‘WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1948
SOUTH AFRICA CUTS JIM
CROW RAILROAD CARS
CAPE TOWN. South Africa
<ANP) —Jimerow railroad cars
were introduced here success
fully Augu». Iti, it was reported
this week. Cape Town's Mtrhnr
ban railroads have installed ears
for Europeans only.
This segregation, which applies
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For Paris To Attend
f N (General. Session
In response to an invitation
from Chester S. Williams, Public
I Lie son Officer or the United
j State:' MNion to the United Na
! tions. Walter White Secretary of
j the NAACP, will go to Paris in
! September as one of 25 or 30
: representatives of organizations
I wh) will consult with U. S.
i doiegates .r» .;.. veral matters in
! clud’ng F-y all-imp *rtant Human
] Rights Commies ion.
Th ’ NAACP Conmittu.' on Au
i ministration which functions in.
: between Board meetings, voted
at it.., last meeting to send Mr.
jwhit, a.-: the A soohition's repre•
! .More than 25 American organ
izations including the Foreign
Policy Association. General Fed
eration of Women’s Club, Ameri
can Jewish Committee, Federal
! Council of Churches of Christ in
j America National Conference of
! Christians and Jews, YMCA. La
! her League for Human Rights,
j National Council of Jewish Wom
;en and YWCA, will have repre
‘ ' sentativrr in Paris.
1 The NAACP was included in
i such a group of organizations n:
; 1945 when the United Nations
■ was organized in Sun Francisco.
; Mi. White expects to leave about
! die middle of September.
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Hold Meet At Tuskegee
i Tuskegee; Ala. (ANP) Holding
j its annua] meeting at Tuskegee
I institute last week, the National
Vocational Teachers association
; denounced thf unequal salary
i scales paid Negro and white
teachers for equal work in the
At ♦] e same time the.-e teach
ers pom 1 d out t. i aithuugh
! many of the southern states of
ficially have equal pay scales,
: they manage to pay the whites
i more tlv ueh a supplement pay
A local government unit will
j pay additional wages to the
j teachers. The s e supplements,
| however, usually do not go to
Negroes. Tennessee seems to be
the worst offender in the use of
Road Crash Causes
Buddy Johnson io
| Miss Engagement
: KIMBALL, W Va.-A record
■ breaking crowd of more than
| three thousand per--ms, wh turn
led out for a one-night dance eu
■ gagemenf of Buddv Johnson and
' his orchcCra at the local Armory,
were given rainchecks when the
bus carrying the Johnson crew
met with a highway accident,
.causing the vouthtul maestro to
miss his first date in more than
six years of touring with his ohm
According to road manages
Bernard Archer, the accident oc
curred during a driving rainstorm
when a mree ti uck skidded in; >
the side of the Jo hr -on band's
uur, badlv damaging the bus and
■■baking up several members of
the ore'.-:stra, although none -u
--1 tained injuries.
Forced to miss the ono-nitm
in Kimball the Johnson band con
tinued it tour in a vehicle that
. was dispatched from Charleston
i while its own bus underwent ma
j ior room's.
SO! PIER S IIFE
SENTENCE Cl T
NEW YORK The De
partment of the Army has
informed the NAACP that
the sentence of life imprison
merit leZsd against former
Pvt, Linwood Williams, for
allegedly having attacked a
German woman, has been re
duced to 30 years, WilliaVs
had appealed to the NAACP
for assistance through his
family in Oakland, Califoi
me. Acting upon this appeal,
the Association, through its
attorneys, intervened before
the Department of the Army
! end was successful! in ob
taining the stated reduction
FIBER I AN ’ PRESIDENT
Monrovia, Liberia tANP) —
President William V. S. Tub
men of Liberia announced
last week in an official com
munique that he was going to
be married Sept. I to Miss
Antoinette Padmcre. They
will be married in Monrovia.
The bride-to-be 5s the
granddaughter of Arthur
Barclay former president of
Liberia, and aho the late Gen.
S. Padmore, Limer secretary
President Tubman became
a widower when his wife died
July 14, 1944.
A NEW CAROLINA TRAII WAYS SERVICE —-
FASTER BY HOURS ~~ f SMIXED STOPS
SAME LOW FARES
. Lv. Raleigh 8:00 AM
Ar, Asheville 4:15 PM
Ar. Chattarmga .9:50 PM
Ar. Memphi* 7:10 A M
Travel time includes over 2 hours, stops for meals
Also —~ Carolina Trailwey* express buses leaving
daily for Washington, New York, Norfolk, Charlotte,
UNION BUS STATION
217 W Morgan St. AfßPlfeifc'T..
5 , this system
S C. Anderson of Pender
I county, N. C., was praised for his
i work i n rinr* hotter housing
f-M Mre. - H also set up credit
> units which. 'Tabled the colored
• people to finance better housing.
In analyzing social problems in
Negro communities in the north,
the teachers said thkt these prob-
I lines had their roots in the south.
Such things as poverty, v oor
I I health, and lack ol c- tuca tinned
: facilities caused the social lag of
colored communities caused the
[ Colored communities,!!! the north.
] they concluded.
. i Guest, .speaker at the meeting
i . was B T. Dilworti:, Alabama
, state suv'rvisor for vocational
. educatior of both Negro and
f white children. He told the group
that novelty is the main problem
facing southern Negro families.
Th-” National* V<nation Teach
ers association met at Tuskegee in
connection with t.;e annual con
vention of the Nc w Farmers of
America, on organization of about
’26,000 southern Negroes of high
i school age.
TO DEATH FORMER
El RETS IB YEARS
New York A sentence of 30 '
. .years' imprisonment against Gen ■'
: era! Pris -.ner Ln Wright, a
former serviceman from Cleve
land, Ohio. h»s been, reduced to
18, meordmg to iniermation sent
! > flm NAACP bv the Depart
ment -f the Army. This case was
first called to the attention of the
NAACP by the parents of Pvt.
; Wt ight m April, 1945. Wright had
been given a sentence of death
so; allegedly having attacked two
Ge "man women. A- a result of ;
the NA AC P's action in the mat
; tei. the rleath sentence was set
aside, was suhseaucntly reduced ,
to 30 vi*aiand has again hero
j rduced to 18 years imprisonment.
Asks Lifting Os
( U.kIiUKA, Australia t.AN'PI
Bishop (■• H- Uranswick of the
Anglican church this week ask
ed that Australia lift its racial
bans on immigration and admit
quotas of colored peoples.
The "n hite \ustralia" policy,
he ah|, creates antagonism and
should be changed or restated,
2h bop fi'answirli is chairman of
the Vustra.': us board of missions,
Fxi <pi for tf'e 1944 'crop, Irisn
pot; ti-i h;iv-o been lu heavy sup - :
’ ply every year since the pi ice
•.upptMf pii.ic.ram tenm? effective.
9 Tty Tk.iqJ-dwu
Br Bni Paixson
Is l reckon (atkin* up Free Enter
prise is jus! like talkin'up Religion.
Everybody thinks that everybody
else should knave that it’s good fer
RULES ON ENTRIES
; TO VET HOSPITALS
| ARE LISTED BY V, A,
; Thrs* simple rules govern ad
! mission of patients to Veteran.-;
Administration hofpitah, VA j
pointed oat this week.
Emergency' cases, regardless of !
the'cause 5f iniury, got top prior •
lity adtnßsioii to av& hospital, j
Next on the prorjty list are vet- '
erans with service (connected ail- i
men!. VA said, That’s where the j
■ injury of disease to be treated
was caused by war service or
made worse by it,
j The third rule concerns veter
ans with non -se-rv ice-counect .• :1 j
: disabilities. These veterans mav !
be hospitalized if beds arc avail - j
able and they affirm they can- j
not afford to pay for treatment j
elsewhere, VA explained.
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