Concern, contributions and cleaning up marked Charlotte's responses today to the bombings which damaged the homes of four Negro leaders early yesterday and to the glare of national publicity which resulted.
Mayor Stan R. Brookshire, City Manager William J. Veeder, County commissioner chairman Sam T. Atkinson, Jr. and County Manager J. Harry Weatherly paid a courtesy call this morning to the home of Negro city councilman Fred D. Alexander, one of the victims. . . .
The other homes bombed were those of local Negro attorney J. LeVonne Chambers and Dr. Reginald A Hawkins, a dentist and militant integration leader.
Mr. Chambers and his wife spent the night in their damaged home at 3208 Dawnshire Ave. Someone contributed as piece of plywood to cover a smashed window.