FROM RALEIGH'S POLICE FILES:
the crime beat
BY CHARLES R. JONES
FIRE, WHEEL STOLEN FROM CAR
George WUder, of 400 New Band
Road. Garner, told Officer J. C.
Putman at 10:48 p. m. Wedneaday,
that one Safety 800 U. S. Royal Tire.
870- by IS and a red wheel were
stolen from his 1964 3-4 ton truck.
He valued the tire and rim at S6O.
Wilder declared the truck was
parked in a lighted lot of the In
ternational Paper Co., Highway 401
South, where he is employed in
the evenings from 4:30 p. m. —MI
l:a. m. He offered no further
MAN ‘RELIEVED’ OP SILVER
Lotus Lagan, 72-year-old ree-
Meat es 11*3 E. Davie Street,
raperted tea cep at 7:11 p. m.
Wedneaday, he left home a
bent 7: p. m. and returned at
Ds4B p. m. te discover someone
had removed a screen from hta
front window, raised the wind
ow te gate entry and 'relieved’
him of 8* diver dollars Item a
Mr. Logw: could find nothing
else missing. Hi* next door neigh
bore stated they were et home all
es foie time, but saw no one and
RES CROOK STEAL TBS
James Bunch e, 30, of 130 If. Swain
■treat, Informed Officer T. T.
Street, Jr, at 8:32 p. m. Wednesday,
that a Negro man, wearing a tan
Shirt, removed 2 wire wheel covers
from the left side of his 1862 Chev
rolet and headed South on Alston
Bti eel. The incident oecured at the
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comer of & Haywood and S. Boun
Bunch* stated the covers had
wire spokes in hem and were
valued at $Bl
FAMILY AWAY. SO THIEVES
Harvey Jethroe Smith, es MS
Gamer Rood, reported to taro local
cope Thursday, that someone enter
ed his home Wednesday and Thurs
day morning, while the family wee
away on vacation.
Tpan their raters, stated the
eenuahmot he feud a tern
the heme. The thieves ap
parently ransacked the kitchen
and all foe ether niisi then
made exit thraagh the front
door, leaving R epeo.
lan. 14 hi small change, a gold
wedding bond, o Prlmisss Hog,
voteed at |7» and a 6 ramteter
radio, coating ffR
lOnSD BY TWO W MEN
Johnnie Jonas, 26, of 702 E. Har
gett Street, told Officer J. L Denton
et 4:30 p. m. Friday, be hod $333 in
fives, tens and twenties in on enve
lope in his shirt pocket, when two
Negro men approached him fat foe
parking lot of the A A P Food
Store, corner Blount end Hargett
He stated they asked him where
“we can have e good time," adding
they were foam out of town.
Jones mid foe ‘biggeeP man
es the two "slapped ara an my
shirt pocket," taking foe eave
lepa containing foe soaney. He
wee short, bat Mg. weighted
about 366 poeadi, war* black
pants and was ah sat 38 years
of age; and foe otter waa tall,
big, ware blech pants a striped
shirt, bad a mastaete and a
goatee and stated Ms asms waa
Rayas— and te waa tram
MtedarippL Ho ssnetedad by
can identify bate
BATTERS HEAD WITH OAK
Campbell, 38. es Enigbidele.
at 2: p. a. Saturday, they war*
T Ctertto Bugrov*. W.*af
an after Bagrova
Hargrove wag treated at Wake
Memorial Hospital for bruioas of
foe heed. The incident took place in
HOT COT AT CHAVIS PARK
-Ronald Carr, 16*yeer-old resident
of 733 Fitsgerald Road, informed
Officer O. C. Pratt from Wake Me
morial Hospital at 1:16 p. m. Satur
day. he waa walking through
Chavis Park when David Frayar
cut him wtfo e knife.
Young Carr stated he did not
know why Fryer cut him. However,
foe cop Jailed foe assailant for
assault with a deadly weapon.
ARGUES WITH WOT. FIGHTS
Mrs. Mary Qmlller, of Ht R.
Martin Street, reported te Off
leer J. L. Denton at 4:11 Satur
day afternoon, that Willie
Bridges 38, earns to ter heme
and started an argument wtfo
hta wife and when Mrs. QalUsr
triad to stop foe argaamte,
Bridges aemaltod ter with hie
tends and fists.
Mrs .QuiHer rigned a warrant
for assault and battery aad tte
woman-beater waa healed est
to Wake County jalL
STABS MAN WITH APITOHPOEK
Charles Bank*. 38. of KM Bluff
Avenue, reported to Officer James
■jr rflnNhyl Dave, at 8:30 a. m.
Sunday, that Charlie Hinton of 15
Walnut Street, came to hta house
and caused a disturbance.
When Banks asked Hinton to
leave, foe latter allegedly get
a pitchfork and slabbed Mr.
Banks to hta toft lag wtfo it
The complainant was treated at
Wake Memorial Hospital and in
formed Officer Days he would come
to foe station and sign a warrant
for assault with a deadly weapon
SAYS WHITE THUGS BROKE
John Dabnam Haywood, of 806
Tower Street (Obarlin) Informed a
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Wtttobome, C. P„ South Africa
cop at AH p. m. Saturday, ha wad |
driving east in tba MM Mock of ]
New Bern Avenue, whin a black
Volkswagen, containing three white
persons threw a beer bottle against
foe right rear' window of foe BS9
Ppntiac which be waa driving, but
which is the property Os hta brother.
Damage to the Pontiac waa etti
mated at 315.
MAN WORSHIPS AS VANDALS
Otto Oecar Jama*. 27. es MM
Walnut Street, informed Officer !
John Baker, gr, at IB Bm. j
Saaday be went te church a
bout 4:13 p. as. and returned at S
8:25 p. as. tested the rear wia
dew es his 1865 Ctevralel ted
teen knocked out. «* ear waa
parked, according to Mr. James
la the rear at kta heme
Damage was eallsmtt 6 at
886. The ehjeet need by foe
unknown vandal could net te
WOMAN'S RADIO TAKEN
Min Lucy Soriano, 37, of 813 S.
East Street, told a cap at 1:25 a m.
Sunday, ihe left her bourn at 6: p.
m. Saturday and returned home at '
12:50 a. m. Sunday. Mta* Soriano
stated while foe was gone, some
one cut the screen of her beck door,
unlocked the door end ransacked
her bedroom, sealing a gray G. K
radio, valued et 31.95.
SERVICE STATION ENTERED
Earl M. Dunston, 47, proprietor
of Dunston’* Texaco Service Sta
tion, 328 S. East Street, told Officer
James E. (Bobby) Daya at 12:35 p.
m. Sunday, that between Uk a. m.
and noon, someone entered hta sta
tion end stole eight carton* of soft
drink* and |7O in cash from hta
The soft drinks were later dis
covered in an old truck, along with
$37.15 n a beg. The money found
was in $1 bills and change.
Dunston reported hta other cur
rency was in denominations of
fives and tens. The opening in the
window was very small, indicating
a child might have been the thief.
OFFICERS SEE •STRONG’ MAN
Officer* Norman Artis and James
E. Daye stated at 1:03 P- m. Friday,
they witnessed Otis Miata. 38, of
922 E. Jones Street, pull up a
parking meter from foe ground
with hta bare hands in the 100 block
of £ Cabarrus Street
They promptly took Mtals off to
Jail end charged blip with damage
to city property, estimated at $5.
LUXURY-MINDED THIEF WITS’
William Holden, 36, of 368
Newcembe Bo— reported to
Officer D Brinson early Mon
day. that someone had broken
the glam In foe front door at
hta establishment Holden’s
Cleaners, 788 E. Martin Street,
unlocked foe door and twa
itema were missing: a tuxedo
ket, valued at *45. and a white
Nshirt, coating $9. Value of the
broken glam waa set at 315.
This cleaning plant was also dam
aged last week, but nothing was
reported missing at that tima.
SEEKS MAN HE’S GONG TO KILL
Elbert Cotton, 51, of 101 £ South
Street told Officer J. C. Putman
at 10:52 p. m. Friday, he was asleep
in a chair, and hta daughter, Miss
Lorattia Cotton, 20, was asleep in
a bedroom off from the living room
when they were suddenly awaken
ed by a men they knew only by
sight, who told Mr. Cotton, “Don't
move and you won’t get hurt.”
The man then wanted
to knew where Fted Wsrth, Jr.,
es 619 8. State Street, was, add
ing te waa "going to kill him
aver some trouble we had last
Sunday at foe Lincoln Theatre,"
where foe unidentified man is
alleged to be employed.
It could not be ascertained Just
how Miss Cotton and her father
were able to get rid of their un
ANOTHER FIGHT AT
Another fight took place at the
Hoo ten any Club over the weekend
as at least one knife flashed and.
cut a man Friday night.
Located in the 800 block of Fay
etteville Street, officers reported
an altercation at the club st 11 p.
m. as William Raeford York, 82,
832 Campanella Drive; Donald G.
Wilson, 28, of Fuquay Springs; Her
bert Smith, 34, of 7 Dodd Street,
and William McNeil, of 221 Smith
field were all reported to have
engaged In an affray with s deadly
weapon, to wit-a knife.
Yerfc waa ant an the tower
left Jaw. After he was treated
at Wake Memorial Hospitol.
where six ettehes were repaired
ta elaaa hta wound. all tour
were taken to Wake Ceunty
Jail and held for engaging to
an affray with a deadly weapon.
■HOT IN CHAVIS PARK
Lawrence Mitchell, 18, of 1812
Oakwood Avenu. stated al 11 P
m. Friday, he was walking through
Chavis Park when he heard a noise
and immediately felt a sting in hta
Young Mitchell, who was latter
treated et Wake Memorial Hospital
for a gun wound, mid he sew some
one from a distance, but was unable
to describe who he saw.
MONEY STOLEN AS WOMAN
Miss Bobbie V. Morgan, 23. of
E-40 Washington Terrace, told Of
fieer E. Randolph at 11 a m Friday,
that foe toft her billfold, containing
$22 in cash and her identification
papers in her wallet and put the
mnr«M in a pocketbook in the
stock room at 109 E Hargett St.,
where foe works.
Whan she returned to work et
B-. 46 to get some money, the pocket
book end everything in it were
gone. She also noticed the heck
door was open. .
MAN SAYS TEENAGER BEAT
Ratari TVtaaaa. 31, sf MV B.
Darts Street, admitted to Of
ftotr T. T. Street Jr- at MS
jimtor OriffoaVyrar-eM reri
dsnt at 988 E. Hargett tercet
Apt B. -teat me ap wtfo his
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ton, tor tha school yarn, 1964-ISMS, are the following now faculty
members: (I to r) Afro. Al too T. Solomon, Counselor; Mrs. Mar
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“I Had Been Plumb Wrong:"
Billie Sol Estes Plans Job
Opportunities For Negroes
ABILENE, Tom (NFD—Billta
Sol Eatea. aelf-confident daaptto
the handicap of bankruptcy and
the possibility of serving a lons
prison term for fraudulent prac
tices, has begun a grandiose new
International business operation
that he claims will open up ave
nues of employment for Negroes
throughout the nation.
The fallen financier, whose
past operations inclaiad aM
to Negro churches and schools
la Arkansas, Texas and Ten
neaeee, ta In the pronsm at
establishing a nationwide
chain of hotels and motels,
which he says Negroes will bo
trained to manage. He wfll al
so have a chain at facsimile
"Wild Weot" towns for tour
tata and franchise* shops soil
ing curies from abroad.
Estee’ multi-million dollar tot
ton, fertiliser and grain storage
empire ooUapoed two years ago
when he was Indicted on charges
of swindling and conspiracy to
He said hta change of heart now
motivates his reentry into busi
ness. Every business he associates
himself from now on, Estee told
the press, “must have the poten
tial for aiding the disadvantaged."
"I never saw the real values till
after my troubles” he said. “I had
been plumb wrong in emphasising
; money-making for personal ad
vantage rather than to help oth
ers to equal opportunity.”
WASHINGTON (NPX) The
Republican National Committee
announced last week the appoint
ment of Clay J. Claiborne of At
lantic City as assistant to Wayne
J. Hood, director of the OOP
Clatboarao’i selection comes
in the wake at widespread
eriUcdam bp Necrose of the
civil righto stand es Sen. Bar
ry Geld water, Republican can
didate far President.
Tho 54-year-old campaign aide
hae been active for the paet 34
years In national and state OOP
activities, having recently served
. tea special assistant to Republi
can Vice Presidential candidate
William E. Miller while Miller waa
chairman of the Republican Na
Dean Burch, present chair
man es the Republican No
tional Committee, said Clai
borne’* appointment “empha
sises that tho GaMwatar-MUl
er campaign la Interested In all
the people of this country. Wo
will undertake an effective
permanent program to dem
onstrate that Ropublknin are
not writing off any group of
The defeat of Richard M. Nix
on, the Republican Presidential
candidate In 1960, hae been attri
buted by some sources to the virt
ual “write-off” of tha Mg city Ne
The incident occurred at th*
corner of 8. East and £ Davie Sts.
Young Griffin was picked up and
Jailed on an assault and battery
SEAT IN AUTOMOBILE CUT
Samuel Lee Taylor, 27, of 1305
Walnut Street, told a cop at 10:35
p. m. Monday, hta car was parked
in the 1300 Mock of Walnut Street
and someone "cut up the front seat."
Damage to the 1961 Pontiac was
estimated to be. about $35.
WOMAN SAYS SHE DIDN'T DO IT
Mias Pearl Pulley, of 101* >. Per
son Street, culled tho officers of
The CAROLINIAN loot Saturday
morning to Inform The Crime Beat
editor that she was not foe person
Involved in a story carried on tba
front page last weak entitled, "Wife
Beaten By ‘Other Woman’."
This IneManl tovolved Mrs.
Mary Byrd sf 316 •. Rtood
worth »tract, who teM pottos
aricsra she was srissksd wtfo
a Oaks battle and a flat, wtold
was V torn Pearl Paltoy.
However, this columnist advised
Miss Pulley, of the S Person Street
siifosm, that than era pessibly
many persona wttb te same name
as ten In this etty. However, e
check of foe files of the Ralegh
Police Department revealed no one
by foe nemo as "Pearl Pulley "
I at ART College, will get dose scru
tiny at tha anual Faculty-Staff Pro*
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401 Hflbboro St jjg S-2571
garat H. Lockamy, 3rd grada; William Wafers, 6th grada Sk
Mta, Mary H. Rtiea, 2nd grada. Thom new amabam JtStorfwMME
faculty members an Saptambar 2nd,
The Institution, sat to to# foams,
“A Contemporary Design For Col
legiate Goals" and which has for its
main objective to draft * blue
print for vital college service*, will
be conducted for three-days, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, Septem
AAT College pesaenaal will
parttolpata ta am at eight-in
terest groups durtagfo* ma
ted* d* such uraun as: Faculty
staff and student oammantoa
ttosH, phflassphy t foe mßugfo
and ta gutdanee. physical. amn>.
tltary. social guidance and afost:
Tha event will be featured dp
two main addressee. Dr. f. A. Wil
li am a, director of Extended Serv
ices, Will deliver foe keynote ad
dress at the opening general sisslim.
which ta set for L3O p. m. on
Thursday, and Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy#
president of collage, will deliver
th* main address at foe banquet on