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CONTEST Pictured above are contestants and their mothers. Seated, left to right, are: Mrs. he
°*ha Debnam and granddaughter, Gloria Pittman ; Mrs. Lula H. Liles and Belva; Mrs. Daisy
Robson and granddaughter , Argela Harris; third prize; Mrs. McDowell and Reginald; Mrs. A/-
i Tr d Pury and Alfred, Jr.; first prize. Standing: Mrs. Dorothy Steward; Eugenia, second prize;
Mrs. Olivia Lucas and Doris; Mrs. Richard Wimberly and Richard, III; Mrs. Joyceline C. Archer
and Amse; Mrs. Sandra C. Lee and Paul Dewey; Mrs. Harold Duran and Pamela. (See story).
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public relations at Saint Augustine's College, presents a $5,000 check to President James A. Boyer
from the C. I. T. Foundation. The grant was awarded on the basis of the college's ability to extract
a similar amount from local businesses.
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Man, 52, Sneaks Into Home Os
Married Stepdaughter And Tries
To Rape Her; Fails, Then Nabbed
year-old Weft Philadelphia man
was arrested and held in SSOO bail
last week after he smashed his 31-
ytar-old stepdaughter over the head
with a beer bottle when she reflat
ed him as he allegedly tried to
rape her in her home.
Scotty Utley was accused of
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sneaking Into the home of the
stepdaughter, Mrs. Muriel Pet
ty, a mother of seven children,
while her husband was away
and trying to fore* relations
When she resisted his advances,
Utley, a solemn-looking character,
angrily smashed her over the head
Alaska’s 7,000 Negro Residents
Almost ‘Forgotten’ By The Press
millions of words have been writ
ten on the Good Friday earthquake
which rocked Alaska, little atten
tion was given in the press to the
approximately 7,000 Negroes who
reside in the 49th State. Alaska
has a total population of 175,000.
The task of telling the story of
Alaska's Negro minority over the
yean has been left primarily to
the Alaska Spotlight, a 12-year-old
weekly newspe published by
George C. Anderson, a former Chi
Anderson points out that almost
5.000 of the states’ 7,000 Negro
residents live in Anchorage.
The Raleigh Oratorio Society win
present Mozart’s ‘‘Requiem” in a
concert here at I p. m. Sunday,
April 19. in the Leßoy Martin
Junior High Auditorium on Ridge
The M-eetce Society and aa
orchestra of 21 pieces will be
free and open to the public.
Soloists for the concert are: Ro
berta Van Schiltgarrde, soprano;
Marilyn' Rash, alto; Joseph Bouc
hard. bass; and Larry Rogers, tenor,
all of Raleigh. Members of the
Society come from communities
throughout the Research Triangle
The "Requiem" is Mozart’s last
work, and he died before finishing
it It was performed at the memo
rial mass in Boston for the late
President Kennedy and was last
performed in Raleigh in 1953.
AKRON. Ohio (ANP)—A 23-year
old ex-Marine reservist who refus
ed an order by his draft board to
report for active duty because of
his Muslim religion, last week was
convicted of evading military ser
vice in U. S. District Court here.
John B. Taylor, member of a
Muslim mosque here, was con
victed by Judge Frank J. Bat
tistl, himself a World War n
veteran, and placed under
fI,9M appeal bond pending a
Claiming rights as a conscientious
objector, Taylor told Judge Bettis
ti he could not serve as a combat
ant or non-convbatant because he
was a member of Elijah Muham
mad's sect and added:
‘‘Our religion is Islam. In Eng
lish that means peace, and peace is
the opposite of war.
Taylor’s attorneys, Edward 3.
Brown and Gerald 8. Gold, also
argued that the draft board refused
to consider his plea for exemption
as a conscientious objector as re
quired by law.
However, assistant U. 8. attorney
replied that the board did not need
to consider Taylor’s plea because
It was made after he received the
On December M. 1941. Draft
Board 111 In Akron ordered
Taylor to report for active duty
on Jan. IS, 1942, because he was
not fulfilling his reserve re
Taylor did net report, but on
Jan. S. 1942, be filed a conscien
tious objector plea.
Taylor admitted that he quit at
tending Marine Reserve meetings
after becoming a Muslim follower
in Feb., 1941. The Muslims seek a
separate state in America for Ne
groes in lieu of freedom and jus
has accepted a proposal to .nominate
one of this year's seniors for a
graduate fellowship at Smith Coi
kge, Northampton. Mass., it was
announced this week.
A similar proposal has been ac
cepted by Spelman College, At
lanta. Ga. Applicants accepted by
the Committee on Graduate Study
at Smith will become Candida ten
for any master’s degree available at
Smith, preference being given to
students who Intend to prepare for
careers in teaching.
I The fellowships will normally
run for one academic year, but a
I student may apply for a second
WINS 4344 PRIZE FOR ESSAT
Purvis, Bennett College sophomore,
of Pittsburg. Pa, has been declared
winner of the 9300 first prim in the
essay division of the annual cre
ative writing competition sponsored
by the United Negro Collage Fund
and the Reader's Digest
Title of the winning assay was
The Language I Bear Everyday.”
with the beer bottle. Inflicting a
deap wound on her forehead which
required 25 stitches to close.
Mrs. Petty was treated at Misert
ocordja Hospital. Her husband. Ha
rold. was furious when he learned
about the Incident.
Utley faces a hearing on April
According to Anderson, there are
70 more places of business operat
ed by Negroes in Anchorage. Fair
banks, Juneau. Soldotna and Ko
There are 33 Negro public school
teachers, A Negro lawyer and a Ne
gro dentist who is a member of
Mrs. Margaret H. Anderson:
4th Grade Teacher At
Dußois Mother Os Yr. T
WAKE FOREST—Mrs Margaret
Hawkins Anderson Is the “Dubois
Baton Corps Mother of The Year.”
She Is a teacher at Dubois High
Mrs. Anderson Is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. James Robert
Hawkins She was bora In Wake
Forest and at an early age she mov
ed to Franklinton where she was
reared and attended Albion Aca
demy and B. F. Person Elementary
An hsnar student of Albion
Academy High Seheel there,
she attended Barber Beetle Jr.
College and Fayetteville State
Teachers College. As a result
of her studies, she earned the
Bachelor of Science degree In
Elementary Education. She
plan' te do further study in
In 1949, Mrs. Anderson was mar
ried to John Bill Andersen of Sum
ter, 8. C. They have two children.
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the Dental Examining Board.
Anderson said Alaska has the
most comprehensive civil rights sta
tues of any state. The executive di
rector of its FEPC Commission is
a Negro. In Achorange, the publish
er declared, the business agent of
the Painter's Union is a Negro.
Jerome and Juanita Anderson. Both
are students of Dubois School
where Juanita is a member of the
Baton Corps, plays a flute in the
band and also plays the piano well.
Jerome plays on the Junior Varsi
ty basketball team and In the school
Mrs. Anderson, s fourth grads
teacher at Dubois, likes people, es
pecially children end cooperates In
many activities to help the com
munity la which she works In her
spare time, she indulge* in needle
work end enjoys the beauty of her
On being Informed of her selec
tion as "Mother of the Year", die
expressed her deepest apprecistion.
Mrs. Anderson was presented a
lovely cake decorated with the
“Mother of the Year” on it
Parents rscelving honorable men
tion were: Mesdames Elisabeth
Forte, Margie Lucas, Katie Messen
burg and Evelyn Jones.
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