RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY. AUGUST 29. 1964
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Greensboro. fC. C- mi Jofcnion
C. Smith University, Charlotte,
N. C He received his B. f. de
gree from Haw York Cstrml
tjr, and did farther stud? at (ha
Atlanta School of Social Work.
Atlanta. Ga.. the Nest York V
nlvertity’s Graduate School of
Arts and Science.
He brings to the 25.000-member
erpinixation a wide experience of
work m Social Service*.
He served a* executive aacreti.ry
of,Urban League of Phoenix. An
aong. USO director, under YMOA
Sponsorship; Dean of Meu. Ala
bama State College. Montgomery.
Ala He studied as a National Urlan
League Fallow at Atlanta Univer
sity School of Social Work: director
of Social Service*, at the New York
City Penitentary, and a social work
er at the New York Training School
for Boyi. Ha ia an elder in the Silo
am Presbyterian Church. Brooklyn,
N Y He is a Maron, an Elk, and
quite active in the NAACP and a
Life Member of the Urban League
He is married to the former M rs
Minnie Johnson, of Lynchburg. Va.
They reside at ISA Willoughby Ave ,
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Tm» very flavorful but not ton »we»t rAlain bar rooky I* perfect
to sthve with lent tot or lemonade Ita Interesting now tasty flavor
1* edhleved by baking the oata and walnuts in a hot oven before
• tlrrfng them Into the dough.
Tho California raisins are chopped lightly to let the taste eur.
prlstag flavor distribute throughout the bars. Notice the simple
directions for ahaplng and cutting the raisin toasties, if you
prefgr the same dough may be used for drop cookies.
FROSTED RAISIN TOASTIES
1 cue Cslifernla seedless 9 eggs
• seisms 7', cups sifted flour
t cups relied eats 1 teaepoen cede
1 cup broken walnuts ', teaepoen salt
1 sup shortening (pert 1 teaepoon cinnamon
. Suttoe or margarine) !» sup milk
> dupe brown auger (packed) Olase
Chop raisins lightly. Spread oats end walnuts on baking eheet:
toast lightly In hot oven (400 degrees F.) about I minutes. Mend
V together shortening end euger; beet In egg* one at e time. Sift
together flour. sods, salt and cinnamon. Add to sugar mixture
alternately with milk: stir in raisins, toasted oats and walnuts.
Divide, into I parts; chill dough. Roll each pleee into long roll
1-iaep In diameter and about IS Inches long Place two stripe on
oach;lighUy greased baking sheet Press to flat 4.lnch strip with
rullsc pin. Bake la moderately hot oven (STS decrees P.) It ,t«
.11 ■nates. While still warm brush with glass made by combining
£ otfted powdered sugar with S tablespoons hot water. Sprin.
«• tgfth raisins: turn raisins to coat with frosting. Cool. Cut each
•trip. Into it diagonal slices. Makes i doten.
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the Empire fefttt* ButldMc to fllarainete the facade of the world's
imm and fbetora combination providing the high lighting intcn
a' i/tir dirk. 9
Brooklyn. The couple has made
great contributions to the church,
fraternal, political, end civic Ufa of
all the communitiaa in which they
Meares comes to the highest of*
fice in the fraternity after having
served as Ist Vice Grand BasHeus
for 3 years. His most outstanding
work is believed to have been in
the development of the National
Talent Hunt, which conducts a tal
ent hunt program in all the high
schools of the Nation in an effort
to inspire gifted high school stu
dents to continue the quest for
reaching their desired goal.
J. B. Blayton. successful business
tycoon, Atlanta. Ga, was re-elected
Keeper of Finance lor the 33rd
time, unanimously Audrey Pruitt,
Oklahoma City, Okla, was also
unanimously elected editor of the
Oracle, the official organ of the
Ellt* F. Cerbett, Greenebeee.
N. C, farmer editor of the
Oracle, was elected Ist Vice
Grand Basilens. The eloooet
vole was for 2nd Vice Grand
Paslleu*. Dorsrv W. Miller,
Morehouse College. Atlanta.
Ga.. nosed our Edwin Rapp.
Howard University, Washing
ton, D. C.. by a vole of 142 to
Marion W Garnett. Chicago. HI.
outdistanced Carl, A. Earles. Los
Angeles, California, tor Grand
Counsellor in a heated race,
MISS B. STEVENS
(CONTINUED fIIOM PAD* It
Welt She attended Washington
Elementary, Lucille Hunter and
the J W. Ligon High School After
graduating from the latter insti
tution. she entered Spelman.
There she received the highest
elective office that a student can
hold, she Served as president of
the Student body during the 1961-
64 academic year. Last summer,
Miss Btevens received a grant to
study International Politic# and
Democratic Theory at Harvard
She completed her undergradu
ate work at Spelman In three and
one-half years and was employed
... wbjMj&HkK a ™
With the eid of * tape measure: actor Jeaa Pierre Aomoat sizes
an Margaret Weiskopf* lege, adjudged the prettiest at the
• New York World's Fair ia a contest for hostesses at industrial
and national pavilion*. In winning over 20 other flnsllsta, Mar
garet received S3OO, three dozen pairs of stockings of Du Pont’s
mw "Cantrece” nylon, and a kiss from Mr. AetnonL Bhc to 19
and soon will start her junior year at New York University when
•he l« majoring in-fashion merchandising.
by tbs Legal Defense and Educa
tional Fund of New York City In
February of this year.
For the past six months. Miss
Stevens has been traveling
throughout the South for the
Fund as Its Southern School Co
ordinator. Her Job has been to
work with the 120 cooperating
lawyers of the Fund in an effort
to further school desegregation In
Miss Stevens is the first south
ern Negro who Is the product of
a segregated education system ev
er to be accepted at the Harvard
DIVORCEE IS .
(CONTINUED PROM PAO» tt
A/ter betas treated for shoek
in SL Francis hospital, Evans
ton. oho Identified Newton
from photos of driver* on doty
at tho time. .
Later, when Neweon was arrest
ed. she identified him in person
fiom her hospital bed. and also
id nttflsd a pocketknife. found in
his possession, as the one he used
to threaten her.
IN ROUGH SPOT
ItaKfUi'Mi OUIM pei.R I*
rhiding President Lyndon B.
Johnson—the party's hop* for
loodorship daring the next fenr
yooit. The “llly-whit##“ have
not elgned or taken this “loyal
ty" oath (Monday night). The
integrated FDPs maintain that
th* regular white Demo rafrtad
the pledge after taking H gor
ing a previous (IM9) election
year, and express th* eeovtcUea
that might, egata. do to bacons*
they have continued Stele Con
fab (really an adjourned eea
*l*n) coming up after the no
As w* Interviewed courageous
Aaron Henry, th* man who has
boon Jailed many times, had his
home and store bombed several
time*, plus other harassment*, it
was encouraging to note th# firm
re*! and conviction shown as h#
answered reporters' questions; and
th* reverence his followers (tome
230 In all) had for him.
Right by his side as they came
from Credentials Committee meet
ing Monday afternoon waa Mrs.
Fannie Lou Hamer, whoee testi
mony of Mississippi brutality (al
leged) brought tears to th* eyes of
many, especially when sh* alleged
that she was set upon and beaten
by colored convict* at the direc
lon of whit* officers after she had
registered to vote
Mrs Hamer said "Some solution
must be arrived at regarding th#
seating of the Freedom Democratic
Itorty 61." or "Wc arc prepored to
go to th* floor in an effort to gain
It because we are not her* to take
a bock seat" Sh* continued. TWe
are here to be seated because wt
contend that thoa* who murder,
kill, lynch and keep people from
voting should not represent all of
u*“ Then ah* praised Mr. Henry
for his courageous work
Henry had stated that he was go
ing to attempt to t*U his delegation
on accepting a compromise it it
gov* each delegation equal repre
sentation The results had not been
announced Monday midnight. Hen- j
ry claimed IT vote# supporting a
floor fight which the convention
waa trying hard to avoid.
Thor* were many whits* among
Dm CORE-SNCC group* backing up
the colored FREE-DEM*.
Baprmntattva Adam C Powell.
Jr. (D-NY) told newsmen; “Ala
bama should be seated if they giv*
* loyalty oath" but Mtseiseippt
should be allowed to let a bunch
of hoodlum* John Williams and
Senator Eastland run th* State.
Mward Brown said; W* cannot
000 why th* Convention cannot
support th* Freedom Demo because
wo have o legal position and our
sane* I* Just Brown to a SNCC
loader along with bSokslty Cor
miehoot of NYC Brown to from
Grant Hankins Indianapolis, tad.
• national committeeman, gold our
okl Mad A»ty. Charles Quincy
Mottocok* formerly of Washington.
N. C and Backy MountltC. to
still doing well to tow end root
also with the Rooster delegation.
It read: "ttehfwster to K OoM-
water in 69; Bread and Water la
'66." Charles R Darden, president,
Meridan. Mias. NAACP chapter and
national NAACP Board member
was present Tommy Armstrong,
16-year-older, was along with CO
FO rights fighters, including NAA
Harold D. Ruby. Tupelo, Mis*,'
is a SNCC leader who raaambtes
the late Medgar Evers.
We talked with Mrs. Emma D.
Saunders. Jackson, Miss.; Mr*.
Lula Johnson, Greenwood, Miss.;
Mrs. M. A. FheJpe. on alternate
delegate, said they had more Olgn
era to tad MFP petition than need
Joseph E Each. Jr. to th*
dynamic attorney and credsiij
tiele committee whose also s
member aud numiii'pitvt, fur
the MFDF* who seems to be
giving o good account of him
self aa ho troubles the Crod
Cam and Si* satlro conven
tion trying to seat th* FDP.
Frank Sumner. Vicksburg; Wil
liam Scott. Indltpola and Joseph
Broodwater, Jackson, wore among
those showing enthusiasm tor tho
cause of freedom. Some of the
adults helped - th# COHE-SNCC
group maintain a quiet fttdown
demonstration on the BoArdwalk
Church of God in Christ (white)
minister was along with th* pro
testor! of segregation.
The Mils, contingent was boused
(principally) In a colored hotel.
The Gem, 623 Pectfic Avenu*-
A few of Lincoln Rockwell#
Nazi Party man were reportedly
roughed up and arrested principal
ly for their own protection after
being set upon by LBJ admirers “
the Nazi sought to defame Presi
dent Johnson with sn offending
placard which was stomped, torn
and burned by loyal Democrats. All
delegates and observers were regis
tered before entering th# conven
tion This called for advene# con
tacts being made if you wanted to
go In Either way from Monday on
the Freedom Delegation feels it
has won * sign, fleant victory be
cause it hee climbed farther on th#
political ladder than any other
Negro group since Reconstruction
The Freedom Democrats carried
a huge banner reading, "free Mis
sissippi." ■» they sought recogni
tion *t tho Convention.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
One* they got off the bus. Lee
stated, the four boys kicked tn Its
door and followed it for several
blocks la on automobile, firing
■•They had all been drink
ing when they boarded the
hoe.” stated th* driver. "They
woe* tend and bototerooo and
Ming Umt foulest language I
ever heard—Just euretag some
The four proceeded to th* rooi
of th* bua where six teenage (trig
were seated, began molesting the
girls and triad to force themoslves
Two of th* boys then went
to the window of tho bM and
started shooting at poaooraby.
Th* teaMasto throw th* forty
ppMssigm into panto and thay
began to rash for the daw.
Shortly after th* shooting start
ed. Lee reported, several Negro
women oho ted. "Protect the driv
er. they're going to kill the driv
er." He stated the women huddled
around him then, pushed the
youths away and wouldn't let
them get to the front of the bus.
(CONTINUED FROM F 4OR 11
Summer School war not In opera -
tton. During hie second year, he re
activated ft and has seen hundreds
of Inaervice teachers complete re
cutromonto for thofr bachelor's de
Da tao moon tana, he organized
on ottaetfvo extension program
which woe oonsMorod the boat oad
most extensive to North Carolina.
At the tome Dr. Hants ease*
te_ the wolvswtoy. tee teacher
low oto. mTmwx th* panto
where to to isiigntoH by odn
eotero to an oiMf the 6tete so
O. «. A. Each year, nearly afl
120 Negroes Attend Democratic
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. <HPD
The 1964 Democratic National con
vention. which opened its teutons
hare Monday. Auguet 34. had 000
of the largest groups of Negro dele
gates ever to participate tn tho na
tional convention of a major party.
Thor* wore 120 regularly (looted
Negro delegatee tad sßarnata*
drawn from 30 states, tnchsdtag
several from the deep South. They
numbered among their midet mints
tors, physicians, buataaes and pro
fessions leaders, aa wall as house
Negro leaders^ pjwttoJjMtogJto
war* the five Negro Caagram
■is Err William L. Dowten.
eratto Notional leinmHtesi
Charles C. Diggs, Jr. MteMgaa;
Adam Clayton Foweß. Now
York: Robert N. O Nix. Ftam
sylvinla; and AagitofM F.
Nationally known state tester*list
ed u delegates were Gerald Lamia
State Treasurer, Connecticut; Geor
gia State Sen. Leroy Johnson; Now
York State Sen. Constance Motley,
Maryland State Sen. Varda Wel
come; Judge Lewie Clymor, Kansas
City. Mo.; New York’s Manhattan
Borough President Edward R. Dud
ley; as wall as a host of other state
and municipal figure*.
By state, th* delegates and alter
nates were: _ _
CALIFORNIA: Rev. C. Douglas
Ferrell. Mervyn Dymally. Bap. Au
gustus Hawkins and Tom Bradley.
COLORADO: Georg* Brown.
CONNECTICUT: Gerald Lamb.
GEORGIA: A. T. Walden. Leroy
Johnson. Mrs. P. Q. Yoncoy and
Thomas B. Hooper.
1LLINOI5: Rap. William L. Daw
son. Kenneth E. Campbell and
Claud* W. B. Holman; Dalagmtas-
Ot-large: George Leighton, Corneal
Davis, and Rev. Clarence Cobh; Al
ternates: Ralph Metcatf, William
Harvey. Georg# W. Collins and
Frank M Summers; eltematei-at
large. William Shannon. Earl Stray
horn and William Harris.
INDIANA Delegate: Grant Hawk
ins; Alternates: Henri C. Gibson.
Jessie Mitchell. Henry Walker and
Mi*. Mtiguei.U E. Grave#.
IOWA Altemate-ot-larg#: Jamas
▼ e j* »*•
MARYLAND Delegate* Son. Var
da Welcome and Mrs. Victorina
Adams; Alternate: Lloyal Ran
dolph. Walter Dixon and Henry
C. E. Lightner Vice-Chairman:
Nation's Funeral Directors
Pick C. W. Lee As Prexy
DETROIT INK) The Na
tional Funeral Director* and
Morticians association closed a
successful 37th annual convention
here last week, after electing a
new alate of officer* and voting to
hold its 1963 oonvontkm In Naw
York City, with th* board gather
ing earlier In Los Angelas.
Elected president waa C. W. Lea,
Montgomery. Ate. Other officer*
are J. W. ltonfro. Cincinnati;
Mai vena H. Maok. New York;
Perry Brown. Oroonaboro. N. C.;
and Charts* R. Law. Baltimore,
first to fourth vtoe-preddants re
spectively. Carnle F. Bragg, Fri
erson. N. J. board chairman; C.
E. Lightner. Raleigh. N. C.. vice
chairman: and Mr* Catherine
Payne Baugh, daughter of th* late
board chairman. Henry Payne.
New York, board secretary, v
Highlight* of the sessions waa
the association's educational pro
gram. featuring Vincent O. Jan
ime. funeral dlroetor-fbeulty
member. Wayne university. Wlnd
oeor, Ont., Canada; Ward W. Wal
dom, assistant to director, Nation
al Foundation of Funeral oerviom
Evanston, ni- and Oordon W.
Rose, assistant director. Wayne
Btate university 1 * department of
Mortuary setenea. Detroit.
Principal apeaker oa the ban
quet * Melon was Atty. Barbara C.
Jordan, wen-known civil rights
and voter ragiatratlon worker
G>mbat Lensman Finds Miss.
Terror Worse Than Cyprus
NSW YORK A whit* mage»
■in* Rißwßr «td Mndw
that poreonal terror in ldladoitpgt
U -worn Stan on Cypruo," where
he wee th* tergal or both Turin
Tho etatetnont woo mode tv
photographer Thona* It Koenl-
Qto in on article appearing in tho
of Mown owinw who on
OwWMd to teeoh km boon
onridont >». SndiSb bon
Mid of kfeOM Am «a ko
riven to toooior ihnOm
No woo In ottondoneo ot tho No
tionol Aooodotion of Student Teach
ing which eonvoaod ot Son Dio#o
State OeUege Auguet 10 through
Tho 'ii fwhohnoo gm opociol te
fortnauan to In aarvlca teochoro
growth.' and waoottendod by teach
throughout thio country and oover
ol toraign lande.
Bo anticipate* a mm onjoyoMo
and rowardtng toouro at YayoMo
hi tho that Utpm 1
a local R»b
he aohool toaehor Thtqr ora tho ,
parent* ot ono daughter and ter* i
Mn. Ruth Batson; Alternate: Jitoto
os R. Purdy.
MICHIGAN. Bop Chgrlot
C Digg* Jr.. Mary Brils Stelltaß*
Ate Fuller. Nelson Jetton Ed
ward, Alphonse Harper, Merced ee
WUloughhy. John Burton, Blhri tm
roll, Raymond M. Murphy. Prineo
Moon, Richard H. Austin. Horace
UKauuM, Haari John Luflor;
Alternatee: Hobart Taylor, AnUo
Hughe* William H. Olhror. William
Jefferson. Elian Gardner and Janus
Frederick N. Wether* David Grant
and J. McKinley Neal; Alternatee
at-largo: Judge Lewie Clymer end
Mr* Annie White.
NSW JERSEY Driegatae-at-larce:
8. Howard Woodson. Jr.; Altenato
at-largr. Lorenzo W. Harris; Alter
nate-let Diet Elijah Perry; Alter
nate-uth Diet MadaUne A. Wil
liams; Delegate: 13th Diet Char tea
Matthews; Delegate: 13th Diet Prod
NSW YORK Delegates: Albert R.
Murray. Lloyd E. Dickon* Ivan
Warner end Martin P. Carter, Drio
gatoe-at-large: Edward R. Dudley,
Delmar L. Mitchell, Rap. Adam C.
Fowoll and J. Raymond Jonae; Al
teroateK J. Foster Phillip* Mr*
Henrietta Brown, Mr* Jooophin#
Bravo. Mr* Wilhotantaa F. Adam*
Mr. Andrew W. Cooper. Mr* Bva B.
Noll. Mr* Faorl Oladman and Mi*
Jessica Johnson; Alternatee at
large: Mr* Joyce Phillips Austin.
Mr* D'Jarie H. Wateon, Bari Brown
and Mr* Constanoe B. Motley.
OHIO Delagates-ot-large: Chari*#
V. Carr. Warren H. Fate and Janie*
H. Bril; Alternatao-at-largo: Thom
as j. Davi* Arthur C EUiott Dr.
Roland A. Gandy. Jr- Cleveland
Jackson. Karl C. Johnson. Bee. Jo
seph McLln, Sr- and Mr* Bortho
V. Moore. RandaU B. Moos and
John L. Frand*
largo: Andrew M. Bradley, Mr* Vi
vian Cox, James Jordan and Rep.
Robert N. C. Nix; Altemstee-at
large: William E. toiler and Roland
RHODE ISLAND Delegate Wil
liam H. Matthew*
D. C. Delegate*; John B Thmcoti.
Bishop Smallwood Williams, Georgs
L P Weaver. Oliver T. Palmer,
Mr*. Arlin* M. Neal. Mr* Todd
Duncaft; Alternates: Rev. Franklin.
Jariuon. Mr* Bertha W. LOmacfc,
Cyprian O. Ttlghman. Henry Brock,
Joseph A- Beaver* Mr* AlteM E
well and Edward C. Masiqu*
from Houston. Tax. Th* "Mortici
an of the Year” award wont to
John W. Patterson, Springfield,
Ohio while Mrs. Jessie W. Oundy.
Rayvllle, La., received th* Nation
al Funeral Director and Bmhal
mer's "Woman of the Yoar” tro
offloere sleeted wore:
Robert H. Milter. Chicago, gen
eral secretary; Lacy J. Kennedy,
Marianna. Ark., assistant secre
tary; Handy B. Beckett. Philadel
phia, treasurer; James R. Weath
erly. York. Ala., chaplain; Tarroll
C. Chapman. ML Vernon, ser
geant-at-arms; w. H. Jefferson.
Vicksburg. Mias., financial chair
man; and Theodora R. Tawes. im
mediate past president, chairman,
The fshowing district gov
ernor* wort rooppointod to on*
year terms: Edward J. Robe
sen. Brooklyn; Arlington 8.
Phillips, Baltimore; Hobart
Martin, Naahvhte; Mom K.
Frit* Detroit; O. H. Oaaae.
Bartow. Fla; H. H. King. Bos
ton. La.; Walter J. Baker. 8t
Louis; oad Least F. Harrison,
Named to th* convention com
mittee: were John W. Delaney.
Covington, chairman: Robert H
Milter. Gtrioago, rioe chairman; E.
W. Robeson. Brooklyn: Mr*
Baugh. Naw York; and A A. Bras
well. Dallas. Texas special event*
o arrant ioouo of Look lingering.
gpontgoo own editor Chrioto
pbor Wran worn recently oont to
oooor rotor-rogtetratlon efforts by
Northern students working in
After a oorioo of agtr
threat* tennod f Qf| n to a Jter-
ad to bar a ihotgnn and ear
ry it wMb thorn dnrtag tho iw
■atntag dan of thotr aariga
in teOtng tho atary. Look editor
Wren reveole they wore tailed af
ter leaving a Negro rally in Role
vflte. Mtea. in a rented oar. The
Intention* of thotr would-be at
aeiianta booaooo obwteoo oo Kooni
goo. who wao driving began to hit
ntoedo clone to 100 nph and Kill
oouldnt jhaka off tftelr pursuer*
t SN/MtyWtM k
f ...wuratg -m 1|
L AUBI 'jl
Recidivism tn federal paniton
tiariaa to an appalling 61 par cant,
the Catholic Digaat find* It costs
Americans about $3 billion a year.
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CHICAGO (NTH t "Mittiattifl
«m so BatubHaaii M dte IlAvtti
kdr oteatten,** GtiefUa
CP leader to that ztete. KiilfSd
ante In behalf of a voter itgMri
"“tuuTniilkir rtf meeatear
to thetote Madgar tvtei Who
wao alate lx omhto ta R#
atpyt sear a year ag* tald NO
artaated voter* would vote Mr
Barry OoMwater k November.
Asked tor his opinion of tan.
Goldwater* Ever* replied:
To hell with Barry Goldwotar
aad you can quote me."
"CLEARANCE - Mitttene to S*
lor loon* How much do you nOOdf
Com* ia now!"