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01. I. NO. 43
City Cross Section
All of Greensboro Is
Taking Part In Effort
A thoroughgoing organisation to
aid in the scrap ndhiinri campaign
rhicb lupins Oct* titer 1 for the salvaging
of waste materials vitally
needed In the imfUin's war effort is
being formed to serve in llo*
OreensboiivRiihiirlnui umi, \vh?'i?*
the drive Is Itelng tip by I .
E. PempRev, city sanitation hihI
garbage superintendent, wlio \v:i?
appointed by IV T. Hitics. chairman
of the comity salvnce rnmiuittee.
Similar organizations ore lieing
perfected by .1. I. Wagoner, mini v
farm agent, who Ir in charge "f rural
Guilford collection*, ami 1.1.
Col. J. C. Minhliinette, who i< directlog
the drive among hK-nl Industrial
Through It. I.. Smith, city mi|torloteodent
of scIihoIk, primljails ami
teacher* are urging pupils to remind
their parents of the campaign and
Its importance. ami to gather up all
scrap materials for depositing at
any fire house or flllnc station, all
of which are ??rviii? as collection
Sub-chairmen hare been appointed
to direct collection activity in
various localities?W. K. Vaunt* In
the Bessemer community. .1. r. Massey
In the McAdoo Heights section.
O. W. Isibliliis in the iNuiicu-t community,
<5. S. ltoren in the Terra
Gotta section. E'des K. lltslrlck in
the Karaite Industry, I tick Horen
anions oil distributor* and filing
stations, Cliurles H. West In (lie
Starmuunt Forest and llauiilton
Lakes areas. .1. M. Sink at Woman's
college. Dr. Jiavid D. Jones at
Bennett college. Dr. F. L>. Hluford
at A. aud T. college. Clarence Cone
in the Cone mill villages. John U.
Walters in the Rankin school community,
and J. R. Rumbley and V.
(Continued On Page Eight)
Three Weeks Effort Is
Made To Collect Metal
Mm. wmnen and children hv the
million* began the greatest concentrated
hunt In American history?a
nationwide search for metal scrap
In homes, factorial arid farms?by
states, cities, towns and counties.
For the neat three weeks more
than 1,000 newspapers In most states
will lead the intensive drive to find
junked metal to feed the hungry
steel mills turning out weapons
against the axis.
Everything that Is made of wornout
obsolete or unessential metal It
Old garbage cans, hammer heads
flatlrons, skid chains, refrigerator*
radiators, tractors, washing ina
, chines, kitchen stoves, bathtubs
electric Irons, plows, huyrakes, rails
Iron girders, boilers, pipes.
Tbla la the appeal recently Issue*
? by Donald Nelson:
"Aa chairman of the war production
hoard, 1 call upon every clli
sen of the United States to luiiki
this campaign a success hy gut her
log and turning in all the serai
1^."- metal that can possibly tie spared.'
? ' I
7 ; ~
YOUNGSTERS IN THE ?
nation needs scrap metal and
search for the materials need<
sections of the city and rural <
call for active participation of
tor Graham, Adolphus Milling
2 Negro Ministers
Assaulted On i]
The Department of Justice Iimk uii- ' ,
der rimsiilmtiiH) the rases of two
Negm ministers who allegedly were
sixxniilleil on no lnter-stare carrier on , ,
Sepleml?er S. 1!H2. while en route to'
tlie National Rnprist convention In J
Memphis. Tenti.. the Office of War
Information revealed today.
The two ministers, the Rev. .1. C.
Jackson of Hartford. Conn.. hikI the
Iter. S. A. Young, of Wushiiiglon, D.
C., conferred with Victor Rotnetn.
Chief of tlie Civil Rights Section of
the Criminal Division of the rM|?nrtntent
of Justice on Septemlier 22.
This conference whs arranged by
Waller White. Executive Secretary
of the National Aw??clHtinri for The
Advancement of I'wplp. who
The two convention dflttiilcs
charged that they were assaulted hy
white passengers on 11 Southern ICmI 1way
truln while In Inter-state travel
from Waahington. I>. C. to Memphis.
Tenn. The two alleged Hftncks occurred
neitr ^ nitylmiit, Ala., ami
According to the two ministers,
both of whom had received Ihillnmn
accommodation!* at Washington, the
Incidents occurred when they attempted
to visit other Negro delegate*
In a day coach near the front
of the train. To reach this coach It
wu neewuwry for the two ministers
to pass through two day conches or
hy white passengers.
' Hev. Mr. Yonng ilelarwl that he
wan attacked hy a white iiHas?igor
as he entered the coach when he
failed to oliey no order to "flo hack !"
The minister stated that he was
truck in the face and that his
gluaeea were broken.
(Continued On Page Thr?)
ROKO, N. C- SATI RDAY? OCTOBEJ
ICRAP. TOO?These little Neg
iron. They're showing the re
?d for war. The Negro commi
:ommunities, are rapidly orgai
young and old alike. The boys
:s and Perry Jordan.
Aggies Are Ready
For the Rattlers
The A. and T. Aggie* ure prituiii;:
tlieir gun* In preparation f?r the gigantic
intersect ham I rlmwii' lietween
themselves unci the Florida A. and
M. 1 lilt tier*, of TiillnliHsmv, Fin.,
which will take place under the are
light* of Memorial Stadium. Saturday,
Although transportation facilities
hare lieen lluilred hy the rationing id
gas and tire*, advanced ticket sale*
indicate that a large numlier ?l
sports fan* will l?e present lit kickoff
time, which in scheduled for
No official word Iiiih readied her*
eonrerolng the iiotentiality of tie
Florid Ian*, hut it in expected lliat
they will bring a strong uggreguJini
to the <!ate City as has l?een [lie c:is?
in the past.
(Continued On Page Seuen,
ii i iron "mi* w tiiTi
Heralding the "Scrap for Victory"
campaign uhirh will Fx
launched throughout Guilford
county and the remainder of
North Carolina today. Mayor
W. H. Sullivan issued the following
"Wherea*. It Is the desire of
each of us to render all possible
aid to the war effort; and.
wbrreaa, the means of direct aid
has presented Itself in that our
government has called upon us
for ever) pound of scrap in this
country. In our homes. In our
places of business, and in industrial
plants, and. whereas,
the scrap we make av ailable to
our government will be Instrumental
hn saving the lives of
| mir boys In the armed forces
R 3, 1942
To boys know how badly the
suits of their neighborhood
jnities, as well as all other
shown are, left to right, Hec- '
| "Men t-umnit live without hope no
low than men can live without
lirend," I>r. Howard Thurtniin. noted
[theologian mid dean of the chapel at
Howard University. told the facility.
J students and local townsmen, when he
'*|N.ke on "The Temptation of J?au*"
ut the Hfternt?on vesper service In the
! Annie Memer I'felffer Chapel of
jjtenoett fNdlege on Sunday.
I "Men ?re losing Increasingly their
. 1 confidence III tlielr jaiwer of mind to
| unravel the mystery and the tragedy
'.of the world." he continued. "Even
| the college student today is finding
wnrtiiwhllenf-As of leHritinr anything
! nlsHit anything and for anything.'*
I (Continued On Page Eight)
1 ASKS AID
TRIES OF NATION
and in ha*tuning (he day of victory
for the alllw.
"Now, therefore. I. W. H. Sullivan.
mat or of the rity of
Oreeroboro. do hereby proclaim
the period from October 1
! through October 21, 1112, as .
Strip for Victor)' campaign period
and 1 hereby rail upon
ecery citizen of (ireensboro to
malte this campaign a success by
searching through attics, basement*
and sb>r&(r rooms. shops,
stores, warehouses and industrial
plants; by gathering and turning
In all scrap metals, rubber
and rags that ran possibly be
"This the 2Kth day of Seplember.
1942. W. H. SULLIVAN,
'ad The Future Outlook! j
Gas Stations Join
Every Filling and Fire
Station To Aide Drive
Every fire house and every filling
station in GrectiKlioro ami suburbs
will lie pressed into service as a
storage depot in the Guilford county
scrap harvest which la-gins October
1 in conjunction with the state-wide
drive to collect materials so essential
to the war effort, as Iron, steel,
rubber, brass, bronze. zinc. copper,
aluminum. lend, kitchen crease atel
even old rugs.
Sponsored hv the conservation
division of the war production l-onrd
In co-operation with newspapers
fhrouphout the state* the Guilford
county scrap collection eainputgti
will go forward under the general
supervision of P. T. Hlnos. chairman
of the county salvage committee.
Hlnes lias appointed I.. S. IVmpSey,
city sanitation ami garage su|-eriiitendent.
to head up the cani(uiign
in Gret-nslairo. and sulmrhs;
J. I. Wagoner, county furm agent,
to handle collections In rural Guilford;
and LL Col. J. Mtnhinnette. of
the city tax depart merit, to direct
collections in local industries.
Detnpsey, in going over "the
Greensboro-suburban collection plan,
explained today that in addition to
fire houses and filling stations heI
nrr ' ?>? - *
h rent nil depot will l>e established
on the Elm-Gaston corner of the
old city hall property.
If more convenient, donors may
take their contributions of scrap
metals to the nearest scrap metal
dealer, he said, If their collection
is too heavy for convenient handling
In their own car. they may. by dialing
R181.. the city hall numlter. have
a city truck sent to their premises
to pick up the loud.
If. however. their collection
weighs only a few pound* and can
be transported In their own on/
without too much Inconvenience,
contributors are asked to make nn
effort to deliver shelr scrap themselves
in the Interest of conserving
city truck tires.
Mr. Wagoner Gives
His Plan for
O_t I nr.'n r?
otnuuis in receive
Benefit of Drive
Tentative piling for the nillertlon
nf wrap In rural Oullford wrrp Announced
todny liy J. I. Waynnrr,
county farm Hjrenf. who will direct
the nirnl cainpnijni October 1-17.
County tu'hooln linve hn>n desicI
tinted n* central jioliitB for depoaltInc
wrap. HVwroner School
children will he naked to tour their
home* from cellar to attic, cnlher
nil available scrap motal. rubt**r
and rnpi and take the collection to
their school house. Proceed* from
the *ale of scrap turned In to theee
site* will lie r|*M?r for Improvement
of the ronnfy schools. It was pointed
It ?hk also sucKcsieil thnt farmera
pool their srmp nnd If they collect
N? much ua two tonR they ran
uotifj a Junk ilealer who will cnll
^ (ContinuMd On Pace Eighty