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REPORT HOOVER MAY QUIT FBI
Zion ill n roll woman
Killed In Auto Crash
rAirruviUx-Mn. km b.
Watson, yrwlt—t. Woman's Hama
and Foreign Missionary Society.
AMI Zion Church, announeed her*
Sunday Oat lira. Marferey J. May,
M—ithi aacratanr of the aocioiy,
waa fatally injured in what was
reported te be a truck-car acci
dent, aa ilia reauM of the crippling
weather that hit weatarn New York
over the weekend.
According ta information re.
eatved ky Mn Watson, the vic
tim waa riding with her hua
baad ta the fnnaral es a ariate
tar whan the tragedy aeenrred.
ft waa haitorad that tha empti
tian es the weather eaaaad Bar.
• w fa-*—* c: ftz
tka, la lata central of the ear
mSrm waa iat determined
(•OWntfUKD fN PAOB t)
The fsatared apeakar for the
Annual Woman's Day ctooervmnoe
Sunday, Uwenhw 39, at the Find
Baptist Church here will be Dr.
Wllla Beatrlee Player, president of
Oraoptbcre’a Bennett College. The
Bar. Charles W, Ward ia paator
es Friat Baptist. Dr. Player will
apeak at the 11 a. m. service*.
Mn. Mara Bra— Lockhart.
2d‘ , Tha n CAIOLMAN *tSa
weak that the apeaker’a sub-
Jeet will be: “Christian Warn*
aa la The Spaaa Age: Mo
menta M Faith And Courage."
The general pabMe la Invited
ta attend. Women win be ia
A native of Akron, Ohio, Dr.
Player has beaded Bennett since
October 23. 1996. She came to
Bennett aa an inatruetor at
(COMBTOM on* r/ G« I)
dr. WILLA B. PLATES
. . . Bennett Celatfe prrxy
From Raleigh s Police Files:
THE ( RIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
Says Sister Used
V<*se On Her Head
Min Mary Elizabeth Quiller. 24.
of 312 E Martin Strxt, told Offi
cer R S. Carroll at 10:34 *Jn.
Sunoav. that at about 0 pro. Satur
day Mi** Joan Ouiller. 21 kcr (la
ter alao of 312 E. Martin, hit bar
on the bead with a flower we.
The eaaaplatea* ■ <■“'' 1
Mk of them had been drtnk
tnf maor and “fat hrta a tmmT
The aaly rWMe
kof. N'e arreata wee* mad*. ■
Falls In Front
Os Moving Car
Hdaon Kearney. 31 of Route 1
noartad to Officer C R.
North Carolina s Leading Weekly
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VOL. H NO. 4 RALEIGH, N. C.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1964 4 PRICE 15c
Police Chief Orders Probe
THANKSGIVING CHEER Members of the AbtT College Chapter of the Gamma Sitme
Stitt* Sorority, a campus service organization, collected this pile of Hits, principally toiletries, for
delivery on Thanksgiving Day to children enrolled at the O'Berry School for Retarded Children
at Goldsboro. In the iroup from felt to right ere members who spearheaded the effort: Misses
Mary Wright, Cher aw, S. C., president; Maggie Hines, Mantinsville, Va.; Lillian Lacewell, Rie
getwood, and Mrs. A. E. Gore, faculty advisor to the group.
Jury Frees Harnett Man
In Two Bludgeon Deaths
LMJNGTON An ell-whito
male jury acquitted Richard Smith,
48. of first degree murder charges
Thursday night in the brutal Aug
ust 2nd bludgeon slayings of a
cleaning plant owner and an elder
ly retired minister.
The jury deliberated for less
than one hour and found Smith
not guilty in the deaths of James
McDougald. 70, the laundry pro
prietor; and the Bev. Archie Me-
Leon. 78, a retired Dunn pastor.
The defendants and the victims are
Although Nathaniel William*,
88. jatoftod that h tad killed
Hama, who tamed Mate's rvt
droee on Wednesday, seas alee
charged with first degree mar
der whea the trial get aader-
An’alibi furnished by Smith urban
ha took the witness stand in his
awn behalf Thursday, and several
contradictions defense attorney
Robert Morgan pointed out in Wil
liams’ testimony, aided the defen
Wilkins, et 0:30 pm Saturday, he
was driving east on Poole Rood at
U miles per hour when he sew
Wilbert Lee Conyers running from
Kearney’s left on the north curb
to the south curb on Poole Rood.
Wbsn he get In treat at my
“he' feH to the pavrmtwt."
Mm LMy Rtddht. eg D-El
Washington Terra**, said toe
taw Cewyers fsO and dirtorii
he woe net strask by Mke awto-
Conyers was treated at Woke Me
morial Hospital tor abrasion* on
his right cheek and lower lip. then
hauled off to Wake County Jail,
where be was charged with jay
walking and public drunkenness
(CONTINUED ON PACO S»
Presiding ledge W. H. 8.
Bnrgwyn es the Harnett Bu
pertar Court, had Instructed the
Jury ta bring in ane as seer
verdicts: guilty es first degree
murder without a reeemmenda-
Uen for mercy, which aete
mattcaily carries the death pen
alty; first degree murder with
AT HOUSING MEET —/. S. Stewart, kit, prendent of the
Durham, Mutual Savin#* and Loan Amociation, talk* with Mi
chael P. Brooke, center, Raleigh, director of reteerch of the North
Caroline Fund, and B. W. Harm, aaeietant director. Division of
Extended Service*, during the fourth annual Homing and Urban
Renewal Clinic held laat week in Greeneboro. Brook* *poke at a
a recommendation (or mercy,
automatic life sentence; second
degree murder, er not rutlty.
Smith had testified he was work
ing for Luby Naylor, from morning
throughout that night, the day of
His testimony was cerroebo
rrnNTfNtiED OK PAO* *)
From ivK Kian
Thomas Davis. Raleigh's Police
Chief, ordered an Inveetlgation
.Monday of an application for mem
bership in the Ku Klux Klin, bear
bit hit name and the telephone
•umber of the local police depart
The chief vehemently denied the
name on the application was his
The earn eame to lha eMafe
ititntln Umi ipfllcittoß
hras plaeed todhe Wtaf box at
City at Eatotoß and gavt tha
the *wunber as tha Raleigh Pe
Chief Devis Is actually 46 yeara
of age. while the application Hated
his age as 82. He has a son. Thom
as, Jr., and they ere the only Tom
Davises employed by the City, stat
ed the personnel director.
After looking et the application.
Davis immediately ordered Dot. Lt.
E. C. Duke to Investigate the mat
ter to determine if any lew had
been violated, stating he certainly
hadn't applied far membership in
“I knew nothing sheet It."
declared Chief Davie. He added
(CONTINUED ON PAGE f)
DURHAM Plane for the an
nual Shrine Youth Bowl Football
Game, are said to be shaping up
nicely and many local and state
agencies are joining the effort to
make lt the moat successful ever
Governor Terry Sanford to
asM te be drafting a procla
mation. which to designed W
-a. Dee. 8. "DROP OUT
DAY." The edict win pro
claim the day, dae to the feet
that the Shrtaer* at the Des
ert of North Carolina are
■««Mf an all-out effort to
create an tnu&e that will lure
many who have left school to
return and cause these on the
bwdarltne to remain
Many Draw and corporations
tcoimmvm wa page »)
C. A. Haywood
C. A. (Doll* Haywood. Sr. us
Raleigh, the lone Negro member
of the local Housing Authority,
represented this city at the 4th
Annual Housing and Urban Re
newal Clinic, held in Carver Hall
auditorium on tbs campus of ART
College. Greensboro, last Thurs
day and Friday.
The keynote speaker was the
Rev. William Holmes Borders.
weD-known pastor of Atlanta's
Wheat Street Baptist Church.
"I believe In shea tins hi the
church with all the entbusl
laan cm can muster." staled
the Bev. Borders. He ewntlns
ed. "But the church alee
should help m the velds In
thO'Pfayeieal needs at He pee
Other maskers Included Robetl
A. Thompson, assistant to the ra
(CONTINUED ON PAOS »
CONFER WITH LB] ABOUT HOOVER—Shown are two ol the many Negro loaders leaving
the White House last Thursday after telling President Johnson they sided with Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., "in hie conviction that the FBI has not provided ttw protection Negroes should Motive
from the Central Government.'’ They deplored J. Edgar Hoover's criticism of Pet Ming. L*f* to
right are: the Rev. James Farmer, executive director ol CORE; end Miss Do-othy Irene Height,
president of the National Council of Negro Women. (UPI PHOTO).
Declare TCI Cliief No w Stands
Alone After Blasting Leaders
WASHINGTON (NPI)-FB! Di
rector J. Edgar Hoover, smarting
under a mounting tide of critic Ism,
may resign on January 1, according
to informed Washington sources.
Heaver has stood alumst
alone stoee making a three
hour epassh h which he hurl*
ed add erttetoms at Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., the Warren
CemariMlea sad U. judges,
statement against Dr. King, whom
lie called "the most notorious liar
In thig_ country*
In a caTm rebuttal. Dr. King De
nied that he had criticised FBI ac
tion In civil right* cases because—
as Hoover charged—the agents
The civil rights leader expressed
sympathy for Hoover, and declin
ed to engage “in a public debate
with him.’* He even praised Hoov
er’s record of service to the coun
Observers es the Washington
scene were shocked by Hoov
er's outburst, since the FBI
eblrf, who reaches the manda
tory retirement age on January
i, Hat been extremely quiet on
However, President Johnson
has Issued an executive order
whleh will permit Hoover te
Reaction against, the nation's
chief law enforcement officer came
(CONTINUED ON PAOg t)
WASHINGTON, D. C—George
X. Mearee. Or and Baal leu*. Obtcga
PM Phi Fraternity, with lead toe
oeremomea. in which the more
than quarter of a million dollar
national headquarters building,
2714 Georgia Avenue, northwest,
will be dedicated. 10:00 A. M .
Saturday, November 28.
The eerementea will further
rededleate the members to the
fear cardinal principals at tha
28.800 member organisation—
manhood, scholarship, preter
reranee and uplift. Three es
the founders. Dr. Frank Cole
man. Dr. Oscar J. Coeaserjsnd
Bishop Edgar A. Love, wmtake
part In the dedication.
Omega men from throughout
the nation win he on hand and
will tour the building. H. Carl
Moultrie. Ist, national executive
secretary, announced that every
phase of and use of the butldirig
will be explained to those who at
The building to located just
north of Howard University, where
the organization was founded in
(CONTINUED ON PAOg 2)
A fire of undetermined origin
damaged two rooms, a hallway
and roof of the rear, unutued
part of the Bioodwortb Street
YMCA building here Sunday
The program of the “Y" has
not been curtailed since the'
damaged pert of the building
was net in use.
Plans tor repairs are under
way. E. L. Halford is General
Secretary of the YMCA.
from ell over the worjd, including I suggested that he be allowed to to-
Communist sources. The New York 1 -t* -m ■ ,
Times was especially disturbed end 1 (CPU IlfflOß OH PAOR «>
toes PrsdictiM* ,
If OMBLN K. JONES
We egune face-to-fare with a
"psychic phenomenotn” teat
Dr. Robert C. Anderson of Rohs
vilie. On., a suburb of Chattanoo
ga. Tenn. invited u# out to his
suite at the Velvet Cloak Inn.
Upon our arrival, the man who
“saw" the dead bodies of the three
69 Debs To
The Raleigh Graduate Chapter of
(he Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
will present 89 young women to
North Carolina Society on Friday,
November 27, 1964 at Raleigh Me
morial Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. The
Dcb» will make the Ivy Leaf fig
ure to the music of Bill Doggett
and his band.
The official welcome to the Deb*
will, be given by Dr. James E.
Cheek, president of Shew Univer
sity The parent* of the in-town
presented to the guests snd friends,
and out-of-town Courts will be
followed by presentation of Sorore
(COWTIM’M) ON PAOg I)
Temperatures far tbe neat five
Siyi, Thursday throufh Monday,
will ever ere * to I decreet above
normal, Nish end low tempera
turn far Jtaletfh. **-M. Generally
fair and mild Thnradsy throafh
Saturday. Shower* about Monday,
followed by cooler weather.
—--CAROLINIAN . ■
— Bin FROM THEM :
Horton's cash Store
(arollaa Power sad Light C*.
Tire Sales ssi hervUe
Lem Watch Shop
deha W. Winters and Co
■reeks AppManr* Ce.
denies Banders Tils l'o.
Pepsi-tel* DeUllqs Co.
desee donee Sansafo
Ivey's of Haielfh
Anthem Pontiac, Inc.
Cress Poultry Co.
leery's ad Xaleifh
Branch Banking and Trust Ce.
i Hudieo-Belh.Ellrds el Balelgb
1 Harmen-Dstley, liu
Rawls Hour CO.
Wade's Ante Sales
i Al smith Belch
j PAGE I
i X. r. Qatan Pam Hare Company
I Dunn's Esse Service
I t ommunitv Dree Mere
slain olvil righto workers to Mto»-
i laslppl two Months before they
t were actually found, woo totting
to Eddie Albert, the movtopeior.
. who soon departed. Than Dr. An
derson told hi* story. . "
He first detected hto MHfMO
’ powers at the ago Os Or when
his family woe living In Matt •
j era Illinois. Dr. Anderson‘toMi
on older brother to World war
I. "One day. a close fell Jr am
a shelf and broke to IhowtoM
of a heart." he sold. "i Tmu
my mother that my MW'
Nels Andersen bed keemWQt
In the face at that hCHp
ute. Later she resolved mid
eg ram proving what I BMP
Dr. Anderson had aeveral off*,
davits concerning Ida urussuol
powers. On Christmas Dap, 1044.
Anderson predicted the (Math of
lormer XTHnomt hoopctph >iphih
down to the month of ABST the
(CONTINuIto ON PAOfyfJ "
J .•• '>’■ •
DR. ROBERT 0- ANDMOON
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Eetatee Builder* C* .
Taylor Radio aad Electrical ca -
(lolly Deere C-iedy Company
Arm* Rrelty to.
Carolina Builder* Carp. t *» -
Pe pet-tola Kottllai Co. df Mdlt
Ridgeway e optirlaa. M.
Raleigh Sr a Food
Pepel.Cou Bottling CO- lac. df tilth
hlepfeeae' Appliance Ca. - " -
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