson’s Seafood & Poultry Co Fur,
Umstead Transfer Co. Food Store
Dillon Motor Finance. Company
Ridgeway - Optic lans
Pepst-Cola Bottling Co. of Raleigh
Mechanics & Farmers Hank
Warner Memorials
Deluxe Hotel
PAGE 1!
Cits' Motor Com|tatv
Carolina Power A Lixht Company
Capital Camera Shop
wm 1
'' 1 I
MISS Kerry l. HINTON
» . . firs* graduate
Betty Hinton
First Grad Os
Sshoo! Here
i Miss Be ftr- Lou Hill ton, IS,
daughter of Mr and Mrs, Frank
i Hinton Sr,. 814 Cotton Place,
Raleigh. became the first Negro
fudent -to graduate from former
ill-white Cathedral Latin High
•School (Catholic) Sunday night,
’■’hen His Excellency, The. Most
Reverend Vincent S Waters, Bis
hop of the Raleigh Diocese, a
warderi her a diploma.
Miss Hinton, who entered
Cathedral thre» years ago af
ter '-pending year at, Lig
on High School, attended St,
Monica's School here where
she. received elementary train-
I lug.
Although ’several colored
siudonts entered in h? r class
in 13,51. they either dropped
mil of »rhor>! later or transfer
red back to Ligon
Mi; Hinton, a Catholic, woii
first prize, in an oratorical con
ic i ’''bile she was m t,hg eighth
grad* This wag an interracial
j contest, and ?.h« wa* ;n eompts
| it ion with several white students.
She said that she encountered
no real racial incidents'' during
' her three-year tenure at Cathed
; ral.
Cathedral opened it's doors to
Negroes m the fall of 1954, fol
lowing a ruling from Bishop Wa
ters. who has jurisdiction over 99
|of the ' stale’s 106 counties.
; When asked her future plane
the young lady indicated her d?
I sire to enroll in Saint Augustine's!
, College in September.
fCONTINUED ON PAGE ?t
Bonus Money
Program In
Third Week
The top 'on winnsrs of Bonin
Money for the third month whf
were, announced in week’s
edition. h3 v « claim»d them awards
and the fourth month is now well
underway wihh the third week be
ginning Thursday of this week
and ending at midnight Wed
nesday, June l?
The fourth month of Bonus
iCONTINUED ON PAGE 5'
ow are CAROLINIAN Sonus
f Washington Terr*-* Apts.
Gem Watch Shop
1 -John Askew Painter f. Decorator
; lewis Radio A- TV Clinic
1 Flrst-Cltlzens Bank A Trust Co.
I Edward's Shoe Store'
| N, C Products
i PAGE ie
Rev. Booker &. Son Dry Cleaner*
page n
‘ Tones' < &fe
Poe Brother*
Western Auto A-sor.Ute*
Victor Auto Parts
Beasley’s Store
. VU tor’s Place
Triangle Sf.tt.lnn
| Ralph Martin
| Twin f Itv Radio Co.
I Bud son-55 .*IH Company
' Varttia Whoieaale Builder!
| sreph-ns Supply Co.
1 Tom Ashworth's Tire Service
i Terrel!’* Grocery
S Farmers supply Store
: Steve's Place
1 Tunslall’s Store
Vcale’s Shell Service
i PAGE If.
Smith Furnltute Company
| Cruiser Motor Company
! HollOVeU’s sash F-od Store
! tail kv Frye's Shoe store
Massenbors Grocery
| General Tsundry S. Cleaner*
’ Chevrolet service
Keith s Super Market
T £ Holding A Company
PAGE 20
’ beeurtt'-. Market
Twin tun Oil Service
E'retries! Wholesalers. lae.
City Billiard Parlor
i Lewi* Sporting Good* Company
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view