Business & Finance: Personnel: Nov. 20, 1933

Last week the following were news: Claude Rice, 45, longtime Negro cook and porter on the ''business car'' of President Michael Harrison Cahill of Missouri-Kansas-Texas R. R., was appointed "special traffic representative" in charge of Negro travel. Black, genial Trafficman Rice's chief job will be to persuade travel-loving Negroes to ride Katy's Jim Crow cars to their innumerable conventions.

Ernest Eden Norris, having retired as receiver of Mobile & Ohio R. R., was made operating vice president and a director of the parent Southern Ry.


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