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16 Pages | ~ "NORTH CAROLINA~S LOADING WEEKL Y j S coFY 10c
VOLt' ME XXVIII RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA VVF.EK ENDING SATt'RDAY, ACCOST 28, 1948 NCM BEK 8
SEE LOSS OF HOSPITA L POST'
£ £ ■&■ •■£ if if. if if. Jf f if f f A A A
Negro Marine Officer Assigned
SIO,OOO MISSING FROM
FUNDS FOR WARREN
COUNTY SCHOOLS
WARRKNTON TU- tu;nu--t
hnt conditions which iiav- mark
ed the Nc-gr; school; of Warren • i
County to; a numiti of years ]
exploded into the open again last
-week r*.. St,a, Ik-pai tment ot «
Education and SBI officials dis
tjOsad e\ idt-nct-s t tan it,,aca- of
approximately SIO,OOO which had ,
been allocated fur payment ol
Negro teacher salari-'s
Involved in the alleged misuse
of the fund' was J. Edward Al
len, county superintendent oi
schools lor the past 29 years.
Accord 1 rttt to the- mfoi mat ion
released by the Department of
Education the probe has been
quietly underway lor several
months.
As a result of the probe eve j
denco has been uncovered that
the funds involved bad been de- |
signaled and alloted by the state
lor. the payment of salaries of Ne j
pro teachers in the county.
The checks i:v these salaries,
however, were endorsed for a se- <
i ond time bv Superintendent Al- ,
iConriAuttci on pa&t’ y ibi fiction > j
INTERRACIAL RAM;
HELD IN THETIS 01
QIAKTER MILLION
Philadelphia (ANP) An all
out move bv local police on a i J ,
interracial gang of alleged burg- ;
jars brought the total of its mem- ,
bers from 10 three weeks ago to ;
22 this week and the urging 1 1
tbelts tr o t SIOO,OOO to .. quartet !
million d- ’lars.
So lengthy were the charges
against the men w r,cn arraigned •
before i!-e city hall magistral • ■
last week that the hearing lasted •
more than an horn. The chargt
mil a felony to artneu i told up.
mit a felony to armed holdupp.
According o detectives the
crimes ranged front a $4 theft at
an auto 'ales agency to a safe
robbery which netted $.10,000 and
two diamond rings.
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FORM PLANS New ¥w!t ,
City Officers of* she newly- j
termed Brooklyn Citizens Com j
nnt e? f«r the Keeleditm of Pres- !
Idem Tfinnui talk over plant* for ]
& Scp.eeafecr i‘U.h Truro».» Civil j
El*bk Day with C-ohgwsaimao !
R'tllia* 1., Oawson of Chicago,
tPmUrnani of the Naiiottud Cltt-
WOMEN ENTER RACE
FOR S'l ATE SENATE
INDIANAPOLIS VXP>
ins. t lualfth Herod ha-, btea
ttviuim eii i» the Progressive
j’,: y U-. A CJ.l id.,.it, *ht '*-
duii.l Mute stSiate It as!-
nouneed here >his ueth.
She is, well known tor Iter
civic and church work it) tin-,
city. Mu- ■.-. il- ano.her woman
on tltt- Progressive slate th h.-t,
sirs. i.di:a Johnson, who is
set king the office ol state audi
tor.
FARM WORKERS
LOCKED IN TRUCK
FOR 68-HOUR TRIP
DETROIT iAXP) - The im
portation us four truckloads of
Megr .' laborers from Georgia here
;.t s2a a lead was .a i’cd iuac
last weel:.
Y'r. sh t rom the we.si are rolls of
Georgia, 212 Negroes including 23
singh women told that they
would get jc us paying them Sii
to sl2 a day
Angrv about the whole affair.
Janies Mi.ou-, directoi of Michi
gan e-mpl.y merit service, ordered
the trucker, Clyde Thompson of
Savanna t . take tin- workers
back
Athough the refug'-os had bttti
in Michigan only a v. <■; ,»c, Thomp
son has lm-n able to round up
only 41 men for the :e!urn trip.
He can f 11 si none ol the single
women. He raid rn,.st ol the men
found things in Michigan much
better than in Georgia.
Lack of Sanitation
Conditions under which the
migrants Raveled as well as those
iCunthmed on page B, Ist Section)
! zens Cornraib.ee.
Shown srattrl left to right are.
j Congressman Dawson and Fa.her
i John Cok-man, Chairman #f the
] Brooklyn CiuwmiUce. Standing
| left to right: Charles Rellar, Ear- I
i emlve Secrt tary; Mrs, Mafgawrt ;
IV. Jkown, C«-Chairman; and
Olai-ftnce WUsen, Treasurer, i
ASSIGNED Second Lieu
tenant John Earl Rudder, U, S.
M. C.. ii:e first Negto regular
officer in the United State Ma
rine Corps who was assigned
to the lb S. Marine Corps Base
at Quantico, Va. last week.
Story on this page.
Marine Corps Photo
HEALTH AND CHIU)
ACTIVITIES CITED
BA Pi A CONGRESS
RALEIGH - Repi eseiUanvt-s
li om IP counties and PTA units
studied techniques and too!.. ana
lyzed oppinions and listened to
directions for the future in ,
"Health Venturing and Activities
for Children Through The PTA”
in the third annual workshop,
held recently in cooperation with
Bricks Rural Life School
Consultants for t*,e 4 day sex
skm included: Miss Grace Hah-.
- Planned Parenthod of America
Mew York: Mrs. Georgia Barbee
health educator, School Healtn j
Coordinating Se rvices, Raleigh; |
(Continued on page 8. jst Sectu-n
USiO ASSIGNS
NEGRO OFFICER
TO QUANTICQ. VA,
The first Negro officer to be •
commissioned in the Regular Ma- j
rine Coi ps Second Lieutenant j
I John Earl Rudder, USMC, of j
1130 Clay street, Paducah, Ken- j
lucky, is now undergoing training '
in the Pre-Basic Marine Corp
School at Quantioo, Va.
Second Lieutenant Rudder, who
j is 23 years old, entered the Ma- j
; rine Corps upon graduation from j
] Purdue University where he wax
| enrolled in the Naval Reserve Os- j
| ficers Training urogram,
i While serving as an enlisted
1 man in the Marine Corps, during i
World War 11, he qualified in
1944 for the reserve officer train
| ing program, and was transferred ;
: from his duty station at Majuro
Atoll in bit. Marshall Islands for |
: enrollment at Purdue University.
|He .graduated from Purdue and ,
; accepted his commission in the;
• Marine Corps on ,r>V J Y 2b. 1946.1
to rank as a Second Lieutenant i
j from June 4. 1948.
| Second Lieutenant Rudrii-r on ;
listed in the Marine Carps on
July 23. 1942 Ordered to Camp!
j LcJeuce, North Carolina, he en
i tered the radio oorrators school!
! and. uoon completion of his i
j course, became an instructor at •'
| the MontJord Point North Caro
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BOARD URGING WHITE
SUPERINTENDENT AT
PORT CITY HOSPITAL
$41,235 NOW IN
i n urns I t N O
NtVV YORK --- Receipt us
citiittibitnuns pir.i week amount
,;; to $-;5)9.7l truught the t).
... . n l<- lei*: • . uiui u< „ total
of $41,255,4*. the N'AAl'l* an
nomicod today. Contribution!,
receiv'd last week int lulled
5152 fla.m the l ast Side Ingram
< lab, Detroit; j>!;' Iron, (lie
Tliri?.\ Twelve C|ub
Akron; and $5 Irum the Com
tniltee for (i\il Right'. Riook
l>n.
COUNTY TO GET
HALF MILLION
DOLLAR SCHOOL
NOTTOWAY, Va. (AMP, - ’
Nottoway county will build u
$500,000 I igh school for Nc-groes
litre, it wo- announced this week i
bv Hay F. Reid, c.iunlv superin
tendent of- bock.
The new school will be con
structed to relieve crowded con
ditions in the present high school,
Reid raid. T.< t m completed in
about 15 .nonths, it will contain
18 -lass oms to accommodate
600 students, It will also have a
oaic-teru. \ i.xual, aid, ait rooms,
shops and an auditorium.
The old school which had eight
classrooms for 200 students will
S become a consolidated element
ary schoid. which will replace sev
eral one room structure s accord
ing to Reid. It ha.- a simp and
; lunch roo.n, but its nutrition has
: been converted into classrooms,
■ Reid said.
Mo court action forced the
, building of the new school, he
: added. It came after a survey by
.the state department of education
at the request of the county
|school beard.
WALLACE SOUTHERN ,
TOUR SCHEDULED TO !|
START THIS SUNDAY |>
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In his first campaign tour si net o
the Progressive Party nominated
'nrn for president. Henry Wallace
will swing through seven Southern
states for a week beginning.
August 29.
As in his Southern tour last year,
"Wallace will defy wliat he terms 1
the “criminal practice of Jim \
Crow," find will speak only to mix '
ed audiences of both Negro and
• v/hiU- citizens. j
The trip will add hundreds of ;
1 utiles to what is already one of the;
i largest and most strenuous presi !
;dential campaigns in American po-:
i litieal history. Starting his cam
;paign cn December 29 last year i
j*ix months before the party eon-;
j ventions Wallace has already j
j cross the country, delivering 82 i
: addresses in S 2 cities .of 30 states. I
i-i addition tc mekung a dozen ’
(Special to the CAKOI.INIAN
from the NVilniington JOt RNAI.I
WILMINGTON One. again
i Cumin unit j Hoxpit.d man
agement ertsh.
A lew weeks ~xo it was report
ed Tirougr. the columns of tile
TOi'RNAl.' that the pie sent board,
gs- mo t o : it. . .
deni upon placing a Whitt supe. *r
■ mndfiit it the Negru
This report was confirmed last
week, when in executive • tort
the board is said to have m’e*--
v ifV. - d a prospetive numager, and
.ic ’.x ! ’’ Forth.': XI c
; eh,:med that the boaxu may pay
tr.c white .man .$5 Odf.) yearly,
whereas to date it has paid a Ne
■ :.l . ;I» : 1 $2 011 l 1
SI ITRIN rUVDEN l GOOD
Mhs Mi.rcarot Gin n, superinton- ;
: dent, it js admitted hat done a
splendid job. The board states. .
nevertheless, that .t must have a
person trained in hospital manage
. ment. with a colleec degree. It is <
'.■aid that there aie several appii- I
j cations ftoir. NcgTOes on file with }
'Continued on page 8, t-.t Section) i
kiiioi N.c. \nm u.
I \H 1 TIVE Itll S A l
ST. AGNUS HOSPITAL
RALEIGH - Mrs Evelyn K
Brown if Htu Ea-t Martm Street. 1
Uie wife oi A. E Brown. Raleigh j
District Manager lor tue North;,
Carolina Mutual Life Insu a nee i t
Company, died Wednesday after-w
noon at St A,- aes Hospital follow- 1
ing an illness of several weeks dur* 1
■ anon. i 1
The decea- ed the former Mu j
Evelyn Kenley of Columbia, S c.. ;>•
was fifty-one years old at the time j ?
ol her death, and before coining l" ' -
Rak-b'i; a live Lad lanyiit for a ;
: number of years in the pubic ,
school; of South Carolina.
She was a graduate of Howard j
High School of Columbia and of j |
iAllen University. She attended the!,
St. P: ul AME Church in Raieiari •
where the wa- a stewardess and a j
: .Continued on page 8, Ist Section)
studio network broadcasts. C
TWENTY CITIES 1
Next week's tour will find him
making stops in more than 20 citic r g
in the state ol Virginia, North Car- |e
olina, Alabama. Mississippi, Lout ;C
s.iaria, Arkansas and Tennessee.
A sizeable group of newspaper- li
men both from wire .services', ciai p
l.v newspapers and Negro weeklies g
will accompany Wallace and hi*
party.
On Sunday. Aupust 28, he will E
fly from New York, via Washing
ton, D. C. to Norfolk. Virginia E
where he will speak at a luncheon, tl
He will address the nominating : p
convention of the Virginia Progres* | n
sive Party at Richmond' in the as- i
ter noon and will attend a rewp-jy
lion that evening in Durham,]"
North Carolina That night he will | n
<Ct®timteA on page 3, Ist Section) j«
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Afriean Businessma ll
Seeks Lost Son In U, ,S.
IB A DAN, Nigeria, Wen At ties (ARP) J C. <2 las.', on
of the most successful businets men in the. thy of SOO,OOO, Ihe
largest purely African city in We-:! Af.ica, »» ac.rnntj his
who is named Harper Gic.-.; and who is seme where in the Urt’-le 1
State-He is anxious to find him because he wishes him to join
him here in business.
J. C. Glass is operating the largest bakery business in thi.
area. He lived for many years in the United States where he
was on the stage, during the Wukams end Wu-kor and Cole
and Johnson era. Remarkably we;t pr? rved f-'-r his age. after
travels and stage appearances all in England, France and all
ever Europe, he went to Liber’.* where !u became a Liberian
citiic-n.
l.ttK-i Giasx moved i. Nig-.-iia <> . i enUri-d businv Ik-. W
Mis. Bc.uiaft Glass and son. Haipc:, lived m Cilove.svilie. ...
wlit-r. h, last lie-aid troi , ilieui. Hr plans in fx'v- his c n j
hii'n -j. a partner. The Asso-.«aUd; N = o Vus, j :.f/ Bout’. Ts, k |
w«-y, *CLi, -go tS, ill. will f.“ *jlad to fun-ilsh u;c a' t.-ess i j
vilh&i flit sou or Mry. Glass.
Scout Wins VFW
1948 Award For
Rescue of 5 1 ots
William Jackson, 17-year-ol<l
Scout t IliJ Hill Street, Colum
bia, Mo, who with thine ol:, '
Boy Sc ut,s saved the lives of;
live srrm: l raildren from burning
to death in tnt:.r hornt is the win- •
ner ti•• Js)4B W-tei an :.t F
eign \va s .scholarship, it was, an
n.mnivd Wednt. i.y Dr Ei
belt K. I') els. ill. Chic! Scout V..
eeutiv i i the Bov S.igub of
Ann'- ica
The V t W sehulars.'iip, > misiM
ing of SSOO, and a gold rnedal, :
awardeu annually to ~n L>wt:,tank
ing Boy S -out of First Clas.-. rank
or bight* ■ between 15 and 1
years »>!u, who ha.-, pivviouM;
received a lire saving av, usd id
the Boy Scout:; and who has A m
castrated Si-nut ohiirarter. lead
ership, e rod scholastic ability an 1
unselfish service to others.
Preser.fafrcn on Gopi. 2
Ray H Bi annaman, ('omman
der-in-CJ.ief ,>f the Veterans e. ,
Foreign Was . . .! ps- mi. th '
FSGO scholirship check and gold 1
112 GRADUATE IN
SUMMER CLASS
AT HAMPTON
HAMPTON, Va CoHege-trairr
cd persons should use then intel- t
Icetual training and powe r not so,
much lo oecOrae masters of men!
as to become servant: of the tin- !
fortunate, the Rev W. E Carr mg- ;
ton, pastor of the St. Catherine A.;
M. h Zion Church, of New Ro-;
chelle. New York, told a summer 1
gradual : ng class of ill! person* in
Ogden Hall at Hampton Institute
Friday m,.tr ■ August 20
"You represent the privileged
group among our race," the speak
er at the Eighth Annual Summer ;
Convocation declared “You repre
sent knowledge, power, and privi
lege but all professions contain!
people who let all sort: of evils j
grow up around them without
teeming to care.”
The ones who do care, asserted j
Dr. Carrington, are those who con-j
,-idei themselves, like John the
Baptist, “rent bv God.' and we
therefore, “concerned about the
physical, mental, and moral devel
ntem of those they serve.”
"The, responsibility 1 pin no ,on
you today,” he told the graduates.,
"is to make out. of your own cum-j
munftio- the kind of world you ■
want to have.” _ j
ni ,.;l. j young Ji'.ckson next
TLur.xday, Sopt 2 at p.r.i. J
til.-. Kiel Audimritim in Lt. L«n->.
ciunr..f tne natiuii.il c-’icampin*-!.!
of ih-' v'-toraii:-.’ organization.
The Ncffro lad r>•cc-iv.-'! th c
C, .hi Ho: ■: McdiU f: <ul the 1
He .cprusi-nu-d .vim':, 47 Bay
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the five Glascuw children tic
t'idt-'-Si 11 vo y t.%*i!.> (»4.i vviun ii.
d<vt; i-id their h:.-me on 0ct..;.«
10, i :»40. wliiio tli* ir moth', v.v
a-.vav on an i.-.nul
Hub'll Staple ton alii - roo-wi
the Gold Honor M- .!••) wh.h
Augustus Cluimlev a no’ Burt. ;.
Ku m.rd-oii rc.-dv-l C -.. ti
for 11- -nu-.ia.
i(.’w,tii,u<-d on pay- 8. Ist Section •
liOcal Mitfi In haint
VuHus 01 Slab loomis
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T C Curtrc died, in St. Ago ••*
Ur pi!al la'.rt- Saturday ear na
(run r-.-ai wound.: allc-gedly infi-ii.
rd by Janie- McNeill who is
being h Id in the Wake County .tail-
Surviving are his wile. Mr.- i.ui
a- i'a.' 11; i i:-- : -n. S Sat .'a a
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