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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, April 19, 1958, Image 1

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Interracial Lovers Nabbed In Raid Naar Albemarle Judge Gives I Pair Long Sentences ALBERMARL.E A white wom an and a Negro man were found ijilty of fornification and adultery and given two years each in pris on by Judge S. Craig Hopkins in k Stanley Court Monday afternoon. Mrs. Pauline Furr tendered a plea 0/ guilty to the charges. Minor Davit wa* found guil ty after testimony was given by two officers of the Bad In police force to the effect that the two were found together in the home of Minor Davie in the Negro section of Badin cm the night of April 6. Judge Hopkins, in passing sen tence on the two defendants, said that such incidents tend to stir up racial feeling and that he frit com pelled to give each the maximum sentence allowed under North Ca rolina Jatv, Mrs. Furr was also convicted in January of 1856 of formfication and given 12 months It was not known allegedly iust how the officers happened to be in the neighborhood at the time of the incident. The trial before Judge Hopkins drey a large, audience of both col ored and white spectators to the courtroom. However there was nn teport of “strong feeling’ in the , area. Whether the pair intends to ap peal the terms was not ascertained at ores? time. (CQNTtNUED ON P4GF State Crown And Sseptsr Slabs To Meet At St. Augustine's Saturday Using as the general theme "MA- j KING USE OF THE SCIENTIFIC AGF, IN PLANNING FOR THE > FEDS OF A CRANING WORLD ’, j :ip 27th annual meeting cf the ! , U '.e Crown and Scepter Honor So- i <•: -ly "-'ill be held at St Augustine s j Col!*S* on April 18th The regis tration begins a* R:45 a rn. with I Convicted Rapist-Stayer * To Be Executed Thursday RICHMOND, V*. Drifter Jer- ; rniah McCray, 2b, waited without ! apparent hope of reprieve W'edhe?- j day to die Thursday for the rape slaying of a white widow. McCray is scheduled to be elec trocuted in State penitentiary here for the murder Feb. 2 of Mrs. Jean ette M. Griffin. 42, of Ladysmith, Va.. one of .five persons he con fessed idling Hams And Eggs Bring Top Prices At Johnston Show SMITHTHELD Ham, which ; vas cured in the country, sold for i 520 a pound and top eggs brought ; 540 a dozen Friday at the dose of the three-day Johnston County Ham and Egg Show and Sale Snufhfiela Chamber of Com * Drag Lake | For Body Os Boy, 12 COLUMBIA." S c" - Richland County authorities. Tuesday drag ged Forest, lake for the body of t 12-yesx-oid Negro boy who dived i In for a swim Monday and dis appeared. Playmates told officers that be- ', rcy Tucker told them he was gc- 1 ing for a swim, stripped off his I fi'O*TTNV»D ON PAGE E) )»■ HAM AND EGG CHAMPS—The Rev. T. Hosutl, Middlesex, Houle 1 and Mrs Thurman Mitch* j nar, Smithfield, Route 1, display their grand champion entries at the 41th annua! Johnston County Ham and Egg Shew and Sale in Johnston County last. week. The ham was sold for S2O a pound and the eggs brought S4O. "hr: Standard Printing Co* J&0-&26 3. First ot* Louisville, %* v'F'^ : '' g * lyii * •'"'l ~ : : v -- ■ 4l§ . • ... ' f ' ' .. ' MAY QUEEN Miss Bessie Smith, senior honor student, will reign as May Queen at St. Augustine's College. Raleigh. Miss Smith | is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu • * Honor Society, and Who’s Who, She hails from Rocky Mount. | the first session beginning si 10:00 a. w Dr. Leo Schubert, professor and chairman of the department, of I chemistry will be the main speak i er. Severs! workshops have been J planned They are: Job Opportuni ties In The Field of Mathematics i and Science. Personality. A Major ! Ge»’ J. Lindsav Almond bat ie | fused to commute or delay the | death sentence, and McCray's court appointed attorney. Horace Rever comb, said he found no basis to ap peal (he conviction March 13. Almond, referring to murder charges against McCray in Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and Colonial (CONTINUED ON V>AGE Z> merce officials and I, R iHam'i Johnson. Negro farm agenc Gi ru ed the event “a complete success.” Johnson annually manages the all- Negro program Twelve dozen choice egg? sold at ! public auction for 5268, or an av ; eras'” of sl9 a dozer. Thr top dozen, exhibited by Mrs Thurman Mitehner, Smith field. Route 1, sold for sin. They were purchased by the j Smithfleld Hog Market, Ths 21! prime quabty country ■•ured hams sold for s tots! of 32. K 10.20. or an average of 32.32 per ;pound Th* ton hsis exhibited by three-time grand champion ex hibltor, the Rev t I Herott Middles*v. Route 1. sold for 829 per pound The Smlthftold Bog Market was the high bid der Farm Agent Johnson declared ; this ytsr'n t\ ent, "The best m-w, i both in number and quality of en | tries." (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) • Factoi In Job Success. Unexplor ed Avenues of Employment, Broad \ ening Our Areas Os Recreational : ■ interest. Mental Health, A Ptere- ! ?r. : i! To Su.ccc,r,r, and A “r■- Do You Went Out Os Life The afternoon session will be left to election and installation of officers and committee re parts. Instead of the usual tal ent program, time will he xl iif red so? me ui bets to Attend •he Fctoace Fair *n :sF,o*efl b*' the seiitfer.* depart went of Saint Augustine’s College A social -will be held from 4.00 tc. 5:00 p. rn which will enable all member,- and advisors to become (CONTINUED ON PAGE S'! Nashville Sees Trouble - In “Mixing” NASHVILLE, Teno School officials testified in Federal court Monday that complete de&egrega ■ hon of Nashville schools now might lead to "trouble inside the school' and outside." Negro leaders indicated they would agree to something less than complete school desegrega ■ , tion next fall. Federal Judge William Miller took the case under advisement after a five-hour hearing on a school board p!?n to in to inte • grate one grade a year. The first grade was Integrated last fall. There were numerous nut (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) Bootlegger Runs As Big j Still Raided AIK.ENS, sT C—Aiken County ’ officers Sunday night uncovered a huge lgo-gallon still in the clos ed-down Old Aiken Inn, but were | too late to catch the operators. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) TALENT HIGHLIGHT OF 6TH FOOD SHOW ■ M VOL 17, NO. 29 RALEIGH, N. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 Ex-Pastor Shoots In Churchl *» + + + + + + + + For January Killing Os Librarian; I Teacher-Slayer On Trial Cleric Enters Church With Guns Blazing NEW YORK A minuter walk- !j ed info . Harlem church during j • services Sunday with two shet- |j i guns, a pistol and a hatchet, and j | opened fire with both shotguns ; | I'll kill everyone in the church.” j the B?v, Moody Dunning over tlar bent heads of 3tK? tvor : .tnipp.-.i r. Two partshionfw standing *t the rear of the church jump ed to deflect the, gum ar Dun ning fired w ith both hands. The pellets sprayed (he walls and i ceiling. Injuring no one. Dunning, who had founded the ! Monumental Baptist Church 13 j years ago, was dismissed with a | *15,000 settlement three years ago ! after s disagreement over building s improvements with the congrega tion. His successor, the Rev. Nelion j C. Dukes, and members of the con- j i g.regatiori received threats from , ; him shortly after that, but. had not j i heard from him again until Sun day, police said. Dunning had hung the shot guns around his neck on string and had the pistol and hatchet (CONTINUED ON PAGE J> 2 Additional j , I ;| Ministers To Vie in State j TVo newcomers entered the Min- j irter's Popularity Content during [ the fourth week to bring the lota! number of contestants up to four- j teen SUP in first place i« Rev B S. Richardson paster e! Shs'oh Presbyterian Cburcb, GelAsbe re. With 6260 vote* as counted Taeaday at 5 » in Holding to the second poaftian Is Rev Cunningham, pastor of Firs* Congregational Church, Balelfh. with 1755 vote* I In third place -is Elder J T Row- ■ ell. pastor of Seventh Day Ad' »n- j tirt Church Durham, ‘vith a total i of 1170 votes. Fourth place contestant this week ; is Rev. L S. Penn, pastor of St ! frOWttNTED OW PAGE S) Fourth Week Popularity Contest Standing* REV. B. K. RICHARDSON. Goldsboro 5250 Shiloh Presbyterian Church I REV H. W. CUNNINGHAM. Raleigh 1750 First Congregational Christian Church S ELDER J. T. POWELL. Durham 1170 Seventh Day Adventist Church l REV. L 5 PENN, Raleigh *BO St. Paul AME Church REV. R. W. BUTTS. Jamesvllle • JiW Piney Grove Disciples Church REV. WESLEY SIDDLE. Roxboro 53,i Mill Hill Baptist Church REV. CLYDE B. WALTON. Garner . TlO St. Amanda Church REV. ROBERT SHIRLEY. Raleigh 170 . Davie Street Presbyterian Church REV. J. W. JONES. Raleigh 1”0 Fayetteville St. Baptist Church REV. G. R. LOVICK, SR.. Pantego 80 Antioch Disciples Church I REV. R. V. HORTON. Pittsboro 80 Mitchell Chapel AMEZ Church REV. JOSEPH JAMES. Jamesvllle 30 1 St, Galilee Church ! REV. FRANK X PATTERSON. Clarkton 30. Pilgrim's Hill Church REV JAMES PUGH. Pantego ■ Lily of the Valley Church Contest Ends June 12, 1958 ! <*****#■ ;WtK«?SSWV.-.; :«urs. : -V !• W W g ’ : *"• - * 4 \ ' I U* ‘ ***’ * : ' feYSi V I s " * |Hi P« i Mm f I- .., A l IjpiipPiv >. SCENE OF SELMA SLAYING Miss Lela WiUiams. x student; at the Richardson B. Harrison High School, Selma, points to bullet; holes in the wall where Frederick L. Parks. 31. former science teacher at (he school, shot Miss Lois Ernestine Tomlinson, 27, to death in j January, Parks’ trial is now underway in the Johnston Superior Court, Smthficld. (PHOTO BY GEORGE JOHNSON, GOLDSBORO NEWS-ARGUS). i Vocational Guidance Confab At j Raleigh YMCA Next Thursday O' *l. = 'W £3/ ** ** W w » T WTF 3' W ™ » *T A vocational guidance confer ence wiil be held at the Bioodworth : Sti eet YMCA Thursday. April 24 | ; Bonus Money ! Program In Third Week The third week of the current I Bonus Money month gets started 1 Thursday of till* week and will end | Wednesday, April 23. at midnight, Ihe month la composed of five | weeks and wil lcome to a close cn j Wednesday right. May B. ! Awards to winning churches are < COKWNTJEO ON P.VGK ?i PRICE 12c. INN.C.; ELSEWHERE 15c | K* -•pi* fj-om 9:30 A. M—3 30 V M. E L ! ! Raiford, chairman of the steering ! committee will preside Well known speakers to ap- \ ! pear "n the program include: .1 11 Oavis of the TV'A Autho rity. Knoxville; J. P. Esses of the Western Electric Co., Wins ton-Salem. and Dean James Taylor of N. C. College, D«r ham. Th.f> conference is designed to pro vide information to motivate mm* ! oriiv youth to train for the i.n --| creasing number of skilled and (CONTTVIiEO ON PAGE 81 State News -IN- Brief BENNETT CLUB ACTTVITX RALJKIGH The Raleigh chap ter of the Bennett Club is sponsor ing a card tournament. April 13 at E. P. M at Roberts Center, East [ Martin Street The public is invit i cd to attend. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 31 j ODDS-ENDS By ROBERT G,SHEPARD HOW COME? Last, week toe I Negro pastors and nunlsters of Durham sponsored the launching of a mammoth registration drive for Durham and Durham County i One of the key speakers' in the neat demonstration to awaken i residents to their responsibilities (CONTINUED ON PAGE !!) Frederick Parks Faces Trial In Jan, Death Os Sweetheart SMITHFIELD The Trisfof Frederick L Parks. 31. «s --! cused killer of a librarian at the Richard B. Harrison High School, Selma, in January, was scheduled to get underway in the Johnston Superior Court here Wednesday of this week. Judge Hall of Durham is scheduled to preside Parks, who has been held in jail here without privilege of i bond since the killing or Miss Lois Ernestine Tomlinson. 27, dt | near Clayton, in the school’s library, is reportedly charged with : first degree murder. The mild-mannered science tea- r — * chef is alleged in have pumped j p arkj - m said te Have gone to the four shot? into the b of Miss i Library where Miss Tomlinson was !T- 'plin-ct- after »h ; ha- -at % home room nrogMum -ted | I.OU* him iie w#» "not good enough : I for her. (CONTDiTUSD ON FAC? HF I Church Bonus Money Rules Ah purchase slips or receipts pr inted to your church must cawa frsm stores advertising in the CAROLINIAN Each week carries a date us the Bonus Money period. Purchases must come from the store during the week the ' ad" appears. No purchase slips representing a business should be submitted. Ad receipt* must come from individual purchases. Ail churches In Raleigh and Wake Couniy are eligible. All purchase slips must bear the name of the store tiom which tna sue chase was made.. A!) purchase slips should be submitted in the name of the church; and should be in the office of the CAROLINIAN the Monday following close of Bonus period. In order that smaller churches may have an equal opportunity to share in the Bonus Money the following regulation is expedient..- No church of evs: 200 members will he awarded Ist Bonus Money consecutively, i.e. should a church of 200 or more members receive Ist Bonus Money after the first pence, it would have lo wait until the third Bonus period to be presented Ist award attain, except where a church has 200 or less members, then it could win to ? Bonus awards consecutively. However, this does not mean that second liv) third awards cannot be sought consecutively. Consequently every church grew i : has the opportunity to secure an award every period. No purchase of over S3OO from any one merchant during a week can hi counted. There is a celling of sets per person * week tor grocery parclu-er In the event of the same amount of purchases by mors than one entry, the award will he divided. Weekly purchase totals should he shown on each packet and tnul rueed on the outside of the envelop* carrying the period’s entry along with name anj address. Bonus money earners win he announced to the issue following the closing of each period. All entries remain the property of The CAROLINIAN. All tallying is final when the names of the Bobus Monro earners ut an nounced in The CAROLINIAN, and no responsibility is accepted b.y thia newt paper beyond that point No receipts from banks will be considered, except payment on mortgages. in.nnir.arnTw, mu ,uumawnwwrwHiHib m>«' nn-naiicr•-wninimiwri ■•■nruirnjriffl-Tininrnvrtim<irpiirg«r-a»riti» -rrairrßYrftrrniiir-«»Aiirr'kiTi».tmirr»<a t CAROLINIANS MINISTERS I POPULARITY CONTEST Efforts Thursday, March 2!Si End# Thursday, June 12, 195* Pastor'* Name «. Name of Church —.———«— — ———- COUPON WOSTB 19 POINIS Clip this coupon. and a# m-m.7 a* you can father Jar your paster and jsnd It to THE CAROLINIAN each -weak. At ths es«S of the contest period, the minister having accumulated the most points will receive $200.00 (two hundred!. Second, an eattat wardrobe, consisting of suit, shirt, tie. hat. shoes and socks. Third, SIOO wrist or pocket watch. Listings will be made each week. Send in your coupons so that your pastor will get his weekly rating. All COUPONS must reach THE CAROLINIAN ait inter than Tuesday of each week. Address THE C AROLINIAN, SlB E. Martin •Street, Raleigh. North Carolina. I " This Week’s Advertisers The merchants listed below ere CAROLINIAN Bonui Money Stores. PAGE 2 Mr- C. Karl Ltefciaun Mr ,lihn W. Winter* PAGE S lip Top Food Store! V <* P- Super Maiket p aß , j Raleigh Funeral Home New Lint- oln Case PAGE JO Burelit S»at Cover Center RloodworUs bt, tourist Some ! itohnson-Lambe Compan Mechanics & Fanners Bank PAGE 5 Heater WeU Company Hudson-Belk Company 1 a vecess .Insurance Agency Acme Realty Company Pepal-Coia Bottling Co. of Raleigh It E. Quinn Furniture Co. Carolina Builders Corp. Washington Terrace Apt*., Inr, Watson’s Seafood * Poultry Co., tac. PAGE s ! Uinstead Transfer Co. & Food Store Carolina Power & Eight Company Dillon Motor Finance Company Raleigh Savings &. Loan Association Dicin’* E.-.*o Service Famous Bakery ttldgeway’s Opticians Ambassador Theatre Warner MeraonaJs PAGE 7 Deluxe Hotel Carolina Butck Compin' PACK 11 .loyce A Bailey Furniture Co. Carter’s, tec. PAGE * PAGE IS Colonial Stores 1 The Hood System tfiduitrla. Bans Fires'*"* Stores ! B. M. Veung Bardwar* Firit-Cituens Bank & Trust Co. I Boat General Tire Company I i:tv«ll* Runt- College I N. C. Product* I Gem Wait ii Shop 1 Conn-Gower Pontiac Company Talent From City, County To Compete Talent from Raleigh and Wakt .County will vie for pm.es in .The CAROLINIAN'S 6lh Annual Food And Home Show which .will, get i underway at. the Raleigh Memorial | Auditorium on Thursday, May 1. i The sessions will end Friday May 1 2 i Place are luet about complete for the show, which is expected to (c<nmmwD tw page n

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