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civil rights record—prepared by
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The Carolinian
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North Carolina ’< Leading Weekly
VOL. SI NO. SO RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1964 PRICE 15c
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Facing Local Liquor Violations:
Campbell’s Trial Re-Set
Whiskey
Argument
Is Fatal
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wear to* ttwhktiignto
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GrMMtoS 8 teteta
tog to haw* toe Mas drtafc ant
as a bottle es whiskey.
Mrs. McGriff grabbed toe bottle,
end Glover slapped her. Bbe ran in
to the kitchen of to* house, got a
butcher knife and Stabbed Glover
la tha cheat The wounded man wee
rattled to toe Tampa General Hos
pital, where be was pronounced
dead minutes after arrival.
When arretted. Mrs. McOrtff was
in a drunken stuper, according to
detectives.
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ArrOMNEY GENERAL SEEKS RE-ELECTION—Shown
in Rattan tost Friday era, loft to right, Meaaeahuaatta Republican
Atty. Oaril Edward Brooke, and Now York Sort, /aaab Jaritt (R.,
N. Y.) m they attend a press conference, ffw Senator came to
Boeton to help Brooke’t bid tor re-election. Brooke, the highest
elected Negro in the nation, refused recently to introduce Republi
can San. Barry ilf. Ooldwater, who it • candidate tor the preei
dancy ■ (UPI PHOTO).
Ml 1 *! 2-Party System Grows
(An Editorial)
Interest is developing daily throughout North Carolina in a
two-party system. November 3rd may produce a definite trend
towards the Republican Party in the State, especially by Negroes,
inasmuch as many times apparently tite so-called Negro vote is
not regarded by personalities who represent the Democratic Par
ty m their approach carries no incentives.
Instead of many Negroes voting a straight Democratic ticket,
there is every indication that information ia bring sought •» to
how to split the National and State ticket A predicted overflow
turnout is anticipated with North Carolina in general, and Wake
County to particular, having their best registration ever—7B,ooo
plus.
This undoubtedly it a healthy trend. People thrive more and
government is more progressive as is business when the vote is
not apparently “to the bag” or the customer is not taken for
(CONWNCTP OM FAGf 1)
Three Sentenced To
Life Terms In State
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Accuse Boy
Os Killing
Benefactress
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Wyi White, IS-year-oM Negro
a Mwrt|w nry County grand jury
bora hM «nk on rtisrgss at ihjr*
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Chart, WOUasB J. Bandy, dl-
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SBnKSSS’
4th Trial
Date New
October 26
The trial of Ralph Campbell,
Mr., of 804 K. Edenton Strut, 48-
year-old president of the Raleigh
NAACP branch, hag again men
continued—this time to Monday,
October 86, at U a. m.
qmijtoE whs was gabbed
vgnwewjraef to ajalett tax
and Magal poaanatea far sale!
wm artgtaauy scheduled to be
tried en Friday. September 18.
at 8 pm.
This trial wm re-ecbedaled
for Friday. October t again
for Taaaday. October IS, and
finally k new sot far Monday,
October 88.
He is bring represented by At
torney Samuel 8. Mitchell.
His family was allegedly the
target of threatening telephone
calls two weeks ago. It could not
be ascertained lust what the na
ture of these calk was about
His 1863 Oldsmobile was con
fiscated, but released a lew days
later on 83,000 bond.
According to official* In tha
clerk as the City Csart’e at
flea, the trial was continued
because “We were amble to
get Det. Bgt. A A Mann In
to eaart, yesterday,” The
CAROLINIAN wm h/farmed
early Wednesday. Sana was
mm mm of the amettag of*
fcowTfMPgn on ream *>
World Series
As The CAROLINIAN Went to
press Wednesday, the sixth game
of the World Series was just getting
underway at Busch Stadium la St
Louis, Missouri.
The number as gnoses woa by
the Cardinals are three, with
ealy an to ga to win toe fleet
series St Letts has enjoyed
■tost 18ta. New Task has wm
two games so far.
M Olbam. a Negre. was
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Central Drac Stare
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Baletsfe office Sapptp
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Saves, tip Berates Ca
Capital Bar Ida Stare
TktoaPs Beeertl Shop
thee Mart
ffaa Baeee'i Batten * Cteaaei*
Br PappJ? Betuto* Ca
BOaalaa Street CTteeneri
Basil iter* taper Market
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Mtor'l EeeleeS Stare
Aarojtoaltv Ca.
At 116, SHE'LL VOTE FOR LBJ President Lyndon B.
Johnson praeente pint to Mrs. Hannah Bennett at Beat Chicago,
Indiana, who ia 116 years old. TNt sc ana wm captured loot Thurs
day as Mrs. Bennett says ths will vote, lor the first rime, this year
—tor Johnson, of course. {UPI PHOTO),
From Raleigh’s Police Files:
THE CRIME BEAT
BY CHARLES R. JONES
PISTOL SHOTS HIT
MAN TWICE
■meSvatt Pulley, M, es li
st Oak wood Avenue, told Of
ficer M. F. Perry, at Sslß a.
m. Sstarday. that araaad ti
ts sjb., his brother, Odell
Pulley. 81, seam address, was
arguing with another yaang
man at 118 N. Carver Street,
when Johnny Byrd, If. es 14-
88 New Ban Aroyan, suddenly
potted eat a pistol sad shot
at the ridm Patter three tfame.
Two of the bullets struck Roo
sevelt Pulley, one in the stomach,
and another in hie right flank
(fleetly tide of waist). Pulley was
admitted to Wsks Memorial Hos
pital, while young Byrd was haul
ad off to jail, charged wtth assault
with a deadly weapon nth latent
to kill.
Dr. Somerville To Lead
“African Safari” Soon
WASHINGTON, D. C. Ae
oordlng to an announcement from
the Headquarters of the Lott
Carer Baptist Foreign Mission
Convention. Washington. D. C.,
Dr. Wendell C. Bomervllle, Ns-
Bricklaying
Contest Fair
Highlight
Last October. Stephen Thomas
Alston, a negro of Warrtnton. fit
I, walked swap with the Tar Heel
State Championship at the annual
Apprentice Bricklaying Contest at
the State fair in Baleigb.
He raeelved a IMS bend, a
geM trowel, aa engraved trophy
Irani toe Aerate ted General
Centraetors, a Certificate es
Merit front toe Aracira toati
fted at a Mg isadnrtarh Meet
tog to Cfc arietta
Now thtrrb a whole paaael more
brick laying Alstons around here
CUT BY FRIEND?
WON’T PROSECUTE
Mlee Mary Ruth Lewie, 88. of
3317 Roberta Street in the Ober*
Un section of Raleign. Informed
Officers Norman Aril* and James
I. (Bobby) Daye at 7 a.n. Satur
day, that Edward (Nob)*) Flagg.
36. who lives next door to Oberun
Baptist Church, on Oberlia Road,
out her on the bate of bar bead
with a pocket knife,
The victim, who claimed
Flagg “seed to be my boy
friend,” said they had hem
drinking earlier that msndm.
She was treated at Wake Me-
Mortal Hospital for a bead wound,
and refused to sign A warrant a
galnot Flagg for assault with a
deadly weapon.
(CONTINUED ON FAOE 8)
■ ecutlve Secretary, will head s dtfl
i egation of eighteen officials on b
t "Spiritual Safalr" to Afriee, No*
i vember S.
Dr. Somerville states that the
. main purpose of this Pilgrimage
Is to dedicate a new modem Claes
rootn Building which has recently
been completed at Lott Carey
Mission. Brewerrllle, Liberia.
While visiting the beautiful
oampus st Brewerrllle. the offici
als win formally designate five
Mtodon buildings with Bronae
laquee. These buildings are nam
ed in memory of the mialotuury
leaden.
In addition to the atgidflemt e
vente at the Mission Button, the
1 delegation will bo the guests of
the Administrations of the fol
lowing countries
Liberia resident. William V. «■
: Tubman, President; President
Kwame Nkrumah. Ghana and
President Nnamdl Axlklwe of Ni
geria.
The Whs rales of Omm leading
Africans nations have estondsd
full and complete cooperation In
providing entertainment for the
members es this delegation m
these respective countries.
The following persons an mem
bers of this "Spiritual Safari :
The Rev. J. C. Hairston, Fitts-
Is Scene Os
Decision
tT 11. MARKS* , ,
GREENSBORO The naMfe-ad
s poll taken aecretly atooMClWe*
galas to the Slat annual Worto jpr
that IQO par aaat wars to tarifr of
soma ninety par cent were tok'Sup
porting the Democratic ticket all
the way on the Mato level, fas spite
of toaUonjw e^Danocratie esndl-
Rlghlg kras. Ai,uwai
Thk poU followed trend el srt*-
el talks by delegatee and paosttli
who edvocatod going gown tha MM
with the Democrats in an effort to
head off a possible Goldwetor vic
tory. ‘ *1
M was tha toe Mag as theM*
vsteton that Oetored Tarheella
eaaM beet tight eat toe tr grtor
aneee wtto toe Deweeref. If .
they eaa help toeae win. toon
risk e Oetdwetw^vtstory^evaa
Gaeto la 1 the BepahMesn
have tpsbt fee Ctvtt Rtghto,
i early to toe aatepdMb '*
! Closely watched tag alert radio
televieon end newapepor reporton
each dag. tot State and KatUto wes
anxiously swelling tha verdkg of
NAAOMteheaUa when the rw
suite cd the poll showed M passant
for tha Deu Moore ticket:. "Wit
per sent tor Rah art Gavin and
.our par sent MSDtointtlwt al the
time,
that Mggreet *3mld
OtHmg|M* , MV* gggg^^^
Larson -
ForLBJi
Dr. Arthur Larson «t Mm .Auks
University World Mule of Jaw
Center will apeak to MaMgh|| *
pja. on Wednesday, dot. t£*to
the Highway Department Rol*
tortum on Capttol Square. Jpr.
laraon win Mtomao the dttMRP*
of a modem Republic! r. to Jhlo
Residential election. Si
sSSSSSg
mA^A — htifmillim |*rr|Mb
GPteWwWw www ’-agf
as to^LabMt
His many publloattotw Inebrie:
A Mepabllean Leeks at Be WBr.
and WtoTwe Are Far. which
have provided gttiganoe lor mm
elements of the Republican Party.
Recently, Dr. Uraon has 3to
chairman at tha Natlgnai
Council at Civic R/wponsihtltty* on
organisation daslgnod to oqtDt
teraet tha positions at txtrstelst
groups as ths Mu Mr.' Sanity.
Along with OMto Ctup Htefcy.
Who was See. of Hsa-th Ifit
tton. and WaMtos to BbuiboW’s
(cwnwws on mbs * £
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Top Award
Goes To A i
Tar Heel
MT BAUM E mtUM
OffTONIA Jtdwsrd
nw, Oastonto, a teacher at Un
eotn High Sebooi. Beeeimer City,
won a not!mill award last week.
He wm an es the few
SFggsg&
hTthe* YehtottEw* Hatt" *t 'tiM
roihoiws on r/ oa n j;
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