raleigh. n. c, Saturday, iotimme i». ini
Football Schedule For
Hii Schools This Week
EDITOR S NOTE: Fnltewlng
to a list of Hit football fame*
, belflf played tbit weekend and
on the rltht la the aite of each
lame. The CABOINIAN will
make thla a weekly featnre
throurhont (he 1994 football
Spmdale vs Canton at Canton
Carver. W.-S., va AahevUle at W -S
Atkin. W -S, va Gastonia at W -S
York tU ~ Greensboro. v» W. Char
lotte at Greensboro
York Rd. Charlotte t High Point at
Newton vs Morganton, Morganton
Shelby vs Lenoir. Lenoir
WilkMboro v* Htcltory. Hickory
Lincolnton vs Cherryville. Cherryv e
Goldsboro vs Rocky Mt., R ky Mi
New Bern vs Wilmington. Wilm'gt'n
Raleigh vs Greenville. Greenville
Aho«k-e v« Winfall. Winfall
Rosnoke Rapids vs Edenlon. Edvnln
Wmton vs Scotland Nk. Scotl n N'k
Oxford vs Chapel Hill, Chspel Hill
BT MBS. LOUSE COLVIN
APEX first BaptUt Senior
Choir wga in charge of the devo
tion *t the 11 o'clock worship ser
vice. A guest minister. Rev N N.
Trice, read the scripture from the
3rd chapter of Rev.. beginning
with the 9th verse Rev. W M.
Phillips the associate minister,
delivered the aermon It waa very
fitting for these tunes. Subject:
Our pastor. Rev. W. T. BUelOw,
la attending the j
National Baptist !
Convention, and <
is scheduled to
be beck at Ptrst W
Sunday night /
at 7 30. Mrs
program at Fir.im,;
Baptist You are*. 'T'-sV. 1
to attend MRS. COLVIN
Rev Leo A Joeey haa returned
home to Anohortge. Alaska, after
•bout tiro weeks of vtiiting rale
tlvea hero. In Raleigh and Fuquav
fff fflßiV ♦Vie Ptf-V ♦ *«i« *P
Raletgh-Durbam Airport Sunday
morning and expected to worship
with his members at Oreater
Frlandah p Baptist Church Sun
day night at 7 30. where he u
Mr. and Mrs Devld Pate. Mrs
Louisa Colvin and daughter. Te
nia and Rav. Leo A. Joeey. vialted
their aider brother and wife. Mr.
and Mrs. Burdls Joeey of Ports-
BT H. M. JOHNSON
CLINTON—Mr. James E. Cue 11.
Sr.. Mrs James A. Moore and Mrs.
Addle: Johnson motored to Phila
delphia, Pa. laat Thursday to at
tend (he funeral of Mrs Lula Bal
lard. The funeral was held Fri
day night at Perry'*' funeral Par
lor. The body waa taken to South
Carolina for burial Sunday
White then. Mr Buell wu the
house guest of hU brother-in-law.
Mr. Murphy. Mrs. Moore was the
house guest of Mn. Virginia Jones
and Mrs. Johnson, the guest of
Mr and Mrs. Amet Bowden.
The Reverend Baxter Rich, pas
tor of Antioch Baptist Church of
GoMatoro. Is conducting revival
at Lisbon Street Baptist Church
this week. The Reverend H. R.
Cog dell la the paator
The Reverend H Hudson Bob
bitt of Batlimon, Md„ will be the
guest evangelist at first Baptist
Church next week Rev J L.
White, pastor. Invites the public.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown mo
tored to Roanoke Rapids last Fri
day to attend the funeral of their
cousin. Mrs. KteaUle Brown Clark.
Newt was received last week of
the death of Mrs Helen Boykin
mother. Mrs Kteallte Brown Clark
in Roanoke Rapids Mrs Boykin
It a former resident of Clinton.
And the wife of Mr Thomas E.
Mr. Lenward fowler of Detroit.
Mich motored two test week-end
to bring hit nephew, Willie Stacy
Allen, who bed been in Michigan
all the summer working.
Yhaaght fee the week
"There la a difference between
gOod sound reasons end reasons
that eound good "
BT KM. GOLDIE RARDT
ROfCrrON— Sunday wu pas
toral day at Little River Primi
tive Baptist Church The speaker
for the aervtee wu Bldrr Fletcher
Coley of Fremont. His subject we*
"Oreater love hath no man then
this That a man lay down hu
hfe for his friends "
The massage wu well enjoyed
Mr all present The church wu
Ain iTw jrirf _tr Metier April
eegere payable te TWM
ajufiematu PubMhare to W
P&. trd th?umtedTSmUaSh
'vnsi Photo Service
The Pubum*. ts eot resoeosMe Set
>nt return if unsolicited eawa. pie
mree Or gjputnag taps omb tie
«■_ _ iTTrv.
»3tpr*ww wy commnww u*
awwasaper Oe me* aeeaasefOy re
Mt Olive vs Henderson. Henderson
Laurinburg 'Johnson' vs Louliburg
Roxboro vs Merrick Moore. Dur
ham. at Durham
Beaufort vs Windsor. Windsor
Nashville vs Jones. Wash., Wash
SmitWield vs Snow Hill, Snow Hill
Trenton v* Farmville. Farmville
Selma vs Morehesd City. Moreh'd
Wake Forest vs Tarbore. Tarboro
Wadesboro vs Hamlet, Wades boro
Morrison Tr Sch'l vs Dunn. Hoffmn
Ciinion vs Rowland, Clinton
Altemarle vt Csrthage. Albemarle
Pittsboro vs Badin. Badin
Siler City vs Ttoy, Siler City
Thomasyille vs Statesville. Th'v'e,
Ashcboro vs Kannaooltr, Asheboro
Mt. Airv vs Belmont. Mt. Airy
K»'t Spencer vs Monroe, East Bp'n’r
Salisbury vs Burlington. Salisbury
Lexington vs Raidsvllle. ReidaviU’.
Anderson. W-S. vs Cbncord. W.-S.
King* Mountain vs Tryon, Kings
Pslsley. W -3. vs Graham. Graham
.mouth. Va Saturday. It wu a
very happy reunion.
Mrs. Julia Lassiter is visiting
her sister, MU* Louise Barnes, In
Brooklyn. N Y. who U very 111.
On Labor Day September 7. Mr.
William Ooldston. MUs Ida Hay#*.
Mr A. B. Horton. Miss Clara Al
len and Mre. Louis* Colvin visited
John Kerr Dam, In Virginia.
Os Dr. Jones
I PAYRTTEVTLLE - President Ru
| dolph Jones old faculty and staff
i nwnlan. in opening faculty con
ferences tor tth* umi-W school
year test week, that "It is no longer
Important whether Fayetteville
State College will be s flrgt-clas
Negro college as it U whether »t
ere going to be ■ first-class college.''
While noting teereased eld
from oiiUldo educational and
philanthropic agencies. Dr
J4n declared "1 still hold very
strewgley to Ike Idea that we
the in be helped meet by ewn
Challenging the faculty “to put
on your thinking cap ad working
clothes," President Jonea urged
every teacher to be a “communica
tion* teacher who will "read wide
The merles of faculty conferences
began Tuesday night with the in
troduction of new persona and re
marks by President-Emeritus J. W
Seabronk Other sessions, through
out the week, were devoted to dis
cussion of a self-study report re
cently submitted to the National
Council for Accreditation of Teach
; or Education ad departmental meet
NEW YORK <NPH—FIOyd Btxler
McKissick. nation) chairman of the
Congroaa of Racial Equality (CORK'
was awarded the IM* Alpha Award
of Honor at the SAth anniversary
convention of Alpha Phi Alpha
; fraternity, held Aug. 14-30. in the
MeKtaaleh. e member of the
fraternity, wu ewe of the
•peahen el the Marsh aw Wash
ington la August. ME. The e
ward. presented annually is e
member of the fraternity, wu
given to MrKleelek far hie work
In civil righto
Recipient of the outstanding un
dergraduate award was Doyd
Shepherd, student at the Universi
ty of Akron.
The fraternity haa aaere than
Mt chapters, inrlading chapters
in Menrolls. Liberia: Hamilton.
Bermuda. and Frankfort.
Germany Each year, a grad
uate chapter and an uudergrad
aate chapter ere cited ter eel
tlanding activities during the
The most outstanding graduate
chapter wu Alpha Zeta Lambda of
I Biuefleld. W. Va Selected as top
very happy to have Stater Everett
of Jacksonville present.
Mack RawUn. Alvin Hardy. Bari
Rawltn accompanied Deacon Wal
ter Bryant of MV Eton to Piney
Orove to worship with them. Rev.
Burgee* of Raleigh wu the apaak-
Nancy HowalL Goldie Har
dy and Alvin wan the dinner
geest* of Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Bee
vane and family Sunday
Mrs. Lassie B. Spell* of Clayton
vtaitod Mrs. Nancy Howell Satur
day evening Mn Spell* te the
mother of Mr* Caeate Atkinson of
•Hie thing* I command you
that ye love one another." Bv John
§ " >v a J ! Y. \ . 4
U ’ 2/ b
.. vv;.:,/ w&mm'
AMERICAN LEAGUE “BIG BATS’ Pictured in Metropolitan Stadium, Minneaota, are
the American League * “big bat Harmon Killebrew, left, and Tony Oliva, hefting their bats pri
or to the Minnesota Twins-Washington Senators gapie last Monday. Both men hold top honors
in tha League (UPI PHOTO).
Coach “Happy As Kid At Christmas;”
70 Grid Hopefuls Report At A. And T.
GREENSBORO—-An even seven
ty football hopeful*, including twen
ty lettermen. one of tha largest
squad* in the history of A&T Col
lege, began training onarationa at
the Aggie camp Hera last Tuesday.
Youthful Bert Ptggett, Aggie
heed coach, appeared as happy
•a a youngster at Christmas
time, •• ha looked aver the
crop which would eompoaa his
19*4 aggregation. Impreooed by
♦heir apporent eondMimt Fir
I*4 said. ‘They lack mean,
loon ond huner* "
A t St, Matthew
The St. Matthew AME Church
>:O9 E. Devi* St. will celebrate itr
unnusl MiMionary Day Sunday. <
At the 7 p. m. lervlce, Mn. Ver
de lie K Juhr.lton of Durham, will
* r - * **■ , of
Itoj. V*K..*l.U K JOHNSTON
the vanoua Miationary Societies of
th« city are invited a* apeciel
guest* at thi* service
Mra. Jehnaon la a native es
South Carolina, the wife as tha
late Rev. D A. Jehntien. sad
the mother es In daughters.
She is a member es St Joseph *
AME Cherrb nf Durham, a
member es the Careline Barn
undergraduate chapter 'waa Beta
Kappe. Langston University, Leng
STERLING NEEDS TO BE USED
1 here are toaae fairly prevalent
misconceptions on the "can and
faoding" of tteriing silver flat
were—specifically that it ahoald
ba carafUlly wrapped and atored
away until company comoa. This
deprive* the family of tho ptoas
are of using etoebag. certainly
eat es tite meat pritcticel and
durable es all home furntohinfa.
«he* it te aolid silver all tha
way through, it cant wear oat, i
tharak nothing to nib off and it , I
With the opening clash set for
Saturday. September 19. heie at the
, Greensboro Memorial Stadium and
that against the Fort Euatla Wheels,
tha Aggies have Ju*t 13-working
days to get In shape. The time tec
tor ia compunded by the fact that
on the following weekend the Ag
gles will meet Tennessee State U
niveraity, also at Memorial Stadium.
Leading the list es letter
men Is Cernall Gordon, the ex
citing 195-pound quarterback
from Nnrfoltr Vi mho mn«
wall aa tha fastest halfbacks.
1 *mvf flV»* ♦e* bv# #• oWo » woof
as Missionary Society es the
church, chairman of tho Wesi
era North Carolina C onfercncc
Missionary Education Promo
tion Committee, and tho cha'r
man of Uio Missionary Educa
tion Promotion Committee es
tilt Second Episcopal District
of tho A. M. E. Church.
She ia employed as a special edu
cation teacher in the Durham Ci’y
x-hool System. She r-ceived a B A
degree from South Carolina State
College. Orangeburg. S C . attend
ed Aliynla Univeisity. and receiv
ed her Master of Arts degree at
North Carolina College. Durham,
iroNTiNt’En srom pun n
had been appealed from Craven Re
coider* Court by Banks sfier he
waa handed an 18-month jail term
John Beamon of New Bern, at
torney and prosecutor for the state
in thi* case, had otdertrd to sever
al questions asked by Attorney
Frazier during the trial of the girt
on grounds they had no beating in
the case The objection* were sus
tained by Judge Morris.
According to a warrant.
Banks allegedly looked Into the
window of a bathroom occupied
by the girl. Incited fnur feel
from the ground.
Evidence presented at the Re
corder's Court trißl showed that
Banks was Observed hv Lemmie
Berwick, a farmer from the dark
ened window of » bedroom ne\t
to the bathroom. Ttarwick sounded
and outcry allegedly, and is Banks
turned toward the bedroom, he wos
recognised bv Lemmie. who claim
ed he had known the defendant for
doaan't break or mod repairs.
Sterling left to languish in a
bottom drawer is being don* a
diaaamce. When m co4st.-r.t
uoo. it gains what exports call
"patina* —a network of tiny
lints that lend the silver * m#U
lew glow. This patina is largely
why antique silver i# so valued.
Every day uaaga of atei.ing -as
another ad* antes* Oth-r than
an occasional beauty
it needs little or no cleaning.
r, passer and excellent kicker.
5 He is supported in the beckfield
1 1 by halfbacks: Clifton Matthews.
- Melvin Phillips and Nathaniel Joims,
I Willie Beasley, a 208-pounder, test
■ enough last year to alternate at a
i halfback post, will play tha full
; back role.
Five rangy ends are among
the carry-overs teem las sea
son. These include: Braeel
Buggs. 8-4 1-3. 205-poands;
Renal* Francis. 84, 209-pounda;
i Liu,., Siwtih. 6-2, IM-poundsi
Conrad Lattimore and William
i--U».U .. , bw.w .1 6 ~ iuu ,U,UU—
The list contains three-centers
Thomas Alston and Joseph Flood,
both of whom shared varsity roles
Carl Miller and William Sinclair
are the lone tackle* who lettered
The guard position is loaded with
fivq-lettermen. including: Howard
Fenguzon, 244-pound*: Robert Ed
wards, 242-pounds; Andrew Wea
\ey, 218-pounds: Herman Simmons,
207-pounds, and Robert Jeffreys,
| 17 years and had employed him on
hu farm at varying times.
(CONTINUED ntOM PAGE 1)
Campbell's auto, which was con
fiscated at the time of hi* arrest
Saturday night, was retrieved
Tuesday morning when a 92,000
oond was posted for It.
Mr Campbell is well-known
throughout the city as a member
of the Maaons, Bhrtnere. Raleigh
Citizens Association and other or
RAPED AS TEEN
BOYS STAND BY
(CONTINt'KO rKOM PAGE ONE)
Curley, who vsi brought to toe
police station, then Ttonotoll
was Jailed under a 119. M bond,
charged with rap* and public
He t* expected to receive a preli
minary hearing in City Court next
AS 3 GEORGIA
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
, deliberately shot at a car carrying
| Penn and hi* companion* to ware
"out-so-town niggers" from (heir
neck of the woods.
An FBI agent from Atlanta
insisted, under crooa eiaiuhia
lion that this information waa
included to a atoleaaent given
freely by James S. Lackey. 39.
who said ho drove (he Mans
i men’s ear.
I According to Lackey’* state
ment. which he later repudiated,
they first spotted Penn‘a car In
The FBI quoted Lackey a* say
' inr that Sims noticed the District
; of Columbia plates on the car and
I rnmarked "That must be some of
President Johnson*’ boys.”
Lackey. In hla repudiated con
| fesMon. told the FBI that Sima
1 announced that "I'm going to kill
me a nigger." and Myera Indicat
ed he would help.
The original reason for our fol
low rut the colored men waa be
cause we heard that Martin Lu
ther King might make Georgia a
testing ground for the civil righto
bin." Lackey told the FBt
"We thought some out-of-town
niggers might stir up mm trou
ble in Athens." be added.
Lackey, the Jury was told, i
said that Myer*. who was seat
ed la the fraat east as (tee ear.
fired awe blast team hta shot
gun sai Stem lot teas* with
oTwiiher teem the hack seat ae
"1 didnt think Atom and My- j
era had eetwsKy Wed the
man." Locker’s mtemiod ml*.
When he did tend out. Lackey
stated. "1 *wd to myself: Thom
aers of bitches killed that man.’"
Immediately after the (hooting.
Lackey MU the PBS. tody return
ed to (he Athene garage df Bar
tort Guest. BT.
A murder charge against Guest
mu dropped after he agreed to
testify in the caa#.
fCOWTOTOUP PBOM PAGE ONE)
Host to Bite year’s convention will
be SCUTE affiliate, the Chatham
County Crusade for Voters, whom
president is Hose* Williams. The
organization te creanea wkb ftavtng
(ton of public H'ltw to toe Deep
Souii City, with Williams himself
serving 3t days in jail at the height
of the city** freedom movement
Coordinators tor the. coaventten
are 10m Lurcenia Cohen, who is
heading up toe local committee,
and Rev. C. T. Vivian. SCLCs Di
rector of Affiliates, who Is super
vising all details of the meeting.
Rev. Vivian ha* indicated that
this year's convention is expected to
break all records in attendance with
upwards of 900 delegates and an
other 1,000 representatives drawn
from among some 310 SCLC affili
ate* to 31 states and (he District of
Columbia. This figure reprmanta
an almost tripled increase to the
number of SCLC affiliates tine*
test year's convention in Richmond,
Virginia, Vivian pointed out, noting
that there were only 70 such associ
ated organizations at that time.
(COJfTWUBD ISOM PASS OKI)
Me pet dream, tbs drive Is stOl
being pursued an a relatively
small scale by the Basteferlen
sect to independent Jenuilc*
Some Rastas ware members es
an official Jamaican delegation
which toured vartenu todaysn
dent African nations seeking
official sanction of the migra
tion te Africa.
However, white some of the Afri
can countries noted they would
welcome black settlers, they in
dicated that the indolent, deitit
! tute, and potential troublemakers
would not be welcomed.
working part-time as a bell
. hop at the Sir Walter Hotel.
This feat rarn«d him a place
In the h»or‘i of many person*
■■■ai&srWV*?--- ■». <
ATTORNEY E A SOLOMON
of both races to this eity
which till! exists.
A World War n veteran. At
torney Solomon haa seen action
with the U. S. Army in Europe.
Married to a Raleigh native,
the Solemona reride at 33 Wat
son Street, Eaet Orange, N. J.
Their two daughters. Misses La-
Feme and Joy Solomon, are stu
lento at St. Augustine's College
it the present.
QUITS POST IN
THE PEACE CORPS
(CONTINUED moil PAG! U
significant contribution* In the
! cooperatve church movement."
As general director of lnterpre-
I tatlon. Dr. Proctor will amtet and
; advise the general secretary and
other National Council staff "In
matter* of public relations, repre
sentation and Interpretation." He
will assume loednmTitp to formu
lating "oernmon poet tion atate
raento far an to Interpreting pate
or continuing activities of the
Council," Df. Espy said.
An erdatwed mtntetor es t*
Dr. Procter was president es
C*Oq|Mf > MrtetenStori
f Grt embers, until IM3. when
he left te beeeme Pease Corps
representative to Nigeria at
as the Pease Carps, with re
sponriMHty Her administering
its volunteer program.
Before aaeumlng the pr—litanry
of the AAT College, Dr. neteor
served ter 11 yean to aoadwnlc
and admtotetrattee poets at Vir
ginia Union University, Richmond.
Va He became profeaeor of phi
losophy there to IMS. Dean of tha
School of Rafigtan to 1960, Vtoe-
PreeMent to 1060. and Prate itent
A native of Norfolk. Va.. and e
graduate of Virginia Union Uni
versity. he took hie BJJ. degree
In 1648 at Croeer Theolocioal Ban
inary to Chester. Pa. to 1960 he
received a ThJD. from Boston Uni
versity. He haa atao done graduate
work to aortniody at the Uhlver
*ity of Penneyhranla and to so
cial ethics at Yale Uhivertity Di
Fuquay Cleric Authors Bock
Aeverena v>. r• oruty ( uiuvi o*
Botortonyillt. is tosMr sf Bates) |
Crash Baptist atetk, i
Springs. Pteatont Grtvu BtiMWi
Church. Bdhavan, Ml Ztee Bo*-
ttet Ctetieh. MhcOn. fiutoier of
Christ Ttinpte Baptist CtettgA Bdh
snonvilte. and author df flte now
book entitled; "Tbs D*tcon v T *•
REV. C. P. BBILEY
And His Wife."
The book has ffvo fhapters deal
ing with spiritual and ethical living
of deacon*, their wive* sod all those
who disirs to live acceptable uto*
God. The chapters art as fellows:
71m Office of a Deacon, Tho Ap
pointment and Dispatch sf TTnamne
Why The Need es Appointment, The
Qualifications of a Deacon, and Tbs
Deaeon and His Wife's Life.
This book is designed to prsnam
deacons sod their wives far ordina
tion. It also reveals to to'aafa to
this lift, and saved to tho sterna)
life one must live by faith end trust
in grace. It can be found to essay
of our leading universities and li
braries of North Carolina. A Email
to# will be asked for the cost sf
Rev. C. P. Briley attended Shaw
University, Raleigh, with advanced
course* at Duke Ttoivortity. Dur
ham and Union Theological Semi
nary. N. Y.
Ha la alaa farmer Bneeatfaa
Secretary es the Middle Ground
Bfoiiokf AfltostettoOe oil
•eter end founder es "The Hoar
es Truth," which is a bi-week
ly program that haa ham heard
to mast parte as tha Stale far
aver 13 years.
He ia married te (he former
Mtae Sarah Streeter, es para
lUle utl lLi> have four cLU- ‘
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Killed In A
I DCTtGrr (NPl)) - Mite Aten
i Ha WOlttme, 36-ydar*old ttegve
i woman, haa barn charged wtte firte
1 digged murder to ttt fatal staMMng
i of bar 76-year-old white BdyGteAd.
The victim of stab wound* as
the chest and sbdoman ie Guy Bat-
I «- -a A Ida haelanidee mill a
I SKOV| ■lk •lliNliiu DVtfnQirt wild
wa* found dead to hie bOtta. Patto*
| my t Mtes Wllliama admitted tee
they became tevWved tea baa*-
ad arg«nent aear a ps«g aten
wllb wham tea Urtmdir aa
aasad bar as earryig an • va
staying but waa arrested ate*teal
Buoanro. lMve a
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