North Carolina Newspapers

    TBB CASOUHUUV
KALtfdp. N. C.. SATURDAY. OCTOpgR IS. l*S4
2
Atßaeford plant:
Gobbler To Oven-Ready
lirA Matter Os Minutes
TMT JNtTAX P^DKICK
T#n nUnutM *li the tim« it
takes Turkey Farms. Inc.,
to coxvert a barnyard “gobbler” to
and.Jßrtn-ready turkey displayed in
the local food market.
This" modem poultry plant pro-
IN and frooaoa. roady
o retail and inatttu
tn too United State*
hourand* of turkey*
to and heavy) and
(Mw'tM*l*4**ix
is Raefarg plant, to
tSartTm
Misissippi Fires Two Highway
PSelmen For KKK Membership
J/JBOU. Min (NPI) - One
at>6d~flfc«a haa eoma out of tha
bom MBs * nd tarrorlftie actlvltiaa
la «i**r*ardtomb and Matcher areaa
NAPE Gives
Winners 3
Top Awards
JT WTUUKT M. SANDSES
Tha Matlanal AUianca of Paatal
Smploycaa' Welfare rund Drive
aama to a cloaa Friday. October 3.
with a dance at tha Elke' home at
which tuna a drawing «ai held for
tha doer prim to be offered to tha
perten holding tha lucky ticket
,she find priM consisted of a
round-trip ticket to tha Mew York
World'* Fair for two with hotol at
eMrifSsHim. »!#*• «».)«» Imit mnS
including lout day* and three
nt rr'trr-'-r
waa a S&AiiO savin# band ana the
third prise, a table medal radio.
Th* fUte write want to A. J. Morrta
4f Wachavta Sank and Trust Co.
This ticket wss said by Wilbert V
Sander*, aacond prise. Mis* Valeria
Chavis, (tout* A Saltish, and third
prim to W. M Raid. SOS S. Blount
St the AUianca thla year plana to
tncraat* Ita aativlUaa tn tha field
of helping thoaa people who
ara unfortunate not to have th*
nicgggftHt of Ufa and to ua* th*
fund* w* rata* where they are
meat beaded W* at th* Alliance
f*al UtoUar h*tplng%h#« srow
wa alto t-rlr outaafvea to gr«W.
Mamflrs of th* Welfare Fund Com
mittaeSrc J- O. Autry lehairman).
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Processing from May to January
ia mainly turkeys with other fowl
filling In. but the period from Jan
uary to May ia rtveraed with fowl
as the major production item and
tuikeyp aa the fill-in.
Turkey* are purchased from pro
ducers throughout North Carmine
and tha northern edge of South
Carolina, with a limited number
coming from Georgia. Tha madam
day turkey producer uses tha meat
advanced method* of brooding,
feeding, hatching, and growing on
a specialized program such aa i*
found at Johnson Perms at (too*
Hill. Ston* Broher* at Lumberton.
McNair Farm* at Laurlnburg, Mur
ray Supply Co., at Mt. Oliva, and
Upchurch Milling Co., to name a
few.
—ls anything ia good shout it—
and that Is th* recant action by
Gov. Paul Johnson in firing two
highway patrolmen In the south
ern area of the state for holdinf
membership tn the Ku Klux Klan.
Tha firings ware desert bad aa
a crakckdawn aa Klan toflltra
tien In tha highway patrol, aad
cam* after the gaveraar bad
warned the patretaaen that
there would b* Immadlal* its
mlaaala *f any offteara taking
part In Klan asUvHlaa.
WhU* th* name* of th* two pa
trolman war* not Immediately dis
closed, their dismissal was confirm
ed by capital source*. The highway
patrol had been notified by direc
tive that th* KKK la on tha House
un-American Aatlvltlaa aommittoa's
list, a* wall as tha sUt* attorney
general’s office M a “aubvaralv* or
ganization."
(Mat* law provide* that member
ship In such group* violate* tha
oath of offlo* required of any pub-
Lectures By
7 Scholars
At Bennett
OREENBBORO Lecturer* by
•even visiting scholar* under tha
auspices of th* Piedmont Univer
sity Cantor,’ of Wlnitan-Salem, have
been scheduled far Ronnatt College.
It was amtowced this week.
First of Ihaa* will b* an Octo
ber is. whan Dr. Milton Barton,
of th* akamktry department at
Natre Dam* Unlvaralty. will
lector*.
Alto scheduled are tha following:
October 13—Dr Emanuel Stein,
economic*. New York University:
November- 1 -Dr Brand Blanahard.
philosophy, Yal* University; Febru
ary 35—Dr Edward Condon, phyt
ic*. University of Colorado: March
3—Dr. Frank A Brown, biology,
Northwestern Unlvaralty: March It
—Dr. C. Hush Holman, English.
! University of North Carolina at
1 Chapel Hill, and March 33-Dr.
Robert C. Weaver, sociology, ad
t mlniatrator U S. Homs and Fl
i nance Agency.
! N o Sender*. L. T Llgon, W. A.
| Curtis. C. P. Robertson, and Bry
an d Bathes (president).
IF IT SUITS THEIR purpoaa.
certain woman can (had a man aa
aaally and a* naturally aa a rattle
. snake shade ita akin.
PRINCIPALS AT 98 TH ANNIVERSARY OP COLLEGE Principe* standing M
ty-eighth anniversary o/ Saint Augustine's College an pictured, from Mt to right'. Dr. P.R. MOD*
imon, executive damn 61 the Collage; Dr. Jetnee K. Monte, director at Marriage Counselling Sara••
haa, Dheaaa ot Upper South Coro/ina, and tha speaker hr tha occasion; the Rt. Roe. Richard H-
Baker, Biehop ot the Diocese ot North Caroline; the Honorable James W. Raid, Mayor ot the City
at Raleigh; and Dr. James A. Boyar, president ot tha college. ( See story)'.
At N. C. State Fair:
11th Apprentice Bricklaying
Contest To Held October 16
rorty or mate young Tar Heal
bricklayer apprentice* are expect
ed to eampata for prizas and tro
phies In th* Uth annual N. C Ap
prentice Bricklaying Contest, to b*
bold at tho Stole Fair tn Raleigh
MARTIN ST.
BAPTISTS TO
HEAR ORATOR
(CONTINUED PROM PS«C l>
She la a member of th* First Bap
tist Church at Fayetteville She la
pe.a.Mifn *••..-*•** »m V*'
Milo. 01. BVAhB
i.. wtMil lay mßn
CommandriM of tho Daughter* of
lata of Ktadah Court of tho torn*
city.
Hor mtoMfo will otntor around
tha theme: "Chrtatlanlty: tho Wo.
■nan * Paeeport to Service." A fei
lowahlp hour will bo hold attar
tho morning aorviea. Tha public la
Invltod to attend.
THOUSANDS ON
HANP TO GREET
THE JOHNSONS
(COKTINURD non FAGS 1)
Thlo ta a boat tho moat beau
tiful hall I have over aeon." ha
•eld taking note of tho LU
bannora threegheet **l Ilka tho
daaeratlana. I llko the Dame
rratl* onthualaam."
The President attaekod hla Re
' publican opponent Barry M. Odd.
water, on many taauoa. from tha
latter'a itand on farm policy to hia
• oppooltlon to tho recently enacted
i federal tax cut.
‘ Approximately IS ovation* inter*
mpted President Johnson* proper*
ed addroao.
•COMES TO* ~
ON LONELY
FARMLAND
(CONTIHUSV PROM PAGE 1)
Mr Alaton atated after they told
him they were from Maryland and
#u}4 not find the place atone, ho
oona anted to ride and ahow them
tho way.
At tho Maaaaatlan of Hargett
end MaDeareß Streets (In front
of Pettoe Hsodgtmrttrs) e man
attthm ka tha beah neat wtth Ala
tan. etnok a phial to hla keek,
than hit him ever tho had wtth
H.
Tha rktfm mid tha next thing
ha rwnotnhond wm "coming to"
about MB a. m. Saturday, four
miloo hem Bin Vtarka. in tha yard
of ap ehondoned houeo
He had a cut on tho left aide of
hia hood, three tnchee long, end wo*
bleeding.
The only deocrtptton Aleton could
funuah police of hia aamtlanta w»»
that "eae es them had a humpy
thee."
He area robbed of git m eeab.
and an ospenetee watch
tnveotlganen ta continuing ta tho
coin
WINNERS IN
FURNITURE
FEST NAMED
(eoNTonm nog mm oh«>
offletal es Bhew Onteerasw. who
wen mi Amarlean aofa nod chair;
If tea Mary Phnear. 4401 Cnmolot
Drive, Motorola stereo: tin V O
uaiiAia jr- Sill Memory Lana.
sr>jsr?wT
thaMha Darla. M S Oaberrua
Street. Mrr
on Friday. October Id.
Tha appreaittoas wW malah
their skills storting at IhN a.
m.. In an open fairway nartk of
the IndnatrM lellitig. The
eedlest will be limited to regis
tered apprentices, tralsdag an
tha Job under Ike Slats-epons
ored program, ark* teas earn
plated not mere then 4to*
hour* of their training.
At stake in the all-day competi
tion will be bond prizes of S2OO.
man Hatch, Mount (Rive. Link*
Taylor dry sink; Mia* Blondal
Barnes. 131 W. Hargett Street,
Dixie dinette.
Others war*: Miss Barbara K*-
blawi, 3810 Sherman Avenue,
Howard eofa and chair; Mr*. OlUe
Roberto, YoungavlUa. Southern
, suim. *>wi.
ard. Route 8, Wake Forest, Cotton
B:U cr.c'.i; uni rt
Folk Swot, Caaard bookoaaa;
Mr*. J. L. Johnson. 3007 W. South
Street, throe table* by Novelty;
and Mia* Mary D. Hamilton, ill
South Street. Kingadown bedding
Some U-member Horae took
part In th* mammoth affair.
MOTHER, THREE
KIDS DROWN IN
AUTOMOBILE
(CONTOIUSS PNOM PAOt I)
tug h* last eontrot as his ear
on a ftralUt akrat-h as toad
way, awarvad to tha loft and
phuyd Into Ready Branch
Koonoa stated further ha went
to a nearby farmhoum. got a rep*
and pulled tho survivor* from tbs
rushing water* as they clung to
overhanging branch*** and brush.
Officers investigating the in
cident aald th* ear plunged IS foal
Into the creek.
Tha victims ware returning
from a grocery shopping trip In
nearby Richland* at the time of
the fatal accident.
CURRENT AND
WILLIAMB ARE
NAACP SPEAKER
II ON I IN* Oil VtWM *M„* It
keynote the convention Friday
night, speaking on the Political
Future of tha Negro in the State
and Nation.
Saturday night. Perry H. Wil
liam*. Amt Executive Director
for Contract Compliance of tho
President's Commltlre of Euual
Employment Opportuni y. plus
several other aganrier will de
liver a special adder* to the
eonvenlion an employment o
penlng* hitherto rlo.nl lo mi
nority.group appltranK large
ly heeatm of rare: hut now
aeon la ruallfird Negro-*.
Mi** Lurlla Black, national mem
bership secretary, will he present
j to receive an expected Is-ae tnim
jber of NAACP mer”her»hip te
( help Tarhaelta hold her place a
gainst southeastern *tal*a which
: -he ha* preciously led
Mr* Ryby Hurley, the Washing
ton. D. C.. minister * daughter, wbq
haa been preaching civil rights all
o\*r Dixie; and. who. like General
McArthur—ha* returned to Al*
ham* after being driven out eight
years ago (NAA CP ha* just re
gained entry Into Alabama l , will be
preeent to inspire the convention
with her dynamic personality to
greater effort*.
I Thla year, the only public
meeting will be at the St Jame*
United Presbyterian tharrb
all day rhwredey, principally
far mints** ra: and tha Friday
night maattog at It Jame*
Praaby. Chnrcb. Registration
and bmtoaaa session* will bo
b*M al too a Hoary Hotel
Th* NAACP t* urging all ci-irena
to beatir themselves to go immedi
ately to their rtgistratirfn places
and qualify to voto in the Novem
ber 3 elections
“LADY BIRD**
ISSUES PLEA
FOR EQUAUTY
CONTINUED PROM PAGE 11
worn trees the Parker Gray,
Hanaming mad George Wash
ington school*. On* waa aR-
Nagra, east has Integrated.
That* wag a —beta total nans
bar at Negrete la the arewg
early
to wftaea* the
Wearing an Amerlean beauty
wool ton jtJ^^acJte^c^tnbtn*.
the preaidant and her daughter.
Linda erbo wore a black and white
checkered Jacket and elbow length
SIOO. and SSO for th* three top
ranking contestant*, and engraved
trophic* for th* Champion Brick
layer Apprentice and his employer.
Th* contest will bo Judged by a
panel of building and masonry ex
perts
Th* aimnal contest —a popu
lar event at th* FMr—to bald to
■ttmalate public tatorast hi do
valeping a more highly skilled
labor fore* la too The Heal aaa
•truetlon trade*.
Contest sponsors ar* th* M. C.
Deportment of Labor's Divtotoo of
Apprenticeship Training; Brick and
Ttla Service. Inc.; Carolina*
Branch. Associated General Con
tractors; Construction Apprentice
Councils In North Carolina; N. C.
Conference of tha Brick nasonF and
Plast*rara' Interna tier*! Union; N
TwvrMitte nf
ArchHacta; Divlaioo #1 Trad* and
< ■ r-* rs
Construct ion Education Foundation I
of N. C.; Carolina Lumbar and ,
Building Supply Association: and |
th* Bureau of Apprenticeship and ,
Training. U. S. Department of U- i
bor.
'
blue glovt*.
Praiaing tha South for Its «on
tributions to national lift, the
First Lady said that in recant
times, "W* rsoognlto th* strain tot
tha South from national Ufa aa a
whole."
“I nav* shared with you tho'
concern that haa com* with this
strain . . . certainly there are
problems ahead, but my hutoand
haa always felt that problem* are
there to be sotvod. not simply de
plored." aha declared.
"I think that wt all under
stand that the hard duty of as
suring equal and conatltuttonal
right* to all Amerioana falls, at*
only on th* President of th*
United States, but upon all who
love tha land. I am aura w* win
risa to that duty."
MCNEILL ACTING
NCTA SECY
footisr^tra^w.
School. Oxford, he ia a native of
Durham and a I*4B graduate of
Hillside Nigh School. Banting the
B.S. and M.S. degree* in 1983 and
1887, respectively, from North Car
olina College He later studied at
Wisconsin State College and North
Carolina State at Raleigh.
McNeill Is married to th* former
Mias Myrtle Jonas of Burgaw, a
former classmate, who serves as a
librarian in tha Durham City Sys
tem.
They hare two daughter*. Shelia
Colette. 8. and Runette. 3.
BISHOP BABER
TO ST. PAUL
AME SUNDAY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
*erva breakfast to thoaa who are
to Jain thorn.
Tho Sunday School Department
la turning all of Ita classes over to
guaal mate teacher*, wh* are ex-
Meted to tend a contrasting atmos
phere to a great day at Christian
BLCB PLATE
Grape Jelly 10-ob. 5 for 99c
Frath Spare Ribs lb. 35c or 3 lb*. 99c
Good Weiners U>. 39c or 3 lb*. 99c
PorkSausagt lb. 35cor 3 lbs. 99c
Rib Beef Stew lb. 29c
Sliced Pork LiygL 29c
Sliced Pork Steak • lb. 49c
Center Cut Pork Chops lb. 69c
Rib Beef Steak 099 **!
Jellies 1$ os. gl 4 for 99c
Streak O Lean Meat lb* 29c
Proati Ground Boat lb. 39c or 3 lb§ 1.14
HORTON’SCASHSTORE
St. Aug.*s Business Department
Relocated To Provide More Space
SL^a^SSTcWu^kirtegi
t phyHcal C »r« U to 'accom
modate tho hi creasing number at
ahidaata oeuoantratlng In eenamer
ctOmad aearaterUO^tratoing^^^
oratory atogmoema that tiMtodatwo
Princeton News
mt MBS. MUMS UR BABDY
fMMOnoar ~ The •$. Slmß
Plzoipto Obureh maatoire of
Princeton attended their anUw
School Convention at Clam Orovc
Dtedpte Church in plkivflte on
if mmA WOnhiOKMd
mm "we^^p^wm
with mom.
Urn Oadar Oiwre Church of
w * idft#, MVuTQftj tno OlllXmf • *DI
pastor, Bov. Willla WtUlam* of
Four Oak* and others participated
In thorn mrvtoag.
Tb* Princeton Oradsd Sftinnl
will bold Hr VTA awating Wad
paadgy night, Ootobor 14. to tho
aftww auditorium. AS parent* **<l
frienda an orgad to pteaas b* pra
gent Tour ptmonm to oppreelat
ad. Hr. T. O. Nixon to principal
and Bov. John W. Orady to prato
dent.
A THOUOBT
"Enter Into to* gates jrltts
ihawkatoto,* m amto 4«4a kin aiaixia
insiuUfiViiiii w*u into nil oouns
with ptutoo: be thankful unto
him. sad Mam Ms name.” Fmkn
100:4
broth arhaod
Serving as *e-«hairnMn at Han’s
Day will be Thomas Crumby sad
J. C. Washington.
Bishop Brter was educated lx
the public schools at Mtotogw.
His milage training was received
at Payne Theological Seminary at
Wilberforc* and Chicago Theologi
cal Seminary.
BISHOP OEOBOE w. HABIB
Bishop Baber km com* all the
way tram th* part or ate of a church
with sight members to the pastor
ate to Bbenaser In Detroit where
ha pestered from 1884-1844. pur
chasing a new edifice In which tha
General Conference met In 1840.
While there th* membership in
creased from 800 to over 8,000. Ha
was elected Bishop In Philadelphia
In 1944
Ha represented to* AMB Church
at the Conference on Life and Work
In London in 1837. H* waa a dele
gate to the World Methodist Con
ference at Oxford, England in 1891,
in Oslo. Norway in 1801 and to tha
World Council of Churches In New
Nelhi, India in 186 L
LOCAL NAACP
REGISTRATION
(CONTINUED nON PAOI ONI)
lcoal election on Nov. 3.
The drive te being carried out in
all motions to Wake County. Reg
ular and apodal registrars are
moving around th* country, bold
ing registration clinics In church
es, school* A various other places
Volunteer worker* ara aiding the
registrars in this special effort
Mrs. Ruth Morgan and Bartel
Lane are spearheading the drive
outside to tha dtp of Rateigh.
James A Shepard to acting aa
registration coordinator in Ra-
With. Apex. Wake Farad and the
Jeffreys Ortrre area.
pereona dealring le register
should oontact tha Be*. Charles
Ward In Rateigh. Bov. Ward te
th* date NAACP ragtetratton
chairmen and mpsrvteor.
with i
itoiNointef togm'vtotob to out- '
-a m imfTmtoa
nimfl m
bar at agftea mamtoae and modm
dupUcating aqulpUant.
A Two-Year Secretarial CwH
eulum is new batof oOwad atthe
H. E. Brown
Laymen’s Day
Keynoter Sun.
Tbs National dtobodtot Church
baa set October 11. 1954 aa th* dto*
tor the obeervanea of Layman's
Day. Tb# Wttaon Tempi# MathodU*
Church. 1088 OberUn Roed win ob
serve this date wMb too toon of the
church participating In th* morntog
service. They will have full control
of fiS7swrvteo to 11 Tha^RgV;
Fool# Will pautodo at this
aarvto# m tb# pratodato of toa
Methodist Man. Tb# puhli# ia to
*The apaokar tor (to* oemtom wfll
ba HOrtort BUtett Brewn. prindpto
of the J. W. Llgon. Jr.4r. High
Seto^.
A native as WQmingten. Mr.
Biown was educated at WWtoton
High School there. ART Coltega.
Oreanaboro; and raetovdS tb* MA.
degree ot How York Untvarelty. Ho
haa pursued furthar study at th#
Unlvaralty of Fmnaylvunia. North
Carolina CoUagatend Fayattevllto
State CoQase.
Ha hold* membavtotlpa ia many
learned organization* and tea
rotmh*- of St Paul AME Church.
• ■ r
Police Officer
At A&T Buried
GREENSBORO Funeral zerv
ices for Lawrena* M. DeShlaldz. a
campus police officer at ASiT Col*
lege, wore conducted from th#
Brooks Momorlal MathadM
Church. High Faint, on Sunday.
September 37.
Th* deceased, who, following a
i brief lUnaaa, died at th* Veteran’s
Admtoistratton Hospital in Durham
on Smtmtoar 31 had served at
AAT CoUag# alnca 1955. He worked
for tour yam* an th* Janitorial
statt. and la 1817. assumed tha posi
tion whtah ha held until hte death.
A natter* to Sattebury, Mary-
I land, DaShtelds waa a gradnato
I el Hampton lna«krt*. sad. pri
or to aamtng te ART, waa aa
tozkra tir aad auparvtoar to
jznft artel services atVbgtoia
State C*Ueg*. Pstereburg. Ta
H* te survived by bis wif*. f
1 teacher in tha HlUshoro public
’ schools; twa sons. Lawrence. Jr,
' and Jsrems. and a daughter. Sha
ron.
Ladies' Stretch Denium
PANTS IK
Tapered leg*, side sipper, Misses gizre ■l§
8 thru 16. ■ ■
Regular $4.11 m ■
'2.88» * \
Boyt’ Long Sleeve
Cotton
SHIRTS
Lmß* ablfetiofi of bright wn|fiit
colon. Ip miny different psHtre*.
Cheat pocket. tUes S thru 10.
88-
mmmm—maaaaammammma—mameiaimaamma^aammmmmmaaaa^mam
Men’s Long Sleeve Cotton A
SHIRTS jA
Big! Big Value! Latest colon and pgttenw. jDw
Button down collar. Sixes S-M-L. nT MR
•1.88-
LADIES'
CORMIROYCAPRIS
onb 88~
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88 Cen-ter
{■rellnittan. aiemanary zbteSSd.
gSgtoS^wjg
eured team to# toßm to too mmu
thre dean to to* etote#a
YMCANow
Owns Tract
Os Property
baoama lha owner of proßgrty tb*
AaaodaUon now opmptos wttns
Itoad waa recorded to Ihlg effect
hrt* last Wednesday.
Tha purehaaa wag made SoMtote
by s SIIO,OOO oopttat fuadt mm
paign oonduotod mrttor to_ to#
F**r with F. J. Carnage. Oantml
Chairman and A- E. Brown and 4.
W: Baton. 00-ChaJrmgn. Offlmrz
Sf the Association are: C. A. Hay
wood, Fraxktent; B.K. Tool*. See-
SSoafii c. e.
Cameron. Jamas M. Poynar, B. N.
Richards and Karl Hudson.
The tract of land with two buil
ding* previouzly teased for th*
state of North Carolina te bound
'd by Btoodworth. Lenoir. Booth
and Paraon Street* ooaUinz M,-
000 Muare feat and was purthdled
for MBAOO.OO.
Present plan* can for tha reno
vation of th* existing buildlna*
and adaptation ot "Y" um and
the eventual replacement with
modern (unctions! structures.
The Bloodworth Street "Y" waa
offtoUUy opened on Jtjpa 18. 1848
When the charter waa pretented by
the late Honorable Joaapqu* Dan
iel*. former Assistant Secretary of
the Navy and Ambassador to Mex-
Tbe YMCA Beard to MUttf’-
ment includes in addition to offl
eera nahtsd above: Dr. N. H. Ha -
rie. C. N. Cob)*. Dr. JV, L- Perry.
H. E. Brown. O. H. Flagg. Dr. J.
Thomas. H C. High. tor. J. Mills
Holloway. Ban. F. Jobnaon and C.
C. Smith, Jr.
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