h MKm j
Be Dean (Pat) White. 19-year
ali tow>letter oporto star at the
John W. Lie on Jr.-Sr. Hifh
School here, to (till hospitalised
and “hi* condition ha* not im
proved,” his physician told The
CAROLINIAN early Wednesday
moraine. White, who entered
Wake Memorial Hospital Son
day, May SI, after attending
Baccalaureate services at the
school, received his high school
diploma in the hospital from
Principal H. E. Brown, on Fri
day, Jane S. A resident of Chav
is Heights, White was labeled
"the boot all-round athlete ever
to attend the school” by coach
Peter H. Williams. He Is best
known for his prowess as a
quarterback on the football
field. He Is shown In above pho
to preparing to throw one of his
Os S. B. I.
Walter F. Anderson, Director,
State Bureau of Investigation
spoke to the Boys and Girls at
tending the American Legion Boys’
and Girls' State meeting at Shaw
Univentty, Tuesday, June 16.
Mr. Anderson stated that the 8.
B. L came into being in 1938. Dur
-m the flcal year 1,276 officers in
jaw raforaemspt have noehred
tw painting ant the various
fusitiins of stir, county, and
state In Otis Mnh, he named
•qNUb > «7stoMM 1 b
MHILte tented. % below Jfc
nsnnmil gransps irr crime. The
dlffertoce In our arime rate, is re
flected In our young people. In
North Carolina the rate of crime
committed by youth Is lower tat
proportion to the sise of the cities.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE X)
DETROIT (ANP>—The alleged
claim by a young Detroit minister
that he possesses “special know
ledge and power” to furnish win
ing numbers to numbers players
may earn him a total of 85 years
in prison and $17,000 in fines.
That was the situation fac
ing the Bov. James L. Lofton,
Jr., 31, after he waa indicted
by a U. 8. Grand Jury here last
week an 17 counts of frond by
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iii iii niwar^j
W E A T H E R
Temperatures Tliantijr through
Monday will tTnift mar normal.
Rainfall will he around ana inch la
the mountains, with lasaer amounts
ilK«htrr. tom* normal hlfk ul
low temperatures aro: Asheville,
M and <1; Charlotte and Baleigh.
M and IS; Colombia, K and id;
Charleston. M and Id. Tempera
tures latter part of week: tarn lac
somewhat cooler about Sunday
Perrlpatation occurring mainly an
Friday and Saturday In form of
gathered showers or thundershow
ers. beginning In mountains by
From Raleigh’s Police Files:
the: crime beat
BY CHARLES R. JONES
BOY M. SAYS GRL COT HIM
Claude Edward Plttwtan. Id
of 521 E. Eden ten Street. In
formed Officers Bobby B. Coals
and J. E. Pierce at ld-JS p. m.
Monday. Uut a teenage girl cut
him near 2M 1-2 Selwyn Alley.
TBs boy would nut fire the
rugs say mart information and
refused to press charges against
Young Pittman wag treated at
■Take Memorial Hospital tor cola
in hid nock and cheat.
KATE WIPE. ECUS HEB AWAY
v Mrs. Grace W. Winston. M, a t
MU flamer Bead, told Offhand
B. C. TTtppn and O. C. Pratt at
Claims Assault Occurred At Charts Park:
I WAS RAPED, SAYS GIRL, 17
A 17-year-old Raleigh girl told
polioe officers at 13:02 am. Fri
day, that she was raped and gave
the name of the boy who was re
sponsible for the crime.
Mias Teresa Ann Smith.
1205 8. East Street, reported
to Officers B. C. Nipper and
O. C. Pratt that she and her
boyfriend, Michael Montague,
of 1235 New Bern Avenue, had
been to a baseball game at
Chavis Park, left the game and
went on the campus of the
John W. Ligon Junior-Senior
Miss Smith stated Montague
left her at the school, and added
that she started to walk home.
“1 was on my way’ through
Chavis Parte,” said the girl, “when
a colored boy around 20 or 21
years of age, jumped out of some
bushes and grabbed me." She told
the oops the person's name was
The vie tint said ah* tried to
eontinuo going homo, but this
subject grabbed her about the
noae and struck her on the
nooe and in the mouth several
Miss Smith said the attacker
then knocked her on the ground
and raped her, adding that she
fought him and bit him on his
As two men approached on the
sidewalk, her attacker jumped up
and ran, she declared.
The girl stated she would
know the boy if she sow him
She was examined by a physi
cian at Wake Memorial Hospital,
who refused to give information
as to whether she was sexually
smoulted, adding it was a matter
of medteal ethics. UPUd not deny
the sUs wit took place, however.
All efforts to contact Miss Smith
sad her relatives have proven
No arrest had been made at
In cooperation with the Nation
al Board of TMCA’s, the Blood
worth Street YMCA will conduct a
Young Adult Piddle Opinion Poll
far the Raleigh area.
Some of the questions asked
hi the questionnaire may be
found Id this issue of the CA
ROLINIAN. Interested young
people may secure o copy at
the YMCA office. 680 8. Blood
worth Street, or receive one
tiuwagh the mafl by calling
TE 2-1255. When completed,
all copies should be left at the
“Y” office for tabulation.
For the past three national elec
tions, “Y” Voter-Code projects
have been held for young Ameri
cans. Theoe projects were develop
ed to promote more effective po
litical participation in the elec
tion. Each project has been enthu
siastically endorsed by the Presi
dent of the United States and
other leading figures across the
The bade objectives of the '
“Y” Voter-Cade are to help
young eitisens (1) learn bow
our political system operates
(2) register to vote, (2) under
stand the Issues. <«) know the
candidates; (5) got an Inform
ed vote, (5) follow-up the elec
Some of the questions on the
Are yon registered to vote? Do
you know the qualifications for
voter registration? Do you know
where and when you can register?
Do you consider yourself a Re
fcoNTmogp ms pass *>
and atartod heating bar with Ma
kanda sad flats.
Mrs. Winston said her apouaa
also ran bar ant ad the ham a
and waaM not lot her bask In.
Officers arrested Winston for as
sault and battery on a warrant
signed by Mr». Winston.
TWO CLAIM TOOTH ATTACKED
Luther Hines. 731 E. Lenoir St,
and Miss Barbara Mclwer. Id. 21d
Loo Street came to the station at
10:49 p. m. Monday and rapo»ad a
14-year-old boy committed an as
sault on them at Chnvta Park with
a hawk bill knife.
Both signed petitions and the hoy
was arrested and charged with as
sault with a deadly weapon.
(CONTINUED OrTIPAGE S)
100-Yr.-Qld Local Patient
Receives Letter From LBJ
VOL. 22, NO. 33
PASTOR IS SENTENCED
+++++ + ‘ + ♦
Davidson Is Shot Twice
15 Years In
GASTONIA—A 38-year-old lo
cal pastor, the Rev. Leroy Worth,
eras sentenced to 15 years tat prison
Friday after he changed his ides
pom inooent to first dqgrse mur
der to gutty of second degree
The darts was banded htelorm
in Goston County Superior Court
here in the pistol slaying of off
duty policeman, J. F. Woolfolk,
40. also a Negro. T)m sentencing
followed almost five days of testi
The nw-t took place on
March 27. Rev. Worth testified
he fatally shot the officer when
he (WooUoik) started strang
Worth s married man. testified
Thursday that he had gone to
the Woolfolk home on the day of
the slaying in an effort to enlist
the aid of Mrs. Woolfolk to con
vince her husband that ho wee
not having an affair with her.
He was pastor of Epoworth
Methodist Church where both
Woolfolk and his wife, Merce
des, wen members and offi
He told of several occasion*
when he said the policeman had
accused him of “going with” his
wife, and declared Woolfolk had
threatened to kill him when he
caught up with him.
When the Rev. Mr. Worth
arrived, the cep was not ot
homo and tha minister asked
to speck to Mrs. Woolfolk.
However, before he eeuM toft
to her, he stated, her husband
entered the beam and de
manded to know what he was
The minister ssM Woolfolk
advanced toward Mm and at
tempted to strangle Mm with
his right arm.
Worth stated when he felt his
wind being cut off, he pulled a
.32 calibre pistol from his pocket
and fired, killing the officer in
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AT THE END OF A SUCCESSFUL TRAIL 77ns k a
scene ci a teetimomal banquet, given in honor of Dr rand Mrs. W.
O. Carrington, in the dining room ci Firat A.M.E. Zion Church,
Brooklyn, N. Y., tor twanty-eight yean of aarvica to that congre
gation. Dr. Carrington waa rated aa one of the 10 beat preacher s in
America tor hie book, " Carry A Little Honey”. Shown at the ta
ble, left to right, Mre. Dorothy Welle, Biehop W. J. Waite, eenior
prelate, AM.E. Zion Church, who hae preaided over the Firet
Church for a number of yean and waa a etudant of Dr. Carring
ton’e at Hood Theological Seminary, Livingetone Cottage, Salie
bury; Dr. Aaron Brown, member of the New York Board of Edu
cation and Project Director, Pheipe-Stokee Fund, who eerved ae
toaetmaater, and Dr. and Mm. Carrington.
North Carolina s Leading Weekly
RALEIGH, N. C„ SATURDAY, JUNE 20. 1964
im I ~m '
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*'Kx< *f * ■' '
REVS. KING, ABERNATHY IN JAIL AGAIN The
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., seated, and hie chief lieutenant
end “perennial jail mate,’' the Rev Ralph D. Abernathy, back
ground, ere shown in St. John’s Jail, St. Augustins, Florida last
Thursday, shortly after their arrest on trespassing charges. Dr.
King, there to head mass protest against racial segregation, went
to several northern states to receive honorary college degrees, after
posting S9OB bond. Both were arrestee while making a sit-in at
tempt at a motel restaurant there. (UPI PHOTO).
Baptist Choir Members In
Community Relations Fete
In keeping with Raleigh Mayor
James W. (Jim) Reid’s request for
a successful Community Relations
Week, the members of the Plrst
Baptist Church’s senior choir, were
guests of the choir at PuUen Me
morial Baptist Church, Hillsboro
Street, postered by the Rer. W. W.
Pinal tor. Ml— Geraldine Cate is
minister of music and Mrs. Grace
Gr *Ssmbs«e r ** ni * t Beeltofa
ebetr shielding were: Mrs. E.
M M. Kelly, minister of asmle
at the WBmtegten St ebareh;
Mrs. Addle Harris. Mm. Lout—
One Os "Ten Best
BROOKLYN, New York—Bish
ops, General Officers, members
and friends who hare been poster
ed by Dr William Orlando Car
rington, soon to retire, gathered
New Oe Job
BY STAFF WRITER
Rules Clarence Davidson, well
known ohuroh and business leader
Mgs dm* shot twice and robbed ot
Davidson, who Hvoa at
711 Manly Street, told Officers
ft. C. Covington and ft. LJtann
at 9:48 pan. Saturday, that ho
drove his car around his home
end stopped ot his book door,
got out of the vehicle and was
approached by a small yaftth,
about 17 yours of age, wearing
a dark shirt and trousers, end
who demanded his money. Mr.
Davidson had about lie In
change In a small brown paper
bog when bo got out of the
“I thought the boy wss joking
at first,” stated the restaurateur
jeweler, but just then the youth
shot twice in rapid succession near
Davidson’s feet end demanded the
Mr. Davidson then threw the
money bag to the boy. who ran
west, from the car, after leaving
several fingerprint* on Its hood,
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'" j I
wtks fIU HI
E. CLARENCE DAVIDSON
Shaw. Mrs. Mary B. Sapp, Mrs.
Mae Bredle, Mrs. P. J. Mitchell.
Mrs. Baby Perry. Themes Mar
row, Franklin Band and Klalaw
Patterson, Misses Martha Te
hran sad Marjorie WltllaaM,
representing the Meeely-Jenee
Chair of the ebareh.
Mrs. Kelly played the anthem.
"Mozart s 12th Mass” and Mias Wil
liams sang. "Lord Make Ms An
Instrument of Thy Peace,” by Dun
Both Mayor Reid and David S.
Coltrane. chairman of the North
Carolina Good Neighbor Council,
spoke at thia service.
in the dining room and out into
1 the annex of Pint A.M.E. Zion
Church. Tompkins Avenue and
(coamwoßD on pmm i)
Preadent Sends Sincere
Wishes To Miss T. Tucker
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A REASON TO BE PRQtJD—Miee Tilth Tucker, 100-year
Old lUflJlVr •WnBHfV, II WMf ll gfi fW WfmVLflnf ME frmSV JUPIUHT
riel Hospital Tumdey ci this week. Mist Tucker, who received e
letter ftom President Lyndon Bern* Johmeon recently, htg norm
applied lor social security old ago beneHtc or welfare atg, hod h
believed to be the only person ot her age in tide state who nee Hav
er received any type of assistance. (See story).
There Is a tody on the second
floor of Wake Memorial Hospital,
who is the “sweetheart” of the hos
pital administration and the staff.
Several nurses were bustling
about getting her "prettied up” fpr
an Interview and photograph as
representatives of The CAROLIN
IAN called at Room 2 E-U Tues
day afternoon of this week.
She is Miss TUlle Tucker, who
observed her 100th birthday on De
cember 24. 1903.
Asked what she attributed her
longevity to, the alert centenarian
replied. “Being obedient to my par
ents." She does not woar glasses,
hears well and speaks Intelligent
The next thing Mis* Tucker said
as this writer took notes was, "1
have a letter from the President. I
want you to read It and all my
other mall." She had quite a stack
of letters, but was most Impreamd
by the one, written on White House
stationery, signed by President
Lyndon B. Johnson, and addressed
to Mill Tucker.
The President's letter stated:
“Dear Miss Tucker
“I have just learned that you.
a centenarian, are hospitalized and
that you have been successful over
the years In your efforts to be eelf
sustaining without recourse of so
Bin FROM THEM
Horton • Cash Star* I
iso Muraiek’s Promotion
Hobby’s Supply Co., lac.
Torraru Insoraacs snd ksalty cs.
G. S. Tucker and Brothers, me 1
Com Watch Shop
Taylor Ratio sad Electrical Ca.
Taylor Shoo Center
John W. Winters sad Co. |
Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Csatral Drug Rtora
PAGE d I
dames Saadsrs Tils Co. I
Arm* lUalty Co. I
Baleigh Funeral Horn* I1
Pspat-Cola BotUlng Co. I
Jos— Jones Sausage 11
Hlltmors Hills I
MrLaurln Parking Ca. I
Modi In-Da via I
Dial* Dry-CMaasr* Laundry <
Better Brake Shop of Baleigh, lac.
Am born Pontiac I
Branch Bonking and Trodt Co.
Hodson-Belb-eflrds of Baletgb
Raleigh Savings and Loan Ass's
PAGE 7 I
Weaver Bro*. Sampler l
AI Smith Batch
BY CHARLES ft JONES
ctel security or old-age benefits.
You have my admiration for your
gallant and prideful efforts as well
as my sincera hopa for auceamful
surgery and an early recovery.
“Please be assured that your
Government stands reedy to aid its
senior citizens through existing
tows and that I shall continue to
press for Increased help through
such program* as medicare.
LYNDON ft JOHNSON"
There ware other get-well earda
and letters sddressed to Mias Tuck
er and signed “with leva," many of
thorn were from the prominent
Worth family, associated with Old
ham-Worth Builders, Inc. for
whom Miss Tucker worked many
She formerly Hoed alone In s
“aback” on Highway 15-A and war
reportedly found there onc day bj
Willie Worth at the building firm
Mr. Worth to said to have oats
toctod William F. Andrew*, admin
istrator of Wake Memorial, and re
quested kefo for the elderly wom
an, who was “too proud” to ask
Andrews toM this writer that
ho ssntestsd the Wake Oowstp
Welfare Deportment and Mtos
Tucker was admitted totitehao
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Bawls Meter CO.
Thompson CadUlat-OldamobU*. Inc.
Washington Terrace Ante, Me.
LmstSsd Ur—cry sad Traaaf—
C. Ksrl Llchtmcn
B. g. Quinn Furniture
A. and F.
estates Builders Ca.
Tire Seles and tonic*
Carolina Build—a Cora.
Rldgoway’s OpUctaa. Mac.
Pepsi-Cels BotUtng Co. as Raleigh
Sanders Mai— Co.
Heldmeld Mod— Cn, hM.
Carolina Power am* Ught Cm
Security Meat Market
M—haales and Farmers Bank
Bob's Drtvs-In Clean—s
Car Cto Motor*
Apex Cleaning Co.
WHaon-FerraD Farntln gas
Capital Ftratad ApsNMica Cn, Baa.
Plow—-Scott AppHane* Cn.
Jews Jon— Sanaayo
Down's Bass Service