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HUMAN BLOCKADE AT CONVENTION HALL New
Jersey State PsmWjNmn at Convention Hell, Atlantic City,
ettm sotting op e wStaSs4ttgchade to hasp members at the Mis
eUppi Ftetdbta from the early Tuesday night
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Crime
Beat
WOMAN SAYS BfAN
ATEMPTED RAPE
Ida Ttap bcmtm Cottas, 31. of
IMI Walnut Street, came to po-
Sae headquarters at till«« teit
urdgy and reported that Donald
to rape her.
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Bher WILSON
Charles McCullough.
W 8. Saunders -Street,
She took her to headquarters.
Was Coatee added she did not
want to m to the hospital because
Wilson dM not complete the act
apd peMtisled her only sUchtty.
.She tod. however. sign a war
rant chairing him with assault on
twisro^^rho^gtandi
WIFR BEATEN BY
OTHER WOMAN’
JjtnJjUrr Byrd. ar 31( 8.
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hilSiitTSlfc, StM one
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sSa atstad to enter, W« Pulley
aSepedty tan outside and frit her
wtta Oaht bottle. foOowtag up
with a flat Mew to MM. horde
slows aeti
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UN ALLY SEATED A group ot Negro os alt In the seats
o# tha Mississippi regular delegation as the second session at the
Contention got underway. At teat count Tueedmy night, 29 JVe
groee had taken seats In the Mississippi section. (C/P/ PHOTO).
Negroes Os Mississippi
Put Other Delegates And
Convention To Rough Test
EDITOft’S NOTE: Only
tten of the legates l jto^Mto
Pctegajtan tsjhjtokasl
ed by auSdeSbCemmdt
at-larpemate tegetethepm
dominantly Negro Dnden
Drmsantir Party. Bather
the amjertty es OM BBsstostopi
DeiegaUon walked eat es the
Convention. The body was ted
er Eugene (BnDl Conner, fam
ous fsr hie tactics in Jackson,
the State's capital etty. against
Negara drmsnstratan^Tweaty-
BT J. ft HABBSN
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.—The
Boardwalk of this national play
ground city was a mixture of fun
and mirth, politics of all grades
with peons of Dixie Mingling their
voices with smartiet donkey-party
lead era and being sought after and
interviewed by the Nation's major
news media -radio. TV, and hun
dreds es news publication every
day.
The writer welted rito Cam
once of cjartmtajs. MhJ»alppr«
es dm Miaukuippi Itaedam Deem
crane ratjr wmes ■ wtuing nara
tor tbs privflsps of being neared
tomTihgJ g Z j£m aTuto
eeeeion. The banner displayed it self-explanatory. In the center
of the photo ie Dr. Aaron Henry, chairman at the party, and
Mn. Fame Lou Hamer, who testified loot Saturday an condi
tions in the State (UP/ PHOTO).
M solaced and tear whites,
claim to be toe delegation which
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(CUNIUUK* OH Vi OS »
"MIES GOSPEL QUEEN OP 1964" CROWNED Noted
goepel oinger, Slater Roeetta Tharpe, ie pictured at right placing
the arreted croam upon the head ot Mr*. Elisabeth Crump, el 20S
Camden Street, Raleigh Mr*. Crump won an all-expense paid
trip lor two te the World s Pah, Flushing Meadow, N. Y., and a
complete wardrobe, turnshed by a leading woman’s shop here. She
eoM the meat ticket* in the campaign which culminated in the
crowning at Releigtfe tint "Mice Goepel QueetC at the Releio l
Memorial Auditorium Sunday, August 23. attended by several
thousand parsons and featuring many ot the leading goepel sing
ing groups at the nation. Mrs. Crump plane to leave here Friday
lor thejtaa YorkWcatde Peat. Sha defeated tire other conteef-
rOB STUDENTS
The CABOUNIAN is eon
rinding tie three-week public
ity naiapalgn hi which
bar is being presented In erdar
te at feet speedier registrattsn
at the J. wTUgan Junior Sen
ior High School on Thursday,
September t. This week, the
names etf serenth , endrighth
SI TEAM SERVICE
■sleigh runeval Heats, ls>
eated at SM S. Cabarrus St.,
is sbssrring Ms Mth aanlrsr
sary this moath and Is featur
ed In a siz-ptge tribute this
wash la To
hgw 11 through tt.
Cabbie Rapes Passenger
The Carolinian!
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VOL. tu NO. « RALRIGH. N. C, SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1964 PRIC*IS«
After 30 Years A t Shaw; 1
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Dr. Harris Resigns
+ 4 + + x + + %-•
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Terror On Bus
Judge Tries
‘Queen City’
was on Me first day aa a bwe
driver, ns heps ere: James
Bynum, it: Herman WoeTlfi
Thomas Oriy, Its end Nosiy
The women an the dtp Coach
Company bos shielded the driver
with their bodies end eubseauent
hr threw* the hoys off the mm.
(counwcgD on paps s
Sepians In
Va And NC
4-1 For LB J
MDHMOMD, Va. (MR) k
water ament Negro voters la Vir
ginia and north Carolina Indtcat
ea that at least tern eat ot every
tire Negro voters wtß east their
ballots rar Lyndon ft Johnson If
he is nominated for Harident at
the Democratic National conten
tion. ft Is already eoooodod a
mong Mg-wlgs la the party that
he win be the party's candidate.
As for Barry Ooidwater. be
would never be steeled If he bed
to depend an Sm vote ot Virginia
Negroes. And this seems .to be juto
about as feetuel for tS» entire
country as far ee Negro votsn
are eon sera id. Negro voters la
staVm's;
Snot wtth him In fals belief that
states ought to handle etvU
to matters. They have had
that for 100 years
In Virginia, many votsn an
saying tt Ooidwater Is elected the
leowsmle trend will be from Oold
wator to bread and water. Mean
while, the higher ups In the Dam
to—Ho (toftf (|| fehd fltsis i|f OT
gantattig to pst out the vote tor
Mmml •
Seme Vhwtols eschews have
sene OOP far twe pmddenttal
Ssritows JtacfstoM nd
to the state’s largest etty am
wvrtosg hard to prevent this
treat happening in Nevsmbee.
Negro voters In Virginia have a
stiff fight agetnat the Byrd ma
chism. but men dissatisfied white
voters an Joining them every day
to on effort to rid the state of the
W K AT FT K F<
ItaHtemtemsterJheflvs dm^wted.
SpeVmhMMriow' aonneSuiome norm
al hipi end lew temperetwree are,
■eleidi oTmt to. Met much change
m naspemSurae Wtoadjtowto.
PcWcb wg be gmersny IlgM. averag-
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Divorcee Is
Victim Os
Taxi Driver
cmpAOO - Charles
-arsfSSfi
wrmS-fMtm w*» Mpemheger
lalSwab. *y '
HeSn. a eab drivtotor tore
SSyttofSefjS
ssi^fSnfix
Moves
was fewnd in the esb.
The victim, a M-year-old dtvor
eee, said shs boarded Newton's
cab at the Shwaten-Blaeketone
hotel for a trip to her home. On
the way. Am said he drove Into an
alley, climbed |w 4» the beak seat
and raped her.
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Laurinburg
Native New
Frat Head
DENVER, Colorado - Oeorgs ft
Mcares, Probation Officer, Supreme
Court. State of New York. Kings
County, was unanimously slusted
Grand Basileus, Omega N Phi
Prntornlty, at the tom Conclave,
Cosmopolitan Hotel, hers Tuesday.
Mr. Means b s nettoe of
Laurinburg. N. G, and e gra
dual of toe public schools as
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88, MBUSff ft HABSBS -'W
Takes Post
As Prof. At
Fayetteville
Dr. Nehott Herbert Rente, Sr.
of MS Now Ban Avenue, to re
signing Us peettleo at Shaw Uni
versity after thirty yeanefearw
lee, to teka e pmiltlnn at Vaywtea
vflls State.
Daring tote parted at atom.
Or. Harris has served op head
of the INvtecasf tltototi,
and heed of the ftiiimiS
Burma at the oatoaitoer. He
served m tutorial pristlinl tor
erne teat, ants Dr. Jtotoe. ft
Cheeky JMM^Shew^gtelli.
When Harris earns te 4hsy. <he
mmaenmeasma ;
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