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A GRIM REMINDER Demonstrators from the Congress Os ftaetaf Equality, lktm.io a
Speech ftjr the Rer. Dr. Martin Luthm King, Jr., in front of Contention Hall Imt week. The three
placards carry the Kkeneeeee of Michael Schwamer, James Chaney and Andrew Goodman, three
ofvtf righte workere who were murdered in Mhaieaippi during the eummer. (UPI PHOTO).
‘Faith Heafer’ Plays Trick
On A Concord ‘Root Doctor'
mounting pat deuced bf pap*
a! dine ivßn Buff end A. Shnw un*
til^swwkend,
lift. MeNUI. also a Hmf.
MM Apprtfcendad In ColqmMa
a Jew days later and report
edly had HM on bar powo
at this time. However, she de
nted the larceny ehargo and
claimed the had acquired the
money- throngh the oate at
Captain J. K. Moore of the local
L P. Logan Joining Wife
After 50 Years In City
A man who has oomo to be
known to many Raleigh and area
resident* as a "landmark” of aorta
after working here for 50 contlnu
oua yean, retired Saturday and
left Wednesday of this week to
loin his wife and "start a new life"
n Norwalk. Conn.
LesttwftireeU Logan, 73. of 1103
K. Davie Street, retired from the
•econd Job he has held In the half*
tentury since be came to Raleigh,
for twenty yean, be bad served
is a drug clerk and photographer
U Hamlin’s Drug Btore, 100 block
sf B. Hargett Sheet, first under
the late pharmacist. V. C. Hamlin,
Sr., then his widow, Mrs. Amelia
w*inHTi and her son, V. C. Hamlin,
Jr.
At Ms esHrsnsnt last Satur
day. Mr. Logan was deesrfood
fey one es Ms eurernt employ
ers. J. M. JSM*a.jSyn«y.
mmTwMUm! high
est ealtbn. who wffl aet fee
earn to replace." Johnson la
associated with Clarence C
Coleman la the greieat apora
tion es the drag store.
Mr. Logan came to this dtp In
1915 with Intentions of entering
From Raleigh's Police Files
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
holds victim as
MATE BEATS HER
Mlm LueUa Dona, 47. of HO
Bpencr Street, told Offlecr James
K. < Bobby > Deye at 0:12 am. Sun
day. that Mrs. Lou Hinton. M. and
her husband. Horace (Bud) Bln*
ton, both of the above address. ae
eaul rtat*d she
and^MmJtt«touhad^bemar»
MBs Dunn was treated at Wata
Memorial Hospital lor her wounds
and informed Officer Days Mm
would come to police hsadquar
iSgirebSji
84 Hr&PASrZeZ
gSJugst&iAgfJ?
eam. tjttr NSfe. wife at the
“root deeter." stated the wo
man had eome to On Mere
kotoste eolleet *IM owed her.
Shd aetd Mre. MeHlal. a aetf
■tyfed faith healer. MraUftod
tatlve, eeUinr articles*t^rellir-
The mffoTSSo said, “I took
the money owed the South Oaro
llna woman from a boa. kept in
a hiding Place in the wall and a
sport item later both the McNlal
North Carolina College at Dur
ham. from his native home In Lex
ington, Va. However, he Instead
(cmsniftmo* om pass *>
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urns P. LOGAN
•FUSS* OVER WIFE
ENDS IN GUNPLAY
Street ps* mma “tmT jebeat
eMB. Darts and FaHoeoaa U-
woman and the root es our money
W^3hs| o Nere eoocluded by saying
she .saw Mrs. Medial leave her
'Freedom ”
Dems Score
Point In NJ
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
Rev. Bdwln King, a white Mls
sisslppl minister, and Dr. Akron
Henry. Claxksdala (Mlss.T drug
gist and chairman of the Mtools
*lppl Freedom Democratic Party,
were given "delegate at large sta
tus at the Democratic National
Convention, but rejected it.
The credentials committee and
Its five - member aub-oommlttet.
pleasured and backed by the
White House, reached a settlement
In the IMlsstaslppi hassle which
kept Mississippi delegate and al
ternate seats tn Convention Hall
empty for the first two days of
(cwnpune m *t a* s>
Open Quarter*
In Town Where
3 ‘Ambushed’
raJLADBLPHXA. Ulss-InaPte
sated two-story structure which
waa formerly a Negro Wdnin;
ed after Charles Even, COPO last
Thursday opened headquarters for
the first time in this town wham
three civil righto workers warn
murdered on June 31. It la man
ned by a staff jof It including
OCRS Task Point workers James
Collier and George Smith.
The first week es sat rattan
whs libel anl w toed keel so By fey
a staff msmbsr aa a "eamsdy
of tames." Bash sight after
dark, oars filled wttfe tasuß
****** night
OnTfoght
snd shot
around* the*
t£»o*ls rennhig ant:
the end Is tonight" When staff
Osadstato g| i rf r in
s*s
THE CAROLINIAN
VOL. n, NO. 44
Hold Four For Murder As
‘Trooper' Slain
ELKS PICK REYNOLDS
Nob Four
InQoick
Succession
four Ne»ro men ftnda»
srsaujia^lsag
night, one of the man admitted
holding the Patrolman’* revolver
when it fired.
Pareiman W. T. Her Mn. M.
of Baeferd, wae tM victim.
He had reportedly been beaten
and shot when he tried to ar
reat one or mere of the man
on V. S. Ml. between Fay
etteville and Baeferd. Monday
evening. Officer Harbin’s bo
dy. chat three times In the
head, waa discovered tea
cornfield imt ett the high-
WA Je
Willie Junior Smith, one of the
men, admitted scuffling with the
officer and holding his .38 calibre
revolver when it discharged, a
spokesman for the Highway Pa
trol started.
Hie body. In addition to the bul
let holes in the heed, had been
severly beaten, the Patrol added.
Hie nameplate had been allegedly
. Kiiarpian on cam <•
W. T. HEUIN
... » fennels hi head y
‘Missing’
Choir Is
Now Sale
m Jordan" spiritual singers eon
tinned their concert tour last week
after A lew anxious hours.
Concern for the safety of the
SSdJpJtewTen efotysent fed
Brunswick Sunday night.
The Bev. Gtana T. Settles,
manger of the greup. saM In
Las Aagatos tkadttmdliagon
toaveHng to Geergto^after^pe
te afeent "yaw fentt-
The Wings Over Jordan radio
etiasr won nationwide aaclala In
the 1940 s when they were beard
North Carolina ’* Leading Weekly
RALEIQH, N. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1964
Is DEATH - Shown ara'twwai
the four men held in the Monday altamoon murder of A North
Carolina Highway Patrolman, W. T. Harbin, who wae found with
three bullet holee in Me head Monday night. Lalt h Albert Read,
and on the right It Will Alien, who allegedly " fingered' the other
three. (UP/ PHOTO).
Omega Grand Basilcus
Blasts Riots, Leaders
GREENSBORO George E.
Means, Grand Basileus, Omega Pel
Phi Fraternity, lashsd at those per
sons and their leaders who have
been responsible for the unreason
able wave es violence hat has hit
many sections of the nation.
The fraternity head was
highly arMtoal te these sowar
as detrimental le the Negro's
Has wMh the Amarlmn way es
Ufa. He waa eertees to aa edlet
to the ItoM msmfesi argent
reUea and tataphsned Herbert
E. Tucker, Assistant Attorney
General far the State es Maas
aehesetta, la Beaton, and heed
sf the Seetel Aettan Cemmlt
toe.
Maares said, "This fraternity con
demns these acts of violence as
contrary te toe principles of the
American way of Ufa and have no
piece in the Negro’s struggle for
CAROLINIAN
ADVERTISERS
in i- . Bin FROM THEM
PAOE I
PAGE I
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ce.
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Waders ASM Sales
newts Meter ce.
MOSS
neat Ssmftmto
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FAGS t
A. and P.
Ltoeeie tfesetoi
equality.” He forther Instructed
Tucker to send e directive to the
250-chapters, composing the fra
ternity, to work eleeely with the
recognised established agencies,
especially In the large cities, that
are working te stomp out these
acts of violence before they start,
which ha termed as "plain and
simple, wanton and useless crime."
He deplored the fact that the un
due ambition of ruthless self-ap
pointed leaders would become so
vicious at such a time when re
sponsible persons, of both races,
were so hard to make the recently
enacted Civil Right# Lew Work.
W K AT II K H
Tamers teres far the five Say
parted, Thersdey threesh Meedey,
iemperaSeres twe te seer degrees
stave eereisl sad MMs, U my, rate
fen.
Estates a sliders ce.
teleltn Bestaem CeGefs
Gsm Watch Shep
Tayier tedte and toseSWcsl Ce
PAOE IS
Betty Oay
car alias Bandars Cera,
aidtewsy't OpOctea. tee.
rspst-CeU Bstales Ce. es teleish
PAOB It
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CarsMfh Penmate Ce.
rareHae Fewer * Lfeß Ce.
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MfHsll Wfll Ww&Ww
tie stead Otecery * Transfer
Washteftee Terrace Apts., ter
PAOE f«
capttei asrgsto Mpre
! J. C. PtMIfS
Thlew’s aecerd Shep
Theewe’ Peed Market
(intoMtehnS Ostari*
< se set! deled Credit Carp.
Weed’s S-M-SS Cent Stars
Kirby Msuthettes Ce.
teffale sM Cmpsf tenders, tec.
Larry’s Cat4lms Grecery
A ate Disc seal Ce.
ley’s Amsrts— OrPS
O’Neal Meters. Mr.
Capital Vscram State
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PRICE ISc
Elide Hold
65th Meet
In Miami
*•
.w MkiM
ißOhnl AH MMy Aftftti AI
Dm "amla! ffTAlitlon N mb
taking place throughout^thc
day parade*.. . a program of
progress, aad a challenge to
«J*youth
These wore the moral issues
whim swept convention delegates
and thousands of visitors to their
feet in wave after wave of ap
plause.
From the moment when
Grand Exalted Bator Beyaslds
set the tone of the convention
bye premise that Eikdom
would “reward enr Meads’* la
the straggle for civil rights
and “pmnish enr enamtoe,’’
> convention speakers rede the
crest of one werd—“wave” at
lat iniHhtr.
Publisher-author Harry Oolden,
recipient of the order’s Lovejoy
Award, told a packed house In the
sir-conditioned Miami Bayfront
Auditorium:
“The law put the Negro in a
segregated society, and the law
must take -him out. .."
Business tycoon Rodman C.
Rockefeller . . . toll, serloue-mlnd
(cownmuEP on rams »
M/S DAY Os TRIUMPH MM «/ M. Marti*
European tom where ho troe method irhsrorar As seat, 4Mmf
Genera/ Robert F. Kennedy, brother el the sUn.JMMfiH
far, <e unrounded by admiring crowd ■ as he dedremdStSgfmKr,,
tv eddreee on an Atlantic City etreet laet Thuredaf. aft teas gfodo
a 13-imnufe etanding oration later in the craning at Cdteemdtm
HaU. (UPI PHOTO).
tUMlTMllUirttltt
* * *****”
■
Purple Heart
■ t
Medalist Is
Murdered
BY CRABIM B. JONBS
"Thta to am of the Wrangwt
murctor ouei 1 ha verm SW UP
Wln*t,“ Mated „ Wnhe s*»rtJ
Coroner Maruhall ■«*»•”♦
when interviewed by thip newsman
Wednesday morning fat Joeto in
the mysterious
tkullMJi Mg}’ .11-
rar-futhrr of*pne wWw’ wne
was stabbed in front of kk hotue.
r
cry In the Amy. 4ted d * ee-
the^rrota^end^
wee not cnl with t UwPij
The riotlw was PronOunM tofe*
nt 2 30 am. Sunday at Witt Us
(UUMWMU m WMMI. il
Small Ineiihmt
Again Trigger*
Riota-ln Phil*.
PHILADELPHIA <NFl>—Police
men triad to help a Nan cotuto
move a suited oar in North ftma
(telphla, and ttmotood off Moody
Before Mm moloo mwa
Friday night,paltoo Md.tMf
■oeroe of stone tooted. Aa tote
ae •unday, Bo tentomgoad pu
ttee hersssaivat aawMamCdo^
g~m mm
Negnoo torn. _ , . „ N
Congre—ten toobort V. 0. Ms.
of Philadelphia and Mtontoy
Brtncbe. Cheeter (Fa.) «M rtototo
CCaWHUB W PA— o
    

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