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    MEREDITH, PEACE, STATE, ST. AUG, SHAW STUDENTS:
2,000 WILL MARCH FOR SHAW U.
BOYCOTT THREAT GETS LITTLE BACKING
‘Choose Up Sides*
In “Rights” Battle
Boycott
Support
Lacking
■T CHAILS K. JONES
Km boycott at local businesses
and resumption of demonstrations,
advocated here last week by NAA
CP loader Ralph Campbell, Sr„
seems to have gained little, if any,
backing.
Many of the persons and or
ganisations which would be
directly affected H boycotts
and demonstrations were to
start anew woo interviewed
by this newsman since the an
n ranee—uni was made public.
Raleigh’s Community Relations
Committee met Friday night with
students o< St Augustine’s College,
Shaw University and CORE. The
students informed this committee
of no specific aims, problems or
complaints with which the Commu
nity Relations body could be of any
help. .
When interviewed Monday, w.
Campbell said be was planning, a
meeting with the students early
this weak. However, die results of
this masting have not boon made
public.
Ho said As reasons for a boycott
now aim
’Than M many planet down
town ' that even have segregated
restroom facilities as well as the
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Morsell To
For NAACP
Dr. John A. Morsell, Assistant to
the Executive Secretary. National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People will be the Key
note speaker aa the Raleigh Branch
of the NAACP launches Its annual
membership drive on Sunday,
March 15 at 9:30 pm. at the Rush
Metropolitan AMEZ Church on E.
Cabarrus Street
The Branch Is seeking MM
mamt— daring the campaign
which win ran frens April U
ts May A
Dr. MbraaS Joined die NAACP
staff in February at 1956. For five
yean previous to this ho was a
Study Director with International
Research Associates, Inc. Ha partici
patad in research alignments tak
ing him to the Far East Europe
sad Latin America. Ha graduated
Cum Lauda from City College of
Now York. Ha holds the Master of
Arts degree in social legislation
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UR JOHN A. MOK&EIX
. . . lacal NAACT speaker
SUPPORT SHAW UNIVERSITY'S SOS FUND CAMPAIGN!
The poet who wrote that momentous poem, “Into The
Valley Rode The 600" must have envisioned a day like Sat
urday and Sunday of this week when 600 students of Shaw
University will take to the streets and highways of Raleigh to
save that beloved institution. Their'march will be different
from the one that the poet depicted, but it should open the
hearts and pocketbooks of every person they contact.
DOING HIS DUTY An unidentified white youth, one of
sixteen civil rights demonstrators arrested last week in Annapolis,
Md., is dragged away by a Negro police officer after staging a
sit-in. When the sixteen refused to leave a restaurant at closing
time, the group lay prostate on the sidewalk in front of the estab
lishment. Trained in the tactics of non-violence, the demonstrators
were arrested by police. (UPI PHOTO).
Funds Drive
Os YMCA To
Start Monday
The YMCA capital fund* cam
paign will be launched Monday
night at 8:00 o’clock with a kick
off address by N. H. Bennett, vice
president and actuary of the North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Durham.
He will coma te Raleigh aa
the representative es Dr. Asa T.
Spaulding, president es the
company, and will be present
ed by Attorney Fred J. Car
nage, general chairman es the
drive.
Around 100 members of tha Ex
ecutive Committee and campaign
organization art expected to at
tend.
The purpose of the drive is to
secure capital funds for the pur
chase of the building and block now
occupied by the “Y" and the even
tual development of facilities to
serve the East Baleigh section.
Members of the executive cam
paign committee are: Fred J. Car
nage. General Chairman, A. E.
Brown, Co-Chairman, J. W. Eaton,
Co-Chairman, E. L. Raiford. Gen
eral Secretary. H. E. Brown. C. N.
Coble. C. H. Flagg. Dr. J. Thomas
Hamlin, Dr. N. H. Harris. C. A. Hay
wood. Sr, J. Mills Holloway. Ben
F. Johnson, J. A. Mann, Dr. N. L.
Perry, C. C. Smith, Jr. and R. H.
Toole.
The YMCA has been located In
the same osition since World War
IL E L Retford U the executive
secretary of the YMCA.
WEATHER
The five-gay weather forecast
for the Raleigh area, beginning
Thursday, March U, and continuing
through Monday, March Id, Is as
follows: Temperatures wl|l average
t to d degrees shove normal, warm
ing trend Friday and over weekend.
Turning cooler about Monday.
Rainfall about one-half Inch as
showers over the weekend.
DON’T FORGET THE DATES
FOR STOP POLIO: MARCH 22,
APRIL 18 AND MAY 17
CAROLINIAN
ADVERTISERS
BIA FROM THEM
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Horton's Cash (tors
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Tire Sales A Servfes
Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Co , lac.
Bunt General Tire Co.
t'orrell Coal Co.
Raleigh seafood Co.
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Hudson-Belb—Sflrd's
J. W Winters A Co
Amburn’s Pontiac, lac.
Mediant's A farmers Bank
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Raleigh Pnaeral Beam
Acme Realty Co.
lames danders TUe Co.
McLaarta Parking Company
M edits-Davis
Hudson-Belk—Kflrd's of Raleigh
HAL* Ante Service
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Rawls Motor Ce
Thompson Cadillac-OMsmehUe. Inc.
WJUe’s Auto dales
O'Neal Motors, lac
heater-danders Tractor corp.
Public Service Ce. of N. C, lac.
PAGR I
Colonial Stores
They will be joined by students of State College, Peace
College, Meredith College and St. Augustine's College. The
number is expected to reach 2.000. They will not be surreunded
by cannons, nor will they have visible lights, like the children
of Israel, who marched around Jericho’s wall. They, to the
person, will have a hankering spirit and an indomitable desire
to save Sha-y, not only forthemselves . but for future genera
Two-Day
Drive
Planned
Dr. James E. Cheek, Shaw Uni
versity president, informed The
CAROLINIAN Wednesday that fi
nal plans have been formulated for
some 2.000 students of both races,
representing five Raleigh colleges
to march Saturday and Sunday,
making a special appeal to the Ra
leigh community on behalf of
Shaw s financial plight.
The entire student body of
Shaw University has consented
to Join the effort Students from
Meredith, Peace. N. C. Stale,
and St. Augustine's Colleges
have also pledged their sup
port In this gigantic SOS ap
peal for their contemporary t»-
stitutlon.
Students will wear SOS arm
bands, meaning “Save Our
School" and “Supporters Os
Shaw.”
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Senators
Organize
For Fight
WASHINGTON (ANP)—Machin
ery designed to insure bipartisan
support for the coming Senate bat
tle on the civil rights bill was com
pleted last week when Republican
Senate Minority Leader Everett
Dirksen (111.) named seven GOP
Senators as "captains."
Naming of the seven follow
ed by a few days the announce
ment of Senate Majority Lead
er Mike Mansfield (Mont) that
Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Min
nesota, the Majority Whip, had
been designated floor leader of
the civil righto Mil. along with
four other Democratic Senators
selected to handle certain sec
tions of the bill.
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Mrs. Effie Whitaker
Succumbs In Italeigh
Mrs. Effie C. Whittaker. 820 El
lington Street well-known Raleigh
religious, educational and civic
leader, died here early Wednesday
morning.
The wife of Claude Whitaker,
former Raleigh printer, Mrs. Whit
, aker taught in the kindergarten de
partment of the State School for
Ta rkere ft. Drapery Shop
R. g. Quinn furniture Co
Capital ."pel OU. tee A Coal Co.
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AAP Stores
Estates Building Co, lac.
Gem Watch Shop
fire stow* Stores
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Carolina BuUders. Inc
Btdgeway’s Opticians, lac.
PAGE II
Carolina Fewer A Light Ce.
Acme Laundry A Cleaners, lac.
Security Meat Market
Lightaer's Funeral Borne
Taylor Radio A Electrical Ce.
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dee Winters Promotion
Lincoln Theatre
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Dunn s Ease Service
Bud wetter Beer
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McLeod. Watson A Lamer
Tumor Tire Service. Inc
Suprente Brake A Alignment Servlet
PAGE IS
London OU Co.
Abram’s United Beat-Alls
Carolina Model Booms
The Carolinian 1
VOL. 22, NO. 19 RALEIGH, N. C„ SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1964 -PRICE 15c
CLAY “
Affiliation
With Sect
Attacked
LOUISVILLE I ANPt Former
baseball star Jackie Robinson ex
pressed pity for newly crowned
heavyweight champion Cassius
Clay for linking up with the
‘‘Black’’ Muslims, as well as im
patience with Negro athletes who
feel “they have made it" and re
fuse to participate in the civil
rights fight, during a visit here
last week.
Tbe former Brooklyn Dod
gers’ star expressed his views
over television station WHAB
- after arriving in Louisville
to participate in the elty’s
march protest against segre
gation and racial discrimina
tion.
Concerning Clay, who confirm
ed his membership In the Muslim
sect headed by Elijah Muhammad
the day after Cassius dethroned
Sonny Liston. Robinson said:
“I feel sorry for Clay because
of bis association with some
thing Uke this. The only
thing that, eon push (moral
Negroes Info the Muslim ranks
Is If white Americans continue
to deny ns our rights of dtl
senahlp."
Negroes. Robinson added, have
the responsibility “to help our
country grow.” and therefore must
“get into the mainstream” of A
mericon life. “America,” he said,
“Is only as strong as its weakest
link. The Negro will not stay down
alone."
When asked why more promi
nent and successful athletes like
himself doesn't participate in the
civil rights movement, Robinson
replied:
' Beacuse) “many of them think
they have it made.” Robinson cri
tictcloed this attitude, saying:
“But they don’t have it made un
til the lowest Negro has It made."
Jackie, who quit as executive
vice president of the Chock Fuil
‘O' Nuts restaurant chair recent
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I the Blind and Deaf ham from 1919
until June of 1098.
She Is survived by her husband;
three sons, Albert Rochester, N.
Y.; Claude, Jr, Chicago, HI.; and
Charles of Now York City; and on#
daughter. Mrs. Effie W. Williams,
also of New York City.
Funeral arrangements were In
complete at CAROLINIAN press
time.
Why Not Mix’ Teachers?
(Aw Editorial)
ft seems singular that of all segments of our society the
teaching profession Has not teen fit to integrate in its various rami
fications of our society.
At one time we looked at education as a cure-all. Today, we
still look to education as our pilot to the promised land of a Chris
tian democracy for all people. When train their minds
and their hearts, there should be no room for malice, selfishness,
prejudice and all the multitude of evils akin to ingnorance and
illiteracy.
However, in our fair city next week the teachers and educa
tional leadership will be in session, both white and Negro, under
the same NEA banner, but with the same time waisting dual,
segregated conventions. Nonetheless, behind the smoke screen of
antiquated custom of separation both conventions will have some
sessions at the same time on State College’s campus. Usually our
teachers (NCTA) meet tha week following the white teachers,
and have no contact at all.
Next year we hope the teaching profession will see fit to set an ex
ample In integrating their convention so that the duplication of
speakers, disregard for forthright example, according to the Supreme
Court and a distorted linage to their students will cease to exist.
The executive secretary of NCTA, Dr. Charles A. Lyons. Jr., has
had much much experience In selling integration by virtura of his
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tions. This daring feat of this mixed group of youngsters should
prove to all Raleigh citizens that now is the time.
Big business, corporations, small businesses and Individ
uals should get the message that now is the time to “lock the
stable before the horse is out" Should Shaw lose its accredida
tion and be forced to close its doors it will be a sad commetary
North Carolina’s Leading Weekly
PITIED” BY ROBINSON
CLAY VISITS UN World heavyweight faxing chump Cassius Marcel lus Clay, Jr., is infer
viewed during visit to the United Nations, where he made a big hit with just about everybody las.
week. Left to right) Cassius; his brother, Rudolph Valentino Clay’, Malcolm X, Black Muslim
leader; and S. O. Adebo, Nigerian ambassador to the UN. (UPI PHOTO).
Father Os 2 Charged With
Desecrating A De ad Body
PHILADELPHIA <ANP> ln a
weird and bizarre case, a 37-ycar
old father was arrested and held
without bail here after he admitted
to disrobing and ‘’disturbing" a
dead woman in the Mogue of the
Mlsorleordia Hospital.
Arthur O. Smith, who left
behind a wife and two children
when he rsme here three years
ago, waa specifically charred
with burglary and dececratlon
of a dead body. The woman
he “disturbed" was believed te
be attractive.
Smith was discovered locked in
the morgue with the woman, who
was not Identified, by a funeial
director. The mortician said he had
gone to the morgue, accompanied
by a guard, to pick up a body.
He said they found the door
forked. Instead of open, aa Is
tb custom They became sus
picions. The guard opened the
door with a pass key and they
found Bmlth In the shower
room. The guard Raid Smith
told him: “I am an employe
and I wso shout to lake s show
er." He didn't asy why.
Police were summoned, and later
1 was found that the dead woman
Dr. L. C. Dowdy Named
New President Os A&T
GREENSBORO- D r. Lewis C.
Dowdy, Id, desn of Instruction at
A It T College, was named presi
dent of the Institution last Friday.
He Is to succeed Dr. Samuel D.
Proctor, who resigned the post re
cently to become effective April 10.
Dr. Proctor will return to Washing
ton as associate director of tha U.
S Peace Corps, a position he held
for 8 month* while on * 20 month
leave fron A 8c T.
The new presides* wae Slash
ed at a special meeting es lbs
trustee beard, held at tbs col
lege aa Friday afternoon. Bab-
Winners Os
Silver $ $
Announced
The following peraonjt were win
ner* In the Sliver Dollar Contest
during the past week
Mri. Wilson Mima. Rte. 6. Raleigh.
Carolina Power A Light Co.; Mrs.
Mary Sea well, Rte. 9, Raleigh,
AAP. Miaa Linda Wright, 1108 E.
Jones St., AAP end Larsens; Mrs.
Allen Stoke*. 1804 Oakwood Ave
nue. Colonial Store. Mrs. Samuel
Alston. 1812 Oakwood Avenue,
AAP, and Mrs. Mabel Young, N.
Tarboro St, AAP and W. T. Grants.
on the citizenship of Raleigh. No one can sit idly by and say
“Let Johnny do it”. By the same token no one can take time
oto say. “Where are the Baptist?” This serious task is on the
doorsteps of every Raleigh citizen, be he Baptist, Methodist.
Episcopalian, Catholic, Jew or Gentile, Negro or white. This
is the zero hour. Wc must rise to the occasion.
bad been "disturbed" Detectives
snd Smith admitted disrobing the
corpse.
Mrs. Amelia Patterson, an aunt,
with whom Smith lifes. said she
doc?n't know of his ever having *
suffered from a mental condition.
ert H. Frailer, chairman es the
beard, announced the decision
Immediately following the
meeting and laid reporters that
the decision was unanimous.
Dowdy cam* to AAT College in
1931 as professor of education and
director of student teaching, Rflsl
tlona ha served In for five years
Sines then ha has experienced a
rapid rise. Ha was nilevated to desn
of tha School of Education and Gen
(canwvaToir paor »>
DR. LEWIS c. DOWDY
    

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