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MTATE CHAMPIONS — Sfafe champions in the electric
i demonstrations at the annual 4 -H Club Week observance con
ducted last week at A(sT College receive luggage prises. A. A.
Hathcock, left, reprsentative ol the Tar Heel Electric Association,
Raleigh, makes the presentations to, from lelt to right: Henry Fel
ton and Linwood Jones, both of Hertford, and Misses Jerlean
Eason and Mary Ward, both of Ahoskie.
BY BILL ROBERTSON
(Former Raleigh lie)
nSIBYIAM ... In ”M.
Felipe 4* Neve, Spanish Governor
mt California, leaued a mandate to
establish tha "Puebla de la Reina
4a baa Angeles. The pueblo—later
Lot Angeles was founded Scptcir, ,
bar 4, by 12 settlin' ■■• id Hu ll fanti-
Has. 46 la ail Almost SO per rent o(
|fee adult! and 70 per cent of the
Aildren ware of Negro descent.
Negroes war# among the first aett
lara migrating to California from
Spain and Mexico.
Tha flrat American exploration
in 1641 John C. Fremont, the "path
findar." made hla flrat exploration
of tha Waat In hla official party
wai a free Negro lad of 111, Jacob
Dodaon Os Washington, D. C_ a
volunteer. Re la credited with the
dtaceverr of Fremont Pass near
Feremeet among the early mili
tant newspapers owned and edited
by TTajitisa waa tha Elevator In
■an Franctaeo In Wttl, Biddy Mn
•eaA young Clave woman came to
Loo Angela# She later became
knows Widely-known for her phi
lanthropy. Biddy Mason Is report
ed to have crossed the burning
desert on foot, driving a herd of
aheep behind her master’s wagon;
later eecurtng her freedom through
tha Lot Angeles Courts. Through
hard work, frugal and a shrewd
investor, she amassed a fortune in
Real Estate from her first property
Investment In two lots between
Spring and Broadway, Third and
Fourth Streets in downtown Los
PEOPLE .. PLACES . . THING! . .
The atarry-eyed couples view ing
the heavenly-bodies at the Plan
tarium . . . Griffith Parks new
born grass a delight for the daily
parkntekers . . . The large number
Os flash OOnvertiblcs dashing along
the mainatems wheeled by L. A '*
loveliest . . . The rave notices
veteran screen actress. Msidte Nor
man. a Bennett grad, is receiving
for bar stellar performance in
James Baldwin’s "Amen Corner.”
The Sight of the umpire yelling
"Play ball" at the plush "House
that O’Malley Built” and his
Doddift responding In another
typlott "Bums” early seasonal los
ing streak; but. oh those Angels
R. E. Quinn Furniture Co.
108 E. MARTIN ST. Your Capital City Tel. J-4471
and our favorites, fabulous Willis
Smith and colorful Bo Belinsky . . .
The oldtimerx filling tha park
benches, basking in the sun, remln
scing about the good ole days . . .
Tlit towlitaUcd youngsters tHuckia
bcu.i Finn style) hitch-hiking to
the beaches on week-ends . , .
Charming Diana Watson, popular
schoolteacher spinning around tha
big burg in her colorful T-Bird . .
Bill Hutson and Bill Jones over at
the Tiki Islander Club excited over
the booming business at their pop
ular spa. . . .
A local modeling school recently
held a "Lips snd Eyes" Beauty con
test. bo help me. Its true . . . Aaron
Williams, the sensetionel ventril
qulst, entertaining a large audience
under the stars . . . Schoolteaehets
on the campuses browsing through
travel guldce trying to select that
particular vacation ipot that will
fit their summer budget after sum
mer school . . . The happily mar
ried set saying that Liz’s big flick
should be retitled "Cheatopatra" , .
The pleasant surprise Dodle Evans
found In her garage; a new Grand
Prix, gifted her by hubby. Teddy,
the prominent L. A dentist who
hails from Salisbury, N C. . . .
. . . DASHING ALONG . . .
HUMOR HER . . . The sponsors
of "Mothcr-in-Law-Dayaay. "You
ran get along with your mother-ln
law ts you will humor her" The
mere thought of trying to humor
a mother-in-law cause many a per
son lo shudder
LIN HILBURN ... the distin
guished editor of Bronze America
Magazine has returned to his desk
after a cross-country business trip
re his national publication that
has fast become one of the best in
i the nation Hilburn is a product of
Hampton and USC . . .
DAPHINE FERNANDEZ . . re
! rently arrived In Los Angeles from
London, England, to visit her broth
jer Hewil "Pepe" Fernandez. The
petite barhelorette. says she will
j slay if she finds the Big Town to
: her liking
I BILL WALKER The veteran
screen actor is to be commended
i for hts many years as an ouUtand
i mg performer and as a forerunner
I in helping so many of our current
tap sepia film aetata m,getting a
foothold in the movie industry.
JAMES E. ROGERS . , . haa been
named vice-president of Cal-World
Publishers. Inc., a newly-organized
International book publishing firm
with executive offices in Los
Angeles. William H. Robertson,
noted Hollywood screenwriter
journalist is president of the enter
JUftIUS HIBLER ... The well
known L. A. investment broker is
building an ultra-modern edifice
on S. Western. Completion is due
in the very near future.
MANTAN MORELAND ... re
member him from the Charlie Chan
flicks and other film comedies?
Well, the longtime actor is in the
bast of health and recently cut a
hilarious comedy record for a New
York disk firm. It is Just terrific
I recommend you get it at your
JOAN CRAWFORD . . . whose
first Job was slinging hash in Kans
as City and went on to better things
by becoming one of movielands
queens is reported to be very, very
sick in Cedars of Lebanon Hospi
tal; contrary to reports she has been
hospitalized for a minor check-up
and rest, says my reliable source.
JOHNNY GRANT . . . KMPC top
disc-jockey use to be a semi-pro
TEDDY BUCKNER ... The noted
jazanan's real handle is Theodore
Roosevelt Buckner. Reminds me of
my college classmate whose monik
er was, Theron Algernon Cromarti,
111, who is now a prominent dentist
in Porterville, California.
NOTE STAGE PRODUCERS . . .
This sleeper might havt slipped by
you. It’s “The Grass's Springing"
written by Theodore Labrenz. The
drama is of Negro family life in a
Berkeley apartment-once a luxuri
ous resident area in Los Angeles (it
was torn down several years ago to
make way for a freeway) common
ly known as Berkeley Square where
rich white and Negroes lived for
years. This drama will not only
make an excellent stage produc
tion. but a very good movie.
DORIS HUDSON . . . The former
angeltown charmer is reported now
making Cleveland her home. They
say she is quite smitten with a star
slugger on the Cleveland Indians
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2806 S. WILMINGON ST. • GLENWOOD VILLAGE • CAMERON VILLAGE . • Northslde Centej
ZdTA B®** Sorority
EST Inc., Raleigh
Five charming and talented Ze
ta-Lites of the Raleigh area, ac
companied by Soror Hazel Sor
rell. left the city Saturday, June
27. for Cleveland. Ohio where they
will spend ten days as guests of
that city's unique Karamu The
In keeping with Zeta Phi
Beta Sorority’s national pro
ject, “The retention and Con
trol of Juvenile Delinquency.”
local Zetas are initiating this
activity Into their program at
the suggestion of Kanunns’
Chief Director, Alcutt Saun
ders. Mr. Saunders both un
derstands and sympathises
with Zeta’s national project
for Karamu had Its own foun
tainhead In a similar project
In Clevelands’ roaring third
precinct. Its major objective
to break the stronghold of
crime and poverty on Negro
ROY RICHARDS . . . The hand
some balladeer that was skyrocket
ing to fame several years ago and
suddenly dropped out of sight. Well,
girls he is back. Uncle (Army) Sam
has released him and Roy has re
sumed his singing career. You will
be hearing him at the popular spots
very soon. This boy is just great.
NINO ADELIZI . . . the filmland
stylist-painter is still pinching him
self over the great success of his
paintings that were on exhibit re
cently at a famed movieland art
gallery where many of the West
Coasts top artists displayed their
works. Congrats, Nino.
FROM OUR WAGGISH FRIEND
. . When our first baby was born,
my husband gave me a pair of baby
shoes for my charm bracelet. For
the second baby, the next year, he
added a tiny bassinet to the brace
let. A year later, when our third
arrived, the charm was a sterling
silver STOP sign . . . Thats all for
now. until next week.
and white slum children of the
These five Zeta-Litea from as
many high schools in and around
Raleigh won the right to initiate
this unique phase of Omicron Ze
ta’s program on the merits of
scholarship and talent: Misses
Nathala Deaver. Ligon; Lorraine
Dunston. Bern O'Kelly; Sandra
Mangrtun. DuboL; Joyce, Peterson.
Gamer Consolidated; and Donna
Winters, Cardinal Gibbons
While in Cleveland, the group
will receive home hospitality from
y Jr, *.
Wm L~ a M
ZETA-LITES. CHAPRONE TO OHIO These happy
Zeta-Lites and their chaprone are about to board a bus for Cleve
land, Ohio where they will spend ten days as guests of the Kara
mu Theatre. From left to right they are: Soror Hazel Sorrell,
chaprone, Misses Nathalie Deaver, Joyce Peterson, Sandra Man
gum, Donna Winters and Lorraine Dunston. (See "Zeta Zest for
both white and Negro families.
They will participate in Karamu'a
lively program of modeling, dra
ma. mus'c and dance.
Soror Nora Lockhart has re
turned from a delightful trip to
New York and the World’s Fair.
Boron E. M. M. Kelly and Ruby
McKenny recently spent a few
days tounng Washington. D. C.
Soror Mildred T. James was
called to New York recently due
to the illness and death of her
Soror Mercs Y Toole and fam
ily have Joined their husband and
father in Washington, D. C.,
where they wtll make their home.
Soror Millie D. Vcasey repre
sented the local chapter of the
NAACP at the national conven
tion In Washington. D. C. recently.
Soror Louise Flagg’s represent
ing the Raleigh Classroom Teach
ers at the NEA which is convening
in Seattle, Washington.
Fried Chicken May Have
Caused Fatal Stabbing
ORLANDO. Fla. <ANP>—An
early morning argument, last week,
believed to be over some fried
chicken, resulted in the stabbing
death of Ora Lee Treadwell, 49.
and the arrest of Margaret Tringle,
14, who is in Orange County Jail
awaiting issuance of a murder war
rant by Justice of the Peace J. A.
Bgt Jack Bachman, chief tn
veetigater. Orange County
Sheriff’s Department, said he
wee told the argument started
between the victim and Jethre
Treadwell, the accused's com
mon-law husband, over soma
chicken she was frying far a
second man who has a room In
the same house.
The Tringle woman told Bachman
Soror Doris L. McAdams and
children. Doris and Michael, of
Cincinnati. Ohio, are visiting her
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. W.
Larkin of this city.
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that Jethro Treadwell wss bestir*
her with a stick when the victim
joined in and began hitting her
with a frying pan. At that, she said,
she ran into the kitchen, seized her
“meat knife” and stabbed the
Tread-woman several times in the
neck, shoulder and back. Bachman
said the weapon was a paring knife
with a blade over three inches long.
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