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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, August 08, 1940, Image 8

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Durham Resident Draws
Six Months For Beating
Lucille Prevatte
Hampton (Hampy) Thorpe, of Dur
ham, convicted some days ago of
assaulting Lucille Prevatte, whom
he allegedly brought here in an au
tomobile from Myrtle Beach and
beat in a cabin at Roosevelt Gardens,
was sentenced to a term of six
months on the state highways in
recorder’s court yesterday morning.
He noted a 10-day stay of judg
ment and his bond was fixed at $500.
Janette Council, 721 Swan street,
charged with an assault, was found
not guilty.
Walter Powell, 615 Brunswick
street, charged with assault with a
deadly weapon with serious injuries
after he allegedly cut Rhuron Rich
ards, was sentenced to six months
on the state highways. He noted an
appeal to superior court.
On a charge of cutting Annie Bell
Williams with a knife, William Wat
'*son, of McCumber’s Station, was
given a year on the state highways,
and on a charge of cutting Mary
Lillie Bennerman with a knife, he
was given an additional six months.
Sam Davis, 1113 Love’s alley,
charged with assault with a deadly
weapon on a female, was given two
months on the state highways.
Cathren Ford, of Smith Terrace,
charged with an assault, was re
manded to juvenile court.
Elizabeth Galloway, 311 South
Seventh street, charged with an as
sault, was fined $5 and the costs of
Sammie Lee Watson, charged with
larceny and receiving, was found
not guilty.
Thomas Gore, Ocean Terrace,
charged with violating the liquor
law, drew a continuance until Mon
In all, 21 cases w’ere called yester
Enforcement Agencies
Holding Session Here
A conference of law enforcement
agencies in southeastern North Car
olina opened in the federal court
room in the customiiouse yesterday
afternoon at 2 o’clock under the di
rection of Ed Scheidt, head of the
Feaderal Bureau of Investigation in
this state.
The closed meeting was open only
to law enforcement officers called
together by the FBI to learn of
plans for coordinating the work of
law enforcement agencies in this
area pertaining to national defense
and internal security.
At the meeting it was also antici
pated that the policy of the federal
government in handling national de
mise investigations would be ex
plained and that the officers would
be iieformed in detail of the assist
ance and cooperation which they
could render in a national emer
Farm-Business Co-Op
Will Convene Tonight
The Farm, Civic, and Business
Cooperative association will meet in
• monthly business session at 8
o’clock tonight at the office of R.
W. Galphin, county farm agent, in
the customhouse.
The group will consider the per
fection of further organizational de
tails and the working out of defi
nite policies looking toward an im
provement in the relations between
farmers and business men in New
Hanover and adjoining counties.
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