FROM FtALEIGFTS POLICE FILES
THE CHIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
DAMAGE CHURCH WINDOWS
The Rev. Mrs. Nancy A. Port,
pastor of the Church of God, 1296
E. Edenton Street, informed Of
ficers R. N. Carroll and B. C. Nip
per at 7:42 a. m. Wednesday, that
some children were throwing
rocks at the street signs near the
church and hit two of the church’s
windows on the east side of the
building. The minister said she
did not know who the kids were.
Hie two window panes were
cracked and were valued at $5.00
WHITE BOYS THROW ROCK
AT LONE WOMAN
Mrs. Eleanor Flagg. 607 Cham
berlain Street (Oberlin), told of
ficers at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday,
that on Tuesday night as she was
walking alone on Bverette Avenue,
near Tower Street, she saw a car.
going weet on Everette with two
occupants, both white.
Mr* Flaggfurtber stated one
of the boys threw a cop at
her her. Inside the cup was a
rock. However, she was not
hit by the cup or the rock,
she reported. The ear then
sped away at an extremely
Ugh rate of speed, continuing
west on Everette.
The complainant said the car
was either a late model Mercury
or Oldemobile and medium red in
ANGRY MEN COME TO
Officers C. W. Jones and D. C.
Williams received a call to 552 E.
Davie Street at 9:28 p.m. Wednes
day .but when they arrived, no one
was at the address.
Later, the parties involved
eame to the station house to
sign warrants. Johnny Stew
art Bynun. of 914 S. East St.,
told the desk aft., that Gran
dy Harris, <lO S. Person St.,
beat him up with his hands
Harris readily admitted the
beating, but declared the reason
he attacked Byrum was because
"he pulled a knife on me.”
By rum signed a warrant a
gainst Harris, charging as
sault and battery and Harris
retaliated by charging Bynun
with assault with a deadly
weapon. Both men were car
ried to the Wake County Jail
and locked op on the above
TRANSISTOR RADIO STOLEN
Mrs. Mary Jane Love, of 215
Spence Street, told two cops at
8:01 am. Wednesday, that on
Tuesday afternoon, she discover
ed her transistor radio missing.
Mrs. Love stated die had left her
home far a few minutes and the
front door was unlocked. She de
scribed the radio as pocket size,
powder blue and a Fhileo model In
a Mack case. She valued It at $24.
MAN BEATEN IN ROBBERY
Clyde Williams. 38, of Ra
leigh, informed officers at 9:-
15 p.m. Wednesday, that two
men grabbed him at the cor
ner of E. Cabarrus and S.
Bloodworth Street* stuck a
knife to his left side, then
searched his pockets. Finding
nothing, the two would-be
robbers fled the scene.
The cops' report concluded:
"Williams was not able to give
ns any more Information as he
was about drunk at the time.”
ASSAULTED WITH AXE
Miss Queen Esther Henry,
1114 Pender Street, told Offi
cers B. R. Lee and B. G. Las
sister 3:15 a.m. Saturday, that
Paul Malloy struck her on the
arm with axe handle.
She signed a warrant and Mai
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Jail, charged with assault with a
CHARGES MATE WITH
Mrs. Leonia Johnson. 8 Dare
Terrace, came to the police sta
tion at 11:00 a.m. Saturday and
signed a domestic warrant against
her husband, Roosevelt Johnson,
The warrant is now on file and
Johnson will face Judge Mason
Thomas in Domestic Relations
"BEAT ME UP AT STATON’S
Miss Glendale Blue, 793 E.
Hargett Street, eame to the
station house at 1:99 * m.
Saturday and signed a war
rant against Frederick Ben
ton. claiming, "He beat me up
at Btaton's Case.” located at
319 8. East Street.
Benton resides at 582 E. Cabar
WOULD NT TELL COPS
Uewyn Bridges, 1200 block of
Hightower Street was taken to
Wake Memorial Hospital at 3:01
p.m. Friday for treatment of a
lacerated scalp. He was released
from the hospital, but refused to
tell officers how he came by his
GRAND? HARRIS MAKES NEWS
Grmndy Harris, SIS S. Person
Street, informed Officer C. G.
Smith st 9:54 p. m. Thursday,
that sometime between W: p. m.
Wednesday sad 9: * m. Thurs
day, someone took s brick sod
damaged the windshield wiper
on the right side of his 1958
whHe Plymouth Fury. The lid
on his trunk was also scratched.
Harris said he suspected, but
eeuld not prove, teat Daniel
Ross. 906 Mark Street did the
damage, which Harris estimated
to be about 95-
SAYS HUBBY TRIED TO KILL
Mrs. Esther Thompson, 35, of 1204
Walnut Street, informed two cops
at 8:15 a. m. Thursday, that her
husband, James Edward Thompson,
29, was trying to kill her.
The officers went through the
building and entrance on the
oast side. Suddenly s man came
into tee building with a butcher
knife In his hand and ran a
rottnd Officer G. W. Williams,
then headed for Mrs. Thomp
son. He was ordered to drop
the knife, but refused to do so
until Officer E. D. Whitley
drew s pistol on him.
Thompson was then hauled off
to Wake County Jail, charged with
assault with a deadly weapon, and
placed under a SSOO bond.
CLAIMS TWO MEN BEAT HIM UP
Edward Johnson. 27, of 46$ W.
Lenoir Street, told Officer Al
fred L. Grtsby st 16:36 p. m.
Friday he was in The Pstemar
Club, 264 W. South Street when
two unidentified men eame In
and “Jumped on me and beat
me up, teen they cut mo mi the
left side of my neek.“
Johnson refused to go to the
hospital for treatment. Wiley
Hardy operates The Pslamar.
GOOD SAMARITAN HIT IN FACE
Mrs. Dorothy King, 32, 514 E.
Hargett Street, stated at 12:53 a. m.
Saturday, she was trying to break
up a fight and was struck in the
face. She did not know who hit
The incident took place at the
corner of E. Davie and S. East Sts.
SEES MAN WITH HIS STOLEN
George Lee William*, of #O4 Mark
Street, came to the Detective Bureau
at 10: p. m. Thursday and stated
on this day between 9: a. m. and
12:30 p. m., someone entered hit
house by prying a padlock off hia
front door, entering and stealing
a white clock radio, valued at $32.
The hungry thief also went into
Williams’ refrigetator and ate some
Mr. Williams said he was on Lee
Street between Bloodworth snd
East about 12:40 p. m. Thursday
and he saw John Fletcher in this
block trying to aell a radio. How
ever. this was before Williams
knew his was missing.
However. Williams approach
ed Fletcher and aaked ts that
waa his I Williams’) radio aad
Fletcher replied ia the negative.
The complainant then went to
work and returned later to
find kb home had been entered
again and tee radio was re
turned. minus tee glass front
and tee turning knob*
Williams signed a warrant against
Fletcher, of 522 1-3 K. Martin St,
charging breaking, entering and
larceny and receiving.
GIRLS’ BIKE REPORTED STOLEN
Mrs. Betty Chrisp, 903 S. Hay
wood Street told the desk sgt at
headquarters at 3:10 p m. Thursday,
sometime during the previous night
someone stole a 26” girl’s bicycle
from in front of her home. The
green bicycle had the serial num
ber of 2490, and was valued at $25
BUYS 2 ITEMS, STEALS ONE
Larry Zievernick, owner of Lar
ry's Grocery, 318 W. Lenoir Street,
told Officer T. T. Street Jr., at 6:
p. m. Thursday. James Ray, 410 1-2
Cannon Street came into his store
and purchased two article*
The complainant said he stopped
Ray on the outside of the store,
opened his bag and found a can of
beef tripe, valued at 55 cent* inside.
After Zievernick signed a war
rant for larceny, the denfendant
was booked at Wake County Jail.
TAKES PARTS FROM AUTO
Willie Cannady. of Route 1. Box
366, Raleigh, informed Officer P. A.
Dean at 2:49 p m. Thursday, that
he parked his car on the Norte side
of D A S Motor Company's park
ing lot after having motor trouble
When he returned to his car a
week later, he found parts had
been stolen from the power steer
ing system and his carburetor was
Damage to the blue and white
1958 DeSoto was set at S4O.
WOMAN SEEN WEARING
Miss Betty Ann Robertson, 19, of
925 E. Lane Street, told two cops
at 6:11 p. m. Wednesday, that some
one stole her wrist watch from a
table in her living room. She added,
she saw Miss Hattie Cotten. 20,
wearing the watch in Peebles' Case,
corner of Blount and Martin Streets.
The complainant said Miss Cotten
told her teat her sister. Miss Chrit
tine Cotten, had given the watch to
Misa Robertson then proceed
ed to the police station to sign
a larceny warrant, but was
told she did not have enough
The Barnett watch with a
gold band was valued at 936.
Misa Alma Wilder, of 412
Alston Street, reported that
Bridges. Sam Holloway. Bart
Street, and Rooeevelt Harts
field. 201 D«dd Street, were
on the Iporch of her home,
trying to aell a pistol prior to
the time Bridges was hurt.
Miss Wilder declared she did
not see Bridges get hurt.
BEAUTY SHOP BREAK-IN
Mr*. Ethel Kearney told Offi
cers Norman Artis and James E.
(Bobby) Daye at 7:44 a.m. Friday,
someone had broken Into her
beauty shop Thursday night. The
business was entered when the
culprit removed the window on
the east side of the building, lo
cated at 303 W. South St.
The following items were re
ported missing: cigarettes, cigars,
snuff, chewing gum, hair nets,
rollers and five or six dollars in
currency, which was taken from
the cash register.
A red baseball cap wee found at
the scene lof the crime, but the
but the window removed to gain
entry had not been found at
CAROLINIAN press time.
AMERICAN LEGION HOME
Mias Nellie McClain toM offi
cers at 10:38 am. Friday, that
when she went to open up the A
merlcan Legion Home, 416 E. Ca
barrus Street, she found that
someone had broken the glass in
the front window on the east side.
The oops also found a window
pane broken out on the north side
and entry U believed to have been
gained in this manner.
Mlse McClain Mated she
eeuld not tell bow much mon
ey was taken from two soft
drink machines. The person
who entered the Home ent
himself on glass In the window
as blood was on th* draperies
and wall at the establishment.
The curtate from the front
door waa taken, possibly to
absorb the Mood.
VANDALISM AT CROSBY
Edward Hunter, 606 Wynn St.,
Informed Officers John Baker,
Sr., and Alfred Orlgeby at 8:50 p.
m. Friday, he saw three teenagers,
14-16 yean of age, go over the
fence and break out several win
dow panes on the southwest side
of Craoby-Oarfield Elementary
School. E. Lenoir Street. He stat
ed he could recognise one of the
boys if he saw him again. Officers
Baker and Orlgsby found nine
windows with broken pane* and
estimated damage at SSO.
MAM BEATEN. ROBBED
John A. Marks. 56. of 1014 Mark
Street, told Officers W. O. Arnold
and R.” O. Woodruff at 13:30 a.
m. Saturday, that while he was
walking home, he waa “jumped
from behind.” beaten about the
bead and hia wallet and keys were
stolen. He said two men did this.
The assault-robbery took place
in front of 1000 Mark Street
Mr. Marks described one of hi*
assailant as being six feet tall,
weighing 190 pounds and being
about 40 yeans old. The other man
was S’. 10". weighed about 180
pounds, about 40 yean old and
wore a light, tan suit.
Dennis Rand, who ttvea at 1000
Mark Street, reported hearing the
men outside of his home, but said
be could not identify either man
SAYS MAN. PURSE LEFT AT
Mias Lillie Mousson, S 3, of 1451
Sawyer's Lane, reported at 1:35 p.
m. Saturday, her pocketbook was
stolen while she was visiting her
sister at 301 Fowle Street. The
complainant stated she placed it
on a dresser in the front room,
went out of the room to the kit
chen, came straight beck and dis
covered her purse was missing.
She added that Jack Nesmith,
of 1451 Sawyer s Lane, was also
present. However, both Nesmith
and her pocketbook were gone
when she returned, stated Miss
The only other persons in the
house were her sister, Mrs. Doris
Bunche, and Mr* Bunche s chil
dren. The black purse contained
sl3 in currency and change.
BEATEN WITH STICK FOR NO
Sun Price. 62, of 214 E. Cabar
rus Street, informed two officers
at 2:28 p.m. Saturday, that he was
assaulted with a stick by John
Morgan. 712 Shaw Court for no
aparent reason at the latter ad
The cops were unable to get
further Idetails of the incident
“due to the fact that Sun Price
had been drinking heavily and was
very uncooperative.’’ He was
treated at Wake Memorial Hos
pital for laoerations of the scalp
and lower Up.
STRUCK IN MOUTH WITH
Harry Booker, 721 8. Saunders
Street, came to police headquar
ters at 11:45 p.m. Saturday and
signed a warrant against Richard
Taylor, address unknown, for as
sault and battery, stating. “He hit
me In my mouth with his fists.”
ACCUSES WOMAN OF
“TATTLING”. BEATS HEB
Mrs. Josephine EUzabeth Aus
tin. 30. of 12 Lincoln Terrace told
Officers R. L. Forrest and J. R.
Murry at 8:10 p. m. Saturday
Phillip Bell. 13 Mecklenburg Ter
race, had accused her of saying
something about his wife that he
The woman said die toM
Bell she had not said anything
about Mr* Bell, but Bell im
mediately hit her w Ith his
fist* The force of the blow
made her fall down, striking
her head on an end table.
Mrs. Austin signed a warrant
against Bell for assault and
battery and he was Jailed. She
waa treated at Wake Memorial
Hospital for a laceration over
her left eye.
CLAIMS WOMAN STOLE SKIRT
George Vallls, who operates the
Ladles and Tots Outlet Store at
546 E. Davie Street, told Officers
Baker and GrigSby at 4:40 p. m.
Saturday, that a dark skinned
woman came into the store and
stole a blue seersucker skirt, val
ued at 33. Then she ran east on
Davie and into the 600 Block. Val
ue declared. He added he would
know her if he saw her again.
MAN STABBED AND ROBBED
A nurse on duty at Wake Me
morial Hospital told police at 1:10
a.m. Sunday that Fred Miller, 32,
of the Bloodworth Street YMCA
was out there.
When the officers arrived, Mil
ler stated he was walking oo
Bloodworth Street near Person,
when someone attacked him from
, behind with a knife, took his wal
’ let. containing S3O and ran.
The only description Miller
i could give of his assailant was
, that he was tall and wore dark
clothing. He was treated far a
stab wound in the back.
James Bartholemew, of Raleigh,
told officers at 9:22 a.m. Sunday
he came to take the money out of
. the washing machines at the
i Speedy Wash, 319 Tarboro Road,
i and found that the coin boxes
, had been taken. He said he had
checked the place Saturday and
found everything all right The
officers looked around the build
ing, but were unable to looate the
ooin boxes. Damage to the ma
chines was set at SSO. The amount
of money taken was unknown.
WOMAN SAYS MAN
Mrs. Magnolia White. 44. of 403
Montague Lane, told Officers Nor
man Artis and W. E. Manning at
10:17 a.m. Sunday. John Morgan.
64, hit her about the face and
head with his hands and fists
Mrs. White signed a warrant,
charging Morgan with assault and
battery and he waa jailed. The
fight occurred at Ml Cannletor
PREGNANT WOMAN REPORTS
Mr*. Louise Blackman, 36.
of 11 Lincoln Terrace, came to
headquarters at 3:84 p. m.
Sunday and said that about
12:48 p. m. this data Charles
(Pltakl Adcock came to her
apartment and aaked for mon
ey to buy some whiskey. She
mated she refused him and be
threatened to hit her and left.
Adcock Uvea at 2 Asha Ter
A few minutes later, the com
plainant stated, she again saw Ad
cock as she was returning from a
neighbor’s apartment. He stopped
her and again threatened to beat
her. Two men were coming by and
made "Plink" leave the woman a
Mrs. Blackman, who it eight
months nrecuant. stoned a
warrant against Adeaek far
assault snd battery, adding
~I am afraid of him.” He waa
placed in Wake County Jail.
BOY. 11. ASSAULTED WITH
Mrs. Oladys Walton. 319 Love’s
Lane, mother of an 11-roar-old
boy. told police at 9:15 pm.’Sun
day. her son waa assaulted with a
rifle by a 10-year-old boy. who
Uvea at 225 8. Bloodworth Street.
She signed a petition against
the child and his mother. Mrs.
Minnie Williams, was notified of
the petition. The boy will be tried
In Domestic Relations Court.
STEALS WATCH WHILE MAN.
WIFE AT WORK
Henry Hunter, 303) N Hay-
TWO YEARS OLD NOW Utth Mm Janie* Henry,
daughter ot Sgt and Mn. David Hanry oi 412 Watson Street, cel
ebrated her second birthday on Sunday, July 5, as eha waa the
gueet oi honor at a email birthday party, held at her home. Janice
received many nice end us eful gilta.
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TO OBSERVE ANNIVER
SARY Shown above are Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haß. Jr. of
22 Lincoln Ter., wha will cel
ebrate their first wedding anni
versary on Sunday. July !*■
They will take a trip to Newark.
N. J. and the Bronx, New York
aeon. They both agree that
“this has been ene es ear most
happy rears.” Mr. Hall to popu
larly known so laodar of the
”Senestlenot" Evening FI ve
wood Street, interned Officers
Joseph Winters and T. T. Street.
Jr., at 10:57 am. Monday, that he
left home about 6:30 am. and re
turned at 10:30 to find someone
had entered his borne, pried open
a metal box which was locked and
"made off” with a gold-plated
watch, valued at 850.
Hunter said his wife. Mrs. Msr •
geret Hunter, was at home untU
8:30 am., then she left for work.
He contacted her and she ted
him the box waa in tact when she
left the house.
TABLE MODEL RADIO OONE
Miss Lilly Mae Johnson. Sill 8
East Street, ted polioe officers a t
3:39 pm Monday, that someene
entered her boom about 10:00 a.
m. and stole her table model ra
dio. valued at BMJB. Stating the
person entered her house byway
of the bask door, tha complainant
said she had no Idea who the thief
could have bossv
HUBBY JAILED AS
Mrs. Lortae Puhrood. 1506 Cross
Street, reported at 8:06 p. m
Monday, that her husband. Leroy
Fulwood. slapped her in the face
for no reason. She signed a w se
ra nt and her mate was arreoted
for assault and battery.
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CLINTON NEWS |
BY H. ML JOHNSON
CALLED TO CLINTON
CLINTON —Mn. Mads C. Bop*
kins of New Haven. Conn., was
oaUed lo Clinton last week to at
tend the funeral ot bar father.
Mr. John Albert Cooper.
Mn. Meade Cousin and chil
dren were in town last week to at
tend the funeral of her brothsr
in law, Mr. Taft Sampson.
Rev. Jamas A. Moors returned
to his horns ban after going to
Newark, M. J.. to attend the grad
uation lof his grandson, Robert
Mr. Howard loaman Is back at
his hems on Warsaw Rd.. after
going to Bay Shore, L. X„ New
York to attend the funeral at his
Mrs. Wilbert Faison and sons
aooornpanted her husband back to
New York, where they plan to
mend tbs summer.
Mr. and Mrs. William Under
wood merit the 4th of July holi
days here with their family.
Mr* Beasts Sampson of NOw
York City is visiting her sister.
Mr* Oeorgie Mattel*
Mr. Richard Taft Sampson died
Saturday morning, June 37, at
Duke Hospital, Durham.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, June 80, at, 4 n m.. at
First Baptist Church with the
Reverend J. L. White, officiating.
Surviving are one daughter.
Mr* Ins Ross Melvin of Newark.
N. J.; two grand-daughters, one
brother, Mr. Hardy Sampson, of
FlsaaantviUe, New Jersey, on*
uncle and three aunt*
Mr. John Albert Cooper died at
his home Thursday morning, Ju
Funeral sendees were conduct
ed Sunday, July 8. at First Bap
tist Church, with tee Rev. 4. L.
Surviving are his wife, Mr* Roes
Oooper of the home; one son, Or
mis, of tee horns; ong daughter.
Mr* Mates C. Boykin, Itew Haven.
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