Nat 9 l Science Foundation Donor:
St Augustine’s Receives
Grant For Summer Work
-An announcement from the
of the president this week revealed
that Saint Augustine's College has
been awarded a grant in thea
mount of 150.300 by the National
Science Foundation. The grant will
be used to finance a Summer In
stitute for fifty high school tech
ers of science at the junior and sen
19641CVelS fr ° m June 22 * July Sl,
»r. Jeffrey Gipnen to dean of
the aclenee department at the
*aeh participant will receive
*ls per week and 4 cento per
mile for travel An additional
sls per week may be adwarded
the participant for each de
pendent not exceeding four.
Specifically, the institute objec
tive will be (A) To attract those
secondary school teachers of bio
logy, chemistry, earth science, and
physics who have not previously
attended an institue or one such
Institute «t the most <B) To
strengthen formal training of
teachers of science who have me
aner or no training in thee# fields;
to broaden the wbject matter
knowledge of these teachers and
to acquaint them with the funda
mental newer facts, concepts, and
principles In natural science*. (C)
To supplement these fact concepts,
and principle* with laboratory
work and demonstration exercises
to be done by the participants. (D)
To adopt this work to the class
worn teaching of the participants.
<E) To expose the participants to
a series of coordinaing lectures
given by outstanding scientists.
(F) To supplement formal lectures
and laboratory experience* with a
few carefully selected field trips.
(C) To enrich knowledge and in
struction techniques of
ara to the end that they can sti
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Further inquires regarding the
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The CORE Boops fpr Mississippi
Project announced this week that
they have shipped over 25,000 books
to Mississippi for the setting up of
educational centers in that state for
Negroes and Whites. With the last
shipment of 15,000 books, for which
transportation cost was paid for
hy Local 210 of the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters, the book
drive came to an end.
“CORE expressed its profound
thanks to the many churches
schools, trade unions, civic groups,
CORE chapters and individuals for
helping to make our book drive
successful”, said Benjamin A.
Brown, Chairman of the Book Pro
ject “The response indicated thal
civil rights advocates and Riinrmrt.
ci» are sensitive to the educational
needs, as well as the necessity for
direct, non violent action in the
struggle for equal rights.
The Committee ask that all fu
ture book collections be shipped
direct to David Dennis, CORE Field
Secretary, 313 Franklin Street. Can
ton, Miss., postage paid. We now
turn our efforts to the task of col
lecting funds, mimeograph ma
chines, movie projectors and
screen, typewriters, etc. to equip
the Mississippi educational centers,
and we ask the support of church
*es. synagogues, trade unions, social
and fraternal organizations, and lo-
PROSPECTIVE LEATHERNECKS Marine Captain C. E. Mundy right, Selection Of
ficer of the USMC, Raleigh, talks with North Carolina College men about the Corps on a recent
recruiting visit to the campus. Left to right: Herman Aldridge, Raleigh ; Rod Lennon, New York
City; and Milton Moore, Robersonville.
STUDENT TEACHER IN ACTION - North Carolina College senior foreign languages aw*
for Lyle Horton, standing, works with students in Hillside High School language laboratory. Hot »
ton is one of 27 NCC seniors who began a six-week period of student teaching jtn November fa
schools in various parts of the state.
A. T. Spaulding:
It. C. Mutual President Reports
To Policyholders At 65th Meet
DURHAM—The 65th Annual Pol
icyholders Meeting of the North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
Co. was held in the Home Office
Auditorium, last Monday, with the
president, A. T. Spaulding, report
ing that 1963 was a.“ Year of Chal
lenge, Crises and Tragedy, but also
a Year of Promise.” *
The president reported fur
ther that the assets of the Com
pany are expected to show an
increase of more than $4 mil
lion, and the total will prob
ably pass the ssl million mark.
Alto, that the total Income for
the year 1963 will exceed s2l
million and the Insurance in
force should be In excess of
$345 million, with payments to
policyholders of approximately
cal businesses to fulfill our needs.”
"VOLUME II” a program of dra
ma, songs, dances, and a speech by
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mison, Chairman of the City wide
Committee for Integrated Schools
will be presented on Friday, Janu
ary 24th, at the First Unitarian
Church of Brooklyn, 50 Monroe
Place, Brooklyn Heights, to raise
funds for the Project.
CORE BOOKS FOR MISSISSIP
PI COMMITTEE includes: Benja
min A. Brown, Chairman; Robert
Daniels, Vice Chairman; Mary
Buckley, Secretary; Kathryn Lis
sack, Corresponding Secretary; Ann
Bardacke. June Corbett, Carol Go -
lin, Miriam Levensohn. Betty Mor
gan, Sarah Morgan, John R. Pat
terson, Peter Windsor.
President Spaulding repoi-ted that
the Company had ventured into a
new field of insurance during 1963
—Student Accident Insurance. The
premium income fropi this source
was in excess of SI”3 million.
Among other changes and addi
tions reported by the president
were: the adoption of a thirty-five
hour work week for home office
personnel; and the extension of
Hospital and Major Medical Cover
age to all retired personnel
Noteworthy events of the previ
ous year were the activities that
hinged around the construction of
the new $4-5 million dollar home
office building at 411 West Chapel
Hilll Street, The president reported
that during the Spring ground
breaking exercises were held for
building, and that participants in
cluded distinguished persons from
the National. Slate omt T——i
CiiiiiivO.o, uj ~cli as icpicsviilalives
of local institutions and organiza
tions. On October 20. a Time Place
ment Capsule Ceremony was held
on the sixty-filth anniversary of
the founding of ihe Company. The
building is expected to be ready
for occupancy during the Utter
part of 1964. or early 1965.
Another highlight of the meeting
was the election of two new mem
bers to the Board of Directors, Vice
President and Agency Director Wil
liam A. Clement, and Vice Presi
dent-Associate Agency Director,
Maceo A. Sloan They replaced E.
R. Merrick of Durham and A. E.
Spears, Sr. of Charlotte, whose
terms expired with title masting
They will however, serve a* hon
orary members of tit* Board of Di
rectors. J. W. Goodloo, Senior Vice
President and Secratary and Mrs.
V. G. Turner, Vice President and
Treasurer, whoa* terms expired
with this policyholders’ meeting
were reelected for a four-year term.
FAYETTEVILLE—Zeta Phi Bata
Sorority observed Founder’s Day
Sunday, January 19, by worship
ping at First rWureV -«
The text for the morning service
was, "Taking Another Look at
Temptation." The throe temptations
of our Lord were described very
vividly by Rev. C. R. Edwards who
admonished everyone to beware
when things are running smoothly;
something unforeseen is ready to
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Sunday, January 26:
“Save The Children,” Theme Os Zeta_
Amicae’s 2nd Friendship Tea In City
The Zeta Arnica# Chapter of i
Raleigh will sponsor its second |
Dr. N. H. Harris Announces
New Courses At Shaw Univ.
Dr. Nelson H. Harris, head of the
department of education, has an
nounced that a course in Driver
Education will begin at Shaw Uni
versity an Saturday. Rebruary 1.
Persons interested will meet with
William Spann, instructor, In
Science Hall, Room A, at 10:00 a m.
on the above data.
In addition, courses will be mad*
available to High Sschool graduate*
who find It impossible to matricu
late on a full-time basis, as follows:
The history of tii* chapter was
given hy Mary Mclver of Fayette
rill* State Collage.
About thirty-five Betas wavs hi
Ob Saturday, January $5. the tint
Charm School will be held in pre
paration tor the Annual Zatalite
Ball on February SI. This year’s
ball prnmlm to be the bast and
most picturesque dm aver staged.
is good at Nelson’s
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I Annual Friendship Tea Sunday
| January 26, 4 pm. at Tuttle Com-
Freshmen English and Western
Courses tor inaervio* teacher*
will be mad* available according
to need in such areas as Education,
English and tha social sciences.
Persons interested in the above
area* are requested to meet with
Mis Mslelyn Watson, Wednes
day, February 5, in Scienoe Hall,
Room 1 at 6:00 p.m.
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“SAVE m CHILDREN*’ la
the theme as the jObsm pro
gram, W d thl* year tisepraisatis
from the tea, along riß'atiw
help, wfll ge to to* nhtWreai as
the Leekhart School dtetriet
who find tt diffkmtt to stay to
R. H. Tools, principal at Lock
hart School will ha tha main
speaker. He win b* flwked by his
social welfare committee which
will further enrich the program by
Thera win b* the lighter feature*
of music, dramatic readings and
refreshments. Do cama t& ltorn. to
enjoy the program and fcDewnp
and to help.
“We are never so straight as
when w* stoop to held a child".