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RALEIGH. N. C.. SATURDAY. JUNE 8. ISM
(coNTnnro moM r\am i>
for all people,- Crawford Mid
“The main reason I sought the
office was because I wes Just in
terested in good government Al
though I may be ldenified with ■
minority group. I feel that I can
help «U the people."
(CONTINUED FXOM EAOS I'
Hr* situation and la be ready
te make recommendations at a
meeting scheduled far Inly 1.
A member of the committee told
the CAROLINIAN that it was hit
honest belief that the committee
would not only ask for his resigna
tion but would demand it
Many of the students are concern
ed to the extent that some are mis
erable. One parent is known to have
said that his daughter “came home
crying and was all tom up" over
the fart that Massie had Shown
such a defiant attitude toward the
student* and the faculty.
The trustee board is schadulad to
meet at 10:00 A. M. Thursday to
comply with the order of Judge
Raymond Mallard, in hearing the
appeal of Floyd Michael Pierson,
suspended junior, and to digcuaa
the details which led to the demo
tion of Deans George Kyle end Wil
The two ex-deaisa are said te
have been disturbed ever the
alleged statement that they had
not cooperated with the preel*
dent's pragmas sad that was
the heals for hia demoting them.
They have aakad te be head by
the trastea beard aad that Mea
de authenticate hta alleged
statement. Te buttress their
ran#. H la rumored that Dr. Ci
der will have a statement on
their ability, their deration te
their work and tha loyalty that
they demonstrated while serv
ing with him.
The trustees ere expected to
make e statement as to thtir find
ings as soon as tha meeting is over.
It is common knowledge that tha
desire of the president to demote
the two men did not meet the ap
proval of tha entire board
There were some who f*lt that
the prexy's decision to remove the
two men was made too hastily and
without consultation with the men
and other interested persons. It is
rumored that the board might re
ceive a request that Masala be fired
at this meeting.
Stage Fist Fight
iroNTiNVtB ntOM paos n
before the final blew faund Its
mark, and one of tthe many
women inside yelled. "Cell the
police, call the police.'' However,
the cops were net celled, and
may praSent wars seen briskly
leaving tha meeting ream by
Meanwhile, tha Rev. Flaming was
being restrained by Wilay J. La
them, while other* held Mr. Camp
Shortly before the fight started.
Attorney Henry M Sink, campaign
manager for Raleigh Attorney R.
Mayne Albrigh, had left tha meet
ing. after speaking on behalf of tha
unsuccessful candidate (or U. S.
The Rev Fleming wss finally led
out of the meeting, reportedly to
After a short while, the meeting
was again called to order and waa
still in progress when our session
dosed next door.
Between J 5 and SS persona at
tended the meting. Those teen by
this newsman were: J. J. Sarvsom.
Jr, City Councilman John W. Win
ters. J. E Cofield. Val Hamlin. Mrs.
Ruth H Morgan. Wendell; Mr*.
Bertha M. Edwards, Mrs Janet M
Marhena. Mrs. Harvaleigh White.
C. A. (Doll) Haywood, David Lo
renzo Haywood, Jama* A. Shepard.
A. S. Brown, Wiley Latham, the
Rev. naming end Campbell.
B. L. Reiferd, executive sec
retary as tha YMCA, Inf armed a
Tuesday that ha knew nothing
about a right having occurred
at tha -Y" an Wednesday. .
C. A. Haywood, YMCA board of
management chairman, told tha
same representative he "left hur
riedly" before tha fight actutally
ON CNTY BOOZE
(COUTDtoCD ntOM fMI I)
(is Jones. 119 N. Fisher SL. two
founts; Benny 8. Whitaker. TOT E
Lane St. two counts; Vtvlsn
Evans. 1109 8. Haywood Bt. two
founts: John Fred Otles. 9 McMac
Also Novella Canady, 914 Can
ton St. two counts; Samuel
Seans. 1109 8. Haywood. St.; Mat
hew Sanders. 1109 8. Blood worth
It, three counts; Sarah McOill.
39 Cannon Bt. two counts; Pearl
MS a Martin Sttea*^
forth Carolina under the Act at
tart MMina Maatahta
l aa*KS., I Bsta
Iraa sad the Uatted Prasshrtsris
'iS EStSTT,* «,
wspapa" do" not aanfanrUy rt?
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RECEIVES DEGREE Wil
liam E. Davit. Jr., as 2127 Dand
rtdge Dr., Raleigh, has complet
ed the requirements for a Bach
elor of Science degree from the
Agricultural and Technical Col
lege of North Carolina. Greens
boro. with the major of Applied
Sociology. Upon eonformatlon of
hia B.S. degree, which waa con
ferred May >•, he will be com
missioned a 2nd Lieutenant in
the United States Army. He Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Daria. Sr., of Raleigh.
Sanders, 1109 8. Bloodworth. three
counts; Bruce Evans, 721 E Davie
St, three counts.
Willie Thomas 801 8. Person St,
two counts; Mrs. Laurende Dave
n*r. 31 McKee St, James Lassiter.
608 S. Saunders St, two counts;
Mayola Winston. 311 N. Btate St,
two counts; Badger Banks. 807 8.
Person St, three counts; Charles
Williams, 708 Carroll Avenue, two
counts; Dorothy Douglas. 911 Can
nister St, two counts; Marie
Brown. 338 Fowler St.; Myrtle
Winston, 1107 E. Worth; Jenny
Davis. 808 Pugh Bt, two counts;
Nannie Ruth Crowder. 504 Mon
tague Lane, two counts; Leßoy
Wstson. 11091 Blount St, two
oounts; Edward Winston, 311 N.
State St, two oounts; James Me-
Kennte, 3381 Cannon St, two
oounts; Oladys Todd. 801 Bound
ry St, two counts: Grace Alexan
der. 1338 Walnut Bt.
Also Zula Wilson 808 8. West
St.: Clara Bell Holmes. 1317 S.
S. Person St.; Laura Smith 1334
Pender St, two counts; Mary
Jones, 1103 8. East Btreet. two
counts; Ruth Ooodwln. 1108 S.
East St, two cunts; Charles Smith,
1336 Walnut St.: Dorothy Jean
Herndon, 308 W. South St.
IN DEATH OF
(roNTiNUiP rwoM paop n
Funeral services wars
scheduled fur Thursday es ibis
week si 11 s. m. The services
will be held et the Raleigh Fu
neral Home Chapel, with the
Rev. Dr. Paul H. Johnson of
Interment will follow In Mount
RITES HELD FOR
KONTmvCD PROM PAOI I)
Washington, D. C.; Mrs Mildred T
Scai ver and Mrs Mary T. Laws,
both of Raleigh; three tons. Seeton
G. Turner, Jr, Frank L. and Moaea
W. Turner, all of Raleigh; two sla
ters. Miss Phoebe Bell Tumor and
Mrs. Lucy T. Haywood, both of Ra
leigh; two brothers. Grandtson Tur
ner, Jr, and Eugene Turner, both of
Raleigh; eleven grandchildren, and
(CONTINUES TOON PAGE I) .
ly weapon with Intent to UU End
releaaed on bond.
He U expected to face a prelimi
nary hearing before City Court
Judge 8. P. Winbome aoort.
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE IT
It <tood him in good itead when
the U. S. Supreme Court handed
down ita decision outlawing aggre
gation In the schools In IM4.
The next year, he qualified to
practice before the Supreme Court
and hat since been a member of the
North Carolina legal staff of the N
Wheeler Is a life member of the
JOHN H WHEELER
A Wnd degree Mason and Shrtn
er. he holds top poets in the AMS
Church on the local and national
Bom on the campus of Klttrell
College In Klttrell. where his father
eras chief administrator, he grew up
Three schools. Shaw University
In Raleigh. Johnson C Smith Uni
versity in Charlotte and Tuskeegee
Institute in Alabama, have sward
ad him honorary doctor of laws do-
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SHAW STUDENTS RECEIVE JOHN WINTERS ACA
DEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS—Left to ritht: Councilman
John W. Winters of Raleigh, presents Academic Excellence A
wards to Humphrey Mbtua of Kenya, E. A., (biology); Gloria
Freeman, Raleigh, (business); Mary Jenkins, Cameron, (chem
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Lunch To Brighten Rainy Day
i - ci.in bread made with corn n-. iff.n m:x
into three layers. Then put thin ham slices between le- r “d t>-p
the triple-decker treat with peppy whipped mu • ' vo
with spring’s fresh asparagus.
HAM TRIPLF-DFf KF.RS
Makes 8 servings
Com Bread: 2 tablcsprH ■
One 12-oz. plcg (2 cups) mustard
Flako C n ' Vx 1/2 teaspoon onion salt
1 egg 1/2 teaspoon gnrlic salt
1 2/3 cup milk 2 tablespoons butter o.
Vastard Sauce: margarine
3 egg yolka 1 cup whipping cream.
2 tablespoons r. whipped
1 tablespoon w sicr 18 very tkin cooked ham s’ u .
8 tablespoons white vinegar Melted 6«( ter or margarine
Heat oven to hot (400” F.). Prepare mix according to package
directions using egg and milk. Bake as corn bread in 8-incl
i While corn bread 1* baking, prepare sauce. For sauce, beat egc
yolka until thick and lemon colored. Add sugar, water, vinegar
mustard, onion salt and garlic salt. Cook in top of double boilr:
over hot water until thick. Remove from heat; stir in butter. A5 hen
mixture cools, fold in whipped eream.
To assemble sandwiches, cut corn bread into 8 pieces. Split each
piece horizontally to make 3 layer*; place ham slices betwe n layers.
Fasten each sandwich togvther with a toothpick. Brush t ipy- with
melted butter. Bake on ungreased coo-.v sheet m prcher.tcti oven
(400*F.) about 5 minute*. Top with mustard sauce.
I ntapped Itichcs
'lsn « conquests snd his un
finished work in Africa are
}p«ned out for the first time id
a new Is published United Na
tions im enters of the Dark
Fourteen international au
thorities compiled the scientific
catalogue of Africa's geology,
fauna and manpower. The ex
perts concluded that the world's
second largest continent is
probablv first m untapped na
The 440-page volume, titled
“A Review of the Natural Re
sources of the African Conti
nent," was published hy the
U.N. Educational, Scientific
WAGNER SERVED SUMMONS BY CORE OFFICIAL New
York City Mayor Robert Wagner (right) la served a summons—*a
be leavea U. S. Mayor*’ Conference luncheon laat week—by Herbert
Callender deft), director of the Bronx chapter of the Congress of Ra
cial Equality (CORE i. The summons, one was also Issued against New
York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, charged the Mayor and the Governor
with violating a portion of the state labor law which prohibits public
expenditures on projects where racial discrimination Is practiced.
Callender's charges obviously refer to the Terminal Market project,
under construction In the Bronx, where work was stopped for 17 days
earlier this month In a dispute involving four non-white, non-union
plumbers. (UPI PHOTO).
and Cultural Orc.t v.r .
i UNESCO i. Among mate:
—As-recentlv as 1949, on!'
43 percent of Africa had ber •
mapped Even today, an al
-of large-scale maps k -
important areas hinders devel
—Africa's mineral potent
must be surveyed before kne .-
resources elsewhere are dc
—One of the greatest needs is
an educated, skilled African
population trained to make the
best use of the continent '
boundless natural and human
istry); Lena Maffett. Thomasville, (mathematics); and Joe B.
Brown, Statesville, (music). The presentation was made on
Wednesday, May 13, at Awards Day. Councilman Winters was
the speaker on the occasion.
( Buy U.E. SAVINGS)
\ BONDS —TO y
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FOOTBALL PRACTICE. OUCH.
MIAMI (ANP)—Either James Lee
Davis Jr., 26, has a secret yen to
be a football star or he might be a
frustrated cowboy. Davis was walk
ing near the Florida East Coast
railway tracks here last week w hen
a Volkswagon came by. Immediate
ly David made a run for the car
and then dived at it landing across
the hood and cracking the wind
shield. It probably wouldn't have
been so bad had the driver not
been an off-duty deputy sheriff.
The Utter stopped the car and
called police, who took Davis to
the Jackson Memorial hospital for
treatment of his bruises. Then Da
vis was booked at city jail on a
Thick White Fat Back lb. 15c
Fmh Ground Beef lb. 35c or 3 lbs. 99c
Ideal Table Napkins 80 count 10c
Center Cut Pork Chops lb. 59c
White Lace Toilet Tissue 10 rolls 69c
Sliced Pork Liver lb. 25c
Crown Peanut Butter 2 lb. jar 69c
Fresh Picnic Pork Roast lb. 33c
Strawberry Preserves 18 ox. gL 39c
Sliced Pork Steak lb. 43c
Fresh Spare Ribs 35c or 3 lbs. 95c
Good Weiners lb. 39c or 3 lbs. 99c
Open MMMUy Thraagh Friday Until'» P..V.
HORTON’S CASH STORE
14 IS-IT SO SU NDER* ST. RALEIGH. N. C
BY HENRY M. SATTERWHITE
BUNN The Bunn Chapel Sun
day School began at 10:00 a. tn„
with Mr. Phillip Dunston. in charge.
Title «f the lesson was, “This is my
Country." It was enjoyed by all
The sixteenth birthday of Jessie
Ann Crudup was celebrated Sat
urday night at the home of Mrs.
Josephine Crudup. There were 55
guest present. They had a wonder
Some of those present were; Mr
and Mrs. C. A. Floyd of Norfolk.
Va. He is the brother of Mrs. Jose
phine Crudup; Mrs. Etta Sanders of
Durham, who is a sister of Mrs. J
Crudup and her two daughters;
Mrs. Eula Crudup and daughters,
end Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daye both
Mrs. Lizzie Chamber of Bunn
visited her sister, Mrs. Norman Al
len of Raleigh and Mr. John Robert
Mr. Neveta Chambee has return
ed home from the Army.
Mr. Robert R. Hsrtsfield of Dur
ham has returned home.
From Toy To Carttr
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jjjgife gSMkSJ| - ■. X U : "" ■
Hhel. V, :
It ever s young man was des
tined for an engineering rareer, ,
it’s probably the one above,
pictured using his E ector set to
add a motorized mechanical man |
:to his collection of working
models made wt'h the ever-pop- 1
ular career building construc
I Men and boys alike have been
Inspired by Erector, ever since
Its Introduction in mis. Bu' to
day’s se's, like, today's boys, are
sosce minded, and special new
versions are available for crest
ing such space-age projects as a
planetary probe (to explore the
moon surface), a moon bull
dozer (we have to live after we
get there), or a rocket service
enn’ry (that * the bl* equipment
| that puts the rocket in place).
Sure, Sonny wit] have to push
Dad over to build with his own
set: And Dad will And that al
though the principle of hia son's
set is the same as when he was
a boy. the new sets have tapered
girders, shaped pieces and
pistes In color, and Power-Matie
motors. But both ages will find
fun and satisfaction In this ed
ucational product by the A. C.
Coffer Makes The Party
For your next buffet let something “different" in coffee be the
conversation piece! Try decaffeinated eoffee (mgny of your gtSMriO
will appreciate your thoughtfulntee) ae it is served in the Near
East. It’s fabulous!
For the rest of the meal serve your favorite creamed fat or
chicken on rice. Add cooked peas and bite of pimitato to tha rich
for color. For salad, servo froaen artichokes which hove been
cooked; then chilled with garlic dressing. Sounds simple, and it is,
but sparked with a delicious and unusual coffee, it't a grist modi!
BIRTHDAY CAKE: Lemon, Leafy, Lovely!
Birthday cakes are alwtyt pretty special and here's a lerdly
one, charmingly decorated with ‘‘leavee'* ihsteed of T*
B .. . jlfajjr
make the leaves,
tint 1 cup of the 7
minute frosting a
With the rest of the
frosting, fill the
layers and frost top
and sides of cake.
Then, with green
ovals around top
and sides, using
about a tablespoon
for each. Pull the
point of knife
food coloring thru
each leaf to give
2-1/2 cups sifted Swans Down
1-1/2 teespoons double-setir
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1-2/3 cupa granulated sugar
3/4 cup vegetable shortenin
(at room temperature)
Sift flour, baking powder, soda, salt, and sugar. Stir shortening
just to soften; blend in lemon rind. Add flour mixture, butterrillk,
and vanilla and mix until all flour is dampened. Then beat t min
utee at a medium speed of electric mixer, or 300 vigorous atrokaa
by hand. Add eggs and beat 1 minute longer in mixep, or 140 strokes
by hand. Pour batter into two round 9-inch layer pini, which have
been lined on bottoms with paper. Bake at 350* for 30 to 35 piin
utes, or until cake tester inserted into center comes out clean. Cool,
frost, and decorate.
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Lemon Leaf Cake
2 teaspoons grated letv n
’ cup buttermilk
Seven Minute FrosM.
(using 3 Cgg whites)