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'OPM CLOSES DOOR 1 t - ' - S. PACT WITH AIX. .iCOLLEG TRADES CMOS i S DOOMS COLORED WORKTES BY HORACE R. CAYTOM '3 tsse this coluaa h pointed oat that the binldins trade., union have in fi - " , , tnpcraat uian the emtxacters or enploytn in kepinr - " ZZZ7 - 7. " c rauea on a nuaaoer of instances the! c . .. :c elective even writing la non - hacri:ninitinn clauses will be if aomethinr' Ft - the - ' - 1 T . - - wva - .fc . .. . NfTOM. j r . tar M rket : CTM tfc W - WUn Uik of looklnc ftu - is. i.i. , I - 5? I t - 4 BAT? M t - St mmm. wi pM . - f rt.ti a - wod ano? af,h.vw V. w mu 1M r"Taf ! - mnarf - - . ui t the cotrcts eaf I fas sniping at Dr. Weaver jtaa UJL liooatac Aatoruy .Not. jnd bis e - T - ew. X think taer art! ELTeJJJ H fu the,, I - - - T " 1 rt1ia ti T I t. . . .J I .rawa - awy.. am tturj init nin " - - , la raspect IWa arw. Jt stacked agajaat Uua. ; But to! 1 . rat Lha farm A ml rm 1 mi t f m.4 . QF COURSE titer tweet Wen rem - U th Negro ulmon. Judg. Haa - J t Minim a taua part af inu War - prtmef, BUI umfbaut tM rmuy tad Trtal cl thm cekcraot arc ant Us a Ageocy. aa fe IPairsoin 9 By .Uaniines IE - IFenrell SHORT SHORT STORY Complete In This Issue IF 0 R U Bfl FIG'HTS' RACDSEtf WILLI AMSTOWN, Mass., Sept. 11 ( ANP) In a fight to break down drimination Revun(L we's ruined!" The Deacon dropped his short, Douchv bodv in a he an on Revprpnrf Tnnps' fi - nn str 1 and intolerance, the "Williams - paciai!y Bob Wea - I struggled for breath. That place you sent me to spy on is packed full of our sheep. Playin the numbers, sruzzlin' tnn ineutute of Human Rut;oni 7aaWrai Work mrnvwamm ai MI Ud lam ISa w OU ua UITtM af PMivtlM miTI lllrrr ft' m rvmahm tr - fri 1 - Kajl . . :7yVhJUlK2RS! Atfrh. r.fHThe Good Shepherd, his long legs stretched across the porch railing, opened one eye to keep from seeing too much :SSrSiSSnTlUoV aawftAhA. a a. a - aw a m . , aw . flf Ihi ISta HiinilAr aflarflAAai am m - - 0 a 03. ar rrrnr. mi qjrsinn ox u - - " ' . ana universities. In a recant ftvp - ;day conference, m which six round - ; table discussions - ere held daily. the institute issued a statement ! urging business. schools. youth groups, churches and social organizations to join in a conrerted attack against prevalent conditions. The conference was composed largely cf faculty delegates and students from colleges and unlver - deliver gities. and numbered mora than they er power - - , - ,., . mm Mr. Carta hlS my a po - erWa ts - protest. Waa Wearer "Ea. up on L Jnl n r Omh ..t - - t ataciea mjt,r - T tootilara secure OPM caiWd la to discuss tais )rocking. Deaeoa. Doa' you see ! "tJa.A rSi R Sr" . eiate4 a - 1 .'nrt. LB,L. I! - C r.J V - ". m r'"" - ' Both men made a dive for - s eo - .tr - t - o CIO MM ot r Morr - fiTRuT, 7 "tJ " 5TCund:li ,nfo Deacon tn. floot Th. stranger grabbed .f L aaions C, LY MOPI:. k " ouiieed. Wh them chiUun sea d me. they lhe iuvereild. th. Deacon i tv ti - rv. n wasnt thete a nujhty rear ups and teil that gamblin' man ,w - i fVorn lit t?l.fH3Lrf.,l",rwlI l :1 of lh Negro sdr,' w. . tnn" to close hun dcrrn - ev. 0 j A" ' rtn thu .??" tr - - Sorerr tftrv knew th - .s; . "Quick. Short Stuff, git some "f Constructs Weak - of such a Wk would b Surelv i .7 - T' . ' , ordered the Granger. "He ... wiiaw'tn urrsauoar (Joaamittea. a cr.rk t.v v . - j - iu - aon rone an fainted: " H i iox nun. rtev THE AUTHOR JAMES F. FARRELL Uvea In Jackson, Mich. He was bora M years ago in Nashville, Tenn - , and attended trade and hierh school In Detroit. Mich. He writes poetry, also political and religious articles. He specializes In Bible instruction. His "A ig for the Deacon" appeared in our March 30, 1941, issue. .wai m lutiHi ma wucs waa bml ' r. w lit .... . " ..t I r - '.'' coeatrwe. the bonding industry With no damn if they wanted to itsnd und.' explained the Deacon 'But to jerk around. - 'r about errmtnatioai agsiast NerToea aad a them or. cspectalry after tbev sirn tn'n n ,trt rnaJt:n" wm - r tl " on the floor as sii m - ... - : !: a - orkers low jotajcg fsa. th CIO saion waa a4 a rioaed shop sgrseraeat I talk." said ths Elder "What kind of a - T teaas a. ta attractlag Nrra by tn aronrs know tfie - cauMm M - u T.t don" hurt nuthuV ' mumbled the itrs r J I v carpet and held it before h:s eyes. Gittem - Rex 5niith to read: ;th:s. vou. rommisi;on. a a One - n , n A dull thud caused the stranger REV. G. J. JONES. Man Grand Jury. - GMrr, v husier wvi.t The Deacon lay GuUy Bottom. Miss. 1 P'.easa tnvestizate. and u&e ac - r.f n. ,. . r - v. - - t ... i . . - - .j. - . .uo paper is cat. in recognition or vour ur.ceas.nz maces as pu see nt. B Nenaes bv in V una tsx - . v..., . - "Tt hart n ithiti' mumbled the itrsnzer to himself drive against vice in vnur com - " .r, - priv n , - T ssd were gtUax raadr ta me tke wihiti fin - t kn. . ', - n,,, ,w., i w. . aa he picked up the letter on the m unity, I am intrusting Detective R. T. ROSS. Mavor. tae " a a a s Tw - aaa y.Mt iVrT - eCT - uiowa pieeiy at aaout ;t. hut uiei could have my nose can hurt somethia . - said r r," - nae in mst, iuac a puauc protest afterwards the Deacon. f!M BR TO K.1CX - to Boeaibrv rttt aft. W.... w T3 PlRJiO MI j.T t ,.. - . .. .w . nmijojctrr doui nis psioi : ed around hr tke nrttutir rrt wm M. tkl v, mumbles the Good Brother, h A. F. af I'we.., ...h " .....V: N.;r i . , . . - "ir . . .7 ; " "17 V asJ e p again. - Bern the . ZT7!r. . , " - IT. T - ..' - - J " ""'like vou la r - Sit rr:r. - i. x - r, K - the best poa stale leveraae ti - e crad ununa n force open the membership book tin wm t let 'e - to - black mea Nov the entire T esv r - ntuaxon ! e - en t:gnter than be - foe. ei8 eLx.:nated. . . , nrmrni wrtn roCO a UAT "r - not t." - sspte include I m."ti r - a in tse.r alf Deacon tin. Bast - ten years. Jnet when the poast - i biuty of breaking into the enure ! pv und - tht ma "n't in no buiidiLg trade was poaaible to have rttratin' mood, so wsen he start flTe powerful governmental agen - ! wmnn thllt Pl,to1 m my fare. I r:es sign what is virtually a cloaed i tol1 hirn st " yo" ulea "bout anop agreement wtth roch a,"uln nzn ao a. What that" the Elders lor - jrourt(inr ii s oiscouraxina egs sua orr ENTRE NOUS' VENUSES PLAN MILITARY BALU ew lufjuoci to asa - - . i . . . . . r k h4, . i ricniuvt cr - ciiawm up in nis nair c is oniTlt reenr BeoTe m.iir, i . . I :. - ety i iiH t Washinrtan wio h.r. ,k - - " I """"" 7; - B inl tn . Dearon"" Conventions Over BY JOSEPH D. BIBB THOUSANDS SPENT. HUNDREDS GLORIFIED. LITTLE ACCOMPLISHED t :.,.er but the shouurg The Conventicns. - uh fev execpuons. for the event - - ' ' - etcxn Hundred and Forty - One have passed cn . into the annals and r - i : :. - - e pat. The echoes cf march mg feet, unkhng glasses, and eloquent voices, - . - - - rite in the a - r. The memory of stormy Je&sicns. "lowinz" repenj. brilliant a . - . cr.i - eri3r t .li ... f , ..c. peihara. , . - . .w - .m.. a r.l3,t3 n A.T.eru - a i "" - ieliisg tie gsve.s st rr.e crr ract of nu - rsn 1 g:T.:i4t up tne gra Te af - ...".v tr.er. tr.tv s.e left .n s l:s - ; t, - ew cfT - nss kert t..ee ttale ,f :eep fcr..'.i..,n and ' re - - self prre'a:g r - ard of it: r - fJ(j..i.,r: , ,r - . r.. - cer tie t' - . "en . ew i 3 .ea - - . , . re r ied ; ? . :er ef - : , l - "raw X "And when I told him jou gwine run nim out of town, he say tell you to spect some company Company with guns'" The ecclesiastic gave his deacon another mean look, got up from his chair and stalked into the house He pulled a battered suitcase from under his bed and be - gsn to pack. The Deacon, his eyes on the floor anuck up to his side You goir." somewhere. Rev' - , und" he assed. "Deacon. ou sho catch on fast"' "What bout the church" asaed the Deacon 'A:r. t noOxl;. tr.ere but me n" joj sor.ow ' comp.aised tr.e Reverend 'One less ont hurt r.utr.in " "Mefc&e ,r,u ain t ben g.v.n me !o..s ana", tr.ey aant Been g:v:n tr.e ipir.t everj - cnar.ee I gets ' said the Reverend. v - . - r ' c - - i. v& sf - '" - .. - t; - - 'J ' " I. - 4 l. n - fiaia. out tnm p:riLi mcy - Wt - i - wj - N - . - - a'" saue si asi T a'MCEl a UaUJlUUn - .7 1 j lm ax - r - ec mat i - arlr aeems a heap mo powerf ul a V 1 as 'iswak. aeta a a 4 . aa. I' - r V 1. T - I . " - t.r.er.:;cr.st - e ffr. !r.e tn.oaing another sock in h.s grip - - . v. , . . i u.v iLcijir.p.ir.cfr. tier trivate secuchi - s If the friis t. - u'h were toid at om I""" comfDiicr.i orro a.a.j - tr.e c ..n . ecticneert and tr.at man vn Sion. ana disetpcirtmer.: wuld .aciuiea tne professicaal group, "Ain t it me truth - the Reverend wre - r.e holiday srrrt and drue preachers Uaers and doctors stopped packinr his bar and sat JVT i. '3ta - :5 - Bd fUtf "c m of Po. - tics They down on the eogt of his" bed. '0txT sta - 't campa.gning aa socn ss one - Why fo' you keep meddun' with Tursr .r,i.. t . caaention is held to control Pig - Meat s Policy House. Rev nd ' TTltSC are penkn t - mes and of the offices to he filled at the the Deacon leaned a little forward .las.ralte!ueT7llf T "" Ttt', canvass and peered intenUy into the EL - jers c - e7 nlctff fjtifl Lr i vt"' uh r - n - .arkafcle dex - facs Is ycu cravia' intimacy with c.ej pecp - a U u s.sicst :r.ron - . - eir:?v that it :s surniisir.a that i 9 he the pri - e f!5. .eeit.ee r,'!n :"'v h,v ro' ?PlVd their acu - 'Eothe;. mat leech .s tan all rrra beh.ed tr.ese ' . m . . poi.Ti - ai i:tni - er - r - eop.e s money. ;J 1 Si w ?j a m i tr Batw ' - ''(V A Jf xfK SaWflMT - . , H - ' " X" w f'rra beh.ed tr.ese 11" VV TL . . I - 'rl 71 P - .i.Ti - ai i:tni - er - tr peop.es money. epU.ntC The reenrt sr.ews f ' egroes on pm.ects ar.d t - .e h,.i nf I;m?. are derided tr. hlloei and tna! n.aaes : - ra a - a.rs wer r;nw ; organ.za - vj - f - ent r. - !. aer.ieved naider fa ee. - ybody. aone prettj atereet ret! irtr a.. - cae so mucr. rtr.ev for , - 4 i - c - - r.Fiisne'l are id - : acaed r... - . rumed .T.e rrrfrxre racl oraet Trev ,hl. !:ir.i sr. - i .ckttert who .tra g:t cac. u - .e pecp. fo.e . are row held T tri' T0' c" "," ' " rrr - f' - ' - .r.r.i - vitn - . - .e e g.t iaca tr.e mor.e . a.c tr.e - ccmbiae. aid "rs f. - r effe m the.r por.et, Deacon . - 1 strained, that 'bottoms p' is the , . . - . - .... . . - ar fe.v. C - " f ' , r the Elder Gets a,i tne mcne . - V f.ol.sh f - - B4 ''J" ,fl L ftotr; ' ' and :j; - .tj .he ctmcr. falt is offeretL are the wvjj of indeed aort.d ar.,1 devpirar - ie - Taint - .ft o - - r cn - icr. p.ev - When the camera was focused cn these two Oakland. Cal. belles, they had their attention focused on the Entre Nous Club s Military Ball :n the Jewish Center on September 20th. Miss Bettye Charbcnnerte of Oakland on the left and Miss Georgia Bullock of L"s Angeles on the r.jrr.t. like thr - usands of ctner Cal - fomians. are ail agog over the event. Joseph photo. participants :n the conclave admitted the existence of discrimination m their respective schools in selections of faculties, exclusion of seme groups from fraternities and actual use of classrooms, and ths enforcement of quota systems as a means of preventing grewth of anti - minority sentiment T1RGKS SET - rT TO COMBAT BIA; ! Reporting cn the prMe of discrimination in labor business and industry. Dr. Alfred Sfclung Lee, executive director cf the Institute of Propaganda Analysis stated in a round - table conference composed cf industrial representatives the damaguig consequences of discrimination ran be seen epe - riaiiy at this time when &H pr - sibie man - power is needed for defense inlustr' purposes. He toirl of instances where groips cc. - iid find aii :n which to lessen the prevailing prejudice against minority groups, and advocated the et - t:.r.p :p cf a system ivherebv thrs interested :n corr.batir.g - dis. - rirr.:r.a - t;on ran effectively present tht;r case to employers, labor !?ad?r9 and consumer groups Dr. Le emphasized tne pom' that 'certain err. pi - vers ria:re tr.at the;.' be pexrr. ittffl t. hire or.iv American citizens, but ?ha: rr.ese citizens shall r.rt he Negroes "f German ext r&r i - r. rf Ital.ar. descent: of .Jew:? - ; r!:e:ous h!:ef. cr:er.:ai - - k r - f Mexi'sn orirm ADVOCATES JOB BCREAT "This pc, rus cut atv.u - ''. per cer. r' An - ."; '.ran citizen. from considers'. ;r - n rf employment." said Dr Lee. a percf - r - .! ate tr.at ir.clurfea son - i cf jur mcst a. - rier.t pro - Demo - cratso AmericE. - .s. ar.c! some ',th erv va: iahle skills ." Special placement bureau, established fcr me purpose of vorkir.g along i.nes of employment cf ail citizens ere urired for the program, 7X Liee further said that :t Mas tr.cugr.; tr.e National Cor, - ferer.cf - . - f rhristians arc Jews could ne i - i5tn.ni en tal in exte,r.il;r.5 ir.ter - grojp cooperation m opposing discrimir - ation in employment tn continuing to deeiop factual digests cf use m f ghting discrimination in personnel policies and ir. aiding tr.e modification f personnel policies more direct! - t. - .rough tne sponsoring or" incai community projects in this field a.y.oat is - - tf Mwsr , - :: Fraternal desnest rations Pacehue aad Venus r.woi rKOBLCM t.r. Tee cc.cied rare cannot afford p rcl.gscy in the gu.e of i.n ef the race Or. fi - gan.sat.cn r.as a " sel p: - atir.g' gir - - p tr.a ..as - Bremer tio. r..s heaa .n r..s hanls "'V sr Afer tr.e costs have AnJ ... ;rom s.de to else . - - Tj ov - i - u i.mm twru j r,e umot sad lmr.is done per - ,r. 1 sa.4 tr.e Deacon "Young held c i:ri uay every"" A.n tr.e ii; tr tr.r. i progress t - e riHVti .r.5ulgd ar.d tr.e of - cut. cal now - daft tr.at me s - jcj - s ire wr.ue cur ecio - srs are oe - a rr.ur - r.ceia eiecieu i - .ar ir.e 1 u f r eet.n Hse is the Cest puui ' - t C - irl" wna dered .a the South., barred from '. - .at ta :. - .e :int r.f tr.e unfor - to tx w - ere tr.e young fa..s a - r. t ' - c - .a;ew - has no trie Ny and Air. jim - cro vl n tunate pi.gr.: - f :. - .. million col - u - Deacon. storms m t - " - tr - t e a - newa me Ann v. ana aeciea wora cn rra pecpie n it in rnoo tasTe EJ,tet r.at t. - .em apoitin T 0;d ecrn make Defense Coeura - rts Such activities ar.d it has any 5LnvrV AL. gzl tr.: e ut rot ' ie strenrth are tncvngrucw aad aut ef snape V A I II The Nat.or.al Baptitt - Am : no fie. sa. ' . - me f'' - a Each year with thee jmt If it is trie. as C - Cvfii.cn n meets :n Clee - Deaci r.ut t. - .e jousj.ni been ' - - a are Be:. 11 is retag retutieuy s - .aieo. irai .in j uei.oio it places Randolph Urges Organization Of Mass Strength To Obtain Rights March on Washington Committee Rally to Race Needs Program Calls for Fed - Receives Dwight Green eration of Workers Behind Vital Issues. Flyer Trophy Award Th Horizon BY P. L PRATTIS 3I0RE SENIOB BOTC UNITS SHOULD BE SET I P IX XEGBO SCHOOLS :!e so rr.u. - n tney gwine to - a.: f.i m.s mar n; I guess me dens cided to have soms fun cn use Sj "ht ini ;w - rocain mat . o dcin . Deacon Nhca somebody ta.es ;o gait means ne dom somethin ou sun t Same thing goes fo me cnurch ' Is tr.st o;d hog that By A. PIULIP BAXDOLPH National Director. March on Washington Conimirtee, CHTCA.rO. Sept, 11 AN"P) At. the National Airmen's Association r.f America meeting here over ths iast week - end. Cornelius R. Coffey These are days of coUosal efforts. Millions of soldiers are hurled against the lilllyS0 foe. On the production Lne, thousands of tanks and airplanes roll erf War budgets now president of the Airmen's associs - lnvolve billions for defense and aid to Britain and her allies. rSX. - t l - r fnr,n?. ., , ,, j. - - i ij Green flver tropr.y for meritorious FTOolems of war and peace, of industry and i..tjrr. ot poiiticai social ana economic conmbii - ions to Negro aviation. s - t.on to meet the isauei cf racial, r : .aker cf.lor religious and nationality dis - . - - . , runctit,.. c th, - .Utohxent or , ' - " SS'.V S - .S ft OflflV LHJOIS5JUII P Ifw 01 HP PP IB r pir.irg CCrpS Unit at lUSiCegee Un tne SUriace irai atr? nui loo mone - demanded the F - everend and dependent business man is ftjlUlfU 1 M r B 1 IfW lv Uf 1 U Uf U Vi l - f U Vaj v - g But - considered m reUtion to its pctentiai sipmcance ana as a pracu - fon h - ;'." tnT Lung Jr. doomed i 'Zr t.js ne ui.t opens the m - ay for tremendous advancement if we take ad - mM tuR .eparste. fmm i - ..s feiios - .;i g . . - - - - Fcr a ltr.g moment me Rexeiend - be v r.f oil ffesr. - 4uste Aft' p.nt. - " V P.e - - - a! 'i ia: 1 . - . - ! la g:ad - . did net - pea 1 hen "Dea - on. I in m. h.n.tv cflets c! - ' - N - i - . sl.r.tgec mecc.. - :.. now opened 4airij.n, rh,rn He c?.eis wu4 na - .ng he - is - , T - 'aeg Mote e mit de - - ackd nis uzht flst in r..a left department band uic; Itv ur.. a .a f - .t - - ,. t - - .4 it., r - - - house could never meet the ejro .cu aan. ri3t. DeAcon lm of giving education to mi poa - '. - O to Stot Negto aoid.ers ..no .v:.iM gto - es 4ted co rs.e HAt RJGIIT TO rSLTARf. mard thst the War ..: ' - : eatucticr.a a' Ta;egee 1 m.wt ,:ge .eiy TO EM - IST MASSES Or..;. - large federatir.s - '. or - e:s can comnat giant sssoc.atir. us of capital The little red BY SOUTHERNER'S ATTITO tut jou cant of children. Evsn religion has its 7 Chicago Times Prints Letters from Boys at Camp Shel - Rodriquez Joins Faculty liliiont . r Tin r I Af KalhitnArAn - m; by and rort bragg laying VYlutes Dnow . m . " - " I - . ... a..e .. k:, m r - is. ! can 2i..:y i T0u rn vo moutii. the Wax depart.rr.n; landcf te - eoe corp. ua.ts m crepar. run - n, is. the preach - P - u. - - - - - Onlv ContemDt for Sold I' - . I the Army stuap ua v.e na.. - ir.e . - .gro ycuta :or ccmmas.or.s in m , ' . tKinW :n terml of iJttie ur.its rr ' LTpw - . - I tPJ9!'JZ " - t.U,rJa - - - cr. - i of t. Arasy That is the - , ,.op - . .mall maneuvers To this end tr.e VrW - I . " 177" test constructive aiep .egToes said the Reverend If them ch.l - aarcn on wuBir.jion cooinuii - n - Tr7i v rr cr 11 A VP i In 1 - rt: - 1 1 ccetant t ae meo large. y unpre - 4 - r.!a in me i ,, - e., t - . - , - are out ta enlist a miUion Negroes CHICAGO. ept - 11 (A - N - rM in 1 - V - i f4 - t1 - ". - f. ! - ?L - - ," Nona must also join mesa units u, givm Nuthin' m the Good m increase the striking and drtv - tLQn cf e ChlCaffO Times, reprints of 1 1 S I '7mZmt leT Tectn CaTal'v, - ren - - a,s ,,CjC ,rou'h - nt:l th' et Book against fun in little doses ' tnr power of me Negro masse. ior made envrnr' oninions on the J I the N iam and ectn ca . sury regi - - ,..,. - nnrt te.v . - ie - 7T . . - - ! - ,.. - ,, - th.ir r.h; ere maae. g - e opuuuiia Li'c e I f""1 - One reaaoa more . tr.eae tc'cn - niasions and keen mem - W ,. 1 - h.Tmrn t.. intii r - Recent histors' m international he t ween the armv and civilians in the I? I T' - !trrirtlJ SZZim, it. 'act :n k004 Armylecn and national affairs .how ,t is net wtJ alked - Ts mora: good. had. M I tt. J.Vi T .ra "ct rav la U lfc,m :n or y ' "If the i oucg - ns r - t their fun etougn to he right. Tou must also Q r l&Alsertrn ' 1 x tt I snany of them were net ... ... pri - . e he nowerful You must also bu.ld . . .. ... To then 1 I prepared, a - tho - gn rt must ne aa - ''. "..' - .' 7 ' .T. IT. . I. . .v, ' sh . .nrk Kepnes ieem a rit va.ieo. u; ;s - Ci5rr.. an I m.tf.vt tn even if iter hal lets organ.iaucns mignt wen come io - . - iu o ouv i .. . - - .. wi. . the reneral concensus of opnion , - im ., - nr. rraxa. Pc.P ' - .y wodaot have .wr at th time ,o consider - ng u,. i?r& m a nr rr ibi m H - a :ai m j w w - - - - - - . . nr mut nfrn DfULifl is iiul i.riLiu. - .. f'.n " . - - ... . . - . - . . - rffl - .! k - l mZ3 As it u as in lrWJ jtsui no nam re " ... .j i " - l r - ft H U UiU ew s a aw aeawa a - w . - s - a - a - wfaki a - wan IT fV - . f 14b T B i fl in IITS r f isiaru mn nvtr niiBn LLniii At Bethune - Cookman e rs x. r." - . . ..it t . i - 'AI UiHA T . , 0 - pi 11 Edwarc R. Rodriquez. former State director cf the National Youth St Thursdays edl - Admimstiation of Florida and re - t i j. ceniiy ire area a. rector oi - "tegTO etters from solcLers f. lV. vrA m ckiim h present relationships joined the: faculty at Bethune - CooV. - scuth. The huesUon niaJ1 Cfi t?,in sere .Jn in ca - p.ciiy oi iuuec 11 111 - ! structor in tie field of social tr.e uniformed man science rt r.ct wormy cf con - Jr - r n. u(a. Yet these P. - . ? - n mr r ur lo a - - - 4r.a . - .,. ,. ii. - ifim.rit units in our scnools - i U . 1 . - - i ! - . 1WJT - - ... - - - w v wn - nn - tnnrv - Tul tnat we are ever going oacan - anow It l. dojht - I know its ths truth. Brother its the truth' " seconds the anti - slavery forces were or - from the Fort Bragg and Camp racrs s a graduate cf men are Bet.huce - 47rOE ma nr. c - fiege. More - ersi'y niver - and men enlisted to the ity of ?hicago Mrs Rodriquez her for the protection house ccilega. Atlanta univ Between the civilian n w" student at the 1 r.at'.cn s defense t If I e fl ... Qk.lhif area, rsnrtrt rr.Mf tr r. ". r. 1 . ex . i . - ' eeis.s It 'u notei that tn. War to the small army w. had aeror. , the - det gan.xea ana - r. .o.. ...e,y mlTL&im communities Iook enpl; . i - ,lrim n planned ta r.r - - tnergsacy. The Negro still: Bom men were so J.ant over to .tnke a telling blow for free - soldiers with contempt P' . at a - rv - ,"tJwt aurrber of students in the hsa a ngrhi to insist that no ma: - their new found remedy that they dom. nd amFUMr - ier.tmostiy ronterr.pt - A.ar.. nM. erse at T.a.egee Tat tr how large or how .mall the fa.led to hear the tall, square WAVT OLCVTEEB AIDES Two boys recentlv trau - .sferred tr. I - TT 1 a - r.... n f ol4 w.sotj1 - ai p,r. arm mas be. Me deaerves h.s pro - shouldered stranger atep into the Tesas from Fort Bmz and Camp I if An lMOOrl - ' i, fSliM IM .un - r .f. f Pwr - ion.t. .hare of r,ff.c.r. and: room. He .tood nt moment It - ss rust proper, and right aS"bv remarked that tr.ey weie V 1 1 C S llCCU - t. ..rn - ..,,, men I may ive ua i.n mm. unui UJe iwq onnDfri - oi - in - - uuu - tor ir.i rrmafni u " - . . ,..av f - nrn these camps la r.ut well haee to ftght and pUn ; Businesa ' flnuhed pvunping each executive Order m the earty stages f. l . r,p,nJ'ort the two FIE point I win to maae. how - for tne officers Now is the Um.i other by tn. hand Then. - Giv;Cf d sc run ina nana In national er - t'ouirh sn'd a soldier - ... .. ever :s that we must teas f - 1! to begia g.lanung pause, gent m.na. I se c ravin' to. fans, oa account of race, color ;MrvlB - hl, term there was likened f I S 1 1 r t . i 1 - .. ,w v with th Rjiv'Tind r. innn r naflnnaJ onariB as it " - m i - i - i - " . , g;e T. - A - ecv ra.a rt - w.r Ce - p - - ...cy sMf : a - . T he an sr. y Ne - tze Arrcy . " s are a . v - hear - - f Negra rs px a - Southern Youths To Parley Sunday For Unified Race Action U jis quer at tr.e college. and pi oresaicnai roup sucn as rave alr - arty heen formed througn Urhan IapTJe cooperation in a number '.f ur - an centers Mr L? is. who is .executive, mc - iettary of th Baltinmr - lei;;i. pointed out that thes lgniflrant contribution of the Negro March on Washington Committee was that it secured the active participation of Negrc - es from all walks of life. he reminded nis hearers that committee dealt with only one single emergency prooiem ana is not equ:;ped to handle all cf the BX - sU'CH - - Bf. Aia - WpC U , - jta theme of the cou - crnci will V. a z Tout - s laadera frswa save a jaouxnaxxi - rmty of the Toatk for the Ctataa wia aneart i - mruri. . . . .w .v.'bttwMS .ted So - tdar. Wrar - nJer lMh. f or aa al caienae mi - " - - : door sncataai aas - coaTerawca ef the XaUonal .maahtaa: of Hitler abroad aAma - a.ae 'hey Council of the SXTC which wva j.j kUum Klansm st nome t . - - a. - - t .. asw aa aaa&afssaBa nhf sft - kOCB m mm 1 1 " Georg. Jefferson Jones Thst you T" was proper and just. Jan. 3tu;"V, " be looked straight at the Oder (But it never happened until the " The Reverend. r - nemb.rlnc Pig - March on Washington movement In view of the unfortunate in Ueats threat to send some com - , was launched. cidents whicn have recently Cared pany with guns, kxiked quickly t Tea. this is an herculean task up tn connection itn Negro troops V w.. u - ..., . nf 1 ... - .. 4. n - h .,., - .r la aoTithern camns. it can well he ti n" "" - rrr. 1 - - " H - - . - - - .. .. - .v. - . j, - , - i - - ,tir. - .h - r . - H - - rft T 4 - a m m t . V. 4 - . .. . - aa r. T rr in ULUUUCI 1 4 - .. - cuiuu ... . - . - ... - - IjnTaytn X ain't, - h whisper - it perhaps will not proceed with a illans thereabouts is definitely hos - JaCICSClN. Miss., pt. U The by Negroes throughout the United 1a bUtX - rrtar tempo because the Uarch need of mora eJToctrva crganixa - tion Statea. - ql. ha the ReVund. all right. - an WasMnirmn CcmimltUe doea not ... . . of the Negro community waa urged; The restricuve pcOiciM tn may thftw; - - H. rnei - haaTr. IcTth. or. .erv Nerro will count.i " - ral .peayen .at the rfS" twi too. txation nrorram cf a million Ne - - 7T .!.: - l . - i wl .. i - . comer ence ox me . - - oiu i 4 . , , - B,. .... Ths stranger movaa a iime rur - ; g - efT - cer. of tke AUaata Life J""0.' i , - ..f cAarsaaa - to lh II sua in Taipio j - s - o fta - da.lAa awc - al, r - 4r - M - 4 cW etti , tafr zeria lasa - nrttal tat t - a - vl iwasivtlli i - Jf - f - a - w iMUtrrmdml ther Into the room, but still stood the ReTcrend and the To the Elder, the stranger md to be all bone, muscle, and i meannaas The intruders left hand slid caaruairy to nis lnsiae coax pocket. Brother Jones cloaed both mm Taa. Too iua rim wut w w n. vi - v.t i - i l h aa low as tna; 1 .. . i . i . . . ,, . . , . . t . - - ..'"' - . - ., , t run helcl at me Urreen .raLure raaaua uuu4 u - uuu .! ca mnt muat nerifordth "d. iT" " - cSSt Se Demoit Urban league m most cities, the. growing hous - tntT.r workers hlgil " hI " near Jackson. Michigan, ever La - tng shortage and rising rents that There T will be no ioinuir fee Wlth mUlion Negroes .peaking Qor Day week - end. Speaking before face Negro famiUes, and tha dang - Evervbodv will be free to wm bv - t " Urns behind one vital issue 4Uilence of fo hundred deie - eroua cta.ckmg of civic moraie slrnlng his name, vocation, educa - ha America and is certain j representing forty - five local 'appearing m many Negro comtaun - - tlon. etc The million Neirro'to erious and respectful Iffuiates of the League throughout ities. Hi of these call for persis - Americans wUl be built upon thelhenB' the country. Edward S. Lewis rec - itent study by intelligent Negro kl - - - k..i. wits . - .r,t.t - f mm,H It the NeBTo masses speaklonamended the organization oiileadersrup ana aeterrcutioa attack hloclL. Every IVegro Is ImporUJitlthjough a minion voices. 'mora local councils of Negro civic on a long - uiric ttaaii. P M if flf j! . - 1 j (TTT

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