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EDITOR SUES NAACP HEAD
ECONOMIC REPRISALS BEGIN IN VA.
scan® SUSPECT A porter fired from Ms Job in a Madison hrenne office lasi week, returned
38 mhrates later with a rifle and killed two female employees, polk* reported. The dead women, clerks
for Marvin Fabrics. tec., were identified as lx>rr»i«c Rosenberg of the Bmr*. and Fblne Fa-ISSt. of
Brookir-D. Their assailant. Parnell Jthnnos, h jhovn in custody after bein* subdued by awte
wm of the fabric firm. A policeman, right, boldr the rifle reported used in ihe shootings. <IRPI PHO
OR. FRnXX. A. TOIWER
. . . taitn sit Ijfion
Dr- Frank A. Toliver, state su
porrtßJr of high schools in North
C&aollna, spoke in the -J. W. Ligon
Junior-Senior High School’s as
sembly today 'before approximate
ly 8W) junior high students. In hte
speech Dr. Toliver stressed "Good
Teaching and Being Weil Prepar
ed v -on the part of the teacher and
"Hard Wort” on the part - of the
He stated that regardless to
how good a teacher may be. stu
dents most nfst be satisfied with
nothing less than doing their beat.
The cjwakr farilie. stated
iuONTISTCSL &; mm a
- cmoLMm ~
buy rmm them
• i-jV' cn - C*<l» Store
ftaWeh Co»inijsM«>'i St ohm !»•
H.<*tttn lire* Cw.mmiy
tvtw Homes- tew.
PASiJ| S .
"fba CiiHW fwsiCab BeUUng i'v
Mi. /i>h» W. WMi-n
14JKUU Xjoao CSB,
CaroSiSß. Power 4: Meat Co.
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2is£SM£i> ?*.' -tstvics
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K. 'fey**®* giin*»r*ji
Sued By Paper’s Editor
ANDERSON, 8. C. Davis Lee,
s colored newspaper «-dlfcr»r ha*
filed a SIOO,OOO slander suit- a- ;
gainst, the Rev. 1 Dequlncy New
man. president of the South Caro
lina NAAOP chapter.
Lee charges the NAACT* state
leader with msk!nr slanderous rc
! murks at. a meeting of 25C Jteero- J
es here Feb. 13. Lee is the publish- j
er of the Anderson Herald.
Previously Lee filed libel suits 1
totaling some seven million del-1
lars in Abbeville and Greenwood '
Berserk Clerk Thought
Everyone Against Him
NEW YORK (ANTI An angry
shipping clerk who was fired Tues
day bv a textile firm, returned to
the office building with a blaring
shot gun and killed two office
workers before anyone could stop
The berserk g-Biiman was I
denttfied as PoneM -fdta»n, a
27-year-eld tether of five who
painted, dabbled at poetry,
played jar.z and effected bright
sblrte, a. beret am? occasionally
Killed before the horrified office
workers were Lorraine Soswnbtrg.
21, and Elaine falitfc, IS both
white, Thomas L. Burns, deputy
chief injector eald Johnson's mo
tive was “revenge.” "He blamed
everybotty in Use office."
Mses Rosenberg was shot in the
ohest before she could leave Mr
, A A i* Sapet Bf&rhrt*
I i4sbtat>r Vaner-iJ Riwif
; oavfe Ttoeet Coin u»ikl*wi>i
lEtewjjtepaitTSC'* Cam puny
I Pirse-Cltteetts . a tram C*
! Aratoaes&Sor ’fPtiXrr
; paow na
■ WosHlworiS) s>. TemrSßS. Some
i Heater 'Well Cewpaoj
! CiWtte*s tnsorww Asejsc.v
I Peosl-Ote Bet Mine Co. ©I SUiesgls
! €ar<sJSs»«. ®®S!deta Corp
! W*tse«t*» Heefeefl '& fwßh Co., Sue
! TT»»*«sid Ts-ssaste/- Co. Store
! ©’Worn 'Btetor wmm&B Coß&jwnty
j KJmws •«*»» Sendee
! Hetuxe Hotel
ri* * W. Tire Company ■
;.». is. Kr,‘!« &€•->.
nsoteter & iungtilrr Stores
j wism *5 /
! c»r«9t*a Mm Company
j 'HMMsyeSft*'* Seper 'NMk£t
; 'Valet %i©Mtew :*■?»■■
i Xsysor S»i4o m 5fV ’SJtfrvfw
! @tr«*t«sse ■gwer*
; FACE 46
' Halrtgit IjwWpiw
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iSwwjlft A»<«tbl Some
' •’fee ‘®b#S flyewia («OastT..-i ®sKt«
j yttw* liesfli?'
A suit #er lire tnfiUon w»*
filed in ©teenwoeS »s*Jtm the
NasWbnnl Sm'n for Bn Ad
vancement ®* Colored People,
«f New York, ilia Andersen
chapter am) six Andersen Ne
The Abbeville suit, wes for two
j Million dollars anti was against
; the Afre-Amerfcan weekly newspa
-1 nor published in BNltlmßfau, and
i against its South Carolina editor,
I John H. McCray of Columbia.
desk. Miss Fkltik was shot thru
the feed; as »he U ied to escape. A
(bird shot, went wild. Three bro
thers. officials Os the firm, rushed
Johnson and overpowered him
seizins the rifle.-They were Alex.
Harold and Edgar Distler.
TEE BIBLE TfMFELI
Harold Johnson's boss had fired
him around 10 a. m. for '‘unsatis
factory sendee." Johnson returned
30 minutes later with the gun.
Mrs, Mewed** ftHMoob,
Lob neon's vrtfe, told! police her
husband “has a terrible temper.
Once fee gets angry M fa us
eoietrallahte They bsee #Jx
icmmsmm &h rasa m
: lte»*&isi,'Swsf®fl ’hiimt'mritslvr ’SemzOtomU'l
i tet-ipMiitet, iißwtlc»a -Iteritef'lte.’lliwilw *Dwliar*#lay. '#r„ tesJt. w*i Iftf. lifßg as Ifcigr’vttH. M» te "Wife
j aitfci. Wm. •*te‘’«a •■» at t»«• tetvisK«ten> W f«a«e
»• lafiil »■;.
Clerk Fired From lob, Kills Two
1.1 ■! Mill MN ill!» "P"-*-i" ,u I
North Carolina *$ Leading Weekly
VOL IS, NO. 22 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 RALEIGH, N. C- PRICE 12c IN N. Cr ELSEWHERE ISc
Fronts Os 4 Buildings Fall-
NC Man Buried Alive. Lives
SALISBURY Robert Crown. » local of.wen., had the
• fronts erf four buildings fail on him last wed? and suffered injuries j
I that were only sssperfirial.
According to reports. Mr. Crown was standing in t.hr first!
j Work of Main Street talking io » irimd lasi. Saturday afternoon •
(when they heard a rumbling sound- Minutes later. Mr. Crown i
; was lying on the street under hundreds of pounds of ronoeb th*i ]
i had fallen Into the street, when' !
) ,- . ... .- , .js. , it- -» J
U*» naf tearHWtonw* MS* J
Tire friend to whom Grown
«m- lalklng suffered t*t,iarf«»
about the’ hands. Crown’s
hart* were » bit more series*
He was slated for release from
Gov. Hodges Urges Body Not
|To Ruin The State’s Schools
Takig a strong stand against a
j constitutional romni'h*recoin
mcnd»tioc to do »way v. ith ib
requirement to operate a pomra-' i
and uniform public srhool syrten; j
| Suspect, 26,
i Wake Death i
COLOMBIA, S. C. A 26-year- ;
old Louisiana man. captured after
the shootirse of a Greenwood
County woman, has confessed to a
two week-old North Carolina slay-!
Sub. South Carolina Law Enforce- j
j mmt Division C’nku' J. P. Strom'
j reported Wedtwsday,
Strom said WiUitun Brakefield
jof Shreveport, La., confessed to
j Meat. M. N. Cate. Agent Steven |
1 Wyndham and o/ficew of the
i «n mm r?
CAMPY’S SON IS ARRESTED
t- a IwaJ hospKaJ wwnetiipr Ibis
after Boy* of ©bserva
1 Officers said that t-ora of bricks
; and metal had fallen down on the
<e@#**prot® os rA«r. *.■
vss Criivrrnc. Luther H. Hodges
! ibis week.
The lh; M.- ! chief • .vwtltrve
:;nd he ,v!' i - d against such S
1 1 . • .-.nouend i.'tu !**-•« month a: the
(rrnnutte* was drafli’u. its report
j The necommendabors was inlerpr*-
j led as » move to hblster the stats 's
rccenl school laws ras-T-ri in th>:
: face: of the ue oi imej»ralion.
; Di Charles T. Canal 1 superir-
I Trident, of public mstmeiion, has.
| a beady protested the rceommcnda
j Hodges fluid ’*? have to look at
!It from » t” hey win! of view
| rather thar. a legal one.” Tie told
j newsmen that the attorney general
I had advised him there “i; no over
j riding legal reason why this pro
; vision should be deleted.."
The governor said, “We should
f. - pjifete fhr prevent ron
| titutiunal provtiou for s general
• and uniform system of public
i schools" subject only to our present
. constitutional provision for local
' option, whereby citizens at ihe in
| ral level, cap. in a popular dec!-
! ion. make their choice with re
i speet to fb r operation of the local
* pub Sic achbcls.
1 Ii !
OtXWV MILI.JON WXULUBR MmOfgL l«tevey?U »f *ht S 3 o®S-
I ©red students retrfctfered »l ttw Warren Ckumiy Blgit gubwl. Front
i Royal. Vft.. are seen ott itm- nfHw and check t» wi-iii gstards on the
| whooi driveway. AlthoNgk tbc % 1 siiliton school iwea'd fcwt Wed
■ neadoy on an iuietraied ba«d«, no white student- registered. Yh«
■were said to he atVitding a imAwWfl school nearby. It'H FHO'FOL
CIAA “Big Buns” Ready
As 14tt Tourney Begins
DURHAM tCt'AA Slew* Sere
ices North Caroline A and T
CIA A visitation i regular season*
champions for 1955), are top seeded
for the !4iJh conference cage tour
ney to be played at North Caroli
na College Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, (Feb: 36-28''.
The Aggie? and Hampton’* Pi
rates iJ34m ttingif In the final of
four games at, 9 30 llmrsday night
ISM«al«th City's Pirates
and V,'inf-ton-Satan s Rams fIS-6)
open tourney play at .2:30 Thars- j
day- in NCC’s gym.
Thursday’s second contest pits i
March Trial Bate Set Far
Barham ImbegmSicm Case
DURHAM ■— Trial of a salt
aimed at wising ©or racial *e®se*
gntfcm >n Worth GareStea'-s gcblle
se&cols tentatively Isa e-'b&bz set for
fee %. S, District Court ’ term be
ginning here Tf.lardh 2S.
Attorneys for both aides agreed
on the tentative date Thuraky at
a pre-trial -hearing foj-fts®© Judge
ISdwin M. Hteniev «E •Utr®etnSbt»ro,
The first pat* of «#e mvrt tsfnm
' **» Ammi mm am mm smw \
| wmsMWirmmsMm.as.Br I
third #*«* 'MX (W-lt aga..test
sixth ranked Delaware ni4ff at
4 o'clock 1c regular season pslsjy,
Delaware and Virginia State fSMBJ,
with identical Hiddnaon rating of
SO,SO, were tted for efaeth place. The
tournament committee decided De
lo-wsn/g postseason rw by a
’Hits years tournament presents
s 12 game card with championship
and consolations braokela swatog
all eight teama In action for two
I games each afternoon and tw
i rmsmtem &* mm as
v/ili be eKcHisjyely far trial of
crtehmAl -eases so. the segregation
safe ir. fest «a®*setoii ie be called,
bsfcte March S 3.
Sssfc m?. earn. Safe* Wm
tiy, vt&nmmSSm «** -*t*te
board ml etesaSteK, . oeid fee tMM
rajsaMe tw for
«eii |oj ir
WBW YORK - Th» tuaotMl
j JteaoctSfioTj for thn /"(Ivanornieni.
]of Colored Pcqpite chstrged SksV
i Uwt jfsarenit of
i tavolwwl wi v®e j'rom myw, W :
i tech wfeonl egrpywitm hw
i beer. «ob.»«rt ffe reprisals by both
their employers, and \msrtean
Vi&tom Oorp. Plant, and their
local of the TcrtiU Workers
Cnion of fttccricK <AFL-CIQ).
Nit MSP 1/ahor Booret»*y
| Herbert If tit reperted ip the
| iron* From Iftwysl that «j$
KSUff members were dte
chareed from thr plant In
Seroeibw and ilt at the
Fniwi’s !.‘teai "7-1 hss refused
’j t» tat’e up their ereviereev
j He said the president of the
; NAfcOP. Warren County Branch.;
|. Charles Deane, with 30 years, of'
plant, seniority, nnd .James Wilson'
ccoKTmmte o« pmm r . s>
| ._. |
Uampy s Son
Ht-W VOKK Da-id Compand-1
la, lb-year *oid son of former Don-I
?«' catcher hoy Campanelia, 3Cu**• •
day fs»ed knottier charge of juv.- ]
• iiie delinquency, the second wtt'n-j
in two days,
; His saddened fattier. a leader »«]
: the- tight against juvenile debts-1
qttency, said David hsd never i
been hi trouble before and pram- ]
tsed to stand by him.
•Tve got to try to help tei ]
wSkm he gets messed up,'" Csnsi j
naaoUs said at bis Glen Cam,
David was convicted Tuesday in]
Children’s Court on « charge of3
juvenile delinquency ssews»!nrj
from a street fight m v/bkS; a]
imm&weito m- s>ASsrs> j
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SIAL3KGH 'fiESirse wslSSSste ■
agents fe>“ the Spates Bawd ■& 3SU- :
cohotk Centre! we.rr: rebsessA ’tel'
Ms?for ’'Mte 1 ?;' -to eempiy -ydii'i
State nsguiatume, Bosni
Wilham S. Hoar Easter:
agent resigned last UHwSt sdSar’eSte
attng fee sacee reguiatfes.
’Sunt tsid 'fee Soar bed iUsSe® s»o
comply wife ■* osssEaswsslps,
by his office .last Wag?
quoted .porSens o£ the SsfaH* S**v -I
**meb Ms mad statins «atfc wßtenf
fees coB'SCteS 53# apaste '^4
dH few® w& -pay «Bstt a %*'sMM|
esHttte fts teii. 1
®uut mm. «St »«a
! -3tet tens 4ewr ssttsate
i vk«t?d fete p®s»aai*i«! •
| trj f fhaing hsnj in W Sfr J &£o- 1
SsStowsa Ifewss in S*@
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