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General Towns-s-ad. is. of fro»*|i
61 of lie Oaklauti i ommuniiy
C enter of C harlotte, \ < uiin
was mafic asi I,’ugli- scout at a
special court of honor heir! it
the center on Thursday nirlu.
Young Townsend i. lit* „«*» oi
Mr, and Mrs. Genera. Townvml,
fight l; iJiV. re r’: ; y ■ ■
Huts resulted ii- \i< • •.
when she C S. Sap * Co art
hamfe-d down a 8-!} verdict whs
dense;- tiii i-it;!:i 1 sucli cove
nams the right to go to tco-.shs
to secure the ir enforcement.
According to the Stmt-eme Court
decision, i/' la* •.(; ,'v. fo’-o*
covenant- which bar prime- .mn
proper 1 ';, ownership .aid sjccupun
»y because of race violates in
equal protection" clause of the
Fourlc< nth Amendment u, the
Cl.'-!. \10!1 .* ii !he: lore
The decision which wax writ ■;
b.s Chief Ju.-uci Vinson in in'
cases of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Shelley
of St- Louis. Mo., and Mr. .us.. ii:
Cmoi McGhee of Detroit.
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A third rise which was be
the c 'C j that of a grt:Bp f Ws.i
liigion. D C. resident.- who Lad
rurch used property 1 roveivii;
covered areas, was d t ided on ih;
basis iif a Federal law which su.le
thal all ci - Lwns si;:. 5 have the
sansc light in wan a:.; 1
rilory as is enjoyed V, wll ie ~..
pe rsoi la l p rope rt v
Since 1928. w: til ..-. Sir.., 1 , .■, -
Court dismissed an appeal iro.u an
enforcement •>; rest ric:: < tov;-
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Hammock Beach
Tour Slated For I
15th By NCTA
An invitakm to ;L : Ho.-nniocn-..
Be.-.cfs has Icon ext sided to the
public school teacher, ot Net t.
Carolina by specie I t■ ■ ;n<
appointed oy Inc Board ol Diniv
tors of the Hammock. Beach Pm- j
On May 15th. 1948. Dr Willi ■
Sharpe who is ttia! this 4 .
acre ocean-side estate available to s
teachers of the NC7* will trier- .
tain them Dr. Sharpe b very anv
tons tem Many teachers to be liU
Ruestf- far a day on the grounds
Those who wish to be included
in all the tours should arrive ?i •.he,
Hanftnocks before 10:05 .A M TL;s;
invilaiton is also extended to tii
cooperating friends of the NCTA j
Dr. Sharpe will furni-h meals- me'
refreshments free to all who come, j
The Hammocks is on the coast in i
Onslow County about 18 miles I
of Jacksonville m-si the Catv.p
labemie Marne Base. Most of Lhc>r.
(Contipue4 pn had* ■ -)
Sr., ami a .r nlor at the west
ii> !i'.i; r High school. He be
fame a Scout its lh-’ and sire
lit* life ho- rare, fii a iota! n)
‘.’a niriii bashes, iht highest helci
\ J ty scout «n the Me* fc-
Irntmrg Council, lie is the seeutfi
Negro Scout in the council.
mumtcii m i wc
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A campaign in interest o£ tl;-.
UniH-.i Negro. College Fund was
launched v-.giurday in Raieigl;
and Wake County. The drive,
which wiil continue through Mv.v
15, is part o£ . nationwide
I to raise $ 1,4L,i,(1u0 to aid 32 mein
| ber colleges, n: this fifth year of
campaigning on the part of the
_ W. C. Davenport, Wak« Count. 1
Farm Demon itration Agent, h.c
been named chairman of the
, Fund Raising Committee. A gv/u
--' ot SI,OOO has been set by the lo
• cai group and first ai
to tx? taken at a meeting of tne
commit toe M .iday. May 10. at
i 6:39 o’clock rt the Blood we r.h
Site; I YMCA
Sol e!*;■'.t'•>n o! gn>ups and indi
victuals is being made bv men:
bers 'if ih.. committee. Dr. J. fb
Davis of Fuqu.iv Springs s,<
liciting i i.rdriiiin-ons front t h ■.*
doctor.-- of -h<‘ i .juri\ P. As Wll
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Hr. Patterson Denies
Hampton Post Humor
TuSKFGLE <ANT, Author; I
I u.iivt spokesmen at 'ruskegee in-1
sh'.uie dismis.-eu as mere rumo. I
j Saturday, reports in one or two J
j eastern publications last week j
•which indicated that President h i
:D. Patterson was con idering the
past of president of Hampton m-}
salute. j
''There is not the slightest foun- !
j nation for the staKmcnt that Di |
i Paticrsou i thinking of leaving!
j Tuskcgeo," titesc- official.- said "Dr. j
j Patterson has cut out .or him iieie
j at Tuskegee one of th.i- most cha •!
I (engine, educational rpportimities
j in America.
i His plans for the deveiopmem o.t;
j this institution and for the funnel-’
mice of education ng Ncgv c.<
in the south are basic and l*.
. rear-hill,?, * j
Bertie Sheriff Is Not Indicted
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Accv.rdi-- U> her .\ory t she and
! Senate Basses
[Housing Bill 1
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I :Tto!'.; t-aan two youis ot. upniii
: tlu: T-ui'Wa^ner-EjJen
i (i&r ioi U; ran it liouiani’ bill lin
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i 1 t\e main c.mivovcrsw a.
jwnat, eciVMrcd on the pubh
-1 bousing Pile, vUiihoi;/ing aide.,-.- \o
j local. con'iHWiVj n ias tor ownership ,
I not afford t.* ro oh> <>t dfcont pri ■
i Minority e. , vcPbi :u;;i
jt he greatest bene.* its trom thi •
t sod 111 tii. hilt Nl-iSI .
j would in. pc; ,llitU‘..i <-I <•:::
i thousands of !be:~e public t
| ll It veus Scr Hary P. Cain (V...
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t'oi.s»«!•;» v vis as h..vht
1 rjtcrna' t>.<>- celt in xiuin rivri l
; is at Salisbury, Md. The
was widely at.ended by hun
dreds ol fraternal leaders and
rut tubers front IH-lavsarc. ihe
j District of I'd! >nQ. %*ry- \
' vVt ! c’.ru.d [he !m.where the.
Wash.) who fnade every effort to
• v*P ti'tiS 1 i«. ’]■/ tii6 bill. l'io
fYifitended *ha t pubJit: housmi?
it ':». , ■:I• i.! ... •IOL-’.d< p: Gil
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Li. 1 till vii P.Ut.'-.1. L'kU '.AL leva"
\o\y inconit.f s. i \.i cit iz%* l ls w i\o
Meets Op>*c sit ,>n
In his <>m; •"ion to the hi'!.
Sen. S. A. ii- L.od (D.. Fla ) de
clared that the gnvcninvnit
1 sr.ouid nos. cuter arlMhev • ’
snu very oxocr.rivi.- tield” in the
pre.-i'nt v-.ild situation.
ics'i-.tic S, ■ -tt W. i.n
car e: iiiinots and AHv n W.
Barklcv of Kv.-Hu.-kv sided witn
Taft. Lucas . .Vi that private on
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land. Shwui aimi-e ,ii»- .u.iie <>i
ibe leading tigures. l-ft risiit;
Josejib IV. tl.i.v ljuit. Maryland.
.it-. iif-Uc Carter, District of t• ■
JnmliLi; Mrs. t rystaf Byrd I'«<- j
set 1 .. Thiliidrjpnta, educator and )
speaker; flop. I -lw ird 1. Milln
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mot, with viol. ; ce in carrying out •
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.hi bore ai hc.nir. I hope that
I I'.i.'s. ebirman ot tlie mrrtiuf;:
Isaac Crippen, Mar viand. and
Perry Howard. Keptiiiiican Na
tional < ommlircc man from .His !
j Ms>jppi, also a • no.'.f tr if the ’
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Lanier, United States Minister to
: Liberta. has been named presi
dent of Texas State University•
sot Neesres. The announcement
•was mudo by Craig F. Cutlinan.
1 than man of the Beard of Diivc
: lot’s. Dr. Lanin is expected to as -
j t.ume his duties ijv June 1.
Favorablv -flown tliroughoi t
' the nation as : n outstanding edu
cator and administrator. D La
ior has held sr. iinporUint po
- itifill's with rducariomd institu
! tiohs and with ■ tie government.
He served a- Dean ot Florida
A. & M. College. .1925-33: Dean
jet Houston Co ley for Negroes.'
i oK..te 2a; Assistant DirtM'tot' f t tfuf
' D -.vise a; of Neaxo AS tail's. Ns
: fionai Youth Admin isttalion,
1 Washing; m: Acting President
o lid Dean of the College. Hamu-
InstUide: Special Assistant,
bo-eiu' of Services. UNRRA; and
Mi ..-tei to loVs;
: sine ■ March i, ]<Mt3.
Dr. Lanier received the bache
' ior of arts degree cum laud-, from
Lincoln University in 1922. Jus
n.n.-te -M .a t-- d<Mi ■ freu: Stan
iterate of ped.-feegy from I.incoln
iTniversi.x in >941 During Ifl.'U
;>2 he - nttonde ! Harvard ITmvev
. 'X\' on n Jialiu xtosv?nwuU.i hc l-
ATLANTA. On. - Adopting j
itrnoft rt-soiafiosis opposing the r"-j
tin St.*\i.-ntli jtj-ii'ict Comer j
av mi tin- On,eta P.,' Phi ir....... • j
; ii»v closed its annua' cessions held?
vM ; 'imU-.. Li-Mt'ec \: 28. .’-I 1
iu!her resolution, the Xv%»-J
M-J«f f; >,• v ‘TI-.spi'l I. the J .OSililMi" lUK- j
.•11 h> Wit* ualoinafl oft ice of me j
realizes- that Oro< ■ "'.ember. are,
,.■,irl rej and di.-ru a., eaed over !
Jim erwr, 1 in the Armed s*:rvie».t>!
.m: ,i .:! .-i field' ..a AiiK i i.;.in i
idfr." It addod.ui j
fact that mi’ pi another than u.a ! l
;,ro -.0-- d by Chain Reynolds ass* j
,\. phtlip Randolph has so diarnat-l
1..;, ,■ i .■ baioil vduc."■ or;. tio> |
i« ri.'ion terrorism |
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b THIiRS., FRI., SAT. $
< MAY 6,7, 8 ,1
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I.s.r. I*RESII>E\r Dr. «.
O'Hara l.anier, t > Minister to , 1
t iberia, who r.afned presi- ,
dent of Texas state University \
ear Negro*", this week.
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Aside from l.vir.g listed in the;
- • H)4d Wim's Wit- :n America. Dr. !
Lanier is a m^mbeu - of a numbtu i
of Lading national associations, i
A :-!*a•<.■)•( by D: B. K. Braze .i'., .
' rlcun of Morehouse College in t..c j
t% iib go Cbapt-l Sum) .-.y closed out i
m. mccimg . j
f Dr Aloert \Y. Dull prc-uir-ir o'!'
[ Dillaid University a former na- j j
? iiouai basileus of the ."atermty; Dr
•’Aharlvs W. I uvw of *ho ito'.vard
Vii b.-r:! S'boo!. aWsnmgtun. D. \
(.aid discovei ol tr.e blood p]a:;m:t {
..... s, N and Thamas o;, Vice ea- ■
I basih u.- of John ion C. South '
j Til): . Chill 1c.1t.!. N. C . W'.'lC .
-! ■ ~ ii!!•.-(,' V islllHS
j ‘“luting li:e m-’clnm. I;
Negroes On 3rd
tarty ticket
For I louse Seats
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i Former FFPM Member f
f<> Kt lire, riie
Book On Minorities
i CHICAGO (AMP) - A leader in'-’
she field of i ace tidal!-.-ns in indus 11
try, I'dits tiara E. Southall, ass is- ! J
tunt .Hsrsonnel man < £ , r of the Ire
: tcriialioiuU Harvest Company, an ii
j i-uncod her retirement this wee.; j J
After 28 years with Harvester. 1 :
Mi s h.'iJtludl is well known tor i i
I her work ic lhe irittv.ration ol !\’e- |
ro '.corkers at International Har- :
! vesv.i. She has served on the boais'G
of Chicago Urban league for sev-!\
oral year A and is nh-e a trustee of;!
| Hampton Institute. j:
During the war she was :ip|*‘i
ed by president Roosevelt to serve
on the Fast Employment Practice J j
committee, She is a member of the 11
American Council of Race relu U
lions. _ _ _ J
BIRMINGHAM. Alt Set: tin,
Git a Taylor. Idaho Democrat and
Candida ,c for vice-prcndent on the
Wallace Ticket, was fated SSO and
t.ven :i six-months’ suspended sen
tence Tuesday following his arres*
by litratiugiKuri police Saturday.
'The Idaho Senator, who has been
. in- Senate* most stauncr
advocates of liberal and anti-jim
cro-‘, legisla* ton. was .. rested when
he aitempted to enter a meeting at
.. Negio ehuroU whete he >va*
schf'fiuicd to be the principal
in the cufi’-.' with policemen
which resulted when he ignored
order.' of a Birmingham policeman
.o t-ii'ci !.o a dour other than tha*
used by Negroes attendiur* th»
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MEW YORK - ciat ifying and
re.. If inning the non-p-rtisan post
tuijj of the NAACP, a commit**'**
of the organization's ar oinal bifod
i i dir*?eiors this week adopted the
following resolutions:
••II is the policy of the NAACP
that noithei officers • or meorbet?
<4 its branches shall use the name
oft he Association or that, of a
stanch for the aid am assstance o'
the candidaetos of. theniselves or of
any other candidate for iiolitical of*
(ice Whenever of of anv
i. ranch run for polnical office, ti
i shall be rhe duty r.i -urh off sc jra
j and of the branch o make it clear
iio the nubile ** ncith r the Asr-s
r’iiii 1- 'a, < hruUvh stiyp c-i
: neb ca<W!li*cy' since ’he Ast-oc: i
lion dots not Sltppon a y polit.iy.ji
party or candidate whatsoeevr.”
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The North Carolina Supreme
! Court Hus week refused to grant
a revue in the case of the Rev.
: James D. Pridgen who filed a
: $25,000 suit fo r malicious perse
~at ion and false arrest against
Ihe Carolina Coach Co
! The Rev. Mr. Pridgen’s suit was
■ the outgrowth of his arrest at
i Union St.’.Hon in September, 104
for disorderly conduct on a war-
Irani obtained o> Dispatcher VA
! Green following his refusal t >
jit in the mar oi a Carolina Coat n
Bus bound for Norfolk, Va.
j The miniate’ claimed that he
i possessed an interstate ticket
| which permitted him to sit in
j any part of the bus he chose, " to
• case was nolle prossed in Ci
. La’cr the damage action was
filed against the bus company by
the Rev. Mr. Green and a Wakr
County- Superior Court ruling
acid that the bus company was
imt responsible since the dis
patcher’s action did not c-ome
j within the scope of his authority
las the conipai y's agent.
NEW YORK Many prominent
Negro leaders are counted anirni.;
•- uosc riling for Cong ess on ibe
new Wallace Party ticket across
the country, a cursor; survey this
week revealed.
Included are Magistrate Joseph
11. Ruim yoi Philadt., r.ia, Dr. J'jac.
E. T. Carapoi o* Baltimore, Mary
land. Dr. Ulysses Cam; bell of New
Jersey, and Margaret Bush Wiivm
m Missouri h>. California, the new
Independent Progressive Parly nai
nominated seven prominent Negroe*
ioi Congressional posts.
New Party forces are nominat
ing their own candidates for Con
gress only in the- districts when*
voters are provided id choice oe
«wecn equally reactionary old par
ty candidates. National Wallace
headquarters has announced.
Magistrate- Ramey, New Pa. ty
candidate in Philadelphia's 4th Con
giessional District, is President ot
ffiaatiaued on 9WU

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