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RALEIGH, N. C„ SATURDAY. APRIL 4. IM4
Delaware State Opens
20-Game Baseball Slate
DOVER, Del. Delaware State |
College will open a 20 game base- j
ball schedule next Monday when
they play host to Barrington Col
lege from Barrington, Rho<ic Is
land. in a game beginning at 2 p in.
The Delaware State Hornets
coached by Donald A. Blakey and
sharing a co-championship with
Maryland State College will be
■reeking their third consecutive
championship of the CIAA. With
one former star. Jake Wood now
playing for the Detroit Tigers, the
Hornets are considered to have sev
eral promising athletes this season.
The entire schedule as released
by Athletic Director James H. Wil
liams is as follows:
April 1. Philadelphia Textile.
Home; April 3. Maryland State Col
lege, away; April 7. Nichols Cot
NAACP Forces Minnesota
Twins To Drop Housing Bars
MINNEAPOLIS (ANP)-ln what
hopefully may be one of the last
of such eaaea. the NAACP has
aucoaeefully brought to an end
eegregated housing conditions for
the Minnesota Twins In their spring
training headquarters in Orlando.
The NAACP has been forcefully
protesting segregated hotel facilities
In tha South for the Twins for two
yeara. Calvin Griffith, owner of
the major league team, has re
peatedly assured the Minneapolis
branch of the association that he
was working on the problem but
has never produced any result#.
Earlier this month the Minnea
polis NAACP Branch announced
Shaw's Bears, aided by 13 walks
and fiva errors had no trouble
downing Norfolk State, 14-14 here
Saturday. March 28
Twelve of the Shaw runs were
unearned. The Bears got just eight
hits off the three Norfolk pitchers.
A trie of Shaw hurlers limit
ed the vlelton to soar hits. Ira
Mitchell paced Hhaw with a
doable end single In three trips.
Norfolk State 002 000 110— 4 4 J
Shaw 030 442 OU—l4 8 3
Griffin, Sith (4), Joyner (fl> and
Ganaonland. Gray: Mn.ve, Love (4;,
Walker <7>. and Walton.
A LETTER FROM HEAVEN
By Alt red Robbins
Special Drltvrry From Heaven
To: The Kennedy Family
From: John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Borry had to leave right away,
I look down an smile everyday.
Little Patrick told me to tell you "Hi.
And that he's happy and loves you.
So please don't cry.
And Caroline I'd like to say.
How proud Daddy was of you today.
When you stood like a lady.
And doing like Mommy you tried not to cry
Little John now you're the big man.
Take care of Mommy the beet you can
You were Just like a soldier
That salute was-so brave.
Thank you for the flag you put on my grave
And Jackie, I had no time for goodbyes.
But I'm sure you cou’.d read.
The "farewell” In my eyes.
Watch over our children and love them for me
I'll treasure your love through eternity
So please carry on as you did before,
TH all of us meet on Heaven s bright shore
Remember I love you. remember I care
And I’ll always be with you
Though you don’t see me there.
Do’s And Don’ts
THAT J WHATI H
« 1 ( f fee*
t Be Cooziderate. It leads to Um^rstanding
i lege (Dudley. Mass ! home; April
jB, Castleton College (Vermont)
home; April 10, Norfolk State Col
lege. home; April 13. Norfolk State
College, away; April 14. Hampton
Institute, away; April 20. Lincoln
University, away; April 23. Shaw
University, away; April 24, Fayette
ville State College, away; April 25.
North Carolina A&T College, away;
April 27. Fayetteville State College,
home; May 1. Howard University,
home; May 2. Hampton Institute,
heme; May 4. Howard University,
aw-ay; May 7. Shaw University,
home; May 9, A&T College, home;
May 11, Barrington, away; and May
14. Maryland State College, home.
NOTE: Home games on school
days begin at 3:15 p.m. Home games
on Saturday begin at 2 p.m. Mon
day. March 30. is not a school day.
that It would picket the opening
game of the season on April 31 to
protest the situation. Griffith's re
action to this was to announce that
he would seek a court order bann
ing tha pickets.
Hou'cver, when both the mayor of
Minneapolis and the mayor of Rich
field. part owners of Minneapolis
Metropolitan Stadium, announced
that they would not cross the line,
Griffith found integrated quarters
for the team in Orlando
The Mayors' statements were in
response to telegrams from Curtis
Chivers. NAACP branch president,
urging them to reaped the lines.
Chivers has devoted much time and
energy to rectifying Jim Crow in
The Minnesota Twins are the
last of the major league baseball
trams to Integrate their winter
FRIENDS ARE WORST ENEMY
la guilty or not. two things Clifton
Carter. 20. learned In criminal court
n cently where he was on trial for
armed robbery. Don't trust friends
and don’t talk too much. Carter,
nccuscd of robbing a grocery store
of SIOO in cash and $l3O in checks,
was convicted of th echirge after
tha prosecution produced some of
hi* "friends" who testified that he
had boasted he was going to pull
tha robbery, and later, that he had
done It. However, the victim of the
robbery. Mrs W B Thomas. 07.
could not identify him as the
“masked” gunman armed with a
rifle. Carter, of course, denied the
charge, but he got a 10 year prison
t< rm anyway,
MARTIN HEARD AT SHAW UNIVERSITY—UIt to right: Joe Biown, a senior of States
ville, baritone soloist; Dr. Asa T. Spaulding ot Durham, who introduced the speaker. Louis C. Mar
tin, deputy chairman, National Democratic Committee, Washington, D. C.; and the Reverend
john W. Fleming, acting chairman, department of philosophy and religion at Shaw University, as
they discuss equality ot opportunities for the Negro if he is qualified. (See sfory).
HOME DEMONSTRATION LEADERS These women were installed as the new officers
ol the State Council of Home Demonstration Clubs at the councils recent meeting in Raleigh. The
y are (left to right) Mrs. Mamie Williams, Randolph County, president; Mrs. Viola Greene, Pen
der County, first vice president, Mrs Willis Hawkins, Pitt County, second vice president; Mrs.
Marjorie Cofield. Edgecombe, recording secretary; Mrs. Lucy Wilson. Orange, corresponding sec
retary; and Mrs. Alfreda Blackwell. Vance, treasurer. At the right is Dr. Eloise Cofer, assistant
director ol the N C Agricultural F.ttension Service in charge ol home economics work.
ON COAST TO COAST FLIGHT These cadets, m the Air Force ROTC D tach it at
AST College, last week flew to Edwards Air Force Base and Los Angeles, both m California, on a
motivation flight and enrichment tour as guests of the U. S. Air Force. In the background is the
giant C-130E Transport plane in which the cadets took the four-day coast-to-coast taunt.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Reports
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The Sandhills Room of the SAW |
Cafeteria was the scene of the reg
ular meeting of Alpha Theta Ome
ga Chapter of AKA Sorority, Sat
urday. March 21. at 5 p.m
The Sorors enjoyed a delightful ;
repast of their choice amid beauti
fully decorated tables dec rated j
with pink carnations and candle
Following the dinner. Sorot Wil
der gave a report of the proceed
ings of the Regional Conference
hold at the Golden Triangle Hotel
Norfolk. Va Tie Silver Bo vl a
waided by the Region twon the
second consecutive year' was pre
sented the chapter for outstanding
achievement m the region Other
members in attendance were. Sor
«•-» S Perry. 1-atham. M.inn. Batey.
Knight. Watkins. Webster. Eaton.
Aaams, Eason and Hunt,
Happy Hill Wreath Club
Extends Sympathy To Many
BY J It HARKEN
i ROCKY MOUNT - F v.uenUy
when someone dies, neihgbos and
even unknowns, are approached
and often ahamed into giving -ion
cy for so-called community
w i oaths' for deceased pei xns
whom they do not even k■ o w
Many limes unscrupulous p. -ons
intake canvasses and use the funds
! (or their oxxn benefit. tar removed
f.om the “wreath " for which it .vas
passionately solicited The same
piocexiure goes for many no-culled
church and chanty solicitations,
causing thoughtful d noi s to con
tribute directly to the inter, led
source—and by check if convene nt.
! Af'er considering the atxne-t: n
: t.oned exits, a group of ioce cu
j mo of t ie Hap y Rid eo., y
j organized themselves imo Tie
i Happy HiP Wreat.i Club with l >*-
! #--* Davis as president; James H i-
Iphrcy, vice president, ar-a Mrs B. t
I Letters of thanks were read from
! the principals of the seven local
elementary schools for contribu
tions Wvward their Milk Fund,
j In keeping with the program set
up by the National Office. Basiteus
Batey appointed the following
members to the Social Action Com
mittee: Soror* Dcbnam. Hicks.
Newell, Knight. Eason. Irving A
check for <25.00 was sent to the
local Voter Registration Committee.
The Amenities Committee sur
prised Soror Susan Malone with a
Baby Show er for her baby boy born j
in March. Soror* Odessa Hicks and
Bessie Lew-i* delivered the gifts to
A social hour followed the busi
ness meiting. The twenty-eight
1 members present expressed having
1 a pleasant evening to hostesses Ed-
I irondson, Eaton. Irving and Hicks.
B Short, secretary, in an effort to |
provide the wreaths for ail persons '
who would become members and 1
pay a small tee < ach month.
Organised in September, IJ*.
there are more than two hun
dred members now. accord ing
to Darts, a member of the Ml
/.ion First Baptist t hurvb. who
states that the w ork is all done
.•n a volwntary basts with each
benefirtary getting a standard
fire dollar wreath M their does
are not more than three month*
in arrears. Onee-a-year a re
duced membership rale Is in ef
fect for a short period to stim
ulate new memberships.
All Wreaths carry the 'HHWC
sriuol* of the Happy Hllß'Wreath
t'iub The ci*.o also sends cards
to the sick member.- and condo
lence cards to bereaved family
t Charities are extended to the
BY LARRY A. STROUD
The J. W. Ligon Jr.-Sr. High
School’s baseball team opens its .
basebal Iseason Friday. April 3.
The coaches, Pete Williams and
Hubert Poole, stated that they have
a very good team this year.
Tha fallowing are the m»
ben es Ligeo't baseball .team:
Bobby Allen, Robert Allen. Xa
vier Artis, Chester Bennett.
Thomas Brooks, Ernie Fester.
Arthur Graham. Larry Graham.
Isaiah Green. Curtis GUI, Al
fredo Hicks, James Hines, Ma
jor Hinton, James Heckaday.
Cmr|ton Hood, James Albert
Johnson. Alfonso Jones. James
Melvin. George Morgan, Ken
neth Parker, William Peaces,
Ralph Fops, Jimmy Robinson,
Lamonte Banders. Stanley
Smith, Howard Upparmau and
Robert, Eugene Williams.
The schedule follows:
Home games; April 16, Booker T.
Washington, Rocky Mount. 7:30 P.
M;. April 21. Dillard, Goldsboro,
7:30 PM.; April 28, Gamer Consoli
dated. Gamer. 7:30 P.M.; May 5,
Johnston County Tr. School. Smith
field, 7:30 P.M.; May 7, Southwest
ern (tentative), Windsor. 7:30 P.M.:
and May 14, Dußots, Wake Forest,
Games away: April 3, Rocky
Mount, 7:30 P.M.; April 14, Gamer.
2:30 P.M.; April 23, Smithfield. 3:30
P.M.: April 30, Goldsboro, 3:30 P.
M.; and May 12, Wake Forest, 2:30
PETERSBURG, Va. (ANP)
William "Pete” Bennett, track
coach and assistant professor of
health and pysicsal education at
Virginia State college, has been
appointed chairman of the finance
committee of the U. S. Track and
Field Association for Virginia.
Prof. Bennett, who has been track
coach at VSC. his alma mater, for
the past 11 years, has held a num
ber of outstanding athletic posts in
recent years, including an eight
year tenure as chairman of the
track committee of the Central In
tercollegiate Athletic Association
needy at Chrsitmas time and pub
lic programs occasionally given to
publicize the work being done In
an effort to make the community
conscious of the need for more dig
nity in the handling of floral trib
utes to the dead.
Others of the organising group
who joined Davis. Humphrey and
' Mrs. Short in the launching of this
worthwhile project included Lind
i wood Bellamy, James Roberson and
I James Humphrey of the banking
committee; Miss Elizabeth Pitt,
Paul Beavers, Jack Bryant, Lossie
Nicholson, Mrs. Mildred McCowan,
Mrs. Mary Foreman, Miss M. Pitt,
and Mrs. Victoria Brooks.
The group also furnishes pall
bearers and flower girls for the
funerals of members.
The club's financial report for
1963 showed S2OO to start that year,
with a total of 458 on September
SO, 1963 (end of fiscal year), with
I only 147 expended to leave a net
of s3ll in the bank.
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P. R. Robinson, dean of instruction at the school.
Bride, 55, Pushed Hubby
Too Far; He Divorces Her
DETROIT—(ANP)—At 81. a man
is no bargain to a woman, and Fred
Demont was well aware of this.
But he did have a nice home, and
he was willing to share it with a
woman provided she would keep
house for him, cook, and do the
He thought he found the right
woman in Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 55-
vear-old twice-divorced woman he
met by chance last year. She con
vinced him that he should rent his
home, split the money with her,
while she kept house for him.
Soon, however, she had taken over
ihe whole operation, ordering him
at first to move Into a tiny bed
room, then to a rollaway bed in the
basement and finally she put him
Judge T. C. Spaulding Will
Speak At Shaw April 15
The Honorable Theodore O.
Spaulding, Judge, County Court of
Philadelphia, will speak at Shaw
University on Friday, April 10, at
12:00 noon in Greenleaf Auditori
um. Hie subject of his message will
be “Preparation for Responsibility".
Judge Spaulding received the
AJL degree at Howard Univer
sity, and the LLB degree "*t
PLANS JUNE WEDDING
Miss Greta Lots McCnUom. Ra
leigh, daughter of Mrs. Mable
MeCullom sad the late Mr. A
drian MeCullom of Johnston
County, is engaged to Mr. Ar
thur Earl Hawthorne, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Hawthorne of
Mtnetle. Alabama. The an
nouneement Is made by Mrs. Vi
ola Murry. A June wedding Is
Feeling mistreated, Demont
sued the woman, but minutes
before they were to appear in
court last December 13. they
were married by a common
No sooner had they been mar
ried, than she Induced him to
sign a deed to the property and
make out his will with her as
sole beneficiary. Then she left
So Demor.t went to court again,
this time to have the marriage
voided, and the deed and will nul
lified. He got it too. despite the
sharpness which his ex-wife ex
hibited in deeeding the property
to another man, and then getting
the deed transferred back to her
in the other man’s name.
the University of Detroit.
He is a member of the American
Bar Association, the Philadelphia
Bar Association, the Lawyers’ Club
of Philadelphia, and the Pennsyl
vania Council of Juvenile Court
Judge Spaulding served as Coun
sel for the Philadelphia branch of
the NAACP and was its President
from 1940 to 1945. During his ad
ministration the Branch member
ship increased from 3,000 to 17.000.
In 1957, he was appointed by
the Government to represent
the United States as an Alter
nate Delegate to the United Na
tions Subeommlsslon of the
Economic and Social Council on
the Protection of Minorities and
the Prevention of Discrimina
tion. He served in that rapaci
ty during 1957 and 1958.
He is affiliated with many civic
and educational organizations, and
has been the recipient of a number
of citations for community services.
Among these are honors lrom the
Philadelphia Afro American. Pitts
burgh Courier and ’ the Philadel
phia Tribune newspapers. Y. M. C.
A.. Pyramid Club, Women's Chris
tian Alliance, Associated Real Es
tate Brokers of Philadelphia, Na
tional Association of Pet Industries,
Junior Chamber of Commerce of
Philadelphia, Miller Memorial Bap
tist Church, Roxborough High
School Barristers’ Law Club of
Philadelphia and the United States
The Judge is married to the for
mer Miss Virgil Trent and they
have two sons.
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