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. MRS. SUMNER’S IMMEDIATE FAMILY The im
mediate members at the Rea. Freeland Grantland Sumner fami
ly are shown following the burial of their mother at Crowells,
near Enfield recently. At front right ( seated) is Freeland G.
Sumner, Jr., eldest son with two rows of the eight surviving chil
dren. (See Hopping About Tarheelia). J. B. HARREN FOTO.
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MateolmX Describes LBJ
As ‘Fox’, Barry As ‘Wolf’
NSW YORK—Former Slack Mus
lim loader Malcolm X Tuesday of
this week described President
Johnson an “the fox'* and Sen.
Stay GoMerater as "the wolf in
the civil rights fight.
In his autobiography published
in The Saturday Kenning Post, the
controversial Negro who broke with
the Muslims to form his own sect
laid “the black man in America
only needs to pick which one he
chooses to be eaten by. because they
both will set him."
Refusing to and area er recom
mend either yresMenttel candi
date, the Negro leader said "If
America's white voters do in
stall Goldwater ... the black
people weald at least knew they
were fighting an honestly
' growling wolf, rather than a
fox who could have them in
his stefbach and half-digested
iitiui t ilit) mu know wlut
TTalcolm. claiming respect for
water "as a man," Mid the
ma senator “isn't another libe*
just trying to please both
i a;ists and integrationists, smiling
ut one, and whispering to the other.
Goldwater flatly tells the black
man he’s not for the black man.
His policies make the black-white
issue more clear-cut tor the black
ZA& w *
A Goldwater victory, accord
ing to Malcolm, would ferae
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Negroes to fight harder and be
mere demanding and aggres
sive, “while the Mask men un
der the liberal fox' could keep
years, waiting for time’ and far
‘good-will’ to solve hie prob
"The black man in America, when
he awakens, when he becomes in
tellectually mature, when he be
comes able to think for himself,
then he will be able to make more
Frankly admitting that "once
I was a racist," Malcolm moist
ed that "new I have turned my
direction away Item anything
that’s racist, go. some of the
followers of Elijah Muhamasad
(Muslim leader) would still
consider it a first-rank honor to
kill me. Also I know that any
day, any night, I could die at
the hands as some white devil
racism. At the same time, how
ever. I can’t think of any sub
ject Involving human beings to
day that you can divorce from
I the race Issue."
“I will even go so far ss to uy
that I dream that one day history
. will look upon me as having been
! one of the voices that perhaps help
i ad to sava America from a grave,
even possibly fatal catastrophe."
Aged Woman Slam In Husband-Wife
Squabble;flop Kills Mate Afterward
BATTUE CUBES. Mich. (NPD—
Two old proverbs clashed here
last weak, and one of tun was
vanquished, along with two of the
throe principals In the tragic drama.
"Leva tty aaighbar as bysatr*
coil MkOb Inm Campbell hor
bortf*dtUd. aha run over toT*ti»
house, wttt no Idea that Sho was
rutting headlong to bar death.
Upon toatttog toe Into
M«k Ontotl, to Jtoseverag
Fair ttno is Just around too ear
ner. Why not prepare now to on tor
and estttttt to poor local frfrt Ala*
dent forget the Ktoto Fair hi Bn-
Ugh In October.
It Is highly desirable ttat you
support your community fair be
cause It win ha Just aa good, or as
bed. m the enmmnttr wiahee to
You must have something worth
suturing to competition with your
neighbors and in which you eould
take pride in showing.
■aw many times have yon
visited year fair, stood to front
es a fruit, vegetable or flower
exhibit and remarked: I have
specimens at heme better than
any I have seen hare. And you
asay be right The trouble la
yea won’t wto any blue ribbons.
The seam la true for flower ar
Before you enter an exhibit be
sure to carefully read the catalog
instructions for each class, because
they guide tha Judges in making
awards. This la especially true if
competition is keen. All entries must
be properly labeled and entered
in the right class.
Strive for perfection. In the flow
er classes, all entries should have
good asms, perfect foliage and per
fect h’onm- Good condition at the
time of judging is essential. This is
such as roses.
Vegetables should be true to va
riety name, of aceptaMe market
size and free of blemishes caused
by insects, diseases and hruishas.
All ttecimens mi a plate or tray
of sweetpotatoes should be smooth,
of good skin color and uniform.
Irish potatoes need not be washed
unless you think it will improve
be true to varietal characteris
tics, uniform, as geed color (In
color sorts) and flue blemishee.
These are a few suggestions
which may be helpful In arousing
your inter set The important point
is to study your catalog and com
ply with the instructions as out
ELIZABETH CITY— Edna L.
Davis, a member es the music fac
ulty at Elisabeth City State Col
lege was awarded the degree of
Doctor of Musical Arts at Boston
University's Commencement on
August 2L Her doctoral disserta
tion dealt with "A Study of Trends
and Developments in Music Edu
cation in the United States from
IMO to 1960."
Last week. President Walter N.
Ridley announced that Dr. Davis
will be promoted to the rank of
professor of Music this fall, also
promoted to s full professorship is
Dr. Louise N. Sutton. Professor of
Mathematics and Chairman of the
Department of Physical Science and
Dr. Davis taught at Jackson Col
lege. Jackson, Mlsaasippi from 1949
to 1947, and served as chairman of
the Department of Creative and
Recreative Arts from 1946 to
1994, when she came to Elisabeth
City State as assistant professor of
A native es Sumter, South Caro-
Ena, Dr. Davis gradusted from the
High School of Tuskcgee Institute.
Tuskegee, Alabama and attended
the College Diviaon The bachelors
degree in Piano and Music Educa
tion, and masters degree in Music
Education were awarded at Ober
11a Conservatory of Music. Oberltn.
Ohio. She also studied during sum
mer sessions at the Julliard School
of Music and Columbia University.
Dr. Davis lea member of the Music
Education National Conference, the
North Carolina State Music Associ
ation and two honor societies. Pi
Kappa Lambda Honorary Music So
ciety. and tbs Kappa Delta Chapter
of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
in Education which wae installed at
Elizabeth City in March 1964. She
is affiliated wttt DsHa Sigma Theta
Sorority, and the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. T. B. Davis of Sumter,
formerlj of Tuskegee Institute.
Dr. Louisa N. Sutton ilso named
fall profeasor of Mathematics Is s
native es Hartford, North Caroline.
Dr. Sutton attended the local
attoota, sod A and T. College.
Owensboro, North Carolina She
was awarded the Doctor of Philoso
phy Degree at New York Univer
sity m 1663
Batari coming to Elizabeth City
to 1991 Dr. Sutton taught at A. and
T. Collage and the James • Dud
ley High School. Greensboro. North
Carolina tote also served as Assist
sat Prsfsssar es Met hem sties at
Dataware far five yean.
When the widow enter ad the
Jensen home, aba wked tha irate
husband to leave. He pointed the
gun at her. hut It apparently mis
fired. "The # wee n bell of Are"
the hyetarsl Mrs. Campbell replied.
However Mrs. Campbell replied.
> "flan tte netting but blank*. Run.*
i Jensen retorted. *TU shew you,"
i and fired again, striking Mrs.
rmwpheii h, we fnrifnal
In the the oab driver
who bed brought Jensen to the
bout* from i tuflud § polict*
on tte bent, Igt Owen Stan
field. The poUeeman wee approach
ing tte pervb of the heuaa when
• the ttote rang
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