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Your Money," Wilkins Adyises Florida Solon
Proposed Million Dollar Segregalion Campaign
Four Schools
Get m,m
For Science
MIAMI, Fla. cavisr Harry Moore worked for^
A F^ori^ legislator who pro- the NAACP? Would he sell the,
tlie'raising of « million- slaughter of a Negro prisoner, [
-fund to spread pro-segrc- -already blinded by tear ga*, at
Uon propaganda in the North Homestead, Fla., last Tuesday?” j
been udvlscd "to save the The Florida legislator, he.
cy." arscrted, “will have to come up
■ The advicc was given to State with something else. He cot|ld|
ttcprescntative W. H. Rcody ol find a public relations firm—^you^
X^eesburgh by Roy Wilkins, can fuid anything when you
Executive secretary of th.' Na- have a million dollars to spend.j
tiMial Asaociation for the Ad- But the firm could not deliver
vancement of Colored
Play On Themes)
Of DeliRquency
At HKS te.
11959, and tipo^ your failure to
eWoi> dennil. to the peaticfi do go, the pferty seeking ser-
li} said proceeding, within vice upon you! will apply to the
tmwm
lUed i . . ^
ten dayi after the 3rd day of court for the 'veliet sought,
^anugry, ttSg, o? the plaintiff This 21 day of Nov. 195'
* ' ■ ■■ " tTfo- *■-- -
Stcmp, Clerk of the
nor Coyrt.
^is^lck & Berry
Attorneys At Law
Dec. a, 18, 20, 27; Jan. 3, 10.
Trustee Notice Of Sale
Under and by virtue pf the i ty,
58.
Margaret B. Best, CTerk,
Durham County Civ"
McKisslck & Berry
Attorneys
Nov. 29; Dec. 4, 11, 18
NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM COUNTY
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as Execu
tor of the l^tate of J. T. Pierce,
deceased, late of Durham Coun-
North Carolijui, this is to
I Four area colleges announced
PcojJle, the goods. Making garbage smelli jjjjg week receipt of a total of sponsoring the prej^tatipn.
during the eoursa of an addrcs.'s like ChaneJ No. 5 is a task b»-j $285,300 from the National Sci-i . .. . _ ! ■ ..
deiivwed at a mass meeting of dering on the impossible. Be
sides, too many people arc in on
the Miami NAACP branch htro trutij.”
on Nov. 23.
Representative Reedy, tha Wilkins further urged Gover-
NAACP leader noted, had ••pro- ' nor Leroy Collins, who has been
po«ed that ?l,000,000j{) be advocating a national coi
nised in the Soutli to engage a' on the desegregation
public relations fii^ to s ir Jie take steps within his
North on why tiie South needs to assemble counsellors and to
wgregation. 1 advise i^oprcstn- devise a pian" on how to pro-
t*tive Reedy to save the money. | ceed with desegregation of
The North is pretty well in-; Florida's public schools,
formed as to what segregation I “Here Is a proper place to
SMBna in the South... j exercise state sovefeignty,” he
What would Repres?ntativo said. “Why wait for a federal
commisrion or a southern com-
mission, or an act of Congress?
We sincerely suggest to Gover
nor Collins (because we assume
he' is sincere) that he call to
gether the wisdom of the , re
sponsible white and colored
citizens of Florida and proceed
to a plan that will place this
great state on the side of sanity
and observance of law.”
l^Md “seir to the Kortii?”
Wilkins asked. “Would he sell
the nvage segregated justico
represented by Shcrifi Willis
McCall. who shot a handcuffed
Negro prisoner as he trans
ferring him from Ilaiford for a
new trial ordered b3' the Su
preme Court? Would he sell tlia
bomb-murdcf of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry T. Moore at r.Iims, Fla.,
on Christmas day, 1951, just be-1
Virginia State One Site For
National Teacher Examinations
PETERSBURG, Va.
Virginia State College has
been designated as a testing
center for the 1959 nationwide
administration of the National
Teacher Examination next
February, P. C. Johnson, Direc
tor of Testing, announced last
we^.
College seniors preparing to
teach and teachers applying for
peiitions in school systems
which encourage or require ap-
irticants to submit their scores
M the National Teacher Exami
nations along with their other
credentials are eligible to take
the tests. The examinations are
pi^arcd anil administered an-
aually by Educational Testing
Service, Princeton, New Jersey.
I The designation of Virginia
estate College astesting center
for these examinations will give
' “Iwospective teachers in this area
~WJ up^rtufiity lo compare Iheir
performance on the examina
tions with approximately 10,000
candidates throughout the
country who will be participa
ting in the nationwide adminis
tration on February 7, 1959, Dr.
Johnson said.
At the one-day tasting session
a candidate may take the Com-
mbn Ebcaminations, which in
state College, Petersburg, Va.,
or directly from the National
Teacher Examinations, Educa
tional Testing Service, 20 Nassau
street, Princeton, New Jersey.
Prospective teachers plailning
to take the test should ^ure an
Application Blank and a Bulle
tin of Information promptly, the
Director of Testing advised.
Changes Make
Parents^ Job (f
Advising Harder
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.
“Changing employment and
educational opportunities makes
it absolutely necessary for Ne-
■gps~pareTrtgTOTTaKe a m&fe fieitvs
$285,300 from the National Sci
ence Foundation for summer
institutes for high school Science
and Mathematics teachers.
North Carolina College re
ceived jeO,50D; Virginia State,
$76,800; St. Augustine’s $51,Q00;
and Hampton Institute, $97,000
Dr. W. F. Robinson, chairman
of the Physics Department at
North Carolina College, will di
rect NCC's summer institute. It
will begin about Juno 8.
This ,is NCC’s third NSF grant.'
In 1956 the College was
awarded $57,500 followed by a
$53,000 grant in 195?!
Dr. Robinson and NCC Presi
dent Alfonso Elder announced
today that the grants are “to
provide opportunities ^Or the
science teacher to attend courses
in the subject matter of science
and mathematics especiallf de
signed ior him and conducted
by faculty members noted for
competence in their fields and
for skill in presentation.”
More than 50 teachers arc ex
pected to receive the grants
which carry stipends of $75
for each dependent in addition to
fees and tuition are included in
the total grants.
Persons interested in the grant
should apply directly to Dr.
Robinson.
Dr. James A. Boyer, president
of St. Augustine’s announced
that St. Augustine’s
wiU be under the direction of
Dr. Prezell R. Robinson;’ Aca
demic Dean of the college.
"Th(3 Persecuted Boy,“’ »n
original play on the tH*nne’ >t •
'juvenile delinquency by a CAROLINA
side high school teacher^ witf DURHAM^ COUNTY^
presented at the high school pn,!
Thiwsday evening Dec. ll. ita® ^wer of s"aie contained ln*a c^r-i notify all persons'having claims
eight p,m. . i . Itain deed of trust executed by! against said estate to exhibit
The drama was written aM Curlester Baldwin (widower).! them to the undersigned At 114
T J 2nd day of October, w. Parrish Street, Durham,
directed by J. W. Barnes, jdvijor. ipsf, and recorded in Book of I North Carolina, on or before the
to the Juvenile Delinquency Re- Mortgages 532, page 173, in the 32 day ol November,. 1959 or
scarch Club of Hillside whicW'Ss, of the Register of Deeds this notice will be plead in bar
of Durham County, North Caro- of their recovery. All perfions in-
lin*, default having been made^debted to said estate will please
in the payment of the indebted- make immediate payment.
thereby secured and saidj This the 17th day of Novem-
* * 1. li. tnereby secured and said This the
ts to show ^low the hom^,| jjeed of trust being by the terms 1 ber, 1958.
and community condemn thereof subject to foreclosure,! Mechanics
According to Baines, the pUy
attempt;
school and
the behavior Of youths while at,*'*}® undersigned trustee —
the same time contributlna to'*t pubic auction to pierce, deceased,
ine wme time coniriouung w. the highest bidder for cash at Nov. 22, 29; Dec.
the delinquency. |the courthouse door in Durham,
. . and Farmers Bank,
will Executor of the Estate of J. T.
6, 13, 20, 27.
■■me NORTH .CAKQugA
boy who Is the p-
nist, is a typicall;
lincfuent whose yi
tillty terrorizes the
y^ot
w
pro'
«ic .Itc
ul t^s
mun|ty;
jivhen the
|I8 /to, rpi
Ejt|ie najn^i
|ig dc!ll}i>
The conflict ari;
community takes
move what it coni^i*
ace posed by ’ the
quent. ;
Barnes said he tp iiicmr
in the ‘drama how ' tbf lai ‘
imderstanding,, loy« and''
tion on the part th* tfqiine,
community have contMbUted to
the aggressive behavior of: the
“Defendant.” I -
Anderson Council will be s^en
in the feature role as the “D^en^
dant.” James White and Wesley-
Brown will be seiiij as ^osffiM-'
ting and defense ii^i^i^%ys, re
spectively. 1
NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM COUNTY , ,
Ih The Superi^.i^urt
S. P. No.
Notice Of Service!.'® Procefs
By Publication 4ft Special
Proceeding By AOTw^trdtor
to Sell Real Estat^f?!>
L. C. Berry, Jr., Adiiltoistratdr
of the Estate 9f Louvenia Jpneif
St. Augustine's
Choir On Tour
Deceased, Petitioner
Institute^! Josephine Harris (^glJ^Wad-
dell Hoskins (Sinu^ £$br#ne
Hoskins and wife, SWR^lirekins,
Children of Cora Let J. liaskins.
Deceased; Major Joi^«nd wife,
Sarah Jones, Nero Jones, Jr.,
and wife, Ophelia Jq^es, ^sper
Jones (single); Maiw J. wbrk-
man ajid husband, Mmes Work-|it;i
29th day of December, 1958, the
property conveyed In said deed
pf trust, the same lying and be
fog the County of Durham and
iState of North Carolina, and
more particularly described
fbllows;
BE^ilNNING at a stake on the
lorthwly side of South Park
^(>rtb 48 deg, 30’ East 104
!eet the easterly side of
Altoh Street ait the corner of Lot
|(o. 8, 91ock 10, as shoWn on
niap hereinafter referred to, and
nmnfiAg thence North 49 deg.
30” West 158.5 feet to a stake i(i
Ihe line of Lot No. 4; thence
North 40 deg. 30” East 60 feet to
a stake; thence South 49 deg. 30”
East 168.5 fwt to a stake in the
northerly side of South Park
Lfine; thence along and witl) the
northerly side of South Park
Lane. South 40 deg. 30” West 60
feet to a staka, the raint of be-
^ii)flin^ and l^ing LOT NO
the Fayet^ille
1. V. Tjaw-
Road property of M
rence, as per plat and survey
now on file in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Durham
County in Book 17, at page 8, to
which reference is hereby made
for it more particular description
of same.
' THIS SALE will be made
subject to a certain other deed of
trust executed by Curlester
Baldwin (widower), dated the
2nd day of October, 1954, and
recorded ih Book 532, page 175,
in .the office of the Register of
Of Purham County, lforth
2Stl} day of November,
istee
ley
man; Euzelle J. Hards anil hus
band Boykins Harris; Stnh
jtTil CAROLINA)
H4M CQUf
NTY.)
RALEIGH
The St. Augu^ine’s College menced in the Superior
Choir left last Friday, for a tour Durham County, North
■which will lake them to the ex- by the pla^tiff as a
Lawson (Unmarri
belle White (Sit^l*?),
tent. Daughter of  Annie
White, Deceased, Defcndan
THE DEFENDANTS "
WOSKMAN and
WHITE (Single), will''te:
notice that a Special ProceMlng
entitled as above has been eom^
Qt
PLARA s. lee. Plaintiff)
vs.
WINSLOW LEE, Defendant)
, Ta.WlNSl^W LEE:
Tfwe nqtiCs that a pleading
part in encouraging and motiva
ting our youth to raise their vo
cational sights and increase their
academic achievements,” Her
bert L. Wright, NAACP youth
seceretary, stated in an address
to a youth mass meeting held
here on November 23.
The meeting which attracted
450 persons was sponsored by
elude tests in Professional Inf or-1 the Oklahoma City Youth Coun-
mation. General Culture, Eng-|Cil as a victory rally in celebra-
li*h Expression, and Non-Verbal] of the Oklahoma City Youth
Henning. In . addition, each i Ppyncil’s distinction as now the
«n«datb may take one or two (if NAACP yputh group in
treme part of Florida. On Sun-
tUy, Noy^ernber 30, in Miama,
Florida and the choir was slated
to appear on television at 9:3p
a.nl., and give a concert at 4:30
p.m.
On Monday, December 1, it
was to be heard at the four area
High Schools in Miami.
of Louvenia Jones, deceas^,
sell the real estate of the d«-
ceased, or iiO UUlch- tbcrCtDl
may be necessary for tfce la
ments of th* dfUt* of the'qfe-
ceased.
AND SAID defendant* ' will
further take notice that thef hre
required to appear at the ofjftce
of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Durham County, his
office in the Courthouse in/Dur-
ham, Nortn Carolina, and
the nation.
Th:
recruited 2,000
^9 junior life
council
,ar«d .
lers. )n addition, the coun'
|be eleven Optional Examina-
tKMU which are designed to de
monstrate mastery of subject ^lembc
^tte^4|i. Jieldp in which he'
may be assigned :o teach. reported that 37 restaurants.
Applications for the examina- lunch counters and drug stores
tions and a Bulletin of Informa- in the city have now been opan-
tlon describing registration pro- cd to Negro customers as a re-
ceduree and containing sample suit of the council’s sit-down
test questions may be obtainetf protest.”
from Dr. P. C. Johnson, Virginia
reserve
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been filed
action.
you has
in the above-named
' • The nature of the relief sought
is an absolute divorce from the
bonds of matrimony on the
gl^lfids of tw» ^laara separatton.
ou are required to make de-
m or be-
January,
S." te Swh ^ili^^ing on or be-
DURHAM COUNTY
NOTICE
Under and by virtue of atl
order of the Superior Court erf
Durham County, made in the
special proceedings entitled
Mechanics and Farmers Bank,
Administrator of Judson Dooley,
deceased, vs. Guy Dooley, Ethal
McNeil, Guy Dooley, Sr. and all
other persons in esse who m3y.
be heirs at law of the deceased
or interested' in the subject
matter, the undersigned com-*
missioner will on the 17th day
of December, 1958, at twelve
o’clock, noon, at the courthouse
door in Durham, North Carolina,
offer to sale to the highest
bidder for cash that certain tract
of land lying and being in Dur
ham County, North Carolina,
and more particularly described
as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake in the
East property line of Blast
Maplewood Drive, the south
east corner of Lot No. 7 Block
L of plat hereinafter mention
ed, property of Malissa fiay,
and running thence in an
easterly direction North 80
deg. 07’ East 333.7 feet to a
stake, the southeast corner Of
said Lot No. 7 Block L of
same plat; thence in a norther
ly direction North 0 deg. 53’
West 225 feet to a stake;
thence !n an easterly direction
South 84 deg. 30’ East 735
feet to a stake; thence in a
southerly direction. South 0
deg. 53’ Ea.st 275.6 feet to a
stak^; thence in a westerly di
rection North 84 deg.'30’ west
735 feet to a stake, the north
east corner of Lot No. 9 Block
L of plat hereinaftSlr referred
to; thence continuing in a
westerly direction along the
northern boundary line of Lot
No. 9 Block L j^outh 80 deg.
or West 325.8 feet to a stake |
in the property line of the east
side of East Maplewood Drive, I
thence In a northerly direction!
along said East Maplewood
Drive, North 6 deg. WJ' West
50 feet to 9 stake, ttie point
NWfen
iv^apiawood. Incorporate^ as
per plat recorded in Plat Book
15,' pUf 41, .office 'of the
Regbrer of Deeds of Durham'
County, an4 Four and sixty,
four hundrOTths (4.64) acres,:
more or less, or land adjacent
to said Lot.No. 8 Block L. The
said 4.64 acres, more or less,,
bfeing a portion of the original
tract of land conveyed to said
cprporation, paH o* wWc|t wiia
later subdivided and rdookoM
in Plat Book above mentioned,
and tl\e remaining portly be
ing yet not subdjvidM,: to
which plat reference is npr^y
made for a more particular de-
scl-iptlon of ame. See Deed to
Willie W. Bass et ux, Pook
192, page 410, Durham County
Registry.
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