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    THE CABOLINIAN
KALEtOH. N. C.. SATURDAY, JULY IS. 1964
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"What Is A World's Fair?
6a Wadnaaday, April **,l*64 tha New York 1964.1905 World’*
Pair presented t* th# world th* largest and moot eomprahanalv#
sheweaa* of human aecompllahmanta *var brought together In
• alngle area.
„ Jtalra are many thing* to many people. To moot, they are fun. The
HdSbtrlallat, the farmer, the engineer and th* electrician, th* aelen.
tm and th* artiet have product* on display, Th* reouuranta, th*
aldo*r-th* dancing and th* gaiety are all part of a giant Inter,
national ehaw deolgned to plea** everyone.
Robert Moo*a. preaidant of the Now York IM4-196S World’*
Pelr. dooarlboo th* Pair fondly and decisively a* Olympic Gam**,
When* the pooploo of tha world aond aver their beat product#,
jgeloqttflo development#, art and eultOro for open examination and
aoaßpttltloa In much th* earn* way aa athlete* are cent to compete
In tha many and varied event* of an Olympic aehedul*.
A World’* Pair muat be a folnlng of all people* of all nation*,
without protocol, atflpad trouaara and portfolio. An Induatry, a
atat* or a nation almply aand* tha boat R haa ta offer and aubmlta
It for publi* Information, Intereat and approval.
Pair* eon b* traced back In hlatory to th* Phoenician* and
JMyoad. And. there are many kind* of fair*, auch aa county, trade,
Industrial. cattle, art and church fair*. Nam* It and there’* a
JRJr to aaeammadate It
Canaldlne, famed eorreapondent who narrated Film for
Now York World’# Fair, aummed up th* expoaltlon thl* way:
«Tho Pair will ahow ua th* Image of ouraelvee."
"This la what you are . . . the** are your art# and aklrla,
your Induatry, your gain*, your wealth and greatneaa, your
hope* and dream#.’’
"That w* depend on on* another, people unto people, nation
unto nation, and reeolv* that on thie plot of land will be born
anew a great idea: that thl* underatandlng will com* through
people aa earth.”
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COPS ARRESTED
AS 300 STAGE
A RACE RIOT
(CONTINUED FROM PAOC nNE)
<a*re ere Mid lo have been con
tinued for one week
Joseph Wiggins. 28-year-old.
white man. was tried on two counts
—public dmnknesa and displaying
a firearm He was given a 12-month
road sentence, which was suspend
ed on condition that he pey a SSO
fine court cost* and stay away from
th* piece for at least two years
The Incident is ssid to have not
been due to the failure of th# Ne
groes lo get service in the piece be
cause members of both have been
Served on an Integrated basis for
rome tima. The trouble is aeid to
have sterted when a white man Is
allaged to have hurled derogatory
epithets tt a Negro Inside the place
Hia remark* are said to have in
furiated the Nfgro and he i* said
to have retaliated.
The owner, E. L People*, la said
to i>.vt. aguscd t: ouT’C or.d put
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SWIM IN ATTEMPT—St. Au jus tine: About 35 Negro in
tegrationiats attempted a swim-in at St. Augustine beach hare
again June 24. Theye were turned back at the water’s edge by a
everyone out. Once the more than
800 people were outaide a tree-tor
all ensued Knives, sticks, brick#
and many weapons of woe were
brought into play Attending offic
ers finally had to use tear gaa to
quell the mob: after *n alleged one
hour end a half of fighting Only
one is believed te have been aer
ously injured end this is believed
to have been inflicted by police,
who allege that Durham resisted
arrest
nabTwo men
TRYING TO
BURN CHURCH
(CONTINUED FROM PAQ» ONE)
iel* and Highway Patrolman N
E. Merritt stepped from around a
corner oft he church. One of the
officers fired a ahot tntc the
ground and the youth ran to the
waiting ca.i and roared off. How--
ever. both officers had gotten a
food look at both and the car’s
Ucen*e number.
They were arrested about half
an hour later m Rocky Mount po
ltc' sighted the car at a truck
-If-). South of Rocky Mount on
U. S 301.
A teenage group of Negroes and
whltea were *ent here from Pitts
burgh, Pa., but were geared away
when Jonea warned them. "I can
not be responsible for your safety
If you don't leave town" They
left the next day.
LBJ PICKS
DUNCAN FOR
SECOND TERM
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
of success In quitting the furor
one Washington newapaper recog
nised Duncan * dilemma thusly:
"As the city * flint Negro Com
mUMtoner he ha*, certainly, occu
pied a mail difficult poaltlon In
dealing with a Congress that
leave* both It* House Dtatrtet
Committee and Senate Appropria
tion* subcommittee for the Dls
trict in the custody of blatant seg
regationist*
"But In hi* second term, with
hi* reputation for quiet and re
sponsible conservatism establish
ed. Mr. Duncan will perhaps be
able to respond more actively to
this city's aching need for lead
erahlp particularly In the social
services. ”
HOMETOWN
HERO GIVEN
FINAL RITES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
At the interment In HlUcreat
Cemetery, where some DO cars as
sembled. the very cloud* seemed
to be saying, "Farewell Willie." a*
a soft, even misty, shower fell
when the minister began Intoning
those eternal words, containing
the phrase. "Ashes to ashes." etc.
Survivors, other than White's
mother, are: five sisters: Mrs. Ad-
Sna Keith. Mrs Elisabeth Jonas.
d Mis* V. M White of the home
Miss Sarnestlne Whits. Mrs Ella
M. Cobb of New York; three
brothers: Mr. Herman White. Mr
Billy A. White and Mr. Frank
White, of New York; 6 neice*. 8
nephews and a host of relatives
and friends.
RALEIGH NATIVE
SCORES A FIRST
IN WASHINGTON
(CONTINUED FROM FADE ONS)
ness League; member of the Po
lice Boys' Club; D. C. Chamber of
Commerce; and the Clttaens Trif
flc Board.
He graduated frem Howetl
University with a beeheler'a
In 1847. and obtained an IX-
B. degree at North Carolina
College. Durham-
A member of the Omega Psi
phi Fraternity, he served 46 moa
overseas during World War n and
emerged with three Battle Stars
and a Bronsc Star. A member of
It Oeorges Episcopal Church of
Washington, he and his wife. Mrs.
Onye Mae Plummer, reside at IMS
Michigan Avenue. Northesat In
the nation's Capital City
NIX GOLDWATER
AND DAN MOORE
(CONTINUED FROM FAQ a 1)
supporters of the state have serv
ed notice that they will not sup
port Ooldwatcr and many of then
are said to be ready to join a na
tional organisation, now !n the
making as indicated by Jack}#
Robinson, to be known as "Re
publicans for Johnsop." Fisa*
JUve been und*r cons’.dfraUori for
sum* time and this is bdlidvMl I®
carfy the death knell for Oold
water among the few remaining
Negro Republican*. If and when
the organisation is formed it U
certain to find many supporter#
in North Carolina.
The state supporters of such an
organisation and many of the na
tionals do not Intend to take a
walk from the OOP, but view thia
as a warning to Lily-white Ism and
Ooldwatertsm.
This political unrest has cross
ed party lines due to the fact that
tt Is alleged the State Democratic
Party has not levened the politi
cal loaf and the fact that they
cannot support the Dan Moore
phlloeeophy. A Durham political
leader told The CAROLINIAN
that both parties had been un
faithful to the Negro and Novem
ber offered a fine opportunity for
the Negro to repudiate bigotry
and prejudice on both aides of tha
fence
The arrest and jailing of
Dr. R. A. Hawkins, Charlotte
dentlat. militant loader and
political mogul, added lnault
to injury thia week. This ha
rangue i* dubbed by Hawkins
aa a political boomerang* due
to hi* support of L. Richard
son Pyercr.
The picture in the state add* up
pretty nearly to that of the ni
tlonal to punish the culprit* and
reward the genuine. However, the
gubernatorial race In North Caro
lina presents an awkard picture.
There are those who say that pe
can Oavin is s replica of Demo
| crat Moore. There are others wbf
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group of about 50 white segregationists. Police form between the
two sides which they lined up. The Negroes said a short prayer
and left the beach. (UPI PHOTO).
say that Oavin la the leaser of the
two evil#- There is no doubt that
the Negro voter la going to look at
all candidate! and as of now is
not in any camp. It k>6k* like men
and measures.
COURT ALLOWS
RIGHTS ACTION
AT N. Y. FAIR
(CONTINUED FROM FAOk 1)
to the restraints of the U- A- Con
stitution, against Interfering with
freedom of speech, evgn though
the Pair is a private corporation
at this time.
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Do you Sad you can eat v kb
it your budget at tki World’*
'sir?
THE ANSWE
Jui/ Suther. Columbia, Mias.
Taschar. “Oh
certainly! All
yiu hAv# to do
I* shop around.
You know thert
is a delightful
Chinas* restau
rant in th* A
muaament area,
whir* you can
gdt a wko 1 a
meal tor ninaty
nine cent*—lt’s tarridc’.’’
Mrs. Malcolm Wernander,
Baldwin, N. Y.
"yes. The Pan
American Grill
really offered
something spe
cial. Steak with
raw salad,
coffee, apple pie,
all for f 1.95, and
honestly, It was
more than my
two children and
nt >« jj|
myself could eat. It was simply
wonderful!”
Jjieph Guinan, Sunnyside. N.
Y. Taxi Driver. Yes. now. but
not on the first
day of the
World's Fair. I
have made sev
eral visits here
and now I find
the prices are
quite compare,
ble. Say, the
Missouri snack
bar la the finest
—a n d coffee'*
IB
wonderful. I also went to the N.
Y. State Pavilion, what a meal
for 45 cent* to 85 cent*, it'* un
beatable.
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