83rd ANNUAL MEETING UNDERWAY AS
OTFEACHERS CONVENE IN CITY
“Freedom Rally” Mere Sun.
A leading spokesman of the na
tional civil right* movement will
lead a “freedon rally" in Raleigh, it
was announced Monday by leaders
et the Raleigh Student Movement
The Reverend A. I. Dunlap,
leader of the Danville. Va. civil
right* movement and a board
member of the Southern Con
ference Educational Fund . will
apeak at the TOTTER MEMO
RIAL BAPTIST CHURCH a*
« p. m„ Sunday, March 22. The
rally will be open te the gene
Spokesmen for the Raleigh Stu
dent Movement, a civil rights or
ganization involving students from
high schools and colleges in the
Raleigh area, said that the March
M 2 rally would deal primarily with
“the lack of progress that Raleigh
ha* made in the field of civil
rights - and the techniques that
may well be used to make Raleigh
a truly free and democratic com
The student leaders specifically
condemned “rampant discrimina
tion” in public and private hiring
and promotional policies; mounting
unemployment; public accomoda
tions - restaurants, hotels, motels -
that are closed to Negroes; segre
gated hospital systems and other
facilities; comparative lack of Negro
law enforcement officers ia propor
tion to the Negro population; segre
gation ia residential areas and in
schools; and the lack of .Ivic im
provements la five Negro neigh
Evers And *
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—A come
dian turned Civil Rights fighter,
and the assassinated Mississippi
NAACP Field Director topped the
list of ten individuals named by
the National Newspaper Publishers
Asociation to receive its 1964 Russ
Dick Gregory, who recently
has been seen more of Jail cells
thsn footlights, and Med gar Ev
ert, slain Mississippi civil rights
leader, were unanimous choices
of the association's board of di
ertors te receive the swards.
They were announced Sunday by
E. Washington Rhodes, president of
the organiaztion and publisher of
the twice-a-week rhiladelphia Tri
Other winners were the late
Prmidnt John F. Kennedy;
Clarence Mitchell, chief *f the
NAACF's Washington Bureau;
Carl Rowan, former Ambassa
dor te Finland and recently
named director of the U. 8. In
Also, Martin Luther King; A
Phillip Randolph, who spearheaded
Ihe March on Washington last Au
gust: Dr. Aaron Henry, president of
the Mississippi NAACP; Jomo Ken
yatla, premier of newly indepen
dent Kenya; and Thurgood Mar
shall. associate justice of the U. S.
Circuit Court of Appeals
The citations, named in honor at
John B Rnsswurm. founder of the
first Negro newspaper, “freedom's
(CCVTIKt'ED OK PAGE 1)
The (-•tniitf of the S3rd North
Carolina Teacher* Association
to Raleigh is anticipated with
the same spirit of the coming of
the first robin. The coming of
the members brings a ray of
hope to us that a group of per
rons Is coming to the city as
si mhols of the true way of life.
The fact that they are edura
tors leads one to believe that
Ihev are emblematic of the
st ord education—meaning to
The robin typifies the fact
that the drudgery of winter is
last leaving. The ehilly winds
of cold weather have subsided
and all nature will sow be
Hits with that splendor that
only routes from the Father of
He like to think that the
teachers who carry the “torch
of knowledge" into the ririo
rootns of North Carolina are
bringing to Raleigh that ray of
hope that dispels ignorance, In
tolerance and reaches for the
finer things in Hfe.
One loves to revel in the fact
that teachers are expected to
display an image of enltnrc
that embodies a sense of appre
ciation for the spfrttnai vaiaoa
North Carolina s Leading Weekly
VOL. 22, NO. 20 RALEIGH. N. C„ SATURDAY, MARCH. 21. 1964 PRICE 15«
WE WANT TRUE INTEGRATION,
NOT TOLERANCE: DR. C. LYONS
Man Commits Crime, Tells Cops
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FLANS NEW, .^BTY—f orm
er New York BUsk Muslim lend
er Malcolm X talks to n wom
an reporter following his televis
ion appearance there laat week.
Malcolm, who said he was or
ganising a politically-oriented
Black Nationalist Party, suggests
that Negroes who are oppressed
by segregationists "should have
a shotgun or rifle'’ with which
to retaliate. (UPI PHOTO).
“The problem today U not to
stop change; not to stop young
people from doing the things they
believe in but rather to channel
their action into the stream of
constructive behavior and no or
ganization is better prepared to
do this than the YMCA”, declared
N. H. Bennett, vice-president and
actuary of the N. C. Mutual Life
Insurance at the YMCA Capital
Funds Kick-Off meeting on Mon
He was introduced by C. C
Smith, Jr., retired district man
ager of the insurance company
with Fred J. Carnage, general'
The purpose of the campaign la'
to raise SIIO,OOO to purchase the
block and buildings in which the:
“Y” is located.
Welcoming remarks were giv
en by C. A. Haywood, Br., I
(CONTINUED OK FACE Z) j!
that go to make life services hie
to these with whom they eome
in contact We are glad to wel
come this group to Raleigh, in
the hope that we can “hitch our
wagon" to its star of spiriuality
and drink from its intellectual
There is no doubt that this
17.000-member organisation is
a great potential in the life of
our state. It is the'largest paid
membered organisation among
e*>, and ran and should wield
great influence. It can be a
moral fibre that can bulwark
the state's ritirenry against
many of the evils that beset us.
Its leadership could well af
ford <• lake as along the path
of sue cess and up the hill to
those summits of grandeur that
would enable us to forget the
din and fog of Individualism,
petty Jealousies and disunion.
11l leadership could easily show
as the way to confidence In *sr
brother, sincerity of purpose
and enable us to bridge the
chasm of indifference that sep
arates one man from another.
A person so educated aa to
tench and mold the lives of
(CuMTDICO OH PACK Z>
"I felt mem and wanted to do
These were the words oaed
b» James Otis Regers, *l. of
1125 8. Stale Street, Apartment
11, at t A. R. last Thursday
when Unstopped s cruising po
lice car and confessed to a
crime which could hare gdae
unnoticed for at I seat several
it seems that young Regers had
been drinking and, while under the
influence, broke out a couple of
windows in the 400 block of S.
Bloodworth Street, costing a total
Then he reportedly proceeded up
Martin Street, where he was temp
ted to throw a big rock through the
plate glass window of Vic Peebles’
Grill. Regers, apparently beginning
to sober up, decided against break
ing this window, however.
When he saw Police Officers C.
R. Aycock and G. D. Pearce cruis
ing near the scene on E. Martin
Street, he hailed their car.
After admitting his crime to
the tws officers, Rogers accom
panied them to the spot mi
Bloodworth Street where the
damage to the Thrift Store, 412
S. Bloodworth Street, owned by
L. D. Flowers, 215 S. Person 81.
bore ont his testimony.
From here, Rogers was escorted
to the Wake County Jail. He now
faces a charge of damage to pro
Nothing was reported taken from
WASHINGTON. D. C. The
Senior Bishop of the African j
Methodist Episcopal Church this!
week warned the United States
Senate that prolonged filibuster
over civil rights legislation would;
be met with reprislal. Bishop
Sherman L. Greene of Atlanta,
Georgia stated that the extension
of Christian concern of the po
litical destiny of the Nation is a
proper exercise of religious re
Speaking at the opening ses
sion of the Washington, D. C.
Annual A M. E. Conference
(Brown Memorial Church,
14th A Constitution Avea.l,
Bishop Greene said that "a
leeted offlei\!i who wilfully
obstruct our iMerminstien to
remove the ugly stain of rac
ism from our Nation, are not
deserving of our support.”
■’Every effort will be mean,”
he added, "to remove them
from office and to take what
ever stepe are niternary to in
sore the permanency of that
“Organised religion tn the
United States of America, cannot
remain aloof from the political
contests of November, IM4. It Is
inounbent upon religious leader
ship to cxirrt ail of the moral pres
sure* at Us command, in order to
block the forces of evil from tak
ing over the reigns of government
“This is especially applicable to
the predominantly Negro denomi
nations since no period tn our his
tory—not even the dark days of
slavery—eupraeeos tn importance
(cwnwM OSf PACK I)
WOMAN FREEZES. HAS NO HEARTBEAT—Nurse Mary
De Shan checks the condition of Mrs. Stella Marie Adame, 45,
last week. Mrs. Adams' body temperature dropped below 67 de
grees before treeatment at Hillcrest Hospital, Tulsa, Okla. Doctors
at first found no heartbeat when she was brought in, believed to
be froaen to death. (UPI PHOTO).
Liston Arrested For
Reckless Driving And
Concealed Pistol Raps
DENVER, Col. <ANP>—Ex-heavy
weight boxing champion Sonny Lis
ton was arrested here last week on
charges of reckless driving and car
rying a gun, but was later released
on 8300 bond.
Liston, who recently lost his tttla
to boastful Cassius Clay on an up
set seventh-round TKO, wae stop-
BJRTERS LORIS') CONTEOVEE
LAtTRINBURG states Pinky
and Truemiller Polston. 850-per
week domestic workers, are loving
their seven-bedroom mansion, val
ued at $30,000 on the edge of a
white neighborhood her*. The
house was eportedly placed on
the sale* clock as a result of s fore
ckssyre Knd will be told, through
auct’on. on Tuesday, April 7.
Both starred In a asuaatiasial
Mai here March 22. 1803. ac
cused of the larceny of 824000
from C. H. Morrie, s local fu
neral home operator, ft woe al
leged at the time that they mod
the money to finance the new
Bnfh n nn~ n 800—-A
DRUSE iMHn VCR aC^WHRR.
Min Troemlller Poteton wae
employed ** a maid by Morrie
at tMs time.
A $13,000 mortgage from a local
bonk, called,for $l2B monthly pay
(CWHWtt OX r*ct t»
ped fur speeding bp Patrolman
James Snider, who didaft recognize
him as tha former champion. Snid
er. a 5-foot-10-lnch 185 pounder,
said Liston was driving 78 milas tn
hour in g SO alia tn hour sens.
He mid that upon searching Lis
ton ho discovered that bo was car
rying a seven-shot, .23-caliber pis
tol with six cartridges sad an amp
ly shell. Snider therefore added the
charge of carrying S conssnisd
The patrolman sold that Os) the
way to the station, Sonny became
belligerent and began to argue, so
he called another patrol cor for
help in handcuffing him. Ho point
ed out, however, that Liston offer
ed no physk^L/reeistenee.
It wasn’t until they reached the
station and another policeman who
knew Liston called out. “Hello,
Sonny.” that Snider knew who he
Silver $ $
The following persons were win
fieri In the Silver Dollar Contest
for the past week:
Walter Adsmi. 1311 Walnut Rt„
A4P; Ed Hall, Jr, 22 Lincoln Ter
race. AAP and Hudson-Belk; Mrs.
Janie Thorpe, 8 Smith Plaza. Co
lonial Store: A. A. Vance. 113 E.
Lenoir St.. Colonial Store; Mrs. Be
atrice Mangum, Rte. 2. Wendell. Co
lonial Store, and Mrs. Ulywe*
Dunn, Rte 2. Wendell. Carolina
Power and Light Co.
BY CHARLES R. JONES
In an exclusive interview with
The CAROLINIAN on the eve of
the 83rd Convex lien of the North
Carolina Tsechers Association, Dr.
Charles A. Lyons, Jjr„ executive
1 secretary of the 13,000-member
i body gave his reason* Wednesday
morning for not encouraging mem
bership in the North Carolina Edu
cation Association. Its White count
erpart, also in shim! on hers this
“We believe hi Integration,
of eeurse,” said the fermsr Ells
-t—as- tlfaip ralldM i|Hl
"bubwe want TRUE integration
‘ mi all levels es any ergsalss
tlen, including the peliey-msk
Although the NCTA does have a
few white members. Dr. Lyons co
in ves it can become a stronger or
anlzatinh by keeping intact the
i rogress made within its own ranks
and not become dissolved by the
now all-white NCEA.
Lyons continued, “We are for in
tegration In this way: that we, too,
help decide what is going to take
“The leaden, of the two organiza
tions should sit down together and
discuss the total concept tl a truly
"We are now considered to be
something Inferior to our white
counterparts," said Dr. Lyons.
“It is a lark of accept*nee on
the white man’s pari and at the
prevent time, we are only tol
erated. I don’t want any kind
of toleration, but rather total
aceeptance on what wo (the
NCTA) eon merit."
ML CHABLER A. LYONR. JR.
, , . speaks out for teachers
Last week, Dr. Lyons Is slleged
to have said the NCTA would be
willing only to discuss merger with
White delegates attending the
NCEA meeting here this week will
vote on constitutional amendments
to allow Negio memberships.
"Through our credit union." said j
Dr. Lyons, we are attempting to '
make our teachers become more
“In the NCTA session* this
weekend, one of oor big effort*
will be to increase membership
In the credit onion.
"If wo can awaiwn In our mem
bers the economic influence or pur
chasing power toward creating new
businessee and other sound Invest
ments. then we are progressing. '
concluded Dr. Lyons.
W EATH K R
Tbs tempent* r ** will avtrsgs
several degrees below aormal dar
ing (he period Thursday through
Monday Cold Thursday and Tri
day with wise moderation during
(he weekend, lerripltation will to
tal ahum one Inrh, occurring about
late Srldav or Saturday and again
Raleigh will be the seen* of the
gathering of teachers from all over
North Carolina, both Negro and
white Thursday. Friday and Satur
day. There will be teachers on the
right and teachers on the left. It
will be the first time that the two
racial groups have met at tie same
The North Carolina Teachers As
sociation will be meeting at William
Neal Reynolds Coliseum, Thursday
and Friday, on the eampusaf North
Carolina State College, while its
counterpart, the North Carolina
Education Association, will meet in
the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.
The Saturday sessions of the NC
TA will be held in the auditorium
of J. W. Ligon High School. The
theme of the meet Is the same as
that of the National Education As
sociation, “Education for Responsi
ble Freedom”, and will be discuss
ed In all of its ramification*.
Dr. James M. Nabrit, President of
Howard University, la the main
speaker for the Convention. He will
address the Third General Session
on Friday, March 20 at the William
Neal Reynolds Coliseum. Other
atate and national loaders tn the
field of education will serve as
guest consultants to various depart
ments, divisions, and sections of the
The agenda of business will in
clud* discussion of the forthcoming
NEA Convention in Seattle, Wash
ington, adoption of a Cods of Ethics
for ihe Teaching Profession the
I question of merger of the North
Carolina Teachers Association and
the North Carolina Education As
sociation, the election of new NCTA
officers, and numerous ether per
tinent and timely matter* effecting
the profession and educaional pro
gress in North Csrollna.
Dr. Lafayette Parker, president
of the North Csrollna Teaehers As
sociation, will preside throughout
the general sessions.
Week Mar. 15-21
This is National Newspaper Week
The ebeervanee this year is
timed te commemorate the
IMth anniversary es the found
ing of the first Negro newspa
per, FREEDOM’S JOURNAL,
by John B. Rumwurm on Marsh
1«. 1827, In New York City.
No national program is planned
for this year as waa the case in
In this edition, The CAROLIN
IAN is publishing the names of the
Russwfurm Award winners. In a
few days our readers will note the
leeipients of Merit Awards.
An announcement will also be
made soon about the "Outstanding
Newspaper" Award, which alao car
ries a l.ioo scholarship.
Don’t Forget The
Dates For Stop Polio:
March 22, April 19 and
■■■■ ' Bin FROM THEM
Horton * Caah Store
t. W Winters * Co
London Oil Co.
Mechanle* A farmers Bank
Dunn a Law aervles
Consolidated Credit Co.
Washington Terra re Apts.. In<
Bobert W. (Bob) Scott
Weaver Broa. gambler. Inr
Bawls Motor Co
Senter-gander* Trartor Corp
Public Itervlc* Co. ol W. C., Inc.
Capital .'uel oil Ire * Coal Cm
E E. Quinn furniture Co
I entral Drug more
Tarboro IM Drapery Shop
Abram's United Bent-Alla
Estates Building Co.. Inr.
Mother A Daughter
( or rail Coal Co.
T'rraee Realty A Insurance to
I arollna Builders, tug
Ridgeway's Opticians. Else.
Hoseoe-Griffin »ho* Cp
Taylor Radio A-. Electrical Co
Mae Joseph N.
Carolina Power A Light Co.
Hunt General Tire Co
t.mstead Grocery A Transfer
Acme Laundry A Cleaners, the.
Security Meat Market
Stephana’ Appliance Co.
Raleigh Seafood Co.
Capital Bargain Stare
Tilton’s Wrucker Service
Arnold Jsrobs' Vogue
Sanders Motor I'm.
W ' &
DR. JAMES K. NABRIT, JR.
IHL CORNEMUB V. TftOtTT
Delegates of tfte NCTA who at
tend the 83rd sseslon at Marfll Car
oline State College hetWwift hive
an Opportunity to hear mhe of the
ngost gutstawdliHli ssdufsfort tn the
country The list include* Dr. Jews
Madison Nalrit, Jr. president of
: Howard University, Washington, D.
[ C, end Dr. Cornelius V. Troup,
president. Fort Valley State Col
lege, Fort Valley, Ga.
Dr. Nabrit has long since estab
lished himself as an educator, hav
ing been associated with Howard
University, accepted as the cap
stone of Negro education, Wash
ington, D. C. The prexy is the son
of a minister and was born in At
lanta. Ga. He is one of the national
* (locators who sympathizes with
“dropouts", but never condones
He attributes this to the tact that
he had to drop out after finishing
high school and also had to drop
out again after falling to heed his
father's call to the ministry.
He admonishes dropouts
nor to lose sight of the fact that
if one Is to be of service te the
people, saying this Is the tru*
essence of education, they must
reach beyond the horlton of
poverty, rtrrams toners, Inde
cision and laziness and set their
hope* on preperatiosi far a s■*
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
C. Karl Utchmen
Slate Distributing Carp
G. S. Tucker Bros.. Inc.
Peebles Grill A Hotel
Raleigh Office Supply Co
long Meadow farms
Raleigh funeral Rom
Acme Realty Co.
lames Sanders THa Co.
MtLaiirln Parking Company
Hitdson-Uelk—Eflrd's of Raleigh
Amburn Pontiac, Inc.
Branrh Banking A Trust Co.
K A L. Auto Service '
Dlalc Cleaners A Laundry
Montgomery-Green Co., Inc
Stainless Steel fabricators, lac.
Jean % ol Ualclgh
Wood's l A lU< Store
Southeastern Aluminum Elding A
Capitol Wrecker Service
Ilrogden fruit A Produce
Tallon s Ltd.
Electrical Wholesalers, Ini
Ivey's t f Raleigh
Pepsi-Coie Bottling Co.
Thlem » Record Shop
Weaver TeaUle Co
| ft'X Store*
Stephenson Music Co.
Raleigh Loan Office
Webster ■ Hicks Grill
Cross Poultry Co.
Mother A Daughter
Supreme Brahe A Alignment Service
Sr hitU Beer
Wood’s 1 A ISe Store
W T. Grant's
Bestful Pines Motel ft Drive-Inn
Seven-UP Bottling Co.
J J fallen Co.
Buffalos Co. Builders. Inc.