The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 27, 1942 · Page 1
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IT. S KTauvy (Effitls IFnirsil (EcrollaDircKdl (CaDiimimmnssnapimedl S)Mns&w 111 rn 1 ., - 4 AS hvJ JO JQ OLA SnTY - FIVE THOUSAND STRONG ... AJ NEW YORK CITY'S MADISON SQUARE GARDEN ... HEAR SPEAKERS TAKE MILITANT STAND FOR DEMOCRACY 1 - . ' I tyrT - 'yl f - - yn;nffj;y'v v.m i. " ' 1 1 ' "If I f"" Trrr u 11 ill , - . I nJli I (MUM TOHTS T " ,jJlN - imiKDE mum J fMM1 lunbailM: - x . . - .: Lhe Feitura. Ltt New Leader In Advertising, C'ncdatien and Neat Cleui ind Proertwv. SS. TsZ "."' - " . VOL. XXMIl - Nn. C6 MTTSBrRGH. PA, SATtBDAY. Jt'NE S7. l4i PRICE TEN CENTS r - v 1 I : . . . nn in th. si - j Ift to rirht - A o' C.r&."tf th tt Ul d;5cn Square c:re.o. :re - - r i o : . . . Twentv - f5v thousac Americans participated jrantic - March cn ! movement at Ma i Garden sr. Ycrk last Tue - ' iar niffht. a5 many of the na - ! tiro's rr.ost inibta.nt ipeaiter de - ! r.eunced the Axis atd the fee or i liberty witiun our home borders. From this colorful, historic exhibition of unity came an epochal e'.ht - point program desicnedto improve the conditions of 12.000. - tXX) citizen or vr.e " - . w VSCMl! Wrt. - r ihrc m some Of th - j - .. .v;ui brilliant leaders - whose dec.a. - to TODAY Jl - CiGE S. SCHUYLER 95 nvrrert.". liere .S tSe mother of :mrr:scd OieA ""a: - ier. condemned sharecropper. r - .o pleaied: My boy : a ?ood bo;. please save him. he's a!1 I ve rot." Waiter "White, executjv tary ' the NAAC?. who dec.ar - 4 '"Democracv be'cr.js to v - ; en - oae." Dr. Mary :Led Be - t - e - ,vi here v'.th Mrs A. Phi!:p Ran do:; rk,r Cour.c.mar. a "i... - - an 2 F - ank Crow - va.tr.. t" - o cf Yc - fc s most pro ..ner.t :ad - thrilieJ the a - - - er.ee with ; .; tptr.e?. T - ast. hut r.ot r - p. nrrer. Irhn ! Lar: c.rectcr. vr.o f; - ck. .r.. ,ar.tJv i a nr.' - rr.as r.r j a:: f cf - .fe at - rrt; - :f sd - F:t'S r - . - . r. i SpGabePC IIDeffnime uEeaH ID)enmioggacyM U!CTiOT!NAVAL HER0 WANTS TO MEET THE JAPANESE or.y is THEM lc - .ver 1 . ncsii vrorKcrs t. - .ern get . $1 an! :c U.S. "base. news, that the; I - j chess of Wind - j V;nz their - .stay f - ii s Waldorf - As . rm U Alt DEPART - !'7 mil now e - at In Its : jm crow law. K. r i ; the err War'Pt :i. i . :4r - .r who flrrt trll FEPC - GET gOBSWILL wii.r; capiC.'.T th 7 Mai..on - 5uare BiSULTS 1W DIX i . . . . - . u Br Lrnr - D a. duckett j tail Correspondent NEW YORK CITY. June 25 - FcnreT a w - lily - cheers? ross - section which cut bold - v across r - outical. der.o:r.a - ' icna: ar.i fVc: :.r.ff. a vast .er.ee ttrcr.z ;ammei to r:ty r. - C er. T - edJiV artrcval cf LC2 ill Chairman Thousand of Job for Negroe. tr: t: - HAMPTON. Va.. June 25 now iquir - i ' - iBolciiv declaring imi i - ci f - r tfM - wur ' "r - - . I c . . . cv,. - Vnr ovr.fr.t nn.u thousands of Negroes are. go - t - - enJt nf img to get jo irr,:;: "in.. t their ofTicers : .r.r 20 places of :c:cmmodation in . Washington. Ne - - : - cf the .25th - In - . be gratifed to ir. propnate steps" .iiveh bv the War What those . - .re Hastie doesn't VF.nlJNA NAACP fte - ht th Ul3 - rWt ; - :rrjM. A mflOMM - t it ca be f - T, rrwin why mor - .t t in tb Soth d not want t min and eflort ii'i'd thV pfn tax i : v r - n afford to pa Committee a hearinp m w.T n - MaJcon Maclean, chairman Sid pTedent of Hampton I:t. said "I believe the Birmir.grharn hearings trere.amonjf in - cesaful and. - fruitful, of - an these held o far. f Speaking eiore a . - Hampton alumni .jast ; Sa - r - shortly arter ki7 "; ; Co"' rved on Page i. Col. Maclean Scoffs at Georgia Ruling HAMPTON. Va, Jane Dr. Malcolm Mac Lean di - rountrd rrport from treorrta that Neirroea cemld not be trained in white tocational Khool. He state there no law to prevent white touchers frwm training eirte or prohibit them from brine gained in whit cboU - ttornev General Ellis Ar - naJL candidate for Governor of Geortf. ln 1rnMl opinion Ut week said h"2J buildlJtr erected for wntte mav not be ined to train colored Industrial worker. f - rr, - ji - :.ert cf a ha r r.s applause frcm Z?. - vw pa;r r.ri T.es from 2 - ''" : - - r.rs r.ar.cr. s rr.t - r'. tc.: tar.t - Ner - o eaders exprur.ded :he - er.tr. ' - , - :h: r - o Arr.errs s d - .,. Nerro Arr.'r.car.B are i - v - D...J - t'c r.p - - . - t. ' aAi ir ?h task a:so cf crjjh - ve lar - d 've&rs f u:herri :nsu5tr;i:srsi who'ha - .e refused to h.re colored! wr.rkers ion skilled war product - c. i - I. - L. . - t - sreek tefcre t - he 1 'cVeduled hear.r.ps - were opened, 'to r.arr'iers were vciuntanly low. ty - . yr - - rs were he'd :r. St he Federal courthouse here lartj iThurscav t. - .rc - ffh Saturday. w:tii Two Barriers Divipprar at Opening of Heanrs. BIRMINGHAM. Ala.". June:;; - .; t TV. Prpeident's Ccrr.mit - 'dei e? cn Fair Employment Prac - .Jj, oT'thV - r"' tice threw fekr isto the; - Z , V o o r.t - sjc rears i D.fK T - r?.r. ch;f sur.r.e: mat". r - !:Td has aKd perrn.s? ion o e;c.n Nv.t 1 ?ht r - e Ajt . f H :s t"r - - ar r"e vr k ?.". r.ava. hri " - ..v.r.z "d has ha1 ar; .:: : r.cus carter .n. Vr.rl Sams Navy. Weanrr two Ccr.rrrsf.ona: Meda of Honor. T - .c T:rp;n rates a salu'e frrm the Pres.de - t r tf.e Ur:ted 5ta:e. and - her. h - .:rs a Navy vefs'I he - p.pd aooari and 'r.ver. tr srr. - .or.ors accorded an admiral cf tra feet. Hs wen fams and ths medals for h:s i!trrofrr.'t cs th .merhar. - sm cf th tc - pdo. H r? the rt.:. - d hero is r:a - :r.z srrr.e cf his i;r:trj D.rk Beam rd Chief Boa!rwa:r. Mate ric M s at his home . - . :t Phc'.o hv - Interrattcnal Nen. KE30X AOT 2000 8 WHEN Ii WORKERS! over tnese j pcratjcrf a subsidiary cf the Cocal C a. ccmp - anv. Aur.;j ,j rerme - i one cf the mtst v.c:cus m! denial cf emp.oymer.t . :o . i a - arreerr.er.t "ith 1 mem hers t - f the fcmm.ttee :n private ses'ior. ihat they wcuii C' - n - Uy.J o Pa; i. Co ;; ,the Randolph Calls jVLVC Commnnijfic VEW TOBK. June 2i A. rhiUp Randolph, National Director of the March - On - Waah - inrton Movement, branded a lommunirt the victory nun me - tinx slated by the rro LAbor victory Commirtee ln Harlem on June S. HARVARD STUDENT fJSIOH IN MAVY r; BESOtlOES - Tne neu - Lberahzed Nay policy cf accept - ng Negroes for ; given another - fcoost last Thursday when a young naedi - . former urr.picn whose :.ck2rrouni now a ueu - ; :: - - ;f fQrerrien Coast Guarpnen - - tvw - narticipation :n tne ijeDaruiK: , , S3s? Motor Car Company Piart :n Detroit. - " i' c'?'v1. V - " krr - d c Tr n.mes of the four n - .cg i Wo t . T"n Prttsbursh Courier j i is VVASOiVj. tha. our white Str.Ke i Lic; IKSURANCE COMYEKTION IH BIRMINGHAM. MX Will Be Covered Bv M. S. STUART Courier ColuirnUt Sext Week BUSES GONE;? RArn. Las.. June , , r , - , r - n - i nf' - er hrvxh !ajrT Thrrrsdav when a VOUnr I .. . - . tv frr.fn'inrd tc'rririis5ioEed effcer to ever hold ranJc in v.. t - c v9. - Rrrr.rd Whitneld Pxbmson. Harvard university mecixal student, was w i rxrr. :n as an ersin in xe BANDS FACE TOUGH DAYS aC0URIER CASUIPAI6N Flser - . - e cn May recf.ec ... t 5F0R RETiffl: OF D0R1I from Screar - the cath lt Thursday , A. s Ktude - t. R.otir.s ihe caed to artie dT unt.l se ccmrtes his profess. rnal trair. - inf. Ke . a sr. ember cf the class of :r - 4'. ar.d w - .l. he commissioned . - ..eu - e'r.ant. ;ur..cr srr upon gr - - rrent of hea - - equal - .: - ..nments is a . Dempsey man - rordce during ::r democracy, - - ed for this one - ! 25.000 to Army ..cf. Neverthe - ccrj'cral and . Ci w I' - rr - A 1 ' F AMCEl "uw Columbia n4 - JedjcaJ cJmk1s d3t not socially s Thia is bnt RUTH HJJHGTOJrS MARRIAK HEVEALtu 5' - t"::i - rton famous band ieac - ?rUKoSSr:? Darnel Ja - f. "e - , taiVrv - eaJed here Mor.ua, mcrrur. mmd ?V.lh in Canada to - amea. Canaca lLe. The crejw - - r - now OewhaftTSsadtT ttj"" bore MM ' - rtKhard T. Krankenateer.. ... - v n eie - rutixe beard c . fwTft frformed cf the Nvy, 'n:H.i 'action, said ' ' . - . r . r : and the Naw vr. the dichrse. these men Thee u - "tne Dun - ran - f - d rrr 4ler a.t - RACE ON ALL F SOLDIERS RONTS ted.'s - ave? Ol WASHINGTON D C. . - n; n from te c .f. Ure oe.cr mcveJ ;nt S - .ta.rv Cf Wa; Kf - Jeaders . n .,. !". . t. - - . - - - res tt r..s ricss 'Ww vii Bo'r - i is :n,..Mer.ct last Thu:dy. - en ti W' Vcne pari i sKed arout the location of Ne - Detro.t ttfctf t! f - tV P L.C . - fmsa the United States every move tnai . .".V - er areas than Austral and PECLL TO THE COt RIER ( By Staff Corropondent ) WASHINGTON. D.C - June 25 Where is Done Mfllei? Hhy can't Done Miller, the niesnjan who risked h life to sae that of his djins captain at Pearl Harbor, bo rrturaed to thU counrr so that his people may see him? tt k. A. th. X n.m rrrrjnt finrl it M mat to rf turn other men - commanders of battleships, commander of submarines and destroyers, aviator and other personnel and so difficult to return the heroic xness boy, Doric 3luler " 3len who iougnx in me wra r ia mj m ' . - w keM rtTi rned tn the I'nitexl State. ?: bleu ever dealt the band busi - i .; victcry hcus." project ; Men who fought at lidw ay threj. weeks ao hae bees Office of rWene TTanspor - ! tation Asked To Save Bil - Uon - Dolsar Band Profes - j i ic n. i t Br BJLLV BOM E , TbeatricaJ Editor 1 NEW YORK CITY. June 25 j In a valiant attempt to( lUi - p NAME PROJECT AFTER SOLDIERS ON STRIKE Unlike hi apeicretic manner iContimMsd on. Pff Coi - T,, - Jlr 5US1SC3 rrpuru he couid only aay that - they are ro - S iato other area jsr. as u t - opportunity ciferi". both the - h..te a co.ctc ma. - r.a..e; - ...eTr forces last we .n hopes o. pre - ivenun? the ocmr.fte curuuien. of bus traneportaTion :cr traveiinr bands alocr w - :th other cjv.uana as ordered ry the Defense Transpor tation board. , (C on.u njmd om, Pa;t 11. CoL 1) nier ccr.ttr - cticrv y, - . - ,, ,n Umxrti and ths I'ultd State. tu'Dcrtv i' w - - a 34 - r a named the F - o&ert h e rooks hemes! Febnian - are in Washington. 1 4.WiWi V. ... " - Nerro soldier - who - "as killed :n action near Fort Stotaenfcurr :n tv. pw.i2:BeiM ut December &. land wu the armored force first caa .arry oX tfe has been! Men wo fought at Bataan and Corresdor in Jaxraary Februan - are in wasninxon - Yfn nhn nsrticirj&ted in the raid over Tokio ia April are here pepping' op production ia w - ar plants. ( Co aruutad ow Paaa 4. CcL U n n ? i'aa Cot '7; pSxecnbfc

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