“Negroes Must Be As Concerned Over Doors Now
Open As Those SON Shut” Ramon S. Scruggs
HAMPTON INSTITUTE, V*. -
"Today wo Negroes mint be just a*
—nomad about the door* that are
•pan to us aa about those that are
still shut We must be able to walk
through these open doors with the
knowledge and skill required," as
serted Ramon 8. Scruggs, guest
speaker at the Jubilee dinner of the
Hampton Institute Minister* Con
ference Wednesday evening.
load society far ansUßad wark
far educated, highly skilled
workers. He added that ISO
yean of the degrading expert
enaa of slavery robbed the A
aaarioaa Negro es hope aoM-
GREENSBORO A budget of
noerly 111 1-8 million for opera
tions at AAT College during the
next biennium and proposed
changes which, according to Dr.
Lewis C. Dowdy, president, “will
strengthen the educational program
at the institution,” were approved
last week by the college Trustee
The new budget, the largest
hi the history of the college,
proposes expenditures of $5,611,-
Mt during the 1965-66 year and
58.8M.776 during the year 1966-
•7. Os the amounts, nearly $3,-
IMNI la to be spent eaeh year
In salaries, principally far fac
The Board approved a resolution
which would permit the college to
shift to the semester system, be
ginning in the fall of 1965, repre
senting a departure from the quar
ter system under which the institu
tion has operated since its found
ing in 1891.
The recommendation by Os.
Dowdy for the establiShmept of a
Bureau of Educational Research
and Computer Science was also ap
proved by the trustees. The new
program, to be directed by Dr.
Arthur F. Jackson, former director
of guidance, will not only conduct
internal educational research, but
will also provide specific training
and experience for students in com
puter science, data processing and
research. The program is to be
started beginning with the new fall
term in September.
Mr*. Ruth M. Gore, currently on
the staff, will replace Dr. Jackson
with the new title as director of
counseling end testing services.
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gual eppertuntty lea remark
able demanatratlaa as the Ne
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Mr. Scruggs, who is public rela
tions manager for American Tele
phone and Telegraph Company of
New York, charged the ministers
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BENNETT PARENTS' COUNCIL Some ol the member* of the National Council of Ben
nett College parents, who attended the organisation’s annual meeting in the college's new health
and physical building, are pictured in the main gymnasium. In center of front row is Joseph T.
Harrington, of New York City, council president.
$9 Million Transaction:
Carolina Power & Light Company
Closes Inssuance Os Public Stock
A $9 million-plus business trans
action was completed in Raleigh
Tuesday as Carolina Power 8c Light
Company closed the issuance of
250.000 shares of common stock.
CPItL Treasurer, R. B. Carpenter,
received e check for $9,056,250, in
exchange for the 260,000 shares of
The new capital will be used in
connection with the company’s con
struction program In its 30,000-
square-mile service area in the
Louis V. Button, CPAL beard
chairman, said that reports In
dicate approximately half es the
additional UMM shares offer
ed te the general public were
purchased by residents es the
Carolina*. He aeM almost SO
per cent of CTRL stockholders
John W. Winters
M7 E. Martin Si.
attending their fiftieth annual
meeting on the Hampton campus
with central responsibility in sup
plying the motivation so neadad
fay members of the Negro race.
“The minister has a powerful and
significant position of leadership.
It is true that the sit-ins, marchers,
and demonstrations of the past tew
live In Mi* Carolina*. t
Zack H. Bacon, manager of the (
Raleigh office of Merrill Lynch, '
Pierce. Fenner and Smith, lncorpo- ,
rated, noted that the amount of
22,000 square allocated to his otfic* ;
was over subscribed the day it was <
made available, averaging about 70
College Is Site Os
Betliune Birth Fete
WASHINGTON. D. C. Be
thune-Coofcman College. Daytona
Beach. Florida is the site of the
Mary McLeod Betbune Birthday
Weekend, July 10-11. The memo
rial celebration, organised by the
National Council of Negro wom
en, Is expected to be the biggest
council reunion of current times.
Requests for transportation
and reservations are pouring
lute the Washington, D. C.
National Headquarters from
all over the country. A special
train win leave New York Ju
ly 9th and win stop In New
ark, New Jersey; Philadelphia,
Pa; Baltimore, Md., Washing
ton, D. C.: Richmond, Va.;
Wilimi, N. C.; Florence, S. C.t
and Jacksonvtlle, Fla., euroute
In Wake County:
Community Garden Tour Held
The Puquay-Varina Farm and;
Homs Management Group held its <
Annual Vegetable Garden Tour re
Hie group this year placed em- ]
phasit on planting an adequate size ]
garden in relationship to family;
planting at least fifteen or more <
different vegetables; using recoin- ]
mended varieties; and, planting dlf- ]
ferent dates to provide vegetable* ]
over a longer period of time. >
The group vizi ted the gardens of ;
Mr. Ira Burton, Mrs. Lillie Pretty, <
Mr. and Mrs. Cartes Harris and Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Stevens. Thee* four
home gardens visited exemplified
the objectives the group set up the
first of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Cartes Harris, who
planted nineteen different vegeta
bles and vegetables st three or four
different planting dates, my, "We
can eat like millionaire* If wa
spend a little time on planning. 1
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HOME ECONOMICS AGENTS PROM KENYA STUDY Six home economic* stent*
with the Ministry of Agriculture in Kertys, Airies, ere pureuing courts* in home economic* thi*
summer st AS*T College, in the group, from left to right, ere: Mia* Irene, M. Nferi of Port Hell;
Mi** Florence K. Nguamba of Kitui; Mr*. Etts M. Medete of Kakemegs; Mr*. Rehab N. Ntenge
of Kiambu; Mies Clementine S. Butis of Kapesbet, and Mi** Prises N. Ni/agi of Meru,
yean have been a vital element In
progress achieved. However, soma
of us must talk and plan and give
leadership to less spectacular tasks
if continued steady progress is to
"Not ell of organized labor's gains
wen made on the picket lines," he
added. “Nor can this be true for
Negroes," he stated.
shares per customer.
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner It
Smith and R. S. Dickson It Com
pany, Incorporated, were principal
underwriters for the transaction.
Wachovia Bank and Trust Com
pany was transfer agent, and First-
Citizen Bank and Trust Company
to Daytona Beach.
The three-day conference head
ed by Mias Dorothy I. Height. Na
tional President. National Council
of Negro Women will Include:
business meetings, speeches work
shops and recreation on Bethune
In a special message to NCNW
members. Mias Height said. “The
Senate of the United States pass
ed the Civil Right* BUI end now
we seek successful compliance
with the Civil Rights Act.
“This matter le >f such great
Importance that we are holding
our Bethune Birthday Weekend
conference when women from all
parts of the country will be work
ing around the theme "Women in
the Quest for Equality.”
planting, raising, and harvesting
Persons who attended the tour
were: Mrs. Ezola Speed; Mrs. Madge
Burton; Mrs. Lillie Pretty: Mrs.
Matilda Montgomery; Mrs. Nessl*
Johnson; Mrs. Odell Thorpe; Mr*.
Cllffe Young; Mrs. Annie Walker;
Mrs. Roberta Dewar: Miss Linda
Dewar; Mrs. Alii* Harris; Mr. Ire
Burton: M. W. Askew, assistant
agricultural extension agent; Mr*.
Mary B. Graham, associate home
economic* extension agent.
Monthly earnings in Ceylon
average Ihe equivalent of $7, with
a low of s4l* a month for unskilled
labor. Contributions to CARE’s
Salt-Help Program send vocational
tools to train workers for better
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISER*
Alumnus Os Yr. *:
Prominent Raleigh Attorney Fred
J. Carnage recently became the
first southerner to be named “A
lumnus of the Year" by his alms
mater, Morgan State College, Balti
The plaque was presented by
President Martin Jenkins during
commencement exercises at the col-
lege. The local lawyer also received
other recognitions during the Annu
al banquet at Morgan. His wife,
Mrs. Mary E. Carnage, was on hand
to see her husband receive thia co
A graduate of Morgan's class of
1923, Fred Jonathan Carnage later
entered Howard University, Wash
ington, D. C., from which he was
graduated in 1926 with the L.L.B.
He has practiced law here for 30
years. Carnage is the first and only
Negro on the Raleigh School Board.
a position he has held for thirteen
He also serves on the Board of
Directors of the Bloodworth Street
YMCA, Board of Director* of the
Wake County Red Cross, Cancer
Society and United Funds of Ra
Carnage finds time In hi* busy
schedule to teach bustness law and
insurance at Saint Augustine's Col
lege. He is a Mason. Shriner and a
member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fra
He has served as an elder In Ihe
Davie Street Presbyterian Church
for m re then 25 years. A new Jun
ior high achool. now being built
here will bear the name of Fred J.
Carnage Junior High School.
Yes, We All
The manner of the Spartan's e
lection was as follows:
The people being called togeth
er. some elected persons were
looked up In a room near the
place of the election, ao oontrived
that they could neither see nor be
seen, but could only hear the
noise of the assembly without—
tor they decided this, as most
other affairs of moment, by the
shouts of the people. This done,
the competitors were not brought
in and presented all together, but
one after another by lot. and
passed In order through the as
sembly without speaking a word
He who was found to have
the meat and loudest accla
mations was declared senator
duly sleeted. Thus we have the
term “voting by acclamation”
—which means voting hr
“Aye” and “No.” ar the Hying
For my parliamentary law chart
of motions, tend one dollar to
cover cost of printing and hand
ling to Dr Marcus H. Boulware,
Florida ARM University. Box
310-A, Tallahassee. Florida—323-
07. This chart answers six things
about 3* motions.
DESEGREGATION Is moving »-
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seen using a deer crossing. CATHO
28 Methodist Ministers From
Six States, D. C. At Bennett
Methodist ministers from six
states and the District of Colum
bia are attending the annual Bal
timore Area Pastors School at
Classified as “supply” pastors,
the ministers are required to com
plete four summers of study be
fore being approved. According to
Dean Edward D. McOowan, ol
Washington, D. C., 10 of the group
will complete their work this sum
mer and will be granted certifi
cates at “commencement" exer
cises to be held on July 16.
In this group will be the one
woman attending—Mrs. Prances
Lambert, of Wachapreague, Va
whoee husband Harvey, la also
completing his fourth summer of
work. The ministers who oome
from three conferences are reg
istered as follows:
Delaware Conference: Howard
Barclay. Horn town, Va.; William
H. Black, Cheater. Pa.: Calvin C.
Byrd. Delmar, Dels.: Thomas Car
ter, Philadelphia, Pa.: Wallace L.
Greene. Preston. Md.: Mrs. Fran
oee Lambert and Harvey J. Lam-
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