Wake County Community Shocked As
2 MEN SLAIN ON EASTER SUNDAY
Malcolm X Called * Judas 9 By Kin
FLEET-FOOTED CON ENTERS
PRISON; ONE APPEALS TERM
BT CHARLES R. JONH
Andy (Gump) Edward McClain 1 *
treadom tram prison officials last
ad exactly S 3 hours and 25 minutes
The 15-year-old veteran convict,
with a record dating back to re
form school days, was apprehend
ed at 10:45 pm. Saturday while
watching a television program at a
house to the 400 Mock of Austin
Street located to Bast Raleigh’s
popular “Bottom”. Be was taken
Immediately to Central Prison to
•tart serving his term.
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CHARLOTTE Harry Goldm
famed liberal author and lecturer,
in a recent iacue of the Carolina
Israelite took the South to task
for its failure to utilize Negro man*
He referred to the fact that
a native North Carolinian, dee
E. Mearee, Kings County
(Brooklyn. N. T.) probation of
fleer had made a record In he
man relations that any ana. re
gardless of nee er color, should
be proud e t.
He also named another North
Carolina personage who has
wrought well in his chosen field
Edward R. Dudley. Mr. Dudley is
the Borough President of Manhat
tan and has served as a Domestic
Relations Court Justice. Both are
grauates of Johnson C. Smith Uni
versity in Charlotte.
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la a public meeting held at
the Charts Heights Recrea
tion Center Tuesday night, five
names were submitted as pes
sible candidates rrem the Ne
From Raleigh's Police Files:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES)
KMFE THRUST IN LEFT SIDE
A; 909 P- m. Monday. Mrs. Ber
tha Wilson of 1206 E Lenoir St
staled that Albert C. Lucas of
709 S. Person Street, came to 60s
E Davie St- »'hvre she was. and
for -,o rea»on at ail stuck a knife
in her left side
Lucas denied this to Officers R
E Keeler snd T B Lewis How
r\er. the cops signed a warrant
against him for assault with a dead
ly weapon with intent to kill re
sulting m serious bodily injury and
h~ sree again placed in Wake Coun
Ifcs. Wilson was admitted to
Wake Memcr.al Hospital where her
coadoition was not known.
A witness in this case was Miss
Annie Berryman, who lives at the
Davie Street address
COPS SEIZE 186 GALLONS OP
Deadline For Registration Is May tt. Get Your Same On The R ooks Sow!
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North Carolina *s Leading Weemy
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VOL. 22, NO. 22 RALEIGH, N. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1964 PRICE 15c
‘Pete’ Williams Century Club Member:
J. W. LIGON’S COACH HONORED
m RICHMOND DBCWART
Coach Peter Hlpafl "Pete” WB
llduna. who has an amazing rooted
it# winning football games was
Bated in flit Janftery-Febniory to*
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COACH PETER H. WILLIAMS
, , . receives accreted ksasr
gru race to seek ufflem es
Wake County Cemmisetoner
and the Stole House es Re
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The unidentified driver of a De
luxe Cab made a “clean get-away"
as officers swooped down on 126
gallons of “white lightning” and
arrested two men here m the 900
block of E. Hargett Street Tuesday
at 8:30 p.m.
Jim Burnett, chief es the
Wake ABC eufcrcemcut dlvts
tau. id ratified tha pair arrett
ed as Schuyler Lae AOeu, 92,
es aas Cetteu Place, sad George
Hinton. es 536 E. Hargett St
Thirty gallons of the illegal boots
wnere found in the cab, but the
driver eluded police.
The other 96 gallons of whiskey
were found m Hinton's garage, Bur
Raleigh police officers assisted la
Both men were charged with pea
session of illegal liquor and I os
session for the purpose of sale
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CIVIL RIGHTS BILL SUPPORTERS The above persons fathered in Washington, D.
C., last Thursday, are shown making the “v" lor victory sign at the Capital alter the Senate voted
to take up the House-approved Civil Rights Bill. Left to right are: Sen. Philip A. Hart ( D-Mich .);
the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Rev. Fred Shuttles
worth. Not shown, but present when photo was made, was Sen. Hubert Humphrey ( D-Minn.).
The Negro leaders were visitors at the Capitol. (UPI PHOTO).
Warren C’nty Scene Os Mass
Boycott; Many Are Jailed
the school boycott here Tuesday in
formed The CAROLINIAN, via tel
ephone interview, that the boycott
was ninety percent effective. War
ren County has a 68 percent ma
jority of Negroes over white per
sons in this farming community
with a population of 19.725.
Robert Blows, Durham, aa
sistant to tha regional president
es the State's NAACP youth
chapters, said the beyestt could
tstt Indefinitely. It Is being
staged to preteet the peer con
dition es Warren County Negro
oeheels. It was re parted.
MAN OF MANY TALENTS Henry C. Mitchell, Goldsboro a man of many
talentt an newt etory on this pate confirmm. Mi. Mitchell, who has been bed-ridden for the past 14
years, it the brother of noted Raleith attorney Samuel S. Mitchell. ( See story).
In the interview, it was learned |
' that John R. Hawkins High School I
I here, with a normal enrollment of |
| Chapel Hill Fast Ends
I CHAPEL HILL Five per ion#,
two Negroes ami three whites,
ended their Holy Week fast Sun
day and the first mans anU-seg
regation demonstration fotloeed
[ since late February here.
I Protesting the town aldermen's
| failure to paee a public acootnmo
' da*4ons ordinance the five had
| 1.400, had less than 100 students In
classes, North Warren High, Wise.
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camped in front of the U. S. Poet
Os floe since Palm Sunday. They
slept in sleeping bags, drank only
water and used only umbrellas for
In an expression of sympathy, a
group of about 50 persons from
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BLASTED BY HIS OWN BROTHER Malcolm X. who
delected from the Black Muslims recently to form his own Black
Nationalist group, was severely criticised by his brother, PMbert
X, last week for severing connections with the Muslims. Malcolm
is shown addressing a Harlem rally last week, attended by 1.000
Negroes. <UPI PHOTO).
Brother Says He’s Traitor
BY LEI BLACKWELL
CHICAGO (ANP)-A high *%nk»
in* Black Muslim official from
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Fifteen Negro children wers
transported to and from Pullen
Park here Saturday to toko part in
a city-sponsored Easter egg hunt.
The Raleigh Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee chapter
sponsored this move.
A t whHe member es Uie
group! Mima Eranelne Netter. a
student at N. C. Stale, released
a statement here Friday on be
half of the group, objecting to
Implied endorsement of racial
segregation by the City of Ra
Jimmy Chambers, city recreation
director, claimed he bad not heard
of the protest He also emphasized
that all city recreation facilities
I hove been bi-racial since swimming
I pools were "mixed" last year.
Chambers added, however, that
: an egg hunt had been held at Cha
vis Park for at least IS years, "as
i a matt»r of custom.”
The total amount of children at
tending Saturday's hunt was 712.
both Negro and white.
Marvtn Peek of Bt Augustine's
College, is chairman of the local
student movement, which Is made
up of students from local colleges
and high schools.
BY MONKS ROUNTREE
GOLDSBORO —It was like any
other office at Mitchell Inforuia
tion Bureau. 601 Parker Street,
Gold;.boro Harry C Mitchell, the
proprietor, was on the phone and
motioned me to a chair,
The only thing unusual waa
that MitebeH waa flat on hta
back In bed. where he spends
most of his time A wall brace
> 16 inches above his bed held
the telephone. Mitchell had
the receiver propped against
ene ear and was writing at an
angle on a yellow legal tablet.
Back of the bad was a met* fl
ing cabinet. At the foot of tin bed
was a transistor radio and further
back a TV set An air conditioner
given Mitchell by the late Dr. R.
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Michigan came to Chicago last
week, took off his "kid gloves'' and
blasted controversial Malcolm X
as a “Judas,” ungrateful “hypro
crite" and virtual “traitor” to the
“Nation of Islam.”
Ironically, It was tha black
nationalist leader's owh brother,
Philbert X, who ripped Mal
colm for turning his bock on
his mentor. Elijah Muhammad,
and his thousands of former
Black Muslim brothers,
Philbert X, 40, minister of Mu
hammad's Mosques in Lansing,
Grand Rnpids and Flint. Michigan,
made his charges during a prusa
conference at the Shsbszz restau
rant. an elaborate Muaclm-owned
dining room on Chicago's South
Admitting Uul Ws brother
Malrelm Is “cunning and clev
er.” the soft-spoken father of
six said many “unaupectlng"
people will listen and follow
him However, Philbert X pre
dicted. the teachings of “The
Honorable Elijah Muhammad”
will prevail because "Mohsm
■tsd la the ene whe baa divine
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W EATH E It
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Temperature* wIU average two
to five decrees shove normal,
warming Thursday and Friday,
taming cooler again by the (trot ot
the smell. Scattered showers or oe
castonsl rsln Friday night or Sat
urday with precipitation totaling
one-quarter of an Ineh or leas.
BUT FROM THEM
Horton • Cash Store
The Remnant Shop
lire Hairs A Servlet
Mrrhanl', a Farmer* Bank
t Vi Vl inters A Co
Taylor lUdlo A Electrical Co
Raleigh runeral Homs
Arms Realty to
lames Banders Tito Co.
Mr Laurtn Parking Company
Hudson-lielk —Kurd's of Raleigh
Amburn Pontiac. Inc.
Branch Bmklna a Trnat Co.
K. a L. Auto Service
Thompson Cadillac-Oldsmoblle, Inc.
Rjleirh Loan A laving* Association
Weaver Bros. Rambler. Inc.
Wade's Auto gales
Thompson Cadlllac-Oldsrooklle. In-
Rrwls Motor Co.
Al Smith Bnlrk
Correll Coal Co.
BT STAFF WRITER
Two Wake County men met vio
lent deaths here Easter Sunday, one
by having his face blown off by
of a shotgun blast and the
other by having a butcher knife
plunged into his chest Sunday af
ternoon. The murders took place to
different sections of the countFf v '>.
Earnest lames Janet, Ik et '
Route 1. Willow Springs, was
jailed an a charge of tnarder
by Waks deputies In the aho4-
gun death of Curtis W. Winston,
alee et Willow Bprlnga.
A charge from
.'onw' home tore ■BHRP
into the face of Hu®
Mr Winston. jMmmk
.1 ami-s McCull- IjsjjKis? Wl®
ers 41. of Knight- ■KflB
dale was rhnrged BBTBMP
with the butcher 'jSBSmdBgF
knife killing of
Arthur Kay. 4F..
during an argu- m
ment Sunday as- McCULLERS
ternoon on a rural road In the Shot
well community. Ray died almoat
McCullera was only released from
prison one month ago after serving
rleven month* for the atabbing of
Miss Ethel Spence of Route 1, Wen
Mias Spence waa with Ray
when their antomoMle waa
flagged dewn by McCall er*
Sunday. He had hitched a ride
with two ether awn and they
| ware taking him to Mtoa
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DU. J \Mi > E. Cm—*..
Dr. Cheek To
Sunday, April 19th. will 1-e a
date long to be remembered at
First Baptist Church when the ef
forts toward a threefold goal will
close with the observance of An
nual Men's Day.
Plans call for one-thousand dol
lar* for Shaw University, •ine
thouaand dollars for Lott Cary
Foreign Mission, and writing off
the total indebtedneea of the
The gueet speaker will be Dr.
Jamee E. Cheek, president of
Music will be furnished bp tha
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B. E. Quinn Furniture Co.
Estates Building Co., Inc.
< i-ntral Drug
Acme laundry A Cleaners, lur
l-ondon OIL Co
I arolma Builders, tuc
Ridgeway's Opticians. Inc
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Htarktnllt Guest House
Security Meat Market
Terrace Insurance A Realty Cn.
Washington Terrace Apartments, Inc.
Southern Furniture, Inc.
Dunn's Esso Service
! I Jnroln Theatre
Carolina Power A Light Co.
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I Srhllta Beer
Hunt General Tire Co
Capital Hel OH ce A Coal Co
AaJetgh Seafood Co
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