RALEIGH, N. C„ SATURDAY. JULY M. IM4
Women Educators Will Tour The Holy Land Soon
National Council Os Negro
Women Set Long Journey
WAAHntOTON. D. O.—Marlon
H Jackson. Director of Tour Pro
cram. National Council of Negro
women. Inc. win lead a group of
Educator* from aeroaa the nation
on a tour of the Holy Land, de
parting from New York, July 10.
The tour will start at Tel Avir,
Israel and continue with stops in
Nasareth and Tiberias, Israel. Bei
rut. Lebanon, Jerusalem. Jordan.
Rome. Italy, norence, Italy. Ven
ice, Lucerne, Switzerland and Par
During the tO-day-tour. the
women will see sight* of an
cient rains that will add a
holy atmosphere to the trip.
The tour will follow the now
famous route of the pilgrimage
Threatens To “Kill My Worn i”
From Jail Cell, Does, Returned
MIAMI. Fla. (ANPt—A man who
threatened from a jail cell to "kill
my woman" when he got out. made
good the threat and was back in
jail on a murder charge this week.
Metro police said Rufus Stance!
V. surrendered shortly after he
tired five shots at Barah Pender,
Loos tad In «4« acres of Flushing Meadow Park, th* alto es the I
first New York World’s Fair, th* 1964-1165 Fair will run to funday. 1
October 11, In IM4. It will reopen the following year on April 21
and cloewfor good on Sunday. October 17, 1945. During its two g.l
IT"?’ th erpnalMnn aeaaona the
Fair will operate dally, including
funds and holidays, for the
•ditto; ,an and entertainment of
the millions of visitors expected
to pass through its gatsa. It is
■ aatlmatad that more than
70,000,000 admission tickets will
have baa. sold before the Fair
•loses !b IMS.
WKh mar* than M% sf Ma at
tractions entirely free, an ad
mission ticket te the Fair spans
Mora en the greatest •nterteliw
m*nt bargain In hialery.
Phowa. sonesirta. •nro.
• problem of ohoto* amidst tbs
plethora ts .rati, offerings.
Among the highlights es «m
tree events are those apaneerad
bp the Fair Haalf. Within the
•ln#*r fewl, a* I*ooo-east ape.
•tr stadium, and the *OOO asm
reefed Fevfttee, will bo .pro-
se U.S, oympte trials and Na.
Moral A.A.U. ohamplonohlp*
folk fwtlval* . ehureh eholra,
M. eonoorta, spmphenlo oreheo.
tree end horinr shop guortata.
Visitors trio as* oar country's
bop athlete*, Japanese Judo ex
ports, Danish gymnasia and
ntbor teams from all ovtr the
world. There will be American
•floors dancing, and folk dano.
•re and singers repreaacting
Almost all of the ethnic troop*
In th* country. These will he
Mfmantad by guest perform
ance* of such celebrated artists
is Victoria da los Angeles and
Yoon* premising Jam mual.
•lane will make their debuts In
• aeries es Jass cone art* and ex.
•oriented professionals such ss
Louis Armstrong will add te the
listening pleasure es “swinging
The famed Mormon Taber,
•solo Choir will be heard several
time* at th* Fair aa will other
rated church choirs.
Various states will be repre
•••ted by their symphonic or.
•heotrae and by college and high
•sheet eherol groups and bends.
One of the featured attractions
will be performances hy the
International Youth Symphony |
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108 B. MARTIN BT. Your Capital City Trl
of the Pope.
The group will be entertained
through a series of receptions,
seminars and meetings with world
famous personalities which will
Include a private audience with
HU Holiness Pope Paul VI.
Among the educators will be
Mrs. Alice P Allen, Birmingham.
Ala.; Mrs. Ethel P Bane. Nash
ville, Tenn.; Dr Ruth Allen Fou
che. Chicago. HI.; Mrs. Oljrve M
Henderson, New York; Mrs. Ruth
Caston Mueller Los Angeles. Cal ;
Mrs Evelyn M Samuels. Brook
lyn. N. Y.; Dr Beulah Carr, Win
ter Haven. Fla.; Mrs. Pari M
Fisher, Brooklyn. N Y and Miss
Oerri Major. Johnson Publica
tions. Miss Major will cover the
tour for Jet-Ebony Magazines.
27 year* old. hU common-law wife,
as she hid In her bedroom in su
The threat wsa made Thursday
while Stancat was being held for
ignoring a traffic warrant The
woman's brother-in-law by her
earlier marriage was in the same
Orchestra ondsr tits leaifsrrMp
of Interieehsn’s Joseph M y.
Male voices will add a ' loi
accent In a program arranged,
by the Society tor the Preserve- .
tlon and Rnoouragament of Bar.
bersbop Quartet Singing and la
another competition, accordion
ists from all parts of the United
States will compete for honors,
ottmaxed hy a stellar concert
featuring America’s foremost
masters of the Instrument.
Pretty girts wiN shew tbolr
•kin lo baton twirling and fa
mono drill teems wilt demon.
•Arete their dleotpltned prank
«w OMes Berrios Woridb
FWr Band, under the leadership
of rated bandmaster Paul La
vofle offers aovarnl oencerts
dally and tfc* Nerveless Nooka
Bwleo acrobats, term visitor*
tear ttmra n day as th*r psrtom
ate. UMbot high potam
NlfMfl there are .iikuhi 1
founts hi shows with taped
musts and dasaaWng fireworks
aoeempaeying brilliant water
patterns. And from Memorial
Day te Labor Day, there wMI ho
dancing under the stare te the
music es Ouy Lombards and bln
Among the free nttraettcra
•ponaored by exhlbttosa, the
most popular have been tun.
plea of “audlo-aalmatronlea* 1
created by tbs master showman.
Walt Dlanoy. A startlingly Ufa.
like Lincoln stands, gestures and
talk* In th* Pavilion of Illinois. 1
In th* Ford Pavilion's Magic
skyway ride, Falrgoers era
taken on a fantasy Journey from
th* prehistoric past. Inhabited
by families of animated oav*
men and hug* premltlve mon
sters to a world of th* ftitura.
Life else, moving and "talk.
Ing” figures perform en a series
es etagoe In Oeneral Klectrie'e
Carousel Theater, Additionally,
a spectacular shew ale* created
by Disney, deplete man'* eeareh,
t* ham**# nature’s energy
sources and la culminated by
the first public demonstration
es controlled nuclear fusion.
White Restaurateur Jailed For
Hammer-Beating Os News Photogs
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. < ANP)
Herman (Red) Muir, owner of
Muir’s Restaruant, followed his At
lsnta counterpart Lester Maddox
of Maddox’s Restaurant, in prevent
ing integration of his eating estab
lishment here last week. But Muir
went a bit further than Maddox,
and now is under arrest charged
with assault in the hammer-beat
ing of a Negro and a white news
Where Maddox contented him
self with threatening integration
ista with a pistol and prancing a
bout urging white persons to make
use of ax handles he had laid up
foi such an eventuality, Muir went
ill out and used a tack hammer on
Ellsworth Elvey of Princess Anne,
and an unidentified photographer
for the Salisbury (Md.) Times.
The Incident began whan
■even Integratlonlsta (fenr
Negroes and three white*) en
tered the restaurant In a teat
of the nawly-atgned elvU right*
law. Malr’a daughters, Anne
and Sharasi, started te take the
orders es the group, but stepped
Jail and heard the threat.
“I did It because I loved her,”
police quoted Stancel as saying.
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when white patrons began te
leave and their mother told
them to let their father handle
This is where Muir broke into
the act, by rushing into the restau
rant area and grabbing a short
club to beat the seven integrations
about the shoulders.
Elvey got up and ran from the
diner, across the street, toward a
crowd which included newsmen
Muir followed, snatching up a tack
hammer from a parked pick-up
truck on the way. Catching up with
Elvey, he struck him with the ham
mer. and then hit a photographer
who sought to photograph the in
Witnesses say that Muir shouted.
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Simon Stubbs, new pastor of tha
i Upon his arrest four of his vie
, tims filed assault charges against
him. and Magistrate Beverly Hol
and set July 22 for a hearing of
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