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PRINCIPALS OpPO·S.... t.'~-y .. --------------------~r_~~--.-----------------------------~----~~~~~------~--~~----~~ MA ESHIFT IS CALLED "JOKE" Complete Coverap LOCAl· STATE · NATI.At 5¢ 'WHY PAY MORE? "u" OF KENTUCKY, STATE COLLEGE IDEA Th Ne~~~~1 :.~~~~~ BI ~A~EF4~~~w ~~~~ 7,V;;;O:;=L~f:=;;E=;3~1:::::::::::::::::::::::::1s~A~T11RD~~~A~Y.: ;~,;ESP~T~E~MBi~ER~14.:1~9;;4::8:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~NtJMB~~~E~R~~U!l the State of Kentucky an to a by A. E. Meyzeek, former Louman opposed to the "makeshift" isville educator, and the only proposition oUered by the Uni· colored member of the board. versily of Kentucky in cooper- when the proposition was first ation with Kentucky State Col- offered. The plan follows: lege in • token concession to 1. The Ne~ student would the Supreme Court, which reo be taught at K.S.C. by a U.K. cently ruled that each state pro- mslructor who would travel to vide equal educational facili- . Franklort to teach hiS classes. ties for all of its citizens, ac· 2. If laboratory work is reo cording to a statement given quired and no facilities are The Leader by a Louisville available at K.S.C., the Ne~o principal this week. student would be transported to The Kentucky race principals U. K. laboratory study during heldatwo-daymeetingat Ken- special hours. PI TSBURGH COUR MEA DIES tu('ky State College last we<>k. 3. Graduatlng Negroes would and the op,ruon about the plan rcce,,'e a JOint U.K-K.S.C. d i- I ' was expre<sed following a ploma. signed by b,th Dono"an speech by Vice· President L<>o and Dr. R B Atwood. preSident ~ Chamberlai:> of the UnI,'cr- of the Negro college. 1========================================= Slty of Kentucky. All courses offered at U.K., I ' fut~~:'e~p~ys;;.!'~~ers~~ ~:!~~~a~",...an:ot~~;~d~; NO DRAFT CALLS II ISUFFERS HEART of Kentulky and the State (Continued on page 4) WHITE PROF. ASKS MADE BY RACE ATTACK IN HOTEL U OF L ENTRANCE WILL PROTECT RIGHTS OF MINORITY • • GROUPS IN EVERY PARTICULAR IRA LE IS STARTED EARLY wnH Sept. 2.-1n a letter to the \1 only hope that they we", net. Wru;hlngtcn. D. C .. Sept. 2'- IOf men for training and service I THE LATE PUBLISHER, ROBERt L VOla: ew York Tunes published last "ThIS pa.t spring at a meet- ' 0 dralt ('ails will be made b,' und"r th<' Act, because of race Pltl<burgh, Pa.. Sept. 2.-lra I you bUild tillS paper up'" we~k. Harry Best, professor of ing of the University of Ken \ race "and e"cry effort will b-" orc ·Ior. ! SOCiology at the UnIversity of tucky chapter of the American madc to preltnl race from bc- "Furthermore. It will be my K entucky, ad~ocated that N~-I Association of University. pro- log a factor ir:' any rU~l·tioning purpose In the administration f grne:' be admitted to the un'-fessors. I proposed.. that It be of thc Selective Service SY'llhC syst"m to protect the rights ve~sty: recommendation was ~~:c:e :~~~~~b~~ ~~:~u~~~ ~~m~:~. wr:,sw~:"~~r~e::,'~"~;~ ~i~:k~~~~ity groups in <>Very par- I based on the fact that his pro· work in this mstitution. rector. . Gen. Hen;hey said Ihe appear! • ~iar. dia not violale !he con-I "Thl~ was With the under - -Gen. Hershey's sta eme-nt was ance of race on the registration ' shtution and kws of t~e state standUlg that the proposal was cont3.lned in a letler. to Walter I card "is for identification only." and ~ould not conlhct With pos· not In contl:ct with the con- Wnite, ·AAC.P "ecretary. who I sible plans for regional schools stitut ion or laws of the state. had InqUll'ed about the de,igna NURSE SCHOOL I tn southern states. 11 was also With the understand- tion of race on snme blanks be- AT RED CROSS He asked for the rcpeal of the ing that It would not In the way ing used by the system. Kenlucky's first nursing school Kentucky Day laws which do of participahon by the state in a "1 wish to "ssure you." the for Ncgroes IS all set to begin not allow Negroes and whites to jOint institution of southern Hershey letter said. ..that the operation at Red Cross Hospllal attend the same schools. slates for the higher education Selective Service System will on Sepl. 14, It \Va" discl05ed In this line. Best wrote: of Negroes. If t hat arrangement carry out both the Ie tIer and here last week. 15 students ha"e "I have taught Negroes: I have should appear to be the most the 'pmt of the Selccti,·c Sen', already been certified for ad sat nelCt to them in the class- desirable." ice Act of 1948 which prohibits mittancc. Other applicants are room; I have eaten meals be. Speaking of Negro rights and C:iscrimlnation In the seleetiion I being screened. I side them. I kno .... that I was Ihe fight for equal educational - ---- - I no worse off in consequence: (Continued on page 4) TRUMAN AND DEWEY SHARPLY DISAGREE I Foster Lewis. 65. for eight years I I presldent and general manager of the Pittsburgh Courier Publishing Co .• died at 8;30 o'clock I S~lurd3J night, Aug. 28, of a heart attack in a suite at the Commodore hotel, New York Dty. Gllthered at the beosidc at the time of his death were I mcn,bcrs of his immed.iatc fam By. Mr. Lewis' death brmgs to a close a dramatic and exclt .. tng chapter of Ame rican life. a I.fe dedicate<l to recognition of eI! roes as fi rst class citizens in this country. Born in Lexington. N. C., on Aug. 25, 1883, he lived his early years in Charlotte, attending Biddle univers;ity for on year before leaving for the North. In 1908 he met Harn .. t Elca- ON ITALY'S FORMER AFRICAN EMPIRE ' .' .~ . ALONE CANNOT InURE WORLD PEACE I SC""nd Lleulen"nt John Earl Rudder of Paducah. Ky., who they were married. Mr. LeWIS A.U W sh' S t 2 Pr . \ f . I I th d hM the d " tlncll n of being the first Negro to be commissioned an <arne to Pittsburgh In 1911 get . ' . . dent ;r;:;::::~ ;~d' G~ver':."~~ '::~~~r~~:~~n~7gh:~ f~~~er :"~ri~ oifll'er In the Regular U. S. Manne Corps. Lt. Rud?e r. who is 23, hng a job as a walter. Thrce WARNS THAT POLITICAL LEADERSHIP 4msterdam, Sept. Z-The first I toward Unltv of ChrIstendom. Th E 0 f N Y k I' efe ablv under cnlerPd Ihe corps upon graduation from Purdue University, where years later, after he had taken a International :Assembly of the The Rom~ Cathohc church 0 =~~ Pre:,~'e~'t~1 caen';;ld::e~ ~a;:lt: ~n~~~ntu-u;t""';hio. h. ~,·a. t-nro lk-d in the Naval Reserve Officers' T rainmg program' course in shorthand and type- That marked the beginning of one of the mo~t remarkable busin ss and personal xelatiooships in the history of the news· (Continued on page 4) World CounCil of Churches sent observers to the confer- ~ I g d ced ·th hi ' . I He I, currenlly undergomg training U1 the pre-baSIC Manne Corps ,-rlung he walked Into the heard a warning Monday. Aug. I ence, Netherlands Catllolics stharp Ylas lsa T gr h d WI eaCh Governor Dewey made hIS school at QUdnllco, Va.-International News photo. ,-nall ~ffice of the PIttsburgh th Ii . d sh . k 0 er t urs ay over t e s tatement to a delegation of I - . . 23, at po hcallea er Ip alone ... ere as cd to pray for the reo question of whether the disposi- Italian.American leaders. who \ TOLD "UNTOUCHABLES" IN INDIA fARf COUTler and asked F4ltor-Pub cannot assure world peace. , tum of the delegates and the tion to be made of Italy's for. called on him at hiS office in J;s~er Robert 1.. V~: Ira F. Le";" pr~n=~~!rf:a:eCh~=ma~ I ~~~~:h c':'~:':~~o~~~y represent me~ African em!,ire is a poor Albany. N. Y. BETTER THAN NEGROES IN AMERICA _H_o_w_aoo_u_t le_tt_ID_g_m_e_h_e_lp ___________ _ and international expert, J ohn Some 150 different Christ ian su~:"~i:o~r.:h~~~~e~::::~· tr·l In commenting upon ~~ thel LEADERS SCORE Fester Dulles, Repubbcan ad-I churches I repre~ntabves. Truman said that under the ltal- (Contmued on Pallc Coopers 0" n. N. Y., Sept. 2- "untouchables:' She said the visor on foreIgn affairs. They hoped. at a cntlcal mo- ian peace treaty Italy's formPr I Thrt-c w(men delegates from In- higher castes were curren~ly The assembly. ,.'hich h'ls men! In .... orld h istory. unite African colo rues-Libya Eritrea DETECTIVE SHOOTING d ia. attendmg th 10-day 121h I working With the lower group" brought together some 1,500 I as many . Christian .elements as and Itaban SomoUland"':"re un- REPORTED JU'TIFIED biennial world conference of , to overcome the caste feelmg Protestant and orthodox church p sslble Ln a religiOUS move- der conSideration by the Big ~ I Girl Guideh and Scouts, told She also believes that many 'WALLACE EGGING leaders from 42 nations. opened I ment. Four Powers and If these powers -- otrer representatives h"re la.t "untouchables" would gam fre>.h in the Ne.lr Church Cathedral In Among them were repr sent did not reach an agrecment by It seems that . Detectlv week . that the "untouchables" , hope through sc~utJng. Amsterdam arrud peals of church aUves ofchurch"':,.of SIX coun: the time the United NatIOns George Beaver was Justified In In their c~untry fare better th3n I Palustan is "welcoming pea-bells, Sunday. tries hehmd the Iron curtam General Assemblv meets in tile shooting of Robert E. Char-I Negroes m the Uruted States. pI irrespective of race, creed or The toll of the bells lasted -Poland. ~nland, Hungary, Paris, their dis~ition will be let. 19. of 1020 W. Walnut, who The. delcgates were the Misses caste," according to Miss Khan.·, Ne 0 leaders in LouiSVille the ~ b t - h' man for 15 minutes in the Nether. Czechoslovakia, Romarua, and taken up by the General As. is still al the General Hcspltal Panmal Da,. ca. Icutta. IndIa and I She said "no caste system ex· d gr ed th t t t flY U b su Jee ~ W lte . lands and was echoed In the YugosloVla. I sembly. where his condition is stlll re ·1 Kushum C. key, Rachi, Blhur, ISis in Pakistan and untouch- ~;n:;.mn Walla;'.. re:r:;essi:e I ~ an~ suc tr~~tm":re ~Ia~ ringing of bells in the United ' iT. Truman added that the ported as somewhat dangerous. , both Chrlsh~n : and Be.gum G , abIes along with other gtrls a re Party candidate' for President, J'.e a U~~:rSta~:' Sal~1 ;: "It States and other natlons thru- MRS. ABBIE JACKSON I disposllion of the tnrmer ltal- Charlet, who came to LoUIS- I' ~ Kh~n. chief comml loner of I Ln Pakistan and i" GUldlllg." m th States under the leader· I ha caused me to change' "". out the world to conuremorate WRITES FROM HO ian c.olomcs I a matter for de- ville frcm Hyden. Ky .• early in Girl Uldes, PaklStan. a ]110 s\up of the DIXiecrats. lD no un- ' nund and cast m\ ".te fop I the occasion. a bistoric stride LLAND l t~rmmatlon by ~he United a · the summer. IS alleged to have lhammeda" . . LAWYER.PREACHER certain terms this week. Nod (O>nlinued 00 p.ge 4) __ Uons and th Big Four Powers obtamed $10.00 from three drug . Speakmg In a" special Inte:;,! only have they joined with I . SLUt EKROLLED Mrs. Abbie Jackson. of West and cannot very well be h.an- stores by gettmg refunds (rom view on the .• ~~touchabl . I HELD ON $SO 000 BAlL I Walter White, Secr tary of the " JOunu IIiFIRMAIY , . 2 E. ZIQn Church leader, writes States. chased and desired to return. 11m crOW Ism eXlsUns In IndIa -- . vaneement of Colored People "MIl TO IIUAAft .. SCHOOLS Walnut Street, promin nt A. t idIed pobllcally In th UnIted articles he claimed he had pur- MISS Das said. Taer IS I I ' National Association for the Ad-I ~.. xrn 1ft I A total of 35,139 c:luldren, 29 from Holland .... here she was The President made his state- He waS shot by Detective Beav for untouchables than for Ne- I New York, Sept. 2.-Ball of who blamed th egging of Wal: VP"IJt nK;VIIVU mort than on operung .day last one of the saO or more Ameri- ment In reply to a reporter who er a minute after he had Jumped groes In this country." $50,000, unprecedented in a lace on an 'irrespoDSlble hood- --- year, w~s~eported Fnd:. hy I cans deSignated to represent the rcqu ted him comment on from the first floor wlOdow of She said "untouchables" of the grand larceny ca~, was fixed lum Ku Klux Klan elem nt," ~'It IS simple a matter of t!'e LoUlSVl Ie Boa.rd of uca- respecbve c.hurch organizations Mr. Dewey's statemen thaI he Detecl,,'e Headquar.ters. Beaver, Hin.d':' fal.th were segr gated Tuesday ~n praYing Adolphus but they were of the opinIon I' Christian Charity" said Sister tlon. The number IS expected to I at the World Council of Church- ______ who was at 6th and Walnut only m regard to food and mar Bell, dignified, soft-spoken, 65- that 'egroes who were reported Mary BenIgna, Supecintenden\ be .greatly IDcreased after Mon- I es at Amsterdam, Holland. BOBESON-YEBGAK waiting for a bus. fired and shot riage laws, and that no se~e- year.-old lawyer, pr acher and J a havlIlg JOined Wlth the mob of St. Joseph Infirmary whtn da), Labor Day. . I Mrs. Jackson's card. written FIGHT CONTINUES lhe youngster on the steps of gallon eXisted on trams and mUSlelan. in Charlotte North Carobna I she announced this wE'ek, that • The total enrollment ID thE aboard the Cunard I e tar w York. Sep 2 -Dr. Max the Cily Hall, fonday. about street cars such as pr.acuced by Bell was deep m praycr "hen I and another ~int, in the Sta : . bmited number. of Colored pat-kindergartens was 2.786. 14 I , R t. . "Queen tary" stated Yergan. former YMCA exceu- 4:'40., when another d tceti"e s uthern states agam t egr""s. arrested at hIS home. A~. pohce were Ither influenced b the I nts. were bemg adnut~ to the than last year. me of the that BLhop W J . Walls of ChI . t"'e and raCial spokesman "ho shouted for Charlet . be l "All India IS con<c'ous of the headquarters he asked. Is thIS, uthem whites or by 'gro hospital for the first time. TIle ~hools were crowded 0 the ex. cago, formerly of LoUISVille was was ousted from h iS po t as elC. topped. He wa sh t In the problem of untouchable;' she where you beat m , "A ur II -d rs of th "Uncle Tom" ele- n w pobey was req~ by "t that all kindergarten stu- In the party She scnt regard ecullve director of the CounCil back. . . . I d. eelared, " For all practical pur- s. uch was not sch d.Uled. he. sau!. m t. . . . lotb r Ann SebastIan, former • dents could not be handled. to (ri nds. on African AIl'llrs, Inc. last May Charlet wa being taken to poses, segregation has not ex · "My p!:ayers have been an· mothe ..... gen ral of '!" Ord r of I th I red h Is th veral church and edu"allon- by a so-called I ((-wing faction I the police holdover .n Ih City ISted In congested areas and swered He admitted d fraud- A LouJSVlIl mlOl ter who de- SISters of Charlt . azareth, n e co 0 sc 00. al leader made the trip. lnde-I ha moved 10 IOvahd.t hi ' re' Hall to be booked on three \ northern Ind.a. except on mat- 109 3 chent, Jornnle Robbms, _ f nounttd the acts agaInst Wal K ntucky, and we ~'f'r opening day total was 6,41 t an pt'ndpnt of designated reprt'sen moval. a counlcr court action charj!cs o( obtaining money un- ters of mt"rmarrlage and food." Harlem,. of 1800 and also m - Iac.e ao. un-AmeClcan and undC' - glad to comply, SA.d SI r Mar? inerea of ~31 over last car .• tauon. Th Leader publisher sought by h I> P nents. led b~' dl'r fal pretens s whcn he MISS S . kcy poinled: out that appropr13tJng $3800 ock from mOCTal1C ld tha~ be knew th y BenIgna, and she ddf'd "l ha Th total 10 th white, 28,723, a I ",as among those who f nd It Paul R beson. revealed Tues- made his alleged br ak for free- her coun ry was trying to 0 the H.arlem nom BUlldmg or w" uld do It to Negroes of any al ... a~ thought It should decre of 139. oCCeSS3 to can I the trip. day. dom. away With the ca t system on poratlOn. stripe. but that he did not thUlk don t PATRONIZ.E LEADER ADVERTISER'S
|Title||The Louisville Leader. Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday, September 4, 1948.|
|Volume/Issue||Vol. 31. No. 36.|
|Contributors||Cole, I. Willis (publisher)|
|Description||The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. This issue says Vol. 31. No. 45. but is actually Vol. 31. No. 36.|
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PRINCIPALS OpPO·S.... t.'~-y ..
MA ESHIFT IS
LOCAl· STATE · NATI.At
'WHY PAY MORE?
"u" OF KENTUCKY, STATE COLLEGE IDEA
Th Ne~~~~1 :.~~~~~ BI ~A~EF4~~~w ~~~~ 7,V;;;O:;=L~f:=;;E=;3~1:::::::::::::::::::::::::1s~A~T11RD~~~A~Y.: ;~,;ESP~T~E~MBi~ER~14.:1~9;;4::8:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~NtJMB~~~E~R~~U!l
the State of Kentucky an to a by A. E. Meyzeek, former Louman
opposed to the "makeshift" isville educator, and the only
proposition oUered by the Uni· colored member of the board.
versily of Kentucky in cooper- when the proposition was first
ation with Kentucky State Col- offered. The plan follows:
lege in • token concession to 1. The Ne~ student would
the Supreme Court, which reo be taught at K.S.C. by a U.K.
cently ruled that each state pro- mslructor who would travel to
vide equal educational facili- . Franklort to teach hiS classes.
ties for all of its citizens, ac· 2. If laboratory work is reo
cording to a statement given quired and no facilities are
The Leader by a Louisville available at K.S.C., the Ne~o
principal this week. student would be transported to
The Kentucky race principals U. K. laboratory study during
heldatwo-daymeetingat Ken- special hours. PI TSBURGH COUR MEA DIES tu('ky State College last we<>k. 3. Graduatlng Negroes would
and the op,ruon about the plan rcce,,'e a JOint U.K-K.S.C. d i- I ' was expre