At Mt. Rainier, Edwards met his match: two white housewives. According to the Washington Post, during his racist rant over the bullhorn, "'Say that down at 14th and U!' heckled Mrs. Carroll Carrozza, 31, of Pittsburgh, who was passing by. She and her weekend hostess, Carolyn Banks, 25, of 69 Victor St., NE, then began to sing 'We Shall Overcome,' borrowing the bullhorn from Edwards."