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Unformatted text preview: CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE versus West- Virginia- mountain scenery was subi act matter for lively discussion by four residents‘of Hill 1Hall, West Virginia State college, during summer schooluFrom left; Lou Parker, WVS student; Ange- lenos Barbs};‘Fo‘ss‘(ie§iiltir:;tuclent”at univerglty ”of South- Sylvia Ii-jaywood, and Lucille Ferguson,- ern California) and WVS student. . ‘ ' EMF, our; em: W‘tbej club -‘ The; bandits also re! ‘ of ‘273400 wrist we aim him lie on the t' - :theyItaped his handsf The lvictini said III. stuffed the money int ;-’_ sack and a waste bask? ‘M'ei- made his v transit door and was r l E 'I l Il l l - ._ a, 'C JudgeOrders (continued ‘II'Sm Page i) students and a mob‘ot adults. .In Charlotte. N. C.'. aI blazing cross burned on the lawn of the school superintendent and white parents appealed to~the courts‘ in Charlotte. Greensboro afl'd Winston-Salem 'to halt public school integration. ' From his Newport. 11.1.. vs. cation retreat. President Eisen- hower expressed concern wer the racial disputes and said that “patience is the important thing." it it AT Lima Rotx Nation- al Guardsmen were still patrol- ling Central High school and the governer's mansion, but in reduced numbers. following the supena sewing on Faubus by a U5. marshal. The Guardsmen rescued Moses Newsom, Memphis. Tenn. cor- respondent oi the Aim-Ameri- can newspeper in Baltimore. after a surging mob sought to grab him. ‘ And in nearby North Little I Rock. observers said white ‘ teenagers walked around with ' knives strapped to their ankles l sayint. "There will be some kil- lings around here if the niggers come back tomorrmv." There was no indication of the future action of Governer Faubus as he slammed head-on into tederai authority. Governors across the country were divided in their attitude ___t_-.. ,A “n:r\n4‘ Ann non’cav“ towardvFaubus’ action in 'cal- ling out the National Guard to prevent integration in Little Rock. a move he said he made 'to’ "preserve peace." Normally. Guardsmenvsre not ordered to duty until it is clear‘- iy shown that local authorities are unable to cope with a given situation. The mayor of Little Rotk maintains residents were prepared to accept integration calmly until inflamed by Fau- bus. Gov. Marvin Griffin 0! Georg- ia ‘delended Faubus' action. say- ing the move was made "on sound groundff it 4! i A GOVERNOR of a so—caiied border State. Theodore McKel: din of Maryland, issued this statement: “No member of the Maryland National Guard will ever be asked to crossjiia rifle at a schoolyard gate to bar the en- trance ot a little girl." He was obviously retorring to the Little Rock situation “him was touched oft and brought to national attention when Guards- men acting under Faubus‘ or- dera barred a M-year~old girl from entering Central High school. Later. eight other Ne- groes were also turned away. In Washington. an angry mm. Neuberger (D). Ore. announced he would introduce legislation soon after Congress convenes in January barring use oi the Na- tional Guard as "the personal army or storm troop unit ot‘a governor." It is still speculated that it Thrown From Car In Crash. Woman bios Thrown from a car in which she was riding as-a passenger. in a collision of cars at"98th street and San Pedro streets. last week. Mrs. Bheiah Woods. 44,‘ of 720 E. 99th street. died from injuries sustained. Police booked the driver of the other car on suspicion of manslaughter. He is Thomas Fitzpatrick, 22. of 155 Loreta walk, Long Beach. He received only minor injuries as did the driver of the car in which Mrs. Woods rode. Harry Thorne, 27. of 9906 Stanford avenue. ' Governor Fauhus refuses to re- lent in his one-man war with the federal government and re move National Guardsmen. the government may tederaiize the Arkansas troops thus bringing them directly under the juris~ diction of the Defense depart- ment The way would then be clear- ed to order them away from the Defense department. Machims which depend upon petroleum for their lubrication and almost three—quarters at their fuel now do 99 per cent of the work in this country. I He Wouldn t (Continued from Page 1) _' . tures business at the hddress. ' UHis‘suit, tiled through Atty: -\ James L. Garcia. is‘direeted ‘ 4* Mrs. Rose Lee Smith.‘ 1062938." ' Avalon boulevard. a real estate broker and owner of the prop- erty. The complaint states that r' .11. Smith destroyed Taylor‘s merchandise, twice. tore down fences. and hauled some of the. goods away. According to Can- cia. her actions were a. ”hint" to Tudor to ma Fall Classes For Blind All blind adults wishing to attend tree iali and winter claues at Braille Institute -oi America are asked"to register in the Recreation and. Educa- tion Department. 741 North Vermont Ave. l'ns Annies.be- tween Sept. 16-20 Toke Eli: to Mass: . omI Dam; MONDAY. 3 Opportunities to carry out Jobs that are clearly essential. that make sense to him. and chal- lenges his skill 'an inventive- ness. as well as his steadfast- nesa. can supplement the atmos— phere of responsibility in which he lives.” "Your Child's Sense of Res- ponsibility is 'thc 254th in the Public Affairs Pamphlet series which is now in its 22nd )car. The series has included many other distinguished titles cover- ing social and economic prob- lems. family relations. health and iniergrotip relations. Traffic Crackdowyn By CHD SACRAMENTO—Amoted in- crease in traffic violations by commercial vehicle drivers has made it necessary for the Cali- fornia Highway Patrol to emph- asize increased enforcement ef- fort. > Ten violations by commercial drivers were singled out by Pa- trol Commissifner B. R. Cald- well: 1! Excessive speed. 2) Exces- sive speed on downhill grades. 3) Following too closely. 4) Failure to maintain 500 feet‘in- tervais between commercial ve~ hicles. 5) Failure to complete passing: movements on uphill grades within the required one- quarter mile. 6i Exceeding lim- itations on driving hours. 7t De» fectlve or inadequate mufflers and exhaust systems. 1m Lack of vehicle registration and in- complete or incorrect Vehicle registration. Enforcement these violations wilL be execut- action against ed ih accordance with establish-v; ed enforcement policy." Cald- well promiaed. "The safe opera« tion of commercial vehicles is a must on California's congested highways. . Little Knowledge Can Be a Dangerous Thing FINISH SCHOOLl GET YOUR DIPLOMA! i-‘ill it out. sign it. and lend it ,to the VA District office where you pay your premi- ums. Or you may simply write the district office a let- ter. listing your beneficiaries. in writing. be sure to give your full name. address and insurance number. Q I understand that a disabled Korea veteran continues to receive subsistence payments for two months after he. has been declared rehabilitated. What if he stops training be- fore he is completely re- habilitated? Will he also get subsistence payments for two months afterwards? A No. The, extra subsistence payments are made only af- ter rehabilitation has been completed. They 'will not be made if a veteran stops train- ing beforehand. Q I am planning to start school this fall under the Korean GI bill. How can I find out whether the course I want to take is (Ii-approved? A Your VA Regional office maintains a list of GI-appmv- ed courses. This information is NOT available at VA head- quarters in Washington. D. C. Californians Are Saying "The strain of driving among hurtling traffic is even greater than that faced by pioneer fami- lies travelling in Pn\i‘l‘Pd wag~ om and lighting lndians."-»Dr. Norbert Reign; Camarillo State hospital. "('allfr’vrnia 'ranch type' hour- in: wobbles somewhere between shanty and medieval castle ~~ but i think we can make some— thing of it in time."——Architect. Frank Lloyd Wright. speaking in San Rafael. "Not for anger or despair. but for peace.”-bewia Hill, foun- der. radio KPFA. Berkeley. in suicide note. j KEPUK I EK QUESTION: Would You Fav- or integrated Leldonhlpln Your Church? .. I_certainly would. If the lead‘ ership came through the proper chan- nels it would be all right with me. I went to School with b o t h races and I can certainly worship with them as long as fundamen- tals 0! the church are abidert by. M. E. WEBB. Gov't. meal inspcctor. a a a In regards to integrating a pastor in my church. t h e d e tel-mining factor would be that the pastor ca me right. In the AME church we belie\'e in prepar e d - -‘ n e a a . \Ve ‘ draw no color line. Members hau already become integrated in some of our churches—MRS. TliFILMA HALL. Btilinesswo- man. i l 4! Anyone that is called to preach in the service of God will he accepted by m e , no matter what. After all we; are all underi. one C o d .013 ,. There is n6! lilt‘h thing a a coloredre -. gion a n d aw white religion and the sooner people realize it the sooner we will enjoy a better world—- MRS. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS. Ceramiat. sll it It! Yea. I would accept integrat- maumsm. 0d leadenhip '22"; F m m in my church. ’ Through o I t y the years I " have b o e n l d entitled with various campaigns for equal rights and I draw no line when it come: to _ religion, God is no reapector M person "id as a religious woman I cannot he. ans. HATT'IFJ R. WIL- LIAMS. Retired. it ¥ 4! Yea. I favor integration in re- ligion and In any a t h o r ‘ tom. I have paatoced ltt- .- .. tarrac i a l .» churches Missouri and in Queue. A > program for full intem‘ tion will not hamper one'a - religion. but . will aid in the advancement of "£sz u- .v... States to exertuali lefft now for the big city not searching.” THEI'LL VOTE hdod Haiti aim the 11 u the date for th (no; Approximately 11" Sunday election a president and legislat forced President Paul I ouster. a dozen candida succuafully. V Coupon" Book Sale at Thrift Drug Stones The 14th Annual Coup sale in now underway Thrifty Drug Stores. customer-a another opp to aave more at Thrifty. For an initial investme cents. patrons receive worth 90 cents in free ally-advertised merchandi another $25 in savings 0 in every department. 'l‘hrifty'a annual coupe has been one of ‘he mos in events in history, w orally hundred: of et merchandise needs offe auhstantial savings. This year's coupon ix eludes everything from and cosmetics to dry goo household needs. with m partment competing to of greatest value. (histomerl are urged their «aipon hooks early the supply is limited. "C Will be redeemed I0 long merchandise is lVIillhll with these outstanding there la reason to act ml reports local Thrifty off snuaxo on't‘ MARSHALL, Tex. --— . -~In a special election h on by a segregation auit tear of this community 1.758 to 89 to allow tht commission to dispose ( city parks and swimming The action was aeen n a move to keep Negro" fro in; the facilities as an basin with whites, 0'3"": - ‘z..W ‘ pleas Between projects. paw cold glau of light ‘ Olympia Boer. . . . Thaaoany main-hat“ STILL LIVING IN.A WORLD THAT HAS GONE BY. Sense ‘0f—Resp0nsibility The number of home duties peflormed’by a child does not in itself bear any relation to the development of a sense of responsibility so prized by par- ents today. "As children grow ‘ labpr’s Side By WILLIAM E. PULLARD Do you know that your little newsboy is considered a pi‘ixate business man and as such be is not protected by the State Labor codes or the minimum wage law? The reason for this article was motivated h} a discussion will-r my newsboy recently. listing to -' arise at an \ tin-Godly hour daily to get .éthe paper on your and my porch setcn days a “PPR creates sever- V al problems ‘L—t U-.. up. they-tend to become de- pendable by contagion . . . They absorb the behavior accepted by their parents. ' declares Edith‘ C. Neisser in a 25-cent pam‘ phlet, Your Child's Sense of Responsibility." published by the Public Affairs committee. 22 E. 32th street. New York (it): "We sti’ess responsibility in much the same. way as other ages have stressed other quali- ties self-effacemeni, unques- tionable obedience, or physical courage," Mrs. Neisscr asserts. "Responsibility is not a clear- cui trait. it is an attitude in which considcration for others, conscientiousncss, competence. .‘ahilily, and some capacity for givinz up immediate gains for long-rang» goals play a part," she explains. “We think of responsibility in connection “‘llh boys and girls of grade-school age. but the pai~ tern is set much earlier." she adds. "They learn about being reliable long before they can understand what the word means. The baby or small child who is tenderly cared for dis- co\er=, Without being aware of :. um [Mama after nihers is isfaction. Praise for a good job is always in order." “Experienc- es contrived to develop 'chai'ac- ter have proved less useful in that regard than experiences rp- lateddo the child‘s own inter- ests." Mrs Neisser concludes. "Responsibility does not result from the multiplication of drudgery. lt develops out of a desire to help others and to meet the problems a situation presents . . . Offering a child opportunities to carry out jobs that are clearly essential, that make sense to him. and chal- lenges his skill and imcnthe- ness, as well as his steadfast‘ ness, can supplement the atmos— phere of responsibility in uhich he lives." “Your (‘hiltl's Nonv- of lit“- pousihility is thc 231th in the Public Affairs Pamphlet series which is now in its 22nd )car, The sci'ies has included many other distinguished titles cow-r- in: social and economic prob— lems‘ family relations, health and iiiterzi-otip relations. Traffic Plans 'have hem ii’lled with the chairman of the New York ‘ .‘Housing Authority for a two- part —publlc housing project which ' would mnblne low-in- come 3nd mlddletncome apart- ments. ‘ It apparently is. similar to plans that have been suggested in this community. and on which there has been virtually no ac. tion taken. ' Under the Neil! York plan, the combined project‘s construction “would. cost anmeitlifiateT‘S'lB’F‘ 215.000. and will be built on a 264m lit: in the lower Bronx. The project would contaln‘1510 Veterans" Right Guide IDI‘I‘DI'I SW3: Your-u III lid! faulll- In laid-g than-d- 0! one an sail, «leer-I.” III. mo- nu their flour-nut "'0an In than “nun vuu-u- Ad-I-iwoun. - lolow at. uni. mun-nun ouch . In. Puller lulu-allo- -ay to ob- ul-od I. III \'A "fin. Q I am in Korea veteran eligible for GI training. I recently re- turned to active duty, and as a result will be unable to start when my starting dead~ line arrives. Could the «ad- line be. postponed in my cue? A No. l’nder the law, veterans must begin Korean GI train- ’ in: before their deadline. which is three years from date ol‘dischai'ge. 'l'hene are . no exceptions. Q How do l 20 about changing the beneficiaries on my GI insurance policy? A Get a "(‘hange of Beneficia- ry" form at any VA office. l-‘ill it out. sign it, and send it in the VA District office “here you pay your premi- ums. ()r you may simply “me the district office a let- lt'l'. listing your beneficiaries. in hiding he sure to give )IDIII' full name. address and lllh‘lll‘flill‘f llllnlfk'l'. Q I understand that a disabled Korea veteran continues to rcceiye subsistence payments for too months after he has been declared rehabilitated. What if he stops training'he- fore he is completely re- habilifatcd? \Vill he also get subsistence payments for two months afterwards? A .\‘o. The extra subsistence naymmits are» made onlv ‘ ...
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