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MOTHER OF N. C. CADET ATTENDS AWARDS DAY
CEREMONY Mrs. Myrtle Stepp of Winston-Salem, looks
on while her son, Cadet Sgt. Henry L. Stepp, receives the Out
standing Cadet Award tor ROTC Cadet Counter guerrilla Com
pany during the recent Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Annual
Awards Day at Florida AkM University. Presentor of the award
is Erelson W. Knowles, Tallahassee businessman, who annually
contributes a trophy for the ROTC event.
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THEOLOGICAL ALUMNI MEET AT S HAW These
are some of the Theological Alumni who met on Shaw Univers
ity's campus, Wednesday, April 1, to observe their Twenty
fourth Annual Theological Alumni Day observance. Third on
Here are aathertteUve u<
■wer* by the Veteran* Admin*
tatratlon to queatlona from for*
mer aervieemen and their fa*
Q —How much b paid to a war
orphan or eligible peacetime or*
phant taking part in the VA's Or
phan* Education Assistance pro
A—Students enrolled in the VA’a
War Orphans Education Assistance
program may receive sllO a month
for up to 36 months of achooling or
Q —l have never asked the VA
for anything, but I am a war vet
eran. Can I get a free physical ex
A—You can get a free emami
nstion but it wiil have to be in
connection with your application
for some sort of benefit such as
hospitalization or to determine if j
some condition you have may be
found to be service connected. A
free examination cannot be had for
some private purpose of your own.
Q —Some years ago, the VA de
nied my claim for disability pen
alon. I am becoming increaseingly
worse. What steps can I take to
have my claim considered again’
A—Write or visit the VA office
which previously studied your
claim and enclose a statement from
your doctor as to the nature of your
disability and its increasing ser
verity. The VA will then send you
PROUD MOMENT — Mrs. Emma Bright, left, of Greensboro, who had just seen her daughter,
Helen, center, receive her cap and gown at Senior Day exercises at Bennett College, chats with her
and two of her friends—Misses Cassandra Bowen, of Nashville, Tenn., and Carolyn Williams, of
Morganton, during banquet sponsored by sophomore class recently.
St. Augustine’s Receives
Two Additional Grants
An announcement from the office
of the president reveals that Saint
Augustine's College has received
two additional giants from the Na
tional Science Foundation to sup
port math and science programs at
Saint Augustine's. This brings the
total number of grants received
the Foundation to five.
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1964 POLIO DRIVE A SUCCESS
The Wake County Chapter of the I
National Foundation of March of
Dimes, under the leadership >t
Myron C Banks, campaign director, j
was very sucessful, the drive total- !
ing over $15,000 00. Contributions j
from Negro communities slon*
totaled ovrr SIOOO 00 Other contri
butions came from ten suburban ,
communities, theatres, door to door
collections, personal donations, spe
cial gifts, coin containers and
The overall results of the 196 s
campcign, now in process of clots- .
ing out. slso show definite increase
in contributions. Those still desiring
to contribute should mail their I
funds to March of Dimes. P O.
Box 1144, Raleigh, N. C
Your Polio contribution has a far
reaching effect. You will find be
low Informston which might give
you eniightinent as to where your
Continuing patient aid for paraly
tic Polio patients who do not have
insurance or other resources; Re
search and professional education
(scholarship program) operated on |
a County basis; (Wake County has j
five scholar winners); Sponsors l
and aupporta Salk Institute for bio
logical studies; Sponsors and sup
ports Birth Defects Special Treat
ment Center at Chapel Hill; and
Special Treatment Center for Arth
rdis now in operation at Bowmen-
WHERE MONEY GOES: 25 per
cent —Medical Research, remainder
divided 50-50 with National Head
quarter*. The 50 per cent that re
mains in the County is spent on
patient care and scholarship*.
front row (not a theologian), is Dr. Nelson H. Harris. The 7th
and eighth persona identified are speaker Dr. M. M. Fisher of
Durham, and the Reverend A. D. Logan, president of the organ
isation. (See story).
The largest at lha two grants is
in the amount of $5,920. The grant
will be used to finance an In-Serv
ice Institute in Mathematics for 30
carefully selected secondary school
teachers of mathematics September
19, 1964, through June SO, 1965.
Those who participate In the
Institute will be able to take a
course In Basic Concepts of Modern
Algebra the first semester and a
course in Probaluity and Statisti
cal Inference the second semester.
Five thousand seven hundred and
irn dollars has been alloted by the
National Science Foundation to sup
port an In-Servica Institute in
Mathematics for elementary teach
ers and supervisors, September 19,
.9114, through June 30, 1965.
This award makes it possible
for the College to bring thirty
participants to the College each
Saturday morning from 9:30 to 11:20
io receive Instruction in Modem
.Mathematics as well as Basic Con
vnts of Informal Geometry.
Both Institutes provide a teat
look alowance of $lO for each par
:cipant and travel up to seven
cents per mile.
Th* total amount received by
•he College from the National
Science Foundation now stands at
j ri07.930 Dr. P. R. Robinson is direc-
I tor of both programs.
A special ‘ thank you” Is extend
ed to all mothers and other march
ers who marched to put the cam
paign over the top and in a posi
tion to carry on with the expanding
program and the continuation of
patient aid, those (till suffering
the ravishes of crippling polio.
On Tuesday night, April 14. at
7:30 p. m„ a meeting will be held
at the Caswell Building for the
purpose of election of officers,
scholarships, campaign expense*
end final reports, and plans for th#
1965 March of Dimes Drive.
Terms To Suit You!
0 14 and If MCH TDtBI EE-CAPPED
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TO PHILADELPHIA Or.
Nelson 11. Ilarria. head of the Di
vision of Education at Shaw Uni
versity. has been Invited to at
tend the Cooperative Manpower
Conference to be held In Phila
delphia, Pennsylvania on April
10, 11, and 12. Also Dr. Harris
haa been Invited to Florida AA-
M University as guest professor
of the Graduate School, from
June IS through August 10.
JUDO WIFE WINS CRUELTY
LONDON (ANP»—Mrs. Mar
garet Laura Lane Jacobs, 29. of
Lewisham, won an interlocutory
divorce degree before Justice
Cairns here recently on a charge
of cruelty, despite the counter
charge of her husband. William
Frederick Jacob*. 32. that she is a
Judo expert Jacobs accused his
wife of using judo tatle* on him
whrn they got Involved in family
squabbles He told the court that
in an argument over a cup of cof
fee, he slapped her, and she
promptly threw him over her head
and out the door However. Mr*.
Jacobs testified that she learned Ju
do as a protection against her hus
band’s frequent assaults upon her
She testified with the support of
witnesses that he had attacked her
three times when she was pregnant.
RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY. APRIL 11. ISM
CONVICTED BY A NOSE-PRINT
HAMILTON, Ont, Canada (AN-
P i— Miss Kathleen Leßlanc, 23, was
rnce an ardent dog fancier, but all
i hat's changed now. Mi* Leßlanc
was arrested by police as she walk
ed down the street carrying a Pom
eranian named “Monty" in her
arms. Now Monty waa part of the
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loot In a Mg robbery at a fashion*
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court police produced aa evidence
the noee-print of die dog that had
been stolen, and it matched exact
ly with -Monty-- HU owawa had
had him noaeprintad tor identifi
cation when they purchased him.