AGAIN, BLOUNT AND HARGETT
Surely the City’s plans for improving
traffic conditions in Raleigh must include
the installation of stop-and-go lights at the
corner of Blount and Hnreett streets, f a’
some time the (’AROLINiAN has been
pointing’ .out Utm traffic regulation is
busiest outside the very center of the bus
so ely needed at rite corner, or;- of the
This need was apparent before' add’-
fiona) Carolina Power and Light Oonj
|,an.v !ills lines were re-routed on Jan
il nr,• 1 a, -pass or tiu-ii that, comer; now
R*e situation i- worse than ever.
The corner of Brunt old Hargett in
cludes the following items winch r-r we
it lo he an o?draor'dinar' corner Irom the
slaiMownt of mol'O’ -ralfio: h siinernuu
ket, a file station, a taxi stand, a whole
sale irrocei ’ dentandiog loading and un
loading faculties in front of the store, aim
a slopping and turning point for several
bus lines. All this makes t he corner a
vei \ difficult s.nv. for hot;? me . ;ts and
pe.if' P nans, and especially on Saturday -
and other particularly ‘. ; usy Limes
We are sure that the efficient ixuso-h
response Y tor :. planning of traffic
Collin*i win soon Ho., lights at**- ’■
si Pled «*t the eon •: of Bt.-unt and Har
AND AN"-. : • • Vt i H» N G—-
While we ,u'e on the gemma! subject
of traffic. it : s i 'm -’ ding to note that
the cif y authorities ha' 0 taken co ’nizance
of complaints About tbs .nadequato bus
St*r\ ice to ITef Raleigh, a dm : '”i creat
ed some time ago w, the Marim-New
B( fine v. *.•• changed, sep... Plug the
nms into two and e..a.ending each into
r s,i.hi r j’.., ’f f H+v. This change . jok
j.ioce c conned ion with tin eu'be; mo\*•
to impso-. einofo i t > cfie conditions in the
downtown section of the city. ””t w al
ii ver its other results, “ ' om.-nme of the
: ;gew as d«; ‘initelv toi *h<- worse so
East Raleigh bus patrons were eon
«• - iitvi. was post-wa. change, in the
>. me of ; :n>rovemenl. which reduced
*ervi:a- bv one-fourth i- one-third. Be
nce the “improvement” a bus patron
along the New Lorn-Martin loop could
gw a bus townward every ten minutes
illi u. *w ihe intei-vji.l, as scheduled,
varies from twelve minutes (for a very
bmi' cl period during the day) to twenty,
and tin* buses arc often behind schedule.
Patrons complain that ni times two buses
c on- along directly behind each .other,
tlv* first one being that nut* h oil schedule.
ft is hoped that the Citv government
‘and the Ca bna Bovver and Light Com
pany will see toe drsirM ’hty of going
bach tv, the old i''-»;it‘ng and scheduling
ce* ■ ing- the interests of people who own
Automobiles should ,:-ot be a basis for per
mit timr a public uri-itv to render poorer
service ; > its patrons. These motorists do
not pay the bus .uav-s.
TRUMAN SCORES AGAIN
President Ti uftian’s message to Con
gress on fie State of the Hniun ,ve cold
corn for; to economic and racial reaction
aries. Ihe president’s Broad outline for
American progress left little to be de
The high priew .v' . , ~orded in his
speech to the matter of civil rights is
greatly l the c; < u <u this southerner,
descendant of Confederate veteran.
Leaving no room for uoiff't as t.o where he
JSto id on this question, he said: “Our first
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goal is to secure fully essential human
•rights of our citizens.” (No applause.)
So vital does he consider the fact that
“sonic of our citizens are still denied
..qua! ouportund.v for education, for jobs
and economic ■‘dvancemint, and tor the
expression of their views at the polls
and “most serious, .vs all . . . equal pro
tect io* of laws,” t.ii,it he made the
unproc. do,a. u pnir,.: ;e to send to Con
gi'fss a a 1 messugi- on the subject
,of • ivil rights, calliiig H r leg-elation to
]irotect th rights and privileges of all
races and creeds.
11 Us is a presidential >. I, ction ;i ai, a-. l
there are tin ho will say that Int
mar.’s emphasis on civil rights is only oaii
for Negro voctes- The GAROI.INIAN b>--
iiev<. . however, that Mr. 1 rum an is sin
:n his insmtence or. i ull citizenship
lies,, for all. We beiiev • he is expressing
<>.. this subjeci In.-' tiwi convictions
For good many moi. mw the (A HO
I.fNIAN has taken th* po- ion that Mr
Truman i■ a ao*”' 1 ' 'r> -■ 111 in tin true
set:so of the woru: ai .1 oas tr quentl v
pointed out that the nvn regarded so
sV.-pricailv when he t ou has been
the most outspoken ami ro t'*nt ad
,i71... mi jnstire to N‘**i o citizens who
has ever occupied the v\ Lit- House.
Other points in Proß-.ienl Truman’s
message she*' ed that he uns not switched
over to con ere at ism, and that the New
Deal vi'.-wpebit did not dr* wit h h van kirn
j; ..-m It. His reecnimendations as t”
lax > ext. -of Social Secur
ity. a higher minimum wage, and other
points i: “rate that the chLf nnces
between his views and those of Wallace
fmve io do with foreign policy, and more
specific;;My, the part we me U> pi., - and
permit Itu.-.sia to pla\, in world affnivs.
ALSO IN NORTHEASTERN N. C.
Tiis- CAROLINIAN is chid to note edi
torially two news items eorning out of the
northeastern section of North Carolina,
and nil tin mure so because within recent
months sc, much bad nows, racialij speak
iiM!. has Iveen made ill that area, which
includixs No) tiiHinptou (.'minty
Oa * of these news stories tells of the
organization in thm section of an inter
racial fellow, hip of Baptist’ ministers.
Then is hardly any doubt that the white
ministers tat big part in this move wore
influenced by the s* veral evidences of in
justice in ; vir area, which among other
things i iii&heu two jinxes in two dis
feront couut.es that refasi'd to indict
idc.-tified would-be lynchers. Evidently
ti.-’Se cletg , rm-c feel that some ameliora
tion in race relations is needed in r oth
er-tern North Carolina, despite many
statements b . her white citizens to the
.■re rt that such relations arc highly satis
factor' already. The ministers probabl;,
repr. -cut the better conscience of 1 h e
The othei* item was -L t the awar- 1 -
ir.. of Certificate :m to W. 11.
Brian, of Ahoskie, 1- American Red
(boss Mr. .Bryan is tie- white man who
risked and almosi , ■* own life in
Fei-cuary. 1945. in a vain attempt to save
the life of Bari over Ask- -v. , t colored man
who was trapped in .• : .-e ne garage
where lie worked. Mr. !-!rv f . . suffered
very severe burrs , > hi- : • ipi to rescue
a fellow human being, and spent many
weeks in a h.espi Has a result. Ahoskie
Negro citizens contribute.! 100 toward his
expenses ■< the.time.
Th*- one story, describing an organized
attempt to promote he brotherhood of
man through the Christian church, and
the otoher, reminding us of ihe ■ actificial
deed of a man of one color for a man of
another, should both go into the records
<>:, the credit side for nort hen stern North
Carolina, to help balance the ledger.
SEVER \L STEPS FURTHER
We hasten to congratulate Solicitor
Hooks and Sheriff Salmon of Harnett
C-oe.nty on the eventual arrest and indict -
meat of the two white men who are gen
erally belie.ed to have murdered Charlie
Smith in Angler away hack in November.
T'oe first two steps toward justice have
been taken. We sincerely hope that this
proper though belated beginning points
toward a just, conclusion of the case.
liili'Mi it rtfMtmnfti iiti i *n r~f-a iir m i \ ——... . -—-■ -- ■ - -- .- .... j h .
•SOVTHERV HONOR SALUTES DEMOCRACY
feeciid Ili€iii*nl;§ ! ;
. 4Sf C. D. i-iAiJUiBUHTOR \ jj|i
\\y p.ir.U it is appropriate- .u
this- lirii'.-, no> too jar rtmow .
from the end of the Year of Our
Lc„ d 1:14.. to re view u ie-,v ol
tiu* tliiag.-- wnich happened, y;-
pecial 1 ’« - - :
year, to give heart to Negra
Ameriran;-. Tnoi-c is no dan**.**'
that the .-h.-pi'esf-'ins. the disgust*
things, wdl not revtuve adi-qaate
attention: bn. we nee*.! to tui.i
our eye.- re- > than jreasie.n
adv to i .* otner and ,iv’bt**
side of the picture.
High on this list of the mine
pleasant aspects of the jnlcr-r;.*-
cial M"cn>. in the closing davs
of 1917 was the adoption bv u *
Leva. !!!:<■•!11 o. Uiir. : ic»i e«.-
• /Deration of 'J-*.- Virginia Coun
cil of Churches ot a strong set
The proposal as adopted aivi
recommended called for: (1>
elimination oi uxcrimination m
mruifice’e'jn so: voting and sei•
vie. in coniu i ’ ion with c ’.o', -
tions; (2) recognition oi th*.-
■ 1 .tuti- n.-ei -ight of Nh-gioeS
to serve on juru-s: (3- appoint
ment of Ncgi citizens to school
bu-r-yrds arci gil'ilt public
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Rev. M. W. Williams
.si it; r-i ! (ha Vii-i.e w eri ij,
Gtd Reman? 8:12-17. .'!!).
K.; V- - ijara a.o
b-earoili v. .«nv••.« v. i;h our i/ir i.
th.a we arc ciuid.-eo ut OtKi ”
'R.'iv.il!.- S 1<: ■
V> . i -. . • way one turns: b'fU...
in i? -onfr. ru.d wui. some ov*
theory - ■ -cal a a pun. . f-a It. •
his -.1:- THr JH-I>(.;«■ of the WoiaJ
i if* e ariire. are ilke a sirs i*.,!
iiav many f nnd
•! X a t a, Cake this or i'Cei
ir. if . ..- wilt, a wit! ..el httr. van
!' ..j,. ,i world ci'.i?.--n act 1: :-.nu
li. mankaia writ . . h proscriplior
:'ot i aura any 4 1- Wi can :&U<
1 ~ .*tf\* ? * * i * t 011,,.- i-as direi'i'Cii
and live *-1 rt-f-i o i! fi die.
v\K! vm'R i tmii i
•Tl . '!': •. i-n w. a; --
o-.hIOJS. not to tin- i’c-.h. to ii*-
!'ic ) Xa-li ’■'■. il y t t:\i- a! i
f;esh. ve ili me: but if , t
ihji'oui • • spiru da rnomiy ti
' 'f'ds of the body ye rhali !•-. ,■
ißent. 8:12. i»h Tm-n is iv- n.-u
--.ii - * ft. m. two a ;■> yw
roads ending in 'V .ar o* oi'r-o
Health For Ail
! INOIVC. Tl UKRC t UfNIS
iWire 'ir '■ >(-'.''"o people in t'u-
I ; n: ! d States die each year f'-uv
fuborruinsi* Furthermore. half a
rnillioi people are : inflated tc
lav the dls-i .’sv in acuve forte
Os these vases, only half
known to health nuihontie.-. 1"
other quart:,- million are Uttrepoit
rrl easts and constitute a &>'" '
threat in t.hi. hr alto -lit eih.iv
They are :< thre.d because mb
rrculosis i? a communicable di.-
(■ spr-.-ad l:y p .-splc with open
cases. The un reported, or ’un
l.ewn" nasis are ;to chiei sou .a
i! infection. Fr~quently. noople
with early tuberculosis do not
/<: Ur v air ill because of thi a.v.n
ptomless ousel of the disease, yo<
they arc not onij l.isin,; their o u
health but may o"
thsir disease t<- afhtre.
Th se unkn JWn cases o.nv
found if tube cub-, b is evei to be
eradicated. In other word;. •a, cp.-,
known, vase is a source of •mfeclion
THE CAR GLINT AN
cies “on the .-amc basis ol merit
as other citizens:" (4) iirnnedi
ate t-Jitn Inal ion of separate trav
e] accommodations both on pul
lie cofiveyaßces and in stations
s bcinu economically and s-cci
ally wasti'foi and sinful; <5•
mere i xti-nck ,i employment ?»£
Negroes a; policemen and in- -
men: (6) abolition o! the po
: ra- n prerc-CHijSite for tiu*
suffrage. (1) endorsement ol u
Federal at ti lynch law.'
In addition to this broad pro
gram, the eoni'erecs recomenli
ed "lull and unicstrictod i.ppor
tumiies for Negroes in the U.
S military sn vice. f.dr employ
ment practice;'- legislation, ad
rn:-sion of Ne.-,m l urleiits iitto
existing graduate and proles
sional .--.chool.- (the regiont )
school plan was conciomned), in
tegration nt Negro physk-iorv
and patients into existing nospi
toi;- ’..j ugie ui the siaii an :i
.last 1/ut not by any m--..ns teas’,
coming from a religious bod .
"That <m end be put to -egro
gat ion in any form or fashion
whh.n the church and m all rc
ligious gatherings ”
Novr everv.-n k -a*, teat the
Ir, ift ,i - for e Va; re: k< y,.ii
You I- !:• lice ilerti the
", ay ot dentil *>r you follow 'i .
- th-i '.vs,- of ’lit The
Ci isliai: way of !a, Th. n r Rin
i . ~11 ; ./i. has lak. ii p 1 ,r: !i: •
in art aid bc-aesi, travel tin
Christi,an wa- ot life. The ait: e,
.;.i --.- .he 'ridi-.-i.- ne; a sm
(i id P . many as :i/<- ; ce by
the Spirit o! God buoy an
bon • ' ■ C. r Hem. !-! * Th i
t [ - a. a- ;c! of God i f; nee -
»\ COD'v i GdS! V • Id
X... man can *-ie:a in credit for
1,l e;; a; .m- Ibie iair.-i' in -ray
it- lit tiis own. i: V. as bl irui C
f.-t Cioc • love Bu G"d c•t; /
n-i.-ndct;. his love toward us. r
ihiit white we <v.-r< ye* sinnc’-s.
Const ;iw-h Id u- ißorn: .i:K* The
f.in tlv relationship lu-ri tin pin-- a
!,.iJ je.rie-ip lion iti all God has
When doubt- e.nn fears asoai
:!i Christian lit: i.iii toil buck on
bis hith»'r (tod F>i ye la- •
in others end must Sx- located, i'o > -
..ntiojv- c.-n th: n be tanci; to P'a -
~ re me spread of th di.se.,;.’
’ while th individuals affected an
• placed under treuuneni.
\Vt knew ■ to find tile v;>
' known cases of tubercul sis. Th.y
a. o found by .-best X-raying np
■ ptus.nth healthy people over !•>
‘ years of ape. The Hit ran'
hriportant aid in finding tubercu
losis lor it can del -cl th: preset-.,.-.'
of (he disease oven in th:ii early
stare before the- symptoms up .-p
With the development of X-B r
equipment, using sir. nil til ms. It f-.-.v
' become possible to X-iaj- hoy
S*! oupn Os people within a
period of time.
Throp;.hou< c< -'nt: the Nk ■
ina,'l nbi.i-cuiosis Association u r;i
its liffibait-d -Mitt- -and lor 1 a -s' •
■ ..hmi- arc c-ioper.-..ing with oi
nets! ncalfh tfi'j.wtmail? in mass
X-ray exarnmaouny to screen a.*
the unknown eases.. When auspi
cious shadows are found no the
adoption ui those i'osolutidt) a
whu'h ; as thougu the.
nv-i-.t i.av. en anated tvom an
ail Negro (and northern at that)
p.j ~up, rather than a body of
w hiit and hegio Virgo nuns,
ct(>( not mean that revolution •
a.m.: - n 1 n Libre
a Oi-s Doniinii':, will begin
t< take place Lvfore Februsiy
1. But we hold that things are
oiaynn iny t, happen when such
moots, adhei i:.« as closely as
they mi u,- Vs pu • principles
of a Christian and democratic
creed can even be subscribed
to :m -• 11 ', pecting white cif
i/. 2 a CAU! ehilV-n of yf
A:, tie thing to be noted as
19-18 hi ..or b imr south
.. 1 o e. urator. who dissented
from the rept.r; of the Presi
d. nf- highei education eomtms
it by no means unanimously
(h feuded ,-e'u.aation in educe
lion a- i .’glit :1 propel. The;.'
contended it. gene -ai uiilv that
' rv. die".: od implied that
it : toinpora.-v condition. That
s . d.Mined ret:eat from the
not o< iveci the oil jt ol bond;, -
IVM:- i fi \ have CO. c'.\ -
cd io s,>i>ii of adoption. whv.'p..iv
W" Abb . PUlici" >Rf*.n. 8:16
It is . -:f •! and vis oU' S privil
i.”. . to know C i.■ out father.
Fa, you it now Him Man's Eternal
flops :• i;d up id knowing God
i; a lt-eioboi ■ i the family. 1-T r
.~. I ! site is- in G'>dV mi/-- hnnee
■ it!- the Son of Cod.
\\ t VAI t ATfON Ol THE
( HR IM l t \ Eli I
Thi iiuthor writ::!.; -Hit of the „
abundance o» he exp.-nonce and
v.iroueb tin- S p i >'• ’ id God says u' ..
•..'bid bo tor us v ho ran !>:; against t
;le evditiCe God ns the
night -i i' ! .mi;. Supreme, On. 7
able to justify, Then in a st:tea
of qui-i'otis. who so.ill.lay any- (
thing to the charge oi Goo’s elect'
Who is he that condemneth? And
who M-parat< its f»om ti c 7
levt of (100 fits answer lifte
the.'..-: ;id■ of others who hav I
found His JSfitma to be above ever'.
thi: is nothing snail septa ate its ‘
from the- Jove -f God.
* Infs in 1 esv nr: Kjtaminnlio'is.
froth i X -nt\ s must Ik taken and
•rs’;; iioiiv ly.f--.iv -i dcficUe (ill -
gnosis of tuberculosis can be reach
Moss X-ray examinations are a
ea tie i v. a,» of f.oding unknnwr.
‘ uhoreirlosts and wh*.revet sue •
> v’loyrom- nit grifinned they shout*
-I' !\ . . lb. i■ o l i't i. - u't SUsU pP at ■
■ t hr jvople of the con-rm|l»ty. E>„
p; rieoee he- proved too. that !ik
'reiii! :‘ \ of (o. . . to’tnd in the 1
-o programs .. <• snM
that early sis.to when tuberculosis
i;, easiest to curt.
The caw.--finding, cork of the tub
io culosis association* affiliated win
the National Tube:. ulosis Assucif.
lion as wll as all •-•her services ol
the as-ocitiions. is supported by
Chii'-trr.rs Seal funds. The sale
Sts's, which provides the sole 4.<-
come ot live associations, opened
Xoverr.he atm continued unid
In it e next at tide, treating, tub
erculosis will oe discus,sod.
WERIC ENDTSTG SATURDAY, .TANTJARY 17, 194 ft
BV DIANB HANCOCK FOP ANP
CHOOSING BETWEEN TRAGEDIES
J ,-t as we must ehoos. ir.tween greatei and less evils, and
greater and Jess goods, circumstances may force upon us. the choice
between tragedies. The Truman committee'..- -eport on education
threw a bombshell, when it recommended the cessation of segre
station in education NOW. The must .a hid sout.iei nerts an willing
to talk aboii! ending segregation: but invariably they have in mind
"tomorrow ' or day after eternity. So when the matter is called
up for action now. there is great consternation.
Tec .-or,tendon is. the abolition of segiegation NOW would
in a great fiagedy, and w-. aid work havoc with our present "satis
tartor> see relations. The sane argument was made when th<
mat 1.-- oi Ne>>-. policemen war mentioned: when Negroes started
suing tor equal salaiies in the south: when Negroes aspired to
jury duty• .'. fu n Negroes began t« contest the iniquitous primary
law m the south. If race relations have been worsened" by increas
ing No." i teachers' salary, we hav< no < lea.- evidence thereof,
M.-reovar ii the Negro pressing for his full citizenship lights
and responsibility. : K «mg to make for worst nice relations, we
are not certain that the conlinmii postponement of the question
will achieve rc-.sull.s. as regards ihe desired en is by Negroes nor
in tin way of impieved feelings o! whites rot Negroes.
If is highly questinna; n’ any good purpose can be saved
rv appeas.ng the man wim :toes not want Neemes to enjoy citi
zenship on general p 'inecpies In this persistent press of Negroes
for their just rights and rospoiL-übiJitics. there is always the under
lying assumption that the major;'v ~i whites ,n this country arc
•mm ,' h.: ■nd jusi in then appraisal of practical democracy.
Inis writer olten wonders a hethe- or not the argument that
the time ;s no- "ripe' Is not overworked in most cases. The heart
m. im.- nation is base-ally right n: else the Negro could not have
.■-.an in us ir.r along the w.-.v of fuU-fledged citizenship. Had there
‘ l H.-; i>a.-K r,i *it ; m Christianity and democracy, our tight
worm! nave been a losing one.
i: us look inoi'e carefully into this matte? of "tragedies.'’
l! ■ ;-npp.,;?cd that ihi me;-- granting of full-citizenship to
-X«;«would DO a tiageny. sight is often lost of the fact that
•■ii-nying Negt-.es thou just due as citizens is also a tragedy‘ It is
•* tragedy "" tin- ’• >ite in.!:, m- :> ss than 10 me Negro.
*• ,Ui ! tn< !v be g rente) tragedy than for the fountain of a
white child - Jitc '•> ii, poisoned by the injection of prejudice of
J ’ aCt ■ b ls bad enough for the souls of the adults to be seared
b> -‘ie scouma • .at .- race prejudice but it is even worse to have
,ut ’ ivi ’ s i ‘ V* m g oiigntec by the evil concomitants thereof.
R'a mari to iniag : greater tragedy than this self-same innocu
;|t the white child m tender years with the virus of race
'i '' nicn tnc c.iggi'St whites are daily spuming. To forever raise
nut-.-, s-.ipei -nduci-.i by the iniquitous doctrine of white supreme
m t.ie quest,on oi , tragedy that is to be. and overlooking the
ini - the tragedy that e seem.- like moral frustration.
ivloicover, ior:- prejudice and race hate as interposed on the
;;u ' ! ' .'ei.'itn-nal ie\< i thtmvs believe; > m white supremacy into bold
io!w: as defy mg God's word and touchings of Jesus Christ What
o ri ‘ , ’ u ' tragedy could be:all a nation or race than the calamity
; ■ pi-.ci'd at ' 'OSS purposes with God and Time and Right?
Wivn the matte.- is reduced to if. last analysis, we have already
■ 1 ’ igedy. oesi-ic -.chir;.. an imaginary on. p iles into insignift
; j :nw - the tragedy- that v,ould follow the practical application of
m-mocracy. and Christianity N a conjectural one. the tragedy that
au-m.- fiom the pn-sent situation is a real on; and a dangerous
■ ,ne It may conceivably* be trie rock on which the ship of cieilizis
t».in will break and be destroyed.
i Ins hnlu.t to * .we up to the practice of democracy and Chris
?,airily has blunged the world into two devastating are in the
ohmg. Could the tragedy that th- practice oi Christianity would
o>.:rm a gri -ter threat to civilization and human survival? The
na.ions m general and our America in particular, must chose be
vn “Ug' dies and inat right soon. It w- old also be another
'- 1 '- 1: N«'gr;>< 's diu ir.i press tnr the full- Hedged citizenship
,h ‘‘- hin '-' p‘ in ha.-.i-d with their sweat and team and blood'
THE DIDACTIC POET
By WILLIAM HENRY HUFF For ANP
An urge tenacious in me glows
Tu take my pencil and compose
Son'll- short didactic verse.-.
There is, I think, a call to teach
As urgent as the call to p react)
i know the preacher nurses
i he thought that he alone is called.
But there’s another version
Unkeastied by me and now installed
For studv. no; coercion.
WE MUST GO
J. WESLEY COPELAND
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Many people commits crimes, and
rhe preachers loved by the cong- pay
grogation. Lawyers to plead their case—
Leading them from sin and However at God's bar of justice
He tod gives up his life. Meet him ‘c-cv to face.
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