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THE CAIOLDfIAM
RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. IPM
Over 400 Shaw, St. Aug.
Students Hear Researcher
Science students at Sbaw Uni
versity in Raleigh were to if* Mon
day that “a long history of dis
crimination and exclusion have left
the Negro today with newly won
freedom but with a lack of prepara
tion to exploit and enjoy It." More
than 400 students attended the lec
ture, including a group from SL
Augustine * College.
Robert J. Hengstebeck, research
associate for American Oil Compa
ny Whiting. Indiana R*finery, said
that as an example of the lack of
educational background among Ne
groes, we find that only one out of
every 300 of the country's engineers
are Negroes.
Be said. "Since wa encoanter
ae very few Negre scientists
and technicians in supplement
ear staff, wa asked ourselves
whether we have properly sold
capable young Negroes on ca
reers In science end technology
and whether we have adeqaate
ly Impressed them with the pe
troleum Industry aa a career."
The speaker said the petroleum
Industry Is a highly competitive
one that survives on the basis of
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the high quality of Its products and
the employees who develop them.
For this reason, he said, "tha In
dustry cannot get by very long with
sesond best products or p<. jple and
declared that at American Oil there
are no berriers of race or color in
employment policy.”
The speaker was at Shaw Uni
versity aa the third In an eight col
lege tour to interpret the rola of
the scientists-technologlats In tha
oil industry and to encouraga and
motivate student* to embark on
technical careen. Other schools
that Mr. Hengstebeck will visit are
Virginia State, Petersburg, Vs.;
Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.;
ALT College, Greensboro; Central
State Coliege, Wilberforce, Ohio;
and Lincoln University, Lincoln,
Pa.
U. S., WORLD
AWAITING THE
FATE OF 21
(CONTlNtirn THOM VACS ONEI
gar Hoover held a meeting with
the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr,
netted the following:
Cecil Price, a former fireman,
who is serving hi* first year as a
deputy sheriff; Jimmy K. Alledge.
27, a salesman, formerly of Meri
dian; Horace D. Barnette, 2S. a
Meridian truck driver; Travis M.
Barnette, 38, part owner-operator
of a Meridian garage; James E.
Jordan. 38. a Gulfport construc
tion worker, formerly of Meridian;
Billy Wayne Poaey, 28. a Phila
delphia. Mias., service station ope
rator; Alton Wayne Roberts, 26 a
Meridian salesman; Jimmy Snow
den, 31, a Meridian truck driver;
Jerry M. Sharpe, 21, manager,
Philadelphia pulpwood supply
company, and Jimmy Lea Town
send. 17. a Philadelphia service
station attendant.
All were arrested on conspiracy
charges and accused of being
members of the lynch mob which
slew the three civil rights workers
KILLS SELF
AS BOYFRIEND
LISTENS IN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ll
self.
Mammy said he beard tbs
pistol click several limes bsfore
Ihe shot rant out. The lad start
ed to run th* distance to Lin
da's house, hut spotted a ps*»-
Ing police ear and told the of
ficer* « hal had happened.
Mrs. Grace Conners, the girl’s
mother shed no light on the shoot
ing. She unit! Linda and Sammy
met several weeks ago at a movie:
the bov'| phono namber was found
Written in Linda's Bible.
The two youngster*, wer# not
"going steady." according to Mrs
Conners, because "I would never
let her date.”
The grief-stricken mother said:
"I don't know what happened to
bn She was doing all right In her
school work at Belt Junior High.
"She wa* In good spirits earlier
In the day. She cleaned the house
before the rest of us left In the
afternoon to go visiting.''
Two days before the tragedy,
a similar and related death
look place when Eugene Mont
gomery. SO. wa* found *h*t to
dealh In hi* Maryland apart
ment. A verdict of suicide was
returned.
He was the ancle sf Caniesl
A. Montgomery, In whose ham*
Linda and her mother Uved
with Montgomery and his wile.
Mrs. Conners has been separat
ed since earlier this year.
"That death upset Lind* when
she heard about it," Mrs. Conners
said.
HOOVER IS
DETERMINED
TO STAY
CONTIMTD FROM MO* tl
tude is stiU that we'rt bothering
them.
"I'm not talking about protec
tion. I'm talking about Investigating
civil rights that defy U. S. law and
Ihe Constitution."
Austose Sou them Nagrw
I setter, James Bevell. *f Mont
gomery, said: "W* fast sari sf
don't depend aa th* Bnrsna far
aaythtog. Tha attitude at seme
■gents rve aaat has haan vary
gaud.
"But OteyTe aerta ttha ru»
porter*. Tub know, they cams
around and ask qaaaUona and
taka natoa and ga away. And
again."*** ****
In —District Daa
eeratle Chairman Jeeeph L.
Ranh said tha TH has haan tn
effectaal hi anfarcing atvfl
"I think we've get to do one of
two things, either change ha FBI
into an agency that deeply believes
in civil rights or get a new Investi
gative agency.”
Ranh mid that tha only othar al
ternative would be the ouster of
Hoover. "I think it’s up to Presi
dent Johnson to ask Hoover to step
down or glvt Burke Marshall the
type of investigative agency he
needa.”
BOY, 14, LEFT
TO DIE IN DITCH
(CONTDfOBB raox PAG a 1)
Funeral services for young Hollo
way wan held Tuesday of this
weak at the Juniper Level Bnntlst
Church, with the Rev. H. Z. Ford
officiating.
Survivors Include his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hollo
way, one sister, Miss Julia Hollo
way; one brother. Robert Hollo
way; and other relatives.
TWO GROUPS
DENY THEY’LL
CUT OFF AID
(continued raoM page iy
sting Connell (SNCC) on the
•cone. Now Orlosaa’ TIMES
PICAYUNE Newspaper had re
ported that COPO had been
toeing out financially and al
ternating parson* of "Marxist"
Not only has SCLC not with
drawn its aid, Dr. King said, but
tha Southem-bastd, clergy-led civ
il rlghta organization plans to give
increased support to COFO.
"COFO is doing a most necessary
Job and we heartily endorse Its
work.” Dr. King declared.
NAACFs national public rela
tions chief. Henry Lee Moon, also
denied that his organization has de
cH-d not to support COFO Mr.
Moon indicated that local NAACP
officials in Mississippi had recom
mended withdrawal, but that no
decision will be made on this sug
gestion until tt can be considered
by the full NAACP Board on Jan
uary 4.
DR. KING
ACCEPTS THE
NOBEL PRIZE
(CONTINUED FROM I'AOE ONE)
terview with noted TV commenta
tor Alistair Cooke to be telecast
December 12. Cooke asked the At
lanta churchman If he was not
f:.Ud that "perhaps some day you
n- »y be killed aa Ohandt was."
King acknowledged hla debt to
the late Indian leader for his non
violent program and said: "Th're
Is nothing In non-violent activity
that aaya you will not be the reci
pient of violent*. It doesn't say
that you won't be tha recipient of
death."
Dr. King declared that most
Important to him la aot "how
tong one lives, bat how well
one lives, not th# quantity of
one's life hat the quality of
one's life."
He told Cooke on the ABC-TV
program, which will include Dr
King’s acceptance speech in Nobel
Prise ceremonies in Oslo, that "un
tamed auflerlng con be redemptive
for physlnol death Is a price that I
must pay to free millions of chil
dren and millions of my withe
brothers from a permanent psy
chological death and a perman
ent death of the spirit. I don't
think any thing can be more re
demptlve."
The head of th* Southern
Christian Leadership Confer
ence contended la the ABC
TV prggraui produced by Wal
ter Shwiaasor that his Nobel
Fauee Ft to* award "tn a sense
gives real vindication to th*
whole non-violent program
and th* non-violent method of
grappling with tha problems
at racial Injustice In our coun
try. The Nobel Prise gives to
th# method and philosophy of
non-rtoirnce a kind of under
standing and a kind as respect
that will certainly deepen my
•wn commitment and I am
sure will aka sense other peo
ple to deepen their commit
"l phut to give every cant of this
maney to the civil rights move
men." said Dr. King of the 854.000
In prise money which he will r»t
in the Nobel Prim ceremonies In
Oslo.
Dr. King wtn be one of three A
mertoans to aeoept Nobel Prises ‘n
Oslo and Stockholm oeremoni-s
which will bo telecast for the first
time tn the U. 8. December ia
The other two am Dr. Konrad E
Bloch of Harvard University who
won the prim tn medicine for h.s
reeceroh on cholesterol, and Dr
Char tea H. Townee of the Mum
ehumtte Institute of Technology
who got tha Nobel Prim tn physics
tor his development of maser and
laser rays to project radio and
light beams, lha peace prim to
presented In Oslo and the science
and literature prime In Stockholm
BURGLAR, WHO
CUT THROAT,
SENTENCED
(CONTfWUSD PUn** PAfIV 1*
Ha Bad beau ahargag with
Mmmmt wi2£*!Utl?alJK
as MV E. 3mma Street an De
cember tt, 1888.
Polks Officer Ralph Johnson
stated in court last wash that he
ran Boons down on toot and caught
him after bring called to tha home
by the women.
lha ether warrant agataa*
Beene charged him with cater
ing too hams of John P. Voar
hsoa, IBM Fatevtsw Rand an
and Ha"**
Boon# first got into trouble with
"the tow" when ha arm IS year*
old and sentenced to sarvv 10 year,
at tha Morrison Training School.
Hoffman, after two convictions for
burglary according to records and
files of the Raleigh Police Depart
ment.
Re was sentenced to 12 month*
SHAW STUDENTS HEAR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE FOR AMERICAN OIL COM
PANY—Robert J. Hengstebeck, center, is seen talking with Shaw Vniveraity science majors, on
Monday, December 7, at Shaw University, concerning the opportunities available for Negroes in
the petroleum industry ,
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GETS TROPHIES Miss Marie Smith, oresident ol the sixty-live piece marching band of
Sampson High School, Clinton, is receiving tnphies lor winning lsf place at the Elks Parade in
Gastonia. The band is under the direction ol William Spruill. Jr. Pictured (/. so r.) Perry Solice,
O. A. Dupree, Rev. K. P. Battle. Marie Smith, Walter Murphy and William Spruill, Jr.
Supreme Court Hears Argument
On Jury Exclusion Os Negroes
WASHINOTON The 0. S.
Supreme Court was asked to atrnce
down a practice utilized by num
erous southern communities to
systematically exclude Negro citi
zens form Juries.
Mrs. Constance Baker Mot
ley, associate counsel of the
NAAL'P Legal Defense Fund,
argued that the 1963 convic
tion of Robert'Swain should be
reversed.
Case Owner
Killed Over
Fifty Cents
PASCAGOULA. Miss <NPI> -
Willie Reeves, owner of a case lo
cated outside Moss Point, was snot
to death during a fight over SO
cents he allegedly owed another
man.
Charged in the slaying is Curtis
Tate, who was listed in fair con
dition at Singing River Hospital
with gunshot wounds of the stom
ach and log.
The Jackson County sheriff s
office said a third. Selven Mc-
Dower. was also slightly wounded
in the -shooting spree.
on the roads in 1907 for house
breaking ami larceny, and m 195.;,
he received 15 years in prison, af
ter pleading guilty to 18 separate
charges of house breaking and lar
ceny.
Boone had only been free on
parole a short time when he was
arrested on the before-mentioned
charges.
As Boone's lawyer. Clyde Doug
las. war asking for an individual
poll of the jury, one suddenly yell
ed. "The prisoner s cut his throat.”
Solicitor Ransddell. who said he
had noticed B.vone "drag his hand
aeioap his throat four times," term
ed the incident a show of "theat
rics '
The jury deliberated for 7 1-J
hours be lore returning the guilty
verdict at 11 am Friday.
GOV. SANFORD
FREES THIRTEEN
(co.MixiiD mow r\uc n
had appealed their convictions to
the State Supreme Court, but these
appeals have since been with
drawn.
Others beside Rev. Smith,
who received cammataUens.
were: Barry C. Boyette, Atlan
ta. Ga.. ce-chairmaa at CORE'S
Duke autl. whs received 6*
days; Larry WUsaa. Elisabeth
Laitaev. Joseph Tiegar, Cha
liese P. Cattail. Arthur B. Si
mane. Babby Ferguson. Willie
Wynn, Arthur Crisp, J. V. Dru
ry. Pot-erf T. Os barn ami Da
vid Smith.
In commuting the terms, the gov
ernor said he wanted to Day bis
re*peels to trial Judge Mallard,
whose faithfulness and firmness
and leral ability are outstanding
and well appreciated.
The conviction* will remain on
the record, the governor concluded.
While a few Talladega Countyelther civil or criminal cases.
Negroea are included op ihe Jury This was Mrs. Motley's nin
rolLs, they have been consistently th appearance before the U. S.
struck by proeecutors, Mrs. Mot- Bupreme Court Assisting her
ley * ire seed. were Legal Defense Fund Di-
The U. 8. Civil Rights Commto- rector Counsel Jack Green
ston's 1961 report Indicates that berg; James M. Nabrit 111.
this practice to widely used across Michael Meltsner and Frank
the deep south. Heffron of the Fund’s New
Robert Swain, the defendant. York headquarters,
was sentenced to death for the al- Cooperating Attorneys Orzell
leged rape of a white woman. Billingsley, Jr. and Peter Hall of
The civil rights lawyer pointed Birmingham assisted on the case
out that no Nwro has served on aas did volunteer attorney Henry
trial Jury in Talladega County inM. dl Suvcro.
CPt&L Sales Position
Changes Announced
The following changes in Care- 1
Una Power & Light Companv's <
sales department have been an
nounced by H. G. Isley, vice presl- j
dent and general sales manager.
W. B. McOowen, manager of the i
Eastern Division, with headquar
ters at Wilmington, has been nam
ed manager ot the Central Sa<es
Division, with headquarters < t
Southern Pines. He replaces J. M
HP , i
DR. KING CONFERS WITH HOOVEfi—Tt* Rev Mar
tin Luther, King, Jr., n shown in Washington’hat Wednesday,
leaving tha Faderal Bureau ot Investigation building, attar con
ferring with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Dr. King requested
the conference in tha wake of a verbal laud between the two. Ngh
tighted when Hoover called (fie Nobel Prise winner, the most no
torious her in the country ” {UPI PHOTO).
Howarth, who will remain as sales
consultant.
L. Ray Stallings, residential
sales coordinator ot the Southern
(South Carolina) Division, is pro
moted to division manager at Wil
mington. replacing McOowen.
James C. Casey, commercial
sales representative of the Harts
ville. 8. C. District, is promoted to
rerl * ntlal sales coordinator of tbe
“MISS FIRST BAPTIST' Mrs. Rosa Kenlaw was ctomn
ad “Miss First Baptist”, the winner in the annual Homacdoung
service, held at tha church last month. MrS. Kenlaw was sponsor
ed by the Women's Guild Club ot the church. Tha lat rumar-up
was Mrs. Melba Summerville, sponsored by the Deacon Board;
2nd runner-up was Miss Leeaie Sampson, sponsored by the Senior
Board. $1,700.00 was raised in the drive.
Rodgers Elementary School
WILLIAMSTON The Roders
Elementary School has entered in
to Its third academic year and is
continuing to grow with many
Fuquay
Consolidated
EAGLES CLAW BISON!
By Glenn ElUatt
FUQUAY SPRINGS—The Bison*
erf Fuquay Consolidated found the
Eagles of Cooper High School of
Clayton, flying too high as the
Eagles took both games of a dou
ble-header In Clayton last Friday
night
The Junior varsity game was ev
enly matched for three quarters
but the fast-breaking Eagles went
out front early In the fourth quar
ter and retained this lead to win
the ball game 87-27.
The varsity Bisons met with a
similar fate In the second game of
the double-header. The Eagles
placed seven point* on th# score
board before the Bisons could find
the mark. At the end of the first
half the Eagles were leading by a
■core of 23-13. The Bison* fought
back furiously during the second
stanza but were behind at the final
whistle, 59-51.
Southern Division, replacing Stall
ings.
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GEM WATCH SHOP
MS FAIEIIRIHXR OT. TE MUt
Fresh Pork Picnics lb. 29c
Pork Sausage lb. 33c or 3 lU. 79c
Good Weiners lb. 30c or 3 IU. 99c
Pork Boston Butts lb. 39c
Fresh Spare Ribs lb. 35c or 3 lbo. 99c
Crescent Bacon lb. 35c or 3 lbo. 99c
End Cut Pork Chops lb. 45c
Rib Beef Steak lb. 65c
Center Cut Pork Chops lb. 57c
Fresh Neck Bones or Pig Feet lb. 13c
Luzianne RT Coffee lb. 67c
Sliced Pork Steak lb. 47c
HORTWrSCASHSTORE
achievements.
Rodgers has a faculty of fourteen
and an active PTA membership ot
approximately forty-five.
During this abort Span of admin
istration the school has purchased
lunchroom equipment, stage cur
tains, a new piano, and office equip
ment. Recently Shrubbery has been
purchased and planted around the
entire campus. All of the lunch
room equipment has been paid tor,
the piano, and some office equip
ment
The school has had a full sched
ule thru far, featuring religious
programs, a Halloween Carnival,
ar -r a Thanksgiving Fellowship
Dinner which was attended well
by parents ans students.
The PTA programs for the year
Include a PTA Talent Stow, De
cember IS, at 8:00 p.m., a Bridal
Wedding, a Box Rafle, a Spring
Carnival, and a Fashion Show. (All
date* tor programs not mentioned
will be posted later.) Supervised
socials are also sponsored tor riu
dents from time to time.
Rodgers School is proud of its
progress under its principal, Mr, A.
R .Ton** and Mr Dallas T.ynnv
PTA president
MEMORIAL DAY MILEAGE
Race drivers at Indianapolis get
about tour miles per gallon using
special fuels at a $1 a gallon, tha
Catholic Digest finds.
There are two side* to every law
suit the legal and the moral aide.
    

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