n- hfch ENDING SATURDAY. At Gl ST t ■(, lt) J 8
ROOKIE COP JAILED
IN DUAL SHOOTING
NEW. YORK <ANP> Franck-
T Hogan. 22-year-old probationary,
policeman of Brooklyn, was ai
raifned Sunday before Magistrate
Joseph B Glebockt in Brooklyn i
Felony court accused of having
wounded two Negro brother-,
Leon. 29. and Alphonse Lipscon:
Suspended without pay from the
force. Hogan was released in $2.-
000 bail for a hearing on Thursday
in the same court on irlonou- a-,
The brother:: were sitting on the
steps of their home Saturday night
in company with some fmnds,
When Hogan, who was off duty at
the time, came by and ordered'
them to go home. A scuffle folio*
ed during which the officer’s gun
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- yew», yr TJur-nirp-> nw-r-- -»
win fir til wounding the two broth
, ers and himself in the Irtl shoul
It \\ as reported from the Kings
1 County hospital where the two
| brothers weie taken that they
j both had two bullet wounds each,
; and that Alphonse was in a -eriou.
T'he officer is alleged to have
i been undei the influence of liquor
at tla- time of the mek-e
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BITS OF NEWS
Dr and Mrs K R Ciaike of
;! Hk'hrnbnd and daughter, spent a
week a! Full Bragg with I t atm
.'Mrs. W. S F’ord
Mrs. S V.’ Thaggard motored to
• Atlantic Beach with Di ,1. W
• Soabrouks to attend the sioirkhoid
, ers meeting of the Atlaritir Beach
! Corporation, July 28
Dr. W. C Melchor spent week,
’at Atlantic Beach. *
The Hendersons us Ramsey Street
jtiave gone to their ommer home;
Iflt Atlantic Beach and Mrs. Nellie •
: I'aylor and hei three sisters are
I visiting them there
Mrs. S. VV Thaggard motored to:
! Raleigh with Mr.- Mabel Douglas
:to carry her ncice Barbara F’ord
Woman Dentist Heads
Dental Health Effort
| For Birmingham, Ala.
BIRMINGHAM i ANP) - Lb
Eugenia Mobley. 25. is the super
vise! of the Negro dental health
program for Jefferson County. Un
der this program she heads a stall
jof five members, and a group ut
i -ix dental clinics
Member- of her start an Di
Bernard Jefferson 27. ot Ports
mouth!. Ohio, dental interne at Me
; harry Medical college; Mis- Lorn e
! ■ Pharrls, 21. dental ass,slant and
senior at Alabama A. and M < a
, lege; Miss Anita Davis hi, Little
1 Reck Ark., hygienist and senioi
dents Istudent at Memory. The po
sition of dental technician . va
Work is done amort;’ prenatal
I patients and children, 3 to 13 year.
I old. The hygiemst moves in first,
cleaning teeth, X-raying them, and
: giving sodium fluoride treatment,
iThe dentist then extract.-, makes
fillings and adniini ;tei.-. pievc-utiva
cuhodontic work for children.
Dr Mobley works with th
' spa sties sr Slos-field, and also fill-;
,-oia k i n g engaih m e n t s She w ant s
to work with lay groups and help
th.m plan project- distribute
1,£ 3 1 h information and giving den
t-t he altii education.
Ihe young dental head a native
of i itu: villi- graduated from Me
harry in 1940 and interned at S'l<v;_-
field Dental clinic >946-47. After
internship ne received a lei low
'-hip from the U S Public Health
taf*tvice. Recently she received a
• master s degre. in public health
from the Univnuitv of Michigan
i Hi :,dp,;art. r- for the Negro den
• fa! health ;u.- r ian, are at Slo-s
held Other dim. s are located at
the 'IB saaitorinm Bessemer. Ox
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M*M TRUCK AND TRACTOR CO.
219 WEST RUSSELL ST.
! 5111 or 5112
' ' ,
liain to spend » wt.ik with tier
uttii-r mint Mis Naomi Swam-.
SI Gliarh.-. Willteiton spent iwo
weeks vi itli his v. de in Kentucky.
Henry Sherman passed suddenly
iat !.; hr, me Wednesday night at
ll i Robinson Street
tin luesda.v. August Unh Mis
'Carl A Warren ,<t New Orleans
dejjatied bv plane !,.,i home Kir.'
lias been m om e;t> for two months
Visitin.- with her hustj.uid who is
aatloiird at fort Btayg While here
she wes entertained by tlie many
friends . he has made
Mesdame.- Ford, Pei are and War
Iren motored to Durham and Ha
- leigh lot the day Shi - had j very
. mou school. Eastern Health centei
Wt-tfrn Health cente r 3nd Enslcy
State I,j \s L Cited To
Bar lute I'rom i exas
i ollesre For Searoeh
AUSTIN, Tex. (ANP) Jack
Coffman, a white citizen of Hou
ston, who applied for admission
-a student to Texas State Uni
versit\ for Negroes, will not b~
able to enroll for two reasons ac
cording to Ally. Gen. Price Daniel
here last week. Daniel based his :
opinion on U. S Supreme court
decisions in the Gaines case from
- Missouri and the Sipuel case
‘ The two reasons were that the
state constitution and laws pr
vide white and Negro students
.-hall be educated separately. and
’•substantially equal course- ci
.-tudy and physical facilities an
. i tfered white students at the Uni
- versify of Texas and other state
, i.t liege?.’,’
Daniel’s opinion said, “Under
1 ie-e decision- it is unquestion
ably now th< law that the -t,t;
. may constitutionally provide •ep
facilitiv foi the t-duiafi-ut
. of Neero and w tote students
P'ny as the facilities offered not .
. . groups are substantially equal "
613 FAMfJSEY STREET
t | RHONE 5451
W. ( l,«\ »•, Fayetteville's nhl
t-'.f barber shop owner, lias been
in ,tie barber business on Hills
boro Street in one place lor !0
Hi is a graduate ol I avtdle
ville Sta.e learliei* Collrge stud
was one o! .■state's great pitchers
in State’s hey day ol baseball.
tehig the owner el
l.m t r, (Sarin* i Shop, lie has nth
t l tun in iilti-1 liH i , Pnol
i.ji on Minichi on lto.nl ami is
Ij. '.ft etilli piiniuiler of Negro
ha'.etiall, 11. is fond ol li.lmig
inti hunting He i in es.pnt bar
ber. a lueunbri oi Ament an l *
> ion Fr. t v>ler.in it World War
II and number of St. Luke AMF
mu m: \llli s to
(,i i same bi si i trs
\s m i s oi i.wrw us
Hi 1 ON It All Cl SISK
l OK WPi
Inductee- . nlistwn:. and members
■0 rc-ei ve oi/Vim/utiom who enter
ti.i rni'itai y vvici; from pernu.ii
■ ■;* 11 1 position.', in the fecit ial gw*
envnifiii. wilt have- the same vet
ertir) pi et<-1 net mid e.la ante--
,restoration to their jobs that v- T -, -
.*. .u; of Wui ki VV .. II base enjoy
ed. Um IT. S Civil Service commit -
■ sioc, raid this week
The cornmion pointed out that
, men ale .milled to 'll, .-
};.’ iviject : liccttcdiiie tb the Std.-ci
; tive St-; Vice art ol 1948.
Tile act provides that the return*
v«-ierr«n tv ill have 5-points
added to his rating in . sum na'uom
, and it lie i a -rmabieci veteran. he
ill eei 10 pOiia’s uiid n addition,
: will go to the lop ■.,! the its' of
! hgibies along with oth r 10-point
' ; veterans,
The- act fur her -vide? That a
rellli !;! 1.-» rovei 1,0 i>'i, ‘ v-lili'luV. .-
> who ha-, been ab-'f-nt on military
' tut lough : ball l.i returned to he
. iold job. ’f i! e\ .to or !o one oi
! like seiiioiiu • talus. an-- pa;,
!: to the ew/.t iii.o the job d-i.e, not
J exist. tilP he:;:! oi til, agvncv V
he was employed i: iespor. ibl«*
for fmdir.s him us.-ilh.-i job ed
i comparable grade and pay
i Aii t nips i‘ ct* -on niiutai v fun.'U 1;
j nuirt be con- idei-fd for ait piiimu
: tionr for wliit'li bn 1 \s c.'Ui.l have not
i rnally been .'on'.'kiered it he was
• not in the am, .d s<-rvicc.s and if
tlf is selected iur )>r«m lotion. he
. must be official!v promo mb to the
new position:), and must also be
consin c i ed
it the function;- ->f an agency or
part -■! an aeentv a,c 1 rt,m,ft ;, rvcd
n., another agency, the employe on
military furlough, ui hi« return
tsir ! be asr.iglie.:i io a r, ;, -ohr.,b. e
: position in g. a a- and pay in the
' new agenev In the t wilt Thai an
agency is abolitthr-tf ana is- func
tions not traoshTred to another
; jctiocv, then the i nifccl ha ate-,
i Civil Service co:ntriiss;.in. upon r; •
oy such per;on•, must place
them in podtiom of comparable
; grade and pay n: the executive
biancti of trie tederal g-.-vernnifci.t.
which are either vacant or held
cry b person having a temporary ap
These returning employes will
not have the right to displace per- ■
maneitt employes in tin* event that '
their old position* have been
abolished, and they must apply lot j
i restoration within 90 days after I
Nearly a million person- movcu
tc farms lest year from cities,;
| towns, and villages. However, dur
ing the same period mu ethan 1.5 ;
. million persons moved away from
Wly f yisiqMw%&
By ffiLt. PAI bSOA h
“Peopie who want to plan oar eco
jicrtby remind me cf t oivsin Ned.
j | ts he'd spent a& much time
! m planning,.. he*4 filed rich."
69 ARE ARRESTED IN
ENGLISH RACE RIOTS
J.IVKRPOOL, Mur iANIM The
police lure.' in full stri'iiglh >.va.-
; c!il!»'d iii las! week to halt iacc
: riul ing a:: tit) nu n ami .cunteu ~il
ho t.’i races were ancslod and
..‘hargcij with rioting.
•Scattered not: occurred here feu
throe nights before police v. re
. finally eulied in to .slop llu- fichl in a
■ f’uust of die fighting .. ined in
jMtcni from while nu n uii.n , at set
in:; white women going •.• itn . ioi
'■•! nu n. an ordinary sight here m
Mu.-.t ni the Negroes involved
:«r< sramen l:om British W> .1
. Africa. Police p-0.-.c-cufor i.' Mi
• 1 ’a!li::Ir-i aid The latest and Idt
pest fight began outside the Brit
ish ho.*,tel tin llu seamen.
Police are on cusid day and
; night now to prev ent recti) retire .-t
I i.OlilllA M\N 111 11 1
IS tl 10 MISHAP
( laienee U. l.amar of Jackson
ville, Mia . sustained a sprained
nark when an automobile ui winch
he was tiding as a p.r-ui -.-i t-. e
involved in a wreck at the inUr
'Ci.tion of Bo.ylan Avenue and la
uolr Sh e. \-, shrrtly idte. 2 00 Fn
Attendant.- at St .Agnes H..*pital
v hev. he was Is.ken folk!a tug tic.
a. cniem reported that h. i.
was ttrapped at ti:e hospital, bui
ihat he was r, e idmitted "'as a ja!
Police listed the drivers, ol the
su’GiTiobiics ~ l .true, \V;i hiiistou
■. t .! u l.Ss iiviilc. Ft.',., who v, a- om-r
--.a 1 111 y- Tie* veiiick’ in wmeli l.amai
’war tiding at the tine ol th.- au- •
dent, and TValiei R Joliu-on ot
Damage tn the in.at of John
son's car was reported as S2OO and
to the right rear ul Wa hinptoii'>;
car a: $350.
C W Edward- investigating
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bFf ’< >.NI> .SECTION'
Oflicers have collected .-uch wea
pons as liras- knuckies. iron bars,
knivw and a large -word Kluieis ;
also ust'il beer bottles, daggers.
I idols and Oven a saber
Must nt lit.- CiH peruoiui appear !
■inc, m null'! •. wtirc bandage: arid!
1 p.itefn covering Injured spots •
damaged during the fighting
H’WA ISks KIR
tl’l'OlM MI’.NT 01
Mil,UI) TO VACANCY
WASIIINUT'ON fANP) Dele !
i :itos from the United Public!
>Vo! km union called on the
Whitt* House lust week and de
1 in.-nded tile appointment of a N«
ci n to fill .1 vacancy in the U. S
Uivil Service cointnission
In making its request for a
Negro vj.vr’l .service boaid mem- 1
oer the uaion .said that this
would make it possible for the
Pis: Kl‘-ut tc. demonstrate his sin ,
. wily ui making his FEPC or* |
A gioup of 15 Negro leaders i
aa. eiidot .-tl tr.e union’s dnvi
tar a tutored civil service cum
missionc-i. Among those leaders!
Raymond Tillman boaid mem ;
'■i United Transport Service
< ir.pl. < CIO; Robert C Wea
-0,0 Teachers eolkge Columbia,
umvei : -ilv and Dr. J. Wilson ex- 1
al’a'-d i dci I. B and P O. of the
Mr:, (-’harlotla A. Bass, editor- |
P'lblishci, California Eagle ;j
Ewart Guo tier, secret a*/' -treasu :
... UPWA CIO; Charles H Hou !
I*.*.) raid Johnson’: ea> skidded 38!
l. et before the impact which raus- :
ed Wa* hinytonV car to turn up-!
Mil. down after it --truck the curb)
of ft* street
Business Men Brought
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; stem, chairfnan, national legal
committee, NAACP; Dr, Chafieu
S- Johnson, president, Fisk dni
versity; Dr. Joseph h Johnson,
dean, Howard university fne.li
Dr Mordecai Johnson, presi
dent, Howard; Bedford V. Law
■on, national president; Alpha
Fhi Alpha fraternity; Dr. Benja
min E. Mays, president, bfore
n iuse college; the Rev. C T.
Mmt ay, secretary. Fraternal
'Council of Negro churches, U. S.
A.; George R Murphy Jr , Paul
Robeson Dr Wendell C Sorner
vile national secretary Lott Ca
, rey Baptist foreign mission;
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