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    Mw. PinWiy Cms Home To Hero's Welcome As
Americas Oldest City Gives It 'Black Eye’
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Vows To Kill Me«wgar Evers 9 Brother
Coach, Commissioner, Registrar:
3ArrestedAt
Eatery Here
Two of this city most outstand
ing residents, and another Raleigh
native, now living in Chicago, m,
were arrested at the Jim crow Ca
bana Motel Restaurant Saturday
right and charged with trespass
ing.
These arrested were Peter
Rines (Pete) Williams, head
reach at 1. W. Ligen School;
Mrs. Martha Williams Wheeler,
registrar at Shaw University,
whe la "Pete’*” slater; and At
torney James Young Carter,
Commissioner of Public Vehi
cles Licenses for the city of
Chicago- Mr. Carter Is the
grandson of the late Colonel
Janata R Young of Raleigh.
The manager of the Cabana Mo
tel, Willie Hall, was not available
for comment when The CAROLIN
IAN’S representative contacted the
establishment
According to police files, the
trio sought service at the mo
tors restaurant located at lit
8. Salisbury Street which has
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MISS T. LORRAINES CUMBO
. . .Women’s Dug orator
Miss Cumbo
Women’s Day
Orator Sun.
Mias Thelma Lorraine Cumbo,
guidance consultant with the
State Department of Public In
struction, will be the Women’s
Day speaker at St. Paul AME
Church here Sunday. April 12, at
the 11 a. m. worship services.
Mia Cumbo, who is much in
demand as a speaker, resides
at lIS Lincoln Court. She re
ceived her undergraduate de
gree at North Carolina College,
Durham, and her Ed. M. de
gree at Boston University. The
speaker completed two years
es further study at Harvard
University. Cambridge, Mass.
Some of the positions which she
has held are: Instructor. Bt. Aug
ustine's College: dean of students.
Allen University. Columbia, 8. C.;
acting counselor-educator. North
Carolina College. Durham: and
professor of guidance, N. C. Col-
A member of Raleigh’s First
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Rare Heart
Ailment Hite Four
In Same Family
DETROIT <ANP> Four young
ehildien uDtet and wrote s new set
of probabilities in established medi
cs! odds here recently by each
having a rare, identical heart de
fect
The feur are loyee. *; Donna.
»: and C harles. 4. all children
•f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis,
>rd their cousin. Karen Brown.
7. the only rhild of Mr. and Mrs.
Kir hard Brown.
All were suffering from a con
genital heart defect—known medi
cally as "patent ductus arteriosus"
up till now. medical circles had
established the probabilities of
such occurring as about one out of
every 5.000 births. These four eases
evidently were an exception to the
rule.
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Deadline Fo r Registration /# May 0. Get Your Xante On The Dookx Xotrl
an all-white serving policy.
Carter was also charged with dis
orderly conduct His SIOO bond fee
as an out-of-town resident was paid
by Mr. Williams.
All are scheduled to appear in
City Court to answer the charges
on Thursday, April 23.
Racist
Phones
C. Evers
LOS ANGELES (ANP)—Charles
Evers, who succeeded his slain bro
ther, Medgar, aa Mississippi NAA
CU field secretary, disclosed upon
arriving ,iere 'last week to attend
a freedom rally, that he had receiv
ed a telephone call threatening his
life before he left Jackson, Miss.
' Re told the seller warned
, toot he would he mnrdayed If $
? he eaeaa to Lee Angeles far the
Stora far Freedom rally at the
Sports Arena. An array es stars
from the entertainment world
donated their sendees for toe
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Di Or f anv ■ln vH® ownFll* aIT tR®
KAACP end ether eM! righto
OH PAW n
Charge Trio
In Murders
Os Two
One man has been sentenced for
a killing, in Goldboro’s Wayne Su
perior Court, whiis police arrested
another man and a woman in Lum
berton and charged them with mur
der.
Carey Joseph Powell. 21. of
Goldsboro, an airman at Sey
mour Johnson Air Fares Base,
near here, was sentenced to
serve from 4 to ( years In pris
on last Thursday, after plead
ing guilty to involuntary man
slaughter.
A California native, young Pow
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WEATHE R
mar
Temperatures for the next five
Say* through Monday will average
four to six aesrets below normal.
Cool first of period, warmer by
middle es period and continued
mild Utter port of period *«t
will bo rather tight. Thursday
through Monday, but heavy in the
Eastern pan of North Carolina to
day and Wednesday.
CAROLINIAN
ADVERTISERS
— BU* FROM THEM
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Horton’s Cosh Store
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Firestone Stores
Tire Sales A Service
Mechanics A Farmers Bank
Acceptance Mortgage Co.. Inc.
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Hndson-aclb—Cllrd's of Baieigh
John W. Winters * Co.
Hunt General Tire Co.
Dttnn’s Esso Service
lbe Capital Coca-Cola Hottllng Co.
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Raleigh Funeral Home
Arose Realty Co.
James ganders Tile Co.
McLanrtn Parking Company
Medtin-Davts
Hud son-Belk—Efird’- of Raleigh
AmOnm Pontiac. Inc.
Brunch Banking A Trust Co.
SSL Anto Service
Thomosoa CadiUsr -Oldssnobile lue
Raleigh Savings A Loan Association
Dixie Dry Cleaners A Laundry
Better Brake Shop of Raleigh
Harmon-BoHcy. tot
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Rawls Motor Co.
Thompson Cadillac-OSdsnsobfle. toe.
Weaver Bro* Rambler
Wade's Ante Sarvtc*
Public Service Co. ad W. C- toe.
THE CAROLINIAN
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North Carolina s Leading Weekly
VOL. 22, NO. 23
At Fayetteville Night Spot
WIFE SEES HUBBY MURBEREB
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GOVERNOR'S MOTHER SHOWN PRIOR TO ARREST Mrs. Malcolm ( Elizabeth)
Peabody, left, mother ot Massachusetts Governor Endicott Peabody, listens last week as a St.
Augustine, Florida case manager tells a group of Negro and white persons why they can’t drink
tea together in his. establishment. Mrs. Peabody was later arrested, posted bond and went home to
a hero's welcome. {UPI PHOTO).
St Aupstine Incident Ruins
Country’s Image Here, Abroad
Warren Boycott Still On
WARRENTON Although the
board of education of Warren
County he* threatened to take legal
action against parents of school-age
children if they are not sent back
to school this week, a mass meet
ing of Negroes Sunday decided to
continue Die boycott of the coun
ty’s schools until the “board of ed
ucation will ait down and talk."
The chairman of the Warren
County branch of the NAACP. Ern
est Turner, said about 500 persons
were in attendance at the meet.
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Colonial Stores
C. Rarl Utrhman
Raleigh Seafood Market
R. E (Jotan Furniture to.
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ASP Stores
The Carpet Center
London Oil Co
Estate BuUderv Co.
Taylor Radio 4 Electrical Cc
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Carolina Builders. I»<
Ridgeway's Opticians Inc.
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Carolina Power A IJebt Co
Light tier's Funeral Home
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Ambassador Theatre
Line* In Theatre
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Jahasow-Lambe Co.
Supreme Brake * Alignment Service
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North American Capital Carp
ot Raleigh
Roy’s Drive-la Cleaners
Akrsm's Cased Rant-All
Ring Co»e Motel
Cor rail Coal Ca.
Gem Match Shop
Rhod t'runsMa * t** I*”’ 1 *”’ *“*'
•teems Gmlf Service
RALEIGH, S. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964
, held at the Coley Springs Baptist
Church.
Turner rent totted. ‘The group
decided to eanttoue the bey-
I cett until we get satisfaction
to our quest far negotiations or
until tthe board will ait down
and talk with ns."
{ Ihe school boycott, which has
, been ninety percent effective, was
j called to protest the low standard
, of the county’a school*, the work
| of some school personnel, and seg
regation,
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NORTHERN COLLEGE STUDENTS ASSIST IN REGISTRATION—Shown are moat of
j the 36 students from northern colleges end universities, who participated in a voter registration
j proect here last week. John Love, an official of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, is
I shown in center, front. (See story).
BT AUOUBTINE. Pl*. <ANP>
—Once again another Southern
town has given Uncle Sam a black
eye throughout the world.
This tourist town, America’s
oldest city and a one-time citadel
of slavery, last week Joined Bir
mingham, Ala.. Albany. Ga , Jack
son, Miss., and Jacksonville. Fla.,
In providing fodder for the pro
paganda cannon of America s for
eign foes, particularly the Com
munists.
Bt. Augustine did it by arrest
ing a brave and Just woman, the
mother of one ot the nation's lead
ing public officials, simply for
Joining a group of Negro Ameri
cans In requesting service in the
restaurant of a motel.
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PRICE 15c
Shot Tears
[Man’s Arm
From Body
FAYETTEVILLE —An argument
' ever a half-pint of whiskey was
' given aa the motive in the death
of a 13-year-old eivilian employee
of nearby Port Bragg Monday at
5:30 p.m.
Being held in the Cumberland
County Jail without bond is John
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AN DEMON
Henry Anderson,
33, of 468 Wll
j liana SL Me was
charged with Ist
degree murder,
and hlleuMUy
-signed » Mate*
ment
the the
fired twtoe late
, the vtetim'e body.
MsNeU wee gunned down m
the perch of a night spot
known as too Sugar Shook, to
fell new of Me wtfe and SH
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36 College
Students Aid
Registration
BT CHARLES R. JONES
Thirty-six college students, re
presenting six Institutions of high
er learning, ended a week's visit to
Raleigh Saturday after helping
with the current voter registration
drive, spearheaded by the Raleigh
Citizens Aaeoclatlon.
Included In the group were two
Negro young ladles from Oberlln
College. Oberlln, Ohio.
Miss Marjorie Schreiber. spokes
man for the group, apoke highly of
the “Southern hospitality" ex
tended the students during their
stay.
Executive director of the YW
CA at Oberlln College, Miss
Schreiber stated:
“We have received wonderful
hospitality from the many per
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J. J. S&nsom, Jr.:
Banker Seeks
Seat In House
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J. J. SANSOM, JR.
, . • seeks House seat
Student At Ligon Wins /
Trip To United Nations
BT LABBT JL fTBOUD |
n* t. V4jMf» Jr.-Sr. High
SiNMiBI BOB# Government elim
ratoßtt participated tfi the Elgh
tsdfc Himual High flehso! World
PMMB ftndy and Spanking Pro
gram With tha assistance of their
tiaihsa Mbs S. M. Toargln Ml**
Faya Yvonne Baton, tha first-place
winner will taka a trip to the Uni
ted Nation* with other ftnt place
wlnnara In North Carolina
Tha altemata for tha trip could
ha «m of tha other winners by
rank. Miss Eaton will also be pre
sen tad Tha World Peace Gold Key
Prise, on Award’s Day.
Tha aocond-place winner was
Miss Barbara Wllllama; third place
winner. Miss Marion Bunch: and
the fourth place winner, Patrick
Bryant.
Each speech waa not leas than 0
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Local Pastor, Deacon
Quit Jim Crow Cliurch
The Rev. Dr. Roger Crook and
Garland Price, minister and chair
man of the deacon board, reapcc
ively, of the Mount Olivet Baptist
Church here resigned their positions
Sunday morning as the congre
galon refused to reverse a policy
barring Negroes from attending
services.
Dr. Cook, a member of the relig
ious department at Meredith Col
lege, called a meeting of the con
gregation, Sunday at 9:45 a. m.,
asking that everyone be allowed to
From Raleigh s Police Files:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
KDITOR'H NOTE: Each Inci
dent described below was ob
tained from the records and
files es tbs Raleigh Police De
portment through a day-to-day
check and each case la authen
tic. No personal opinion* aro
ever expressed In this colnmn.
Because of the vast number
es names obtained each week.
It is Impossible to interview
every person mentioned.
CURSED, BEATEN AT TRAFFIC
LIGHT
Lewis Kelly, of Rout# I, Garner,
came to tha station at Q:JI a. an.
Saturday and reported that ho had
stopped for a traffic light at tha
corner of Davie and Person Streets
when three men cursed him. Kell/
said he then got out of tha auto
mobile and toe non peoeeeded to
beat him up.
Kelly, who had hla wife with him
to the tone, aatd toe moo were
about « fooso of ago, hut «mM
giro no further indormotloo rogard*
J. J. Ransom. Jr, announced hie
candidacy for one of the three
seats in the State House of Repre
sentatives last Thursday night
during the regular meeting of the
Raleigh Cltlaene Association, bald
at the Chavis Heights Recreation
Center.
Promising to campaign vigor
ously for the office, the vloe-prea
ident and manager of the Me
chanics and Partners Bank here,
said:
“In offering far office, 1 am
convinced that anleaa someone
seeks and is elected to office to
speak for onr race we will net
be repeeeented by the majec-
Ity group, which la toe feed
with Its own problems.
“The first principle of democra
cy, its very root and foundation. Is
-epreaentation In preportion to
numbers. It is en essential part o*
’democracy that minorities shorn r,
be adequately represented. NO red.
democracy, nothing but a false
.show of democracy, la poaetble
without It.
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attend services at the church, but
the 200 member* present refuted to
reverse a stand they had taken in
the rummer of IMB.
Dr. Creek had pestered the
church since August es Wfl.
Immediately after he rendered
his resignation, Mr. Price, chair
man of the beard es descent,
also resigned and asked that
the church clerk stall hla
church letter to his heme.
During the recent Easter holi
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In* hit •ywllanU.
WOULD MMIUirfMC VICTIM
BEAIKM
Mini Carolyn Elnlno Jeffries.
17. of lot Setwell Arcane.
cum to headonarters at 4tM
p.m. Monday and told the dealt
Kft. that David Lee Taylor, of
117 E. Martin 8L hit her with
hit flat at the comer of Fay
etteville and Holman Street!.
She alrned a warrant afalaat
him for aaaanlt and battery.
Mha Jeffrloa la to ha remem
hered a* the aame perasa who
attempted aalclde on Eaater
Moaday aad waa rnahed to ttm
hospital by bar mother.
la her farewell note, ahe Mat
ad. "Mother Tm ao onhapyy
with David aad I anal rot rtf
of him. I coat go oa llvtn* is
Mila shall, naaaa targtoo am. 1
love yea."
H la heltoved that Stall Tay
lor waa the oao her nolo redao*
to.
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