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EATING OUT OF HIS HAND New York .Tyrone Copeland, 4, fias Patrolman Kenneth
Km/mm eating mat of hie hand on a peaceful Sunday morning in Harlem July 26th. Tyrone (of
388 Lenox Avenue) shares his potato sticks with the policeman, who relaxee during a quiet tour
wi duty m riat-tor&Harle*. (UPI P.HOTO). f ■ ', ' ,
ChawbtteMAACP Hears
DC’s C. Mitchell Sunday
CHARLOTTE The Charlotte
Br- 'ch of the National Asociation
for the Advancement of Colored
People will present CJlarehce Mit
From Raleigh's Police Files:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
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"FINGERS" WOMAN IN „ .
POCKETBOOK THEFT
Mrs. Nancy Scott McLeod, of,
Route A Raleigh, told Officers S
W Adcock and Jimmy Pierce at
11:25 p. m. Saturday, she left her
pocketbook in a car in front of 216
W. South Street, containing 116.
and when she returned, she found.
it missing. *
Mrs. McLeod ■ “fingered" Miss
Margie Davis, sf Ml l-i E. Har
gett Street, .as the person , who
stele the 1 pocketbook and the
money.
Bbe signed s warrant against
dto woman, charging larceny.
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AKTHVR ASHE . Jr., 21-yu er-old Richmond, V* tenrWa afar says he would Kko to win the
at Wimbledon, England. (See story).
chell, NAACP Washington Bureau
Director. Sunday evening, August
9. 1964, at 8 p.m. at the SC Paul
Baptist Church.
KNOCKS HOLE IN WIPE'S HEAD
Mrs. Delores Watson M, of
, 1M Seswell Avenue, told police
/officers st l£g a. m. Sunday,
that her htisbsnd. Eddie Wat
son. 21. some address, hit her
on the head with a bottle, some
where between Chip’s Drlve-ln.
on Downtown Boulevard, and
treated for "a hole in the head"
st Wake Memorial Hospital.
Officers L. Godwin and R. L.
Johnson cited both to court after
charging them with engaging in an
affray.
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Mr Mitchell was commended at
the Annual Convention of the NA.
A'CP for his “non-ending devotion
and untiring service" which lgd to
the passage of the historic oivil
rights bill. The masterful and su
perb legislative strategist gained
the distinction of leading lobbyist'
of this age. '*
Mitchell was the mam who
buttonholed Congressmen after
other lobbyists could get no
where with them. ■* Is th*
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WEATHER
Temperatures W the flvU.day
period, Thursday through Monday,
will avsrsg* one to three degrees
Mop normal In the western sec
tion to around two to three de
grees below’ normal to the eastern
section. The normal high and low
temperatures for the period are:
hiclt, S7 degrees sad low, d7 de
trees. Cooler weather trtll follow
Friday and Saturday with mow
ers occurring Saturday and Sun
day nlth about one inch of rain
fall except for three-nnarters of
an Inch or less to the western sec
tion.
Asks Aid In KKK Terror
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VOL. 22. NO. 40 RALEKW, N. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1964
Death Inquest Fri.
Seeks Local,
Federal Aid
In Halifax
ENFIELD—A North Carolina civ
il tights official, charging that a
July SO attempt to burn down an
Enfield Negro grocery store la “but
the latest incident in mounting Ku
Klux Klan terrorism in Halifax
County.” has asked for Federal and
State protection for Negroes in tola
-norlheaiU.ni black-belt county. He
reported Monday afternoon, how
ever, in an exclusive CAROLINIAN
interview that there were no an
swers to his pleas,
John R. Salter. Jr., Raleigh,
field secretary for the Seathem
Conference Educational Fend
(BCEF), said Rut shortly before
midnight em July N, a largo
amount of haraaena eras thrown
an the aide of the grocery Store
and ignited. The fire was ex
tin gala bed before extensive
damage had been done to the
store which belooga to Curtis
Pittman of Enfield, ikliar aald
that Nagre residents to the are*.
ssr-“Ufi%ra«
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broke eat. *
He also stated that “several large
Texaco fuel storage tanks sit about
It ‘yards from the store and, hod
the fire gone on muijh longer, it
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Farrington’s
Upset Wife
Loses Baby
HOUSTON kpl> Fans and
friends of the late John “Bo M
Farrington. Chicago Bears foot
ball star, were further saddened
here laat week—toon it was leom
ed that
months.
school teacher. wmCM^totfsiight|
at the tragic nnrafflelU|c
cldent which ttflkJfr luUmlmL
life, that she loft. hen >t»TO 9
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PAGEANT Pretty Miss Dor
ohty entry in the "Miss Universe” Pageant, held
last week, was named one otf he IS semi-
VjtfcA L/sA'' content last Tuesday. The 1 k-year
mm first Ms4 rr > ever to place in the semi-finals. The
BrAiSf'|||9>’fi| ,:g ffTli Greece,” A/im Kiriakt Tsopei, of Athens.
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Douguid told him. “You ain't
got no ponto horn nod you
know It."
An argument ensued. Smith con
tinued, and MeDougald ordered
him out. However, instead of leav
ing, Smith picked up an iron pipe,
one and one-half feet long and
bent the cleaning plant owner to
death.
About thto Ume, The Rot.
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Al Smith Butch '
Pawls Motor Co.
Wade's Auto Isles .
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colonial dtoroa
U. E. Quinn Para Mara
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Shades Furniture
James Bandars TIU Co.
Estates Builders Co.
PAGg Id
Carolina Bunders Cory
aid gsway's Optician. Inc
Pep,l-Cols Porttlng Co. of BaJalfh
PAGg It
Vatina Builders dapple
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Lincoln Theatre '
P'.GE M
Johnson, l-nm be
PAOC Id
McLood. Watoau sad Lanelr
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Royal Crown BoWltog Co.
Goodman's ,
Bonn's taan drretea
Kins cat* Hotel
PRICE ISc
Pedestrian
Warned, But
Hit By Car
Wake County Comorer Marshall
W. Bennett Informed The CARO
LINIAN Wednesday of this week
that an Inquest Into the death of
an M>-year-old man. killed when
struck by an automobile early Sun
day. will be held Friday st S p.m.
In the Commls'lnners' Room of the
Wake County Courthouse.
Oscar Evans, of OM W. Booth
Street, whe hud been to Wahe
Memorial Hospital far treat
ment aft bead wound, and was
walking back when ■‘ruck, was
dead on arrival when his body
arrived beck there.
Mr. Evans was struck by s car
driven by George Rufus Hinton.
t1 ( of 111 §. Boopdmry
Hinton told police sffleers that
he pulled nut to pern another
eer end did art am Evens un
til It was too late to avuM hit
ting Mm. . ,
Patrolmen D. C. Brinson »nd J
A. Ferry stated they ssw Mr. Evoke
at New Been Avenue, near Ktog
Charles .Bead about ton r "*" u ‘'*
before the fetal accident, which oc
curred at M:80 am.
He was toportedly warned 1? the
M pa Sien that It wee dangerous to
walk to the street
Two witnesses told pollee Mr.
Evans was walking near the eentor
of the street when hit.
CORE Head
Inks Pad,
Then Balks
NEW YORK. N. Y.-Following a
top civil rights leadership confer
ence here on July JBth, CORE Na
tional Director James Parmer join
ed with four other leaders In sign
ing a statement “strongly opposing
looting, vandalism or any type of
criminal activities" but declinsd to
join them In signing s statement
urging " s broad curtailment. If not
total moratorium of mass demon
utrstions until after Election Day."
The four ether signers were
the Rev. Martin Luther King.
Jr., es M IX'. Rey Wllklna of
NAACP. Whitney Yeung es Ur
ban League and A. Philip Ran
dolph es NALC. John Lewie es
BNCC declined to sign either
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CULPRITS DESECRATE CEMETERY E. N. Nipper,
supt. of Raleigh’s cemeteries, reported to Oftkere T. T, Street, Jr„
and Jeetph Winters at 10:36*# m. Monday, that eomatUna be
tween late Saturday and early Monday, someone pushed asm 31
gravestones in- Mount Hope Cemetery, a Negro facility. Savmal
of the storm were broken in the deeacration by vandals. The a
mount oi damage to the broken storm was not determined at
CAROLINIAN press time. The back side of the cemetery, which
border* on the lily-white Caraleigh section ol the city, ia wheat
the damate was dona
Lab Tests
Awaited In. .
Identities I
JACKSON. Miss Three bod
ies, believed to be those a t the
civil rights workers, missing slnot
June 31. were discovered Tueedmj
night at a dam site near Phila
delphia. Mias, where the trto wai
last seen alive.
The chief es the FBI iu tMs
Mississippi capitol. Bap Moan,
declared his agency "la fairly
certain" these bodtoe are UtoM
es the missing aides, but add*
ed. positive Idmrtfflcatton Mi-
Mi be made until laboratory
linlg Aiqi made.
The men, who disappeared sis
weeks ago. are: James Bari Chan
ey. 31. a Negro, of nearby Meri
den, Miss.: Andrew Goodman. 30
and Henry Bchwemer, 34. both
white New Yorkers. Their burned
out station wagon was found on a *
lonley road the day followlni
their disappearance.
When informed at the dis
coveries, Mississippi Governor
Paul B. Johnson stated, "If
these are the bodtoe es the 3
for several weeks, the tuvee
tlgatlve forces es the state es
Misalsatppi win exert every' ef
fort to apprehend these iHw
may have been responsible Mr
their death* "
The FBI told Oovernor JohitSM
the bodies were found on a farm
southwest of Philadelphia, near
the Neschoba Fairgrounds.
All throe workers were In PhiI
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Blackmon,
Top Singer,
Visits Home
BY CHARLES R. JONES
An lntemattonally-knowß sing
er. whose native home Is Ralston.
Is paying the etty a visit this wash.
He performed "The Lord la My
kfe and My Salvation" at Fjrst
Baptist Chutoh. here Bundw and
was warmly received. "
Henry BUckmon, Jr- a us#-
duet of Crosby-Garfield Ele
mentary and Washington High
Reboots, who pu rested further
studies at both Shaw and
Howard I’nivsrsittos . has Br
ed abroad In Europe far the
past seven yours as a profes
sions! singer. He ruetoss with
a Dutch family In The Bagno.
Holland.
An accomplished and » fl "i jt n*<
baM-baritone, Mr. Blaktaon bar
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