FROM RALEIGH'S POLICE FILES:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES It JONES
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
BOP CAUGHT HMHO Os
Detective Sgts. Larry M. Smith
and I* T. Williams, of the Raleigh
Police Department** Detective Di
vision, made the following report
at m. Wednesday:
we ihearvid a eelered male
toaktag toto aa epsu wtodew at
Ml New Bam Avene.- The .
ningfcl • -»J
U9IWHIU WHi§ni a ii year-ora
bey, who Uvea at SMI E. Janes
fate the boaaa at Mr. and Mrs.
David A. Stewart.
The hoy waa carried home to
his grandmother, after being charg
ed with tmpoasing —d peeping
tom Be will be triad in Domestic
Itelatlone Court soon.
James Jones, M, at 12 Boss St,
tnfomisd Officer Nonnan Artis at
10rt6 p. m. Thursday, dud some
one stale a Weetinghouse gray and
white radio and a Waatchm packet
watch from his car, which eras
parked in hie beck yard. Entry waa
gained fay breaking the door glaaa
at hi car.
Jooaa sat the value of dm radio
at 9* and of the watch, at 0505.
CASE or WIN* STOLEN
•saw wtnsa In the vicinity of
Boat Bad Market (known to
aaaw aa George Greek’s) ap
parently had a ’good daW lari
Edward Lea Band, at CM
Caanen Street reported to Offi
cer B. S. Lea at 1:1* p. as.
Tharaday, that while he was in
the stars, (seated at 622 E.
Davie Street, seamans stale a
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Two naall boys interned Mr.
Band dud they saw -Butch- Hocks
day, age and address unknown, take
the wine off the truck and. run
down B. Daria Street
at 21V. and containing 24 pteto.
fmn Ms track, parked edt-
The eop checked several
blodt around the area taut was un
able 4a Ana either the email boys
BEATEN TOE NO SEASON* AT
William Thomas. H, at Ba-
Mgh. Bt A reported to Offi
cer John Baker, Sr. at fcN p.
as. Tharaday, he waa at dw
Briley, else taf Bento A Be
with Me heads and kb ter aa
Thomas signed a warrant against
Bailey for aseault and battery.
Bailor, who was placed in Wake
County Jail, told Officer Baker,
“Wo wan Just playing."
WOMAN WAYLAID. BOBBED
Mrs. Cora Rivers, 45, of 1488 Saw
yer's Lane, told Officer J. A. Perry
at 0:40 p. m. Friday, she waa on
her way heme in the 1400 Mode of
dm Lane when a boy matched her
puree and ran.
The eeMgishwnt declared she
first amt a 15-yoar-eM bay, a
bost 5 feat ton, who, when he
saw her, ran book up a path to
another bay, about 18, five feel,
five inches tall, and as abe pro
ceeded to walk past the yenths,
the elder one grabbed bar poe
ketbook and both ran.
Mrs. Bivers divulged the con
tents of her pocketbook sk SO cents
in change, a pair of 03 eyeglasses.
and said the piwbvttwok waa worth
■ATS KAN STOLE KOOMEBW
Mrs. Mable Taylor, 60, of 408 E.
Martin Street, informed a cop at
8:58 p. m. Saturday, that Clinton
Smith, tt. of 828 Coleman Street,
broke into her houae and atole a
radio belonging to James Howard,
one of hg baudert
theft Mrs. Taylor atotod rim
atom saw Smith running out of
the heuae with dm radio.
The screen on her front door
was damaged with a knife in the
amount at 02.80. afae a war
rant against Smith for breaking and
entering and larceny and receiv
CROOK THWARTED Os BREAK
Mrs. Alice Baglay, of 740 Quarry
Street, reported to two cope at &20
a. m. Sunday, that sometime dur
ing the previous night someone
pulled the screens frotn tour of her
windows and damaged them be
yond future use.
The complainast also (rid the
window in her bathroom was push
ed up, but she said the could not
determined if entry had been gain
ad. Nothing was stolen, she report
EOT WITH PIECE OF WIRE
James SriMUiiga. 18, es 1«
Seawall Avenue, told Officer O.
C. Pratt at 11:44 p. m. Friday,
he waa in Ska street, chatting
with a friend in front at hie
heme, when a 1061 OldamebUe
with several white beys In tt
drove by and one of them lean
ed out of the window and struck
Sneßings with a piece of wire.
The complainant reported the car
was green and white. The assailant
wore glasses, Snellings stated.
KNIFE BLADE ALMOST FINDS
Miss Annie Bell Jones, 20, of 1443
Sawyer’s Lane, reported to Officer
J. V. Haley at 8:17 a. m. Saturday,
*>«♦ T„v„ TTrv,M„ T.. Qn
220 Bledsoe Avenue, came to her
home tt 7:3P a. m, Satw&j "ant!
started e fuse,” with her. He had
been drinking heavily, she said.
White reportedly picked ap
a butcher knife and tried to
eat Mim Janas. Her drem waa
cut fas two places as s result of
Ms repeated swings at her. She
signed s warrant, charging as
sault with a deadly weapon and
FRESHMEN MEET ST. AUGUSTINE'S PRESIDENT Four fracJunsn race lra worth of
encouragement from Dr. Jmum A. Boyar, proaidant of Saint Augustine's CoOege, aa thay arrhod
on campus recently to begin than four-year sojourn at tha college. Pictured, from hit to right oral
Reginald Stevens, Boston, Musa.; Miss Linda Beihy, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Dr. Boyar, MUa
Janice Maultsby, Lumberton, and Bobby Heard, Boston, Maas.
2COKS, DC OKS, LOCKS - Dr. John O. Crsrrlsr* (r rnfrr) eftoftw.-*? dMsfor ff
humanities, discusses new books on display in Bennett College library with, hit to righti Dr.
Marlow F. Shute, director of self-study evaluation services; Mrs. i'irjim'a Tucker, and
Dr. Frank Rand, English and director at developmental servicer.
White was carried to Wake
rUNCHED IN MOUTH AT
Willie Cleo Arrington, 36, of 510
Cannon Street, Informed Officer L.
Godwin at 6:43 pjn. Saturday, be
waa punched in the mouth by Geo.
Krauter, also of Cannon Street, at
Edna’* All-Night Case, 213 W. South
Arrington, who suffered a cut
upper lip, tol dthe cop he was
coming to the police station and
sign a warrant against his assail
SATS HOBBY BEAT HEB tP
Mrs. Iredell Staten, 24. of 4U
Patterson Alley, told Officer
James E. (Bobby) Daye at 1:46
a.m. Sunday, that her huaband,
Emmanuel Staten, 36, assault
ed her with his hands and Mata.
She said the fight grew out of a
“fan over another woman.”
Mrs. Staten was X-rayed at
Wake Memorial Hospital, where
It was shown she suffered no
Internal injuries. She declared
aha would not sign a warrant
against Staten for aasault and
WHACKED ACROSS FACE
Lee Edward Hail, 18, of 113 N.
Fisher Street, reported to Officer
B. C. Nipper at 2:07 ajn. Sunday,
that he and Willie Jones, 18, of
110 N. Fisher Street, were walk
ing toward home when a 1051 black
Plymouth drove by and one of the
several colored persons inside lean
ed out end swung a stick, hitting
Hall across his face.
Hall, who was not seriously in
jured, said the only description he
could give was that it was “a car
full of colored people.”
THTJG BREAKS WOMAN’S
Mrs. Alice Griffin, 34. of 314
Beauty Avenue, informed Officer
T. T. Street, Jr., at 6:45 a.m. Sun
day, that about 3 a.m , someone
broke a window in her bedroom by
standing on a block of wood and
hitting her window with a cement
block. The person ran when she
turned on the light, Mrs. Griffin
She estimated damage to her win
dow at S2O.
MAN’S CAB RIFLED BY FOUR
James Nathaniel Cooper. 54,
as 123 Lincoln Court, told Of
fleer Ralph Clayborne at 0:30
Mt Friday, be parked hl« au
tomobile in the 200 block of E.
Martin Street, and when he re
turned about 9M p.m.. he dis
covered that someone had rifled
his dash pocket, stealing a pair
as men’s eyeglasses, worth S2S.
and a book from First Federal
gtvtafi tstf Loan.
Floyd Smith, M-year-old white
resident of 206 K Martin, stated he
aw four Negro men, about 21 years
old in Mr. Cooper’s car, but he
thought it waa their automobile.
CATCHES YOUTH STEALING
Mn. Mary Fowler, white em
ployee of Hudson Bolh Com
pany. Merased Officer *. V.
Pearce at UM7 am M—day.
Mm saw Curtis Lee Conyers, It,
Os |o| rreesaan Street eoneeal
span Ids person a Channel Mas
ter transistor radio, valued at
fl LOO and start oat es the store.
The woman signed a warrant and
young Conyers was haulied off to
Ike Wake County Jail to await
Mai . *
At Jeffreys Schooli
Wake 4-H Achievement
Prograu Set oct 10
Wake County Community 4>R
Clubs will observe their Annual
County*«ida Achievement Dey
Program at tthe Jeffreys School on
Saturday, October 10, from 10:30
a. m. to 12:00 soon.
The program will be presided
ever by Barbara Fewler, presi
dent es the 4-H County Council.
The main address will bo deliv
ered by Gwendolyn Matthews,
smlstont secretory of toe 4-H
CeaneiL She will be Introduced
by Jaams Leach, secretary of
too 4-H Council.
Demonstrations to bo given by
4-Hers will also bo s feature of the
Certificates and awards will be
presented to 4-H members who
have dona outstanding club work
during toe past year.
The following organised Com
munity 4-H Clubs, along with tho
! CARNATION jjJßjjto
| COOKING HINTS
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Be fancy and thrifty at the game time! Make perfect
for-fall Waldorf Whip—it’s a salad and dessert in
one! Carnation Evaporated Milk, the milk that whips,
to the secret ingredient for this tasty, light recipe.
Be sure and keep the familiar red and white cans
handy—and use them often!
(Mains « to R serrirtgs)
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Imp he* water l%a*pi chapped apple*
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DlmNi giiktia la hot water; oaoL 444 1 tablespoon i«<w
Jules, mayonnaiae, calory, nuta and apples. Mix wall. Chill until
mixture la the consistency of unbeaten of g whites. Chill Carna
tion la refrigerator tray until soft Ice crystals form around
edges of tray (10-16 minutes). Whip until stiff (1 minute).
Add the rmoaiaing lemon juice; whip eery stiff (1 to 2 minutes
longer). fUd whipped Carnation into gelatin mixture. Spoon
Into 5-cup meld. Choi until act (about 2 hours). Unmold on
salad grime and gamid with walnuts and raw apple slices,
•area as dessert or sslsd.
| adult loaders era making plans
for this event: New Bethel, Si
Annah, Fletchers Grove, Opportu
nity, Springflrld No. 1 and Na %
Pina View, Si Matthew*. Ivey Lea
gue, Roleevilla, Fuquay Sou tha Ida.
Also, Panther Branch, Jeffreys
Grove, Friendship, Garner No. 1
and No. 2. Eagle Bock, Riley Hll.
Juniper Level, Miotwall, Need
more end Fuquay.
Tha public is invited to attend.
SFEED IN IFACB
At tha highest velocity we can
now manage, a rocket probe to
Proximo Centaur! (nearest star be
yond too sun, 4.3 light years sway)
would take well over 100,000 year*
to arrive, the Catholic Digest esti
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lishing a magazine that never gets
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Out To‘Get Her Mon/ r
Woman Steals A Licence:
fAUNTON, VA. (NPD Mrs.
Delores Goforth baa barn true to
bar name, you might say. She
-wunttorth- and get hermit a hus
band—and not through tha usual
The 47-yaar-oM woman’s lake
marriage aaaa to light whan rain.
Uvea of a dead blind man complain
ed to pottos that toa woman was
pairing herself off as the man’s
Made for People Who lAy-
Make Lots and Lots
of Phone Calls _
... to a Lot of the Same Numbers:. ..
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H church, dvic, or dub aettvitfoe keep you on tho
phone, than tha CARD DIALER to for yen. .
Calling Usta of numbers baoomm fggt gad dmpto.
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and oomoa in a variety of colors. *
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