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The local Scouts' Annua.
Ccokie sals got ofi to a goor
start when Prof. C. H. McLen
don, principal of Washington
Higr, School, shewn above, pm
Students, Faculty Would
Hire Negro Professors
RACE RELATIONS
INSi. i s u'L?• v-j Ir»! \
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LAGOS. Nip' si . AVsi itfr..
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mdividu: is so: ec v ■' ’ - ! ’'
nationalities !i\ ’•->.• ■>■ Tie ia. me
in Glove H .11 !c- - - e • 1 -■
Nigeria Irislitvi ■ ot JU.et R is. l o.is. •
a bod> 'S me has. i ■ W w c •:
aims \h<- pfoivKUitvn <0 ai?ii••> «'»*kj
understanding araunt: a)i •;■«•*.
The 01 ...jiiin.- ini 1 11 '• '•■■'■ e\\ i •
of a proposal : I.:s s 'ess JanuEi’y A'
to “develop social in eid its ii s
tivilies that would 1 ip eomimt an-::
irr.l. ii ve rood nbn iur:- i:■> t ■•■■. •' ■;
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Membership in ikr -
open to till person: from different.
:.,(! -. mid fr-.i's b c.' s- ■. i>: oh'.-:
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johiihon (»oes !o \ fail \
As First Ran I ores Hr
PORT-AU-PRINCE, ITo it 1
(ANP> —Jas P Johnson - •-•■.■■
arrive in Haiti from the U ant'd
States this rtiont-Ji the rirst Xe
gro to ester ever to work in * f• =
ti. In fact it is stud that ■ Johnson
is the only km wn Negio forestc
in the United States.
He is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Mkwipan Lorn wnich
institution hr- hold* a row :■•*
degree in the s-cienci ot fovos.tr>
He Will kt'd : : i •;, S. i ■■• • •
ter graduation with the rxc '/<
tion.’of a period in the now ■• her
he became a t..spe:io exp: r, w.
one of the lany-s’ lurnbei < - ■• s
pa nif is in the oorthe. est.
Johnson v-Pi • th
Haitian An i•.:. . u -\jf-:: t: fu. d
Development comp ny, better
known l.v its French initials
SHAD A.
Okla. U. Sure It Can Dodge
Supreme Court Ruling;
J. C. School Law Still Valid
Norman. Okla. (AMP) Uni
versitv of Oklahoma and stata
officials are not completely do •
i'eatod by tin recent supreme
court decision 'o admit Negroes
to the law school next sesm-sn
According to a member of tin.
university board of regents hero
last week, who did not wish hi '
nan'!!- to be us- 1. there is a state
law which prohibits Negroes and
whites from all ending the same
schools and “the court did not, ;o
tar as I know, declare the law
unconstitutional "
The case involved Miss Ada
Lois Sipuel. 23. who was turner;
down two years ago when -lm
rppliecl for admission to the uni
versity. The supreme court ruled
that Oklahoma must prov ;
equal facilities lor both Nog -<>
and white students.
However, mvversirv and state
officials refused to concede that
the supreme court had upset Ok
bhoma's sap,, "Cation sys 1 e ini .
While they effused to comment
for publication, pending n meet • I
mg of the nugeuts, fir. M. A. !
chased the fir»<: box front 3 com: i
Beulah Riddick. The pt cjecJ
began on January if. and wiM
continue through next Saiur•
o?y, January 24.
Ithaca, N. T A.\P) - - . ..: nu. . [
; membtu.’S and student.s at Cor-j
, noli university &iv not whol : *• ;
i against the hiriiig of or working i
with Negro instructors. As u mat- !
u ot tact, i siig u mi jority -
I f i —1 oSi:is 1., -.I .Siia v -a: £f ia. l - - j
ing ,N. g"i •.'<•-■ as teachers and pro j
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Tins conclusion was reoefcc-a >y
; the Corncil IvAACP chapter her: ]
I rc.v-.iilly end was based ot.. a sur- \
ivey tondut y -.l ,imong 4h d.-pw* j
'inc-ftt chhcoi cn- i-f -v-nrious co>- : 'i
lege-j at tic ii nr t rsitv am; :o ot., -
i students themselves.
The NAACP branch distribut
; cd a questlio-nna;re during the last •
I sprhig i< rm vxhith said they wh e ;
"interested in finding out hr. »v j
t .•_ faculty feels about accaptim,, .
. Meg rocs on the staff. We are in- j
; ter viewing the chairmen of the j
. b, I pa. rt men I s rcs-rau.se wc- foci tlu*.y ;
: can tell us mere about tne J.c |
!• partment polic.es and at 1 'time-.
Six questions "•■ re .:.ske;U The
Jir-t, relatin'; to employing a
qualified Negro, dre'n n v a :>t ■
71 pc: c; nt foi !hc aic cy ::n;l fa*
I per corf against. A sited ! ‘ “any
' ( ih igUi’S v.uiid obiect to Ir v
ine Net.:v on the stafi,' the
Ir.n: I U • n .!• • K ~. ••••: ■
Court Segrega
St. Louis ;AMPj Tic S'.
Louis Post-Dirpsteh took tie
out to review edilurinlly tne et
fret the U. S. Supreme court de
cjsi a, in th« Oklahorna verse
Sinut-- 1 case. iv--. on tno svite of
Missouri with, its c-parav- l.cv
scho<u expen:■ n: c.
The editor:;:!, a opes, ring in the
Jan. 13 edition, declared that the
Li. S. Suprem- court unamir.ous
iv "has put it up square]•■• to the :
University o. Oklahoma to admit i
a Negro girl who was bflr.od fi..-m
the state's law -ckc; :v Norman
solely because of the color ci ;r. ,
.ikin''
Pointing out that the decision ;
was directed at Oklahoma e
Nosh, the .-it:-’ chancellor. !
said, 'Tie n gems be!;, ve Okla- i
lionet's problem is now one to be ;
M - ttk:d by citizens through j
their legislate)!;.'' t
Studert opinion seems to be ,
equally’ div!d”d on the case, but !
pi,U conducted by the student !
newspaper sn vwed opinion pro ;
do;n.,nantly against u complete
• hreakdoy.'iv of racial restrictions. !
• University o r ardent., Dr. George !
jL. Cross, took the position that
be had no personal objections to
i admitting Negroes to the univer
, si tv
Pi ess comments from the Okla
horn a Daily hold the 'belief the' :
S the school and state official'' can- j
j not escape- th <k*< ; sk.n Mean
while, Miss Siouei is making
plans io enroll in the school next
i semester.
According t Roseof- Dynj-- .
editor of the Black Dispatch and
i a NAACP leader, an Atlanta stu
! dent interested in entering the !
university’s mcdi ca 1 school,;
j "would probably make applied :
lion also.” Tie- student was re- I
1 jeeted admission last year.
THE CAROLINIAN
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j An;or-f the ofi;ofrx eioc-eci were; j
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Lev lews High
tilings ebon l tfir o -vision nv-.ici
ii remarkable.
"1: j; u-.i-- •! diiibi oni'i foi .
stays idler the : oorf hesrd o.«; \
arguments. It bear: rue seldom '■
ced words ‘the marv’et hUI i - :
rue forthwith. If go r b;ycd lm
C 2 dot isisc m the Gain-: • etr-" '
10 years ago"
Heretofore cases were be
cursed. • ; k-nKtii -.vishm thv court
and r crTH;iri un'oeiried for week -
menthr T,-v j-utii tunc for i.
OLD NORTH STATE DENI «, SOCIETY
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Pictured above are member
of the Old North State Per,Jed
Society which rod at Si. Agno-.
Hospital, here mi January 12.
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NEW YORK -Hailing the U. 5 :
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i Srpuci with a legal education .mi
j a stale suppoi U-O s.v bpid so etc
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: Ii v NAACP as fc?st rp
|co ite i, said she op nj >n of Jan I
: ''"it ‘ls one step beyond tic-j
f. ■ . .-- r>r • ifJy : c-c.
! Dufllcv 'm tout the court order
;cd thtii its manda-v imie emth- i
; Ist row; Dvs, A. L. Cromwell,
1 W:nston-S».iem; H. V. Hicks,
1 Oxford; G. K. P.uiinr field, Wii
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History Week
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!r. i-i! ;ny>j.••.•'. in the 50h0..1 > ;
ttninxi of Chemistry, it wna j
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nrham School
By CHARLES A. KAY
(Siaf* Crrrespondoni)
DURHAM—Dr.' Alfonso Elder,;
grr.duate professor of education j
iai North Carolina Coll. who j
, served as the institution .• aca- 1
cm ■■ < 1 :. 4 ri i , nineteen years,;
■ r- ■■ ■ ■ i d p rh nt of the eol
he".' Tu< so. ay £i:.env><m by!
f•, , . >' ' t , . tel ;■
nmg. It sS ;
end. that President Elder!
•vili wrrk in dose cooperation
Mi! ... Lodge With White,
i c a Member Is Now
Mill’on Dollar Enterprise
! MOUND BAYOU- Mi*s. The j
| nujiiri.i: str.-cn;::.:; and sclidaiity of j
j i,c .i aiid Daugiitea: o£ Id- |
; -cv .'raohies-D' b;' Sir. P. M !
j -ng rip rflcsnt iift.v-eighth annual}
5d Kfa-doji iff tbt ... 1
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:ii rn.-.'i leader’.’!; annem i
that tfc |
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J idi?r fiotlm i woab ai UiS#jrace and!
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ihe iatem .-'rf beiay SS&a.Pfi®. • !
i j.". iskiniioii hse tw.-ri ou * move ihaii r
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!yf KEWSPf?ES
SOV.'S STAND
Allontn i ANF) - A lashing at
! tack i,n attempts to disfranchise
: ■aihi-rn Nt < through “trick
-1 erv and subtoifuge*’ was made
: recently by Gov. Henry
i 'l'hosnpson.
’l' ” innson demanded that an
:d be mad ■ io efforts to disfran
e •- \cgrcf; and called upon
-date to • accept the letter and
.•bunt es tin- federal court deci
sions and adjust it primary eke
i tions accordingly,”
Declaring Mint he would never
i "be a party to trickery and sub
, or otherwise in any at
f'laiii to evade the spirit or let
tor of the law," he further ad
i vneated 'reasonable and impnr
-1 Mail v' administered educational
ri. quirami nts for voters applied
•"Quimbly to both whites and No-
S uv’rt-s."
Speaking editorially of the gov
i enter s stand, the State newspa
• P ( ’r. white diu.y of Columbia, S.
|C... asserted. ‘ ila appeals to us
■ -a trank, ev.-n blunt statement
~ ii)ci r>;< acuiailv independent
1 one lor a southern governor •
j though not unique,
i, "WJivfhts one agree-- with what
j he savci <-,r not. his apparent ear
u~sfni s: and ad;'!- r--ra a- to con
; tea ?;c-e must bv mlm-red And he
| ls tilso \ oicing the approach of the
Ii *; \ -: j n;’ an-; acccpiing; it with
j y<iod grace Other govern difes and
' i en'iijrrnvc party .*leaders might
j a i-hie ye the better part of valor
| *->V folio,long his train of
| thought.'*
littleToc k
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s ?SO PPfl p&rccMT
MiTTf.,l Itrtciv iA\p, _ \
i-d ri of $50,000 toward the build
■nt. fund to Philander .Smith
i oerje wjvs announced !«-.<
' -ni j.
i- 5 -’- Harris s.,hr was not at
liberty to reveal tin identity of
t.bc donor, hut did soy that
tie-- money i-anr- from lh<-
< ' «!' a •'non-Arkansas"'
white person.
Flic sre.‘it’ti brings th- total
collected toward a SI ,000.000
expansion land goal up to s&itO--
OOfl.
Flic boat! of trustees of the
s chcc! Mos already sought teeh.
n»cal advice from federal agen
-;■ and experts from the
<b----rge Peabody college for de
nim- of a proposed new layout
eaHt d for by the fund, accord
ing to Or. Harris.
i during i.h-.r early days with the
interim committee which has
been adminisrennu the- college's
affairs since (he death of the in
itut ion's pres,dent-founder, Da
James E. Shepard, last October
The appointment of the 49-year
old Georgian as successor to Dr.
Shepard put an end to speculation
on.i i'Uinors that involved several
, of Negro educators in this
; country and abroad.
D E! !cr, who was bom in
fCfinlinu. d on back page.
a stun of $80,949.66 was paid
■ c ; oims tiM year Su Smith fnr
jiber revealed.
In Mistirsippi. the Knights and
r lei-s of Tabor have a member*
■ fit *«■«; including many
i v. liile poirvas. There are 29 frater
i v or ordvrs in the Stole.
The Knight? ana Daughters of
i'T".bor opcv -tc- the v-meus Taborion
i Hospital, foumled in 1942 at an
j ovbrall cost oi 5100..000. which will
i • ’C-bi’.-U’ its sixth anniversary
1 Petflfuavy 12 The hospital service
i vas fcv-..i! •: esponsible for reducing
:!k ranrlaiity ruio for the srea by
utiering fee, Hwi" are v* : ry low.
Rep. esentatives oi the medical
i worla from all over the country
IwUl be present for the February
•12 ;;n:vversa.y program. Assisting
v. oc.ii m .•ar.goraents other that?
.:sm■;.» will.be D ...P. M. George,
. ..- ihc ,U( div.u ano X- V a\ D-. -
• >«:i tme-iit. Dr. J. Hubert Clark,
chief of surgery, and Dr. A, L,
Johnson, associate surgeon.
    

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