Youthful Car Thief Comes To End Os Road;
Dies In Auto Crash Running From Police
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|ln trouble with lev enforcement
I for the pest four yean, finally
met hie nemesis here lest week
when a stolen car which he pi
loted careened into e concrete
poet. Jumped e median strip end
crashed head-on into another au
When the police cleared away
the debris, they found that Clar
ence had made rood his getaway
—he was dead. But in his death,
he caused the death of one per
son. serious injury to another, and
heartache to many others.
bays and fowr girls who brake
•at es Tenth Hail last May I.
by twisting the arm es a ma
tron an dnty and forcing her
to gtre np the keys He was in
Toufh Hall for ear theft. All
bat Clarence were later pick
Last week a rented Chevrolet
was stolen, and police spotted the
car when it ran a red light. In a
subsequent chase through city
streets. Clarence lost control of
the oar and met his death. Inno
cent victims of the crash were
Robert Haas, who was killed in
stantly. and his wife, Estelle, crit
Sued In Death
NEW ORLEANS (ANF)— Mrs.
Pntnuls Welch. 50-year-old Negro
woman currently serving six years
In the state penitentiary after
pleading guilty to manslaughter
and three counts of criminal abor
tion. was slapped with a 525.000
damage suit in Civil District court
here last week.
The suit, naming Mrs. Welch.
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Secretary Os Commerce Hodges
Will Address Insurance Ass’n
of Commerce Luther Hsrtwell
Hodges will address the 44th Annu
al Convention of the National
Insurance Association at a banquet
in the Sheraton Hotel. Philadelphia
on July 22. Hodges is a' former
governor of North Carolina
The convention of 400 Negro life
insurance executives will be in
session July 20 through July 23,
according to William A. Clement,
president of the Association, and
vice president of North Carolina
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Dur
ham, N C.
The delegates will examine
“Problems and Reaponalbllittaa
In a Changing Economic and
Serial Order," Clement laid,
umi Secretary Hodge* wsa in
vited to address the Convention
Successful Vacation Bible
School Held At Providence
The Vacation Bible School st the
Providence Holy Church of Ra
leigh. ws» held with the theme of
“How Great Thou Art” and the
singing of Prayer for Divine Guid
iance was offersd by Rev. James
Btysden, supervisor, ss scripture
was read by Bro. John Daniels.
The theme of the lessons wore:
"Everything Belongs to GodT
“Jesus Christ Is God s Son”; “Jesus
Christ is Savior and Lord”; “Heirs
With Christ the King”; and "How
Great Thou Art".
The total attendance for the
opening day was 89 children and
increased gradually each day.
Lectures were given by Mrs. Win
nie A. Williams each day. Her sub
jects were on the following; “Love".
“The Lord's Prayer" “Duty of
children to parents which was so
beautifully illustrated, and a
thought was taken from the 27th
An interesting discussion was
presented in the Boy's Youth Class,
teacher. John Daniels. During this
and her (wo accomplices, Isaac
Washington and Lionel Shelhney
er. waa brought by the parents oi
a 24-year-old abortion victim.
According to the brief, the
parent* sold their daughter
agreed to an abortion by Mrs.
Welsh and her accomplice* on
March 13. The girl died the
mute day because of "septic
Mrs. Welsh skipped town imme
diately and waa object of a na
tionwide search. She was found
in Ban Jose. Calif.. May 1, and
waa sentenced to the state peni
tentiary on June 18.
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DELTA “LINE" The* coed s «t vUiT Co//«*e were r«-
cently initiated into the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority by the way
ot the Alpha Mu Chapter at AStT Collett They ere. from left
to right: Miteee Barbara Beet. Hampton. Va.; Shirley Jacobt.
Wattm, and Barbara Bolton. Pittsburgh, Pa.
because government Is new di
rectly involved in the social
and economic aspects es what
ie termed the Negre Revolution.
Clement and Earl B. Dicker
son. president of Supremo Life
Insurance Co. of America, will
address the Convention on
Tuesday morning, July 31.
Dickerson, o lawyer, Is actlvo
in the Urban League and the
XAACP nationally. Clement It o
Chartered Life Underwriter,
highest professional designation
In the life insurance Industry.
The 44 yeer old trade group her
47 member companies, end appli
cations of three more will be acted
upon during the Convention. Al
though NIA is an instrument of
Negro insurance men. most of the
companies and individuals ere also
active participants in the major
period Miss Irene Wright, a student
at Saint Augustine's College, assist
ant supervisor, took charge of class
as questions were directed by her.
The discussion was centered around
“Doubtful Thomas” and the pur
pose of this discussion was to corre
late the preeent day skepticisms,
merely on the belief and faith in
Odd, as to Christians sfidestbr each
day sf our lives.
School, the assistant supervisor,
presided. Teachers were given in
structions for practicing tha stu
dents for the commencement exer
cise* which were scheduled for
Sunday, ltev. Mrs. Christine Dur
ham was mistress of ceremonies
for this occasion, held on Sunday
at the church. There was a fine dis
play of various talents. Including
group singing and speaking. Parents
and friends were present.
Those officiating and working
with the School were: Rev. James
Baysden, supervisor. Miss Irene E.
Wright, assistant supervisor, Miss
K. F. Terror, secretory and Clsri
ton Upchurch, reporter.
77m teachers were: Mrs. Gladys
McNeil. Z. Freeman. Josephins
Jones, Rev. Mrs. Christine Dur
ham and John Daniels.
The pastor. Rev. G. M. Williams
made remarks as to tha fine organi
sation of the school and the com
plete cooperation of all involvad.
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