$83,532.50 To N. C.:
UNCF Will Distribute Half
MHlionTo 32 Dixie Schools
• M» PORK. N. Y.—The Negro
CgWSa fund will distribute $500,-
M to S 3 amber colleges and uni-
HrriUee te 11 Southern states dur
ing the coming week, James R
&ooth*k Jr, rice-president for
dtvfihpmsnt, announced Saturday.
TW* will be the fourth distribution
at BfOcceds tram the annual cam*
Min this year.
' The United Negro Collate fund
bos been conducting annual earn-
Migns for member colleges and
universities since IM4, when it
flised $765,000. The goal for the
W 4 campaign is $3,000,000. Money
sfero annual funds is used tor
gcholgrshlps, faculty salaries and
atefeber collages and universities
to the states of Georgia. North Car
elint, Virginia. Alabama and Ten
nessee trill receive the targeet a
mount from the distribution. Seven
institutions in Georgia will receive
a total of $106,17135; six in North
CgreSia, $83,532.50; throe in Vir
gtoU. S94JMOJS; three in Alabama.
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RALEIGH DEBUTANTES—L. to r., front row : Misses Burnette Smith, Shirley Hick*, Car
olyn Rogers, Dienn Peebles, and Jeanette Ferrell. Second row: Miseee Carol Adarm, Gloria Hun
ter, Mery Tucker, and La Tanya Sanders. Thirdrow: Misses PhylHs Moon, Carol Mial, and De-
Linda Harris. Fourth tow : Misses Joyce Lee, Knv Stanley, and Shirley Marrow. Topi Mimsa rhyl-
Be Mershell, and Constance Winters.
HONORED BY AKA SORORITY Mrs. Nora Marshall,
tar right, was among the four families honored by the Alha Kap
pa Alpha Sorority last Friday night at the 27th Annual Debutante
Ball, held at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. Mrs. Marshall,
whose daughter, Miss Phyllis Marshall, center, was a 1964 De
butante, also has three other daughters who were debs. They are
shown behind Phyllis. Left to right are : Misses Janice. 1959; Peg
gy, 1961; and Patricia Marshall, who made her debut in 1963
Other parents cited were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Hinton, and Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley, each of
whom had three daughtws as debs, from 1954 through 1964.
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Or. Jamas E. Cheek, president of
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weekend that Shaw has bean
granted 999,970 by the National
Science Foundation to conduct a
six-weeks Institute In Modern
Mathematics for High School
Teachers of Mathematics during the
summer of 1968.
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vetved la the botttete program.
Each participant srtn reoelre a
baste stipend of MM pine an al
lows aoe es |M fer each partici
pant sptsi maxima es few
aad travel es ap te seven cents
George Thomas. Sr., associate
professor of mathematics, is the dl- i
rector of the Institute Program. 1
David Toomar, Negro employee
at Carolina Power and Light Com
pany** Cape Fear steam-electric
generating plant located at Man
cure, has qualified for membership
in CPAL's Pioneer Club by serv
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Tooraer, s native of Moncura,
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in November, 1636.
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Raleigh Oratorio Society Sets
Annual Christmas Concert Dec. 6
The annual Christmas season con
cert of the Raleigh Oratorio Society
will be held at White Memorial
Presbyterian Church at 3 p. m. Sun
day. December A
The concert will Mature works
by Verdi and Bach, all of which
are being preformed for the flrat
time In Raleigh.
Fitting to the ssasen. the so
ciety will present Bed* JaM
lant motet "Sing Ts to the
Lard- and tear sacred plsoee by
Verdi. Including bto most pew
erfnl seng es praise the Te
The 50-voice double choir will
be accompanied by s 10-piece en
semble consisting of trumpets,
trombones, tympani, french horn
and organ on two of the Verdi se
lections. Included In the instru
mentalists are Raleigh's new cam
poser-in-residence David Moves
and his wife Kay who will be play
ing tympani and trench barn re
The membership es the Ba
lalgh Ontario Society tnelades
■lagers from Utrengbeat the
Triangle Aron, as wan as Ra
leigh. Th# organisation km.
boon prsssettng mood choral
works to Raleigh far M yean
and has expanded la stea and
scope with the growth of the
area. This concert, Ilk* all pre
sented by the organisation, will
ha open to the pablto free of
Margaret Spiro Norwood, the so
ciety’s musical director, will con
duct the double chorus and aa
seanbie la the concert. The organ
accompanist to James Clyburn, as
sistant professor at music at Mere
dith Collage. Ha will present 56
minutes of Bach organ music prior
; to the concert.
Mrs. John Harder, society presi
dent, will preside over a coffee
hour tor patrons and friends fol-
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1964
lowing the concert In toe church parlor.
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