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SENATE REJECTS VMM Ml IJEi RIAL
Was ' pear' ea'ed b\ flu- NAA.CT
w! ■( h rallied the supp' ri o' a cv.i/-
# <;p national organization:- to tc.d
i.y against approval, oi tin., plan a 1
hearings held by the -itb-cumui.i.v -.-
*4 the Senate Judicial - C •mir.iiU.c/
'The plan was rush e through the
r>i-x- of Represcu'ativcs with .. i
iw rwM.'lmir,': vole. The southern
ers had anticipated a similar vie
lory In the Senate
Senator Wayne Ah. ?• of Ore:, 1
tftica ened to propo.s. an amenci
nicn.i forbidding the et.-bli. hmont ot
separate institutions h i whim and
No;ro students. Tin. was inm. -
<..;idai.le to the souu.cniers
. Me further threaten'd to nine ri
th • resolution !>v add,or civil iud;
men uri such as 'a. anti-poll '.i:<.
.»' ■ lynching and lair mploymean
•' uppott nit: tli" i»/■ ACV di
wi c: church group int'i." mil
ft. rations, labor group . btisine-,
professional and educ-dional ase
Co; . ais and other or^aoi/.ation.'
mt:\ S TIU SI EES
ioi einry into th" university',
school ! nirriiciii., at a lav
r l h: ■ ref ie a I foil a poii o a
oi'riei raised by t! i , nicnih r J
C. 15. El ringhau: wh< .led a ac
tion of the tK’i'al r'.tUit": of Nor..
Carolina authoriz ng < xtuiili.-hincu'
of separate ,'at'U, Me tools a .<
isting Negro ci-llngc.) witmr. Ul'
Afiei its refusal ... ‘onsider me
applies tion- die i;n,j u’n ,
slaicirunl which dci at red that .a
matter had not been ni,.-:<1 -,i .! w
-tl 11 :, \ (•?.;: i ;,( .., .. :
of the executive comm tie. and a
thi he.art ot trust!.c, under th
headquarters, read ihe law to
him and told him be would
be put in jail if the meeting
were held at his church.
"Then another minister
agreed to let us use his
church. The same thing hap
"The third minister said he
was deiermined to stand with
the youth in their efforts for
a better life. He said he was
going to let us have his
church, and leave tewn be
fore the police could get
him. He went home to pick
up a skirt and pair of paja
mas. The police got him as
he was coming out of his
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S 579 Hay St, 404 Hillsboro St. 103 S Main,St.
wmmm « Fayetteville • haleigh - » urging ton ■“«*■»«
, in- .aivuiy.
Through th- An... G. i-ig. .
'r.AAt.’P brooch tin c Ih\ ,
j .VI;.-:, Ingram ait roeefiiig . w< . k
li, budget tor (nod and olliei li.m:,
" f a pcllMCii.
i Hepoi is i • eeiv. ci iiei.■ 1 1 me.
Amencus mdie.ilc tint tin ebd- i
••• i • n arc no longer in n ed oi *•!< :. i -
ing. enough h-iv uccu received
! mail to met the needs of the fainj- 1
| Iv for ,i long time Ovei $28,5152 h...
| been raised for ihi (.dense.
2.100 \IKW BKAt 11 '
jiiiised by th" teachers whether die •
i urn w;i- s'oll,ooo or .$200,000,
This um. it was pointed out. will
is- sei aside for mi riperafinn
! in iintcn.mci and eifti'. ment of .1 1 j
jO' to make it th» outstanding!
j. crea ion ana in tin country or
committit; • hiaitd
’ uring the committee meeung j
idbitional standing o ’.nnutlec.
; la .dir details of th. fun.l-rainii •
\ inpaign and to plar, for ie'.a 1n,,-
I meiit of the bench v . ■ appoieded
W R. Coli’ii--* of S- ’.ithlicid va.s
i named ei.ait man of !: Finam:
'••mmittee. oiber mrmners incluu
!,>!'. .1. VV SeaOrc X, sec re. .rv.j
an ; .1 H. Wheeler. eurer.
A committee on pi emotion.- mu I
! publicity headed by VV. A. Fo.dvr I
I "iid including Mrs. Ann A Tolliver,!
jT. A. Parker arid V 1.. Greei.c
1 was continued as a .landing com l
I mil tee.
; Two olher commiiiees. on hi.ur
ling and rn,i ; ia,.enii id .mi j)h.n:. hi g
n:i ouiidiiH. were .M.-o authorirea. :
The Hanunoek':-- Be • 0 Corpora :
j lion oflieeis Inclucii Dr. Ii i,. i
: l rig!-,, pres.dc-nt o August, n_ ..,
• College chairman. Dr. J. \V. 3e
.-'Mm Dt p.iiMn-. lit of Educa
jii n ecreiar.v, and .1 I! Wheel;.i ui
Mr AI ;t ha uies and Farmer-. Baox.
| U't:a urer,
SOI fil'S HUE
. from the substance of things."
Charles J. Mustante, dub
president, urged the Kiwunians
“to go home and think over the
thoughtful and effective speech.”
After citing the background of
President Truman's civil rights
program, Monsignor McNamara
said that reaction in Dixie was
‘a hue ana cry that developed
into a crescendo." and he charged
that, the dominant note of the
crescendo was the term segrega
tion with all it? "ng-v connota
tions." reeking with contradic
He said the South's legal pat-
tern of segregation dramatized g
flair for making laws and then
dis: yarding their content, and
i askt 1 the S' uih has -egrega
; tis a ':■■■' its b. v • prodiam. how
11 r be explained that out of
* m l" 000,000 Negroc; in the
i tiiv v. not more than 7 000,000
"nr biologically Negro in the
1 ui: sense ill.' the term.'
Monsignoi McNamara told his
riudience: "We can rjo longer pro
b s one tiling and act otherwise,
if wo believe the principles of
; '.hr- Declaration and the Bill of
Rights to b: truths, solidly ca
'ablished on which a governnivo
tal structure can be successfully
, re.it- d, then it is highly impera
j tivc that our personal and public
| ieiationships reflect these princi
vv ho were obviously colored, but
insisted that they were not mom
j ■ •..•rs of the colorad race. This
happened so often, according to
Mr. Evans, that guards at the
i pentagon were instructed to k'op
litem out of the building.
Much interest was added to
these hearings by former Gl
| who related varied experiences
and humiliations to which they
i were subjected while in the ar
; my. Several white ex army of
. ifcrs told of their observation
' bile in camps in this country.
I'he sale of "Don't Join A Jim
i Crow. Army" button was launch
ed in front of the White House
I’iiclny, .when a picket line was
| led by A. Philip Randolph. Mr.
; Randolph’s sign read, “If we must
I die for our country, let us die
las free men, not as iirn crow
FASTOVSiR «l| |
no v- oat had happ- icd and the
' elenrianf confirmed it.
feed Carter, the ’r-hand. wh
s o paii-. min tb( ■ lovati's H.--
I ua! at tlie !iroe of ,■ ; ..boo :
’•'■"S able In go home a few da.'
j made mr o vigiufii.ai! finding
viic autopsy which he conduct-...:; «i:
\j. 1 1 fir
i Multiple, ruji■ riles ;ll e.«nlii on
’ "igh! 'l l ano aao > Di- rigbi alio
"'ft lower leg.
A liter: a;ion on die scalp
J Ewiarg. mer.t ot m..- ’ r , with an
'g rcinc d: ... . " oi f.i • , alter .
Os the tlir- i /incurg lie d.n il
ri the injury to tht liver as Use
TECHNK At TtSTIMONV
Afu r i.pusing tin-: test'mosiy w :n
Kehuic.i; (fe:-cri|>:.or, ~f the i.\ pe
oi r.xamianlion venciueted on use
! body, i.rui simins that study was
: inaHv a ;:!' :<1 eye
'iH'io-a. JI" He w . ...-ked by To
li! 'ii ■■■ F. Ei'thcl Cut i;. i= what win
h Fa, luir.g s death.
He aii.-wered lh,a iv ids opinion
ae.otl V. a- Mil; r ! -o aeute in'.o.M
ia !< ,! which rtsuited m serious in
the lieu h 'rihuted i
'• oil" Injuoes una t'-eir unim
rr .-.mii ilscd re n,..: nol txatis
: a u th brain, a- n ~(i been
a veu tor cxaminalr- by Di M.
Fi .- It ? County h office, .
I'd D • W. J*. DeVair, and had noi
c. n replaced.
i 1.':.; n i.vs-(dx:-mni;i':oii by J
i C ok. attorney resenting a.
.". i v Dr. Forbus s.dd that in n.
"i'lnioii the blow on top of the
c; . would not have ceased death
Atiovi: -y Coot- asked Dr Foj o:..
i in.-. iieVi.ne ami f.-sicr had no'
ocm Ji nis rcc< i... ' .-at FDm
h.-iM su;k'S'c-o a bs,.:.i eoneussmu.
I' Forbus replied to.-! ills opinion
'- I '' .--.i.iM I'i deaih basec oi;
■v ; ul a ui.c ot those ■ tomcats hu
d?i‘ 'my siu y ha; le me to die
• •pinion t'rai the man did not iiav.
euiu. Ufiion <>t the brain.
REASON NHJ. ERROR
' C'oneus- ion of uu brain. ' us
R. N. SIMMS, Jr.
FROM WAKE COUNTV
IN THE DEMOCRATIC
— r-.wffnw.T- —- -
FOR If | ITT! f
VOTE *** *»*«■& * * ■&»-*■»««*
jjk.. • >\ K F COUNT Y
• ’ "" JT ’ .
j ; « s, , Worn
clf *= m \
Ha. I imeral Scr\ ires
e.-(! Tor Miss Vlclu-r
f'ARIKN, Ga. Fimaral service.?
vere held la?: Tuc ri,,, at S ! - '■ >• •
Kjii- M'lnl Cluii e!i for the la! -
s Mari' Melve.. outstanding
di Carolina i: due,it" - who died
• i:tiy it her in,'in In Weldon. N.
. after a long illness
bi.-s fviclvci ■ ;’vi•: ; male mar
- yea: ■ as Jan i.ujKa visor of ;x. •
in <i: mentaiy tmi.,l- in Nor j
aiolina and is a hams-i president
:)' the Congress of C*• red Pareri • j
! e .ehei’s Assoeiatioii of Not" j
Sm- s ixed also . president ! j
: t." Hampton Alumn; ' social ion A’
•N. ('.. and -a? a member of the !
j of Mai.ag awi: of the So - j
uric Truth YWCA aid the fu •!
■ Community Cent.',
ii aa- a mcnibe: an-'! officer oi I
; lu Nor h Carolina T eaeaers A j
• "elation as will a- lumcrou.' or-j
: ;-mzatioa-. ini ougt'lon: the slat:
i ,n in Dm ten. (5, . she aUciv.,-
! J l :e G.‘«ru;i public schools an- j
; " an' to high and no. mat .school at I
'! Augustin, ’.s Cobeg.- in PiaUigb j
•'b ole.lined iter B. S. >n education |
. .• m llamplon in- ilulo and h i i
i .via-le. from C'Jiuc - , Univc..-
>iu in furth r adv need woi'k in
’ at the i’mv - -"ty of Ca:-|
.ittli -he "Ci fn u a post <i?
■.can", .-"opervisoi m i! !(!;..< Cour-i
'v. N C.. inch she in id until 193a
I vvlien site resigned accept 31
caiiii!.„ assign: ll ui the George’
t. ‘'one.'' ;\s College
l ,-r later Tie n-turneci ...
th Carolina b'w’Omg state
upiTvlsor of Negro education,
■vliich post she hi id up to the time
T her final illwc.-s. .-> was at: ■■■>:
U\ m.mber of the Cl. AnToro..--
Episcopal Church of Raieifili.
-’■w is. Mirvived :>y hrec sisters,
Mrs. Ck.'hr -n.- Mro.. iy T'l'vn
enl. Ga. Mr . S" - L Davis
Biui.-wielv CD: . in Mr,-. Mam.
hiekson of Savannah.
ei.mnmcu. "i: a p':;,.-mmlcgdl si-.,,
and m..> in be ,-eeu by physic,.!
-:- =:i .Uc. C i s. o': rely pog.u
Lie. arid in no> judgment likely
i ' .J iii.' interpret;. I,.it; traced w
eolleagii - war rcasonucca
e rtn . D<. Forbu s en. I.
H( quoted a sta enient by J),
: host.,'- tha notiiing oonortiiai was
; .-. en in in- brain art added “in
us. of death from u"as on 'he
1 read it would be nti--; extraorUm
,u l I'- ' a:. xnnnruit. , to in iri.u. -
i .aid .to sign of injury he seen ui .
I ih:: brain.''
| He said that in i.y, opinion the
ruicis on tht head -, -•- producic;
iCiirn. dh**cly bt'iiift’ m at the mm
i death. He based h. opinion on a
careful miei'oseopic ex. minaUun tA
Tix* rcain injury u. added ap
i- a: c? ii.i :.;,ve n r.il ed I• •.«
i iKhm. suinc cm veu urlnce ft.c
injury would produce extrenv*
bleed mg unless it happened at the
inr.e of death. He uise said it was
possible for wounds .o bleed up to
tour hours after de.i h.
In connection with earlier testi
"■ o welne.-s of the clothing
Ice decease d. the I hike pm in i
-I saiu ti.a' in o.r. type of live j
diseases, exr- •. ivo p.ispirntion b ■
<<ne ol' the features.
Dr. Foster and Dr DeV >n< were
; th called to the slnnd by ,\t'oi
(look, arm bo - h riMrd that Ih .
>, '’oll bt tlvit the injury h: recto: v
' . nt lit su-tained a woncussion, and
i aouiit tin till in,,!. > ii; rocciv '
ci on U.c head could have c. .;. ,v j
t til. They had 'vstified In. j
1 ’mimi'.s death war ,n their opin j
t: ( Lie o a brain concussion.
first session pi tin inquca
■ ral weeks age.
mi the physieia: wre e liw
i ■ land .i -era statement: j
' 11 0. First vna a letter ir.nn |
V-' '..irnsnci niiii 11; 1 • 111 nt in:;
!. Hr quoted bom dvrs ni lie!
1 e of Mrs. Fleniin, as saying 2i.it
rmi-ician had been .'linking j
s ivcly for two week- before 1 1:-
A report of po'ie; o Dr. Koi'busj
the i re :i.scd's movements in :'i;> 1
1 wc» kx l.'.'foi',: ids death, a is! !
• 1 heated that hr ha.l been drink |
iv; execssivlcly I. a..so stated 1 ha
in body had droppt-1 from the
ireteber while it v, as tiring earned
own from city jail.
An FBI report was read on the
. mi nion of the clothing of tile
: cccas* ri for blood. It stated that a
ml! *K .is of 010o 1 was found |
on Iho back of the shirt and sever-!
->! small snuifives ol blood ,vw; j
oiuid around the hm shoulder r, j
hi a coal The icpri .ft also the 1
he shir: did not apper to hav. j
eon washed after the blood got onj
F VII CHECKED
lb. Phillip •. ci v poiiceiinr.
•li • v.ii issigia ri lie ..<sit of chces
■ the jail each !:o w ;iici h ■> i
r eked Fleming's cei. at 11:1,' p. j
• a he nig!it of his t e.afh. At t».;n !
lie wii. 1\ ,1 ~ or: , nuitre .. a.;
e iloor, he sain he in eight h. w.v
>; unk and did not « eck the • ii
reinaindct of fhi right.
A. A Whitman, a c.. policenm. .
- Pi tie t h knew n thing of the
e a' ail and den d stating
• landlorb O. P>. Hewitt, anyiuini: i
• c effect Fiat he had hit a Ne •
.0 on Inc night of Ficmn
1 a.. White, .11 . of ’..amici.
. that he w.i- in the city jab. '.l
:.igni before Fleming died, anu
nought tlx two re!, iv xt to
wore empty, thou h - me one wa
dawn below him.
White said he 11 ft ■ rs a -eva -
nosebleed while in veil. ■
, “The Most Important
Activity Ol The State
Government Is The School System”
Charles M. Johnson
XT m. T**
Whose Qualifications In State Government
Make Him The Best Fitted Man To Be The Next
1. Salaries: “First of all, I wish to see the 2. More Teachers: “We must lighten the
State pay salaries that will attract and hold in teacher’s pupil load ... A reduction in the
the State’s service the most competent and pupil load caul he accomplished only through
consecrated teachers. %To accomplish this, the employment of more teachers. This will
there must be a substantial increase m teach- , x
ers’ salaries” cost money but it wul be money well spent -
3. State School Building Aid: “Some of the 4. School Health: We should have in North
surplus now on hand in the State treasury Carolina a school health program that will in
should be used in aiding less fortunate com- sure to every child in every section, however
munities. particularly rural areas, to provide disadvantaged, a fair chance at a healthy start
adequate school buildings”. in hfe . j
5. Additional Progress: “A State School Commission, com-,
posed of intelligent and public-spirited citizens, is now making
a thorough survey of our state school system, of our educatonai
needs and of our ability to meet them its recommendations
will have imy sympathetic consideration”.
111 Mil ttmii nrrnrrt.l. i.imTrwTtir 1 Tn-n.nfir.-n ii>r-n— 111 ' , -■ - - '- ->■ 1 » • - ~ ■■W.—Mn— .J- ———' " ..II *■** <W .l.i'
washed his face wila cold ’.vate
end in blowing bis nose splat,. iv j
blood ail over the ceil
Coroner Pinkston i-ssirttM > 1
the Inquest by State Solicitor ( .1
ivl; and Malcolm MeQne, n io
| or of [((•carder' - Cni'i 1
l\\ rv seat in the Sup: inr Couri j
i Itooh: was 1 .ken as li , inquest mi.!
Negligence of ih< Fayette villa j
Police force was n to a po-.uoic t
conti i-wting lavioi in ii, ■ v.uh. a; -
orbing to the finrim,. of a hr.nrf
j irked Coronor's Jn.y late Wvd
-1 neadav evening after t.!,e aii-da v ir-
| The jury w.-.ieh i- unabi t
-1 enmne the exact 1 -if Fie.a
iis death because o "conflicting
nd insutfici’.nt evidenci ree ;m
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a thorough and eumpiete inv<‘s;i...
gation of the poiic department, |
• ■ iiti further asked tin, the report I
i v Stale Bureau o, I.ivesliga ion |
i. e c. < b' presented to tin.'!
irand Juror; a its .-ext mectin^.
i. V, Ztmnu-rnrui. 'BJ <>r., •
sfgncrf to the case. U-.-'ifit d tlwi ar j
iiafl net yet compit-tc-! his invcsn-!
'the .Furors found t : - mcou..
■a.-rt tble (, videnvr v. . presci; m 1
ai hf the Fayed-.‘Ville police ,1«-.
i.lament, was neghgi ■ in that i.hi t
die serf w.h held .n jajl fort.!
oeiod of about iti t.y i.tiur.- without I
... charge. Lu'iiiy ~,vod again-,i |
1 an. and no investig -l‘on mti.t !
• iithough the need of medical atn.-n-1
an va- appar-vot. itv negltgencc' |
ihcy livid, could have eontributou!
• his death.
The jur,> w„s e-erposed t>f L» •
i Sam Howie, I. H. Hai Jon. Vardoi*
: Williamson, J. Warrer Pate, J. L
j Creed, Sr, and Dr. J W. Scabrous,
j and deliberated for t.ne and on-.-
| Naif hours before ret. ruing tae:r
i enunenliui "ti tht ’nquest find
( 01, police j t . Woi t ■:il
j.'o'red it/.U he would ask the b' M ;,iii
!ut /ildejniri) to include in ihen
j midget for the fiscal year, provts
for a ful! time j«sler.
Ihe chief also m.’n as far as
11 concerned the ea-- was A ;
v/ici. open" and (he $500.00 ro
!' rrd for infoiina!ion a,-.ding to the
; re.-. and conviction u£ his assail
•nr si.ill stood.
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