-* ACVLTY INSTITUTE PARTICIPANTS Principal figures in ons of North Carolina
Caßagds meant throe-day faculty institute sessions examine materials during a coffee break in the
session, devoted to Viewpoints on Planning Studies. Prom hit, they ate: Dr. Arnold K. King,
vice-president for Institutional Studies, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Dr. Hahn
O. Edmonds, dean ol the NCC Graduate School and director oi the institute; NCC President Sam
uet P. Maasie Jr.; and Dr. Joseph H. Pittman, dean ol the college’s Undergraduate School.
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DURHAM President Samuel F.
Massie fret tad member, of the
North Carolina College faculty
Thursday morning and repeated an
earlier pledge, “to make North Car
olina a good place to work, live,
Addressing the greep daring
the first srniiea of the oellage’S
three-day faculty institute, he
addressed the college. Its pros
pects, aad Its problems hi a
speech entitled, -North Caro
lina College-Today and To
morrow.” This is the theme of
Speaking about recent education
s'. developments ii. higher educa
tion in North Carolina, he said all
state-supported colleges have the
same purpose—ottering a liberal
arts education, in varying degrees
and all cater to all groups. Hence,
he Mid, attracting good students
is now a major task.
These facts and similar ones,
-portend many things for higher
education in general and far North
Carolina College in particular,” he
Referring ta his April famag
nral address, ha Said: "North
Carolina College mast give to
aad rag mho of its atalmts tha
highest passible quality sf edu
cational tnstitntton eaa we have
• slgnltlcaant rale la today end
tomorrow. Oar primary goal,
then, simply stole*. meat ha
that of an toetttattaa provid
ing high duality edacatton
able to esmpeto in ike market
piece of Mias end opportuni
Presenting, ten components at
what he considered a quality edu
cation. he said he believed North
Carolina College poaaemad all of
them and declared: “The liberal
arts program aad graduate school
will be strengthened. Research and
creative activities will be emphasis
ed. Particularly, It Is desirable that
North Carolina Collage daee what
it does well* ht stated.
MONTY may not bring happiness
but It brings such a good imitation
that It is often herd to tell It from
the r«al thing.
Ed Hal And Evening Five
Set 15th Anniversary Sun.
Rd Ball and the “Sensational”
Evening Piv* Quintet of Raleigh,
will aheerve their 19th anniversary
Sunday, September 20. with a gi
gantic program at tha Jeffrey's
Grove School, hoginning at ? pun.
Doors witt open at S pan.
Ik ell, twelve groups will do their
top end moet requested numbers.
Every one Is leaking termer*.
15TH ANNIVERSARY SUN
DAY Pictured above arc
mseekers es the “Sensational"
Craning Five Quintet.” who will
aheerve their 15th anniversary
at the Jeffrey’s Grave School
Sunday, September M. Reading
frame left to right, first raw. are:
William Gilee, Jr., bam and gen
eral manager; John 8 tan back,
baritone; and Eugene Brown,
the “gulden vetoed” first lender.
Weak raw, left to right: William
K. Scarborough, tenor and gui
tarist; and Ed Hall. Jr., second
tender aad business manager. A
new member, not shewn. It
James Pledger, second tenor.
Mteo Lana Dunn, above, daugh
ter of the tote Mr. Albert nod
Mrs. Conte Dtrtm of Wake Far
sat, was married on Saturday,
September It, to Mr. Douglas
BSuerteon. Mr. Robertson Is the
son es Mr. Willis M. Robertson
es Newark, Now Jersey and Mrs.
Mary Hartafleld of Wake Forest
NEW YORK A nation-wide
Marshall Plan to wipe out poverty
in Negro ghettos Is "tbs best
hope” to right historic injustice
and avert future rioting, the Na
tional Urban League raid today.
"No extremist group—whether
Communist. Bircblte, or Black
Nationalist—could be successful
In igniting a riot If our ghettos
were not smouldering powderkegs
of resentment and denial. Whit
ney M. Young. Jr., Its excutive
director, told a graduating class
of Negro secretaries completing a
special training course at New
Be urged the nation to take
“» teeend leek” at the Lea
gue’s demerits Marshall Flan, x
prepared In Jane, IMS. It urg
ed a maestri program to up
grade the skills, housing and
ad wist tons I opportunities of
Negroes through a wide varia
te of pub he aad private ae
ttans. Itatoa called eye* No
grim to make extra ritertsMte
When"announced, tha league's
board of tniatoes warned ttmt
northern ghettos were "on the
mu of liMOktr • DtAU
ment, Young sold today, that now
*£ ui nmw, "■£*.
Young reeled off figures describ
ing five of the riot-torn etttea
Paterson and Jersey City, N. J.
Mow York, Philadelphia, and Bo
rtisstrr an places of poverty and
despair. Apprehending thorn who
Mggsrud the rioto, he noted, will
not solve the baste problem of tee
proving the lot of Negroes.
eeeerdhw to Ed Bril, Jr, torn
ef -Mm Eveateg Five,* s posi
tion far which may yoang
Indies ere vying. The lucky
young lady win ha aalfHted by
a local clothing and sham stare.
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SHOP FRIDAY RIGHT ’TIL 9! •!
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lucky use! and Re best dressed
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Groups riatod to appear on the
mammoth analvaraary fete include:
John Landis sad the Golden Echoes
Frank!lnton; The Mighty Clouds es
Harmony, Zebu km; Holland Chapel
u»if Chorus, Apex; The F*t- of
Harmony, Durham; The Carolina
Kings Henderson; Sylvester Brooks
aad tee Gospel Cordattoa, Chapel
Also The PeweUsttss, Zebulon;
The Sliver Bcbosa, Garner; The
"Greet” Gospel Jubilee Singers, The
Diving TVevelars, and the Capital
RALEIGH, M. CL. MBBMT, ■WHIR 1». 1»T
City Ftve._aHri Raleigh.
WLLR will he umstar of ceremontos
for the evsnt.
Monthly oamtaßi hi Csytoa
avenge the equivalent of fT, with
a low of 94J2 a month tor unskilled
labor. CentributtoM to CARR'S
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