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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                Charges Varied In Court Today A varied docket was pre before Judge Tom M thews in todays session of C y Cases presented by Solicitor Jim Ezell and their dispositions j Hay ward Route speeding sub mitted costs James Nash Coun parking The Rocky 20f P Of Week Mossey Member Of Force Since 1960 406 sub Eddie Crawford M die public drunk mlted fine and costs Guin Davis 436 Caro lina public drunk pray er for judgment Richard 717 Carolina no drivers license sub mitted fine and costs Emma Scotland improper turn costs Thomas Route failing to stop for a stop costs Jessie speeding submited costs David 536 Washington hit and run dam s 11 consolidated for judg driving involving property days no driver cense Wiliam 522 Mari gold parking in loading zone submitted costs Leroy 918 Raleigh public drunk 30 days or fine and costs Harold Route parking overtime submited costs Note This is one In R ser ies of stories about Rocky Mounts The Tele gram Is publishing the feature in cooperation with the citys Jaycecs who will present a certificate of appreciation to the policeman named each Motor patrolman Mas joined the Rocky Mount Police Department in A native of Nash he graduated from Middlesex High Before coming to Roc ky Massey worked with the State Prison Department in Since coming to the local po lice Massey has attended a number of local police Married to the former Dottie Jean Murray of Spring he resides at 512 Mill They have a age Massey is a member of the Floods Chapel Free Will Bap tist He is a member of the TwinCounty Masonic Lodge and is chairman of the Safety Committee of the Wilkin son School His favorite hobby is coin col Mussey likes to hunt and said he also r m F Car Hits Train Driver Injured The driver of a car which rammed Ihe side of a moving Irain at the Pentfcr SI reel branch crossing early Sunday morning was but not Gerald of 905 Tarboro reportedly was knocked unconscious in the wreck and was taken to Park View Damage was estimated at 500 to his 1965 The train was being operated by according to investigating policeman The wreck was at I Friday at two collided on church south of Kingston send ing Richard of Kingston one of the driv to Park Viek His injuries were not reported ser Driver of the other car was Bonita of 108 Rosa Damage was estimated at to Hopkins 1958 Mercury and to the Freeman a 1903 Policemen Watson and Melton charged Hopkins Construction Start Here On Hardees Complex Ground Soon roken Leonard Hnwls and James Gardner president and exe cutive vice president of Hardees Food Systems broke ground this cold morning for a new square foot headquarters complex in the Rocky Mount Industrial Park across Church from Muni Miss Alma a Miss Murchison NamedChoperone ForCity Students Going To England cipal member of the faculty of Rocky m mL if m V r A huge outdoor billboard beMount Senior High has hind the scene of the ceremony been appointed a chaperonc by heralded it as the new headthe American Institute For Kor quarters for a growing chain eign Study lo accompany a organization of limited menu drivein Construction of the new build ing will begin It will be basic masonry sal in architecturally highlighted with black alumi solar screens and white orecast concrete The building is expected to be com group of Rocky Mount students Dieted next The consolidnted ers fncilites wiM to the University of Durham in Local high school stu dents are enrolling for a mid summer semester in English Literature and These excited North Carolina students are already making prepara tions for next summers trip lo England and genera distribution cen and manufacturing will include general execu tive and administrative offices i Jesse public drunk 20 Gold submitted fine and costs Jesse breaking and entering and lar mondhs on the David r unlawful train riding 30 on the roads or cost susnended on conditions parents send for Thomas Moore unlawful train riding game judgment in above James public drunk 30 days or and costs Bennie fiOG Wash ington hit ami run driving involving properly damage CO days on Ihe bond Jimmie 006 Wash ington hit and run driving involving property damage 60 days on the bond ACL Reports Purchase Of 100 Aluminum Cars with disorderly conluct and nomanufacturinS PIant and fre liability Aeco d to their Hopkins would nt give information about the wreck to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad has placed order for 100 covered hopper cars to be built of alumi ACL President Thomas Rice announced The jumbo with a capac ity of 100 tons or cubic are designed primarily for transporting bulky commod such asgrains and other relatively lightweight Order for the proximately placed with Company of of ap was Reynolds Metals Tar Heel Gets j n Education Post DURHAM Howe executive dufjctor of the Learning Institute of North Car olina will become commissioner of education next was appointed by President Johnson Saturday to succeed Francis now as sistant secretary of edu cation and The one of the top educa tional positions in the federal will round out an educational career for Howe that spans from public school teacher to university A native of Howe hr 5 headed the learning insti tute since it was organized in the spring of LINCs pur pose is to find new ways of im proving public Its headquarters is in who resides in Chapel said the new job will g ve him an opportunity to work to ward improving the possibility of education for all kinds of people Of Im sorry to leave this he It really has been an ing who described himself as not a Phi Beta has gives the communities trols in Localism in he gives the communities the right to have both good and and the right has been liberally exercised in both What the federal government is now about and the states have been about for some is to curtail the right to have bad Howe graduated from Yale in 1940 and taught history in New York State for two years before entering the After World War II he earned an de gree from Columbia After teaching and serving as principal in schools in Mass a no Ohio until he WPS named superintendent of scols in a he held until coming to D He is a trustee of Vns sar and the College Emr nee minntlon Board and adjunct ossor of education tit Duke He has served as to several school sv ti and they will be built by Magor Car Company at New They will be built of light weight aluminum to make in creased payload possible and eliminate The cars will be equipped will a center trough hatch along the top for greater flexibility in ami ail of thorn wili have roller This makes more than new freight cars ordered by Coast Line this Hice Chapter At State nitiates Battle Octavius son of and Battle of 521 Peachtree of Rocky was recently initiated into the national Pi Kappa Phi Frater a student at State is enrolled in Engineering School and plans to graduate in The Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded in 1904 at the Col lege of It now has 57 undergradu ate chapters and 48 alumni with over mem bers in the United STOLEN CARS NEW YORK AP Michael president of the Na tional Automobile Theft says preliminary estimates indi cate a record of cars were stolen in Club Robbed About in change was taken from four machines at the Peppermint Club over Hie according to Nash County Deputy Sheriff The deputys report stated that the thief prised open the back then rifled two a pinball and a cigaret Owner of the establishment Joe John son said nothing else was dis Investigation is Two Are Hurt On Highway 97 Three persons were injured in a twocar traffic accident about six miles west of Rocky Mount on 97 this morning at State Trooper Morgan identified the three as Edwin Lonnie and his Jordan of Census Bureau Survey The annual survey of hired farm work and the first phase of a hunting and fishing survey by the Census have recently according to direc tor of the Census Regional Of fice in The farm work survey is be ing done for the Depart ment of It will de termine the number of persons who work full or parttime as hired farm The hunt ing and fishing survey will gel national statistics on each ac tivity for the Department of La Regular monthly inquiries will be supplemented by the surveys lo provide information for the ureau of Labor Statistics of Elm City and Carl William Blackwood of Morgan said the cause of the accident is as yet although he did state that Black woods vehicle ran into the rear of the Jordan Both aulos were damaged about The Injured were carried to Park View Hospital anil after ttlackwond sul iered a fractured left wrLsl and sustained abrasions and contus Blackwood is an employe Loving and of Panel Planned On Civil Rights LAURINBURG Five pane lists of wide experience in race relations will look at leadership and civil rights before an aud ience made up ol the public and Andrews Presbyterian Col lege students on Jan uary the Department of I Full title of the panel discus All family members ninejsion is Civil Rights and the Local Community Alternatives in It is part of the colleges f reshm an English and the community at large is also being invited information is now being collectthrough civic ed from selected sample years or older will be asked questions to determine how many hours of hunting and fishing they and how much they spent on the The M m mmm mr m m mm mf mmmr and religious holds in the Moderator of the panel will Little Room For Gloom The Kerzman Home By MARTIN RAY Bismarck Tribune Writer AP Theres not much room for gloom in a house filled with 18 noisy children not to mention two grownups and occasionally a couple of kittens and a At the Kerzman home 15 newly doin orphaned their best children are to carry on Ex r i t I n without their James and his were killed 20 as the ambulance rush ing Kerzman to a hospital slammed into the back of a grain She had given birth to her 15th a only a few hours The accident also deprived seven other children of Julius driv er of the was killed The Kerzman story told by The Associated Press touched the hearts of A fund surpassing has been raised to help the An other fund to aid Burtells and her children also has been Today the 15 Kerzman chll M dreu home are still in their tarrn 13 miles northeast of in southwestern North and has authored many mhey are beinc cared 1 f mm W ailules on Grants T DURHAM lg Two have e grants been lor by and Melford brotherinlaw and sis ter of The who have three teeoage children of their f 1 f C ed Duke University by the education The ion awarded High Point with a Duke received one of four Esso grants to sunport projects to stremtfhfn their un dergraduate A grantwent the Duke Chemis try closed down their arm to devote full The area interviewer for the be Hervey membei Census Bureau is Mildred of the Laurinburg Community McArthur of Betterment Committee and manager of McNair Panelists will include past chairman of the Fay etteville Human Relations Coun cil and a member of the gover nors Good Neighbor Council and Harmon assistant professor of Christian ethics at Duke Two other speakers will be Sarah W Herbin of Dur field representative of the North Carolina Fund and form At the other end of the age er member of Sanfordr scale is Mayruths big Good Neighbor Council and He has taken over I Julian Neighbor Council and Julian public informa The is home from the hospital Having her home really perked up the said the 1 role in the lives of his brothers and Jimmy was a freshman engi neering student at Dickinson tion officer of the Student Non violent Coordinating and memberelect of the Geor State College when the tragedy gia State He dropped out of colThis is the sixth Happening lege to help get things squared for English a series of pro away at home and has notisrams planned to involve fresh men in lively events lo prepare them for writing and The program will begin at in the Laurinburg National Guard lltia 11VJI decided when he will return to The decision will deoend largely on how much he thinks he is needed at The Kerzman farm grows mostly with some feed gram and about 60 head of cat Right now Jimmy and his uncle are caring for the ani patching up fences and buildings and working on farm who makes his living by carpentering as well us far is thinking about adding some bedrooms to the There are six bedrooms now and the buueinoiil is filled with Despite an veragesized din ing room and living the whole family eats togetherat least the night Traff RALEIGH AP Fig Although near time attention to the orphaned young esu j and help keep them to kc ier as a The place gels espe cl lly alier But the youngsters are all good Vehicles says the ul the older o IBS help In rate showed pcjons ing a lid on the younger chil n the traffic death toll rises each year in North the an nual traffic denth rate per miles traveled hns decreased over the past 2 Joe Reglser of the North Carolina Deparlmont of mm i injirert ner mil lion miles traveled in the Rhodes Sch CHARLOTTE AP William president of the sen ior class at Davidson is one of six Rhodes Scholars from the is the son of Julian a vice president of North Carolina National Bank in Young a premeclical will be granted two years of study at Oxford Uni versily in England as a Rhodes Thirtytwo young men from the United States were se elected for the honor this PERKINS HEADS BOARD NEW YORK AP James Cornell Uni versity has been elected chairman of the new board of trustees of the United Negro College Perkins head a group of 45 educators and community incvuling the presidents ot the 33 colleges and uni affiliated with Ihe I L t j 17 V Vv V ii i Vv f if er space for meat leaning chemicals and other oroducts warehouse and dis tribution A gathering of Hnrdees offi cials and city county officials and news media representatives braved the cold weather for the brief followed bv n luncheon at Heritage Restau ra n Following the invocation by the Josh minis tor of Andrews Episcopal various groups posed with the shovel for photograph Mayor John Minges re presented the City of Rocky The fourweek accelerated includes the Modern English Archa eology they will dig for Ro man traces on Hadrians meet young English students and hear lectures given by dis tinguished English public fig ures during the study course at Then the encourage reconven ed at the The City Council gave final approval for sale of the 10 acre site of the new head quarters at its Thursday night The Council requires firms meet certain requirc miMils before soiling the city nwnPd lo Ilnrdpps the building designed Hnrdees stnff Rus sell combines the latest features In industrial Durham Situated on the River Durham is close to the Scottish border and Englands east It is a beautiful Cathedral city whose history dates back to the 10th The Univer MISS ALMA MURCHISON eleven schools with a student body of nearly four Following their fourweek these Rocky Mount and Benvenue High School students will spend ten days sightseeing in England and They will visit StratfordonAvon third oldest in of fol was founded m Like Uxj lowed by four fascinating days ford and Durhamin London visiting the Tower of uses the college system and has Buckingham and the Houses of Miss Murchison and her stu dents will cross the EngUsh Channel to sample French cook ing i the Loire visiting the Chateaux Country and the Cathedral at the for tyday stuiy sightseeing course will be axed with three days in The American Institute For Foreign Study is a nonprofit as sociation of high school students and teachers whose objective is to promote a better understand ing of foreign their languages and The In with national headquar ters at has many members in North During the past sum more than students and teachers from 2 states par ticipated in the Institutes cour ses at nine major universities in and For new courses have been added in and Miss who lives at 1412 Beal teaches English at Rocky Mount Senior High High school students in terested in studying abroad with the American Institute may con tact Miss Murchison at the high Negro Candidate 3rd Takes Look At Future HALEIGH AP Negroes will have a big voice in future elections In eastern North Car says an unsuccessful Ne gro candidate for Congress in a First District primary Sarah a Williamston housewife and civil rights scored second in a lopsided victory by veteran State Walter Jones in the Democratic Jones polled votes to Smalls in the five man appealed for a Negro bloc The First comprising a tobacco and peanut farming has a heavy population of although many are not said he shook more than hands during his fourweek building in a handsome slruc iace c Small lure of classically simple r This is the starling point for Interior lighting is designed allow a selection of light levels From here i think we control n said the and the temperature provides a 12zone se n lection of heating and cooling to insure yeararound workingtlJUJ first Negro cyqgressiQnal date in North rr mf A sound system will pipe music throughout the build 4 Jones said he was surprised at his margin of I not pipe music inrouKiiuuL me uuuu ing and will be used as a only had to comMte against four candidates but also Santa Claus ns servce Private offices and conference many people were busy rooms will be DecoraChristmas he ting in other areas Includes I Jones earned all la counties painted wall surface and vinyl J the nomination te llhc unexPired term of Her Hardces Food System was founded in the ast month of cancer after serv Hardees chain includes 87 Congress 25 taurants in eight states with one I Jones is expected to win over recently opened in Republican John a pohti The company plans 1 science professor at East Carolina in the Jan 22 Jones s niil he was sure he got some Negro votes through out the He declined further comment on this Jones plans to hold his Senate seat until after the special leg islative session in A federal court ordered the legis lature to reapportion the House and Senate and realign the states 11 congressional districts on a population I will serve in the special Jones because the people feel I would be more effective than a new man would to open other units in uaiv 1021 employes itonally The First District tra Hardee Small said she would fio Mnnthiv throughout the chain Monthly rf retail sales stand at W how fl followers would She added f hrh stu is to its restaurants which sQme f will be done from the new build J r ing and at present sells per R from Saturdays vot 3 200 tons ot Jackson of Hertford Ions of sott drinks and thlrd with apple Don Langslotl a winterville t J the new manulactmbanker who had the support of ing plant can process tons Bonners was fourth with of hamburger meat and produce a Dr 0 yVoodrow Pitt man of Ahoskic trailed with Negro civil rights leaders had apple turnovers an The plans will permit expansion as The company recently offered million in securities in ov erthecounter Har dees common stock now sells at per The management also an nounced that within the past year Hardees introduced a fab Retired People Meet At YMCA According to president of the local chapter of the American Association of Retired the next meet ing of the chapter will be held at the YMCA Tuesday at with a dutch He has urged that all mem bers be present and bring a prospective It is the most important meeting of the he COLLEGE PRESIDENT AP Virgil McCain presi dent of Athens has been named president of the new Pershing College The fouryear liberal arts school is scheduled to open to its first freshman class next Opportunities List Dwindling The Opportunity List follows Mother and six no girls ages boys Fuel Mother and 2 girl 13 and boy Mother 5 boys ages Father in prison need fuel and Mother and 8 girls ages Boys Neighbor caring for 3 chil dren whose father deserted them and mother is in Ages of girls Boy Need oil and bed Mother with 4 boys aces O Mother and 2 girl 13 and boy Mother and 5 girls boys need clothes and Three children in foster home girl 15 and boys 15 and Parents with 2 children 16 and need Mother and 6 girls boys and 2 Bed clothes Mother and 6 girls and Boys need Mother and 4 children girl 10 boys Need coal and Mother with 9 year old re tarded 1 other boy age need fuel and Mother and 6 children girls 3 boys Need cloth ing and Mother and 4 children girl age boys Need coal and Mother and 5 girl boys 9 Tak boys Germany Is Preparing World War Fraud Case ricated ortable restaurant building which can be erected Germany and ready for operation in six L i e g e By HANS NEUERBOURG Germany AP German practice this is not unu particularly in a complex Hugh May Returns To Wilson Office Hugh an agent for the State Capital Life Insurance Company and native of Rocky is preparing an I multimilliondollar Deutsch has denied all accu fraud case involving an art lection that vanished in World He took over the Hatvany War lease after successfully repre j f 11 en girls Mother and 4 ages 6 Boy Mother and 4 children age Boys and Need Foodand Mother and 3 children girls 5 boy Mother and 3 Boys Need coal and Mother and 5 children fa ther girls 6 boy need and Mother and 6 f m I Mr mm mmr mmmr mmmr mmmr mm ml Held as chief suspect is senting Iwo other aristocratic j girls boy father Hans an Israeli lawfamilies in restitution publisher and phllanthroPolands Prince Radziwill and His bail of million is the Frances Baron lighest ever demanded in GerR o t h s c h i 1 Edmond Lawyers Deutsch say he collected high Mother and 5 children girl de J boys Need coal and for I 55A 4 children in foster home The stale prosecutors office fees for his but much of in Elm City Girls Boys 6 and Mother with retarded of vi has recently completed says Is under suspithe money went to a course of study at Louisiana cion of having fraudulently oban These included State University and returned tained million in claiming funds for a prize for people conniece 40 years 2 children in M Mm M mi 4 A n I ft mm M mi mi I home girl 7 and boy I jpean Father in 6 child May is the son of MarDeutsch is alleged to have Austrian Chancellor Josef boys garel May of 623 Eastern submitted false evidence that Klaus sat on the board adminlsJVould appreciate coal and His the former Sandra the Nazis in 1944 stole the The first award j Repeat number Father mother but not Six girls Boys Need oil and is the daughter of French impressionist paintings in IOCS went to Spanish philoso t A ft I tBYTfrttll I t 1 1 V 1 and Shuw 01 Wild wood mm mm L and 050 prints collected by Barpher Salvador de on Ferenez prewar The designated 1904 winner was arnings I t i i In his residency at LSU May king of the French culture completed the Programming On behalf of the heirs of BarAndre Before the cer T m r m r mm mr mr mm mmmr mm mf mm mr mmr mm mf M mr T and Fundamentals course tolon Deutsch presented emony was equip him to serve the life based on arrested The arrest stunned philan surance needs of his males by Iwo art LSU at Baton and Prosecution thropic and legal circles where Mother and 3 id boys would appre ciate Mo L 1 Purdue University at who so far have questioned 115 Deutsch enjoyed a high reputaher is in poor Father aiO thn n u lirif n A i I firm Htt nnMc In A nntintUPV HHo I Arl are the only schools oiw ing the Curb The Rocky Mount Curb Market now opening at 4 has announced that Us an imal Christmas Market will bo New hours for the market begun December 17 and will last through and 5 Iris boys Mo witnesses in many He holds the honorary title j seek to prove that the paintings of professor awarded him by I Mother were hauled off by Soviet troops Austria and all documents in when they captured the case refer to him as her been in hospital since July They contend that the a top honor in the 3 released Many med ny collection was far less valuajdemicminded world of German sneaking By the time of his T I bie than Deutsch The investigations have prompted a German court to rule at three preliminary hear ings thai Deutsch is under vu Deutsch had collected slightly more than half of the mil lion settlement on the Hatvany gent suspicion11 of No claim on which he and the gov ionnal charge has been In erumeut agreed in cal family ftai vtry Coal Father deserted i mi 5 Girls boys Need Father medical expenses with youngest Girls   

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