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BY CLIFFORD C. MITCHELL
In d s p s iid s B i
D sv o tsd
In t o r « ata
PORTLAND, OREGON, SATUROAV, NOVEMBER 19, 19)2
IN TWO SECTIONS
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P a o p la
IN TWO SECTIONS
PRICE FIVE CENTS A COFY
FIGHT TO FREE SCOTSBORO VICTIMS JUST
BEGUN AVERI.LD. COUNSEL
HALE NEGRO VOTERS IN INDIANA
Tba A iliw iU wlahna Ita reader* to
know tbat tha opinion eapraaaed hr
tba writer of tbla column la not nac
aaaartly Tba Advocate's opinion. - ltd
Marlon. lad.. Nov. 11—One of tha
moat embittered political contea ta ar
ar waged among Negroee. bee remitted
la aa e i time ted loaa to the RapubU-
o* Indinan, ot fnlly hall tha col
"WHO'S WHO IN OOV
orad vote, acocrdtng to estímate ot
F. K. Balley. President of tha
Tba lltorraphlral Haaanrrh Hoc lei jf,
Indiana State Confarenca of Bronchas
««0 Weal 34th Htraat. Now York t.'ltjr.
of the National Aaoctatioa for tha
ara tba compilara and publlabara of a
Adran«emento f Colorad Psopla. Mrs.
rafaranea work which la antltlad.
Balley today tetegraphed tha N. A. A.
'Who a Who In Oorarnmant", and In
C. P. office:
a aplrtt of coopérât Ion they aant ma.
¡ "Estímate M per cent of 1*0,000 Ne
i faw waaka a*«, A «opr of their 1*11
gro votara of Indiana votad for oppo-
edition for rafaranea purpoaea and to
aaat ot Wataoa Larga cambera ab
enable me to chock tba contenta a-
itóle ed from votlng for eithar. Happy
aalnat my own fllea aa far aa tba bio-
ladead thae principias of Aaaociatk»
graphical aketcbee of Negroes ara NEW YORK CITY. Nov IT— (CNA)
wura upbeld la Indiana and diaso prov
Eight columna or delegatee elected by
al of Wataoa eflecttve. Thouaaads of
a a a
Negro and white Jobleaa will march
ELECTION CAMPAIGN MARKS
MOSCOW. U. S. 8. R. Nov. (C N A)— Negro votara waat Demoerntlc for-
Tbla volume over thlrlean hundred acroaa the face of tha United tHatee.
In the magnificent HaU of Columns.
paaaa filled with nothing hut biogra to converge In Waablngton when Con*
GREAT STEP FORWARD FOR
** * * * * * * * * * * *
In the House of the Trade Unions, principia.''
phical akatchaa of orar nineteen thou greaa opena on December t
Tha oposltloa to Heaator Wataon*
aund prominent men and women who name of fifteen million unemployed
tions of the fifteenth anniversary of ra-alectk>n waa basad apon bis vola
are connected with tba adfnlnlatm- workere of America and their dépen
the workers' revolution, the portraits la tha Renata to saat tha aatt-Negro
tlon of goeernment. electiva and ap dante. they will ralae the following de
( By I. L. D. Service)
of heroes of labor —those workers North Carolina Jad ge John J. Parker
pointive. and covering federnl. alata, manda
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov 17—The
NEW YORK, November 17— (CNA)
who have made outstanding contribu oa tha D. 8. Suprema Coart dsaptta
city aod a tew county offlcea.
rtfty doliera Immediata winter re- United Statua Supreme Court. In n 7 —Jemea W Ford, flrat Negro candi
tions to the building of the new socle- m __ appaala. protesta aad warnlngs ot
a a a
lief tor each Jobles worker — Ilo ex- to t verdict, handed down on Monday date for Vice-President. returning to
ty In tha Soviet Union, without class-
to - November
of > tbla
u *■ |
m iih uwi
dl- * tra
— — —
- ' tha
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. u n m at
end u of
es and without race dlferenceu. Where TOU
National Association Far Tha Ad
geal la not ao much to give publicity be paid by the Federal government aa . lections, granted a new trial to the campaign tonr. expreeaed the opinion
the portraits of these workers now
U tter Campaign
vancement Of Calorad People
to tha rafaranea work In question aa 'a supplement to tha relief given by neveo Innocent Scotia boro boya,
that "tha elections this year mark n
hang, there once hung picture# of old
T * * * « l t t lir «S i used every ef-
Tbla decision reverses tha death great atap forward la tha struggle tor
Challenges Color Lins
-It la to call the attantlon of all color city and alala.
Russla's royalty — kings and queens.
* * efforts of the N. A.
Unemployment Insurance, at tha ax- verdicts of tha Scottsboro lynch eonrt Negro liberation "
ed oflce-bolders and their apoaaorlng
lords and Indies.
C F- w ™
organisations, tbat they are. apparent panae of tba government and tba am- against tha Negro boys who ware sen-
ln an exclusive Interview with n
Chicago. November 17—The entire
Prominent among tha pictures that
fenced to die In the electric chair on representative of tha Crusader Nows Uaue of race discrimination in Rush
ly losing quite a good deal of preelige ployere
have been displayed during these days forte were l
No discrimination againit Ihe Negro July IS, l t ll. and sands the cases
■Imply by not . furnishing
-------------------------------------------- (Medical College, of tha University of ot celebration. Is one of an American er to loeh tha hall aad ha
and accurate biographical data eo tbat and foreign-born workere.
back to Jadga A. B. Hawkins of Jack-
Chicago. Is again raging duo to tha Negro worker. R Robinson Robinson ont ta a placa whara Mr.
their names, and tbalr pualtlona. can
Tba march la under tha direction of son County. Alabama, who originally
denial to a colored doctor. H. F. Bouy- worked, formerly, at the Ford plant In to speak la Gary lo Indianapolis. Mrs.
be Hated In a rafaranea work tbat la tba Unemployed Connells, with nation- pased tba lynch verdicts which ha bad
er. opportunity to register In a special Detroit. Bat the United States today Bailey reports, Mr. ~
headquarters “ at
universally accepted aa a true and ac- al *■"'*-------—
* 7M **—
* ----- *“ In *—*—
*- *“ In bis -----
course on oto-iaryngology on the sole
little use for able workers and bs would not ho alio wad
The Unemployed Counclla
Tba majority opinion was written
curate Who's Who In American Dov this city
ground of his color. Dr. Bouyer at technicians, especially If they happen ths "T ”
er n m c n t
Wataon. M r .___
ones reported tha tacts to the Nation to have a black skin. 8o Robinson 1_________
Ington In December, ISSI In that McRaynolda and Pierce Duller. In a
al AeoclaXlon for the Advancement af went to the Soviet Union, where jobs responded by flaying * Senator Wa
Thar# are so many parson* of color
Colored People which Is challenging are waiting for men. not men for jobs.
whose pôaltlon ëuTnmliïc.U,' ënlItlM .'»•‘•«•tes ware Negroes Tba march- t e r s a * they favored Immediately pro-
tha Jlm-crow policy of tha Chicago
In the abort time that he has been U* ? t J * , '
mem to , ptace In this reference work !•»■ \w« p* * » * ' Jim-Crow linea; they cedin g with carrying out of tha lynch
University Medical school.
at work In the Antomoblle factory in ,
***®®r®. °* “
but who are. for some reason or other. “ n*®h®d
"I am at present on the staff of Moscow. Robinson has made more r“ re®i*
omitted, that .pace will not permit *°und »
“ “ “.w . .
than 20 Inventions. He has also work- ,
*5**^ npo« principle
rafaranea to their IndlvIdeaJ names J "»< ’ rowl.m will be an Important boys are free tt tneane that the Inter
to the N A. A. C. P . "In opthalmology ed out n system of rationslisatlon in ™ J>PPnsDl— to Wataon•* candidacy,
nut tha well-informed reader can eat-
«»* ,fc® huager march, accord- i.atlaoal Labor Defense through mes»
and oto-laryngology . . . . I was tha polishing department.
Hy not tbaaa d leer., pane lee by a mere i,n* lo dl»®rilone laaued by the coup- protest and legal action has succeeded
given a scholarship on September 9.
Robtnson la. therefore, accounted a- f i t t e d this bought leadership
Haling of the forty-two akotchna of j ell. which elate that "no attempts at for the fourth lime In aavlag the Uvea
1922, by the L a Verne Nayes Founda mong the "heroes of labor" His p i e - “ “ « F fuFIMar report* that tha
of tha Scottsboro boys. But tha lynch
Ncgvoca found In the hook, and It I* JlmOnwlam shall be tolerated."
tion of Chicago Unlreralty and was tore has sppearsd la the "Pravda",
Letters and reports pouring Into the courts still have the boys In their
■afa lo infer that If 1 have overlooked
refused the privilege of registering In central organ of the Communist Party 0 <>r. “ • "■ *■ ^
F campaign that
any name that all auch can be count
one of the special courses, oto-laryn- of the Soviet Union, end hU portrait " " J w“ ■"“ I . trom
sad sympathetic organisations show task than aver before now confronts
ed on the tingerà of one hand.
gology. taught at Rash Medical School hangs in the place from which the
“ that If we would drop
tbat the Negro la the »oral auffarer ths I. L. D.. and tha working-class.
of Chicago University for the simple pictures of royalty have been uncere-
fl*l“ * p * » » t Watson they would
from unemployment. Isa opportunity Negro and white, of the United tSatea
do something ‘big* for os. We told
reason that I am colored."
Without deelgn.lln. th.tr poalttona. ^ r emp.o7m.n.
d ^ H m .n^ n
ó¿ and of the world
them we would not consider It for a
Dr. Bouyer qualified for the scholar
Hawkins has announced tbat
Ä f ^ a S * ‘Ï Ï S
government job.; the replacement of
moment. The fight would continue."
ship aa an ex-aervice man of the
cal order, are the names of all colored Negro labor by white; discrimination ha wlU try to speed renewal of tha
Speaker of House to Tako Over
! Mrs. Bailey herself declined aa of
. . . . . .. . .. .
Agency, Mr. Ford summed up his o- world war, bsvlng spent 11 months In
office holders who are represented In ....................... .
Governor's Poet During
fer carrying with It considerable n-
the 1911 "Who's Who In Government
nancial remuneration to do political
with a complete biographical sketch.
In March. 19)3. In . n
j o b !, « N*,r.i »..rk .r. tod.,.
It la b<UI too earl, to u , bach, »o d Sll.ed for manv mnotbb I Frank I-onergan. speaker of the work, la order to continue the unpaid
A few of Ihe reports are given,
.----- .. threom
.— ----- .. . .. It . U^ceV-
lynch Inciting statement
service the rendered
Hufua B. Atwood. George H Beau- 'briefly, here Itehtml these dry figures
Igures military force would now be more ne- uln that
whlt, candl. under shell fire, and amid the mud. house of representatives, who Is act- „ „ __
slime and hell of No Man's Land, on- ,Qg Governor durln gthe absence of
, J®** * * * done despite the fact
blan. George W Blackwell. P. D lllu- there open vistas of terrible suffer- casary than ever before aa an arcom
dates of the Communist Party polled ly to return and have a career (polled Governor Julins Meier who left the Ulmt r 1® i,Und *h® “ ** **• M * f took
ford. Matthew W llullock James Oar- log
paniment to the trial.
a vote that Is a tremendous Increase aad changed by those who la the state on Thursday on a trip to San
the Marion lynching coat them
neth Carter. Ixiula Augustus Carter,
HARl.EM At least 80 per cent of
Move Far Change of Venue
over the votas of our Party In tba last thickest of the fray were living In Francisco to visit relatives over the heavily financially, through the witk-
Frank W Clegg. James A. Cobb. Har the heads of families In Harlem are
An imedlstn motion for a change of fouf
example, the vote for ease and gathering In dollars."
dr* wal of white patients from the
a nna f.\e
h e h.bw
r i a l f from
r. tni Jackson
. . . . .
ry E Davis. John Waran Davis. Ilu unemployed Ten white* are placed venue
for I the
new t trial
Foster In 192* was 9.1)1 In New York
Frss Patient* -Object" To Negro
The president of the senate or the doctors' practice.
bert T Delany Oaesr DePrlsat. Wil by the agencies before one Negro can County will be made by the I L. D. ritT~'ln"t9S0
when’ he ran for roVsr"
The t8ate conference led the fight
speaker of the house are In line for
liam Harvey Fuller. John Manuel get a job At least 1* per rent of thoqp through IU attorneys. Wiliam L. Pat- nor ' ,t v|| 15 600- this year he got
The N. A. A. C. P. took up the mat- acting ogvernor until their successors against Wataon.
Oandy, Albert It. George, Claybourne working are working only part time, toreon. general secretary of the or- 24 01S vote* In' New York City
George. Frank A. It Hall. Samuel During the aumer month*, the three ganlsatlon announced, and the cases.
NeiTO candidates of the Party. ter with the Chicago U. authorities. are chosen according to an amead-
Beecher Hart. John C Hnpkln*. lien-
park* In Harlem were swamped with If necessary, will be fought right of whom there were many, polled ma sn Investigation being ordered by the ment o( 1910 Willard Marks preai
HIT BY PASSING AUTO
jamln F. Hubert. William H Hunt,
unemployed workers sleeping on the back lo the United tSatea Supreme ny votes Wiliam L. Patterson, runn university president. Dr. Robert M. dent of the senate, already resigned.
Hutchins. Dean Ernest E. Irons of |eaTes Lonergan to do the Job.
Charles J Jenkins. Gilbert Haven
benrhea and graaa These workers are Court again.
ing for Mayor of New York, got 24,- Ruhs Medical College then reported
Jonea, William E King. (Tharlea Ed- now crowding Into the subways and | Other moves Immedlstsly content-
2)2 votes. Henry Shepard, Cop-munlst that free patients “ object" to being
While crooslng Union Avenne at
ward Mitchell. Ferdinand y Morion,
ptate<|\hy the I L. D. Patterson an- candidate for^ILieutetiant-^^Governor of cared for by colored doctor», but that
Shaver street Lee C. Anderson, of
Eugene Washington Rhodes, Clement
There Isn’t even a real breadline In nounced, will be proceedings to have v.
v.-ok state ent "Sasi votes In a "light" colored doctor had been ac
*40 E. 8th St, North, was struck In
Richardson. Adelbert H. Roberts. Fre
_______ the eight boys. (Including Eugene Wll-
the back Saturday night, knocking
cepted at the dispensary. Dean Irons
an'^'wiTlufm °W ^Sandtu-s ^°J?hn* tlJin
M,»mlnued on Page Four)
Hams, the verdict against whom was
^ lhe hUtory of wrote:
him down, by an automobile oper. led
an william W aSarn1f«ni. John Win
w m raed by tl|» Alabama
a Norm candidate
"The work ot the school Is depen
by A. R Turner, of 494 E. Washington
Chas ^ T o n e y lU^Mr Council|,’T>rn
SCOTTBPORO PICKETERS PARADE Co«r«» removed from tbs death cells peared on a national ticket
Foster and dent to a considerable degree on the
holm wimarn H s ^ v ^ h ^
hey have ocupled for twenty months; ^
were on the
,n sg ,utes.
W,_____ J. .....___
. v , ___,K union svenne and Anderson was go-
holm, William Samuel Vaughn. Joseph
to have bond set for them, and to ob- m
of them ,n th8 heart of th, Central Free Dispensary which recei
Henry Ward. William A Warfield.
Washington . D C. November 11—
their freedom pending trial. Steps touti1 Communist meetings in the of patients In ths Dispensary are
induntrtal and le«i*,at?ve wm* rn,he<1 to Emanuel hospital where
William J. Warfield, and Isaac Wil A brigade of Negro and white dele- have already been taken to obtain the ioutj, smashed thru Jlm-crow
laws white and a very considerable number . d *' f ,h. Ht, . „
. * Dulhn® hu wounde were treated. He was re-
galee representing half a million freedom of IWIIlama and Roy WrlghL and cugtoms
of them object to being cared for by 1®*der8 ° r the 8tate' plBna ior Pul*tng moTed to hl> j,ome on Sunday where
All others, holding a high govern- worker« In the factories. breadlines who have never been convicted, but
Hundred* of thousands of Negroes colored doctors. Dr. Shambaugb. how
he la reported to be convalescing nice
" h?UUî T rU.'’ •* OBC"- farms, and Industrial centers of the who *» •**» »n Birmingham County
submitting necessary data, to the ad country, marrhed Into a No Man's J »«. on Habeas Corpus proceedings. broke awsy from their traditional al ever. agreed to take Dr. Tancll not
given In . the
land, marked off before the Supreme
Analysing the text of the decision ny of them were - for the time being- cll Is relatively light In color and the
ihux secure a representation In the roart by th„ cap|to| authorities on of ‘ he Supreme Court. Patterson poln- fooled by the take promises of the
dlflfcultles ln connection with thla
STRATIONS ARE PLANNED
November 7. and demanded the free- *«• out that It was a direct concession Democrats and Socialists. But many service ln the Dispensary are. there
dom of the Scottsboro boys. Attackcjl 1°
militant fight of the workers thousands voted ofr the Communist fore. correspondingly less. However.
NEW YORK. Nov. IS—A torchlight
In sn Instant by an overwhelming of the world against the lynch-verdlcts partjr, which boldly raised the demand Dr. Shambaugh fait that he was un
parade ln Harlem. In which ten thou
force of police, they fought for fifteen and that It* sweeping away of the Is- for: Equal Rights for Negroes, self- able safely to take on two colored '
sand Negro and white workers parti
minutes shouting "Free the Scotts sue* of mob-rule and the deliberate determination for the Black belt,
men. especially as they will be there
cipated and score* of thousand watch
boro Boys", before they were dispers barring of Ncgroea from the trial Jury , -.Th(l Ne(tro „„„„tlon became, this at the same time."
ed. celebrated th* victory of the work
ed hy tear gas. black-jscka and police proved thla point.
year. a reai Issue in the electlon cara- N. A. A. C. P Challenges Jim Crow
ers of America end tha International
"The Decision", he said, "baaing H- palgn. This la due to two factors:
Replying to Dr. Frederick Wood
Labor Defense In winning a new trial
....... . . . . . . ____ . . .
An hour after the decision came ■elf solely on the fact that the trial First, the actlrltles of the Communlst ward. Vice-president of Chicago Uni
the Scottsboro boys. A mass victo
NEW YORK CITY. Nov. 17 (C N A )—* down from the United State* Supreme judge did not give the boys a chance Party, with Ita bold demani! for equsl- versity, who forwarded the report,
ry rally will be held later, it was an-
August Yoklnen. Finnish worker of Court granting the now trlAl for sev- to obtain proper legal counsel. In ef Ity, Ita champlonshlp of the Scotts Walter White, N. A. A. C. P. Secreta- [
New York who pledged himself to
0f the condemned Scottsboro boy*, fect Is a series ot Instructions to the boro boya and other vlcttma of lynch- ry, challenges the position taken by
Other victory rallies are being plan
struggle against Jlm-Crowlsm and race The demonstration was the crowning trial courts of the south on how to le law; Ita challenge to Jlm-Crowlsm In Dean Irons.
ned ln the largest cities of the conn-
hatred, was taken by the Immlgra- point to date In the program of mass- gally lynch Negroes ln a manner sat law and In custom. The Communlst*
“ I am certain that yon will agree."
try. acocrdlng to word received at the
to the Supreme Court. Fore- |
tlon authorities on November 11 for „a protest sponsored by the Interna- isfactory
writes Mr. White, "that It Is most ab
National office of the ILD.
(Continued on Page Four*
deportation to Finland.
I<abor Defense to win freedom ed t0 Y '«ld »>«foro the militancy of the
surd to permit free dispensary pa
Me tings ere being arranged In Pitts
Yoklnen was a member of tho Com- for the nine Innocent hlsck youth* of m»**®* of Negro and white workers
tients to determine the policies of a
Philadelphia. Cleveland. Detro
munist «rty. In March. 19)1, he was Alabama whose names have become *n **•*" case, the court atempla to
medical, school and in tuP& ot the Uni
OPEN WAR ON JIM-CROWISM
Chicago, San Francisco. Seattle,
brought by his Party to a public trial ai wor|d famous as Mooney and Sacco , , * b them ln tb® I»«ck by arming the
versity with which that medical
Birmingham, and other cities.
white ruling clas of the south with a
which attracted nation-wide attention. *nd Vansettl.
school Is connected.
He had previously expressed distaste
For a week beforehand, the Interna- weapon against tho Negro masses."
"If patients know that the hospital
NAME EX-FOLLIES GIRL IN
'The decision of the U. 8. Supreme
for cloe* aaaoclallnn _w‘th Negroes aid tlonal Labor Defense had sought _ a
_____ _ Baltimore, Md. November 17— (C. dispensary or medical school select
had failed to make Negroes feel wel- permit to ^
the picketing. The Court,” Patterson said, "1* a tremend- N. A .)—A »tate-wlde campaign to a- their staff upon the basis ot fitness 1
come at the Finnish Club In Harlem. capitol authorities under advisement ous partial victory, the direct result bollsh segregation ln courts and on rather than
... skin tulur
uu that they I
color , and
Loe Angeles. November 14— Helen
‘ "«■Wh .fch h° W.*i* * » " I T
authorities In the land, of ,h® Injernatlonsl Labor Defense In public utilities. I* now under way here retuae to rac#de from the principles
former Follies show
toFuE* h He * dmilled'ihVl"he hM h.^n r,pH®d: " U you plck,t' w* w,n h™*'1 m?.hlv* HemnnlErrM” 111^ 1“ th®, w?rM u.nd*T ,th* 1**I5'ffr,hlp ° .f ,bf >p‘ « rn» ' Involved, those patients, especially If the state out of a financial mire and girl whoso marriage to Dr Eugene C.
wroiVe In *hla'attitude*—* that 'ho *l)*d !i wlth " ,orce"- Captain Stephan J
» ^ , * Pr° h ,5‘ U.0" “ 1 I'abor, nefpr' ,e ®°<1 ,h* Lea*«»' they are charity ones, are going to placing Its affairs on a sound business Nelson, colored. In 1927, was widely
wrong In hi* attitude — that he had Gnash, head of th* Capitol Police.
lh® |lrnch »«edicts were held, of Struggle for Negro Rights.
dare question those principles - - - bawls
publicised waa .eheAnieH
CHICAGO U. DRAWS
NEGROES RANK FIRSÏ
C A P II POLICE TEARGAS
WASHINGTON NEW TRIAL FOR
AMERICAN NEGRO HONORED IN
MOSCOW AS "HERO OF LABOR
‘K s w
NEGRO DOCTORS DENIED
MEDICAL TRAINING IN U.
CHI. MEDICAL SCHOOL
ss? .s s .’ i s - t r s s r s T . . ® * — » - -
DEPARES FOR SOUTH
REHÜOIÄTED RACE f REHICE,
NOW HE IS DEPORTED
ssrxrsrs r z r
30. was slat-
claims that their
professors, ®tc, proved useless "Tsar Elo’n o n r o .^ e r 'a n ^ r iu V X tT r 0^ « ' T .V X *
™ "ro,d®d ,0 * d*,th *en' ®»®n though' . " ^ . ¿ 0. " b ^ k u .e^ h i. paylngVper.Hng expensed o T ^ r i. i;
“ Wo'r t M o Z n ' ^ e l v t l i
ctst Finland. The Court of Appeals, In Gax
and Ounx Await Scottxhoro Pick- ¡‘ 10“
«reater ana (till greater mass- tence
gk)n tg Urht
government and retlrlne the state 3300 monthly allmnnv
upholding the decision, said quite eters Before Supreme Court" the p* of Negro and white, native and for-1 Petitions are being circulated a-
The University Is asked ln the N debt
frankly that Yoklnen'a promise to re Washington newspapers carted head-l®!*0 *?n w°f*®rs. under the leader mong Negroes and whites demanding
A. A. C. P. letter to take an unequi
At the conclusion of the confer-! Mrs. Pollyann Reed Is in receipt of
pudiate race prejudice was all the evi lines the morning of the announced ®“ ‘p
I*1« !■ I* D. behind Its policy the abolition of Jim-Crow practices vocal stand against the Jim crow at epee the governor w t* slated to de a telegram on Wednesday from Mrs.
dence needed to deport him. The In demonstration.
I of defense for the Negro messes.
|n the court-rooms. These petitions titude ot the medical school.
ride whether he would call a aoeclal Henrietta Marshall, announcing the
ternational Labor Defense appealed
Frank Spector, assistant national
" Th® Scottsboro case Is an Insepar- will be forwarded to Governor Rtt-
session of the legislature to present death of her husband, J. W. Marshall
to the 8upreme Court, which, on Oo- secretary of the International lAbor 'aPl® P*®* of *h® ®otl»e struggle of Ne- chi*. The goal Is 100,090 signatures,
TO HOLD ELECTION
his program. Those called to the con- in Ogden, Utah.
toher 10, refused to review Yoklnen * Defense. ®nd Joseph North, editor of Bro * nd whlt® worker* In America, a-
At the name time the International
iference generally agreed that a new
cat*. The Yoklnen affair show* clear- th8 l.ahor Defender, had announced *®lnst ,b® starvation program of thsil^bor Defense and the League of
The Portland Branch of the Nation- tax. It adopted, should be levied in
William Johnson, private waiter at
ly the role of the government depart- that p i t t i n g would he held on behalf
botes so ruthlealy carried Struggle for Negro Rights plan to
al Association tor the Advancement of time to be included in the state's fl-
A . th® courU ,n maintaining l0f the Scottaboor boys despite all ° “ t_b7 »h* Hoover regime, and now make a test case of the Charles Street Colored People will hold tha annual nancial program for 193). Since the The Portland, who was operated os
apendlcltle two weeks ago. has an
Jim Crow Ism
threat* of nflclat violence. The police fom l® «d by President-elect
Franklin an(j other bus line* from which Ne
The last few days before Yoklnen'* have denied It. We will picket never-|D R o o s«»«». This Is one of the great- groee are barred. Not only legal ac election of officers next Sunday at the levies must be made by the end of dergooe s second operation. Ho la
departure were marked by a number thelesa and the police will be directly |e,t »*ctorlea ever won by the Amarl- tion. hut mass action at the bus sta Y. W. C. A., 174 Wiliams Avenue, ac- December, 1932. a special session will now a patient In room 22 Hotel Port,
h.i.o. . I l l t... «... I . Ic0rd,n* to notices mailed out by the have to be called If a new tax program land Instead ot being at the Good So
of farewell parties given for him by
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Negro and white worker* In Harlem.
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