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WEEK tMTimr. SATURDAY, SEPTS?, 3SES 13, lOOS
(COMTIKVn> FROM PARK 1)
Afedut 4:30 a.m. on the morning
of June 21. His girl friend alleg
edly lives at the house, Winters
'reported The officer said he was
told by v the landlady of the house
that Benjamin had been sending
men to tire house In an effort to
get the «fri?riend outside. He sai l
that about 4:30 Benjamin cut the
screen to -the house and entered.
While Inside he raided the re
frigerator. ate some food and
threw other food out the window.
He also wrecked the kitchen, Win
LIGON I»TA TO MEET
The 3. W. Ligon Junior-Sen
ior High School ParentJ-Te#.-
cher Association will hold its
first meeting of the new school
term Monday night. September
15, at 8 p.m. !ri the school cafe
teria, according to an announce
ment by B. E. Brown, principal.
The general theme for the year
is “Growing and Learning at
POE AIRMAN BREAKS NECK
GREENSBORO An airman
from Pope Air Force Base suffer
ed a broekn neck Saturday when
the car he was in ran off the road
and struck a powei pole and u
tree. He is Samuel G Cobb, I°,
no address listed. Cobb was taken
to the Moses Cone Hospital here
where attendants said his condi
tion was considered serious. Also
injured was Eugene Ceed, 22. of
Route 1. Guilford the driver of
WAKE MAN SAYS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Take tne to a doctor."
young Stone was taken to a
funeral home in (To quay Springs
instead of the doctor. The un
dertaker called officers when it
was discovered the youth w»i
The reports show that the bullet
entered Stones right chest and
went out under his left aim. The
bullet has not been found although
officers are still searching.
James Dewar is being hold in jail
in PuQuky Springs until a hearing
is conducted in the Recorder's
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stated that York had been stabbed
twice in the chest
Police Detectives J. H Bowers
and J. M Stell did not find the
death weapon in the house.
The body of York was found by
Henry G. Monroe, of 32! K Cabar
rus Street, the morning after the
murder Monroe told officers th3t
he found the door of the house open
and discovered York laying on the
floor in the house and noticed a
trail of blood running to the back
yard from the spot where York's
Detectives’ rppori show that
York’s body was taken to Hay
wood Funeral Home. For some
reason, Miss Douglas was loiter
ing in front of the undertaking
Suspicion pointed to Miss Doug
las after she inquired about York.
Coroner Bennett tried to coax the
worrs&n into his automobile for
nuesaoning. but she Bed from the
ear. Shortly afterward the woman
was Attested tn the 400 block of
S. BJbudtvGrih Street and later
testified she stabbed York follow
ing an argument between the pair
A prosecution witness Mary
Anna Belle Taylor, stated she found
a knife which the defendant, ad
mitted using. A ground - down
butcher knife was found near a
rocket 523 E. Davie St. Miss Tay
lor r-a;d she threw the knife in the
bushes after finding it.
Somewhat later. Miss Taylor
said she saw Louise Douglas
showing detectives around the
reek. Miss Taylor told (he
rsprt that v,, e spoke to a 'da
tiv* about the Incident. Irnild
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Church Bonus Money Rules
All purchase slips or receipt* im-sented lo your ohurefi must come from
•*>re* advertising in the CAROLINIAN
Each week carries a date in the Bonuv Money period Purchases eligible
must come from the store during the week the “ad" appears
No purchase slips representing a business should be submitted Ail receipt!
must come from individual purchases
All churches in Raleigh and Wake County are eligible
All purchase slips must near the name of the store from wmch the our
chasa was made
All purchase slips shou'cl. be submitted in the name of the church, and
should be in the office of the CAROLINIAN the Monday te!!s<Shg c>o** of
In order tfiat smaller churches may have an equal opportunity to share in
*•1 9°rius Money the following regulation is expedient No church of ever
gOO members wt!) “e awarded Ist Bonus Money consecutively i e *hou d a
churfch of 200 or more members receive Ist Bonus Money aftei the first period
it would have to ivai* until the third Bonus period to he ores »nted Ist a a air
again, except wheie a church bss 200 or less members, then it could win rr.p
Bonus awards consecutively However this does not mean that second and
third awards cannot be sought consecutively Consequently every church gron.
has the opportunity to secure an award every period
No purchase of over s3'o from anv one merchant during i week can Be
There ts a celling of *75 per person a week for grocery purchases.
In the event of the same amount nl purchases bv more than one entry the
award wiU be divided
Weekly purchase totals should he shown on each packet and tola! placed on
the outside of the envelope carrying she period* entry alone wllh name and
Bond* money earners will be annoumrd In the issue following the closing
of r» 'll period
All entiKs remain the property ol the CAROLINIAN
Ail Uii.vin; is im -I u'wi the names of the B-*»i'« Money earners are an
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ff# rtece'yts from banks will be totutdeted-. except payment <»» inortgages-
of the death of York, and then
cslicd the police to report the
Investigations in the case show
ib.it Mir? Dougins and York had
teen b ving together. Detective
Bowers said York had a police rec
ord. “He wasn't the worst fellow
in the world and he wasn’t no En
Miss Douglas has a long police
record. In 1943, she was sentenced
to 39 years for second-degree mur
der but was paroled in 1955.
Just a week prior to Miss Doug
las’ arrest for the death of York,
At that time, the woman was ar
tbe woman was arrested by Raleigh
police for stabbing a man with a
| LONG CHASE
(rONTINUEn FROM PAGE 1\
i nailed Larkins to stop Larkins
! speeded up and patrolmen from
Columbus anti Robeson coun
ties joined in the chase.
The vehicle crashed after hit
ting: another car near Chari
bourn and injured three per
sons. Larkins fled the scene of
the wreck and slipped through
the police net.
He fled into swamp lands near
Peacocks crossing where he hid
for a night and day and then
hitchhiked to his home where po
lice awaited him.
Larkins has been charged in New
Hanover County for auto, larceny;
in Columbus on two counts of hit
and-run, one involving personal in
jury; speeding up to and over 199
mph: failing to stop for sirens and
lights. His bonds total more than
S 3 000.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
! loitering after police ordered him
Ito leave the steps leading into
| the City Hall courtroom. He had
] showed up for a hearing in a case
[ involving a Negro man charged
i with assaulting the Rev. Ralph
i Abernathy , also an integration
At Friday’s heating, the charge
against Dr. King was changed to
refusing to obey a police order.
It is a misdemeanor under the
city code, as is loitering. Both car
ry a maximum SIOO fine.
After City Court Judge Eu
gene Lee announced his sen
- tence, the Rev. Kins handed
him a prepared statement say
ing (hat he had anticipated
the fine and would not pay it.
The statement said; “I could
not in all good conscience pay a
fine for an offense that I did not
commit and above all for brutal
treatment that I did not deserve.”
He had charged that the two
officer" who arrested him twisted
his arm behind him, choked him
and kicked him when they took
him to a detention room at City
The commissioner and officers
denied that Dr. King was mis
treated or that undue force was
used in the arrest.
Sellars, in revealing that hr
had paid Dr. King's fine, saia
King was seeking to “further his
self-assumed role of a martyr,
and also to boost the sale of his
forthcoming book, ’Stride.Town*.d
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lor of Sacred Theology degree
from the Philadelphia Divin
The Rev, Green, his wife and
adopted son will reside on the
campus of St Augustine’s Col
As rector of SI Ambrose, he
replaces the late Rev. George A.
Fisher, and as chaplain of Stunt
Augustine's he succeeds the Rev.
Samuel D. Rudder, who has ae- j
cetped a rectorship at Memphis, j
WINSTON - SALEM
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11
hillside, about 100 yards behind
the high school building
Gwendolyn Yvonne Bailey, earl
ier in the day. had registered in
the 12th grade at Reynolds High,
whre she was admitted as the
first Negro student one year ago.
There were no incidents surround
ing her appearance lor enrollment.
•Three young Negroes were also
enrolled in white Easton Elemen
tary School here at the sit.-it
time. There, too the Integration
came off without incident.
School officials, however.
Haiti they would have to wait
and sic whether a noticeable
drop-off in attendance of
while pupils at the Easton
School Thursday would be
temporary or permanent. The
INTEGRATION WITHOUT I»A1N Integration began in this
Southern Oklahoma town on August 29 without incident. Nineteen
Negro students enrolled in white schools for the first time. Three
11 agio Registered lSiur.ro to join tlie tte.u ol C:.y I lumcipal Hos
pital at Stillwaie;, Older., goes elu-irn ./ s;: vat her duties.
A graduate of Stillwater schools, she earnr-d a Bachelor of
Science degree in. Burning at .. , y h"v’'crl Co'tog© In
Tennessee, where her husband is a medical school sector*
school, which has a normal en
rolitm nt of 60S, only enrolled
At least 192 white student? hav*
j already requested transfer from
Easton to segregated units. Bui
schools Supt A. Craig Phillips
said he believed many would re
turn to Easton “after things set
i Tire integration lie re Thursday
| brought to 11 tin* number of Ne ■
| groes admitted to white school;
in North Carolina this year, com
pleting the state's scheduled "tok
en' integration for this school
Two pupil? were admitted to
Charlotte schools and five others
to a school at Greensboro in e
quiet, peaceful atmosphere
The only active demonstration.'
were staged by a few Ku K>u.».
Klan members in Greensboro, win
paraded before integrated Gil
lespie Park Elementary School
Wednesday and again Thursday
with a Confederate flag and rhe
banner of the Klan.
(CONTTNCRD FROM PAGE 11
Meyii r predicted that democratic
candidates in northern states will
have a great deal of support”
hum Negro voters despite the aeg
> ogirtion stand o! party leaders in
He n.ued that there ere moder
ates such as Son. Albert Gore who
recently won rr—nomination in the
Tennessee democratic primary de
spite opposition charges that he was
Meyner also said it was the dem
icratic-controlted 85 th eonerr.ss
"that adopted the first civil rights
bill in many years and it got the
suoort of many southerners."
The governor said that the Eisen
hower administration should have
done more to. pave the way toward
carrying out court-ordered school
integration in Little Rock. Ark., be
fore sending troops there
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Booked with Roger were his hro
her. William. 23: William Royer's
wife, Jean, 27; the brothers' father.
Victor Roger. 47, and two friends.
Thomas Tooeood. 20, and Frank
Oriopurich 19 All were charted
with ineitinc to riot, conspiracy to
■ iot. unlawful assembly and felon •
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1 Carnation Hem* Serar# OvßCtof \W
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and her staff ,/ r /
Fi-h d < *i,ii ken 'T'V*' l-W
Gravy i.s lops
in good eating Rosa!'* Scott
Carnation Evaporated Milk de.
sen> Ihe credit! Thank:, to Car
nat'ou’» double-richness, the
chicken rooks crisp and golden
brown, and the cream gravy is a
success every time. Oven-Fried
Chicken is wonderful when you
are having guests for dinner.
Just put it in the oven, turn once
and t hat’s all the watching it re
quires.., and you're free to enjoy
OVEN-TRIED CHICKEN AND J
f Makes 4 Servings) a
1 3-pound tecidy-lo cook iiytr TO
1 eup flour
? teaspoons, soil
5 teaspoon celery io't
2 teaspoons paprika
X U teespotm pepper
l 7 /i cups (large can) undiluted
CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
Vj cup P/4 pound) butter
(look giblets in salted water.
Sa - . 1' i cups broth. Altx Hour,
salt, celery suit., paprika and pep
per. Brut egg and cup Carna
tion together. Coat chicken in
flour, in Carnation-egg mixture,
then hour. Save remaining flour
for gravy Melt butter in 13x9x2
inch shallow baking pan. Place
chicken, skin side down, in pan.
Bake uncovered in hot oven
(12., ft) for 30 minutes. Turn
chicken and bake until brown
and tender, about 25 minutes. Re
move chicken from pan. Add
rest of seasoned flour and
chopped giblets to drippings in
pan. Stir over medium heat until
blended Combine l’j cups broth
and remaining Carnation Slow
ly add to flour mixture. Cook un
til thickened and smooth, stir-
of the 19 are shown in this fourth and fifth grade class being
taught by Airs. Chiquia Morton. t.LT*f TELEPHOTO).
Septem her 17-19:
Free Will Baptist
By J. B. HARREN
WILSON The 45th annual con
vention of the U. A. Free Will Bap
tist Church's Northeast Women’s
Home Mission, Division ‘A ” will
meet with the Friendship F W.
Baptist Church near Snow Hill
(Greene County) September 37-
19th, according to an announce- I
ment released by Mrs. Hattie Jones. '
Vick Street, Wilson, secretary of
The three-day sessions will fen- j
hire sermons and business meetings, j
including the election of officers, i
‘Youth night' will be observed on
Wednesday', the 17th, with several
Rev. E. D. Taylor Is listed as
alternate to the Rev. W. Rod
gers for the opening sermon.
The Rev. O. T. Gorham had the
Temperance sermon assignment !
for Thursday aftertsoon, while
Fifth Week Underway In
Church Bonus Money Mo,
Tiie fifth week of the current (
Church Bonus Money month began I
Thursday, September II and will |
close «t midnight Wednesday, Sep- j
tornber 19 This month, which con- I
sists of six weeks, began on Au- j
gust 14 and closes at midnight Sep- !
The CAROLINIAN added two!
extra weeks to give more churches I
a chance to enter and try for top j
You will find the contest
rules listed on page 1 of each
edition. Read these rules care
fully, and look on the front
page each week for CAROLIN- ;
IAN advertisers’ names.
These merchants appreciate your j
patronage, so visit them, request '
THE FIRST GREAT 'jf /
COLOR fry Oe LUXE
*£3*SO!CK POWELL bHw. * WENDELL MAYES
mk LaalC. sausage
j,' When you cook outdoors
• • • be sure to have JESSE
jV;J JONES SAUSAGE to place
on the grill after the coals
turn white—warm next several mornings for breakfast
... YOU NEVER SAUSA.Se. SAUSAGE
Mrs. Mattie Jones will respond
to the loal church’s program
of welcome that night. The
Rev. T. 1., Dixon will preach
The Rev. A. L. Miller, Jr.. will
give the Missionary sermon Frids;,
afternoon and the local pastor, the
Rev H. H Reaves, will deliver the
'•final message Friday night.
Among the officers are tire fol
ic-wins': Mesdames Clara Barret,
president Pearlie M. Best, vice
pres.; Hattie M. Jones, secretary;
Millie A. Johnson., asst, secy; Ca
doma Davis, trees.. Alcan Hardy
and Lena Harris public collectors.
Rev S;-m Hemby., moderator; Rev,
E M. Rodgers, vice mod.; Mrs. J.
N. Reaves, general president and
H. R Reaves, general moderator.
Music groups include Ellis Chap
el Choir. St. John’s Choir, Patrick
Chapel Choir, Friendship Choir
1 purchase slips or receipts and turn
| them over to a representative in
I vour church everv Sunday morn
! •“ •
Bonus Money awards arc given
!to winning churches as follows:
! SSO. first; $25. second; sls, third;
1 and $lO, fourth.
Is your church now partici
pating in the program? If not.
contact your pastor right away,
acquaint yourself and him with
the rules »f the contest and
start vour church on the road
to useful earnings.
I Churches which have received
I Bonus Money awards say the added
| revenue comes in very handy in
! meeting the expenses of the church.
MERCY CALL Mrs. Kay Lines of Toronto, Ont, is shown
am she made « call ta Pwadect Eweatne Nkrumah of Ghana,
over 5,000 miles, in a personal campcdgrt to save the lit a ci cm
Alabama Negro, Jimmy Wilson, sentenced to die for a $1.95
robbery. Mrs. Lines asked the African Chief Executive to
intercede with President Euwmbowor to Bay© Wilson- (Naw •
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