Negroes who want their "rights" but don't want to work and fight for them do not deserve them.
PREPARES MESSAGE Bishop C. L. Russell Bishop Russell of Washington, D. C. prepared the quadrennial message of the bishops of the C. M. E. Church, and he will deliver it at the General Conference in May. He presides over the Middle Atlantic, New England, Washington, Virginia, North and South Carolina and Arkansas Conferences. He was pastoring at the Chestnut Street C. M. E. Church, Louisville, when he was elected bishop at Hot Springs, Arkansas, eight years ago. Known as a Hebrew scholar, he is the first Negro to author a Hebrew book.
ANDERSON HONORED BY URBAN LEAGUE Charles W. Anderson, well known attorney and member of the Kentucky State Legislature, was elected to membership on the Executive Board of Directors of the National Urban League at its annual meeting in New York City last week, for a term to expire in 1949.
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