From Police Files:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
HELD IN CLUB BREAK-IN
Wiley Edward Harrington. Jr., of
Garner, and Wil-
brrt Lee Dew, 823 H-
were bound -over
tor trial in Wake fJBIW
on charges of ■
break ing, en- klQ|H£
tering and lar
ceny following a jp* , ,
City Court hear
ing Thursday. P
are accused of HARRINGTON
breaking Into the “Hootenany"
Club, 5 Hayti Alley, and taking 35
packages of cigarettes, some cigars
and sl6 ia currency.
Similar charges against Robert
Lee KittreU of 304 Pugh Street
DRIVES "STOLEN AUTO
William Gaeton Griffin, 17, of
807 I. Davie Btreet, was charged
last week with driving a stolen
automobile, along with throe other
youlbe. The others were Charles
Smith, 94 Nash Terrace; Vance Ev
ans, 1409 Sawyer’s Lane; and Tho
mas Washington, 419 W. South St
AH were brought to the Detective
Bureau where Griffin admitted he
took the ear from the parking lot
aeroas from Sanders Body Shop in
the 500 block of 1 Davie St, and
said the three boys riding with him
did not knew the ear was stolen.
Griffin was booked on an auto
CASH EEGIBTER TAKEN
George Freeland Stewart told
Officers 1. R. Mum that he
eleeod the Ctab 54, S. Bleed
worth St, at 2:M ajn. Thurs
day and Milarnad at 9 pan. to
And a nail CMk register had
been stolen. Stewart admitted
that Om roar dear was net look
BHlimin “GUEST" BEPOBTED
lire. Maggie McMillan, 804 Man
ly Street told pottee oficers Thurs
day that someone entered her home
between the boon of 8:90 ajn. and
4:00 pjn. by knocking the inside
off her backdoor and going through
aeveral rooms, apparently in search
of money. She reported $5.00 was
missing from a wallet in the dress
er drawer of her bedroom.
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SEEK TAPI RECORDER TRIEP
Herbert KUiott Brown, principal
of the J. W. Ligon Junior-Senior
High School, told Officers L M.
Smith and L T. Williams that
mmaons sntored tha music room
at B»e school tor the second time
to a weak Friday night and stole s
eord tor ■ tape recorder, already
miming, hi the first break-in, the
culprit forget the card, but got it on
Ms seated visit
The school butiding was entered
through • deer « the east side
end one window was broken lead
ing to the music room. Fingerprints
were taken at the seene.
■ATS SON WAS THEEATENED
Mrs. Mary Lee Williams, 540
E. Hargett Mrsot, Apt I, ta-
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WHITE OIL CO., INC.
1115 W. Lenoir St.
tormed Officers J. B.T Mania
Mid ML Is. Btcih€BSM Mtnrdiy
that Murphy Griffin. 14, mt Apt
U. same addrem, had aameltod
her sen, Charles, U, to their
yard with a packet knife. The
woman also mid her see's fset
hall was eat by yeang Griffin,
whs left befere officers arriv
ed. Na one answered the deer
at the Griffin apartment
WOMAN “PASSES OUT’ WHILE
Willie Crump of 514 Patterson
Lane said Miss Helen Hunter, 18,
of 118 Maple Street came to his
home end “passed out” The cope
were called at 11:58 a.m. Sunday.
The young woman was arrested for
ATTACKED FROM BEHIND
Michael Leften. 94, and Levi
Madtoee Webb, 31. both as the
Bleedwertk Street YMCA. said
they were walking teeth in
the 444 Meek of 8. Bleedwerth
Street when they were attacked
from behind by aeveral uniden
tified men. Lofton exhibited
brakes about too head, and
Webb had a hale to the back
of Ma head. Neither eeald give
descriptions of their assailants.
Officers J. G. Barbour and C.
B. Kirby were enable to find
anyone who know anything a
beat too aamnlt which took
place at U pjn. Saturday.
NABBED FOB CREATING
Police arrested Maryland Price,
44, of 313 Hill St, at 5 am. Satur
day for creating a disturbance in
the neighborhood of 904 Seiwyn
Alley and public drunkenness. He
was placed in Wake County Jail.
HIS NAP WAS EXPENSIVE
Roland Lennon of 418 S. Hay
wood Street reported to Officers
John Baker and T. T. Street, Jr.,
that he was riding with Lonnie Par
tin in the latter’s auto about 11
a.m. Sunday, went to sleep and
woke up about 4 pm at tije Rest
ful Pines Club, near Raleigh. Len
non said both Partin and his $27.00
were missing. He admitted that he
and Partin had been drinking to
gether. Lennon was informed he
could sign a warrant for larceny
Mias Delores Ragland, 10, of 102
Star Street, told Officers Norman
Artis and A. L. Grigsby Monday
afternoon that she had been as
saulted by Bill McConnell, a 96-
year-old white man, connected with
McConnell’s Paint and Body Shop
415 S. Person Street
Mias Ragland mid she went to
McConnell’s place of business in
answer to a want ad, was inter
viewed by him and returned home,
where he was supposed to pick her
up and take her to his home to ex
plain her duties.
However, when MoCennell ar
rived at her Star Street ad
drem, he earns inside and got
“fresh,” acocrding to tha yeung
lady’s statements. She then said
she asked him to leave. As
they both stood up, Miss Rag*
land said McConnell threw her
on toe sofa and tried to Urn
her. However, when aha
■creamed, he Jumped up and
vacated the residence.
"BOOZE” BOTTLE THROWN
Mm Margaret Hinton, 303 Fowl*
Street, informed police that some
one threw a whiskey bottle through
a back window in her home. Mrs.
Hinton aaM she had no idea who
the culprit was. Damage was set
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SHAW U. STUDENTS HEAR ADDRESS—Frank Balk, James May and Miss Alice Mae
McDuffie talk with Dr. Herbert Collins, second from right, on his subject of “The Culturally De
prived Person," Friday, February 7, in Greenleat Auditorium. (See storv).
“The Culturally Deprived Person”
Is Dr. Collins’ Subject At Shaw
*Th# Culturally Deprived Per
son” was the subject of Dr. Herbert
Collins’ addrem to Shaw Univer
sity students and faculty members
on Friday, February 7, in Green
Dr. Collins stated that there are
two extremes to consider in analyz
ing the deprivation of the Cultural
ly Deprived Person. 1. The cir
-1 cum scribed; 2. The disadvantaged.
He pointed out that the disad
vantaged lives at the bottom of our
society. He is unemployed, usually
unemployable and ignorant of the
issues of our times. He has a lan
guage deficiency and is detached
1 from the community. He has low
civic orientation, is oppressed
watched, and lives an excluded
life. The group is proned to vio
lence, apathetic, with low motiva
tion and little aspiration to achieve.
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ly Uic Negro, bui oilier racial
groups such as Mexicans. Chinese
The speaker referred to the cir
cumscribed individual as coming
from various strata to find himself
limited. The people of this group
feel completely assimilated to A
meriean culture. In the meantime
they find obstacles. They experi
ence prejudice. To realize what it
means to be a Negro, Dr. Collins
said, one has to be placed in a po
sition. This group he described as
over-ambitious, high strtvers, ag
gressive. They are violent-prone,
not indifferent, but they do feel
frustrated. They experience anxie
ty, and are critical. Because of their
alertness, they begin to organize,
protest and assert civil rights.
Dr. Collins stated that trade un
ions were the earliest to organize
for civil rights in the 1800’s.
Whether a person starts out dis
advantaged or circumscribed—one
of the areas in which accomplish
ment takes place is in education.
Teachers, he concluded, should de
emphasize incompatibility in our
Dr. Collins is professor of sociol
ogy. State College, and a part-time
professor of sociology at Shaw Uni
versity. His appearance was spon
sored by the Shaw Chapter of the
American Association of University
E. L. Barham and J. P. Broad
well Monday night that Miss
Mary Williams of 530 South
Bloodworth Street, visited his
home and he asked her to rub
his back and shoulders with
some liniment, which she pro
ceeded to do. Mr. Banks said
he had SIS In his trouser poc
ket in paper money when the
rubbing started but found to
be missing when Miss Wil
liams left. Also gone were two
shirts rained at H He signed
a warrant against the woman,
THIEVES HIT THOMAS’
Howard Thomas of 915 E. Le
noir Street, told police early this
week that someone had forced the
lock on the boiler room at his
laundromat. 510 8. Boundary St .
entered the boiler room, which Is
located in the rear of his grocery
store at 508 8. Boundary, knocked
a Hole through a cinder block
wall, made off with an undeter
mined amount of cigarettes, wine,
a 6 transistor raido and possibly
Investigation is continuing ir.
A City Court hearing for two
Rsieigh Negro women, charged
with morals violations on January
29. after being arrested with two
Wilson' white men. has been eon
t.nued from Tuesday, January 11.
until Tuesday, January 18. The in
cident took place at Dob s Motel.
S. Wilmington Street
The women are Misses Daisy
Mlntlor, 22. and Lenora Clark. 25
Mist Mintlor resides at 17 S. West
St and Miss Clark s address is 924
Rock Quarry Road.
The white men were tried last
week before City Court Judge S.
Pretlowe Win borne. They received
six months suspended sentences,
were fined $125 and court costs
each and ordered not to violate any
law for a period of two years.
They were charged with using a '
motel room for immoral purposes.
Their names are: Franklin Grady
Vaughn, and Arthur Shackleford,
both prominent business
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DURHAM—North Carolina Col
lege’s new journal. VARIA, appear
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on the Durham campus.
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creative work by members of the
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The first issue contains articles on
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NOC faculty members: Dr. Joseph
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Brown, dean of tha Graduate
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Janet M. Green, English; and Wil
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