ARMY SERVICE FOR
YOUTH IS STRESSED
BY COL. HAMILTON
" LANGSTON, Okla. (AN i '' •
Tiii- - cream < f mi.- voip: . ■• i ’
b* encouraged to join the armed
of the Uni ed State,-, Cot.
Wt; . A. Hamilton, former --.Uroi-toc
01 the HOTC and AST Uamii:;; at
Prairie View Collet- wr-to in in-:
current issue of he Southwestern
Journal of Lang'ten University
In making his proposal, C >
Hamilton stressed the importance
of Negro participation in the cu -
tense of our na ion. He criticized
the old "Ain't goin’ to stucH war no
more" attitude that Negroes hud
in the pas
This attitude, the odoml 1
lias lietd the Neg‘ > back in t . ser
vices ever since the Civil w, r
Speaking of the armed foie* at the
beginnings of .he world wan. b<
NO PAHTK I.’ATION
“Whereas then \v " a real t.itc
lens the teeuiai arru.v and na
tionat guard - upon which to ex
pand our multi million army an
navy, the Negroes of America prac
tically did not exis except t r the
vat: l untrained raw levies which
iliev were called upon to turn - It
■'Thus the Negro segment ot «•
nation were practically drangei
to the armed services and vase
verm In other words over three
quarters of a century had been
spent > Ice ping, and Nt woe had
defaulted their right as free men
to a full or at least rear- liable pal
t.dpation in a transcendent ally > n
portan phase of our nation’s life.
“The pattern had been ■et W*'
were no! used to the set vice: and
the services were not u ed to us
Col, Ha mil on pointd - tit that
Negroes had made a numhei of
rains during the past wat Hr gave
two reason for the shortage ot
Negroes in the armed forces m tin
1. The American government tie
neglected to consider the claim.-
ot the minority group tor a rer,son
able participation. 2. The American
Negroes as w>.U as their leaders
and spokesmen have been aslet p
on tills topic
"The job a.’ll tint b< • : ksb
id by wistful hinkitig, by execu
tive r.rder. legislative eiiactnv-nt nt
judicial pat. 1; will be accompli cd
by the combined effort- .1 us all
extending Plough several genera
"We should encourage our youth,
the talented, the educated ones, y
enter r.e army in reasonably cre
ditable numbers We rmst devote a
reasonable proportion of tire ‘cream
of cur youth’ to this very neces
Th* officer aim advised the
Hressnu* of education and public
health to raise the overall level -t
literacy and heal h among Negro
"In this way he wrote "we can
alleviate the tremendous d;sad
vantages which we have faced thus
On The Beam With Gene
By EUGENE S. POTTS
Greasings io my readers wherever you may be
Good luck, good health, and success, 1 wish you all throe —
Many are called by few are chosen
You can't wear your garment until it is wovtn.
You get out of life what you put in.
You can't finish you. l ) tasks until you begin.
The paramount topic of today is politics
It you don't play em right yt<u'H certainly get tricked,
Knowledge is power so it has been said—
Commonsense is a great foundation wherever it's laid.
freedom!! Freedom!! we heard them shout—
But as a reality it hasn't come about.
Freedom of speech has been premised, time and again
But when faced with the facts you act insane—
We are not excited over social equaliza'lon—
But we do want social justification
We want an equal chance with proper facilities
Then we will surely succeed with our own abilities—
When she boards the bus why worry about her seal.
She's the one that prepares the food you so graciously eat.
In making your bread and salads she always uses her hand
Yes, she's human, but you don't went toe understand—
She nurses your babies and faithfully protects health
But if you are forced to sit near her in public you pretend so
be frightened to death—
Why make so much fuss over segregation—
It would be more profitable to seek sdui salvation.
God doesn't measure men by their hair nor their skin—
But by their lovely soul that's hidden v-ithin.
M«ck. Baptist interracial Commission
REV. J. R. HOLLOWAY-Director
422 1-2 EAST 2ND. ST,. SUITE 507
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WELCOME TO THE CAROLINIAN
"The Spot With a Hearty Welcome To All"
The M And R Grill
814 SEABOARD STREET
THE McILWAIN TWINS (Thomas and Lewis) Props.
! far, of having abou - 70 per cent of
i | our army levies: classified as illi -
f crate or near illiterate.'’
. I Othm Hep; advise! by 'h- ■ colon* 1
: | Included the enrollment of more
t! college men in the college HOI C
1 programs. All in all. Col Hamilton
* | i nccuragtts hard work for the up
: lif ment of the race not merely to
■ be better qualified for a military
■ life, but to he qualified for good
ottizenf-htp in all phases ot Amos -
j ican lift.
FEUD IS OVER
NEW YORK ' ANP> What
was the price of the peace treaty
hi tween Raymond Jones and ins
tenner friend and patron, Mayo)
. ' O'Dw.ver?
Joiies, a Harlem figure since the
days of the d'pre sion and early
i racial, conscious movements which
* wf re frowned iipcn in tne best cir
• clt-ts, was; restored to the mayor a
good graces after a trace kicking
episode that had the town by the
’ j ears.
Shorn of his mantle- as mayor *
1 ! spokesman and holder of a $7,800
■ job as deputy housing commission
. er. Jones biumced back to the
: latter po»t when the smoke had
O’Dw.ver. shrewd politician Hv.i
' he is. -aw that the majority was
opposed to !us program, so tie de
cided not to light, but to medial- 1
with the result that his brother
w,.s ciio.-en a: a congressional can•
didate and his choice for the debut
' ».u suno .ate’s job got the old
Meanwhile Jones, who had lin
ed up with the insurgents, sat pat
in ’ii things c-one hi.- way. The
popular story is. that Jones held ou
tur a nnnibe; of jobs for Negioes
; 22 Iti fact, ranging in pay from
$4,000 to $12,000 per annum —for
’ bis support and that of the other
• •'lured leaders: m Harlem.
Wink it til*-, ed these jobs bad
leeii promised, 1; s a drop in the
bucket to the total value of the
pt. tongue job- handed out in Jones’
GY'. !1 diftnet.
WOU&N All) \\ \m
bi i mmm chop
NIPS —From the Atlantic Sea.
board, comes new :, of a ; v s .
cultural miracle, worked out ie
the oit of Ninth C&rolma on land
hcintofore designated as "lit may
to hold the world together.'’ Th*
known to ns as "Bonnie Blues.' e
the miracle. This year one top
■■duci : netted $70,0u0 in tin
short five week season, it is re
' :.y: -s ki s s-i . .. . ....■w,... . jcc-r,
MARRII’P Ai -hewn
Mr. and Mrs. <: P , i so In
Tilaehn -ii ■
ceiltly in ( .as sit • hi',
the former .'it • t > - >» a
do!vn tiOiihu', i- th* .~t ..htir ■
ltishop and *trv I>i«: s.i 1 Cor
l lic et remore is emit • esl
till the lawn <-i i- . the
bride’s parent'- by the . 1 1 \
tflai kw fit, i J.t ii ‘.’c n! tic ns’ill.
Bishop lilltnrii gut;- i In ule
away In marriage '-tin man
lihtekwell. brothii oi th* : room
'< - y it! e tie ’ in .in
i.fltt’Oln i . \ ■' l \‘i\ Hl
Is f hud U inner IH
JEFFERSON CITS', Mo Ot)
N. I ‘ - Jr, v/auicr O
the Hobt'.i S /■ V(o;li>.-l'ia
Wi.rkl War 11 veh.-r:;n. v, t. spur
It (■ :-(■ fct; , v fields c; ruins as hig!
Picki■]> rie ’!i- >r' tna
flit s’ pick Gil is pock tips‘ or ntoi'i
9f A Summed
\W Hr HAiH DO’S (
THEY MEET ALL DEMANDS
HAVE YOU* HAU PERFECTLY ,
MATCHED. lelett Creatiom Emily j
.V A. Attached. Human Hair—All Shadet *
*" send no money, just tend tom.
pie of your hair or state the color.
I THE JESSIE RARE PAGE 60Y PAY r O ST MA N FULL j
S lie e W i DE ‘ iT EVENS AMOUNT ON DELIVERY
I THE ROUGH EDGES OF YOUR %
I HAUL Price $3.00 j %
I STYLE CHART SHOWING 10 W £ WMfflOMli
I WAYS TO WEAR YOUR JESSIE /T
t ■ ■ ■- 'u ,i j £
..... ■ 4*^ TcT* i
'az,.,, ifeflM I CURLS CAN tsE WORN ON THE
% I TOP. SACK OR SIDE OF YOUR
I HAIR. PrhosS.OO
| , JESSIE TARE
J cauf. if Pr ocluc / 6
j 507 Fifth fivenns, Bom SOS (ost. } A) fteft'Yfffc 17, If. Y.
I STND NO MONEY! SAT'S fA C ft O N ■ CUAiANTttDi
They are honeymooning in 4Vii
tiamston, N. C.. after which they
will make their home in New
I itain, Conn.
f!ie bride is a graduate of
.Tohrisen th Sir.t’h l niver-ity and
was member of the faculty of
V kins High School ill Wills ton
s.iSrm Site is also a member of
(lie Alpha Kapa Alpha sorority,
Ihe bridegroom tva; gi iduated
ii-ii t ivingstone ( il> ; i and is
rcyy ps-.’iOr sit the i iiiiiit A AIK
/ '■ r -» ( him ti ih Sr \ Blitiiil.
i iiiou I itriiit f I ■nm-
I» i tili/ei ( m l*avs
li k 'd iiu i (-• uli< of heavy iernl
i/diiun of corn on a lecent tour o?
I!: • • Gec#<- W White t.,nu. Marsh -
•■.. iI * • Route 1. repurls S T. Lloyd.
Frgi'o countv i t tor the Stale
iff ■: i ..■(■ F - - .: ■ ion Strviee.
L: thr i White has not used
fi'itihzr: he, vily on iv> eon This
yhowivei: he is attempting to
:e how much c«'»rn ho can pro-
Hi- ' ed N. C. Tike hybrid feed
chick h; piircha In u Milton
Harrell of the same eon.munity.
Afti i broadens: ;.g t ible t .onurt .
White applied 400 pounds ni 4-10-6
at planting, arid late: ho sidedress
od with 200 pounds o 1 4-10-6 and
100 pounds of nitrate of soda. The
rows are- 3.5 feci apart.
"The corn is really looking fine.'
Conn y Agent LI yd commetitod
fter the tour. T think. White has
I-Men After Klan To \
\ Collect Tax Due Gov’t
NEW YORK <ANP> T-Men of
the U S. Treasury dcpar'men. 1
>een set. on the trail of the Ku K: ■
Clan as ;i result of .1 pltrtt rna
,y the Non-Sectarf'.in Anli-N.sz.l
eague, backed up by Rep. Arthu!
Rein of New York, he league re
ealed this week.
Th' ret enuers have gone aftei
t!ie Kluxers, on account, of tin un
aid federal tax bill for $085,305.03
wed by llie Klan. For the pasl
»vo years the three-quar.er million
.liar hen hat been collecting no*h
tig but dust in an Atlanta court,
ho An i-Natn league chat m*\.
Grand Dragon Samuel Green
toesn't know it, but two T-Mon
cere standing’ within a lew feet oi
dm as he conducted the mass Klan
nida ion en Stone Mountain, Ga.,
fitly 23. the league said.
TO IMPOUND FEES
This revelation was made in a
of Interna] Revenues Fred S. M.tr
ettir Innn Acting Commissioner
in to Rep. Klein, advising that
"The .were.ary of the treasury re
ferred to this bureau for appro
priate attention your telegram on
iorsing the suggestion of the An..t
--| Nazi league hat treasury agents ....
on hand to impond any fees col
lected by the Kian incident to a
public initiation on Stone Moon
1 Two deputy collectors were us
| signed to the mountain, Martin re-
I p irtod, but failed to see any money
Pressing for more det>. rmined el
f been convinced that fertilizer pay;
He is certainly pleased with the
results thus far.”
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forts to cul’cct the tax money own
• i • the KKK. the An i-Nazi Ita- !
...ne Ir.is wired acting Revenue Com
misrioncr Martin that the Klan's;
purse strings are held b.v tire Grand j
• Dragon and a Klin repp named |
j ' Waters.”
i Claims by the grand dragon that t
the resurgent Kla nis not liable j
ifor the tax debt run up by th
dissolved Klan corporation an
'•flimsey, - ' the league ..aid, point !
1." ou t..at "it is; a basic principle •
inf law that a lien follows the pro- |
| the iviir.v. nt Kian is not liable
: with much profit" such properties ;
of the Klan corporation as the
' copy i-p.h cd Klorau ritual, propa
. :;..nd;t booklets, patented rober, re
da)ln, and insignias, the Anti-Naz i
j ’eatme charged.
In tts wire to the Commissioner j
«ned by Administrative Chair- :
dune-; H. Sheldon and bon- 1
i suit ant Sietsnn Kennedy, the lea-j
gue said it is An warding photosta- \
■ tic copies of these properties, and,
ndhtd that it undercover “observ
' <•: imode the KKK s and ready to
testify that they are in current use.
.If the bureau of internal reve
nue will simply inform the Klux
ur.-i tha they must pay off this \
three-quarter million dollar debt,
the Klan will go out of business
'vernkht for all time,” Kennedy
Aii is removed from citrus juice
in commercial canning so that as
the juice stands in the can. its vit
amin C value and flavor will not
be damaged by oxidation.
--■—»» ■ ,
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1948
. . . 5 . GOOD BALL PLAYERS
COME TN ALL RACES
CREEDS G-- S'
SO DO ALL AMERICANS/ '
Holin’ Demonstration Agent
To make the tluvor of canned
citrus juice mere like that f fje-h ;
juice many housewives have learn
ed the simple dev ce of pouring the
chilled juice back and foi th from
one glass to another just befor •'
serving. This puts back into the
juice the air which was removed
during vacuum canning. Labels on
some cans of citrus juice now car
ry this suggestion
But scientists caution that ad
ding air this wav should never be
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BY tit'Hi fTRRKNT, State
done in advance but always jus*
before -erring and with well chill
ed juice Otherwise, the added air
will have time to affect the 0 in
the juice, bv oxidation and this de
stroys some of its important nutri
live value and its fine flavor as
wc-i! Because oxidation goes slow
. in the cold and also because cold
jute absorbs air more readily, the
si.ii-nti; *-, navis; always having the
juice chilled be sere pouring it back,
1 and torth