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VOLUME 17 RALEIGH. N. C WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1957 NUMBER 13
Council Urged To Save Two Pools
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Aubury Evans Dead •
New Killing Shocks City!
Argument Over Driving
Leads To Death Here
Ihe pre-Christmas weekend was marred
hy a killing 1 Saturday afternoon, bringing to
four the number of murders in this city in (he
past three weeks.
Aubury Evans. 17. of 627 Quarry Street. was pronounced
‘.tad upon arrival at Saint Agnes Hospital from a bullet wound
> i the heart. He was allegedly shot by Junious Stewart, 32. ot
Raleigh. Evans was one of the “famous Evans boys” who live
In the 700 block of E. Davie St., known as “Evans Bottom "
Al Bt'RV EVANS
• . . killed ny own gun
, . , wm shot by Evan*
Students Ignore Educator’s Plea
To invite Dorothy Counts Back
C H ARL OTTE Apparently
fht’o will be no move by students
■ I. Harding High School to Invite
former pupil Dorothy Counts to
Jennie Ty>» Satterfield. 17. pres
ident of the student body, said
“'the majority of the student body
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A BIG MOMENT-~P<ww Pius XU lecotu bn Gostatorial diair to pot « dhJldf h©W «feft M
during mow <rudi»nc« of pilgrim* irons various parte of the world in St. Peter's Vah>J!
Cih. As m fanner y®os*i, ti» Christmas season drew hordes of worshinmm to th« v<*™
«»4 to PolestuM « Jerusalem all during the month of Docm^TSiSS^ lftSpJ '
i Stewart, who resides at 219
1 Smithfietd Street, is still confined
| at the hospital where he is being
i treated for a gun wound in his
j left thigh, resulting from being
; shot by Evans.
The two men exchanged blows :
and pistol shots after they became j
l engaged in an argument near Ev-1
The argument is alleged to
have started when Stewart,
driving south on Quarry St.,
passed Evans’ ear, also head
ing south, and eut back too
sharpiy into the. lane, nar
rowly missing thp Evans ve- .
Evans and Stewart alighted
from their autos, according to j
witnesses, and Evans is reported i
to have started cursing Steward;
and threatening to beat the;
younger man up.
"Man, you're too old to fight, j
Go on.” Steward is alleged to
have told Evans.
At this point Evan?; ran into |
i his house nearby, a detective said, j
| and came out with a ,38 calibre j
A bitter argument ensued and!
| Evans hit Steward on the side of i
his head with the weapon.
Steward then appealed to
Evans to "fight fair, "Evans
handed his gun to Calvin
Madden, of 823 E. Cabarrus j
Street, who said he had just i
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is not interested in asking her
Miss Counts. 17, was the first:
Negro assigned to Harding. She I
attended classes for less than a i
week and then dropped out be
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LOOKS FORWARD TO CHRISTMAS Mrs. Susie Smith is
preparing to celebrate her 104th birthday in Chicago on Christmas
Day. Mrs. Smith was born on a plantation in North Carolina and was!
soid as a slave at the age of X. She said she ran away and lived in
Arkansas until moving to Chicago 13 years ago. (UNITED PRESS
Rev. J. W. Jones Victorious
As Popularity Contest Ends
Reverend .T, W .Tones wort the
CAROLINIAN’S SIOO Christmas
present this week.
Holding first place continuously
since the rivalry began, Reverend
Tones, pastor of Fayetteville Street
Baptist Church, Raleigh, had- polled
d. 710 votes when the CAROLIN
IAN Most Popular Minister's Con
test closed last Saturday,
Runner-up /or second place
wa* Rev. Howard Cunning
ham. pastor of First Congre- '
gationai Christian Church. Ra
leigh, who received a total of j;
Third place honor went to Rev, [
E. 1... Brodie. pastor of Mitchell |i
Chapel Baptist Church, Louisburg. jt
who won 930 votes, while in four- !
th place was Rev. W. R. C'uth- |
bertson, pastor of Greenville Tub- I
crnncle AMEZ Church, Charlotte, j
who canvassed 790 votes.
Other contestants polied votes as
Rev. Robert L Shirley, Ra
vie Street Presbyterian Church, ij
Raleigh, 410; Rev. F. f>. Fuller, i
Reynolds Chapel Church. Gull- !
ford. 190; Rev. J. E. McGrier. j
First Baptist Church, Warren- !
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Hearing In Holt Case
Now Set For January
Attorney for Joseph H. Holt, Jr„ j
15 who is seeking an injunction to |
allow integration and his atten- j
dance at Broughton High School. !
white, said they will request a j
snecial hearing of the case some- J
times -,n January.
Attorney Herman Taylor. I
To Save Poofs
GREENSBORO —The Greens
i'oro Interracial Commission call
t nn the City council to reserve
its decision to close ahd sell pub
, lie swimming pools here bg*
Tire Commission, a United Fund
Agency which says it does not
“take sides in debatable issues, - ’
also asked the Council to set up
an interracial group to advise the
I mayor and the Council on race
j relations problems.
The Council voted recently to
| sell the two public swimming
j pools, one white and one Negro,
rattier than run the risk of h iv
! ins to desegregate them.
Ttie Interracial Commission said
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Youth, 18, To
LEESBURG, Fla—Another rape
case with dramatic overtones a
gain focused attention Friday on
Lake County. Fla., scene of the
not >rious 1949 Groveland case.
Authorities held an 18-.vear-old
Negro nephew of Florida’s most
publicized integrationist on sus
picion of criminally assaulting a
38-year-old white woman, de
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~ rpCj-S-v. J
> r tv ir-.i ,
who represent* the youth, said
he would request the hearing.
"I have not had an opportunity
to confer .with my partner,
Samuel Mitchell, on the mat-
Clty 120; Rev. L. S. Pen, St
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S j * y tU 'r . c «, 1 n vo,, ' l ' s »f the -Mth Infantry Division, famed concert
5. \ r ,', ‘(Hinson leads (he «.iv viib a so? - somewhere near the front lines in Korea High,
lights ot the renowned artist s tour through Soul hr Ist Vs.a will be shown on a special “Nee It Vow”
shc ,Sr sro O »! hP , rBS / H :'' : rV nH ' vnrk - • ••b rhe Ify.ftQO mile tour, arrange! hv ANT.A ter
PHOTO **»aiimcn.. !<•<>« *nr suuicr through seven countries in Southeast Asia, (UNITED PRESS
W. G. Change, Former Principal,
Addresses School Masters Club
• WASHINGTON. N. C. “The
j greatest danger that cm come to
• any nation is a waste of its hu
; man resources " declared \V. C
| Chance, retired North Carolina
Is Bound Over
On Rape Charge
WINSTON-SALEM A High
Point man waived preliminary
hearing Saturday and was held
for superior court, trial on charges
of raping the attractive wife of
Wake- Forest assistant basketball
coach A1 De Porter.
After waiving the hearing' in
municipal court here Charles
Moore. Jr.. 27. of High Point. \v,.;
returned to jail and held without
bond for trial in Forsvth County
Superior Court. A trial date has
not. been set.
Moore has been held in jail in
Winston-Salem since hfc admis
sion of the attack a week ago on
Mrs. Lucy D. Porter. 25. Police
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By ROBERT G. SHEPARD
‘ GO TELL IT ON THE MOUN
TAINS": Christmas is a symbol
of something that, has to be ex
pressed spiritually if it is to be
meaningful: and it is full of the
utmost Mgmficence and the moU
profound meaning. The story of
Christmas is the story of sacri
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HUNTER IS ASSAULTED
RALEIGH - Mac Bunch. 1062
Cross Street, told police officials
that he was assaulted by John Gat
ling, 59. of 131 i Mordocai Dr. who
also took his wo birds dogs valued
Hi $l5O each. Bunch said that Cal
ling beat him with his hands and
fists and lrim' to choke him. Next,
Bunch reported that Gatling car
ried away his dogs ir, the back of
When arrested, Gatling ar
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Walk Out After
Bi- Racial Fight
ST. LOUIS. Mo. - The peace- j
fiil integration scene broke out. m |
turmoil on December 18 when be. j
tween 30 and 190 white students
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: school principal, in an address re
cently before the local School
Masters Club here
Disturbed by thr apparent
inactivity of Negro citizens,
■'ll’. Chance said. “The great
est danger to «r liberties to
day is M.I I•>■•.' >»i .interest in
matter's affecting our citizen
He further added that the re
: fossil of the Negro to accept the
ian Robs Movie And Tries
To Cash ‘Bum’ Cheek Here
MORGANTON- A young Mot - later and charged with armsd rob-
K=;s=; r ■*
;;To «r,ss* swi ss
Wednesday night-all in one hour., _ h 1
He was captured <\ iuw hours (continued on p*gv t)
Last Week Os Church Bonus
Money Program Now Underway
The fifth and final week of The
1 Church Bonus Money Program !
i will begin Thursday, December !
1 26. and ends at midnight, Wed
nesday, January 1. 1958.
Church members, who spend
j their Yule season dollars with j
merchants who advertise in I
WEEKLY ADVERTISERS OMMITTED
The regular listing of CAROLINIAN advertisers is omitted
this week as practically all merchants arc using their space to
*3r C Cm SSISm4 ir* i
Errand mnriii' . ■ - -
right;- guaranteed him by the Con
stitution today might well be
lost to him tomorrow."
Climaxing his message, Mr
Chance declared, "Legal seg
regation. as formerly practic
ed in the. South, is dead and
ma \ there be pcec« to it*
ashes, We lannot chant at it*
passing, neither is there
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The CAROLINIAN, can mak#
their money do double duty.
Best of all. they can help theW
churches get ahead in the Church
Bonus Money race.
The month is composed of
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