A GOOD WAY TO BEGIN THE NEW YEAR—Pictured
hen are members at the Alphobettee dressed in 100 percent block
end fold (the colors of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ) to show
their devotion for the Alphas. The members of the Alphabettee
are also 100 per cent NAACP members. Pictured from left tm
right are: Seated,'Mesdames Mary Carter, Launa Jones Phyttis
Urge Traffic Court Clean-Up
To Assure Justice To Drivers
More then 800 communities, in* i
eluding Miami. Fla., in the laet
20 yean have cleaned up their traf
fic courts and now give motorists
true justice. Other places are urged
to do so by James P. Economos.
Director of the American Bar As
N. C. Mutual:
W. W. Boiden Named Acting
Manager Os Durham District
DURHAM—Whitley W. Bolden.
Staff Manager on the Durham Dii
trlct of N. C. Mutual Life Insurance
Co. has been named Acting Mana
ger of this District effective Janu
ary L 19M. He replaced W. L
Cook, who has been promoted to
Assistant Agency Director and
tranafsrred to the Home Office.
The aaaeueeuent .woo made
by William A. Clement, CLC,
vice-president Agency Director.
Bolden began Ua tnae ranee ca
reer en the Spartanburg Dto
triet in ISM. Oder flu mana
gership of Mo father, O. W.
fa IMI Bolden Joined the Agency
Director's Staff as Special Agent,
and served in this capacity until
IS9S, when he was assigned to the
Durham District as Staff Manager.
He brings to his new position ex
perience, dedication, loyalty• and
an outstanding record as a Com
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sociation's Traffic Court Program
Tee many traffic newts, he
writes, are merely ftne-eeUact
ing agencies. Per nine s«t of
every ten of the thirty mlllten
Americans summoned to traf
fic court yearly, the safaris ass
Bolden is a graduate of Cteflin
College, of LUTC, and a trip whi-
te. W. BOLDEN
nor to New York, and to the Cloud
burst in Atlanta, all in the seme
year. He to a member of St Jo
seph’s AME Church, and to mar
ried to the former Miss Ruth
Young, Assistant to the Treasurer
in the Home Office. They are tbs
parents of one child, a son.
DR. MAYS TO BENNETT
GREENSBORO—Speaker for the
first Bennett College Sunday ves
per service of the Now Yeer, on
January 12, will be Dr. Benjamin
E. Maya, president of MerahotiM
College, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Marm, Mary Cullen, Elisabeth Barfield, Virginia Burke, end
Mildred Wilson. Standing, left to right: Mesdames Marguerite
Exum, Mildred McDowell, Virginia Newell, Etta Toole, Ruth
Davenport, Vivian Sansom, Edwinton Ball, and Myrtle Croc
kett. (Sas story on p4* 10).
la their only contact with ear
snorts. All ten often they leave
enurt with eentempt rather
far the “Jmticv”
Typically, a motorist accused of
a violation will spend hours wait
ing for his case to be called; he’ll
come before a Judge who seems
more Interested in levying fines
than in dispensing Justice; rarely
will he be informed of his rights
dr of the court procedure; if he
tries to plead net guilty he'll have
tO return to court another day to
Deborah Parker * Walter Ugfins
BURLINGTON The faculty
and students of the Pleasant
OrovO union School returned to
Masses on January 8, determined
to make the remaining school
year witnessful. The principal
winded for all “A Happy and Pros
peroue Hear Year."
There were some proud fades in
grade • B following an achieve
ment day held recently in Ora
ham. Among thorn faeee wen
ntar Burnett, first piece winner
in gardening and eeoond plaoe
winner in poultry; Ida Pearl K
nooh. second plaoe winner in Corn
•deal Muffin Contest and Philla
Woods, third plaos winner in the
Muffin Contest. Each winner re
oelved a cash award.
Ihs regular PTA meeting win
be hold On January 14, at 7:80 p.
m. in the eehool auditorium. W 0
aak that all parents be present.
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DETROIT (ANP) Walter R.
Sain Jr., has a bank aooount—un
doubtedly hie first in many years.
Furthermore, it ia in the bank
the blind man tried to rob last
week, in one of the most ill-con
ceived holdup attemtpe of bank
Hed tbs story of Sata’s*amst
and how be found under
standing In the court of Fed
eral Judge Wade H. McCree,
He had presented a teller s note
which hie 10-year-old wife, Le
wanda, had written.
Subsequently he told Judge Mc-
Cree that at 43 he to not only
sightless and unemployed, but
nearly penniless, seemingly with
out friends and expecting to be-
father in three months.
Jadge McCree warned stern
ly that there would bo conse
-ononces to fuse. Then he took
the uaueaal stop In a federal
bunk robbery esse of putting
Sain under personal bond to
await examination Jan. IS.
Finally the Judge reached In his
pocket, and so did others in the
courtroom until there was 085.
Mail began to pour In on Judge
McCree a Negro like Bain, because
hto was the only name out-of
townem could find in newspaper
stories which seemed a 'certain
Tan dollars oame from a man
In Jackson, Miss., and $25 from
Valley Station. ICy. Other mail,
moat including a dollar and a
newspaper chopping, came from
as far as California.
BY MBS. LUCILLE CHAVIS
opened at 10 a. m. with Mr.
Oeorge Tuoker. presiding. Rev. E.
E. Worthy was the 11 a.m. speak
er- Be apoke from laatoh 64th
chapter and the 17 verse
The pastor of Bt. John AME
Church apoke at 7:30 pm. Sister
LUlle Mae WUlanw will be the
speaker at Union Bethel Chris
tian Church on Sunday, January
IS, at 3:30-pjn. We all had a very
Mrs. Lillie Jones, Mrs. Beulah
McCauley, both of Rhamkatte;
•nd Mrs. Lydia Jones, of Atlanta.
Ga., are on our sick list. Let’s all
of us pray for them s speedy re
Ws art glad to have Rev.
Crumm back home from Wake
Let's mate 1064 a better year.
Having eliminated polio as a pu
blic health problem through the
Salk and Sabin vaccines. The Na
tional FoUndation-March of Dimes
now fights birth defects and arthri
AMERICAN BRIDGE ASSOCIATION TOURNEY IN ATLANTA The southern sec
tion at the American Bridge Association held its annual tournament in Atlanta, recently,
with the University Bridge Club eervnig as host. Above, Attorney Maurice Robinson, leit, ABA
national tournament director, New York City, and Mrs. PauHns Taylor, right, Detroit, ABA vice
president. Great Lakes region, receive top trophies from Paul E. X. Brown, The Atlanta Coca-
Cola Bottling Company, white Way man Turner, president, University Bridge Club ot Atlanta,
looks on. Trophies were donated by The Coca-Cah Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Urban League Official Speak*:
Training You Are Getting At Shaw
Is Not Second-Class:* J. H. Brown
John H. ftoown, Jr., director at
Vocational Services, Urban League,
Washington, D. C., and a former
dean of men at Shaw University
told the men . students Monday,
January 6, that the financial situa
tion which Shaw to now facing doss
not reflect on the type of training
that to being offered at the insti
-The training yes are gstttog
at Shaw to NOT seeend class.''
he said. Shaw University to
highly respected and tniisrrd
by assay administrated all ever
the eennrty, whs are staking
qualified graduates far new jeb
Brown stated that many Nagroes
have migrated to the Metropolitan
ares who are unskilled, with a
Drop Bootlegging Charge
CLEVELAND. Ohio (ANP)—The
tody police thought to be a hail
raising. bootlegging big mama
turned out to be a nuisance, a head
ache, but actually deep down a
very charming person.
Mrs. Elsie Stokes, 56 was lugged
into the police station all 800
pounds of her on suspicion of boot
Tm m bootlegger. When
friends come over te play cards
they pat money In the kitty te
bay drinks. And whoever has
a ear or loses a game that par
son gees and gets the drinks.
Naturally If soase ana wants a
Faubus’ Sister Agrees With His
Father That He’s Wrong On Race
LITTLE ROCK (ANP)—Gover
nor Faubus has great Influenao on
the political thoughts of tbs av
erage Arkansan but apparent
ly does not awing so muck weight
In hto own family.
A second member of hto family
expressed dtoargeement with him
last week over hto aland on olvtl
rights and hto opinions of the Ute
President John F. Kennedy.
She to the governor's sister,
Mrs. Bonnie Salcido of Buena
Park. Cal. She seconded state
ments made by their father,
Sam Fanbns of Huntsville, on
Dee. 81, when be took line
with hto sen’s stand on toe
“I don't agree with my brothers
beliefs, but wo are still friends.”
Mrs. Salcido aaid in a telephone
‘‘We don't have the same opin
ion about certain things.
' "The thing I differ with him on
to civil rights. It to pretty wdl
Franklin ton News
TOANKLINTON The Frank
llnton Business Club sponsored a
Christmas party for members and
friends of the club on December
30th in the recreational room of
the combination grill and soda
shop Numerous tames were play
ed. afterwhioh a very tasty repast
was served, consisting of chicken
salad, aandwichee, cheeeo squares,
potato chips, candy, nuts, fruit
cake and Russian tea.
Mtoa Battle E. Person of Fay
etteville spent the holidays with
her mother. Mrs. Henranna Per
Mrs. William Dallas Brodle of
Washington, D. C. spent a few
days with hto parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dallas Brodle.
Miss Geraldine Johnson of
Washington, D. C. and Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Johnson of N. J.
have returned home after spend
ing a few days with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson.
Mrs. O. A. Albritton to a pati
ent at Wake Memorial Hospital
in Wake Forest.
Friends of Mrs. E. R. Green an
happy to see her home and doing
nloeijr after being a patient at
Wake Memorial Hospital, Raleigh,
for a abort while.
Dr. and Mrs. Want of Ala. pass
ed through Pnankllnton during
the holidays. While in Franklin
ton they were guests at the home
of Rev. end Mrs. J. P. Mangrum
for a brief while.
poor hefkgraund of education, duo
to a segregated society. The Urban
League, through a program by Bob
Kennedy’s office, to toying to up
grade the Negro ia Washington.
D. C through a tutorial program.
Tutoring canters have been esta
blished to help young people got
additional help tot subject matter,
te help combat the DROP-OUT Os
At least 800 people have offered
volunteer services . asms college
students and some graduate stu
dents. ha said. Many white callage
students, ho stated, art sacrificing
thitr allowance, and uaa it
for transportation to otter free tu
toring service. Mr. Brown urged
that more Negro College atudents
participate in this program of vol
drtak who didn't pot anything
te the Id tty hell have te par
“But I dent da tt for profit,"
The arrest didn't stem to leave
a sore spot in her heart, however,
to fact toe relates the incident
Mrs. Stokes baa to carry her 560
pounds around with the aid of a
walker. She Mid her weight pro
blem began around 1080. She
doesn't know why. She Mid doc
tors have given her gland tests,
but have not said this was the pro-
known bow ha stands an thAt.
“I want you to know X do rs
speet my brother very much. Be
to a wonderful leader, but I do
take tome with him over civil
Mrs. Salcido, who inherited her
father’s penchant as a letter writ
er, said she wrote to President
Kennedy laet summer and told
him aha beUeva be was much
stronger In the South than ha
might suppose. This conflicted
with Governor Faubus' statements
on the President at the time.
Mrs. Salcido's letter was written
to eeprem condolences at ths
death of the President's infant
eon. "X Just )»»pf to mention
he was stronger ia tbs South than
ho ewpeetod. X think he would
have carried the South by a land
slide if he had lived."
"And I told him my father wee
hto greatest supporter," Mrs. Sal
Rev. and Mrs. Enoch Kearney
and family spent the holidays in
Washington, D. C.
We are wishing for all the read
ers of Ths CAROLINIAN a Moot
Happy and Prosperous New Year.
If you would like to take the
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the top news, pieces see or call
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number to 3507.
The following students at B. P.
Person-Albion High School of
Frank llnton have earned a "B”
average or above for the eeoond
six weeks’ period:
12TH ORADE Gwendolyn
Outohins, Doris Osiles, Bertha
Brooks, Johnny Pender, Melvera
Kearney, Ethel King sherry, Bev
erly Perry, and Virginia Sneed.
11TH GRADE Gwendolyn
Sneed. Sandra Wright. Sylvia
Crudup, Diane Fogg, and Lena
10TH ORADE Mildred Days.
Peggy Anderson, Gwendolyn Wil
der. Oeorge Pender, Joe Spivey,
and Motion Wateor,.
OTH ORADE Ann KJngs
berry, Betty Henderson, Charlene
Snead, Fannie Hayes. Emily Eger
ton, and Mabel Klngsberry.
STB GRADE AIUe Wright,
David Klngsberry. Ernest Ferry,
Billy Harris, Barbara Johnson,
Ruby Kearney, Ella Wilder Bar
bara MeKnight. Odessa Hobgood,
and Garris TaDsy.
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nsl Counseling meeting. The theme
of the group this yeer Is -Opera
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