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    Over 100 Stitches Used
To Close Knife Wounds
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Woman Pastor Makes Purchase:
Bishop Pope Buys Big Church Here
Two Women
Fight; One
Hospitalized
Officials at Wake Memorial Hos
pital informed a representative of
The CAROLINIAN Monday that
Mr*. Thelma Cotton. M, whose ad
dress was listed as either SM S.
Swain St, or 0M 1-3 Powell Alley,
was treated there Saturday after
for lsomttom of tbt
MBS. THELMA COTTON
*.. ratten (see. era weenie
MISS MARTBEIDORB
Out On Bond
■ Clovoland, Ohio attorney,
potted a |IMM cash bend Sat
ardey end Mrs. WOlte Mse Mel
lery, tt-year-old celebrated
kidney defendant here, wae re
leased (real the Union County
ML
However, Mrs. Mallory meet
appear at a term as Snperier
Carat, begtnatog February 17,
la enewer charges of kidnap
ing a white eettpte he the wake
of a Mil race Hot.
The mother dT two children,
who was vteMng this town
from Brooklyn. N. T, at the
ttaae as her arrest, wae retarn-
Her plana for Ora weeks pre
ceding the trial are unknown.
t ■
2 Men Bound Over In
ABC Store: Break-In
Two ot three Raleigh men caught
hi Apex at midnight last Thursday
by a police officer, making a rou
tine cheek, were bound over Fri
day to Wako Superior Court for
trial in connection with a break-in
■t gn ABC store in Wendell, serosa
the county from the apot In which
they were nabbed.
ANDY (GUMP) MCCLAIN
... alleged "brahn" of crime
cone ■oct
THE CAROLINIAN
VOL. 22, NO. 11 RALEIGH, N. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. 1964 PRICE 15c
ACME IS ROBBED
President Names Negro
As Director Os ITSIA
Rowan Is
Mcrrc“’?
Successor
WASHINGTON, D C. w Cart
T. Rowan, 38-ynar-old Indio ana
aenra in United States govern
ment, an Edward R. Marrow atop*
pad down aa director at «ne Unit
ed Statee Information Agency.
A former newspaperman
and author as faar books,
Rawaa will receive BUN
per year In the new poet. He
wfll also become the first Ne
gro ever to sit In osi meetings
of the National Security
Council
Although he la not a member of
the Council, the USIA director al
ways attends all of its meetings.
Murrow, a native of Greensboro.
N. C„ faces a long convalescence
after recently undergoing surgery
for lung cancer. He a perhaps
best known for ha “Person-To-
Person" televaion program when
he would visit the homes of fam
ous national and international
celebrities across the country.
Rowan waa praised by Pres
ident Lyndon B. Johnson, who
appointed him. as "eminently
qualified to supervise this vit
al program of telling Ameri
ca's story abroad."
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Andy (Gamy) Edward Mc-
Clain. M, W ill K. Eden ton St.
bettered to hare been the
“braine" of the eyeraHen; and
Cedric Eugene Beat *2, ISI4
Oakwoed Arenae. wheee latest I
brock with the law waa an j
Tmeaday of laat week, are be
ing held In Jail In Hen a( SIMM
bands each.
The third man, Andrew Cuffle
Williams, Jr., 44, Sl2 Rock Quar
ry Road, has been char fed with
aiding and abetting in the possess
ion and transportation of whiskey
McClain and Boat are charged
with taking five cases of tax-paid
whiskey, vhlued at $290 from the
Wendell store, last Thursday.
The arresting patrolman, J. G
Kelly of Apex said a pistol, bur
glary tools and the unstamped le
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Mother’s
March Now
Underway
The Mother's March of Dimes for
Polio has already taken hold in
many Raleigh neighborhoods.
Working against time and weather
uncertainties, a group of commu
nity volunteers began last week
end. knocking on doors and ringing
doorbells for monetary contribu
tions which will be used to help
in the fight against that crippling
disease, polio, birth defects and
arthritis.
The following captains may be
working in your neighborhood:
North Carolina’s Leading Weekly
CARL T. ROWAN
Shaw U. Freshman Killed
By Drunk Driver In City
Thomas Odell Wilder. 10. of till
Mark Street, was given final rites
at 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at
the Manly Street Christian Church
with the Rev. T. C. Homans, pas
tor, officiating. Burial followed In
Hillcrest Cemetery
Yoifhg Wilder, a freshman at
Shaw University here, was struck
THOMAS ODELL WILDER
... waa Bhaw freshman
CAROLINIAN
ADVERTISERS
Bin FROM THEM
PAGE a
Hortoa i Cash Mm
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Gem Watch Shop
Kama Jan* Drew Shop
CsrreD Coal Ce.
Baleigh BnMaew CeUcc*
Guaranty Kansas* Cs.
PAGE S
■ oSmb -Belk—CnrC*
Kachan!-* A Parmer* Bank
I. W. Winters A Ce
Tartar Same A Bectriral l
PAGE S
Maleic k Pnneral Bam*
Achm Maalty Ce
I ante* SanStr* TBs Ce
MrLaurla Parkins Can*pan
Med Un-Da vt*
The Britt Cmyer
Ansborn Pan liar, hie.
Branch Banking A Trust Ce
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Bawls Mater Ca.
Balelgk Saalaad Ca x
Triaa cl* Ain Winns* PredsrU, Inc.
Central Bras Star*
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Calaalal Mara*
Capital Ad GO. lea A Caul Ca.
EDWARD ft. MURROW
by a car, driven by Jason Levern
Bridges, whose home is In New
Jersey. The accident took place last
Saturday night while Wilder was
attempting to croas U. S. Highway
401 South, near the Wilmington
Street bridge.
The on his way back
home after visiting in nearby Wal
nut Terrace.
A reliable source Informed a
CAROLINIAN newsman Tues
day that Bridges, who was
ehraged with manslaughter and
drunken driving by city police,
stopped his vehicle Immediate
ly and called both tbs police
* and aa ambulance.
The 20-year-old solider, station
ed at Fort Bragg, is still being held
in Wake County Jail, according to
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WEAT H E R
nil lira MM a ran—hanspif
IP* five day weather fraud
for the Ratotsk area beginning
Thursday, lawn *». at
tinning throagh Monday, Janusry
ZI. is ** follows; tempers tores will
average * to * degree# abev* nor
mal, warm first of period and
eoMor over the weekend. Preripl
totlon totaling one quarter to on#
half tech, with mostly tight show
era Thursday sad Friday. Mode,
rale preriptution shoot Satorday.
B. E- Quinn Farattur* Ca.
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AAP Start*
Estate. Building Ce.. lor.
Nationwide Marts*C* A Invi
Company
Smith Cast A CHI Ce.
firemen* Stare*
Etng Cal* Metal
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(a retina BuUder*. la>
Warner Me morula
Dillon Malar rinane*
Mldfewar'* OpOcUa* I"
PAGE II
London on Co
Melton • WayaMo
Ben f ran kiln Store
Acceptance Mortgag* Ce.. I
PAGE IS
AppMaaec Center
Duns'* E**o f - rrtr*
■tint General Tire Ca
CaroUaa Pewer A Light Ca
PACE M
Liaeala Theatre
PAGE 1!
B-iff ale Battery Shop
McLeod. Wattes A Lanier
PAGE M
Sander* Mater Ce.
Daylight
Hold-Dp
Nets SSB
A brazen young robber entered
JJ>e office of the Acme Realty Com-
PmJT 1 r # Turn*, t, r ’ ’«P *; If *(l
and 4oM the manager, Samuel T.
Gipson. Sr.. "This i/a holdup."
"I though he was joking" at firat
said Mr. Gibson. But his thought*
apparently changed when he saw
the stub-nosed pistol the man held
in his hand.
A toll, dark young man.
wearing an orange colored
sw-eater-shlrt that partially cov
ered his face, escaped from the
office at 129 E. Hargett Street
with approximately 158. after
grabbing two empty bank de
posit bags, thinking they also
held money.
When Gibson heard the gun click,
he instinctively dropped to the
floor.
At this time the bandit is said to
have dashed around the counter,
opened a cash drawer, took out cur
rency and the two empty bags and
left During the altercation, a fall
ing dest drawer is said to have hit '
Mr. Gibson near the eye. He was
not hurt badly, however.
As the unknown robber fled. Mr.
Gibson shouted for held A barber
in the Jones Barber Shop, next
door, saw the man dash into the aI
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Sanford
Accused Os
‘Hypocrisy*
CHAPEL HILL John Dunn,
chairman of the Freedom Commit
tee here, which la coordinating
anti-segregation activities in this
area, criticized Governor Terry
Sanford Sunday during an antl
aegregstion rally
Dana said the governor aa
shewn -hypocrisy" In dealing
with North Carolina's racial
problems.
He further insisted that Senford
was wrong In Indicating the Con
gress of Racial Equality and other
Integration groups were trying to
“coerce public officials with ulti
matums or treats."
The speaker recognized the fpcf
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Friends Os
Shaw Meet
A group of Friends of Shaw
University met last Wednesday,
Janu* r- 15, at 3 p m. at the
I Bloodworm Street YMCA in an
attempt to organize a local effort
in beha'f of the university's fin
ancial meeds.
| Several projects were proposed.
However, os no permanent organ
ization waa perfected, no plans
ere formed to launch a local
’•-lends of Shaw Fund-Raising
Campaign at this meeting
Present were Mesd&mes Myrtle
Crocket . Virginia K. Newell.
Harveletgh R. Whit*. Thelma M
Keck, the Rrv J Os car McCloud,
jDr Charles A. Lyons. Jr.. J. L
1 Strndwick. Roes Fowler. P- R.
BISHOP PURCHASES LARGE CHURCH Shown aoove is t»w c.iurc.i
Maude M. Pops and her congregation will occupy beginning March 1. Bishop Poue is shpiffr.Tn in-
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906 a
Structure To Be National Quarters
Os Holy Church Founded By Bishop
BT CHARLES ft. JONES
Bishop Maude M. Pope of 400
Bragg Street has accomplished
more during the past four weeks
than many persons oould during
a normal lifetime She has bought
an air-conditioned church, cost
ing 105,000.
On Thureday. December 19, she
paid a deposit to officials of the
Salvation Anny, under the, direc
tion of Major Olvy Sheppard.
Last week she signed the
fluu! ».—» -.-- - W.w* *■-*-
W' **
Church at the corner of E.
Martin and 8. Swain Btreets.
thus enabling Raleigh’s Nerro
population to worship In the
35-year-old structure for the
first time In history.
Pounder of the Mount Sinai
Saints of Ood Holy Church of A
mertca. Inc., the bishop plans to
use the church as a national
headquarters for her flock, who
err Ir v-ed tn other North Caro
lina cities. New Jersey and Mass
achusetts.
She founded the ehuMh In 1949.
It is currently locate# at 1719
Pender Btreet.
Bishop Pope and her followers
will move Into the convenicntly
locatel church In East Raleigh on
Sunday. March Ist. Open House
will be held for the general pub
lic on Sunday, March sth. at
which time dlnn“v will be served.
WILL ACCOMMODATE 800
The main sanctuary of the
“new" church will accommodate
460 worshippers Including use of
th” '-H’cony.
PROTESTS IN ATLANTA The imag* Atlanta, Ca.. at a racially progressive tafy was
marred last Saturday as the young Negroes above picketed a segregated lunch counter. City had
ers point to years or racial harmony, including peaceful desegregation of public
leader said the “harmony image is merely a Chamber ol Commerce snow job." ( UPI PHOiOj.
A complete basement, with
approximately 15 classrooms
is Inrludad; office space for
the bishop and her associates;
a nursery; patio that will
serve 104 persons; modern kit
D. Nichols To Trial In
Embezzlement Os 2006FS
PHILADELPHIA (ANP> The
trial ot suspended AMS. Bishop D.
Ward Nichols, postponed from De
cember. will get underway here
Jan. 27. The noted churchman is
charged with the embezzlement and
Locaf'YM’
Joins Nat’l
Wk. Here
The Bloodworth Street Young
Men's Christian Association will
observe National YMCA Week Jan
26-21 with a aeries of special events,
it waa announced Tuesday by E. 1..
Ratford, executive secretary of the
local branch.
"YMCA Sunday" will be ob
aerved In ehurehea throughout
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ehrn; and activity halli on
each of the three floors of the
annex, hultt recently.
In addition, there afrU 'cIass
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approprin'i''*’ of mr*r ‘bin
The alleged embeistement
from the church's first Episco
pal (district) took place during
the mid -1950's when Ntebela
was a member of the Board of
Blshoos
The district tot’ludes eastern
Pennsylvania. Deleware, New York
and the New England States.
Ho is named In 42 indictments
and was unsuccessful in- having
(hem dismissed before fcotft. the
Pennsylvania Superior and.* Su
preme Court*. '*
Two aults—one civil asking for
an accounting of the aUflgcdly
missing fund*, and one ertitrtnel
brought by the Church are pending.
Jlif money estimates range
from 8150,000 to In excess of
X2MLOOO . according to C>e
rhurrh and the district attor
ney'* office.
The church contends Bishop Nic
hols, sun of a South Caroling.'pre
riding elder of the church end new
a resident of Nrw York, allegedly
(C.lff«N PA-’* •
    

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