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SATURDAY/OCTOBER 19, ItfiO
Rooseveltf s Ne^ Army Jim Crow^
Policy Arouses ire Of Leaders
Wire FDR In Protest
94^ Y'Oric Anoioaecmenit by tfoold dtanks for iHm moaatot m
^l^d«nt RooMTth W«d&MdA7 American r«th«r tlun ten ira*
f of i a»w ftnuy pollcjr e«Qinc fol^ porition of th« K«w Deal But
(mtamtioo vokrvd aAd that Mcond atatament a«ot>t hav-
whtte jioldiari anti- tlw caiitiiKiad ing no Nacio«a tn the regular
vm, at «ffl«an Ul azMnff army, of eomoaiukii rank, ex-
reig^ar imuy Mtts twovght cept dootoiw and preaehera, that
atvift protMt^ aavd aatidaaniMtttcn ia pordiy RooaavaltiaB. Perhapa
froiQ N«rno lead^H ‘thosMAy. w« rfboold aay, nd^er, that it ia atn>o«> arm taotka adopted
Arrest CIO Workers
Who Assault Agents
'New Orleans, — Six men wore
axireated Toaaday in ooiuieetion
that he h«|^ it ^ould alwaiys be
.’ni/Mikt ill# 4^^ and work
Walter'Bo«iitM>iiiAooUi«!n and Uitt |i,x tii« avenfa atrike againat the M#»t|Wnairy. ’ ,The hot^e
and IXnwlaM ^ ^WMjpiijd iy ,'the kte
” «hd Mrt. Eooize,
Army To Call
Waahington — The Army Ntir-
aea Corps which now oonsiaUi of
. - . 1,000 nurses working in 46 stat-
Uotuid Bayoa, Hiaa. T h ^ tion ho^itals and at ©ther pcdnta
famong manaion which was the througlwut the country is to be
hometead of the late lajah, Mont- auigimented hy 4,01'9 nvLrae® by
gonvery, founder of the, all Ne- next July. Of these \J2Slo will he
gpo toflTO sf Mound Bayou,, has required by Dec. 1C, 1940;5 It, i«
been aold to A. C. Springfield mjt known whether any ’ Ne^ro
of Kound lArke, Mias. . Mr. Ltiraes wiU be called. Selections j
^ingfleW, a aucceiH^ul iper- h* mado from the ranks of
cOant a^ planter, aaid he had registered Red Cro*a nurses,
not dMided joat what ^ he Throiwhout the aouth, there are
Would pui lae ^jpan^n to, but ^ nuTn4)er of Ne^ro n^es, fully
Green Returned From
Va. To Face Charge
U. S. Issues Call For
Washin'gton — Announcement
aee^dilted wMtb the !£ed Cronj. Iwaa n^de this week by the U. S.
Tlw U. S. Nary will call . 1^900 Civil iService Commiasion that
Opportunity Editor [MYSTERY SLAYER
Says America Need OF YOUNG GIRL
Have No Fear Of APPREHENDED
nunas. It atteim an aaured fact there is at present a grreat demand i ^|y|Q||g N6^06S
that noiie of these will be colored for toolmakers fof the national'
acojrding to observer* who re-,defense program and. the Gom-
tary, and PliiHini, brati^H BoosereH bag anoettalbad It, Louisiana, U^lty
^iTfctor iloBg a« ba raecoimbad long a«o, for jyff tofwrwe oomo#prlea. T^^>•e _ _ _
^ pfttfeieal taaaooa, - to aBas*«>>4n a^ted En)«M Wljttltt, .daiig^r p«d nurgea o entar navy miartc^ tnged all QUjUifiei^ /*'•-? 'V'^k — “Tbexe b«j
ant oi H)e 3>«aMiooa feae? oor Hgbt ^nat genarat aegw- CIO organlaar for the a««nt'a ^ c«»^ter membera of the sons to apply. About 600 appoint little doubt th«i th'e Nagrt, pe#.
in« Car Portara, l«d the.way in gafclom and our fight against *nion; Zack Ramsey, 27, and >* ^tnDy«ray aUysa *«#. fou«id- jjaval Re«srve Nurees Corps.
d«Bo«ndng> ^aagmHr*tM>B Hie m,b ajwdoni. Iiouia Fourj^, 21, strlkii^ agents 4®“*^ •omewhatin
•r^y, WliiU }ta»dolph .aant _ . . ^^ Wetker w*th Cbria WUlUma,'«»•.of
**«fe»n«a should “B" S!T V
wSL (rS^luTlL with'“^ ^ ptomoted, in raapect of ^ d, bodUy harm,
Wtm* and'IRanaolplh, ,w«o with ^ TKAmi ■frmi. with aaaault and robbery.
T. ArhiM Hm. NTYA otffcW. eott-^ I^esix were arrested after
feered'wtth Pveeldenft ItooeweH nj _„_ui’ un and n«atta-- «*3aulting Norman Breteavx, 21,
Jfaal Secretary PriiA Snox afid "P
ad «bont seven yaan of southern ColHmtoia,f6. G.'^ MJA Bnt-
nation#! affairs, were ainher 'lias* been api>oi^«d -niani
too, at the the be^ ragiment. In th* »*«*««? ««• the ^isiana of tW new Ne^''low-houi-
pra«aattt« isrtate-^ auxance. com^ny. _ T1»e men ar- ing;.prdi»aci,'AUen^^edi«t;ihire.
oa,9»t of army policy itoptted th«y ^
IB w.w.'^.nd '*
dolnh »li4 ^ horaaa 'for white oadets
• -We'V)l,t ^ ***
y««..appro^ of wa,
m«»t regarding Negroes Ip T
aMn^d fonee. whi^h preclude,
Nogro offfce™ excapt hapUina
WendeO WiOkie '
Invades New York’s
Harlem; Huge Crowd
^ , New York — Promking that if
and doebow In wgujar army ^ ^ if elo^^ Crow depaft-
unit, other than two national r”** ^ ^ nwnts in Waahin»tion will vaniah’
gawd re«4menta staffed by No- V* 'We^eU
to TMicify the Pnilippines for
reated art sftid to have ^oonfegrod. ujg appoiin.ttaJieat s#t atJ rest^ ru-t
motfc that a whittfk pauo misrht
aeQure the ;^^t. THe jpftject I4
-nan^ fiorr *he ft^o.,coljo4fp»>^ip}t
pHay 'SO -important « ia .tha.
life of' Columbia . lUid Hm state,
' Alkuj ajvd ., Benedict ^llege.
There wijj ^
inents wiJl be made in the IVank 5*e »re dissatisfied and rrtwnttBl
for Araenal alone and a larjre of the shabby and undemocratic
number of vacancies In other treatment which ia being aecorJ-
odidlnanco and naval e#t«Jbifsh-|ed them by their country in the
ments will also ba made. |midst of its pr^ration to defen.i
• Applicants .most be between the American, way of life,” says
the ages of M and 62, must Elmer Anderson Carter, editor
eh IV that they have ^xsMfjpIeted a Opportunity, Journal of Ne.
full ' 4-year aj^pren-ticeahfp »s Wf®, in the current issue of
toolmaker, or ave had at leaafc 4 lhat matnutlne. “These w^»cr ore
years praoMcal experience- in the concerned can, if they will, r^-
JMemphas, Tenn. -*- The launch toade, the s'ubstantial equivalent ’*’®''^® t^* causes of this dissatis^ ^v., the cnirapled body of n*ne
isnig pf the candacy of C.* Arthur ‘of such completed apprenticeship, fwtion and iMure the historic ye®r oW, iJvelyn SuBnn^y.
Bruce, Riopubliqan candidate for -They must be able to read blue-, Royalty of the Negro by usiriif ^ iTAg^t First street and
govem/cfi; of the State ;of Tenn. Vriata, must be experienced^ their influence and efforts ^ *** Atfiievifle, N. C., shot to deaih as
at Chlcsa. hotel here thia^ week the use of pre^jisiop. _ jrages, mea- N^to is accorded eqoAl- ^Iked off from her n»“r-
hrought’ forth ^ 'prdfcesta from suiing inatmment's, etc. The'pay 9^ opportunity,” to. Carter in .front of 710 Se-
l(i^^ No^ iRep'iiblicans'who de-acale ranges from '^6.'2'4 p«r day, "Derao«raey is meaning gtrpet
oi|vrfed therBselVeS opposed to ,to about $1.17 1-^2 per H‘ti% deprived of, glain ^rl. areordioy to n
Charl^ete (Flash!) —HoflSoe
Green, of 5*1 South Morrow
Street, »u^>«et in the m|ia-
tery alaying of Him Eveyn
Sammey 9*Aurd»y nig^it
takfift ia e^iJboly by poltee
early ithis week in paAers-
We«t Virginia. Green apon
aaestioning by pciice admitt
ed his g»aty. West V\xipBSm.
authorities waTed extradition,
and ttie prisonear wall be re.
j Jturaed to Obarljjkte to stand
I Charlotte — .Grto murder stalk
jed the streets of CharWtte 1^
'Saturday night, leaving it*
for pireaident, invaded
We further vSgorously qtteAlcfv American le»derahi(i, Harlem, reputed New Deal strong
y>otir statement that moMle is ^ hold, Tuesday ni^bt, spofke to
aftlendid in existding Nagro units I hundred* of Negro nj^e Ujah 6,000 paokted into the
of the reigular anny. Many an- reaerve offtcens, many of whom Q^jdeoi 3«ie Ballroom and was
listed men in these segregated valuable experieniCe in the by fully aa many persons
lunKM hava made repeated pro- World War, and whoi oould j^nunlng the atreets.
tesftiB at beiimg foi«ed to serve oa ^ tranied quickly for oomniaaid j willkie’s appearance In Harlera
hostlers and aervanti to white ^ ®*“* P®’*#®* *»w and growing sponsored by the local B«-
anwy officers. Wo further qtiea- •^’ny unite. jpubKcan Club and he was intro-
tlfln that Jim chow policy of ^ x.._' duced by Lemar Perkins, former
^ ^ w p««n J'
tory. K has never been aatiafac- but was shcrt ^and
the United ®ontaiin©d many references to re
£24 famUle0jaQ«'lpa^n,fro3n a hotel which barred any first or
|N«gTo .voters . Joffioe.
aecond cla^ post-
ARTISTIC AND EXPERT CARVING
tory nor ia
it now t o Metro
if &e President of
Tn diacusainig the Preg^ent’a
Btatenant befiore the social work
States must yield to the unde no-
cratic American Way of segregat-
“Never in my life have I known
that it ia to disoriminate aigainst
eonfermce mt th« P#nnftSrWfn!a • ^ ^ s^a P®^Pl® bec«is»e of color or race.”
«y he diould not add the
botal niumday night, Detn Wm.
ilnautti, aa ;oimniaitder In chief,
Willkie said, “I want to wearn
• # ^ J ,9 Tiw-irr leaders of yo«r race, fcr their
■“n,. nnmiiw P»W wte ■
the Prsaident of the Undted Siati'B
■ui bein$r In favor of two very
aetiout anangaments for the Ne*
gn> in our natimwl foreea;
(a) 'Tbat liheve nuiat be aepar-
ate N«gro units in the #rmy
and in any other miUtaiy
ad offitcef^ tn theh- own army
units. That ia most certainly iih-
interests, not to let
your race get under the impress-
for defense of this
ion that the utmost in life is re
He aaid ithat he woukl continue
relief aa long as tiwire were
unemployed in the oofoaitry.
Th© release fpcm the White' S(«ne 80 motoncycle patrolmen
House pr^ agency states thatescopi^ed WSllkie thru iHiaiiem.
3>) That the exiating on)ta ef,the Preaident made these pron-Not a Negro fae* waa seen in his
Nvgroes in ithe regular army, ouncementa, following a oonfor- encoux^e altho the speaikerrt’
meaning' ©f co^W, the 9th andjnnoe with Nlegn> laaden, the piaitiform was liberally aprinlkled
10th cavalriea and tha 84t|>i and implicatipn being that these with themi.
'aBtii Infajjteiea', will have Bo Ne- leaders agreed to ttiat segrega-, Among the l|c«l GOPema 00
gro officers' of nnk except mem- (Jon and degredatkm of their the platfoirm wero Aasistant D.
bmm of the Medical Coips and p«rfpi«. That imipiication ia false: A.'s Francis E. R3ve», Bumlce
ehaplaina. we knoiw aoMe of thoae lead^rp h. (^trter; Fred It Moore, Sara
pieJifeq of, itartiDig the focal 1 cam- information, T&i»y.be. obtained; at ’**'* chance to work becauae «iven voqi^ correapoadont.
tt.h- ««lor Tri,« tan^tody. Mm ■««.
.h»l. W« of tl» PW Strwt
t, «nd« th^ b« «,r- ^ m
Vices to their country because
of their race, and who are sub-
B. First Street;
fihudehtai in commercial diete- Atlantic Coast
- , —3 Dining: Car tlid third from right ia Mr, Hill,
fbf^ gbatsmeDt a©«itvho mat the Praaident, and tfhay PSilham Speaks and Bruce Bar- tica at Tuakogaa institute vmteh Service, hiaplays enviable artl-st inservice caterers auditing C. D.
gmara! segregatioft to tha «myoouM never *groe with him in ton, candidaite for ^e U. S. ^with absorbed interest fA Oliver ry in his deononatratien in m«at. course®, and u
and ctiiw defense fo«Jea, , weaoch * decision. Senate. . (j. Dudn, travelins eJjef of the In thp center is Mrs. Soland H31l!‘demcnatr«tiona
of in^viduai; who
neitWr drank nor smolwd. and
seemingly cared leas for ^ «om
Lieut. Governor Poletti of New
Yritic, and of Oongr^asmen like
jei^ted to indignities unworthy of “ftf^^trusie type
belief even as they march to
deatk coi the field of battle. Such ~ , .. __ qi,,
was the experience of the Negroi ^ * p^»pM ^ .
in the World War, and the Negro ^ «“
is determined that he shall noti®^- «#»■—
again undergo the humU»tion,| J «#
ostracism, and contempt} which e«*>**g s^PP*’'^ • j
he got in the training campa of business ber Ian 1 ^ ®“ *•«—
America and in Prance without •t»««t ^ n«>*ed ‘ *
struggle.” jgo*ag hom to bed; rve guc o
Kot to work early tomcrrow."
The editcTial points out that outside o£ the Sweet
in all the history of the Negro ^ ,en later ia e»-
in America there has never been , , „,g^rin wHh two umilenllfted
a single instance of hi, «iWoyal- and ap|>«ei»tly ac-
ty, and commends the efforts of cdmpaai^d them t> soma tuid«*-
men like Governor L^l^n and place; for she wiu*t
. in conraration with a man aaJ
^milton F^A of New and ^
Tho^ C. He«nin^ of Misaouri ^ g«;oiid street.
for ju«,ce to the Negro. | „1 indic^on,. th. wirt*.
We would suggest to thoae er of the deady weaim.^
who are genuinely intereated in 38 ealibar revolver, Mngeiil ea
the N^ro and whicae anxie^^ as the scene of the Vrtme^ a
to his role in tiie crisis ia real that *^er ©r not the girl arsM aii«4kl^
they immediately tirike atepa to wotmdad arottaed by the
aee.tdiat Negre youth ia peinaittai tamed cat porch li^ta of rr'ii
to enter indus^ and to aaeute enta tn tiie vicinity, who kiil
the training being freely offered lie«rd the shot and tha,,
to other Americana” -tfie editor* cries of the yooag wall
ial ata-tea, *^at they os* their 'qu|'«acly pdi^ted ttha «l
influence to remove the color weapon, and eabaly wi||M"^
bar in the United Stataa Army tt» scene. Availabl*
and Navy, that they aee to ft able to ftraUk h
■^•t Negro di*afteea are not sant'o^ears wtth a aary fai
to araaa artiera they will he sttb>j«»' the idanllly «(
jeeted to Insult and haiaiMatloa ap to jinif tiiaa 01^ •
Jend sometimaa actual phyaieal iBoraea Oraea.
listing In practical violence liy tha chrillan gg4 H.
in ezparkaantal. tioa.” 4^a leea*