Clipped From The Pittsburgh Courier
Seeking Seat CATON Liberia has started a campaign to Council of the United Natiohs. of the.TJnited Nations. Libe her selection cn'the counciL berry of a Lena Street address was held in connection with the alleged rape of a 20 - year - old wo man in Washington Park. Another Another assailant was sought. The young woman said the suspects drove her companion away with sticks before forcing her to submit submit to their desires. BUY 1. SELL 2 BTW COINS White Man Held The importance - of this move is that although the Trusteeship Council concerns itself with the matters of rust trerritories, most of which are in Afirca. there has never been a delegate to the Trusteeship Council from a Ne - grj country'. 'J'here have been delegates to seifve on the Council from non - white countries such as China, the Philippines and Thialand, but so far, there has been no African. African. - . WOULD BE SIGNIFICANT The election of Liberia to the Council would hae particular significance, Liberia, in addition to being the first Negro country to have representation, would also be the first African country. This might be important in demonstrating - to the people of all Africa that they are an integral integral part of the United Nations and have some; voice in solving their own problems. The Council is responsible for the administration of the trust territories such : as Togoland, the Cameroons. Tanganyika and Ru anda - Urandi, all . African terri tones. I BUY 1. SELL 2 BTW COINS t BLACK NATIONS SIGN TREATY SAN FRANCISCO (ANP) Haiti, Ethiopia and Liberia were among the fifty - two nations of the world represented here over he past week - end for the signing of a peace treaty with Japan. 1 510th Tank Battalion at Camp Irwin Hit - Run Kills 2 Ministers FAIRMONT. N. C. (ANP) A 33 - year - old white man was held on $1(X000 bond in connection with a hit - and - run accident which resulted in the death of two min isters Here last week. j Killed were the Rev. W. John son Gaddy, 78. and the Rev. Mayo Woodberry. 47. both of Fairmont James Lester Johnson, a Far! Bluff roofing contractor, was charged with hitting the two min isters as they walked along the highway returning from a fu neral. BUY 1. SELL 2 BTW COIfcS f Would Quash DuBois Case NEW YORK As the trial date for Dr. W. E. B. DuBois nears, communities in the United States are intensifying their activities to have the indictment against the venerable scholar and his associates, associates, Elizabeth Moes, Sylvia Sol - oft Kyrle Elkin and Abbott Simon, Simon, dropped. Dr. DuBois and his four associates associates in the jformer Peace Information Information Center were indicted for re - Scan Berdoo Ladies Tankers' j iHIostesses At Qub Dedication CAMP IRWIN. "Calif Highlighting: the end of the first week of simulated battle training at Camp Invin, tankers of the all - Negro 510th Tank Battalion celebrated the opening of their brand new; service club recently with a dance attended by young ladies, of the San Bernardino community. Chaperoned by Mrs. David. C Campbell. Mrs. Maureen Anderson Anderson and Mrs. Shawnee Little, the membership cf the Junior Choir of the New Hope Baptist Church of San Bernardino, plus several members cf the Socialite Club served as volunteer hostesses for the club opening. Mrs. Campbell is the wife of the Rev. Mr. Campbell, Campbell, pastor of the New Hope Baptist Baptist Church. 50 HOSTESSES The fifty hostesses traveled the 200 - mile round - trip from San Bernardino Bernardino to the Armored Combat Training Area in a military bus provided by CoL Maurice E. Kaiser, Kaiser, Camp Irwin commanding of ficer. Second Lieut. Leroy Cooke of Shreveport. La,, was in charge of the transportation operation. The tankers, newly arrived from Camp Polk. La - , and commanded commanded by MaJ. Samuel Gibanica of El Paso. Tex, spent all last week learning the latest in gunnery gunnery principles and operation of the M - 46 "General Patton" tanks. Converted from cavalrymen to armored soldiers during World War IL the current training is the first with the newest combat equipment for such veteran soldiers soldiers as MSgt. Joseph E. King of 1619 Manton Street, Philadelphia. Pa.; MSgt. Jimmie L. Parker, 76 W. 116th Street New York. N. Y VVhife Girl for Two EDdDjpe By JOIIN E. I NEW ORLEANS The underworld becomes more understand as time, goes on. expression is heard: "He's a main Piat little white girl' it does employe or Pullman porter is female of the Caucasian race. I No. it means nothing of the soit. foreign principal when ordered f" 'uy iuo to do so by the Government.. E - Forty - seventh Place, Los Ange - Th true mpjinlnt - whlrh - . ...... tne lears oi tne u.xiecrais Tilmadcps mack a t - a1 mvi I One which will do more harm than so - called racial intermingling. NEW - JARGON" EXPLAINED It means simply, that the person person Is a narcotics addict who uses the hypodermic needle filled with solutions of cocaine, heroin or morphine. It means that the term "Junkie" is replaced by "main liner" and T j i j j 1 . . . . Q iwa, Vllll, jQ , , , , , X, V "T - 'IX y ):: x . r.i '' - I ,, ; c . !' :r - v r r. ' " r - - . - ,v. - . - - . v i i L - ' ' V , v V ' ' 'u . - . ' r'tVV ; ' U.'.," , r, .v 1 r " - . 1. Tanl'Are : Thres Los Angeles members of the VraC. I ani.er5 5Cth Tank Battalion (in left pho - to prepare io leave ihs tram which brought them from Camp Po!!c, L - 3., to' naarby p?"stow, Calif., for training at Camp Ir - w'n Lsft to rirht: fc. Obbie Anderson. 1559 N. Indiana StreetrPfc. Eddie Bracely, 828 Eighth Avenue, and Corp. Man uel Williams. 3325 E. Fifty - third Street. Right photo: MSgts. Eulse C. Young, left. 731 N. Claiborne Street. Naw Orleans, and Vernon L Cook, center, 4303 Rosa Street, El Paso. Tek are served by volunteer hostess Billy Johnson of San Berna - dino, Calif., at the official opening of the new service club of the 510th Tank Battalion. - Uv S. Army Photos.