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nc JhKnONb BEACTT OONTSST-Hiflre «r» Jii«t rfMr oT^We 
tovdr state wlw wfU appear in the iMlihter baufy, egattmt wd 
1»MUirt*al to be held at the 28th Street Bnofeh YMCA 
r»^JWbrt1*at 1 p. m. m* gals^«i«Qiiit i«a-be-iveK<fo the 


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niHE Cfayiof iLjOMi 'An- 
1 gtin Inm BmIb knomi 
for some time Ma criti* 
cal'^^r *b«*t»M5e area. 
Thi^utoa^on has beciMBe 
so aeate tbat die WaK 
M«Bj«i^«r r€ommi«ri«« 
latt'ifc^ iiMi&titcd anew 
pruHriity rcf«rrrf jirofram 
whereia e«rjr nuOe wparfc 
er man b* *ief erred to a 
^^ I9 the-UjiitfSd S 
E tt| i |»;iiw ait-:Seyiice and 
cattttOf be hared un^ any 
odier condi^tHi. Illiik was 
done **in the bert ii^ttreat 
of the tfar «rffort", bo that 
thoM 6e]ii» of pr|Od«M^oB 
which are hAamd itdiednle 
may hare tl|e needed manr 
power. C i' it i c a 1 labor 
shortage! Manpoirer defi- 
ciencyT Those, are the rea- 
toaa 9veii lo the mm at 
the llJMit when- Ae, need- 
ed aai^Earhds do not arriTe 
on tine. Whi^wovld those 
men on thr h«td^ront 
thiak andihow woidd they 
teAii iMy knew thfet the 
mahpewer that is avUilable 
cannot prodilee to the ut* 
most beetsuw! theleompany 
chngj^d with the responsi- 
ble of d^^reciii^^i those 
liroikers t* jM»e«' t^ '^^ 
Ti8[E;«i4^« mental imd 
j^ysieal eHdition to give 
tb^ afl aire sabotaging 
daa ^erta "^ this arail- 
idie^''''^|ii||M[wer{ -bcieante 
fhej!' Wl^m hified Jim 
Citanv. ^ -"-..., ,:-7.:{' ;■. 

And Imi»«v widDl^ etttoild 
Ihey fi|^ if j'Aey kMW 
that «B available mi^pbwr- 
er is -not being 4ae<i *^ 
the best muare«| of the 
•wa« drrdrt*1ki^k^ 9» Ne- 
gro mttf^wer is idle or 
die heif use of .dieir skills 
is ' not Wn|^ made. And 
diat Ae >i|ge«t propaga- 
to^ dif 'i^M conditicMtr is 
thjt •lrei« -jpilwi^ -wfiieh 
egrriep th^^gu^ of *« 

diy tor iJHy^!l3>^ **^ 
Angeles 

RJiSiway €iNi|pany. 

It deesii*t< take mneh 

sioB to nm «, alrc el car - 

gpip^ dmrag&^enien j wat« 
ers, a-Negro eaa eertaiii- 
ly K«m a rtreet ear>down 
the middle of the street 
00 a trteft. 33h4re,i» no 
qnestion in' this *regwd-^ 
olkur> ci|ies have, demon- 
itrated beyimd a shodaw 
of a #sifl»t that l*agiM«» 
ea9 nm streftcarp aiidvean 
work h«EW«uoaiiiy, "wift 



fwt^ Les^ Hli« :v .. 
Sax Playejr Fret r . 

sax player: wia L^ Hite*s 
os^cJrtstra; was acguitted of 
charges of iB4Mla«gfiter 
last. Wednesday aftemoop 

4ffiair T!«5«t6\it;a japr, |ti De- 
partment 46 of iKe Superior 
Court. , • . 

TS,e charges grew out of_llie 
death of Mrs. Martha Metier, 
wtaithy white woman of 204i,4 
East ^Stli street w^o was nm 
down and killed oft March 31 by 
an automobile driven by D«i- 
( Continued on Page 3) 

b HmHN'ed By Red 

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In recognition of her splendid 
work as a first aid instructor 
through 1943, Mrs. Charlotte 
Kimbrough of 927 East 54th1 
street, on Friday ^nighft, July 7,\ 
was presented with a 3lcd Cross 
certificate , of appreciation . in 
ceremonies conducted at Chapter 
House, 12OD S. Vermount avenue. 

A total of 91 certificates were 
awarded ios Angdes naen and 
women on that evening by Paul 
K. Yost, [vice chairman of the 
local chapter. 

Busy -with bet wor)c as a; Gray 
Lady at the Veteran^. Hospital 
in Sawtelle and also accepting 
asdghments as a Red Cross can- 
teen workers^ Mra. Kimbrough 
(Continued pn Page 2) 


H^XSlSBf^rTQl^Ia rseoyajlti^a of baioism eft the bom* ftsat 
.tha War myuituiMtl Imi ««aidid ths Exaeptloa«i JSNMvies Sa- 
MwB.' lilBlisslI- u n it* " 9tvm br th* DepMsMjnft l« duUttiii- 
em ptoyW ' t» TbHuft VVUkrtSK, lusnr cftihs swsattvir Ot$»cati^ 
Ospst ia^TtapBUwavl TuLr «iaJtki|tlM»4Sr I ■s'iwiDliiis.Bl Jjts 
nm Bliif^ ilnfHMa«Bd aipasSew Wtcttan, Ssrrtd^ Waat at Mm 
Bluk^ Ark. ' ' ( 

BoOi WbMler and Mia.^ Las-s|(^sd>f«U9«r weritMs firaaa dsott 
when thsir fWMaiT nought fibs- jbma •aploaioos.^lCra^ .X«e sni- 
te«« sifwcmd-destM bum'^K^totoilaf ^rbnraiaf~d«ai^«Aia 
note smplovMwil^ hfr <l>«r l#Nii' M* n*na^ ts «i^. on 
the laaw shift oftifr rac»lvfat^s | ^< a iea t '&K*»'tfctt. 


Nae IM^I Denies Any Kndwie^ 




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During - the /week of June 12, 
1944. Mr. and Mrs. Sullie Keel- 
ing reported to the '^ California 
Eagle that a rock had been 
thtbwn through - a window of 
fbebr home at '854 Eai(t .^th 
stieet, and a s%n posted on their 

pro^rty jeiOiog 'fdeai: ^t 'at 
once . , . KSX." 

They also' told, tbe.£ag]e that 
t^ey had .imrchased; the home 
tht«i^,the Mae Uddy' fteai Es- 
tate, firm >o{ South JLos Angeles;, 
and -that Mrs. Liddy had' visited 
them on -Monday morning' of 
that week "and advised them 
to scU their property to a Chi-, 
nese gentleman, because ^he did 
not think the neighbors would 
permit them to live there in 
peace." 

Based on these -facts, the 
Eagle-carried a stoiy <hi the in- 
cident in its issue^ of June 15^, 
1944, uhder'vtiie front page ban- 
net, "Ku-Klux Klan Coders Fam- 
ily to M«iviB," illostcated with 
pictures. 

The 'California Eagle >^ has re- 
ceived a communicatl(m firom 
John F. Soberts,^ attorney for 


Mrs. Liddy in If/MOi he states 
in part: , ,{{ ' 

; "Whether or not the KKK 'or- 
dered the Keeling family to 
"dear Out" i* something of 
ifhich -my cli^ has no infor- 
mation . . ." ., 
<TJie Eagle rei?«ts,~if .as'^r- 
tUiHprfclsta^^ii:4ftB tif^m 
eatI6n,^that ti^liS^artSm^ 
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2 L A. Boys^lQwtify For 


. Two men from Los Angeles 
who recently completed their 
primary flight training at^Moton 
Field, Tuskegee^ Institute, Ala., 
and have been assigned to the 
Tuskegee Army kiri Field v^here 
fhey will b^h basic tiight 
training are Aviation Cadets 
Pifford L. Goldsmith and Isidro 
|.Rieras of I^ Angeles, CaL 
[Cadet Goldshitith is a^r^- 
sent og 9613 Defiance avenue, 
and Cadet Rierafi is the son of 
Mn. B. D. RIerasof 1723 West 
35th street. 


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Ifostily peparting (Sais 
Crbolkft.MsiRi^rtlb^ Car 


Gasoline rationing" has ^created 
many evils not the least of 
which is the ^phoning of the 
precious fuel from automobiles 
that are parked -in the stteet 
u^^itiught. 

'Robert Moseley of 2921 South 
LaSaUe, can atest to tfae-^ fact 
that at least a locked cap on 
the tank will help a litUe bit 
He came by his wisdom late 
Monday night wh^ he was 


awakened by the calling of iiia 
■landlady, Louisa Wilson. 

He dashed down staits, sans 
clothing, but adequately wrap 
]fed in a blanket, to dtecover a 
length of hose inserted in his 
ttok with the'oother end resting 
in a large- pail into which >fais 
gasoline was flosring. 
' Hastily retreating from the 
scene w«e two rtten, white, who 
(Continued on Paee 2) 


VSECETVES HIS itECiltKE— 
dMBning BenseU, 'BJanyetta 
6>sil«&i, pt^nlar fios Angles 
dd w i fa mt e ,' who grariaatad cum 
laode CrMn ,the 'University of 
Soiitt«n-CaIifonri%eii,J9Be 26, 
is also-pre8ldM^.«f»tl^ "We 
Are One .Clid»,7 tMi ^iilerractal 
cunpos og^'wHeiitlsn. and the 
only-jdrl <tf-iier rai^e, at prcs- 
attiiSrriAs as • iii^ber of the 
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■ the' funeral of Peter Epss, who 
died Monday, Jilly 3, , 1944 at 
1:(^ P-m. at the Geheral Hos- 
pital, wflj- be held Friday, July 
7, 1944 at 2aon Hill. Baptist 
Church. 'The Rev. Gr^t ; Harris 
wUl ofiQciate. 

Mr. Ross will be 
by all the Negro population, of 
the- United States as %&«' Person 
whs first had the iidea[ for 
naitung a ^merchant sh|p ajHer a 
Negro, Booker T. Washington, 
and who presented'.this idea to 
the' management of the .Califoi- 
ma Shipbuilding CqrpOrirti<Hi 
wAa put it into effect. Since 
that time, a number ottnerchant 
vessels have bee^ naitled for 
outstanding Negroes;' 

Mr. Ross leaves a wife 'and one 


Den^ Right of 
Suffrage iff Al 
OfittlyPpiry 

fkeadcal-.To S»k 
Court iT«tf;.tf 
"Mot On the Lit^' 

ATLANTA. Ga.— Aptin« 
upon instructions from the 
Democratic state executive 
committee, electkHi «)bana- 
gers her^ refused to penult 
Nfegro voters to participate 
in the Independence > Day 
primaries. Negro voters who 
spent the' day making ij6ken 
attempts, to exercise their 
right i ra,m e d i a t e I y an- 
nonftced th«t they i*onld 
seek a court test to deter- 
mine whetjier or not the 
(jj? org i a pjtimiiry reg^Ql^- 
tion4, ^ettipg^'iforth the 1ily» 
w^i!e prbtt^pb^:i»^ya]id, - 

C.^ A. SeOtf pttMi4snt oil the 
cozens' Denwctati^ chtb Vi At- 
lanta County, aitai A. T. Walden, 
a lawyer and leader of the State 
(Continued on Page 2\ 


No Details Y«t; 
Praised for Fme 
Wbfk Under Fir« 


Reports tbat%ave Stored 
tJiroiUfU f roin .the^onnandy 
fpoat.sjrice the '^D" Day in- 
vasion, have inditated that 
cajniallite ai&diig the thou- 
sandft of Negtotrooite -wKo 
participated we»p heavy. 
l^^o service 'sp^ tfeapply 
dii^ons were among the 
fri«t soldiers to set foot on 
the invasion shores, xad they 
were in the thSck-of the re- 
sistance firing from the-very 
beginning. ' ; \- 

While details and' identifica- 
-tion information are not' expect- 
ed to be made availably for 
swne time, the War Brq;>artment 
makes the following announce- 
ment: "Pictures sent ba<^ from 
the invasion front wrihich have 
been widely published, clearly 
show the presence of Negro 
troops. Of course, we don't an- 
nounce units lin an oj^eMtton. 

That is made by the unit, com- 
mander >ii^hen he S tiiinks it 
proper. Except for making pub- 
lic the larger elements partici- 
pating in the invasion, General 
Elsenhower has .made no an- 
nouncement ^ving 'composition 
of his fbrces.-But«h'^M^tdMS, 
ifegtq Combat Enaliiifcn: and 

dUier Negro thiitp*, 

■ikiteadiagi 4hetAiii 

ling the Mopsi^l, itm^ifm*' ^^> 

their duty exceim^^tOifep fire 

in this zone of heOTjr -«JB<nbat 

And they suffered mftny tasuai- 

tie«." 



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FT. KVACtEUCA "SWEBT- 
HKABT"— iOM May Myles of 
Los ^ngOm has been Onatm 
the '^weettiearr <^t|w ISlMh 
fe^t n ge ia 'aft \ Fnrt HaadMm, 

ent erta i n er, aa^ Tol«at««r 

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1th the date for the puWica- 
tion of the 65th "Anniys^sary 
issue of the Califcxnia JlSagle 
|hav(ing beet set preparsftjons 
arei going forward to make it 
the most impressive of al^' the 
special editions published Iti thJe; 
long history of the jpaper. ' * ,' 
Muph of the rapidly ferSming 
program of the post warlvroHd 
will be mirrored on the pa:ges of 
the issue which will be planned 
to include- full coverage fjlt all; 
phrases of -our, Communityj .and, 
national life"-' '..' ."-r,-rff. ■:■] 
Many of the pages in th^ ad -{ 
vertising section .. have . - been' 


statroned at Fort Leonard 'Wood, 
Alissoufl. 


For many years a member of dividuals. 


Hon Hill ftiptl?t : Chuich; Mr. 
Roas was active in religious and 
political affairs of Los Angeles. 


reserved, but thejK are, addition -^ 

al pages which are : ay^if|jlble^ 

son, Pvt. Arthur Ro«s;> who is tfor complimentary ads [fiwii 


business firms, cihurches laocial 
and civic organizations ai^.in- 


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Saving achieved ar, nuJeii^'ne 
in 'serving the ihteie^ of i Hie 
Deonle over a neilod that Is) 


longer than most: newspapers 
published in thiS; country, the 
California Eagle takes pardon- 
(Omtinued on Page 3) 


99fli:Sc|itadrdn 


wAsnjraroir.— Hilgj^ pi- 

Itttr of the 9iW ratsvU SlgMd' 
raa, now busr diYiMbtaEpiiila? 
and straffiq? tb* flMfiig NoaU 
la tiM X^TRkaia ••etvr oT'iMcUi- 
•m J«D^<^ ore atrUc^ 49)>1* 
btoiira aPtbe-MtrnT'-aia t^' 
w^ aap ttfw» t rmfMM^llast 


la od^tfeat te aoldM-agv-, 
tar soIOT Mli i» t«y a i ili fir War 
Bond nB j id i t iili, «b* K a^ t • 
flims ealstpal*' MKb. air vie* 

^ torr'^ivr "iiNspIl^ '«':: jiiBfltt 
bgnif for'^oviicy* amjiBv f^a^lia- 
dfatiaf*<| bya aMtiibar of .tta, 
■qnaAion. . ' 


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Qqf^lWar Bond. Show, "Skat From the Sky/^Vhited h Rmous Aimum 


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DieaidJocked Jury 
Makt a SecjOnd ^ 
T^a^l Ne^esslry #" 

raOENOC, ARIZONA— Retr^ 
of fbe first degMe inurdM 
charge against Leonce Navaniiv 
local detective, for fataUyrSboqt* 
ing~J)a^rtd, (Starr) Johna^ 
young Negro, policehian, -j* 
scheduled for sometime ":tii 'Cm 
falL ' - "]>■. 

swrr iMY zaa ^ 

Ilie chaise, gr^w^out of.|m 
incident on -ipiy 2 4a»t wlrtn 
Johnson, caning' out his police 
duties, was- citing Lloyd Sim* 
monds, a friend of Navarre's for 
a traffic violation. Navarre, wbo 
was off iduty at fi»e time, reteat* 
fully hiterferred, finally emi]» 
•ing his service revolver i^^ 
Jotinson's body. 1 

A coroner's Jury aftei- only^fisi 
ipiriutes <rf dePbetatibn. brou^t 
in. a, verdict of, self defense, Kt 
pteamiK from an' aroused -coin* 
Inunity r prompted the County 
XQi>ntinued on Page 3) 

Proved So yAmii 
Case IsJiffl^eii 


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W|«lpttiii^ B. C to take in tH'Ar^ Air^irecrWar Botfi sfc<>w,.'$iu>t fi«m^ai^«' 

mm^Wfi^'V'ii^Jf'iitem^ life 3gg^B<^MB***afcat <■><#> ^jm-lfaOy. '^ ' 

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WaUdn^ten Robinsois^ 
y«u«g man -'about 'town, was 
foun^ ^nfttgailtyiof two eminta 
of po a ae asi on and sale of nar- 
cotica ; Vm ATJi3||»i«igji>ftfera(i« 
by Judge ThpB)te/<I;L:AmbnMe la 
DepartmMt «* <* «b* Sitpetktt 
-^Gourt, wtaort(le!d^U»>eat«, 
out a, jury, • , 

Roblnion: who wat 
iby^tbmey Ci|^ C.Taylor^wia 
aseatadl^mf MnA 221UI "at' iIm 

ISUieef Vice Squad aftef^rl^^p 
beea^oimed ofrt- br Vieftirfiiab 

EhBt 4Ut'-«ti(cce. ' . ' 

Attbe^timc <tf fh&anart Bdd^ 
fnson was -.iir' ,the xoogijany «t 
l>aul Sbagye.ajrd <ing^ jfli n* b«jaa 
leader ^ii^ortbe<aefcei»diteM)< 
they saw purdiaae five <nuiib 
huana cigarettes from Robbiaaa. 

l%e dgareltes "were fonsd ia 
the : p oaf c asion ot Silacye *9d 
talcen fiKMED'his pocket by tbe 
arr^Ktfnr ^fO&eit, butf RobinMin 
<liinied bitviar aojd thoa aad^tta 
was unable to pnm 
thiat'^ttie ctaecett«i taken fean 


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tKe irhite motormen and 
condacton. 

Captain Homer Garrott 
and hit brother, Dr. A. C. 
Garrott of Loe Angeles, 

testify to the harmonious 
relationship in e^iistence at 
Sbh Fraiicisco wher« white 
and Negro people operate 
streetcars. These are citi- 
zens whose word can be 
relied uiran. The Garrottp 
in a recent visit to the; 
slaters «hief city made 
some carefnl observations. 
We could charge the 
Los Angeles Railway with 
litreason. We could charge 
[it with sabotage. It has 
I been so chaiged before 
and has hot even bothered 
to answer the charge. We 
shall not waste i^ words^^ 
We kn6w the facts, and in 
our capacity of guardians 
of tbe interests of the peo- 
ple in the prosecution of 
the war, it is our respon 


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ed like livestock in a 
tie car to the most 
portant job they have ever 
had in their lives. 

The transportation of 
slaves to this coilntry 
packed < in the holds of 
ships by bine print only 
sli^tly outdoes the inhu* 
man way in which work- 
ers of Los Angeles are for- 
ced to get to their work 
and back home. And they 
pay for the privil^e! 

We, the people of Los 
Angeles, white, Negro, and 
Mexican, call upon the 
Victory Committee, the 
National Association for 
the Advancement, of Col- 
ored People, the Commit- 
tee for Civic Unity, the 
ministers, the M a y°o r ' s 
Committee, the Masons, 
Elks, Pythians, United 
Brothers o f Friendship, 
and all other committees 
and organisations to unite 
sibility to take the fore- 1 in a demand tbat the Los 

: front in directing the evi- Angeles Railway cease its 
dtvt dissatisfaction of the practice of race and color 

'people of Los Angeles | discrimination in the mat 


over the transportation 
I sitnation into channels 
that will; effectively over- 
come ^is obstacle to on- 
schedulC' production in 
Los Angeles. 

Here and now we charge 
the Los , Angeles Railway 
Company with laughing up 
its Sleeve at being suc- 
cessful ^^ throwing ' the 
monkey wrench into the 
cog of production, of just 
making filain fools of those 
whose lives are endanger 


ter of employment on its 
cars. 

We are serving notice 
on the Los Angeles Rail- 
way that we shall unite 
our forces against unfair 
practices in Ae matter of' 
employment. If we are ^o 
gi%; our utmost to wiii the 
war and enjoy the victO||^, 
we must not be hamp^jred 
by race-baiting, tinti- 
Semitism, labor-baiting, 
and Jim Crow anywhere 
along the line of march. 


Georgia Bari 


Votes 




. (Continued tcom Page 1) 

Association of Democratic Clubs, 
were toth refused permission to 
vote. Walden ^innotinced ttiat 
he would start suit jidimiediately. 
WOT USTED I 

The device used ty the elec- 
tion managers' was to tell the 
Negroes that their n^mes were 
not on the list. In jevery case 
the Negroes 'were ofderly and 
their attetnpts to votjs went off 
without incident { j 

Georgia is one of thje Southern 
states that has rj^fused t^ 
pledge its presidential electors 
unless the Democratic conven- 
tion, soon to open i^ Chicifgo, 
taices positive anti-N^gro action. 
In Angustcu Albctat. and 
other cdtiM in ths sterte, Ns- 
910 TotMTS were ol^o denied 
the right to vote. l 
Meanwhile, in Missi^ippi, an- 
other of the iily-whife primary 
states which has announced its 
IntentiOTi to withhold electoral 
college votes Unless racial bias 
is inserted in the Democratic 
platform, Secretary [ot State 
Walker Wood annovHiced tjiat 
Negroes were not expected to 
malce an effort to vote. 

FoUowiag the Supreme 
Court Decision ii^'the Jvxat 
PrinUffT case, o decision which 
denied the right o( the Demo- 
cratic porty to bar > Negroes 
from voting in the pirrtr pri- 
mary elections, rebe^len hew 
broken 'Wit in - sererdl south- 
ern states which hovt avowed 
thot despite the Supreme 
Court ruling, they wUi net per- 
mit Negroes to vote. | 
With the presidential , cam- 
paign coming up, ixjlitjicians 
who hate "that mart lii the 
White •House,'^' are hibpeful of 
building this issue intp a weap- 
on strong enpugh to wceiken 
fourth term prospects. 


ed each time they board a I We here and now declare 


stretcar, who must make 
their contribution to the 
success of the war by be- 
ing squeezed almost to 
death, by standing some- 
^ .times f <ii^- kiiles, . f or hav- 
,ing' to stand on the street 
while as many as a dozen 
streetcars pass by without 
even stopping, while they 
pay their fare for this pri- 
vilege of being transport- 


that we realize that the 
winning of the war moti- 
vates our every action and 
shall continue to do so 
until the victory is won, 
and ..thjBit because of this 
realization, - we shall not 
let our efforts on the 
field of production be 
hampered further by the 
simple fact that the con- 
ditions under which we 


Mrs. C. Kimbrough 

(Continued from Page 1) 

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has been acclaimed ""^is one. of 

the piost active 'Red . Cross 

volnteers in the ^southland. 

She received- her Instiuctojr 
course in First Aid in December 
of 1941 in one of ; the first 
classes graduated after Pearl 
Harbor, when the need was the 
greatest. ' 

Mrs. Kimbrough finds time 
from her regular duties as a 
practical nurse to devote many 
hours per week to Bed Cross 
work. 



CiliMP AKTIST-^Pfc Junes 
E. Bicks of jPort Hnachae* ts 
the creator <rf the only comic 
stafp nuwi&g: weeidjr. in aay 
Ariny jiiinp newqp^er. Ptc 
ffie^a'chscscter sketdi is 
Icnew^ as '^Pvt. Bfeathead." 
Pf^ Hicks' home Is in Penns 
Grove, New Jersey.— -(U, & 
$l^wl Corps Plioto.) I... - . .-j,^ 





Sent To Gieal laiees 
for 


GREAT LAKES, ni.— Recrui* 
training at the U. S. Naval 
TrairAng Center; here has begun 
for the followiiig Caliibmians 

Marfln Devllle, 13; Jack 
Woods, 18; Julius Uoaeley, It., 
25; Thomas M. Woods, 35; tttim 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Raymond R, 
Watkins, 17; Emmetf G. MIckle, 
25, . from Pasadena, Califs „ 

Robert Carl Levy, 19, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. David Levy, 2502 
South Alsace avenue; Richard 
Paul Mason, 118, son of Mrs. 
BeAiifce. Mason, 1290 South 
Citrus street; and William 
Walter, JEnglish, 18, spn of Mr. 


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KETSV YOWC— "I am a littie 
boy eight years old,. >nd I want 
to';help you on yovu- 4>etabership 
dr^ve," wrote Morris Edward 
Ward to the Natio?ial Office, 
NAACP from Harlingen, Texas. 
"I thought ^c hest Way to do 
this was by paying my dues and 
■seiiding in seven others, of which 
I ain payini out' <)f I my earn- 
ings."' :- ■ E i.. ; •!:,. 

.Ten doUairs to coViM^'aew mem- 
beiiships for a ininister, five 
otijer adults and his young friend 
Satn, attested Morris "Wsmi's 
youthful enthusiasm for the out- 
standing work .being carried on 
by the NAACP in Texas. 


a^d Mrs! Walter' Athellng En- 
glish, 209 Soutik Norton street, 
Los Angeles. A 


Paid Hackeft Jr. 
Gets Havy School 
Study AsSgnment 

Paul Luther Hackett, Jr, son 
of Paul Luther Hackett, Sr., of 
4118 South Wall street, has been 
selected to study In preparaUon 
for becoming an aviation mach- 
inists mate. 

f Hackett, who is just 18, enlist- 
ed in the Navy In November, 
1943, and' was assigned to the 
Great Lakes Training Station 
for his boot training. A former 
student at Manual Arts, Hackett 
attended the Frank Wiggins 
Trade School, and worked as a 
metal fabricator at Douglas Air- 
craft before his enlistment. 

He is a member of the\Royal 
Barons, a Saxaphonist of ability 
and during his school 
was an accomplished 
runner. 


01 aouiiy 

[ ^ys he 

WK'ard 


(C(Mitlnued Irora Page 1) 

did not J**^ time to depart li 
their blue LaSalle wl^h wai 
parked behind Moaele^'s cai 
Moseley siezed the^taller of th< 
two, but what wtto holdiag uf 
his bUnket and untangling hij 
feet from its ends, he had t« 
let the man go. _ ■ J J. 

The gas thlevet wer*. "dljii 
covered what a visitor it t»« 
LaSalle address dtove x* be, 
hind them locking their car in, 
He notified Miss Wilson whq 
awakened Moseley. 

The police who arrived bn th« 
scene in record Ura* tewed ths 
car to the ^lice carag« whwe 
it awaits the owner— as do th« 
police, <^ "^ „ 

Not so \tmg age &• tadio wa« 
stolen ^ra Moseley's eat at tha 
same Iscation. ,. 


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must get to work are rap- 
idly becoming unbear- 
able. We shall let nothing 
stand in our^way to break 
tbis strongest hangover of 
the days before Pearl 
HarlKtr, „ of the days be- 
fore the Civil War, no 
less, and with the help of 
God we shall win. 



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( Nae Liddy Denies 

< Continued from; Page 1) 

k "talse imputation" i«f Mrs. 
Liddy's connection with the In- 
cident, and had "a definite ten- 
dency to injure my client In Ijierl 
occupation." I . . j i 

The full text of Mr. i Roberts'" 
communication follows: 
California Eagle,' | 

4075^ South Central, ' ! 
Los kngeles (11), Cal. 

Re!; Liddy-vs.-Californla Eagle. 
Genflemen: 

My client, Mae Liddy, has con- 
sultgjd me regarding the publi- 
catiAi.l in your newspaper, of/the 
article headed "KKK Ordera 
Family To Clear Out"; sajd ar- 
ticle being set out In paragraph 
twoi(2), of your edition of the 
said California Eagle, of Thurs- 
day, June 15th, 1944. 

Whether or not the KKK or- 
dered the Keeling family <to 
"Clear "H3ut," is somett|ing of 
whlc*i my client has no infor- 
mation, however, the fact that 
the only name of the Individual 
which is ' used throughout tne 
article, other |han that of the 
Reelings', is that of my client, 
Mae Liddy; the inference Is 
sqyite appafent that -your desire 
is^a show to the world that my 
client is the primary moving 
party in the alleged affair. 

The statement contained 
therein that 'Mae Liddy has sold 
property to Negroes in the Watts" 
or Soutji (Los Angeles area over 
a long period of years"; also, 
the home was purchased, through 
the Mae Liddy Real Estate firm' 
of. South Los Angeles," are not 
'matters of such public interest 
that it would sustain It'a.lnclu- 
sio nin an article of this nature. 

My client is a real estate 'brok- 
er of many years standing and 
was retained by Mr. Keeling to 
find a j^urchaser for the proper- 
ty featured in your photographs 
accamp>anying the article herein 
complaiued of. My client did 
obtain a purchaser for said 
property at the prtce and upon 
the terms suggested by Mr. 
Keeling. Mr. Keeling and the 
buyer then opened- an escrow 
for said sale and purchase. 
Whe^er or not Mrs. Keeling had 
decided to sell, or whether she 
had hot decided to sell, are mat- 
ters outside the article and are. 
not concerned in the subject 
thereof. > 

Whether or not my client "vis- 
ited the Keelings Monday and 
advised them to sell their prop- 
erty to a Chinese Gentleman," 
as set forth in said article, is 
of no moment and could not he 
used as a method of including 
my clients' name in said article 
in order' to cast reflection upon 
her and up<m her motives. The 
false imputation contained in 
said article has a definite ten- 
dency -to inlure my client in her 
occupation. ! 

A newspaper stands in the 
same «Iass a^ an individual as 
far j(S' the application of the 
principle of privileged commu- 
nications are concerned ■ and a 
fair and true report of the facts 
does not include as privileged, 
ftactS; outside the record or com- 
mentis-by the writer. Theinsino'- 
ations , that jny clienjt \yas the 
m6ving party inj the aiwerted at- 
tempt to disrupt the 'jquite cqm'- 
fortable ^and happy" surround- 
ings of the Keelings, iSr to say 
the least, a libelous and de- 
famatory InAuei^db. 

Now, that -.you have seen lit 
to publish this iarticle, it is fit- 
ting and prefer that you mal<e 
a further investigation that you 
may not permit yourself to be 
overcome with cohipassion' over 
similar affairs that may come 
to your attention in, tbis fashion, 
in the future. An investigation 
upoa your part of the subject 
set iforth bi your article may 
disclose some other matters that 
will assist you 'in the jwtblish- 
ing of a correction of the^^cle 
complained of. v- p^ 

My client. Mae Liddy^ herehy 
jequists a retraction /or: correc- 
tion of said article, and that it 
be published in as conspicious 
a place and type in said- news- 
papM- as, was the stataneat* 
complained of, in a regular lissue 
thereof, and published wtthfia 
two t2) weeks after the receipt 
of this demand. 

1 I: Respectfully, 

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* f ^ Regional Field Representa- 
» tivift with the War : Production 
r. ^'^^ «nd War Manpowet Com- 
mission, CTarence R. Johnson 

^ Will,' resign his post here to take 
;. .4ve^ a job with *ne of the 
'' i|fed«ral Agencies in New York 

lohnsoh plans iti l«ive Los 

1 Angeles about the middle of 

* July. WhUe specific Information 
?■ Is not available regarding his 

new duties, it is reported that 

. they will be similar to those in 

, which he has been, engaged on 

the West Coast, with special em - 

phasis on integrating minority 

%, groups. Into federally financed 

• ptograms. 

* USHA ADVISOR 

« Fyom 1924 to 1938, Johnson 

• served: as an official in one of 
5-th.et important ttanspbrtatidn 

• ; unions in Los Angeles, follow- 
^ Ing whuih he was appointed as 

• Kegrd IWatJons Advisor for the 
g United States Housing Author- 
w ify, returning to Los Angeles in 

2 1941 to .talte over the duties 
^'- 2rom wBtcb he is now resigning. 
« 'Siace tetwndng to his home 
J. town, he has been . active with 

* various clvic^ fraternal and 
•. other Mga^dzatioas. Mr. John- 

MOn has a son now serving 
tte Sotrth Pacific. 


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ODB Officials Back 
lnl.;A.;folJemain 
Here Through July 21 

Major William S. Lewis and 
Captain Edward 'G. Hundley of 
the San Francisco , of f ice of the 
Field Investigations Branch of 
the War Department Office of 
Dependency Benefits will return 
to Lob Angeles, July 6 to con- 
tinue investigations of depend- 
ency claims in conection with 
family allowances. 

They will remain there \ thru 
July 21. This announcement was 
made this week by Brig. Gen. 
H. N. Gilbert, USA, director of 
the ODB. 

, The ODB is that activity ottfie 
Army Service Forces' in Newark, 
N. J., which administers ' family 
allowances and Class E allot- 
ments-of-pay on behalf of more 
than 12,000 dependents of Army 
men and women. 

Major Lewis and Captain 
Hundley will establish tempor- 
ary headquarters in Los Angeles 
at 751 S. Flgueroa street, tele- 
phone TUcker 1311. 



GipsonDenson 

(Continued fixim Page 1) 


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iOOpANDVlLLE, La. — Com- 
nientl^g on the work of Negro 
ebUeges in the. field of rgricul- 
ture, USDA, official pubUcation 
o^the United States Department 
of Agriculture, declared that: 

"It the work being carried on 
at Tuskegee Institute, of 1 Ala- 
b|una,' atid Southiern Uriiv^rsity 
ct Lbuisiana, may be' tak^n as 


at the comer of 50th 
Main^reets. 

. Pfve witnesses who saw the 
accident took the stand for the 
In prosecution, but all of them un- 
der cross-examination by de- 
fense Attorney Curtis C. Taylor 
who represented Denson, failed 
to carrj the burden for the 
prosecution, because of discre- 
pancy in their testimony. 

Several said the car was go- 
ing fast while others say it was 
going slow. There was also a 
discrepancy as to whether or not 
Mrs. Metzler was in the safety 
zone. 
THAFPIS OFFICER TESTIFIES 

Motorcycle Officer Hull of the 
Los Angeles Traffic Department 
testified that he saw the car 
when it passed him a block 


<rtr index of wh^ Negro agjricu^j North of the accident and that 


tural colleges are doing to, help | it was 
assure increased 


wartime 'farm 
pradut^on, well, they are mak- 


I iifC..9^able contribution; 



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Volume 65-— Number 13 
Thursday, July (y, 1944 


Published every Thursday by 
The CSslifomia ?agle Publishing 
Company, ,407^ ' South C^tral 
Avenue. Enterwf as Second Class 
Matter November 3, 1937* at the 
Post Office at Los Angeles,; Cali- 
fornia under tUe Act bf March 3, 
1879. I 


INTERSTATE UNITED NEWS- 
PAPERS, In^. 
Ifatlonal Adyertiting Reprctentiittvet 
MS Kifth Av«.. New York City 
Mtirray Hill 2.S4S2 


C]|[«rleit< A. ttu^ 
John S. Kinlech,_ 
J. CuHcn Fcatrcu^. 


_E4iier-Publithcr 
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going at an excessive 

rate of speed, but he admitted 

under cross-examination that he 

did' not witness the accident 

itself, having only heard the 

cresh, but that he sped to the 

scene immediately thereafter to 

find the woman lying dead near 

the sidewalk and Denson's car 

parked about forty feet away. 

The oecused man took th« 

stand in his own defense and 

tMtified that he did not see 

Mrs. Metzler until It wos too , 

late. He said that he was en- 

reute heme from SJan Pedro 

and that it was almost dusk 

making Tisibilitr' difficult 

since the street ligh^ had not 

yet come on. 

He testified that ' when he 
reached the intersection of 50th 
and Main streets, Mjrs. Metzler 
suddenly darted out _ from be- 
hind another automobile into 
the path of his on-rushing car 
and that he applied :his brakes 
with great force irtimediately 
when he saw her , but it was 


On Wednesday evening, June 
M[r- S- Boblnson of 757 Ernst 
24th street was host to Tec. 
Corporal and Sfrs. James H. 
SaUott. and a host of friends. 
Prior I to the serving of the din- 
ner, the host took the guest 


on an inspectioB foitt of falSTlo^ 
tory gardm. Corporal lailott i 
who Is here on fnrloagh is sta^ 
Honed al Camp Plaat^, New 
Orleans, Lonisisna. The guests, 
from ItfA tq,F rig^fr are: Mrs. 


lAMiuA Bryutr llilvy dU^ 
botfi slsfersrirf Wnl, Bttott; Cat- 
pwal Ellfott. S. J. : BobiBSOB,' 
host, Mrs; Fuini» - WIB^uns, 
Mrs. Lcds NQes wdid Abs. Bbry 


6Stb Anniversary 

<C6ntlnued from Page 1) 

able' pride in pointing, out thai: 
it is a ni ember of the Half Cen- 
tury Club, and tiiat is his the! 
largest guaranteed circulation, 
of all the weeklies ublished west 
of the Rockiies. ' l 

T h e subscription campaigrt 
which is an important part ol|, 
the Annicersary celebration, is? 
also a vital part of the future| 
program . of the paper. Because^' 
our policy is one dedicated tq 
the welfare and advancement ot 
peoples causes we depend on thei 
support of the people. 

We can be of service only 
the extent the people rally tot 
our side in our drive to get 20,-1 
000 new subscribers. A great 
part of that goal has beent 
achieved/ but many more are^ 
needed. | 

Buy a subscription todi^y for! 
yourself, a friend, or a boy in 
the armed service. 


4 


Phoenix Murder 

(Continued from Page 1) 


Attorney's office to act. A front; 
page editorial in the Phoenix 
Press pointed out that the effi- 
ciency of a police force is nulli- 
fied by such quick trigger men 
who constitute a menace to the 
community, 

County Attorney, James A. 
Walsh and his deputf' Edwin 
Beouchamp, set to work pre- 
paring a case against Navarre. 
They broUght him to trial in 
Superior Court before Judge 
M. T. Phelps and an oU white 
jury. The prosecution was 
fearlessly handled, with Walsh 
pointings out that Navarre, 
"shot down Johnson in ,celd 
blood like a dog." The defense 
claimed self defense. 
After deliberating for twenty- 
two hours last week the Jury re- 


too late. Judge Gates held that j- ported that it was hopelessly 
the evidence was unsufficient deadiocked and could not reach 
and ordered Denson cleared of a verdict with further delttera- 
all- charges. I tions. Judge Phelps dismissed 


tOOO Diigies Join 
M)^%ie;t Fitiht 


More than a thousand Holly-- 
wood delegates, meeting June 28, 
brought into being a loud and 
united public relations voice lot^ 
the motion picture industry when 
representatives of the 17 liabor 
o r g a n i z ations comprising the 
Emergency Committee of Guilds 
and Unions passed a.resolutimi 
creating the Council of Holly- 
wood Guilds arid Unions, anff 
gave it amplei strength for the 
task. ' 1 * 

. At the sam^ ^liae the group 
militantly repudiated the charges 
and aim^ of the Motion Picture ' 
AUiance'fbr the Pi^eryation of 
American. ]!deals, a thorough 
study and evaluation of its 
methods was undertaken at the 
meeting. 


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Deputy School 
Supf.lt^tires 
After 25 Years 


After more than a quarter- 
Jcentury of service in the: Los 
■Angeles City Schools, Deputy 
Superintendent Arthur GOtdd re- 
tires on June 30 from active par- 
ticipation. 

Dr. Gould was called to the 
Los Angeles City Schools in 1618, 
by Superintendent Albert Shiels, 
to serve .as Assistsmt Superint- 
endent. Subsequently Dr. Gould 
has served under Superintend- 
ents Susan M. Dorsey,. Frsirik A. 
Bouell, and Vierling Kerseyl 


the Jury and the retrial was 
scheduled for the fall. 
SENATE-WIDE JSUiPPORT 

The Thomas i Jefferson -Com- 
munist Community Club which 
did much to a,rouse public in- 
dignation against the attempted 
whitewash of ISavvarre , by the 
corner's jury, ^re working to- 
gain state wide support for 
justice before the next trial. 


Mia ^er Thirty 
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DANIEL FIELD, rAugUsta, -CSa. 
—Major William : G^ WasMngtoh 
of 47 Hemlock avenue, Redwood 
dity, Galif., who has-been on duty 
with the Air Service i Command 
deplacement d e p q t at Daniel 
Field, Sugusta, Ga,, since last 
Februan'. will revert to Inactive 
status witii the Army Air Forces 
on August. 3, Colonel Jaijies W. 
Mosteller Jr., commanding offi- 
cer of the field, announced last 
week. 

. Major Washington tliis \Veek is 
returning to Redwood City for a 
month's leave l>efore being re- 
lie-vjSl and will take up farming 
of his own land. ^ 

■He has completed 30 years 
w^ith the array, having enlisted 
in 1914 at the: age of 20. As an 
enlisted maii, he served in the 
Philippme Islands from 1916 fo 
19^5 and from 1931 . to " 1953. 


Summer Schocil 
At Wadswortli 


The summer school for chil- 
dren of grades one to six will 
open Monday morning, Jjily 10, 
at 8;30 a. m. ^ : 

Children needing special help 
iri their school work are urged to 
attend. ' t , 

;The teachers >vi|ll be; Mrs, 
Jeanie Murphy, M. '. Firahldin ^ of 
the Agricultural Center, and Miss 
;Katie Mae WUson. . 

According to the records of the 
Newtprt Street Police, burglars 
broke' into the Wadsworth Street 
School- on the night of iSiurSday, 
July 22. They entered by break- 
ing a^ window. The off ice;; was 
looted;. 

The citizens of the community 
wish . a « better . record • for the 
i)liace in which they live. All eyes 
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lietofnulng the need for di> 
rective assistance and rehabilita- 
tion guidai\^ for retuming ex^^ 
servicemen, Amos Black, news- 
paper publisher, civic leader and 
a recently honorably discharged 
veteran of world war 2 has taken 
the lead and .organized, a vet- 
eran's club open to any person 
who has been mustered out of 
aiiy branch of the armed service. 
Strongly supported by patri- 
otic business men and civic 
leaders, the club is pledged to 
function <Wi Black's Plan for Ex- 
servicemen, the full text of which 
foUows: ! 

BE rr KNOWN BY THOSE PRES- 
ENT: 

Envisioning the need for ade- 
quate and well directed recrea- 
tional, Informational services and 
social contacts and environmen- 
tal necessities for those persons 
discharged, from all branches of 
the armed; forces of the United 
States who are, themselves pos- 
sessed of the proper attitude and 
willingness to contribute to the 
welfare and well-bein? of those 
who are stUl a part of thearmed 
services of the United States, we. 
the undeislgncd veterans of 
World Wan II. do hereby pledge 
ourselves as part and parcel to 
a veteran's club, to be hereinaf- 
ter known as "BLACK'S PLAN 
FOR EX-SERVICEMEN." the pro- 
gram of which In its entirety 
shall accrue beneficially to the 
general welfare of all members 
of the armed services, including 
all Its branches and all persons 
mustered out of the armed ser- 
vices for the duration. 

We further plqdge our- 
selves to be and act in har- 
mony and accordance with 
all existing rules and regula- 
tions governing service and 
ex-service men to that ex- 
tent necessary in fostering a 
progiam in the Interest of all 
current service men and 
. those who have 5een or 
might brf mustered out of 
the armed services. 
- We further accept, with grati- 
tude, tl|e building and quarters 
located at 201 North San Pedro 
Street, Los Angeles, 12. Califor- 
nia; donated by Mr. Joe Morris 
for the purpose of carylng on 
activity In support of the above 
program, ot be known as a head- 
quarters for Black's Plan For Ex- 
Servlcemen and to be used ex- 
clusively tor^ promotional work 
and services^ In the interest of 


all service and nc-servleemen.. ^ 
Of this program we do herein 
pray the support of the -feommun- 
ity at Urge in whatever capacity 
neceeaary or desired lot the et- 
tablishment of said headquart- 
ers, iu maintenance and foster- 
ing, promotion and extension of 
social, functional and/or infor- 
mational services to all service 
and ex-servicemen. 

In full support and edher- 
ence to the above, we the 
undersigned have been se- 
lected as a committee repre- 
sent^nifthe mustered-out vet- 
erans of World War 11, to 
be hereafter , kiu>wn as the 
Mustered-Out Veteran's Club 
sponsors of Black's Plan For ° 
Ex-Servlce Men. 
F. Ford, ChalrmaQ, Amos Black,- 
Hugh Davis. 

Released From the 
County Jail After 3 
Months Uncertainty 

After having been confined 
for the past three months in the 
County Jail under a ball too 
heavy for him to make, con- 
victed of the charge of armed 
r o W) e r y and then literally 
snawhed from the. Jaws of San 
Quentln penitentiary through 
the unremitting efforts of his 
Attorney Curtis C. Taylor, is the 
experience of Shelley Aeeman. 
former service station opexator 
of 1528 E. 53rd «re«t. 
DOUBLE JEd?AXOr 

Freeman was cleared of all 
charges after his Attorney had 
interposed a plea of double 
jeopardy In J^dge Walter. S. 
Gates' court last .Thursday morn- 
ing. His troubles grew out of 
his arrest along with Algle 
Simmons on November 22nd 
upon the complaint of Fred 
Rogers, white business man, 
and Wm. S. Zlttell, a grocery 
store operator on South Avalon 
Blvd., that Freeman had held 
them up at the point of a 
revolver within thirty minutes 
apart on November 16th last. ' 


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Car^zo Jtmior High School (Wudi^D, C.) t»y» homage to <me of its gradaatflft^ ft_ 
h^ro. A jfeep piiir<!lhased by studoitLwi^ War Bonds and Stamps fai christened by Jacgne- 
line Jackson, one bf the school's pirize Bond salesgirls, in honor of Lt. Panl Grahftm Mit- 
chell, who was^gri^aated from Car^bzo in 1937* Mitchell saw actlm overseas as & member 
of the famous 99th Pursuit JSquiidton and was reported missing after his squadron Mgagad 


Garman alriWd «*^22ft 

TMtoano, inl Northwest Sic^, just prior to '^;^„^;:?^^^ ^i^i^^^jl^J^ JS^S 
ceremofdes Were Mr. and Mrs. fiarry G. 5«tc^en, ofM8 HowaHrStoaJ^^ 
of Lt. MitchelL la right jAoto, cadets and girl students Stand at att«iuon onrni* 5^»-»" 
ing oi fha Star<SpangIsd Banner. 


iFockewulfs aft«r a raid on tha^^g^KJJSSHh? 
iicily. Just prior to o-r tavwion off ;^. Attijdh^ 



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"Songbird OflheSout|i;> A 
Taleife^ l^ed Cross Booster 


REWARDED FOR CULINARY 

ART— Talent again 8:ets suit- 
able award at For Hiiachuca, 
and among them is a Los An- 
geles WAC, Pfc. Bertha Parker. 
The picture shows recent for- 
mation which accompanied the 
sward of certificates of merit 
in culinary art, given to cooks 
and bakers of the Fort's WAC 
Section. Pfc. Nettie Weaver, 
Washington, D.C, Is seen salut- 


SYSTEMS 
AUDIT 
tAXES 


BOOKKEEPING 
SERVICE 


A. HARTLEY JONES 

Aecountaat add Auditor 

Room 201, 4016 8. Central Ave. 

ADams 4933 


Detroit Almost 

Reached It s Goal luskegee Head Is 

Prejident of United 
Negro Collegb Fund 


Inf the WAC commanding offi- 
cer, Lt. Irma J. Cayton. Stand- 
ini: beside the WAC comman- 
der tae S/Sft. Cornelia Dann,1i 
first serfeant, Indianapolis, 
Ind., and S/S|rt. Marguerite 
Wallace, mess sergreant, Mon- 
mouth. 111. The other WAC's 
who received certificates, as 
shown from left to right, are: 
T/5 Kathleen Lewis, Berlin, 
Md.; Pfc. Marie Lawrenee, St. 


Martinsville, liu; Pfc. HSeey 
Hale, Alffotna, W.Va.LPtd. Judy 
Covington, Rocldngham, N. C.; 
ington, Rockingham, N. -jC.; 
Pfc. Annie B. S«y, Titompson, 
Ga.; Pfc Bertha Parker, Los 
Angeles; Pfc Hazel Bnuder, 
Houston, Texas; Cpls. Minnie 
P. Lackey, Mereuth, Miss., 
Francis Rollfais, Russel, Ky.; 
Marie Lynam, Mildred Jones, 
Jefferson, Texas, and Inaray 
CroMnley, Dublin, Miss. 


NEW YORK.— The phenom- 
enal success of the NAACP 
membership drive in Detroit for 
25,000 new members Is revealed 
in the current report of 21,209 
toward that goal in less than a 
month subsequent to the open- 
ing of the campaign there. 

Local executive and branch 
leadership aided by Daisy Lamp- 
kin, Gldster Current, Dr. James 
J. McClendon, li. C. Blount and 
others, predict a sweeping close 
within the next few weeks, nsaik 


ATLANTA, Ga.— At the recent 
organization meeting of the 
board of directors of the United 
Negro College Fund, Inc., held 

at Atlanta University here, the 

following officials were Elected: 

Dr. F. D. Patterson, president 


the United Negro College Fund 
are Atlanta University, Atlanta 
University School of Social Work, 
Bennett, Sethune • C o K m a n, 
Clark, Dlliard University, Fish 
University, Gammon Theologicat 
Seminary, Hampton Inttltute, 
Howard University, Kn^lUe, 
Lane, Lemoyne, Lincoln Univer- 
sity, Livingstone, Morehouse, 
Morris Brown, Philander Smith, 


Samuel Houston,' Shaw Univer- 
sity, Spelman, Texas," Tlllotson, 
Tougallo, Tuskegee Institute, 
Virginia Union University, and 
Wiley College., 

A report on the progress Of the 
first nationwide fund campaign 
launched In May to raise $1,000, 


LONDON— "She sings — You 
sing — Everybody sings," posters 
proclaim, advej^lslng the appear- 
ance of. the "Songbird of the 
South," presented by the Amer- 
ican' Red Cross, in Great ^Britain 
for G.I. audiences. And wherever 
she appeairs, Mrs, Margaret 
Simms, -Of Jacksonville, Florida, 
draws large crowds of Arherlcan 
soldiers, hungry for the beloved 
songs of their homeland. 

In Informal songfests Mrs. 
Slmms leads the boys in singing 
American popular tunes; in for- 
mal concert programs she re- 
gales them with classic selec- 
tions. Negro folk songs are an 
Important part of her repertoire. 
She sings them both for her sol- 
dier audiences because they love 
them and never tire of hearing 
them, and at her more august 
Anglo - American relations pro- 
grams because they portray an 
important 4) h a s « of American 
culture. 

In December, 1942^ Mrs. Slmms 
left the Statesi one of a number 
of Negro men knd women bound 
for foreign service with the Amer-| 
lean Red Crossl Her training ind 
experience in jbusiness adminis- 
tration fitted 'her for her new 
Job as assistant club director. 
Aboard ship ^he was active 
in planning entertainment pro- 
grams for the] troops In transit. 

When it became known that 
Ishe was^a concert singer of some 
note, having appeared in cities 
Ithroughout the United States, 
Mrs. Slmms wis asked to give a 


tlon of the Commanding Officer 
and the men. 

Arriving in England, Mrs. 
Slmms was reassigned. Word of 
her talent had preceded her, and 
she was soon launched on her 
present assignment, unique 
among Red Cross workers. In 
fifteen months she has journeyed 
back and forth over th? British 
Isles, covering moje than 40,000 
miles and appearing before over 
300 audiences, singling with more 
enthusiasm than on her concert 
tours back home. 

From her vast repertoire, Mrs. 
Slmms assembles a program to 
fit the occasion, ranging in length 
from forty-five minutes to an 
hour and a half. 


CHINESE HEMS 

Rcllav* A«thm». N«uri«». Sren- 
chttU, HtmorrhoW, . Cold »nd 
Cough, LunBt, Livor mnd Stom- 
ach trBublet. If yoo h»v» tueh 
traubiu. eomo to **• vt *r»t. 
H*ur«i Men. to tal.K tb 7 ».m. 

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ANNOUNCEMENT 


000 to allocate among the par 

ticipatlng schdols was given by I shipboard concert. She sing, and 

Mr. Trient. I won the enthusiastic commenda- 


Thete are openings for new 
students In the Power Sewing 
aa«« at Jefferson Evening High 
school. Women and girls over 17 
years of age who wish to become 
operators and secure employment 
In clothing and defense factories 
are urged to enroll at once. In- 
struction furnished by Los An- 
geles Board of Education Is free 
of charge. Classes are conducted 
from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday, 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 
and Friday. 

Special attention Is given to 
those who wish to learn dress- 
making on Tuesday and Friday 
with lessons In dressni^Jdng 
theory. 

Summer classes begin Monday, 
July 10. 


DiR^WONGCo. 


OLDEST, CHlNfiSE 

H«rbafiit^ . 

61 Yrs. in I,k %, 

nV/t Se. MeUi^ YA iS47 


DeaUl Piaies 

Ai« Not T«i» llpciilHi 
Havhts Plait YrfiM*? 

W« e«n heia yojt^-TM •«- 

' tiro facllltioo of our.Ooaul 

Liberotory aro MvOUd to 

the making of «n« dental 

"WERaHli^Al© 
REPAtRftl^: 

Oitt Day %9Mm 
Plio«» HU. mt 

DR. FARNHAM 

DINTIST 

in Soatt tlMbi street 

OMner 1st and Main 


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. 6t Tuskegee, president; Dr. T. E. 
Ing the total in dollars and cents j^^gj^ pjgj^ university president. 


considerably more than 
$26,697 already on hand. 


the 


DRo KAUFMAN 

Personally— 24 Hour Sendee 
Nlte CaU (SpeciaUy) VA. 0211 
This minute, if yoo don't feel 
well, a doctor will be at your 
home in SO minutes. Any time 
during tilf ht or day. CaU the 
Doctor BOW. VA. 0211. 


CHILD CARE 

South Lot Angeles peivate 
mJioqL CMldren ages S to t. 
Kirndtxtartta to 5th grade. 
bmy and resident. Open the 
year roand.. Now ia the 6tfa 
year. Comer E. llSth and 
QtmpB Sts. KL 40ft4. 


It. Williams to 
Receive Advanced 
Pilot Training 

WALTERBORO ARMY AIR 
FIELD, S. C — Second Lieutenant 
Charles Thomas Williams, 2$, 
Negro, 1669 East 113th Street, 
Los Angeles, California, recent- 
ly arrived here for advanced 
training as a pilot of fighter- 
type aircraft. 

His wife, now resides at 1669 
East •113th street, Los Angeles, 
California. 

Last stationed at Selfrldge 
Field, Michigan, Lieutenant Wll- 
Hams Is a graduate of the 
aviation cadet school at Tuske- 
gee Arrny Air Field, Alabama, 
where he received his commis- 
sion in March. 


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V Ijruises. Be- 
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when it 
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tBg, millions 
of users have 
mads It world's 
largest seller at 
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much for 10c. Get 


Miss Mary Sheiwood 
Speak for Youth Council 


The Youth Council of the 
NAACP wfll present Miss Mary 
Sherwood, a member of the 
American Youth for Democracy, 
who will give an informative' ad- 
dress on the result of a confer- 
ence with Undersecretary of War 
Patterson and TrUman Gibson, 
civilian aide to the Undersecref- 
tary of War, fai v*lch she par- 
ticipated. 

The conference dealt with dis- 
crimination in the armed forces. 
Miss Sherwood will speak at the 
regular nieetlng of the council 
i Friday night, July 7, at 8 p.m. 
Her address will be of special 
interest for all commimlty lead- 
ers in every field and especially 
newspaper people. She will be 
in the city for a limited time 
only, so it is necessary for all 
who want ^Inthand information 
in regard to the War Depart- 
ment's attitude toward discrim- 
ination to attend this meeting. 


vice president; George W. Bur 
Cham, Chase National Bank, 
New York, treasurer; and Miss 
Florence Read, president of 
Spelman College, secretary. 

The presidents of the 27 pri- 
vate colleges .which compose the 
fund constitute the board of 
directors. The board approved 
continuation of the headquart- 
ers at 38 East 57th street. New 
York City, where William J. 
Trent, executive secretary, will 
be In charge. 

The colleges which compose 

Indoor Pilots Apply 
Room 11, City Hall 

An opportunity for Elevator 
Operatws to obtain permanent 
positions with the City of Los 
Angeles has ' just - been an- 
nounced by the Los Angeles 
City Civil Service Commission. 
21 OR OVER 

Men who are at least 21 years 
of age and have an : Elevator 
Operator's Llcese are eligible to 
take the examination for these 
positions. 

The salary is good and the 
operators :*work a 40-hour week. 
Applications must be filed by 
5:00 p.m., July 7 at, the Los 
Angeles City Civil Service Cora- 
mission. Room 11, City Hall. 


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Contest In Summer 
Reading At Vetnon 


The Vernon Branch Library 
announces a sp e c 1 a tl sunamer 
reading contest for this childr^ 
in this area from the |fir*t 
through the ninth grades. t>ri2e 
winners will receive War Sav- 
ings Stamps which have been do- 
nated by a patron who is inter- 
ested in encoturaging good read- 
ing. 

Children who enter the con- 
test will be judged not alone on;| 
the number of books they read 
but also on the age-level and 
quality of the residing Ithey do. 
The contest began July 3. 

Further details rhay be secured 
when" you register in the chil- 
dren's roOTn at the Vernoji 
Branch Library, 4504 South Cen- 
tral avenue. Library hours: Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, 
1 pjn. to 9 p.m. ■,;^. 


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$6000 I F. IJi^. 

t'SdME CHOICE LOCATIONS 5T4LL AVAIUBLE'^ % 

-FeMVRES INaUDED AT^d iXlniiK COST ^^^ 


Lovefy luurdweod iWw>t t^ Imth, kitehea I and ViaSmumi lot* of tap- \ 
board ipaee in Idtcli^ inlaid linoleum, dual gas fomaee, automatie 
hot w«t«r heater, real porcelain bath tub with : shower, modem 
clothea elaeets, plenty of electric outlets. Redwood cedar shingles. 


termite treated rills, double garage foundatfoa, winding ^tnA 
streets, sewers^ cnrbs^ sidewaflu, gutter, drivenrcTi, walb, lawn, 
shrubbery, clothes poles inonerator, etc 
Homes designed by Paul Williams, including eolor s49Kniea. 


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Last Sunday; Will Sleep 200 Men 


with a sleeping (Capacity lor 
aoo enlisted peraonell, the Aval- 
on DSO dub dormitory, 43rd 
Plaee and Avalon, waa officially 
^ened Sunday afternoon, July 
2, under the auspices of the 
Avakm USO qlub, 4202 South 
AvaloB. , ' • ' I 

Truman lohnson, executive 
director t^ the Los Angeles USO, 
Ben EUiaon, director of the 
Avalon > USO Oub, and A. J. 
WiUiaraa^ chairman of the board 
of directors of the Avalon Qub, 
appeared on the program which 
dedicated the site to the housing 
.of men In the armed forces who 
'4l>ake Loc Angeles their weelc 
Wd stamping ground- 
Showers, shaving equipment 
and other facilities axe included 
^ in the overnight charge of 50 
cents per man. The dormitory 
win be open from 9 a.m. to 9 
pjn. on Saturdays and Sundays, 
with the week day housing load 
to be handled by the Avalon 
Clubt'two blocks away. 
nil> GREAT 
Aecotdinc to Mr. Ellison the 



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•UAaANTItO $1.00 VAIUC 

t M« necstiTc of font favorite 

>• Tbriltr Dan with onir \5c 

(ciilMr coins or wamps) — yoti will 

rranpcty fvceivc TWO 8xS L«urtone 

I on beauufuL 4oufa4e wricht 

Eontmnn Portrait paper. Satisfacttoa 

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need t^ alleviate the hoiising 
problem for enlisted men has 
been great He and his staff at 
the Avalon dub have found the 
50 beds they have to be inade* 
quate. ! 

"Ob the era of the dedica- 
tion cerexBOOT' bafora the aita 
was officiallT opened to the 
public, wa housed 179 man in 
the dermitorr," stated Mr. 
ElUaon. ""Wa feU sure tba de- 
mand to keep it open seven 
days a week will be forth- 
coming." 

Other officials appearing on 
the afternoon's program were 
Miss Nita Blackwell, associate 
director; Mrs. Vertner Gordon, 
chairman of volunteers; and Mr. 
James Robinson, assistant direc- 
tor. The Navy Band from Port 
Hueneme was on hand to play 
for the dance and tea which 
followed the formal ceremony. 


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Gradaates Are Given 
Their Certificates 


Fourteen standard nutrition cer- 
tificates were presented to 
graduates of Red Cross nutrition 
classes held recently at the 
Southeast Polyclinic, it was an- 
nounced this week from Los 
Angeles Chapter headquarters. 
Mrs. norence Grarelle was 
the instnietoi for this popular 
course, while the principal 
graduation address was given 
by Dr. Ruth Temple, city 
health officer for the south- 
east area. 

Certificates were presented by 
Myrtle Fisher of the Los 
Angeles chapter nutrition staff 
to the following: 

Mmes: WUla Mae Dotsen. 
Willie Brown. Bessie Garrett, 
aee MeOendon. Marie Wright. 
Nola Robertson. Marguerite Li- 
gon, Pauline Eubanks, Mild- 
red Culver. Anna Hoyden. 
Katherine Knight. Lubenia El- 
more. Ellsobeth West and Ora 
Lewis. 


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GIVEN ELABORATE BIBTHDAT PABTT— WuUiun Uneoln- 
f elter entertained wltli an elaborate birthday party for his wife, 
Mrs. Lydia witti an elaborate birthday party for MS wife, Mrs. 
Lydla Lincolnfelter last Sunday night at the Alpha BciwUng 
Club, of which he is a meml>er, tm South Western avenue. A 


grmqi is sen In fM 

Mr. and Mrs. lincolnfelter and 


iccdnf elter's mother. 


Negro Red Cross Workers in 
New Guinea Are Rated High 


Sophia BaOey. In flie knvMr picture, the honoree is setn flakiked 
by members of the AlphajBowUng Cfaib and thc^ friends. 'Mrs. 
lincolnfelter received nnyierons ^>eaiyafnl and useful gW s. 

Baha'i Delegare 


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Social Welfare; Missgs Willie 
Powe of New Orleans, La., pro- 
gram director; and Leila T. Gard- 
ner of New York City, asst. pro- 
gram director; Mrs. Eleanor A. 
Calloway of Ossining, N. y., and 
Miss Clara Wells of Marshall, 
Texas. 

Mr. Byrd, who is well known 
on Harlem's Main Stem, was 
proprietor - manager of the Bo- 
hemian Club, 220 West, 135th 
street. New Yprk City. A student 
of Physical Education and Social 
Service Work, he took his train- 
ing at Springfield College, Spring- 
field, Mass., and NYU, New York 
City. He also took Social Work 
at Columbia Teachers' College, 
i N.Y.C., and taught Physical Edu- 
cation in New Jersey. A worker 
j at Harlem's million dollar YMCA, 
I on West 135th street, he also did 

ii. iu .,.„», 1 volunteer work for the NAACP. 
There are more than three such i j^ y Branch. ^''Aai.r, 


By CONRAD CLARK 

AT AN ADVANCED BASE IN 
NEW GUINEA.— Contrary to all 
talk about the lack of self-sacri- 
fice on the part of Negro womeh, 
the Negro staff of American Red 
Cross workers over here, at this 
advanced Base, in the SWPA, are 
proving the fallacies of those 
"rumore". 

From sunrise to susst, these 
soldiers of 'Morale" ore dodlr. 
either woikin? in the vcorlous 
Bed Cross clubs here on the 
island, are in their huts er an 
in 'conierence with Base otti- 
dols. molting plans to make 
living so many thousands of 
miles owoy tiom their loved 
oneS/ a bit more congenial, 
and less drob. 


clubs here with one of them en- 
tirely staffed by Negro person-^ 


ureiv =t.xx.<=^ ^j ..^6.- r Before joining the Staff Of the 

nel. This does not mean though' ^RC, the club director saw more 


that this is the sole club, for 
Negro soldiers on the island, but 
simply that this one club is 
solely under Negro workers. The 
clubs are located in various parts 
of the islands, built for the men 
in that particular area. Hot white 
and Negro troops stationed in the 
areas, and members of both races, 
crowd all the clubs, nightly. 
WORKING 3 MONTHS 

The Negro staff has been here 
less than 3 months, and members 
are: Frank Byrd of New York 
City. <:lub director, a former 
worker of the New York Dept of 


Our Babies and Our 
War Bonds Will Help 
Build the New World 

One of the outstanding post- 
ers being used for the 5th War 
Loan Drive bears the picture of a 
bright-eyed, chuckling young- 
ster overlooking the world scene 
from a iwsition on his stomach. 
The caption under the picture 
advises, "For Baby's Future, 
Buy War Bonds." 

Emphasis, in the post wot 
world, wiU be on the eaie ond 
guidance of our litUe citUens. 
for Ui«7 ore the heirs to all 
of the things for which ouz 
boys are fighting today. 
What happens to their future 
depends entirely upon what we 
do with the present. Broad plan- 
ning for a world at peace with 
freedon, full equality and secur- 
ity for all is the tempo of the 
times. War Bonds are an im- 
portant part of that planning. 
S25 WAR BOND 

Because a more valuable gift, 
in terms of future worth and 
present service, can not be 
found, the California Eagle's 
Baby Health and Poularity Con- 
test has selected a $25 War Bond 
35^ the prize to be given to the 
contest winner. 

Through the cooperation of 
Dr. Seymour Kaufman each 
baby entered In the contest will 
be given a free examination at 
his offices at First and San 
Pedra . 

A oiie yrar subscription to 
the California Eagle is all that 
is required to enter your baby. 
With that subscription you will 
have bought a full year's read- 
ing of the paper of the. people, 
dedicated to a better world for 
every bat^y to enjoy. . ij,,j;« ^^.^ 


than 15 months of service in the 
Army, apd was honorably dis- 
tharged later from "somewhere 
on the West Coast". In December 
of last year, the ex-soldier be- 
came an ARC, and after working 
* few months jn the Nation's 
Capitol, was transferred to the 
New Guinea sector a few months 
ago. A member of the Omega 
Psi Phi ftaternity, Mr. Byrd holds 
membership also in the American 
Newspaper Guild, and is married 
to the former Miss Ruth Hodges 
pf New York City. 

Program director, Willie C 
Powe, the daughter of the. Rev. 
and Mrs. J. R. Powe of New Or- 
leans, La., is a graduate of Tou- 
galoo CoUege, Tougaloo, ADss., 
and was a Supervisor of School. 
Jackson Parish, Louisiana, b^ore 
entering her present work. 1 

Other work, the director {did 
before entering rmorale" s«rT> 
ice was as a Beereotien wpric 
and program tlirector of school 
iproiects, and the vioe-pnsi- 
dent of the PTA of Ia A radio 
peprono seloUt Miss Powe U 
OB* of 3 gi^ls and 5 beys. Bar 
father, the Ber,; Powe, is the 
Presiding Elder of North Or- 
leans A. M. C. Church District. 
2802 Freret st, N.O„ Looisioaa. 
; Staff asst. is Miss, Clara Wells, 
graduate of Wiley College, Texas, 
and a resident of Marshall. Texas. 
,-,Asst. program director is Miss 
Lfiila T. Gardner, the daughter 
of Mrs. Caroline Gardner, of New 
Yprk City.' In civilian life. Miss, 
Gardner resided with her mottiei( 
at 530 West 144th street and be- 
fqre joining the ARC, she was an 
employe of the. Dept of Public 
Recreation, Baltiimore, Md. A 
graduate of Talladega College, 
AJa., she aso d^d some work 
towards her Miner's in Physical 
Education and ^<xual Service. 

Also a former worker of the 
Oiange, N. J. YMCA, Miss Gard- 
ner became a staff worker in 
February , of last| year. Before 
ccsning to New GUinea, less than 
3 i months ago, she worked in 
Akiska for more ^an 8 numths, 
tlicn was tranSfersed to Ft Hua- 
cltuca, Ariz. Her final assign- 
mjent in Continental AnSerica, 
wis at Herlong, Calif. A memljer 
of I the Tau (^ega chapter of 
A^ha Kappa Alpha Sorority,. she 
wa| a well known fraternal and 
so^al worker in Harlem. 

The office of staff assistant to 
Miss Powe, is helA by Mrs. Ele- 
ai0r A. Calloway of Ossining, 
N:;"i. The daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Eugene E.- Alston of 42 
;;|Brpadway in that at}^ Aa elda 


sister, Mrs. Jeannie Bailey, this 
staff asst is the wife of M/Sgt 
Samuel D. Bailey, somewhere in 
Italy. 

Before enlisting With the Amer- 
ican Red Cross; Mrs. Calloway 
was a teacher of chemistryeand 
Home Economics %t the Lylbum- 
Downing School, Lexington, Va, 
A graduate of the Junior and 
Senior High School of Ossining, 
she later attended NYU, N.Y.C., 
and Virginia State College, 
Petersburgh, Va. Three years were 
spent in Ridimond, Va., and she 
entered the service at the Wftsh- 
ington office, on Valentine's Day 
of this year. For hobbies she 
prefers horse-back riding^ and 
swimming, ^d all out-door 
spoMs. . 


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To| Speak Sunday 

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Mrs. Charles Reed Bishop, re- 
turning delegate frofn the Baha'i 
Centenary Convention, held in 
Chicago, will I address a meeting 
of the Baha'i Community of Los 
Angeles Sunday, July 9, 3 p.m., 
at thfeu- center, 1709 W. 8th street 
to wliicfi the public is colrdially 
invited. Her topic will hk "The 
First Hundred Years." It Is time- 
ly, she says ,coming as it does 
at the close of the first i Baha'i 
centiiry. } 

Baha'is are continuing their^ 
radio series for two more weeks, 
on KFOX, 7:45 to 8 pjn., ^imday 
evenings. ', 


Vanity', is "ttie mother, and af- 
f ecticm is the darling daughter; 
vanity is the sin, and affectation 
is the punislunent; the first may 
be called the root of saf-love, 
th6 other the fruit 


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Friends, Co-Wbrkers.Say FareweU 
To Jeanette Co&en, Eagle Col^II^ust 


A farewell party was given fw 
Jeanette Cohen, California Eagle 
columnist and searetary of Pa- 
tdfic SoVind Equipment Company, 
on her departure for New York. 

TTje- party was given by friends 
from the ^community and her 
coworkCTS, at the home of Mrs. 
Anita Chatifiover, well known 
local sopranb..- 

The. guests were: Mr. and Mr-,. 
Carlie Williams, Mr. and Mrs. 
Clifford Swanson, Mrs. Theodore 
IGlpson, Miss Violet George, Mr. 
land Mrs. Lester Altchul, Mr. Neil 
.iLawrence, Mr. Conway, Mr. Levin 


Bridge Pomts 

-KEEP PtfSBIHG— IT IS WISEB 
THAN SrmHG 'ASIDE.- 

In last week's column concern- 
ing respoftses to no-trump open- 
ing bids was sufficient Informa- 
Uen to correctly respond with 
any type of hand, providing you 
knew the rule ot 4-5-6 and the 
type of hand an opening no- 
trump required distributionaily 
(4-3-3-3, 4-4-S-2, 5-3-3-2). 

So, naturally, holding an un- 
usual hand like this: S. AKJ- 
109X H. KJX D. KJX C A., a 
master player would make ra- 
pid fire analyzation of his part- 
ner's possible holding and into 
his consciousness would appear 
a very clear-cut picture similar 
to: 
L— S.QXX 

HAQX 

D.AQXX 

C.QXX 
2.— SJDOCK 

ILAQX 

D.AQXX 

D.AQXX 

C.KQ 
3.— S.QXX 

HAQ 

D .AQX XX 

C. KXX 
4.— S.XXXXX 

H.AQ 

D.AQX 

C.KQX ■ 
Since by adding his maximum 
honor tricks to his partners mini- 
mum the combined hands total- 
ed 8 plus H. Ts and a minimum 
of 15 honor cards — six spades or 
N. T. is assured and 7 in either 
N.T. or spades depend on part- 
ner holding a miximum N.T. 
opening; a finesse, or distribu- 
tional factor. 

Ifext in this visualized picture 
would appear equations (your 
partner's relative scienf:ific 
knowledge and past actions) 
heiice you would know that a 
master player would not open 
1 N.T. holding eithM No. 1 or 
4 hands, (continued next week). 
The . correct response to last 
week^ hand of the week ^was 
I N.T. It is rarely, if ever, that 
on should respond with a no- 
trump holding a singleton, but 
in this case the lesser of the 
evils present Is I N.T. 


Whlt^ead, Miss LeatHce Mba- 
son, Mr. and Mra-Hany Une% 
Miss Gladys Bradford^ Miss. Es- 
ther Goldbergl' 

Jeanette will be missed very 
much by aU the friends she has 
made through the Eagle and at 
Pacific Sound. Slie will certainly 
be missed for her wmderful con« 
tribution in the. fight against 
discriminati<m in Los. Angeles 
and for hef woric Airithin the 
plant in helping to build an 
organization of which we can be 
proud. , _ - ; -,. -. • --; ., 

APPRECIATION f 

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Electa. Chapter No. 3, OESl^ 
wishes to express her sincere ap- 
preciation to all her friends and 
sister chapters who rallied to 
her recent Calendar Contest Tea 
at the Prince Hall Masonic Tem- 
ple, 1050 E. 50th street and help- 
ed to. write another page in her 
financial history. Our final count 
and your numerous, calls and 
compliments made our l^arts 
glad and the wish of the tiiap- 
ter is to continue to please her 
friends so that w^ might fed 
worthy of your support and 
friendship. Thanks to everycme 
who contributed in any way to 
make our tea the success it was. 
Estelle Van Meter, WJ>I., MyrtUi 
L. Franklin, Reporter. -i- 

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jThe Gay Sid 

' By Bemice Cook 


Man has nrst wrought elsewhere to equalthis:' 
i Inefable madness chastened by a mastered dole 
Of hairbreadth measurements, creating Death's 

antithesis, ' ' 

Beauty out-topping the dreams of an enrap- 
tured soul, 
Perfection that bears no common lot with earthly 

dust 
'And speaks no wisdom gleaned from any mortal 

\ past, 
Nor\dreams of heaven hoped for on Earth's 

1 frail crust. 
Omnipotence, in some kind mood, efulgent has 

here cast 
This supreme model of lovliness, else to us 

i unknown. 
Then unto man (fettered between the mists and 

stars). 
Vouchsafed this boon as fair quittance for evils 

\ sown; 
Compensation for insatiable Decay's consuming 

Man owns no coin, wherewith to pay for such a 

gift divine: 
Taj Mahal standi alone, of Almighty God a pledge 
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The above poem is a contribu- 
tion from David W. Cade, of 
Brooklyn, New york; an intereist- 
Inj Iwrson, Indeed, who has trav- 
eled to many scenic upots 
throughout the world. His hob&y, 
a< with the above verse, is to 
write poetry "ojn the spot" where 
he happens to be, as the inspira- 
tion comes to him. This is only 
one of many beautiful things Mr. 
C»de hai written. Poetry lovers, 
here is one for your qcrapbook. 
JAM SESSION 

Sunday afternoon, history was 
mt'de at the old Philharmonic 
Auditorium when the musical all- 
•tars, such as Nat King Cole, 
Barney Bigard, Bob Hatch, 
Meade Lux Lewis, and hes Paul 
virtually "knocked themselves 
out" as they gave of their time 
and talent to aid the Sleepy La- 
foon Defense Fund. The audi- 
torium was well packed and the 
musicians were v«ry enthusiasti- 
cally received. 

JOHN THOMAS WINS 

- Well, If you put your money on 
John Thomas to win over Ami' 
•trong — Tiiesday night at the 
Olytnplc— you should be feeling 
fine. It was a great fight and 
everyone was there. To mentioH 
a few seen around the ringside, 
there were Dr. Ennis (the den- 
tisth Nat King Cole, Misses Fay 
MilhcMise and Myrtle Kenzi*, 
cousins of the winner, Miss Ger^ 
aldine Mann, Mr. Abraham 
Chiles, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 
Glpson. 
ROUDAT TVft 

Ii^d*pen<lence Day was cale- 
brate^ In good old-time fashion 
by most Angelenos, and every- 
one seemed to enjoy himself. 
Taking in the sunshine of the 
beach, in several priVate beach 
parties, were seen Misses Jessie 
M*e Brown and Benzell Graham, 
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Graham; Messrs. Jack Terry, 
Joe Henderson, Bennle Benfield, 
Neal Collins; Miss Teddy Staf- 
ford and Mrs. Doris Booker. 

Dropping by beautiful Exposi- 
tion Park, among those picnick- 
ing were Mrs. Jannie Mann, Mrs. 
Fay Thomas, Mrs. Nicie Mann 
and little son, Donald Wesley, 
Mils LaVaughn Martin, Mrs. 
Mary Martbi Young, Miss Geral- 
dlne Mann, Mr. Marion Mann, 
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STORIES 

FROM THE 

WORKINGMAN'S 

BOOK 

—Bible Stories 

Interpreted 

from the 

Worker's 

. Yiewpotnt 

By MARION 
IN6LEW00D 


On Sale: 

PROGRESSIVE 
BOOK SHOP 

«tli SIreet. Near OUva 
Downtown, Los Aagelaa 


— Bemice Cook. 

Mr. Caleb Peterson Jr., Mr. Abra- 
ham Chiles-, and Mrs. George 
Dixon. 

CONGRATULATIONS 

One of the most beautiful wed- 
ding of this, or any other season, 
was that of charming Gertrude 
Lomax and handsome J. T. Glp- 
son, which took place at the Zion 
Hill Baptist Church on Sujiday 
afternoon. The newlyweds will 
spend a brief honeymoon at Mur- 
ray's Ranch in VictorvlUe, Calif. 
Many lovely gifts have been re- 
ceived by the| couple, and they 
continue to pour in every day. 
MGM's" Lena Home rendered a 
beautiful musical selection at-,the 
wedding. ' 

SOROBS TO ATTF»'- 
REGIONAL (INFERENCE 1 

When the Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Regional Conference convenes in 
San Francisco on July 28, the 
following sorors plan to be there, 
if their reservations go through 
on schedule: Mary Coleman, 
Benzell Graham (the new Basil- 
eus of Sigma Chapter), Jose- 
phine Marshall (present Basileus 
of Alpha Gamma Chapter), Jes- 
sie Mae Brown, Gloria Roberts 
and Ursula Adanps. Soror Manil- 
la Hudlln Smith will be the direc- 
tor of the RegJorial Conference. 
MERE AND THERE 

Miss Kathertne Doinham ar- 
rived In Los Angeles for some 
prospective motion picture wprk. 

The most ardent and consistent 
admirer of the chamring Sweet- 
hearts of Rhythm still continues 
to be Mr. Allan (Seagram Dis- 
tillers) Scott, genial man-about- 
town. 

Mr. Harry S. McAlpin, ace 
Washington reporter, was hon- 
ored as doing the most outstand- 
ing Job of reporting on tlw na- 
tional situation for the year 1943. 

Miss Alda Evans, daughter of 
Dr. Evans of Texas, is a visitor 
in the city. She is the fiancee 
of popular Lt. Bill Miltom 

EVERYBODY'S GOING to the 
spectacular pageant, "Qyr To- 
morrow," at the Embassy Audi- 
torium tonight. This presenta- 
tion, written and directed by Mr. 
and Mrs. Eugene Edgar Page, 
promises to be one of the most 
outstanding dramatic programs 
ever witnessed in the city of Los 
Angeles. Principal parts will be 
taken by Mrs, Inez Carter and 
Mr. Caleb Peterson Jr., with an 
excellent musical background by 
talented musicians. Don't miss 
it. I'll be signing off new, until 
this time another week. In the 
meantime, keep on BACKING 
THE ATTACK, so Johnny can 
soon come marching home. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Charl^ Collier 
ot Berkeley, California, are visit- 
ing their parents, Mr, and Mrs. 
Hanle Skankii on Sixth ayenue. 


Mr*. Lelia Beadle gave a baby 
shower Sunday In honor ^of Mrs. 
Maiy Troy Smith. ;. j 


IN FINAL MEBTDfG— The Phys-Art-LM-MW Ctab kmq^ Mi 
seaoanal aotiivlttes tb a ekiee teat Friday nil*! with » buqpwt at 
^Wealejr Oonummltjr Center. Oareaoe Johnson *of tiie Mupowtr 
"conunlaalon, apeiie^ en "The VBrntn^tf f fe M e m , aad WoBidi«g 
Condiflona." The |>rognun (eatarM aoloa by Mrs. Marion 
Downes, of Pasadena, and Bin. Wtlbert, aMonipaaied by Mrs. 
Nada MeCaUongh at the piano; also an InstrnniMitnl solo b^ 
Paol Blen Bfaybeiry. Tm einb hf disbanded until October 


tt wlB Mnmw 14s Wth MMOas at a bredcfast nMettnr .' 
Offtoan tat A« ansnlnf season, wwe Ins^led bythe Bar; Bob- 
art UB of Paantatt. ilfewt t^tloen are Mrs. B. W. Sakeatmw, 



Thriyt Housewives Hold Annual Tea 
And Fashioii Soiree i^ Villa Arlin^on 


J^riinson, t r e a s ur e r ; Mrs. Edm BoMhson. aaalstant treasorer; 
Mrs. Goorgia.Bohlnson, p^riiamentaiten; and BIrs. Mary FInner, 
financial see^tety. 


The stately Villa ^Arlington was 
the setting for the Thrifty House- 
wives' summer tea which marks 
the close of their year's V^ork. 
To Mrs. Mary Grimes goes the 
honor for the gorgeous flower 
arrangement. 

MembersiJ of the club weire 
gowned jn beautiful pastel color- 
ed evening dresses, Mrs. Wylraa 
Windsor, program' chairman, 
presented a well-rounded pro- 
gram throughout the ; afternoon. 
The highlight of the tea was the 
fashion soiree, sponsored by the 
gown designer, Mrs. Bemice 
Bush, showing her original crea- 
tions. 

The models were Miss Paul ette 
Coleman in purple njoss crepe, 
also an afternoon frock of print- 
ed crepe; Mrs. Mae Ozawley, a 
crepe draped dress of grey with 
red accessories, also a dinner 
dress of flowered taffeta; Mrs. 
Mildred Hammond .oi^ehid wool 
cutaway jacket suit with hat and 
bag of pink wool Jersey, and a 
black evening gown with an ex- 
quisite over apron of! j:old se- 


quence. 

■ Also Miss Shirley ;Vush, mus- 
tard colored casual coat;' Miss 
Phyllis /ICelson, blue and whl^ 
bemberg sheer frock with Dutch 
cap and bag = of eyelet embroid^ ghine House 
ery; Miss Regena Mlngleton, a 
dusty rose packet suit. 

Other models were Mrs. Gloria 
Bottle Smith modeling a black 
and white three-piece wool suit 
with black accessories made by 
Mrs!: Carr; Mrs. Jcmes modeling 
her own creation, a flowered 
gre^ and orchid Jersey dress 
and i hat with green^top coat. 

Miss Stafford, honor student 
f rona , Jef f erson high school, was 
at tihe piano during the soiree. 
Music was furnished through the 
afternoon by Miss Kelson, ac- 
complished musician and ja stud- 
ent at UGLA. ! ! 

Tfe friendly popularity con- 
test (between the presidents was 
won; by Mnt. Eddie V. Leonard 
for ^e largest amount register- 
ed, i; 

Te| was served at the Villa's 
unique bar. 


Democrafic Women s 
DiviAon In Kliet^ 


The Democratic Worafn's Divij 
sion held ait^ll-day mjeetlng at 
1101 South Westmoreland, Wed^ 
day, at the International Sun- 
Mrs. Enole Chism 
represented the, Sast Side Demo- 
cratic Women's Division. 

A round t<bl|^ discussion oc- 
cupied the morning session^ 
with speeches by Rollin Mc* 
Knight apd W. Seligari. ■ -.i 

At 1:00: o'clock, assarted sand- 
wiches , ajid coffee was served 
and the ^omen were introducwf' 
to each other. ^ 

Mrs. Malbome Graham gave 
a talk on, the subject: "Straight 
and Crooked Thinking^" ihirlng 
her lecture, she demonstrated 
with charts of various places in 
the world as they ,are today. 
The women cheered for fully 
ten minutes following her 
speech. 

In ansvi^r to various questions, 
Mrs. Graham gave Interesting 
informati<^ on new devices for 
elections. 



BIITHDAT TEA 

•The Club Wasconsi cordially 
Invites you to attend a birthday 
tea Sunday, July 9, from 3 to 7 
p.m., at the Eastside Settlement 
House, 1219 East Adams boule- 
vard. Silver offering. 

—Advertisement, 


AT HOUSBWAJtMINCt--Thesa 

ladies were among the guests 
who enjoyed the hoasewarming 
and reception given for Mrs. 


Nanriia C. Fnller In Iher! new 
Pa^pdena home last Sunday, 
an^ which honored Miss Bosle 
Lee Stepp of Gary, lod., and 


Mrs. LiUiaki Dorsey of Ohiongo. 
Left to right are Miss Tmuny 
Moore, Mn. Fnller, Miss StMm, 
Mrs. Dorsby, BOss M. Loveue, 
and BOsi G. Uttleton. 


Artesiaii Art Club 
Hold| Meetings ; 


' The Artesian Art Club I met at 
the lovely homr of Misit Ruth 
Wallace on Adams street; The 
Evening was spent ta the fas- 
cinating game of pokeno; which 
was enjoyed by two guests. 

After the prizes were distrlbut. 
ed, the membe^ and guests were 
served a delectable supper. 

The next meeting will he with 
Ida Bell Turner on ISait 48th 
street. WUliei H. Chambers is 
reporter. ' . 


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WILLING w6rkERS 

The Willing Workers Club met 
at the residience of I^rs. S. 
Thomas on Eajst 17th street Mrs. 
Thomas and Mrs. Nelson were 
co-hostesses and they si^rved a 
delicious fried chicken dinner 
with all the trimmings. There 
were twenty members present. 
The living and dining rooms 
were beautifully decorated with 
fresh cut flowers. The July 9th 
meeting will j be held at the 
residence of Mrs.' Mamie Thomp- 
son on West 35th street. 


KtTllSEltT SCHOOL OmCKBS 

The parn^ts of West 36th 
Street Nursety School met Sun- 
day- Officers were elected as 
follows: Mrs. Bettys Vaughin, 
president; Mrs. Grace - Cazen- 
are, vice prudent; Mrs. Mary 
Walker, secretary, and Mrs. 
Carolyn Witther, treasurer. . 


Mrs. Zephrene Brown . entet- 
in honor oi her house guest, 
Mrs. Belle EJavis, of New York. 
About 100 gi^ests were present. 


a bridge, Isncheon. PrecMdinc: 
the luncheon dinner, wines w««- 
served in the drawing rxmh.* 
Club prizes were won by Madam 
Louise Matthews, and guest 
prizes were wmi by Madam 
Marion Moore and Jane Moer«. 
Out of town guests were Madam 
Marzella Orvlso, and Nannie 
Grantham of San Francisco and 
Berkeley, California, and Ann de 
Paur of New York City, who re- 
ceived guest prizes. Handmade 
place cards marked places for 
thirty two smartly (li eased 
ladles. 1 ? -: ■ -r 


MEDICAL MEN MEET 

Drs. B. Humphrey, H. C Hud- 
son, Charles! Jackson and B. A. 
Jordan, were co-hosts to the 
Medical, Dental and Pharma- 
ceutical Association Wednesday 
evening at Camille's Den. Dr. 
E. L Robinson was guest speak- 
er. The following officers were 
elected for the following year: 
Dr. Clifford Gordon, president; 
Dr. E. Hardiiian, vice president; 
Dr. Emliy Brown Portwig, secre- 
tary; Dr. Frank Maxwell, assist, 
ant secretary; Dr. W. E. Bailey, 
treasurer; Dr. M'O' E- Norment, 
young physician who has Just 
finished her; intemeship in St. 
Louis was introduced and made 
a short talk; Afterward, 8u]N>er 
was enjoyed by the thirty -eight' 
members present . 


Mrs. Marzella Armstrong 
Johnson of Pasadena had as her 
guest to^ dinner, Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Collier of Berkeley, Call- 
fomia, (nee Louise Skanks) at 
her home in South Sierra Bonita 
in Pasadena^ 


Miss Lois JMann was honored 
guest at a barbecue Tuesday at 
the residence of Mrs. Chapman 
in East 112th street, given by 
the Girl Reserve Committee. 


Dr. Mary Xllzabeth Norment, 
young physician, and her'mother 
and sister, arrived in the city 
last week from Plalnfield, N. J, 
to Join Mr. Norment who had 
made their lovely home on 
South Robert iwUlevard. 

Capt and Mrs. S. de Paur of 
New Yofk ire spending some 
time with MhL Cornelia Brad* 
ford. 


Clarence McDaniel and A.- Tay* 
lor of TVler, TexaSk are aummer 
visitors, guesu of ^s. aaad Mn.^ 

Albert Chism. i^ ' 




Mrs: Stella Broussard e( TTAnkt'; 
lin. Louisiana, is hoine-guestw 
of Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Provost_^ 
Mrs. Broussard is th* st^er q|^ 
Mrs. Provost ^ 


Mrs. Louise Jonss On 9X. £aii> 
22nd street, is on the siek: lirt^ 
this week with the fluJ.^ ., j '1 

MABBIED • - : « 

News was receivied that M}m.{ . 
Nora Cecil McDsnlel. the aecom>^! 
pilled musician and teacher of^ 
Tyler, Texas, was married at,,.' 
Treasure Island, to O, V. Smith?' - 
(United States Navy).' Saturday,'* 
June 24, 1944. The bridt is «-, 
graduate of Texas College and^^ v 
the daughter of Mr. And Mrs.^ 
Clarence McDaniel. ^ « , 


NANNfTTE CLUB 

Mrs. Meredith Hatcher- enter- 
tained the Nannette Club Satur- 
day at the Villa Arlington with 


RECEIVES DECREE . It 

Miss Virginia Ann Prince,^ 
younger daughter of the Harold'j[ 
S. Princes, was awarded th»^ 
bachelor of artr degree at tiit^. 
University of Southern Call-'' 
fomla spring convocation. M!iM"^ 
Prince majored'^ in the -social* 
sciences. 


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ONTARIO— On behalf of his 
wife, who is leaving fw an ex- 
tended tour on July 23rd, Mr. E. 
W. Hinsley staged a most beauti- 
ful and elaborate "bon >^oyage" 
celebration at their rancH home, 
906 Francis Street, Ontario, Cali- 
fornia. It was the most elaborate 
affair witnessed In thiv vicinity 
in many a moon. 

The affair began jat 2:30 
o'clock, Sunday morning, June 
25, with a wiener bake, follow- 
ed by brealtfast at 9:00 a.m. 

Shortly ?ifter breakfast, the 
game of baseball was,' partici- 
pated in to the merriment of all. 

At the close of hi^ hilarious 
bit of entertainment, leviwyone 
assembled at the flagpole, and 
under the leadership of Mrs. A. 
J. Larrieu, allegiance was 
pledged to "Old GJory," follow- 
ed by a chorus of "America," 

Upon completion of this pat- 
riotic expression, guests were 
arranged to en^oy and partake, 
of a dinner, the essence of the 
culinary art that Mr- Hinsley it 
so nobly able of expressing. 
Barbecued ribs, lamb and beef, 
fried chicken, baked macaroni 
and cheese, decorated with 
radishes and celery, cooled off 
with delicious punch, was 
devoured to the complete satis- 
faction of all. 

After strolling and conversing, 
everyone gathered to |witnbii 
the display of beautiful gifts 
which completely covered the 
davenport Mrs. Olivia Van 
Meter made a presentation in be. 

half of the "Love One Another," 
1942 Matrons Club. The hostess, 
Mrs. Elinor ^Hinsley was so 
ovaroomt . with ttaotion that 


tears of Joy trickled down her 
cheeks. 

As the shades of night were 
falling, bon voyage and fare- 
wells were bid, it was a prevail- 
ing opinion that it had been 
the most delightful and appetite 
satisf^ng experience in a life- 
time. !, 

Among the many guests there 
were, Mr. and Mrs. TJiomas E. 
Peoples, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van 
Meter, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 
Willlngham, Mrs. Lillian Whit- 
ten, Lt. and Mrs. W. T. Seldon. 
Mr .and Mrs. Louie Olive, Mrs. 
Theresa Bailey, Mr. Ellis S. Ad- 
kins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Lishejr and son, Mr. and Mrs. 
William A. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. 
York R. Cunningham, Mrs. 
Esther J. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. 
William Solomon, rM. and Mrs. 
O. M. HoUiday, Mts. Anna King, 
Mr. ahd Mrs. A. J. Larrieu, Mr. 
and Mrs. C. J. Fowles, Mr. and 
Mrs. C P. Browning, Mr. "and 
Mrs. L. T. Goosby, Mr, T. B. 
Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
Spean Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Moss, 
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Brown, Mrs. 
Mary Davis and iss Nelda Moss. 
—Advertisement / 


Organ Guild Will 
Give Tea Sunday , 

The Organ Guild of the Peo- 
ple's Independent Church of 
Christ will sponsor a grand pa- 
triotic tea at Camille's Party 
Den, aiunday, July », from 3 to 
7 p-nc-^ / - " -"-''-'■ ] : i 

An overflowing bushel basket 
of groceriea will be given away 
•t thiiMCtair. Pww s di irfii b«M- 


Mrs. G G)leman 
Entertains for! 
Chicago Visifc^r 

In the ,b4autiful and spacious 
home of Mrs. Alma Gaston, an 
eleborate party Was given in 
honor of Mrs. Hattie MdLendon. 
Mrs. Carrie Coleman, as hostess, 
prepared a delicious bu^et sup- 
per consisting of turkejr, hanj, 
and all the trimmings. 

Bridge and dancing werie en- 
Joyed. Many old and new 
friends of Mrs. McLendon wer^ 
present She was a former resi- 
dent of Los Angeles, but ijow 
lives in Chicago. [ ! 

Guests Included' Mesafi. and 
Mmes. Silas MeCrackeh, Benny 
Haynes, Wnyman Alexander, 
Madams G. M. Robertson, Clyde 
Howell, Charlie Snowden, Goldie 
Blayton, C. E. Fister, Lotus 
Smith, Ida SmitH, McKlnley 
Greene, Bessie Byram, Jessie 
Anderson, Mattie V. Gerry, Alma 
Gaston, Daisy Williams,. James 
E. Sirajwon. 

Also, Miss Perry Mae Nelson, 
Cheaves MfcCracken, William 
Crawford, Lee Toran, H. S. 
Moore. Mrs, McLendon received 
many beautiful gifts. She left 
recently for the Windy City. A 
grand eyenlng . was enjoyed l^ 
all.— Advertisement ' 


fit the postwar building fund. 
Mrs. Madie Bonner is president, 
Mrs. Dorothy Senor, secretary, 
and Mis. Fannie Benjamin, «^ 
visor. 


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In The Younger Set 
— —-^JeaMm Mtm Brotgn 


Extensive plans are in work by Walter Worril, and hU co- 
-worinm Curley Monroe, Joe Knight, and Mra. Corinne Aahby, In 
tngaaUng the oomtnc aquatic show scheduled for the 8th of July 
i th* aBth Sttreet branch of the YMCAj Gathered from Toussaint 
Jennlaga, active Y woricer, that the show is a grand starter for a, 
bif profram at the branch, that will Indlude swimming classes for 
women and teen-agers. Understand that shapely Juanita Humber, 
Yvonne Cole, Dorothy Williams, and Yvonne Crosley are among 
the c<mtestants in the beauty conteet, that will highlight the show. 

Schedule of activities include *^ 
coed night every Friday from 


7:30 till 9:00, with special swim 
.miBf instructions lor women 
from 9:00 until 10:00. Teen-age 
group takes over on Mondays 
and Wednesdays from 7 at night 
iuitil 9:00. So all you female 
Itvater lovers can take it from 
there. 

.WAACP Jl. COUMCU. VASTT 
The Junior Council members 


little girl. By the way, William 
is stationed somewhere in India 
. . . Wallace Marine, Pre - Med 
student at UCLA is now taking 
up his studies at Maharie . . . 
A trip south of the border this 
summer seems to be quite the 
thing. Joyce and Jerry Stewart 
had big plans for flying down to 
La Ciudad De Mexico for a brief 


,, , ^ ^. . ,. i_, vacation. However, new plans 

«^ well into their membership ^^^.^ ^^^^ completed for an early 
»„ ^.^?' ?r* i°^ '"•"bers. j j„ .. A few days back 

All fratemsi and club groups ^ « " Mn^ Port- 


are being contacted for member 
ship. One of the main events 
scheduled for the drive, is the 
coming dance at the Plantation 
Club. So happens that Joe Mor- 
ris is allowing the Youth Council 
to take over free of charge that 
, evening, and Jimmy Lunceford 
is also doing his pact. 

All Council -iiembers will be 
expected at Fri«(^y nights meet 
ing in order to get new member 


wig'a "Anchoir," to meet the very 
charming Miss Hale, who had 
just completed her education at 
the University of Mexico . . . Al* 
bert Hicks Is scheduled to be In 
on furlough In a lew days . . . 
The life of the party now days 
seems to be centered around my 
buddy and yours, R<iy Hart, the 
fellow who sells good records 
cheap ., . Back in town and 
looking cute as a dime, dimples 


f*''L''"H;.«ri-'ur-rnTmbe« ''"* *» «« ^^<>^' «*"*>«»• 
*"*!! ''^J^rVjl tKfH,-?,n^ Slowly but surely the complete 
on the 12th when the big dance ,..»,. \.^.,_ «# ..w j v i 
«,m— «ff h»raui* thev are I ""'* 8^"P °' sub-deb glamour 

J3tKj^!-^fK.^tH.NAArp '"^n »« l»*ving the scene for 
aware of the fact that the NAACP, ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^_ 


Is definitely a worth while or- 
ganization. 

OVXK THE WEEX-KND 

The fashionable wedding of J. 


ten Is ' sporting soMe G.Li jive 

along V«^th the rest of the gents. 

Lstter part of this month, pop. 

ular Bett^ Yarbrough will again 


T. Glpson and Gertrude Lomax, I i,e moving in Los Angeles, circles 
held Sunday afternoon at Zion j .Received a letter from George 
Hill Baptist Church was one of . sturdivant last week. He is sta 
the biggest events of the season 


The younger setters took their 
vows before a record breaking 
crowd. 

Among highlight events of the 
weekend was the Introduction of 
Mrs. Anne Fentress Green, of 
Tuskegee and Birmingham, to 
the Los Angeles social circles. 
The receiving line was formed 
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, 
and formal introductions were 
made until 7:00 o'clock. Hostess- 
es at the affair included Ethel 
Boykins, Elinors Lee, Maxine 
Clarke, and a bevy of others. 
LEAGnERS MEET 

Mrs. Joseph Morris (Euvolda), 
was hostess to the Doll League 
at the Club Plantation last Sun- 
day. The club under the leader- 


tioned somewhere In England, 
and sends hellos to the gang . . , 
Mabel Snow Thomas Is looking 
plenty fine for herself now days 
. . . H^letta Garrison is back 
in town after spending a week 
or two at the Pilgrim Fellowship 
camp. Has given up her dream 
of goin'g to Stanford U. for Uni- 
versity of Cal. Berkeley campus. 
By the way, Marilyn Williams 
plans to complete her high school 
education a semester early, by 
taking up her final work in sum> 
mer school. * 

Glambrous Jean Soldier de- 
parted from the fair city last 
Wednesday in order to visit with 
hubby, (LeRoy, who Is down in 
Florida . . . Barbara Ragsdale Is 
headed for the East. Plans to 


ship of Flo W«e turned out m ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

complete »""»'>««/"^„ f"J°y^^ t Since Frank.fJotorious tripper of 

^.^'?^<,hf*hL7nJ entev nl 'he light fantastic. Dupas*^ is in 
biU of light bfcsiness, enjoying ^j,^ ^^^^j^*- 

the well planned luncheon and ^/^^^ ^^^ feeling *hat), 

listemng to he:<nu»ic of Lunce- ^^ ^^ any day ' 

lord's orchestra, , ^ • ' 

Weekend partying was cent- 1 * , 

ered around Althea Warren and i Retuma from the recent elec- 
Lula Green's Saturday night 1 tion of Sigma Chapter of the 
events as expected. Both affairs [ AKA's has Benzell Graham as 
were attended by the "Set," and f ^'O',: ^ary King, vice prexy; 
M. super-time was had by all.; J^^* Wilson. secretary; Kathenne 
Thretlghout the evening, caught Rsndolph. corresponding secre- 
a gUmpse or .did a bit of chat- , tao: Ella Louise Cook, treasurer; 
ting with Bal Kemp and Connne 



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C^ipson-Lomax Rites at Zion Hill Baptist 
Church Breath-takingi With Innovations; 
Bride Unaltenjdecl, Wears Draped G6wn 


It LAWIENCS Ti tK^iMMM 

LoS Angeles has a ^eddleg. 
reopie. Los AngelM had a nvost 
unique wedding. Itwkjthe date 
on your calendar. Simday, July 
3, 1944. It is difficult to'deaerlbe 
this iwedding in the tr^ditwhal 
sMi4i mainly because the reader 
will [not be afforded a clear 
eMHWh picture of what' trans- 
piredT 

It is far better that wa! de- 
scribe the affair in the manner 
of a review of a Hollywjobd pic- 
ture premiere. This Is suggested 
mainly because the entire pro- 
ceedings could have bjeen the 
makings of an excellent screen 
plot, wUh the exception ithAtthe 
principals, J. T. Gipalon, the 
groom, Gertrude Lomax, bride 
and the Rev. Grant HanHs, were 
up per- 


t Walter 


"AW SO THST WEBB MAB- 
BIKD!"— J. T. Glpaoo, Califor- 
nia Eagle ooluniulst, and one 
of the most popular newspaper 


roea on the Pacttle Cteat, la 
■aeo alMva with Ma otamuBf 
bride, the tormar Mlaa Oer> 
truda Lomax, just after their 


waddlar laat Sunday afternoon 
M Sinn IfiU BnpUat Chiiroh. 


Jones, Marilyn Williams. Joyce 
and Jerry Stewart, Jack Terry, 


Alfleda Jackson, chaplain, and 
Gloria Roberts, reporter ... 

The girls have big plans for 


Corinne Kimbel and the rest of the coming season of club aetlv. 


• the crowd. 
WELLI WELL! WELLI 

The rumors that have been go- 


ity. Making reservations for San 
Francisco isn't an easy job, take 
it from any AKA trying to make 


ing around town about Lt. Curtis her way to the coming con 
Smith missing In action, have ference . . . Les Charmantes will 
been confirmed by his wife Ruth. ; be balling on the beach of Santa 
She, however, feels that he Is Monica, come Sunday morn 


safe, because on three other occa- 
sions Curt had been reported as 
wlssing in action only to turn 
up a day or two later, safe and 
sound. Here's hoping the former 
Angeleno is safe . . . 

Hear that my pal, Naomi Davis, 
has again deserted the coast for 
Kew Orleans. Harriette Patter- 
son had that far-away look In 
her eye Sunday, guess she had 
tis^nce Lawrence Johnson's long 


Don't forget to buy War Bonds, 
and plenty of them. 

TILL NEXT WEEK 


Chicago Couple 
Residents of L. A. 


Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Pickett, 
former Chicago residents, have 

.,_. . .„ ._ ^. ^ .J moved to Los Angeles. Mr. Pick. 

*****^!! P*'ir,S!Ll" 4lM?i!f ett is the owner of a large farm 


Say saw Marion P.tte«on '- ^;,^^^^^-\^,-^;,onTt 
Spencer last Sunday looking fine Lj ^^ ^,^ ^ ^^ 

u ever. Found out that the addi- ^ ^^^^.^^^^ ^i,;^^ ^^ .,,.* 

tionto the Spencer family is a ^„^y/,^ ^^^ , j„ Chicago. 



AN ACNE 



Mrs. Pickett is a graduate in 
I business administration from the 
i Chicago Business College. The 
j Plcketts plan to engage in busi- 
{nesi here if a suitable location 
can be found. 



• . . especially when 
Bereaeas and itching 
are present. Relieve 
these troublesome 
•ymptoms of exteroallj 
canted piaiples with 
antiseptic Black and 
White Oiatment. ThoU' 
lands of aatitfied users have found 
that famoos Black and 'White Oint' 
Oent tlutN^fa its aoothing aatiaeptie 
tetioo— aaies Hdung— helps nature 
in healiag . It also relicTcs itching 
tad harning soreness of ecsema ax* 
temaBy eansed, and simple ring> 
trorm. Try itt la large ecoMxaical 
nsea, 50^ 25^ aiad 10^ Use only as 
iirected. • ■ • 

;r Highly r e wm i me aded for daily 
sleassiag wray sorfset dirt—is aUU 
lad fragrsBt Black mi IHUt* Skin 
Soap, 10|^ and 2S^ sold evstywherv 


BIACK-WHITE 

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Dr. Marshall's 
Family Visits L A. 

Mrs. Mildred Marshall, the 
wife of Dr. William Marshall of 
flelolt, Wisconsin, and her two 
i children, : William and Nellie, 
are the house guests of Mr. ah'd 
Mrs. William O. Coleman of 980 
E. 45th street. 

Mr. Coleman is a policeman 
for the War Department, statJo«i- 
ed at the Port of Embarkatifin 
at Wilmington. 

The Marshalls will be guests 
of the Colemans until the end 
of July. 


real and on the up and 

formers. . , ; ■ , |:i;^v ' . 

MAmaFIBCK^^ 1^^-- 

No Hollywood a^rlp 
could have written. IJieiolesr for 
the various partldpfllfi In (the 
weddiiig eeremoitfl«;t which 
unltedx newspaper columnist J. 
T. Glpson, in holy wedUJck with 
charming and attrikstlye Ger- 
trude Lomax any better than was 
skilfully executed under the 
marvelous direction of Ralphe 
; Porter; It was a masterpiece. 
The wedding rites were said 
In a specially erected alter of 
gold by the Reverend! Grant 
Harris, pastor of Zion iflll Bap- 
tist Church, 22nd jsnd Central 
Avenue at 4:00 p.m- b^'ore an 
over -crowded church audience. 
The Rev. John Brannon.l Assist- 
ant Pastor of St. PaullBapUst 
Church, olflclated In prsh'er. 
LENA MOKNB tlNOt 

Although Lena Home.Jbesute- 
ous sepia screen star was princi- 
pal soloist at the wedding, the 
stellar roles easily went Jto the 
two wedding participant^. Their 
parts were that great, and they 
were majestically ni*asur4d up 
to them. 'Si 

Anr slafttlar atanteir lataa 
we«ld h«*« > be fieea te the 
bride. Her »eto s ssass^ 
dUUeulV She ■»pswe « to 
liad ta «««r«ama th« mMJt Mate 
pc^Mlu •< daeWaa f • ecdar 
to bocaas«b,c part pC tbls lert 
tlio dMaMi la li stis wm 
svfMas. «ia|aa«ic aad Mtsmt. 
A mmt flaftoos MUs^ 
' Think what you wanjt. there 
was more drama. .dee|h stark 
drama enacted therei In Son Hill 
iYaptist Church. That young 
couple gave out in the moat 
eloquent fashion a determina- 
tion to not only merely Join in 
wedlock, but to live together and 
succeed where suspicion ^f fail- 
ure lurked. 

SYMPHONIC OSCHBSTBA 

preceding the wedding cere- 
monies, a 15 piece syi^ph<8ilc 
orchestra under the dlreetion of 
Frank Woodson^ entertained the 
vast audience w 1 1 h beautiful 
numbers. Organist Ksjtherinc 
Lindsay Colbert started the cere- 
monies off with _a rendition of 
the "Star Spangled Banner." 

This was followed by a speeial 
solo numl>er by screen aetreas 
Lena Home, who stood in the 
chancery. Bemiee Buyers, proved 
the first Innovation when she 
appeared Singing a solo in pre- 
cessions 1 style. This i^ne proved 
braath-takinf. 
WBDDIlfO PAltr 

The wedding party consisted 
of, best man, Harry Bjgelow; ma- 
tron of honor, Mrs. Ruth Shelton; 
maids of honor, carrying cor- 
sages of pink orchids, LiUiaJi 


Lomax and Betty Scott, elster 
and cousin <rf the bride; brides- 
maids, Delores Beanami, Velma 
Woodaon, Genevive Woodson, 
Sutton; ushers, Boyd "Mac " Pink- 
Betty Jean Evans, and Beverly 
ston, James B. Brown, Johnny 
Thomas, yemon Mendes, Jimmie 
Brown, and Tuson Moore; flower 
girls, Linda Lou Kembert and 
Yvonne Perry, and Mrsj. Gertrude 
Harris Aunt of the bride v/ho 
gave her away in marriage. 

Kalpbe Porter, iatoiiec d see 
rotor, who diiected the oatlio 
Barveleus oieaeaU plctnie, 
sewed his najer tsiuoiph ia 
the waddlag praeasaMal Jt> 
selL Rare was a BMat Httiaf 
flmlU.' Oae thoft HVUyweed 
■Mtles ptetttie dlreet^ have 
hoped to hare viTaa ithem ia 
« piehire. ■' 1. 

; Mr. Porter had all (he lesser 
performers, matron jof honor, 
b^desmalds,' ushers and all pass 
in parade in the tradttidnal man- 
ner, singly up and do^n oppo- 
site ai;iles to later form on the 
alter itand. Then followed the 
groom supported by his best 
mian. 

■nUE BRIDE EMTBBS 1 

A roost fitting and i dazzling 
climax was produced in the 
effect of j the charmingly beautt- 
fuil bride wearing a beautiful 
expertly draped white slipper 
satin gown, with laced train, 
carrying a bouquet of Orchids 
and a Bible, marching slowly, 
hesitantly, gpillfngly, majestic- 
ally, defiantly atone down that 
long corridor to the alter. 
Throughout the bride's slow tan. 
talizing march, the groom ap- 
peared visibly nervous. 

The spectators rescted to )the 
emotionalism occasioned by the 
tenseness of the situation in a 
manner as to suggest the stark- 
nes^ of the drama unfolded there 
that afternoon. It is a known 


Cact, that aM waddlnpi. Ufce 
funerals and births ahould brtal 
to mind some strange draniA aC 
life whl<ai the averafc mind ofca- 
not grasp or fathom. 

But. ssMaas has wmA • aaw : 

ap peazsd ao " a l a qu aat la flW 

diraetiea •t the s« 

Aa «taiea»b«re a< 

clreumst«aee parva^al •▼•' 

■U. The B«v. Otnt 

•a uada of the b«Ma 

lensad the eot« 

1*9 to Hie Beiptlat tttoal. bias* 

self choUeMfodlT uttaesd tha 


his heai U n *U aay 

aar re a so a why tbaaa im9 

should not be loiaod 

let bias spooh aowr « 

hold b|s poMor 

The wedding ot the popular 
newspaper columnist, and fonnar 
musicilin, to the charmlnf fgniMr 
Gertrude Lomax drew a lait* 
crowd of people represMitlaf a* 
class, section and atratum tt 
local lift. ,The theatrical jcroiHiv 
was notijcekble in the audiamt^^ 

'Among those noted by ttMi<« 
writer were; MonteHawla y, J 
Leonard Reed, Lillian Randolpk. « 
Fannie Robinson, Mr*. Maoee Bk* 
Sheffield, Charles Butler, NUlS^ 
Mac McKinney, Horaef Hntdaf's 
son (who was accompanlat fitf^ 
Lena Home) Norma Amato (pia> j> 
tege of Hattie McDanlrta. Mi. ; 
and Mrs. Ellhu (Blade Dot) M*' ^ 
Gee. Roy (Sonny) Howard. Mhl^ 
Faye Roberts, Mabel Soett, aM* 
scores of others^, i$ 

A reception ^as held i maw;* 
dlately following the weddinf aCgf 
320 East Jofferaon, where twaas 
rooms full of presents ware dia>2 
played. The bridal party WM« 
later guest of the Club Ala)>Mii.2 
Plantation Club and Caaa Blaaeaa 
breakfast club. 


MONEY 

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for jroor Jmomu Ball H ia i 
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main plMMie: 

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MARKIED LAST SUNDAY— 
Mr. and Mrs. Robwt Brace (the 
former Mlse Dorothy Lee No- 


il ant the weddlar eahe fol' 
lowing their murtagf last Son* 
day afteraooB at the home at 


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Dorothy Lee Noble^H-Robert E. Bnice 
Wedding Solenmized Lagt Sunday 


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PACIFIC LODGE No. 1 

D<MialdseB i. Jones, 

ChaiMyeiler Commander 

Meets tMi aad 4th Wednesday, 

7:M P. M. 
All State aiU 0«*«(-State 
Pytfalaaa tavited to visl* and 
affiUate with as. 

(Writa or Phone 
I^ank 8. Maxwell, K. K. 8. 

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Doa*t forget. K. P. State Co» 
venttoB Is here In Los Angeiea 
tte ndddle at July. 


A romance that started over 
three years ago when they were 
both members of the Jvintor choir 
of the First AME church, came 
to full bloom last Sunday after- 
1 noon with the marriage of Doro- 
thy Lee Nobles and Robert Ed- 
jward Bruce in the patio of the 
! Nobles family residence at 1329 
E. 43rd place. The Rev. Frederick 
D. Jordan, pastor of the First 
AME church read the marriage 
vowj. 

Standing In the midst of 
friends and relatives who form- 
ed a "V" under the sun-bright 
sky, the couple were imited in 
a solemn ceremony that began 
at 4:30 p.m. 

The bride wore a white chiffon 

i dress trimmed In Old English 

I lace and carried a bouquet of 

I gardenias and orchids. She was 

i escorted to the arch under which 

the couple stood by her father, 

Robert A. Nobles, a prominent 

excavating contractor of this 

city. 

Mrs. Geraldine Harris, daugh- 
ter of Mrs, WUHe L. Curtis, act- 
ed as Matron of Honor. Miss 
Margaret E, Kyle, a Wilberforce 
coed, and the daughter of Dr. 
Thomas W. Kyle, was the maid 
of honor. Miss Roberta (C^hiek) 
Nobles, use coed and sister of 
the bride, was bridesmakl. 

AH of the bride's attendants 
were gowned in pastd shades 


and carried bouquets of tropical 
flowers. The mother of the bride, 
Mrs. Vallie Lee Nobles, was gra- 
ciously] gowned In orchid crepe. 

Charles Grose, a former stud- 
ent at Los Angeles iCty College, 
and aif empIoy<fe of the U. S. 
Postal j Service, was best man. 
Everett Bell, A.M.,vPralrie View 
College, was the groomsman. 

Mrs. I Edna Tukes sang, "Be- 

oause,'*! and General White sang, 

"By ttie Band of the River." 

Sditb K. Owens was at the piano. 

I The Ibrida, a native of Loa 


Angeles, is a graduate of Thomas 
Jefferson High school with hon- 
ors, and presently attends Qty 
College. The groom is a graduate 
oi Alton Jiigh school, Alton, 111. 
He served 10 months in the U. 

S. Army and recently returned to 
civilian life. 

^e is employed in an essmtlal 
industry. 


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l^Ua ArHngton Entertained the ^^ 
MemBers of the Press Last Friday 


The Villa Arlington tendered a 
recepticm to the press at the club 
rooms on Adams Boulevard, near 
Arlington last Friday night fol- 
lOwing the; "Dear Joe" Bally at 
ttate Coliseum. 

■kl^. Laon Hvrwlck, thwxttical cd- 
- tter of th* Sentinel, and man- 
. agw of tbo dul^ was boot to a 
ropc ooou totiTo gathering of 
Bownaon and :iromon which 
iadvdod Chorlotta A. Boss, ed- 
Itor-pubUahor of the California 
Eofte. VhiUip M. ConnellT. tec- 
rotarr of Oio L. A. CIO Council 
and his daughter Dorothr. Ted 
LsbortoB. Herb Uoin and Ruth 
Manow of the Lobot Horold, 
Albo* Slode, CIO Educational 
Dlxacter. 

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Williams of 
the LANG^ Herman Hill of the 


Courier, Lawrence LaMarr, presi- 
dent of the Angel City Press Club, 
and representatives of the Peo- 
ple's World. 

UNmr KEYNOTE 

J. Robert Smith, managin^edi- 
tor of the Los Angeles Sentinel, 
acted as master of ceremonies 
and introduced Charlotta A. Bass 
who spoke for unity and sincere 
cooperation as the means to 
build greater community 
strength. 

Yvonne Cummings sang a solo, 
and was accompanied at the 
piano by her sister Carol. Mr. and 
Mrs. C Page gave several dra- 
matic readings plus a solo by 
Mrs. Cummings. 

G. K. Williams, LANG admin- 
istrative officer, introduced the 
members of the press. 


Deltas Will Open Reading Center In 
Little Tokio at Pilgrim House, 16th 


Local chapters of Delta Sig- 
ma Theta Sorority will dedicate 
a reading center and lending 
library in Pilgrim House, 121 
North San Pedro street, July 16, 
which will feature books about 
Negroes and periodicals dealing 
with racial topics. Another sec- 
tion of the library will be devot- 
ed to books for children. 

As soon as they can be de- 
veloped story hours for children 
will be scheduled weekly and 
will be supervised by local 
school tearfiers who are mem- 
bers of the sorority, according 
to iMrs. Juanita Miller who is 
chairman of the committee in 
chafrge of the project. 


Plans are also being worked 
out for a counselling service for 
residents of the area who wish 
to avail themselves of such 
services. Jrained social workers 
will be on hand at regular 
hours to render such assistance 
as they can and their efforts 
will be directed toward adjust- 
ment of problems of those using 
the facilities. 

Members of the committee, in 
addition to Mrs. Miller, are 
Mesdames Lillie Tylv. Hilda 
Allen, Marie Derry, Paulyn Gar- 
ner, Fay Jackson and Misses 
Pauline glater, Eula Dean Ro- 
ebry and Alma Thomas. 


Nursery Aided by Hudson Recital; 
Sings Tonight for Real Estate Board 

Worried mothers who have i ead," "Crucifixion," "Peter Go 
been apprehensive over the wel- Ring Dem Bells" and other beau- 
fare of their children while toil- tlful spirituals took on a new 
ing over their machines, both for meaning and appeal under Ever 


their livelihood and to aid the 
.war effort, and young mothers of 
war babies who would like to 
work while husband and father 
is fighting at the front, will greet 
with joy all such assistance as 
was given by Ever Brewer Hud- 
son in recita^on Monday of last 
week under the auspices of tl 
Non Nobis Goodwill Worker 
live women's organization. The 
proceeds from the presentation 
of the talented mezzo-soprano 
went to swell the sum needed \ ance. 
tor their worthy goal. 

Besides this, all who were pres-' 
ent to enjoy the musical Jreat 
were also better informed ot the 
nastneSs of the task these Good- 
will Workers have undertaken, 
and many more pledged them- 
selves to aid in thelr"own way. 

Among the classic numbers 
tendered by Mrs. Hudson, who at 
present Is in great demand, were:- 
Strauss' "Tomorrow," Va c c i's 
"Precessoa I'morir," Gounod's 
"Ave Maria," and others in per- 
fectly ennunciated French. Ital- 
ian and German. "Balm In Gil- 


Brewer Hudson's interpretation 
SINGS TONIGHT FOR 
REAL ESTATE BOARD 

Tonight at the Icxuriois Villa 
Arlington the rich-voiced singer 
will be presented as a special 
feature of entertainment at the 
bond drive banquet being held 
there by the Golden West Real 
Estate Board. As all this out- 
standing body and their guests 
are lovers of real music, they are 
looking forward to her appear- 


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By Ellis L. V»il 

Judging by the number of wd- 
men who have expressed 
intention . to participate in the 
Golden West Bridge Association's 
third annual women's pair re- 
gional, all attendance records 
for this game seem destined to 
be broken. Saturday and Sun- 
day, July 8 and 9, are the dates 
wfth dinner free to all players. 
Who will be the winners? We 
refuse to predict. 

They could be the 1943 
champs, Elinor-May Denton, or 
the 1942 champs, Agnes Beal- 
Lena Brewer, or such popular 
pairs as Vista Henry-Gene C. 
Campbell, Louis Roan-Margaret 
Hale, Dr. Darthula Matthews- 
Julya Asberry, Beatrice Reeves- 
Vetlra White. 

I could go on but it is any- 
body's game. May the best pair 
win. The men are preparing and 
serving the dinner. 

The auxiliary's progressive 
tournament held Friday, June 
30, was a grand success. Prize 
winners were: first, Elinor 
Floyd; second, Ellis L. Viel; 
third, Margaret Hale; fourth, 
Chester Lewis. 

Attention, men! The only 
game to be held on the Pacific 
coast exclusively for men will 
be on July 22 and 23. Register 
now! 

The top six for the $15 donat- 
ed by Clarence Ertnis, president, 
for the Tuesday series are: Dr. 
Matthewsiciaudine Hilburn, 290; 
Dr. A. L. Waldace- Julia Scott, 
288; May Norman-May Denton, 
286^3 ; Joe Henry- Verna Bean, 



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Ifqu^wanmng and Reception Given 
At tiie Home of Nanna C. Fuller 



FdUNDATlON 
'ANNIVEBSABlr — Among the 
hundreds of giiest^ of all races 
attending the uiiuier celebrat- 
ing the tenth anniversary of 
the Gamer Negro Mosic Be- 
search Center in Pasadena last 
Thursday night at First Bap- 
tist Chorda of that city are 
these gronps. Seen In the top 
picture are, Jleft, to right: 
Madams Portia Trenhqlnji of 
Birmingham, AU.,' Ursula 
FruiU AdamSj Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Harvey, »Iiss ^dlth 
Owens, Mmes- 'Blanche Grogg, 
CJwrlotta A. Bass, Anna Mc- 
Millan, Bev. and Mrs. James 
lielriunan. Dr. Isadore Mtchell, 
JifTS. Sinclair Amato, Joseph 
Amato, Miss Ndrma Amato, so- 
prano, and Dr. and Mrs. Albert 
C. Johnson. M the center pic- 
ture are, left t^ right. Dr. Wil- 
liam G. Campbiell, Prof. Floyd 
A; Boss, the Bev. George B< 
Garner, 0r. Jolui A. Sexon;; so- 
p^rintendent oi education for 
Pasadena; Mrs. Jiduson A. 
Sexon, Mrs. Allise Binehart, Dr. 
Walter G. Mn^lder, Mrs. fWil-' 
Ilam G.. Campbell, Mrs. Winter 
G. Muelder, a^d Mrs. Netta 
Paullyn Gamerf Hostesses for 
the affair are ^een in the i pic- 
ture at bottomi 


Service Men Given 
Dinner at AWVS 


A dinner "was given last Fri- 
day by the Clfissic Literary and 
Social Club vmder the direction 
of the Gardenia Hostesses. 

The Camp Hoss Band fur- 
nished excellent music. Among 
thpse present were Mrs. Clyde 
Howell, president of the Classic 
Qub; Mrs. H. WUliams, Mrs. G. 
McKiimey, and a number of stu- 
dents from Henrietta's Beauty 
School; also Mrs. Ziltea Williams, 
active clubwoman from Oakland 
who is visiting; here. 

We, the Gatdenia Hostesses, 
highly appreciate the support giv- 
en by all those assisting in mak- 
ing our party a success. 


Macks Entertain 
For Their Sister 




lOfh Arini'^ersary of th^ 
MusiclResearcn Center! 



Leading Educators Praise Its Work 

Of Making Racial Amity Ttirough Music 


The tenth anniversary celje- 
bration of the founder^ of tijie 
Garner Negro Music Research. 
Center of Pasadena was hejd 
last Thursday evening i at t^e 
First Baptist Church in that city. 
Notable for its pregiam of 
character building tfarougb 
music and th« bridgjing c|f 
chasms of pxedjudico tjbrough 
the medium of the i Negrp 
Spiritual, the center is;' a tri- 
bute to the industriousneas 
and civic patriotism ^f tlw 
Rev. George Robert ^rner 
and his wife dnd parti|er. 


282; R. J. City-Irene d. Hall, 
2S0M; John Hilbum-Mar«e Ows- 
ley, 275^2. Joe Henil-Verne 
Bean won the June ; trophy 
series. 


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Mr. and Mrs. Tom jBran 
stopped over on their wa|y hqihe 
to Berkeley, Califomiai They 
had been visiting with a|daug^- 

ter in Chicago. 

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Netta I Paullyn Garner. ; 
Evidence of the interiracil 
goodwijll and harmonious under- 
standing which has been created 
by the, activities of the Garner 
Center was shown, by the sing- 
ing of the inter-racial choir, and 
by thei testimonials spoken by 
prominient educators from USC, 
leading social and business per- 
sonalties of the commuiiity and 
the heads of the educational 
system of Pasadena. 

CONTBIBUnON 

T. Yirgil Truman o^ ^SG 
spoke Jn high upraise of the Rev. 
Mr. Gamer and his wife for the 
contribution they are making to 
the cuijtural life of the city, and 
to theTpost war world, by their 
teachings of inter-racial amity. 

Dr. Jphn A. Sexon, Pasadena's 
Superintendent of Education, in- 
troduced many of the educators 
and coijnmunity leaders present, 
and added his praise to: the 
volume received by the Rev. and 
Mrs. Qsorge Gamer for their 


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ment , .j 

Charlotta A. Bass, editor- 
publisher of the California 
Eogle, ond an eozlr land 
staunch supporter of the Cen- 
ter's work, traced the history 
of its activities from the bMin- 
niag, predicting greater ijoc-. 
compUshments from the ifom 
work of Rev. Gamer ondj his 
occomplished wife. || 

Rev. Garher who presented 
several of the Center's stiidents 
in solo vocal selections, and who 
directed the inter-racial chair in 
two well-received selections, 
spoke in acknowledgemenit of 
the appreciation of his i^ork, 


Pasadena Club In 
Qosing Meeting 

PASADENA.^Th* Art I: and 
Self-Improvement Club hew its 
last meeting at the home of; {Mrs. 
Anna Batiste. Mrs. George |Gar- 
■ner rendered two piano anum- 
bers. Mrs. Primrose Peri^ Ifeave 
two solos accompanied by i Miss 
Gene Morrow. A review ot[ the 
current issues of the Negro Di- 
gest was given. 

Following an appetizing 1 inch- 
eon, the club 'decided to disband 
for the summer. Evangelinej Gal- 
loway is the reporter. 



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and pledged hitnself to greater 
effort in the ' futu|ei.' Both J Rev. 
Gamer and hispwif^, whoi also 
accompanied the ^soloist,! ex- 
pressed gratefijil appreciation 
for the assistance they had y- 


ceived front; the 
of Schools and 


Superintendents 
Education and 


from the busiiiess,^ social arid 
community : leaders, many of 
whom were 'pjtesent at the; din- 
ner which was i seryed to I over 
three hundred bf the Ce^tttt's 
guests. . i . 

Norma Amatp, | protege of 
Hattie McDanielj ana a pupil of 
Mme. Cahier, form^ teacher of 
Marion Andersori, was the gue^ 
soloist of the evenlngj;:. 


Mrs. Z. \^ iUiams 
Entertains Witt 
Bridge Linncheoii 


The beautiful. 


home of iMrs. 


Zora Williams was the scene of 
an elaborate tiridge Ivmcheon 
recently, hohorinjg Mr. and Mrs. 
Luther M. Hudispn, formerly of 
Oakland, , but jwho are I now 
living in Los Arigeles. I 

Sharing honon with them 
were Mrs. liouise Skanks Col- 
lier' and Mr. Collier, Berkeley; 
Mrs. Mabel Turner, . Oakland; 
Mrs. Mattie Brokvn, San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. Martenia Smith, 
Chicago; and. 42 othef matrons. 

Four rounds of liiridge were 
played and th^ following re 
ceived prizes: - 

Madams Maud|e Rambo, first 
Nellie SmaHwood, second; Exie 
Boutte, third; jBeulah Baber, 
fourth; Angiebelle Nichojas, 
fifth, and the gentl^en's prize 
went to Mr. Hudson. 


DAUGHTER IffOR 


Mr. and Mrs. Ited Boyklns of 
1956 South Rajmond avenue, 


the birth of a 
Dona Belle, at 


have announced 
baby daughter, 

the Hollywood Pr^by^t^an Hos- 
pital, July 3, 194^. 

Both mother and baby are 
ingii^a. 


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PASADENA. — Mr. and Mrs. 
Stephen Mack entertained with a 
going-away party for their sister, 
Mrs. Bessie Hale, and grandmoth- 
er, Ollie Louis Thomas, on Satur- 
day evening. 

Games were played and i de- 
licious repast was served. 

Included among the guests 
were Mr. and Mrs. Henty Hale, 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Adananda, Mr. 
and Mrs.'M. Avery, Mr. and Mrs. 
L. Overr, Mr. and Mrs. B. Cese- 
ney, Mr. and Mrs. O. Smi}:h, Mr. 
and Mrs. T. Shields, Mr. aiid Mrs. 
C. Capelyn, Miss Wyona Wells. 

During her visit here, Mrs. 
Hale was also entertained by the 
Adanandas, the Spanns and the 
Merriweathers. 

She and her granddaughter 
left Tuesday inorning for Palo 
Alto. 


TBAFTIC TOLL .» 

According to advices to the 
Automobile Club of Southern 
California, all regions of the 
United States showed an increase 
in traffic fatalities up to the end 
of April this year. 


hut from ndghboiin^ cpmnauil* 
ties subh as Monrovia, Duarte, 
Watts and Los Angeles. Gifts 
wexe received from Oiicago. and 
Terra Haute, former home towns 
of Mrs. Fuller. 


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PASADENA. — A very lovely 
house^arming was staged lor 
Mrs. Nanna C. Fuller in her new 
home, 1003 Lincoln avenue, also 

receptton ho^noring Miss Bo?ie 
Lee.Stepp of Gary, Indiana, niece^ Group s_i n g 1 n g was 1*3 ^. 
of Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Lillian 
Dorsey of Chicago, Hi., last Sim- 
day in Pasadena. 

From 3 to 7 o'clock fourteen 
charming hostesses, close friends 
of Mrs. Fuller, received and 
served refreshments to the num- 
erous guests who brought beau- 
tiful and practical gifts. Friends 
came not only from Pasadena 


Madames Buggs and Hodge. Rev. 
J. Hill, pastor of Scott Methodist 
Church, blessedthe h<nn* ia « 
prayer of dedication. 

Following the reception, ^Sn, 
Fuller entertained her hostesses 
and a few friends bi a liv*« 
course diimer in her new home. 
Present were: Miss Tommy 
MoQre and mother, Mrs. Rosa, 
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stev- 
ens, Mrs. Willie Lee, Mr. and 
Mrs. Lucius Williams, Mrs. Effl« '■_ 
Bass, Mrs. Maud Rux, Mrs. Mar. 
garet Mayo, Mrs. Edeller BrownA 
Mrs. N. C. McMickMS, Mr. and | 
Mi^. William Smith, Mr. and 
Mrs. Cornelius Tillman, Mrs. LA* 
lian Dorsey> Mr. Arthur Pi<dcett, 
Mrs. Veronica Mack, Miss R^sa 
Lee Stepp, Mr. Patil Swift, Mrs, 
Birdie Moseley aiii Re*. Georfe 
Gamer. 


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THE CAl^IFORNIA EACLE 


01 0^ Blood-^fiU Neii! 




: "We aren't taking colored folks just front. We hive donated our Wocid- 

aiow" or "Come back some otlicr day the Blood Bank even ^Ottg^ we hi 

when we are ready for colored folks" btcn tol4 it would be segregate Aatj 

are the grt^tinM still too often received might not "ppUute" any white s^Idie 

by prospective 5fegro contributors to the We have done it- again and again. Ajc*4 

Red Cross Blood . Bank while posters, folks. WE ARE GOING TO KEEP 

newspapers, radio, and every other pub- ON DOING IT. We are going to ket 

lie informational source pleads for the on giving our blood that its preciou 

pint of blood that will save a life. The plasma may be used to save the lives, no 

contribution of Negro blood donors is only of our oxyn boys, but of all the boy 

still segregated exclusively for Negro of the United Nations. We doubt ver 

use in the face of all scientific reports much if in the hurlyburly of battle thosi 


that the only difference in blood is that 
it is of four typei: O, A, 3, and AB, and 
in spite of the fact that the blood is 
reduced to plasma and all of it is just 
that — phisma, what remains after the 


physicians at the front would have time 
— even if they wished to do so— to sepal ^ 
rate one vial from another' when it came 
to administering the precious fluid. ^ 

We are going to do this because wi 


whi^f and red corpuscles are removed— Xegroes' feel that we are fighting for 

and 18 not even types. The above action something bigger than those "race-hatinl 

on the part of the Red Cross was re- hvpocrites" can evep imagine. We art 

ported to the California Eagle by a white fighting for something. that hasn't eve« 

person of tanned skin, who tells of watch- ^hown above their hor^on — k free 

ing Negroes being told those words and America, a really free America, wherd 

leaving the Bhood Bank without making ^^^ Regardless of race, color, creed, 


his contribution because he did not want 
anvone to have the opportunity to say, 
'•No." to him. 

•'I think it a mighty poor howdy-do." 
he writes, when they use fcabs from sick 
cows to vaecinatie against smallpox and 
blood s^rum from sick horses as a me- 
dium for carrv'ing antitoxin, and then 
turn down flat the oflFer of our colored 


or national origin, shall have perfec? 
freedom of speech, of worship, froni- 
want, and from fear. ' ' 

To win this free America, we on the; 
home front must fight as hard as thosei' 




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THE CALIFORNIA EAGLE 



My Jmunettm CoHem. 


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% th« tUie thia it printed I Fwant to help bit I b^Mvlt 
will be d6«p in th« heart of is my duty. 
T^u. Yes, believe It or not, "My home state of California 
thafs wh^r* Tm going. Of has a great part to play in tite 
4)iMifM,,rw»n't be there long— I rebirth of America and I believe 
Aant think' I could stand it for it Is my duty arid privilege to 
more than a. week. be a part of -it. I hope now.you 

Tm really on my way to New wni realizerwhy I was .sad laat 
Ydrk. But, Fm going to stop, in night and why I say and know 
Texas to see my girl friend who in my heart that some iday^I i. 
is stationed there with the WA tetum to Califoml*." ' ~ " ■ .■ 

C's. From Texas, I am going to New York it not at beautiful, 
the naUon't capltol — Washing- *s all that— but it has something 
ton, D. C. And then on to New that no othe^ city In the country 
York! has. Of course, it has lU dirty 

Ift not that I don't like Calf- streets, giant tenements and the 
fomia that much, but I am lone- heat of the tummer and frost of 
som* for the old piaire. I Jutt the winter- but it's New Ywk! In 
can't explain it, but jl love n«^ spite of Governor Dewey— I love , 
home ritv and state. it! 


W. J. llVheaten Says4 


SA;* FRANCISCO — The Ele- 


home city and state. 

A friMd df mlaa teat her 
It - Tea* • eld ten off to Tale 
frbm Lot AngOlot latt wook 
oad )io wmto hor a letter from 
tho irala. Ho axplcdns bow ho 
looltlidbeat CclUomif osd be 
tay* it to wolL that tdl I coa 
■or it ^'ttMrt't tho wtir I fMl 
«d>oat' Now York". 
Marvin Chatlnover wrote his 


rvo oniayad my woik lil^Latr 
Angolt a b oth in tho eemaaa- 
ity and in my plant I woat 
to thank all my friondt at 
Pacific Sound Eqi^ipfBOBt Com- 
paar and my friendt Ccov Bel- 
dor, Alma PerkiBt. LaTla>| 
Fold, JaoquoUno Smith aadi 
many othon who modo it aol 
ploaaoat fee mo In a fcUuiig OJ 


Letters To Tbi 1 

i EdiU 


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mother: "Mom, last night when ^««y. 

I told you I was sorry to leave. My deepest, gratitude goes f» 
it wasn't only because I will the Avalon USO and its directotti 
miss ypu. X know that we will Ben Ellison and Miss Nltpi Black- 
see each other in a few months, well for extending the privilege 
It was because I was leaving my to me of wortcing there "M a sen- 
home state California Indefin- lor hostess, 
itelv. I also want to thank Mrs. 8d 

"There is a lot of filth In my Stancel of the Watts USO for her 
home state, political 'and other- Invitation to visit here dtiring my 
wise, but that evistt in every last week In L. A. I spent a mott 

"... ,, ■ iu lU* J X. ^ mor#> of thjrt hranrt Ff to make n ". — -.,-,. community in the nation. I will enjoyable evening in their beau- 

ness, this pettiness, not by being equally; ^e li^ftpvers. for what was once ^'^j^^t^^ ^'*°f iuftiS S i/,"'" *, *^^ ""*" ^^ '^* "*^« ^^k** ** beauty of the tif la center, 
hitrnrra and narrow-minded and oettv ^''* ,?*2"''""'' ^^^'^ ™*U"."'^ onJ,nuniwt^U^^w^t '""°'^* *° ^^ company some- m missions, the Pacific Coast, Lart, but by no means leurt. 
bigoted f '^<l^""''°'^^'V'"";f^^^"f^^^^ sweltering atrposphere of Chica- Shin S^'to^e^dedli.m' ""^"^ ^" ^"<^'*- ^^^ "« fritting the landscaping of Beverly Hills, T want to thank Mrs. Charlotte 

We must overcome it by rising above it., go and put over a hear cut and ^t,nS th.n tS!t S i^^Ti 4 y°" ^" '^^^"^^ *^ y*"*^ ^^' the aty Hall and the Council Bass, editor of this paper, for 
Bitter? Well, how can we help being: dried program. The only matter ^."ul'^' ^/" * * „ .^^^^^ *r* we received here in Ihdia Chambers, etc. her friendship and gu5dan«. The 

bitter at least a trifle But when that f^ ™1'<=*'^ ^^«*he ninning mate °^™f^"°n^^ a^d it is really swell. Yesterday "Those are sights a native son hours I spent with Mrs. Bat": 

Ditter, ^\'?f S */"7' °"; "^""J: ' . io D*wey. Warren stood by his S°; t"^^,^!; J°" ""l '"" ~"- i"^ «*» call my name was tall- of California can never forget, each Monday evening, dlscuari 
wave of bitterness comes oyer >OU,. guns and would not allow him- !'A" y°"'**" *" ''*^'"^ ~'"- «* and there was five copies of when I was at the ton of the ing the progress of the war an'' 

the California Eagle ther* and city Hall. I could look in all the part we all must play in t 


in Europe or in the Pacific Islands. Wcj 

arc fighting a different kind of war, how- . ^ ,. . , « ,i_u*. * ^ _ ^. 

\ Ni- . .• ~ j-<»A-«» u;J^c r.f !**"'* has selected his burden M fighting for democracy and 

.... ..„. .... ..... ... ..... „ ever. N^e are using different kinds of. ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ democratic principles is to T>e 

people to donate blood at a time when weapons. We must overcome this bigo- piedjby the Hons. Tom Dewey, branded communist, then it ia !► 

p«l,le are urgtd ,o make ,hi, donation <0;. thi^^ra«.hat_ing._thU^„arjow.m>ded-, -^fc^*«U*.,™T:'!,'„2 mo^S SS l^nTJS fe ™ ,?'E"£*K 

as^a humanitarian and patriotic service 

to our sacrificing defenders in the field 

of battle. p 

"The bcnightfd and race-hating hyp- 
ocrites who make these policies apparent- 
ly are absolutely ignorant of the fact that 
science has been unabld to detect any 
biological or chemical differences in the 
bloods of the difilerent races. 

"Our armed forces are compelled tb 
take various treatments using the excre- 
tions of. sick horses and cattlt, but when 
it 'comes to using the blood-serum of 
tested, healthy NCgroes to save thd lives 
of our wounded |on the battle front3-f- 
Wcll, they seem to think rather than poll- 
lute the blood of the unfortunate mart, 


brother, just grit vour teeth a little harder* s«f. or lend himself, to the poiit- p*"^- 

as ,h. nurse a, ,h.. Red Cross blood bank: ■-' -f «« J^-'^^n'S «>meth«oIIS™o 

punctures your arm, and think you are "^ ^ ^ 


, .,, erdeired him to the delegates, . ^^ - . - ^, , i.,i„v wcic 

saving the life of some one who will.«nally consented to take the Pfct. there was something l^ck- ,,«forexI had .. a.u.,u.. 

fight harder than ever when he comes | gamble, and if Dewey ever had ««« t* f. ^ ^"''^'^'"w''°"^*/"^ona being asked me 

uZry^» 4r^r o fr/.p Am/^riVfl 3 reallv fr^-c " a chajnce, it was strengthened by ™"- v" L, , , "P^ ■**?"?"' Could be next to see th 

home tor a tree America, a reaiiy Uee, ■ Svnami^ Hri.i^, Governor Bricker's dynamic per- .U.„K f. " n.. -— i^ 


America 


the dynamic Sticker. 


can never imagine my sur- four directions and see an indus- 

«3-'** to receive them. trial giant 'a civic center a 

Returning to thf poiUical as- .^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ unwrapped thriving business market, a 

a hundred ques- beautiful place to llv^. 

if they "In the postwar wbrld, Cali- 

w^_» ».. ...«^.. vv. =.- thp papers fomia will be even more im- 

=..«,it, * dynamic per- ^hieh is really going tto be a nortant as the Gateway to our 

sonahty, it would have fallen jiroblem trying to let eWione Pacific market. There i> a big 


Th^ Platform was asinine as fi** ts. ,.„«.,i«, rvvi . _..» - . „ . ... _^ 

And make up your minds, folks, to Usual The usual sop was. given h;-„^\,ff^^"7nt2^^^ see them. You can never realize job to be done in Califohiia and 

^. . ■ . ' L.. L- !*« tW* M-«.- !.,.t.. T* jA-i.j ^"^ 0"V human interest ShOWn hnw mnr-h vnnr nsner \* =r»».-». ______ 


will long be a dear memory tr 
me. She is a woman that nc' 
only her people can be proud (j'. 
but the nation as a whole. A 
111 bo wtittag from Tomk 

WathingtoB and Now Tock. 

roTOwell, Los Angolos — and, at 

BMOt people boro haro told bm 

—I may bo back. 


keep a government in power that has;«0 th* Negro voter, it decried throughout the session. EarlXlH"'"hv 
gon^ fart'her than any other in DOING | "^^^^^^^^^^^^ S^e) t^lnS ^te 'ZX ^ ^^ 
SOMETHING towards making that,rt,an<:es to have killed, loo^ l^ey"**^) *« 'ni«t aome v^ in 


how much your paper lis appte- 
the fellows of the 
afrmed service over seas. 


A few weeks ago I re|ceived a 


lUtC inc uiouu ui iiic uunjiiuij«it in.«ij, ovy.vi J^ i iiJ..^' ^-J i.u»'»»<jo wi«»...£, -..-,-: en an^ra lo nave KJiica. iakjk. ^j^g proceedings 'and Joe Martin 'l"'^^^ wecKS ago 1 repeivea a 

better 1ft him die in his 'pure, undcfiled free America a reality. Promises amount over jthe vote; on cloture and ^^^^^^ ^^ « ^ cfippig i the paper of you and 


•state'." ' -I I 

This condition in free Am^erica can 
scarcely be imagined. But it is true. We 
wish it wire not. It seems the exact con- 
tradiction of what we are fighting fo^ 


to nothing. Any one can pmmise any- iS'^J^P^^ -^'^-^l^^PO^ ow^ jle^^^ 

thing and forget it after the election, accustomed to that blarney that ^>v^,''l/«. . -V.'^^^^l- 
Prcsident Roosevelt, our commandcr-in- it is useless to make mintion "^ ^-^LfL ^^^i' *'^"'"P«t- 
chief, in spite of thousands of handicaps, ^^„i*,l?^'°"MP«ak louder than ^^^^^ 


has accomplished more than any other 


word^." 


ray mother, Mrs. Bertha ^likely, 
SJhe writes me quite often of the 
wonderful work you are doing 
there with your paper. " . 

jWell, Mrs. Bass, I am quite 


THE PULPIT VOICE 

,. - I Conducted by 

fi- ' \ ' REV. ■ HAMII.TON T. BOS WELL 

Minister, Bowea Memorial Methodist. CSiorch 


t-4.^ SS^?^*^^,lV ^^1' T*in> nearly all the time here, 


Freedom I Fpr The American Indian 


We Neeroes have 1,000.000 of our meri president in making our country a ^ta- lixJKBS m*uiiEtIciair, -.1 . t.^ ,^~ . ^. — » ..<=-.. „.. ...^ ..^^ ..«^, - 

• '' ' -•• " -^ tion free from the degradation and hu-: "By the waf,- we ^notice fhat^ g«2Li^^L*^^^^^^ 

•"•"••'•'— '^—- •"- •^"- -"- <U»ttt»d .■tttp that Jho 0«ta than that I would tay it is not cerne* about winning a proper 


in 


the armed forces of America. Hun „„.. ..„ _ _-„ — . . ; m ivi <<?tH 

dreds have given their lives for this miliation we, Negroes have suffered ;|f^^"biquim*^^r.^^ne^^^^^^^ ^^*^ ^^*i<^ ^:'^^ {s'';i:i^'n^'g6^i ^^^ ^^ ^* 7*^. ^^^!fL ^^ 
countrv. Thousands have been wounded, a long time. We must elect to Congress the iiWeiight. The following from: bf««:^«» *ho ins. wh^tovor' j^ be a-,iong letter,^ it is one that -"* ^ '*' •"" •" "' American society. 

' - ^-- -.r .. * *oo«teome.i^hajoafi«ht ^Ithought I wo 

to moko. A fight for an equal •f-,, the feltows in complete '» * '^'^^V *^*'"*? *" *'^* ""^y* 


We as the nation's largest it simple and v^sy reasonabf*. 

It It that uaiott wo ooB bop: 


All have risked death. Our girl* have office. And we must elect to C9ngress : a New York d«iiy! 

joined the WAG where thev, too, risk everv man and woman who will help ■ "Albany, NT. juao ai (tJ?)— 

death every hour of their service. him'in his great work, and see to it that ; ^^J l^J^^^^^^^ 

. We have shed our blood on the battle he tinisnes the job. j rtj^t coatrai oommittoo, indi- 

ca^old durtag d visit to Gov. 
Thomas E. Dowoy that thoro 
will bo a definite drfro to 
swing Vogro votes to whemoo< 
OTOr tho RopubUcoas nemiaote 


The RepuUican ConvenUon 


The Republican convention in Chi- 
cago has ended. It has produced a plat- 
form stating its policies, and it nomi- 
nated its candidates for president and 
vice-president, j *. 

And so far as we Negroes are con- 


cerned, what has it offered us? The ^^as in power in Washington, virtually; 
Lcriicu, wii»i w-o supreme power. They made no effort 


same old promises, the same old soup 
warmed over, with a little luke-warm 
water ad<Icd. It bids for our support by 
coming out for a Free Employment 
Practice Committee and against the poll 
tax. 

But let its look at the record. The 
FEPC was saved for another year, not 
bv our "friends" the Republicans, but by 


in their platform are but idle words that for Presldoat ia Chicago aoxt Constitutlon^'w"bili*rve thanhe 

mean nothing. ' ; ^**^L^T',Jl^iJ^*^ **"^ 

Ti' u ij II .. *» --I. 4.^^ ,,.U-.- ,,,..,« I *• h"° admired tho Gororaor 

\\ e should like to ask, too, where were ,^ ^„, „„. j,„^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

our Republican "friends' during all the erer since pasting a week talk- 
vcars that the poll tax was developing? i"? wltl» Negro loaders ia Kow 
"- -^ . - . .. — Y9,jj city. Tho drive to twiag 

Nogro votes to tho BopublleaB 

Bomineo win bo carried out 

whether tho G O P cheesos 

Dowoy or not. Doaos tatd." 


dtixenthip ia tho aotiea; aa tianks" for the swell job your '"« struggle which we are per- 

oqual right to shoro ia Uio paper is doing on the home front sisteptly engaged in for a wider 

opportunlttes as woU at tho i^ printing the news. So keep fPPH^tion of freedom and truth 

rospoasibilities of tho aatioa. xi^ the good work **"■ *'^ ™*" regardless of race or 

In short, we must and^we will Jwe are having a tlnie -here in ^^ 

contmue to fight for the rights tjie company trying to see who I" this bitter battl 

of a full and unequivocal citizen- ij next to read the Eigle. 

ship guaranteed to every one /ssgt Benton Blakely, 

Somewhere in India. 


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to mako pottiblo to tho Amor- 
icwa ladiaa tho thiagt wlileir 
wo toy wo 0X0 fightia? for ir 
tho world, for tho world, thor* 
our fi^btiag wiU bo for th*' 
aiett part vala. If wo eoaac*. 
mako pooaiblo tho fonr froc- 
doms for the ^Imorieaa lBd:< 
oat, that wo soy, aad boliorr 
to bo botie to tho aow wori' 
order, thoa thoy are iaapoooibl ■ 
of achlovomoat with aar grea " 
oaywhoro. 
What minority individi--' 


For forty years the Republican Part}'; 


then to curb the poll tax, to prevent any 


majority of the voters (those who EJditor, California Eagle- 

SreThelSv i^vff L """i Now that the Tenth Annual 
t^fr vot«^f5 i ^ ""^.T^ Po»f* Show, "Koppers- Kapers" 
who h«ir th^ K^H-/'"*^i'*^u' hM come and gone, hiay ^ take 
who have the belief and the tftis opportunity of expresiinr 
Zl^K^ M**V*''* belief: that o^r gratitude for Uie tS^dous 
there should be no minority assistance that you have render- 
groups but that this nation will ed our cause through the med-= 
be strong only as it is welded iUm of publicity in ^your papeiv 
into a homogeneous people. A '"' 


, . , uTaiii oij j-»u i^v I X.. . »• - , " ,— -r-- .. We wish to assure you that we 

of the Other acts designed to rob us of I ^^'- ^'° ^°^} y"" *"i"*« that nation of Americans without the are sincerely thankful for your 

our ri»hf< 3 Wree Amencan citizens The ' T", 1 ^T,^ t^^ *^ ^''"'" "^^"""^^ racial distinction of color or help and that oiir beneficiaries 

our ngh« as tree Amer can citizen^ 1 ^e , ego? | The Negro voter no longer creed. No Italian, French, He- als^ participate in our feeelings. 

thirteenth, fourteenth, and tittecnth^ votes labels, and when you and brew, Negro or other appellation. We hope that you had the op- 

amendments were made a part of the: "thers talk of voting them wind- Only American. pbirtunity to witness our show. 

Constitution, it is true, but thev became ■l^Z^l!_'^f"';__.^lL*^l' the use. Yes. we know that many will and we shall yelco»e any com- 


there is 
much to commend out hope as 
tM forces of opposition-are made 
to realize daily that |there can 

be no final and lastiijig victory wouild engulf himself in a woi" 
unless it includes the twelve of make believe and seek soC" ' 
million Negro citizens! of these salvatk>n for himself separate' • 
United SUtes. from his group? To further ilh- 

, As wo eoatittoatiT doelaro trate. therefore, what alert a » 
this truth to mutt wo ore* socially wise group could hone] - 

ly seek liberation apart from f "* 
struggle of commOTi people ever;:- 
where? 

The American Indian was f •* 
first and natural citizen. It '-. 
owed to him an equal and rigl ^« , 
ful chance. to be a full parti- *- 
pant in the common life — ^< 
Witness with me ouir lack of nomicallyi socially, politicsii ' ■-. 
concern for di scrim in at ion and religiously. Therefore it "•! 
against Japanese and American that Negroes are eternally cr ■• 
IndiJths. If ever one would vin- demned to second class citizr . 


tpOB our oan to tho ifldor ap> 
pUeattoa of ent ehotoh priad- 
plo. Whoa wiU wo rooUao that 
wooto aot olOBO ia our oa> 
«loavor? How coa wo as a 
minority poopio oi^oet oc(ual* 
ity for eunolrot ualott it ap- 
plies to all racos? 


y\ 


, , , , , ^, ;Egot^m Is ingrained in some say, "What's the use?" The an- nienU from you as to improve- 

dead laws alrn^st as soon as they were j folksy swer is >= «in _ ■? yr 

adopted. The Republican Party .didj! r > worth the wnue without a strue- .- . „ ,. - .....:,.„ »u- *» - .. „^ 

_._ nothing at all to S?e that thev were en- ^J^f^,^ ^„ ^' '^'thout a fight, ah rell ! -Publicity Committee. states that cause could of itself the full program of equality . 

the Northern Democrats. In the vote for f^^^^j And. thev were not enforced. Our i ^°^«^ post-war - progress is up the stream 


obvious; Nothing is m^nts that we can make for ifext dicate injustice for oppression of ship as long as our efforts r 
le while without a strugyeV- i minority groups in the United unsympathetic and separate frr 


the naeasure to; appropriate $500,000 for 
ahother vear there were 23 Democrats 
and oniy".l5 Republicans who voted for 
it. Of course the 14 Senators who voted 


never exclude the American In- justice,' of itself can never c-i| 
dian. elude even those least. 


. , , , Two captains of the 99th easy to drift with the tide. It Editor, The Caljfomia Eagle: 

freedom was a treedom granted us on i Fighter Squadron, Negro vete- takes grit to keep going when '™* •^'^"^ Club and Junior 

pa peri onlv. What we have won today l rahs lof air cahjpaigns in Africa, the going is hard, but It is hard ^^^ '^ I^illips Temple C. M- E- 

we'have won through our own efforts. ! Sicn| ar^^ lt£ said onju^^ ::^ ^^^^'^^f !!^J^^ ^^nk^yoirKX^ :K ^'^l^'^o^^^nrih;!; ;;;;; ^^^. ^e^^i^iZh^^rf;'^ 


The American Indian has the MINORTTT LEADERSHIP IN V. 
most inferior status of any mi- Focused before the lens < 
rtority In our^wuntry. At wards minority persecution are Je ?* 


against it were Southern Democrats, but 
• ■ ' '^ "^ of our so-called 


they wepe joined by / 
Republican "friends." 


Not through any help of the Republi-j StJi^Sti"^'' ""* '^"''""" '"'""''"' ""' """ *^'*"^ '" 
cans. ' towafd post-whr improvement of 


Negro fightini men are lotting 
toward post-w4r improvement o; 
We have gained what we have be- 1 conditions for! their race. Cap 

cause at long last we have a real, friend j*|" ^^^?- «• paH. 23.^of Brazil 
, -^-r -^-1 r~^..^,^^r^ L -tir. .** TT^ J £ i -^ J iRd., told 3 ptess conference at 

In the state of New ^ork. Governor m the White House and a few friends : the Army Pufciic Relations Of- 

Dewey the GOP presidential candidate, in Congress; viz. Senator Claud Pepper - f ice, jthateh^ was "interested in 

killed the state permanent FEPC bill, of Florida , and Vito Macomtonio of ! the dpportunities the Negro win 

an act that will long be remembered as New York who believe in us, .who, be i ''^^^ '""/''^ ^*'"" 

a '^reme piece of political chicanery." Heve we are capable of making advance-! ^.a^^^--^^;^^^- 

The promise of the Republican rarty ment ourselves if we are given the means ■ commercial, but we an want as 

in the GOP platform for a permanent of making that advancement. They have I m a n y possibilities as we can 

FFPr can therefore mean but little. given us the tools, and we are proving i g^."JCaptainHaiisaid^ Hehoids 

rr.r«^ ca^i uiv,ii.i ■ * . . ..i x .. j ^u u S t .» the Distinguished Flying Cross. 

So far as the poll tax is concerned, on the battle front and on the home front; y ' 


the Republicans in Congress could so that we can and will conquer every ene-j to| 
-atiiv We heloed the Democrats of the my— racial discrimination, class discrim-j it see 


the man on the sideline, 
seems funny that every time 


easilv have helped the 

North in shutting o^^ , , . ,^ , ^^ ^ - - . .- r d -j »i."jv-- 

the U. S. Senate if they had wished to The administration of rresidentj ^,,^j^,,jg^4.qommunist That it is on 


N^^'h^^hutJingoff the filibuster in inanon, poverty^ ^disease, Uliterac^^_ fear.! ^^p^^ 


if it woro aot for tho forti 
tado aad tho oaorgy aad ua- 
teUith tocrifle* of our wemoa, 
this fight lor tho oliadaatiea 
of mlBOrity groapt, at »uA, 
would aot have progrootod so 
far at it has. Tho aoxt tow 
moaths will 'bo of groat im> 
portaaco to orory moa : aad 
wemoa la tho aatioa. It it to 
bo aopod that ovory maa cmd 
womaa of vettag ago, aad oa- 
titlod to aacorcdso tho right of 
fzoadilto. will rogistor oad 
mako thMasolvoo oligiblo to 
•mnito that right. Wo must 
aeoB w^L aot edono tho prom- 
Itet. bat tho boekgronad of 
eTor<y protpoptloo eaadidato. 
regardless of tho party l«tbA 


spflmsoring their hiaugufal event, action \s limited to the selfish ipinos, Indian*. Koreans. 1> 

Sunday, June ^, 1944. ' ] political decisions of a southern groes and other racial grou- i. 

• "The choir and the church were reactionary congress. Certainly Numerically speaking we are 11:2 , 

grfeatly, Inspired and a lai^e as- it i% that we as Negroes enjoy a largest unit; therefore it.'-ii 

semblage of people were bene- higher degree of citizenship than urgent that we take-the lead r-*j 


filed because of . this (Occasion, they. 


Agaiiv/we thank you and wish 
for you sincere success jn your 
endeavors. 

J-O-Y Club and Junior Choir, 
Virgie Williams and Rosa Cobbt, 
Supervisors. Rev. Lane C. Oea- 
•ves, , Minister, Phillips T^ple 

d M'. E. Church. I 

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"that suggestion was setzed on 
with avidity by any- nuinber <rf 
Republicans and many southern 
members of the Democrat psirty. 
The only drawback to the sug- 


At tho pntoat onz aiiUtoat 
HJIJL&P. it oagogod ia a gi- 
gnitic moBibofthip driro, gird- 
hjig our looot ior o tOBOWod 
dbaumd of tho fear fretdnmi. 
Bat doro wo stop with If ogroos; 
eoBBot ear ttmgglo bo ia fall 
koopiag with so aoblo a cop- 
tioa? It is ovidoat that wo eaa 
aot disrogord tho fact t|Mt la- 
diaas aro colorod. whotbor or 
aOt tftrtaia hoodwiakod iadi- 
▼iduolt a^aof thorn tUak tho 
eoatmy. ■' 
Mat(^ these Iraitort with those 


record that when the gestion was that it would make among us who betray the race 


An^n when the anti-poll tax bill was up Roosevelt has gone into the huts of the; wat Tthe charge made against ^GOFs were searching for a run- it too obvious that there was * *2«*J!^'hi!?^'!:^'^'ffiuiifr' 

do so, wncn rac <tiin p"" tu.. . j c .u •?»« Aioki.,,-. t ^..;c;o«^ Fnr* "Baker rlvW? worker in the nine mate for D*wey, that Con- palpable weakness in the ranks, petionty because of the illegitl-- 

f<,r debate. But did they do it? They deep South, '"^ Alabama Louisiana go^ Bak^n ^r S, its leadership. T mate blood which flows through 

did not. They voted instead with the Mississippi, and has taken ^egroes out i . ^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^ «[^ , suggested that the Re- But it goes to show t«t,the toeir frurt^ted veins^ 

_ . 1 .L . • __ii /• .L - 1 -_j ...1 u *«s .. ^» „,„ nartv draft Senator label can be stuck on the El*!- *«» AMEWCAM IMDi — 

We are 

global 

reodtng 

forcet us to look at our world at 

call Up this same measure again, pusb made men and women out of them. Itift6t,|see,aiiything for us Negroes in the power again. They are ; HIk _Ae|ideivil ^UJ^'^nJ^j'^ ^* ^ 

through the cloture that would shut off could have ^onc more a thousand times| , i . ,.^ . ^^^^ Tj^^nhUran ron- proinmng^Jesas all thing»^if_He Jfvpj|ild te,i,au<„^ md interradal to 

Unlimited debate, and have the bill more, if it had not been hintiered m^ [ . _ ^ 

p^sel: They have not done so. Th?v every move by the verv RepubHcans who jv^ntpon m Chicago 



should wish to do so, they could so easily worth they had never felt before. It ha$| 
call up this same measure again, push made men and women out of them. It| 
through the cloture that would shut j>f f could have^^one more^^thcnisan^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ 

' move bv the ver\ Republicans who I ventf on i" Chicago. Their wei..-^..^v.^ told the devil to get behind him. Wp P^^^''^^'"^'^^^,™ •^•; rejudicos 
^ii'not do so. They are siding with ouV now'profess to be our "good friends." [pror^iises arcjbut bids for the Negro vote. nHist^d<? likewise with ouir RepupU<ffH «« iho tmaiiort numoricai gi^Mipo S^Xn M^n^id? Ne^i 


Jncmics fronwthe South. Their promises No, as Wilikie Republicans we canjTheijr want f$ to help them to get into temjjieri 


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in opposition but for full equ- 
ity and justice. If America v H 
be saved from the Inevitable c'.e- 
feat of an arrogant "white ma-'T 
world" it I'es In the ttrength «* 
the excluded racial minor'. [• 
groups to with stay auch d'> 
aster, not for white men, bt^.-. 
for the highest hope of demc"!* * 
racy. ; .- 

W^ owe it to the ideals of f'S^- 
framers of the iinmortal CQnt"f> : - 
tution of our country, whetbt^ /f 
4hey meant it for ut or not 
Dotpito ovgnutut 9t 
with tfaooo who wonM 
or' Unit OTOB oao tmoll 
eoUoa e4 tho ConttitntiML tbr 
dottiay of tho Amorieo^Hogm. 
ttoloa from tho worm ahonr 
of mother Africa is to falfil' 
tho idoai of oarly Aaaorien-. 
pottioli. who dzoamod of c 
COTtatlrr ot^bUthod i^ob the 
tosott o< de iauMUt i t hoo g h 
thoy wofo, hUad to tho octool 
wldlb oad broadth at its 
grootor ronlm. 
Wait, decline* of dvillzatlor- 



inc ivcHuoii».«it »."»- bat bow down and worship bins; JeiSuS pUleatlopt of the war, why, tome shall continue until the worl 
. Their weak-kneed ^„,^ ^^^ ^^-i t^ tr^t h^^hinA htm Wi way "k. should we stop to ana- someday becomes bigger than i- 

.' V lyze th« ttttus of the Indian, one prejudices. Peace shall on?-* 


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• . |i 1409 E. Vernpn, at Ascot 
y\'' MV. $. D. RICHARDSON, Partor h ^ . 

Wip'jnrite you, and your friends to hear our paster in a 
series of sermons, "Lost and Found." ) 

A church that serves the people, and a pastor that 
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2826 So. 8aa Pedro Steeei 


SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

Come all ye that thirst! You are going to 
. have a chance to drink of the Wisdom and 
Power of the Word of God, with Rev. Ora 
Cannon of St. Louis, Mo., a Gospel 
Preacher, a Phophetess of God, and one 
who sees, understands and knows. Come 
hear the Holy Ghost Gospel, ask questions, 
get Spiritual help and enjoy God blessed- 
ness. " ; "* 


EVERYBODY WELCOME 

Phone AD. 1-5415 


REyJ CHARLES BURKE, PASTOR 


Bowen Memorial Methodist Giureh 

(Formerly Bethel-Trinity Methodist Church! 
East 36th and Trinity Streets 

. SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

Order of Sunday Services: 
9:30 A. M.-r-Church SchooL 
11:00 A. M.— Worship. 
7:00 P. M.— Good News Hour. 

Why not plan to worship with us Sunday in the splendid 
rdigious atmosphere afforded at Bowen Church. We em- 
phasize good music and sermons to meet your daily needs. 
Servicee end promptly at 12:30 p. m. and 8:00 p. m. respec- 
tivdy. 

"A NEW CHURCH FOR A NEW DAY" 
Scmilton T. Boswell, Minister Phone AD. 3718 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF TRUTH 

4426 Souih Avilen llvd. 
Rev. B*IU R. Htmilten, Founder «iid Peiter 

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

10:00 A. Mv— Sunday SchooL -.- 

11:00 A.M. — Morning Worship. 

7:00 P. M — ^Bible Union. 

8:00 P.M.— Service and Divine Healing. 

8:00 P. M— Thursday Service. 

Our Motto Is: Helpfulness. 
BANQUET AND MUSICALE, THURSDAY, JULY 13,1944. 
' at 8:00 P. M., AT SOJOURNER TRUTH HOME, 1119 
EAST ADAMS BLVD. 


Galilee Missionary Baptist Church 

^- 4374 Ascot Ave. * 

Phone AD. 0820 

REV. S. B. FRANKLIN, Pastor 

ORDER OP SERVICE 

9:30 A. M.— Sunday SchooL 
11:00 A. M.— Sermon —Pastor. 
6:00 P. M.— B. T. U. 
7:30 P. M.— Evening Service. 

If you are without a Church Home, a cordial welcome 
awaits you at Galilee Baptist Church. 


9:30 
11:00 


6:00 
7:00 


ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH 

4903 Lens B«ach AvcaiM 
C Mdrid Cartn^, Minister 

. SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

m. — Church School, "Mist J. Jackson, Sopt. 
m.^-Morning Worship. "Broken Things." 

Sermon by Rev. C Melrid Carter, Minister. 
Holy Communion, 
m.— A. C. E. League, Mrs. Evangeline Holmes, 
m. — Evening Worship. 
Wednesday Night Class and Evangelistic Service. 
WORSHIP WITH US REGULARLY 


AVALON CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

< 43rd (4272) Avelon Blvd. 

BAXTER CARROLL DUKE, Minister 
SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

9:30 A. M.— Church scho<^ Coy Chatman, Supt 
11:00 A. M. — Sermon. 

TM P.M.— Vesper Hour 
Wedoesday, 7:30 to 8:30— Weekly larayer meeting. 

Tlie Church Famous for Service to AH— 7 Days a Wedt 


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HARHOKY lAPTIST CHUItCH 

Sn EL ttnd STREET 

the Frien<Sty Churdi Ajound the Comer* 
REV. C ALLEN HEMPHILU PASTQR 


Sunday School — 9:45 ajs. 


Morning Worship 
SoTOon 


.11:30 ajn. 
Service— 7:30 pjn. 


B. X. F. U.; .5:30 pjs. Evangdistic 

Tuesday night, Mission Society, 8 pan. 
&fld-week Service, Wednesday Ni^t, 7:30 pjB. 
' Friday night, 8 pjn.. Choir Reheajial. 

Iliero Is HarmtHiy all aimmd yoo ■< tbis Cbmeh. 


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ilETHODIST CHURCH 

. East 18th and Naomi Avenue 
is. M. BEANE, D.D., PASTOR 


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SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 


9:30 AJiL— Church School, Prof. C L. Easm, Supt 
U.'OO AJi(<— Morning Wor^p and Sermon, Pastor. Subject:' 
|. i "Happy in the Way." 

' 6:00 PJkS.— Methodist. Youth Fellowship Inspirational ting- 
ing—Helpful Discufsions. 
7:30 P3f.— Special Service Hoitoring Service men. Relatives 
. are guots of honor.l Ca^ Moses with toi montlut 

I I ' ' - of-Service in New Guinea will be guest speaker. 
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The Bev. B. W. Hayden,|p«stor 
vA Metn^ott^ Coni^aiiity 
Oiurch of I&miogluuii ABk, 
will iffeslde ovor fte Sc^iwn 
Begrion of tbe Cooncil of Com- 
munity and. loderiaidenf 
Churches which eom^les <« 
July 2«^ witit flie C!M<!lier 
Memralal Comnranlty 0iiirdi 
in Nasbviae, Xeon., the Bev. i- 
N. Cmtdier, pastor. Bepresen- 
taflves are expected tro^ both 
northern and central re|i<His. 


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Irapn>T« 7onr Mpewsnee. Fjr ■trw. 
trtunnir. attTSftiTeiKM wear Bin Boji 
Attadnneat. Prim fX.», BOc eKtn for 
mil hair. If C.OJ>. poslaf* extra. 
W« nwvir W1ct> BraMv SwltcbM, 
Bolw, Corbi. 

wHt« jtahostai. hair compasv 

ZS4 Weat 13Stk IMrcet, »w >Tsrfc, 3* 

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sy ^d. Mi<^Mla4 IHm Jose's €tSi&. 
hood airafitiieart, comes after hinsL 
in the mountains to the camp of 
the band of gypsy 'stragglers 
whom he and Caijnen have 
joined. ^ Micaela pleads with him 
to go back to see His mother who 
Is^Sing. As he leaves with 
Micatia, the boastful song^ of the 
.t<»«adpr wid ofthe love-sick Don 
Jose, decides to follow him. The 
jday of the gseat bull fight. Car- 
men comes to the arena with the 
famous toreador. As sh6 is about 
to enter the arena, Don Jose ap- 
pears, haggard and worn. Fran- 
tic and made with jealousy over^ 
losing her,. he begs Carmen to 
retunt to him. Carmen refuses, 
tells him that it is the end. The 
desperate Don Joe stabs her to 
deatii rather than let any other 
n^ny take her, and Carmen dies 
as the crowd in the; arena behind 
them clipers toe brave* Escamillo 
as their hefrof 

Featured in the singing roles 
will be Marguerites Chapman as 
Carmen; JoiBephine Cooper will j 


Lecture Jle^jkalf At 

A Lecture Sedtalj basedlupon 
the dramatic ezpettences «f dz 
great women of jtbe^Bible will be 
piesented by Gface'Su^ it the 
Unit A.MJS. Chjoidl. 801 Tbwne 


Fired with the detenninatipD 
to prdtoit the best in mi^cal 
Ut^tttre to members of bur 
(tommiini^, , the People's Inde- 
pendent Cltnrch |>f CJirist De- 
partmeiht of Music in its Second 
Annual Music Festival presents 
George^ Bizet's popular opera, 
"Carman," in concertized form, 
on TUirs^^ evenhig, July 13; 
at 8:3l^p.m.iin the Church ^udi- 
toriumJ'lSth and Paloma'streets. 

NotaMe among the many fine 
past presentations of the Cathe- 
dral Qloir have been Rossini's 
"Stabat Mater":'Dubois' •^5ev«i 
Lost Words"; Handel's immortal 
"Messiah"; and recently Mendels- 
sohn's "laijah." This perfoerm- 
aiice o| "CiaSbnen" is the first at- 
tibipt kt Grand C^ra in this 
vidnity; 

The story is I^^d in Seville, 
S|>ain, land Carmen is a seduc- 
tive, temp^ramtental gypsy girl 
wno worlcs in a cigarette fac- 
tory. After a fight with one of 
tl^ girls in the factory, Carmen 
flirts with Don Jose, a i corporal 
oi the Guard of Dragopns, who 

lias her imder arrest aid tempts - ^ ^. ^ ^ ,. ,«;u v..„ ^v,»«^, «.,,,„». .^fcr=„,vi*.B 

him to desert his company and g^„ Jomfort^^Lthe P^^^^^ 

flee with her. WhUe awaitingt^=»<»^***^^<'' Wathea Jones, the • >^ 


the arrival of Don Jose in the 


nien nieets the dashing bull 
fighter,; Escaihillo, who has Just 
return^ from triumphs in Gra- 
nada and who makes a lasting 
iqipression upon the willful gyp- 



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THORbUGft ii4EWS AN/IYSIS BY,EXPEBTS7 
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CAREFUL CHBCK ON NEWS FOR ACCUKACY i 


(^*, Norway Sttxt, 

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An Meftationifl; D, uly, Niwtp«per 
Publiihtd hj T|« ChriKiui s4*ac* Publiihiac Sedtif 

n — KT 1. Cjjjjj^ Bo«on IJ, Mu>achu4«ta ^ 

a Y<iar, or fl.00 a Month 
ig Magazine Scctron, ^2-60 a Year 
' Saturday Imuc* 23 Cents 


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.„^, 102 [East 46th street 
REV. ^ A. ANDERSON, Pastor 

SUNDAY, JUL^$,'1^4^lif 


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9:90— 5nhdky ScliobL 
U:<»-Monang WondU>-^i|tev.[AB4<BB|W». 
■,]^:3fll-JSwS|ng Servioift ^ ;^-i^H^-?..;-4i(^. 

€X)ME AND ERTJOt "A G^EST SMtCTtJAL 
MESSING WriH US 


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1444 YfBTSMfc PLACE jt 


Be Chvtr^ 


Miss Bush has beeh heard ih sim- 
ilar recitals not only in the larg- 
est churches of Southefm Califor- 
nia b^t in New York, Chicago, 


SrS'S'^eS^S^S 1-*^ ^- metx6polWn centlni 


Gypsy Mercedes; Gladys Dent, 


Irical tavern of LUlas Pastia, Cat^ ^Z.F^^Kr^'^f Frasquita; and 


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Institute of Thcm^jht Control, Inc. 

1000 E. 4&1ii StKcfr 
CE. 2-1479 
Jeancaricar J. O a wit , MsJL T.C.S. 


Rev. 


9:00 a. 
11:00 a. 


2.4 p. 
8:00 p. 



and 


Order of ScrvM* 

I..;...... Daily Mtditatien 

..fheught (.ontrol Clinic 

....^...^....L... ....^.Science and Healing 

....4»..—Weaneiday, Cosmic Attunemi^t 
Persona Cpui^cl. 


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Faithful Central BapM^t ChinM^ 

40TH PLACE AMD l»ALoi4A STI^ET < 

DR. |<. C. GAPERS, faitor : 
REV. ARNETtl WUJUAMS, Assistant Pastor 

ORI^ER 6f services 

Sunday School, 4:30 A. K* 
Evangelical Houe, 10:0( 
Morning Service,! 11:00 A 
B. Y. P. U., 6:00; P. M, 
Evening Service, 7:30 l|. M, 



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WilUam Valentine, the Dragoon 
:^uniga. Albert John McNeil will 
direct the entire ptt>duction, as- 
sisted by Fannie Evelyn Benja- 
min. Robert Henry will be at the 
pi aii o. Gwendolyn Valentine- 
^lano. Dorothya McNeil and Le- 
roy "Jennings will narrate. Gwen- 
doilyjn Valentine- Sanders is in 
charge of Publicity. 

AH seats are reserved. Patron 
reservations must be in by July 
6 Information may be received 
by calling PRospect 7-9633, Rich-, 
mond 1309, or CEntury 2-5825. 


TEMPLE OF 
HOLY 



DOIII7 B^ME 60P1 


Are perienal or family pioblema worrying ye.uf Ara you In deM? Do 
you need money? If th*^ problnne, far any Ilka them, are worrying 
you. then here la glorloua Tnewc of help for ypul 

Thie astounding meeeag* will be en It^ way: to you Juet aa aoonaa we 
hear from you. Juet your name and addraiajte NEW LIFE FELLOW- 
SHIP, Box 0-1429, HeMy|woed, Oallfofnla. B* rarlt te print or writt 
plainly. , 'J I i ■ r 


Mt. Vernon fihurth of 6od in Christ 

« . 5421 SMrth C«ii|ral AvtM« 
SUNDAY, 4ulV VI 944 


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9:30 a. m.. 
12:00 noon 
5:30 p. m......n...u.ra.L.i 

7:30 p. m. ;....„„„....|.., 

Services regularly each| Tue 


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Sunday School 
Service 

flea— 4»— •■*»•■— —■ — ■■•• ■ "• ■ • ** a VV • 

Evening Service 
irhuraday and Friday nights.. 

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rerpadiojStat^on KfOX 


Res. Phone: AD. 13824 | 


B«v. |C T.Amea, lOilister 


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drarcb Phone: AD; 94M 


The. Temple of tfte. Holy Naza- 
rene Is lotated at 1139 East 51st 
Street with D. J. J. Masters, 
leader and founder, whose 
native land Is in India. 

The members and 'friends of 
D. J. J. Masters will give a 
birthday party in his honbr on 
the 15th of July at 8:00 p.m.. 
There will be music and refresh- 
ments served free. The orchestra 
will play. The public is cordially 
invited to attend. j . 

Since Dr. Masters has befen in 
this state, he has accompi&hed 
much toward helping the" people 
and has built up a very large 
following for the Short time he 
bas been .here; ■'' • I H ■ 

Services are held leach Sutiday, 
as follows: Sunday; School, 9:30 
a.m.:; Sunday ^morning devotion, 
11:30 o'clock; everting devotion 
at 7:30 o'clock, with messages. 
Tuesday, jt 7:30 pjn. the Circle 
meets, |ind ftiday night seijvipes 
are held at 7:30 o'tfelock. I 

SPECIAL NOTICE: There will 
be a inusical progpim Sunday, 
July 23, 1944, at 3:00 p.m. TTiree 
prizes wil be given away. There 
will also be guest speakers and 
lectures and messages. ' 

The public is cordially invited 
to all services. 

Dr. J. J. Masters, pkstor; Mau- 
rice Carter, reporter. — ^Advertise- 


of Los Angeleis, its president 
stated that she had never before 
li%ard the Bible so beautifully set 
forth and so intjerestiqgly prsen- 
ted as in this iredtal by Miss 
Bush. The lecturle is illustrated 
with original sOngs which will 
be presented, by Miss Grace 
Brew«, lyric soprano, who for 
nine years toured ttie United 
States and Canada in concert aqd 
opera. Lovers of music and the 
literature of the Bible will find 
this al rare occasion. ! 


Baha'i World Faith 

1907 Weet 8th Street at B«aeen 

■JTHE UNIVERSITY OF THE 

BAHA'I FAITH" 

_ Willarjl P. Match, epeaker 

Sunday Jiily 2 s p.m. 

No Admlisieo Fee. No Collection 

Radio Series, Sundays, 7:45-8 d. m. 

KEOX 


DANISH CHURCH 
RUMMAGE SALE 

Friday and Saturday 

JUNE 30 AND JULY 1 
2223 CENTRAL AVENUE / 


TWENTY-NIMTH 

CHURCH OF tHRiST 

SCIENTIST 

1316 East 46th Street 

Chrlttian Science aervieaa are 
held on Sunday a^ 11 a.m. 

Wedneeday evening meetlngi, In- 
clude teatimonlaU of Christian Sci- 
ence healing, held at 8 p.m. 

Sunday, School held at 9:30 «.m. 
for pupils Up ot 20 years of ag*. ' 

Reading Room <>pen dally from S 
dlys."'"'" '"*'" ^"'"** •"* *?»"• 
..^'Lf * Vfl'ljyl Invited to attend 
Rm.J!*'"^"** *"*• |"»'t our Reading 


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REV. JOHN \y. KiN6, PaaUw -r:^M,- . 

SUNDAY; JUlY]^;:j^-^^l-^f43Syf :::.-.:" ■. 

-9:45 A. M—Sunday S<aiooL Rev. W. B. BuUer, Sai*.^^.i'|i|; > . 

11:30 A. M.-rSennon, Rev. John iOng.^^^ _ :r .<^-;^l"v.t' 

7:00 P. M.— Sermon and Gospel Sing«M^' --ff. \*,' i-.;'^^^\ ^ 

Our Motto- is "TO EEEIiP <yi^E3lS" - - -ti;, k: 


Rose of Sharon Missionarj |[ 
Baptist Ghurclii-, J :^^ 

Dewatewn in Brenxevitle ., 
233 East 2nd Street , 


9:30 A. M— Sunday SchooL 
11:00 A. M-^-Sermon by the Pastor. r^ -v* 

5:00 P. M.— Brothertiood ^Meeting. 

6:00 KM.— B. Y. P. U. Meeting .. ■' 

'7:45 P. M.— Sermon by the Bi^^or. I- ■ <■ 
The public is cordially iov|ted is attend in 

BEV. G. B. BALLABX, 
Beaideaoe: 1450^1 E. Mtfa Street 


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MM &uA Flrat street 

BEV. J. S. PETEBSON, Pastor 

ANgekia 4007 

Ord«r of Sorvlcea: 

SUND/^Y, JULY 9,4944 

9:30 A. M.— Sunday SchooL ' . -. 

10:45 A.M. — ^Devotionals. 
11:00 Ai M. — Morning Worship. ^ 

6:00 P. M.— Baptist Training Union. ' 

'^- Come enjoy a spiritual feasL 


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11:00:*. 
Pastor 

Tuesday, 
7:15 p. 


St. Stephens AJV1.E. Qiurch 

4S6 Crocker Street 

(Between 4th and 5th Street^ 

Loa Angeles, Calif. 

REV^. B. ALBERT BEAUCHAMP, Minister 

EVANGILIST 6UDYS RALSTON, Aj$t. Minister 

t. I SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944^^: ^^ 

m. — Church School. 

m.— SERVICE. 

will, bring the messasc mornilig *nd 

Mid-w««k 

7:30 p. m.— Prayer and el*«$ meeting 

m.— Evening Worship. - 


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BISHOP CLAYBORN EXPECTED 

Bishop Clayborn of Little Roch;, 
Arki, elected at the recent Gen- 
eral Conference of the A.M.E. 
Church in Philadelphia, arid as- f 
signed to supervise the wcfflc of 
the church in West Africa, is ex- 
pected to arrive in Los Angela 
this week-end. 

Dr. Frederick D. Jordan, pastor 
Of the First A.M.E. Church, stated 
that Bishop Clayborn would 
spend two or three weeks in Sou- 
thern California stimulating int- 
erest in and organizing support 
for tiie Missionary field to which 
he is assigned. Engagements for 
his services are being arranged 
through the First AJM.E. Church. 


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Evangelist '|ub Smkh 

SONPAY, JULY 

9:30' A: M.— SuiuliQr School. ' 
11:00 P.M.— Mcxming Wor^Mli. 
* 8:00 P.M.— EvCTingWor^p. 
AQd-Wedc Setvieea— Tdleaday, 8:t)0 


of tha Commtmity 
t^erantfia. Founder ' 


WatUns 


Thtmiday, 8:00 P. 

U«afa« ,Tke^^ ; fmUi kmA 

Xeitaiile Pbone 


P. lit— Sister 

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YOU 


Semeene Is Mere LeB«il«iBe Iban' Tan 

JOIM TAYLOl'i Itlta WRitlNe 

SERVICI— FOR INrORMATIOH 

SMd ronr name aod'addrrM to B. C. 
Teyfc.r, % TaTlor'i letter Writiac 
*trTl«. 36*C^ Indlaw Ave., CUcei^ 
Ulinais. 

rat FdU iBstractiem >ad Sveedr Beplr 
EMloie l^ hi OotaT^ / 


Sunlit WayfTruti^ 


^' 1021 Ent^Sth street 

Rev. Meybcl U Oliver, 
f«ttor isiid Handti 

9:30 A. Mv— Sunday SchooL 
11:00a. M.— Sermon by the 
-.'vPastor. '. ■■ ! 

7J00^«». M.-^Wedj^esday-C 
Prayer Meeting. 

12:00 P. M— Thursday— Noon- 
day SUeitce. 


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E.makc it our PERSONAjLiRESPONSIBlLKFY- 
to tike over *verydM of If uncrar procedure. 
]!'ro|h! arraiigcmcnte for religious services to transport-' 
tionjof the^' deceased from or to a distant city,, our patroni 
inayi be assured that everything will be done flawlessly 
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MAGNOLU BAPTIST CHURCH 

21« last 31tt StoMt I 

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II R«T. H. C CorncilM, Patter 

9:30 "(1. m.— Sunday School, Sister T. Scott, Supt. 
11:00 a. m.^-4^ornmg Service. Sermon by Paster. 
6:30 p. m.r'B. Y. !p. U. Deacon Lee Cole, Pres. 
7;30 p.m.— Evening Service. 


Motto: "Make a Joyful iVou* Unto th$ LortT 
—100th Pndnu 


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UGHTHOUSE FULL GOSPEL 
RESCUE MISSION 

2126 South CentrmI Avenm 
ORDER OF SERVia 

Sunday: 

1 1 :00 «. m..— Morning Worthip 
3:00 p. m, — Fellowship Service ^^ 
7:30 p. m.— EvAjigelisiic Service 
Tuesday: I 

1:00 p.m.'^Prayer Mating. 
7:30 p.m. — Young Peoples Meeting. 
Thursday: 

7:30 p.m..^Evening Worship. 
Friday: , 

1 :00 p.m.— Prayer Meeting. 
Bro*dc«st each Saturday^ morning, 9:15 lo 9:30 over 
Radio Station KWKW (1430 on your dial). 

SISTER LEORA McCLANAHAN, PASTOR- 


LIBERTY SPIRITUAL TEMPLE 

S514 So. Central Avt. 

Services open at 8:00 p.m. virith Water Healing. 

Friday night service begins at 8:00 p.m. Please 

be en time. 

NEW DEVELOPING CLASSES OPEN ON TUESDAY NITES 

Watch tUa piper for the Temple's New name. 
RiY. H. L MORGAN, PASTOR 


SECOIVD 
BAPTIST CmiRCH 


24th at Gfif f ith Ave. 


T»fi Wf. J. RAYMOND HINDIRSON. S. T- M.. Mhiifier 


SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 


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11:00 A,M.— "What a Debt-Free Church Can Oo? 
. 4:00 P.M. — Report on National S. S. and B.T. U. Con- 
gress, by Mrs. Marguerite Moore. 

EXTRA! NEXT SUNDAY. | 

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."^ 

Worship with us. Testimohial meeting, 11-11:30 a.m. 


AlZUSA PENTECOSTAL TEMPLE 

1001 Eart 27«h Street 
Pheac: ADams 12412 

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 . 
ORDER OF SERVICES 

9:45 A. M.— Sunday SchooL : 

11:00 A. M.— Preaching. 

Beeliming Sunday, April 9th at 3:00 P. M.. EvangeUsts Insbrie 
and Bruce wUl conduct a. revival at Azus* Peniecostal 
Temple, 1061 East 27th Street, Los Angeles, Calit 
Prayer me*ting every day at 12:00 o'clock noon. 
Preaching every night at 7":30 p. ni. 
8:00 P.M.— Wednesday and Friday— Services. 
, Prasec nieetlng Tuesday and Friday, 12 noon to 2 p. m. 
■ - MOTHER COTTON, Pastor 


CHRISTL\JV CHURCH 
The Disciples of Christ Church 

1001 E. 28tli Street (at Paiema) 

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

10:00 A. M.— Bible SchooL 
10:43 A.M. — Organ. 
11:00 A.M. — Sermon. 
«:00 P. M.— Youth Meeting. 

WALTER J. BRYANT, Minister 


Basso M T. 1^ney 
Acclaimed For The 
Range Of His Voice 



SeOi T. Toney 

Seth Thedford Toney, Basso 
Profundo, is appearing in a series 
of benefit performances here in 
the "City of the Angels." He is 
being enthusiastically acclaimed 
as an artist with very rare vocal 
talent, capabilities, and promise. 
With an extreme range of three 
octaves, his voice, unusually 

rich in overtones, lends itself to 
the provocative and emotional 
spirituals so expressive of the 
hopeful though oppressed peo- 
ples of the earth, as well as to 
the rendition of the interpretive 
operatic, or to the enlivening 



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The Hev, B. W. Wade, pastor, 
jb^achjed his fint senoon after 


fetnrn^K. from the 
^aptlst Sunday Sdiool 
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National 

and OTU 

Binningham, Ala., 

morning at Pilgrim 

, 45tli and Wa«&- 

were added to the 


i ZION TEMPLE 

BEV. GEBALDtNK O'CONNOR, PASTOR.. 
1S15 E. Vernon Avenue 

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 

9:30 A. M.— Sunday School. Bro. Nesby, Supervisor. 
11:00 A.M.— Sermon by Pastor: "What Must I Do to Be 

Saved?" 
6:30 P.M.— Forum. Subject: "Post War Woman. _^ 

7:30 P. M.— Sermon: "All Things Are Ready. Come. —By 

Pastor. Divine Healing. All Are welcome. 
James 5:15— "And the prayer of faith shall save the side and 
the Lord shall raise hi|i up." 


jtast a 
paptl 
worth. jFi" 
■inemb^l 

^ At nlihtj the icongrefcatkn at' 
tended Fitat Sti«et Bn>tU^ of 
ivhich ithaj Rev.i L. B. Brown Is 
pastor I wh^ the baccalaureate 
6ermori was {H-eached to the 
graduajtina class of Providence 
Baptist Institute by the Kev. J. 
D. Gorjlon.! Rev.i Mr. Wa^e was 
among tholse w|jo recfeived de- 
grees. I '1 '■:..-■- 
: The youiig women of Pilgrim 
will meet' today (Thursday). 

Gie pr^Idejnt is asking all mem- 
rs toi be i present - 

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Ltingi popular ballads 
yesterday. 

Ever iritifcal of himself, this six 
feet and f^ve Inches of Texas 
bianhood is, at i present and for 
the pasf year, under the tutelage 
of Valdmaif Bai^e who is him- 
self an {opera stjtr and interested 
Instructor of loiig standing, and 
Mr. J. A. Gjray <^ the Gray Con- 
aervatojry of Music. It is reported 
that certaih musical directors of 
the major moving picture pro 
duction" studios have established 
Contact with Mr, Toney 

He and liis wife — herself a 
singer ^f repute — Mrs. ^emandra 
B. Toney, may be heard'ccrrently 
at Ne\kr Kope baptist- Chuj^h, 
Rev. A. i Lively, Pastor, the church 
pf theii' membership and where 
they seirve in th^ choir. 
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FIRST A. M. E. CHURCH 

KENSINGTON AT NORTH VERNON AvI. 
PASADENA. c|aUFOR(NIA If ^ 


SUNDAY, JU|.Y 9, 

JONATHAN A. DkMES, 


6.30 a.m. — War Mothers' Prayef Service, ^rs. Thelma Blake, 
" Leader. 


Rev. 
perry, 


9:30 a.m.— Sunday School, Johrt R. W|igh^, 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship; Sermon; 
5:30 p.m.— A. C. E. League — Patsy 

Rebecca Wright, Jr. High iPrei, 

WEDNESDAY MID-WEEK PRAYER AND 
ING, 7:00 P. M. Qass} night 
Krys, leader, Thursday, iS^.OO P 
conducted by Pastor Da|nes. 


for 
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1944 

canister 


"the 


, Supt 

.J. ^. Dames. 
, Srj High Pres.; 


CLASS meet- 
No. 10, Sis.'M. E. 
Bible study Class 
Jes^ the! Son of God." 


EMMANUEL A. |VI. E. 

52nd Jkid Compten Avenue 
REY. WILLIAM J.CONQUESTi Miniister 


CHURCH 


SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1 

9:45 — Sunday School. 
1 1 :00 — Stert oF Revival, Sister[ E. Ttlom^ 


son. 


Pastor will preach Morning Ind ('light 





St. John's Methodist Church 

CENTURY & WILMihGjrON 
J. J: HICKSj MirjisiLr 
6:00 a. m. — Sunrise l*ray<r Serviot 
9:30 a. m. — Church iicho^l i 
11:00 a. m. — Morning |Woij$hi|> 
3:30 p. m. — Mortgagb Bijrniihg 
7:30 p. m. — Evening Worihip 


WADSWORTH S. ID. 



AJCHjURCH 


40TH PLACE AT WADSWORTH 
FRANK L PETERSEN; MIN STER 

SABBATH, JuLy 8, 1<>44 

9:30 A. M — Sabbath School.. MrsI Minnie IlcCawjSupt 
11:00 A.M.— Sermon by Elder J. |l. Canpbell. . 
4:30 P.M.— Youth Meeting. I 


PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT 
CHURCH OF CHRIS 

1025 E. 18th Street • Lot Ant^Ba, Ga^oniik 
CLAYTON D. RUS^LL, MlHlSTERJ 
"The Church That Serviced' \ 

BroadcMt: 'The Vtsltor^-BvnT 9aiidivlO:U to It 
Community! Service j 


:4S. KFOX 


Sunset Avenue S. D. A. Church 

SwMtl a«d Npp«r, P«m4«m 

f ' SYcamore 7-92S3 

OWEN A. TROY, MINISTER 
SABBATH, JULY 8, 1944 

lOKK) A. M.— Sabbath School for Adults and Cailldren. 
11:30 A.M.— Sermon. 
3:3p,F.M.— Youth Program. 

THE SWrarr CHAHIOT HOUR 
' KPASi-iBvery S»tnr*»y, 6:30-1:00 p. »;— S^cf.„ » 
{111« kyea.) <!"• *y**-' 

A wiieoMi AWAin Yoy 



Fi«e Employment Service ind Information iBureau 
i ■ PR. Bsis \ J I 

Daily Froni 8:00 a. in. to iZ:OC p. m. 
Miss Rosetta Daliris, Mtn^ser ' 
Commissary Department for Discarded Clothing 

-PR. 79|33 
Open Monday from 11:0l|) a. nj. t< 3:O0| p. iri. 
Mrs. A. Dorri^ Manjisei 
Home (or Beyt-4AD«nii 0728 

. Mr. Fr«ivk R«ndelph, 


SUNDAY, JULY 2, 


ORPOt OF SERVKpES 
9:00 A. M.— Bible SchooL 
10:15-10:45 A. M.— Broadcast foif sick a^ a^ut- 
6:30 P. M.— Evening Service. 


U:00 A. M.— Sermon, Rev. Clayi)n D. Uusa|eIL 


For inlonnation call Ruth Fowler, 


L<iLS»iiiai,'i. 




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When he left town two months 
ago, he was the Rev. J. Raymond 
Henderson, when he returned, he 
wax Dr. Henderson, for his alma 
mater, Virginia Union University 
at Richmond, Va., coi^f erred the 



; Or. jF. B. Henderson 

doctorate of divinity degree upon 
him for meritorious service at 
the Jtme commencement. In con- 
ferring the degree teh tmfversity 
said: 

"He was graduated from Way-, 
land Academy of Virginia Uriion 
University in 1920'; from the col- 
lege department with the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts in .1924. Aft- 
erwards he was awarded the, de- 
gree of Bachelor of Divinity by 
the Oberlin School of Religion 
and Master ot Sacred Theology 
by the Andover Ne^vtbn Theologi- 
cal school, feefore, going to his 
present field he was pastor of 
leading churches i^ Philadelphia, 
Charleston, W. Vaj, Atlanta, Ga., 
and New RochelleJ N. Y. He has 
won fresh laurels as pastor of 
the Second Baptist Churchi of 
Los Angeles. He is an inspiring 
preacher and a progressive pas- 
tor wl» challenges his people to 
"imdertake great things for God" 
and "do it now." His. name has 
gone out in all the land as one 
in whose pastorates church debts 
"flee away." In him the cause 
of the oppressed finds a champ- 
ion and every movement for ra- 
cial uplift and advance a friend. 
He is a past-president of the 


Israel Missionary 
Baptist Church News 



Bev. Higdoii 

The delegates to the National 
BTU and Sunday School Con- 
gress have returned after a very 
enlightening trip. Sunday mphi- 
ing the pastor, the Hey. H; i D. 
Higdon, will speak on "What; is 
the Purpose of Your Heart?" 

Sunday night, the old favorite 
of christians, "Dry Bohes," will 
reach the ears of Israelites and 
friends. ; 

Sunday afternoon, Jiily 16, |at 
3:30 1 the Intermediate Gospel 
Chorus, directed by Eugene 
Smallwood, is being presented 
by the senior choir. 

The welcome mat is always 
out at Israel Missionary Baptist 
Church at 4501 Compton^ avenue. 
— ^Advertisement. 


TEMPLE BAPTIST CHORCH 

There were many visitors at 
Sunday school last week. Morn- 
ing services were well atfended. 
The pastor preached,; from the 
subject "Be Srtong and of Good 
Courage," based on Deut 31:6 
Mrs. S. L. Fleming, S. S. super- 
intendent, left for Texas. The 
church gave her a gift for her 
trip. Pastor Holt is vacationing 
in Imeprial Valley. He reports Jiis 
heakh much improved. 




Tiiree CHuf^ 
Mii»ieal 

pjdilips Temple CtCE! (^urbk 
Gci and WiMbiv^tii^|y«a<ue, b 
vites you 4o a miti^l>ph>gram 
w^cfa - will> f«abQ« th* Mount 
!S<^ Bis^ .lifanlMu^ GMJpel 
l^goa; the New-'Si^ Baj^ist 
Ch<>ir, and tbe Ifiniiing Star 
Foiir, at S o'clock sharp ths even 
nMg <rf July 7. Mrs. Leolla Mar 
tin, will also render an ormn 
spiritual. This musical plroignua 
is for the building fund of Uie 
chirir loft. Mrs. Frances Pierce 
wiU act as mistress of cf r«)pn 
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Bettj^ Johnson is chain hanl of 
the program committee; pev. 
C Cleaves, mjinister, 




Thunday, July 4, 1944- 


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UNION S9IIUTUXLIST 1SI NGIBS 

The Union Spiritual Qliartftte 
of Pasadena will be featured 
every night for one weejc iii a 
gospel feast, beginning Monday, 
July. 10, 1944, 8:00 p.m., at Brown 
Temple A.M.E. Zion Churtjh, 1201 
East 43rd Street. 

Hear these singers. Th4y will 
fill your soul. The pu"bliclis cor- 
dially invited. Rev. M. McJ^augh- 
lin^ psator. — Adverti^ment 


Aliinml Association of the «ni 
versity. Unless too far r^mo^ed 
from the city to attend, he has 
been a " regular visitor at com- 
mencement He is an oiwstahd- 
ing supporter in word and deed 
of Anion's cause." ] 

A great audience greetM ^tm 
lasj: Sunday. A much larger at- 
tenidance is expected Surnday 
whien he delivers his message, 
"What a Debt-Free - Ghurtth Can 
Doi" I 

Services will be f eatui^ by 
testimony for one half hour ior 
the! next six weeks. Visitirs are 
Invitedf Newcomers- to tire 


EbiU^ Temple C; M. E^ Ouirch 

''"", r.|^;| ; ^71 East 43r<r Strirt' f ""! 


are welcomed as membe:'s. 


Great 



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Second Baptist; 


BO'OS'rtlFLS 
QUARTEir 

'■■ In Concert 


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Sunday, July 9 
7:45 P.M. 


28tli Street 
Christian Chuifch 

28th and Paloma 


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Aoairfees Excelsior Gab, 
Mattle Jcduutm, dialnbaii; 
Waller i. Bryant, BBnliterr 
SDvor off ering. AH wde nieil 


PR. 14633. 


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BAPTIST CHUROH 

Corner Ocntt.aiid Bonnie Kse 
Bev. A. Weodall Bon. D. D.. Fiator 


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A SpimFiJ^ Church. ^ < 
Chrtatiaif Viflowihip, 


ORDER 


9:30. 


SERVICE 
ifu Sunday S^oel 


11HH) — ^crmenu-Jtcv. A. W«.a^l Ross 
3:00_ WorsluB ^ith^'ibe, Ebenczer 


ItetS, 


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REY. UM^E C CLE>^£S, A.B 


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SUNt^Y, JULY 9, 1944 

Prayo: Servtoe— ICra. Battlt 


Minitice 


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6:30 a. m^-Sonrla* 
Leader. 

9:30 a. m;--Siiiu]a^ edtod Henry Chapman, Sopl 

11:00 a. Ok— Somon ]>y Rev. Lane C Cleavei;, 

3:30 p. m.— Recital— fPhUllpa Tonple Junior CUr. 

5:30 XL m.— Epworthj League^ Ura. J. L^ BrewQ, PtfMiBsL 

7:00 p. mi— 9reachin|g by the Pastor. ^j |l V.^^i^^^ ^ 

Holy Communion will l>e administered at th%aiohiA|^1iil 

evening service. ,'J 


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NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCO 


I , }h%i PALOMA STREET 

I I LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNffj " 

I I , REV. jA. UVELY, MINISTEW^j; 

SUNDAY, JULY 9/1944 ^ 

9:30 A. M.— Sunday Sdiool— Rev. G. L. Bedford. 

11:00 A. M Sermon by Rev. A. Lively. 

5:30 P.M.— B. Y. P. U. * 

7:00 P.M.— Evening Service. » .]'" 

WE WELCOME YOU 


FIRST AF^aCAN METHODIST 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



BEV. 


Sth * Town* Atobiu 
FmSDBraCB D. JOKDAM. mMUflBB 

SUNPAY, JULY 9, X944 r ' ' 


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: 6:00 A*^. — Sunrise Prayer Service. ? > 

9:30 A.M. — Church School. Mr. William Perry, Supt. 
10:45 A. Ml — Morning Worship. Sermon, ^diop J. H. Qay. 

bom. Little Rock, Ark. 
6:00 P. M.— Christian Endeavor. Mrs. Comdia ScotJ, Pl^pi- ^ 
7:15 P.M.— Hymn Sing— J. E. Edwards Choir, 
i 7:30 P. M. — Evening Worship. i 

Lecture Recital— Miss Grace Bush. 


GRACE MEMORIAL 

I CHURCH OP 60D IH CHRIST 

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4544 aOVlll WOniplOS AWNPtt 

Rev % J. Taylor, MhMw 
A Ministry of «iM Ml GeqMl 

9:30. a. m.— Church School, M. H. Pounds, Supt. 
11:40 a. m. — Morning Worship. 
: 5:30' p. m—T; P. W. W., William W«bb, ftt$. ' 

7:30 p. in.— Evangelistic Service. 


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Broadcast each Wednesday Night <:30>9:00 p. as. 
Station KFOX. 


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Jfune Cobb Institute Inc. *; 

j TRUTH CEHTR - ' 

ms IMI Slth St . 

Rtr. ^coTft I. WHBaMt hi Ch«f« 

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t , ' SUNDAY, JULY % 1944 

! i 

?:30 a. m.^Sunday School. i 

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11:15 a. m.— Rev. George B. Williants %ri!l deliver th« 

message. 

- We cordially invite you to attend our terWees. 
Roland Ewing, President; Jetit Carper, Secretary. 




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**Ths Church of tho PeopU 1$ tJbl ' 

Mother of Detnoeraey** ' 

Neighborhood Commuiiity Church 

, San Pedro Street at 47th Place i 

Non-Sectarian institutional 
^ Open to All Believers 

H. MANSFIELD COLLINS, Founder and Minuter 


SUNDAY, July 9, 1944. 


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1:00 a. m;— Sermon, "How We May Wmh^^^^kf 
] \ ■ 'Rev. H., Mansfield Cellmt. -t^r^^'.";!^^ 

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7:00 p. m.— Ser— - ^^ '■ ' 


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ENTER TO WORS 


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JWHESIJEY MltxHODIST CHURCT 

/lEjshth and San Julian Streets 
Miiritltff 


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^ '\\ SUNDAY. JULY 9, 1944 
♦:30; A.M, .^ L . ^Churdi SeKeel 


10:50 A.M.^ 


..Momiii;! WAftlup 


Kforntng Scjrmdn, "STu^stHuttng the Fake f«r ih». Tni«," J 

:' Rev.| E. W. Rakestro»rJ i ■ ; 

:f:00 P.M.-f-Vetper», Wesley Commvnity Center, 1029 

East Vernon Avenue. Dctjicatien Service of 

Board of Stewaids^ Vesper Message, "The 

Requircmints^ of Sfcwardship," Rev. E. W. 


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KRigms of Tabor to 
Hold Grand Sessions 
At Phillips Temple 

The Sir Knights and Daugh- 
ter of Tabor, maids and i>ages 
of honor, California and Arizona 
juri^ction, will hold their 29th 
grand session, July 10-13, at 
Phillips Temple CME Church, 
43rd street and Wadsworth ave- 
nue, of which Sir Rev. Lane C. 
Cleaves is pastor. 
- The public is cordially Invited 
to the reception Monday eve- 
ning, July 10, .at 8 p.m., at the 
Taborian Hall, 1021 East 41st 
place; and to the memorial serv- 
ices on Tuesday eevning, July 
11, at 8 pjn.,,at Phillips Temple. 

This maemorlal service was 
originated by Sir William L. Mar- 
tin, CGM. There is no other like 
it. 

Sir Wm. L. Martin, CGM; Dtr. 
G. U McMilllan. GHP; Dtr. Hat- 
tie B. Williams, general chair- 
man, and Dtr. Agnes C. Beal, 
general secretary. — ^Advertise- 
ment. 


[^ain Mbses Speal($ 
Af Hamiifon on Siimlay 

Capt. Jesse Moses, who has 
spent ten njbntjis in New Guinea, 
will be the speaker at Hamilton 
Methodist Oiurch, 18th and 
Najomi, Sunday evening, July 9, 
at 7:30 o'clock, when the Debor- 
ah Guild Jiolds a special service 
honoring men in the armed 
forces. Relatives of the men in 
service will be the guests of 
honor. This service will mark 
the opening of the guild's "pin- 
up service men's contest." ; 


Have yon decided where to at- 
tend elHirch Sand»y? Are yob 
» newcomer to Los Angeles? 
Are you looldng for s chnrcb 
home? Vlstt the New Em Com- 
mnnity Tabernacle, located at 
1350 East 34th street. A cordial 
welcome awaits you. Rev. T. A. 
Sears, minister, will preach 
Sunday from the subject: "The 
Dawn of a New Day." He wUl 
be preaching every evening jfor 
an Indefinite time. — Advertise- 
ment. 


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The First African Methodist 
Episcopal Zion Chtirch 

,. nOO AND PALOBIA STBEETS 

*-• "The Church With a Friefldly Welcome" • 


SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 
9:30 a. m. — Morning Church School. Graded. 

11:00 a. m. — ''ubiic Worship. 

Subject: "The Man Who Lost." 

Sunday Evening Church SchooL 

6i30 p. m. — Varick Endeavor. Graded. 

7:30 p. n>.— Vesper Service. 

C. L. Finjey, Minister of Music. 

P. M. MARSHALL, PASTOR 
HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL 


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ii«^ 9. John To0 
Gh* A Muilcil "v 
On Sunday Afternoon 

The" Gieafer ..St Jehd Baptist 
Churcli Is on the march and is 
Inviting the public to attend a 
sermohette and music program 
OnSttttdsiy, JulySat'ypjtn. ' 

ITie -Revs. S. Busby of Mom- 
&^. Star Baptist Church ^hid w. 
W^stjbf: Faithful CeiitralBa^t&tt 
Chtiitlif will deliver -the -^me^- 
J«ges."The Rev. Aw Da^^ will h*] 
master of cerftmonies ; Si^r j^. 
Johi^son is musical dlrectOTi. • 

ilTie^pastoT; is rthe Rev. D. IST. 
Jphn^n, i,an4 Sister ;E. Johhscm ' 
is-.«cit^i]grtr-Aidyeitise^e4t, . 


Mrs. Annie Louise G^ry was 




THE GALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH 

COR. 23RD AND STAIVFORD 
welcomes you to all services — a church with a spiritual 
and friendly hand shake and southern hospitality. 
You need the church and the church need^ yoir. 

REV. E. E. WILHITE 

Founder and Pastor 


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847 EAST 23RD STREET 


RI. 6631 


i HEAR 

Df. G. W. (Dean Reed) Reed 

Each Sunday Morning 8:05 to 8:30 
Over Radio Station KFOX 

(1280 on your dial) 
In Hit Now Sorlot of Sermon* on 

THE PROPHETS AND THEIR MESSAGES 

They are interesttaig, Edncattonal and Sidrltual. Send him a 
donathm and receive a copy of Ills book "THE TEACHINGS 
OFCmOST." Address 834 E. Adams Blvd. 


BAPTIST TEMPLE 

620 EAST 48TH STREET 
■ ' A CHIJBCH OF SOUTHERN PEOPLE 

Sunday School........ ■...■..■....... ..■■■■■..■•>..... 9:30 a.m. 

rfcachin3...M......... .....•........•..»....•....>.*-.. 1 1 130 a.m. 

rreaCninQ ■.■•.....■■.■■■■.......■....•»,■•...... ■..•.»..aoiv/v p.m 

You are Invited to hear Pastor J. C. Sweeney, former pastca*'^ 
of El-Bethel Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas. God has given him 
the message. 

FRK: DINlNfER EVERY SUNDAY AT 1 :30 P. M. 


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C . "JESUS NEVER FAHS 
J^Om SQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH 

,' t V 2214 HOOPER AVE. 

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im4*y School— 9:45 A.M. 

freaehing by the Paitor^l1:00 A. Kf. 

7:45 P. M.— .Sermon by Pastor. • . ' 

Friday Night Prayer Ntceting— 7:45 P.M. 

In time of need call and we will pray for you- U you have; no 
chiirch home, come and work with iis. ' ^ 

, ,. I BEV. PEABL L. TOLIVEE, Pastor * 

! -. " I - . AD. 15370 ' ' "/' 

\. . ' 't J. STEVENSON, Reporter , ,,„•' 



Santa Barbara Community Church 


f47 East Santa Barbara Avenue — Open to all Believers 


Feun^tr and Minister, REV. A. 0. JENKINS 


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:|fi30 «. m>^Sunday ScheoU . ^ 


flwiO «in»-*— Sermon, ' - 

p,.il l J t - j ewing Worship. 


presentejd in. a song recital 
Ward Chapel AME- Church 
June 18. She Was recfeiyCd wi 
much acclaim by- lieir. riiany 
friends arid admirers. She was 
simply but beautifully ^ gowned 
in wjiite satin; and carried an 
orchid. The stage was decorated 
with^mjiny flowers, which fonn- 
ed a lovely bacitgrt)una| ifor the 
singer. . J ' [ • 

Mrs. Geary sang 16 numtjers' 
by well known composers with- 
the greatest of ease airf poisef, 
which showed' fine training. Jbe 
manner in which her numbers 
were rendered ..showed that the 
singer was striving, for purity; of 
tone rather than voluike,. and; 
she gives gr^t promise as a: 
lovely singer. 1 ' 

Her accompanist wfs Mrs. 
Blanche Woods, who s<i under- 
standlpgly played "Tre«p," after 
Deane Randall told theii^iMy o(f 
how the poem came to life. Mrs. 
Geary was presented Wy M^ie. 
Deane Randall of Hollywood 

J — Adv, 


First AKiiE ZiU 
Church Services 

For Next SundaV 

The Rev. Mr. P. M. Marshall 
will use for his nlbrnihg sub- 
ject, "The Man Who Lost." Sjie- 
cUlI music under the directilo^ 
of Carl Finely by the SerikMr 
Choir. Church School will begin 
at 9:30. General ' assembly at 
11 a.m. Special trainiog jih. 
Christian educatioii from ealrl^. 
childhood to: senior; adultho<)4. 
The citizens of Jjos^ Angeles are 
cordially Invited to study and 
worship in our graded chuijch: 
school each Sunday inornlng 
from 9:30 to 12:30. 

P. M. Marshall, Minister, 
First AME Zion, Pico &'Paloma 


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Ai RMoia^'CMvc 


ith'i NormafAmato, protege df Act-; 
rtssjaattie McDaniel,- was guest 
soloistrat. the regular ^afternoon! 
service of the Fellowshii) As- 
sembly of the Church of All Na- 
tions" at Sixth ajid Gladys last 
Sunday. Meredith Williams of, 
Chicago began his duties as or- 
ganist for the chtirch. . ^ 

An unusually la r "g e crowd 
heard the Rev. George . R. GaT- 
rier deliver the s^rmoQ. Hp. will 
also -speak next- Sund&y.. . 

The F^ellowship Assembly Is 
rapidly .beoiming the Los An- 
geles .""home" for service meh. 
The services begi|i promptly at 
3 o'clock, land: features special 
music ;and guest. ^^akersi..' ... 


janizes 
Gh0iratt$tAMEZ 


Mrs. Daisy Goodlow, accom- 
plished ■ pianist and director of 
music. Will organize, train and 
direct the young people of the 
First ARffi- Zion Church into a 
young choir. 

1 They will ■ render i Special 

number- at jthe- worship -service. 

trhose ■■ who would like to join 

il^^^eet eafch Friday aftiEfnoon 

em 4 p;nl. to 6 p.m. at Pico 

nd- pklbma. ' I i 


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$1000 


Cash today. Bal- 
ance when your ti-. 
tie is O.K. $9540 cash for yonr 
bouse. Why wait 29 yrs. f<w| 
your money? AH «ul!i today.. 
Call Ml any one ttf .these dK- 
ferent phones, but use 'this to- 
day. . . . WA. 2218. ': 


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Liberty Spiritiial 
Templcvc 

5&4 Sbi, CeWHirAitl- 

SER VICE-'Friaay • l^glit^ 

SuBday School— <3)6f^o'(dock. 

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l^unday Service— II. a.; m.' 

Sunday Night ' Serviee-^tb? 
Water Healing. - 

REV. H. L. itfbftGAN,?B»t# 


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One, of ; the feature attra,ctioiis 
Ion the -cluft) program-; for -l^his 
week -will, be the. Abound T^e 
WorM; Qjtlz Show presentpd on 
Friday .night, .July 7; a^ 8:30 
o'clock by a group -of* young 
lnavy:nien-headed by i>oiiald 
iWalKer.:f ':':^,'r'' . 

Whenever :ihis4ini(}ue show has 
beeii presented it has proven 1to 
be toil flight entertainment and 
a largib audience-will be«n hand 
to welcome them to Watts. The 
public is invited to share this 
program with the service men. 

REPEAT VLAT 

By populw demand the Junior 
Hostesses are repeating "The Re- 
hearsal", a one act comedy on 
Sunday afternoon, July 9 at 4:30; 
So gratifying was the result of 
the iirst presentation of "The 
Rehei^rsal" -that the Junior Host- 
essfes'fiire planning to begin re- 
hearsals next week on a new 
play Whlph' wil^include service 
men. { Thfe 'Rehearsal is an all- 
girls cast.' ' V 

Olit^^SIlpA EI^ERTAINED 

iThe , Watte :y SO Club was host 
to tlfc famo.U6)Port Hueneine or- 
cheatta. ; over jthes week-end. A 
capaci^ audience . turned but : to 
j^^ -Jtijese , men . Qn.^ Saturday' 
eyening for .th«( regular dance , 
ai\d ^hep again ftn Sunday after 
noon when ; the drchestra, ap 
peared in a popU^r concert. ; 

The. men • W*re most, enthu- 
shistic "in their; praise of the 


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VISIT KDfG fiotjdianK 

SOXNCE iUfdtiJiaaiatAlU 

loff otiien and eaa lulp^ 
may be. Bogidsr nieeDi^ i 
So^doek. I 

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TEHPUS . IdF lyCMGIOIlS 
' LEAGUE. We are help- 
Ur' wfuit/yonr. problems 


Cmtb^r SheperdMK, 



ja a sUpmeni 'of . ; 

e«i^§(si|,iliie«wwr Etc' ::,_.'.' 


Pi JjOlflOE SjUBON " j Jtbre ^bs^a.' Pifa^ t«^<We \^on by j 
^dte|)ihoBe-S0X38" v ' Mrs. Gertrude k Davis and Mrs. 
: ; .i - ; -1 . .; f;' i.^. libeha MuckeljroyH Stvagtr - De- 
- SAN BERffAED,INa-rAbout 5W) Ughtful i^frSiihehti ^Se ser- 
people atterided a pfcnic at Elsi- ! ^ jjjjg ; ■^jijpg^i 1J^;jy, tfeaches 
nore Lake, ' .>..*»/«. »T.n,rt 

Club of Base 

was the :center of -interest, l^ny 


given by -490» N.C.O.| ^ Los Ai^elei Isf Ifeome jor the 
« GeheraL Barbeque jttnnner. j ' p | 

€tami 


,en joyed swimnjing anc| games. 
And all enjoyed' the food . tiiat 
wis in abundance: The bus left 
8th and Perrls.at 9 a.Tn.;and the 
group Tetumedat- S-p-m.;- s ; " 
'. ■■ Mrs', ^aude E. TUomiis .rot t«S 
AngeJefe :wW5fte hoiiae gv^Sl^a^ 
iMr»?'Ch«itottie iJ^Ri^fatt.W- 728 .K 
^tHeeti-f'^'i'. ^.■-'' I 'i:^ r /''::■-.''::, 

;Mt.'%Bi^-Mrsi Q?yjaev1%gsi^ 
3k^i. i«ia" Mrs. Reginald ;H%is :mz. 
tertained Sunday in HDnt)r--qf^ 
Mrs. . Georgetta - i|owter 6%^ New 
.Yprk^ i^oA Mrs. ,M%ie;Hanson -of 
N,eWiQrleans,'at :a b^rbeiyie din- 
ner. They- enjoyed .ten^i^. in= the 
•aftemoen and a smalt payty. that; 
.ev.eBing..- . ,j,.^ . ,,-.. ,.,'.,- ., 
Those i^esent. .^ftetc .Iffir.'. and 
Mrs. Hockaday,,Mrs.;Hitr|tiarftkj 
Hbcker, , Miss Vera . Hairis' aiuil 
'. her gues^; Miss Julia ' Alien of 
;Atlanta,; Georgia. Mrs.; Fowler 
has resided, in our city .for sev- 
eral months, and js now employ- 
ed at the air depot. Her TTusbarid 
is stationed somatvhere in Eng- 
land. Mrs. MarleJHansbn -has liv- 
ed here louy^Qr five months. Her 
husband is. statiOnjtdf at |t.Hua 
"chuca. ''''■. ■ t-f ■. '%''-'■ 


BIRTHDAT Pj 

A surprise niirthaay -party *as 
given by Mr. fed Mis. W.'C. 
Jones- of 9th street in . honor of 
Miss Ethel' taye, secretary to th« 
:director Of the local U^. The 
room's was 'beiautifully: decorated 
with Elsie PoJsum and red roses. 
The table, was beautifully laye^ 
w^ lace cloth, ^ with the gor- 
geous birthday cake -in the (^eifr 
ter and two crystal c%pdle sticks 
with long whife taper&liat the 
sides... \\ ':■ 1;/ ::__. .'i''-*ii -":.;-. ..• 

The.hoadre^Bmbf3^'s picture, 
which was receiwd '*s a gift, 
was set behind tHe cake'. Delic- 
ious and attractive refBBi^n«»nts; 
were bam sandwiches, potato 
chips, ide crearnj ca3«e, candy 
and nuts. Many^ l?e^utiful^gifts 
were receivjed.' i ' i .! - • 

Guests were: Mr.- arid Mrs. W. 
B.:Hockaday,. Mr. '^nd; Mrs. Lesr. 
ter Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Scott 
;james, Edward Macintosh, Mrs. 
Frances Holland, Ijirs.' Jetta Reid,- 
Mr. ani^r Mrs.! Claude Dfgigs, Mrs. 
Ruth Stone; Pvt. S.j Scott, .Mr. and' 
Mts. AtwoQd Stevenson, Mrs. Aj-; 
berta Lee, Mrs. Florence jKnight,. 
W; -Tr JcmesJ iiH-|n-Iitttl.e,.^Pvte 
•B. Y.- Bryant, and; Miss tlorenfii^ 
Kdbidsoii;. ■^ . Y ■. -^ ' '' .; ] .',-|' ' ; T y 
^3*rs. Jetta Reid; of /iptk Street 
entertainedi^a& hodSe,gU!f^t$ last 
week, her- nie6e, i Mrs.- Mildred 
Jojles of Qi'icago, afed'Mrs. Doro- 
thy Moore of Dallas, Texas, 

Mrs, Marie Muckelrby of 6th 
street had as: her jguests her sis- 
ter, Mrs, Sadie Brown of Texas 
and Mrs. Vivian Bryanj hernieoe, 
Mrs. Brown will te'here for sev- 
eral weelcs, but 3s|[rs. Bryan wil| 
travel on tQ-Tittsl|urgh, Calif., to 
visit her niece, i • ' ' ■ 
CLUBS 

Miss Mary Lou ]f hillips of Har- 
ris street was hostess to La Cer- 
cle Charmante. last wefek. The, 
meeting was business «nd there- 


Mrs. Otfri» irar^im^edj^af 


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DmpeA '" Orvrnm - BSifjiiAfte Salt 
Wool SfMio^ Bla^ t(i| Of 


16 .Crntral Is 'bW. located at i^ 

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Sunday " 


REV, MIIJ^^^: R a]$El||TS,. Pastor 




^.'T^OcautixBAI^aee thfe-G<Jd 
lmBr4«r-G«L. 


:GJS AT EA.G3EI SERVICE 


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A80 PiM...; 




ladies of the Junjor .and[ Senior 
Hostess group's for the delicious- 
meals ; prepared f cfr ,tlien|;-idMriig 
their stay, ;^ i, ,..-(V,i.., i - , ; 

On Saturday tlie dinner' wjts 
prepared ,. and serve^*';'^- "Mkl 
O^l Jphiison, Mis. iCeiie-tBecotJ^ 
JkIe^- -Bio s-e. Stanig^t .and Miss 
MarierByrd.- Mfsi -ideH' Batemah," 
Mrs. Ir^ti^ Minis, ahd :^rs. Frail;' 
ces. C. ,pilQtt;:rAssistgnt 'Di'rpcfoir 
were in* charge <>^,1^e|b^akfast 
on Sunday m'ornlrigTv =ir • • 
: The dinner in ,vthe.- afternoon: 
was prepared by-'Mrs. Goirine, 
SmithfMrs. Hattie Saundeis, Mrs. 
F a n n i e Rembert, ; Mr.s'. Jpssiie 
Ladd, Mrs. Sina. Clark and Mrs. 
Olia Woods, - Mr. A. C. Kitchens 
and the entire Staff wish to 
thank these ■ ladieS for the/sigr 
nificant services they contributed 
in making the stay of the orches- 
tra bere.at the.cl^.sucb^p|eas-. 
-airt occasion. V '^'!'-^-. -'-\^^'' ^■■■■^' 

EARLS OF ^l4;iWQJl»\4^[|iil-rir& 
The Earls of ' '«, a^ group '(* 
young high*^ school .men • realJJ 
did themselves -proud on 1 
WednesAlay night when tliey 
played for the Hollywood Garden' 
Party' Fp»mal baiicf at the Hu^,- 
Having, heard • these youngsters' 
play on Wednesdays fo:- the past 
seven. ,montJfc^ the . service nteifi 
have had- an; opportunity to aj^- 
preclate ihe' p r o gr essV'they've,^ 
niade. ; ... '-'u-^ •"■' •''■'■;" ' '''^ 


ajTusir CLioB 

.iThe A^na k ^^amer .'Study 
l^Hb met with [ifrsv; Marie ^Muck- 
«foy, prcsiden|t emeritus of 6th 
street. MrsC MueKelroy jn^sided 
due to the illijiesSJoE: the presi- 
dent, Mrs, Cfitherijje Green. The 
o^nbiiittee imjjme><(ifau^ 
:niported a^^ft^^oces&^A num- 
beifs 'sEftfecldBd -. 
bj/sfte R^ubli- 
fubtin ydntana. 


iWEr >of me 
Ijmcheon glv ^ 
jRan . Wom&isi 
l&t week. 
yi'Rierer-wei*? 
tliere?who ;^i 


cai^dldates 
inter^ng'talks. 
Mose attejiaiBg- w^e Mrs. Marie 
.Siuckelroy, Mj^s. Roena Savage. 
Mrs: J. Boyd and 'Mrs. Sell of 
Biyerslde and Mrs. Beniice-Law- 
.iftri'DfTiOs Angeles, who apomp- 
anied Mrs. Savage in' >ai^ vocal 
sdbf en^aye^ by all. 

Mrs. Magnus Reid of 7th street 
.v^as hostess.. to| theX^osmos Qub 
last week.; It WM 'a closed, busi- 
ness meeting and ' a "veiry ^ttrac- 
ii^ 'and -delicious buffet jfuneh 
epn-.was':sertej*..-:^ ly^ • i'i-),i.:\' 

. /l^eMothers tnublbtis; JMJfband 
ed V for the . sunjrterL ; V- :; 1^ t - 

, '- Mrs. -Bf fie Lpwis- <rf Petris sL 
eiJtertained MMs. t^eona Ckde of 
BeaUmbrit^Texas, iat dinner Sun- 
day. Miis.. Cade is 'employed at 
the S.; B. .^r JJiepbi " — j' ^ J^ 
Mrs. Resale j^eliy of Pasadenk 
has opened a| beauty sallon on 
Wx street ioufpartrbnage- is ap- 
preciated: .We 4'el)c6ine Mrs. Kelr 
ly to' pur community and wish 
for her great sjubceis.' ' T,- " " ? 


sjutece^. 


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"Dr. Kwofman wlU make per- 
SOnM «aUls^ sU ' night at .; your 
toihe., If yon need IUin,:iuittl 
.he gets an astiftamt. . 


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How London, Moscow, Chung- 
'.Idnt And, oth«r United js^ations 
- 'capitals Teact to the Republican 
^^■ati^nal Convention is more im- 
" 'portint to Negro- Ame^ca, tlian 
the .GOFs platform planks re- 
gard^ racial relations here at 
libme. Because the real trend of 
racial relations h«re will be de- 
termined by the extent to which 
we and 'oitr Allies destroy 
Hltleitsm abroad and lay the 
-foundation for a lasting and 
■ jtrospen>us;peace. 

It the war stops short of de- 
.Struction of fascism abroad,' it 

• .will end in «ome kind of con^- 

Stmlse peace. How dangerous 
s would be for us. was In- 
dicated June 17 when represen- 

' tatives of the 25 most Influential 
Keszo organizations met in New 
york. city and formulated six 
ndninum . demands of Negro 

.voters t<y be fent to both the 
Itepublicah and Democratic na- 
tional conventions. First of these 
demands was: "Opposition to a 

'negotiated peace with the en- 
<my, arid crashing of Hiilerism 
at home, a^ well as abroad." 
Only by the realization of this 
tiza^ condition could the other 

.l^e demands be fulfilled, in^ 

• .ctvding the demand for "poli- 
tical and economic democracy 

^In Africa, India, the West In- 

. dies and all colonial areas, and 

1 the establishment of a foreign 

V pojlii^ Whicli recognizes China 

,.«• air 'equal ally' and opposes 

exploitation of darker races by 

the white." 

But fully to destroy Hitlerism 
requires the closest unity ;,and 
colIaiboratlQn with our Allies, 
^e can^ do the job alone. 
Hence, the Importance of re- 
ftction abroad to the GOP plat- 

• K<qr to GOjP thinking was Her- 
bert- Hoover's denunciation of 
the Teheran agreement, echoed 
by-IDew'ey, ah4 his barbed at- 
tack on the Soviet Union, in re 
the Polish question. Tiie con- 
sequence of such a policy for 
the. colonial peoples was recent- 
ly Implied in a statement of 
Leonard Barnes, member of the 
British Colonial Office since 
1921 and also a member of the 
CauBCll on African Affairs. Said 
Bamea: 

-TXk* days or*. ev«r whan 
colantal' p*opl— looked to 
Brltlab, Ia«tttat|oBs eoid tho 
iplrtt ttot iafonns tham « 
mqdtlfJiBdieatiM tba linat of 
iMSir«HHKA«|(r advaoca t» 
bo loltowod 'lia thm eelonioB 
tb«aasatT«s...J(Bd if tha 
eetealM ttoad as mIUUt ^tb 
tba Uattsd Matleas at H^ 

' wnumt OS Mr. Amerf and 

^ CMonal Stanlor <tho socrotp^ 

for bftdid and tba coloalol 

, aiaistar— (J. f.) panait that is 
loss bocouaa tbo allianca in- 
cludas Britaia tboi boeouao it 

:, c|vdM tho OSSB." 

lAs for other aspects of the 
GOP platform, which Columnist 
Dorothy Thompson calls "a 
hddgepodge of vote-catching ap- 
pqpls addressed to every con- 
ceivable minority group," won- 
der how Fred Roberts and Sid 
Dopes expect to sell it to Cali- 
fornia Negroes, who probably 
wUl— 

1. Contrast tho GOP plank 
lor npool of poll tax legisla- 
tion by a coast! tutionol 
amoBdmont with the OOP's 
Olliaaco with pell taxers in 
tho rocoat Congress debate 
which dofoatad the bill to out- 
law tba pell tax one* and for 

«W." . .\,-.' „ . ' . . , ..' 

2. Waigb tba GOP plaak for 
. Puerto Blco's statehood agcrinst 
- porsistoat OOP sabotage la 

CoBQrass of propasals to alls- 
. Tiata cea^itiebs ia Peuito Rico 
rigbt abw; 

X Static tbo GOP plaak lot 
« parmaneat PEPC ogoiast the 
GOP neord'of backiag the 
jMl taxoaa, wIm poshed 
threasb tbo so-coUod "BosSeU 
AaMadasaar oiaaed at elimi- 
aotiag fba adstiag FEPC, and 
tliOB suppo t l od mores to cat 
off tbo FCPC appropriatioa. 

Looks as- if, • Sid, Fred and 
Walter* Gordon in Berkeley will 
have to ' bum the midnight oil 
ai^nty to think up answers to 
tbese. ' 

TUPLE SSySM FETE 

This July 7 Pacific Coast 
Chlnatto>yns and other comnnini- 
ties. of the .80,000 Chinese in the 
United SUtes will join their 
countrytnen abroad in celebrat- 
ing 'the" seventh day of the 
seventh month of the completed 
seventh year of Chinas rcsist- 
. ance to Japan. It is a big day 
for Cbina and the rest of the 
^ world— especially for long-suf- 
i, fering colonial and colored 
' peoples who look to China for 
the harginger of a new day for 

• tfee world's colonial millions. 

Negro- American can draw 
from China's seven-year ordeal 
several-lessoins, applicable to our 

own strategy: 

1. China's survival 'daring this 
penod is attributable chiefly to 
onfr fact— the unity of her people 


no lover of liberty could con- 
template with aught but drtod. 

2. The primary danger to 
China— and to us— at the mo- 
ment is the threat to this unity. 
To the extent that dissension 
and disruption wealten the 
Chinese war effort, to that ex- 
tent win the war be proloiiged 
and th.e risks of American lives 
in the Far East be increased. 

3. Main elements of disunity 
at the moment are (a) ihflatiion, 
which breed class conflict, since 
the poor are forced to bear the 
burden of the war effort; (b) 
fuedalisrn, which ob s.t r u c t s 
adoption of democratic measures 
in much the same way that the 
feudal remnants of slavery -in 
Dixie hamper the war effort by 
insisting on disfranchisement 
and segregation and peonage; 
and (c) anti-Communism, which, 
by immobilizing many divisions 
of Chinese troops used to t}lock- 
ade and police Communist- led 
armies, hampers resistance to 
Japan (in much the same 
fashton that John Rankin and 
Bilbo scream '-Communism" 
whenever they want to discredit 
measures such as the ban on 
poll taxes and the PEPC). 

Resolution of these problems 
of unity may be protracted and 
occur, of necessity, through 
struggle. It can and must be 
speeded by United States poli- 
tical, financial and military 
policy, since our stake in a free, 
democratic, powerful China is 
part of our stake in postwar 
peace and prosperity. However; 
portending possible early deye- 
lopments was recent statement 
given U. S. newsmen by Mao 
Tse-tung, chairman b fthe Cdm- 
munist Party of China. Mao 
vowed the Chinese Communists 
would continue to struggle for 
the. destruction of Japanese im- 
perialism, but insisted that 
democracy is China's, present 
great need. "Only democracy 
can give strength to the Chinese 
war resistance, can put" the in- 
ternal and external relations of 
China on the right track, and 
can give victory to our war re- 
sistance," said Mao. 
BACKSLIDE IN AFBICA 

In an amendment to the Na- 
tive Laws, a majority of the 
South African Parliament in re- 
cent session Imposed further re- 
strictions, on th^ four-fifths of 
the population: who are nklfve 
Africans. ■ The amendment con- 
ferred on local authorities the 
power to limit entry of Africans 
into their areas, and. to confine 
Africans to certain segregated 
locations. The pass laws are 
now decreed for Cape Province 
and other areas heretofore un- 
restricted. Africans who violate 
the new laws may be imprison- 
ed. 

This fascist measure fore- 
shadows serious conflict — possi- 
bly including violence — in the 
postwar period, when the pro- 
blems of adjustments will be 
aggravated by demobilization 
and reconversion. There is 
reason to believe Africans and 
progressive whites in South 
Africa are not disposed to ac- 
cept the new repression without 
a bitter struggle. Most recent in- 
dication of the new temper in 
South Africa was the great de- 
monstration in Johannesburg 
early in June. 

More than 540 delegates rep- 
resenting over 600,000 people 
met the demand abolition of the 
Pass laws as being "in conflict 
with the high and progressive 
war aims for "which the United 
Nations are fighting." The cbn- 
ference declared the Pass laws 
"hold the, African ; people in a 
condition of abject poverty and 
subjection, retard industrial and 
economic development, hamper 
the growth of the organization 
of African Workers and weaken 
the entire labor movement. They 
are the cause of sharp racial 
friction between the peoples of 
South Africa; they uphold the 
cheap labor • system, resulting 
in malnutrition, starvation and 
disease; they fUl our jails with 
innocieht people and they create 
widespread crime." 

Delegates- to the conference 
represented trade union, peasant, 
political, religious, student and 
tenant organizations. They have 
launched a campign for 1,000,- 
000 signatures to an anti-Pass 
law petition to be presented j to 
the government in August. So 
we may see Some changes in 
South Africa before the- endi of; 
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Mrs. Bertha Stewart at 4312 
Wall street, a prominent mem- 
ber of the A. W. V. S., enter- 
tained witii a InncheoB at the 
Ctiaeii Hotel^Iast Wednesday in 
honor of .Mrs.' Dora Scott of 
Ta8cott,-Arizodai and her broth- 
er, Hariey J. Smith, of Oberlin, 
Oliio. Bbrgnerite MerrlB, o^- 
er of the TtvoU Besaty Parlor 
and John Menfll who teaches 
in EI Centre, the daqghter and 
son of rMs. Scott, were promi- 





nent ainong tbe guests, who in- 
cluded Mr L. Albrighi, ot tbe 
Madisoii Nursery of Hollywood, 
his wifev Sfrs.,l>1o8Sie All»lght, 
Selina ^ WU^ Albriglit, Mrs. 
Amtoette Standley, Mrs. Anna 
Belle Washinirton; Lester AI- 
brlgbt aind Mn. A. Bettis. The 
caka wMch was served- as part 
of the dlesserti coarse was pre- 
sent^ to Mrs. Stewart for the 
oc(«sion : by C. Grasper and H. 
Carter of thie Fred Harvey 


HoiSBe, Ine giiests of honor 
wer«^«sented with gifts as- a 
reni«nbrance of the occasion. 
Seated from left to right the 
guesta>^.are, Airs. , Dora' Scott, 
the guest of honor, C. Albrigbt, 
Selena Albright, rMs. iEloisie 
Albright, ' Miwgnerite Mefrill, 
JoHh' Merrill Ambrette Stiibley, 
Bertta Stewart, Mrs. A-Hettis, 
Willie Albright, James Kin- 
nard, Annritelle Wasldngton 
and Hariey Smith. ? 



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CONlbiS'l' BAflES — Pictures 
i above! are soiiie of tbe fine, 
healthy IwfoiesJIiat have been 
entered in ^ the .Caltf<ffnia 
Kagltl's sisby Health and Popa- 
Iwity Contest.; The Contei[^ 
open 
tered 

a one-year snlMcripl^on to the 
Eagl^' mb» offenr a free Health 
examination and a chance to 
win a $23 War -Bond. 



est' enkrauts fa ilie Ci 
Eagle's Baby Health and Fopa- 
buity Cmtest which is vpen 
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YouTiott'^^ 

_ The It8|w)^ean^ Conventi(>n~.is 
fwfk^i V^ so, ^acQ|s^Uxj^i ^to dm- 
gretewoinan Clare .BdotfalAioe,- 
is .the war. G I^p^^bi^^Blscvme 
tbe new -hero M'^^Bepnltltcan 
party.. Over one tniIIioi| of the 
meh in the lighting Services ' are 
members of the CIO, perhaps one 
of them was the , casujauy re- 
ferred to as GI Jim, the spirit of 
the dead Joes over tctoin. Clare 
"Luce emoted 
long and sick- 
eningly at tbe 
convention. On 
the chance that 
Jim was a CIO 
nrember, he 
musX have 
been ashame^E 
of the spectacle 
at Chicago. 
,When he died, 
Jim- didn't give 
his life for the . , . 

adva'hcement Jbba H. Laa 
ot the Republican party or tfee 
Democratic party ;]he fought and 
died for freedonvAmder God, for 
all of the people and their fel- 
lows in ail parts oi the< world, 
ile ' wasn't thinking in terms 
of isolationism, or sectionalism, 
nor was he thinldng of turning 
his sacrifices into -a weapoa to 
be used to alienate one cla^ 
from another ha the p|ost war 
Vorld. ' ■ ■ ' -'i' , 1 - ■]■ fe 

i The. Negro Vote ahtf the -icio 
Political Action iprQgranvrare pre- 
dicted to be the fMces that will 
carry "he^ most weight^ 4n the 
November election, v Alr^dy the 
Reimblicaiis are :*nains out in- 
vitations to the Negro voters to 
come back home. Iliiey ate much 
less cordial about .r,the politjical 
adtion program, i i t: ' 
Optimistie though the 
! publicda proaouacemaiitB 
might be, they ore ; priivatiilr. 
cMieoraed over tiie Icdlata^ 9t 
;paBt; dovicM to veck up any 
oppndkMe dagiao io^' loatbu' 
jiicoMi .for .thjrir ., 
' c^praacb to Negro TOfets. Ybay 
.tbinlc that by trottiag out ail 
of the worn, old stooges of pent 
caaipoigas, and liaiag tb^ 
up wftii a few lass aadant big . 
names, they will be able to 
wock poUticol atfgic aad berd 
If agio -^etsis into tba pj»Us to 
tbair odToatags. / i 
-What they have failed to l^e 
into consideration iswhat Is,fat- 
most common knowledge in iess 
opportunistic circles; the Negro 
vote and CIO political action arp 
synonymous. Negro voters are 
taking their leadership f^m thfe 
organization that has contributed 
inore to their economic and po- 
riitlcal advancement- in the last 
ten years than has eithw of the 
political parties. , . [ • . k 

Negroes all overthfe otHi^.tTy 
have received better job opi>or- 


An Increase of Pubfk ^pport 



The JfAACF ibembership drive 
Is hitting its stride at! |2000 a 
week, accoMIn^- to Clarence R. 
Johnson, ofijetatlons diiector of 
the local organization. 

ASacaetwasxs .'.-'-<' 

'Air^dy 27 i>er cent of "the way 
toward its local quota; results 
show streamlined operations, 
enthusiasm of teamworfcers, in- 


tuaities and consequet^y, )>et- 
teir wages, which spell a higher 
standard of livtiig, because the 
CIO has demonstrated its deTO- 
tien to democracy by. giving 
them membership without re- 
striction, and fighting for their 
employment in.aU of the crafts 
and industries in which it is 
represented,- -, .1 , , ,. 

The CIO haafbiiiht foJl^ida- 
tidn to improve the status of 
Negroes and all minorities; mere 
promises of a future' political 
ValhaU or attempts tointhnidate 
it will not help the Bepablican 
presidential; candida,leT7-l-. , • ; 

The Bteod Bank at Niiifh and= 
Western still needs deposits. Ne- 
gro workersj who have a deep 
understanding of giving vital- 
hf Ip is needed, will take the 
leadership whidi is needed to 
achieve a imore representative 
response to this caih Make an 
appointment and give a, pint 


terest>'of propaecttve ^aiembecs 
ue Masons why the drive has 
api>ed its weekly report from 
$200 to $2000 within four shwt 
werfis, 

-While the goal is. 20,000 mem- 
bers, we may even exceed that 
arhount, Johnson predicts. Most- 
ly because Los Angeles' 106,000 
Negro population doesnt have 
to be "^Id" in the. old sense of 
theyord. Campaign workers re- 
port thiat newcomers as well as 
old-timers volunteer their mem* 
berships. 

"One call gets entire families 
as' compared with past cam- 
paigns where several calls had 
to be made before even one 
meml)ership would be ti»thcom> 
ing;" Johnson' says. 

T adding caaapcdgn., st^"* 
psryiaors mn Ckoaaea IbBt^ish. 
Waatsida, with f MSB; Oonaea 
Sastth. Eoatatd* **B'' wttb 
SI 102; aad Mrs. Eauac SP*B* 
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sub-committee on Racial ajnff 
Class Dls<aimlnati!C>n of the 
Schenectady County ConaoUdat- 
ed Wtfr ConncU has.-issued30.t)00 
pledge cacds in' the community 
asking dtizens. of all races to] 
This unity is not perfect by any , sign to. cooperate, in eombaanjf 
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cultural patterns, and poUti<:al 

and social beliefs to cooperate 

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this extent It has . preventedtion are-askedrto*adopt tiiis plan. 


Tlie dard stresses the five ftm- 
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TUSkEGED. ARMY 
tiELD, Ala. — R^ntly selected 
at "GI of the Week''i~wa« Sgt. 
Thomas B. Hopkins, non-conmiis- 
sloned off fcer of Pasadepa, CiAlt., 
in charge of all guilnery aid 
training at Tuskegee. [ I 

Sgt Hopkins was the first ^e- 
gro to graduate from the Army 
Photographic School jtt Lo^ry 
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The CaHfoniia Eaqjk, Thunday. July >, 1944 


KAMlfnt' THE NEWS TICKER TAPE 

Choou say Over-indulgence in stagger soup is the reason for 
Henry Hatcher's illness. The irony of the rumor 

is this: The guy doesn't drink! ... Horace j Kun camera specialist, and is allso 
Henderson's newest assignment is Pianlst-Ar- 1 the first enlisted man'te super- 
ranger for Lena Home. He replaced Phil Moore, | vise the training of cadets and 
who auth'd "Shoo Shoo Baby.." . . . Gladys offteers in the science of aerial 
Snyder (formerly of the films— and what a »"<* ground gunnery atiTuskegee 
beaut!) is secretaring at a defense plant. The 'i^ld. ' 

gorgeous honey colored doll won't return to the I ^ graduate of Pasadeha Junior 
flickers until the duration : . . Arthur Lee I College, with a music major, Sgt. 
Simpklns, the grand " singer, is in line, for a I Hopkins played guard, on ^he 
Sinatra-llke buildup. He's the drawing card | fp^^bal team. He was Jitten^g 
at the Florentine Gardens. Now in his eighth i Jhe Uijlversity of Southern (^11- 
month there. The record so -far . : . i ^«'?"' ^^^en he volunteered 'for 

At our wedding Sunday last Ted Merriman ^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^-^^ A.r 
(the photog) said: "Jay. Ywi should live to a !_®i*',"_^'^, "'*„^^*i 


J. T. GipMO 


the :for 

,. , , . , _„„.. "di'II.^ 'tw i™ei" Miss Irma Boones of Chi- 

ripe eld age— 'cause you're a married man now. Black JM.\ . j, also a sereeanttwith "the 
McGee niftied: "Hmf. Married men don't live longer than single 55f; 'f/'f* if '|.^f"l^"'^,P^ 


men — It just seems longer!" 


Nellie Lutcher's crew at the j 


W A AC'S at Fort Sheridan, II: , 




dub Royale is a big time act crowded with class ... 

£«uia Jordan (wboM record soles pas8«d the thraa miUien 
k) is lebadulad to app«ar at the Elks tonight. Contract 
i traobl* moT (may. I said) interrupt Otis Pollard's plans. 
V»Uard la th« grand guy who promoted the June Richmead- 
Banay Carter dances at the Elks. He's trying to make that 
ballroom the angel city's "home »f happy feet." ... A famed 
Moa- About 'Teim was scheduled to go under tbe Surgeon's 
blade for a major op last week. He was converted to Christian 
Sdaaea and cancelled his appointment. He's "okay now." His 
quetea not mine ... 

Julius "Stuff" Crouch, the Angel City's top nite cUib impres- 
sario, nodding to his many friends as he strolls down the stem 
With a beautiful woman — his wile. They make a peach of a 
pair . . . Mae Glover, of Hollywood, who has the prettiest figger 
I've seen since Gratfle's! An ang^l with a heavenly body ... 
Delores Williams, who made such a hit at the Troc last year, 
has deserted the singing profession to^work in a Defense plant.- 
That's just in case you've wondered what became of her . . . 
Jimmie Harrison, the playbore, lost twenty pounds last Wednesday 
nit. His girl not his weight She eloped with a lad from the 
social set ... 

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Hildegard's thrashing of "I'll Be Seeing You" is our idea of 
the loveliest aong to come out of this war. Maybe it's the way 
she toys. with it . . . On the highways in most places, if you have 
a black face you can't get served. That's the kind of complaints 
that has flooded this office for months . . . 

PORTRAIT OF A REPORTER ON A RAMPAGE: They're still 
charging twenty-five cents for a Hamburger at the Hog Dog Stand 
In the 4500 block on So. Central avenue. You get a small patter 
of Hamburger meat on a bun, and thassal brother! We asked 
(in this dep't col'm's ago) If that wasn't something for them to 
Investigate. Twenty-Five cents (for Hamburgers in this Sector at 
the sidewalk stands) is ABOVE OPA ceiling prices, but no one 
has ever made a complaint ' . 

Tbe OPA won't Interfere tinleas eemploiats (of the prices) 
from tbe customers ax* mode.. The lodys charge de affaires 
of tha stand fUppingly flaunts: "Twenty Five cents U my price 
for a Hamburger, and you ca« poyiit or lump iti" We lumped 
It ... As tbe notion swings along in bigb< here's a shocking 
report of eondltieiH en Central orenue. Ho; Negxo help is 
employed in the Sid Williams Jewelry store; located in tbe 
beort of tbe Angel Cit^ Harlem. 

Halley Harding, my valued contemporary in the field of 
Journalism, called on Mr. Williams one evening in regards to 
employing Negro help. "Well," Mr. Wjlliams well'd, "drop Ground 
within a coupla weeks and^ive me a little time to get organized." 
Mr. Williams is now entering his fourth week in the Negro dis- 
trict on the busiest thoroughfare of the Angel City's Harlem with- 
out so much as the services of a Negro janitor in his employ. 

V(hen the news reached our ears, we paid Mr. .Williams a 
visit "It's like this," he said when we asked whether or not he 
intended employing Negro help, "I have a ten year, lease on the 
bliilding, so I guess I can take my time hiring help." If he's on 
the level, we can see his point But just in case you're tempted 
to take him serious, be reminded that directly acrqss the street 
ifi a Loan Office, Central Loan and Jewelry (a,t 4212 South Central) 
to be exact, that has been at the above ad,drpss for over six yaars 
and hasn't employed Negro help yet! Mr. 'Siegal, the owner, gave 
his reaoon: "I would hire Negro*s In my s^ofe, but I can't find 
one I can trust!" And don't worry, fiends of the col'm, Mr. Siegal 
won't sue me for libel— 'cause he knows I'm libel .to prove it! 

yrAim some time 

' Mr. Williams, who has just moved into the district, wants a 
little time — to decide whether or not to hire Negroes. (The first 
part of th€k statement is mine. The last paijt his.) It has taken 
Mr. Siegal six years, and he is still undecided! He hasn't hired a- 
.Negro yet Instead of reverting to the adage:] "Don't spend where 
you c&n't work," or wast valuable space in sniping at rival con- 
freres, the Fourth Estaters should pay a [call on the Messrs. 
WUliams and Siegal and ask a sixty-four dollar question. "What's 
Your Story?" ... 
i Mltaltfers are spending big coin again 

I lanrtnlscent of tba good el' days ef tblrty-twe . . . Nino Moo 
< ' McXiaoey, in a snug- tight sweater, looks like Ixma Turner in 
a snug- tight sweeter l Her "oome-bock" campaign IS; being 
press ogaatod by tbe Angel City's best, Lawrence LaMorr . . . 
Tha of»-fUUag blende decoration en the arm of Playboy Johnny 
. ^koaigaa (the other two in tbe morning^ was one .of Flo 
'< Begfeld's oderoblee. She was one ef tbe Fellies beautiful 
ah-troctlona . . . 
Jerry Nicholas, Fayard's fine frau, who is one of the mostj 
Interesting conversationalisU we know. She makes more sense 
In two n^mutes than most folks do in two years! . . . Tip To 
Talent Scouts: Watch the team of DanUridge and Ware. A^comedy 
dance duo with great possibilities ... J. B. Brown, (stifcly ^ou 
know him by now, He makes the col'm with amazing r^ularity) 
is investing his moola in Real Estate. He also invests in War 
Bonds. Ha, Another proof that playboy's aren't dopes! . . . 

Jean Richards, of the Palm Beach crowd, unprettied her pretty 
nose when she bumped it getting into her coupe the other day . . . 
That was Horace Henderson (Fletcher's bro) accompanying Lena 
Home when she sang our favorite luilabye.at the Wedding Snnday. 


John R. Tunis Says 
Education Is Vital 
In Digest Article 


CHICAGO.— A plan to i work [for 
the betterment of America as a 
whole and for the Negro people, 
for their integration Into the 
democratic process, for Etheir feo- 
cial and political equjility, ^ot 
in one place or one state, but 
all over the nation, is wjiat John 
R. Tunis would follow 11! he were 
a Negro, 

Writing in tbe July issue of 
NEGRO DIGEST op the regular 
feature, "If I were A Negro," 
the noted sports writer and au- 
thor believes that he would iMt 
bo discouraged by sIoW progl- 
ress, but would always refec^ 
o philosophy of negofion, o^ 
despoir, of violence. I ! 

Education in schools ^nd unj- 
versitiesls what the writer wouldv 
strive for; these beina impos- 
sible, he would teach himself \n 
public libraries. Tunis peclarejs, 
"I'd try hard not to feel khose of 
my race darker in colpr than , 
myself were inferior, oy tho^e 
lighter better than 1 wai. 

"Td try to realize thal^ we a|-e 
fighting today not onl|r Hitler 
and the Gestapo and thjeir Nafei 
party, but the evil that is in their 
hearts, and in the hearlj|s of all 
men, everywhere. [I 

"I'd try always to re|member 
that this fight is nevej-endinjg 
and must continue tor al : men if 
good will for all time," he con 
eludes. 



Youth Cduncirs 

Cabai^t Dance Wednesdaii^ 12th^^ 



IS^Year OM GH 
i^yed $2,086 in 
|3. War Stamps 

^iiSHINGTONi. D. <>-tiW 
tla Mary I.ewis, a 15-year^ld 
junior high school student. 
who hopes soma day to bo a 
teodite and who wonts to poy 
her way thzengh cellogo; bos 
put aside laLbW toward these 
twin obJeetiTOS Ibrough the 
purchase of War Savings 
Stamps, the Treasury deport- 
ment rereoled this week. 

Mory, o 7a grade student at 
Shcrw Junior high in Wash- 
ington, D. C~ hoods stomp 
purchasers in the school's war 
savings deportment, occord- 
lag to Mrs. Esther B. Sutton, 
teacher in dtorge. Mory lives 
at 1546 Columbus street, N. W. 

lARG Will bance3t 
Eli^ Hail July 29th 


Final plans l«r tM lint an- 
nual membA^Mp dtiwe of^tte! 
Youth CQuncIl of the NAACF. 
are now being completed with • 
mcBt of the features already' 
worked out. . 

Jimmie Luncefeid and his 'ft'- 
chestra *fxi Mantan Moreland, 
internationally famous Qomedlan, 
will headline the show. Moreland 
has organized a stAr-studded 
floor show that will be presented 
at the begiimlng of the show. He 
will be assisted by Ben Carter 
and many other outstanding per^ 
sohallties from the entertain- 
ment world. 

Then Jimmie .Lonoeford and 
his great band will take over 
and ^ive out with th«ir matchless 
dance music and swpon tunes. 
Aside from the tfclent already 
lined up, many .other artists are 
expected to drop in and add their 
bit to the grand show. 

The admission fee. will he: 
1944 membership card or leclslpt.^. 

Persons failing to get * mem-, 
bership card before the «lght of 
the -,dance may -sequre member-^ 
ships at the .door. Howover, It js 
hoped that most persons plan-" 
ning to attend . will . secure, tl^etr* 
membership cards In advance in* 
order, to avoid congestion J*^* 
cause an overflow crowd is i^- 
pected to turn out to the f»laBta:i* 


a. 


Ttei Los Angeles Newspaper 
Guild of which G. Kay Williams 

is the administrative officer, ..^ . ^^ 

plans a repeat performance ofJi^ion Club Wednesday night, ^.BOy 


List Pre^lnduction 
Meeting Places 


or 


in tiio Bite spet^- 


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PlIllS iflNCH CftFE 

: If 2529 SO. CENTRAL AVE. 

'**The Kind of Meals Mothei- Used to 
tookHBefore She Took Up Bridge!" 
HOMEMADE PASTRY DINNERS TO TAKE OUT 
^ SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS 

^=r|;: We Cater to Parties and Banquets 

Vlfitoria Jobnmn. Prop. WUHe Pescock, Chef 

■yfV. A. Johnson— —Producers Abraham Carter 


Eastside, Soutltskie 


With the enthusiastic Approval 
of men about to join the armeid 
forces and Army, Navy and draft 
board authorities, the ^rles of 
pre-lnduction informatiojn meet- 
ings inlUated by the C|ty War 
Council and local citizens' com- 
mittees from district wir prob- 
lems will be continued and ex- 
panded, it was. announced tms 
week. 

Men about to enter the Arp^y 
or Navy appreciate the ijhforma- 
tlon gatherings as a help in 
straightening out their personal 
affairs and clearing up civlliiri 
problems before induction, ac- 
cording to Henry S. Eatoh, direc- 
tor of war services in the War 
CounciL k ~ 

Forthcoming meetings In this 
area, at which panels of experts 
will answer questions and give 
advice to inen about to Son ui^i- 
forms, and to their w^es and 
parents are as follows: 

South, Southeast, S0uthw«8t 
District: Mondays, Jui^ 26 t^ 
July 24— August 28, Brift Haijte 
Junior High School, 9301 south 
Hoover street; Thursdays, July" 6 
—August 3, Manual Arts Hijjh 
School, 41^1 south Ventront ave- 
nue. 'I 

Eastside and Central; Avenue 
District:, "JSuesdays, Juiie 27 ! — 
July 25 — August 22, iioosevelt 
High School, 450 south Fick^tt 
street. 


to a padtod: iuMiae all 
af toiiooh Taeaday, ivid .wtth 
only h few minittM nest hetatn 
tile 6fowi started pourihg: Jn 
f(H';t|ie Ms July Foaxm piatr^ 


Jimmy and Jolias, 
tBree J*s, as well as the "Big 
ThrM" in the niffht club world, 
toond. flic^ way to the conch 
fM^ja brief rest period. 
The hoU^y and th^ two days 


before the holiday Iwas hard on 
the three "J's". Trying to 
please thoBsadds of people ik 
three dsys* is s hard Job for 
any one. Try ib spine tiitne and 
see for yourself. 




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Biffidloird 


the highly successful dance 
which they gave some time ago. 

Featuring a democratic con- 
test to name a "Miss Copy Girl" 
of 1944, in which all guild mem- 
bers are entitled to enter a candi- 
date, the dance will be enlivened 
by the music provided by Art 
Whiting and his orchestra. 

Scheduled for July 29 at the 
Elks Hall, the dance will feature 
entertainment and door prizes. 


There is between my will 

and all offences 
A guard of patience. 

— SHAKE^PE. 


'ARE. 


COLORS HAIR 

. -^ JET BLACK 




mc* •ovular at at • I 

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-No, pe're not, gonna bore you 
fea4» with highlights from the 
leadi^es of the Gipson wedding 
'ofce^from the hoys ift' liie back 
rJDom of the Eagle: "Thank Good- 
nessi"), instead we're gonna let 
you ii* on what we think is the 
hottest discovery since radium! 
So, to] get down to facts, here's 
e feature communique 6t the 
'eek:| - 1 . 

Nexf time you're out to Joe 
:orrisf New Club Plantation 
club. Cast your glimmers in the 
(^irectibn of the bandstand, and 
cop a r gander at the handsome 
young cat in the saxophone sec- 
tion iiiaTne.d Kirtland Bradford. 
Youican't miss him. He's; a lit- 
tle fekow. Wears glasses^ and 
always has a smile on his be- 
^peckljed pan. Well, just in case 
you're! sitting on the edge, of 
our ^hair waiting for the sec- 
ond {Paragraph to begin, we'll 
jell y^ii a little about Kirtland 
ttadfdrd. j 

Hotblews the h o 1 1 f s t; alto 
soxoobono in tho businessi 
ThotTi tokiag in a lot ef torri- 
torrrfin view of tha fact that 
Dewiiboot MoscBlno (whos.a 
I opii^^Diis I rospoct moro than 
' somii|irbat) rolo him only on 
I a par with Johnny Hedgsis. of 
' .Dttka ElUnfrten's b<aid. 
i Johnny Hodges, you'll know if 
Vou'res up on yotir musician's, 
has been top man when it comes 
to tooting an alto for the past 
ten years. But take it from sn 
overworked, underfed niteclub 
editor^ Mrs. HOdges little boy, 
Johnny, is living- on a leputa- 
tian! [Kirtland Bradford plays 
more mom than anybody in the 
business. Anybody that is, that 
we've [heard. • '^\,: V- i- 

j His jtone is deep, rotiM i^dlas 
*ilear ias a bail. His intiricate 
jrifiEs land piston - like rapiiflty 
^henjit comes to manipulating 
the keys will send you wherever 
jilt Js ihepcats go whoi they're 
" ^nt! \ ■' I ' 

Hw ploys a fUnr lass honu 
Nov* missing a note. And as 
snroloB tfaoio aio foor s^s la 
Mississippi,* tba nq^o of Xirt- 
landf Bradfocd will go down In 
tho hall ei fame as top man 
la tie saxophone seetiob 
He t is just beginning to get 
the itcogrltion his playing .de- 
serves. : 

"Th^re ai-e other musician* in 
the Jimmie Lunceford ba|nd — 
stars! in their own right iSut 
this tommonique Is about ~Sirt- 


'Ificbdemus :; Y^iies a Musical poinedy; 
Has Prominent Writer Interested In |t 


Nicodemus, the hilarious co- *" 
median who, as you probably 
knoW by this time, made such 
a terrific hit in the movie FOL- 
LOW THE BOYS, has completed 
a Musical Comedy called 'What 
A Night!" From Comedian to 
Author is a long jump in any 
man's doubletalk. But from all 
indications, Nicodemus (wliose 
real name is Horace Stewart) 
made the leap with the greatest 
ol ease. j ' 

Nicodemus, who is one of Hol- 
lywood's most outstandingiyoung 
comics, at least has one "angel" 
interested in his book. The gen- 
tleman in question who, like me, 
believe in the books possiHilities, 
is Henry Blankford. Already he 
Is dickering for the Duke of 
Ellington to do the show. 

With Henry B 1 a n k f ox d as 
"angel and backer"; Nicodemus 
as writer, and the Duke in the 
leading jole, It can't miss for 
hitting. i-: 


Mafe Caitf ^ Jeep 
Pays OH WHb Hi)nor 

AIR FORCE, SoAth Pac^ic. — 
Originality displayed 1.11 the 
modeling of any Army Jeep 0,i- 
ton truck) In his sparg time 
has captured main honors for 
Private George Carr,-2(n East 
Walnut street, Des Moines, Iowa, 
in an "Ingenuity Contest" spon- 
^red by the American Bed ^ross 
in New Caledonia.) .■■ 

Private Carr, aHtmckli driver, 
with a Quartermaster Trucking 
Company of the 13th AAF Serv- 
ice Comma n d, fashioned his 
model vehicle out of metal 
scraps and \vrccked airplanes, ' 

The model took two prizes in 
the Red Crosa event, being 
judged first for both originality 
and workmanship.; private Carr 
worked in his spare moments for 
many, weeks to emiaplete the job, 
en~ploying Only a soldering iron, 
pliers, tin cutters, i {He and a bit 
of .palnt^'-:^ -, M^ ,, y 
V. , - 4U V ;;. — ■ — ■ 


Mrs. SteWam's Mubic 
Pupilrlnmi; 
ToVacatidn nLA. 


DENVER, Colo.— )\. large audi- 
ence greeted what might be the 
final recital of [Mrs.; Dovie Stew- 
ard's music class Thursday eve- 
ning, Jun^ 29, 1 at Zion Baptist 
Church at 8:15j o'cl^k, and^ ac- 
claimed the event p[ cllmrfr'of 
seven years of demonstrations 
and recitals which (?ntailed; some 
of^the youngesi mtisic pupils to 
be°seen in this ^ecti<^n. 

The program revealed that 
some of the children, who seven 
years ago appeared': as three and 
four-year-old beglniiers, had ear- 
ly achieved an i unusual mastery 
of the techniqujs arid interpreta- 
tion of good music. 

Neon W.Stewpird,iher husband, 
has resigned ai executive secre: 
tary of the Gljenatm branch 
YMCA and leaves for Los An- 
geles aix<ut August:!, 


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land , Bradford, ipid no other 
saxophone players name should 
be mentioned in tlie same breath 
with Kirtland Bradford's. . 
He isn^ good— he!i gn«t! , 




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Friends Ambulance 
Unit Doing Relief 
Work In Ethiopia 


For a year and a half a sec- 
tion of the Frends Ambulance 
Unit in London has been doing 
medical relief work in Ethiopia. 
The suggestion that the Friends 
Ambulance Unit should send a 
party to Ethiopia was first taken 
up by the War Office in London, 
but negotiations lapsed when the 
country passed from the admin- 
istration of the Occupied Enemy 
Terri,tory Administration, and 
Ethiopia became, ah Independent 
state, under the direct control of 
the emperor. 

However, in the spring of 1942 
the emperor fbr a party of' forty 
an invitation [was received from 
unit members;. The section got 
away hi varipus small parties, 
the first arriviiig in Addis In Au- 
gust, 1942, and the remainder be- 
fore Christmas of that year. 

Since then, certain reinforce- 
ments have reached them, in- 
cluding five doctors, a teach* 
and, an architect to worlfc und« 


12, for ttiis gala affair. 

Th^ pfiqes of membership* «r« 
50 cents for persons from 16 to 
21 years of age and one dollar 
for persons 21 to 25 or ov». • 

Lou Victor's Revusical ipf 
Begins Rehearsal Today ; 

With Clarence Muse dlted5ng,_ 
the "4 and 20 Blackbirds" levye, ' 
under the supervision* of. Louis 
Victor, will go into rehearsal to-^ 
day at Music Town Hall. • . 

The show is being booked for, 
Broadway, and will make- its, 
initial debut at a SaA Hripoisco 
theatre. Choice parts Will go to 
Dorothy Dohegan, with the 
Sweethearts of iRhythm ail*glrl 
ork coming In fte .JSpbtUght 
honors with their 'iwingy 
rhythms. ' ' -,.■ 


NEGRO 


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StttdgbtoB Up cad Fly Bight | tionary War, until the I9th cen- 

Soid tlM MMitey to th* Buxsaid. i tury. 

. Swooner-Crooner . . . Nat: Officer Wilmer Bratton, depilty 
"King" Cole is the new VOICE ! Sheriff, assigned as a bailiff In 
that is causing jjirls to swoon. ! the Superior Court of Judge Geor- 
They now have him In the big! gia Bullock, is winning many 
Btwes Just to sign his records. ' friends for Sheriff Biscailuz by 
Nat has come a long way from his conduct. He is a good police 


ing Mabel 
WilUtar On a 
GradeABill 


the Warwick Hall on 47th street 
In Chi. HU Columographer, Alice 
Keyes, failed to include Malcolm 
B. ^mith and the writer in her 
account o£ the rise of the King. 


officer. This writer is the* other 
fellow who is in the same capac- 
ity. This was brought about by 
Sheriff Biscailuz, Under-Sheriff 
A. C. Jewel, Lt. Charies Wright 


We held ministerial posts under I Judge Bullock and Judge John 


His iMaJesty. 

ynLUAM FAtrLKNER IS , 
TOP KAN IN POLICE 

William Faulkner is top man 
in the Sheriffs office. He holds 
the rank of Corporal, and is ver>' 
active in the Elks and other 
gfpupsT He is doing his bit by 
beiiif a raemb«r of the O.P.A. 


Beardsley. Judge Beardsley first 
had Arthur Adams, who resigned 
to study law and aid Floyd Cov- 
ington of the Urban League. Next 
James Polk, who is now an offi- 
cer with the L.A.P.D. 

It is good to remember that 
Judges Georgia Bullock and John 
Beardsley both nominated "Ne- 
, groes to the County Grand Jury 


Xation Board 5:4a He gives Ws Mrs. Charlotta A. Bass, editor and 


time— FREE It se«ms tfaat we 
may have three new stars in our 
flar— If andwhen Alaska, Ha- 
waii and Puerto Rico ire given 
ctatehood. If this happens, those 
Americans who cling to Ante Bel- 
lurn prejudices may find they 
may have to adjust themselves 
to a nation without racial and 
rtUffious preJTidice. 
All AMSnCAN CLESGT GIVES 
A CHRISTIAN VIEW 
The very Christian and true 
American attitude on the part of 
th^ Methodist Conference to re- 
solve that loyal American Japs 
be returned to the evacuated 
areas, on the same basis as other 
Americans and aliens of other 
countries, is to be commended. 
Sometimes, it takes a great deai 
of courage to publicly uphold the 
Bill Of Rights, especially when 
the country is at war wth the 
nations from which these people 
ar^ descended. This sameatti- 
utde prevailed against the naur- 
■lized British by the native 
Americans following the Revolu- 



MGM celebrates 20 year* of screoi ■ 
leadaihip with another Ta!ent-Tow>ing 
Trtumph— "Bathing Beauty". 

***•*•' 1 

It's ■way above everything! In Beautv! 
In Spectacle! In Bands! In Songs! In 
Technicolor! ^ 

•'■^ •*• * ♦ 
What a shDwl The fun of it— is Red 
Skelton! He'« the screen's greatest 
down! The beauty of it— is Esther 
Williams! She'll make you dream— 
abouther- * ^ * ^ 

The thrill, the sur- 
prise, the joy of it- 
M yours," 



"Bifhing Beauty" sets 

aa exciting new fashion 
', in film Water Cami\'als— 
, and glorious summer en- 

tertairmient! It's the 
•coolest— and biggest— 

•how on water! 


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big— you have to see it to 
befiere it! I 

• ♦ • ♦ * 

I Jiunp with Harry Junes and his Music 
.Makers. Sway with Xavier Cugat and 
•his Orchestra. Hear Helen Forrest sin( 
•"I Cried For You", the sensationa 
t* voice of Carlos Ramirez, Ethel Smith 
' swing theiorgan— and Lina Romay! 
'. > * * ♦ 

' YouH Me Giris! Girls! Girls! and Giris! 

*•*••• 
>Cosi« en in. The show's fine— and 
, dandy— and wonderful! 


publisher of this newspaper and 
Robert Hargrove respectively. 

Man About Town — Norman 
Allison is now head of his own 
money exchange down at First 
and San Pedro. Amos Black is 
going great guns with his ex- 
servicemen club and rendezvous 
in the same neighborhood. He is 
author of what he calls "The 
Black Plan» for ex-service men. 

Pigmeat Markham, who I shall 
always believe was the origina- 
tor of the Zoot suits and the lit- 
tle strut. peculiar to that elass of 
young Americans, says he is the 
Mayor of 5th Street. We saw Pig- 
meat wear baggy trousers back 
in 1934 on the stage of the Ap- 
pollo theatre in Harlem. 

To mention First street without 
mentioning the more or less of- 
ficial mayor of Bronzeville would 
be an affront Leonard Christ- 
mas, chain hotel owner, is Pres 
ident of the Bronzeville Chamber 
of Commerce. Charles Broady. | 
manager of a cocktail bar and 
hotel, and retired police officer, 
must be the Chief of Police of I 
Bronzeville. Officer Joe Gibson, j 
one of Biscailuz' little boys, is 
Commissioner of Police of ! 
Bronzeville. ! 

MRS. JESSIE TERRY 
WOMAN OF THE WEEK 

Mrs. Jessie Terry is our candi- 
date for this week as one of the 
outstanding women of Los An- ' 
geles who has and is doing com- j 
mendable work. She is an asset I 
to her commuity, city, state, na- 
tion and race. Her son, Lt. Frank 
Terrj", is in India leading his 
black platoon against the enemy. 
Her daughter, Beulah, is a hos- 
tess at an army post and has 
the rating of a second Lt. Her ' 
eldest daughter, Juanita. add^ 
her brains and beauty to the War 
Housing office under supervision ' 
of Fay JackMn. 1 

Mr. Terry is busy in War Con- 
struction. Mrs. Terry was ap- ' 
pointed to the Housing Authoritj' 
by Mayor Fletcher Bowron a few j 
years ago. Mrs. Terry has done ; 
a good job and has nlade hun- i 
dreds of people happy. If you ' 
wish to submit a candidate for I 
"woman of the week," do so by : 
writing or phoning the writer at ' 
5013 Wall Street, 11, ADams 7010. j 
This is Earl J. Morris, Eugene I 
Biscailuz' little boy playing po- ' 
liceman. who tells you that "Rea- I 
son and Sanity have a hard I 
struggle with Emotions and i 
Vanity." - I 



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^ Crfionii* Eagle, Tliwraday, July i, t»44 




-IS 


tile Lincoln 





'ijas 


"44" Inyasion Bail 
To Aid Bias Fight 


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By JUUE OOVAL 

He's done it again!! Proving 
again that there is a nimble, 
imaginative and versatile mind 
in our midst, Leonard Reed has 
again produced another one of 
his hilarious and entertaining 
shows at the, Lincoln Theatre 
playhouse. New twists, new 
ideas, and novel cosuming com- 
bine to make a refreshingly dif- 
ferent stage offering. "Follow 
the Leader," a skit which the 
amazing Lennie leads himself, 
will keen you in stitches. "Death 
of the Blues." the finale, will 
have you rolling in the aisles. 
Is there no limit to this man's 
talents? He can dance, sing, i 
cofftpose lyrics — design settings 
— in fact, he's a whole show In 
himself. One could go on ad 
infinitum about his various and 
varied talents. " ' 

Every week, one can be sure 
of a really good show and out- 
standing artists — ^the best that 
can be obtained. Gladys Palmer, 
the tantalizing pianist e. Is, a 
unique personality and makes a 
strong bid for favoritism. The 
show also boasts Clarence Ellis, 
always a crowd pleaser, and 
.Tohnny Talbert, singer of roman- 
tic songs. 
i The current offering of the 
Lincoln plaverr starring Laur? ' 
i Bowman, Monte Hawley, Sybil 
' Lewis and J i r m i e Basquette. 
1 "Who Is Guilty," will have you i 
i laughing and hysterical, b\ 
turns. The public is clamorin" 
; for bigger and better shows, and 
4 by golly, that's just what they'ie 
getting at the Lincoln Theatre 
It has the best chorus line In th 
city, and all the accoutremenls 
and frou-frou that go to make 
up a good stage offering. 
The orchestra, under the baton 
I of Bardu Ali, seems to have 
i taken a new lease on life, and 
I swings out with the best of them 
The Lincoln truly h^s a triple 
threat show — a chorus that has, 
, beauty and can really dance t 
i dramatic players who can reallj ' 
[ act, with the best of them, and 
an orchestra that can really 
please with- hot or sweet music. 
All of this, combined with two 
double feature screen -offerings, 
giye the best entertain ment 
value in the city. Don't say I 
didn't tell you! 

Ne.xt week, the Lincoln Thea- 
tre is proud to announce that 
the inimitable Mable Scott, the 
sensation of "Sweet 'N Hot," will 
star on the Lincoln Theatre 
stage. Also appearing will be 
the Flennoy Trio, Freddie Gordon, 
and an enviable cast' of stage 
artists. On the screen, "Once 
Upon a time," starring Cary 
Grant and Janet Blair, is co- 
featured with "The Girl In the 
Case," featuring Edmund Lowe j 
and Janis Carter. Flash! Don't j 
fail to see the Lincoln players, I 
Laura Bowmap, Monte Hawley, 
Sybil Lewis, apd Jimmie Bask- 
ette in the new thriller, "Are 


A committee to fight discrim- ; 
ination in the armed forces wiU' 
i I has la real iBtjfle thai' }^ set give a "44" Invasion ball at the 
i him apart from any number of | home of T»r. N. A. Fearoncfe, 

^""^ ^r^^^^J^X'l^^^- ^^^ P^-- on Satu^iay. 
rhythms carry a good beat, ar,dj*v«»^8> "^^V 22 . 
he plays in a soft, mellow vein. Featuring the Boogie rhythm? 
He formerly handled the piano of i'Count" O r v i 1 1 e and his - 
chores for brother Fletcher when ! swdngsational drchestra, the 
that band appeared at the Plan- 1 dance wil combine an evening 
tatio^ Glub here. A native of 'of {Measure with a program dedi- 
Chickgo, he is well knoWn in cated to full democracy for every 


ling- 


piani>. 


musical circles from Maine to 
Mexico. I 

Yes, as pianist - arranger for 
Lena Home, h% has a go^ job. 

It^» nice work — and he's got it! 


Sid" t^H Is In SdB 
Kick|ttli!liieilili& 


ONXUVCOLN STAGE— Mabel Scott, Inimitable sensation of th^ 
mnsicAI hit, "Sv^eet 'n Hot," will augment the sta^e offering at 
tthe Lincoln lliestre on ne3ct week's bill, Also to be seen will 
be the Flennoy [Trio, ; Freddie Gordon, and an enviable cast ot 
stage artists. 



slap- 
Sim- 


For years one of Swingflom's* 
top druinmers, and formerly fea- 
tured with the Louis Armstrong 
orchestra, Sid Catlett, familiarly 
known as "Big Sid," has inyaded 
/ Hollywooc" and takefn |^at aiagjc 
city by storroi 

A quartet at star-s'tudde^ niu 

sicians (paced by the bass 

ping of the popular Johnny 

mons) forms the nucleus of this 

swihgy little group that is fast 

becoming the rage of Hollywood. 

Replacing Dorothy Donpgan, 
the classical svjiriging pjanist 
who was called hom to Ch|icago 
at the bedside of her ailing 
father. Big Sid and his qti^et 
Of solid senders will hold jfiffth 
at the famed Hol^-wood Street 
nttery for the next twenty-six 
weeks. ! ' 

Some mighty nice mUsic oom^ 
out of this band — sounding very 
much as though the Sid Catlett 
Quartet has the right ideas, and 
a bright future. 

Featured at the Streets of Paris 
also, along with the Catlett 
group, is the Eddie .South Trio. 
Eddie, as if you didn't, know, is 
one of the country's best Violin- 
ists. Swingingly speaklngi that 
is. 

With Catlett and South oii the 
same job, the joynt rocks. 

You can believe that! x, j, 

■/ — ■■ — ^ I H 

God has endowed man ' with 
Inalienable rights, among which 
are self-government, reason, and 
and conscience. 

—MARY BAKER EDDY. 


the Parents Guilty?" 



P.S. Don't torget 
it's Technicolor! 
Above all, don't 
forjet to buy War 
Boodt!All>ouean! 


Cozy Cole U Signed 
>^ For 2 More Months 

NEW YORK. N. Y.— Cozy Cole. 
the dynamic sepia drum star, 
lias had his original six week 
contract as stellar attraction in 
the current show at 52nd Street's 
Onyx Club renewed for an ad- 
ditional eight week period, and 
iwill continue doubling from 
Billy Rose's "Carmen Jones" at 
the Broadway Theatre into the 
Onyx. 

Cozy's box office draw has 
been enhanced by recent guest 
shots on the Kate Smith Hour 
an dthe NBC "Hall of Fame," 
and a dozen of his new swing 
discs that have hit the market. 



"Christmas Holiday'' 
Is Deanna Durbin's 
First Heavy Drama 


Transferring Somerset Maugh- 
am's novel "Christmas Holiday" 
to the screen provides Deanna 
Durbin. with her first heavy dra- 
matic role. "Christmas Holiday," 
now playing at the United Artists 
Theatre, 933 Sruth Broadway, 
downtown Los, Angeles, stars 
Deanna Durbin and Gene Kelly 
with a capable supporting cast 
which includes Richard Whorf, 
Dean Harens, Gladys George, 
Gale Sondergaard and David 
Bruce. 

This is 8 tragic love story. 
Deanna Durbin an'd Gene Kelly 
are dramatically well mated in 
the (.ense and absorbing narra- 
tive of a rathernaiye New Eng- 
land girl who marries a decadent 
son of an old Louisiana family 
and a psychoneurotic mother. 

The son kills a bookie and is 
sent to prison. "The mother, 
shielding the boy, charges the 
young wife wth having been 
wholly responsible for the son's 
tragic trouble. Kelly escapes from 
the pen with the intention of 
killing his wife. 


IFOBT HVACH^CA MOTHEBr-Hrs. liHie Baker of Los An- 
geles Is the mother of the formed' "Our Gang Comedies" starj 
Pvt. Eugene Jadcson, who is both a good and weU-Uked soMler 
at Fort Bnadiaca, Arizona. For :S^ years Pvt. Jackson has 
starred in pictures, having started hisi career at the age of seven. 
He was Inducted in the Army in Anzil, 194S. U adAiSon to jdc- 
:tures like "Peni-od and Sam" and'ljncle Tom's Cabin," Pvt, 
Jackson has be*n featured In "Cimarron," "St<Mmy Weather.l, 
Stage Door Ointeen,'! "Sweet Rosi^ O'Grady" and others. 

Wliel Pearl Harbor was bombed on December '7, 1941^ 
Eusehie Jaickson' was standing mi a Honululu. rooftop -watching 
the gyrations of the attacking Jap fleet. He worked at rescnlqgi 
,the wonnded and entir^^ped and directed the first i"bIaok-ent 
show"; given in ^awiUi during the dreadful week follbwlng the 
disaster, i j . J . 

iNt. Jackson's army chores eon^t of Special Service Divl" 
jsion work; he participates in all of the camp entertainments- 


PIP 
THE OHlY ONE Of ITf KIND IN TOWN!- 


Barbecued Meatt Of AU Kinds 


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COMING ATTRAaiONS 
CLUBPLflMllTION 

~ l«7th and Ceatfal Ave. 

May 18th ...InUrnat'l Sweethearts 

Jtun* 15th Jimmie Luneeferd 

August 13th 

_ ..'Tiny'Bradshaw and Lit Qreen 

September 7th Count BAsie 

October 5th...Eart "Father"" Hinea 

Earl Hinea Erakina Hawkina 

Lucky Mlllinder... Lionel Hampton 

The Plantation club ii the 
home of "Name" banda. The ' 
beat in muaic for your liatcn; 
ing and dancing pleaaur*. 




— irS THB-^ 


FpR T^PS IN__ENTERTAIHME|4T 

CLUB 


CASABUNCA 


12800 SO. SAN PEDRO ST. I 
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MAHt The Magniftcer SCOTT 

iWE TT" OF THE "SWEaBT W HOT" SHIOW 
tS HEB FDCST BKEAKFAS'T CaUJB AFPBASAMCai; 

Plui The Swingy Rkphnu of ^the 

LORENZO. PLENIi40Y l^ltlO^ 

Breakiast "iooodlei" to Sa»«^ flte Appetite 
"KUk. Dot" MqG^ Omwr. 

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IS THE TOWWS'TOP CaAMTEOSB.''-' 


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fighting man in the armed serv- 
ices . 

Outstanding members of the 
entertainment profession have 
promised to drop in during the 
evening to do their bit for the 
worthwhile purpose of the dance. 

CadefTramiiil^^^ 
For Local Youths 


?BOTSSTS DISCBARGB OF 
WAR DEPARTMENT CLERK 

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— In a re-; 
■cent statement to Secretary of j 
WarStimson, the Southerij Negro ; 
Youth Congress asked for Ithe re- 
instatement of Mrs. Gladys Ran- 
■dolph Thomas, War Depajrtment 
employee, who was recently dis- 
charged on the suspicion of 
"being a Communist or Associ- 
ating wdth coniimunism." I 


KEESLER FIELD, Biloxl, Miss. 
— Former residents of Loi 
Angeles, 'calif., who have re- 
ported at this unit of the Army 
Air i Forces Training Command, 
include: - , 

Pyt. Robert C. Loganr son of 
Mr^ Albert Miller, 1186 East 
42nd place apd Noble L. North- 
em, foster son of Mrs. Carrie 
B. McLowan, 987 East Santa 
Barbara. J > 


VOGUE THEATRE 

1605 EAST VEENON 
ADams 7757 


WED, THUBS., July 5-« 

"Klondike Kate" 

Ann Savage, Tern Neal 
and 

'Beautiful But Broke" 

Joan Davis 


FEL, SAT., July t* 

"Tite Ghost Tliat Walks 
Aione" 

Arttior Lake, Jbnis Cai 

"Arizona Wliirlwind" 

Bob Steele, Ken Maynara, 
^ Hoot GUmoB 


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SUN'., ^ON., TUE8. 
Jniy Sl-10-11 

"Saliara'^ 

Humphrey' Bogart, 
B«x Ingram 

"Tlie Sultan's Daujilit^ 

Tim and Irene tixA' ] 
Charles Botterworth ' 


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CENTRAL AT 43rd j I ADaim 3341 

The \Only Theatre Wifh Easy Chair Loget 

Jidy 6, 7, 8 


Tliars.. Fri., Sat 

SHOW OPENS S P. M. DAILY 
THE BEAST WOMAN HALIVTS THE :NIGHT ANEW! 
SfMONEJ SIMON— KEN SMITH 

THE cuESE m^rm cat PEOPir 

f'SHOW" BUSINESS" I 

With EDDIE CANTOR— NANCY KEUiV 


Snn., Mon., Tnes., Wed. 


SHOW lOPENS 2 P. M. DAILY 


July •.U. U, U 


COME TICKLE YOUR FUNNY BONE 
DONALD O'CONNOR— PEGGY RYAN in 

fTHISIS THE UFE" 

., J' — ALM — 

"ACTION IN ARABIA" 

(With GEO. SANDERS— VIROtNIA BRUCE 
. tWEN 'S^ LIVES jOLD FOR HER KISSES 

luY"i"iOMw'"T6oAY^ 

FOR THINGS VOUWJLL WANT TOMORROW 


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SAVOY The^tr 

IyOUR family TrtEATRd 
Central at S4th St. CE.Z^ 

Show Start* t:30 
Cefltinuout Sat. and Sun. fr«hili:3tt 
i LOUtS M. WHITE, Mgr. 


FiL, Sat. 

*XHILD 


Ady 7-8 
■RIDE** 


A Saxational Story •< th« ; 
Meuntaiiv Pcepia-^Don't Min It 

"HEY. ROOKIE" 

. with Ann BOlIw — 

Hal Melntyre Qrdi. 

Plui 

GMtoon— "Hiss and Mate Up* 

Chapter S— "Tiger WonMn" 


SuL, Mob., Toes., Jnly 9-1^11 

•X&ftH G»L** ji^ 

■baatiW TacW^lar. 

lita Hayworth— G«n* K«H^ 
'W* Dar* You to Sea 
Lady and tha Menate^ 
Plu* Bugs Bunny— 
What'a Ccokifi' p««? 


Wl«^ IShars. JiOsr U-IS 

Xhb AuMest things hivpea 
UB-Ia IMmTb Boom. 
"^ Wmbm af Ac luftT 

With' tha SUra' af "StaoMa^^" 
Clair* Trevor — Albert Deckfr 

iCarteon— FIN AND CATTV 
' Ala* NOVELTY, | 


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iUr tONDS TOVAYIi 

1 War Thina* You WWiWant 
Temerr*i«irII 


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UNGOLN TBE|tT|[E 

23rd and Centrill * 


Qm^ Week 


ADams 3511 
Starting ^mljf 7 


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JFREDDIE GORDON 

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MONTE HAWLEY 
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'Are the Parents Giiilf^ 

Stirring Drama Hit 


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Georgia Marches On! 
Rear— Alone! 



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ATLANTA, Ga.— New curbs on 
union ,orgtn"5zatfon were placed 
In MlUedfeville. Ga., when 8. E. 
Stamcs, field reprea«ntative of 
the United Steel Workers of 
America, (CIO), was sentenced 
to pay a fine of $150 or serve 
nine months on the public works 
S*nc under a newly passed city 
ordinance curbing union organi- 
zational activlt>. 

Th* ordincmc* placM a $5,000 
te* upon liceiMss to *'orgcmix« 
•mpleTc a* of any •mploTer ia- 
te any group, OMOciotiaa, 
ptmbiihlp, aedctr tt tialoB." 
ObIos orgaaiasra must f irat i^e 
Ml oppUcotton tot a pMsUt 
wltk th* mayor or dty eoua- 
(tUflMB bcior* tb«y caa b^gia 
thtlr 0T9dalsatl«iua work. 

Stamea' attonteys immediately 
paid the fine and appealed the 
caaa. They stated they were pre- 
paLred to take the case to the 
U. S. Supreme Court, should the 
Georgia court uphold the ordi- 
nance.^ 

Morris Milgram, National Sec- 
retary of the Workers Defense 
League, called the MilledgevUle 
-ordinance an "outrage" and "a 
flagrant violation of the civil 
rights inherent in the Constitu- 
tion." He stated that the Work- 
ers Defense League was pre- 
pared to file an amicus curiae 
brief if the case goes to the U. S. 
Supreme Court. 


I have been more and more 
convinced, the more I think of 
it, that, in' general, pride is at 
the bottom of all great mistakes. 


Under Fire it 15 
He Is diit Ifl 
Army at Sixteen 


WASHINGTON, D. C.— Ju»t 
turned 1« yean «rf age, Private 
Clyde Johnson, Jr., of 312 Dixon 
Court, S. W., Washington, D. C, 
has already been "baptiaed" by 
fire in Italy. Now be is back in 
the United SUtes - awaiting dis- 
charge because of his youth. 

Private Johnson has been over- 
seas since August ^ 1943, with 
an aviation engineer depot, 
where he drove a truck. He was 
under fire at Beri, Taranto and 
Foggla, Italy. 

"Bombs exploded so close to 
me that twice I was knocked 
down by concussion," he said. 
"One time at Foggia a sniper 
put a bullet right through the 
windshield of my truck, but I 
was lucky and didn't get 
scratched. 

Private Johnson entered the 
service March 3, 1943, and was' 
16 on January 13, 1944. 
the Ministry of Education. 


i-•^.i^:vi^ 



DOfSNT MAY'S 

COMPLEXION 

AAAKEHER 

LOOKOLOf 


Careful attention to your face eao save 
you from words that take the joy out 
of life. For greater beauty . . . in jnak- 
isg your complexion lighter, do this . . . 
arouse itwith lUack and White Bleach- 
ing Craam. Son becomes fairer, softer 
and lovelier. Blackheads loosen. Dull 
^oter.sldn dean off. Caution: Use only 
aa directed. 25^ and BOi tizea at all 
toilet counters. Always be sure to get 
Black and White Bleachiag Cream. 


Tfie Urban League Is 
Looking for Trained 
Social Agency Aids 

NEW YORK, N. Y.— The Na- 
tional Urban League for Social 
Service Among Negroes is seek- 
ing men and women with train- 
ing and experience in various 
fields of social work to fill po- 
sitions which are available in 
Urban League affiliates and in 
other social work agencies 
throughout the country. 

There are opportunities for per- 
sons with training and experi- 
ence in community organization, 
industrial relations, social work 
administration, and group work. 

Interested persons should make 
application to the Bureau of Vo- 
cational Guidance, National Ur- 
ban League, 1133 Broadway, New 
York City (10) New York. 



Theae^.jS. Sicial CJorps ^pbvtes, taken m a bas Ahead in Notthen .France •aJ'tuM 4, dMV Ameiieaa N« m soldifrs kK» |parti«ipated in the invasion civug assistance t« irouaded TankK, la i^hota 
at left a Negro soldier ijendsj a ha^d to another Amcriean by picking bits of metal' fTon his face. SauMs like tka van sinDBon ta the HtfMiV'l'L At tight, a .Tank we«a4*4 duiiag tha inttial 
against Hitler's Fortress Europe iii being lifted into aa anbulanee , for transfer to a field hoapitaL 



"Stop 

Needless 

Suffering'* 

BACKACHE 

and 

JOINT 
PAINS 


Are successfully treated by 
oar modem scientific methods. 

COMPLETE 

CHIROPRACTIC 

SERVICE 

In many case* wonderful re- 
snlttfare obtained after the 
first treiiment. 

Feet Disabilities 
Corrected 

Reducing Baths 

take oft inches aad M to 40 
poonds safely and quick ?y. 
Come In now. 

CE. 2-7621 

Dr. Frank G.Zefar,D.C> 

Lady Attesdairt 

'4803 So. Central Ave. 
Hours: 10 to 7 P. M. 


Branch Presents 
''Negro Soldier" 

NEW YORK^ N. Y.— The "Ne- 
gro Soldier" film was presented 
to an appreciative audience 
Monday at the 137th Street 
YMCA as part of the nationwide 
campaign activities of the. New 
York Branch NAACP. 

John Griggs Jr., president; H. 
Maude Turner, financial secre- 
tary and Mildred Dennis, re- 
cording secretary, were respon- 
sible for the entertainment and 
program which followed. 


DR. KAUFMAN 

Fntonally— 24 Hoar Service 
Nite CaU (Specially) VA. 0211 
This ndaute, If yoa don't feel 
weQ, a doetor will be at your 
hbnM la SO minotea. Any time 
daring nlghf or day. CaU the 
Doetor how. VA. 0211. 


END MISERY! 

BON'T LET THE 
CVRSE OF IRINK 



dflve yeur lefed ones t« 
aa MMf it*T» or spoil 
•oar ehanee* for Monar. Happlnau, 
Health and Suoe«ta. 'Wilto ta ta* x&aa 
wbe kaews hew w teeak the whisker 
(pell. Write — ^tell me your problem, 
l^nroK. PX). Bex Ml- HiHlTweed. 
CalUonia. 

NEWTON. P.O. Box 861-W, 
I Hollywood. Calilornla. 


Negro Jewish Unity 
Was Stressed at 
Recent "Saluted' 


By Solomon Harper 

New York... (Calvin's News 
Service) . . . The increasing nece- 
slty of unity between Negro and 
of Jewish people to fight, hack 
race hatred and discrimination 
against mlnoaities wilt be sym- 
bolized by the posthumous pre- 
sentation of Scrolls in honoif of 
Dorrie Miller and Meyer Levin, 
Negro and Jewish heroes ; of 
World War II at the 'Negro 
Salute to the Fighting Jewsi of 
Europe" by the American Com- 
mittee of Jewish Writers, Artists 
and Scientists, Inc. of which 
professor Albert Einstelh is Hon- 
orary President. I 

SponsoM of the ''Salute" who 
paid tribute to these two as a 
symbol of the many thousands 
of soldiers and sailers who 
have fallen, and of these stiU 
fighting on all BaftlefroBts 
for the cause of democracy 
against fascism and |yraii!|7. | 
This "Salute,", unprfecedetited 
in history, demonstr|ited | unr 
ity between the Negro and 
Jewish peoples in their commori 
efforts to achieve the Four 
Freedoms and the Nejv Bill of 
Rights as proposed by jPresi^en 
Franklin D. Roosevelt] 
SPONSORS 

Honorary Sponsors of the af- 
fair are: Mary McLeodp Bethune^ 
Paul Robeson, Judge Hiibert De* 
laney. Judge Jane Bolin, Judge 
Charlie E. Toney, Dr. sChaming^ 
H. Tobias, . Lester G r a n g e r, 
Langston Hughes, Richard' 
Wright, Dr. Max Yergan, Rev. 
Benjamin Richardson, Assembly- 
man William T. Andrews, 
Councilman Ben J. Davis Jr^, Asj- 
semblyman Hulan E. Jack, 
Countee CuUen, Roi Ottley, 
Aubrey Pankey. Kenneth Spen- 
cer, Dr. L.' p. Roddick, Charles 
A. ■ Collins of the Ne^ro Labor 
Victory Committee, Hazel Scott 
and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. 


WFA WUl Um 900 
Wcfst Indian Fann 
Wcirkers Ont West 


WASHINGTON, D.C.— The War 
Fooc^ Administration said today 
that Larrangements have been 
made to bring approximately 900 
workpra to the United States from 
the Barbadoa, British West In- 
dies bolony, for agricultural em- 
ployment during the summer 
and fall months. | , 

Representatives of WPA'a Of- 
fice ^of Labor have gone to 
Bridgetown, the capitol of the 
Barbados,' to recruit the wiorkers. 
All of the 900' are expected to 
arrive in this country about the 
midt^e of June. Present plans 
are to utilize these workers -in 
the Middle West 

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Sei|eant Siinms Gels 
Coibmended As Part 
Of I Crack Outfit 


Gl Stevedores llold 
The Fate of Troops 
In Their Able Hands 


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Of stinauif&ltecl Furniturie 

Old Fnglish-FTf nth & SuiedisTi modetne 


Preview Sf Sale Today, Sunday, of Fine Furniture 
From Beverly Hills, Westwood, Bel' Air Homes 

• S-PC. LOUK XV. SATINWOOD BEDROOM fSM 

# French sofas anb nATHnsi mom 29« 

• SECTIONAL SOFAS (swidish Moonurti 239 

• S-N. DUNCAN PHYFE DININO RO0M ..... I ... . 595 

Swedish Moderne . . . 



Swedish Modem* group «f 5 rooms. 
Used only 6 menm, can hardly be 
told from new. Camplata living reem 
with Swedish Medema left and «k«!r 
f« mafeh. Bleached bedroom s«f 
with box spring and maHret*, twin 
bedroom with box springs and mat- 
h-est. Bleached t-pieca mahooany 
dining reem, Room tiia raot, taoiet, 
lamps and pieturtt te mafen, ittirrert 
and drapes. NoilMflg eli* is buy for 
a cemplefe -five-room heme. 

$14.75 W»ek 


i 18th Century . .. 

Gorgeous eniambie of six rooms ^ in 
beaut^ 18th Century Period sfyle. 
Rieh O^hegany finish in rich fabfic 
Tw« mktthre lounge chairs. Hepfile- 
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STOCKTON, Cal.— Mm. Maggie 
Simtia, 225 So. San Joae, this 
city, received word recently from 
the Air Foftce Command Service, 
somewhere in England, that her 
son, S/Sgt Boyd Simrris who has 
been ^ serving in the European 
Theatre of. operations foir nine 
montfe with the Combat Support 
Wins, crack trticking organiza- 
tion of the Air Service Command, 
is a [member of an outfit that 
has Deen commended for its effi- 
ciency and team spirit in driving 
thftHKh storms and British fog 
to driver goods to advanced 
c(Hnb|ft^atatibns. 

Prior to his induction in 1941; 
S/Sgt. Slmms was employed as a 
mechanic by the Ridgeway Sales 
Company. 


Catyin Shayne Is 
Teiehnieian 5 Ne^l 

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GREENVILLE, PA. — Calvin fT. 
Shayne, husband of Nell Shayite, 
5129 Comptbn Ave., Loe Angeles, 
was , recently promoted fran 
Private to Technician, flQh 
grade at Camp Reynolds, Pa. ' 

T-5 Shayne, who was pre- 
viously employed by the Fibre 
Board Products Inc., has been 
in tl|e service since Augu$t 19, 
1943.1 He is an expert riflesfian. 


It'slasylfYou 
Oncb Get Started 


"Ll^e memberships aren't so 
dlffidult to purchase when you 
plan I to save a certain amount 
toward them each week." That'.s 
whai Dr. H. Gaude Hudson says, 
who>made Ws first payment ef 
$100 toward his life membership 
last jive^. 

"This is dur fight," be s4ys, 
"an(^; when my $500'b paid— I'll 
still |b€ fightmg." 

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A Bigger Battle 
Wi|enltisOvef, I 

"\yhen this war's' tfver we Ne- 
gro* will have an even bigger 
battle— here's rny S2=.50 tt^ help 
marjthall the supplies for that 
elf Mt" . . . and that's the way 
it was aununed up by J. D., a 
bootblack, who would be doing 
an ^en bigger bit for the wor 
effdrt if he had the use of both 

l«g4 , 
He hasn't, so he's keeping shoes 

shined, ears open, and makes 

eve|y contact to help tdvaaee 

the 1 Negro, 


Ci^UAN 


wmUM JUrSERSON MJUOM 
SmtPBISE VUIT 

^EW YORK, N. Y.— Marian 
An(ierson made a surprise visit 
to Ithe recent graduation exer- 
cise of Julia Wand Howe Junior 
Hii^ Schedl. 

hope your hopes will be, 


get 


railzed even if it 


to yoor goal," 


it difficult to 
she' told the 


A F H Q, MEDITERRANEAN 
TKEATER— GI stevedores of a 
U.S. Army, port battalion In North 
Africa hold the fate of a ship and 
its troop«| in their hanils. The 
manner , oif loading and disposi- 
tion of equipment on both freigh- 
ters and :troop ships la | the re- 
sponaibility of these Ne{^ sol- 
diers, i 

If ihe cargo of a ship ihmld 
shift WI^Os at sea. It k d^mwL 
GoaoliiM, shells, wheat, and 
flout^-oU hare to be lea d ed tit 
a rte dol manner t* Inaure ae- 
cutity item explaai«na or earn- 
butstoB. That ia why the work 
•f Utia bottolioB la one eolliag 
for earn and knAwladge. 
These GI stevedores are spe- 
cialists and technicians. They 
have all attended schools fitting 
them for their jobs. 

Although working at the port 
alLday, and even at night when 
needed; the colored personnel of 
this outfit have built one of the 
most attractive carhps in the 
area for - themselves. Starting 
from scratch, they have created 
a modern tent' city? with land- 
scaping, concrete fldors, wiring, 
water, and sewerage facilities. 


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luApri^ Negro Rally 

'"im^ YORK ciry— (O— One 
of the largest liibor uiUons in 
thjs city— United ; Electrical, Ra- 
dlb, Machhie Workers of Amer- 
ica, Dlstrtct with 115,000 Negro 
and white members in N, Y. and 
N. J., has added its unanimous 
endorsement to the Negi-o Free- 
dom Rally which is being given 
at Madison Square Garden, June 
26. The UERMWA, which! is CIO, 
meeting this week at the Essex 
House in Newark, N. J., lodged 
support for the Rally through 
all its locals. 

Speaking for the imion; Ernest 
Tompson, ranking Negro official, 
said thtt "All people must stand 
behind the Negro Freedom Rally, 
to make this one Of the greatest 
mass rallies ever put on by labor 
and progressive groups. In this 
way, we will Serve notice on the 
public that we stand united 
against all enemies." 


Two More Red Cross 
Workers |n England 

I J i ; ' ■ 

WashlnirtonJ d1 C— Safe ar- 
rival In England of two Ameri- 
can Red Cross personoF service 

directors for a«slgnment to 
Negro -stafifed clubs ha? been 
announced by Red Cross nation- 
al headquarters. 

Miss Alice Jkne Carter, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Belle, J. Carter of 
Palo Alto, j Calif., and Columbus, 
Ohio, was] a hospital counselor 
In Columbus before her Red 
■Cross apijointment. She is a 
graduate of East High School 
and Ohio State University, A. B. 
1937. I i ! 

Miss ^yola^ jMay Fambro, 
daughter tft Mrs.! Z^nie Phillip, 
Portag^illie, Mo.,j was assistant 
director of [th* Ci^c Department 
of the Chicago Urban League, 
and previously wa» an instructor 
at the Abfaham Lincoln Center 
in Chicago, ^he is a graduate 
of LeMoyne fcoHfege, Memphis, 
Tenn., A. IB. 1938, and attended 
the Univeijsitj^ of Chicago. 


Sergeant Owens Awarded 
A Good Conduct Medal 


Technical Sergeant, Harold l* 
Owens whose home address Is 
879 E. 41st Placfe, Los Angeles, 
has been awarded a Good CoJT- 
duct Medal on orders from th* 
Commanding Officer at Paine 
Field, Everett, Wiaahington. 

Sergeant Owen*, Whos6 father 
lives in San Diego, entered the 
army in Septembef, 1942, and 
he is a member of the Air Base 
Unit trairting at Paine Field, s 


"Little Enough 
Forthdlutur^" 


"A meinbershli* in the NAACP 
Is little i enough Infestment to 
make in! the Negro's future,"— 
thus sUtied dne little Gold Star 
mother, I jvhose three sons have 
served in South Pacific, European 
and North Africsm war theatres. 

'Xexp^t to be herje when the 
fight will be oii to hold what 
we've gained. M^be I.can't fight 
with words.. ... but niy dollars 
can, help," Sbei told a Waittt 
campaign worke^. Ji 

A man st^ould neve^ be it- 
hamed to own h^ h^ been in 
the, wrong, whidi is but saying 
in other words that hi is wiser 
today than he was yesterday. 


175 "graduates. "I hope you will 
be happy and hkve the best in 
the world 6f what you think U-i 
to be, and that te possible.'*"' 


Cream Aitd $iigar In 
Your Cof feci For 5c 

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Five cents a jcup or pot of hot 
coffee, including cream and 
jugar, willjbe the maximum price 
most eathijg or drinking estab- 
lishments can charge after July 
31, the date when a national 
rest»urant| regulation befcomes 
effective, OPA officials' said to- 
day. 

A charge of more than 5 cents 
per cup or |pot can-* be maide only 
by thoes'l establishments that 
charged a i higher price during 
the seven-day period of October 
4-10, 1942, and wl^ have filed a 
statement to that , effect with 
their local OPA boards. Iced cof- 
fee prices i[em^ln under the April 
4.10, 1943, freeze. :. 


ll'VElBEEN 

ARgpm 

^ ' ByTCDYATES^ 





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From A R9pi/rUr'$ TypetufrUtr » ^ a C :^7^4 

Tht Amarleaa Nacro Theatre eelebrabss . Its toirtk attii^rauT "Hin 
prtMnting Phillip Yordan's pUy of N«r» Hfeb-Anaa lAaaeu* it tke 
Library Tha«tre . . . Inma Cauian dolDK a.swelacaat^h at tkiaBai<i 
lem Boys' Club. A ebarmlnc person trera «at of LovisrlUa. Knpaimtkr, 
Miss Catalaa's theepian artistic talent has been pasted ea to yMac> 
stert in Cleveland, Ohio, and Anbum, N. T., to* . •, 
Sister RosetU Tharpe ls|eo>(eatar«« vitk Dm lUd> 
mmn'i Orehestrs la the a^woa's No. 1 daat tta^ pr*' 
sentatloB . . . After his sund at the Tie Toe Oab tai 
Boston, Lnekr Millinder i«rill appeAr at hotm'i 8tst«w 
I Incldantallr this will be th« first appearanet eal 
B'waiy for Wynonie (Mr. Blues) Harris, the ^eealisS 
who replaced Trevor Baeen with the graad MiUlBdev 
band . . . One of the season's Deeea plattar tavoritea 
Is tha popular recently revised *^1 Get By" with the) 
Ink 8pou at their best slttce they Introdnead "It 1 
Didn't Care" . . . Canada Lee's betrothal to WI^ 
Johnson is off— if that's news . . Lonis Jordan^ 
WinMiU BmiiM "^I ''i^*" *■ soli<i i>it with the iuke4»oz TCQHEMal 

'^^ o«r^ j^jj^ jj Thomas. Industrial lUlatioaa 

{the National tXrbaa League here, ayay ob oSeial bis. Quit* a 
stoiq>ltt( ott at Anderson, Moaeie. Marira, n^ Wayne and 
Indiana. Thomas follows by attending the National Negro 
Asseelatian ebnvtntion in Louisrille, Kentucky. June tO-tt. And, hat* 
I am Ulkingiabout how "I get aravM!" '! 

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U WImT ft nt tj t M t it » mmt nm, AadNw^^rBnadli) )ii-^i-« 
Peari KiM t>a^ eUIM . . f Rita Coetell*, Ae shake dakei 



Only Jifnjor Highs 
Give Wo^k Permits 


In order ' to ilncrease the avail- 
ability to business! and industry 
of boy pdwef and girl power 
from the schools, work permits 
for minors under the age of 18 
years will now be issued only at 
the Junior br senior high schools, 
according to a( statement Just Is- 
sued by Siiperintendent of City 
Schools, Vl^jing kersey. 

Fomier {pupils {should? return 
to their school fl|f last I attend- 
ance; mtaiors whq have not at- 
tended ai^ Los i Angeles city 
school- and! seek toi obtain a work 
perailt should go to the junior 
or senior high School nearest 
their plae^ oi^ residence. 

Life Meffibersilps Given 
Three bv Jefferson Tl PTA 

Thomas !jeffer*>n High P.T.Ai 
presented life memberships to the 
following persons; Mrs. Hazel C. 
WhitUker-Moore.JMrs. Margaret 
T. Beiuiet,[te<lche^ at Jefferson; 
and to Mrji. Ijda $cott, the mem- 
bership chairmani. 

Summer j conferences, for Tenth 
d:- rict wbd Olympia Council, 
w«re attended by Mrs. Wyhna 
Whidsor, if irst- vice-pmident; 
Mrs. Ida! Robeirson, program 
tiuinaan,>i and Mrs. P. -P. Price 
Cobba, pai*liame^tatian. 


cluMp Chalky Wriglrt an aa item . . . TW I«wb*« 
eat" playboy )» OmnfA Nager* valet Vieiw Ueyd . . . Ktel 
OM *f dw Cftton aab hMHiiea dnteg iW Kiwrta* ~ 
wMl a tacMiia DoiiakWy. EvldMtlyTIker '*D* Day 
back at Kel&> StaMes . . . Cafe Seciety is WMulcTtag wli^ 
Daaial's cafW (wUek was miee the town** siiootiett) is m( < 
Bw-ley's ami Ust . . . Gloria (BWie) Harding, the fonMr tm 
e»l«maiat, ia inaw asaiataM maaager at th* Roeaevait tWatra . . /< 
V vivadttoa |(ba*— aa^aanaed) Edna ITIIliaau woaU ha«» * 
thft har heart bei«aca to daddy Clyde Hart, the amaaer mmi 
mttaidaa foraterly wiik Joha JUrby . . . BllUe HaHday ' 
Rabaa Blea . . . BOly Daaiala a fixtare at tka DlaMoad ~ 


Tbe laM tiaM MarM Ralui Mt "Camea J«Ma*' the <«Mi*a«r jimm't 
her with a kage floral gtfL Aad as w* srwheaid ("—MarM tmumtf^ 
aad, aM Ina l rta g forward t« mmj miiia i aarfaaa la so tli^ seB mi 
the eocaaiay didaH diffy ay far « gifu mUk I 4m\ tUA «ns.»lea 
•< •!K" iT** f** ^*^ ' ■>•*■ ; . . The Beetr Beilhui ill ritnaFfi it 
m.^«ZMMiW (wker* Marra lMia,SiM Mma ^rfSin, TlnaTH»sa- 


Bifi Bailey, Leroy Waita aad Pee iTee Marnctia Uf tawa ta&) 
MoppiMT «mrr thaw . . . DoIm Bllii^taa oM af the Tfaiilimi CUk . . 
Uaa Beea* lata OleaM't Chas Paree . . . 1W faVer ■Iiji»iil1i iar 
tiMt Jam ia the Tbaes VlMf* arai la Bah C^tOr to Ba^ Ha«af< 
J!^''^!'^ •■ •* }*S^* **• ' • -^ iyaiWlNT *mt ia.tha 
^*'*^.?3!f^ T^ '•JR*''*2r» «•,««*««?'• ewah biB that 

Jaha Kbby "i^" at ^ laasitati ■ ^ M .^f^i M . . . ~ 
is EA* SaiM, feet«ra#«fiih«nUac Hawkite* ack . , 

Icm'a Masie Dial, aatbeaHe vatee of the arts, firliiliiatse He 

senary with • brMikfast daace at the C<rfdea Caia 

day, Jaaa 14 . . . Taaa apart lala ad aat Faener MHa I 

AntMraag ta kayw Al <Bnuay> Da«ia la thah> uSu 


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Jnst u the iaTasioa and tha winniiig of tietacy to ararybodys Joh 
and ra^mulMlttT. so U the pnrehaae if a War ItoM. U^TteTn? 
pnrehase* at [least one brad dea't.so aroaad USUam foOta that Ma!i» 
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ifaft Medpi of a laner fraai ^ Adaai Hats 


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8. XJuyr^ (FVmr.) Blbe, PeMs 

and Boneir Parts at Body. 
i. Speotal KxamtBstiou of 
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6. Moofli; Woae, Throat, Km*. 
V. Uwcs and BnoeM. 


OOVntS ALL 

FLUOROSCOPIC 

COMPUTE ^ 

EXAMINATION 

WHY BE SICK? 

is vital pelnfa «ey ana af which mifht eventutlly 
lasitf t« pratraeUd litnaaa If liTafiiMarity Is net da- 
taetad and ehtcked In initial staffer 

7. Bmti^ .: -NT;; ■ 

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10. Urlae Aqd^ais. 
IL Blood fMenre, 
U. Mae, Nervou System. 
U. relTle KniDliibttoB. 
!«. Pnetbie. 
15. BeetaL 


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Setimiby, » to 12 ITood ; 

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ItVBitAwfidBadllii^ 
fat 1|e^ Sa|^^ lidnt Do It 


me?'4Srs'^orA^Z'-'r£X. h '^'^ t^««<«« and pride 
and quite plainly he didi^tllke ll ^L'"'^' "'^"'^^^ °^ *^^^ 


It, so he sat down and wrote a 
letter to Republic Productions, 
Inc. apd told them so. 

Republic Productions didn't 
Itnow anything about the picture 
and they didn't like what Ser- 
geant Layne vrote, so they wrote 
Rim a reply aqd sent us a letter 
explaining why^they sent all of 
the correspondence to us. 

Here t^ are:.,;. 
Editor: 

The Caltlomia Eagle 
4075 S. Central Avenue 
Los Angeles, California 
Dear Sir: 

attached b a letter received 
from Sergeant Lou Layne, and 
our reply. 

It Is the policy of our studios 
to make only clean, wholesome 


or color. 

It is evident that Sergeant 
Layne has confused Eepublic 
with some oth^r company, but 
regardless of this, we stand ready 
to help in any way possible in 
the creation of a better under- 
standing In the approach to our 
mutual problems. 

Sincerely, 
REPUBLIC PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Jj Howard Shechan. 


Republic Pictures, Inc. 
Hollywood, Calif. 
Gentlemen: 

I have just returned from a 
showing of the cruinmiest picture 
of your unenlightened and un- 
distinguished career, "Stars on 
Parade." I'm referring particu- 


entertainment. We try at all larly to your portrayal of the 
times to.be conscious of this obli- ! Negro in stereotyped roles that 
gatlon t^ oAir audiences, and 'were outdated even before Lee 
never cast aspersions or defile ' de Forrest first combined sight 



HOME HOSPITALITY 
HEADQUARTERS 

Since wc all have to stay home more this 
mer, why not discover how mu,eh fun it can 
Plan picnics on your own lawn . . • real family 
«nd neighborly hospitality. You'll find everything 

^yeu need for barbecues and picnics all under one 

.^r<(^.at "S«Jlt-for-less" prices at 


sum- 
be? 


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Gay says: 

"I SINCERELY 
RECOMMEND 



WAT YOU 

Wear Tour 

Dental Plates 

On Credit 

Ncwff My Extra Cliars« 

HERrS HOW TO 

USE TOVB CREDIT! 

No Dctoy. JNe R«d lap* 

ImoMfdiatciy 

(1) IJIerely Ask for 
Credit' When Yon 
Decide to Have Your 
Work Started. 

(2)- Work Is Etarted Im- 
mediately — No Delay 
— >' o Unnecessary 
Investigation. 

(S) Worli Is Completed 
as Soon as Posdble 
and First Smali 
Credit Payment 
Starts Later. 

(4) Never Any Extra 
Charge for Credit — 
No Interes t — ^No 
Carrying Charges. 

Never Any Extra Cliarge 


that you change to 

DENTAL 
PLATES 

Mad« From the New Style 

Transparent 

DENTAL 
PLATE 

MATERIAL 

IndlvlduaUy styled and Fitted 
to plomp oat hollow cheeks, 
wrinkles, etc. 

HERE'S WHY 


DENTISTS 
THESE 


RECOMMEND 
DENTURES 


Beauty 


Dentist* everywhere 
arc praising the new 
TRAN S PAR E NT 
DENTAL PLATE matenals for their 
SHEER BEAUTY and remarkable 
DAINTINESS. This liew material Is 
DELICATELY TINTED to closely 
match the color of your gums and is 
designed to match your FACIAL 
CONTOURS. 


Appearance 


Low Prices 

GitMy Given in Advance 
Phone CE. 21397 


This new 
dental plate 
material 
Is so NATURAL APPEARING it wil( 
do much to OVERCOME PLATE 
CONSCIOUSNESS AND EMBAR- 
RASSMENT. The evident natural 
appearance makes them popular with 
dentists everywhere who appreciate 
the MANY ADVANTAGES they have 
over older type materials. 


Strength 


RLUNGS 

CROWNS 

INLAYS 

RRIDGEWORK 

PLATEWORK 

X-RAY 


Dentures made 
fro m the new 
TRANSPARENT 
PLASTIC MATERIAL are exception- 
ally LIGHTWEIGHT (V/j ounce for 
the average case), yet they are prac- 
tically unbreakable. Their sturdiness 
enhances their value in the making 
of new style dental plates. 


Comfort 


The new TJ«ANS- 
PARENT PLAS- 
TIC MATERI- 
ALS, dentists agree, are so easily 
adaptable and ftishioned in detail that 
they may be Individually styled and 
fitted to plump out hollow cheeks, 
remove premature wrinkles, yet may 
be WORN WITH EASE *. COMFORT. 


SET WITH 

TRANSLUCENT TRUBYTE-TEETH 

NEW HUE ISANSLUC^NT TBYBTTE TEETH are aD their 
name ImpHes. The blended translaceney, and controlled 
Flooreaeiice of TBUBYTE NEW HUE PORCELAIN liarnMm- 
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enabling the same TRANSPARENT APPEARA NCE ot 
BRILLIANCY AND VITALITY as that of NATURAL TEETH. 

SSE YOUR DENTIST THIS WEEK 

Dr. CAY 

lOeS E. Vernon Ave.— at Vernon and Central— CE. 31397 




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and sound pictures. If sucK nn-l 
dignified and no longer true ln-| 
terpretatlons are the best youl 
can offer, you'd do better toi 
relegate your efforts to the near-r 
est sewage disposal plant 

Look about you, at the stm 
you try to imitate on your limltedl 
budgets. Even if you prefer riot| 
to Invest »s much as they, you 
can at least follow the exainples 
of Paramount, 20th Century-Fox,| 
and other studios, in giving the 
Negro the dignity of his art 

Doing so even in a small way[ 
would be much jnore preferable f 
than bald-faced exploitation of' 
his unenviable position In this! 
democracy whereby, in order to 
appear at all on your hallowed 
screen, he must take part in such 
insulting scenes as "Mammy 
Ginny's Jubilee'^ and the like, if 
you can't see wherein lie the 
insults, try consulting your Negro 
consumers. 

You might even consult some 
of the Negroes now in pictures, 
just so long as you are careful 
not to select those who might 
"yes" you to death because of a 
possible day's work in the future, 
[or a bit player's pay when you 
need the too disgustingly famil- 
iar "type" characterized Jt>y roll- 
ing eyes, flashing white teeth, 
and "yassuh, Boss!" 

While I'm on ,the subject, has 
it ever occured to you that you 
migirt even try to employ a few 
Negroes as technicians and in 
other responsible positions? You 
may not believe this (just an- 
other indication of how far be- 
hind you are in this age of 
advancement), but the potential- 
ities of Negroes in fields artistic, 
technical and creative are pro- 
portionally just as great as they 
are among other Americans. 

Ask John Golden, who only 
recently displayed his theatrical 
prdgressiveness by permitting a 
Negro cast to take over an eve- 
ning's performance of one of his 
Broadway hit plays. 

And just to make certain you'll 
see this expression of more Ne- 
groes than any studio should 
care to offend (if some misguided 
underling should feel one of your 
waste-paper baskets is the proper 
place for it), I'm sending copies 
of this letter to a few of our 
newspapers — like The People's 
Voice, The New York Star-News, 
Pittsburgh Courier, Afro-Ameri- 
can, Chicago Defender, and Los 
Angeles' own California Eagle. 

Here's hoping you'll wake up — 
but fast! 
(IstSgt.) Lou Layne, 

Headquarter Company, 
Reception Center, 
Fort Bennlng, Ga. 



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Dear Mr. Layne: 

We received your letter, written 
to Republic Pictures, dated May 
28th, and we consider your letter 
unjustified and unwarranted in- 
sofar as we are concerned. 
NEVER HEARD OF IT 

First, Republic didn't make nor 
release any motion picture en- 
titled "STARS ON PARADE."' Sec- 
ond; the writer has never seen 
the picture in question, so I will 
hate to confine my remarks to 
the facts. ' 

Republic Pictures and Republic 
Productions, to my knowledge, in 
their ten years of existence have 
not had any major complaints 
from any representative Negro 
organization, or from its press, 
that we have been guilty of por- 
traying or playing Negro char- 
acters or their backgrounds in a 
base, low or undignified manner. 
Furthermore, some of our 
most valued and friendly cua< 
tomers are the many Negro 
theatre managers who consis- 
tently ploy Republic pictures 
year after jtai. We gladly 
qo^pt their cotmsel aad wisr 
dom OQ how to improve our 
merchandise. 

For that, matter, we welcome 
any constructive ideas or sugges- 
tions from you or any other mem- 
ber of your race that will im- 
prove and make our pictures 
more entertaining. 
DISTURBING 

It does disturb us, however, to 
read a letter of your kind, even 
though we are not the producers 
of the subject. We are a part 
of the great motion picture in- 
dustr>'. and are as interested as 
you in brinpring about reforms 
that \vill make the motion pic- 
ture even more acceotable as a 
medium of universal enjoyment 
and enlightenment 
In regard to emnlojing tech- 
I'nicians in our studio. I suggest 
you write directlv to the Amer- 
ican Federation of Labor, as thev 
control the membershios of all 
craft? emnloypd in the Hollywood 
Studios. We do not concern our- 
selves with the color nor creed 
of our employees. We appraise 
them on their industry and abil- 
itv to pet the vyb done. 
SOME OF THE BEST 

It would interest vou to know 
that we have had the honor of 
emoloying such celebrated col- 
ored artists as Duke Ellington, 
Cab Calloway, Molasses and Jari-' 
uary, Etta McDaniel, Willie Best 
Daisy Lee Mothershed, Mills 
Bros., Ira Buck Woods, Count 
Basie and many others. 

We are now making Atlantic 
City with Louis Armstrong, Buck 
and Bubbles and Dorothy Dan- 
dridge. These artists are as care- 
ful about their material and sit- 
uations as* we are. Neithfer the 
artists or ourselves would know- 
ingly inject anything in a pie- 


GIslGdl Education 
Opijonuniif In The 
Eur(|pean Theatre 

r Headquarters, European 
Theatre ot Operaliions — Corporal 
prank I Brjinch, j 2319 E. .n4th 
ktreetj Lo^ Anieles, is one GI 
Joe who believes in keeping his 
Education [fresh {and up to date. 
Broach is MiroUad for tha 
> ref reilhar course la aa adult 
i education program raesntly sat 
up at A iNegio, American Bed 
; Cross! Cliib in \a larger Ulster 
\ County, Irelond. citt« Classas 
i are held twice weekly and six 
! instx^eto^, alt! from^ tha Bel- 
I fast School sysfem donate their 
I services. ■ - | 
I The I subjjects phich Branch is 
free 1;o take iifclude grarnmar, 
pennemship, arithmetic and a 
coursd djesignod to promote 
fetter] u^derst|i][ding between 
the unitejd Kl^gdlom and the 
Unite^ States. French, German 
and Algejbra are also on the 
iagenda. I ] 

GI'S ASKED FOR IT 
. FormatilDn of 'the school came 
about ■ thix)ugli \ an appeal by 
some of ^he student-soldiers to 
their unit comSmander, Lieute- 
nant-Coloiiel K.|W. Dimgman of 
Pittsburg for a jrefresher cdurse. 
fearl W. Howard of Washington, 
JD. C, [director (Jf the Red Cross 
Club ^yas 'instrujpiental in secur- 
ing the services of ^wmpetent 
instructors. .[ 

Chaplain (Captain) Otto A. 
^ieter^ Champaign, Illinois, a 
termer instructcfr in the depart- 
ment, of Englist at the Univer- 
sity qt Illinois J has been an 
ardent sujpportelr of the project, 
and Stev«art Hawnt Education 
Director, Belfafst College , of 
JTechnblogy hasj given extensive 
'academic help. 


Jefferson } 
High School 


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Commendation Read 
at B^ttah'o^ Formation 
For Sergeant Joyner 

WitH 13th kAF IN . SOUTH 
PAClFIO^Flrst ' Sergeant' Jesse 
Joyner, husband of Mrs. Maud 
Joyner, 1627 E^st 43rd St, Los 
Angeles, California, was honored 

at a battalion Review. at a 13th 
AAF bas6 in the South Pacific 
prior to His retiim to the United 
States. Sgt Jojhier, vvho is 55, 
has servejd i nthe regulai^^rmy 
for nearly 25 years. 

In a commendation read be- 
fore the battalion. Major Ben- 
ijamin B. Greejbberg, battalion 
Pomnkander, praised Sgt. Joy- 
ner for his "inspirational leader- 
ship qualities" and his "deeidely 
practical worlcmanship based 
upont an extensive soldiering 
back^ound." | . " 

Sgt Joyner thus concluded his 
seconid tour cat duty in the 
Pacific. In 191^, wliile in the 
9th Infaiktry, he served in the 
Philippines aitd China, and 
visited Russia ^and Japan en- 
routel AJfferwatds, Sgt Joyner 
served at Fort ' Hauchuca, Ariz., 
in the ioth Ckvalry and 25th 
Infaritry ^ and jat Camp Cali- 
bourrie. La. in Jthe 367 Infantry. 


ture that would be degrading to 
your ' race. j 

In conclusion, I am not finding 
fault wltiy your jright to challenge 
anytliinglthat you think is offen- 
sive fnd 'effrortts the dignity of 
your |rac^. However, I xyouldn't 
involve innocent parties and 
friends like ourselves. 

I ^ aandiag a oogpT of this 
letter, m^ taplf. to tba raopla's 
Votc|, The Raw York Star- 
News. Pittsbulgh Conzlar. Tba 
AIfz«^ - Amerleaa. Cbieoge D^ 
fand^. {ond fba I^M Aagalaa 
Eogla. I am taxm tp*t will 
ogxaa that you abealda't writ* 
lattan o< tiiis UBd^witbent as- 
cact^iaiaig wija ta tlw gniltr 


Sin^ )^ s^em to like good 
motion picture^ if you care to 
send us ijdeas that will improve 
our stories, stat^ or production, 
wUll be gratefully received 
and given every considers tfon. 
Very truly yours, 

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Graduation exercises at Jeffer- 
son High School were held in the 
gym field, Wemesday, Junp 21. 

Mr. (George Costello, boys' vice 
principal, introduced the follow- 
ing students as winner of various 
Scholarship Federation: Ruth 
Dong, Murel Harris, Willard Pow- 
ers, and Rosemary Robinson; 
American Legion Awards: Gab- 
riel Randolph and Murel Harris; 
Science Award: Ruth Dong; Dan- 
forth Foundation Award: Reni^a 
Henry and Octavio Ruiz; arid 
Salesmanship Award: Beatrice 
Richards; Superintendent's 
Award: Willard Powers; Reader's 
Digest Award: Ethel Bamett; 
Journalism Awards: Ruth Dong 
and Frances Etouglass. 

ALPHA KAFPA ALPHA GIVES 
SCHOLARSHIPS 

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor- 
ority offers a scholarship tr J . C. 
L. A. every year for girl who 
have a high scholarship an per- 
sonality rating. 

This year the following stu- 
dents were given scholarships: 
Frances Douglass, Renita Henry, 
Veronica Mason, and Rosemary 
Robinson. 

RECITAL COMPUMBHTmc 
MR. DICKISON 

The seniors and students in the 
Music Department of . Jefferson 
High School, sponsored an organ 
Recital In honor of Mr. C. A. Dick- 
ison, principal of Jefferson High 
School, who retires at the end of 
this s«nester. 

The recital took place during 
the sixth period on Wednesday 
afternoon, June 14; The guest 
artist was Dr. Johri Eric Nord- 
skog. Professor of Sociology at 
the LFnlversity of Southern Cali- 
fornia. Dr. Nordskog is an ac- 
complished musician who has 
studied in Iowa, New York, and 
London. He has given recitals 
In Eastern states as well as in 
Los-Angeles, and has collected 
many rare and beautiful selec- 
tions for the organ and piano. 

After the recital, Dr. Nordskog 
played a nOmber of selections 
for students wiio were particu- 
larly interested in music. The re- 
cital was jm unusual success. 

A CAPPELLA CHOIR ELECTS 
OFFICERS 

The A Cappella Choir held an 
elecUon of officers with the fol- 
lowing results: President Bun- 
yan Johnson; vice president 
Chester Lee; secretary, Stanley 
Waller; asst Secreta^, Colleen 
Boston; librarians, Harold Ed- 
wards and Duncan Osborne; 
robes, Marcus Johnson, and Ar- 
mln Moss; Jeffersonian reporter, 
Kathryn Ruiz; and health moni- 
tor, Carl Brackins. i 

PRESS ASSOCIATIOH HOLDS 
BANQUET i 

The iPress Association of the 
Los Angeles City Schools hel4 
their semi-annual banquet in th.e 
South Seas room of Clifton's Caf- 
eteria, May 26, to present awards 
to the outstanding Journalism 
students. 

Jefferson students who received 
life membership in the associ- 
ation for their work wi the Jeiffer- 
sonian vvere: Frances Douglass 
and Ruth Dong. Other Jefferson 
students who attended the ban- ' 
quet were: Mildred Gibson, Hat- 
tie Walton, OUie WUbum, and 
Albert Woo. , 

GLEE CLUB ELECTS bFnCEIS 

The Glee C^ub held an electlwi 
ot officers with the following re- 
sults: president EIols Harvey; 
vice president Shirley Jackson; 
secretary, Lorraine Adkins; asst 
secretary, Veronesa Bagnerise; 
treasurer, Theresa Bagnerise; 
health maaHUa, Ida Ruth 'Leer 
librarians, Eimni^ ■ Moseby i and 
Francis Homeses; and leptirter,^;^ 
Elisa MiUcT. .vT ' 


sosoanr EirRHrAnn 

. JEFPEBSOR CSniLS W 
The Delta Sigma TheU Sorority 
were tiie hostesses ot wev&x Jeff-' 
eraon girls for lundieon. May 30, 
atithe Jiome of one of the pledges. 
The girls present at the Itmch- 
eon were those who possess the 
highest scholastic records in the 
graduating class. They were: 
Ethel Bamett Leola Beavers, 
Frances Douglass, Murel Harris, 
Renita Henry, Veronica Mas(», 
and Rosemary Robinson. . 


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Man And Wonjan Are 
ildforAPa^in 
Lot Knife Hold Up 


Norman E. Batisite of 
North Los Angeles< street 


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arrested recently by Police pffl^ 
cer L. A. "Tear, chargejd \yith the 
robbery of John AbnjmiS, 9^% 
East Vernon. 

According to Abrams, Bat^te 
and a woman held him up: on 
First and Main streets, with 
knives, in a parking lot ^d 
robbed him of a wrist M^atch ind 
a billfold containing S60 in fur- 
rency. ~ ' I . 

HAUGHTT STUFF » | 

Batiste iays Abraijis ha^ a 
date with the woman who asked 
him to stand' guard while the 
date was consumated. i Batiste 
said that after the wjonalan left 
Abrams she returned to him ind 
gave him the wrist watch and 
took the money hejrself and 
threw the billfold awiay. j 

On cross examination by ! At- 
torney H. L. Richardson, Officer 
Tear admitted that tliis state- 
ment was made by Batiste, who 
denied at all timet hjtving par- 
ticipated in the robha^. 


Women's Day at 
C^rnerston^ 

'Women's Day wiU |be held at 
Cornerstone Baptist CSiurch, 1428 
Es(st 14th street neit Sunday. 
There will be three services, 11 
a.m., 3 and 7:30 pjh. Some of 
the best female talent of the 
city will assist the women ot 
Cornerstone in puttihg over this 
great program. Com^ early to 
get a seat 

Mrs. Odessa Reed in general 
chairman; Mrs. Marie Overstreet 
Jackson, dii'ector of the women's 
chorus of 50 voices; and rMs. 
Eliza Skannal, pianisti. 

We are happy to acknowledge 
the safe return of our beloved 
pastor, the Rev. D. C. Austin, 
from attending the National. Bap- 
tist Sunday School and BYPU 
Congress. Everyone is invited to 
attend our various services. Bcr- 
nice McGlover is r^wrter. 


SIGNAL WHEN ORlVlNa 

A signal for a right or a left 
turn made well in advance pro- 
motes traffic safety, the Automo- 
bile Clug of Southern CajUfomia 
reminded motorists. today. 

By law, such signals should be 
given continuously during the 
last 50 feet before tUr^g. i 


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^fh SI. PTA Holds 
Mnsicale and Bond llally 

ActtviQea of the |36tti'< S^ 
School P.TA, have included 
retently a 'IMendship Muticale" 
and an intensified campaign to 
sell War Bonds. Mrs. Velma Pic- 
kard and Mrs. Zula Sunnervile 
were in diatge of the: nmsicale 
which was given at the h(Hne of 
Mrs. Gladys Rhemm. Hostesses 
ot the occasion were Mrs. Mary 
Undel, Mrik Qtis Ben«j.«Bd ISn. 
Ruby Shelhyij v , | ' : : 

Program artists wiere, Otis 
Bene, «^o played and; sung his 
iaiest comitositio^. "Lost" 
Samuel Bnjwn, processor ol 
music at Jefferson High School, 
Milton Anderson, Verlohn Prowd, 
Iris Taylor, Mrs. Semite Warren 
and Velma Pickird. The 
itfother's Chorus alko sang 
kevoral numbers. I k 
j Mrs. Beulah Amaud, N^ Stan- 
ley Casey and Mrs. Rul^ Shelby 
Wer in charge of the one day 
bond and stamp rally which ac- 
i^unted for it total sale of over 
fiOOO. , 


JlcksoB Mb Diredor 
Of Bks Wv Bond Drive 


George A. Jackson has been 
named state director of Callfor 
nia in the five nillUon dollar 
War Bond campaign sponsored, 
by Elk lodges- throu^out. tiie 
nation. 

"lElk Day" WiU be celebrated in 
Loa Angeles on July 22 at 2 p jn. 
when all branches of the order 
will gather at Vktory House in 
Pershing Square in a mammoth 
"Win the War" rally for the 
buying of War. Bonds and 
Stamps. ' 



Do You Want to Help> War Effort? . 
SERVICE KiEN HEED 

Safety RAZORS 

AVALOiN USO Ask^ CHizans to look around tiia 
house, in iih« closits, that old trunk, or whcrcvir that 
extra t«fe|y \r«zor ^ay be found. Mail or bring to tha 
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SKOi^CHBB tot oadooaehea and bedboga. Stainlaaa If 

sprayed. , 

If motln, tfien try our Synffa^c Motta-Proirfliv ranedy irhUk 

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mento, CaHfomia. 

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Ttnar of th* more than 400 Ncgjo Militted men whose application! for tranafer to the Infanttr baVt bean approred b^ the Adjutant 
General of the Army. Former Field Artillerymen stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., they are now seryincr j with jthe donrhbeyi in the Hf ht 
for ▼ietory. Left to right: Private Elmo A. Bogga, of King>«t(», N. Y.; Priyate Firit Claaa Clii)aii|ie ^arrii, ef Willia, TexM; Corpo-al 
Georfe W. Stevena, ef Mt. Sterling, Ky, and Corporal Luther L. Heam, of Baltimore, Md. (U. S. Arwy Photos.) 


YMCA Holds Gala Bathing Beauty 
Contest, Water Carnival Friday 


The 28th Street YMCA, in 
launching Its part of the com- 
munity summer recreation pro- 
fram for teen-a^ers, will hold a 
gala water carnival and bathing 
beauty contest on Friday, July 7, 
at 7 p.m. The public in invited 
to attend. 
Entries lor both the water cami- 


CALIENTE 

Presents 

13 RACES 13 

EVERY SUNDAY, RAIN 
OR SHINE. BEST HANDI- 
CAP HORSES ON THE 
COAST. 

3 — Big Fetiture Event*— ^ 

Popular Daily-Double 
and Qniniela 

POST TIME, 1 P.M. 
ITS CAUINTI 


val and bathing beaQty contest 
will be accepted until noon Fri- 
day, All boys and girls who are 
interested are urged to enter im- 
mediately. Events included in the 
water carnival are exhibitions of 
swimming techniques, trick and 
fancy, diving, races, demonstra- 
tions in life-saving and a swim- 
ming waltz set to music. Some 
of those who will "star" in the 
carnival are: Curley Monroe, 
JFrank Davis, Ellis Miller, Louise 
tParker, Corrine Ashby, Fanny 
Craine, Nonie Rodriguez, Theo- 
dore Shirley, Bobby Fulton, Al 
Mouton and Al Washington. 

The bathing beauty contest en- 
tries Include Yvonne Crossley, 
Louise Parker, Yvonne Cole, 
Joyce Green, Goldie Scales. Paul- 
ine Bell, Freda Esridge, Dolores 
Johnson, l-«is ' Raphael, Ada 
Young, Hattle Young, Betty 
Baskerville and Edrina Raphael. 
Sponsoring the "teen-age" pro- 
gram at the "Y" two evenings a 
week, Monday and Wednesday, is 
the Youth Activities alhd Inter- J 
Club Councils .headed by young 
Santana. The prograni gets un- 


GIs Rushing & Moore 
Are Awarded Medals 
For Grade A Conducl 


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ATTENTION-LADIES 

If yeu want to work in deFenie work.« Enroll at the 

UDiES EMPLOYMENT AID ASSOCUTIOK 
3226 South Central 

You have a job waiting for you. And also domes- 
tic/ hotel, apartment house and restaurant. For 
further information, call AD-13244 or AD-9505. 


Encouraging reports of exem- 
plary behavior in addition to ef- 
ficient and courageous conduct 
on the field of battle are bipg 
made about Southland Negro 
servicemen in all of the theatres 
of war. f 

Two of the latest GI's to re- 
ceive Good Conduct medals are 
Technician • 5th grade, Marchiall 
Rushing of 2700 Union AVe., 
Bakersfield, and Sgt. N e r i oki s 
Moore, 694 East 42nd St., lx>s 
Angeles. 

Technician Rushing is the hus- 
band of Mrs. Delia Rushing, and 
he has been on overseas dfrty 
since October, 1942. He attended 
school In Centralia, 111., .tnd 
prior to his Induction, worked r.t 
Gardner Field, California. He is 
now serving with a Quartermas- 
ter company in New Caledonia.; 

Sgt. Moore Is the Son Of [Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard Moore, and he 
is a graduate of Lincoln Normal 
High School, Marion, Alabama. 
He was employed by Sears, Roe- 
buck Company, and la stationed i 
in the South Pacific, with an |l 
Airbase Security Battalion of jthe 
13th AAF Service Command.! 


Cbamp'n Lockheed 
R^eters Challenge 
Others to Beat Them 


derway Monday, July 10. and will 
include such co-ed activitiesl as 
swimming, badminton, volley- 
ball, archery, arts and crafts, 
forum groups, community Sing- 
ing, table tennis and dancing. 

The "Y"^taff has been iug- 
raented so that the young people 
may have! a well-rounded pro- 
gram, while many volunteers 
from the Youth Council will 
assist, i 

This teenage program ii a 
part of the follow-up prograrh of 
the Youth Jamboree held at; thei 
Lincoln Theater last April. 



One hundred and four riv*ts 
in 120 seconds! 

All women riveters at the 
Lockheed plane plant at Bur- 
bank, Calif., have been chal- 
lenged by Elizabeth Vemando 
and Cleo Glover, Negro riveting 
team, to beat this record which 
the .pair set recently, the Of- 
fice of War Information said to- 
day.! 

The taom't' feat was of- 
tMtod bf JoMph M. AItat. 
group st^ArTlaor. wbo cob- 
duetad a apaeial tim* tMt. 
TbI T«ui>9 wemm w«rk mi 
boiiib bar do«n for tbo rv-l 
Voituza bomber, among tho 
fint Amoricoa pianos eenaiat- 
ontky to bomb tbo Japoaeso 
faoaiolaad ef Paramtwhlro. 
noetbommoot bostlen of tbo 
Nippon bomo dofooaoo. 
O^e hundred and four %-inch 
rivets were placed ia the drilled 
holeb and w«r« coraptetely 
riveted in. 120 seconds by this 
teank, the group supervisor's rec- 
oTa revealed. , j 

ON iJOB 1 TEAR | I , 

Miss Vemando and' Miss 
Gloyer started work at Lockheed 
one [ year ago, building PV-1 
bom^ doors. They came in as 
inexperienced workers but today 
are considered to be two of th* 
fastest' women riveters in the 
plant 

When .asked how they at- 
tained such a high degree of 
efficiency. Miss Vemando «aid, 
'You can become efficient doing 
anything if you have rtjythm 
in your work." 

Miiic GloTor Mid, "Wbotbor 
Tou'ro using a machine gun 
or « rlTOt gun. you bar* to 
bOTo rbTtbm." 

And they prove It. For with 
rhythm of motion and the 
rhythrais rat-l^t-tat of their 
rivet gun, they have ^established 
a record that has ""yet to be 
beaten under a stop- watch at 
Lockheed. 


CI JM will he»r the thunder- 
ous greetings from maltlple 
thousands who shouted, "Hello 
JO*," In the Coliseuita isist Fri- 
d . night Sponsored by labor, 
management *11 religious faiths, 
the city fathers and a united 
people in a victory determined 
city, the demonitration was a 
message from the heart of Los 
Angeles carrying a pledge of 
never-ending support and loy- 
alty to aU Of the men In kU of 
the armed services everywhere. 
With a ToptoMBtatlvo cross 
soetlea of tbo pbpnkrtiaa rop- 
rosoatod, a two beur program 
prosldod OTor br Art Liak- 
lottor and Harrr Voa ZoU, 
Botod radto aanouacor, and 
foaturlag such porseaalltiotf as 
Bob Buras. Conaoa Miranda, 
Joha Cbarlos Thooias, XonaT 
B a k o I. Agaoo * Moorobood. 
Goergo Jessel oad the Nash. 
Siagors, was rooerded fbroTor- 
•oos prosoatatiea. 
The feature of the evening 
was the "Dear Joe" letter which 
was subscribed by the writers 
representing labor management, 
religion, civilian defense, sol- 
diers of the home front enter- 
tainment and government. 
13 STATES UNITY 

Walter Winchell, world fam- 
our newspaper columnist and 
radio cwnmentator, made his 
contribution to the GI letter in 
the' form of a plea for unity and 


understandingi using the origin- 
al 13 sutes With their diversi- 
fied vlew4 -inif interests jas the 
demonstratied in- 


m unity there is 


"X 


M'v?- !- 


*vo&eoiite! i ^s«Ep our 


ON 8AL€ AT ALL Sf AM& /d^* 
SroKeS AMP AMMY CAMP$ 


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ParBnis, Guardians 
Are Responsible lor 
Children's Driving 


Before any minor may be is- 
sued an operator's license, the 
parer^s or guardian! of such 
.minor must sign and veri^ an 
application for auch liceitse. 

The application provides that 
the parents or guardian signing 
the same assume financial re^ 
sponsibility for any damage to 
persojn or propertj' resulting from 
the neglgent operation of any 
vehicle by the minor applicant 
up to the amount of $5,000 ,^or 
personal injury or death to 'one 
person; $10,000 for personal in- 
jury or death to two or more 
pers(Sis; and property damage to 
the amount of $1,000. 

When a minor drives a car he 
jsafely not 0nly for hhnself, but 
carries the burden of driving 
for His parenU or i guardian as 
welLi 

Maiiy peotons are not aware of 
this tact although it is one of 
vital- Importance, because the 
parei^t or guardian who si^s a 
miiiof's applicatipn for a driver's 
liee:nse actually assumes re- 
Bt>onSit»ility fw the safe driving 
oi thje minor. I 

\ If i. minor drives in a. careless 
manner and causes aa accident 
th« ibjured parties rai^ hold the 
parents ot 8:uardian mp<msible, 
as wfU «• the minor driver. 


basis for] a 
stance th^t 
strength. | 

Phillip M. ' (tonflelly, secretary 
of the Loe Aiigel^s CIO council 
participate In the program 
with a niesssige to "Joe" from 
the CIO as dM William ^assett, 
secretary of the Central Labor 
Council, AFL. I 

Marot Plotohor Bowto^, as a 
eltixoa bf Los Angolos "^bo 
ta^poasjto be Marot," sent a 
mossago| from tbo pooplo of 
Hbo eftri wlta aa accouat of 
stowdrd^lp \SaA a pledge for 
tbo post war socuritr of "Joo." 

Soldier and marine heroes as 
well as .heroes from the pro- 
duction t^nt were given honer- 
ed seats in a fleet of Jeeps and 
presented' to the audience. 

A demonstilation of welding 
and burnpg between a team of 
men and ia tepim of women end- 
ed with the men winning by a 
few seconds margin. 

A scheduled parachute jump 
by Skippy jSmlth failed to 
materialize- dtie to low hanging 
clouds. The rally ended with the 
audience i^tahding and repeat- 
ing a solemn! pledge to stay on 
the job and [finish the Job so 
that every required instrument 


of war 
them. 


will 


be available to 


i02nd ^t. HayiiroqM flans 
An Extensive Piogtam 


Three leagues iCre being organ- 
ized at the 102nd St. Playground, 
for grammar school boys, Junior 
high school boys, under 15, and 
senior high school boys, over 16, 

Being organized is a senior com- 
petitive sport activity in which 
all playgrounds and schools from 


track are; in season. Wtts mer- 
chants are being contacted to 
sponsor teams. 

The f I r's ti league hits been 
formed fOr junior Softball with 
teams representing i02nd St, 
109th St, Will Rogers, Watts Com- 
munity Housf , St Lawrence 
Church, ^^illqwbzook and Grape 
street 


the southeast district will be rep.- , i i 

resented. At present softball and i The leading team to 'date is 

the Hellcats j captained by Ray 


Raised to Rank of 
Corporal at LAPJE 


Wilmington — Willie wood- 

fox. 5138 South W«ll street Los 
Angeles, has been promoted from 
technician fifth gride to corpo- 
ral at the Los Angeles; Port of 
Embarkation, where he is on 
duty with a Quartermaster serv- 
ice company. 

Cpl. Woodfox entered military 
service in February, 1943, and 
received his basic training at 
Camp Stonenjan,, Calif. He was 
assigned to LAPE in October. 

Before entering the Ariny, Cpl. 
Woodfox was employed ; by the 
Southern Pacific Railroad Co. His 
mother, Mrs. Beulah W«)dfox, re- 
sides at 714 Perching St, New 
Iberia, La. 


AGUA CAIlIENTE, Mexico— 
Nearly all khe invaders from 
the northed track up Bay- 
! meadows wily were turned back 
iln the future races at Caliente 
last Sunday* Yes they came to 
Caliente, ao|uth of the border 
down Mexicjo way, with big re- 
putations ti conquer all that 
Generalisslnio Eddie Ncalis had 
been feeding since he reopened 
Ithe track. , 

j It was in the Woodacres 
I Handicap sit six furlongs for 
I three-year-olds and upwards 
[that my Universe made siich 
jnorthem stkrs as Gold Pomp, 
Ace Hudkink and Pala Equaw 
eat»his dust- Not only that but 
two other isteeds which have 
been enjoying the balmy sun- 
shine of Old Mexico showed 
their heels to the invaders. 

Ace Hudkjns was made favor- 
ite, with goltl Pomp nearly equal 
choice. But j when the running 
was over both finished up the 
stretch. My| Universe was the , 
winner; Crystal Torch, second] 
and Deer Hjeels, third. 
ITEATUHE SACE 

The winnk paid $9.20. In the 
feature race of the day $1500 
was the added stake for two- 
y^ar-olds.at five and one-half 
furlongs. Again all irtVaders 
from Bayineadows and even 
Mwcico City were turned back 
when P. L. Fuller's Rapid Bun 
nosed out Sar Raider ^rom the 
north to take down the big end 
of the purse[ paying $10.20. 

About the most oxcitiag 
raeo ia moby Suadars was tbo 
alatb whoa fire horses nearly 
hit the finishing wire at the 
some tim«|. It had tbo big 
Sunday cr^wd en if s foot roll- 
ing for '^ir foTortto nag. 
After aboiit fiftoon i minutes 
the caaiera showod t4w Bepo, 
by a neso. Bulwark,; second, 
Kantaka, J third, Joda's Joo, 
fourth, and Waitor, fifth. Only 
a[ noao sopcnratod those five 
btesos. Tbo wlnnot paid $14.60. 
Out of thei twelve races four 
public choices won. Again Little 
Jockey H. sl Jones, the senation 
of the bordler course, rode four 
wiriners. Thje daily-double paid 
$38.40 while the Quinielia with 
the co-favdrites rewarded it's 
backers $6jQp. 

Many extiting finishes were 
also enjoyejd July 6th. €t was 


fie Club Owne^ 

" ■» 

Took Charge off 
Sales llimself j \ 

PatrioHc Action -i : 
Is Apprtcitttd By I 
T4ie L. A. Public . 


Curtis Moeby, prominent night 
club operator, buslncM man and 
manager of the famous Club 
Alabam, personally beaded and 
handled the bond dilve last 
Thursday night ^t the-Aiabam-. 
which netted |6,000.f^ 

Current drawlng/card at the 
.Alabam are the famed Interna- 
.tional Sweethearts <rf Rhythm, 
•etting new reawda. This all 



I" 
Trapez. All games will be played 
at 102nd jSt. [Playground begin- 
ning at 7)30 p.m. nightly, A call 
Ihas been I made to all boys sljt- 

(teen or oyer jwho are interested j the first tlnie since last summer 
I in playin|: sottball against other I that Caliente had staged two 
jdistricts. j Anyone who is inter- racing days in one week. This 
ested^xpleAse rjeport at 7:30 Thurs-I Sunday som^ of the best ^ha.ndi- 
day, Juncj 1 at 102. Street Play- 1 caped horsejs that are now on 
Iground. \ \ ' \ li. \ 


Dilfbrd University Has 
3' Million Endowment 


Under the sponsorlhip of Don- 
ald Derricks and Clarence 
.Mackey a!^ track program such as 
the foririej^ Junior Olympics will 
be inaugurated beginning the 
first of JUne. ;Thi8 program will 
consist of five events. Each- boy 
will parti^ipatje in all events and 
receive p<fintsi given for his abil- 
ity. The winiier will be deter- 
mined byl thei number, of points 
receved. All blojs undiSr 16 years 
old are eligible to compete. For 
information see the nearest play- 
ground director. , A one week 
trip to al Y Camp wiljt |be oi)* 
of the prizes. I Other pti^n will 
also be awarded. > .'^ 

A granimar school lea^a in 
Softball isi also being formed ^ith 
teams representing 102nd, ~96th, 
92nd, Rittpr, C|rape, 111, Gorman, 
and Lincoln Schools. These 
at 102nd 
i St Playground beginning at 4:30 


NEW ORLEANS, La.— At the 
close of the recent commence- , .., ,_l , ^ 

ment exercises. President A. W. ' same* will b^ played 
bent of Dillard University an- 

I ing should sec iheir prindpal. 

A boxiijg club will be 'formed 
and all bjsys who haven't boxed 
amateur Or pro and,who|are in- 
terested shouli contact Clarence 


inounced that the University had | P™- ^^^ >°y» interested in play 
secured three billion dollars in i 
endowment through gifts, from j 
the General Education Board, the 
Julius Rosenwald Fund, the; 
American Mlssioijary Association | 
of the Congregational Church i 
and the Board of Education of 
the Methodist Church. : 


the West QDast will prance at 
the Caliente oval and Judge Joe 
Walter hai^ aranged all-star 



CartU 

gir; unit ik atill the talk oi die 
town and one o( the hottiest 
things to hit Los Angcle* in 
many a moon. 

They form the background for 
an all-girl revue, prodt^ifted by 
Patsy Hunter. Matinees Are held 
everj" Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. 

Current night life, discussion ^ 
centers around the out-hounds 
reotrictlons recently tagged on^ 
the Alabam, barring servicemen-^ 
from the place. Patrons and East 
side merchants are incensed over 
the move and r.-.any oi them are 
demanding lifting the.l>an. 

Leon Giles, president of the' 
East Side Chamber of Commerce, 
says he has received scores of_ 
protest about the restrictions and 
has thrown the strength of the' 
chamber behind tl^tf move to 
have the baa lift*4» 

Many Negro resfilents of the 
city are asking why the Alabam 
and many other Negro enter- 
tainment spots have been labelM 
''Out of Bounds" wMle similar 
white businesses are allowed to 
flourish in white districts. 

card of thirteen raeet with three 

feature events. 

So until then, keep Rnilling, 
buy more War Bonds— yea buy 
until it hurts as our boys and 
girls need your help. Make 
America safe for all racee and 
colors. It's the children we must 
think of... So-long George 


FIRST::* ;■ I. 
CHOICE^ 1 
OF MILLIONS 

is St Joa^h As|»ria. Ilssn's ao 
aspirin faster-actiag. Cliaically, as 
your doctor judges aspnia, ao as- 
pirin can do more for yooTwhy pay 
mme? St. iTnarph Awpmn is tM 
worid's largest oeDer at 10c 100 
tablets only 3£c Got 8t Joso^ 
Aniria, keep it handy and bo nady 
wbea that waiaiag pui stzibss. 

S-tr.JoTOph 

ASPIRIN 


iSOOO CASH 

I n^ pair «p to flMW for 
SeO tt for 


WA. »u — VHL arrs 


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Cadet Manley Is 
Now at Tuskegee 

TUSKEGEE ARMY AIR FIELD, 
Ala. — Aviation Cadet Edward E. 
Maniey recently completed his 
primary flight training at Moton 
Field, Tuskegee Institute, Ala., 
and has been assigned to the 
basic -flight class at the Tuskegee 
Army Air Field. He formerly at- 
tended Los Angeles City College, 
and is the sOn of Mrs. Naomi 
Howard of 5421 Staunton Street 
LOe Angeles, Cal. 


Mackey i^nd a boxing class will 
be organiited. j Some well-known 
professiOi^al artist will be the 
sponsor. >[ny cliurch or cliib wish- 
ing to us^ the! facilities oif 102nd 
are COTdially invited to apply. 




MIIUON imtilR LOOK 

— feryoarlSA.AlHtairdewistidshMk 
quifity cue. Iloko Hair Drepnig, a hr 
moos Black and White erestiOa, adds 
tadjanee and beai^ to hair.^os • 
loreiy fragra^ee. Hair- ~ 
do'seonbMMr.Bi(ee»> 
■obumI matt. Ambcr^ 2U. 
Wlnte,50». DsCBaad Phko 
•t m toSot oonnten. 



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I Fanifie Williams 
Excdsipr 
Guaranteed 
Haiif (grower 

Fannie Williams Excelsior 
Guaranteed Elaii' Growo' has 
been on the Imarket for iyears. 
It is a^ ^vendierfo) inmatation. 
It stopsj harsh and l»ittle hair 
from hmakinK and falling. It 
correcti itqmig; sealpj ring 
worms, tetta* and eczoria, aiM 
k^Cns yearlscalp in A very 
healthy] conoitia}. It is not a 
gummyl or Istlck grower. It 
waves Ithe hair natural and 
soft sM the hair girews 
rapidly. 1-. L ' ' Ll. ' 

You |«n Met ^ gro^ at 
the foQpwiz$ places: ; 

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mchway,^ WMte. 
^Stoipe, 14M Westt 
wp Boidevard. 
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B«cenUy a •oldler fighting in 
th« South Pacific toolt tiuije out 
from the grim business of ad- 
vancing upon and wiping out 
the Japs to write Charlotta A. 
Bass, editor and publisher of the 
California Eagle a letter. It was 
a simple, direct letter, notably 
free of superfluous wordage. 
"It's bet here aad Tou>e 
9et to be alert all the.ttme,'* 
be wrete In Mie pa» a«|i gpb. 
-After beia9 here for a few 
BMBths. Fa one soldier la 
Dacto ScQB't qnay wbe kaews 
wbofs be'B fi«btiag for. Oar 
fight is Bet ogolaat the color 
er religloa or political beUef 
ei ear enenitae. but ogaiast- 
their detenalBBttea to moire as 
lire oad believe as th«r do. 
Thaf ■ slarery, and thafi what 
Tm flgtaHaf agatnst" he cea- 
tiaoed. 
^ Near the end of the letter, he 
paid his respects to the home 
front. "I saw a copy of the 
California Eagle a short while 
ago, and .1 noticed that you are 
celebrating ' your 65th anniver- 
sary. That's a long time to be 
doing anything, and when you 


$1000 


Cash today. Bai* 
anee wlien your ti> 
tie is O.K. 19500 cash for your 
hoose. Winy wait 20 yrs. for 
yoor money? All cash today. 
Call, on any one of these dif- 
fenot pboaeSr bat ase tills to- 
'^. * . . WA. K18w 


realize' that during all those 
years the paper has been fighting 
for the rights <rf the little people, 
it's remarkable." 

COVBAGECJOS 

In concluding, he echoed a 
tribute that has been paid to the 
editor-publisher of the California 
Eagle many times. "With a worn* 
aA oA ymtr Murage fighting for 
unity on the home front, I feel 
better about being out here fac- 
ing death." 

Time and again letters have 
come from people in all walks of 
life who are behind us in our 
campaign to add strength to the 
voice of the people by building 
The California Eagle into a pow- 
erful organ of the people. 

Tb^ drive eoouBlftee, uader 
the cboinBansblp of the Bev. 
S. A. WllUoBM, pastor ef St 
Foul's Baptist Church is grate- 
ful for tbe huadreds who week- 
iT odd tbelr aames to th<s^ lists 
ef Eagle subecxibers. TbeThore 
giTsa us detemiaoliea to carry 
ea uatil the full qaota ef tea 
ttaeusond aew subscribers bare 
beea ebtaiaed. 

We believe that we are per- 
forming a needed service to the 
people >f our country, and that 
belief prompts us to seek public 
support in our subscription drive. 
You can help by subscribing 
today. 


RUI^DOWN? 


MANYMCSB 

tfCOMMENB 

IffiSTOMC 


dlta-'lltotillir, hare Um nrimtmncm 
ke ariaer m»~Am to lack of th« Vital 
Ki— lante- gmt ura l A ae4 D Vttamim— 
trj takiac good-tatting Scett'i 
Bi — l ii ua d|e4r.' Natioaa! turvay ihoara 
OMHtf do et tr m racoounacxi tfai* Tahiabla 
MtnaMrtonietobelpbaildupraaistanca, 
bring back anargy and atamina! Biqr 
Scott's todajr— at all draggiats! 

trs toop-TAsnm 


i' 7?/ SCOTT'S 
" EMULSION 


Steward's Mate Is 
Hospitalized After 
Year's Sea Service 


GREAT LAKES, 111.— John Mc- 
Cartney, steward's mate, second 
class, of San Francisco, hag re- 
ported to Great Lakes for hos- 
pitalization after serving on con- 
voy troop ships in both the At- 
lantic and Pacific areas since his 
enli.stment in May, 1940. 
j McCartney, a native of Nash- 
j ville, Tenn., landed with troops 
! at Casablanca in October, 1942. 
Later he was aboard ship in the 
Pearl and' Dutch Harbor areas, 
and was a memlier of the crew 
i of a ship which took part in the 
invasion of Sicily. 

The husky, tall, 247-pound salt 
says his most exciting experience 
was during a routine cruise in 
the South Pacific when his ship 
ran into a large unit of the Japa- 
nese fleet. Several Jap desti-oy- 
ers were sunlc and 14 Jap prison- 
ers taken. 



BUSY LmiSAKIAN— Pfc. Corlnne lAex Williams Is now «> doty 
St Fort Huachuca, as a members ^f the llbi^ary steff. WAC 
Williams' home is in Vaeheri^ La. She is tbedangKter of Mrs. 
Sophia WiUlsms. Before entering the MACS Pfc. WUttams was 
a school teacher. She studied at Stavier Vnf verity, majoring 
in edneation and library science. 


YMCA Institute 
At Bordentown to 
Hear Dr. Frazier : 


BORDENTOWN, N. J.— Dr. E. 
Franklin Frazier, director of the 
School of Social Work at Ho- 
ward University and Dr. E. C. 
Lindeman, of the New York 
School of Social Work, are 
among the leaders who have 
been secured to head up the. 
YMCA Institute, generally known 
as the Chesapeake Summer 
School Association, which is ti 
be held at Borde.ntown Manual 
Training School, Bordentown, N; 
J., July 10^16. 

The theme of the Institute IS 
"Utilizing a Century of Exper- 
ience in Program Planning Irj 
the YMCA." 

The Laymen's Conference will 

follow th* Secretarial Institute 

I 



"No, 


m M^MORIAM 

noli cold, I beneath the 
grasjses, 
Not close- walled, within the 
tomb^ 


REGISTER HOW FOR FUHERAL 
I AHD BURIAL EXPEHSES 
IH TIMEjOP heed 

PnwNUi aged 1 to 75 are eligible to apply for registration 
mdflr the CaHf . Impoial PUn to eliminate Fnneral and Borial 
KzpeoMs. 

TlioM reristwing, pay a few eents a day into a fond closely 
•Qp^^rlsed by Gov't authority. In tim« ef need the plan pays 
Mt» fnaeral and bnrial expenses any place in tiie United States 
regardieM ot bow Httle has l>een paid in. 

Any mortician or cemetery la the United States may be 
deelgiuUed. For free information write P. O. Box 9043, Station 
S, Lm Angeles 5. 

niS POUCY RECOMMENDED BY 

:the angelus funeral home 


and will be held Saturday and r^^^^ \^ m>' Father's mansion, 
Sunday, July 15 and 16. Living ih another room." 

Ini lovling memory of Ulysses 
Senrjettj^who passed this life, 
July 4, 1943. ^ 

£pai Bradley, mother, 
ee Bradley, stepfather. 
4acq|ueline and Sylvia, 
sisters. 


Vernon Branch Gives 
Bookmobile Service 


iffL. RHEUMATIC PAIN 

WHh « M^Jkm Hmt wilf PROVE hstif 


U yea want )[Mun-reB«yiiig h^, 
periiiipa you can open yotur 
own way toward deliverance 
otlMTi have enjoyed. Makeup 
your aund you're going tQ get 
bosy aad use something that 
gdt» to work quickly on rheu- 
laaticpain. You wanihelp^ou 
can feel and if yoa get it you'll 
be grateful. Sp^ get C-2223. 
if you sufier from muscular 
aehM and pains due to ezor- 


cise or exposure (sometimes 
called rheumatic pain) or mus- 
cular lumbago. Don't be put 
off with ifs or buts. Don't just 
keep on complaining and bor- 
ing your friends with your 
troubles. Caution: Use only as 
directed, first bottle purchase 
price of C-2223 refunded if 
not satisfied. 60e and $1.00 
sixes. Be sure that you al- 
ways ask for and get C-2223. 


For the past two years, the 
staff of the Vernon Bran<jh Li- 
brary has been giving Bookmo- 
bile Service to the residents of 
the Pueblo del Rio Housing Proj- 
ect and surrounding area every 
other Thursday afternoon be^ 
tween 3 and 5 o'clock. 

Although this service was orig-i 
inally planned for the children 
who cannot travel the long dis- 
tance to the Vernon Branch Li- 
brary, parents have t)een permit-' 
ted to share in this book service 
and often send their book rei 
quests by the children. 

Since the summer months will! 
give children long hours of 
leisure which they can use to ad- 
vantage with wholesome, enter- 
taining reading, parents are 
urged to send their children tO 
the Pueblo del Rio Recreation 
Hall when the librarians make 
their next visit, Thursday, July 
13, at 3 o'clock. 


When the Easfeni Coioinbia 
Outfitting Co. granted permis- 
sipo to the United Sfates Treas- 
ury Department, W«r finance 
Committee-Ifewton iDistrict, to 
use the vacant lot at 45th and 
Central for the location of S Com- 
munity Victory House for the 
sale of War Bndos ^d Stamps, 
they indirectly issii^ <i| dhsl- 
lenge to the community. ! 

Tbe challenge, la Its fltst 
stoves, win met by Sutietha 
Graabecry, chalna<B ei^ the 
women's dlTislea, booths com- 
mittee, and hi^yr eo-wofkeis, 
Charlotte Kimbn-SiiapsoB. 
Faaale Beuttee. Slflaa Jones. 
Pauline Marshall nod Mrs. S. 
Cuatber. Tliey immedliatelr 
rounded up all ef the material 
needed te erect the victory 
bouse and get the promise from 
a mMBber ef tbe WadCA that 
she would help with tbe point* 
lag. but they need the services 
of some men now. 
They needed men Who c^itld do 
plain carpentry work to ass^n- 
ble the Victory House before the 
opening date of the Fifth War 
Bond drive on June 12th. That's 
where the challenge to the com- 
munity come iii. It only took a 
short while' to get the house 
assembled and volunteers came 
forward who did the job. 

C0OPSIIATION WANTED 

There are openings, too, for 
women who want to work with 
the War Finance Committee. The 
cooperation of churches, trade 
union groups and all other com- 
munity organizations is invited. 
• In connection with the Fifth 
War Bond Campaign, the Treas- 
ury Department through the Com- 
mittee is seeking a photograph 
qf a baby to be used on a drive 
poster. Persons having pictures 
tp submit, or who want to volun-., 
teer for any of the work that 
needs to be done, can call Mrs. 
Cranberry at Adams 0528, or La- 
vada Maxwell Reese, at Century 
23847. Mrs. Keese is also in 
charge of Baby Bond sales. . 

Volunteer help is badly needed. 


WINS Sd^OLAOSHIl* 4 Jtr- 
ome Oeff, 17*year^ ! lUi 
graAiate ot ntaimH KrtslHlgh 
SdHMl b(Ms thW dto^MtW ct 
being the first aUored student 
to wla and reeetM tb^ wiveted 
sobiriarsiilp tOtittA aaiually 
bgr Ut6 famoas Otis Art Insti- 
tute, 6tr superfavlty Ini drawing 
and palnttng. Starting nest 
semester, the ambitious en^ 
gifted yoiug arUst, bbe has 
ttausoal aMHty and o^-— -••'- 
In ereatton, wilt take 
Studies In life (teHn« 
plans to make It: his jtfe'i 
f ession. 

A number (rf Ooff i 
are on exhtUtfam Id 
ard Room in Ifoiiy^ood^ 
have attracted Me 
many art loverl 
Tile other winner ofj tiM two 
scbolarsUps offeired mm^ year 
waa a white eiasfmatf ot Goff, 
Wayne Bush. 


Fr^e ^usipess 
Co^rje Offered 
At I Metropolitan 

F^ public school training in 
busibess subjects will be offered 
this summer at the Metropolitan 

Schjol of Business of the I^s | '' y ''yj."^*" "^'^ ""'' '^^^ 
Angeles! aty Schools, located at ' ^'^ ** '^****- ^""^ '^^*** presum- 
Venice Ijoulevard and Olive 


Tuberculosis^ l^p 
For First Time 
Since 1936-37 

Tuberculosis is the second 
cause of death in Califoriiia for 
all age groups 1 to 45 and the 
mortality rate from that disease 
is on a rising trend for the first 
time since 1936-37, according to 
the June 'ssue of "Facts for Ac- 
tion," statistical bulletin pub- 
lished by the Los Angeles County 
Tuberculosis and Health Associ- 
ation. 

"Of tuberculosis deaths occur- 
Ing in Los Angeles, approximate- 
ly 40 per cent were never report 


street. iThe school will opeh its 
summeri session on July 10 and 
clos^ on August 18. Classes will 
be Held in the morning Iroln 8:30 
to 112: 3o[ and in the eevning from 
6 t^ 9. There is no tuition 
charge. 1 

Classes will be open to all 
adults as well as to high school 
graduates and under-graduates. 

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ably go until a short time before 
death, spreading the disease 
among the population in spite of 
intensive case finding efforts." 


International Business 
Conference Is Launched 

NEW YORK, N. Y. — An In- 
terhational Business Conference 
was formerly launched here last 
weeit to bring to the United 
States in November outstandinf ; 
representatives of business in the ' 
Allied and neutral countries of, 
the world. 

The conference will discuss the: 
major economic problems iwhldi* 
have current important and; 
which will liitewise have much toj 
do with the maintenance of thil 
peace for which this war ' is i)e-j 
ing fought. II 


Browns Abouftd and 
Help Confuse When ' 
Roll Call Comes 'Roiind 


W,s^-zii:i:i^kt,!^ i 'jL IsMnkishkia. 


L A U R I N S B U ft G -MAXTON 
ARMY AIR BASE,' Maicton, North 
Carolina.— First Sergeant Eddie 
Mitchell of Chicago. Illinois, hasi 
a good reason to fret when he 
calls the role of his Service 
SkiUaihcon. When he yells j 
"Brown" there is almost a stam- 
pede. 

A BROWN StDDT 

Seven of them in all, there are 
two with the same first name 
and middle name, and a thiitd 
with the same name. The m^ 
get a good laugh as the sefgeant 
tries to "figure oiit" two M the 
men, Iwth by the ^ name o^ Wil- 
liam Edward BroWn^ithArmy 
serial numbers almost alike. 

The men are as| follows: Les- 
lie Brown of Portsmouth, Vir-' 
ginia; Nathaniel Brown of Rich- 
itiond. Virginia; Alfred €i Brown 
of Washington, D. C.;. Ellcannah 
Brown of Washington, D. C; Wil- 
liam Edward Browii of Pitts- 
burgh; Pennsylvania, Army aeV 
rial number, 33700401, amil Wil- 
liam Edwsrd Brown of Atlanta, 
Georgia, Army serial -number,! 
38798900, and William R. Brown | 
tl Siduntmd. Virginia. 


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Private Lee fiirvnian 
CarpeBacktoriecond 
To Please tlie lladies 


SOMEWHERE 1^ ITALY (de- 
lay|d).— A tall ebt-fookbaU end 
from CityCollegi Loi Angeles 
('39 and '40), Pvt.l Lee Napoleon 
Bowman who is Servii^g with a 
quartermaster ouUit over here 
that services the supplkr lines of 
ithe Fifth Army, eame<^ a bit of 
^distinction when he, managed to 
head the line-up for f seconds" 
when' Rose Bush of Philadelphia 
;and Lois Berney of Fillon, Ne- 
jvada. Red Cross workers, ap- 
peared with sinkers abid coffee 
on a recent cold night. 

Bowman's outfit perferau a 
ToriatTV of Tital senrices, set 
tie least omeny whlel^ ore the 
oisols wliich tltey jeoolc lor 
Generals, aad the kit »eala 
which thCT 4eUirer <#!« nultf 
[llMclc te seldietS i*4*^ ■* 
i IreatcL speaxkeod petBts. 

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It was like car,ry ing coals to 
Newcastle when the jAmerieaq 
Red Cross girls reyersej] the pro- 
ceedihgs~and carried doughnuts 
and coffee to the forgotten ,4}uar- 
termasters, but Bowijian w as 
iequal to the occasion and he 
consumed his first helping withj 
'dispatch to return for a siicondi 
Iheiping as a flattering gesture 
'to the ladies of the Red Cross. 


Book critics throughout the 
country are lauding Richard 
Wrighfs novelette, "The Man 
Who Lived Underfround," pub> 
liahed in "Croes-Sectl«in," the col- 
lection of new Ameriean writing 
edited by Edwin Seaver. "The 
Man Who Lived Underground" U 
Mr. Wrightfs first work of flc- 
ition since "Native Son." 

Two other notable stories by 
Negro writers are included in 
''Cross-Section!'— "Flying Home" 
by Ralph Ellison, 1 striking 
litory about a N'egro flier, and 
^■Lovv Sky" by Carl Ruthven Of- 
ford,,a st(»y about New York's 
|Harlem. < i: 

I In addition, "Cross • Section" 
klsa presents poetry by Langs- 
ton Hughes, several stories about 
Negro fife — "Trouble Keeping 
Quiet" by Leonard Wsllace Ro- 
binsoh, "6ak Shadowis" by John 
Id. Weaver,: and a full length 
play by Paul Peters, of "Stevfc- 
dore" fame, "Nat Turner," a 
moving drama based on the life 
pf the great Negro rebel. * 

In his introduction. to the book 
Mr. Seavers; states: "An astonish- 
ing numbef ,of manuscripts re- 
ceived for "Cross-Section" had to 
do<with racial injustice in this 
country, s|Mifically wth what 
we call the "Negro problem" 
Jwhen we want to avoid being 
troubled abiout it unduly. These 
manuscripts came from both 
Negro and white authors." 


UKK8 Ft. HUACHBCA-^ini; 
BfOdrod Osky. WJU3 HHiWi 
ment eomnMutdtag enesr At 
Fort SlmMaa, HL, was gtfiljr 
Impressed with Fort BMckMft 
on Iter reeeat vlstt. Capl. !)«» 
by is from CHeaco, BL ' '.'* 


Pride rtther finds a deetrt w 
makes one; sulmriission eaaiM 
tame its ferocity, nor satiety Wi 
its voracity, and It.rsquirss v«7 
costly food— its keeper's IWM!^ 
ness. 




;S6uth Carolina First 
State to Exceed Goal* 


NEW YORK, N. Y.— On the 
basis of Snemfoership goals as- 
Signed individual branches in 
the natipnwide campaign for 
500,000 new members, South 
Carolina is the first state to ex- 
ceed its quota. At the State 
Conference recently held at 
Sumter, niore than 110,000 new 
members were reported. Accord- 
ing to representatives of 14 out 
of 19 branches, the total will 
exceed the original ^uo|a by 
100 per ceirt In this' activity, 
t^ greatest in y^rs. South 
Carolina takes the llead among 
states of the Deep South. 


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PtJBUC NOTICES * 


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II 


I ' " Na 233028 

* Estate of Alice Lovlck, deceas- 
1 ,ed. 

jt,.: Notice is hereby given by the 
^■ndersigned Executrix of the 
;Last Will and Testament of 
.;|jk)icft Lovick, deceased, to the 
f ^:reditors of, and all persons 
J having claims against the said 
'' ^deceased,' to present them with 
^vthe necessary vouchers, within 
■ayitx months after the first pub- 
I lication of this notice, to the 
. ( said Executrix at the office of 
' Marshall Denton, Jr., 3429 S. 
j' Central Ave., City of Los An- 
■ geles 11, County of Los Angeles, 
State of California, which said 
. office the undersigned selects as 
a place of business in. all piat- 
ters connected with said estate, 
or to file them with the neces- 
sary vouchers, within six months 
! after the first publication of this 
I notice, in the office of the Clerk 
^ of the Superior Court of the State 
I of California, in and for the 
; County of Los Angeles. 
Dated June 26, 1944. 

AMANDA GREEN, Executrix 
■ . of the Last Will and Test- 
, ~ ' ' " ament of said deceased. 
Marshall Denton, Jr. 
Attorney at Law 
3429 S. Central Ave. 
Los Angeles 11, California. 
Dates Pub.: June 29, July 6, 13, 
20, 1944. 

(63974) 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 


f 


No. 232328 



Estate of Bobbie Lee Wilson, 
also known as Bobbie L. Wilson, 
also known as Bobbie Wilson 
and B. L. Wilson, deceased. 

Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned Administrator of 
the Estate of Bobbie Lee Wilson, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors 
of, and all persons having 
claims against the said de- 
ceased, to present them with the 
necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, to the said 
Administrator at the office of 
David -W. Williams, 2510 South 
Central Ave., City of Los An- 
geles 11, County of Los Angeles, 
;tate of California, which said 
office the undersigned selects as 
a place of business in all mat- 
ters connected with said estate, 
ot to file them with the neces- 
sary vouchers, within six months 
after the first publication of this 
notice, in the office of the Clerk 
of the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for 
the County of Los Angeles. 
Dated June 23, 1944. 
L. G. ROBINSON, 
Administrator of the i 

t ■ Estate of said deceased. 
David W. Williams 
Attorney at Law 
2510 South Central Ave. 
Los Angeles 11, Calif. 

(63953 

NOTICE OF HEARING OF 

FETITION FOR PROBATE 

OF WILL 


(63940) 
NOTICE TO CREDIT08S 


No. 232924 
qI Louisa M. 


Liester, 


Estate 
deceased. ; 

Notice Is herebjf given by the 
undersigned Administratrix of 
the Estate of Louisa M. Liester, 
deceased, to the Creditors of, and 
all persons having claims 
against the said deceased, to 
present them with the necessary 
vouchers, within six months aft- 
er the first publication of this 
notice, to the said Administra- 
trix at th^ office of Clarence A. 
Jones, 12S W. Third St., City of 
Los ^Angeles, County of Los An- 
geles, State of California, which 
said office the undersigned se- 
lects as a place of business in 
all matters connected with said 
estate, or to file them with the 
necessary vouchers,, within, six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, in the office 
of the Clerk of the Superior 
Court of the State of California, 
in and for the County of Los 
Angeles. 

Dated June 21, 1944. 

' MARY J. HICKS, 

Administratrix of the 
Estate of said deceased. 

Clarence A. Jones 

Attorney at Law 

129 W. Third St. 

Los Angeles, California. 


(63975) 

NOTICE OF HEARING OF 

PETITION FOR PROBATl! 

OF WILL 


No. 233723 

In the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for 
the County of Los Angeles. 

In the Matter of the Estate 
of RKDHARD AKRIDGE, Deceas- 
ed. 

-Notice is hereby given that the 
petition of Clarence -A. Jones for 
the Probate of the Will of the 
•bove-neuned deceased and for 
the issuance of Letters Testa- 
mentary thereon to Petitioner 
will be heard at 9:30 o'clock A. 
M., on July 18, 1944, at the court 
room of -Department 25, of the 
Superior Court of the State of 
California, in and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 

J. F. MORONEY, County Clerk, 
by C. Z. BAKER, Deputy. 
Dated June 22, 1944. 
Martha Malone Williams, 
126 W. 3rd St., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney for Petitioner. 


' No:: 233814 

In the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for 
the County of Los Angeles. 

In the Matter , of the Estate 
of WALTER WHITTAKER 
JONES, also knowi% as WALTER 
W. JONES, and WALTER JONES, 
Deceased. 

Notice is hereby given that the 
petition of ELIZABETH R. JONES 
for the Probate of, the Will of 
the above-named deceased and 
for the issuance of Letters Testa- 
mentary thereon to Petitioner 
will be heard at 9:30 o'clock A. 
M., on July 18, 1944, at the court 
room of Department 24, of the 
Superior Court of the State Qf 
California, in and for the Gounty 
of Los Angeles. 

J. F. MORONEY, County Clerk. 
Dated lune 23, 1944. 
David -W. Williams 
2510 S. Central Ave. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney for Petitioner. 


63998 
NO-nCE TO CREDITOR 


No. 233067 
Estate of Emily Walker, de- 
ceased. 

Notice is .hereby g'iven by the 
undersigned Executor of the 
undersigned Executor of the 
Last Will .and Testament of 
Emily Wallier deceased, to the 
Creditors of, and all persons hav- 
ing claims against the S&id de- 
ceased, to present them with the 
necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, to the said 
Executor at the office of David 
W. Williams, 2510 S. Central Ave. 
City of Los Angeles, County of 
Los Angeles, State of California, 
which said office the undersign- 
ed selects as a place (rf business 
in all matters connected with 
said estate, or to file them with 
the necessary vouchers, within 
six months ^fter the first pub- 
lication of this notice, in the 
office of the Clerk of the Super- 
ior Court -ot the State of Cali- 
fornia, in and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 
Dated June 26, 1944. 

LUTHER W. WILSON, 
Executor of the Last Will 
and Testament of said 
deceased. 
David W. Williams 
Attorney at Law 
2510 S. Central Ave. 
Los Angeles, California 
Dates Pub.: June 29, July 6, 13, 
20, 1944. 



U»T« 
KNIAIN 


Supejriot 
An- 


No. 254036 
m THE SUPERIOR 
THE STATE OF C. 
AND FOR THE CO 
ANGELES. 

Action brought in th< 
Court of the County, ot Los 
geles, and CompIaJhtf filed 
the Office o£ the C^k of 
Superior Court of said Ic^untk'. 

X SUMMONS 

ARTHUR PATTERSON I ) 
Plaintifi, ) 

BESSIE PATTERSON ! ) 
Defendant ) 
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE 
OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREPSTT 
INGS TO: Bessie Patterson^ 
fendant. Ij 

You are directed to ^ppeak >!n 
an action brought agMnst 
by the above named plaintiff itt 
the Superior Court of jthe ^tatej 
of California, in anct for 
County of Los Angel^, and t 
answer the Complaint thereli 
within ten day^ after the servici 
on you of this Summons, if servedj 
within the County of Los Angeles,' 
or within thirty days if served 
elsewhere, and you are notified 
that unless you appear and[|an- 
swer as above required, 'the 
plaintiff will take judgment; for 
any money or damages demand- 
ed in the Complaint, as aniing 
ufwn contract, or will appljf" to 
the Court for any other relief! de-* 
manded in the Complaint. 

Given under my hand and seal 
of the Superior Court of the 
County of Los Angeles, State; of 
California, this 18th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1944. 

i. F. MORONEY, 
County Clerk and Clerk 
of the Superior Gourt^of 
the State of California, in 
and for the County of Lps 
Angeles. 
By (Signed) M. Samuels, Deputy. 
(SEAL SUPERIOR COURT 
LOS ANGELES CQJJNTY) 
(SEAL) -i 

H. L. Richardson i 

Attorney for Plaintiff I 
4066 So. Central Atve. ■ 
Los Angeles 11, Calif. | 
ADams 7774. ) 

Dates of Publication: May iJ, 
18, 25, June 1, 8, 15,: 22, 2p, 
July 6, 1944. 



F&tX. MEMBERSHIP ilOlNS 
NAACP — ^Pictured above are 
members of the Alpha Phrs- 
terffi Club the full membership 
of ^'hich subscribed to the cur- 
rent NAACP membership 
drive recently. Beading , from 


left to right tliegr are, bottom 
row: Haroldine Browning, 
VaiMi Peake, C3arice Rhodes, 
president; Gwendolyn Taylor, 
asristant treasurer. Top row: 
Yvonne Cnmmlngs, Begins 


Mingletc^ Imi* Brown, Ca» 
Mn F»]^ Xbompaon, trsasurer. 
Not riiatntfai die plctiue are 
WrennalCtatHv, seicretuy: Ger- 
aldine l^wmrt^ vice prMMent - 
Orchid mtver»< Both Smith and 
Shiriey ^takesitravi^. S^ 


BAY CITIES 


(Calif. Eagle— 64034) 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS i 

Nd.233169 | j 

Estate of Sam Robinson, also 
known as Samuel Robinson, de- 
ceased. Notice is hereby given 
by the undersigned Adinistratrix i 
of the Estate of Sam Robinson, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors of, ; 
and all persons having claiims 
against the said deceased, to pre- 
sent them with the necessary 
vouchers, within six months aifter 
the first 'publication of ^his 
notice, to the said Administra- 
trix at .the office of David I W. 
Williams, 2510 S. Central avenue. 
City of Los Angeles 11, Coiinty 
of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
fornia, which said office the! un- 
dersigned selects as ai place of 
business in all matters connected 
with said estate, or to. file them 
with the necessary voucljers, 
within six months after the first' 
publication of this notice in the 
office of the Clerk of the Supe- 
rior Court of the State of Call 
fomia, in and for the County of 
Los Angeles. ' 

Dated June 28, 1944.1 

HELEN FOSTER, 
Administratrix of ihe Estate 
of said deceased. 
David W. Whjjams, Aftty., 

2510 S. Central Ave.^ 

Los Angeles 11, Calif. 
Dates of pub.: July ;6, 13, 20, 
27, 1944. 


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(Calif. Eagle— 64061) 
liOmCE OF SALE OF STOCK 
IN BULK 
Notice is hereby given, pursu- 
ant to the provisions of Section 
3440 of the Civil Code of the 
State of California, that Lai 
Hing Quon intends to sell to 
Shen Wan Young all that certain* 
personal property consisting gen- 
erally of grocer>', meat, fruit veg- 
etable, beer and wine merchan- 
dise, along with store fixtures 
Sjod . equipment of a grocery, 
rjnieat, fruK, vpgetable, beer and 
.Wtae business, known as belong- 
ing to said Lai Hin Quon and 
located at 2701 Long Beach ave- 
; nue. City of Los Angeles, County 
Lof Los Angeles, State of Califor- 
} nia ,and that the purchase price 
thereof will be paid, on Tuesday, 
'^e 11th day of July, 1944. at the 
offices of Haas, Baruch & Com- 
pany, City of Los Angeles, Coun- 
I ty of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
uiomla, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. That 
; the address of said vendor is 2701 
•lU)ng Beach avenue. City of Los 
' Jlngeles, County of Los Angeles, 
SUte of CalUomia, and the ad- 
dress of said vendee is 2701X<ong 
I Beach avenue, City of Los An- 
I geles. County of Los Angeles, 
State of CaMfomU. 
( Dated <June 19, 1944. 

Lai hing quon. vendor, 
and ' SHEN WAN YOUNG, 
ti . Vendee. 


63990 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 


. No. 232567 

Estate of Julia A. Metteer, also 
known as Julia Metteer, de- 
ceased. 

Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned Administrator o f 
the Estate of Julia A. Metteer, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors 
of, and all persons having claims 
against the said . deceased, to 
present them with thie necessary 
vouchers, within six months aft- 
er the first publication of this 
notice, to the said Administrator 
at the office of David W. Wil- 
liams, 2510 South Central Ave., 
City of Los Angeles 11, County 
of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
fornia, which said office the un- 
dersigned' selects as a place of 
business in all matters connect- 
ed with said estate, or to file 
'them with the necessary vouch- 
ers, within six months after the 
first publicatton of this notice, 
in the office of the Clerk of the 
Supepor Court of the State of 
California, in and for- the County 
of Ldte Angeles. / 

WILLIAM J. METTEER, 
Administrator of the Es- 
tate of said deceased. 
David W. WUliams 
Attorney at Law 
2510 South Central Ave. 
Los Angeles 11, California. 
Dates. Pub.: June 29, July 6, 

13, 20, 1944. 

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(Calif. Eagle-64056) 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
No. 226264 ' 

Estate of William Randolpht 
Brown, deceased. Notice is here^ 
by given by the undersigned ad 
ministrator of the estate of jWil 
liam Randolph Brown, deceased, 
to the Creditors of, and all I per 
sons having claims against! thi 
said deceased, to present the: 
with the necessary vouchers 
within six months after the firs 
publication of this notice,, toj thei 
said administrator at 'the office 
of Afue McDowell, 4624 Sbuth 
Central avenue, City of Los An- 
geles, County of Los Angples, 
State of (California, which ^aid 
office the undersigned selects as 
a place of business in all matters 
connected with said estate, or to 
file them with the necesiary 
vouchers, within six months aifter 
the first publication ofthls notice, 
in the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court of the State of 
California, in and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 

Dated June 29, 1944. 

PRESAVIA E. BROOKS,: 
Administrator of the Estate 
of said deceased 
Afue McDowbll, Atty^,- 

4624 S. Central Ave.> 

Los Angeles, Calif. ; 
Dates of pub.: July 6, 13, 20 
27, 1944. 


(Calif. Eagle) \ 

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1 

ENGAGE IN THE SALE (^F 1 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ! 

July 3, 1944, 

Date of application. 

To whom it may concern: 

Nptic^ is hereby given that 15 
days after the above date, jthe 
undersigned proposes to sell alco- 
holic beverages, described as 
follows: i 

5851 South Avalon Blvd., Los 
Angeles 3* , 

Pursuant to such intention, the 
undersigned Is applying to .the 
State Board of Equa^zation|for 
issuance of an alcoholic beverage 
license (or licenses) for these 
premises as follows: ' J 

On Sale Beer Only. 
An>:pne desiring to protest the 
issuan^ of such license (s) may 
file a verified protest with the 
State Board of Equalization' at 
Sacramento, California, statlngj 


By d: G. Gibson 

1229 Garrison Street 

BERKELEY — ,The baptismal 
ceremonies for Arthur A. Moore 
Jr., infant son of Rev and Arthur 
A. Moore, and the first grand- 
child of Rev. ahd Mrs. H. T. S. 
Johnson, parents ot Mrs. Moore, 
all ^ell known Berkeleyans, 
proved the innovation of the 
year' in these parts. The: elabo- 
rate program, held Sunday, June 
25, it 5 p.m. at the celebrated 
chapfel in Oakland, with Rev. 
and Mrs. Johnson as hosts; was 
greeted byJ ai large appreciative 
audience. Appearing on the pro- 
gram were Miss Ann a Belle 
Jones, pianist, Lloyd Harreli, or- 
ganist, and the famed Eventide 
of Taylor Memorial Church, Oak- 
land. Masters Joel and Jake 
Dyelfi were light bearers. 

Rev. Mr. Johnson was the offi- 
ciating minister. The Rev. C. B. 
Bryaht, of the Firsf AME church, 
and Ihe Rev. A. iW. Johnson, of 
Parks Chapel AME Church, both 
of Oakland, were the associate 
ministers for the occasion; 

Mis. Thelma Johnson and H. T. 
S. Johnson Jr., were pledged as 
god-parents. 

Twelve lovely flower girls and 
tweljve flower boys were included 
in the baptismal entourage. 

T^e morning and afternoon 
services of Mt. Pleasant Baptist 
Church, were dedicated to the 
observance of Women's Day with 
the women of the church in 
charge under the general chair- 
manship of Mrs. L. V. McMillen. 
Mrs.: J. D. Wilson, wife of Pastor 
Wil43n, who was mistress of the 
cerertionies at the morning wor- 
ship; was "also crowned queen 
for having brought in the high- 
est amount of money on that 
day., Mrs. J. Toomer, guest, de- 
livered the principal address, 
entitled "Women and Their Rela- 
tion; to the Home". Other mem-, 
bers on the program included an 
addi^ss by Mrs. Frances Albrier 
remarks by Mrs. Christine Gig- 
son, also a guest. Little Misses 
Marguerite Side^ reader, Con- 
stance Bland. vocaHst, and Mrs. 
P. McDowell Roberts, well known 
soprano. 

Mrs. E. D. Puryear was the 
mistress of ceremonies during 
the afternoon services. The well 
known Mrs. A. O. Bell of North 
Oakland Baptist church was the 
guest speaker. ' j 

MElilORIAL SERVICE 

Impressive services were held 
in Idle Allen Temple Baptist 
Church edifice Siinday afternoon, 
June 25, honored the memory of 
the late Rev. J. L. Allen, founder 
of the church and for whom' it 
wa% named. An Illuminated 
cross,, a gift from the Cherry 
Strejet Baptist Church of which 
Dr. jVilliam A. Harred is pastor, 
in Philadelphia, Pa., where Rev. 
Mr. ? Allen held membership be- 
fore, pioneering in the ministry 
heW, years ago. The dedication 
wa^ done with fitting ceremony 
with the Rev. Horace N. Mayse 
of %)s Angeles, jvho represented 
Dr. Harred, delivering the sermon 
fbr ^he occasion. Mrs. F, E. Al- 
len^! wife of Rev. Allen, gave the 
response to the many tributes 
paid to the deceased. - Partici- 
paiihg on the program also were 
Rev. J. D. Wilson, Rev. W. M. 
Dixon and Mrs. E. D. Crawford. 
Rev| G. J. W^ildy. pastor of the 
chufch, was master of cere- 
mnnies; ' i ^ 

The Friday Bridge club held 
forth in all its social glory on 
June 22, when the charming 
gro\ip of members were host- 
esses at their big annual fete, 
assembling one hundred seventy- 
five from the Bay Cities' social 
register for a gay afternoon. The 
Qa^iland Masonic Temple pro- 
vided the lovely setting for the; 
occasion. Miss Freda Franklin 
heaids the club. 

BlBiroiAY CLUB • 1 ' 'f/ N 
lirs. Lydia Offerd, Oaklander, 
3533 West st. who was the genial 
hosTtess to the popular Birthday 
Chib on June 25,. at a dinner 


Poly High Art SMent 
To Present Art Exhibit 


RIVERSIDE— William Jen- 
nings, young artist attending 
attending Poly High Schoof, will 
present a series of paintings at 
the Orange Street USO Sunday, 
July 9, at 4:3a p.m. 

The following works will be 
on exhibition: Still Life, a la 
Mode, Going Home F. A. Q., Sun- 
rise a la Vergle,: The Dreamer, 
The Night Watchman, Trees, 
Prelude To Sin, , One Sunday, 
Morning, He Wahts To Be An 
Artist, Conceptimiis, Surprised 
Roble, Here Is To Vergie, and 
Let's Go Boat Riding. . 

Mr. Jennings expects to enter 
the Chicago Art Institute upon 
the completion of his high 
school course. < 


party. She received many lovely 
gifts. Aside from the club per- 
sonnel special guests included 
Mesdames Ivah L. Gray, Beatrice 
Pankey, . Roxie Fowler, Lucille 
Hurd, and Helen Braxton. 


Mrs. Mabel Williams of Auro- 
ra, 111., who was the house guest 
of her childhood- friend, Mrs. 
Jessie Raleigh at her beautiful 
home in California street for the 
past two weeks, began her trek 
homeward June 26. Mrs. Wil- 
liams visited in Seattle, Wash., 
prior to h0r visit here. • 


Miis Ruth A(ky, member of 
the teaching staff of the Ber- 
-keley city school system, is en- 
rolled at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, working on her master's de- 
gree. in the school of speech. 


Miss Bsarbara Jean Morris, 
brilliant foster daughter of Mrs. 
Mazie Ford, 1701 Woolsey street, 
after visiting with friends in Ft. 
Worth, Texas, for which place 
she entrained June 19, is the 
house gueit of Dr. and Mrs. Mil- 
ton S. J. Wright of Wilberforce, 
O. She will return home in time 
for her school duties. 


Connpr-Jolms^n 
Funeral Notices 

L ^ — ' ' I ■"- 

MBS. LUCT F^OST 

■ Mrs. Liicy ^ost died at her 
rcsidencej 656 1 East 53nd place 
on June 21. She was born in 
Shrevepoit, Lai Thfe funeral was 
held at Itetheli Church of Christ 
Holiness with the Rev. G. B. 
Washington oiflciating on June 
26. CornnerTJ-Johnson Company 
directed; j buriil ^n Evergreen 
Cemeter^^ L r i ^ 

MRS. Mif^-nLlDk ?OSTER \ 

Final 'servijce for Mrs. Matilda 
Foster, \i'ho Idled at he^ resi- 
dence, 1316 EJist iOth street on 
June 22, j wa|s heli at St Paul 
Baptist CJhurcH on | June 27 with 
the Rev. I J. L. 'Briiiham officiat- 






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HERmfln 


MAKINC. WISE D€Ci$K>N3k , 

nSE: yodx quMtiaa wUl bs cmswcrad ta tws cM% a» tm ij 
Sr^o cUppiaa el thU fMtun U melossd witt jva aiatMam. 
firar UaSSS. btitbdal* oqd comet cRldtMa. For - 
STTsnd 95 cwts la oota end itaa9«d «rrtiml^. 
tklan Msbdaaj cmd ncaiY* by frtum boU airM» . _. 

BJMiBcn. tlM Asti«lo«OT. COM o f Hw Ccdlicnritt KACLK. 

INVASION MEDITATION 
The need f^r prayer is greater 
now that oiir boys are invading 
enemy territory. Death is cer- 
taln'for some, while wounds will 
make others life-time cripples. 

,Pray for thjese boys that they 
will hasten tfte liberation so that 
they may copie back home to 
enjoy peace ahd goodwill toward 
all mandkind. 

Not holroTsr. a srtfish 

prorer, lor wo eon not pror for 

ooxs. end torget th* n««ds or 

sorrow of eihmrs. Wo m u c t 

sluxro this igieot buidta te- 

g«tb«r in oidtr to ochioro orer- 

IcaitiBg pooco for olL 
Prayer goes; hand in hand with 
faith ,for It we believe In God 
and -what prayer will do fo^ us, 
we KNOW that, everything will 
be all right. J 

R,T. Dear I'rof Herman: Since 
I have been using your products, 
I have found peace of mind and 
happiness. I am telling my 
friends about ypu and your won- 
Aettul work. [ Look forward for 
another orderl from me soon. 

■ • 1 • • 
E.W.B. Will I have success? 
Ans. Your lucky stars and 
guiding planet indicate that you 
will have a siiccessful trip when 
you go to. New York. Your son 
win be glad to see you, and 
thi? change Will help you. 
M.T. Does He love m«? 
Ans. 1 liad that fou oro 
dMibtlag yovt busbaad's lovo 
biccraso of his actions, but 
olt« a cartful study of your 
problem, it eemos to mo that 
y6ur huslxmd lovos you, and 
wonts you to be hat»py. He is 
planning o surprise for you, 
which will inake *ou happy. 


D.R. What 


ing. She) was a native of Town 
Bluff, Texas. Conner— Johnson 
directed interment in Evergreen 
Cemetery. | 

MRS. HESTER HART 

The funeral of Mrs. Hester 
Hart, who died at her residence, 
136 East i 47th street on JUne 23, 


become of my 


money? 

Ans. I vision the money in 
one of your 61d handbags. You 
misplaced it I in a moment of 

confusion. 

• • • 

S.S. Will vife e^er marry? 

Ans. According to your Zodiac, 

marriage may be the result of 

. ,...., your friendshin with this man. 

was hel^ at the Neighborhood i gj,^ „„ ^ju {{„<} ^he love and 


Sirs. Ruth Avers, principal of 
the 'city school of Corpus Christi, 
Texas, who is summering with 
Mr. and Mrs. Oreathal Andwson 
?? Ashby ave., is enrolled in 
the summer session at the Uni- 
versity of California. She is com- 
pleting her master's degree in 
education. Mrs. Ayers and Mrs. 
Andersoii are cousins. 


AJAZ BRIDGE 

Memljers of the Ajax Bridge 
Club, a popular men's organiza- 
tion, were hosts at a Swank din- 
ner party held in the gorgeous 
Rose Room of Slim Jenkins' CJock- 
tall Louiige, Tuesday, June 27, 
feting their wives and sweet- 
hearts. "The nifty part>', a closed 
affair, with its private bar, fea- 
tured Ernest Lewis at the grand 
piano, with Mr. Scott, well known 
as "Scottle" doing the lyrics. 
Club personnel: Walter Taylor, 
president; Dewey Portlock, Theo- 
dore Black^ell, <ptis Case, Ralph 
Noah Johnson, Roy Evans, Earl 
Daniels, Andrew! Wilkerson, 
George Willis, Don Perry, Ber- 
nard Osborne, Tlheodore McCoy, 
Allen Stanford, Irving Marchant, 
Walter Pitts, Jn Owens, Leroy 
Wilson, Lucia Williams,, Kermit 
Brooms. ■ ,1 ' ,' 

By popular dernand, an all 
guest choir, including a guest 
director and an, guest 'organist. 


Church dn Junje 28 with the Rev. 
H. Mansjfleld Collins officiating. 
She was a n|ative of Colorado 
County^ I Texas. Interment in 
Evergreen Cemeteiy was direct- 
ed by jConner — Johnson Com- 
pany, j 
MRS. BEJSSIE THORPE 

Mrs. iessie Thorpe, who was 
born In [Ardmbre, Okla., died at 
a local qospital on June 26. She 
lived aft 546 East - Jefferson 
boulevard. Einal services was 
held Inj the Conner — Johnson 
Chapel dn June 29 with the Rev. 
F. D. Jordan officiating. Burial 
wa sin Evergreen Cemetery. 
MRS. MARY SJPRAWLET 

The funeral of Mrs. Mary 
Sprawley, a native of Augusta, 
Ga., who died at a local hospital 
on Jurtel 29, was held at S'hlloh 
Baptist Church'orl June 29 with 
the Rev. P. M. Marshall official 
Ing. Sh^ lived at 3130 Naomii 
avenue, (Conner — Johnson Com- 
pany Company directed Inter- 
ment in Evergreen Cemetery. 
GEORGE GOOSBT 

George (Joosby of 1625 East 
Adams boulevard, who was bom 
In Tennessee, died at a local 
hospital on June 24. The final 
service ^as held at Ebenezer 
Baptist Churc^ on July 1 with 
the Rev.jF. Cameron officiating. 
He was 96 years of age and had 
lived in Los! Ar^geles for the 
past 20 ye^ars.| : Hl^ 


happiness yo\i so desire, 

4 • » 

T.S. Dear Sir: I horo boon 
wearing the Hindu Charm and 
Luck Bag, and my luck hds 
improved eonsidored>Iy. I don't 
know hew to thank you Prof. 
Hormon for all you horo deno 
fee m*. Tc(UT advieo has 
gnidod mo to such on oxiont, 
that I will always eomo to you 
with my problems. 


M.T. What should Ijdo? ' " . 

Ans: You are wondtfrinf . , 
whether you should undertSiw 
marriage again, because your - 
first o'he did not Jirorlc out ao ■ .^ 
well. Do not let this first fallui* 
stop you from enjoying life, my' 
friend. It does n<>t mean that 
other marriages wiH prov* tft bo 
the same. This marriage you are 
contemplating will give you the 
companionship and love -you so 
Justly deserve, so m a k e your 
plans for your future marriage. 
* * * 

M.H. What does the futul* hoM';.- 
ior me? 

Ans. Concentrating upon your 
question, I find that your future ' 
life will be one of continued 
happiness and success, because 
you are the type of person that - 
will go forward to accomplish 3 
ybu«" desires. Business oppor-.f; 
ttmitles will come to you, and' 
love will play an important part = 
In your life. To obtain a moi« 
detailed reading of your future, 
send in for your five-gage faoio- 
s«ope. 

N.S. Should I remain? 
JIas. It would b* bMl M ^ 
lemddn at year pNsaat ptae«» .r 
bocouso semo of your ratlmai 
undortoUags will pnv* to l0 
sueeassfol. and tbiwngb tfc* 
holp ci frioads, yea wiU ob* 
tain your dss t gs s . 


HAND^OLORR IN OIL 

Photo Enlargement 

Btautifuily mountad tti TxS whK* 
fram* mat. Mad* from any photo- 
graph, anapahet or nagativ*. MAtf col- 
oring Information, with 78e, no otlMr 
chai'gca, C.O.D. extra. DOMJUAN. 
Dept. 3J, Denver B, Colo. 


S4IWWI <^*^ Todajr. Bal* 
▼ I VW aneo when yoar ti- 
tle Is O.K. M0M eash tot 
}'onr house. Why wait t9 yn- 
for yoor moneyT All eash to* 
day. Call on any one of Oms 
different phones, bst oao tUs 
today. WE. 8876 or WA. tZU. 


HEMORRHOIDS 


ra«s lyccwifaly 

f*ry, iMspKal CMtW bM 
el time No — wti b ul a. 

REASONAKl^mOS 

Dr. A. Thomas lOift D. C 

4365 AyoIor ad. 12274 

Fnt KrsminittMi 


which v»iU spotlijght a jiovel 
church service at Mt. Pleasant 
Baptist churclk, Sijinday Evening, 
July 9, ^^ill be given in repeat 
performance, j Mrs. Bessie A. 
Mack, director of church music 
and choir are the sponsors. 



^ick^ Success f^aster 

Jtist give after 
you Get Success 
and. Happiness, 
Money, Quick 
Prosperity. New 
Start. With Suc- 
cess Know your 
Lusky , Sljar, Psalms — Numbers 
and Best idays. Ate you Crossed, 
Mistreated? All jProblems. Spe- 
cial inforpiation. Come or S«id 
10c and . (Stam ped addressed en- 
velopes FHaiDS, 670',i Gates 
Ave., Kooklyn 21, N. Y. 



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Private pMiiy wUl Iitan from 
$300 to $9»0f on real estate or 
deeds. Cheapest . interest. 
Mon^ Ib 6 hoars. Phone WE. 


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by-l^w. •'i'LlE ' -^ ' 

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WE DfiUVSS 
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LONGDISTANCE 

EXPi^ « BAGGAGE 

Baggaga ctiackad at your door 
CAUL 

ADams 11000 (Day) 
ADams 7345 (Nite) > 

H. I. TRANSFER CO. 

Cor, 83rd a Cantral 1100 E. 53rd St 
(Yaara of Exparianecj . 





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'.■'*»'■ ReaMonabl» Price* 
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, i ItoU^RCEEH COMPANY 

2|04 Wtet Sliuson Ave. AXminttcr M5S4 


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WdOLDirr you Vtk» to iMWMne 

M. pietfessional Touch Typist? 
Tuesday And rriday evenlrif 
classes are held, 8:30 p.m., to 
.9:00 ^JIL, tuition iS a month. 
You nuy include "PBX" tele- 
phone, Shorthand, Bookkeep- 
ing, and Comptometry also by 
paying <3 a month extra. We 
rent typewrlfers for $3. a 
month to students who wish 
.A to devote spare time to prac- 
tice at home. We also con- 
duct day classes in our school 
at Pacific Blvd., and E. SJau- 
son. calif. College, 215 W. 7th 
Si, Los An geles 14 TR-0419. 

PERSONAL — CALLING ALL 
UNMARRIED COLORED 
PEOfLE. Join the L. A. Lin- 
coin L*tter Club. For details, 
send l*tter or card to Jack 
iSwayne, P.O. Box 353. La 
Tljera SUtion, Los Angeles 43, 
Calif. Answers to your letters 
sent in pl41n sealed letter. 

WnX CARE FOR CHILD — 
Woman with good, Christian 

. honie, will care for little girl 
.between the ages of 4 and 10 
years. For information call 
ADams 5549. 

~ MISCEIXANEODS 


•■ LO ST AlCD rOUMD 

LO(BT>— Lartd bfftwn Sta^- 
Adams man's low guarttr shoe, 
right Betwetti 4829 Suunten 
Ave. and 1431 East 27th St. 
Please return in the rear of 
14vl E. 27th St. $5.00 reward. 


MALB HBUP WAMTED 


HELP MANTED, Male — Truck 
driver, good references re- 
quired. Permanent position In 
non ■ essential wc»-k. Apply 
Cannell A. Chaffin, 3000 WQ- 
shire Blvd. 


MAINTENANCE MAN, Good 
references requirW. Permanent 
position In non-essential work. 
Apply Cannel k Chaffin, 3000 
Wilshlre Blvd. 


FOX SALS 


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FOR SALE — HMO Down. ^ 
apartments and 2 sttees oaj 
Hooper Avenue, near 14thS 
Street. See BntDIX M. SWAN 
SON, 1949 Adair St RL 95$1{ 



FOR SALE— Three housM.onone 
lot One 7-rm. house ready to; 
move in. $8000, ?2500r'^own." 
Located at 1007-1009-1009^ £.{ 
27th St Hiene PA.109S. ' -'■ 


FOR SALE — Two lots in Pasa- 
.d*na.^ Each 50x120 ft Price 
93000.; Call ADanu 9770.. 


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RfcPAl^JNG DONE — Washing 
machines repaired. Prompt 
service. CE. 22831. 


HELP WANTED. MALE — Men 
to wash the outside of service 
iUtions. $90c hr. to start. Call 
between 6 and 7 p. m. R0..2744. 


nUALt RELT WANTED 


WANTED — Middle-aged woman 
to care for mother of business 
man. Can have good home, or 
go home nights. $25.00 per 
week. Apply at 2100 Central 
Ave. PR. 5983. 


MALE HELP WANTED 

JANTTOB, Bights, itffice build- 
ing. Ste*dy work. ((425 Holly- 
wtMid Blvd. Boom 205. Phone 
HOi S531, Ext IL 


WANTED— Woman to do light 
cleaning and dishwashing 
twice a day. Call EX.4764. 

BOOMS FOR BENT 


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Attentieii Ladies 

Plmty work at the Ladles' 

ipleyment Aid AssoeiatioB 

Part or Full Time 

G«U AD. Utt44 or AO. »flM or 

«m»e to SZM 8. Central Ave. 


KITCHEN GIRLS 

HUT WANTID 
< IM MUllW per week. 
BUvator Optttten, Bat drls, 
Apt. Sfal^ Cooks to stay on 
^ee. UtS to 91M p«r moath. 
fteyaltyatai^oniMnt Ageaoy 


ROOM FOR RENT— Nice room for } 
couple, two men, or a single ' 
person. Quiet people only. PA. | 
6632. Call before 9:00 a.m. or : 
after 5:00 p.m. 

ROOM FOR RENT— Nicely fur- j 
nished room for man only. Call ! 

PA. 7555. I 

ROOM FOR RENT— Room for 
two men, or couple. Respects- 1 
ble home. 4519 Santa Monica • 
Blvd. NO. 25960. I 


ROOM FOR RENT — Beautiful, 
large room and bath for couple 
or two men. PA. 9375. 

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WANTED TO BENT 


WANTED TO RENT— Couple de- 
sires to rent unfurnished hftuse 
or apartment with two bed- 
rooms. $25.00 reward. Call »t 
1588 E. 41st St 


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UNITED DIAGNOSTIC OFFICE 

DR. MANUEL A. MARK D.C^ I 
448 S. Hill St., Suite 607 Phoiie Ml. '6091 

HOURS: Mon„ Wed4 Frf., 8 ajn.— 8 pjn. 
Tues., Thurs., 8 a.m.— 8 p.m. Saturday Mil Noon. 


CHILD C^l 

IRll tidte cjum of siByi 
eWIdreo, hj week-or dajf la 
ts^kbme. tih|<UeM 9S12. 


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Los Anfdesr GaiEff. 



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for your money T 
day. Call en any oiie 
different piuMies. btit nse 
today. WL M75 m\W^. '. 




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FOR DESIGNING, 

DRESSMAKING 

AND TAILORING 

Girls, Ifs In CoMal | 
Styled frtmi ' 
Women's Wear VogtM | . 

See yoor garment fitted In 
mnalhi befwe going into yoor 
material. 

SEE JACKSON 

4416 Hooper Avenu* 

ADams 12064 


JANITORS. 
JANITRESSES 

Apply Ptraonally 

■tt. t md 10 A. M. 

Room 1000 
215^ WMt Ml SfrMt 

FAC* sot^mwesT 

REALTY COMPANY 


WANTED TO RENT -«■ Christian 
woman desires unfurnished 
rooms or apartment. FI. 2853, 


A0TOMOBILZ8 FOR SALE 


CAR FOR SALE— '37 Ford, A-1, 
2 door, original gray, beauty; 
sacrifice, leaving town. Private 
party. AN. 13581. 


FOR SALE 


WAN TED 
rafeiBSS AND 
POTWflSHEBS 

Experience Unnecessary 

TO^SflLARY 

Essential Induatry 

Apply ti'^^N* Figueroa 

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1903 Eaqpire, "Burbank 


FOR SALE — VACANT. MOVE 
RIGHT IN. Very easy terms. 
5 rm. plastered house; 2 bed- 
rooms and Ige. sleeping porch. 
Concrete foundation, driveway 
and walks. Lge. garage. New 
paint Inside and out. New 
roof. Lge. 60 ft. lot. Fruit, nut 
and shade uees. Chicken pen. 
2 blocks to car and stores. 95th 
Street. Price only $4750. 
LELAND M. POWERS 
936 E. 91st St. • 

LA. 2297. 



B#10YMEHT 

Ve will fumish living 
(goarten and pay top 
Wages for truckdrivers, 
l|d,;p^j|||k rough ear* 


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2»2€OMPTON 


FOR SALE— Opportunity lor lge. 
family. Large 4-bedroom home 
aad^ small rental house. Lot 
l5)x256. Fruit trees, centrally 
located. Terms. Property situ- 
ated 14 miles from L.A. in the 
heart of San Fernando Valley. 
No restrictions to colored peo- 
ple. Possession at close of 
escrow. For information ser. 
P. ROMEO, Realtor, 214 East 
Orange Grove Ave., Burbank. 
Phone CH. tllSl. 


FOR SALE — Double bungalow, 
cement floors. No rent ceilings. 
EasUy. brings $50.00 mo. Needs 
some repairs. 3201 East 118th 
St.. Price $2950.60. Down pay- 
ment only $450.00, to reliable 
party. Lot 45 X 220. Phone 

- owner, OR chard 77252, eve- 
nings. 



FOR SALE — VACANT, $3000 
down. lO room home on Bud- 
long, hardwood floors, large 
lot. BIRDIE M. SWANSON, 
1949 Adair Street, RI, 0S81. 


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HHtricians and H«lp«r$ 
^1^1 Bay— Pleasant Work 

After 5 P. M.~^LA. 3163 




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Currently 'Appearing in the Weekly piew Masse* 


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717 W. 6th Street 
Les Angeles, 14 
VAndyke 2843 

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2*6 W. 6th Street 
San Pedro 
HArbor 6518 


Uncoln Bookkhdp 

1721 N. Highland 
Hellyweed, 21 
GRanitfr 830|4 

WaK Whitman 

Bookshop 

230 E. Broadway 

Lonf Beach, 2 
Long Beach 614-66 


WE TAKE SVBSCmPTIONS 


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Old [Plates REBUILT in New 
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Priees. This is not a Dintal Office but a Manulacttirlng Dental 
Laboratory. j . »[ f 

Phone How for Appf intment*- A^. 9395 

A. T. P^iiTRiqK 


2S10 Ccatral Avcnne 


(2nd floor aledgett Bldg. 



LAUNDRY HELP 

W^''' IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 
'"j WITH OR WITHOUT fiXPERlENCfi- 

S«win9 Michint Operators, Prctftrt; 
J • Folders, Mirkers, Etc. 

V ' CBUFOBNIft 

OVEBflIX CLEBNING CO. 

939 Eaat 31st or 1020 E«rt 29lh 



House of Bargtnm in RetUdmfd 
Building Materials I 

QUALiTy--SA|"ISFACTIcj[N 


BRIDGE CLUB 

INVITES' PUBLIC 

TO PLAYS 

The pnblic Is Invited to attend 
tile plays of the Golden West 
Bridge Club in the elab rooma 
at 1051 E. 54th Street, eviery 
XuesdAy, Friday uid Sontey 
evening at S:SO. It waa an- 
Bonnoed today. 

Tuesday is lieginners' night; 
Fridnr Is "ChaUenge Night," 
and NUtdtya an rMervedfor 
advancM players. Prizes are 
givcB away to winners for ^e 
evening.. 


REMODEUNG 

iComplefe | 
Remedeiing Service 

Room additions, roofing, paint> 
ing, inside and out. we spe- 
cialize In home insulation. 
Makes your home much cooler 
in summer and saves 30% on 
your fuel in winter, Nothing 
down and 36 months to pay. 
Payments as low as $5.75 per 
month. _v ' ] 

W. M. BYRD 
Home Maintenance 

ntone T^,21»7 
Offiee at C16 So. Broadwaiy 


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2510 South Cental! 
211 Blodgett Building. 

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(8th « San Pedn^) [ 
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COMMTSSARYl- | 
3981 E. Washin«^on Bhld. 

Hospitalizatioi^ oqd 

All Railroid 

Seniority Rights, 

Availability Certifteitei uid 
Phyaical Exam. Recpiircd 


^5000 CASH 

I will pay op to I5.IMM fcir 
'your home. Sell It 
One Of my Ave ^ 

WA. 2SU or m^-ttli^S 


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Offtn; IMS & ^atUagtem 
mi Bo. OtBtral Ave 


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mil, a doefaw wlO bo at ftm 'a 
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KORHCAN S. block, Licehsed Roofing Oontraetor 
616 N. Cummlngs Street 
jj PhmMa: ANgdUB 831i— TRlnlty 30TT 

I li! Fr90 9 ttimat9$ ehmerfully firon. . 



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SHOT«UMS. KODAKS. RITUS. PISTOLS. TYPIVninRS, 
iRRLD Ot^SSIS. ORIPS. SUfTCASES. IRIRF CASK, 
ORAWINa SITS. IN6INIMtN« AMD BHOTOiRAIMC 
RQUIPMIMT, MUSICAL INSTRUMINTS, UMSES. MICRO- 
SCOKS. MACHINISTS* TOOLS. MRTAlLi SIWBM MA- 
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Qlddk, liberal 

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(W» Sp^eUUae in WtAeh Repairing. 48 Hr. S«rvie€.')j 

CRdWN LOAN CO. 

120^ EAST FIFTH STREET 

rVew ft fa a c b e w r elere a ce 
Drop In or caH MA. 3882 

ye OCCUPY THREE FLO ORS , 

EHPfOY COLORED HKP ' 
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MIY ANY HO^SE IN THE DISTRiaiOR 

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Sn^all Down Payment 




This i* your ehtin^ io oImk a Mme and ttaiw an ine^mtm tka &«bnc« »/ yaar B/e. 
IPa alto buy pr»i^^, tnM deods, mortgages, or anything pertaining to Real Etmta 

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i: MONIY CASH TODAY 

fBDO to tUOOO — Cuh u low aa 
4%6(. Will loan on equMes, 
deedi^ contracts, or anything per 
taftring to rod ertate. WE. 8975. 
WE. 7807, WA- 2218. 


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j# FOB SALE 

M Boom Hotel, comidetely 
tuniished. Stonthly ihcome 
ISMO.OO. Tbe down paymeot, 
^•00.00. 

WILUAM MH.LS WATSON 

RiAtTY CO. 

SIM GcBtral Avenne. PB. 5083 


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FOR SALE 

Large 6-rni. house, 3 bedims., 
big yard. Near (Olympic and 
Western. Foil price, If.MO. 

5 nn. boose, 2 bedrms. sleeping 
imtb, dooUe gar. Nice nti^- 
Doriiood, nr. Otym^ ft West* 
em. Fnll pr., $5,800. CL. 73090. 


Monty to Loan 

«3M to^MO OB real e^taito or 
deeda. Cheapaat l a fc i e a fc 
Maney tai 9 hoan. Pliaaa W& 
807S. 



FOR S Ail 

Two 4^amily fUu; sdl 
separately or together^, 
Both in good condition 
and good income. Low 

Erice and terms to relia> 
le party. 

D. E. HANSON 
RE 46U S 


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FOR SALE 

CAFE 

Completely equipped, proflt- 
aMa fraWf- 

Ptablic Telephone 
2529 So. Cmtral Avenue 
- For information call 
I ; PB. 7»748w 


FOR SALE 

VACANT 


CQAjn Down bays lovely S- 
* 'WV rm. hoose, with 3 ga- 
rages, at 350 E. S3rd St. WA. 

ma. 


CflAjfl Down boys 8 room 
* 'VV house, consisting of 
one 4 rm., one 3 rm. and one 
single apartment at 9229-aZ- 
mora Ave. near 92nd St. WA. 
8927. 


BARGAIN 

By Owneir. 
1192 W. 35th St. 

Large 8 room, modem liome. 
Hardwd. fkxMV, real fireplace, 
sliown betweMi 11:00 aon. and 
2:00 pjn., or phone for ap> 
pctotaient. 

TW. 6515 

Price $5750. $1250 Down 


OLLIE L KING 

Real Estate Broker, 
I Notary Public 

Sales, Reat<ri>, Leans. 
Pfo per ty Manascineat. 

BARGAINS 

-9 rm. frame, lot. 75x150, 
large chicken yard, fmit 
trees, etc $1500 down. 

5 rm. frame, lot 40x13*— 
12500.00— $1000 down. 


In So. Los Angeles (Watts) 
; Cor. 115th and Grape Sts. 
Phone KL 4084 


FOR SALE 

$750.00 Down. 3 honses— l!S 
rooms. 417 E. 37th St. Price 
$6500.00. CE. 30062. 

$1000.00 Down. 5 rm. hoose—- 
3 bedrooms, and store (both 
vacant) and S rooms ;ear 
rented $26.00 mo. 1315 E. 58tt> 
Place. CE. 26662. 

$1000.00 Dn. 6 rooms, S bed- 
rooms. 1952 Compton. Price 
$5250, CE. 26662. 

$3000 Dn, 6 rm. frame (va" 
cant), 5 rms. rear. 137 E. 46fli 
St. CE. 26662. 

$3500.00 Dn. 12 no. stocco — 
move in— 151 W. 52nd St CE. 
26662. 

$4000.00 Dn. 3 stores, 2 apts. 
4159-61.63 CentraL Ln c o m e 
$140.00. CE. 26662. 


—FOR SALE— 

1—7 room, 2 story house— 4 

bedrooms. West of Central 
^Ave. $6000.00, terms. 
1 — 6 rm., 3 bdrms; hdwd. ft 

tile; side drive. 201 W. 50th 

St. $1500.00 down. 
2 Hooses, 6 rms. ft 4 rms. 

Nice location. $7750, terms. 
2 Hooses— 5 rooms and 4 

rooms. West of Main St. 

Hardwood and tile. 

$7250.00, terms. 
1—4 family flat, 4 rooms 

each; garage. $7500.00— 

$1500.00 down. 
1 Small CMcken Banch — 

close in — 1500 hen plant. 

$3800.00, terms. 

A. H. WILSON 


1059 K. Jett. 


AD. 12061 


PAY ROU CHECKS CASHED 
A MODERATE RATE 

6804 so. CENTRAL AVE. 

Opposite Goodyear Tire ffoin Cnfronce V 

Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M. 


BOUUN AND FOBD 

4614 So. Ccatrat Ave. CI. 2-8S79 

P1JBUC ACCOUNTANTS 

Installation and maintenance of bookkeeping systems. 

Sales Tax Balance Sheets Audits 

Social Security Tax, Payroll Reports, Financial Statements 

Income Tax State Compensafien ,Ta» 


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ROOFING 


RBtOOF YOUR 
HOME NOW 

No down paymoit required. Pay by month. 

Experienced — Reliable— Best Materiala 

and Vorkmanship 

Southwestern Roofing and 
Asbestos Productsf Co. 

PhoM RO. 3516—8:30 toll a. m. 


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$800 D0WM-t5 loom house on' EMt'l40lK< Place, nein 

Central. 'Has room ;; (or dress shopi beauty parlor in freirt. 

Also large brick gairage in rear. | 

$1900 DOWlKr-4 I (ami^ flat ei^ cSriicr of East > Sijnia 

Barbara and Trinityil Hardwood floors, etc 

$1990 DO¥^H— Hbme and Ini.eiine. 4 room hewe. 

WACMil SOON. And $50 meom^ from 3 additional vniis; 

OR East 33rd aear I'rinity. . li' : j j ; 


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tlCENSE^ I^ALEST^ BROKER 

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CHASEREipf^MMMHY I 

1^ West Jeffelrson Bird. | RO^ 506$ 


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Home$ Hvtdlaile in TKm WUthin DUtriet 

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WBAt AM I Wm ON MY $1650.00 SQlnT^ IN IBK 
MODEBN FOUR BOOM DOUBLE iklU^ VALUE 
$4850.00. A F0IFCG7' HOME ANQ mCOME. SEE 
162S.1627' EAST 46TH STREET. SUBAffT YOUR 
OFCER TO MY AGENT. 

^ KENNETH |E, WALUCI 

5408 S. CENntAL AVE. " , i ADuns ^313 



FOB SAliE 


$750 On.— East 




'$1000 Dtt.~5/5 rms. Dopleu i; ^ 


$1000 Dik— 6/6 mt. Di^Ieftl 
$1250 : Dbw— 6/5 mu, DapJcqtJ' 


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$1500 Hn^fl 

N. E. bdr. B^Eevne ft Edgewnwi 
1285 ft 1287 BeUerne^ * i 
600 to 714 Edgeware. 1 

132-134 [Eflrt I 36th kt.--4/4 mu. Duplex Oieap.; 

^<>42-1048 -W. WashingtoB-.30'niu.'^';i!f ^'|'|- . 

^928"Toinie AJe;^^^ tdl P^. $2750. j5>iu. 

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FLOOR FURNACfeS, LlVn^ 
ROOM EViTERlOR, STUCCOb— 


2 HOUSES ON LQT— 7 FRONlt 4 ReAR — NEAR 
BROADWAY— $6800.00. 

5 ROOM rtOUSE-i-HARDWOOli THROUGHOUT J— 
INTERIOR STUCCO— $4500.00 — $2000.00 DN. 

5 ROOM HOUSE-I-LARGE, CHICKEN YARD— $3650 

—$1250 DN. I 

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4 ROOM DOUBLE— NEAR BRdADWAY. . ! ? 

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6 ROOM HOUSE-|.WEST SIDE4--$6250. 

CHOICE LOTi-55xl50— FINE LOCATION, 

VICTOR PIl^RSON 

LICENSED kEAL ESTATE BROKER 

ADams 15598 - 261 East 50th si • Res. ADams 7882 
<^ Loal Angeles, California 


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Takes Died, Balance Monthly, 
Buys This BeiuHful 

6 UNIT STUC(io COURT 

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Completely iiirnished, aijid 5 room house .^ 


in rear, oit lot o2 ^y 302 


wood floors, modern throughout. 

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feet i deep. Harjd- 


f f A FAIR QUESTION fi^* 

HOW MUCH FURNITURE WIU U.50 BUY? 


WdL see here. Just suppose yon sboold pot |6jn in » lira 
taHonnce poUcy, and ^t too, tUls poiicgr % (ood txae f 1.4W0 
bi real money; If yon should have a fbe aadj also li wooU ran - 
fa fiOl fwce for thiee Ions years. If yon have a fira hi that 
ttue, yoo would conect $l,Ma. And too. tt yon shonM pay 
flS4a to me. yott tfaon oonld eoOeet 9S><N»— la food bard'.cash 
•^-fUDttqr to irepfaioe tbe fumttote, dnHMriea, floor oov«liic> 
and odier booaehold rwd— «l| teaad new aind sttU be oat of 
iiaM. This to wisely pfauinc your war a wa y . Bqy tUa iHar* 

~ »*a*t Imv'V^ttF MrMijl«_ 

CiveTkU Same Thought, Mj Go64 friemdel . 
Tea— I hisnre homes too, at flie aanieiatc Tovxant boi 
,, ^fiee wifli me! Thea, OdI IfB 


FOR JME-A BAR#y H 

< Boom Hooae. lOM Beat SSrd Stceet Uii iSt^Oiti^Hti^M. / 
B Boom Booie, Bast XOOi Street, west of G^lffHh. 9mtMJ,/ 

*'°^««?!?.7«2'S?!L?_ **'»'* * wonja ^ach-lAB f««fc 
17800.00. 9UW,M Down. i 

• "^SSL*!?**^ ^** '•"clBOt S Garacea. One frat-baiue. Price 

$8000.00. 

Comer nitli one O*roonh two S-rooms, one i-room. Priee 
113,000.00. Down $5000.00. j / h , 

Cmner Doable Stucco, S^ rooms each; donbfe tauue. 4 aid I 
rooms each. Price $8500.00. 


Doable 4 rooms each. Price $5000.00. Dqwu $li!00.0«. 

, 4 Unit Flat, 4 rooms hmA. Price $7300.(io. Dbwa $2siM.OO. 

.Double House, 8 rooms each. Price ^760.00. ijown $1500.00. 
8 Unit Apartment fnrni«died. Pric^$7500.00.] / .^. j 

Comer Lot 95x100 feet, 8 rooni and 5 roo^ni. Price $9500.00. 

Corner with 7>ioom and doable with S rooms leadL All front. 
Price $7300.00. Down $^.00. ^^ 





5^AL ESTATE BROIoil 
Auto anjl Fbe Ihsaranee • Money to 

U11 ia^i^ashiAstoii Bird. • 


Lii in oaBeal Estate 



Very fine duplex (New Stneco), five room «a itOnu side. Ihe 
prettiest thhv on flte West 3ide and two guike it tiie 
One side can be moved into at the close oC es&ow. All hard- 
wood floora. Pr|ttty lawnj at front and rear and! side driveway^i 
dean astrict.Puu priee $10,000. wUh $3500 eaUi and the b4 
f™*.?*J2?**' ? y°" see flUs property I am frarjB ttlat you wtti 
buy it. Iliere to, not another one itf Its Und In fteelty. Hmrr. 
Hurry, Harry!!!i ^-^i.;..... . ;,;..i', .. :;• l .T.:„ F .i i,,! *' 

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Finest single hoose on the East Side an4 6o 4Srd Place be^ 
Centosl and Hooper Afe. Contains five (5) i^xnns and ftre- 
plaee hi the IMag room; hardwood floors atroont. Cement 
porch and bride columns at Ute fRmt. Beaatifnl lawn and 
much shrabbery. Comjdete Victory garden at the raar. Lota oC 
yams and string beaasiin ttie pwdm. And ea^ n^ra two (2) 
days after you pay in your down, money 'an4 sirn^Hie puerik 

S2. TSS/S-^*''*^"*'^'^*^ ^'*<* *■ $«000. Bla^ take less 
with $19A> down; baL «t $40 per monfli. $%.. <Sooi dhanoe to 
have a nice place dose-ln and near atotea andearline and 
dinrohea. If yon should see it, ifs a deal, myrto my bet. Call 
me at oneOb ■ -^ ' . . '■■•]' I ' \ \ 


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Eiffat (8) iwoA ^v^m 47tt St; _ 

(5) bedrooms. larce lot and in nice 
«• days. Good district and coed neliail 
flowwa. Price to $0000, 1«Mi ^SOO dowa,-b4 ^_ 
at •% per annum. Haa^ for stimaaad ■n-rlfiitf- 
.apddmrdifB-andef^l^s, ^-^^p^ 

ffsve Monrovia Jtad San BMnardiM P i Ap ei ity. 
Also Lota and other Home aies. 





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with 11000 dtowik ;v >:: . j=, »v».*,':i 

|;i^ a^ i--.« lili HOUSE oa lo^ 2U lOatiM^lJM., 

$3000 with $1000 down. ■ ., V rix^ji: ^atj- 


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STU(XX> DUPLEX, modem, 4 Rms, eadi, 4>1tm. Rear, 
all in good condition, ^Ist ft Compton, flSiOO Dn. 
ITACANT LOT, comer of Wadswxth Ave., Blodgett 
; Traet, $800 Cash. 


I-RM. & 3-RM. DOUBLE HOUSE, 3Sth 4: Wa|l, ra- 
cant, jS2p00 do^m. ,.^ ;!*-.■■= ./.-VTxd.-sif*;--' 4'';'" ' 


•'-; 4 


I. ROOS 


iiw/L. lU)OMING HOUSE, fia< 
qoiek sale oalf, 8th & Towae 


iys^^^L 



FRAME DOUBLE, eontaiaing 7 romBs and f raaw 

hie cohtaiBiag 6 rms. on ose let, 40x153, biitHI>gi 
can be converted into rooming ho na a. Rifhl dvwai 
town, 9th ft Saa JnBaa St., 011I7 $4500 Caali «r 
, $2900 dn. * 



AD. 13300 


I- 


CHERHDOM, 

Licensed Broker .1 

009 Beat 41at 8M«at:i 

Lea Anf des 11, CaHfittnia 


B 


COMMAnDMENTr 


LING 




« 4. 


9, 

7. 


io. 


Be Agreeable. If your voice to asacreeable aai year 
manner of speech indtotinct, see speoIaHsta, and remani- 
ber, I like to be nmny, but I don't t^-ant to set fr^ddea. 

Know your goods. And when you tell me anything:, tidk 

plainljf. Most salesmen lack Imaglnattms. ^They cannot 

concdte ot the extent of my Ignorance; v- ^'^■ 

i -J 

Don't Argue. When you argue with a man, you enHyva^ 

to push hlm. Be may be weak aad pr^ead to be eoa- 

vlncedi Overnight he will change; ■* =,•;'■ 

Make It plain. Get a grasp on the fellow v^Hft ntem you 
are tiriking. Do not get out that Uttie book. that will only 
puBle'hlm. Answer hto questions wMMMrt leoldBg at your 
books, charts aad tables. . 

Tell the truth. By flw tow of average, honesty gtvea the 
greatMt profits. If you are working for a coooem wbara 
you cannot tell the truth, quit and go elsewhere. 

Be dependairie. If yon teU a man yon are going to ^ a 
tiling, iio It if It costs a leg. , ' ,. , 

Bratonber nunesmid faces. Dont call me Green whah 
my aa^ to Ctane. I am sensitive about my nane. Doat 
cap me Mister if my title to Doctor. Don't caH me Ortonel, 
Major.l 

Don't be egotistical. I am. Yon nmst aol ha.'Daat Htum 
off. Ton came to sell me something, hot to' make a (dad 
Impreariim. Blaignif y my ego, not yoara, . . - ., , 

IMnk j success. Badlate prosperl^.^ 'Vm'-,. 1 
calami^ea, dirges, dpoations, fan^iito. Be it 
withoot liowever, iMing a bore. - 1 

Be hmiraa. If the eompdnr merely Wanted is disarsninata 
^faifonnatlon, ttar. woidd ana a eatalec net yea. 


SPECMAMJ^&mFBR 


FOR SAljEf—ki a apodal eiter %mlii» qriek dd^l^ 
tJf .'- H^caea— :IO«o<Hii, . 24to>f 
I West Adams. Price aadjerms — RIGHT. 

■ ', ■ ■ '-^ 'f' - ' . 

4l>o 8 ro4|BU and 5 romas la the reair at 3641 Second 
Avenuo«Lo<dc at these and please come with your 
chedc jbooic ready to do. boaineas aa you well know 
that oj^portttnity generally knocks once and hera it 
Tis; Induire of A. A. Gittens, West Side Real Estate 
Healer, ^48 West Jefferson. Phone PA. 1S16 or 



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J^ANTEDTO 


$50 Fwnr l a— 1 , o» tmjf uuB 

. j Tkwl BMi v« Vy. $10,000 

i^ni. to w1h« I luiv* to biry 

/* liilkmi 2mi Trast DwdcMI 

- i^iikt pM for simB lint li- 

l|»«fi«MfMb fw sak. WA. 

2210. Wf^ 7M7. WE. 0971. 


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jMoney 


I wW pby np to U«,OM each 
for ymv hlMne. S«ll it to me. 
I as« S.telepholies; this to tiM 

^■■Im llliiwiji 


WA. 2218— WE. WIS 


U SdHiit or loyiH— C 

Kenneth E. Wallace 

HoMit — Couretotu 
B«rf Sstete Servloe 
UeeBNd — Bonded 

{.-iBIrfli Affidavits 
Notary 


5408 S. Central Ave. 
MIS 


'AOnm 


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j ioSkth B. Ray 

UoBfMd Veal EBtat* BnAer. 
ICnmber of Golden West 
;> JBealty Board. 

^ROverty Sfanag^ements a 
Spee^^. CoUectimis^ Bentids, 
jLaaee*. Loans. BaslneM and 
■Sp^oatrial Property For Sale. 

I ^ SALE 

S4-rdom BonridowB; $7300; 
$1M0 down. Inoome $80 per 
moDtiL Lot 90x150. All on the 
front Jiut off Beverly on Oc- 
damt^ comer. Fine bay. 


•><7nit Staceo. Modem, 312 to 
328 S. Benton Way; ♦-S-rms., 
19 saragea, all staoeoed. Very 
fino mvperty. Price $27,000; 
fSOMdown. Income $385 mo: 
Kx^Kntve ivoperty. The Man 
Wlw DoMk ' 

18 Boom Modem House. Cor. 
^ "4'aMiEodWlSt Lot 100 
cam do thing* 
IMust see to 
J&clnslve. 




arit IM; $5358; $3008 

Irtijgntf.' This is * »!«< 

W.'MttiVf..' 8 rm. house. 


$40,Q00; 


K^,UnllK *FuxwiatM; $80,000; 
4|m» InoMM f23,900 



itmo^^,^'' 


yii 


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t WgnU on hoe. 9-3-TotiBm; 
^Sff§^WtS9 dovfo. 

£ji^%i^. :,.l --.-^. . 

W. SOtfa. S^-t room house; 
$8580 xash. 


We have a few acres of the 
nae land in Fontana, Calif., 
left} $850 an acre, plenty of 
wattr and light, no house; $300 
down, $10.00 mo. on bal. <%. 
For Pasadena, Calif., call Hugh 
t. Lowery, CY. 6-1423. Loe 
Aiigeles, Cillif., Setb IL Bay, 
Broiler. Helen Elanor Ailcens, 
PB. 5881. The Man Who Does. 
SethB. Bay. 


SETH B.RAY 

1 - "Th* IWsn Who Do«i" 

' - U^nisd Mai Ettat* Broker 

aee Orinith Avt.. Let AngtiM. Cal. 
pn. 5861 




A Doplez. Five T5> feoms Aonm stairs. Hardwood. floon. : 
piaee. Hie sink an4. ImiOt. Three (S) laoins opstalrs. An eifsl- 
lag building in haf. Let 88x148. On beaottfnl Woodbm Avei 

Five (5) rooms in front Hardwood flows. Four (4) rooms in 
rear. Both beaatlfully famished. On 43rd Plaee. Immediste 
possession, dose <rf escrow. |2fi00 as down payment 

Several vacant lots on East 100th SJbreet and East 110th Street 
Some on Cental Ave. Near tlie trig hensioff project 

A beaattfnl eoort Stoeoo and frame. Weet of Cei&aL Ifoor 
(4) 9oonM eadi. $3500 down paymmt . ■'; ;,/ 1 \^ < ."••jj ' •- --; j.j./ ;. 

S. B. W. MAY COMPANY 


1854 E. VoBOB Ave. 


Notary PoUie 


ptsrao 


CANNA^Y REALTY COMPANY 

1170 W. Jetfersoir— Phone BEpablie 4108 | 


$800.08 Down bays dean fo^ room house; comer lot. Fan 
price $S2584M. West Temple district 

Eastside, comer of 48th and Ascot, two story stoeeo Imildlng; 
tiiree iHudness spaces and foar three-room apartmente; and a 
frame duplex, aO for ■$2000.80 down. Foil price $12,000.08. 


Six rooms;- hardwood and tUe features; Iwge lot; doulde 
garage. Immediate possession. $2500.00 down. Full' price 
$8500.00. . » 

Double, two foor-raom units, $800.00 down. Full price $4000.00. 
West Temirie disMct. 


Two fopr-family flats, stucco, moden^; one anlt has four two- 
t>edroom l^lartments. Echo Farlc district. $5090.00 down. Fall 
price $21,000.00. ^ 

Monrovia — three-year-oid stucco, five rooms, unit heat; on two > 
lots, $5800.00— $2500^00 down. ' i 


One Second Avenue — Seven room '^ouse, with two small 
houses in rear; fine condition; new paint; hardwood, tile. 
$4000.00 down. Full price $11,000.00. 


$1500.08 Down. S(x room house, with two three-room apart- 
ments. The apartments bring a rent of $80.00 per month. Ttito 
cant be beat West Temple district. 


1705 Acre Stock Banch. Modem 7 room ranch home. Fifty 
head of cattle. Fruit ordwrd; mostly .cultivated; plenty (rf 
water. Mariposa pounty. $35,000.00. I 

Ten Boom Mansion, S. Hobart, beautiful location; needs paint 
$3500 down. 


BACK THE ATTACK— BUY A BOND FBOM US. 


fORlSALE 


6iRM. HOUSE* ItdW. ft 
t^e, J6S0C 

7] RAI. MmSE, VOO^ 
T&rmM to foUt 

STUCCO DJllPLEX, Mw. 
and ti]et;t6750. 11750 
down.' '■ I ■ 1 

6 AND 4 RJDOM Houses; 
H^wd and [ tile. 068SO. 
02000 6oMm. 

Wllliaffl i Dickinson 

Reid|Estate 
3405 ArUakiQB Avenue 
' RE.r5431 



Fenenal flfiairs 
Coims^loi 



Udne^ P. Donee 

I hMdlc PCRSONAL 
iUSINESS HATTBIS 

For those iclio— 

BUY HOMES 

BORROW MONEY 

OWN OUI-Of-TOVyN 
fROPERTT M 

I ADV^E pl*r- 

Wlif»i-p( 8, Good InvetV 
. ment '' | ' 
*Whe» j^ 4 Good Time to 

Where It's (Seed Piece to 
Buy 
: Psnenel end ConHdentiel 

^ ;<■ ^' ■■•■-■ ' - 

Sidney P. bones 

(1^ Appointment Only) 
2 P. M. to 5 P. M. • 
Monday tltrough Friday , 

2045 Soott HebeH ilviU 
BfpfMrHSOt 


BUY TODAY! 


• 4, Room Frame and sleeping porch. 03750.00. 
0800.00 Down. 


• 4 Room frame. 03250. $650 down. 


• 4 Rooms, redecorated. $2750. $600 down. 


• 4 Room Uous«. $3250. $750 down. 


• 3 Units, furnished; one vacant. $7950. $1500 down. 


• Double bungalow, frame. $4700. $1900 will 
hgndle it. 


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• 20 Uults. 033,500. 012,000 down. 


\- 


# 4 Room' Stucco, tile bath, hardwood floors, floor 
fumafe, garage. $4500. $900 do>v-n. 


# 6 Room Frame and (2) three-room houses in rear. 
$67.^0. $1500 down. 


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4 Family Flat, stucco, modern, electric refrigerators; 
hardwood floors throughout; located close to 
shopping district. $12,(MK>. $2500 down. 


• 6 Room. Frame, 3 bedrooms, tile «ink, hardwood 
floors throughout; garage. $6300. $2000 will 
handle it; I J i 


3 oh a lot consisting of (8) room house, flreplace, 
hardwood floors, club room, breakfast room, 3 
bedrooms, IM baths, basement; 2 apU. in rear. 
$11,000. $3500 down. 


►' Double bungalow, frame. $6600. $1500 down. 


• New 4 room frame cottage in Val Verde, located 
on hilltop, lot 86 x 370. $32.50 cash. 


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'• 7 Room Frame, and stucco duplex with (4) & (5) 
rooms. $11,000. $2500 down. 


• 6 Room Frame Front and 2 cottages in rear, new* 
if painted and new roof. $8500. $2500 down. 


• 7 Room Modem. 07950. $2000 down. 


• 5 Uaiu. $6900. 03500 down. 


u 


CHASE REALTY 



1895 W^ Jefferson IMV^. 

RO. 5049 ; .__ ... R«$.f lioii« PA. 7Uf 


BOOM STDCOO, West 
Adams Blvd. Sl^OOO. 

»50<to „„ 


5 UNITS;'Ea4.Hb{ 

tric^ $9oeo.oo| 

$30^ 


Di» 


1 . ■ :■ 

1 1, 

Down 


4TBOOM HOTEL AND AFTS. 

bldgst on Noith flgueroa. In- 
come $100Q.OO per moiith,. 
$35,400.00. ^ ' '^ ^ 


$10.< 


f 


8 BOOM FlIUfiEE ion i^wt 
Sania Barbant f475fl[.0«. 


S APTS.; 310 feast SSth Street 
$88504». i ij 1 

*2000 L. 

bLat, 

$ll^ 

^6000 


4 FAMILT ra^AT, 82 roohut, 
West Side. $1^,500.00; 


Down 


H. A. HOWARD 

M Esfie Brblter 
7eneral insurance 

Notary PuUii— Loans— Sales 

|l20S So, ^Seirtral Ave. 

ADaiiis 8504 

Bes. Alhuns BS44 


vug MOBEfWAB BONDS 

AMD Stamps 


^ FOB SAIiE W 
HOME AND INCOME PROP! 

8 Hdp6BS4 >»r £ot. tBOJftt 9 BOOMS; S BU 
A aoaSPPfG BOOM. LABCHB JUH P CHKN , LA. 

sum Wts vKwsx . sauat house: s boobis; 2 

AND ANOnOat LAttQE BCnJIING l«zS4 
CAN be OOKYEKIIBD into UVlNe QIIi>»««Bo «x 
SBJAjUji E2CPETOB, T gAT CAN BE OOCCPElSDj nOOOi- 
JAnELY. OWNER WANTED $4500.00 AND «S«N|LM DOWN 
BDT WAS PgaS UADE D TO SEDUCE $30MrOF 
POB PAINTING. THIS raOPEBTT CAN MBt" 
ONL£ j$iMl«h;^mM DOVf^r AND SBfALI. 
PAM IigNTO. TBISE ABE JPLXNTF OF PO&« 
HEBE . SEE PBOPBBTF^ 5307 * SS«7i4 COHPTON 
XHEN SEEMB FOKINfflDE INSPBCnONV 



i 


FOR SALE 


BEDROOM - 4-ROOM HO 


SK^ JiSSS-^S****^^ Nl^HBOBHOOD. 
Wj^^Jt ?PA*B «KrS ON J^AB OP LOT. P 


LOT/^LE NTY OP ; SPACE ON FBONT PABT Om 1 
"""*" "^23™^*W*K.?-* SAVE FOB FUTlIBB 


HON^KSLY PAYMENTS. ' 



I LOT roil $^L|E 



LOT 50^150 LOCATED inBAB MAIN STBEET. Oi 
W.Vm SEAB TBANSPOBTATIONf^THISLOT 1 
KBTO P^ FOIt SBVXBAL COVBTS — OB TW< 

^ 52J^aJS^^E.^''J52!'®°'® shortage by movung a 

J* J. DREW 

RMl EttatsifAiktr- Hour*. 

nEa«t 4>rd Str«*t I * **'■ *■* *'-^ •*•"- Dili 

: ^ ::tT^?^ S«turd«y Until Noon 

CEnturjf'ZrraS I Aftor Hours By AppolBtmo^f 


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5 ii. 


INSURANCE 


>Tf;^.V^i 


« B09m, Home, 2822 S. Western Ave. iSfiM. Terns. 
:• Botmtt Home, hdW. flows, ttle bath, 4 rbons rear. Esat 

^^a^iu-bara.i$«S00. 
5 ^ooiH Home; S ijooBn rear. Bast SSrd Si, near CeMs 

-: $5750. Terms. ; • ' 
Beavtifjil 14 Boora^ Home (p Harvard; matefaay wooi' 
wo^ domwWrs; 7 baths; hurts lot 175x185. Pxloe 
$28>$00, Mast see to SMReciate. 
Also %e rooms oi fnrnnare, with eleetrie loe box aai 
idt^ien range, r , 

I I P. Il4 SJIiAIXWOOD 

125f Vfim 3Sth Sfratt PAtfcway TOW 

I LICENSXb BEAL ESTATE BBOKEB 


%[ ■^ 


iieiE IS 


$750 Take! 


Bal. mo. 
me. 2200 
3 Hooses — 5 roOm, S; room. Comer. WE. 7607r 


cidl 
. ^ AVE. 

-BE| 3S11. 

and 


"C4pOK' it'^LmMf ~n^dtt«l 1^ ™o- ^ <x^ 
.^M'^9' lOpiW i#^pQ see thU todWiy. 406 E. 

22ND ST. 5 BcicN|ns, Pilots. Boom for chickens axk gardens. 

WE. 7807— RO. 4SS2. I ' 


UYE IN 


III' Mown AD. 8J 


5 Boom Hcnne. 
AD. 8867. 


Act 


Hoiise*^^ 
room, 
today- 
Then 


WE. 7807— BO. 4552, 

$925 Takes Deed ^..^ 

Famished. A farm for chtdcens uid pooltry. See;! 
Wm be. sold tbOMnrow. 9611 BANDEBA ST, 
can mfr^WE. 7607— BiE. 3311. I ff 

C^B nA%A#R' ^"^t a war Bond at $18.75 ; iioldi this 
.^^9- l#wWn property till you gret to Miorow with 
I8M9.00. Bidance moqthlyi Don't miss this. MOVE IN close 
of Escrow. 716 to 722 EAST VEBNON AVE. 6 tfnit Stucco 
Conrt, all famished. Ugr 7 room house in rear of Mt run- 
ning: back off Vernon over 300 feet. Boom for a 4-fiat 
bidlding:. Will accept stnall down payment. Balanoja mcnthly. 
Owner, Wt. 7607T-BK 3311. [ ^ 

IF YOU DON# FIND WHAT YOU WA 
i I CALL ME AlMMfCE— WE. 7607— BE. SJU. 
I WANTS PBOPEBTY 


C49MAA l^«k«A#ss ^r> ^ Boom Home and 2-3 room 
TJs^W*^ ■/own double buncalow. Your rent 
free. Doume bunfaloir inotMue wU make yoor payments. 
;<7500. AD. 9867. 

8 Boom Doable Bonfalow. Dandy 
buy. AD. 9867. 


Down 

ilSIDC BARGAINS 


^isdo'bov^n 


$1200 Down 


5 rooms, 2 bedrooms. 

other properties. :BtUY 
PBOPEBTY FOB CASH. MB. BICHABDS, WE. 
SSU. Mr. Herold at S(|0 Centeal Ave. says: "I hs^e this heist 
bazKains in the City; ) 


CfftOCEA ni«h»AkM ^ Chance of a I^el 
^^^9\9 liOWn Boom Doable Buni 
painted, imly $6750. Dandy Eas{ Side location. 


Tinie. 


iw. 


98 n, 


MRS. TH04AP$0N, RE. B311 1 

.a'viii.i ,;.■ .MR* 


many 
ANY 

7607^-BE. 


10 
newly 


4 Boom Duplex with rie^injr 

porcli. Hardwood; vety good 

|conditi<m. SWI price 1J6400. West Side. BE. SSU— BO. 4552. 

ikiV BBCT eilY* S Booms wltii 3 room apt.- 
m I OjCa I D V I • Hdwd. Beantltal tUe kttdien 
sink. Congfletely fnrniriied. $2200. Bedroom suite, fkwr 
lamps, Axadnster mrb, radio, everyttMnir to oomplete each 
room. Fail* price $6500.<^BE. 3911— BO. 4552. 

WtSST 54TH. 6 rooms, S bedrooms; 
a rew. i 
$8000. BEi|^llr-BO. 4552. 

(I - . ; ■ ■ i ■ . ■ 

^C^ A/lj|% Ajk^Avse Famished Duplex. Teey. gooa 
▼^OUV JVOlfll oondltkMi. 4 Boom Do^ex, food 
farhltjore. Also gardok tool^ Unm mower, wato* hoM, ete. 
Fan price $6100. T is 

SOCAil for a beaatlfnl stoisoo duplex; hdwd., tile, 
*^A9wpF shower bath. 4 Bemns saeh; 8 raotn rear. 
BK 3311-SO. 4552. i ., , r 5. 


^ BsO|l|SeS 4 i room rev, good eonditlaa. Price 


l-jBr^- 


E^t^OT- 


t"' 


M 


KAY MARGRAVf, ftO. 4552 


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OVR FEATURE OF THE WEEK . . . Boyle HJeights . . . Diiplex 
on Brooklyn Avenue ... 4 rooms eacB. Comer Lot, in 
fine licondition, immediatie occupancy. Price, $6,500. Only; 


IfflLL-TOP'^PU'SJE OB Armado Street . . ,JmI 
50 feet wide . . . Two Rooms' and Bath, ^uA 


iOn TRINITY «t Twetlty-i^th Street A S^ikiiif 
stuceo. Ineome "$110 per montli. Price $9500. 
t4SQ0 down. j ; i _ 


We are still in poss«^<m of several exdn^w 
homes west of Harvard and North of Adsms 
Blvdi Prices b^;in at $10,000. Down; pay* 
ments ma low as $5000. •; | ■\^'' ■ 

1 ■ : 

9 ROOAkS FURNISHED, $950 Downi $6S0O f ttU 
price. East 23rd Stre^. " h , 


90 fecit long. 
Price y$liOOO. 



10 ROOJiiS, 3 baths^ <hi East 16th Stnet. OpI^ 11500 fiowa, 

j $65001 full price.] , 

I ■ I .-|t [ ' Ml *"■' ' ' <" ' ' ■ ' ' •■' "-■ ■■■''■ ' 

BflTWE^ 4ih andlj^Sth Streets oq Town Avenue. 6 8*^ 
tt^uile in front and 8 sinf^ niiii^ in rear. Good income 
property^ Entire; property with furnishings. Only $4,500. 
$'ZSII do>vn. 


4 4^ fUMMtf^ H0TEL.OB Winston, eoapbtelr 
--'<-. fnniished, recently redecorated i a • i d ». 
^ *W*^ loll piee. 9^00 dnau 

VACANT— West Side stucco dnpkx, '4 room* 
each. Hardwood floon thnrnghoat, tile. 
Weyt 30th Stoeet. $2,000 down. $7,500 fuU 


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OFFICIS OPEK 

DAILY AT 

U NOON 


S ROmks, East 22i^ Slr4<A, $9S0 down. I^Sol f nil iricie. 
5 ROOMS in fine cdMidirion, on Wall at 37th Street. FuU prico 
$3500. Only $1300 down. J i „ k.#. i 1 v 



VACaHT— West ^ide. S^oom stneeo. Tile, hard- 
wood floors. West 30fh. $1,500 down. $6,500 
full pi 


5 pb^rt^^uMiUt^ ^950 fin pw^ ^^ 

a ^^HEXL APARITUENT H0U8£ en Griffith Avenue. 39 apart, 
intm* for^ished. A sweet litqr at $25,000. $lSfiOO dtfwn. 


THE .C-SMWlLnCOMPAN 

DR. C. W. HILL, PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER 




OCFNSID RIAL 

NOFTHSIDt OFFU f 
DOW \ rOWN OFFICH 


LOAN 


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MA - 8472 



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2 4 T he CalMoniia Easic, ThiMday, July «, tt^ 


,-> 


New Book/'What tbe 
Negro Wants/' Comes 
Off Press August 26 

C3HAPEL HILL, N. C— "What 
the Negro Wants" Is the title of 
a book which was written at 
the request of the University of 
North Carolina Press and Is 
scheduled to come from the press 
on August -26. (300 pages, 5',4" 
by 8%"). The idea baclc of the 
request ttx such a book was that 
the country, and particularly the 
South, ought to know what the 
Negro wants, and that state- 
ments from outstanding Negroes 

.might throw light on this Im- 
portant question. 

• This book Is- edited by Ray- 
ford W. Logan and includes arti- 
cles or chapters by Leslie Plnck- 
ney Hill, W. E. B. DuBols, Wil- 
lard S. Townsend, Charles H. 
Wesley, Frederick Q. Patterson, 
Doxey A. Wilkerson, Gordon B. 
Hancock, Mary McLeod Bethune, 

■ George S. Schuyler, Langston 
Hughes, Roy WQkins, A. Philip 
Randolph, Sterling A. Brown. 
RayloW W. Logan, and Ira De 

•^'-.Reid. ; .) „ .. 


/ 


Hampton Institute Has 
4} Year Nurse Course 


HAMPTON, ya.— Young Negro 
wtinlen are now being recruited 
by Hampton Institute, Hampton, 
Va, fw the September class in 
ItsMour and a half year pro- 
gram leadng to a Bachelor of 
Science degree in nursing, it was 
announced last week by the In- 
stitute. 

High school graduates with 
good scholastic standing and 
young women with two years of 
college work who wish to trans- 
fer to fte Division of Nurse Edu- 
cation are eligible to apply for 
this .course. 


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, HAVE YOU A PROILEM7 

Do you fill to gtt along with 
■weathuru? Do you have trouble 
with your family or chlldron? Are 
you unhappy? Let our etaff of col- 
1*4* graduataa who are experienced 
paydhelogiati help you. aa they 
hava other*. Write your problem in 
datall. Send one dollar with your 
gueatlon to Problem Clinic, P. O. 
Box 1624, San Francisco, 1, Calif. 


SMiE or __ , 

tKSWDS ""^ 

By Tour W«r Job Coanseilor" 


BfANPOWEH FOH VICTOITI ; 
(TUa of fidal gorsmiiMhit r«- '; 
leas* is a part of th« Wcet >tan- s 
powwr recmitlag progiom of ' 
tta« UNITED STATES tXtflCfT- 
MENT SERVICE of th» WAR 
MAMPOWER COMMISSION.) 

"Whether you're using a nia- 
chine gun or a rivet gun, you 
luive to have rhythm." That's 
the explanation one of the Cham- 
pion women riveters at a local 
aircraft plant gives for the amaz- 
ing record she and her partner 
established of 104 rivets in 120 
seconds. 

Only en* short ^lat ago tb«T 
war* "green" b«giiui»rs; T«t 
todoT, their smooth, elfertlesii 
moTtmeats moke them chal- 
lenge any women riveters to 
equal their score. 
Without labor - saving, time- 
cutting "knacks" or "tricks" 
American production would not 
have been able to achieve its 
present all-time peak. Produc- 
tion superintendents are unani- 
mous in their approval of sug- 
gestions that conserve motion; 
coordinate tasks properly and in- 
crease the amount of finished 
products without increasing the 
amount of work. 

One seamstress mokes uni- 
fonns for war workers. Her 
speed is astounding. "I }ust 
imagine I'm doing an eld-fash- 
ioned square donee to 'Turker 
in the Straw," she explains. .: 
"It makes me work three time* 
faster." 

Whether it's riveting bomb bay 
doors, sewing war worker uni-: 
forms, assembling fuse boxes or 
sorting machined parts, rhythm 
helps get the work done faster 
and more efficiently. ( 

All men and women who kre 
now engaged in essential work 
would do well to get into the 
"rhythm" of the war movement 
through their nearest USES of 
flee. Job specialists at these of- 
fices will help them find jobs 
which are best fitted to their 
interests and abilities. 




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HigUy-cdneated| and w411-frMiicd| M«^tre soldiers stationed at the AAF Treining CTenunand Radio School at Siowtf Fells (Soath 
Dakota) Army Air Field hpld| many k«|^ joi^ Upper left: 1^ LeRoy JfcCunley (seated), of Newark; N. J., and Sgtj llilTin Williams, 
of Philadelphia, check Iths: "nose" of anjAT-lS. U.pp«r right: (left to right) Pvt. HowardA. Cooley, Chicago; Cpl. Rob<prt L. XUenswortit, 
T*rre Haute, Ind.; CpL Chicjaelle C. • QiUman, Montdair, N. if^., Rrt. Art^iur B. Sykei, Baltimore, Md, and Sgt Frarfc- D. Prime, Pitts- 
burgh, proecH r«eOid» of incoming iol(|ier8. Center row: (left) JS/Sgt Leon . M. Houston^v Austin, T*xai, repairs dimaged radio set; 
(center) Sgt Henry Q Kimhrongh, New York City, examines filmi strip in Post^theatre projection room; (right) Pfc J«ffri|y D. Ghateian, 
New Albany, Ind.; Pri. Sterling L. Charleston. Blnefielj, W. Vs., and Sgt. Willrar B. Strayh<^m, Chicago (left to rig^t). leheck.tfae files 
in the unit personniel jofie*. .{Bottom r^w: (left) Sgt Elmer T.Xsmp, Washington, P. C., edits t^*pMthistaa7;:(t^t)jPH.Si^^ 
Lymen, Frankfort, Kjj; Pvt jLawrene* ^. Collins, Pensawla, lii^-aBd:FfB.-SdWM Wt Xttxiiii/^^ s^ ^4^ m tiM^WKMJiH:* 



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IseeriMfeted 

latenwtieeal Usivcnal 

IM Kast V^mon Ave., at Wall Street, Los Angeles, ll, Calif. 

"Freedom, Health, Happiness, Prosperity, is God's GIFT, 
to all Mankind." Are you crossed up, bound and tied, by so, 
faUing to receive any of these blessings of God, in any manner? 

1 am cmne tiiat they might have life, and that they might 
have it more abondantly". St. John, 10-10. 

Th« ¥^lt^^^• of Miin's Existcnfa 
jcan only txi lniprov«d by Educa- 
tion, Unieritandin?. Man can not 
IB> BACK, to find imcrovem»nt Ha 
mu« praaa *-ORWARP. V the 
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7:4» p. m. Wed. Night, 
Regular Service. 

1:00 p. m. Thursday, Reg- 
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t:«5 p. m. FrL night, Reg __ 

ular Service. WSaOP HILTON 

REMEMIER, THE PRESENT, SO THAT YOU MAY BE ABLE TO TAKE 
CAM OF THE FUTURE. 'SFIRfTUAL DEVELOPMENT CLASSES," FOR 
IIGINNERS OR ADVANCED STUDENTS. CONSULTATION DAILY. 
. PHONf FOR APPOINTMENT, ADami ?29i. C. L-T»r»«r, Secrtfary. 
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EDITORS' NOTE: The folktwj- 
Ing is anetlMT in a series «j( 
seven articles by Wen^Xl 
WUlld* written qt the ||!Miuest 

of tlM Naur t«Ai;< ^iM^d T»ir 
bune. the Boston tteNi^ the 
MinJMapelis Star Jenrnliil CBmI 
Tribune, ^e Des MWjJm Be- 
gister'~aad TribuaeVx^^ F«rt- 
land Oregehian oad'tM 
Francisco Chronicle. ■■ | , 
Under the leadership of Lii*!- 
oln, in the fires of Civil War, the 
Republican Party'* stniggle to 
save the Union was transposed 
into the great moral Issue. ,of 
human freedom. By the Emanci 
pati'on Proclamation -apd -b^y 
amendments to the Fedwal Con 
stitution, under Republican lead 
ership, the Negro was! legally 
and constitutionally guirantepd 
exactly the same rights ^s every 
other citizen of the Unite^ States, 
It is theref<»e stranfee that 
Republicans, year aft* r yeju;, 
yield to the old stMMf jlg^ts 
argument and a narrow interpre- 
tation of federal power,! to pre- 
vent the passage of federal statr 
utes which constitute me only 
practical method by wSich tjbe 
Nero's rights can be ^ass ' 
him. . 
BASIC BIGHT TO VOTE 

One of these basic ijghts |Is 
the right to vote. Another is t^ 
right to live free of the hauntipg 
fear and the too-fr^quehl actuilr 
ity of mob violence, j | j 

The first can be j^sfranteed^ 
ujider the circumstahw^ w^- 
ing today, only by -'aj; federal 
statute eliminating. st«t e pjoll 
taxes ahd' other arbitrtry pto- 
hibitions against the fr|be exJer- 
dse of the vt^xts fmuMie^ the 
other only by a federal statute- 
making the eriine ^ femcblng 
tryable in federal- coi^ «»d 
punlsbable hT federal a^. 

Th» Biipablkam>«ntf 'la im 
plotfonn oBd inv.Qp* 
i{ens«Ltls 
cemiOt. ntiM 
aadi apMlfleaUT t* f«td*r«rl 
aati-peU tfoc and OBa-lfacliiag 

statutes./' ■'■--'J ■ ""^'"-/- 

The Negro people (rf'tlte United 
States understandably tefuse; to 
accept the techniical aj^guments 
against cloture in the d^hates on 
anti-poll tax *nd snti->lyncMng 
bills, or even the 
of ceastitutionalina. 


vent nich just measures from 
becompg law. 

And'^e very fact that the Re- 
publican Party was the instru- 
mentality through which the Ne- 
groes were given freedom makes 
them liie^more resentful that it 
shjould^in in acts, wlUch prevent 
them from obtaining' the sub- 
stance' of freedom^ 
WILL NOT BE SATISFIED 

Nor will they b'e' satisfied by 
the Counsels df patience and the 
assurances ot^kindly men that 
progress has been made, that 
eventually, through fair treat- 
ment and cooperative effort, Ne- 
groes -wijl .in p<wne distant day 
obtaln.the. rights which the' Con- 
stitotlijii 'i t ie\ f gnajpbit^ to 
then:!. ! . 

No one who has not stopped 
seeing and thirtkiVig could have 
missed the events of the past 
few yenTs' that Jiave lirawn to- 
gether, thirteen. miUton-Amerl" 
cans— one tenth p£ the nation-^ 
1 ntt o- [a determined purpostful 
unit. ; 

I9 Vfoti tifne . Negroes .hqrc- 
known^ .the: bitt*r' bumiliotien 
of Mfaig-ttiai^ a^*^ ,d«ld ;«^< 
en. 'eji9»r ' to H**rve te the- 


tion'Sj armed forces, excludod. 
from |seme branches of the 
«MTic^ or often relegated to 
meinii^ i«bs i» 'the bra^as. 
te.wbicfa th«T'bervebMB,ad- 
ndtted. 


Thejf have witnessed the ugly 
and tragic results of isace hatred 
and riots. They havfe knowh the 
brief S^urjty of good- jobs at 
decent^ wages .while htlielr help 
was neeffed in order to make the 
tool? .0^ war, only to bfe tillW 
with deep anxiety for fear that 
in the, readjustments .of peace' 
they irtfl be shiifiled* off into 
uilempti^rjit^Bit and poverty.- " . 
WJ&n^ VOl^CAL DEMOI^UU^ 
At iha same time, trem Okf- 
bai»lc9«id£^<Italy to the goUt- 
^^a^bmesifiojr^^in America- thcgr 
l^ve ■Ji igtn e dl t^"fli|te isBotii- 
'^S^^mbaei^deaiQferaSenkn a bOi- 
l«t : or i.'a "t^^^iiUnter of steel. They 
want how to see sqne political 
deiQOikaHSy as welV ' / 

ip^ras of tb«B diiMnut fbe 
umifmm tmtr nhleM fos 
-fwM'iNb 4*pdNr«d.-th» Negro 
•rUii dMiflo mte in Atlanta 

wbi^t leefcfrtrM* ▼•*• « Hm 
•Cbbrnlcpia- 

^JptttiiiB- iwiv-^of the <e(;nK>mie^ 


Police Safety 



Following the entourstgiiiig re- 
duction in traffic deaths and in- 
juries during the month of | May, 
which established si 20^year rec- 
ord, police today revealed that 
the' trehd is 'CMitipuing down- 
ward through thrmjmtlifdf-irune. 
■Statistics sliow. that 20:; per- 
sons, met death in ■ traffic 'acci- 
dents during the first 27 days 
of June, compared with 22 for 
thfe saine period in' 1943 — a de- 
crease of 94. per cent,, .j ; - 

"The total 'number' of p^r^pas 
injured in traffic- lor tive like 
period thisye|ir jyaS'812., During 
the first i27 days Of" J0ne,;l<i43, 
973 persons; received t rajf i 1 c 
hurtsi representing a 
cept; ^;edticUon fortjiis y^r. 


advances 
have come 

past twelve years, they will -ncrt 
■leave that party for vague assur- 
■^ces of future action' eipressfed 
iri pious platitudes,' or for a 1944 
version-of the states rights doc- 
trine, or even fbr procedures 
which, however, l^ally correct, 
in rpractical ' ■ effect! • indefinitely 
po^pohe correction!: of ;«>re and 
.desperate abuses. | • tj . 
. Negyo 'leaders are aliei^ *nd 
educated and sophisficatedjThey 
know that their problem.- is a 
■ part of- the -wOTidrWide strtiggle 
for human ; freedoiia.^ For their 
petyple tlwy ^ask -only, their .rights 



GREAT I| AKJES, til.— A vigor- 
ous period - • • 


of ' recruit . trJaining 
h^s begun for 17 C^ifomla Ne- 
gro Bluejackets with then- rec- 
ent arrival at the U. S. p^Javal 
Traming Center here, ^j :,-. 
Some men, hRving past exper- 
ience in an^ of the trades used 
by the-Navy, miaiy be- given petty 
loffker ratings i up<«i, completion 
of this reciiuii training period. 
The neir i^ecrjults arei: RItihard 
E. Brown, iS; Alphonso J. Mar- 
tin, 24, Bei-Kelley; RoheJrt E. 
WheaUey, J|r.,:23; Leo I?. Mt(«e, 
16,5 per Jr.; 18; i»iiest'>E.' LSghtAer, 20; 
•Bwt Thomias, 23; Rlrfiard A. 
jMorgan, 1$\ Edward" ;C. Henry, 
and social gains which Pfi ^?°^" I- .Ashfonl. 29; Da- 
e to Negroes cjurhlg the '^f, A.^roo^s, 18; Robert L. Sa- 
6 _ H 6 YiUe^ 22r Jipnej! BrgWn, 29; Las 
Angeles; Melvin Ahdrews^ 25, 
Oakland; Clarence a1" Craig, 25; 
Clarence B.;HUL 26, Sacramento; 
John M. Ware, 17; L«:CsRaBd^, 
18, San Di^ci -%>;: r'- 


.All of these schools with only 
tv^ (Exceptions are in the Sooth. 
Last lOgbt I ^tisMJad tt* 
gnatootlay uemcIsm of en* of 

<wx .baoatr mSmIs bora ta ' 
MmmpUM. w b ssg >t«dMrts come - 
fiWB Ohiei, MiaaisslppL Ariraa- 
SOS «ad TawuiMM.. 

These students must do sixteen 
hundred hours of study and 
class-room practice and take a 
rigid examination \mder the state 
board of cosmetology. There were 
twenty -five graduates, all of 
whrao passed the examination of 
the board this year. One of these 
graduates, Mrs. Beatrice Smith, 
is totally oeaf and dumb. 

TUe address of tiie idass was 
made by Miss Lucy Campbell, a 
long time teacher In the- Booker 
T. Washington High School— Miss 
Campbell, who is the author of 
spiritual and devotional sbngs 
that are sung by^ worshippers 
throughout . the" nation — Miss 
Campbell, a native of ikflsstesippir' 
a director of music for the Na* 
tional Stmday School and B-TLtJ. 
Congress, and director of mi)^; 
for the Central Baptist Church 
here in Memphis — the. author of 
songs such as. "The Lord Is My 
Shepherd," "Heavenly Sunshine,'* 
"Something Within." "He'U Un- 
derstand" and say "WeU Done," 
"Just to Behold His Face," and , 
'Touch Me Lord Jesus,"— songs " 
that will never die. 


lAIKUkY INDIVUtUAUY 
DESIGNED CORSm 

Smartform Foundations ' 
Surgical and Maternity Belts 

Mrs. Willie C Bladt 

I960 E. «ni St AD. ons 


MEMPHIS, Ten in:— WalsheKVTexas; and- MP«eho^ <!o!!efe. 
Miss, has a iMier colored, ^afff Atlanta. 
white population, and l>r. Dumas 
senior,. is one. 'of the wealtlxi,est 
men' ii> .towiju He oWns on the 
main street downtown, business 
after business building and lives 
in a big mansion that would 
make ^ou tjifnk you were in 
Hollywood to look at it. Besi<e« 
he is the inventor of more than 
one p-ateut gadget used in 
surgeryv <...-■;[ ; .. ■ • ^- ■ .' 

Durb^ ihe recent Republican 
rule, of the country, there were 
colOTe^ postmasters in Mis^- 
slp5)i as follows: Rev. Mr. Wat- 
son at PeatlingtQn; L. J. Piemas 
of Bay St. Louis; Thomas L Keys 
of Ocean Springs; Mr. Perkin's. 
Edwards; James Hill at;."fricks- 
burg, then the largest city ui the 
state, and the famous M^ Mn- 
nie Cox -of Indianola, ■who was 
so- stttbbornlb^ and persistently 
appointed by the great Th«)d<»e 
Roosevelt; While Thomas V. Mc- 
Allister of Vicksburg was receiver 
Mf 'PVibUc -mopeys. -, ^., ,'s5^,^ . 

As late as ;1883, far out <rf flte 
Reconstructicm Period, John R. 
Lynch represented the State in 
the Lower House (rf the nation's 
Congress, ari,d Isaiah T. Mont- 
gomery, fouhder of the cblored 
towii of Mound; Bayou, was a 
member of the. State Constitu- 
tiohal Convention of 1890. 

NOT fJSNOBANT . 

•Hie bob^, colleges and uni» 
versltles that teach' tfee youth of 
this generation that those South- 
ern colored political leaders were 
ignorant and unlearned me n 
make a totalitarian error. Hiram 
R. Revels the United States Sena- 
tor from Mississippi was a master 
of arts from Kiiox College in 
Illinois; and James Lynch, secre- 
tary of state was a graduate of 
the University of Vermont, and 
all the educational and political 
leaders of that day were men of 
honor, education, culture and re- 
finement 

One of the 'colored' Repre- 

S!Bnt<ttiTe^ In Congress from 

Seudi Carolina was an Oariord 

gradfiatob Kewtmbas. I am an- 

eye witnedl; maar Vf these 

lea4|tik I h«v« Maa and kaewn: 

I «ni a ncrtivei e| Mtselssippi. 

John R. Lynch was ttio avtber 

of ^lovetr and Kecenstmc- 

tion," perhaps tbe beat written 

book in that field, wbOs James 

Lynch ranks wttti tbe great 

Sorgent S. ^mttaa as ^ poUt* 

ical i»rater4 ;..''"^r.' •-T-'r,^', 
Alcbrn Agricultural aind Me- 
chanical College whose Presl- 
djeht, Willlaih Henry Bell, a 
Northwestern University master 
of arts, ranks easily among the 
best half-dozen State Land Great 
Colleges for colored people in the 
United States. 

Atlanta University and F i s k 
give accredited . and recognized 
degrees of master of arts, and a 
walk across the campus of IMl- 
l*rd University in New Orleans. 
State College at Nashville, arid 
Bennett College for women at 
Greensboro,. N. C, would make i 
you wonder whether you weie j 
visiting the University of Call- ! 
fornia at Los Angeles or the \ 
UnIvBrsit}rof Southern California. 
AqC|USDITSD j 

All the institutions listed below 1 
do A-grade and B-grarde work I 
accredited and recognized any- 
where in the nation: 
^Atlanta University, At 1 a n t a 1 
UniV^ersity Schodl ot Social Work, 
Bennett College, Greensboro, N. 
C, Bethume-Cookman dollege, ' 
Daytona Beach, Fla.; Clark Col- 
lege, Atlanta; DlHard University, 
New Orleans; Fisk University. 
NashviHe; Gammon Theological 
Seminary, Atlanta; Hampton Inr 
stitute, Howard University, 
Samuel Huston : College, Austin, 
Texas; Knoxville College, Knox, 
ville,. Tenn.; La$e College, Jack- 
son, Tenn.: -LeiMoyne College, 
here in liemphis; Llnwrin Uni 


A T T E N T I OM. 
DEFENSE WOtmtS 

SWEDISH MASSAGE 

In Tour Home 

GUARANTEED 
lOELAXATlON 

Also Bedodar 
BeaeonaMe Bates 

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titled. The ConsJ;itutiOB does nbt 
provide for first aQdseconticIasii 
citizens. ]' i '. 

DOF-EiWCATKWr; ' ' 

■lli^sr^MtlM^leitf'lo the Jsame 
; oppojrtanjt J^^ tp' ajjijuire im educ^-" 
tion — an education of the same 
quality — as that giverl to otlier 

citizeDs.. . . •-;-■• ■ ■' .- f ■' ;■•:; f * ■,• 

- ' - '*!!il^'^^2!^^9^ 

';pe(..-'«qvOa -ea p eodWHWiiat^d*-- : 
' Hfcj- JMIgli :fCT^ Miiea ato:ft«tat--:. 
' IBfr JiM^li^'fnui W pip itirt iwitlca ^ 

' _ "Thelt lig^lam^Ti^wt equal 
thajt «f axiy-eiNtizen aid tb^r re- 
ward should' be the ^m>e: is the 
reward of fyoy oti^^Hz^n for 
the same jab. ; ! t '- "? '■ :' 
Th e 1 r ecoirothit oppprttmity 
Should not^be limited by tfeefr 

COilor.- ■ ■ ' ■-, ' ^-'■.: ' :, ' ." 

And last, ;^ey sh^rald Jiaye tttfe 
ri^t of ev)^ citizen to fight for 
his country in any branch of her- 
armefl Services without discrim- 
inaMeii 'kad with equality of op- 



, IllirJafte?20. — 

Promotions! to Ho^ital Appren- 
tice s«:ondJclaaB weit gr^nted-to 
two- . C^lHrirnial Bhiejaiokjets in 
xe^nt gradnatioh cereniojiies tX 
the Hospital Corps Sbhool. at the' 
-u; S.. Naval Hospital here.- 
*The men are:- Curtis L. Sim 
moiis, 35; lgl2 McAllister St„ Los' 
Angeles, Cilif. ; : Nelson Wtftiams, 
Jr., 20, son of iMr. andJWirs., Jf_ 
WilHams. St., ill3 0'FarrelJ St, 
Can 'RanciSco.lCalHJ; '■ •' -i ■' 


pwttujity.. :;: I .J ^^ 

•• .^TlMfia--«i^-alHraiT;rHAtS;4bat 



All Of ;4l(e)B we i^fl^erttie 
freedom "fajr^whrch ih'eh of every 
colffl- and. Trace: are dying;-. Our 
aSbptioii ^ rejection i. otj them 
will be A«'tes^ of bur>slhcerlty 
ahd of out moral leadership in 
the eves of huqdreat oe^i«rttftrin« 
all over thewobd." ' .- ; V 


HEAT 

Qtiriag theae. acoNhlac suninier 
itHn, even if yoaVe hieky eaisgh 
to And a grassy spot in- the shade, 
even the cool breeze 1* »ot gplv0 te 
ease the smturtlng heait rasb, pnSkiy 
heat, or itch of mosquito bltec But 
with MsTsanw, the soothing, medi- 
'cated powder, you caa ytt relief 
from these hot weather miseries. 
« Yes, Mexsana.can be^ you as tt 
has millions of ethers. Just aprinkle 
it over your irritated iddn and 
youll be amased at bow quickly it 
soothes as it eases tbe itch right 
out of mosquito Utes or sonbunk 
And if ytMi're miserable from tor- 
menting heat rmsfa youll find ICex- 
aaaa promptly soothes the itdi and 
bum. You see Mexsannfiftyn helps 
prevent heat rash as ithacaspecial 
base that absorbs moisture on the 
skin, often the cau^e o( tbe raaii^ 
First AM fer FteriliM 
No wonder Mexsana is % favortt* 
with all the family from Grandma 
to Junior. MexAna caii reaOy pro« 
tect your irritated akin i^ptinst 
rubbing of coUara, girfiesand other 
clothing. And that goes for baby too. 
For Hexsana not only guard* ' 
against painful chafe irrttittoa iHit 
yersity. Livingstone College..Sal- 5t«Mee the«tlngaalbur»ofd**p« 
isbury, N.:.C.; .Pliilander Smith Jf'LS.Iit'l^tSMP' S!!f* 5: 
College, Little Rock. Ark.; Morris ?- '^^^..^?^^ "^^ «!?* 
Browm College, Atlanta; Shaw 
University, Raleigh, N. C; Spel- 
man CoHege, Atlanta; Texas Col- 
lege, Tyler, Texas; T^Hston Col- 
lege, Austin Texas; Tougaloo Col- 
lege, Mississippi;* Tuskegee In- 
stitute, .Virginia tJnion Univer- 
sity, WllQr Colfege. Marshall, I 


by specialista to relieve thMe di»> 
.comforts. 

So do as milHotts have 4sna Ue 
over 40 years. Keep ICexaaaa itways 
bandy as a iMt weatiber nnt>«id 
for everyone in your bom*. It ec^ta 
so little, even in the larger ■««— , 
yottll want to get someiiKbt now- 

be«t«rtbeeealaed«iwM»lCimubi 



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Ummo^ Bond Rally 
1^ 0ay,: July 22iKi| 1944 
'ory Mouse. Pilrsiifeif Squaro 

%^ ^ HIM Sfroots 

. .; 5|wii*wierf hy 


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^^The ma of ^Stm O m im xCmtahia. igTtte every Atro-i 

to euaeig -.4ar prtdattaBi and snuifiilsiliiii ■» 'HA 
iiffiiw la tfce -Ifla A. War- p5^ 


AnreaOe Is 


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;t«w Bnadtb' [ :'; 

i a s s t lmW e pnqwrty regaled aotf 01 


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' ^^^ <»^fJ»*g. /gg awff Ba> nrt a Bd > a»e fanO^ fhdt 

■t^ge wa|. pr aaifr tbat -great wkt pletare. "'NBGBO 
SOLDtKB." with soond uul features, bi «be Wu AvMw^ 
iiun,. FBBi; yes Iree to EOu, OmU- funiliei and frieadta; 


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tii% raqiMslcrf 4o MMt Friday 
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•*mfEGROES are shedding 
j^ Jv blood on every bat- 
llefield iii this war. Blood 
is red regardless of who 
sheds it just as guns are 
guns regardleM of who 
hold them. We've got to 
have guns to defend our 
country, and we've all, 
everyone of us, got to help 
buy those guns with War 
. Bonds." This statement 
,was made by Robert 
Snuth, Los Angeles Navy 
Steward who has seen ser- 
yiee in nine ma jot battles. 
.1 We .salnte our Com- 
mander-in-CSiief , President 
Franklin D. Roosevelt for 
his acceptance to serve us 
an leadler for the coming 
four years. Mr. President, 
we have^ libiding faith in 
your sincerity and your 
ability and, above all, your 
ibitfi. . in the people ; and 
,4|bi^f|w« say, the people 
f^ill' not let you down. 
'^ Asthe vmce of the Ne- 
■^pr». >peai^ l^e,; may I 
i«y we read history with 
our liearts, not with our 
lips. We have long since 
learned' that lip service 
Btarts and stops with the 
lips. The heart is some- 
thing indescribable, some- 
^bing within. We have 
watched your every move 
in, and out of the White 
Houses We believe that if 
the whole power was Test- 
ed in you, you would 
make this country a unit- 
ed nation. 

, We are on th^ battle- 
fields fif^ting. We are at 
the Blood Banks offering 
our blood; and we are 
helping to build the ships 
and planes. But too often 
our hands are tied and 
our feet shackled, hamp- 
ering our efforts as skill- 
ed and unskilled workmen 
because o«^ain individ- 
uals insist upon practices 
of s^regation and dis- 
crimination in our war in- 
^ dustries. 
•- ' None of this shall dis- 
parage us. , None of this 
AbU turn us aside from 
the path that leads to the 
chosen goal— a complete 
victory over our foes. Hit- 
ler and Hirohito. 
* , ■■ We are mindful of the 
fact that the Fair Employ- 
ment Practices Committee 
was 9 step in the right di- 
rection guided into being 
If^ a man who realizes that 
-tletory rests, not alone in 
',«ptlqnering the enemies of 
^mocracy in Germany 
and Japan, but likewise in 
the United States. There 
-i|hould be no political 
football played by either 
Republicans or D^ocrats 
in the matter of making 
the F.E.P.C. permanent. It 
IWBS eoncetved in the, idea 
,i9i permanency and dedi- 
cated to tfie cause of free- 
dom for the workers of 
the world. 

Hence the allocation of 

$500,000 for the Fair Em- 

v'plQyraenl Practices Com- 

' ribittee i» a limited victory 

(Continued cm Page 2) 


VOL. 65— NCT. V4 


Shipyard 
To Continue 



IN NEW ROIJB— Mr. and Mrs. James Uoyd Crawford, above, 
who are busily preparing; themselves for supporting roles in a 
forthcoming: prmiuction whose star wjUl be presented by Doc' 
Stork. Mrs. Crawford, better Itnown as Hattie McDanlel — win- 
ner of the Academy Award for her performance in "Gone With 
the Wind", has been at Universal with MartlA O'DriscoU in "Be 
It Ever So Humble". Until a short wUle ago, Mr. Crawford was 
out of the jity oh business bnt the par^ts-to-be have arrangred 
to have the latter weeks of anticipation uninterrupted by busi- 
ness or screen committments. Hie Crawford heir, If a girl, will 
be named Hattie McDaniel Crawfprd; if a boy, Otis, in memory.. 
of Miss McDanlels' late brotlier. 


4 More Red Cross 
Workers In India 

TUSKEGEE. Ala.— The follow- 
ing men from CaJifomia have 
completed their primary training 
at the 2164th AAF Base Unit here 
and have been transferred to 
Tuskegee Army Air Field to con- 
tinue their training in the basic 
and advanced phases of flying. 

They are Air Cadets Lincoln 
W. Nelson ,son of Mr. and Mrs. 
J. F. Nelson of 330 South Ban- 
croft street, San Diego, and Don- 
ald A. Hawkins, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. C H. Hawkins of 1701 Cer- 
ritos street, San Bernardino. 


Extension Granted 
In lower 13' Case 


A foint glimmer of hep* 
.•hen* through in the "lower 
13" case this week when the 
Oregon Court groated <».ll- 
day extension to the time tor 
filing a petition for ateheor- 
lag In the ccue ol Robert X«e^ 
Folkes, convicted cw the slay- 
er of a NavT Ensign's bride. 

The ceaviction resulted 
when Folkes was accused and 
subaequently brought to trial 
for mmder after the we mwi , 
Mrs. Berttia Vixginia James 
was feond^ia her birth en a 
Southern Padfie pu sie ng e r 
treHn with her threat cut. 

With tb* exteasiea gra n ted, 
the petition most be filed by 
FridoT. July 21. Instead of 
July 10 wbidi was the origiit' 
al date akf, after the Court by 
a S-te-2 dedsion bod (rffirmed 
the prerious ceuTictien. 


Divine Angels Buy 
Bonds in fiyCHy 


NEW YORK, N. Y.— Setting 
some kind of ^ record by pur- 
chasing $94,000 worth of War 
Bonds that were credited to the 
state of Pennsylvania,, although 
the actual sales took place in 
New York's Harlem, followers of 
Father Diylne won a moral vic- 
tory last week. 

Chanting a ditty .that was 
composed for the occasion and 
which trigs along lightly as fol- 
lows: - '" ■ ^ 
"We won't buy bonds in Harlem 

today 
We wHl take our millions away, 
We'll buy Bonds in another state 
Until New York officials doi as 

Father says." 

The Aiigels purchased their 
bonds from Philadelphia Police 
Captain Henry Brown and Loals 
(Continued ohj Page 2) 


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Cou^ Action f<^ 
Full 1 Recognitiof 



Memibersof Ithe Shipyard ^ 
"\^ r lie r s "Cj&mmittee For? ' 
Bqual jParticipjation are.de-} 
termined to carry the fight 
tb eliminate tie Jim Crow 
A F L ■ jBoilmakers Auxiliary 
Union i Policy : to the Sup-j 
reme Court bf Califomiaj 
This detemiination has 
grown from the encouraging 
support which the com- 
mittee has . received from 
Community business men, 
leaders^, organizations and 
Churches, dulling the past 
■week, and throughout the 
ijpng struggle :tor full union 
lights, j ' 

! A canripaign to raise $3000 
which vi|ill be needed to cover 
cpurt costs and attorney fees 
l^as been launched by the com- 
mittee, ^nd attorney Ben Mar- 
golis, onp of the legal representa- 
tives, left for San Francisco this 
\^eek in order to participate in 
the State Supreftie Court hear- 

'[ (Continued pn Page 3) 



four^e Dugan Gets 
A Divorce, ICku'ging 
Cruely and Assault 


\ Youre^ Dugan, il24»4 East 43rd 
Street, attractive actress, received 
^n iHter^>cutory decree of divorce 
fjfom her husbana, AUie J. Dugan, 
iji Department i:| of the Superior 
Court last Tuesday, July 11th, 
after Judge, Wilfiam B. McKes- 
son had heard testimony from 
Mrs. Dugan an4 her witness, 
Maggie iHathaw^y Fleming, also 
ajnact^ss. f' " ' 

SRtJNKEN RACES 

1 Both jyoung ^|?omeH testified 
tjhat Diigan in fits of drunken 
rage tore up farnitutie in the 
household of th4 parties and at 
cine tinjie threatened to attack 
jjlrs. Di^gan witn an -ax. Tfsti- 
itlony wjas also glVcn that-Dugan, 
at the time of t|c divorce trial, 
^as lodged in thp Couiity Jail on 
a fifteen day intoxication charge. 
Mrs. Diigan wasi represented by 
attorney Walter jL. (Sottlon, Jr. 


ii.ii. 


Colonial Freecf 


NEW YORK, N. Y.— On the 
day of Gen. (SiarlesDeGauUe's 
arrival in Was^ingtcm, July 6, 
Paul Robeson, chairman of the 
Council on African Affairs,. and 
others associated with him -dn 
planalng a memorial meeting 
in honor of the late Governor- 
CJeneral Felix Evoue, telegraphed 
a moBsage of greeting to the 
President of the Provisional 
Government of the - French Re- 




I^blic. 

[The i^essage lauded the-"pro- 
measunis and outlook 
f^ir the I French colonies" which 
have taken shape imder the Free 
adniinite^ation, and = declared: 
'^e lopk to France to play a 
prominent role in ther fulfillment i 
df the democratic aims of the 


NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF— 

Dexter Sebastian Schiffer, 23, 
Los Angeles product and for- 
mer local boxer, who recently 
received his honorable dis- 
cluirge fromfthe Army af t6r 
aervlng overseas in the South 
Pacific, has been appointed fa 
deputy, sheriff for tlie county 
of ,L(ffi Angeles- ]MEr> ^cfaifler 
placed fffth on the recent 
eligibility list of more than 100 
successful candidates, and 
made the highest score of soy 
N e-g r o applicant who ' passed 
the exarairiation. 


Jufo^' 3, of the Sant.a Fe train, 
the ^ead of Jim Crow was 
not^owed, for following the 
trag^y. Miss Lu la Dupham 
and one of the eight Negro 
Porters on, the train No. 19 
w^e denied food at the onjy 
nearby cafe in | Wil^iaias, 
Arizona, the scene j of tlje ac- 
cident. The Dining Gar had 
been demolished,! and the 
maid and the porter relfus^d 
servite at the ']^iacil Cat 
(Safe, had to w^lk [three: 
blocks tc) a cafe owned by 
Negroes to secure; anjj food 
so that they might continue, 
their work, of rnkking the^ 
passengjers comfoijtabli. 

■y^at might be terttied ^ mere 
coincidence by the .IfUnknowing 
savipd Miss Dunham ifromj death 
Jn , the wtecK< , J^s^ Duriham, 
however, attributes Iier x^iraipu-. 
. JS*5.?^^e tot*,''^^ing! JP^fri-: 
■ W^fibeT^' maie • for .the^Sfenta' 
FeRailway for the.|>|iit.I^^s'.pa^^l, 
Miss Dunham wf s on''ia,j|ty^ori 
the crack passenger ^^[ih^ue in 
Los Angeles the inorriiaig of 
July 4. At 8:30 p.m. tjie pifevious 
evening her services w«e re- 
quired by a woman pasisenger 
i (Continued on F^ge ^i) ; 


KILLEDIIIUCTIOH! 

Pfc. Limrence H. Lane, 
son of Mrs. Marian Q. 
(>rIon rpf 1461 West 
37th plaic^, has been re- 
ported by the War De- 
partment las kiUed in a^ 
tion in the Southwest 
Pacific in the latest cas- 
ualty release this weel^. 

Accused, Sliot In Leijr 
Wins Acquittal On 
Firearms Cliarge 

Vernon Jackson, 173^ Esist 
35th Street, was acquitted '■ of 
charges of resisting an oflicer 
and exhibiting firearms after a 
sensational trial before Judge 
Leo-Aggeler last Monday morn- 
ing In Division 7 of the Muniei- 
pal Court. 

Jackson who was represented 
by Attorney Curtis C. Taylor, had 
been arrested on April 16th | by 
Officer Roger Greenwood, y&ing 
policeman, of Newton Street Divt- 
sioh, who not ronly arrested Jack- 
son' hut shot him through the 
leg causing him to be. sent i to 
the .Gjeneral Hospital- where his 
leg was placed in a cast i^ 
from ^^e, effects of which helis 
still On crutches. 

The officer charged 'that JaCk- 
7, Ncdntiriued -6n;pi|ge2), I 

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leaiaaing wltti this Sataidafe. 
«M efficM «f . tte Cadtfanda 
Eos^ wtll dow pionqrtlT- « 
iroideck, liMtf. Tbot nmnii 
ohlr CI hoU digv SotoidaT fra|a 
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Knights of PyffiiaM 
In 57th Afljiual Session 

BIRMINGHAM, AleL— The 57th 
annual session of " the '• Gcind 
Lodge of Knights of Pythias of 
the: ■ State of Alabaima, closed 
here late Wednesday, Juine 28, 
after one of the -moslt successful 
and largely attended sessions in 
its history. , ' '\ \ ' L' , 

The Grand Lodge vs as called! to 
ordjer on the sixth ikoor 'of the 
Pythian Temple, 3lb N, iSth 
street,' at 10 o'clock a.m.j Tues- 
day, June 27, with Oscar W. 
Adams, Graiid Chance Uor.presad- 
\3\%. Delegates had. Mtnej from 
every section of the state, amd 
many distinguished,, j rand lodge 
officers and' visitora from! other 
states were present. 



BE»7BISS F!B/U:n^ ~- Dr. 
^]hn BL Boiteson fr. luis re- 
soinBd- private ixaidi^.wiA re- 
oiw^ Ids office .Jtit^l9«9^^ 
tiWi we&de- pn'B<)iiin|On WfS 
rMSMitly twitorrtiy |fiMb*CK# 
ftoDi tbe U. %. Arnqrj a|teit J)Kr- 
iag'n^etk IS'id o'n tllili'l^tii^ 
gmiMoiBihUT deparbiMit of 
the statton lkN9fttfl|jtt <J^ei^ 
aoh BamH^s. Ma |)teiwa8 tr~ 
cipiy Segico ^kicte sfttediMl 
tliaite^ptal;aii4«aB]riiiea and 
tr^^^^^uA^oitiitecletis 
tbio^ J^. BolHnMB^ra sradn- 
ate^.Ae Itaiversf^lid^CaUfor' 
aiid trainee" wJi*w/'«rvtag: 
Bia aad Intoned "ittjf^ttait Aa^ 
g«Ies~Coanty Qed^mVokf^H. 
He, l9«eHced in ^fs| e% prk« 
toenter^n^ tbe .nmiy ajod lili 
nud^ friends - aid : ttumtr p*- 

ke 9 teck, ready,, 
aUeiie-aetre tbCTu 


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DENIED FOOD AFTEJB SAIf TA FE WBECK— Mrs. Ijda Duf 
hMn, wlio has been onpioyed as a maid on the Sttnta Fe Rail- 
way for sixteen yearsj and who ctiarges that stie was denied 
service in a nearby caf^ which she mtered after aiding many of 
the injured following tjbe recent Santa Fe train wreck in wMch 
she was seriously injured. 


John KiMocli Now 

News was receiyed t^s weelc 
of the apppiatntent of th^^Cal- 
ifornia EoqIc'i ioxmer Hoaog- 
Ing Editor, m: I^ks Vale<^ 
to tb* Fvblic Belatiai^ post 
of las ualt^ "SomvtJkf in 
England." ifCtlnleidc! Is wlib 

fren ; ^1 indlopt^ona 
niK^ Ml tho fivraiki 

etlT "clwaiti^^-ISnit band n- 
potts oi iiii: frdjrwliich iwiU be 
aant fromlUie-battlo float br 
PFC Kiailocyi ^ coluiian bos 

not oj^eonMifeir jwv^nrtd ««eks 
because of the moil delfaT due 
^ tbe inirat|oc|.. 



Phila. Crop J^mpkign 
For An Aniiiiance Plane 

; WASHINGTON, D. C.-[s«^«'*^ 
Negro groups' in Philadelphia, 
working in cooperation with the 
P{iiladelph;a War. Finance com: 
mittee ,are dainpaignin|g! to .sell 
$275,000 in Wai- Bonds tb! finance 
the cost of a $125,000. atnbdfince 
plane and t\yo $75,000 Thunder- 
bolt fighter-bdmb^rs', -afccording 
to a report to the Treasury De- 
partment ..thi? iweek. [ 

"This is the first tlW that 
Philadelphia Negroes have bpen 
jcfentified with^ specific objectiveis 
in their war loan activities,"- said 
iVfrs. Evelyn Bejmblds, chairman, 
of the groups.! | 


NY'HeraiillTriiHine^s. 
Praise for J|i5il^M)|rf,j 

NEW YORK, 'N.Y. " (C) — Mrs. 
Mayme Jones-Jason seiin a letter 
to the Heral^^ Tribune praising^ 
it for the" publicity: accof ded her 
soi^ Leo M. Jones, which resulted 
in freeing the boy along, with 
others of charges enafcted- bjj 
their SoiitheralConrmahd^s.-Mrs/ 
Jason's . letter •rcadMn part:' , 

"The Herald. Tribune,] one .of 
our natirim's greatest newspapers, 
h^es 'done the; cause of i<istice to 
the Negro arid to all oppressed 
and dlscrimlnuted peopH a serv- 


ice; 




NAACPYiiial 


4(iyiB|ois iSorcmor, 

Miy^c^ Keif ]r Glrc 

^Wele^c ito Body 

C HI CA G O, Til .— Go V. 
Dwig'ht H. Green and Mayor 
Edward F. Kelly wen; 
among State and City officii' 
als welcoming' to Chicasro 
the Wartime Conference of 
the National Association For 
the Advancement of Colored 
People, which opened here 
yesterday in Metropolitan 
Community Church, 41st and 
Sbuth Parkway. 

Despite full compliance with 
ODT trorel regiildtions. na* 
tionol officers, directors cmd 
field secretaries ore aqieetad 
to be oa band. 
Procedures for l|gal and social 
(Continued on Page 2) 


Women Freed In , 
Baskins Killing f^ 
After a Hearing Y^ 

A« the result of a preliminary 
hearing held in Division 3 of 
the Mtmicipal Court last week, 
Beatrice ■ Baskins, 1530 £. Santa 
Barabara, and her sister Carrie 
Broussard were exonerated In 
the killing of Johrt Baskins, well 
known 'local contractor who was 
found shot to death in his baxii- 
yard at 1530 E. Santa Barbaza' 
on last November 28. 

According' to a police report, 
tiie* two' women are now being 
sought to answer charges of 
solicitation of murder, and it Is 
expected they will be held for a 
hearing' as soon as they are ap* 
prehendedj ' • ' 


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With total, retports adding . up 
to $7,w.50 having been made 
to datft.the NAACP MeAbcrship' 
Campai|nri has,'^ achieved! 78 p^- 
-bijii a[ the nafidna) qiiotia mark, 
it-.Wa^ aQnc^Uttc^ this week, by 
Atto^i^! TJiqpias L. Griffith, 
pVesident of the local branch and 
director of the membenfa^ drfv^ 
Tbo total-: ^rqp^!(rtad ^dMody 
■ » ca» ds 4^ lOBnimnBt r<Midkt 
fifr; WSttatiwibi^catsmilrad tbo 
b«s^ ia tb* MfUpf joi tt»^ 
tnaih. Six JM^Iridaal Clf^ 
Mwn|beT«hipa. were rt^o^ed at , 
T a ewitt y nighfs me at ia g. and 

taken br BMIaad Lodge, 21k 
«.• K. and A. K. 71m Llfa ; 
HeadMrabips arc woqwired br 
U^^INSpBfBitfBl SlOO coib tritti 

pmniMttK-te ba . 
fidl aaoaat to 


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. jraocbad, 

Mrs. Emma Spencer, leadfTttt 
tbe Watts Arta District, holds a 
conjfortable lead over other sop- 
ervlsors with 52 per cent of ber 
asaignf^. quota. of $2,500 already 

^°- - ■ ' ' ■ ' ' >^ ' \ ^!:-^: ^■', ' ■ 
NIP Alfb TDteK^ ' 
- A nip and tiick CMnpetition h«» 
developed between Clarence O, 
English, supecyisor^of tiie Wcst> 
side Area and Clarence S. Smith, 
supervisor of the Eastside Area. 
The latest retiirns show the West- 
side reporting $2,126.40 and'the 
Eastside reporting $2,088. 
. With 18 days remaining before 
the drive comes to a close, It la 
confidently expected that the ln« 
tensified activity of the supervi- 
sors in all sections w>ll result in 
having tbe. finals totals- 
nia quota. 


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-The Caiifomia Eafte. Thursday, July 13, 1944 


On the Sidewalk 

I . I (Continued from Page 1) ' 


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Since iKe status of the 
F.E.P.C. is Btill undefined. 
ll|luit we mast hare is a 
pi^mianent committee with 
adequate funds, and en- 
. Ifbrcement powers which 
.the Los Angeles Railway 
l^ompany would respect. 

Les Angeles is swinging 
into action. Chairman Mal- 
colm Ross announced this 
week that the committee 
haf scheduled a public 
hearing to be held in Los 
Angeles August 8-9 to ex- 
amine numerous com- 
plaints filed with the com- 
mitteee alleging employ- 
ment practices in viola- 
tion of the Executive Ord- 
er by the Los Angeles Rail- 
way Company. The com- 
plaints, said Mr. Ross, 
charge that the company 
refuses to employ Negroes 
and members of other mi- 
nority groups in certain 
categories of work because 
of their race or national 
. origin. 

Mr. Ross 'further states 
that the Committee is go- 
ing ahead negotiating with 
the company to make if 
possible the hearing un- 
necessary. 

The prompt response by 
our churches in coming to 
the financial aid of the 
Boilermakers in their legal 
battle to drive out Jim 
Crow in the Boilermakers' 
Union No. 92 lends hope 
and revitalizes our faith in 
the peoples*^ ability to 
pressure the Los Angeles 
Railway into using all 
available manpower re- 
gardless of national origin 
to do the job which it has 
the sole responsibility in 
J /OS Angeles of doing — 
Krtting the right man to 
the right job on time so 
that production may not 
lor one minute be disrupt- 
ed. 

We are emerging Victors 
on the blood drenched 
battlefronts of Europe. In 


order to win on the home 
front we must pull . our- 
selves out o£ the mire of 
internal strife, race hat. 
reds, and color prejudices. 
Then, and only then, will 
we sing together, work to- 
gether, and live together 
—one nation of the world 
of nations. 


"Buf£)nd2 


: (pmtlnued from Page 1) 




J. Aihacahdo of the Pennsylva'- 
nla War Finance committee who 
had come ^to K&iiem jfor the 
benefit of the Eennsylvania 
campaign. j. 

, Harlem post offices |had le- 
fused to sell bonds to the c\ijt- 
ists under their Heavenly namfs, |j 
but the Philadelphia sialesm^n 
registered such names as Miiss 
Wonderful Sincere, Mis* Faitn- 
ful Child, Mr. Ev^Love and Mr. 
Seven Stars. • 


NAACP Meeting 

(Continued from Page 1) 

action neceseaiy toward realiza- 
tion of total peace in the post- 
war world for minorities, will be 
the main concern of all speakers 
and discussion leaders. 
Nen.PortlMm 

Although politically non-parti- 
san, the 35year-old association, 
which represenu either directly 
or indirectly through Individual 
and group memberships more 
than six million Negroes, will 
point up' specific answers to 
questions concerning: -^ 

The Stake of Organized Labor 
and the Negro in the November 
Eleetion at the AVednesday 
meeting, July 12, 8 p.m.; Em- 
ployment and Housing, In busi- 
ness sessions, Thursday after- 
noon, leaving for the evening 
public mass meeting addresses 
on The Legal Attack to Secure 
Civil Rights. Negro Youth in a 
Free World and What the Negro 
Soldier Expects. 

■ •sides dlacussioa ef the 
Armed Forces, the Pridor 
monUag pcmel wUI attempt 
to set up determinoats as to 
How tho Hogro Should Vote. 
Prldoy evoBln?, authorities 
from the fields of Labor and 
Manasement will reveal from 
their reapeetiv* standpoints 
Hew the Negro Con Hold His 
JoK 

Outstanding speakers and au- 
thorities will intlude: Judge Hu- 
bert T. Delany, Domestic Court 
of Relations, New York: James 
B. Carey, secretary - treasurer, 
CIO, Washington, D. C; Thur- 
good Marshall, special counsel, 
NAACP, New York; Capt. Grant 
Reynolds, retired Army chaplain, 
World War IT; Walter Hardin, 
UAW-CIO, Detroit, Michigan: R. 
E. . Gillmor, president, Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, New York; 
J. Leo Hardy, president in exile. 
New Iberia, La.; Odcll Stukes, 
president, West Phllailelphla, 
Pa., Youth Council. 

Discussion leaders will be 
Gloster B. Current, executive sec- 
retary. Detroit Michigan Branch 
NAACP; George M. Johnson, Jr., 
associate director, the Presidents' 
FEPC Committee, Washington, 
D. C; Dr. Frank Home, Federal 
Public Housing Authority, Wash- 


Shot In Ud^ 

(Continued from Page 1) 

son drew a gun at 38th Street 
and Central Avenue after hal\r 
ing been ordered to siirrendiir 
and that he fired as iJacksop 
backed away with the^ gun 
his hand. 

Jackson, however, took tlie 
stand in his own defense ard 
denied the officers story ard 
stated that he was in the act 
giving the gun to th? officer 
who had demanded it when 
officer suddenly lost his heald 
and fired, the bullet I strlkirjg 
Jackson in the leg. 


S. E. Lamkin Gets 
30 D^ Vacation 

S. E. Lamkin, motor cwj^ch in 
spector and machinist for the 
Pacific Electric Railway Conji- 
pany in the southern district bf 
Riverside, - San Bemadino ar|d 
Remands, has been given a 30 
day vacation by the Compaiiy 
as a jeward for the devotion he 
has shown to his duties. 

Mr. Lamkin, who is the firist 
Negro to hold an inspectorship 
with the company, plans to 
spend his vacation in ■ Kansas, 
Detroit and other eastern points. 


Ington, D. C; Horace Caytqn, 
Chicago, Illinois; Andrew D. 
Weinberger, New York; Leslie S. 
Perry, administrative assistant, 
Washington, D. <:., Bureiu 
NAACP; Rev. Maynard Jackson, 
president, Progressive Votets 
League, Dallas, Texag; Jud^e 
William H. Hastie, former Civil- 
ian Aide to Secretary 'of wtir 
Stimson. 
2f th Spingam ^edal I 

Before an anticipated Sunday 
masS meeting crowd of 30,0(k), 
Dr. Earnest R. Hooten, eminent 
anthropologist of Harvard Uiji- 
versity, will present the 29th 
Spingam Medal to Dr. , Charlbs 
R. Drew, professor of surgery at 
Howard University College of 
Medicine. j 

This year's medallist wen 
tho coveted award for eu^- 
etondtng worlp in blood plas- 
nfa and the establishment of 
the blood bonk in Presbrterioii 
Hospital in New Tork Gity, id 
tor a model for the currest 
eystem of blood banks used bjr 
the American Red Crois. 


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..I have as little right to 
tbdraw as the soldier iieis to 
»ve his post Jn the line." With 
words, Franklin Delano 
i^elt submitted to the re- 
quest of an overwhelming num- 
Vet of the American people and 
ninounced his decision to ' serve 
•gain at the him of the Ship of 
■""ite during the most momen- 
us times in history. 
^Facing one of the bitterest 
npaigns that is has been the 
of any presidential candidate 
Iter, .President Roosevelt 
given to history some of the 
eatest records of statesman - 
_ ip and courageous leadership 
firer shown. 

g It/^BS his nwciT*riB9 stand 

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Thursday, July 13, 1944 


^Published every Thursday by 
&e Callfomla Eagle PubUshing 
Oinipany, 4075 South Centr^ 
*frenue. Entered as Second aass 
Hatter November 3, 1937, at the 
Post Office at Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia tmder the Act of March 3; 
1S79. 


lK(TERSTATE UNITED NEWS. 
i PAPERS, Inc. 

4(|Ulenal A<*v«rtUina R«pmentatlvti 
t S4S Fifth Av*., New Vork City 
vA Murray Hill 2-5452 


OltrloH* A. I< 
J«hii S. Kii(lecK_ 
J. CulUa F«atrtu. 


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BAIw's bUiskMl^ triumphs. It 
, wiBS Um dear-aighted Tiaon 
' that drattotisMd the trMnen- 
dous iMonxcts of his notlTS 
load Into sUps and planes end 
guns which, sored the hopes of 
the world yriitn hope was sere- 
iT needed. 

Against this record of leader- 
ship and courage there will Ije 
opposed the reactionary hopes of 
the angry politicians in the na- 
tion. Only the people want bis 
leadership. It was in answer to 
the call of the people that he 
said: "... 1 have as little right 
to withdraw as the soldier has 
to leave his pcfst in the line." 


Nurses' Aides Badly 
Needed In 1. A. Now 

500 volunteer Nurse's Aides are 
needed immediately to staff civ- 
ilian and military hospitals 'n 
Los Angeles and vicitinty. 

Applicants must be between 18 
and 50 years of age, American 
citizens, with high school educa- 
tion of its equivalent, and be of 
good health. Nurse's Aides are 
required to give a minimum ot 
300 hours service a year, averag- 
ing a day per week. The training 
consists of an 80-hour course, 
with 45 hours of this total being 
spent' in practice on the wards 
of General Hospital. Interview 
appointment calls may be made 
by calling Fltzroy 5261, Exten- 
sion64 or 65. / 

With two intensive classes al- 
ready under way, Los Angeles 
chapter, American Red Cross; this 
week made preparations for for- 
mation of several Nurse's Aide 
training groups as the summer 
drive for volunteers moved into 
its second week. 


: -' 1 WATCH FOR THESE EVENTS 

AT SHILOH AME ZION, MOKBOVIA 

rOimtH AND LAST QUARTERLY MEETUfGI Sunday July 
IS. Her. E. V. Bonks. Pastor of the CMJE. Church of Pasadena 
%U1 be the oftemeen qpeoker and his choir will sing. Come out 
«ad help mok* this tlw largest and best quarter of the entire 
Ceaf«enc« ysor. Our new Presiding Elder Rev. W. B. Smith ^i 
Oakland will b« pr«««nt. 

JXTLT 18 and 19 TUESDAT AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS— 

S:30 P. M. The Vietorr Onb No. 2 of Shileh AJICE. Zion Church 

^iriU piMODt DOROTHT "CBRTANT N.B.C Rodie Drama^ 

^"■^tt of Chicago in Recital at Clifien Junior High School. Iry 

Palm Dtv MoazoTia. CollL Tickets 55 cents. Bo suzo to be 

t. 

AKRUAL MEN'S Day under, ouspices of Civb No. 1 of which 

C I. A40IBS is Captain. Rot. George Gamer will be the 

Bsialng speaker and music will be ftimisbed by ttie Re«al 

lannonlseiB. directed by Mr. Washington. Mr. Floyd I. Creee 

If Los Angelee and Mr. A. J. W. Berry of this church will appc|ar 

pn th* ereaing program. 

VtCTORT CLUB No. 3, will have a rummage sale, Thursday, 
lugust S, ot 3201 South Central Avenue, Las Angeles, Calif. 
«yie n e boring anything to denote will please contact any 
iieiiiior of 'the dob and hove your doaatien picked up. ! 

COMIMCl BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE! ANNUAL W0' 
IAM'S sat SERVICES, Sunday, August t. Watch for further 
Bcaments. Sponsored by Victory Club No. S. Mrs. Roberta 
Calkins. Coptoln. I 


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111 CaHfcniia Eagle, IkmOiif, Mf H, i W 3 


NAaSED TO L ABOR, M Ay« 
AGEMESNT COMMETICK— Gns 
Hill, at 1031 E. 45th Si, an em- 
ployee on the night shift at the 
Western Insulated Wire Co., 
Inc., of 1031 E. 45t]| St., was 
unanimously elected by his fel- 
low employees to se'rve on the 
important labor - management 
committee at the {danl Hill 
who is l>^ng commeadedf for 
his Interest and activity In civic - 
affairs, recently received a 
bonus from his emphqrers for 
an idea which he submitted 
which resulted in an improve- 
ment in an important nuunifae- 
turtaig aperation of great and 
secret value. He is a member 
of the UiCBMW-CID. 


OES Past Matron 
Is Entertained 


Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Spencer 
entertained at breakfast in honor 
tff Mrs. E. W. Kinsley, past ma- 
tron of O.E.S., who is leaving in 
the very near future on an ex- 
tended vacation. Mrs. Hinsleys' 
itinerary will include Georgia, 
New York City and Detroit. 

Mrs. Spencer is a gracious 
hostess and' an artist in the cul- 
inary field. 

Mrs. Kinsley was happily sur- 
prised with a handkerchief 
shower. 

The guests present includer Mr. 
and Mrs. Eugene Fisher, Mrs. 
Fannie Clements, Mrs. Elizabeth 
M c N e a 1, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. ^. R. Cun- 
ningham, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Goos- 
by, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wij City, and 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kinsley. 


arranged the passenger's hair, 
kdmlnistered toiher other needs, 
and ncUde heirlcom^rtable for 
ihe ni^ht The |womahy who ex- 
pressed a nervousness; then 
ksked the mal4 to givej her a 
batii. Only tjhfe fact that bet 
Service i were Immediately re- 
quired I by an jelderly woman, 
jnrbtO'^hWd been? placed in her 
care prevented ' the maid froin 
complying with this request 
Miss Dunham liad Just left the 
coach when thei wreck occurred, 
insUntly lulling the woman she 
had Just served.^ Following more 
than two hours of unconscious- 
ness, iMiss Dpnham worked 
throughout. tl»e ; night adminis- 
tering to the needs of the pas- 
sengers^ as l>est ^he could in her 
Weakened state. It was oiily 
when she couid ' contiiiue no 
longer Ithat she kttempted to* get 
^me food in an effort to con- 
tinue her services. The Dining 
Car had been ^emoli^ed ahd 
ihe maid and ^e porter lieing 
refused food at Ihe nearby cafe 
had to Walk three blocks iri their 
■^eakened state.) . . . ;. 

'. Miss Dimhaml who livis when 
i^ LosJAngeles,? at 159 E. ilth 
street, is still under the care of 
a doctojr. ^ Althcwgh ' her . heroic 
services to the other passengers, 
while injured h^self, have gone 
unmentioned Ih- all notices \ of 
the incident, she personally re- 
ceived ihe undying gratitude of 
those she assist^. 

! "the last w*ords of the train's 
engineer were' probably to Mrs. 
Dunhanii who found him lying 
with his head iri a pool Of hot 
odl while he was still conscious. 
His, "Tliank you, maid, but I 
won't 'make it,", were the only 
v^ords he spoke before he died. 


ings involvine Megxo Shipyard 
iworkers in the Say Ana. :\ 

Promlnaent cnnoag those: 
whm» coBbrUMitlaBs will assist 
tts eoBlaitttM to coatiBiM Ite 
straggA* ogoiasl Jim Craw^ Is- 
fhO Rev. BOymoaa J. Hea^-,^. 
son> postiar of QM wttmoA 9bP' 
ttst Ouutli. inik 4um 1M«^ a 
consistmt sup poi t Mr ct Jttw 


gallon node a coBliOnrtloB of 
Sljpo last Snndar far ttw cJM* 
tt^naaeo'^ of th* -caiBiaitiia^s - 


Rnai] Serviies Held 
f^r Mrs. U. J. Long 

PASADENA.— the funeral of 
Mrs. Ursula J. Long, mother of 
Mrs. Sjavannah Reed, was held 
last Thursday morning at Friend- 
sliiip Baptist Church with the 
Riev. W. D. Carter offiicating. 

iMrs. Long, a former high 
school teacher in Georgia, was 
active in church, i civic,' club and 
fnaternal affairs |in Pasadena. 



work. 

M^eben Snadbw, Manager of 

several theatres in the eom- 

mulnity, made \ an outstanding 

coi^tritnition 1^ Sunday njght; 

^when he permitted the dom- 

mittee to make an appeal to the 

audience of the 9iil Robinson 

theatre which netted S71 for the 

defense fund. Mr. Snadow has 

pron^sed ; furtljer cooperation 

with? the committee. ■ \ -'z 

Sisoablo OMitribntions wwa- 

oliM received frMU' ttw Rev.: 

Lane C Cleaves, pastor of 

Ptam^ Temple CNE Cbnrclu: 

! and the Jter. E. W. Rak«s$row." 

paster of Wesley ME Church. ' 

The Rev. Clayton D. Russell 
wIk) has actively participated in 
the ; fight which the committee 
is yaging from the very l>egln- 
ning, plans to give his suppozt 
to the fund raising drivel •: V 
TIRELESS HELP ! M 

The committee is deeply ap- 
preciative of the tireless cooper- 
ation it has received frotn 
Charlotta A. Bass, editor and 
publisher of the California Eagle 
who has left no stone unturned 
in her determination to assist 
the Negro shipyard workers in 
.their fight to become regular 
members of Boilmakers Local 
92 and to abolish Jim Crow 
Auxiliary A-35. 

..The Shipyard Workers' Com- 
mittee meetings arc held every 
Thursday night at 8:00 pjn., 
and every Sunday afternoon' at 
3a5i p.m. at thp , 28th Street 
YMCA, 28th and Paloma. All 
shipyard workers are Urged to 
come out and help in the fight 
to get full union participation 
for all without regard to r^ce, 
creed or color. 

Letters of appreciation wilLbe 
sertt to every one who contri- 
butes to the campaign fund. 


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By Bemice Cook 



/ siiv a placid lalce beside a knobby hill, 

Without a ripple to disturb the still 

Of perfect, quiet peace: 

If it were mine to know life's fondest dream 

Come true, I'd pitch a tent beside this stream, 

And rest 'till troubles cease! 


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A mST UEUTENANT 

Thouch I am a Uttl^ late with 
] tte newi, someone who saw our 
I own Alfred Darby In New York 
A few weeks ago, wrote me that 
he has been promoted to the 
rank of First Lieutenant — our 
best wishes go Mrtth you always, 
Lt Darby. 

Mr. Darby is a member of one 
of Loi Angeles "first families," 
and up until the time he was 
called to the colors, was a real, 
progressive force among the 
younger jset of the city. He is 
also one 'of the few individuals 
of our race to hold a Phi Beta 
Kappa distinction. 
THIT COM! AND GO 

Etgit columnist, Jeanette 
CohMi, 1» now enroute to her 
home state, good old New York, 
, 90 we'll Jm nnssing her in per- 
»on . . . but don't become 
altfmed, her Weekly column, "As 
I Sm It," which ic one of the 
mo«t popular columns in our 
paper, will continue to appear. 
Her many ardent fans, I know, 
will bt glad to hear this. 

Mrs. Mae G 1 a r e n c'e Muse, 
charming wii^ of actor Clarence 
Muse, Is enroute to Los Angeles, 
after mh extended Eastern tour. 
While In New York and other 
/ points East, she was entertained 
by Mrs. Fannie Robinson, Mrs. 
Besii:« Buchanan, Mrs. Paul 
Robeson, and many more of her 
good friends. 

And one of the city's most dy- 
namic forces, ih the person of 
Clarence Johnson, will leave soon 
to take up liifiRew duties in 
Washington, D._ C, which ap- 
pointment he received recently. 

Mrs. Beatrice Prentice, who left 
the city two weeks ago, is now 
visiting with her sister-in-law 
in Little Rock. Ark. She plans 
to visit in Topeka, Kansas, Des 
Moinet, Iowa, Kanaas City Mis- 
iourl, Chicago, Illinois, and at- 
tend the National Baptist Con- 
yention, before returning to Los 
Angeles in September. 


3. Mr. Mann, it seems, la alwaya 
"on time" to meet the lovely 
female visitors, and when he at- 
tempt* to show them a good time, 
he really proves that he knows 
how. 

Sidney Dones, familiar busi- 
ness figure of Los Angeles, has 
just returned from his Eastern 
trip and reports a very pleasant 
stay. 

Mrs. Easter Swifty, faithful 
member of Mt Zion Baptist 
Church, and member of the Dea- 
coness Board, has left' the city 
for a vacation trip to points 
South and East. 

Mt. Zion's pastor, the Rev. F.' 
H. Prentice, has returned from 
Birmingham, Alabama, where he 
attended the Sunday School and 
B.T.U. Congress. He will fill his 
pulpit on Sunday. 
MUSICAN MAKING 
GOOD IN ARMY 

T/5 Austin McCoy, popular 
leader of the Post Swing Band 
at Port Huachuca has been ap- 
pointed to the special training 
school at Washington and Lee 
University, Lexington, Va. This 
particular institution, which for 
years has catered only to the 
blue bloods of staid Virginia's 
first families, was the ^ene of 
quite a furore, last~fall, when 
for the first time in history, four 
Negroes were allowed to sit in 
its classrooms. Mr. McCoy is a 
talented musician, and was form- 
erly located in Music Town on 
West Jefferson Boulevard. 
ATTORNEY RICHARDSON 
ELECTED TO POST 

The newly elected commander 
of the Benjamin J. Bowie Post 
of the American Legion is our 
efficient and. energetic Attorney 
H. Leonard Richardson, who duf' 
ing the short time he hac been 
in the city has established an 
enviable record. Attorney Rich- 
ardson will be officially inatalled 
next week. 
WESTSIDE WIDOWS CL0» 

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well-earned vacation after a efamhons year ti, stndylng aX 
UCLA where she was awairded a'Baiihelor of Menoe Degree at 
the recent eommencement exerdsek Alias HoOaniel dao re- 
oeived Public Health NorsiBC credentials at her gradaatkMu 
marldng the first time this sward M* I'wn made to a Negro. 
While on the csmpas she servad as treasurer of the Pubtle 
Health groap and assisted with tlw student health progrsm. 
She is associated with the National [NiiraeB Honorary Bormity, 
local and national health orfanlsat|on« and is active In Alpha 
Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa M^^ Sorority. 


A very charming WAC from I ception which is being sponsored 


fort Huachuca, Pfc. Anna Jones, 
was a visitor In the city last 
week. While here, Miss Jones 
was squired abbut the city by 
Mr. Marion Mann, the genial 
manager of Victory Market No. 


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CHILD CARE 

Sooth Los Angeles private 
achooL CUIdren ages S tot. 
Kindergarten to 6th grade. 
Oay sad reaident. Open the 
year round. Now in the fith 
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by the Westside Widows Club 
on Sunday afternoon at 1937 So: 
Hobart Boulevard, from 5:00 to 
7:00 o'clock. I aay this because 
my good friend, Mrs. Louise A. 
Cook, is again chairman of th s 
affair — and any social event 
which she has anything to do 
with, usually turns out to be 
something worthwhile. Mrs' Cora 
Frye, the president, and the 
other members of the club, in- 
vite you to be present. The 
gathering will be very informal. 
^ SAT -1 DO'S" SUNDAY 

Well, Sunday afternoon will be 
a great day In the lives of charm- 
ing Jacqueline Booker arte popu- 
lar Bob Carroll, dental assistant 
to Dr. H. Claude Hudson ... for 
these two fine young people will 
become Mr. and Mrs. then. The 
bride-to-be has been royally en- 
tertained by her manyi friends 
during the past few days. Her 
mother and father, uncle and 
aunt, have arrived from San An- 
tonio for the event. 

On last Sunday afternoon. Miss 
Pernella Smith entertained in her 
kgrely 43rd Street apartment in 
honor of Miss Booker. 
CONGRATULATIONS ... 

To Mr. and Mrs. John E. Smart, 
of 2245 West 30th Street, on the 
birth of a lovely baby girl, July 
5, at Queen of Angels HospiUl. 
At the suggestion of the Smart's 
other little daughter, the baby 
was named Lynndle. THERE IS 
A VICTORY HOUSE in our com- 
munity now. It is located at 45th 
and Central ... so don't forget 
to BUY BONDS, and stamps to 
help the Allied cause. Until next 
week, 'bye. 


Beautiful Recepiion Given In Honor 
Of Mrs. Anne Fentres^ Green Recently 


Several hundred Angelenos 
came "to meet" Mrs. Anne Jent- 
resa Green of Tuakegee and 
Birmingham Sunday of last week 
at the spacious manse of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Cullen Fentress, 3621 
South Van Ness Avenue, i 

Mrs. Fentress and Miss Clara 
B. Fentress were hostesses of the 
reception which was one of the 
most beautiful of the year. ' 

Carrying put the patriotic mo- 
tif of Fourth of July together 
with a profusion o^ seasonal 
flowers, genuine friendlinesfe and 
conviviality pervaded the atmos- 
phere ^throughout the early 
evening. \ \- 

In the erceiving line were h 
Cullen Fentress, brother off the 
honoree; Mrs. Fentress, sister- 
in-law; the honoree; Miss Iciara 
B. Fentress, sister; Mifs. Clara' B. 
Fentress, mother; Prof, and Mrs. 
Newell Easoii of Shaw UiJiver- 
sity; and Mr. and Mrs. John 
Tinsley. 

Assisting the hostesses were 
Mesdames Lola Beavers, Jessica 


Ravarre, Vivian Hall, Daisy 
Brooks, Hazel Whitaker • Moore, 
Marcia Fortier, Lula B. Evans. 
Mistes Lois Evans, Maxinc Clark, 
Leojielle Button, Ethel Boykin 
and Eleanor Lee, 

Mrs. Green, the honoree, was 
lov«ly in blue jersey and chiffon. 
Mr% J. Cullen Fentress was at- 
tired in blue chiffon and lace. 
Miss Clara Fentress was gowned 
in l|)elge lace and jchiffon. Mrs. 
Eason wore pink net and lace. 
Mrs. Clara B. Fentress was strik- 
ing, in black crepe, while black 
crepe and acOessories was the 
ensemble of Mrs. Tinsley.; AH the 
ladies in the receivii^ 'line wort 
orchids. j 

- The popular and nationally 
knojwn pianist Harvey Brooksl 
Misb Fay Hill and a pupil of 
Miss Ruth Parks presided at th^ 
baby grand. 


feminine bridge lovers turned out 
ior tlie Golden West Bridge Asso- 
dation't third annual womm'a 
pair regional game Saturday, 
July 9. Fourteen pairs Tegistered 
and played. 

At the end of -the first sessioi 
of a twp^esslon jtajne,.ine stand, 
ing was as follow: Vl(fla Henry. 
Gene C. Campbell led with 99H; 
Margaret Hale-tmiiSa Roan, sec' 
ond, with 88H; Elinor Floyd- 
Susie Hall, 87%; Julia Scott- 
Esther Sanford, 85; Agnes Beal- 
Lena Brewer, 82; Genevieve Wal- 
lace<iertrude Settles, 81!%. 

A delicious and greatly enjoyed 
dinner was prepared by such culi- 
nary artists as Henry Denton, 
George Wliisenaht, and Ellis L. 
Veil, consisting of baked ham, 
string beans, candied yams, salad 
by "H. D.," hot rolls by "E. V.," 
and caka byr "G. W." iwith lee 
cream. Dr. A. L. Wallace, J. D. 
Dunn, R. J. City, Lewis Woods, 
Jack Markey, and Louis Clay all 
did their part. Miuie iwas fur- 
nished by M. E. Tudter^ 

Men of the GWSA, it if up to 
us to have a bigger and better 
regional than the women. The 
dates are July 22-23. Register 
now; tlie fee is one d<;illar and 
dinner is free. i 

Remember our Sunday, Tues- 
day and Friday plays. "The ad- 
dress is 1054 East 54th street, 
an^ the telephone ADams 6946. 


Rei48 Entertain 
Witli Lfnm Party 


The beaUnful hom* of Mr. and 
Mn. CltotoBJ turn ef I'm East 
U3th SfrMtlla doath Los Ange- 
les, wai --mft ictna of a very 
hli^Iy ienjoyabltl lawn dinner 

party o4 SiW^'^ly 9- 
•rh. ««.,« nf th» aWmi nH,». The Irtdl, Who have been very 
The cream of the Angel Qty's, jopuiirTliodto on previous oc- 


Socialite JDeayes 
For NjB^ Orleans 


Leaving Los- AngtlH abroad 
the Chief last Friday evening, 
the attractive and popular Miss 
Dorothy Gray, well kno>|m in the 
social set, is enroute to New 
Orleans, Louisiana, where she 
wjll spend a thirty day vacation 
with her family. 

Mrs. Gray, wife of thf popular 
businessman-about-town, George 
Gray, was given a surprise "bon 
voyage" party on the eve be- 
fore her departure. 


Larremores Give 
A Dinner Paijty 

Miss Mary Edna geovall, of 
Miles City,! Montana, was the 
honored guest over the weekend 
at a garden party and dance. 
Younger sister of Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter Larremore. The delight- 
ful affair was given 'by thern 
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jamea Larremorf on SApta Bar- 
bara avenue.' 

The honorSe 
Monday. 


eaaloni,' llVM up to their repute 
tiona byipexvlng an old-fashioned 
"barbtqii and turkey dinner 
wUdi '(pgether with the n^ny 
attrcctivia mtraa imMf the afiair 
on* lonl to be x«menih«red by 
the many fiienAs and visitors 
present | . . ' : ; y ^ 

Dinne* w4# inved on their 
•paeiouaireatt lawpn which is sur- 
rounded by l>eautiful flowOTs and 
«hrubberiy and set oft b^ <a large 
barbecue pit Ranee Etheridge, 
our genial fellow townsman, su- 
pervised the I preparation of the 
barbecuM meats vjrhich was done 
perfectly. ■ - • • |j '■ ' 

July 9i mai^ »el natal dates 
oi both Mrs. Reid And her friend 
and neighbor, Mi«. Hazel How- 
ard. "Hiey weiri warmly congrat- 
ulated by tjhosi present who 
joined iii singini'^appy Birth- 
day." A beaimful birthday cake 
Was preiientejd xa them by Mrs. 
Reid's mother, jyUs. Magnolia 
Jackson.1 ' . , I j'-'-i 

Mr. Re>id eenttfnpla^ an ex- 
tended vacation in the near fu* 
ture whWi Will take him on a 
visit to Chicago, Detroit and New 
York Citt- Many of those present 
took advantage of the opportun- 
ity to wish him an enjoyable trip 
and a safe return. He holds f. 
responsible poclstlon with the 
Consolidated Steel Corj^ration. 
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6us RoMnson's Friends 
Remembered Ms Birthday 

Mr. an|d MmTbJh. Rogers of 
963 Dewey Ave.,; were hosts at 
a birthday party in honor of 
Gus Sobinspn Monday after- 
noon. Tliie party i was In the 
nature of a double celebration 


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Last Rush Party<of 

'The palitial home at 1937 
South Hobart boulevard was the 
aetting for the Delta Theta 
Sorority's final rush party for 
thia season. 

Pi Chapter headed by tta new- 
ly elected officers which indud* 
Swors Judy Braxley Rutherford, 
president; Lavlna Twyna Hylton, 
vice president; Eula Dean Roby, 
a^etary; Jean WatUns, tree- 
itircr; and AthM Warren, Far- 
lenentarian aerved as heataaa 
and were asasited by members 
of Nu Sigiiaa Chapter and the 
Pyramid Pledge Club at a weU 
appointed luncheon last Sunday 
fbr the recent high echool gra- 
duates who plan to enroll in 
universities tbla summer and 
fill. J . 

Among thoe* regiatetinf ym* 
the following vidtlng Deltas 
Sorers Captoria Dratfen, Lincoln 
University; Annette Chube, 
Southern University; Thelma 
Johnson, Fisk University; Grace 
Landry, DiUard University, Jean 
Blackwell, Penny Scott, Ada 
Underwood, and Eva Johnson of 
^k University. 

The program was directed by 
Soror Marie Fielder Smith. The 
founders ef DelU Sigma Theta, 
Sorors Zephyn Chisom Carter 
and Wertie Weaver, addressed 
the group. Then the following 
gave brief and varied talks on 
the purpose, history and aoeom> 
plishments ef the torority: 
Sordrs Portia Griffith, Mabel 
Lockett Martin, Tyeine Randolph 
Webb, Mary Lou Roberteon, 
Netu ilauHyn Gamer, Juanita 
Miller, and as a finale, a 
musical novelty in song was led 
by the internationally known 
Soror Reena Mnuckelroy Savage. 

The rush committee chairman 
vras Soror Lilliane Brazley Payne 
and the {assistant ch«irmaa, 
Storor Rose iBairpaugh. 

The deimocratie committee 
(Shairman iwas Soror Leonelle 
Hutton and the members of her 

.1 . -^^commlttee included: Glorya Jane 

since Mt^. Robinson announce<P '^h„«,n; Mildred Scott Hampton, 


Sorority Holds 
Present Season ' 


that he will soon enter the serv- 
ice of the Merchant Marine. 

The giiest of honor received 
many gl^ and his gueita were 
treated ; to a tasty buffet 
luncheon. Among those present 
were: Clarence Muse, noted 
stage and nation picttirc actor 
and director, Mr. and Mrs. 
Alpheus Osborne, iMr. and Mrs. 
Elliot ciirpenter, mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Hawkins, :Mr. and Mrs. 
Johnnie '■ Lang, (Lang is the 
orchestra leader with; whose 
band Robinson once was solist), 
Mr. and Mrs^ Martin Wilkinson, 
John M.I Lecj, California Eagle 
staff writer^ Darby Jones, Cali- 
fornia £|ag^e circulation maha- 
ger, Mh and Mrs. Hayward 
Collins, [Marlon Dopier, Norma 
Barnes, Sidia PowJ^l, WAC Pri- 
vate FirM Class, ^aine Green, 
Roy : Srilth, ^ Uoiard Watts. 
Andy tckan, Lillian Bibens, ind 
QueehiefBive^a. 


tiUlan Tyler, Honore Carey and 
Perle Brattrin Smith- 
The folllowlng Soron were 


present: Edna Cohen. Emll^I^ 
Woody, aarlaaa 1* Mathew^ 
Kneatine Ifickerwn, Ma^jt^i 
Downs, Fay Cuminlngs, Gl«f^< 
Kennedy, Marie X* D«rry< 
Xoaalle C Walker, Esther' R 
Taylor, Irraa Hopkins, Aurora R 
Hosklns, Vema Amaud, Pay* 
Moore, HUda Allen, Ethef'A 
Bell, Robbie L, Chester, Syda<^ 
D. Smith, Ida Bowman, Corri«lia 
Bradford, Muriel Brewer, £dna 
WMght, Desmonia Harris R(!$s^ 
Mildred HendersMi Shores, W|lla 
Hudglns, Alma Thonws, iva 
Washington, Esther Griffith. Il^la 
Wood and others. >/ 

The pledges esalsttng .,^n- 
cluded: FhilUpl Jones, Maj^nq 
aark, Conitance Fortier. Helen 
Wright and Maiy Jtima(»|i,.. 

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GUEST AT DntHXl - ' . . |{ 

The 1941 MatrtRis CTub» OJBJSl 
with Mrs. Marion WilllngfaamL 
the secretary, as db-bostess. eai 
terUined at dinner on July % ii^ 
honor of Mrs. Vivian Osborne-. 
Marsh, Grand Worthy Matron, 
and her mother, Mrs. A. M.-Os* 
l)ome. 

Mrs. Venita Evan«,to^«fU«it; 
of the club. 


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Central Section 
Of CACW Praised 


, Br MARY E. REED 

The central section of the Cali- 
fornia Association of Colored 
Women is accomplishing excel- 
lent work under the able leader- 
ship of Mrs. Billie Ashby of 
Tulare. 

At the last reciprocity meeting 
of the year, all reports were 
gratifying. The meeting was held 
at the Mount Zion Baptist Church 
of Bakersfield with the Golden 
West Woman's and the Thursday 
Evening Clubs as hostesses. Mrs. 
Mabel V. Gray, past state presi- 
dent was the guest speaker. 


Town and Gown 
Club In Meeting 

.Mrs. Lila Bly was the charm- 
ing hostess to the Town and 
Gown Club Sunday afternoon 
June 25, at 4 o'clock. Following 
the usual routine of business an 
interesting game of bridge was 
played. Guest for the evening 
were Mesdames Berttva Williams, 
Mabel Trince Brown, Clementine 
Oats and Aldena Sm^th. A de- 
licious three course dinner was 
served. 

The club wishes to thahk the 
various clubs for their coopers- 
tion in their annual barbecue 
held on Independence iDay, which 
was a tremendous success. . Spe- 
cial thanks goes to the La Jovial 
Club who appeared in a group 
and helped to make the after, 
noon an enjoyable one. After 
having their pictures made in the 
lovely garden the popular club 
departed for the Club Plantation 
where they attended the matinee. 
The next meeting will b« at 
the home of Miss Marie Stejwart, 
Vereachl Lockhart president; M. 
L. Tarvln', reporter. ! 


Roberts Honor 
Visitors From NY 


Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roberts of 
3323 South Central avenue en- 
tertained with a cocktail party 
and at dinner last Sunday in 
honor of Mrs. Anita Reed a|id 
Mr. A. Powell, recent arrivals 
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Misses Ladne Rainey, Marilyn 
and Norma Williams, Barbara 
IdcMorris, Bettye Wallaee and 
Thelma Fields enjoyed five days 
at "Not a Care,'' the Val Verde 
cabin of the J. R. Portwigs. They 
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Dr. and Mrs. Mi Coole, daughter 
Carolyn and mother, Mrs. Hayes, 
Dr. and. Mrs. E. Hardiman, Dr. 
and Mrs. C. Ennls, Dr. and Mrs. 
Emmett Wyndon, enjoyed -the 
weekend at Val Verde, staying 
over the holidays to take part 
in the Pacific Town Club-'s bar- 
becue' given at Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Howard Scott's. ' "-: 

Mrs. Millie Fearing and sister. 
Attorney Paula Murray of Balti-, 
more and New York,' motored to 
the city Saturday. They are stop- 
ping with Mrs. Clara Scruggs of 

West 28th Street. 

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Mrs. Mariea GVay of West 36th 
Place entertained with a bridge 
luncheon Thursday in honor of 
Mrs. Murrell of Santa Monica, 
California, who is leaving soon 

for a trip east 

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Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Atkinson, 
Sr., had a few friends to a barbe- 
cue in their beautiful back yard 
on the 4th. 

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Mrs. Fannie Williams, pioneer 
beautician, left the city the latter 
part of the week for a vacation in 
other parts of the .state, includ- 
ing San Francisco. 
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BACK FROM CHICAGO 

Johnny C. Thompson has re- 
turned to Los Angeles after a 
visit to his home in Chicago with 
McGill. He says, "After all, there 
is no place like home, and few 
places like Southern California. 

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Married 

Miss Evelyn Stephens and 
Jack Hardy of Oakland were 
married on July 6. They left 
Oakland for Los Angles on their 
honeymoon and are now the 
house guests of Mrs. Emma 
Bowles, 1607 East 49th steeet 

• • • 

TBXANS VACATION HERE 

Mrs. Fatrie Graves Batts of 
Calvert, Texas, is visiting " with 
her brother and sister-in-law, 
Mr. and Mrs. Luddia Graves. 
With her is her nephew, Tommie 
Graves, son of Rossie Graves of 
Dallas. 

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many friends Jtt 921 East 52nd 
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GALA DANCE— Over 500 Jun- 
ior and senior hostesses, ihchid- 
ing staff directors of the vari- 
ous service orgaoiatimu of 
Los Angeles, Pasadena^ Watts, 
SMita Monica, Oxnard,* the 
AWVS, and Hollywood Canteen 
hostesses, iwcehtiy Journeyed 


\a Pmt Hneneme for a gala 
danee land fflnner as guests, of 
the service men statttmed at 
the poii, tiie staff directors and 
spedal aerviee officers under 
the dti«etion of Lt. H. A. H«I- 
man, i^eereatlon office; 
I Mlsv Jean ffimes, mobile 
unit ei^rdinator of tiie Los An- 


geles area USO, was chiefly re- 
, sponsible for the trip in cofi- 
Juncdon with Ben EUlson, Av»- 
^n USO director; Mlaa Aquli)s 
JWatthews, and Mrs. Angvsta 
Hdleft, noqbile trip coordina- 
tors. This was one of the fairg- 
est trips ev«- attempted in the 
history at the USO. 


Alpha Kappa Alpha to Hold Regional 
Conference In Oakland July 28 to 31 


OAKLAND.— Th« Alpha' Kap- 
pa Alpha sorority wfll hold its 
far-western regional conference 
hi Oakland the week end of July 
28-31. Co-hostesses to ^the con^ 
ferenpe are the two Bay Area 
chapters of the sortalty, Alidia 
Nu Omega and Rho. Many dele- 
gates from Washington, Arizona 
and other -p^rts of California 
are expected to attend. Confer- 
ence activities will be giiided by 
Mrs, Manilla Hudlin Smith of 
Los Angeles, regional director of 
the Far-Western Region. 

Mrs. Mary Mayfield of Berk- 
eley was elected general chait- 
man of the conference at a joint 
meeting of the Bay Area chap- 
ters of the Alpha Kappa Alpha 
sorority in June. 

She has apointed the following 
committee: chairmen, ways and 
means, Mrs. Elsie Rnmford; pro- 
gram; Miss Ida Jackson; enter- 
tainment, Mrs. Alice Long; regi- 
stration. Miss Carolyn" Carring- 
ton; publicity, Mesdames Eanora 
RotKO and Inez Lawson (cot- 
chairm^) hiding; Ml«a Lulu 


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LJ A«ee te pwo ejAa^ree aSSSTuS 


Chapmaki and Mrs. Beulah Moody 
{co-chairmen); and courtesy, 
Miss Muriel V, Anderson, who is 
also chairman of the joint chap- 
ters inijOiis area.^ 

Blrsj Fraaiees H. 
iLewjis Is lActive 
lin Fhoeiiix Work 


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Arlz.-^ince 


com- 

hig to; Phoenix ^ in 1911, Mrs. 
Frances Howard Lewis has been 
an active worker In various orga- 
nizations! She was one of the 
organizers of the city and state 
f exieratkms of colored women's 
cliibs iii '1915 and served as its 
first state organiser; then as its 
viice-president. \ 

IShe wais also the organizer and 
vibe-presildent of the~KnIghts and 
Daughteijs of Tajjor, CaMf omia 
arid Arizona jurisdietlon.- 

After studying dress, designing 
in! NeW York City, Mrs. Lewis 
opened the. Howard Salon Studio 
htire .serving" tljOn most discrimi- 
nating ladies; and also the .Ari- 
zona BlltmoreHOteL 

jShe wjis president of the Phoe- 
nix Branch NAACP diiring one 
of its mdst successful years, and 
was the first to have the state 
chapel opened tO lectures by the 
president She also had a secre- 
tary in the prison and. many 
of the inmates joined. During the 
year, the branch was successful 
in preventing extradition of an. 
imnate to Arkansas. 

The Red Cross chapter under 
her supervision made a record 
in production. She is also presi- 
dent of the Tilden White Ameri- 
ca Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Lewis 
is now: vice-president of the 
phoenix, Branch NAACP. 


Mrs.^L. Williams 
Hostess for Less 
Petites Madames 


Estelle Dickinson . 
]js M»ckta^ Party 
Hostess oil Fourth 




Less P^tes Madames met. jii 
the home of Mr& Lavetne 
Williams, €65 East 52nd place 
last Sunday, with all members 
prjesent They areMmes. Louise 
Ataman, president; Ruth Lind- 
sey, secretary; Laveme Williams, 
assistant secretary; Patty Ruth 
Mack, business manager; Jean 
Tambrou, treasurer; Clara Belle 
Wofford, reporter; Mary Louise 
Ashtord, WiUa Mae Taylor, 
Mildred Miles, critic; and Mafie 
Calup. . I 

Mrs. Williams also entertain- 
ed the husbands present, Messrs. 
Williams, Ateman, Ashford, Tay- 
Ipr, Wofford, and Miles. A 
lovely dinner was served. 
' Special guests were Mr*. L. ' R. 
Meadors, Miss Rhona E. Cooper, 
epL and Mrs. L. J. Hlter, Utah 
Jones, jE:mestlne Henderson, 
Mrs. Uzella Gibson, George Wil- 
son, Mrs. Jessie Cathcart, Mr. 
and Mrs. James Nash, Mildred 
Lawrence, Ma^ - L. . Xoaaf, 
Fannie Teniiel, Mr. anid Mi*. 
Noel Edwards, Mr. .and Mrs. 
Alden Cooper, Mr. and . Mrs. 
Eihile Beauller, Mrs. .Zerlta 
I^vis. and Miss B. CanUlia 


Jacqu^ine Booker 
F^ted % Rieaids 

Mp<^ interest is hiilDg-mani- 
fested'Ui theapproamilBgBooker-> 
iCarroll nuptials, whid^'will' be 
solemnized on Sunday at .6:00 
p.m^i in the WMley Chapel^ MJ:. 
Church. Rev. E. W: Rakestraw 
will ibe the officiating ctegy. 

On last Wednesday afternoon 
tfie' liisses VashU' Pieake and 
Faye Thompson h<moied i Miss 


^o«^er, in the beautiful [home 
of Miss Peake. Thirty-five guests 
were bidden to this diannlng 
affair. 

Hiursday evening, Masses Paul- 
ette'Dejoie and Wre^a Clarke 
were lovely hostesses.. This also 
was a mi«tcellaneous-jsho[wer, 
beautiful in Itt every appoint- 
ment, in the home (d! the George' 
.Williams on Hooper ^venue. 

On Friday evening,; after the 
rehearsal, Mr. arid Mrs. John 
Tinsley will be hosts; at diimer 
in their palatial homl^ on East 
36th:" Street. ^ I ;■ ' \]i < 

Incidentally, Mr. It n d I M^. 
O^ello Booker, pareitts of tl^e 
bride, and Mr. and \ I^rs. Hal 
Mann, ■ aunt aad : u^eie of the 
bride, who- have oome< from San 
Antonio, Texas, for the. wedding, 
will entertain :the bndal party 
at dinner preceding ' the dreiss 
rehearsal of Friday evening. ;" 


Th* CaHoml* Eagle, ihvntaf. July t3, 1944- 


M^ E, WJ Rakestraw Named Eaa*8idc 
Cliairman of L. A. Area WaivCiest Fvaid 


Mik: i?.'W. Rakestraw, bt the 
Wesley, Methodist Chiurhj past 
president of the Carver Parent 
Teachers Association and a pro- 
^ssive leader in horne front ac- 
tion,- has accepted the E4stside 
chairmanship of the Los Ahgeles 
Area, War Chest appeal to be 


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Booker with a aiiacellalieous made this fall/according to the 


Holiday Diiiier at 
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Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cr^nde^n 
entertained' their ntany Men^s- 
at a Fourth of July.iDlnner In 
the jgarden of their he^e at 1439 
E. 56th street. Special decora- 
ticms and an ■ Independence Day 
menu enliv^ed the jafteniooni 

Those present i^ere: Mrs. 
Sarah Sealey, Mrs. I^ Murphy, 
Mrai, Maud Tyler, Mr?.] Sara Per- 
ry, Mrs. Clara B. Johhson,^ Mrs. 
Ray Valentine, Mrs. Jjehnie Mil- 
ler,; Mrs. E: W. Craj|fford(. Mr. 
and] Mrs. A. Bartholniew, Sergt. 
IJugh Ballantine, U. I^.^A., • Dan 
Isreal, Mrs. Charles I Wllliamis, 
Mr.- and Mrs. Hancock, Ruth 
Schuyler, Mrs. Naomi I C Fuller, 
Geo^e Dickerson aiul Mr. and 
Mri Lucius WOliania;! f 

Sub-Deb Siunmers 
In Shrevepprt 

Bonnie plane. Maxvel^ Dot-. 
tor and Mri. Frank S. Maxwell's 
daughter, will leave f^ Shreve- 
p<wj, Laii on July IS^i where she 
will vacation visit wlth'lier cous- 
in, j Dr: . rr. M. JphniSfoti/, ia^H 
T^Xas avenue. Accoim^a|tying 
herie on the trlpwlll *e lier aurrt*, 
Mrs. Virgle Yarber. '[;; ' 

BonnleDlane, honor Itude^t of 
John JVdams Junior High School; 
la very po^pular in the younger 
set and is one of the Angel City's 
most promi8in.g young pianists. 
She win vacation visit jn Louisi-. 
aria .^Irty days. i; 'I ' 


announcement itaade by Mrs. Lu 
cien Gray,' general' residential 
chairman. p- ' , 

Assisting M*s. Rakestraw,' as 
vice-ch,alrman and leader of East-' 
side business sojfititation, *t11 be 
rMs. Claudia Mimford, an j active 
Chest cainpaigner for lieveral' 
years and' a member ^f the 
Neighbortiood Community Church 
and the parent Teachers Associa-- 


Newel Eason 
Wife Arrive Fifom 

Shaw tJpiiverfiity 

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Newell Eason, assistant t)rbfes- 
sor of social- sciences _&ti Shaw 
University in ftaleigli, N. C., and 
Mris. Eason and daughter, tUnda, 
arrived to this city this \(reek to 
visit his parents, Professor and 
Mrs. Chas. L. Eason ot 3622 
Monterey road. ' 

A graduate jOf Jeffersoi High 
school and UCLA, Professor Ne- 
well Eason has done gijaduate 
work at Stanfpni University, Uni- 
.versity of Sopttiem Cal^dmia, 
and the University of Cal^omia 
at Berkeley. '.■:''■ j 

Mrs. Easonj the forme^ Miss 
Elizabeth- Hines of Wilsoni N. C, 
is also an instructor to chemistry 
at Shaw University. 


Dinner In Hon^r 

mJ. and Mrs. Wendell Sill, 
1021 i South Mariposa, entJBrtain* 
ed; Saturday! night j w|th a 
theatre party and dtoher.; 

The host • arid hostess and 
daughter. Miss Fay.Hil), and 
Mr. and Mr8.-"J. CuUen Fentress, 
their guesta,. attended ''Black- 
outs: ot 1944,": following which 
Maxine Sullivan and Joe Wong, 
two 'of the Aow's stars, Joined 
them at dinner at the ^ill 
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Yisitftrs Feted I 
At Lake Elsinore 

A grcltip of Mr. 'and' Mfs. Ste- 
wart Bryarieti^iendB sponsored 
a trip to Lake Elsinorei honor- 
ing- Mr. and' -Mrs. Sterling A. 
WttlfamSj. and were entertained 
at the hoinei Of . Mr. atoH Mr*. 

Ogg*. ' I , 

Another- friend of- the Wil- 
liams', Mrs. Dorothy 'Hackett, en- 
tertained them with a cpcktall 
paijjy 01^ . Fridiis^ evening.j 


tionr of Jefferson Hlffli aciioal 
and Avalon. ^ 

Mrs. Josephtoe Brown of -die 
American Tennis Asyociatlon, 
Outdoor Health and Life Asaoda- 
tion, U. S. O, .Council of Catho- 
lic Women and Voluntee- Con- 
ferencSe of the Council of Sodal' 
Agencies, is to be a vice chair- 
man and also head of special 
gifts to the comtog ca mj taign. 

Three of U^st yeal's colonels 
already have enlisted and are 
now enroUtog their volunteer 
workers. Mrs. Jessie C Grayson 
will iead' division 80, Mrs. Grert- 
rude Hicks, 82, and Mrs- J. S* 
Peach, 84.;Colonel8 for divisions 
81 and 83 will soon lie announced 
by Mri. Rakestraw. _ 

An tovitation has been extend- 
ed by P. G. Winnett, who has 
taken over the general campaign 
chairmanship of the War Chest 
for a second year, for a noonday 
tostruction rally of all diairmen. 
colonels and othet- key leaders 
to the : city residontiAl and as- 
sociated cities and! towns to the 
Los Angeles Arel. War Chest, 
which he is schemltog for the 
Ambassador Hotel next Tueaday, 
July 18. 

Key leaders worktog with Mrs. 
Gray to the overall residmtial 
division toclude Mrs. S. C. Dun- 
lap, vice-chairman; J. W. Mtlleiv 
bustoess solicitation to reslden* 
tial areas; Mrs. ChptteT iW Rude, 
protestant cooper)kl<m; Mr*. J. 
K Mahon, Catholic cooperation;' 
and Mrs. Arthur C, Wright, P. 
T. A. cooperation. 



^Hosiery, Lingcria, Dr«»l«t, 
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Mrs. Estelle Dickinson, 1468 
West Stth .place, was hostess at 
a^ cocktail party. on the 4th of 
July.- 'I -! 

! Usto^ her ^background to ad- 
vantage, Mrs. Dicklhson had a 
very * colorful table, and her 
guests used this background to 
take many snapshots. 

Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. 
R. C Judkins, Julius Judkins, 
Miss Anna Lee Jiidkins, Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Hairrison, Harold 
Pilgrim^, USN; Mrs. Dorothy 
MlUigan, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Homer ^ewls. • i 

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bioard, ikotion Piqture and Moni- 
n^ents Departments of. the Cali- 
fornia State Associatfon of,Cof-, 
oired women's Clubs, will give a- 
ihusicalb tea, Sunday, . July '23, 
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iSH Wwt 35th Place have re- 
turned from "Lake Elslnore, where 
Qley i^nt a delightful month 
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Mi's. Cooper Back 
From Eastern Trip 

Mrs. Nancy d>oper of 1621 
East 37th Street, Los Angeles, 
has returned home after a very 
pleasant trip East and South. 
Mrs. Cooper visited New York, 
PhUadelphia , Baltimore. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Atlanta, Ga., New 
Orleans, La., Patterson, N. J., 
and Old Greenwich, Conn. She 
also visited her husband, Mr. 
William Cooper's relatives, in 
Montgomery, Alabama. 

Leaving Alabama, Mrs. Cooper 
visited In her former home town 
Houston, Texas, where she 
was highly enterUlned by Mrs. 
Bessie Peterson and Mrs. Eunice 
Sheppard, and other prominent 
citizens of that city. 

Mrs. Cooper states that the 
entire trip was wonderful, and 
she wishes to thank everyone 
for the many courtesies ex- 
tended her while on her trip. 



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Witti Dinnerparty. 

Mr. and Mrs. Y. R. Cunning- 
ham enterUined at thefa: pala- 
tial home on 116th Street in 
honor of Mrs. E. W. Hinsley, who 
is leaving the city shMtly on an 
extended trip East. ^ 

The hostess was at her best in 
serving a five course dinner. The 
table was beatlfully ^decorated 
with fresh cut flowers5^fter the 
delicious dinner, games were 
played and enjoyed by all. The 
honored guest was presented 
with a lovely gift from the 
hostess. 

Enjoying the hospitality of the 
Cunningham's were Mr. and Mrs. 
' L. F. Goosby, Mr. and Mrs. Solo- 
mon, Mr. and Mrs. A; P. Larrieu, 
of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- 
gene W. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. W. 
M. Spencer, and Mr. snd Mrs. 
E. W. Hinsley. 



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Hbl Iie^er Fetes . 
Newspaper Won^m 

BMMring Vm attractive Miss 
Ilortense FraXier of Chicago with 
a buffet supper laist Sunday 
evming at her cojy Forty-sev- 
enth tXtttti home^ Mis. Ida Belle 
aegler entertained more than 
fifteen gTJwsy., I i 
^'Mias Fraz^er, 'a newspaper- 
"wmnan, ahdj a member of Chf- 
cftse's Fourtli Estate, is spending 
lier vaeatiOBj In the city of the 
Angels. r 

It'was an elaborate supper land: 
14ir>. aegler, who is p<9ulat in 
nodal e^e$, was a diarming 
hoitess.-^ r- 

Ambng thej guests present were 
Gladys Reed,{ Cpl. M. Elzy, Christ 
I toria Greenl jQhnny Thomas, 
Betty. Jean JEviti^e, Lin'nie Mae 
eGorge, ioS^e lMJ«*r,' Gertrude 
Gipson, Erman Pasley, J. T. Gip- 
son, Frank | Pul^, liaiid JiBsse 
Gipson. 


"GRACIOUS LADYT— Th 
"gradoos lady" of ftl^^mj 
Lena Home, whose roles on'th^ 
screen are equalled by ker tii'i 
dividual appearances t« an^ 
for ^he senicemen. Is s^n in 
tiie above pictnre with hun* 
dreds of soldiers and sailors as 
she reiH-esented the public to 
them at the recent dedica|ion of 

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the new Avalon USO Bar 


The'^n^w barracks have been 
built to house 200 servicemen 
and located at 4300 Avalon 
boulevard. , One of the first in 
the city that win be erected by' 
the Housing Commission of the 
county. The pnblic is invited to 
inspect the barracks-donnitory 
now i^ use and to direct the 
service personnel to tftem. 
Sii^s Home has become a 


legend of beauty, and "the girl 
of their dreams" to the meH In 
uniform lUl over the natjlon, 
and any ttme that she can en- 
tertidn them between perform- 
ances, seems to be a pleaame 
to her. So great Is her fan mall 
on ttae MGM studio k>t, that 
her popoiartty has ascended 
from the nmnber four "{riiMip'' 
girl to almost the top. 
USO Girls and Sailors Dance 


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L. A. Matrons Studying 
At U. of L, Berlteief 

A workshop known .as Ithe In-, 
stitute on Intercultural Educa- 
tion, which is making 4 close- 
up Study on minority group re- 
sponses and attitudes, in our 
schools, is among the mopt 
pwpular classes now being coiji- 
ducted at the University of 
California at Berkeley, i 

Mr. Stewart Cole, of New York, 
is the very capable director. | 

Mrs. Bessie BrewingtoiJ Burke 
and Miss Pauline Slater ate 
among the interested Students 
now enrolled in these . classes 
and they inform us that all 
groups are being well re|)resent- 
ed, both as students and lectur- 
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t?Ai;h!S,O.N ROHO Mniviy.-r PHONL PU'.*t- i 


Our; Authors Study 

Cluli Entertained 

/ f ., 

Our Authors Study Club was 
entertained by Mrs. Eleanor Lee, 
Miss Pauline Conrad and Mrs. 
Louise Hines, last Friday eve- 
ning at the lovely home of Mrs. 
A. Fields on W. 36th Place. 

The objective of this club is 
to study the history of noted 
Negro characters. "This month 
■the club is studying the life of 
George' Washington Carv^. Sev- 
eral books have alread^ been 
reviewed this lyear. 

This j being the regular social 
meeting a large number of guests 
were pfesent. An interestingpro- 
grara ^&s rendered. Mrs. Lillian 
Eu Dakley, executive secretary, 
of theJY.W.C.A., was the guest 
speakejr. She gave a timely ad- 
dress On "The Woman of God." 

Soloj were rendered by Mrs. 
N a o n^ 1 Stanbrough )ind Mrs. 
Edith JRankins, accompanied by 
Mrs. Norma Williams. 

Mrs! Boston Gires 
Birthday Dinner 

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. PASAIffiNAl — The Geo^r^e 
Garner! Center provided the set- 
ting for the occasion which as- 
semble^ 38 guests from tos An- 
geles ^d Pasadena on ^turday 
everting, July 1, who 'shared in 
a diniwr gl^en by Mrs. Belle 
Dostonji (Selebrating her birthday 
anniversary.' 

Mrs. ■ H. Moore acted as mis^ 
tress of ceremonies. Solos and 
toasts to the hostess were given 
during thcevening. 


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tMt at once. Gef a 25c box of 

Dc. Fkbd P.vlmsr's Skin 

'Wscmnat from your drugpst 
H today. Tonisht at bedtime sua- 

ptj apply according to inyrnc- 
ft nent. Do this for ONE WEEK. 

Thcii. a yoa are not 

(■titfied, if you don't 

laieiceand observe* 

happy change, you 

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SKIN 
WHITENER 


nr. n«d rtbaa'* Labontoras alma 
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Leaitids 
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H kbsOnal 

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Wll anyone knowing <rf toe 
whereabouts r>f Emily ShM- 
fleld, who formerly lived at 
1648 East llSth Street, In 
Watts, California, please no- 
tify M. Albert Clark, I87th 
Repl. Co., 43rd pn., A.P.O. 711, 
c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, 
Calif.: ,..!-j. ■„ I ..^ . r ■ 


Pvt. Hibltr Pays 
Brother Visit 



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Mrs. Wyatt Bride 
Of-L. Shepherd 

Mrs. Florence Wyatt and Law- 
rence Sfiepard were united in 
marriage last Sunday afternoon 
by the Rev. Clayton Russell. 

Th£ bridal party included Mrs. 
Carl Watson, matron of honor, 
Mr. Carl Watson, best man,- and 
Mr. John Brown, th* bride'* 
uncle, who gave the bride away. 
Mrs. Gwendolyne Overstreet 
sang "I Love You Truly," accom- 
panied at the organ by Mrf. 
Fannie Banjamin. 

A reception followed the cere- 
mony. 

The bride^ a former Topeka, 
Kansas, lady, is one of Los An- 
geles' attractive young matrons. 
7?ie groom came here from To- 
ledo, Ohio, and has made many 
friends. The two are active 
members of the Independent 
Church. 

They will be at home to their 
many friends Shortly. ji 


Simday afternoon the Villa! Ar- 
lington was the final scene of a 
week's celeltntion honoring the 
golden wecMlng anniversary of 
the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Lealta,d. 
On the preceding Thursday 
m 6 r n i n g j the Leal tads were 
guests of hoiior at Harvard Mili- 
tary Academy, wh^re Father 
liealtad'cel^bratM Slass in the 
presenee oft tee en^re student 
body. Tills was followed by 
breakfast vith Bishop Gooden, 
and Mrs. ^tevens, wife of the 
Bishop of the Diocese. At lunch- 
eon, Tathet and Mrs. LealUd 
were presen(ted,a W^ Bond and 
a purse. 

The Su n day reception i was 
made possible through courtesy 
of Mr. H. A. Howard, of St. 
Philip'* EMScopfil Church, and 
sponsored jby St. Martin's of 
South Los Angeles, and St. Bar- 
nabas of Plisadena. St. Phillips' 
Men's club gave Ithe anniversary 
cake. Amohg those paying re- 
spect to the; Lealtads were many 
who have known them fifty years 
or more, i 

Father LeAltad is- from the Dio- 
cese of Minneapolis, and though 
retired, is doing good work in 
the guidance of young Rev. Al- 
fred Normsin, who is in charge 
of the above named missions, 
and a candldhte fw the Priest- 
hood. T :^:^' 


Pvd Lamar Hihler of New York 
City, brother of Julius Hlbler, 
was here for a few days' visit 
with relatives and friends. Pvt 
Hlbler is known! throughout the 
country for hisj great perform- 
ances in football and basketball 
while playing \fith Bishop Col- 
lege. ! 

According to the All -American 
reports, Pvt. Hinler's name has 
appeared several times on vari- 
ous lists. Hiblerlwill spend a few 
days With his pkrents, Rev. and 
Mrs. L. G. Hiblpr of Muskogee, 
Oklahoma, befojre returning to 
camp. ! t 


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Back Home Aft^ 
Visit to Chici^o 

Returning home after a thirty- 
day vacation visit to Chleago 
and other eastern cities, Mn. 
Katherine Duncan, wife of Ifae 
popular - 8piort8man-about-t«»wii,^ , 
L. Duncan, manager of ttie * 
Streets Of Harlem Cafe, anlved , 
in towm Friday, last, tookinfe the ' 
picture of health, and wearlnj 
one of those Jioney-colored tana. 
While in. Chicago, ahe vialted 
with her uncle, John MarceUe;^ 
and family of 2979 So. Pailtway. 

She Is the cashier at R. Shawns " 
and i* Duncan's Streets Of Hajr j 
^em Qlub. _ " ■ -/j .^ 


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Pioneer Oub No. 
1 Meets Tuesday 

The Pioneer Club No. 1 will 
hold their July meeting at the 
residence of Mrs. Daisy Wil^n, 
corner Twelfth \ and Normandie 
Streets, Tuesday night, July 18, 
ip44. " 

I All pioneers are invited.' Take 
the "P" car to Normandie; walk 
one block north to Twelfth Street. 
John; Fowler is president, Mrs. 



Laura E. Young, 
club. 


Installation Held 

By Poinsettias 

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Installation rites, for th« new 
officers were held St the beauti- 
ful home of Mrs. Sallie J(Anson, 
Sunday, July 2. 

Mrs: Sallie Johnson, re-elected 
president, will be assisted by 
Mrs. Birdie Banks, vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Mary Sears, secretary; 
Mrs. Beatrice Walker, treasurer; 
Miss Sadie Field, social hostess; 
Mrs. Ophelia Light, business 
manager; Mrs. Katherine Reines, 
sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs. Rob- 
bie Slocum, reporter. 

TTie next meeting will be the 
ooMision of the dub's twelfth 
anniversary celebration. 


Garden Party i<^v 
Montaina Visitoi 


A dinner; party ^ ,330; wa* 
given by Mr. and '•■ Vixi: James 
Larrcmore at the palatial home 
of the former on Santa Barbara 
avenue over! the weekend, honor- 
ing Mrs. Ethel Scovall, «f iMlIes 
City, Montana. ; 


secretary of the 


Help liriM ^ 
Resistaiicf^f 

Stamina Wifli 
Tills A&t 

VitaniB-Tbaie! 


Look! Doywi 
feal tir*d— oftao get minor ilia? DO 
•omathing about it) If yfur ca ad Hi aw 
ia du« to diataiy «la6 ci a « » cy «f ^^M 
Slatnanta— aafuraf A and O VHaaiM 
—try good-tattfof Scotra Kaolaiea 
itily. Many docton itwum iand tMa. 
▼aluabla luminar tooic to help favild 
raaiatanea, anarfy aad Maniaa. Tom- 
ap aoir— buy Scott'a XmaUioa.. 
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RIG^T WHERE ijT HURTS 


The big idea isjthat yoti want 
to feel better. When pain eases, 
your mind eases. You get rest 
that means deliverance. So use 
something that gets after the 
pain. Yoii want help you can 
feel and if you iget it you will 
be grateful. So get C-2223 if 
you suffer from muscular aches 
and pains due to exercise or 
exposure (sometimes called 


rheumatic twin) or nrateular f • 
limiba^. Don't be pat off with ! 
ifs or buts, don't htJSp on eem« 
plaining. Caution: Use only ^/ ^ 
•directed. Remember you tek* "* * < 
no chances with your numejr. t,,- 
^irst bottle purchase price el '* 
C-2223 refunded if you're n«t -^ " 
satisfied. 60c and $1.00 riseel-'' 
Be sure that you ask tat''''- 
and insist, on getting C-2223. 


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THE CALIFORKIA EAGLE 




I tall kt Poiiiaiieiit FEPi 


The plank which the Republican 
Party in its convention in Chicago in- 
serted in its platform, calling for a per- 
manent Fair Employment Practice Com- 
mittee, was practically inevitable after 
the hearings held before the House 
Labor Committee. It was and is the sense 
of the American people to have a perma- 
nent FEPC. What is more, the Ameri- 
can people want a committee with 
"teeth" in it, with the authority to en- 
force the laws which Congress passes re- 
garding fair employment for all regard- 
less of race, color, or national origin. 

NdW that- the Republican Party has 
inserted this plank in its platform, it fol- 
lows that the Democratic Party must do 
likewise in its convention to \ie held next 
week. .The FEPC originated under a 
Democratic administration, so naturally 
it should be upheld in its convention. 

The fight for a permanent FEPC grew 
out of the fight to preserve the present 
FEPC, to- appropriate $500,000' for its 
continuation one more year. This was the 
smallest item in a general war budget 
which included 17 other emergency agen- 
cies — yet it created the greatest furore 
and was seized upon by the southern ad- 
vocates- of "white supremacy", as if it 
wjre the only thing that mattered, and 
the defeat of Hitler and Tojo did not 
count. It cleared the House by a margin 
of only four votes, but in the Senate, after 
the people of America were aroused and 
made known their wishes, it passed by a 
vntc of 38-to-21, President Roosevelt 
signed it. and it became law at once. 

Now that the principle of fair employ- 
ment has been established, the fight is 
on for a permanent Fair Employment 
Practice Committee. A bill has already 
been introduced in Congress for such a 


in spite of any seniority they may hold. 
As for Mexican-Americans, Ernesto 
Galarza, chief of the Labor Division of 
the Pan-American Union, pointed out 
that they, like N^roes, are usually re- 
stricted to the most menial jobs ; younger 
and less experienced "white" men are 
given the better jobs, and often Mexicans 
are paid at least ten cents an hour less 
than Anglo-Americans doing exactly the 
same work. 

"Axis agents are constantly stressing 
this discrimination," said Mr. Galarza, 
"to stir up ill feeling on the part of the 
peoples of Latin- America towards the 
United States." 

Said Walter "^i'^hitfe, president of the 
NAACP who but recently returned from 
a tour of the war fronts: "Wherever. I 
went the question most frequently asked 
by Negro soldiers was whether or not 
Negroes on returning home would be 
able to find something else to do beside 
bootblack jobs." 

The spearhead of the opposition, of 
course, comes from the South. But there 
are also a few AFL labor unions who 
insist upon clinging to the outmoded 
arguments that ^because a man's skin is 
black his work must therefore be in- 
ferior. They talk about the Constitu- 
tion, about the "supremacy" of the white 
race, about states' rights. All pf which 
is but a lot of hypocritical mouthings 
welling up from their damnable bigotry, 
conceit, and selfishness. They know as we 
know that it is as certain as the sunrise 
that we Negroes will some day soon take 
our place side by sille with our white 
brothers in every walk of life. That we 
will work together and live together in 
creating a new world in which racial 



lite «o}d^CT smiilibqt te bade 

H«« I am iii the land o( flying of me on the line remarked: 

cocdcroacheac ants and bugs of 'Tm «:lad . we don't have too 

all Hinds— to say nothing of prej- many guys like him fighting 

udice in every form and descrip- this war." I shook his hand and 

ppn, Texas! What a place! invited him to have dinner with 

I landed in Harllngen ' — the me. 
southernmost tip «^ the great That was about the <«ly Ind- 

jstkte — at 9 a.m. Wednesday dent on that train. I had a dis- 

morning, after traveling for two cussion with a Brownsville girl 

days and three nights. Tlie ride on the train from San Antonio 

oh the train— or I shoi^ld say to Harlingen. She's not so bad — . 

trains— is a story in itself. I didn^t wince once when I toK 

won't even attempt to go into it. her. I write for a Negro news* 

My Ifagro (HcDds in L. A. paper. But it's flying fast and 

womod KM bafw* I Wit to take Airiously down here. I get so 

it •cmf, "juiat tiatea and don't upset because I can't talk back. 

aoT a word." I got all my -my stomach turns somersaults. 

tolldag in beter* tii* train e My girl friwnd who is la th* 
rwac h o d El Paso— the Mcaon- WAC down h«r« had rMwrred 
Dixon line of tiie Southwieat. ' a room for me in a hotoL At 

Wh\le waiting in line at the least that's what th«T «aU it. 


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diner.T talked to ai G.I. He was 
a southerner and haid been work- 
ing in Hollywood at the Roach 
Studios making "moralel films." 
He was very proyd of thie' films 


Wtaan I walked Into tba room 
I reUed "ottcatloal" and •▼•it 
ciodcroach stopped d*ad la hk 
tracks opd aalotad m*. 

I dropped my baggage and 


committee— the Scanlon-Dawson-LaFol- bigotry and discrimination will be un- 


lette Bill. Hearings have been conducted 
before the House Labor Committee, Mrs. 
Mary T. Norton, chairman, and will 
continue to be conducted when Congress 
reconvenes in August. 

Friends of the bill arc warning that 
iinless this measure is passed not only 


known. They are simply trying to hinder 
the coming of that day. They know they 
cannot prevent it. But if it must come, 
so they think, let it'bc later when we 
are gone.' 

But we Negroes want it NOW. The 


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DeGauUe.and Us 

* • • 

Mandate System 
^"^oH^^tEnaru Wallace's Views 

W^K OF JUNE 23 TO JUNE 30, 1944 


.i^F^jlH^' 



Editoi, California Ea 

I wish to relate aii accideiit 
of a few days ago that 1 feel 
should be brought to [the atteh- 


hy 
vi^itin^ 


I - - — perhaps benefit 

are participating |in every thrust praise continues for Negro troops same \ 

fact that the Republican Party has asked at the Apcls— even in remote Fin- on Bouganville and other Accomoanied ' b ' i 

Negroes but American citizens of Mexi- for a permanent FEPC in its platform, land, where colored troops of the islands, where they took every- relative from ChlcLft 't wAn^ln 

can nationality, and other nationalities, . and that under the Democratic admin- ^^^^^^^^ r/ ilaX'T S S Tn' ^",T-^™^.^T t ""^ 

are m danger of being' wi th ou t work istration now in power measures are al- these agents an<i <iiupes of the terest Reporu from New Caie- rT h '"f h"^ l" ««* i* 

when ^eace comes. The cutbacks have ready being taken to establish such a per- super-A^an weiimacht. donia ten of the strong friend- ?*"«T?"- T^° _^*"V ?'<=« l«x>fc- 


already begun^ it was pointed out, and manent committee, a([gues well that our 
the Negroes are always the ones to suffer, hopes will soon he realized. [ . 

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he helped to make— to build the tried to swat one of them. How 
morale of the soldiers of Indus- was I to know the. darned things 
tty. fly in this part t* the country! 

The girl with him expressed The w4.fe of one of the officers 
her desire to get off the train at down at the Bs^, gracio'asly . 
El Paso to look around; "Tou offered her best lAdroom to me,- 
won't like it," said/G.I. Joe. "It's Her husband left town for a 
full of greasiers," week and she wants company. 

I hadn't heard that term since I accepted her Idnd off«, but 
I was a kid. I asked him what I don't think I'm very good ornn. 
he meant "Tliose damned Mex- pany for her. Her home is San ; 
leans — I hate tliem — I'd \ almost Antonio, Texas. One good thln^' 
rather eat^ith a good southern about her that's different from 
•niggra' tJiaitw^th one of; them," most of the others doWn here - 
he told. me. ' is that she's for Boosevelt. 

I gritted my teeth 4ind spoke It's a little cooler where she 
in a surprisingly calm manner, lives — but I never know w*en a 
"What malces you think that any scorpion will amble along and 
Negro would want to eat witli nip a piece out of me. 
you?" I asked him. I *xp*ct to «e dowa to li«a< 

I w«et oa to t«U him that ico forth* we*k*Bd. if tb»T 

lift the ban th«T ]ftit ea Than* 
day. They ore horiag a cotton 
strike ocrow th* border, but 
it moy be orer b*fer« SataTday. 
I'm having a very good time , 


If ■ too bod h* hasn't iMnaed 

aaythiag froiB the "morale 

films" h«'s aicddag — h* ought 

to poT elo^ att*BtloB to them. 
Before I got Very much farther 
^. J, - i with the war and its meaning, as long as I can talk to fcy glri 

tion ct our young me^ and wo- he jumped the gun and said in friend. But please believe me, 
men ivho are employed in Los no uncertain terms: "I'm fight- whatever" is wrong with Call- 
Angeles public places. I hope ing because I have to— and it's fomia, it is still a paradise com- r- 
you ^\\\ find space tjo print it for my motheif and family only pared to Texa*. Between ttie'iJ 


We and our Allies are now thread* ea b«IwU of da ogn* 
extending our blows on a global m«it with th* Frvaeh. 

scale aiid fascisrii is feeling for TKE MANDATE FAItCE 
the first time the full impact of The steady advance of our and dilso hone that ^ho' vmino ™ "••' '"""-."i j"" "•"•":■' "'"•' j------ '"*"""■, ~. 7,"r , "T 

coalltioA warfare! Negro-Ameri- forces in the Pacific is having ladVi^ntS wUl t-^ ;;df SL*^'"' 1^'"° ^'^^ ' ""''"SStl^t^Lr^"^"*'^ 

cans arid other Colored peoples some surprising results. High read [and constant sweat. 


THE PULPIT VOICE 


7.000 To Fight Tiibeiculosis 


Howevk m .th^ train of vie- ship growing between our men J"! tt'^l''.,«^ ^^ 

torioua Allied armies creep un- «nd the native peoples, who also :„^J , " !!?!r"^. .°^ *?• , 

resolved political problems. These know' tlMr- meaning of "vrtilte Jit tit? «f.if ^TtI* w*^^ <*«<*-•: 

now clafcor for Solution. How supremacy." " ^ n«^ f?^ "^,**2;- . , '" 

they arej solved, « whether they Another matter of global slg- ^,^"f f ^ J^°T^ ^^ ^^ 

are unftoished business for fu- nificance to which we cannot be ^ui „J»:° , t«lephon^, leaving 

tvwe generations, [vitally affects indifferent is the new light II^ a *u L *'!** ®" **"* 

Negro- America. i - thrown on the mandate systlm. ;f,*''^L,*.-'''*'*^^r"^*^' 

A, «■„ t,~.~. -„t», tho T=r>=r,««.. *"« «W^l that was left klone was 


FllEirCH CRISIS 



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.OoBdacted by 
KAJOILTON T.BOSmSlii 
aowMt Memorial B^lAadM Chmif 


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AN OPEN INVITATION 


As our troops enter the Japanese- 
it matters a gifeat deal to us JTi^'lrt*^^ 
__ that the! blood o^" boys spill in !*|",™' 

the presidency of Miss Pauline Slater "^'*J,\'^^^!*°':f J?*^^!'!^*"'! m \"** ^!!!l!L *!l*^"^'' ^iR' **** 

.... _ .. the soil of- freedoim. Hence, the ,,^„_ ^_,,^ „„.._,„.,» ._ tw- she i^roceeded to «h^ in a 


The Pulpit Vt^se has i^ppear- 


ted Marehall and Caroline P'"***^! ">uch upset at |having to ed weekly in this papeil since from imme 
, the farcial nature of the f^ «|$ the waiting on the cijis- the first week of December, ing safely 
mandate system is illu- !°"}*'T, *"•* 1^^^ ..*''t «=®""*? 1943. During that time, It has a result 


because we often feel quite fres 

immediate criticinn stand 

behind pulpits. A' 

much preaching 1: 

been the attemipt of this column slugg^h and airy; a little 


More than the average citizen of Los 
Angeles realizes, the Assistance League 
df 5ie .Outdoor Life and Health Associa- 

to the community. Over theyears smce Washington, Treasuren^ Edna Kohn, KS If th^^S^rXh^-^'li;' the pe^^^^ Admittedly, most of the* writ- the ministers « 

rculosis Secretary; and Clotilde Woodard, Cor- we fight DeGauile is endorsed l**!' ,?!, "*"^'^. f^??^^ ^'^^ Tp .,L™J?v.!. i. -J ^i »««« have not been presented they are disliked. 


the establishment of the Tuberculos 
Rest Home at Duarte by the Outdoor 
Life and Health' Association, the Assist- 
ance League has contributed more than 
$7,000 for its maintenance. 

This small group of women, headed 
by Mrs. Fannie Williams, the organizer, 
has unobtrusively made its contributions 
to the welfare df the community by sftsur- 
ing the continuance of this sanitarium 
for the tubercular where excellent care 


with Mrs. Delia Williams, chairman of ^luetance of the di.hard ele- [^TguHf NatiLs"«venant niost definite, manner) protest^ to present various items , of in- criticism would restore the vita 

the Ways and Means Committee; Emily ments of the state Department to Lutinrea^iaUy^he ZSn i"« o«t l<ni<l.' blaming the girl terest to the community from lity of many preachers. 

Woody, First Vice President? Miss Iva i^J^^,^:^^:^^l':^, ^^^^^ fTr"tKerbeS rndSfo^" r^^Jl'. .^^..'l^M t°. # the religious Jlant - :. instead Of honesUy crificizinn 

sermons wh0:-. 

..^ .-B — DeGauUe is endorsed "»'^'=- ^"^ "»""= p^'f-^" ""^'^ cho .i,™.,-J ♦u-~»iL I f-M *"?« ^'^^^ nbt been presented they are disliked, all to man- 

^^A r.,l.v»,.t^ vL tv.- v..^-/.!, brutalized and enslaved. s>ne slammed the gussea and . ^ ^ , „ ^ . ,., 

TT«lrlrte^7.~ «J^w However. Japan's violations dishes in the «nk, pfchS th* from what is generally thought people simply do not return. It 


rcspcinding Secretary. 


is assured by the personal direction of has become an important wartime duty. 


All of these women, tremendously busy w hwSrity't? thri^ ^^ibe- «ervemerely to expose the bank- orderslto the cifitom^, rehised to be a. past of the conventional is to be remember^ that a-, 
in blisiness and professional fields, have ration -To rehise recognition and ''«^tc\' of the entire system, for to spekk courte9\isly ti the (Jus- religious pattern. Rather, has one is beyond criticism, aa' 
unfailingly given of their time during assistance to DeGiulle is to deny '' ^ generally recognized that J"'"*'!^ ""o'^^fh'^^h Were white thie Pulpit Voice deliberately those who think they are, ar 

these seven ?ears to see that this much ^^Zr^^^^^-^ f '^^ ^--'^ IgS>rld' bj ' L^thTmi^^^at'o^' sa^ ^af l.''^riSb«a Jd '-'^^ »-•> '^^^^^'^ '-^'>- "^^ ^^^'^^ victims- of the Kar 
needed service shall not be denied the 
community. With the increase in the 
tuberculosis rate due to the increase in 
population and the crowded housing con- 
ditions, this former peacetime fuliction 


Dr. Leonard Stovall and the Board of 
Directors whose chairman is Mr. John 
Fowlet^.^Jjjiprescntation on Sunday, 
July 7, of foOO to Dr. L^onac^i Stovall 
by Mrs. Fannie Williams is the seventh 
such contiribution apd is the culmination 
df the efforts of the membership under 


and it is the community's responsibility 
to do its part by supporting every effort 
of the group to raise funds. Plans arc 
now under way for a mammoth variety 
show at the Shrine Auditorium, funds 
from which will be used for the same 
purpose. ■ 


If t's Pkn Our New World! 


Our attention was recently directed to 
a communication sent this newspaper by 
an individual of another racial group. 
The letter writer suggested that we stop 

resenting mistreatment of the Negro 
people. 

The gentleman suggested that the time 
and space used in objecting to discrimi 


people. I 

A cMrall*! iajeitt owa sa- 
psri«Be4 was tfas b^ovler of 
(^ lew uWioa Ana|r iMidsn dur- 
iag th* ICivll Wok whaa. igaor. 
leg th« •fiotis of{th« slaves ia 
the Ualse's bahol^, thvy sought 
t« rttuik faglttT^Blares to th* 
Ceai*d«Mt«s, aad, to conduct 
civil iodailaistnrtloa through 
tb« onKBOtus aftobUsb^d by 
tlM C«M«d«raef.| Tbs aotlea 
tMiay Is fcffcsd ta| uoiiy ,on th* 
tasks it lahcritof fcom ttioa* 
«he, durtag th* Say*s odaiia- 
IsUaUoQf sabrsfMd Vm piacsss 
Of new^stmctioe iOBd fdl9w*d 
tb* saesasloalsts rte ntan to 
p*wr«r. ila Fioae* today. It is 
■aid, •or Stot* D*(«ntaMat acts 
fima sudkor awllTations. As- 
ailittaiji it hoples to graat 
o^ttaortty to Ft*Bchin*B 
n«lth*r too toia*^ by anoda- 
tiSa with th* N^U aer too 
kisatiHad with tfaf oiais sf th* 
Ubdsrgzouad. ThM* ola't ae 
" sttcfa «si(maL 


powers. Including Britain, France, is putting it mi|dly. Finally, the ^°^' operating on the principle cissus complex. Therefore, m;- 
South Africa, Belgium, Aiistrall,^ white iprnploye Spoke Quietly to that ail matters Involvinlg life dear readers, pour It on. It is 
and New Zealand. The essential the wjiitress and proSeedejd to are basically of religious con- welcome. i 

weakness of the system— aside help her. cem. Religion is not -a narrow bOWEN 'aNNIVERSART * i 

from the imperialist nature pf I aW wandering if th|at colored code limited ito ritual and a „» , i* u j .•. 

the Allied powers, who -were girl his a job today' In spite doctrine, for in reality it is the ^ ^""^ °^ ""^^ shrouds th-» 
endowed with authority to en- of th^ general conditions &t fundamental a^ltude of every 'oUowing paragraph, becaur : 
force it— was the fact that it things ?nd the shortage of help action and thought, good or one of the convictions of the Pu • 
vested control over the mandated it is t^* bad that many of our bad. ,. pit Voice is not to be a billboar I 

temtory in ONE power. Hence, people working in places that With such a eeaceptioa of events and programs whici 
it was really the old colonial sys- they were not permitted to work th*r*fw*, avMr thiag which occur at Bowen Church. It U 
tern in Sunday-gomg-tQ-njectlng in pea:e times would! not take U dMM by psapls. oad whieii hoped therefore that in view c' 
dress. ( advant^iJe '.oi;, the trend twk'ard 

General recognition of tKls the better &i ' their circamstainces 
error, and the resolution of a and prj»fit by it by trjrlng tol put 
growing number of the world's their l|€st efforts forwaM and 
peoples to avoid a repition ot perhapi after tiie labor short- 
it, may account for the persist- age Is ovpt they will have made 
ence with wlilch certain British an impr^ion that will enable 
leaders (as reported in TheWorld itheni to ;^](ietain some jBf t^i 
This Week, week of June 16-23) 'bettcjir^jobs. 
attack the idea of international : A pleasant expressioii on 
supervision and administration face, aj courteous manner 


bappsas to pabpto is of ijsUr 
gi«as eeaeonv^Sach is aet al- 
woys popular/ far oft*a af, 
B*ee*iitT it nrast rat aaess 
th* gr^ af Taaity aad salfish 


the' community aspect of thi 
event' that all will be forgiver. 
; During the week of July If- 
23 the first anniversary c f 
Bbwen Church will be observw", 


prid*. 7_ — — We at Bowen are \*fery proud c'. 

The proper attitude of a true the accomplishments w h i c-Ii 

niintstry is evidenced by the have be«i ours in this firr t 

anciei|t prophet Micah, who year. Your attention is espe- 

tnfti when being advised to speak daily called to the "Communif 

aridf favorably to the , Icing, replied, N 1 g li t" 


tion. This country cannot exist half loyal 
and half disloyal, any more than it could 
half slave and half free. 

In our post-war planning one of the st*te"DCmeirt'r"rtt"rude 
important planks adopted should be the either. Ajt a recentf colonial con 


of colonies. General Smuts and a quiefi:way of speaking can be: "As 'the- Lord liveth, "what the July '79, at SMTpm. " **' 
^'!^,.^?l"" welljaiow what ^3^»*ff^ ^^ anyone and no; Lord says unto me, that wlU I 11118 program \m In the in- 


would happen if Chinese and mattwJwhaf the elrcum«tenc«i ^jeak." The pr«5>het would not terest of untty among the 
Soviet represenUtives were wiU taJ^onera long way. choose his, wopds to suit the lous agencies working In „.. 

authonaed to pass upon the ad- If oiir. civic and political whims of th* kl|ng: ^e chose to community: Labor organization* 


var- 
tho 


Th» S»ni><rBiMii onmrnanrina --•""'—" ~ i~""" "t~" "»•= «"" *- -J-' 5 ^•"•- """ i~""»:"» wnims oi in« King; fic cnosc to Community Labor organ! 
tostor^mS^o^rXS "H"»'t^^«°" °t British colonies, leader^ ministers etfc^ would : spe* the truth' in spite of the representatives of the 


who stormed Elba won't Ii)|e the 


HeiKe, we shall eagerly await help ^ui to be more efficient }n king. The Pulptt Voice aspires Churches, Clubs and other 

British reaction to President the ^hhigj we are already do- to write by that principle. ganizations interested In 

. A • ..'i . -r • , • ♦.^i^^ ♦ik-. r-„ X.E,- • ,.. , Roosevelt's proposal for a post- ing, atidi* do Jess cofaplalnine AfPttBCIATieN > social uniift of th* f^ohi* 

definite ehrbination of racial separation ^^4^^ *?i^™""'I^ "I ^" world organization to ^n- about ih^ things we have not Vir^iterT and exoressions *^"£l ^ °' ^* P«*^«- 

on the hypothesis that a white persOQ is g^/r^STnt ,7optS rXkfpro !ifSf,'i,> «" assembly of all been a|le^d<^we would per- of «tf.fiSfon ^t dSITs'ac "" 

superior to a bl^k.^All^thecWhe^ng^^^^^ have been received sine. 


Presc, 
or- 
thc 


as 


I have not met you. 
a Pulpit Voice reader. It 


column's Inception. For a privilege would be veiy inspir 


tiMM; (3) a world court to adju- 


libcralitv, should take the lead in bring- Frehch cbioniai aT«tas, education M^t^^n^?^^ 
;«« cr-h , ,.r>«,i,-tiftn *n «oce of nstiv* populatloiis. jeMasen- c.,-1. ^_ ~.r7-Jz 


ing such a condition to pass 


Sirs. Roberta Walldns 

"' ' , ' j? ' — '-" 

an iacpniMioD ot Admiiiistratkm ^^ 'tetaint 


been most appreciative. At least material in tills column. 

It conv^ the meaning that you Because the location of Bowen 

itt. tWtdlng these paragTa:phs Church is not generally known. 


fl^^^Xt'jrS^,' Such Vi organization would vlewi In regard to eotet»liJ peo- ''^^l^ ^ 
tovenmietit of the na- __* !._.,—.. ."^..^ ,2 . ni>« U7<.ii._>. _-_ ».«_* . T»i»»mg^ ^ «» 




Thev are doing this, in fact. Thty are w'»S,i«SS"Sie^'rti'o S"!'" )<« "iSiuif^ i*.»ii «i f>f^ wauac.-, n« rtBpWrt. WhS' 

working with -alf their might, to aflish HCStPo^L ^ •'J»°- S^t^^'-vSJ^Z Z!.ItoS^^1^>^ 

this feeling of racial superiority, of big- ^ * tr v.!!,.^nf^w'i * ^^"^ a guarantee against any will ridicule as "Mslonaiy,*' but 

otrv, and hatred. Then should we Nc- SSue thl^^n^^v^'„^n?-; tutuie joint imperialist aggres. which every Megro-Amertcan and 

groes sit idlv by, as this letter writer sug- S«' tiiThfvf t^Zt^' ^1° Jl^^t*""^"*^'^'^.*"^ SS^tLT^S^*??^ 

gsts, and let ^1 these effort, evaporafe ^ SfcS^'lTKl ^^^^^''^ZV.^ S^ "f^ ^(r*'' 

into nothing? Forbid it, every vestige o S^^e'i^^SSu^, 1^:^ ^fSl;," "*"^ '*" *" ^ > -*l^ -to fctttah .^ Datsh 

decency. We must work— and fight— all for Africi. | • ^W Peoples, 

the harder. We must match the efforts of lieenLagir. tiMieoiniaa eoa- 

f ctMic* \n WoBhia^tea biBtw**a 
CdGaull* oad >rsild«at 
w^ll bar* ^wasii 
l*r oU •! 
hMd^iit 


pqtalie 

ia ^et 

vary aaeooxagUig to a b*«la- 

tfag aBMrtoar. Thanfon, saefa 


■ -A .- u A ^^^ '^'°''^^' ^^^ Y\^'CA. the YMCA, all JS"*^^,' ^^** ^? the executlv^; (2) a council, an'- problems that we are constaalli S^ 7«r«il"on8lh7;;^ter has in^^^^^rt^f'^J'l^ l-S^. 

natory practices m industry, the armed the religious, civic, and political organ- ft",f ifrf ™^h P* ?T**^ nually elected, composed of the being eajled upon to meet ' ?!*** "^"^'^ .*^f'^.**': ^" *"« '"- the writing of better 
forces, and everywhere could be put to izarions who lean ever so slightly towards mejsul^ m iS!MStt«'rf «!L?""' /^,!?1* J?I?" iJ*^ ' "*" "*""*" ""' 

the Ipurpose of building the things we 
ftee^ His communication could have 
been interpreted to mean that we should 
build our own private armies, navies, and 
industries. 

If this man has ever read the Upited 
States Constitution, or if he has evct 
<tood with his right hand on his heart 
and said, "I pledge allegiance to the flag 
of the United States of America and to 
the republic for which it stands — one 
nation indivisible, with liberty and jus- 
tice for all," then he truly would under 
sund the treaionable advice he offers one 
im^TUat vttpaeat of the American na- 


awifrt whi^i hai 


our friends in the white race with our 
own, and so at last we'll bring about the 
day when racial bigotry and superiority 
will be unknown; 



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Aff previously reported (seelli^ ' ttoa boir* givaa rrlilinDi that 
WorldThis Week, May 26-June2) 
Vice President Wallace has been 
to China and Siberia, he has re- 
ported to the aaljion this week 
oppB hit rttum luHtte. But a^ 


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phf#to 
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the folltwlng directions are 
given: Bowen Church is focated 
at East 36th and Trinity streets, 
"nte. i>est approach is via Jef- 
ferson boulevard. IWaity street 
is on block west of Avalon bodle- 
vard and one block east of 
Maple . aveiue. Turnings south 
frant Jtff erson on "Trlptty, it la 
two blocks south to East Sfith 
street. 

On- tb9 northeast comer of 
Trinity an4 East SBOl straet is 
I'erattjally, crltidstn Is itwre the 3owm Memorial Church, 
than welcome, because it <ie- An <^»en inviuUon is extended 
mands thie erttidzed to be ever to aU who read this column to 
;a]«rt as4 sore^ Of facts {a^d attend this /oommunlty interest 
tiHUt. , t^MOaJiy la holiest program and to moot tM^ "up. 
«rttid«B 9Mdtd |b^ l)M.e)«ttsr, starT eoltunnlst and pnaefao. 


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Mock Wedding at 
Long Bnach Clmrch 

L05G BEACH— A "mock wed- 
ding" was given Friday night, 
June 30, by Grant's Chapel A.M. 
S. Church senior choir of this 
city. Ruth Carter, pianist, was 
; als6 soloist The 'Kev. J. Haw- 
thorne' of the Flying Combat 
, Squadron officiated. 

Little Tom ml e Gwlnn was 
ringbearer. Flower girls were 
A 1 1 a Mack, Yvonne Jasper, 
Gladys Wade, Doris Duke; Ma- 
tron erf honor, Mrs. Johnnie Mae 
Wood; bridesmaids, Gwendolyn 
McDonald and Gwendolyn Wade; 
, bride, Lena Cooke; groom; Dor- 
sey Clark. 

lie ushers were Jack Carter 
and Robert Lee Wade; president 
of choir, Mrs. Marie Clay; or- 
ganist, Mrs. Isabel Wood. 

Mrs. Wood, daughter ruler of 
Victoria Temple H% 609, Daugh- 
ter EUu was named a delegate 


"The Negro Soldier" at 
Bo wen Church, July 17 

•The- "Negro Soldier,*' cunent 
sound nK>tion picture, . will be 
screened Monday nig^t, July 17, 
8:00 p.m., in the main audi^ 
torium of the Bowen Memorial 
Methodist <;hurch. East 36th and 
Trinity streets. Also featured 
will be travelogues and news- 
reels. 

This affair is part of the first 
anniversary observance of the 
church. The anniversary com- 
mittee, headed by Mrs. Myra 
Rhetta, and Rev. H. T. Boswell, 
Bowen Minister, invites the en- 
tire community to view this in- 
teresting film. 


to the Pacific States Assoiiiation 
convening in Oakland. Sunday 
and Monday. She will rem^n in 
thfe north lor a two weeks' vaca- 
tion. • 




B*v. T. A. Se«rs 
Have ytm decided wfiere to at- 
tend ctanch Sunday? Ani ]n>n 
a newoNner to Los Aite^? 
Are ytm lotddng tor a onirdi 
home? Visit tiM Mew Krs Gom- 
mnnlty Tabemade, loeated at 
1250 East S4th stavei A.«aHial 
welcome awiUs yoD. Bev. T. A. 
Sears, minister, will laieadi 
Sunday from the subject: f*I9w 
Chnreh-Tbat Ought To^Be." 
He Witt be preadUng ev|«ry 
eTenin^ for an indef&te iiine. 
— AdVKiisement. I 


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MAGNOLIA BAPTIST 
i CHURCH 

2U East 3Ist SfxMt 
R«T. H. C. Comsliui, Pastor 

S:10 (.m.— Sunday School, 

Sitter T. Scott, Supt. 
,11:00 a.m. — Morning Service. 

Sermon by Pastor. 

• ;3a p.m.— B.Y.P.U. 

Deacon Lee Cole, Prtt. 

7iM p.m.— Ev#iing Service. 


SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 

24fb at Griffith Ave. 

Tto Bar. J. Barmoiid Henderson, 

8. T. M„ Minister 

11:00 a.m.— Snow White and the Seven 

Dwarfs." 
■:dO p.m.— Serme;i by Rev. Walter J. 
Davli, Little Rock, Ark. 


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J CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
Disciples of Christ Church 
1001 E. 28th gtreat (at Poloma) 
Wcdtar J. Brrant, Minister 

10:00 •.m.— Bible School. 
10:49 a.m. — Organ. 
11:00 ajn.— Sermon. 
Mn p.nv— Youth Meeting. 


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Bar. 

>:30 

11u: 

•:30 

7:30 


ZION TEMPLE 

131S £. Vernon Avenue 
Gwoldln* O'Connor, Paster 

a.m. — Sunday School. 

Bro. Neaby, Supervisor, 
a.m.— Sermon by Pastor: "What 

Muit I Do to Be Saved?" 
p.m. — Forum. Subject: "Post 

War Woman." 
p.m.— Sermon: "All Things Are 

Ready. Come."— By Pastor 

Divine Healing. Ail Are 

Welcome. 


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FIRST A.M.E. CHURCH 

Mortb Vanon & Kansiagton Ave. 

Poaadana 3, Calif onxia 

JoBOtboa A. Domas, Minister 

•:30 a.ni.— War Mothers Prayer Serv- 
Ice, Mrs. Thelma Blake 
leader. 

•;30 ■.m.— Sunday School. 

John R. Wright, Supt. 
11:00 s-m.— Morning Worship, Morn. 
Ing Meditation, Biahop J. 
H. Ciayborn of Little 
Rock, Ark. Little Wom- 
en's Rally Day. 

B.-30 p.m.— A. C. E. League. Patsy 
Perry, St. High Pros. Re- 
becca Wright, Jr. High 
Prea. 

7;4S p.m. — Evening worship. Favorite 

/Hymns. Sermon by Rev. 
J. E. Buchanan. 
WEDNESDAY, MID-WEEK PRAYER 
AND CLASS MEETIfMG, 7:00 P.M. 
Class night for No. 11. 
F. M. Price, leader. 
' Thliraday, 8:00 p.m. — Bible Study 
I Class, conducted by Rev. 

, J. A. Danes. "What Jesus 

I • • Thought About PVayer." 


NEW HOPE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

1623 Palema SttMt 
Los Angeles, ColifoAila 

Bbt. a. LiTBly, Minister 

t:30 a.m.^Sunday School. 

Rev. Q. L. Bedford. 
11:00 a.m. — Sermon by Roy, A. Lively. 
5:30 p.m.— B.Y.P.U. ' 

7:00 p.m. — Evening Service. 
7:30 p.m.— We will worship with Rev. 
Q. B. Ballark, at 233 E. 
2nd Street. 


FIRST AFRICAN 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL 

CHURCH 

8th and Towne Avenua 

Bev. Frederick D.' Jordan, 

Minister 

10:45 a.m.— Sermon, " W h e n All Is 
Done." Rev. Frederick L. 
Jordan, minister. 

3:00 te-7:00 p.m. — Usher Board No. 2, 
Strawberry Festival — So-' 
Journer Truth Home, 1119 
East Adams' Blvd. 

7:30 p.m.-^Sermon: Rev. J. M. Wat- 
kins, Allen Temple, Little 
Rock, Ark. 


GRACE MEMORIAL 

Church of God in Christ 

4544<6outh Compton Avenua 

Bev. W. J. Taylor, Minister 

9:30 a.m. — Church School. 

M. H. Pounds, Supt. 
11:40 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
5:30 p.m.— Y.P.W.W., William Webb, 

Pros. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 


EMANUEL A.M.E. 
; CHURCH 

'tlad and Compton Avanua 

Bar. WiUiam J. Conquaat. 

Minister 

^ Xl-M ft.m.. aj)d 8:00 p.m.— Sennofc 
by the Pastor. ' 

Bishop J. H. ClaylKJrtie -will preach 
Uonday and Tuesday nights. July 17 
and 18. He is one of the new hiahops 
elected at the last General Conference, 
and one of the best preachers of the 
race. B« sure and bear him. 


JUNE COBB INSTITUTE Inc. 

TRUTH CENTER— 1 195 E. 55th St 

Bav. 'Gaerge B. WilUama 

in Cbarga 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:15 a.m. — Rev. Qeorge B. WHIiiBma 

will deliver the message. 
Guest Soloist — Norris J. Stokes. 
Notice to all Members — Special Meet- 
ing, Sunday, July 16, 1944, at 1:00 p.m. 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

i QF TRUTH 

4428 SonUi AToIea Blvd. 

Bar. WSBk B. Hamilton. Founder 

caid Paster 

10:00 i.hi. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

7:00 p.m. — Bible Union. 

8:00 p.m. — Service A Divine Healing. 

8:00 p.m. — Thursday Service. 


J^'(M:<\ 


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ST. IjOHN A.M.E. CHukcH 

4903 Long Baoeh Avanna 

C. Melrid Carter, MiniiSar 

9:30 a.m. — Church School. < 

Miss J. Jackson, Supt. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. "Broken 


Things." Sermon lly Rev, 

Melrid Carter, Minister. 

Holy Communion. 
6:00 p.m.— A.C.E. League. Mri. 

Evangeline Holmes. 
7:00 p.m. — Evening Worship. 


Illy ip ToJiily 23 

iTNe Bdwen Memorial Metho- 
Oittrch, East 36tii uid- 
inity streets, will observe the 
anhtversaiy during the 
We^ of |uly 16-23. Haying com- 
bleted thfe first; year's wwk with 
an anaji iA achievements and 
victory, |l^ anniversary com- 
mittee, l^eaded by Mrs. Myra 
|Khetta,«Maa planned an elabor- 
|ate we^ of observance. . 
I , The nqany friends of Bowen 
Church a|id all who would make 
ecquaintince are extended an 
Invitation to share the Inspira-- 
tion of kb«Me serviceif^-brought 
by fellow churches and organi- 
zations, Wbo wiU serve during 

the nights of the first anniver- 
sary prcigram. The scheduled 
program is as follows: ' •- 

Sunday^, July 16, 4:00 p.ip., an- 
htversaiy tea, at the dtuiieh; 
Sfonday,! Ju)^ 17, 8:00 p.;m., 
sound potion picture, "The 
Negro soldier": Tuesday, July 
1^ 8:00,i guest churc^te* 28th 
Street Christian Church,' linroln 
Congregational and St John's 
Method!^; Wednesday, July 19, j. 
8:00 p.ni "Community jWght," 
labor pr^ss, etc.; Thursday, July 
20, 8:00 !p.m., semi-formal din- 
ner, horOning Rev. arukj^lrs. H. 
T. "Boswm, tickets c^lHSe $1:00 
per plat^; Friday, July :Sl, 8:00 
p.m., giiest church. First AME 
Zion Chkrch; Sunday, July 23, 
11:00, Servicemen's day; Sun- 
day, Jufer 23, 8:00 p.m., guest 
churches^ Wesley Methodist, 
Hamilton Methodist. 

For mi>re detailed information 
concemi|ig the particulars of 
,the programs, please call the 
church <^Ice at ADams 33718. . 


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AVALON 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

43rd (42^) Avalon Blvd. 
Baxter Cazrell Dnke. Minister 

9:30 a.m. — Church School. 

Coy Chatman, Supt. 
11:00 a.m. — Sermon. , 

7:00 p.m. — Vesper Hour. 
Wednesday, 7:30 to 8:30— Weekly 
prayer meeting. f 


ST. STEPHENS A.M.E. 
, CHURCH , 

• 436 Crockar Straat . 
(Between 4th and 5ih Straeti) 
I.OS Angeles. Calif. : 

Mv. B. Albert Baaiielia|ip> 
Minister 

9:30 B.m'J— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. '— SERVICE. Pastor will 
bring the message^ morn* 
ing and evening. ' 
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.— Prayer aiM elaaa 

I • meeting. " . 

7;1S p.m.— Evening Worship. ' 


NEGHBORHOOD 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 
Son Pedro Straet at 47th Place , 

R. Mansfield Collins, Founder ' 
and Minister 

11:00 a.m. — Sermon, "How We May 
Win in Life," by Rev. H. 
Mansfield Collins. 
7:00. p.m.— Sermon. 


ST. JOHN'S 
METHODIST CHURCH 

CantWT aa<l Wilmington 
J. J. Hicks. Minister 

CWn a.m. — Sunrise Prayer Service. 
9:30 a.m.— Church School. 
IIjOO a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7(30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 


WADSWORTH S.D.A* 
/ CHURCH 


'40lh Ploea at Wadswerfb 
Vtaak L. Peterson, Minister 

irM. ■.»!.— Sabliath School. 

Mrs. Minnie McCaw, supt. 
11:00 a.m.— Sermon, "Why Believe the 

Bible." The Pastor. 
4:30 p.in.— Youth Meeting. 


PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 
1085 E. ISth Street Lea Angelas 
doTtoa D(i Bnasell, Minister 
9:00 a.m.->-Blbl« School. 
10:1B-10:4S a.m. — Broadcast for aiek 

and shut-lna. ; 
•:30 >.■!. — Evening Service. 
11 HM a.m. — SermeM, Rev. Clayton D. 
' Rusadl. 


WESLEY METHODIST 
' CHURCH 

Eighth and San Julian Streets 
E. W. Bokestraw. Minister 

9:30 a.m.— Church School. 
10:50 a.m.— Morning WoTsMp. Morning 
ZSermon, "The Importance 
of Beliefs," by Rev. E. W. 
Rakestraw. 

7:00 p.m.— Vespers. Wesley Commun- 
ity Center, 1029 East Ver. 
nan Ave. Vesper Message, 
"The Changeless God," by 
Rev. E. W. Rakestraw. 


INSTITUTE OF THOiIgHT 
CONTROL, INC. j 


1000 E. 46th Street 


Bev. Jeoneorlear J. Gannt, 
MS.D. T.C.S. 

9:00 a.m. — Daily Meditation. 
11:00 a.m. — Thought Control ClUile. 

2-4 p.m. — Science and Healing. .. 

8:00 p.m. — Wednesday, Cosmie At 
tunement And Ifersonal 
Counsel. '■ ', 


FAITHFUL CENTRAL 
BAPTIST CHURCft 

40th Place ond Poloma [jStraet 
Dr. A.. C. Copers. Paslor 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 
10:00 a.m. — Evangelical Hour.'s 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Service. < 

6:00 p.m.— B.Y.P.U. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Sarvica.' 



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UVIB B TUifU 

ChiM TBodiiags 
SS|4 So. CMtfial Atb. 

Our Fourteenth Armlversary Is 
still going on, and we are having 
some great nights. The aimivw- 
sary will end ml Sunday, July 
16,19U. I 

The banquet wiU be held July 
19, 1944 at 8:00 pjn. Call ADama 
13227, LAfayette 5363, or CEn- 
tuiy 22039 fw your tidcet. 

BEV. H. 4 MORGAN, 

: , ^ ;' •■ ! Pastor, 

f\ Y] ji 'REV. AU<pE BASSETT, 
Ass't Pastor. 


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ANNOUNCEMENT 

At "Arf-etate* B«By» «t 
Gailee Baptist dwirdi. SW and 
^Stanford, staring Sunday evMi« 
ing, July 16. I pjn. The San- 
shine fifelody Girla wffl appMT 
at the opening of^fti* "Uy* 
Cash priz^ given aw^. 

"Bean Strut" evwy night alter 
Sunday. You will miss a treat 
if you stay away. A program 
every night Dramatic readlnga; 
solos, quartets. Rev. E. K- Wil- 
hlte, pastor.— Advertlsemwit 


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TRtNITY BAPTIST CHyRGH 

^ % SStk St. and' MonrtM* jA?^, ' 
, L CatlM. D.D.. PmM 

Presenttu 


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A relisiouy orehestr* of ^rofessiowl'inwuieiswi-c, 
\ Joseph C. Liggins, DirecWf I 

■]t Sunday Evening, Jwly 14, 194|4. 
i I 7:30 P.M. oCtotk j ^C; %: 

! A Special Feature of the RtgWv.H 
\ , ■ ' Third Sunday Muiicaf ' ^ > ^ '* 
' presented by \\it Choral Ensemble 
Mrs. Virdes Shortridge,. Directress ^ i 

James G. Cha^«, frtf. 



BAPTIST GON6KESS 1IE|3SENGER-S. P. Johnson, preslde^^ 
manager oft Conner-JiohnsOh Co., Inc., Morttdans, returned last 
week from tiie 39th annaoli Sunday Schocd and BTU Congress of 
(he National Baptist Convention recently held in Blnninghara, 
Ala., where he went as a tnessenger from Second Baptist Son- 
day school of which he has' been superintendent ccmtinwMisIy for 
ttie past 30 years, airs. Jt^iJason accompanied i Mm. 


S.P.John$on 




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"For the Sin of Man Is Come to Seek and f Swt Tktt i , 


THE FIRST AFRICAN 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
HON CHURCH 

Pico and Poloma Streets 

P. M. Marshall, Pastor 

The Church with a Friendly 
Welcome" 

9:30 a.m.— Morning Church School. 

Graded. 
11:00 a.m.— Memorial Service and Flag 
Dedicatl'on. Subject: 
■'They Are Miaaed." 

8:00 p.m. — Talent Program. 


1 , .i - PLEASANT HILL 
f ' f ; BAPTIST CHURCH 
Ceraar Court and Bonnie Braa 
A. WandeU Bess. D. Dw 
Paster 

a.m.— .Sunday School. 

Bro. T. H. Taylor, aupt, 

a.m.— "Behold Our Babylon." 

fbia.— Mass meeting of the Call. 
fomia State Baptiit Con- 
vention at the Firat Street 
Baptist Church, 1st and 
Central. 

ptMt— Baptiat Training Union. 

Sia. M. B, Roxiar, director. 

MB.— "King of' Kings and Lord 

"^ of Lorda." A apipit-fiUed 

[ church, with, a apirit-f Iliad 

if minister and spirit-filled 

■ . i members. Come/ with us, 
we will do thaa good. 



PmLUPS TEMPLE 
CM£. CHURCH 

-r-' -^1 Boat 43rd Stiaat J 
B«r. Lena C QMavw. A. Bw ft I>» 
Mintster 


6:30 a.m. — Sunrise Prayer Servle* — 
Mra. Hattie Weoley, 
Leader, 


t:30 a.m.— Sunday School. S 

Henry Chapman, Suvt 
11. -DO a.m.— Sermon by Rev. Larfca C. 
Cleavw, \ 

8^30 p.m. — Epwerth League. 

Mrs. Lais Brow*. Prea. 

7:00 p.m.— Pr*aa4n* by. the eaataf. 


FOUR SQUARE GOSPEL 

CHURCH 

2214 Hooper Ava^ 

Bev. Pearl L. ToUtot, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.^Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Preaching by the Pastor. 
. 7:46 p.m.— Sermon by Pastor. 

7:45 p.m.— Friday Night Prayar 
Meeting. 


LIBERTY SPIRITUAL 

TEMPLE 

5514 So. Central Ave. 

Rev. H. L. Morsnn* PostoVi 

SERVICE— Friday Night. '= ,' • 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 

11:00 a.m. — Sunday Service. \ 

Sunday Night Service With 

Water Healing. 


ROSE TEMPLE SPIRITUAL 
CHURCH 

415« McKinler 

Rev. Millie A. Roberts, Paster 

8:00 p.m. — Thursday Evenintfk. 
8:00 p.m. — Sunday Evenings. 

MESSAGES AT EACH SERVICE 


MT. VERNON CHURCtt OF 
GOD IN CHRISTf 

' 5421 South Central Avtau* 

Ray. C. T. James, Minister 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. • 

12:00 noon— Service. v 

5:30 p.m.— Y.P.W.W. ! 

7:30 p.m.— Eviening Service. ' 


MT. SHENIR TEMPLE 

27S0 West Temple 

Evangelist Eula Smith Merandid. 

Founder 

9:30 a. ni.^-Sunday School. ' , 
11:00 p.m. — Morning Worship. 
8:00 p.m. — Evening Worship.! 
Mid'-Week Services — Tuesday,S:00 p.m. 

Sister Watklna in <charge. 
Thursday, 8:00 p.m; — Prayer: Meeting 
and Bible Class. 


McCOY MEMORIAL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

802 East 46th Street 
Rev. E. A. Anderson, Poster 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School. ; 
11KI0 a.m.— Morning Worshiw Rev. 

Anderson. 
7:30 pjn. — Evening Service. , 


MT. CARMEL MISSIONARY 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

3064 East First Street 

BOTd J. S. Peterson. Paster 

9:30 a.m.-^unday School. 
10:48 A.m.— Oovotlonala. 
11 KW a.m.— Morning WorahlB, 

6!00 p.ra.— Baptist Training vnleHu 


HAMILTON 

METHODIST CHURCH 

East 18th and Naomi Avenua 

S. M. Beane. D. D^ l^oster 

9:30 a.m. — ChUrch School. 

Prof. C. L. Eason,- Supt. ' 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship antf 

Sermon, Paiator. 
8:00 p.in.— Methodist Youth Feirow- 
. -ship. Inspirational' alngihg. 
, Helpful (Maeussieaa. 
7lSS#.lM<^EvMliis a*rvic«b 


TEMPLE OF HOLY UG 
2626 So. Son Pedro Street 

Rot. Charles Burke, Castor 

Thnrsday, July 13— Willcome Worl 
Temple, Rev. Mary Mitchel In charge. 
Friday, July 14 — Temple of Light, Re(V. 

C. L. earner of Houston, Texaa In 

Charge. , ^ I 

Sunday, July 1»-rl|«y. L. ^adox In 

charge. ' ' 1 

Monday, July 17— Seekers BcHool of 

Divine Science. Rev. Sarah Dalce 

In charge. ! 

Tuesday, July 18— Temple rf Nimred, 

Rev. Welletta Micklns in charge ! 
Wedneaday, July 19— Temple of Divine 

Truth, Rev. S. A. Jackson In charge. 
Thursday, July 20— Talents Night. Mr. 

John Gipson In charge. : 

Service opened at 8 p.m. each nigm. 


SPONSORS BEVIVAI, i- ^Bie 
Bev. Ll M. F»yne,is pastor at 
Wall Street Baptist Cliarch, 
131 East Santa Barbara, where 
a blK^evlval will be held July 
16-17, oondncted by the Rev. G. 
L. Bedford of Houston, Tex., as- 
risted by the Bev. A. Iverson, 
pastor :^f Fandise 9*Ptist 
Chnrcly; 


B^ha'i World Faith 

1907 Weat <th Street at Beacon 
"THE UNIVERSITY OF THE 
r BAHA'I FAITH" 

WilUrd P. Hatch, apeaker 

Sunday ; July 2 3 p.m 

No Admission Fee. No Collection 

Radio Series, Sandays, 7:45-8 p. m.- 

if KFOX 


TWENTY-NINTH 
CHURCH QF CHRIST 
I SCIENTIST l! 

Jl316 East 4eth Strs«it 

Christian Science servlcee I are 
held oh Sunday at 11 ajn. 

Wednesday evening meetings) ln> 
elude testimoniala of Christian Sci- 
ence healing, held at 8 p.m. 

Sunday School held at 9:30 a.m. 
fOr pUbne' up et 20 years of age. 

Reading Room open daily from t 
to 5 pjm, except Sundaya and HeH<< 
daya. r 

All ire cordially Invlttd t» atttnd 
•ur aerviee* and visit our -Reading 
Room^' 


BOWEN MEMORUL 
.5IETHODIST CHURCH 

East 36th and Trinity 'Streets! 
BBmUtmi T. Beswtil. MtaWN 


* 9c30 a.m.— fhurdr Scheeli 
11:00a.m. — Werahlp. |; ' ! 

7KM a.m.-^^ood NewsMeun 


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I^MIliE OF DIVINE ITRUT^ 

9M E«Bt 3M StiiMt 
Lea AaveieB, CfdjU. 

Jnwitaa the puMIe ts «ttM a p^- 
gram featuring Rev. ^raj C. •anlca 
and her ehe1r-«f-«eMtera'lrem CaiHs 
Anza, California* Sunday, i July ISth 
at SKW p.m. 

Rev. Susie A. Jaekspn, paater. 


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SUNSET AVENUE S.D. A, 

• CHURCH ^ 

Sdaaet dad Pepper. 

Owen A^ Tre^ )lia|ster 

ISiOe «.m.— Sabbath School 

andChlldrOh. 
11:30 a.m.— Sermon. 
fM p.in.— Youth Puma ifc 

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MEMORIES OF AZUSA 

Back r/ntkdat mornijig j 

tto 9:1$ ! I 


:oii your diB|. 

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ISA PENtECO^STAL 
TEMPLE ! I 

|lMfll.2tfli street 

SriicR £MMA CdtTON 
Directing Pastor ' 


S. P. Johnson, president-man- 
ager of Conner- Johnson Co., Inc., 
Morticians, and Mrs. Johnsoh re- 
turned last week from attending 
the 39th annual Sunday School 
and Baptist Training Union Con- 
gress of the National Baptist Con- 
vention, which met in Birming- 
ham, Ala., June 20-25. ; 
SUFERIHTENDENT FOR 
OV£R 30 TEARS 

Mr. Johnson attended the Con- 
Srass ^representing ,tfie Sunday 
whool of .Second BRi>t*st^€tti;ii'Ch 
Of which he has bees^tipearlnten- 
dent for the" past So^eafs. He Is 
also president Of the Western 
Baptist Sunday Scho^ conven- 
tion of California. : 

The Congress was one of the 
greatest in its history, feaid Mr. 
Johnson, with 5,900 messerigers 
present from all over the United 
States and more than 5,000 vis- 
itors. Over 250 classes were held; 
520 superintendents w«re pres- 


Greater St. iolin 
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ent, and- "440 pastors jand minis- 
ters. 

Having qempleted, his work 
as a messenger to the Cengress. 
Mr. Johnson tiSited siome of the 
largest mid most moden^ un- 
dertaking establishments in 
Birmingham and Chicago. 
Among them wias the Metro- 
politan Funeral Konie 'of Chi- 
cago, the largest ond finest 
Negro institutien of its kind 
in the United States; 
Being a close observer of mat- 
ters pertaining to bis Jjusii^ess, 
Mr. Johnson tack note of many 
improvenients and brihight back 
new idea^ tO be added 'to' the 
already fine service of the Con- 
ner-Johnson Company, leading 
undertakers on the Eastside for 
the past 25 pears. 



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Street Baptist diurdfi^ 

Corner Santa Barbara and 1 ^ 
WooJiawn Avcnuca I 1 

131 E. Santa Barbara 

JULY 16^17 I 

'j ' Conducted by 

! , REV. G. L. BEDFORD 

ii - f: : 

ll fr<mi Houston, Toe - 

1 ' Assisted by - 

REV. A: IVERSON 

] i Pastor, Paradise BapUst £liitrcli 

Special revival music led by one one Los Angeles' leedinr 
Soprano Soloists, Mrs. Pauline Wilson. 

"Bat, except ye repent, ye shall aO Ukeiytse petML*' 
"U we oonf est onr sins, he is fatthfol and jnst t» 
forgive as our sins and to cleanse as from all 
.'■nrlgfateoasness." - x ■ ■ i .«- 

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Phone: ADams 7503 J 


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REV. S. M. JOHHSOH 

Everyone is cordially invited 
to attend the grand opening of 
the new location of the Greater 
St J<*n B.P.L. Church, at 11T7 
East 41st Place, Sunday,:; JiUy 
16 1944. "' ' ''s "■ ^i ' 

We are asking all t^ oonie and 
let us make thijB a great day's 
service. At 11:00 a.m. |tev. E. 
Elliott will bring |the meisage. 

Rev. L. B. Bailey 'will be Iguest 
speaker. Rev. Vanpe Davis will 
be master of ceremonies.; Rev. 
D. M. Johnson IM. pastor, and 
Mrs. ^. Johnsoni' xepasiJa, ol 
Greater St John. T 11 


DON'T RLAME GOD! 


persenai err family preblema worrying youT Ara ye« jla debtfjDe 
' need money? If thtee probletna, or any like them, tra wenying 
then here is glorious news of help for you I 

aatounding maaaag* will be on. Ite way to you lust aa aoen aslw* 
- from you. Just your name, and addrees to NEW LIPE FEU.<nW- 
JP. Bex 0-1429, Hollywood, Catlfomia. B« aura to pitMit ar writ* 
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has diew jfour important di tfemioeil; 
NO SENSAilcwrALisM— NO cxmB— NO info^osnTi 

' THtXCXJCH NSWS ANALYSIS BY EXPERTS 

MPBE EXCLUStVB FOREI<a>r K IXHMESTIC OOVEKAGB 

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to tjake over every detail of funeral procedure. 

Friyi arriangements for religious servicei to traasportir • 

of thi deceiilsed^rom or to a distant pity, our pateons. 

pc] abured^ ; ll iat everydhing wiU be^ done f lawktsly 

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to Honor Dr J. H. 
Wjii;1iirni(j border Head 


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The Tlrirt AME church, 801 
Towne avenue, has announced 
through itt minister, Rev. Fred- 
erick D. Jordan, preparatlbna for 
a Testimonial Program and Re- 



HO^OBE3 BT TESTIMONIAL 

— 8«v. Frederick D. Jordan, 
minister of the First AJI.E. 
Chnrcii, Ml ToMne avenue, is 
sponsprtnf a testimonial in 
honor of tiie Bev, Jamea H- 
WilsoDv ittatinsnished charch- 
mao (Uid letirin^ editor of The 
Western Christian Becorder, 
. at tlie chordi, Monday eveninic, 
July 24. 1M4. Bev. WQson has. 
for many years, lieen a faitlifnl 
expcmoit of the Christian reli- 
g:ion and BfetlmHsni, and was a 
succeasfol pastor l>efore his 
days of retirement from active 
miidstry. 

ception honoring one of the pio- 
neer leaden in the ^ligloua de- 
velopment of California. 

Th* program will be held Mon- 
day evening, July 24, In the 
church auditorium, and the re- 
ception will follow In tfte church 
dining , room. Associates of Dr. 
Wilson in his activities as editor, 
churchman, and leader in civic 
and fraternal activities will pay 
brief tril>utea to him for his con- 
tribution in these respective 
fields. Entertaining music will 
Ixirther enliven the occasion. 

Dr. Wilson came to California 
about the turti of the century 


and as pastor and presiding elder 
has been identified particular! 
with the growth of the African^ 
Methodist Episcopal church ever 
since. At the general conference 
in 1928 meeting in Chicago, HI., 
he was elected editor of the West- 
em Christian Recorder succeed- 
ing Dr. Barksdale of Kansas 
City. He moved the office of this 
publication to Los Angeles and 
thus gave California its first 
general office in the great Afri- 
can Methodist Episcopal church. 
At the recent general conference 
in Philadelphia last May Dr. Wil- 
son retired, because of persist- 
ent ill health. His many friends 
however rejoice in his continued 
physical improvement and sin- 
cerely hope, that ojjportunity may 
yet be provided him for some 
service in the church. 


Sixth Annuar'Musical , 
Moments" Held on Sunday 

The sixth annual Musical Mo- 
ments program was held Sunday, 
July 9, at the Sojourner Truth 
Home. This was the beginners 
and intermediate classes of Miss 
Edith K .Owens, prominent musi- 
cian of this city. 

The audience responded to 
these little folk with much ad- 
miration. James E. Brown, elec- 
trician and business man, was 
master of ceremonies. 

After the program, the aud- 
ience retired to the garden for 
refreshments, in charge of Mrs. 
Aldora TtKker and Mrs. Emeline 
Brown. 

Miss Owens, one of the finest 
musicians of the city, has just 
received her degree in organ 
from the imiversity class of 
Chapman College. She is also a 
member of the American GuQd; 
of Organists — a national organi- 
zation. 

Miss Owens is exBasileus of 
Sigma chapter of Alpha Kappa 
Alpha sorority. The community 
is proud of the work that Miss 
Owens' la doing, and wish for 
her all success possible. 

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AT DK MASTERS' 8CHOOIi~Ilie letfer. Dr. 

a native M India, a spUtoal advtoer aiM faith 

piwoe is CE. 24534. H« Has been |aecea|tfiil In tU^ 

time he has been here, and has a Inrga i^ooiber <Mt i 

schooL In Ae above picture are iseen some of tbii 

will reeetve their dlpiomaa In a snort tfne. Fr6i i 

sHttng: Ber. H. Eve Bey, Dr. Masters (sitting bi' 

FeUx Ootett; standlqr left to flu altmf, Mrs. ^ 

Mrs. Ethel EckforOin. Margle[Ediniids, Mrs. 

ler; back of altw, Bbs. Mamie TMmiM; jright of 

nie O. Golatt. Mrs. Eliiabeth Triee, IMM. Jeffries, 

Vanonsby. On Jnly 16 at S o'clock wlU He » birt^y 

in honor of Dr. Masters. The pntaUe la Invited to 

ments free. Weekly service Tuesday 4nd Frldajy, 

Sunday school at d:30 — II a. m.; evenitags, I'M 

of the Holy Nazarene, 11S8 East jQst Str^t— AdvJBrtlaanent. 



Interracial Roundiabie 
At Pliillips Temple CME 

Along with a nation wide pro- 
gram to solve mln(wity problems 
through round table discussions, 
the club Eve's Daughters is pre 
senting ^me of the country' 
well known authorities. A pro 
gram will be held Friday even 
ing, July 14, at 7:45 p.m. 

Included on the program wil 
be Floyd Covington, Roi B. Can- 
ado. Dr. Robert Emerson, Rev. 
Robert Hill and U. S. Griggs. This 
is the first time all the persons 
on this program have ever been 
brought together. Each one is an 
authority in his own field. Phil- 
lips Temple is located at the 
comer of 43rd Sft^t and Wads- 
worth avenue. ;' 


M«rters,ta 
ma tele- 
city tfie siiort 
itudents In his 
stodents wiio 
left to right, 
native stjie), 
idNnrtiine Jbnes.^ 
OpmaaB.Zeig- 
Mrs. Fan- 
Mrs, \lrginla 
party riven 
ajttend; renresh- 
7:S0 p. m.; 
p. m. Temirie 


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Board Of 


The government belitvse In in- 
surance so firmly that it wants 
to compel everyone to buy social^ 
insurance. 


Wh«n your Long Dtstonc* coll \» 
going wher* linM are crowded wMh w«r, you 
may hoar the oporoter soy — 
"Pleose limit your coll to 5 minutes." 
That helps more hurry collt got throvgk ^ukfcor. 
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4750 Central Ave. T«l«plran« MIdiisan till 


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Ptice tkiae is no guide 

— ime, every fuaoal, 

lavisk or timpl e bs ' 

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CO., INC 

Morticians 

JL311 Centod Ave. 

VAndUce OMl 

L. C. Edivardsi 

F. Pickett 

F. WlUiama 


Whllaker-M&>re 

Mrs. Hazel Whitaker-Moore, di- 
rector of Christian Education at 
iFirst A^E Zion, Church, and in- 
sstructor at Jeflerton High School, 
has been elected to the board of 
trustee* of First AME Z. 

Mrs. [Moore was reared in this 
ichurchiand has Worked faithfully 
■in It fo|r many years. 
; Mrs. ! Maggie Sheppard, secre- 
Itary of| the maintenance depart- 
?ment Of Los Angeles County, has 
also b^en named to the church's 
trustee! board. Mrs. Sheppard is 
the g«ineral financial secretary, 
land was also reared in First 

Iame i % 

She lis the daugtehr of Mrs. 
Constajnce Lewis, who has been 
a deatoness in a»e church for 

*manvj years. The Rev. Paul M. 

rMarshkll Is mfeiister. 


TUNE IN ON 

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Chartotf« 
Bahal Speaktr 

Miss Oiariotte Dakln, lecturer 
and member of the Los Angeles 
Baha'i Assembly, and well 

known to the Los Angeles, 
HoUjrwood and surrounding com- 
munities for her spiritual ap-° 
proach to the chaotic problems 
confronting people in this day, 
will speak Sunday, July 16, 
33 p.m., at 1709 West 8th street, 
on "The Mountain at Vision." 
The public is coidi40y invited 
to share With her a new ap- 
proach to their problems which 
It is hoped will illumine the' 
dark comers of the material 
world. There is no admission 
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July 13, 1»l4 


HcCOY MEMORIAL 
! B4WI$T CHURCH 


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BEV. E. A. ANDERSON 

At &ie 1-1:00 a.m. Sunday serv- 
ice, the pastor, Rev. E. A. Ander- 
son, will be preaching from the 
theme "Persistency in Prayer." 

The mornfng worship will be 
concluded with a wedding cere- 
mony of one of the outstanding 
members of the church. The pub- 
lic is cordially invited to wor- 
ship with us. 

ATTENTION I 

The Bethlehem Female Quartet 
will render a gospel program 
that will make your heart re- 
joice unto the Lord. Come and 
Jiear them on July 16, 1944, at 
3:30 p.m., at McCoy Memorial 
Baptist Churcl), 802 E. 46th 


St. Stephens AME 

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The Conference Evangelist and 
Field Missionary Union Invites 
you to attend their inspirational 
services to be held at St Sheph- 
ens A.M.E. Church, ^ Crocker 
Street, Sunday afternoon, July 
16, 1944, from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. 

Come and hear Rev. H. J. 
White, assistant pa§tor of the 
First A.M.E. Churdi, a wonder- 
ful dynamfc speaker, ,who will 
bring to us a soul-stirring mes- 
sage, assisted by; J. E^rEdwards 
Gospel Choir. ' *-*<^ 

Please come and help a worthy 
cause. Mrs; A. C. McColough, 
president; Mrs. C' Cherry, secre- 
tary, Rev. B. Albert Beachamp, 
minister. 


SPECIAL NOTICE 

Mrs. Florence Carter, chairman 
of the membership drive of the 
Outdoor Life & Health Associa- 
tion, requests all units to be 
represented at the meeting of 
the workers to ^be held at the 
clinic, 28th and Griffith, Monday, 
July 17, at 12 noon to get their 
books . and instructions for the 
campaign and memberships. 

REMEMBER THE DATE: July 
17th, 1^ o'clock noon at the 28th 
Street Health Center, 28th and 
Griffith Avenue. 


Over 40 million policies cover- 
ing health and accident risks are 
in force in the United States to- 
day, an increase of nearly six 
million during 1944. 


Street. Other artists will assist 
those soul-stirring singers. 


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Arranged 

Without 

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Children's Dresses 


Slips, Panties, Socks, Sweat- 
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Suits, etc. 


MRS. WHITE 

4420 SO. CENTRAL AVE. 



BEPUBUCA^N^LKAil^S— Mrs. 

Catherine .G. S&diem, 9514 
Pace Ave., this year heads the 
activities tit Oie RepabUdan 
women of S<Nitlt I^ Angejles 
in the comiiMiti. doction cam- 
paign. Baytag recced her po- 
litical.tndhingr imderSetty HUl, 
executive secretttjr , of the 
Wvmen'n FoUtfcsI JSt^dy Cltib, 
Mrs. Mitcbem is w^ fitted for 
the position. Formally a resi- 
dent of San Antonio, Texks, 
and a graduate of Paul Qoinn 
CoDege at Waco, Mrs.Mitchem 
has lived in Los Angeles for 
the paat 26 years -where siie| is 
a member of tlie First A. M. 
Church, district organ^r Uf 
the Allen Christian' l^deai 
League, chalraaan of the 
Cross Unit at South Ceoti 
Gardens' and of the Afobljle 
Camp Service; She is $ilso chair- 
man rf the Environment Cohi- 
mittee of the Watts Coordina- 
ting Council, Kepresentallve {of 
Madame C. J. Walker Com- 
pany, and President of the Hal- 
Ue Q.JBrown Unit of the Wom- 
en's Political Study Clnb. Mrs. 
Mitchem .was elected to the Re- 
publican County Central Gem- 
mittee- of the 67th Assembly 
District. ? ^ 


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One of my five phoiies Is^- 

WA. 3218 or WE. i8975 


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Yoiith Day will be held at 
Lincoln Memiorial Congregation- 
al Cturch, Vernon and Hooper, 
next' Sunday, July 16, with 
spejcial servkses at the 11 a,m. 
servlpe. The speaker will be 
Wes&y L. Hawes, theological 
student, the son of the Rev. H. 
B. I^wes, pastor of Westminster 
Presl^yterian Church. 

Young Mr. Hawes is a 
gradjUate of Chapman College, 
and Iwill soion graduate from a 
Presbyterian seminary m San 
Fran|cisco. A dynamic speaker, 
he lives on such a high, plane 
among his fellow youths that 
he I|as won the admiration of 
all. j 

Twelve young people from Lin- 
coln A. attended a recent camp 
wltl^ 125 white* youths, some 
taking prominent parts in the 
offidal and policy-forming com- 
mitt|es of the camp. "Mrs. 
Baxtii^ Scruggs was elected dean 

of |vomen at the camp.; 

Miss Jane Johnson, another 
Lindjln you^, has just returned 
from Lakeside, Ohio, where ;5he 
attended the National Council 
of Christian Youth, She went as 
representative.^ of the Southern 
Calilfernia Youth Pilgrim Fellow- 


CARD OF THANK$ 

W^ wish to' express sincere ap- 
precilation and gratitude to 
friends and neighbors for the 
floral offerings, cards, telegrams, 
word^ of comfort, and substain- 
tial gifts during our recent be- 
reavement: Especially : for the 
broken wheel , given by our 
neighbors, and the broken heart 
from [friends in Watts. 

[Mrs. Peter Ross and son. 


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foot! 
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All I foot ailments -carefully 
exaiiiined and treated. 

Ielks'suiiding 

401^ So, Central-^Boom ^ 
[ Altems 15268 .1 

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Mon.j Wed., Fri.— 8:30 to 8:30 p.mi 
Tuet., Thurs., Sat.— 9:30 a.m. 


to mo p.m. 


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Odd Lot Release 

(Until July 29, 1944) 


Real Leather 


SHOES 

At Greatly Reduced Prices 

NO RATION , 
COUPON 


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Fine quality men's and women's footwear .". . available 
without a coupon. AH sizes in the assortment bv^t not in 
each style and color. This is a wonderful opportur»Ry to 
secure fine leather shoes without a coupon. 





MEN'S SHOES 


(No Coupon) 


Black, bro\vTi. Styles for work, sport and (fresS. Military 
styles included. 


$7.50 Values.. 
$6.50 Values. . 
$5.95 Values.. 
$4.90 Values.. 

WOMEirS SHOES 


Now $5.50 
.Hew $4.50 
.Now $3.95 
.New $2.95 


WP^ TO MEEir 
EASY 6RfeDIT TERMS 

Make payments in weekly or Monthly amounts^ as 
you prefer, with Act^epted Credit. No interest. 

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Wesley Ibninm 

ship of which she .is f|ie area 

president. ' 

" Th« Rev. Lloyd Galloway lis 

ndnister of Lincolfi Memorials 


Friendship Mi! 
Association In 



'A specM memorlM service has 
been planned for the ll o'clock 
hour at Fint AME Son Church, 
Pico andljPaloma, next ^unday 
morning, j ; * * 

"We hobe to make this ap. an- 
nual affair in wder that we may 
cherish the memory bf themeAi- 
hers who have departed from us," 
said tbe:,ndnister, the Bey. P. M. 
Marshall;)! ■ ' |vi ^l' i . ■; '!•■ ■' ' ' 

Rev. Mr. Marshall' will speak 
on the subject, "They re Missed 

The twoj flags which have been 
recently purchased will be dedi- 
cated at tills service. The Chris- 
tian flag is in memory of the 
departed ones, and the flag of 
our coimtty is in memory of First 
AME Zion members I nQifr.ti^tiie 
armed forces. * 

Special I m us i c has been 
planned by th^ senior choir, and 
a cordial invitation has been ex- 
tended to[ the general public to 
attend 


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At f ro|9re^fiye 

The ;Piogr4aslve BapftiJst 'U«^er 
BaiMi>resentsaiola Porter Fih- 
Hey in a sacred song hour, as- 
s&ted by Gwendolyn Valentine 
Senders, dramatic reader, Sun- 
day, *^ly. 16, 1944, at 6.-00 p.m. 

•The iHpgram will be held at 
the churA, 1201 East Vernon 
Avenue. Adtnissi<m by silver 
ffiCfering. i \ 

Tula Mwds^ is president; 
I^jy. ?;, B. P«^rter, pastor. 

War bond^ bought with sav- 
ji^s mean more social security. 


MOHEY 

I will pay op to HMM 
for your bome. 8A n.to 
I oe & telepiMmeB: fids to 


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ASSr. DOCTOR 

Vr. SMuOnmu will omUlb per>J 
aowri oallB aO nlrbt st Jrovr^ 
home. If yon need Um, mtfl 
he seta an assistant. 

Dr. KagfmaB's MecBcal^ 


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At 8 pl^., |tfa« rejgular third ^ 
Sunday- tkient program will be 
held In \^ich various Juveniles 
and adults of the community wall 
pafticipatb| \ 


PAY THE SAME 
FQR DENTISIRY 
CREDIT OR CASH 

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Transparent plates have 

uttchaiistng color tsttA fonki 


The dental profesiian has come 
appreciate the adaptability and 
preductrve\ quaHties of im 
material for plate making, 
denture* of more graceful deiilgn 


to 
re- 
pro /ed 
And 


and harmonizing effects are the 
•ult. Pts^tes are :>gfite<- In wei 


although of a titiie-tetted ttabi 
They have more resiliency 
will not warii tt shrink.^ 

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Translucent teet^ offer 
lifelHic effects 


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Famous Brands! Pumps, Step-ins, Ties, Straps, Platforms. 
Black and newest colors. 

i $5.95 Values Now $3.95 

$4.95 Values New $2.95 

GOLD'S^East Washington at Central Ave. 


On* of the latest 

entific chemistry Is the refined 
translucent teeth for dental 
They can bi* obtained in the sh^pe 
and size of your present teeth 
have a soft surface lustre 
makes it -difficult to detect tl^em 
from human te«th. 


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Clear-palate plates refle 
actual tissues of nfeuth 

Dental pUtes made with the re- 
fined material acclaimed by den- 
tists everywhere hav* natural - 
colored gums and clear palate|, T fiey 
hav* a live, vital appearance. 

^ birrtbeiWar Bonds ind 

StMif«'. needed jle/llKidi 
lip. nafiMiV JMro^ ; \ 

Men <ar* making sacHfieea tftder' 
•vcry4icind of global warfare,' and 
ypu can help by rteogpizingi this 
with increased purchasM of -A /ar 
Bdtids and Stamps. i , 


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1063 E. Vernon Ave.— at 


DR. GAY Says: 


Isre IS vdangerons risk 
pn you postpone needed 
Irs to your teeth. Why 
forego this perU by 
usifag Accepted Credit? 
Prices are quoted in ad- 
vance, and you can pay 
latffr with budgeted install- 1 
mehts." 

T|ie Dental torps of 
I the Army has 
! enviable record i 

Inihe two years of war, 'the 
Ar^y dentists have inserted 
ov^ 30 million fillings, 
majde over one million deii- 
tuiies to protect doital 
heijdth in fighting men. 
There is a valuable lesson 
fpi+: you in the Army's . ex- 

MAKE YOUR OW 
dEDir TERMS, 1 
VpiN REASON 1 

'B4>t>( service ot all IdAda 
with liberal psymeots. Deo-! 
tai jilateg, b r 1 d g e w o r It ,1 
vU*t» repaired and reUnedJ 
inkys, crowns, fimngs audi 
.extracllc»s. Ma^e ya«r first 
ci^ witiMlit j^pointiiMat. 

THis wm^ 


The Friend ship Missionary 
Baptist Association met in^.its 
second district executive board 
meeting, convening with' the 
Magnolia Baptist Church, June' 
27 through July 2. - 

The association made history 
that will live long in the mind 
of all who attended > it. Every 
minister preached well-prepared 
sermons. The proceeds were ex- 
cellent and thera were six new 
churches added to the five which 
were already members. 

At the close of the session, the 
association gSvej to the Morning 
Star Baptist Chiirch a check for 
fifty dollars toward Ijts new 
building fund. ij: ' 

The next session will he held 
in the Morning Star Baptist 
Church, October. 10, 1944, 

The officers of the association 
are: Rev. W. L. Strauther, mode- 
rator; Rev. N. J/ Pension, vice 
moderator; Rev. M. L. Johnson, 
recording secretary; Rev. H. C. 
Cornelius, treasurer; Rev, M. 
Miles, corresponding- secretary; 
Rev. T. P. Moss, financial secre- 
tary; Rev. A. Shorts, piresident 
of Sunday School Department; 
Rev. M. Miles, president,* B.Y.P.U. 

Women's work: Mrs. T. Scott, 
president of women's depart* 
ment; Mrs. T. Gurley, president' 
of Deaconess Board; Mrs.^orten/ 
president of Usher Board;! 

THE WORUtl 
tH IS WEEK 

(Continued from Page 7) 
coe also in tbeae cotintiiaa 
powerful foreea which will 
fight lor the old ST'teni of 
empire. Our exon^ple in the 
PbiliK>ines, however, togetiier 
with Russia'a enlightened 
treatment of Asiatic minorities 
ond any steps which China 
may tak toward cultural and 
linguistic as well as political 
minoHtie|i> can bting tremen. 
dotu pressure to bear.^en the 
whole colonial piobleau By 
tliie same token, disciimination 
against radal minorltlea in our 
own countiY does incalculable 
harm to the cause of freedom 
iiiAsia. The force of example 
is greater than any nuniber of 
.righteous pronouncements, and 
the fulfillment of oiu own ob* 
ligations, moral and legaL is 
more important than the as- 
suming of new obligations on 
the forcing of them on others." 
In other words, says Wallace, 
let us attend to the beam in our 
own eye. Which, coupiejd with 
Secretary IckeS" attack on racial 
bigots June 5, may foresiiadow a 
showdown between these Admin- 
istration spokesmen and the 
White Supremacist crowd within 
the Democratic Party w^ho are 
attempting to incite an anti- 
fourth term revolt. The fight 
will come into the open at the 
Democratic national convention 
next month. It may be more 
important to us than was the 
Hoover crowd's defeat of Wendell 
Willkie's Hberalism at the GOP 
Chicago conclave this week. 


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July 14, 1944, at 9:00 p.m.. 
there \Villj he a gospel song fest, 
under the auspices ofi aistricts 
three, five and six, at the Triijity 
Baptist Church, 3500 South Nor- 
mandie ^venue, of which !Dr. 
J. L. Castpn is pastor. 

A^earing oil the program will 
be Rev. Arthur Peters, The Gospel 
Echo Jubilee Singers, The New 
Four Spil'itu a 1 Singers, The 
Friendship Female Gospel Sing- 
ers, and many other fine singers. 
Everyone is cordially invited. 

Deaconsi of t|he districts are E. 
F. Gordon, George Turner, and 
Paul Cassiell. 


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MEMORIAL PARK 



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ANNOlWaNG THE OPENING 


The Lincoln Plot for Pre-lVeed and* At- 
Meed Sales. Now is the tihie to get a 
family plot. Termj to suiti >'o interest. 

PRE-NEED - $40 to $200 
AT-NEED-$67.50 to $250 
Markers begin at $49.50 ' 

New Shipment of Flower Cups Received 


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LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK 

, I 16500 So. Central Ave., 
Phone: NE. 61383 or GR. 1611 

MB. BOBERT CABSON, Supt., BI. 71014 
MBS. ANNABELLE CLABK, Sec'y, BE. 578S 



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•^ I VUV ance when your ti- 
tle is ox.. $8500 cash for yoor 
house. WI^ wait 20 yra. tar 
your money? All cash totey. 
Gall cm any one of tlieae dif- 
ferent phonies, but use Ola to- 
day. . . . WA. 2218. 


NEW ORLEANS 

"PSYCHIC CP" 

knusiaK ' u ptf lmrt , wh* 
lived upoac the iB^itlc 
■tDnt* yriMta af npemP-' 
toval Mowwi i. AAiiivU 1»VB. 
mmnbitti tir, VRKK 8»«!- 
Rt maia Chum K>s (b^s 
with lB«k> tjmtn SMM*. 
Ixsve droe*. TJfe ^*3Mnx a^. 

<a«k qnestions) enckMC 3 UrUidatee. 

stianped setf-addreswd emrelMc*. i Ma. 

C.0J).'s. Ynri Rcnda, IB4 St, FMer 

New Orleans. If, J/e wWaa a, 


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TtiSABEKA—Tht 34th aonUal 
session of tbe M. W. Hiram of 
fryte Grand Lodge, A. F. and A. 
M.i Scottish Rite, and the Golden 
P<^py Grand Chapter, OES, was 
- h«ld in Pasadena June 26-28, the 
^ests of King Solomon Lodge 
No. 10, and SilvenLeaf Chapter 
N6. 7. The services were very 
well attended, considering con- 
ditions (rf travel. 

The grand secretary reported a 
substantial increase ir* member- 
Ship tiiroughont the jurisdiction. 
N#w lodges and chapters have 
been chartered tluorghout the 
■Ute. 

On Wednesday, June 28, the 
annual banquet was held in the 
Carver Hotel dining rooms and 
was a beautiful sight to behold. 

The following officers were 
elected: C. B. Tarrance, most 
worthy grand master; G. A. 
^erry, deputy grand master; Wm. 
H. Robinson, grand senior 
jffMtden; S. L. Hannibal, grand 
^Junior warden; Frank W. Jingles, 
igrand secretary. 

Also, John Cannon, grand 
fceasurer; D. E. Taylor, grand 
orator; R, S. Donnings, grand 
senior deacon; y_ B. Pagolaj. 
grand junior deacon; J. S. Mead^^ 
dows, grand inner guard; Wirf. 
Thomas, grand scribe; the Rev. 
N. H. Jones, grand chaplain; F. 
D. AHen, grand senior steward; 


C. H. tVasliington, grand juniot 
steward; P. C. Carter, Sr., grand 
organizer; W. W. Hayman, grand 
deputy for the south; C. E^Mal- 
lory, grand deputy for the norths 
Officers for the grand chapter, 
OES, are: Cecile V. Thomas, 
grand matron; Percy C. Carter, 
grand patron; Stella Edwards, 
assistant grand matron; D. £. 
Taylor, assistant grand patron; 
M a y o m a y Hale, conductress; 
Mary Lou Carter, assistant con- 
ductress; Be mice Payne, lec- 
turer; Cornelia A, Roberson, treas- 
urer; Ola Mae Ratliff, secretary; 
Minnie Garner, warder; Cornelia 
Harris, sentinel; Bertha Scott, 
chaplain; Franlc W. Juigles, 
marshal]; Nellie Smith, Adah; 
Esther Rice, Ruth; Rosalia Mc- 
Daniel, Esther; Odelia Mead- 
dows, Martha; Mary Young, 
Electa; Ruby C. Covil, deputy; 
trustees are Maude C. Brown, 
Nettie M. Jones, and Charlotte 
Johnson. 



Richardson Is Named 
Commander Of Ben j. 
J. Bowie Post Here 



UBOR ON THE 
j MARCH 

' ' By JOHX K. LEE 

K>ST WAR HEADACHE 

The right to work Constitu- 
- tional Amendment will be on the 
balkrts in November. Masquerad- 
ing as a bOl to make it possible 
for workers to be employed with- 
out compulsory unionism, it is 
in reality the 
first big salvo 
against the 
very existence 
of labor unions. 
AFL leadership 
is organizing 
mass strength 
to bring "about 
its defeat. Ac 
cording to "The 
Watchman" 
writing in Sun- 
day's Times, 
.JolUiM.1,0* "union attack- 
ers pretend to see hidden 

meanings in this proposed 
amendment "He ridicules the 
thought The Times is not in a 
happy frame of mind Just now. 
Having -sectmd guessed shame-, 
fully in the recent primary elec- 
tions, it hiED-bent in its deter- 
mtnatfen to prove that organized 
labor, is a sinister foice in the 
life political of the nation. No 
surprise should be evinced by 
its almost fanatical stand 
against every circumstance bene- 
Xicial to tbe unions. 

What tbe outcoma of this 
bold, frontal attack will be is 
for from certain. The very foct 
thot the impresslTe number of 
•Igaatntes needed to put It en 
the ballet were obtained at all 
ihdicatas that It wiU take a 
txemeodens ameoiit ef ''vet- 
lag agadBsf* it to send it down 
to defeat* 

UodenbtedlT. the CIO will 
threw Its strength into the 
fight agalBst this cempletely 
■ntl-aaien omendmeBt. How 
successful the eombined ef- 
forts of ttie two labor groups 
will be is unpredictable. It 
will net be easy t» prevent the 
measure . from becoming low. 
The odi^toge is presently 
with the biackers of the amend- 
Bteat. 
Theirs had been a victory of 
no mean proportions. Indications 
are that the campaign they have 
started 'will carry over and be- 
come one of the major problems 
foir labor to cope with in the 
post war period. 



Bichardson 


H. L. Richardson, a recent ar- 
rival from Oakland, California, 
who ha5 started up a law prac- 
November of 1943, was elected 
Commander of the Benjamin J. 
Bowie Post of 
the A m e r i c an 
Legion, after a 
hotly contested 
e 1 e c t i If n in 
which three can- 
didates ran neck 
and neck on the 
first ballot and 
which finally re- 
sulted in a vote 
of 64 to 26 being 
cast in favor of 
Attorney Rich- 
ardson. 

Attorney Richardson is former 
Commander of Colonel Young's 
Post of the American Legion of 
Oakland, California, in 1930 and 
1931, and has been continuously 
a member of the American Le- 
gion for the p&st twenty years. 
He Jiopes that every honorably 
discharged war veteran in this 
community will affiliate with 
Benjamin J. Bowie Post, so that 
the Post can do a real service 
in the community. 

Juvenile delinquency, b<^ 
scouts, jobs for the returned vet- 
erans, rehabilitation of the re- 
turned vetAans, visitation of the 
sick, and procurement (^ pen- 
sions for the veterans are en the 
new Commander's agenda for the 
ensuing year.. 

The new Commander has also 
bee nelected a member of tbe 
Council of the U.S.O. of Wilming- 
ton, which place hais previously 
been elected a member of the 
great deal for the benefit of the 
race can be done through the 
contacts which are being estab- 
lished in that area. 


A SOBE THUMB 

What sticks out like a sore 
thumb on tlie hand of Negro 
lalwr is the disgustingly poor 
record It has made in donating 
blood for wounded service men. 
Admittedly a ticklish question 
because of the Red Cross' policy 
of segregating Negro blood, there 
Js no reason to be delicate about 
the vital point, and that Is, blood 
from everybody under any cir- 
cumstances is. needed immedi- 
ately. 

If the logic with which Negroes 
argue against becoming donors 
is carried into every day life, 
then why ride L A R Y trolleys 
whose operators flatly refuse to 
consider hiring Negro platform 
men? "That fact has been estab- 
lished, and yet Negroes squeeze 
themselves Into crowded busses 
and trolleys every day and drop 
tjieir fares into the boxes — be- 
cause they need the transporta- 
tion service. 

When the owner of a bar or 
restaurant refuses service on the 
basis of race or color, Negroes go 
to court and sue for their civil 
lights — ^becauise they need food 
^and refresments. When employ- 
^xsent is denied a Negro, he calls 
^^ponrthe community to fight for 
justice— because he needs em- 
ployment to get the wa^s to 
keep himself alive; but there will 
be no need for transportation, 
food, refreshment employment — 
any of these things if we do not 
win the war, and one of the im- 
portant aids to winning it is hav- 
ing sufficient supplies of blood 
pjanna on band to save the lives 


Phoenix Student 
Attends Emergency 
War Conference 


PHOENIX, Ariz. — Rosemary 
Phillips, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 
R. B. Phillips of , this city, will 
attend the Wartime Emergency 
Conference in Chicago. Miss Phil- 
lips is a graduate of Phoenix 
Union High School and com- 
pleted' her freshman year in 
Phoenix Junior College at the age 
of 15. 

She is vice president of the 
interracial group; president of 
the National Association for the 
Advancement of Colored People 
Youth Group; editor of The 
Flashlight, a church magazine 
sponsored by the Home Mission 
of First Colored Baptist Church, 
and a pledge to Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority. 

The brilliant young student 
completed her high school course 
in three years, and plans to at- 
tend the University of Chicago. 

After the Cotffeirence she will 
visit relatives and friends. Dur- 
ing her stay in Chicago she will 
he the house guest of Miss Jo- 
dora Mcintosh, whose mother is 
a childhood friend of her mother. 


Your'Baby Can Win A 
'25 War Bond Prize 

Only a few mate weeks re- 
main before the Health and Pop- 
ularity Contest which the Cali- 
fornia Eagle is conducting as a 
part of its 65th Anniversary Cel- 
ebration, will come to an end. 

It has been a profitable experi- 
ence for us. The babies we have 
met have given us an encourag 


of the boys who are serving on 

the front lines. 

Segregatien is iie leager on 
ex c use. Negzeee hove hod to 
develop and udvuiiee .dsspite 
insults from the begiaBiag of 
thetr hlstezy In this ceontry. 
Surely tbe eli^Mcienee they 
have goined tram their past 
struggles is sufficient to give 
streagfi eaoogh to' give a pint 
of bleed tfaaeugtt a Jim C^ew 
erganinrtiOBf .te- save s buatan 
lile. .. • . 


Ihc QRfoniiaf Eaj^, Thuisday, July 11, 1944- 


Sgt. Rett pKitei^ of Ihd^ 
aiiil tN Rebple's Struggles 


Mrs; Gertrude Settles, secre 
tary of the Northern section of 
the Federated Women's Clubs 
received a l>elated but none-the- 
less welcome acknowledgement 
of an Easter card that was one 
of many sent by the cH-ganiza- 
tion to the boys in the armed 
services. "The writer is S/Sgt. 
Richard A. Reese, the son of 
Mrs. Nettie B. Reese, an official 
of the Eastside Settlement 
House. The letter follows: 

S/Sgt. Richard A. Reese 
3471st QM Truck Co. 
APO 689 c/o Postmaster 
New York, New York 
My dear Mrs. Settles: 

It was indeed a pleasant sur- 
prise when I received your 
Easter Card. I was very proud 
to know that I am being thought 
of by such a fine organization. 

Being in the Jungles of India 
for sometime, I have ex- 
perienced many things; some 
were gruesome, others I hope 
will benefit me later in life. 

India is a strange, colorful 
land, one that relatively few 
Ameridans have seen. Customs, 
dress, language, color, religious 
beliefs and political institutions 
will have little resemblance to 
anything you have known in, 
America. 

There are two things about 
the Indian people you will 
notice almost imniediately. 
There are a lot of them and 
they are bewilderingly different 
in their language, religion and 
physical appearance. 

Today, one man in every five 
in the world calls India his 
home. In an area a little more 
than half as large as the United 
States there are about 389,000,- 

000 people — three times as many 
as we have. 

Nine out of ten Indians live 
off the land, farming very snyill 
patches of earth, and it is an'ih- 
credibly po<jr living for most of 
them. The average Indian far- 
mer for instance, will earn in 
a year, if he's lucky, about as 
rnuch as we as an American 
soldier, are paid ii^ a month, 
mdian farmers fives in small 
villages — ^there are some 700,000 
of them — and often liave to 
walk a mile or two from their 
homes to reach the smtall plot 
of farm land tihat belongs to 
them. 

There are nearly 200,000,000 
cows in India — one for every 
two persons— so you will see 
plenty of them wandering un- 
molested along the main streets 
of towns and along the high- 
ways. Compared to the cattle 
you see in America, India's^ows 
are a sorry lot mainly because 
there are too many of them; 
there is not enough ^ fodder to 
go around. They are no respect- 
ers of motor traffic' and one 
does have to be particularly 
careful when driving along the 
roads. In some parts of India 
the penalty for killing a cow, 
even by accident, may l>e as 
miich as seven years in jail. 
There are other sacred animals 
bdsides cow s — monkeys and 
peacocks for instance. It is just 
as: well to avqid harming any 
of- these animals no matter 
where you are. The Indians 
worship these animals , as we 
worship Gtod. 

I have been in Burma, and 
before this war is over I expect 

1 shall have been in China. I 
get homesick once in a while 
but a letter from the homefront 
helps to cure that. 

I often think of the people at 
home, I know they are really 
doing their part to help win 
this war, and we too' are trying 
to get the job done so we can 
return home to our friends and 
loved ones. 

We have very good officers 
over us, so you see with good 
officers and good men it^^von't 
be so long before this terrible 
was is over. 

Again I say thanks for writing. 
I remain sincerely, 
RICHAPwD 




Ddte 

shown here met PMjfBit^.to 
plan, tbe v^actatg latmiir'^Bvai^ 
iag Center at Pilgivn Hoase> 
little ToUo, |o whiieli tbe pufy- 


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noon. Standing, left to 


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SPEipIAI. service: "SWEETHEART*— The 29th Special Set- 
vice Co., FortlHaachaea, Arizona, has Miss Florance Coles dt 
Rankin, Pa., Ms their favorite pin-up girt Miss Coles attended 
scho<^ls in Banjkin and Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Golden 


est Rd^sfate Board j 
In Bond CafflMp 


In complying with the request 
Of Hubert B. Scudder, real estate 
c6mmiiSsioner of California, that 
each l^roker ani salesman sell 
at lea^t $500 wofth of War Bonds 
to recondition the Battleship 
U.S.S, 1 California, the Golden 
West,h»eal Estate Board, Inc., 
pledged the suiti of $50,000. 

According to H. A. Howard, 
ipresident of the Golden West 
JReal Estate Board, $87,000 was 
jraisedj during the board's War 
iBond (fampaign,' which was high- 
kighted by thei^ annual banquet 
jheld lat Villa s Arlington, 3115 
jWest [Adams Bfeulevard, Thurs- 
|day evening, at [which time more 
than ieo person^ attended. 
: In his principal address, Ray 
Westcptt, representing the State 
iReal Estate Commissioner's Of- 
lice, rleviewed tfie work of local 
Realtors and cjted the import- 
ance of purchasing War Bonds 
;as an| inv'estmept in the future 
[of this country] 
' Thojnas W.'Ki|shaw, represent- 
ling thje War Sayings staff of the 
Treasiiry Depaijtment, gave a 
'brief address and later assisted 
.in auptioning off captured war 
jmaterials fromjthe Pacific area 
]ito bond purchasers. 
i Heading the list of celebrities 
Ipreserit were Rex Ingram and 
;Ben Carter, mojtion picture fav- 
[orites, who gaiVe inspiring re- 


[marka. 
t -Others 


on the program were 


;the Rjev. H. Reindolph Moore, 
[rector of St. Wiilips* Episcopal 


Ing outlook for the future, and 
with them, we hope to, use the 
post war period for the building 
of .1 better world in which peace 
will prevail. 

In the weeks that remafn we 
plan fp enlist every baby in the 
community in our contest Dr. 
Seymour Kaufman who has l>een 
voluntarily standing by to give 
a free medifeal examination to 
the youngsters will k^p his offi- 
ces at First and San Fedro avaO- 
able as long as there lis need for 
them. 

A one yeaI^subscriptiatl to the 
California Eagle is all that is 
i.ecessary to enter your baby. He 
immediately becmnes eligiblie to 
win a ^25 War Bond, and his 
picture will be published in the 
next issue. 

Enter your b«by now so that 
he can qualify for membership 
in the ftutre California Eagle 
family drcle. 


Church; H. A. Howard, tHrs,|^«r 
Brewer Hudson, soloist; William 
Nickerson Jr.,' representing the 
Golden State Mutual Life In- 
surance Company; and Mrsi Jes- 
sie Terry. j | 

Heading the list of purchasers 
at Thursday's affair were the 
Golden State Mutual Life Instif • 
ance Company and the Los An- 
geles Escrow Company, who pur- 
chased $10,600 each in bonds. 

Others were: Orange Building 
and Loan Association, $5,000; 
Clyde Broadnax, $5(500; H. A. 
Howard, $2,000; Isadora and Ben 
Goldin, $2,000; Mrs. E. B. Hudson, 
$1,500; Albert Maddox, $1^00; 
Cajpt. J.L. Taylor, $1,000; Liberty 
Savings Loan Association, $1^000; 
George A. Vincil, $1,000; E..J. 
Porter, $1,000; Florentje Hoskins, 
$750; Edmund B. Bussey, ^500; 
Cljtrence Johnson, $500; R^i>h 
Caiace, $500; Dr. H. H. Towles; 
$500; Rev. L. G. Robinson, $500; 
Dr^ W. Bailey, $500r 

A tcrtal of $46,000.00 in War 
Bonds was raised at the |b&nquet. 


MOTHERS 


cadld Birth? Any 
pirtas? Call now and a doctor 
wlB be at yoor home hi SO 
nitoiites. 

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Woody, liiHan Tyler, Joanita 
MDiw, Anna Bosa Bevoly, 
Lory WIniam, Yvomie Cole, 
Besde Bnriw, SydDrtta jSndtli, 
Panlyn Gamer aad Iva Wash- 
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to rig^: BSuia lleiry^ BliMry 



Supervisor iGordoH 
oUgh, Mrs. feumner j Spaulding, 
president pt the Counpilof Social 
Agencies; Edmund Cooke, secre- 
tajry to tthe mayor,^ apd the Rbv. 
Hlirold Kii^gsiey will;- be chief 
pcbticipants in dedii^tion cere- 
monies ^Sunday wrhen ineml»ers; of 
Delta Signia Theta s«pority open 
a reading room and cultural cen- 
ter ,at Pilgrim Hous^ 1^ North 


San Pedro street, . Sunday irfta 
noon at 5 p.m'. 

The center lis planned to pro- 
vide library facilities tw resi 
dents of the former Little Toldo 
section, according toMrs.jiuanita 
Miller, chairman of the Isorority 
committee inf charge of ..the- pro- 
ject, who said that Delta Mothers 
will act as hostesses at t^e Sun- 
day affair to which the public 


Vaahti Marpby, Hilda 
Jady BafiMoford, CMa Dean 
Boby, HortMise AOen. Seated, 
front row, left to rlg^t: Thel* 
ma. Atimsdn, Vassie Boirfnson, 
Jjoeiaa* JwdaB Ooie, and Mil- 
dred Shores; $:' Jt^ 


is invited. ■- 

Special attenti<m will be i)aid 
to the cultural needs of children 
of the area and the sorority plans 
to provide the services of school 
teachers who are members of the 
organization to supervise story 
hours for their entertainment. 
Trained social workers will also 
be on hand at regular times to 
offer. aid and advice to residen s 
of the area who feel the need tit 
such services; 

Books alHHit and by Negroes 
and Negro periodicals will form 
the bulk of the volumes in the 
library and ' emphiusis will be 
placed on dissemination of his* 
torical information abut Ne> 




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HAMMEBIir HENRT ARMSTBONO 

Hammerin' Hank Hang up your glove 

Your fighting days are done, 
Best, on the laurels you have earned— 

From victories well won. 

Don't fool yourself and be a chumpT- 

^ The "come-back" trail is tough, 

. No one has ever made the grade — 

Use your head, you've had enough! , 

The world's great champ with titles three— 

That's wha the records say, 
Don't try to do a miracle — 

Just let it Stan* that way. 

■' ' s 

The world remembers what you've done— 

Don't make a fool's mistake, 
Hang up your gloves, your days are done — 
■ Give yourself a break ! 1 

,irOTES FROM A NEWSBOTS NOTEBOOK 

Like Old Man River, Henry Armstrong continues to roll along 
his merry way. Like the proverbial well, he's t>ound to run dry. 
Armstrong, as you know, fought John Thomas at the Olympic last 
week. The result was so pitiful it caused tears to blind the sights 
of hundreds of Armstrong's admirers. His next "assignment" is 
,Kt for July 14th (tomorrow night) when he fights Slugger White 
at Hollywood Legion stadium. 

The commissioners should step in and halt that bout. It's 
time we stop ducking the issue and face facU. The facts, ladies 
and gentlemen, are these: That Henry Armstrong Is through. 
That to continue fighting may result in the loss" of one or both 
of his eyes. Henry's pitiful showing in his last appearance here 
Is proof that he shouldn't be fighting anymore. He fought John 
Thomas last Tuesday night, and everyone knows Thomas carried 
Henry that night but even so, Armstrong groped around the ring 
as blind Sam Langford might have, if he were in there. 
ETEStGHT BAD 

I Armstrong isn't blind yet. But the vision in one of his eyes 
>s poor. Henry's left eye has been defective since birth. Dr. Alex- 
ander Schiff, who operated on! Henry reports that tiie, vision of 
Armstrong's left eye is subnormal. Manager George Moore, wfho 
boasts as if that were something to brag about, that he Is the only 
one responsible for Henry Armstrong's comeback campaign, says 
Henry has been passed as physically fit by every boxing com- 
mission which has examined him as proof that there it nothing 
wrong with the boxer's eyes. 

What Mr. Moore failed to point out (but what we knew all 
along) was that John Henry Lewis had also been passed as 
physically fit by many commissions before a doctor of the Mich- 
igan State Athletic Commission found him to be totally blind 
in one eye — a condition of long standingi 

From confrere Dan Porter's eol'm cemM th« report that 
Hanrr i* lighting m»rely to get up anough moaef to pay hit 
iBComo tax on lost toot's earnings. In th«t coso. doos that 
moan Honry would have to stag* another comriMck In 1S45 
to moot his tax payments oo hU 1944 oomlngs? Don Porkor 
(of the NY Daily Mirrior sports staff) has piaooBtad (through 
hU eol'm) to the public what ho boUovod to bo tho f«et» about 
Hoaxy'a comoback, and discouraging any attompt to foist him 
on Kow York rons after anotbor buildup. 

And because of that, Mr. Moore (who has enough money to 
meet his own income tax payment) said he doubted whether he'd 
let Henry fight in New York anymore. Mr. Parker assured him 
of complete cooperation on that point. And your Candid Com- 
mentator vnll hereafter use every key on his portable to keep 
Henry from fighting in California again. 

Henry Armstrong is a favorite over at this desk. He's our 
Idea of a genUeman. He's a grand little champion in every sense 
of the word. We love him damb near to death. We've written 
leams of prafte about his fighting. But this is certain, the eol'm 
Ivill do everything within its power to keep the Little Champ 
from fighting again . . . And while we have our hammer out, 
we might also point out (in case it slipped your memory) that 
the time Armstrong fought Ray Robinson at the Garden, the 
result was so disgusting that even Moore ducked out of town after 
announcing that Henry was through for good. 

Sam Lampo, manogor of Sluggor Whlto. Immodlotoly 
eoneaUod White's match with JUrmstrong in Leo Aagolos. 
itatiBg: "I don't need money bodly enough to take it off 
a h'fM monl" That was nearly a year ago. It's a eineh Arm* 
strong's eyesight hasn't imprerod, eapeciaUy since he's hod 
over thirty fights since then. Doos that mean then, that Mr. 
White's manager needs money badly enough now to toko it 
oM a aocprly-bliad fighter? He signed fiie Slugger to meat 
him tomorrow night at Hollywood. That doesn't make soose. 
does Itr 

Every year, thousands of school kids are released from the 
schools for the annual sdmmer -vacation. A vacation to most of 
them means nothing n^ore than the fact that betw;een June and 
September there is no school. The word "vacation" to some of 
them is just a word. The families of too many kids don't have 
•ufficient funds to send their youngsters off to the.various camps. 



Rhythm M ngs Star at 
Grind T^r>aqe Gate 


Lena Hune Is T||is 
'9st On Set at MCjM IS 



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TKe|<p 

Olid i| Frkise of 

CasabiaMa Club 


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ON COME-BACK T^AIL-^NIna Ma^ McKlnney, flrst seirfa 

flamor girl of the scijben, i<« on the cdme-back trail to stardom, 
be'has Just oomirietei^ her first picture since coming out of her 
retirement of severalt years. A nun4>er of major Hollywood 
stadioe have already Indica^ definite Intention of using Miss 
McKinney in forthcotmng productions. 


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FLYING TO NEW YOBK— In case yofa wondered who the guy 
in the picture iirave Is^ he is' Alex Lov^joy, who came out to the 
City of the Angrels years ag:o to work in pictures and turned out 
ovming the first breakfast club to po^ np on the avenue, who 
wUl fly to New York for a two months' \1sit. Love joy was ttie 
first to hit upon the Idea to operate an after-hour spot as a 
restaurant. Secret of his success is his widely-advertised "Kg 
Leg Chicken-" He leaves July IV and will planejiack to fe-open 
has LoveJoy's Brealdpst Clnb (45161/] Central Avenue) on 
S<qptehil>er <. 

He's one ot the be^t-Uked ^ys on !Central--4n case the sub- 
ject of "best-liked guytf' ever comes np! 


Gri^som and Price 'Hepsters' 
Deligiiit at the Cliib Outslorts 


Practically everybody Who has 
visited the Club Outsldrts his 
left with raves a-plenty jover the 
featured' attractions at '"Hone; 
Murphy's popular South ILoc 
geles nitery. [. 

On hand from midnight 'til 
dawn to keep things moving at ^ 
lively pace is the honey-larynxed 
torchants of Dan Grisson, thje 
former Jimmie Lunceford sin 
ing star. Since leaving the Lun 
ford lads to branch out on 
own as a "single," the well-lik 
Grisson has ,done quite "well fi 
himself. 

He has a couple of | pic 
deals up his well-taUored sleev 
he has made several recording! 
and together with "Hone; 
Murphy ^he/is co-owner' of t^e 
Club Outskirts. 

We visited the Club Outskirts, 
located at 97th and South CeA- 
tral avenue, the other two in tlie 


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' ;'ttm^:-^:ii\'iLj„-^.-.^^j..- <.! :■ .i. J^.i.<fc.:jto< ..' J^Uriij'.^T^ii.L.-i'Ai.^-. A-jriwi. 


momiiig and spent a groovy 
knock* fd-out evening. And here's 
why tlie evening was such^n en- 
joyabliS one: Jesse Price, often 
referred to as "The Mad Drum- 
mer," has a five-piece band on 
the baindstand that dishes out a 
brand [of rhythm that solidly' 
sends you (wherever it is one 
goes \|^hen one is solidly gent.) 
With , ^rthu^ Dennis on saxo- 
phone; and Charlie Davis on 
piano, the quintette rocks with 
rhythrl. 

Although he holds a manager- 
ial spot, the handsome Dan Gris- 
som nevertheless steps to the 
micro#ione and sends you with 
your f ivorite ntmibers. He is ■fiie 
star oi the show, with Drummer 
Jesse i»rice running a close sec- 
ond for spotlight honors. Here is 
a druituner that has just al>out 


BT J' T. Gipaoa.. 
'HMqtriced E^ter. 

Once ' upion a ' time in 
chorus line at NY> famed Cot- 
ton Club, there appeared a shy, 
demure,! sweet ' dispositloned 
little dolMike chorine named 
Lena Honie. A hard worker, 
with a winning personality and 
an infectieius smile that made 
you iike her right o*f the bat, 
she was adored by the Cotton 
Club crowdl 

That, In case yqU're keeping 
records, was about ten years 
ago. Today iii Hollywood, this 
same shy,: demure, sweet dis- 
positloned little girl has risen 
to the top of the heap. Tho 
now, she is an actress and not 
a Chorine, she is stljl a hard 
worker with a winning person- 
ality, plus' fhe same infectious 
smile that has won its w^ into 
the hearts of milllon^i And she 
is adored by the ^Hollywood 
crowd. 
WHAT? INDEED 

What is there to be sald^ about 
Lena Home that hasn't already 
been said ' before? With that 
thought in mind, your hard- 
working mischievious 11 1 1 1 e 
nightclub editbr took hi^ com- 
plaint to John M. Lee, our skive- 
driving (but likeable); City 
editor. ' 

"Look, Mr. Lee," we argue ^ 
trying to make him isee our 
point, "I wanna do a narljicle on 
Lena. But not the same type of 
stuff. Everybody knows she is 
the most beloved actress in 
Hollywood etcetera bla bla etc. 
Can't you ithink up another 
angle for me to work on?" 
GET OUTTA HERE I 

He gave me one of thosle looks 
that needed a bath and disgust- 
ingly growled: "FSr yOur! infor- 
mation, Mr. CJipson, that's what 
we're paying y°^ ^°^- To put 
YOUR OWN Id^as to work. Now 
getha 'ell outa here and get me 
a story on Lena Home." ] 

While standing there { being 
torn between two evils (i.f., try- 
ing to decide whether to 1 go to 
work- at the Shipyards or Lock- 
heeds) a brilliant thought hit 
our sieve-like brain. 

"Tell you what," we 6ffered 
as a compromise, "I'll do the 
story, .but let's go to Hollywood 
together." : . 

Because of niy many femme 
and church readers, I can't men- 
tion the place Mr. Lee tdld me 
to go. I 

"Just give me one reason why 
I should go with you to h^lp do 
your work," he roared | in a 
voice that could easily! have 
been recorded in the eastern 
papers as another California 
earthquake. "Go ahead," He bel- 
lowed, "Just give me one 
reason!" 

On second though, we couldn't 
think of any, so we stalkled out 
of the rooin with a mad on. 
SHEEPISH WOLF j 

No sooner had we gotten into 
the car when Mr. Lee, with a 
sheepish grin on his pan of 
which I've seen better looking 
under an Ice box, rushed up and 
said: 

"Say. You're going but to 
MGM, aren't you? They're using 
plenty of pretty girls on Lena's 
set today, aren't they? You still 
want me to go out there with 
you, don't you?" 

We answered all his Iqueries 
in the affirmative. 

~On secoBd thought," he 
lied, r^e been premising Mr. 
Andr Hertter that I'd diiop out 
and htm a chat with him In 
regard to glTiag the poser an 
od for its pixtT-fifth edition." 

With more than twentjr beau- 
tiful brownSkin girls (AND Lena 
Home) working ofi the same s^, 
imagine a guy trying tb make 
us believe his only reason for 
wanting to go to MGM ;was to 
chat with a publicity director. 
And a publicity director who 
never keeps Scotch or ^urbon 
for visiting scribes in hisi office, 
at that 

He looked at us as thbugh he 
thought we were a jeik. We 


Tfeeatrieal Editor 


rOMCpRROW night, to | celebrities on Wand to do special 
an old saying. The ; "^uest" numbers. 


be a 


hot time in the 


the sihouHing and fun- 

becauseiof'a birth- 

the Casablanca Break- 

the co^ litUe San 

nitery owned and 

by Elihu "Black Dot" 

one year old to- 


ils 


There'll 
' old town 

niodemize 

reason for 

raising i^ 

day. Yes, 

fast club, 

Pedro (aye) 

operated 

McGee, 

morrow! 

The Clasablancq baa long 
been a < forerite after-hour 
fundesvejis for nitelifers. If s 
tops in j eatertaimaent with 
the meu4^>Teiced Mabel Scott 
chirping Irour' favorite lulla- 
bves, plus the swingy rhythms 
of the Lorenzo Hennor trie. 
It's no wonder the Casablanca 
Breakfaslj Club has continued 
packing 'em in nite oftar nite. 
A speciail program is lined up 

for tomorijow nights festivities, 

and' theri will be Hollywood 


iicagd, ni.-fThe Darlings of 
Rhythm, with Billy Holiday, and 
Charles A. Taylor's Grand Ter 
race Revue of l40 stars. Opened 
^the famous Grind Twract Cafe 
last Thursday ainid a bla"^ o£- 
gloiy to an enthusiastic audi- 

The GrAnd Terrace is "the place 
Count Basle, EaH "Father" Hines 
an«f Cootie Williams made fa- 
nious, and the barlings are car- 
rying on that ti'adltion, dispens- 
ing music of the same calibre 
as their male cimtemporaries. 




Rucker Bros.1 
Theater Has^ ,^ 
Changed Ha * 



looked ! ri^t back at him as 
though we thought we weren't! 
GIPSOH DBIVING 

Eighty I minutes later we 
pdlled up in frpnt of the studio 
gate. Tl^ eighty minutes if took 
for the journey in no way re- 
flects up<in the durability of j Olub on 28th 


MABEL scort-xmi 

Npt since the Lovejoy club 
first propped ujp on the avenue 
ha6 a breakfast club taken the 
angel city by storm as has Dot 
McGee's Casabilanca. There the 
atmosphere is the ifinest. 
Geiiuine hosp|ltality ptevails. 
The meals arei prepared by the 
Angel City's tojp sepia chef, anc^ 
the songs of Mabel Scott (and 
the exciting mlusic of the Flen- 
noy Trio) is worth the price of 
adnfiisslon in itself. 
' The Casablanca ^is a low- 
celling club with lights as soft 
as a Wayne King saxophone 
chorus. It's air conditioned for 
jyour comfort, ind it's "one of the 
ifewB clubs where you' can take 
your wife, mother or sweetheart, 
nd be assured ofr an evening 
f good clean i\xn and entertain- 
bient' ,1 

' The celebration tomorrow 
night (the clujb opeps at twelve 
midnigltt) will be reminiscent 
of a New Years eve celebration. 
But then, it's new year's eve 
fvay night j|t the Casablanca 
street and San 


Management Slitl p 
By Negroes; Only >r 
Race Owned Here 

The only one of seven theatres 
In the Negro district of Los Angc- ' 
les owned and operated solely 
by Negroes, the Rucker Brother's 
theatre has had ita face lifted 
with a new outside Neon sign; 
complete remodeling inside; and 
is no wopen for business. 

Formerly the Rucker Brothers 
theatre, the show is now under 
new management. Harvey Gat- 
son and Davi<? Wade are sole 
owners of the motion picture 
house, and the name has been 
changed to The Vogue Theatre. 

Darkened for many years, the 
Rucker Brothers, popular young 
Negro businessmen about town, 
saw a future In operating a 
theatre in the Negro diftrlct of • 
the Angel Clt^. They bought the 
building, cleaned.it up, and start- 
ed giving the customers first run 
pictures. 

Following the death of hia old- 
er brother, who was his partner, 
the younger Rucker brother de- 
cided to sell the theatre. (Satson 
and Wade bought him out, and 
it is still the only one of seven 
theatres on the stem owned and 
operated solely l>y Negroes, It'a 
located at 1605 East Veraon ave. 


Mrs. Bass' car. We just happen 
to be careful drivers. The fact 
cop 


Pedro. 


speed 


seemingly 


at every street corner 


that a 

lurched 

may havfi; had something to do 

with our carefullness. 

Anyway, we were greeted like 
newspapermen upon showing 
our press credentials to the of- 
ficer at. the front gate. And be- 
ing treated, like a newspaper- 
mantis something that shouldn't 
happen to. a Wfestbrook Pegler. 
We were directed to stage 
twenty-one. By this time we 
had figured on a new angle for 
our feature stbry of the week. 
So, after greeting La Home with 
a couple brotherly kisses (It's 
nice workj \f you canget it — 
and we've [got it!) we searched 
out a couple of mAnbers of the 
stage crew; The first, an electri- 
cian namep Harold Reardonr we 
bluntly shbt our first question. 
"Is she well liked out here?" 
we asked. 

"Is she well likel?" He roared' 
in a voicd almost as resound-* 
ing as out city editor's. ' 

"We loVB her! Just ask the 
Gaffer (hefs our head electrican) 
what the ^oys think of her." 

The Gaffer tUmed out to be 
a little b^dde^ of a man In- 
flated with wbrds named G. 
Cline. I 

'There [isn't anything we 
wouldn't do foir that girl," he 
said, "and [all because she's real 
peepul. She haprt't got the big 
head. She's still the same, sweet 
unspoiled little darling as she 
was when[ she first came to 
work here.'' ■ 

It seemjl that Lena net enlf 
has won ; her way into the 
hearts si miilions. 8b» has 
wen her #07 bito the heart of 
every^jaain/ woman and child 
who^l'^i; workeil with or 
aroinid.':; her. Which is seme- 
thing cl'susual In Hellywood, 
where most of .the big name 
stars act and w<ilk as the 
balancing the familT thrM^«n 
their nese. 


"Isn't that ri 
John Lee, [who 


ght?" we asked 
we thought was 


stariding at our side, but who 
had slipped off and was holding 
a nice lit^e te^e-artete over In 
an obscurje corner of the set 
with a cute little trick named 
Cleo Hemdon. 

Getting „the n^essary material 
together, \ii^e bid adieu to the 
guys and kals, and started the 
long trek back [to the office to 
write our j story. After trying 
tirelessly tot t^o hours to get 
off a good; paragraph, we fin- 
ally concljuded! that there is 
nothing that can be said at>but 
the gracious and [beloved Ltsna 
Home thalj hasnT*Tilready been 
said befor^. [ 

That there are actresses gal6re 


on the Hollywood i screen; 
Lena Home tc^s them «jl. 


but 


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THANKS A MILUON I 
Thanks To Teu aad Tou I 

The author of this column thanks you and you from the bottom 
of his heart for the way in which you have received this new 
"Grandtown" column. We didn't expect to receive so many con- 
gratulations anent this column. We Uust that -we will be bale to 
ctmtinue to enjoy tlje esteem to which you have given to this 
•cplumn. We trust aiid pray that we can continue to please you 
- '*nd you. Again we say thanks for your many compliments. 
AMEBICAK LEGION NEABLT 
ELECTS MOHRIS TO POST 

While we, are thanking; you, we must also thank the members 
of the Ben Bowie Post of the American Legion. We missed -being 
a vice-Commander of the Post by just one little vote, and that 
was oh the third ballot^ We didn't know we were that popular 
with the Legionnaires. Jky Moss, seasoned campagner, nominated 
the writer on the grounds of having World War 2 vets in office. 
H. Leonard Richardson, attorney and past commander of a Po^ 
in Oakland, was elected Commander. Arthur Mac Clannahan re- 
fused to run for re-election. Col. Moody Staten and Norman O. 
' Houston were both nominated but declined to run. However, a 
jiniss is as good as a mile. But just the same we feel good all 
over that we lost to a World War I vet by just one vote. Thanks 
a million. 

JUDGE EDWIN JEFFERSON AND 
CHARLES MATTHEWS REAL AMERICANS 

' Downtown we have a couple of men who are doing a grand 
job in their respective positions. They indisputably prove that 
Democracy is workable. Also, they have justified the faith in 
those who placed them In their positions. These men are: His 
Honor, Edwin Jefferson, judge of the Municipal Court and Charles 
Matthews, Esquire, deputy District Attorney of Los Angeles County. 
Both are doing their jobs in the American way, without any fan- 
fare. Thanks a million to the true Americans who placed them in 
their jobs. Thanks a million to Charles Matthew and' Edwin 
Jefferson for not letting their sponsors down — thereby increasing 
the faith of other real Americans to open doors to w-bfthwhile 
Negroes. 

WE WENT DOWN THE UNE 
IN STB WAR LOAN DRIVE 

The writer was chosen as a bond salesman by three groups. 
We are satisfied with our efforts in the 5th War Loan Drive. As 
always, my little wife has been a help meet. Ever by my side in 
every endeavor. Mrs. Earl J. Morris plunged into the bond cam- 
paign and sold J500 worth of bonds . . i' for which I was given 
tteait. Twas ever thus, that the wife has done her part and re- 
mained in the background and basked in the reflected glory of 
her man. Thanks a million to all those who bough war bonds 
jfrom me and Mrs. Earl J. Morris. Thanks! 
[LINCOLN THEATRE REALLT GIVES 
tTOU TOUR MONET WORTH I 

r Thanks a million to theowners of the Lincoln Theatre. They 
'really give you your money's worth. The show runs about four 
■hours. Two good filnis and a swell stage show. Broken up info 
a revue and a drama. Laura Bowman, Monte Hawley and Jimmy 
Basquette give you the heavy drama, while Leonard Reed gives 
you a nice revue with a bevy of lovely girls and Pigmeat does 
.his stuff to make you laugh. Also, thanks a million again to the 
I'Lincoln TTieatre, for employing such fine talent. They need to 
/work, too, you know. The doorman and others are very courteous. 
jiBITS ABGiOT THOSE WHO 
(ENTERTAIN TOU EACH WEEK 

3 Tid-lrits. Clarence Ellis, clever artist whose work is on the 
iofay style, leaves the Coast for Chicago. Thornton Ross, the guy 
with the voice from heaven, arrived here last week. Wonder why 
,8ome tooth paste company hasn't grabbed cute little Bobbie Reeves 
^or their ads. She has a million dollar smile. Patsy Hunter wants 
Sto leave the coast, with all of it's stage, cafe and film opportunities 
Uor love. She loves the guy. He is a soldier stationed in the East. 
I'That's how it is when a woman loves a man. 
\ I Met the charming Miss Jones, manager and chaperon of the 
Vjlntemational Sweethearts of Rhythm. This all girl band can 
tcertainly beat out the jive. We liked them best as they played 
:down the show at the Club Alabam. Playing the different music 
jM artists in a revue is the real test of an orchestra. Met Bobby 
'Wallace, the human orchestra. He is booked by Bert Levy. He 
jls the brother of Babe Wallace, beautiful hunk of man, now doing 
■" jjiis stint as a service man. 

I, Joe Morris is a guy that can certainly make us carry him 
Jhround in a wheelbarrow. We once just all over him in our 
; column. We had visited his spot.; We didn't take into consider- 
• ation that he was different than others — but then too, we should 
jhave. known — that he being a Morris that he would have ideas 
•for the future. Morrleses seem to have that in common, related 
*br not 


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By JUUE PUVAL 

FulfuUing his promise to pre- 
sent stage fare that is really 
different, Leonard Reed, Lincoln 
Theatre stage producer, has one 
number that is really big-time, 
in his current weekly offering. 
His fencing number, executed by 
the shapely chorines in the line, 
complete with fencer's maslcs 
and foils, is well-night as per- 
fectly precisioned as anything 
seen in these parts, anc^ are rem- 
iniscent of the famed "Rockettes" 
in Radio City, New York. Much 
credit is due both the chorines 
and the producer for the work 
and thought put into these 
offerings. - ■" 

The Lincoln drama.- "Are the 
Parents Guilty/' storrfng Laura 
Bowman, Monte Hawley. SytUl 
Lewis, Bardu Ali and Jomaa 
Basquette, is a stintag aad In- 
tense commentary on delin- 
quent pcKents and cornea at 'a 
time when every city aad com- 
munity in Americo is focused 
on war- bora delinquency 
proI>lems. Thee* Dramas axe 
intensely interesting, as con be 
attested to by the interest enri- 
deaced by young and old aUke. 
Really getting into the "groove," 
the Flennoy Trio, hit of the re- 
cent "Sweet 'N Hot" show, late 
of the Mayan, really put the 
customers on the "beam." They 
were called back and back again 
on the stage to do encores for 
the ""swing- mad" audience. . 

Any review of a Lincoln stage 
show would not be complete 
without mentioning the "entre 
acts" of Lennie Reed, who keeife 
the audience in stitches with his 
pearls of priceless humor. The 
crowd is with him all the way. 
He has the master's touch in 
sensing just what an audience 
wants. 

But, as in every show in which 
she has appeared, the star, and 
what a star! that darling <Mr the 
night circuits, the sole exponent 
of a style solely her own, Mable 
Scott, "brought down the house." 
There is nothing that this 
little lady cannot sell, in her » 
own inimitable way. and 
brother, thafs no understate- 
ment I Bedlam resulted ° from 
her renditions of "I Want a 
ManI" and "Every Uttle. Dog- 
gie has its Day." They ore 
strictly connesseurs and collec- 
tor's itenisl The audience was 
her's from the time she hit ihe 
stage I 
As with every other show 
which has been produced by 
Reed, this one also sends the 
customers home raving. The Lin- 
coln Theatre is truly fulfulUng 
its promise ht bigger and better 
shows. In the highest sense of 
the word I 

Maxine Sullivan Is 
Back On Coast 
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ICOLN PSODUCSK— Leonard tteed, sta«:e prodneer of the 
nailc plaM mow rai^dly gwikig pcqmiari^ at the Lincoln 
stre, has lolfilliBd his pr<»n|i9e to ^^jsent a brand of stajpe 
-ihat is reidly different. Lanra Bowman and Monte Hawley. 
' Oie Ust oir outstanding players. . j ■■■■ 


InbUee! Broad^ b th^ lest 
OfHol^woo^^ 


Best of the f'free" shows in 
Hollywood, is the Jubilee broad- 
cast {Always star-studded with 
the brighest names ^om the 
stage, screeh 'pind radio, the 
Jubilee is short-waved to our 
fighting men tof the armed 
force^ I 

; Written and produced by Sgt. 
Peter } Potter, who is- aided and 
assistjad (very capably) by the 
handMme and popular Cpl. 
Baron Polan, the broadcast of 
Mondpiy last«lwtd Radio City's 
rafter's rocking] in rhythm with 
the , iswirigy rhythms of the 
Benny Carter bind. 

The boys dipped their instru- 
ments In rhythm and literally 
walked away ^ith all honors. 
From} the opening number 
'"Sweet Georgia iBrown," to "The 
One P'clock Jujnp" finale, the 
show I moved alpng- at a lively 
clip with never I a duir listening 
momeint. ' ! 

Jovial Ernie fwhitman, Har- 
lem's I answer tib Laird Cregar, 
MCd I the shoW to perfection. 
But then, he klways MCs a 
show ito perfection. His quick 
Wit, aid suberb! timing was the 
6ssance of perfection. He can 
make and gag imusing. It's his 
style M delivery that had the 
custoniers roUiiig in the aisle. 

On first was a 1)oogie-woogie 
piaiiist named i Mea4e "Lux" 
Lewis.] Billed ajs the "King of, 
Boogie| Woogie.l' he failed to 
live up to his iitle. If what he 


Maxin^ Sullivan, demure song- 
stress famed for her singing of 
"Loch Lomond," returned to the 
cQj^ two weeks ago for a starr- 
ing role in Ken Murray's "Black- 
outs of 1944," the hit show at 
El Capltan theatre in Hollywood 
which is in its 4th year. 

Last here in 1939 when she 
appeared in "St. Louis Blues" at 
Paramount and "Going Places" 
at Warner Brothers studios. Miss 
Sullivan for the pjast two years 
has been at Le RUban, Baleu in 
New York City. 

Miss Sullivan sings "Cow Cow 
Boogie," "Millie Malone," "Easy 
to Love," "Milkman," and "Loch 
Lomond" in "Blackouts," and 
has proved to ' be a prime 
favorite of the SRO houses at 
the El 'Capitan. 

She began her 10-weeks en- 
gagement with "Blackouts" on 
June 24, and may go into a 
local club following her prisent 
engagement 


played 
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was boggie woogie, then 
dope — and maybe I am 


even if it wasn't 

The fact th^t his playing 
sound^ the n^dir of nil, was 
probably due to the fact that 
in the Benny [Carter orchestra 
is a] white t»ianist (Harold 
Scheamer,' formbrly of the Ina 
Ray ttutton cifew) who plays 
the hottest mess of sharps and 
flats tever' emulated from the 
keys olf'a baby krand! 

It '\ya8 his piano styling: we 
couldn't get enqugh of. But more, 
about! the evej- smiling Harold 
in aj later communique. He 
rates a story of? his own. 

Sav^nah Chjarchill, the lush 
bundl^ of fempnine loveliness, 
stepp<}d to the michrpphone and 
wrappjed hef h<Jiiey-voiced lymx 
aroun^ a itorChy little ditty 
calledj "I L<fi5t Myi Sugar In Salt 
Lake !city."|wiiat a singer this 
girl lis. Sortie jguj^ wanna go 
to heaven when they die; others 
wanna be stra|ided on a desert 

island w^th Lena Horne; but 
all I j want inj life is a quiet 
evening at hojne with a stack 
of Saivannah Churchill record- 
ings, j She's the' one singer who 
can sSng for naie anytime! 

Hoiiored and' featured guest 
for tie prograhi was the like- 
able I and atiffactive Red da 
Hopper, best ojt tKe lenune pen 
pushers. Witli Butterfly Mc- 
Queen, borrowed for the ocasion 
from |the Iack|:Benny show, she 
exchanged a ^rbss-fire haiiage 
of gags that had the guys and 


gals in the audience 'g^iiig into 
convulsions. i ' I ; 

Hedda, -whose «>lumn is the 
best to come out, of Hollywood, 
has a terrific sense of humer. 
Everybody likes her, and she 
likes everybody. Tops is what 
she aint anything else but. 

Benny Carter's second num- 
ber was the Hoagy ! Cairmiohael 
favorite, "Star Dust." One of the 
greatest Alto saxlsts in ■ the 
business, Benny laid his saxo- 
phone aside and picked up his 
trumpet to play some mighty 
fine trickerations. He played 
flawless horn.r , ' 

Billed as "The Amazing Man 
of Musig," he definately lives up 
to his name. He toots a terrific 
truinpet, and his ' Altoiiig . . . 
well, it's just, about the- hottest 
horn this side of Harlqtii. 

With plenty bsMd * nttmbera 

from the Carter crew, plus the 
lovely lyricing of Churchill 
named Savannah — AND the neat 
wits Ernie Whitman, Hedda 
Hopper and Butterfly McQueen, 
the show solidly sent this scribe 
as this scribe has never before 
been solidly sent 

Hats off to the' Jubilee broad- 
casts. The best free show in 
Hollywood. '- \ 1 i ; 


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Joe Turner's Blu^s^ 

6o Over In Wichita 

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Wichita, Kansas.— Last Satur- 
day (July 15) when Joe Tijimer, 
who really deserves the [titre, 
"World's Greatest Blyes ^ Siiiger," 
and his great little ordiestra 
with CHiarles Sherri}l as music 
arranger, played the Rose Room 
here, the hall was cnAffdM to 
capacity, so reports! tilt promo- 
ter, genial Raymond -Qv<^rti>n. 

Big Joe, as he is intiaiately 
called, sang his way dltectty 
into the heart of every {blues 
loTer and dance fans in Wichita, 
and his added attraction, petite 
and beautiful Sheila Guys*, lit- 
eraHy had the "wolves" hahgin^ 
from the rafters, wh^n-jshe gav^ 
forth with the volcals in her owi^ 
inimitajjie way. , ; 


iBest of thecunient ^pular 
novelty tunes to come over 'the 
airlanes ^these days, is the or- 
riginal ditty from the pen of 
Nat "King" Cole tiUed, Straighten 
Up and Fly Right." Its popular 
ity ' soaring the 
heights. ' 

With the And^ 
adding it to their lieeording re 
pertoire, and Tony Pastor featur 
ing it in a Hollywood musical, 
the tune is iKginn^ tp catch 
on. • • L I 3 ■ ; 

Written and . introduceB by 
Nat "King" cole, it has long 
been an evenue-, Juke Box 
favorite. The Andrew Sisters 
heard it and asked permission 
to record it Tlie tune clicked so 
well vnth their listening 
audience that they too will use 
it their next pictuie. 

ii ihia^ it.'.jflmped from no- 
vfhere ' to eighth pla<^ among 
the most played soi^gs requested 
bjr the nightdubi^^cjcfvi^'in three 
weeks. -'■■:. \i ip ',^l\ '-j 

At that.rate,L]it?ll make !the 
Hjit 'Parade. i |' . . ■ 

And at tiie pace-f it's going, 
i^ makeit in noit^inq flat. . 

The King Cole Trfo, currently 
appearing at the famed! Troce- 
daro club in HoUyWood, lists it 
as their favorite. 


iThe news -. angle |(tf tlie slbory 


Aciokiini Mi|idl 

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Poughkeepsie„N. jI.-^Tlie lolks 
s^ong the East a>a^ were treat- 
ed to "something entirdy dlffer- 
ekt in music" when the "Brown 
Bombshell of Swinjg," Snookum 
Russell and his ifol^ywood Orch- 
estra, played several one-night- 
ers -in this vicinity last week. 
i The band came |to this area 
alfter a successful |week at the 
City Beach, Norfi^lk, Virginia 
and headed for the Mid- West, 
into Ohio, and Micjaigan, before 
oi>ening at the famous Grand 
Terrace Cafe, Chici^go, the latter 
part of the. month, i 


ioliesdii's OOieUo 
is Aif for d^vfiMte 

I NEW YORK, N.Y. (d-^T^en 

£11 be no Jim Crow perform-' 
ces when "Othello" goes <m 
its coast to coast tour next Sepf 
t^nber far the cohtract stip}i\ 
Iktes that tiieatresi' must sell 
tickets to all :Com«r8 alike. 
Paul Robeson, who plajv :the 
rring role, saw tjothsit ; ' 



M-G-M, cel ^ja^ 2(lhr«n|of leaderj- 
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to tow^afun--by.cnming to town with 
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l^ccHidmed hy critics as being 
oaje of thei fiiieat dramatic actress 
on the stage at the tip of her 
former caireear, and still fortified 
with a sufficiency <>f youth, 
t ^ a u t y,; . personality, T plus an 
abunqancy joic spontanlety, Nina 

Mke McKinney emerged from her 
first Hollywood film appesu-ance 
since her retirement ffom films 
several yeiais aso. as triumi^iant 
a^ ev^. Sl|eiia easily thie greatest 
Sepiaj dramatic star sin<[e the late 
Evelyn Preer. . I 

Mi^ McKliiney has lust com- 
^leteji a role in the [ Benedict 
Sorgous filin production, "Dark 
Waters," starring Merle Oberon 
and iFranchot Tone at General 
Servite studios. Rushes in the 
scenes she appeared in proved 
highly satisfactory. Otiier studio 
talent scouts hearing d! her suc- 
cess in the film of the Louisiana 
bayoii life, have urged their re- 
spective producers to secure her 
for their several screen! roles, 

Ac<|ordin^ to Ben Caijter, Sepia 
actor'js agent, who has been as- 
sistinjg h e r managers, several 
niajor Hollywood stuclios have 
already indicated a dejfinite in- 
tehticjn to Use Miss MjcKinney's 
talents in Iparthcoming produc- 
tions.! It / . I ' 

Waiter ganger, producer at 


CoHim K^MR One 
KiihXts hi fllabama 

. -sp — r — 
MobQe, Ala.) — Stopping oft 

here for a <Hie-iiighter next Ttl- 
day at Dragoni Ballroom, the 
Carolina Cotton Pidcers Ordiem- 
tra under the leadership of L«- 
Roy Hardison, will move on to 
St Louis and thence to the fa- 
mous King's BalliocHn, at Lin- 
clcui, Nebraska, for a four-week 
stand. These gentiemen of both 
sweet and swing niusic only re- 
centty closed il tour of the state 
of Florida. ' if 


Universal studio wants Miss Mc- 
Kinney for the second picture or 
his schedule. Warner Brothers 
studio has a picture coming or 
for her, as do RKO studio anr' 
United Artists have plans to us'^ 
her. So, it Js, Miss McKinn^'. 
the first Sepia glamour girl^C^ 
the screen, has def initel?r'i 
la-unched her screen "oomcr^ 
back," and that in a big waj., 


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The hottest fistic natttral on tlie coast is a lightweight 
championship match f e aturing Juan Zurita and Joh^ 
Thomas. ! -^ \ ' l'\ ■ a ■ 

Zurita, is the KBA recognizdi titleholder, whb his 
been on the shelf for th^ p^st several months as a result 
of an accidental shobj^inff. A gunj he was handling; went 
off and banged up a finger. 

He won the title here from Sainmy Angott. 
Thomas, the challenger, clinched his right to bie rec- 
ognized as the foremost I Challeng^ when he won a ded- 

sive 10- round decision oyerS^ 1 \ — — —^ 

"Hanjmer' Hank" Armstrong at 
the Olympic auditorium I last 
week. 

In a rematch, Long jolin 
showed and convinced the skep- 
tics that he has what it t^kes 
when he outboxed andjout-feeh- 
eraled the former tjciplb chiamp 
to bag 7 of the IQ rounds: [ 

In their first bout Hank had 
ThOtnas on the floor on tw6 oc- 
casions, gaining the decisicm in 
a torrid battle On sheer wi^l to 
win, for which he is famouis. At 
that the opinion as to the winner 
was split, the referee voting for 
Thomas, the two judges for 
Armstrong. ! 

Thomas, young, quick to learn 
and easy to handle by his strate- 
gists, manager Bert Lewis and 
trainer George Tolson, in whip- 
ping Armstrong in a retake, du- 
plicated a similar victory bver 
Willie Joi'ce. 

Not so many months 


ago 
John lost to Luther fSlugkei'' 
White. Joyce, Aldo Spoldi [and 
Armstrong In a row. The long- 
eat series of losses on an ot|ber- 
wise almost spotless ring record. 


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The jWce and Armstrong losses 
Thomas has erased and' there 
are many who are of the opinion 
that it John met White and Spol- 
di in iematches he would reverse 
those,| too. 

The column shares that opin- 
ion, f. ■ 

Tbojpas Is tremendously pop- 
ular here; so is Zurita. The bout 
would do well outdoors. 

The build-up angles are plen- 
tiful. Zurlte is a switch-hitter, 
l^omjas is a superlative I>oxer. 
Zurita is the harder hitter. But 
Thon^as is the cleverest of tlie 
two, ^hiftier on his pins and the 
fasten puncher. 



LIVANTO 

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OLYMPIC 

Fltiie Pitzpatrlck, who is cut- 
ting i wide swath in local mid- 
dlew^slght and lightheavyweight 
circles, comes back to the Olym- 
pic auditorium next Tuesday 
night, facing Billy Sullivan of 
Portland in the 10-round main 
event. 

Sullivan, a colored heavy- 
weight of the Joe Waterman 
stable, is a newcomer here. Fitz, 
a ka3^o puncher, has stopped such 
good! youngsters as Lane Hale 
and ^Willie Johnson in the few 
short- weeks he has been on the 
coast 

Matchmaker Babe McCoy is 
rounfling out his Tuesday card 
with a sterling assortment o; 
preliminary talent 


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Wen By Alabainr 
Schdo^ WoiiMgi 

Sprinting to victory in the 50 
meters race in 6.4 secdnds, Alice 
Coachman I Dt; Titilkegee ^[(equall- 
ed the worid'tl reciwd Mtajblished 
at Katowice, Poland to 1933, 
and went on to i win jiek' sixth 
straight high Jump title jwith a 

leap of 5 feet 1 5-8 inch|8, thus 
clinching, the team title lor her 
school at~l the Women'di track 
and field, A.A.U.J championships 
at Fager Field, i Wiliai^ Penn 
High school, Harrisbutg;^ Penn- 
sylvania, last Sunday. 
LOST BT poor I 

In the lop meitCT dash, Miss 
^Coachman \i|u barely c efeated 
^y the margin of less than one 
foot by Stella Walsh, Olympic 
champion who Won triplet laurels 
at the meet. The butcom^ of this 
race is equal to the rflilts at 
the meet in Cleveland last year 
when Miss Walsh, extended to 
thetutmost, managed to ^squeeze 
out a similar victory bver the 
Tuskeegee star by art equal 
margin. [ 

Tuskegee Institute Which 
boasts a roster of top^ grade, 
consistent performers, hks been 
the winner of the National title 
from 1937 to 1942, and last year 
its team finished second in a 
tough competition at Cleveland. 

SEVEN WUfS 

In 1941, the Tuskegee team 
captured tiie outdoor chjsmpion- 
ship of ithe events staged in 
Atlantic City, and theirii success 
this year gives them $ record 
of seven wins since the first 
championship which they cap- 
tured at Trenton, New Jersey in 
1937. 

Alice Coachman is on|^ of the 
most valuable member* of the 
Tuskegee team and her duels 
with the capable, highly ex- 
perienced Stella^ Walsh : will be 
recorded ^s clashes in i>^ an- 
nals of sports events. 

Tuskegee lias dnneBstrerted 
ogaiB thai the team ' to be 
watched la day df these eem* 
petitioBs is the weU-jisaiaiMi 
imit frem the IwerU-iameus 
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Somen^ire Iq theJ South Pacif • 
ic— (Delated) 4- Overcast j skieis 
and a playing fid^ wetj by 4a 
tropical downpbur the nlj^t |te- 
fore failed to dampen the play- 
ing spirit jof the South Pacific 
Softball lej^guels leading Marine 
Special Weapoh tMun ind they 
proceeded to '^edge out a 4-3 
thriller oveir a crack All -Star ag- 
gregation. I The Aill-Star : team 
was corapesed of players from 
other seryice teams in the 
league | 

The ganje Was marked with 
timely hitting, brilliant fielding, 
and excellent pitching. The two 
opposing hinrlers, "Brownie" 
Brown for the All-Stars, and "Big 
Pete" Thompson : for Special 
Weapons, allowed- only scattered 
hits until ! the seventh inning, 
when the winners launched their 
hits for th0 de|:idii% run. 



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What may well; be onle of the 
best fights of the year-f-or any 
other year for that matter — is 
slated for tomorrow night at Hol- 
lywood Legion stadiurt when 
Henry Armstrong meets; Luther 
(Slugger) White to thettO-round 
;main event : ' '" ' ""^^ " 

The bout is fori the bwiefit ot 
Service Sports,^ Inc.! an o:|ganiza« 
tion wiiich uses its funds to buy 
sports equipment for men over- 
seas and here at home, i 

Armstrong and White' were 
scheduled to meet a year ago in 
an outdoor bout here under the 
promotion <^ Joe Lynch, but the 
fight did not come off as H^nk 
went to New York and was 
beaten by Ray (Sugar) Robinson 
and announced hik retirerlnent. 
9iact then, hewerer, ! Hdak 
letnraed te .the rin? and in IS 
ftghts this year has lest but 
twe— to WtUie Jerce oii4 John 
laomas* i 

"Slugger,"! whb recently re- 
turned to the cokst has com- 
piled a great record here< He 
registered eight straight wins, in- 
cluding among his victims John 
Thomas and Willie Joyce, beforie 
losing a lightweight title j match 
to Sammy i^gott at Hollywood 
ball park ?ast October. | 

Two months ago in Philadel- 
phia, White dropped a l(^-round 
decision to Ike WillUms, [ 

Hollywood Legion stadium is 
scaled to gross about $221)00 for 
t(»norrow'8 joust. 1 

Matchmaker Charley MacDon- 
ald h as a sterling supporting 
card Uned up. 




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The most important golf taat' 
nament of the summer season, 
tiie Southern iCalifmnfa Open Js 
(HI schedule | tiiia week-«nd at 
Sunset Pteldsj. The entry list of 
qualifiers tiM^ugh not conplete 
as this is written indicates that 
a fkir representatimi of our fav- 
orites will face the starter Friday. 

The amatei|irs and profession- 
als of the stalte are entered an(^ 
will do battle for War Bonds to 
the ai^ount of ^,500 and par for 
the 72 holes of medal play should 
be shattered. I 

Pros are being allowed to play 
without playing qualifying 
rounds and t^me amateurs such 
as Dawson and McCormick are 
also accorded the same courtesy. 
Jimmie DeVbc, our well-known 
professional, Is an entrant ai^ 


two of the Riverside Strlddan4« > 
Ed and Earl have been praotie 
ing at Sunset with the Idea « ■ 
entering. >. 

Leadtog our amateur i|uaSfien 
is (Dscar Clisby of Pa^tdena. whi 
last Saturday fashioned an im 
Iffessive par 72 to qualify to th( 
Championslilp Flight In the 5-t 
handicap group. Roacoe Jonci 
and Marlon Fo::sythe . qualiiiet 
with 74 and 75 aespectively. Als( 
qualifying were Spilln ani 
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AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico— We 
now takei off ouij hats to Bert 
McFarland's My Universe, the 
consistent seven-year-old geld- 
ing after taking iiito camp about 
the best long distance handicap 
horses now at: the border course. 
Known as' a sprinter but devel- 
oped into a distance horse by 
the clever owner, McFarland, in 
the featurfe race of last Sundays 
program known as the Silver 
Lake Handicap, and carrying HI 
pounds with Jockey Johnny Peer- 
ing in tl^e saddle, the son of 
Universe tobki the lead at the 
break an<l never looked back, 
finishing threi lengths in front 
of the favorite, Luroid, owned by 
SenatOT J^^ Merger of Cali- 
;fornia. ':;j > ■. J. . ... i 

The running; timji for the mile 
and seven^ yirds was 1:45 flat 
The winner patid in the mutuels 
$7.80. ^ejsecdndary feature was 
at six furipngs for three-year- 
olds and up. The winner was the 
Deer Woodstock farm's Real 
High, niadie the public dioice byi 
the fans paytog $5.20. 

One of the bfggnt dissapp<|tot. 
ments to "^e fans was the run- 
ning of the fifth race where the 
public ma^e Fly tog Vi the favor- 
ite, and <m cold dope it looked 
like heW(^ld hm his field dizzy,; 
but when ; it >yas over the best 
he could do wjas to fini^ sixth.; 
The winnjer was the longshot,! 
Lucky Romeo,! paying $33.40 to; 
the delighit of the; take- a-chance! 
players. H ' : i| * " 

Generalissin^b E'ddie Nealis, 
the ever smiling director of per-; 
sonnel, Anjnando E. Verdugo, and 
Boss E. L Carem, director, of; 
t>ooks and mutuels, have dohej 
themseivei proud in bringtog 
some df, ^e best handicap horses 
to the borjder traCk for summer 
racing. Pltins are under way byi 
the three big bosses to give Call- 
ente fans isome big time raetog 
during the summer meet 

Under t^e personal dire(^6ns 
of Armando Verdugo the har- 
mony that, prevail^ between em- 
ployes !an4. horsemen is the 
wauneSt slincx Caliente opened 
in 19^. With a big heart and 
sympathetic understanding, the 
congenial director is loved by all. 
When a Jockey or any other 
employe ii hurt or taken sick. 
Director Vferdugo sees that the 
best is nobe too gCod for them, 
what racing needs at all tracks 
}s more; iben ilike Armando £. 
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Stewart and racing secretary. 
Judge Joe Walter, has arranged 
an all-stail card, thirteen races 
in all, bringing the best steeds 
together in sprints and distance 
raow^--" ■ i . ' +Hf 

The Dja'y-Dbubib J«id $16.80 
and the Quinlela $34:6a Well, 
folks, iMit jyour extra dollars in | 
War Bobd« the bestially.* 
Double you can biiy. ' ' 

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Co#.JA finroriti with 0ioa«ads and dMMissads <rf happy tuers fot oTcr i 
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Had and Whjte Ointmeot toda7--lpok fcc its fiunotti name and twfo. 
mack. Use only as ditccted- lOc, 23c, 50c. save moK by boyiae ifae 
lai^er sizes of Slack and White Ointment. 

fn^ yoBtt^ diorougfaly «jdi wild Bade and WOte ^ Soap, 
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SMILES OF VICTOBT— Women of the War finance Cmninit- 
tee, Newton Street area, Los Angeles, look at a. check for 
$50,000 of War Bonds sold to the Golden State Mutual Ljfe Ins. 
Co. Left to rifht: Mmes. Carrol Moore, Beulah Amaad, LaVada 
BAese, Adde Young:, Jessie L. Terry; the, Bev. Sfrs. Attaa-L. 
McMillan; and Mmes. Surretiia Granberry and Ciertrude Kri- 
Miss Ida Perry, who also participated in the sale, was busy 
selling: a Baby Bond 'and did not get into the picture. The sale 
was made at flie Hctory House at 45th and C^itral ATemie. ' 


Women Sell ^60,000 
In War Bonds First 
Week In Newton Area 


Woman's ability to get big 
jobs donfr has been enlisted by 
the War finance Division of the 
Treasury Department in the sale 


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REGISTER NOW FOR FUNERAL 
AND BURIAL EXPENSES 
[ IN TIME OF NEED 

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Persons a^ ed 1 to 75 are eligible to apply for registration 
andw the Calif. Imperial Plan to eliminato Fnneral and Bmial 
Bi^eiises. 

Those re8:lBtering, pay a few cents a day into a fund closely 
supervised 1^ Gov't authority. In time of need the plan pays 
the funeral and borial expenses any place in the United States 
tetardless of how little has been paid in. 

Any mortician or cemetery in the United States may be 
designated. F(w tree information writ« P. O. Box 9043, Station 
8, Los Angeles& 

IDS FOUCY B£a)MM£NDED B7 
XHE RNGEUJS FUNERflL HOMT 


llOYTNTOWN'S ONLY EXaUSlYE 

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of War Bonds. Women of the 
Newton Street area pi Los Ah 
geles aie proving that it was a 
wise move. "^ 

Their first week of activity at 
the Victory House at 45th and 
Central 'Avenue resulted in bond 
sales in excess of $60,000. The 
largest single sale was" $50,000 
made to the Golden State Mutual 
Life Insurance Company. Bonds 
for babies are most popular with 
the individual buyers. 

In charge of the Victory House 
is Mrs. Adele Young who was 
appointed by the Treasury De- 
partment to act as chairman of 
the Newton Street area. Work 
ing with Mrs. Young are Miss 
Ida Perry, AWVS bond chair- 
man; Mmes. Beulsih Amaud, Sur- 
rfetha Cranberry and Gertrude 
Birt, co-chaiimen and member, 
respectively of the Booths Com- 
mittee; LaVada Ree^ and Essie 
L. Graves, chairman and mem- 
ber of the Baby Bonds Ctommit- 
tee; Carrol Moore and the Rev. 
Mrs. Anna L. McMillan, member 
and ■ chairman of the Finance 
Committee. 

Mrs. Jessie L. Terry, a regional 
director of the Women's Division 
of Southern California by ap- 
pointment of the Treasury De- 
partment, is also yhaifman. of 
the Los Angeles chapter of tbe 
Negro Women's Council, an or- 
ganization sponsored by Mrs. 
Mary McLeod Bethune for the 
sale of Wai^ BondfS to pay for 
the S,S. Hanriet - Ihibman, the 
first Liberty ship to be named 
in honor of a Negro woman. 


C(«ii^ii^iiiist 

ChurcliNews 

Bt' B«tai4i McGlowr 

Sunday, Julyj 9 -was Women's 
Day at the Cornerstone Baptist 
Church. ' It was ja success. Begin- 
ning' in Sunday School and run' 
ning: througoutr all the services 
the women had' complete charge. J 

Thle morning sservice was high-^ 
ly spiritual, with Mrs. Cecelia ■ 
Edwird^and Mrs. Etltel Hicks 
appe^ing as| solist?. , .M.rs. 
Pauline Steme^' vras the guest 
speaker, and sfie^ gave ' an out- 
standing address. At the close 
of the niOTningj services a repast 
was I served ia Honor of the 
pastjir's retum4 . J , t^^ 

At I 3:30 in jthe afternoon, a 
special . servicf w^ held ai 
which the \|romen's Chon» 
rendered specistl music through^ 
out the day. M^ M. O. Jacl^on; 
directed the c)torus| and Mrs. E| 
Skonnol was a^ the ^iano. i 

Thfe seven o'clock service aid- 
ed the observation of Women's 
Day With Madime Mary Collier] 
Gospel singer, as guest Hie 
spealkers were: Mrs. Gertie fc 
■Lee j of the i Hamilton AlOJ ' 
Church who gjave a wohderfol^ 
talk Ion "Why -I am Glad That 
I An|i A Wofnanj" and Mrs. 
Leonia OwcnJ of Cornerstone 
Baptip,'^ who s^oke on "The Ad- 
vantage of ^eing' A Woman.'* 
The speakers were capable and; 
they -^ft a feeling of inspirationi 
with fevery woman present . j 

The women of the church are! 
pleasM with the success .of the| 
day's program I and the offeringj 
which totalled $671.36. , 'Therej 
were Icapacity ^udiences at each' 
service. s " 



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AT SPECIAL SCHOOL— .T/S 
Anstfai McCoyi leader of the 
PoatlSwing Band of Fwt 1in»- 
ehaek, ia no# -attendtnc. tlw 
l^edal Sdiooi at Waahtagton 
and t<ee Unlv^lratty, Lexingtan, 
Va. At the sclwol lie is a menh 
her of the enlisted men's 8ee> 
tion studying} spedal aervloe 
and reereati(»i^ aetivlttes. CpL 
McCoy Is frain Los Angeles, i 
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It 14 estimattbd that 22.7% of. 

the t^tal natipnal income, ori 

6 hUlion, was saved in 1943^ 


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little body is tortured and sore f rbm | 
smarting heat rash or diaper rasli, | 
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No. 233028 
:^ EcUte of Alice Lovlck, deceas- 

4» Notice is hereby given by the 
"^Widersigned Executrix of the 
'%aKt Will and Testament of 
Alice Lovick, deceased, to the 
Creditors of, and all persons 
Imvlng claims against the said 
'jjeceased, to present them with 
thft necessary vouchers, within 
six months after the first pub- 
lication of this notice, to the 
said Executrix at the office of 
MMrshall Denton, Jr., 3429 S. 
Central Ave., City of Los An- 
geles 11, County of Los Angeles, 
State of California, which said 
ofHce the undersigned selects as 
^'a place of business in all mat- 
ters connected with S|ald estate, 
or to file them with the neces- 
sajy vouchers, within six months 
■after the first publication of this 
'notice, in the office of the Qerk 
-rfthe Superior Court of the State 
"•r California, in and for the 
County of Los Angeles. 
»D*ted June 26, 1944. 
•^,.1 AMANDA GREEN, Executrix 
rt*. of the L^st Will and Test- 
'. ament of said deceased. 

JWarshall Denton, Jr. 
Attorney at Law 
M2& S. Central Ave. 
-i-OB Angeles 11, California. 
;*Bate« Pub.: June 29, July 6, 13, 
20. 1944. 


mor^CM TO ciBDiToas 


^ (Calif. Eagle— 64056) 

'I NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

■t' , No. 226264 

T 'Estate of William Randolph 
Brown, deceased. Notice Is here- 
by given by thf undersigned ad- 
ministrator of the estate of WU- 
Ham Randolph Brown, deceased, 
to the Creditors of, and all per- 
• »on« having claims against the 
laid deceased, to present them 
with the necessary vouchers, 
within six months after the first 
publication ofthis notice, to the 
said administrator at the office 
of Afue McDowell, 4624 South 
Central avenue, Ci^ of Los An- 

feles. County of Los Angeles, 
tate of California, which said 
office the undersigned selects as 
a place of business in all matters 
connected with said estate, or to 
fUe them with th* necessary 
vouchers, within six months after 
the first publicatioh ofthis notice. 
In the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court of the Stute of 
CaUf omia, in and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 

' Dated June 29, 1944. 

, PRESAVIA E. BROOKS; 

Administrator of the Estate 
' of said deceased. 

Anit McDowell, Atty., 
4624 S. Central Ave., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Dates of pub.: July 6. 13, 20, 
2T, 1944. 


No. 232924 
'Estate of Louisa M. Liester, 
deceased. 

Notice 1» hereby given by the 
undersigned Administratrix of 
the Estate of- Louisa M^ Liester, 
deceased, to the Creditora of, and 
all persons having claims 
against the said deceased, to 
present them with the necessary 
vouchers, within six months aft- 
er the first publication of this 
notice, to the said Administra- 
trix at the office of Clarence A. 
Jones, 129 W. Third St., City of 
Los Angeles, County of Los An- 
geles, State of California, which 
said office the undersigned se- 
lects as a place of business in 
all matters connected with said 
estate, or to file- them with the 
necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, in the office 
of the Clerk of the Superior 
Court of the State of California,, 
in and for the County of Los 
Angeles. 

Dated June 21, 1944. 
MARY J. HICKS, 
Administratrix of the 
Estate of said deceased. 
Clarence A. Jones 
Attorney at Law 
129 W. Third St. 
Los Angeles, California. 


(63975) 

NOnCE 'OF RCAHINa OF 

?ETrnON FOR FlOiATE 

OF WILL 



. No. 233814 

In the Superior Coufi of the 
State of California, in '- and for 
the County of LoSl Angeles.. 

In the Matter of the Estate 
of WALTER WHITTAKER 
JONES, also known as WALTER 
W. JONES, and WALTER JONES, 
Deceased^ 

Notice is hereby given, that the 
petition of ELIZABETH R. JONES 
for the Probate of the Will of 
the above-named .deceased and 
for the issuance of Letters Testa- 
mentary thereon, to Petitioner 
will be heard at 9:30 o'clock A. 
M., on July 18, 1944, at the court 
room of DepartaEpent 24, of the 
Superior . Court of the State of 
California, In and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 

J. 7. MORONEY, County Clerk. 
Dated June 23, 1944. 
David W. Williams 
2510 S. Central Ave. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney for Petitioner. 


63998 
NOTICE TO CREDITOR 


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oBliess and the desirable beauty-aid 
*!^eemplezion improvements that 
-.«Btaick and White ifleacbing Cream 
'''rcaB bring you. 

«,!• Aa eye-opening, hope-awakening 

'.'«eward, which begins in a very few 

^Idays is la store for you — if you 

• •kavB been relying on ordinary 

^|bMUty or aU-purpose creams for 

"vjjour beauty care. Neither you nor 

■■ any other woman can expect such 

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'. oifDWr akin the way Black and White 

*JB>achlwg Cream does. 

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^-- hrifcbU r, Bgfater complexion through 

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(Cfaiaiva to bleaching. Start using 

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No. 233067 
Estate of Emily Walker, de- 
ceased. 

Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned Executor of the 
undersigned Executor of the 
Last Will and Testament of 
Emily Walker deceased, to the 
Creditors of, and all persons hav- 
ing claims against the said de- 
ceased, to present them with the 
necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, to the said 
Executor at the office of David] 
W. Williams, 2510 S. Central Ave.' 
City of Los Angeles, County pt 
Los Angeles, State of California, 
which said office the undersign- 
ed selects as a place of business 
In all matters connected with 
said estate, or to file them with 
the necessary vouchers, within 
six months after the first pub- 
lication of this notice, in the 
office of the Clerk of the Super- 
ior Court of thfr State of Cali- 
fornia, in and for the County 
of Los Angeles. 
Dated June 26, 1944. 

LUTHER W. WILSON, 
Executor of the Last Will 
and Testament of aald 
deceased. 
David W. WUliains 
Attorney at Law i 
2510 S. Central AVe. 
Los Angeles, California 
DateaPub.: Jun* id, July 6, 13, 
20, 1944. 



63990 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 


No. 232567 
Estate of Julia A. Metteer, also 
known as Julia Metteer, de- 
ceased. 

Notice is hereby givbn by the 
undersigned Administrator o f 
the Estate of Julia A. Metteer, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors 
of, and all persons having claims 
against the said deceased, to 
present them with the necessary 
vouchers, within six months aft- 
er the first publication of this 
notice, to the said Admlni*trator 
at the office of David W. Wil- 
liams, 2510 South central Ave., 
City of Los Angeles H, County 
of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
fornia, which said office the un-^ 
dersign^ selects as a place of' 
business in all matters connect- 
ed with said estate, or to file 
them with the necessary vouch- 
ers, within six months after the 
first pablicatlon of this notice, 
in the office of the Qerk of the 
Superior Court of the State of 
California, in and for the County 
of Los Angelec 

WILLIAM 3. METTEER, 
AdministratOT of the Es- 
tate X3t sidd deceased. 
David W, Williams 
Attorney «t Law 
2510 South Central Ave. 
Los Angeles 11, California. 
Dates Pub.: June 39, Ju^ i; 

IS. ao> 1944. 


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I I No. 254038'- I ■ 

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT 0F 
THE STATE OF CALIFC»NIA [N 
AXD FOR THE CGUNTi i OF M» 
ANGELES.' I 

Action brought in meiSuperior 
court <rf tJie Couniy of !pLos A a 
igsles, and Comidaint tiled En 
the Office of the Oerli of tie 
Superior Court of raid <39unty. 

SUMMONS s 

ARTHUR PATTERSON | 

Plaintiff,! 

^ . vs \ 

BESSIE PATTERSON p 

Defendant, f 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STAtB 
OF CAUFORNU SEND [GREEtT 
INGS TO: Bessie Patter^n, BJe 
fehdant. ! 

You are directed to a|ipeai in 
an action brought against y(?u 
by the above named plaintiff in 
the Superior Court of tfie State 
of California, in and ;for thie 
county of Los Angelgsi and .to 
answer the Complaint ■ therein 
within ten days after the service 
on you of this Sunmions, if served 
within the County of Los Angelia^ 
or. within thirty days if served 
elsewhere, and you are notified 
that unless you appear and at>- 
swer as above required, flie 
plaintiff will take Judgment ^r 
any money or damages demanfl- 
ed in the Complaint, as arisii^g 
upon contract, or will apply ^o 
the Court for any other relief d|e- 
manded in the Complaint. I 

Given under my hand and seal 
of the Superior Court of t|^e 
County of Los Angeles, State [bf 
California, this 18th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1944. 

J. F. MORONEY, * 
County Clerk and Clerk 
of the Superior Court of 
the State of California, inl 
and for the County of Los j 
Angeles. '. ■ 

By (Signed) M. Samuels^ Deputy, 
(SEAL SUPERIOR COURT 
LOS ANGELES COUNTY) 
(SEAL) ; 

H. L. Richardson { - 

Attorney for Plaintiff 
4066 So. Central Ave. 
Los Angeles 11, Calif. ; -• • 
ADams 7774. ; ^ 

Dates of Publication: May 11, 

18, 25, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 

July 6, 1944. | \ 




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PJUtEIfT DEUQUENCT \ ; '' ttoa for 


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the h(^e- Good christia^n homes 
usually set examples M?hich«^ 
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A Christian borne, deean't 
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NCinCE TO CREDITORS 


(Calif. Eagle— 64030 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
No. 233169 ■ 

Estate of Sam Robinson, alsjj 
known as Samuel Robinaori, de- 
ceased. Notice is hereby giveh 
by the undersipied Adinistratri^ 
of the Estate of Sam Rpbinson, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors of, 
and all persons havingj clainjs 
against the said deceased, to pre- 
sent them with the necessary 
vouchers, within six montSis after 
the first publication pf this 
notice, to the said Administra- 
trix at the office of David W. 
Williams, 2510 S. Central avenuje. 
City of Los Angeles 11, Couniy 
of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
fornia, which said office the uji- 
dersigned selects as a place of 
business in all inatters connected 
\fith said estate, or to file them 
With the necessary vbucherte, 
within six months after the firjst 
publication of this notice in the 
office of the Clerk of tlje Supe- 
rior Court of the State of Cali- 
fornia, In^nd for the County 6i 
Los AngereS. j - 

Dated June 28, 1944. J 

HELEN FOSTER, [ 
Administratrix of the Estajte 
of said deceascfdf 
David W. Wieuams, Att)f., 

2510 S. Central Ave., .i 

Los Angeles 11, Calif' ? 
Dates of pub.: July 6; 13, 1^0, 
27, 1944. ! 


i No. 232328 j ] 
Estate of Bobbie Lee Wilson, 
also knowji as Bobbie L. Wilson, 
also l^nown as Bobbie Wilson 
and Bj L. Wilson, deceased. 

Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned " Administrator of 
the Estate of Bobbie Lee Wilson, 
etc., deceased, to the Creditors 
of, and all persons having 
claims; against the said de- 
ceased; to present them with the 
necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publica- 
tion of this notice, to the said 
Admiiiistrator at the office of 
fiavidlw. Williams, 2510 South 
Central Ave., City of Los An- 
geles 11, County of Los Angeles, 
State bf California, which said 
office jthe undersigned selects as 
a plaoe of business in all mat- 
ters connected with said estate, 
or to file them with the neces- 
sary vouchers, within six months 
after the first publication of this 
notice, in the office of the Clerk 
of th^ Superior Court of the 
State pf California, in and for 
the CoUnty of Los Ahgeles. 
Dated [June 23, 1944. i * 

L. i G. ROBINSON, [ 
.Administrator of the 
Estate of said deceased. 

David ^W. Williams j i i 

Attorney at Lpw | 

2510 Sbuth CentralAv?. 

Los Angeles 11, Calif. 


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mu^iettl idtdes will be hieard for 
the regularly Thifd Sunday] Mu- 
sio^r at Trinity, Sunday Eve- 
njHy^Juhr 1«> 1944 at 7:36 o'clock: 
"The-Boini <rf-<-David," an or- 
cheitra Vif ttititessional musi<>ians 
will featurel^aisic arrangenbents 
of nHNlern i gospel songs. Iliis 

Thitnd^ St^m,"- featured i^i the 
San N^fO JExposition 1935.! Mr. 
UtCini i flnt attracted attention 
by eoraixMtng his class song in 
high 8«$)OOl at San Diego and 
later his compositions were heard 
in the varl^ shows of San Diego 
State Collide where he Was a 
itudmtj. 

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wei]e formjally connected Iwith 


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(63953 \ » 
MO-nCE OF HEURnrC OF 
PETITION FOR PROBATE 
OF WILL i 


No. 233723 '■ 

In the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and fbr 
the County of Los Angeles 

In the Matter of the Estate 
of RICMARD AKRIDGE, Deceas- 
ed, a 

Notice is hereby given that tl 
petition of Clarence A. Jones 
the Probate of the Will of the 
above-named deceased and ior 
the issuance of Letters Testja- 
mentary thereon to Petitioi^ 
will be heard at 9:30 o'clock A. 
M., on July 18, 1944, at the court 
room of Department 25, of t^e 
Superior Court of the ^State ot 
California, in and for the Counjty 
of Los Angeles. 

J. F. MORONEY, County Clerk. 
' by C. Z. BAKER, Deputy. 

Dated June 22, 1944. 
Martha Malone Willlariis, 
126 W. 3rd St, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Attorney for Petitioner, i 


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 
ENGAGE IN THE SALE O: 
ALCOHOUC BEVERAGESI 
July 6, 1944, 
D^te of Appllcatioi 
To whom It may concern: 

Notice is hereby given that jElf 
teai days after the ab^ve date, 
the undersigned proposes to ^eU 
alcoholic beverages at th^se 
pronises, described as followsj; 
125 West Vernon Ave., Lofe 
Angeles 37, California^ I 

Pursuant to such inteiktion, the 
undersigned is applying to the 
State Board of Equalization ifor 
issuance of an alcoholic beverage 
license (or licenses) for these 
premises as follows: i 

On Sale Beer Onlyi- j 
- Anyone desiring to p^xitest the 
Issuance of such license: (s) n^ay 
file a verified protest with the 
State Board of Equalization at 
Sacramento, California, statng 
grounds for denial as jprovl^ed 
by law. I 

HENDiaiSON B. VpCK^ 
mAl HAROLD P. DANIELS. 


(Calif. Eagle— 64201) 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
* No. 233399 

Estate of £lla M. Smith, de- 
ceased.' Notice is hereby given by 
the undersigned Administrator of 
the Estate of Ella M. Smith, de- 
ceased,; to the Creditors of, and 
all perions having claims against 
the said deceased, to present 
them with the necessary vouch- 
ers, w^hin six months after the 
first piiiblication of this notice, to 
the sa^id Administrator at the 
office (^f David W. Williams, 2510 
South iCehtral Avenue, City of 
Los Angeles, County of Los. An- 
geles, gtate of Cjallfomia, which 
said o|ffice the undersigned se- 
lects a^ a pla<^ of business in all 
matter^ connected with said 
estate,: or' to file them with the 
necessiry vouchers, within ^ix 
months after the first publication 
of this notice, in the office of the 
Clerk lof th% Superior Court of 

e St^te of C:alifomia, in and 
lor th^ County of Los Angeles. 

Datal: July 10, 1944. 
.• WILLIAM E. SMITH, ' 

I Administrator of the 
^Estate of said deceased. 
David w. Willums, Atty., 

25iq S. Central Ave,, | ■ | 

Los^Angeles, Calif. 
Pub.: July 13, 20, 27, Aug. 3, 1944. 


responsibility but the father's as 
welL Parents have a fioek over 
which they are the pastcjr; and, 
for which th6y will lonjie day 
have to give account ^ 

Boys and girls havej every 
right to get started on life-s 
pathway in the ri^ht direction, 
so it behooves parent^jio set 
the proper' example. '• ■ 

E.S. Dear Friend and Advisor: 
Your help in the past hi^ been 
the necessary link in rty life 
and I just want to thank you 
tot everything you hav^ done. 
I am coming to you with 
another problem. Prof. Herman, 
what should I^ do? | i 

Ans. I find Uiot it w«^!d b« 
to your advantage to take this 
college edueotloB that la of- 
fered to Tou. Mo|or In seme 
kind of work -that fvu feel 
■uie you will be able to'de 
and also serre the hamaa 
race. i 

Ques. C:L.B. When \fill he 
com© home? | 

Ans. It appears to njje that 
your soldier boyfriend #111 be 
home soon, but remefnber, that 
his plans for his furlough are 
subject to being changed^sat the 
last minute. j ! 

D.M. Will I find my kejig? 
Ans. Your lucky stars and 
guiding planet Indicate that.you 
may find your keys. I suggest 
that you look in the top; drawer 
of your dresser fo* them. 
E. N. Does he love meil 
Ans. Th* man that tom cob- 
stonlT think of leiras twi, oaid 
he will prove to W onl ideal 
eempaalea for too. Aedndiag 
to TOUT Zodiac, ton tw» will , 
be tegather in th* future, aai 
find th* hoppineis you se 
deiire. 

J. T. Dear Prof. Hermaii: I am 
glad that my friend recornmend- 1 
ed you to me. Since I have been ; 
using the Prayer and Meditation 
Combination, I have foui^d con- 1 
tentment and the peace of mind , 
that I so badly needed. "i I will' 


1 e ai in If org mlxationa of th« 
eou^itiy including; Count Basie's 
band! As their contribution to 
community morale and to relieve 
the stress of war times, they are 
dedicating much of their time 
Ao the -promotion of religious 
mu4ic. . 

T$e ordiestra is being pre- 
sented by the |Choral Ensemble 
Of the Church which recently 
presented "The Ordering of 
Moses" so successfully at the 
People's Indepfnd«iit ChurcA of 
Christ • [ 

Trinity Baptist Qiurrfi is lo- 
cated at West 35th Street and 
Nbrmandie Avenue, theiRev. J. L 
Caston, pastor. 


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pheoie: TVK. 9875. 



tril imy friends about your work. 
Di S. ;Wilt he come back? 
Ana. ,T«^ ieldi*r boy irtond 
ba^ cdt ImentioBS of kooping 
hUi P*^|BUl|e to yeu that he wUl 
letomi ! TOtt should not doubt 
htm blMiia* h* hat proven in 
the poiit tikit h* lev** TOU and 
wotati ito JBorrr you. 
J. R. Willi I marry thiswoman? 
Aits. Aft^ a careful ~3tudy of 
youi' qtiiestibn, I find that mar- 
riage will be the result, of your 
relationship with this, woman 
you I are: corresponding 'with. 
X K. M. Can you help me? 
Ans. 1 suggest that you I con- 
tact the R^d C!ross immediately 
ani they #111 give you .*ftie in- 
' i nation ^ou need in order to 
L* ain the I allotment. 

J. B. G. jWill I receive the 
money? ij ' u 

Ans. Mr PsycHo^Meatalist 
Crystal itadieatos that your 
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MOtlCE OF INTENTION TO 

ENCAGE IN THE SALE OF 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Tp WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; 

Notice is hereby given that fif- 
teen ^ays after the above date, 
the updersigned proposes to sell 
alcoholic be^^erages at these 
prennipes, described as follows: 

2529 S. Central Ave., Log Ange 
les, Ilk 

PJufsuant to such intention, 
the undersigned is applying to 
the ^te Board of Equalization 
for issuance of an alcoholic bev- 
eragei license (or licenses) fre 
these premises as follows: ; 
On Sale Beer Only. | .{//,' 
Anyone desiring to protest tht 
issufciice of such license may file 
a verified protest with ,the State 
Board! of Equalization at Sacra- 
mentd, California, stating 
grounds for denial as provided 
by la>v. 

FRED LEE COLLIER 



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•Hjera Station, Los Angeles 43, 
Calif. Answers to your letters 
sent In plain sealed letter. 


NXTBSERT 


CARE OF CHILD— Want to care 
lor little girl in private home 
with pleasant surroundings. 
820 E. 25th St. RI. 0662. 


CARE OF CHILDREN— Will take 
care of small children by day 
or week in my home. LU 1987. 


MALE' HELP WANTED 

JANITOB, nlglitfl, oTflce build- 
ing. Steady work. 6425 Holly- 
wood Blvd. Boom 206. Phone 
HO. S531, Ext, 11. 


BUSINESS OPPOBTUmTIES 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNiry — 
Wanted. Man as business part- 
ner. Real Estate. Call Mrs. 
Lenore Murphy, RO. 2341. 


LAUNDST BUSINESS FOB SXLE 

CHOICE location. Income $100 
per week. Call Mr. Bussey, DR. 
4709. 


TRANSPOHTATION 


CAR GOING EAST— Going East 
via Chicago to Washington. 
Will carry passengers. For in- 
formation write to Box Z, Cali- 
fornia Eagle, 4075 So. Central 
Ave., L. A. 11. 


MISCELLANEOUS 


REPAIRING DONE — Washing 
machines repaired. Prompt 
service. CE. 22831. 


MALE HELT WANTED 


HELP WAI^TED— "Colored Por- 
ter, age 25-35. High school grad- 
uate. To work in Passenger 
Department Sixtl\, & Olive, $100 
a mMith to start, 48 hours a 
week. Permanent with i)ost- 
war future. Apply UNITED 
AIR LINES, 501 W. 6th St. 


HELP WANTED, MALE— Man 
or boy for gas station. Part 
time, evenings and Sundays. 
Exper. unnecessary. MA. 3193. 


FEMALE EEL? WANTED 


HELP WANTED— Christian 
woman to care for chUdren. 
Home nights. 1605 E. 22nd St. 
RI. 3428. 


FOR SALE— SUver Fox cape, a 
beauty. Cost $200. Sacrifice $50. 
■ CaU AN. 13581. 


FOR SALE— 9-rm. house. Comp. 

furnished, including Irigidaire 

and piano. $8000. ' 

Florence Reld 

Licensed^leal Estatl^ Broker 

PA. 5595 


FOR SALE— 5-rm. house, by pri- 
vate ovnier. Unrestricted area. 
$5500. Venetian bltads. Hdw. 
floors. AD. 5456. Call only If 
Interested. 


FOR SALE — ^Three houses on one 
lot. One 7-rm. house ready to 
move in. $8000, $2500 down. 
Located, at lOQ.7-1009-1009% E. 
27th St. Phone PA.1095. 


AttentioB Ladi«$ 

Plenty work at the Lsdie;' 
Emptoyment Aid Aaaociation 

Part or Fall Time 

Can AD. 1S244 or AD. 9305 or 

come to 3226 S. Central Ave. 


1 KITCHEN GIRLS 
HKF Wi»<TED 
ISO Ml4 tsa per week. 
Qevaior Operators, Boa Girls, 
ApL VMM, Cooks to stay on 
puae, tlSS i« |1M per month. 
KtfiUr Bn|loymeiit Agency 


JANITORS, 
JANITRESSES 

Apply Personally 

Bet 8 md 10 A. H. 

i Room 'fOOO> 
IM W<csi 6fh Street 
PAC. SOUTHWEST 
REALTY COMPANY 


[WANTED 
PORTERS AND 
POTWflSHERS 

Szp^vience Unnecessary 

TOP SRLRRT 

Eaaendal Industry 

Apply: 2i7 N. Figueroa 

or 
19^ Empire, Burbank 


ROOMS FOR RENT 


FOR RENT— Two nicely fur- 
nished rooms on West Side nr. 
"W" and "A" carlines. No chil- 
dren. R0.925L 


NICELY furnished room for cou- 
ple or two men, with cooking 
privileges. 1589 E. 46th Street. 


LARGE, beautiful room for cou- 
ple or two fine ladies. Phone 
PA. 9375. 


ROOM for rent with twin beds, 
to men only. No other need ap- 
ply. Nice quiet home. Call after 
4:30 p.m. CE. 25815. 


NICE room an^ board for two 
men only, or room only. 5321^ 
Compton Avenue. 


WANTED TO RENT 


WANTED TO RENT— Furnished- 

. or unfurnished apt. Nice loca-;: 

tion. Reward $25.' CE. 28183.' 


Male and Female Help Wontett 


HELP WANTED — Partner for 
beauty shop wanted. Must know 
how to manage. Write N. B.- 
Robinson, 374 No. Savannah St. 


WANTED TO RENT— Furnished 
house or apartment wanted. 
$30 reward. Phone ADams 0284 
after 6:00 p.m. 


EMPLOYMENT 

We will famish living 
quarters and pay top 
wage* for tmckdriyer», 
helpers nod rough car- 

2712 COMPTON 
AVENUE 



ARTHRITIS 
RHEUMATISM 

Treated by a proven nerve, 
muscle, and circulatory re- 
building: method. One treat* 
ment is convincing. 

Dr. R. P. Williams, D. C. 

1807 So. CcRfral Av«. 
Plieiw PR. 5836 

REE CONSULTATION 



WE DELTVEB 
DAY AND NITE 

LOCAL AND 

LONGDISTANCE 

EXPRESS & BAGGAGE 

■■ogtg* chtekcd *t your doer 

CALL 

ADams 11000 (0»y) 

ADama 7^45 (Kite) 

i. TRANSFER CO. 


\C6r. 53rd A Central 1100 E. S3rd St 
(Vtar* of Experltnca) 


'K."K^ 



WANTED 


Bectrici^ns and Helpers 


■if 


4/'- 

Good Pay— Pleasant Work 

^ inUsitft fveniitf < 'Aiikr S P. M,—LA, 3183 

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IN ALL i»:partments 
WITH OR WTTHOCT EXPERIENCZ: 

Sewing Machine Operators, Prcssers, 
Folders, Markers, Etc. 

j:Upply mtOnce 

CflUFOBNIfi 
OVEBflU GLEBNING CO. 

959 East 31st or lOeO Eut 29Ui 




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f6r SAIJS-^tesidenttal income, 
Inun. Possess. 3 unit, separate 
5 mi. house and) 8 rm. double. 
&ccel. icond. East 35th St, near 
kain- $6500. Terjns. PL. 25UL 

rks PERFECT CHtCKEN RANCH 
'I — Mod, 4-room house; vacant 
brood^ and bakeries; 500 ca- 
^cltyj wire cagfs for chickens 
and rabbHs; out -houses for 
other i»urposes; jot, 100x200 ft. 
Full price. $4,200. $1,000 down. 
$40 per month. 1928 East 120th 
Street,! AD US5^AD 0848. 
4- 


LOT 50 jby 210 feet Full price. 
$750 cjash. AD ljl55a— AD 0848. 


FOR SAiEr-Key West sweet po- 
tato plants. TU,t6564. 


READY TO WEAR 


FINE COSMETICS 


UNIVERSITY l|RESSS 

5267 South <erilral Av 
DEWEY D. DAVIDSON, Prop, f 



Ivenue 


Los Angeles, CaliF. 


ROOFING teJSir 

No down payment inquired. Pay by itionth. 

Experienced — Reliid>le— Best Materials 

and I VorkmanshiU 

Southwestern Roofing and 
Asbestos Products C!o. 

Phone RO. 3516—8:30 td 11 a.m. 


PAY ROU CHECKS CASHED 


At 


A MODERATE BflTX 

6804 SO. CENTRAL AVE. 

t 

OppotU* Goodyear Tire Matn Entrmee 
Open from 6 A. H. to 12 P.Ml 


BOUUN AND P 

4614 So. Cciitiral Ave | | 

PUBUC AcdofJNT 


^ 


Inslallaiion and maintenance of Ibeoklcceping systems 
Sales Tax ' Balance Sheeti; Audits 

Social Security Tax, Payroll Reports, Financia 
Income Tax State Com|»ensatier{ 


'ATlJ 


CE. 2-1579 
TS 


Statements 
Tax 


TRANSPARENT DEnVaL PLATES 


ABB KA8T 
ABBAM6K 


TO HATE IT TdP 
TO DEAL WITH 


Maaufa^tidns [Dental 


1. 1 


Old Plates 
Transparent 
Per Cent 


RCBUliT in New 
Material at , 50 
SAVING I 


QUICK PLATE REPAIRS] 

LOOK BETTER! FEEL BETtEB! — NO MONET DOTVNI 

With the new transparent Dent|d Plate^ and Ne* Transluscent 
teeth that you can arrange to finrdiascj at our low Laboratory 
Prices. This Is not a Rental Oifice but i Manoftrtuiini; Dental 
Laboratory. \ ^^,. ■- v^'- hf _. -e- 

lintmctu-Al). 93f 5 


2510 


Piwiic NoY for Api 

A. T. PI^TRICK 1 

itral ATeaue . ; ^ k2nd tldor B{|< 


lodfeH Bldf. 


House of Bargains in RecUdtniid 
Btulding Materials 

QUALITY— SAflSFACTldN 


3"x4"-4' 


bougbsf Fir, 
Pougtat Fir, 


4"x4"-4' Douglas 
4"x6"-4' Douglit 

2 Carioad Re RMiwoei 

J . .. — 

, ; 10"xir Iwv iMths. \ifMlt 
\ 100 bewd fM* $4.S0. 

SO Rons W«b iMtiiif 14** Up 
siMi'LiM Shaft laM' HaijaK 
j B«e«rie WaR and CdHiii Pbtem 

WHitiNG WRECklNG led 

Everything in Reclaim fd Building 
22M 1^ VanlM A 


1241 


:,a; 


CHILD CARE 

Will tdce care ot. a mall 
ehiMren.bj^ wedk or day ia| 
my home. Call LUcas 95I2ij 




RARCLAY INDiVmUAUY ; 

"6b$igned corsets 

Smartform Foundations 
Surgical and Maternity Brftsj 

Mrs. WUlie C. Blade j 
1560 E. 46th St. AB. 9*25 


MAVE YOU A PtOILEM? 

vDo you fail to get along, with 
•wecthcarti? Do you liave troubl* 
with your family or children? Are 
you unhappy? Let our staff of col- 
leg* graduate* who are experienced 
piycholbgiett help yoii. at they 
have other*. Write your problem in 
detail. Send one dollar wHh your 
question to Problem Clinic, P. O. 
Box .1624, San prancisco, 1, Calif; 


AYcra^e Size 

WAU PAPER 

■ 98c' -I 

FELT BASE FLOOR ^Aj* 
COVEBINGS... Td. -d^W 

ARTISAN PRODUCTS I 
wo San FedA, Cor. of Stii 1 


unKmt 

Ba yon yna/k ■ wife, InalMal' 

j|: :■ or a wc e *l M!>rt; ./ 
' iX'- Write iUttfa^CbA 
. Box 264 (BD«lf«» Cteoq^) 

v^.jj..- PaaoBoMe«,^3a«)fc, " 


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REMODELING 

Cdmfrfelel 

Rolbm 8d£ti9ns[ ro6flnk paint- 
ing, .inside and out We spe- 
cialize in home insulation. 
Makes your home taucti cooler 
in summer and saves 130%, on 
your fuel in winter. Nothing 
down and 36 months! to pay. 
Payments as low as ffi.75 per 
mcptfa. ' ' ' I |i ^ ' 

' ! w. mJ Bfrib ' ' 

Home MRint|i|aii€e 

I Phone aro. iin ■ 
oioiet, at 616 So. lUadway 


Tlie CaHMila Eagjfc llwnSlRV, Jily 13. 1f44.^ — 17 


DR. KAUFMAN 

PerMoally-HM Hour Ser4lee 
NHe Odid^pedally) TA. «SU 
ni^ intnait^ if yoa don't leel 
wtS^ m doctor wtn be at ytmr 
iMMne In SO mfamtes. Any time 
italmg Bight at day. Gaa tiw 
Ooetar bow. VA* WU^ . 


NOW OPEN 

Fbr Enervations CaD 

L , MU. 9562 

FURNISHED BOOMS FOB 
WORKING PEOPLE 

New Nevada Hotel 

By Day or Week 
; 30 Qean Rooms 
V. S. Servicemen Welcome 

Major Bowles, Manager 
118 So. Gurey St., Los Angeles 



Reasonable Rates 

Heniy Lewis Hot$i 

Hot and Cold Water 
In All Booms 

Simmons Beds and 
Innerspring Mattresses 

Annie Lewis, Manager 
Phone MA. 5744 

527 San Julian St. 
Los Aiigeles, CaUf. 


, BRIDGE CLUB 
INVITES* PUBLIC 
TO PLAYS 

Hie pablio is invited to atteiii 
the plays of the Golden Wi 
Bridge tSlnb in the cUib 
at 1054 E. 54th Street, evei 
Tuesday, Friday and Smidaj* 
evening at 8:30, it waa an< 
nonnced today. 

Tuesday is l>eginners' nlgfat; 
Friday Is "Challenge Night," 
and Sundays are reserved for 
advanced players. Prizes are 
given away to winners for the 
evening.. . 


MONEY 

WA. 3218. I win pay up tj 
$10,000 cash for your h<HAei 
Sell it to me. I use 5 tele-j 
phones; this ia the main 
phone: WE. 8975. \- 


K<M«d«lb« ' 

PfM- BsinHMS| 
Cash m Uimt^ 

i Golden 5Mi« 
j Upholsivni^ i| 

BI^ S. Iraadway i A^i I 


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|)LLIE I. I^ING 

Xcal Estate li^to, 
- Notary PkiUie 
Sales, RaiBtab, Lmm. 



BARGAINS 

1^ rm. frame,"' lot [75x150, 
^rgi chielien lyard, fruit 
trees, ^c. ItlMOIdown. . | 

i rm. franie,'Iot 40x135— 
13500.00— f^OOO dpv^ 

ta So. Los Angdea jcWafto) 
jCor) 115th and Grabe S(ls. 
I Phone KL 4084 


s 


Money to Loan 


REAL ESTATE 

MONfY CASH TODlAY 

$900 to $1,000— Cash as low w 
4H%. Will loan on cqnitia^ 
.deeds, contracts, or anything pig" 
talning to real citate. WE. WS, 
WE. 7607, W'A, 2218. 


sm Ik FAIR QUESTION 

HOW »4bCH FORNmiRE WILL $4^ BIJY? 

WeQ, seej^re, Just suMKwe you slionid put $64S0 in a fire 
Insurance i poller, and that too, this policy is good for $L00$ 
in real money^lt ymi shdald have a fire and also it would ran 
in full foree tor tkree lotig years. If you have a Are In that 
time, yon would collect $1,000. And too. If yon stiouid p^ 
$1S.00 to me, you then could collect $2,000— in good liard man 
—money lio replace the furniture, drapeaies, -floor covering! 
and oilier ImnucIkM good— all brand new and still be out of 
debt. This is idsely placing your war money. Boy this Insiir* 
anoe and Imy Wi» Bonds. 

Give This Some Thought, "My Good Friends 
Tea— I insure homes too, at the same rate. You cant bat 
jj agree with me! Then, Call Me ^ , 

"• i' -'''j I ¥OUB TBUE FBIEND " ". '^ , 

1^ ^LTER L GORDON- 

ADams 31f|| ;■: :^: ^ ]. .. ' . 4M5 Seath Ccatral At* 


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RNITUR 


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PI^NG 


CONSTRUCTION 


ttl 


"Stop 

Needless 

Sofferii^" 

BACKACHE 

and 

JOJNT 
PAINS 

Are successfully treated Iq' 
oar modern scientific metiiods 

COMPLETE 

1^ CHIROPRACTIC 

I SERVICE 

In many cases wondofuf ref 
suits are obtained after the 
first treatoient 

I i Foot Disabuses 

J _ I : Corrected 

\ Reducing Baths 

Iralte off inches and 20 to 44^ 
pounds safely and quioldy. 
C«Hne in now. 

I €£.2-7621 

Arj Frank G.Zefar,D.C 

'I Lady Atteadat 

1 4803 So. Central Ave. 
1 Hoars: 10 to 7 P. M. 


Inion Pacific^Wanti 

I 2nd, Srd md 

I COOKS-^ 

MSHWASmS 
and WW 

for Dining Car$ 

UNION PACIFIC rJb.CO. 

Aipply 619 E. 8tlt StI 

(8th & San Pe£«X | 

or 

UNION PAdmC 

COMMISSARV 

39^1 E. WasIiingtoiL B^d. 

j Hospitalization iiild 
I AU RailroadN 
I Seniority Rigliia^ 

Availability Certificite and 
Physical Exam. Ri|qui^d | 


j LIVING ROOM SETS 

SIm Finest Stocit We iiave Ever Had. 
BUqy Otiier Fine Itons. 

NEW^-N|IARLY NEW~USID 
XEBSCS MEAT BE HAD 

Mdos Storas« Co. , ^ 
FURNITURE SALES PEPT. 

^OR. CRENSHAW 




luy and Soil Guns and Rifles 

|t|if«rt SdMtioii AvaihM* ; 


On AH Collateral 


.!• JEWEIST 

• B^OS 

• LDGGAGS 

• TOOLS 

• CABfEBAS 

• DIAMONDS 


• SHOT 6rNB '■ i ■ ' 

• BIFLES 

• SEWING MACanNlS 

• HL ECTBI C MOTORS 

• CLOTHING 

• SPORTING GO ODS. Hie. 

• TXFEWBITEBS 


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(Wa Specialise in Watph Repairing. 48 Hr. Sendee.) 

CRQiy^jLOAN CO. 

1»|^St1 FIFTH STREET 

! I jVoiir F ricJdi o u r leferesce 
i j ]Drep Ib e^ call MA. 3B82 : 

" OCCUPY THREE FLO ORS ; 

EMPLOY COLORED HELP 

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lepises to 


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HdUJSEUil 


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(oi|r Friends or I ifulody . 

DisnuaKMt ! j" 
m^ l^flpfi Payment 


rw» U your ehm^ tt oin « hamaanA han an income the balanea of your Ufe. 
We aUo buy praj^H:^, trust deeds, m^it^es, or aching pertmning to Real Estmt0 

Call Now-fHite or pay—WAl 2218 or W|. 8975 


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BORROWi AS L0W A8i$I§9$^PAY BACK $1S MOWTB 

MONET fTODAT-MO KBD TAnS 

i% MONEY n Loan 


AND 
WA.^1 


N 1 ikiy Berpicem 

I'J^vmte ift^d Company t^tOi^ 
||/ >4oney Adxaiieed Same Day 

A» BMGB AS $& 


BBMOW 


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WE 8975 


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EARL W. TODDY 

REAL ESTATE 
4«24 S. Central CE. 2W75 

1 Stare on Central Ave. 25x59 
ft. l-*rm. »pt. 1— S-rm. apt. 
1 — 3-niV bouae. 1 — 5-rm. house. 
Good boatness location. Two 
(ftueeo bafMlnff on E. 37th St. 
1— 6-rin. frame house newly 
rdndlt; vacant, ready to be 
occapied. Call quick. 


F^R SALE 

.VACANT 


COAA Down buys lovely 8- 
▼ «wW rm. house, with 8 ga- 
races, at S50 E. 33rd St. WA. 
W27. 

CAiMI Down bwys 8 room 
▼TW hoose, consisting of 
one 4 rm., one 3 rm. and one 
single apartment at 9226 aZ- 
mora Ave. near 92nd St. WA. 


ria 


>^FQR SALE— 

i— 8 room stucco, modem 
tbrouglMNit; comer lot, $1000 
down. 

1—10 room duplex; 5 rooms 
>Bah tide, wltli 2 bedrooms, 
ISOO down. 


X house* — 5 rooms and 4 rms., 
% gara ges, west of Main St., 
$7259--terms. 

,i— T room 2 story house— 
^hardwood floors, west of Cen- 
tral Ave. 4 bedrooms. $6000.00, 

A. H. WILSON 


K Jeff. 


AJ>. 12061 


WAKTED TO BUY 

TRUST DEEDS 

$50 Frw lenK, e* my 
Trart Dtcd we tey. $10/M0 
CJHh. b wiMt I luT* to bm 
1i« «d UA TiMt DMds, Ml 
p«ic« paid for smatt An*, d- 
M ajpvcncns fof MWa WA« 
2211. WE. tMT. WE. 8975. 


FOB SfiLE 

nCM. POSSESS. Jl re<d heme. 
3 hwd r oe m stueeo. modern, 
aaor sdMol, market and ear- 
Ubm. 3 9orogM. Reor, 1-4 
room fcoma hoiMo sMttad. 2 
room frecme. unoecupfod. Lot 
50x200. AU fenced. i?rie«, 
19.0004)0. Teima. Owaar: 9605 
Bolsws Atmum. 


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Walter I. Gordon Co. 
Mountain Home" 

Two Story Stucco and 
Frame 4 Rms. Tile Bath 
and Kitchen, built-in Ga- 
rage. 
Nice Lawn, Fruit Trees 
"Look at the City far 
>elow." 
SSdOO.OO. $1500 down 
Ask for Nat Jones, 
Salesman, 
AD. 3193 or CE. 26364 

"Believe it or nor 

7 Rm. Bung. Mod. bath and 
tile kitchen. Two story factory 
bidg. on rear of lot fully 
equipped with machinery for' 
cabinet or wood worlc Double 
garage- 
Price $6000.00. $3000. 
'will handle. 

JfAT JONES, Salesman 
AD. 3193 or CE. 26364 


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i,$1500 DN. 5 rms., completely furnidied, en Ex- 
ploit, west of Western. $5000 fuH pHce. 

$850 DN. 5 rms. with store in front for dress 
sheppc, beauty parlor, or smaN church. Near 
40th and Central. 

'■■ ' • "■"''> 

$1750 DN. FuH price $6250. 4 family Hat on 
beautiful comer. Trinity and Santa Baibara. 


h. 


Inconfe $82.50. 


MRS. BflBTLETT 


Rl. 7556 


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FOR SALE 


t ROOM HOUSE— 3 FLOOR FURNACES, LIVING 
/ ROOM & DINING ROOM ENTERIOH, STUCCO- 
WEST OF MAIN. 

,i- *■ - \ 

':! HOUSES ON LOT— 7 FRONT, 4 REAR — NEAR 

-^BROADWAY— $6800.00. ! / ' 

■% * u ■ 

S ROOM HOUSE — HARDWOOD THROUGHOUT — 
INTERIOR STUCCO— $4500.00 — $2000.00 DN. 
5 ROOM HOUSE— LARGE, CHICKEN YARlV-$3650 
' —^1250 DN. 

4 ROOM DOUBLE— NEAR BROADWAV. 

B,00M HOUSE-^WEST SIDE— $625d. ' 

' CHOICE LOT— 55x150— FINE LOCATION. 

VICTOR PIERSON 

LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER 

ADanu 15S98 • 261 East' 50th St. • Res.JAOams 7882 
Los Angeles, California ! 


TF^^p^nrrTl^ J 


LOANS 


INSURANCE 


eLant* Booms, hdw. floors. $5500. $3000 down. 

• Boom Hmne, 2 baths. 2901 So. Bayarand. Shown hr' I 

appointment. $12,500. 
,.Fl8t StooQO BnlWIng, 5 rooms each. $13,000. 
" Vqan Vranw-Diq^iaz. Forniabed. $$500. $2500 down. 
Boom and t Boom over 8 car garata>^1nt ^oor, ma^ 
hocanr woodwork; 6 baths, wiUi eztr^lot, MzlSS. Ono 
«( the moat beanttftal homes in Lm Anc^ea. |2S,S0S.^ 
— ^Also — '■ "!, "^ . - i 

$i50«L Terms. 7 Boom Home on E. 43nd Stoeet. Cant last 

P. R. SMALLWOOSi ^ i^ 

125f Wtst aSlh S«rttt PAifcWay 7t50 

LICENSED BEAL ESTATE BBOKEB 


•■iff 


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I- I- 


$•00 DO>Vlk->S tooffll 
Central. Has roonitfer 
Alto Urg* brick jara 
SISOO DO^^TN— 4 fa 

Barbara and Trinity. H 

$1*50 DOVirN— Hem 

i VACANT SOON. And 

i on East 33rd near Trini 

I ! MRS. B 


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ress ^hep, 

m reir. 

ly Halt on eojtncr 
irdwood Hoers, 


40th Plac*,. rttcar 
parlor rJn front. 


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basicity 



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of East Santa 
jatc. \ 
and Incienic. 4! room house. 
5Q in :om« fren- 3 addrtienal uaitt' 


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HOUSE OF BARGAINS IN 
I BUILMNG H^TERIAI 


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QUALITY 


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REOAIMED 


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NIW 

2' X S' Platltr Beare, sqaiirt fe«t4..»i....... 

Fanner Nails, fahraaix^, ponmd. 
Drop Leaf KHchca Tanks, uek. 
14" CaUnats. 4 llraw^s, «aJh......„. 

RIECLAiMED 

4x4 '•—9 ft.' R<dw40a rotts, aaci|...n~..u....ft......«i...35c 

Laiy* Marbk Slabs, ^^jaai* feet.....^i...4.». 


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indncrater Oil Drums, SO jal 

Clothes Una Pdetr p4''—— - 

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WHiTINGlWRlECKINGta 


2260 E. YEWHON A\ 


PhoMJ:' JEffanea-'S^I 


Lot Atistlit 





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"TlSwt MISS THIS lUY§«i 

WHAT AM I BHl! ON BfY $1650.00 EQUITY IN THIS 
MODERN FOUR ROOM DOUBI£ HOUSE. VALUE 
$48S0.00. A PEltFECT HOME AND INCOM£L SEE 
1625^1«27 EAST 46Tk StjtUEET. , Sl^MlT YOUR 

OFFi^:Tp'MYA<aawv''" 'I ■ rv-ifii, ■ f .^'"1 ' 

KiNKjETH E. I^LLACi |g^^ 

i5408 S. CENTRJIL AlpE. [AlWnns 9313 




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Ilbensed 


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iTEBinpi 

bripo$a AVciijii p f 

Homes -AmaabilB jn The Wihhiia plistrik 
b^f Ciympic Blvd. and\ r-^ 

m.|S<wt-. memtmdo ■ Fcrflcj I ■\ -' 

PHONI:: IdREXeI 6060 


tCfllNS 


2 HoUsWs ^'*^^°- ^^? ^ ""^ fi^t, % bedrooms. Veryi 
* nouses, igjgjy^ yery Wne gtreeti B. 47th Hac^ 1 bik.; 


east of Main Street. Occupy ta 90 days. 
Price i..^.- l'... 


f^OOOlDown ""te*^* 


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4 Uni^ ^ 


One 7 rni 
bedrm. 
nished. Clean property, 
bath. E. S3rd St., 1 blk east 
Price i. 


l^edrm. unfurnished. One. % inu,: 

furaiahed; Two 4 rm., 2 bedrin. far>l 

VenelHan bUhdK tile In Utdien and' 

(Ml^'valon. \^., Sfi^Rft" 


$2000 jDoNvn 


above— « no 


k Units ^ story brtck, 

4 gara«:es to paved, alley. Bidding: 
Income low. $192.50 monfii. A 
pay ntilltiea.- 3 Apts. famished, 
pointment only. On Msdn St., 
near 4Tth St. - Accept tim* 


fc 


iSTSOi 


A^iolntment 
Iqnly 


lar8:e stores. Tenant 18 years. 

8 bedroOm; three 1 bedroom. 

r and[ Gondlflon beautiful. 

ruture^for colored O. K. T«iants 

■--' /Full price $16,500.00 Ap. 

?^i^3950 


Shown By\ ^Appohafnet\t Only 


DOWN 


MR. maw 


ROOM 421 


522S WILSHIRE ILVDi 

Los Aasal^s 34, Cafefi 
PHONE YORK 341$ — WEBSTER 4191 


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CANHADY REALTY COMPANY 


U-n) W. JTetffl 


t-Ph«me 


bUe 4100 


Twelve Botnu Hoose— all kinds of inooitie possibilitiefl. Beau- 
tiful location. $8750.00— $2750j00 down...2Sl9 Kenwood Avenue. 
(1 block ctet «t ironi^aatte.) 


spedal f I 


»x Bbom H( 

prbof. sidlncr. In beat of o^nditimi. 

$7400.00— $9000.00 down.^0 pUid A' 


1, btdndini: new flre> 
possessioB. 



Hot^— cmitalni 26 hotd rooms; 8 two-nioai a|Nirtment>; two 
stores (m ground floor,.r|ogetfia- and tnistaided wHli an apart- 
ment building indiiding 3 sl«»es on gtoiiind floor and four 
apwrtanenta on tte seocmd fkmr. I^ocated! ini tlM best sectkm of 
flie Eaatside. IMInltely m soo^d InvesiraiMit. $35,000J)0. Terms 
can be arranged. 

8 Boom House— two stwiesl four bedroom. This house Is 
empty. Located on DaMdn AvOnue northioCjJdferson. $7000.00; 
— 12500.00 down. -\ ^ 


On Seotmd Avenue— two! 
bouse In good ctrnffiUob, 
$2500.00 down. 



od a lot' Albugo two4iedzoam< 
a threofoOm house in rear..- 


Two Modem Stoooo Pour ! FamBy Bl afa ( M e, hardwood, 
refrigeiattoBu One unit has ftNir SOiedrObnii afartments. Thia 
VtoffK^tv is located te • very! dsaimMo^neigUbatteod, wMiin 
waMng dtstance of d owntown Loa Angel^ ^ 


West $7fh 
With a fiva-roam 



Four Bedroom' 
four hirge lots. Ilidt ItMi; 
- baths. $4500iOO down. ' 


In tbje fineat district. Has 
-"-' IbPMfi^unk', turn fan 


Sir S-raan valla S 
in nar. beome ^ovfTliSlMt^ 


Foot Bo<K»r"Hoaa e laki i e liit; hardwood 
$1300.00 down/USSW.MfMM a Blvd: f ~ 


Four Boom Stucoo-SniiUI k>(. Wcot S7«it Piaoe. $ISM.$0— 


$$09 down. 




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.«i/|Ea8t4lft9tree* 'i';^; .-^ - 
fUoee ADanur ISMO- -^t '^^ a :. . 


Brofcv 

Ut Aagelaa, ^aMt. 
18 TeaniB Loa Aagaien 


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2^ RM. H<]>USES on a lot, 209 MisfioB Rd., $3000 
; VHli $1000 down. 


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$750 Dn.— East jlOtth 

$1000 Dn.— .5/5; mts. 

$1000 Dn.1-6/6 mps. 

$1250 Dn 6/6 nus. 

$1500 Dn. — 7/7.1 rms. Duplex 

N. E. Cor. Bellevue & Edgeware.,< 
1285 & 1287 BeUfeviie. ! 
600 to 714 Edgeware. 

132-134 East 361th St.-U4/4 rms. DuplW pic;ap, 

1042-1048 W. Wasliington— ^0 rms. 

928 Towne Ave.^-Full Pr. $2750. 5 rmil 


iOiBEllCE ENN15 


JVb^uy Public 
205 East Vernon Atenike 


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RM. HOUI% oe lot, 21!$ Bfisdon Kd., 
$3000 with $1000 down. 

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»U| RM. UNITS, 1042 Dewey St, ineome $81.50 Mo., 
i $1S00 Dc^wn. ♦■ . rJ; iu 


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atOCCO DUPLEX, modem, 4 Rms, each, 4-Rm. Remr, 

yi in good (»ndition, 41st & Gteipton, $1800 Dn. 

VACANT LOT, comer of Wadswrth Ave^ Blodge« 

Trae^ $800 Cask. ' 

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4IRM. & 3.RM. DOUBLE HOUSE, 39lli & Wd|, vf. 
cant, $2500 down. i . I =) 


f :!i '^"^ i • ' -'■ ' 

M-RM, ROOMING HOUSE, tine, income, priced for 
T quick sale only, 8th & Towne Ave., $2000 dowii« 


FRAME DOObIJE, containing 7 rooms and frame don- 
ikle containing 6 rms. on one lot, 40x153, buUdings 

ian be converted into rooming house. Right down 
>wa, 9th & San JuUan St., only $4900 Cash or 
2900 dit. 



RD CHERNDON 

Licensed Broker 

00» bat 41st Street 
lios Angeles 11, CaUfonli^ • ^ 


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Tak^e$ De^dJ Balance Motnthly, 
Bt^yti Tiii$ Beailtifu' 


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Completeiy rnnlshedj and 5 fooni 
on lot 62ilby 

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In rear, 
feet deapi Iflai^wo^ 
tlvoufhoifi 


716 to|7p||tt(-^niiifl^ 

Go out and j$ee i>r!b)>erty^ — ^fhei^ cailowner 



11191 



And See a Sw« 
8 Room House 

I nSea Deed. Bal. MontUy. See this thenilBS AJiK'fOnt 

4768 Sq. CENTRAL AIVI. 

r-also hare 100 Bargains In Beail Estate up iiiy aleeik i^iiefa 
J wfil dim ontio yon when yon come in and, see me. | { >f i 

I Need. (Z) dood Saietmts^'-^iggett Comnuifkolu 

AOams 9^'/- ' ^:|;/i" -HcALL^NOW! 


TEN 


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SEIZING 



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Ba Agreeable. U your voice te dIsag i ec aM e and yaur 
manner of speech indistinct,, sec specialists, and remem- 
ber, I like to be sunny, but I don't want to get freddes. 

Know your goods. And «iien yon tdl me anything, talk 
phdnly. Most salesmen bu^ Imaginatkm. Tbtif caaaot 
concave of flie extent of my ignorance. I, 

^ Don't Ar^e. Whoi yon argne with a man, yon are trjrtag 
to push iiim. He may be weak and pr e ta ad WiULtm 
: -vinoed. Overnight he will diange. - ' /'' L | 

.Make It ^laln. Get a graap on the fellow.wltfa whom you 
are talking. Do not get ont that little book that will only 
puzzle hloi. Answer his questions witiioat kMtkfair at year 
books, charfa and tables. 

Teti the truth. By tiie law of avnage, honesty givea the 
greatest profita. If yon are working tor a ooneehi 
you cannot tell tiie truth, quit and go elsewhere. 

Be dependable. If yon teD a man yon are iioiag to 
ittdng, do ^ If it costa a leg. '7 f 1 ; 

B«nembc|r names and faces. Doiit eall rmI Onaa 
my muhe Is Crane. I am sensitive about my name. Don't 
call me Miatw If my tifle la Opctor. Dont o^I me OokiaU, 
Major. I ' ' 

jioB^ be egotisliei^ I am. Toe must not 
Mf. Ton ewne to-sdl me something, not 
lm^esBi<^. Magnify my ego, not yours. 

ndnk at^cceu. Badiate prolsperlfy. Do not meattotr 
ddainltiei, dirges, operations, funerals. Be ai^K^nyeiiB^— 
without howev^, being a bore. 

Be hninai^ If Uie c<mipany merdy wanted to •"■■— iilnft*f 
informati^a^^'they woa|d use a ca ta l og ; a oi yon. 


Doa't Aow 
{make a read 


10. 


/$PECiAE. OFfBH 

I. ■ '' ' ; ^ 

F(9R SAi^E-i-At a special offer to the quick thinldng 
.|)er»qn— lO-roOm, ;24ior7 stueeo house at 2001 

W^est Adams. Price and terms— RIGHT. 

•",_!"- - ■ , i, _ 

Abo 8 roonuj and 5 rooms in the rear at 3641 Sectmd 
Avenue. Look at these add- please eoine with your 
scheck bo4^ ready to do business as yon well iau>w 
that opportunity gmerally imoelu once and here It 
iiA. inquire of A. A. Gittens, West Side Redl Eatdte 
bealer, 1^ Weil Jefferson. Phone PA. 1516 or 


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FOR SALE 

SPBCtALt 9 Room Hoom,'5 
be d rooms, S hstfas. 4 rooms 
nar. 47th St. •new AtsUhi. 
Temw. imqMdliite posaesBlon. 
CB. 266«e. . 

f lOOflLM Itown. is rm. house-- 
S betowms, and store (both 
Tsesiit) sod S rooms rear 
rented VOM mo. ISU K. 58th 
Pfaieew CK. 2668S. 

flOM.M Dn. 6 rooms, S bed- 
rooms. 1952 Compton. Price 
ISS50. CE. 266C2. 
9S0M Dn., 6 rm. frame (va- 
cant), 5 rms. rear. U7 E. 4<th 
St. CE. 26662. ' 
$3500.00 Dn. 12 rm. stucco- 
move In— 151 W. 52nd St. CE. 
26662. 

S460flLM bn. S' Mores, Z apts. 
415041-6S CentraL Inca,me 
S14040. CE. 2M62. 


FOR SALE 

6 RM. HOUSE, hdw. & 
tile, $6500. 

7 RM. HOUSE, $7000. 
Terms to suit. 

STUCCO DUPLEX, hdw. 
and tUe; t6750. $1750 
down. 

6 AND 4 ROOM Houses. 
Hdwd and tile. $6850. 
$2000 down. 

WHiiam A. Dickinson 

Real Estate 

3405 Afliitfrton Avenue 

RE. ^1 


FOR SALE, 
FINE HOUSES 


• 6 Rms., lot 50x150, double 
garage; vacant, ready to 
move in; near Avalon Blvd. 
$6000 with $2500 down. 

• 4 Rm. and 3 Bm. doable 
honse, doable garage, ce- 
ment ride drive; 85th near 
WaU. «SoOO down. 

• 12 Soom firanie rooming 
howe, .8S3 TQwne Ave. 
92000 down. 

• 2 KHans on lot, near Cen- 
trtf Ave. 92000 down. ^ 

• 9>lJnH Coort. 4$rd t Ascot 
Inetmie $55.00. $2500 down. 

• tllKnises on lot, zone open 
for night club or business. 
Hadses can be used as 
raOnlng houses, down town, 
9th * San Julian. $4500 
Cash, oavhalf cash accepted. 

• 29 RmrBoomiiig House fur- 
nislied, 7 rms. rear, 2501 A 
Main. tIAftW. terms.-, ^-^, 

Bernard C. Herndon 

licensed Broker 
AD. 13909 '669 E. 41st St. 


BARGAINS 
FOR SALE 


5 RM. FRAME, 95tli St. & 
Compton, $4250.00. 


3 UNIT COURTS, frame, 
: modem. East 97 th St. 
$6850.00. 


>1000 


Down 


$2000 


Down 


5 WdTS, East Hollywood 
District, $^^.00. 

$3000 


Down 


U7 RxM. HOTEL A APTS. 
tbldgs. on No. Figueroa. In- 

eome $1000.00 per mo., 

$35,000.00. , 


'10,000 


Down 


8 RM. FRAME on East 
Santa Barbara, $4730.00. 


U250 


Down 


^2000 pow. 

3 APTS., 310 E. 35th St., 
$6850.00. 


• t :■ 


H. A. HOWARD 

Real Estate Broker 


t 


tosurance 

Notary PubUc— Loans— Saiea 

S208 So. Central Ave. 

AJPamsSSM 

Bea. ADaans 9544 


; BUY E2CTBA WAB BONDS 
I AMA STAlfPS 


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FOR SALE 

Large^ 9-nn. house, S bedrms., 
big yard. Near Olympic and 
Weatem. FnU vrlee, rT,590. 

5 rm. iionae, 2 liedrms. sleraing 
pordi, doable gar. Nice iai||i- 
boihood, nr. Otymple * West- 
ern. Fun pr., $5^00. CL. 19999. 


CALL VA. 0211 

This ndnnta, if yov don't feal 
well, a doetor wiU bo at your 
home tai 90 minutes. Any time 
during night or day. Call the 
Doctor now. . ' ' 

VA. 0211 


Real Estate 
Wanted^ luy 





9I9J99 Cash today,. IB' whaT I 
hava ta invest. 92899 to 91i9J99 
Oaab foe any old hooBa la eo^ 
ored district. NeM ho«M at onoa 
WA. t»l», W& 7997. W& 9975. 


FOR SALE 

Two 4*famil7 flata; seD 
separately or t o g e t h e r. 
Both in ffood concBtion 
and good income. Low 

Erice and tenns to relij» 
le party, .^,-j .- \_ r . - )>, '■ 


D. E. HANSON 
RE. 4«24 


F OS 
SALE 



39-Boom) Transient, Furnished Hotel. Brick building. Close to 
the center ot town. Income $1700 a montii; rent will be $200 a 
moAth. Lease one year at a time. Purchaser must live on 
premises. House full and sU war workers. Best buy In town 
for someone who wants to make some fast money. Price 
$5000. $3500 will handle. Terms can be Mrranfed. -■:::, 

Another Good Boy! 5S-room, all furnished, hot and ooM wator 
and nice beds. Income is $1600 a month. Bent $250.00 a montii. 
Lease runs for three years with an option for 5 yewr addi- 
tional. Brick building. Price $11,500 with $9000 down. Balance 
to be arranged. This won't last long. Call us at once. 

Good, little home spot, large lot, S rooms at the rear, newly 
painted; on 57tK near Broadway. Price $3)200 with $1000 down. 
Balance to suit. Possession in SO days. 

Money to loan from $500 to $8000 at six per cent interest 
Have eUents whp will buy second Trust Deeds and will give 
tlie most for the value. . p. 

5 Units. Good Income. Price $6750. $2500 will handle. West of 
Central, good district and sU units rented. 


WALTER L GORDON 

Fire Insurance — Auto Insurance— War Damage Insurance 
AD. 3193 4065 CENTBAL AVENUB 

,.*, . : . -Batter Insure Today 


51009 2g»jr?iJS: 

tia ift O.Kri<S99 jHrii for 
yopi boose. H^y waft 29 yi*. 
tai mar mooegrr All tmah to- 
djjgr .jOiB <wi apy ana of t fce ae 
dUfaMut phoiiBat Inrt naa flipa 
to^. WSTMjrs or WA. 22U> 


MONEY 

I win pay up I to |iMM taah 
for ironr home. SeD it to me. 
I n^ 5 telephones; this is the 

y JWA. tXm-'WK. i997S 




4t;^i;4|^i»- 



* 4 room frame. $3250. $650 down. 


• 4 rooms, redecorated. $2750. $600 down. 


• 4 room house. $3250. $750 down. 


* 5 room frame. $3750. $850 down. 


* 4 rooms, redecorated, garage. $4250. $900 dn. 


4 room stucco, tile bath, hardwood floors. 
$4500. $900 down. 


* 6 rooms double, redecorated. $4000. $900 dn« 


* 9, rooms, redecorated. $5500. $1100 down. 


* (1) 6 room house and (2) three room apts. 
in^ rear. $6750. $1500 down. 


• 3 units, furnished; one vacant. $7950. $1500 
down. -■ 


• Double Bungalow, franlel $4700. $1900 down 


• 4 family flat stucco, modem, electric refriger- 
ation, hardwood floors throu^out, located 
close to shopping district. $12,500. $2500 
down. 


* 3 on a lot consisting (8) room house, fire* 
place, hardwood floors, club room, breakfast 
room, 3 bedrooms, 1^ baths, basement, 2 
apts. in rear. $11,000. $3500 down. 


• New 5 room cottage frame, in Val Verde, 
located on hilltop, lot 86 x 370. $3250 cash. 


* 7 room fr«me, 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors 
throughout, patio, barbecue pit, 2 car ga- 
rage, beautiful lawn and shrubbery. $85p0. 
$3500 will handle it. 1? 


* 6 room framo, .2 car garage. $6500. $3200 
will handle h. 1 i , I * m 


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* 6 room frame and (2) cottag^ in rear, iiewly 
painted- and new roof. $8500. $2500 down 


• 5 units, $6900. $3500 down. 


it TiWns kt linriaa C 

ksRiieth t. Wailace 

iBOneat — [ Couretons 

Beai Estate Serrleo 

Ueensed |— Bonded 

Birtti Affidavtta 

,' Noisrjr- ij:-^ ,.,,-■■'' 

$198 8.:C^tral''iTa. " 
9S19 



i Seth B. Ray 

Lioedaed Beal kstafe nrtdcer. 

Member (rf ^Men Weat 

Bealty jBoard. 

Property sianagements a 
Specialty. ColleUitnis, Bentals, 
li C aef s , Loans.! Itariness and 
Industrial Profierty For Sale. 

^R SALE 

S-4-ralom Bungalows; $7500; 
915001 down, uicome $M per 
month. Lot 50x150. All on the 
front ^ust off [Beverly on Oe> 
cidenial, comeir. Iilne buy. 

^6 Unit Stucco. [Modem, 212 to 
• 226 S|. Benton fWay; 4-5-rms., 

19 garages, all Stuccoed. Very 

fine Moperty. Price $27,000;' 
1 90000] down. Iqcome $365 mo. 
'^^elnsive ^oparty. The Man 
! Who poea. } 

10 Boom Modem House. Cor. 
|S2nd ft San Pedro St. Lot 100 
1x150. Say, yoi^ can do things 

with Hiis houscL Must see to 

apprcjciate. Exclusive. 

2 Hojises on loi; $5350; $2000 
downl; 4-5-rms. t This is a nice 
placed W. SOth Sjt., 6 rm. house. 
|5900|casfa. Lo^ j 


|40 Uhit. Furnished; $40,000; 
$22,090 down. 


95 Units. Furnished; $80,000; 
130,000 down. Income $23,000 
yesripr. 

2 Hoiises on Lot. 6-3-rOoms; 
|276«r 1750 dOT<|n. 


W. $Otti St— 7 room house; 


We 'haye a few acres of the 
fine land in Pontaaa, Calif., 
left; $660 an acre, ^enty of 
and Uglit^ no house; $300 
910.00 mo. on baL 6%. 
' t,^idif ., eall Hugh 
iwery, C%. 6-1423. ,Loe 
es, Calif.: Seth B. Bay, 
r. HelenfEIanor Alkens. 
PB.i»6I. The Man Who Does. 
SetiifB. Bay. ! 


SIETH $. RAY 

"TM Mm "jwho Dbm" 

LfMnMd Rtal lEtUt* BreVir 

230e Griffith Av*.. )Loa AnsalM. Cat. 
PR. piei 


FORSALE^BARCAIK 

X^it 99zU9l 99999i99k 


S Boom HMOie. Baal Mtti KJtree^ wast oC Griffttik |^99J|. 

Cwnnr with 7 raonis, a doaU«k t 
97999.99. 9159*99 DoH^ 

.9 Boom Sbuoeo. IM 79uiH9. S 

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Cnner idOi ooa i^\ . .. 

912.099J9. Down fS999J99. 

Canee Ooabte SInoeo, 9 
roooaaeadi. Pcioa ~ 

DouUa 4 roonas aaeh. Mea fM99J9. Bora |U99j99i 

4 IMt Fla*, 4 fOOOBS aMk.|Mea 9n99Mk Dora 92S9I199. 

Po^ Hbms, S^rooms aadi. Me* |ai78t49. Down |U99»99. 
B cut Apartmeat fandslMd. hias $7899.99. 

bomer Lot 99x199. Ctoi I 

docaer wMi T.raon and ~ 
Piiea r899M. JDora 


aal 1, raoiiia. Priea 99B99ji 
lAnfrmrt. 




jftSAL EiSTATB BROKER 
Auto aad nra baonuua I • Maaay to Loan an B^ 

1411 Ent W«9liiBgtia IM. «f fiiOM RM»2| 

' SALBSUfAN: MB9. mJuktlOHQ^tL *m\. 


Tli> Ciliinrfi lite, Ikmnimt, Mt 13, IfM- <f 


ssoooqiSH 

I w« par qp to UJm for 

yoor tomfc SeD it tor owrii. 

Oaa of nqr flv9 phooaa lir- 

WA. StU <# WB. 9979 


MeiMy to Loan 

S[jp^ JS^f ^^^'- l *9t ^^taa* 

deads. Chaapaat iatanat 
Moiiey ta 9 hoank Fhaaa WB 
997B. 


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FOR SALE 




A Dqmu tU* (5) ijo^pas down 
plaes Tga ainic and batt. Tkre« 
Ins |iall#l>f ia raax^jLot 


statoa. Hardwvod lisaia. Ifr^ 

(3) rooma up a tatra -Aa exla^ 

in raaciLot 99x149. te beaatifBl WIsodlawB Ava. 

Ilva (8) MMMna la fffNit Ardwood fMirs. ftaor (4) room la 

rear. Bo|h l>eantifally fumlalied. On 4Srd Plaee. Immediato 

Close of cjBcrow. $2500 as down payment. 


Several vacant lots m East lOOtti Street aad Bast 119tli Straet. 
8«»M oa central AveJ Near the Ug houstog project. 

i| basnUfnl eoart Stanoo andframe. yiMfi at CorfnL Foar 
(4) rooms each. $3509 down payment. M I * i 

B. wi^MAY COMPANY ^ 

CB.M7& 


1954 E. V^nMm Ava.* 


Notary PnUie 


DON'T ^E NmILED BY 



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WANT BIG PRICES 


SI AA TO^ A V aad 1700 in Escrow talces Deed 
^lUU I UDAT to 1419 B. WASHl^GtON 

BLVD. Go out and See tjhis tod^y. ' [", .' j | : 

$750 TAkESDiED 'Sl"^"SS^^ 

AVE. 2 Housea-Hi rm., 3 rm. Corner. WE. 7607-|BE. plL 

C f OCA C A CU I'^i^ Deed.0BaL moiithly.' Jiist 
▼ Jiift9w VM^n planting; swell shape. l3 Uiiits— 
Que 4 and two\S room apartoieot, % story. 1322-1322 Vi SO. 
8TANFOBD. S^ today then c4u owner, WE. 7607. 

SI AAA ^A<CU Values Deed. Bai monthly. Just 
■*JlWw V#%«n palhtlng. Duple)^ 4 up and 4 
down. 999-9091/] E. 14TH AT ^TANFOBD. See today, call 
owner, WE. 7607. 


SOCA CA€U TakM DMd. BaL mouOiiy. I Just 
<^09W WM«n palnttng. 5'LMte room house, and 
4 garages. 911 B. 14TH AT EOT^NFOBD. Go out and see 

these bargains, then eall WE. 7907, ^ ' ' ■ 

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S9CAA AOVIi/U Great opportunity^ , Corner. 
▼A9UW VS^WWn 3iBo«mi home and tiro 8-room 

double Inmgaiows. AD. 9967. jj ;: - I 


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Sf AAA AAVifkl i Boom Stuceo. niaaadrunit 
▼AVW l#WTTPI liert. WEST 8TTH 8TBBET. 


AD. 9967. 


SOAA AA^A/feJ * Boom Do<d>le 
^5fUU MW VTn Weat Side. AD. 9967 


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$2250 DOWN SLS-S^-^ iSStS 

9997. / ■: - -i 


Dandy buy. Only 96759.! AD. 


STQC CACH' TafeesDeed. Bal. mo; 2 Hon 

'^ • 99 V^.jpn I on*|6-room, one 8-room. Furnished. 
A farm for drick^ns aimi poulfoy- See tids today. Will be 
sold tomorrow. 9611 BANDEBA ST., Watfa. Then call me — 
WE. 7907— BE. SJIL , 


WEST SIDE BARGAINS 


SftAA l)OV^N " Booms. Jnst piUnted. FiA 


BE. 3311. 


price |2»99. WEST 22in> ST. 


C« EAA n^M/IJ Duplex— 4 roonw eaoh aide.' 
^XOUlf UWVTT^ Hardwd. Lovely front pondi 


FuU priee $6300. BE. 3^11- 


C<1 OAA nA\A#kl 9 Bdom Duplex. 4 rooms each 
TAQVV l/WTTI^ Oompletdy ^furnished, rugs, 
itoves; even tlie garden tools. Double garage. Bijr back 
yard. Fttli price 99090. Hardwood. BE. 881L 

$2000 to «500 DOWN^"^„r"SS 

to $2500 down. Phone me if you have t^, money. We have 
the house. BE. 8311. r 

±m ^gkgk i t%n\Ai^ 8 Boohtt, 2 bedrooms. And 
▼AaVWF: VwvfI^ many other ptopwttes. BUT 
ANY PBOPJEBTT FOB CASH. MB. BICHABDS, WE. 7997 
•rJlE. 831L i__ ■ ^ . 


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C09C' 'AAlW^ij '^ Houses— 5 rmS. and 3 rms. 

DEBA STi kg. 881L 


Furnished; big yard. 9611 BAX- 


S<f AAA AAVk/U * Boom House wiflt hudwood 
▼iWV l/WTf r^ floors. FuU price 95000. BX. 


SSIL 


$12€iODOWH 


ft Bras.; 3 bdrma. Off 92ad 
St. FbB Price $8999. 


$15011 DOWN 

831L 


2 Houses, 4 rooms each. Lot 
50x150. Fidl priee 94000. BE. 


MB. HEBOLD at 5000 Central Ave. siys: 'VI have the beat 
bargains in the aty." \ ■. 

IF YOU DONT FOrDiWHAT YOU WANT, CALL ME AT 
ONCE— WE. 7607-4-BE. 831L WANTS PBOPEBTY 


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3 Store Fronts on Towne Avenue between Stk and 6th Greets. 
Lar^e Lot. WeU fafuUt Bru^ Building . . . f uU price S7,000. 

On TRINITY at Twenly-fiftli Street. A 5 unit ttucco. Incoma 
$110 per month. Price $9300. $4S00 down. 

9 ROOMS FDRMSHED, $950 down. $6500 fuU prieeJ East 

23rd St. 


5 l(OOMS East 22nd Street, $950 down. $3950 
full priee. , i 

A Beautiful S^tory, 10 ROOM Stueeo an Ji^ 
linftcm near Oiympie. Lot 76 by 186. Beaiu' 
tiful iawn. JMce $16,000. Chily $6,000 down 


2 HOUSES. 5 kOOM front ... 4 ROOM reir. 
On 43rd Stivet, 1^ blodc east of C^traL 
Completely Furnished. Immediate occupancy. 
$1,500 down. $8,500 fuU price. | 


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HItXTOP House, on Annado^-Areet ... Lot 190 feet long, 
5(^ feet wride. !>« Roomyind Bath. Full nriee $1,000. 

50 ROOM HOTEL ... Completelv Furnished. 500 Blod: 
Wall St. FuU Price $6,000.^HaIf Down. 5 year lease. 

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WESTSIDE 5 ROOM Hoasa . I . Jeff ersoa -ft Western. FoQ 
Price $5000. $2500 down. 


B ROOMS In ^e condition, on WaR at 37th St. 
FuU; price $3500. Oidy $1500 down. , 

10 ROOMS, 3 ba^ on East 16th Street. Only 
• 96500 full price 


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11 Rooni . . 2 story on Stanford Avenue.. SpO blodc. 

propetjly ifmr sale. Only $750 down. Full price ottly f6,000^ /tji: 



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5 ROOMS, 22nd and Maple, $950 down. $3950 
full priee. I 


A SWELL APARIMENT HOUSE on Crifflth 
Avenue. 30 apartmenia furnished. A awreet 
bjuyat $25,000. - •15,000 dirwa. . 


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Harva^ a^d North of AdamS' Bhrd. Prices bcf^ « $lQ,00a, 
Down payhiMit aa hnr as $i5,000. 


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Benj. J. Bowie Post 
To Install Officers 
Next Monday Night 

Benjamin J. Bowie Post 228 of 
the American Legion, will hold 
,the installation of officers Mon- 
day night, July 17, in the audi- 


I torium of the Masonic Hal}, lOiBO 
East 50th Street. .1; 

The Post has reached its high- 
est membership ii^ 22 years of 
organlzati^on, closing its books 
for the year with 431 members. 
AttMTiey H. Lu Richardson is 
the new. commander -to be ia- 
stalled, following Arthur R. Mc- 
Cl'anahan, now junior past com' 
mander, who has just completed 
two years as Commander. Dur- 
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retired all indebtedness agalhst 
its pnR^rty ^ahd sub|stantia|ly 
increased its finances. 

Other officers to be! instalfed 
are: Leslie 3. Holmes| l^t vice 
commander; Bennie Washington, 
2rid vice CMnmander;. George W. 
Burleson, adjutant; HiHinan Hay- 
wood, ilinance <^icer;i Qe Sota 
Wyatt, chaplain; Julius|T. Gre^n, 
judge advocate, and^L^toy 
sergeaAt-at>armis.' 

Executive committeeimen ^f 
the coming'f year are' Norman 


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lublic wifii offices : at 43rd 

J. T. Gfe&a, Arthur R. 

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^jk message to the people of America from 
^ report of EMH. BROWDER, preskient of 
Uie Communist Pofitical Association, to the 
Fublic Session of its National Convention, 

h Madison Square Garden, New Yorit City 

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jAlmoct six years after Europe was surrendered to Hitler in 
jtfae Munich Conference the world coalition of free peoples 
has gone into action "from the east, west and sonth" to 
.^jkstroy Hitler and all his works. 

Today nothing coants but the fullest mobilization of all 
, ^American forces to back the attack with everything we have. 
All other oonsiderationis must be strialy subordinated to 
this supreme demand. 

We must all learn to j>ut our duties as American patriots 
above our prejudices and ideological preconceptions. We 
nuist forget old feuds. We must unite with ail other Amer- 
icans who place victory as their supreme guide, and we must 
oppoae all those, and only those, who place their group or 
individual special interests first. 

Now as never before Americans must ^elid the bonds of 
solidarity with our great Allies, and in the first'^lace with 
Britain and the Soviet Union. We must indignantly reject 
and silence all the echoes of Hitler and Goebbeli «till being 
^read among us to rouse suspicion and hatred against our 
fellow fighters. We must help to solve all existing problems 
that still trouble relationr within the Alliance. * 

Now as never before we must defeat all the provocations 
and excuses for strife between capital and labor, and relieve 
the tensions which have been growing up. We must dissipate 
all moods and projects of strikes and lockouts, and expose 
dx^ who feed them as enemies of the nation, no matter 
what group they come from. And we must overcome those 
ideas, which feed wartime strikes, that once the war is over 
then we will settle all acciunuiated grievances by a great out- 
burst of strike struggles, for these ideas exercise a harmful 
influence at this very moment by straining class relations 
unbearably. We must already now project our wartime na- 
tidnal unity into the post-war period, and work out policies 
to realize this aim. Labor, strongly organized and conscious 
of itt role as a bulwark of democracy, need have no fears of 
such a perspective. y^ 

Now as never befoi:e must we realize that the 1944 election 
period is one in which unrestrained partisanship is a luxury 
the American nation cannot afiFord. 

America has entered the period of testing by fire. It is by 
hr the most severe test of all our history. It is at the same 
tcime a great ordeal and a great opportunity. We can, by meet-- 
ing this test with fortitude, intelligence, and faith, open up 
p more glorious period in American and world history than 
■ay hitherto known. 

j(^ iFdNm /. . 0ri4e te'Victonr 

This was the single dwught that'dominated the G>inmuni$t 
NatJonal Convention which closed two weeks before D-Day. 
Itt aim was to arouse and direct all energies towards winning 
itbe war. In decisions proceeded from the recognition that the 
: central point of war aitd po^-war is the concord of Tehjssan 
concluded last December by Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin. 
For the quickest and least costly victory over Japan, we 
need the extension of dteprinciples of Teheran to the Pacific. 
Now, at die eleventh hour, with the Japanese advance threat- 
c<iia^ Cbungldng itself, the time is- more than ripe for the 
^United States to insist that the Chungking government shall 
pat ie house itf order widi a real, not a formal, unification of 
•11 Chit^ese fighting forces, and dieir fullest udlization against 
Uie cooimon enemy. We must once and for all put an end to 
die playing, with the "red scare", which in' China as every- 
it.'Wfaete, works for the enemyiuid against the United Nadons. 

I The British-American trade rivalry is today the greatest 
^obstacle to establishing the grand strategy for victory over 
J^an in the Pacific. There is a rising trend of ill-will against 
Britain which must be halted if there is to be a complete con- 
Mdidatioa of the three-power alliance for victory and lasting 



street and South Central, avenue, 
announced this week liiat she 
has taken over the West Coast 
PuUic Service Bureau, at 42nd 
place and South Central avenne 
in the Dunbar Hotel Imllding, 

At the/^^est Cokst Pub|ic Selv- 
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intimately, and wi must now begin to eliminate/the threat 
of post-war trade irivaliy for the Lworld markets, in which 
the British fear that thel very expansionof American indus- 
try that is doing so mikh to win' the war will spell doom 
for British trade after the war. We must find a common.' 
world trade policy wi^h the British which will lay this 
ghost e£Fecuvely. 


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• There nnstie 11^ PDst4l|^Cii$is i I 

The mosrdisturbingiiifluence against our national unity 
for victory in the firar i^ the expectation that peace betWeen 
nations will be the isignai for the outbreak of great class strUg- > 
gles within the nation, j ' 

Wa^: nepds, theiefofei dictau t^at, we shall ilnmediately 
begin/pQ jlay the jfoundations for' post-war nadonal imity, 
so that..this disturbing influence may be checked and.if pt^- 
sible eUminated. j ■ | J; ' '' ; '.i 

That means, firs^ of all, that we must find a post-V^ar pf6- 
gfntqi that will unke theideniocratic progressive ma jority^ of 
the American people, from all.classes, and that we shall not 
permit that majority to be split up and thus give the oppor- 
tunity for the antirTebe^an forces to rise to power. 

An economic prpgtain] that mee^ these requiriements is to 
be ffMind in the getieral ^greemen^ that American e>conomy 
must operate at approximate full capacity in the post-wiu' 
j>eriod. To acconi^lish tliis aim, markets must be found for 
peacetime commo^ties ^ual to th^ war market, which, if 
we take the 4giir| of 1^, is about ninety billion dollars 
per anmun., '.■>'' \ \ , ^ ' 

I have estimatelfl that! we require new post-war 'for^gn 
markets of about forty billions per annum, above what we 
would oblaih in fhe. course of business-as-usual. Orthodox 
economists tell me|harit is quite impossible to realize foreign 
maricets of such oaikgnitt^de, but I am unable to accept tbeir 
verdict, since I refiipe to Accept the perspective of mass unem- 
ployment and ecDijomic crisis in i^ post-war period If sudi 
markets are necesjjary tn keep ouj; industries in operation, 
then they can and firill be founds 

The nfecessary expansion of pur domestic markets oii an 
equal sd^ is moceboQij^ted and | di£lcii{t. ¥et it is equilfy 


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em Union service,:' and you can^ 
«tep pur^ase in |Ni e y^ taikrs ' 

Assdi^^ witii iMs.-T«^<Hr, Is 
her brotlj«K.Ewrl,W. King, fi- 
nancier, recottly 01 Chicago, who 
plans to Jmake Los ^AngSes Ids 
home. ^^ 

Mrs. Taylor is wel^kn4niai.ln 
busii|ess and- social circles, hav- 
ing pioneered public stehogra- 
phic and nmltlicopy j^or^ j<m the 


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Pip. Curtis Mfller Is enjoying 
a ■If^' days lat -hcHne with his 
mod^r, relatives ^d friends.. He 
'fe "a grstduate of Los Angles 
High and worked in ttt^ postal 
service here for a short time lis 
mall carrier and clerk. 

Me. Miher was in January 
and having passed the induction 
test with'a high grade, was sent 
to one 0t th«!^st ordnance de- 
pots for a clerical ^course. Alter 
eight weelu of hard , sftidy, be 
graduated as^^a chief clerk, ad- 
ministrative. He if now a com- 
pany derk at Calnp Campbell, 

, |i I Ttcl XOnerlls fhe grandson of 
Mr. and Mrsl WJlHain C. Ham- 
jnond, .pione^ residents' of Los 

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^ilf we'are tfa'avoid a devi^ |g g p oi^d i k cnjstr 
Vjthin a few years after the war ends. ; 

p^ the I &ul|:aiM!ypis. the needed dpiAMdc inadcet exp^- 
si6n dan kxtdy ibe te«|l|9«d by increasing die o msnmption of 
the massles of the p^^pidation, who i are! in j^reat majority 
wage iwdrkers. That nqimes the n^MOfl of ^r»ge staoidanii 
to the degree that we need a larger damesaciinrket.jEM 
maintjiinia^ full efflployment and 

Many|cohfli«.iag vie^ afld|in«eiMml^oK kaia hiow tooctoie 
together ion the basis of aMipromisd inlorder to build and 
maintain national unity. But there is a! line beyond which 
compromise is not permissible. We canaoc oompcomise basic 
democratic principles without seribii fly. daj)lfging; bur 
national : unity and 'hiblping-Hitkr..^ I -[ii: ' \ \ ' i'f ' ' 
The shameful spectacle of die U. S. Senate blo^hgidie • 
Marcantpnio anti-po|l tax bill from coijungl to a vote u a 
typical case i^ point.' Ten miUion white laod N^ro wbric^ 
and farmers are to continue to be deniM the baUdt, because 
a group of Bourbons and l<^-rolling p<^iidaas threaten 
otherWiife to iabotsge the entire nation, 'plea- who oould not 
be elected otberwis(^|Ue,thui contintied in office with power 
of veto jagainst the pverwheloung majority of die nadoo. 
Such oompromise with democratic princtplei! is die deadliest 
enemy of American Inational unity. I | 

So also with the ivhole Jim Crow system, the systeoiatic 
violation of the U. S;!Constitution by def^ial of equal citxcen- 
ship to Negro Amei^icans, Which is the outgrowth of; the 
ideology of ''white supremacy", just as{ shameful and dan- 
gerous for America as Hitler's iden|tical|tacipliam proved to 
be for Germany acid die world. Jim 
is to stand. T ' i I . 

A direct iniportatiPn froJm Naxi 
poison of anti-Semitism in America. E' 
anti-Semitism- is enlisted in Hidtir's 
Semitism is a crime :^t most be outla^ 
American national security. 

And -communism,] the doctrine of 
tern" organization, is the most deadly of all ^tier's poisons 
because it has penticrated Anieria|n sudetjr most de^^. 

We must retire frbm public life, and 
dealings with our partners in the Utiited 
who are incurably afflicted with these 



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esplecially frocp all 
Naijions, all pei^RMU 
divisive ideologies. 


^ Why the CiBMiiiirist flriy dIsMei 

Our country is entcjring the crucial hours of the war, our 
soldiers are entering decisive batde^ fMltbe|first time, with 
a national election dn our hands. [ . j 

It is no use pretending that the necessity ~to conduct flec- 
tions this year is ad^diing less than •a.'dangleroas straiii oa 
the national unity required for viqory.i I 

"^ The spirit iof parpsanship is today 'aLmosIt oosdy Imtury 
which Ainerica cannot a£Ford. Our peobleiii'^how to sufajdue 
and control the spirit of partisanstupiboir'tiroMidact a 
nationaljelec^on injdie spirit of national unity.lt is ook an 
easy taskL WeiComn^Qaists consider it so |ierio|DS that we jjibiye 
dissolved die Comi^unist Parqr, and re^MMmtoed all aiins (^ 
partisan advuioeffl^BJt, and have forine^ a iion-partisani or> 
ganization — the Coj^mnnist Politicajt Apxa^tioa — duoji^ 
which We expect td contribute to the cikiu^Mi cause of I the 
progressive niajority bf the American pp^le. ; 

Can Roosevelt help the nation to tukity jrad; victory by' 
conceding the dcniknd <rf'RepiibIicanS and disloyal Dejmo- 
crats that he announce his r et uem enit? ■ \ I. i 

'. A moment's thought reveals that mcti tl step Iwolild ve i 
disaster for our country. Onr etwfmies in dicj wdr Would b« 
encouraged, tp new efforts, our allies; in i3ie War Would have 
deep misgivings, and our :oWn couiitry jWbuld be launched 
upon an uncharted sea of oaoootroUtd f»edoiialiun. Hut is 
why people of all parties are joinji^ jto d|raf(: Roosevelt. 

The ptople^ and eiped»iiy die largestij 
which is "labor", mlnst build their! ' 
political action, beginning in the neig 
extending to distri<;n^ towns and dtioi* < 
Nation as a WhoJci'Iliese ofgahizaric 
partisan,! taking. their stand on issues and j 
on their merits widiout regard to putyl 

That is the road to victory in the warandi 
in the eljection. The program of Tdierajn, the piospects for , 
victory and a lasting peMe, are atsialie. Nevier has diete 
been, a, grca^r challenge to the Am^iican people or a > 
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*p Americi^s pnklmis «» itimmmg the iDtt akd tbereafuir? 
M*nd for Earl Browder's US-pmge hook, Teheran: Our Padi 
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•American railroads operate a 
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Orange Biossdm 
OubWaiKfoet 
Fnday.iuiy 22 

Mrs. Rachel Alley and ha 
daughter weie hostesses to the 
Orange BiDstem dub' of the 
Daughter Kite at their home, 
1200% ^ 45th St., after the 
monthly meeting recently. ITient 
was a large attendance of itiem* 
bers present^, and after the a(^ ; 
joumment of business, a delict 
ous repast was served. 

Miss Katie MacWUson will be 
hostess to the meettag Saturday 
night; ^uly 22, at the home of 
Mrs. Ella S. White, 1158 E. 441sit' 
Place. All Auxiliary membei*^ 
are requested to be present aftr 
this meeting. " 

The club members wish to 
thank »il of those who gracious- 
ly gave their time and talent at ■ 
their ten held la&t month at the 
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Phone CEntaix 28708 >; 

lOTHS, COCK-ROACHES 
OR BED-BUGS? 

We-are specialUts and have a solution for yonr problems. 
Call your Druggist or your grocer, adc for crnr products 
of top quality. 

SKOS^MEK for bed-bngs, roadies, anta, spiders. * 

ZOWiEE! IsiLVEBFISH SPRAT for silverfish. 

SBIABT-SniFF— for polishing and cleaning bath-tnba, toilet- 
bowlsi furniture and woodwork. It Is a wiiard on poUah- 
ing silver and mirrors. - , 

CONGO- MQTH SPRAY— for moth protOii^ ragu, dnqjMdfs, 
blankets, and clothing for a p«iod of from 1 to 2 years. 
ladies, pack away your beautiful furs for ttie j ieas wn . 
Motii-^ffoof them with CONGO Moth Spray. - h 

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ft limited quantity oi top 
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Strong, land fiexiBle^ this 
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Pofthe iSbuftle purpose of re- 
ceiving flnal reports, and giving 
recognition to campaign worlcers 
for outstanding service, the local 
branch of the NAACP will hold 
a membership rally at the Sec- 
ond Baptist Oiurch this Sunday 
afternoon at 3:30. 

With Uw 4ttn olraodT bar- 
ing MW d< d last twit's r«c- 
otd-bMoUag total by 2000 
nMmbois, tb« roUy pxomis«s to 
pot Lo« AagdM way over the 
top in tb* quota iixad by tta« 
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VAOST of my friends are 
jPE on the Repablican 
ride <»f the political fence, 
bait it opine that mai^of 
than teti, as I do, that 
there is no dltemative but 
to Vttsp in cpmhumd of th^ 
Ship '9t State our present 
Gmunander-in-Chief. 

And I harre profound re^ 
speekf ©rmy friends' opin- 
tonal on political matters, 
but II know that some of 
theiii, like myself, remem- 
ber World War I and aft- 
er. While the soU produc- 
ed the same amount of 
food stuff and the mills 
and factories turned out 
sufficient tt* meet the 
needs of the American 
pe<^le, *hcre 'was starva- 
tion in the land. This con* 
dition ^tretehed across the 
years from 1920 to 1932 
when America, "harden- 
ed" under Harding, "cool- 
ed?4 under Coolidge, and 
in %pite of the fact that 
he promised '*a chicken in 
every pail," "hungered" 
under Hoover. Then, as 
has been the case in all 
ag^ and aU ex^sis when 
a strong leadership was 
needed to save the Nation, 
God gave us Franklin D. 
Roosevelt. 

Yes, I know, at first 
many of us could not see 
it. We said, "No good can 
come out of the Democra- 
tic Party." And although 
waniing to believe that at 
last there would be some 
alleviation for our suffer- 
ing, we— chief among the 
aniferers from the wreeh 
of World War I — were 
chief among the doubting 
Haomases as to what the 
new president's attitude 
towards the Negro people 
and their problems would 
be. We did not fully real- 
ize the almost unsur- 
mountable t«sk which 
Rooseveh faced and sol- 
ved: that of clearing out 
the debris of the economic 
and political wreck of our 
r^ ipa^t mismanagement and 
^lailnching America on a 
cofirae toward true econo- 
mic' seeority. Not under- 
standing fvBy these things 
we often joined the reac- 
tionary forces in derision 
of die einergency mea- 
^Uft* invoked by the Pre- 
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wid* anABibership dciv*. S9000. 
or 90 p*r cont of tb*. totol bos 
boon rvportM to date. 

Citations will be given to the 
districts which make the best" 
reports, and to the district which 
raises its full quota or the high- 
est percent of its quota. 
5 Districts 
For the purpose of the cam- 
paign, the city was divided into 
five districts, namely: the West- 
side, with' Clarence O. English 
superintendent, Eastside "A," i 
William Pollard superintendent, 
Eastide "B," Clarence S. Smith 
superintendent, Bronzeville, Dr. 
Harold S. Kingsley superinten- 
dent. Watts, Mrs. Emma Spencer 
superintendent, and Hollywood, 
with Joe Oliver as superinten- 
dent. 

The Rev. L. G: Robinson and 
H. A. Howard were co-chairmen 
of the social gifts committee. 

Tb« public is ur9«d to at> 
tend the roUy and. give due 
seoegnitlon to those who aoe- 
rifieed their time and energy 
so that the fight for a better 
demoeracT for all would be 
■ niM|^ced. ' 

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Still Mounting 

Negro Personnel 
Is Commended for 
Devotion To Duty 

With continuing reports e*tl 
mating that the full casualty 
total in the recent Port Chicago 
disaster will reach 3eb enlisted 
personnel dead, and 300 civilian 
personnel dead, authorities are 
making every effort to identify 
the bodies that are being dis- 
covered daily, many of them be- 
ing washed up on shore. Identi- 
fication in many cases is a 
difficult process, and Navy 
authorities have resorted to 
fingerprinting as the only cer- 
tain means to overcome the 
handicap of badly burned and 
shattered physical features. 
A "CHEAT CREDIT" 

In the midst of the sorrowing 
attendant upon the stunning 
catastophey, high Naval authori- 
ties have issued statements 
I>aying' tribute to the Negro 
Naval personnel which com- 
prises the buUc of the Port's en- 
listed manpower. Pointing out 
that the Negro personnel had 
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Tribute Paid Soldier 
For 3 Years of Service 




A dinner party, honoring the 
3t6 year of military service for 
Cpl. William M. GUliam, was 
given at the home (*t'Ws parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson D. Gil- 
Ham of 650H East 36th Street 
Present ' were • mexabers of the 
family and friends. 

The dinner was a. compromise, 
due to the fact that a birthday 
party had been planned, but 
military dictates prevented his 
being here f tir the occasion. 


, Coolidge FIndd, Eteamon second daks, VSNS, of Ch»I<eston, S. C^ ImkS one of many dlsabied 
serylcemen gre^ied by Mrs. Bleanot Booeeveit at the U. S. Nlawd Hoepttal, San Mego. Owrt. 
, ^Morton O. WUUutta, (MC) ^BSN, B^edkirtOfecer In Command, &a*r behind tiM. ^ 



[j^tMne her duties. 


BRroEPORT, Conn. — Anew' 
bazooka has been born. This wai^ 
disclosed today by the War De- 
partment and officials of Gen- 
eral Electric. 

The new gun has the same 
general appearance as its older 
rocket 'launching brother, except 
that It is of knockdown con- 
struction and the barrel may be 
carried in two pieces. The use 
of dry-cell batteries for firing 
also has been elminated and a 
new sight greatly improves ac- 
curacy. It was desigiied to be 
used by paratroopers and saw iti 
first action during J the invasion 
of France, i i 


Eddie Bnrbiidge 
New Sports Editor 
For Eagle Readers 


NdtionallT known os, an Ou-; 
H^rttr on q^orts which he 
ha% followed and written 
about for many years Eddie 
Burbridge bos l>een secured 
by the CAUFOSRIA EAGLE^ 
to bead tbia department start-| 
ing next week. His column 
"Loyin' It On The Line" and 
etber qjwrts Items, gotbned 
by him ore slated to become 
a re^pilax feature of this pub-]; 
UeatieB. Be sure to'pnrehaae 
your EAGLE early next week 
to Iceep up to the minute in 
•porta with Mr. Burbridge. 





NEW YORK,= N.Y.^^ecretaiy of 
War I H«iry Stimson was urged 
by Congressman Vito Marcan- 
tonib, president of the Interna- 
tional Labor Defeiise, to use 
"every 'resource at the command 
of the Army^ tp insure swift 
puniBShment for~.the bus-driver 
murderer of Ptt. Sieoker T. Spece- 
ly, jk; Negro sdH^r wantoiub' 
shot] to death at Dnfljham; N. t., 
on July 12. , V 

The text offMr. Marcantonio's 
letteb to the Secretary f of War 
follows:/ •' 

'"me news today of the wanton 
killihg of a Negro soldier by a 
bus [driver in North Carolina 
brings again into sharp^ relief 
the inadequa^ of federal meas- 


ures to protect the uniform of 
the United States Army. JProm 
the repeated incidents of rhurder 
of Negro troops by| bus drivers 
and civil police in a number of 
Southern, states, the impression 
is unfortunately gaining that 
there is no real desire to protect 
the Negro troops from homicidal 
white supremacist subscribers to 
the Nazi 'racial' theories. ; ' 

"Many Negro families, I know, 
are more fearful of the d^ger 
to their sons i»^ Southern states 
from native 'enemies' against 
whom they have no profection 
than of the danger to their lives 
in battle against the true Axis 
enemy, where a soldier dies 
proudly and honorably. 



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Negro Blue 


l^ie job being done by 1,20& 
Negro bluejackets at the world's 
largest coastal naval supply de- 
pot, at Oakland, Cklif.,- was de- 
scribed, by Rear Admiral Arthur 
H. Mayo, USN» Supply QfflcCT ii 
Command, as important and ef ii- 
cieiit. 

Negro sailors' from all parts Of 
the country are rendering exc^- 
lent service to , th^r countiy 
while fighting the battle of tiie 
Navy's supply lines at the supply 
depot. Admiral Mayo said. 

Commissioned only eight days 
after the Japanese attacked at 
Peari\Harit)or, this depot has been 
expanding r^icQy to keep pace 
with the gnwrth of the Na\^. 
Wharf, space, railroad yards a^d! 
covered storage spatce ate inclitft' 
ed Jn an area; of nearly a squale 
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BDITOI^ NOTE— The fol- 
Wiag stetement was issued 
bytthe Ldk Aafitai'iaiapte tA 
thti VatiMud Z«wtib)r Guild. 

Ilk June of 1943, Los An- 
geles was the scene of a 
shameful .spectacle. Mobs 
roained the streets and vici- 
ously a^ijlted persons of 
Meirfcan orij^n and many 
Negroes. T^ie press of t|e 
city by inflammatory arli- 
cleaj helped brinig the situa- 
tion into being and there- 
afteir kept it fermenting. 4n 
aroused' commnnity finaljb^ 
recognizing^ t h e Hitlerian 
quapty of the events whi<i^ 
hadj taken place organized 
to i>revent their repetitio|. 
Eff^tive s^ps were takei. 
The newspapers 1 a rg e llr 
ceased 'publication Cff affi- 
clesj attacking m in o r i t^ 
groups. -. . ; / ; 
Oi last Sunday, Ji^yV 16, tije 
Los l^ Angeles Times under "tie 
headline "Youthful Gang Se- 
cet?: Exposed^ pul^hed' an ^ al^- 
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which if f(dloVred by oth^ 


of similar character creates the 
real danger that the city will' 
again be thrown into the chaos 
of minority baiting and rioting. 

The article is based upon In-' 
formation alleged to have been 
received from "authorities* of the 
Superior Coiut" .with no -indica- 
tion of what "authorities of the 
Superior Court" are referred to. 
The very anonimity of the source 
of this story rendenf it suspect 
SUBTLE POISOK 

The article is not so ' vague 
with regard-to the national ori- 
gin of the boys and girls to 
whom it refers. Although no mi- 
nority group is mentioned by 
naine, the reference to -Spanish 
slang words and to Pachucos. can ■, 
leave lio doubt in th« mind-'crf 
the reader.- ..![■. •■•• | - v ,•- 

This article iiidictS th** youth 
of a minority group as k ' whole 
because of the type of clothes 
they wear and the fashion of 
hair-do which they prefer. 
CAli to DIS-ONlTT 

•Phe fact that a minority group 
is referred to is made clear by 
blaming the alleged criniinal 

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^ WaHer 
Lat Sunday niiht found the 
shipyard workers with approxi 
mately one third jitf the sitm of 
$3,000. needed to cojrer legal eix- 
Jienses, \^ch will Ibe Jfidorred 
as the fight to ijellminate the 
Boilermakers' Jliti Crow ii.i^l- 
iary- is carried thnnigh thelvaift- 
lous State courts. | ", ■ .^.y -,j ;; 
Centributioiijl He^dedll 'j ' 
The- Shipyard Workfers Com- 
mittee urges all employes of Cal- 
Ship, Consolidated an<^ Western 
Pipe and Steel shipyards to send 
contributions, larie ai!id small, 
to assist in finasucihg the fight 
against the 'Jim Ctrow unionism' 
that is now being practiced by 
Boilermakers' Loc|l1 91 ' 

-Negro shipyard Wrkirs in par- 
tiinilar, who want the equal op- 
portunity to retain their jobs 
after the war is^woD, should give 
financial and m^^^l support i to 
this committee. ; 

Ten may wtndt yeqr contil- ^ 
bntloas to tiM mpfaxd Ward- 
en CmnmittM J«r £400! Padi> 
dpoHein in eonl •( the'Ccdl* 
fmnta Sa9labi41tt<aadC«M»pa 


ost distinguished summer visitors to this 
osia Jones, former resident of -Los An- 
geles on her firsitj visit in nine years. Miss Jones has lived 
in Washington, Dj. G. during this.time where she is proof- 
reader in the office of the Recorder of Deeds. {This im-- 
portant function hsis so closely A-f~ 
occupied Miss Jonie|s' time that ' 
tiie long planned rietum to Los 
Angeles J^ eaeb, jMkr b^n post- 
poned. ,,,,|K.\'|--Jfr;_/ J ■•: 

The guest of Mrs! fiuils: Chism, 
1138 E. 22nd, 'SAiSB Jones has 
Ijeen extwisivley p entertained 
during her visit h^re, otustand- 
ing among which was the partj^ 
given in her hon<>i by j the Los 
Angeles Forum on Sunday. 

Miss Jones stated on interview 
that although the ch)wdW living 
conditions are forcliig many civil 
service employeSi b^th Negro and 
white, to leave Waishington," the 
Negro woirkers are! steajdlly^ ad- 
vancing In their ^b classifica- 
tions and because! of tl^eir effi- 
ciency are being (employed in 
many responsible; | posijtions in 
.many ,ftdds <^ gc^yenia^taer- 
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Miss Jones expects' to ievfk for 
Washington, T). c! today to jre- 


One of the 

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A Cofilty^Mejrting 


HOUSfOtf^ Texas. — In 
what. is reportedly the first 
such aictioh ever taken by" 
Negroes in the south, a 
group ofiNiegrofes this week 
showed their strength and 
controlled" the organization 
<itf a Democratic precinct. 
Here Hams County execu- 
iiigp committee chfuman, M. 



i^ld "Tharsday 

!nd Sundays at 

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rflMTNOilCE 


Tliia la yovr- I#et ««0 to get your ad in for the 
CJ^JFt>iD^ BiM5££S Aiguivenary iwoe wUdi will be 
cm qu AffoittlO, 194^ DdnU miss tida golden op- 

tanH^i eSjdOff et^l^ «>f tUs iaeue wlQ be.^sti^lMitetl. 

CiM AJ^mu^Tlb i» tai ndfertianig r^resentative. 

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Meetings are 
nights at 8 p.m 
'3 p.m. at the 
1006 E. 28th St :] 1 j 

The committeel is vfry ignibt- 
ful to 8)e management 6f the 
Florence Mills "Thiiatre {for grant- 
ing them the privilege of making 
an appeal in their audit<»lum 
last Sunday nighd -I j j - 
Ceoperatie|a-'6MeB^| ' '' "- 

This committee If eei^ that the 
entire community jwill feel, high- 
ly appreciative fpr, the interest 
and cooperation \a(awn by the 
managements of i^e Bill Itobin- 
son, Florence Mills, and Savoy 
Theatres, In helping to; solve the 
Jim crow problem. 

Remember, shipyard^, thiS| ia 
your own fi^t-Comfe to- t&e 
meetings as/wh^uledl 


Am JiylPMCtd 
4if FfoMofwns 

? I5)Bcruitinir.Jt<M*?>^oi*eft at- 
Ore U. S. -Naval DrJrdocks, 
']^enninal Island is gtiing on 
at ,a/fsst pace, but the .2000 
Ne^o workers -among the 
800O workers aJieady eni^- 
plbyed see no prospects for 
their being of greater serv- 
ice .to the Yard, for tKeyZ 
are in the sainie 'menial jobs., 
forVjwhrch they were- M^isdii 
alttiough some of them.bay® 
seen more than one year's 
seryiiee with thci o(^anaa4 
tion. >" . i, ■ ' ■■ I 

15,000 workers are needed ^ 
present «t the Drydocks, and ' 
is the conttotlon of the Net 
workers tbMe that these n 
employes wh be hired in capae 
ties which ol<S6r Negro worke) 
have not merited during tbei|i? 
term of service. White worlcers in 

Tlttse workenr we belirg re» 
cruited from all over the coua* 
try^ ceattrlbitting. to the alreari!^ 
cAKWded'houab^ and tnua^porta* 
tion pEobiema, wiiile quallfie({ 
Negro worker already in ttite 
area are not apprised of the joft 


, at tHe'^csa'^IH^ 
tion e»ll(|J fey E. H. Harri- 
son, a Nilgro union official 
arid- vice-president of the 
Third Witd Civic Cltrb was 
the first jievw orgianized in 
the south 1 by Negroes. 

Over fiftLf Negroes^ and threes. . ^ .^ 
whites att^ded the cOTiventlonl***''^"**'^ existing -there la 
wbidi elected Harrison tempor-1 (Continued or Page 2) *» 
ary chairman. A white woman,' 
Miss Lottie Wallis, a precinct 
election: judge, was . named to 
cast the,prfeclnct's_single-VDte at 
the coming county conventldne 
Harrison said later .that. Miss 
Wallis waf, named because the- 
custom -Ts to name the precinct 
Judge as tfieflrst del^ate,"and. 
we are only entitled, to one dele-, 
gate"- "'I' • , j- ^Z- 

When afflted if the action In, 
the 25th piiefcinct meant that the: 
Democratic, party is open to Ne- 
groes, chairtnan Andrews said, 
"This means that as a resiilt of 
the Suprerjle Court ruling, politi- 
cal^ pfeKies! haven't got the Tig"ht 
to (say whot can be a piember.',' 
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: Albert Dekkermovie^ star,' Will' " 
be the principal speaker , at aj 
op^ meeting for all DemocratA 
of the 58th A. D. on Friday, Jul* 
28th, at 4157 West 5Qi Street, at 
8 pim. Mr. Kenneth. Fulton, cam* 
paign manager for HaJ Sfylei^' 
Democratic candidate for the 
15th Congressional District » will 
discuss the congressional races, 
A new Election "Skit will be pre. 

I seBted :by the Hollywood Mobile 

I Im^atre unit - 


Dr. Dre«r, noted! edtKator, Us^ 
torian and preiuibe;, will speak 
at 11 ajn. at the First A.M.E 
Hon Churdi on '!<iuest and Con- 
quest" Dr. Dreer has had a not 
able career. Bom, in Washington 
D. C, he graduated from Bowdln 
CoUege, Maine, yrith at Phi B^ 
Kai«>a. He is a^^iaiioi^ as ran 
authority in phases of the hlatisty 
of the Negro by in«ny. iselebriiied 
historians «nd bqldsmaiQy -de- 
grees and hOQoca. ; j ■; 

The i>ublic is tcjrdiafiyiir^ted 
to attend the Sunday morning 
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the Sidewalk 


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sident and participated in 
three presidential cam- 
paigns in an effort to de> 
feat President Roosevelt, 
fcnt the people said, 
•'NO I" 


Los Angeles, and all me- 
tropolitan cities and gave 
IIS decent homes. That 
penetrated the Delta reg- 
ions of Louisiana and Mis- 
sissippi and not only gave 


Traditionally we are Re- i the Negro people in those 
publicans, but praise the j benighted regions homes, 
Lord and pass the ammun-jbut equal wages with oth- 
ition, at least some of us ' er Americans, 
are beginning to see the: When, oh, when have 
coining of a new world, ^e read this, or any other 
We know that never be- guch caption on the front 
lore in the history of our I page of the "Times," 
i*orld have we had the "Texas Negro Democrats 
promise of a "new day" Gain Power"; and under 
until now. Under the ^id caption, one Demo- 
Ropsevelt administration . cratic official said that 
weliave a Social Security | this was the first time any 
Program t h a t i n s u r e sJ guch action has been tak- 
Anierican workers, Negro j en by Negroes — the con- 
and white, against s'tarva- trolling of a jrecinct and 
tieh when conditions be- 1 representation at a Coun- 
yond their control pre- ty Convention! I quote 
vent their employment. from the morning edition 

Shall we, the Negro peo- of the Los Angeles Times 
pie, help to defeat the for July 25, 1944: "With 
party that gave us this? three whites and 50 to 60 
Shall we again raise our IN eg roes attending, the 
Toices against the Adniini- . convention elected Harri- 
etration that tore out the [ son temporary chairman, 
rat and cockroach infest- A white woman. Miss Lot- 
ed ^nement hovels pro- ■ tie Wallis, precinct elec- 
%ided for Negro occupan- tioii judge, was named to 
ey in New A'ork, Cleve- cast the precinct's one 


land, Baltimore, Detroit, 


▼ I VW ance when yoMr ti- 
tle is O.K. $4500 cash for 
yoar hease. Why wait 20 yrs. 
for your money? All cash to- 
day. Call on any one of these 
different phones, but use this 
today. WE. 8975 or WA. 2318. 


vote at the Democratic 
county convention. Asked 
'does this mean that the 
Deinocralic party is open 
to Negroes?' Andrews re- 
plied: 'This means that as 
a result of the Supreme 
Court ruling (opening 


lyd f or Eastsi^e 
HoipifalStresse|l 


The subject of the urgent need 
of a hospital in the Eastaide- 
Central Avenue district has di- 
rected attention to the health 
the people residing in that ar^a. 
Since the launching of the driVe 
for a 100 bed hospital for the 
over crowded area, citizens have 
recognized the need not on^y 
for' the hospital, but al$o for 
definite health survey. 

Prominent 

The drive for the hospital •wisis 
launched some months ago py 
Dr. P. Price Cobb and seveijal 
other medical men including Dr. 
W. J. Williams, Dr. Charlies Jadc- 
son, Dr. Kyle, Dr. Jones iSing a^id 
others including the local mrid- 
ical association. The proposjed 
hospital is to be staffed by co<n- 
petent medical n>en of evejry 
racial group and accommoda- 
tions will be extended to patients 
of every race and creed on the 
basis of their need for immediite 
hospitalization. ,° \ 

Dr. C. L. Mulfinger, chairmian 
of the Committee on Hospitals, 
Dispensaries and Clinics, of- the 
Los Angeles County Medical As- 
sociation ajid his associates, pr. 
John V. Barrow and Drl Phillip 
Cunnane, endorsed the plan for 
the l^ospital project for Ihe aifea 
last November. Others who have 
recognized the need for greajter 
and more facile hospitalization 
include W. L. Stansberry, of ^he 
Medical Diagnosis Association, 
Fred M. Potts of the Pyo-Gon, 
Hull Laboratories and Earl ,M. 
Phillips. I 


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Firat ^oice of millions everywiiere, it's 
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Democratic primaries to 
Negro voters ) politi«ial 
parties haven't got the 
right to say who can be a 
member. Churches and 
clubs can exclude indivi- 
duals from membership if 
they desire but the Su- 
preme Court says political 
parties cannot do co." 

The "Times" continues, 
"Each precinct is entitled 
to one delegate for each 
25 votes. Precinct 25 jis 
peopled 96 per cent ^y 
Negroes, said Harrison, 
who is i|inandial secretary 
of Local 2457 of the Unit- 
ed Steelworkers of Amer- 
ica (CI.O.)" 

Our two most persecut- 
ed elements in the body 
politic. Labor and the Ne- 
gro, have joined ranks jin 
their determination t o. 
first win the war and the 
victory. They will not let 
the enemy jpass. 


ONE WINNER TO ANOTHER 

—Congratulations! says Helen 
G a hag an Douglas, recently 
elected 14th distriet .Congres- 
sional candidate U> Jolui' Dial 
Jr., after he was elected Poli- 


tical Action diairman for Local 
9, of tile Shlpyardworkers Un- 
ion, CIO. Dial who is aa elec- 
' trlcal instructor at the Los An- 
geles StUpyard will have 
charge of political action for' 


the third largest uqion local in 
the Uni^ Stakes. He was in 
charge iof Helen Gahagan 
Douglas* campaign in ttie 14th 
during ih|e priihary elections. 


L. A. Times 

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activity upon what is' balled 
"moll^ '- coddling of racial 
groups." The only inference to 
be drawn from this assertion Is 
that the community>Jtiust tough- 
en its attitude toward racial 
groupte. It is a call to discrim- 
ination, to race hatred, tp dis- 
unity^-even to mob violence. 

From this article th^ conclu- 
sion is to be gathered that every 
girl in this, minority group with 
a high pompadour carries con- 
cealed in it a knife and a fin- 
gernail file; that every minority 
boy who displays a heavy poc- 
ket diain carries a t:ojncealed 
knife; that all minority boys 
and girls hate servicemen and 
are even ready to attack them. 

All of these charges are 
based upon the oUeged con- 
fession of one unnamed boy 
given at aa undisclosed place 
at an unknown time under un- 
stated circumstances. That' 
thesf statements are untrue 
can ; be concluded trem the 
facts that beys of this group 
are to be counted in the thou- 
sands in ihe armed forces, 
that jthere has been no in- 
creose ia crime ea the; East 
side and that if the (Eborges, 
were true it would be possible, 
to give names, places ■ and 
times instead of the unsupport- 
ed assertions set forth In the 
article. 

What this article was directed 
towards is in part made clear 
by aii editorial which appears in 
the L(OS Anixeles Times of Tues- 
day, iluly 18, under the heading 
"Its Not a Nice Job But It Has 
to Be Done." This editorial call.s 
for tlje most severe treatment of 
"youthful gangs." Again the 
Timeis tips its hand as to the 
object ©f its demand for getting 
tough. . 
FORCEfi LABOR 

ReJerence is made to the pro- 
posal' for requirtng juveniles to 
work on the Santa Fe Railroad 
as a iproper approach, to the "ju- 
venile crime" problem. Although 
the edtiorial does not so stat§, 
this 'plan is one for Mexican 
youth. This again indicates to 
whom the editorial refers. 

Articles and editorials of this 
kind ''threaten the unity which 
has been in the process of form- 
ing in this community; they en- 
dangjpr our war effort; and they 
remove the essential basis for 
po.<:t.,war unity and progress."' 

The community must arouse 
itself to prevent this threat to 
our unity. The Times must be 
informed that the people expect 
greater responsibility of one of 
its leading newspapers. Inquiry 
must be made as to the source 
of the charges contained in the 
article and thcin falsity must l?e 
broadcast. 
EQUAL LAW FOR ALL 

Ertfprcemerjt of our criminal 
laws there must be; but it must 
be enforcement with an equal 
hand arid without ANY em- 
phasis on m i " ° "■ i ^ y groups. 
There must be no indictments 
on a mass basis; each criminal 
act must be individually inves- 
tigated and prosecuted. Trial by 
the iiress and by mass hyster^ 
must not be allowed. 

Thie problem of juvenile delin- 
quency as a whole must be faced 
not in a spirit of vengeance but 
with; the resolve to remove the 
cause of such delinquency. Only 
thus, can Los Angelejs maintain 
its linity, make its maximum 
contribution to the war effort 
and prepare for a post war peri- 
od of full employment and prog- 
ress.' 


Texas Democrats 

(Continued from Page 1) 


Harrison/ who is pretideni of 
local 2457 of the United Steel- 
workers of America* CIO, said 
that' precinct 25 is 96 per cent 
Negro. 

In precinct 48, at a convention 
called by whites which Negroes 
attended, 10 white and 10 Negro' 
delegates were elected to attend 
the county convention. As the 
result of Negro participation in 
the elections, voting showed a 
tremendous increase over 1942. 

Meanwhile, in South Caroli- 
na, Senator "Cotton Ed" Smith 
was defeated for reelection. 
paroUeling ,,the fate of Seno> 
tor Hattie D. Caraway of Ar- 
kansas. While Negrpes partici- 
pated in the -Arkansas elec- 
tions, reports indicate thot ev- 
ery attempt to vote in the 
South Carolina primaries by 
Negroes was rebuffed. Spokes- 
men for Negro groups stated 
that the refusals would be the 
basis for future court action. 


He Onfy Udd a Quart 
Of Be^), How Could 
Tlie M^ Get Drunk? 

Although four witi^es testi- 
fied that M wafe driving 60 miles 
per hoiir j Jn a i reckless manner 
on Washington boulevard en 
route from Sanita Monica to Los 
Angeles, |aind that when finally 
apprehended by police after a 
two-mile (Siase, 


he showed 
intoxicated 


evi- 
and 


Port Chicago 

(Coniinued from Page 1) 


acquitted themselves with> "great 
c r e d 1 1," Captain Merrill T. 
Kinne, USNR,Said: 

"Under those emergy condi- 
tions, regular members of our 
complement and volunteers 
from Mare Island displayed 
creditable coolness and bravery." 
Captain Kinne said it was 
difficult to single out individuals 
who participated in rescue and 
preventive operations, however, 
he stated that four Negro en- 
listed men did move boldly into 
a danger area around boxcars 
loaded with ammunition, and 
quell flames. 

LOCAL YOUTH PRAISED 

The captain praised , highly 
the courageous and ujnselfish 
action of 200 Negro sailors from 
Mare Island Ammunitioii Depot 
who voluntarily worked; around 
the clock as long as the emer- 
gency continued. Among those 
whoni he singled out for praise 
is Bernard N. Clagett, Gunner's 
Mate, Second Class of Los 
Angeles. 

Devotion to duty and sacrifice 
of life equal to the greatest 
sacrifice on the field of battle 
is the record that history will 
show for the unnumbered dead 
who gave their all at Port 
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dence of i being 
walked in ja stupor, La Vody C. 
Bell of 14103 East 23rd street was 
acquitted Of drunk driving and 
speeding cjharBes this week by 
Municipal f udgje Aggeler after a 
trial in which the defendant in- 
sisted tha^ all' he had had to 
drink wa^ jone quart of beer sev- 
eral hours j preceding the arrest. 
Prior t|) [the trial, upon motion 
of defense leounJsel, David W. Wil- 
liams, Jvfl^e Aggeler denied the 
prosecution the right to-file addi- 
tional charges alleging the speed- 
mg on thiefground that there had 
beeii arn^Jle time to file these 
charges Wlten the original drunk 
driving charges wese filed. As to 
the complaint .alleging intoxica- 
tion, it jvas held that the evi- 
dence wiisj too shallow to war- 
rant a conviction. 


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NEW YORK-I-The cra«^ers a»re 
on tiie mardt again. This time 
they:' are not armed with roj^, 
faggot, tar and feathers, but 
with ihore subtle > arid as criiel 
weapons— the ceilsor's shears 
and the censor's blue pencil. 
They have found a new indoor 
sport involving, the Negro and 
are busy in the Deep South snip- 
ping out Negro scenes out <jf 
moving picture films to ke^ 
the iilywhite audiences in Geor- 
gia, ' Tennessee, Mississippi and 
elsewhere below the Mason-Dix- 
on Line from seeifig Negroes in 
any {semblance of social equality 
with whites. . 
FHICnON— THEY SAY 

They believe — or rather, giV^'e 
the excuse — ^that this action pre- 
vents friction between black aqd 
white. The local exhibitons, 
however, are having terrific 
headaches and cases of indiges- 
tion since some of the ignorant, 
backwoods rednecks are inde- 
criminately hacking out scenes 
in big pictures leaving blurred 
continutity and the entire, film, 
confused and chopped up. 

At Memphis, Variety reports, 
the cradker censors snapped oUt 
scenes from the Unitett Arti^ 
film, 'Sensations of 1945," in- 
volving Cab Calloway and his 
orchestra. The censor declared 
the scenes were "inimical to tfie 
public interest." Memphis re- 


viewers said the rest of ^e pic». 
ture was ^'patched up" aiid "con- 
fusing." ' :.[; :'- 
SNIPPED OUTUBKA WUtE. 

The censor at Memphis also 
snipped out of "Broadway 
Rhythm" all scenes In which 
Lena Home was shown, di. 
though he got a bit lazy and 
confufsed and left in ITarel Scott 
It has been said that Miss Home 
was cut out of her last two pic- 
tures in several Dixie cities. It 
has been reported ajso' that 
newsreels showing NegTo troops 
have heen chopped out In South - 
em cities. This was discovered 
here in New York when Inquiijes 
at home offices and newTsreel 
companies revealed that origin- 
ally such scenes were put in. 


It Is far nrore important to me 
to preserve, an unblemi^ed con- 
sciertce than to opmpasa: any .ob- 
ject however great. i 

— "TNING. 


— CHANr 


DR. KAUFK^AH 

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Nite Can (Specimlly) VA. 02U 
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well, a doctor will be »t yqv 
home in SO minates. Any f&M 
daring: nigrht or day. CaU the 
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Mr. Wil^am Terry, husband of 
Mrs. Canmen Terry, of 137 West 
46th Street; after a long lllrie^, 
passed ktj! 11:00 p.m.^ July 25, 
1944. Fujn^ral arrangement will 
be anno^inlced later. 


Wlien sldn irritatdoiis, exter- 
nally caused, itch, smart and 
burn 90 that you tear and 
scratch, feel embarrjaaed, are 
frantic for relief, don't try just 
anything. Be sensible— put 
your faith iii dependable time 
tested medication. Use famous 
Black and White Ointment, l^t 
not only soothes such sldn coii- 
di^oris bAt works the same way 
in Tetter, Eczema, Aciie Pim- 
ptes, and Bqmps (Blackheads) 



externally caused. It also acts ! 
as an antiseptic— to check and i 
help prevent local infection and • 
help nature heal. So vtrhcn yotr* 
suffer with any of these akin 
irritations be sure to use Black 
and White Ointment. Get your 
p(ackage of this famous medi< 
cktion today. And retnembcr, 
you must be fully satisfied or 
purchase pri(y will be refunded. 
Use only aa <Krected. Over ISa, 
million packages sold. In dailj^ 
cleansing; do no^ irritat^^ ;' 
affected area wit& luira&' 
soaps, use mild Blade and* 
White Skin Soat> daily.' 
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U. S. Navyi 

(Continued froin Page 1) 


other than menial capacities. 
CIVIL SERVICE 

All the jobs at the U. S. Naval 
Drydocks are Civil Service jobs, 
and the Negro workers there ask 
only that the regular Civil Serv- 
ice procedure for the upgrading 
of workers be carried out in their 
cases. I i I 

Specifically the representatives 
of the Negro workers, as' yet un- 
organized, ask: '(1) that quali- 
fied Negro workers be upgraded 
in all shops to mechanical or 
supervisorial capacities, (2) that 
the Negro workers be represent- 
ed on the Security Police Force, 
in the Personnel and Welfare 
Departments, and in all other 
white collar position, , (3) im-" 
mediate upgrading of all work- 
ers through Ciyil Service pro- 
cedure. I 


Thjbmas L Powell 
Di4s Suddenly 

Wprd has been received df the 
sudden death of Thomas L. Po- 
wellj well known mortician, phil- 
anthropist land treasurer of the 
famous Pyramid Club of Phila- 
delphia. Mr. Powell was the hus- 
band of the charming and much 
feteijl summer visitor, Mrs. LeIia 
Powplljof Philadelphfa 


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Negro Cpflpges In 
La. Get More Money 

ScotlandvlUe, La. (S5UNS)— 
Over three, quarters of a million 
dollars for the next baennium, 
was appTopriateicI by tlip recent 
Lbui^iana Legislature txj South- 
ei-n University, Scotlandville, and 
Louisiana Negro Normal; Gramb- 
ling, the two state institutions 
for Negroes. "Thi? sum represent- 
ed a substantial increase over 
all previous ahpcopiiitiions to 
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'Performed Bravely' 
Admiral Wright Says 

WASHlNGIJOTf, D. C— Bear 
Admiral Cal'leton H. Wright; 
tj^.N., Commandant of the 
P^welfth Naval District, said of 
the Negro sailors sUtioned at 
Port Chicago: 

"I am gratified to learn, as 
was to be expected, Negro per- 
iKmnel attached to the Naval 
magazine. Port Chicago, per- 
formed brevely and efficiently in 
the emagency at that sUtion 
last Monday night 

J "These men, in the months 
^hat they served at that com- 
mand, did excellent work in an 
important segment of the Dis- 
trict's overseas combat supply 
kystem. As real Navy men, they 
simply carried on in the crisis 
attendant on the explosion, in 
accordance with our service's 
highest traditions." 



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' Thursday, July 27, 1944 


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ywi from words that take the joy out 
of life. Forjpester bmity — in mak- 
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arouse it with Black ai^ White Bleach* 
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RECEIVES DISCHARGE-^ 
Maxwell B. Pride, ir., arrlTed 
iBlthe ctty Monday, July 17, 
1M4, from Great Lakes, lU., 
wliere he recdved an honor- 
able discharge after serving 
in the Naval forces for tiurea 
months. He was statttmed at 
Camp Lawrence. Although 
MaxweO successfnlly passed 
Ms examtnation for service 
sdiooi and made a machinist's 
Bnate rating, to his surprise, lie 
reeeiired a discharge. Mr. Pride 
had reqoested one, with doulrt, 
and his family and friends feel 
that throagh God, his prayers 
were answered, and he lias 
been given his desire. He re- 
ceived a warm welcome from 
his mother and grandmother, 
' who have given their lives for 
him, and they and his friends, 
who are many, wish for him 
success, and that he will malie 
the Idnd of man his family and 
country may well be proud of. 


Eastside War Chest 
Leadership Roster 

Has Been Completed 

Completion of the top leader- 
ship roster for the Eastside War 
Chest campaign this fall for 120 
war-related and home front 
health adn welfare causes was 
announced by Mrs. E. W. Rake- 
straw, chairman, last week at 
the general instruction rally 
luncheon in the Biltmore Hotel 
Ballroom, at which time key 
leaders of all residential areas 
included in the Los Angeles ap- 
peal were guests of P. G. Win- 
nett, who is again over-all cam- 
paign chairman. 

AccempoaTing Mrs. Raka- 
"straw to the luncheon sassioa 
war* h«r two vica^chaitinan. 
Mrs. . Jesaphlaa Brown and Mrs. 
Cloudio Munferd. and three of 
hor fiva celonals. The latter 
iadnded Mrs. Jassio C. Groy- 
■ett< prOTiensIy announced as 
colonel of division 80; Mrs. 
IroBco C. Boiw, eno of last 
toot's liontonaats. who has 
ggiaod to hood division Sl^ 
tiiia ■f^ai, oBd Wflllam H. 
Byrd. who has a c c ap t ad tha 
rasponsiblUtr of loading divi- 
aioa ta. 


$. P. Johnson fe 
Sued for Divorce On 
A Charge of CrueUy 


Charging her .husband with ex- 
treme cruelty ^d alleging that 
he has struck her without provo- 
cation on many occasions, caus- 
ing her eiabarrasing bodily in- 
juries about the face and ;urms, 
Mrs. Annabelle Johnson this 
week filed a complaint for di- 
vorce in the superior court, nam- 
ing as dcffendant her husband, 
S. P. Johnson Jr., son of a promi- 
nent family of this city, 
bf— RESTRAINED 


Mrs. Johnson's attorney, David 
W. Williams, also obtained an 
ordier of court restraining her 
husband from visiting her or as- 
saulting her further pending the 
trial. The couple were married 
in Yuma, Ariz., iii 1941 and sepa- 
rated last September, according 
to the complaint, but in spite of 
the separation, the husband con- 
tinued to visit ahd molest his 
wife. 

Mrs. Johnson! attractive and 
popular member of the younger 
set, asks for reasonable alimony, 
a division of the community 
property and $150 fee for her 
attorney. 


Southern University 
Hears James Faustine 


Scotlandville, La. (SUNS) — 
James G. Faustina, Specialist 
in Health Education, U. S. Public 
Health Service, has arrived at 
Southern University to conduct 
a week-long sympwsium on ven- 
ereal disease, through lectures 
and special workshop groups. 
Acc6mpanying Mr. Faustina is 
Miss Ruth Watson, assistant in 
Health Education, also of the U. 
S. Public Health Service, who 
will give lecture's on malaria. 
This service is being made avail- 
able to state teacher-training in- 
stitutions, without charge, by 
the U. S. Public Health Depatt- 
ment, according to President F. 
G. Clark. 


Post-War Building 
For Wilberiorce U. 

A grant of $928,000 to Wllber- 
force University lor a Post-War 
Building Program was requested 
in a repHDrt submitted by the 
Inter-University Council of the 
State of Ohio to the Ohio Post- 
War Program Comm^on. Wil- 
berforce is one of the six institu- 
tions of higher learning In Ohio 
included in the proposed alloca- 
tion of funds by the Post-War 
Program. This amount with an 
additional $355,000 already ap- 
propriated for building purposes 
by the Legislature, totals $1,283,- 
000 lor the University's building 
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^lUGENT WOKKEB — Mrs. 

^. B. Strickland, famed pioneer 
Christian work^, president of 
ithe Mbry Church Terrell Be- 
Ipublican Club ot Pasadena, and 
'member of the Advisory Board 
of The Gamer. Center, Pasa- 
dena, C^lif., has worked diU- 


gently wltti tiie Bevierend Mr. 
Oeorgo Gamer since the f onnd- 
ing at the M n s 1 e Research 
Center ten years ago. 

Mn. ^trlcldand is one of tiie 
fuitttBf lifhts Of the Center, 
al(mg with Mrs. Anna BrnpUste, 
President Emeritus of the or- 
ganizati«Ni. 



Annual Alpjha Kappa 
Alphp Conjerence To 
Be Held inj Berkeley 

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\ LOS ANGELE^, (NPB). — Ap- 
ifroximktely 30 women repre- 
slenting three chapter of Alpha 
Kappa lAlpHa, national college 

sjsterholod of Negro women, left 
tfiis week to attend the 14th An- 
nual conference of the Far West- 
elm Regional meet of the sorcK-- 
ity at Berkeley, California. The 
conference dates have been set 
fbr July 28, 2& stnd 30th in the 
Associated Studehts Building on 
tbe canjpus of the University of 
California. ' 

Prominently identified among 
the local contingent who will gC 
Heard during tl^e tri-day meet 
^re: Ursula Adaifis, past regional 
directoit; Mrs. Manila Smith, re- 
gional director; i Dr. Vada Som- 
merville, chairm|in otthe region- 
•ai public affairs' committee; Au- 
drey Boswell Jones .Baseleuse, 
graduate chapter Alpha Gamfna 
Omega; Josephine Marshall, 
Baseleiise undergraduate chap- 
ter at lil.C.L.A.; and Benzell Gra- 
ham, Baseleuse undergraduate 
qhapierj Sigma at U.S.C. 
; Therne of the confab will be 
the Relktion of the Three Fronts. 
One Cause, Youth, Health and 
Education. A high point on the 
igenda will be the model initi- 
ation of three pledges. The pled- 
ges, all of this "city, are, Atty. 
Martha Williams, Mrs. Juaijita 
ijiemmons, organist at the Neigh- 
btorhood Church and teacher in 
t|ie putjlic schools; arid Mrs. Zel- 
rlia Marsh, teacher in the public 
Schools] . . 

JThe Fat Western Region Is 

mpri^ed of the Pacific Coast 
sjtates and Arizona. Teh chapters- 
comprise its menlbefshlp. Others 
attending the i conference at 
Berkeley 1 n c 1 ti d e Mesdames 

ortense Alw>!ne, ' 'Elizabeth 
Cfraig, Gwendolyn Siminons, Car- 
ol Boswell, Lucille Gibbs, Ber- 
ijice BarnuBi, Euvaida Jvlorris, 
ind the Misses e<OT4ne Jones; 
Mary Coleman, GlorisuFord, Jes- 
sie Maje Brown, Edythe'K. Owens, 
Carmeiitta White, and Zenobia 
|llen. jAt the clos^ of the ites- 
Sions Saturday night, the dele- 
fates will be entertained with a 
semi -formal dan^ce giyen by the 
Sanobar social dub. This will 
be followed by a cocktail party 
given by the Pan-Hellenic Asso- 
iatioii. . 

est Side^Rbsident 
fed Dejegaie To 
locrat Convratiori 

I Hal Styles, i Democratic 

^ominee for Congress in the 

5th jCongressioital Di^rict, who' 

efeajted Congressman John 

io in the |>rimary, strewed 

"aiitildiscrimlnation'' in' h 1 a 

ign. Deplpring racial pte-. 

pudlc^, he pledged himself to 

pghti discrimination of Negroes 

jat every turn. 

■^oday, as hisf first fullfl^lmeot 
of th4t pledge, fee appointed Mrs. 
Lydii Wilson, a Negro of 1^3 
[West] 35th street, to be a Dele- 
gate to the Demiocratic State Ccm- 
ventijon, meetinig in Sacramento 
fn August 12th. '. 

It iias l>een intimated there are 
as many as 300 .ways in whldi 
one nian's fingers can differ 
froni those oi anyone else in 
the jworld. 


Your Health 


A DUECT NOTICE TO MOTHERS 
WHO EXPECT BABIES SOON 
By Dr. SormonrH^ XaufnoB 
KnuniBont Bbysician & Snrgeon 
of IM N. Son rodro St. 
' VA. 0211 
We observe quite readily that 
"brother stork" is busy these 
days, we find that it is neces-" 
sary-for timely discussion on in- 
structions for expectant mothers. 
On your first visit to your doc- 
tor it will be necessary for the 
doctor to have a complete record 
of your previous illnesses in 
order that' lie. may take precau- 
tion against possible complica- 
tions, so do not<t>e reluctant to 
give the doctor every bit of ^in- 
formation that he desires. If pos- 
sible, a <»mplete general phys- 
ical examination will be made at 
the first visit Also it will be 
necessary to take a blood speci- 
men for a pre-natal examination 
and a urine specimen. This blood 
specimen is required by law as a 
protective measure to enhance 
protection of the newcomer and 
protect the mother. It is advis- 
able . that you make appoint- 
ments in advance for subsequent 
visits to the doctor In order to 
avoid unnecessary trips in event 
that the doctor is called away. 
If at any time you notice any 
unusual symptoms or you do 
not* feel well no matter how 
trivial the question is, write it 
down MO that you will not for- 
get -It. Regular examinations of 
your urine are exceedingly im- 
portant' for often many disorders 
whiich sometimes develop during 
thisperiod are detected by irreg- 
ularities in the urine. 

If, at any time, the following 
does occur, report immediately 
to the doctor: 
l^Bleedihg. Go to bed at once. 

Do not take any medicine. 
2— Rupture oMrag-of -water. This 
is. evidenced by a sudden un- 
controllable gush of fluid. ' 
3 — Persisting vomiting. 
4— Reduction in the amount of 

urine. ' 

5— Continuous headaches. 
6-— Unusual swelling of feet, the 

hands and face. 

7--Severe abdorfiinal or pelvic 

cramps. j 

In oiur next column we Will. 

discuss the general habits and 

exercise for the expectant mother. 


1« Southland Youtl|s 
Are Trnnlng At The 
Great Lakes Station 



Eighteen California men are 
receiving; their initial naval in- 
doCtrinatioh at the U.-S. Naval 
Training Center, Great Lakes, 
Illin<^ 

Their. .'Txwf training consists 
of instruction in seamanship, 
military drill and general naval 
•procedure. During this period a 
series of aptitude tests will be 
talcen by the recruits to determ- 
ine whether they' will be as- 
signed to a Naval Service School 
or to' imniediate active duty at 

'TImIs lociult ImlnliiB' otai' 
jiriU apopd 
•f lo«vai «t hofBO. 

^ G..KMC. 16. 

B. Tan- 
Wk, It. Oanaco If. CriiV' 2X 
Cor. n. AMnur fltSk- 
Heb«l MDL it, Otis 
It, Edwo^ Gbw* 28. 
Uh«t Vanrr. It. SdEBBBdO' Ana- 
tta..as. Mmtj L-ikiyantr Ai 


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Negm Cadet liiuies 
F6rm The Basis F(Nf 
Future HeaMi^oik 


WASHINGTON, D.C— Many of 
the leaders in the field of pro- 
will come from the 434 young 
women now enrolled in five col- 
legiate schools of nursing, the 
U.S. Public Health Service, Fed- 
eral Security Agency,, announced 
tills week. These young wonv^n, 
as members of the U. S. Cadet 
Nurse Corps, will receive a good 
basis for preparation tor admin- 
istrative, supenisory and duca- 
tionsil positions in the nursing 
field, the Public Health Service 
said. Theirs will be the resptm- 
sibility of providing the Negro 
nursing profession with ah ade- 
quate supply of exi>erienced in- 
structors and supexvis(ss. - 

The five collegiate schools of 
nursing — John A. "Andrew Mem- 
orial School for Kurses, Tuske- 
gee Institute, TJuskegee, Ala.; 
Dillard University; New Orleans, 
La.; Mebarry School of Nursing, 
Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn. 
Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va., 
and St Phillips School of Nurs- 
ing, Richmond,* Va.,*— offer four 
and one-half to five-year courses 
of collegiate and professional 
work leading to a bachelor . of 
science' d|egree In nursing. 



; By [Cecil G.i Mchityrc 

In niy 'traveils ttirough Bronze- 
ville, I have found something 
very interesting — a young gent 
working all alone and keeping 
his: secret to himself. I gradually 
squeezed a.n interview from him 
after no small amount of persua- 
sion, and this is wlhat I found 
out. 

Mr. Gordon H. Shepp^rd 
(known to his friends as Shepp) 
iS; ia man we should have met 
lohg ago. Coming to this qity 
from Chicago 23 years ago, he 
has had 18 years' experience as 
a film technician (trick photog- 
raphy), worked on many of the 
outstanding pictures produced in 
Hollywood, and has had a hand 
in about every Negro film that 
has been made here. 

Being a man of a tlirtfty na- 
ture and sober habits, he has 
saved his money and temporarily 
retired from Hollywood to go in- 
to another field hoping to satisfy 
you as he has satisfied Holly- 
wood and his unknown public. 
We may l>e sure that this can be 
accomplished, iiecause this young 
man besides having a very pleas- 
ant and winning personality, has 
as good a business ~head as any- 
one in these parts. Starting out 
demonstrating autos, he later ob- 
tained experience in photography 
and darkroom work from the iad' 
vertising angle and from tJi4rc, 
step by step, lie climbed upward- 
untU he became the top-fBght 
race cameraman of 'HoUjrwood. 

This new venture; is in the na 
ture of a night club and cock- 
tall lounge of such exceptional 
beauty and smartness as to daz- 
zle the imagination. No expense 
has been spared in equipping aaid 
decorating this dream l^lace and 
it is destined to become the 
mecca of all pleasure seekers 
throughout the Southland, It 
would take w book to describe 
this marvel of beauty, but tiiis 
'is what the writer was able to 
see after successfully maneuver- 
ing a peek into the place during 
building operations. I 

Situated in a large buildingi in 
the heart of BronzeviUe, one fipt 
coipes into a spacious cocktail 
lounge which has a inagnificwit 
and artistically contoured bar 
that is indeed a masterpiece. 
Thiere is also room for many 
tables to accommodate a large 
number of people. A wealth of 
mirrors %dom the walls, enhanc- 
ing the beauty and genial 
smartness of the room. 

We leave the lounge and are 
escorted to other smaller rooms, 
each of a different color scheme. 
These rooms are for small par- 
ties who wish to have their din- 
ner served privately. On anotEer 
floor approached by a modern- 
istic, cturved stairway, we come 
into the cabaret* that is truly an 
expression of clever design and 
artistic taste. Although incom- 
rilete, one may get an adequate 
idea of it's splendor. The walls 
are done 'in pale green flirted 
sateen, set off by soft lights of 
ttie same color, which truly give 
the place a heavenly atmosphere. 

All this is Mr. Sheppard's own 
design, which is ai living testi- 
monial of his talent and abUlty. 
Being qentrally located, tliis beau- 
ty' spot is easUy accessible to 
both Hollywood and the city 
proper, and a shrewd guess is 
tfatat the Hollywood patrons will 
attempt to keep it well populated. 
This palace of fun, in all pik>b- 
abjllty, will be a number one on. 
the hit parade of all merrymak- 
eri, and be on all visitors' "mtist 
list" while in the city. It is 
equipped throughout with both 
air conditioning and public .ad- 
dress systems, enabling the pa- 
trons to enjoy comfort and hear 
ttie entertahunent In any. part of 
the bufldtag. [\- ] \ j 

Be sure to watcif 'f<a:itiie^!W 
nouncement of the opening and 
make your reservations early as 
they will svuody be «bld out ia no 
time at aU. i 


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Xiag, Jx. 21J MaOu aty; 
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load; Olaa Bfoeks. Jt; It. Oak- 
load; William E. Edw«BdU2. 
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The People'^ Paper 
Plans to Publish An 


More frequently than we have 
wanted to, we have had to post- 
pone th« dttte <tf ipuUication of 
our 65th Anniversary edition. 
Shortages in newsprint and 
manpower have played havoc 
with our intentions, hut the An- 
niversary Edition will make its 
appearance in the veiy near fu-, 
turfti - 

Then? are a' few pages left for 
our advertisers and we plan to 
accept copy during the next few 
we^ so tliat we can begin to 
set the pages up. CJiurches, so- 
cial and civic organizations 
should send copy for the Ann!- 
ver^uy issue in as soon as pos- 
sible in order to get choice space. 
Tba snbaeriptioif eoatpaiga 
wbjieh is the vital part of tbo 
dzivo will centlniM natU at 
iMBrt lOMO now subscribors 
hcrva bami atgaod. Our an- 
doovor to bnild a atresg poo- 
plo'B popor bos boon saceoas- 
ful to the wetoat that wv have 
tho most ropr ea a a totivo list of 
nodars west of tbo Boddos. 
The struggles ot create a per- 
manent FEPC, the fight against 
racial discrimination, the work 
of 1)uilding a strong post-war 
world, and the campaign to re- 
elect Franklin D. Roosevelt are 
some of the tasks which we have 
set for ourselves in the next few 
months. 
Help Noedod 

Your support in participating 
in our Anniversary Edition and 
In becoming a subscriber are the 
ammunition we must use if we 
are to win our fight 


90 Day Dog leish 
Law Shaws Results 


^HB^ first wedt of opwation, 
the 9Q-day dty leteh law has' 
resulted in a drop in the numberT 
of reported dog bites and avoided • 
a possible rabies epidemic Dr.« 
George M. Uhl, City Health Ofltt- • 
cer, announced yesterday. '^ -■ 

"Four rabid dogs of the fiuietii 
type were found during the , 
week," Dr^ Uhl said, " but are, 
reported to have bitten no per*-* 
sons pr other dogs. The leastr 
law is to be credited for Iceep^. 
ing healthy pets out of the rea<di 
of these animals and baiting the" * 
spread ot this fatal disease." v. 


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Want a Wife, Husband or 
Sweetheart? Write Central 
Letter Clnb, P. O. Box 1631, 
lios Angles 53, Calif. E^icloee 
Stamp for reply. 



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$10,000 cash for your homob 
SeU It to me. I nae 5 tele- , 
phones; tliis la the maiB. 
phone: WE. 8975. 






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Be still, my heart/ 

Why flutter at the mere mention of sorrows that may 

come? 

Only shadows, are they, of realities that can never be — 

For / stand, resolutely, here, 

Betvoeen you ...and them. 


QVSIM UmSK JACKSON 
TtrtA MOTMXa 

. .Mn. Lctha McDaniels was en- 
tertained, recently, with a birth- 
day party, given by her daugh- 
ttr, Queeii Esther Jackaon. A 
nmptuoas buffet dinner was 

iMived to the following guests: 

jThe Clinton Sherrods, George 

!jj«tan>, Richard Colemans, Clar- 
ence Jacicsons, Joe Henrys and 

I J. Henrys, of Houston, Texas; 

[McMlames Anna Stockes, Lucy 
Mims, Alene Henry, Magnolia 

.?lMter, Ruby Can-, Susie Hodge 
tMt Rene Hilson, of Detroit; 
IfiBses Melba Lee Keys, Cloret- 
ta Sima, WiUie Mae Moore, Mag- 
^e London; and Messrs. Julius 

[inwn and Otis Mims. 

A WISDnrC AKD AN 
JUnnTKMAST -V 

On August the ninth, Phyllis 
llaudine Kelson will become the 
bride of Sergeant Ernest Gilbert 
Helleway, at the St Phillips 
Xptteopal Church, following 
wbich a reception will be held 
tm the couple at the swank Villa 
Arlington Club. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Britt, of 
lae West 37th Street, enter- 
tained a few guests, last Sunday 
alt«noon, In celebration of their 
tliltty>third wedding anniver- 
sary. 

nnsAsoNs return from 

QUan LODGE SEJttlON 

Mr. and Mrs. J. B-Frierson, of 
Pasadena, returned from the 
Grand Lodge session of the Ma- 
sons which met in Oakland, and 
iihmedlately hied themselves 
away tea a restful wiek at Lake 
Sliinere. 
MOPLTS BQUAUTT LEAGOE 

celebrating their first Bien- 
nial Anniversary with a grand 
soiree at the Music Arts Build- 
ing on Sunday evening, July 
30th. the People's Equality 
League will»have as one of their 
gacits of honor, Mrs. Cecil Ra- 
mirez, ex-City Tennis Champion, 
and winner of- 28 trophies. Ted, 
LeBerthon, widely read column- 
iat, will be the principal speaker 
of the evening, and Ollie Mc- 
Donald, dramatic tenor, will ren- 
der musical numbers. 
BtBSSBS EVENTING . . . 

Congratulations to Mesdames 
Earline $haw, Katherlne Lee and 
rayc liteGriff, who are antici- 
pating tjie arrival of Mr. Stork 
in tiM^next few months. Also to 
Mrs. Mary Lewis, the proud 
mother of a fine baby girl . . . 
Thia one slipped up on me . . . 
As I didn't know the little angel 
had arrived until the other day. 
WILSONS ENTERTAIN GUESTS 

Mr. and Mrs. James Atchin- 
Km, of Sacramento, accompanied 
by their intended daughter-in- 
law, from Detroit, ari-jved in Los 
Angeles, as houseguests of Mr. 
and Mrs. H. B. Wilson of 1415 


SYSTEMS 

Xumr 

TAXES 


BOOKKEEPING 
SERYICi 


A. HARTLEY JONES 

Aeco uHtMi t aad Avditor 
Ml, 4*1« S. Central Ave. 

AOamiinS 


East 49th Street Mr. Atchlnson 
is an employee of the city of 
Sacramento. Many social cour- 
tesies have been planned for ttie 
visitors. 
OrERA SINGER SCORES 

Mme. Lillian Evanti literally 
"stole the show" as thousands 
cheered her at the American Ne- 
gro Music Festival in Chicago, 
St Louis and Detroit She was 
superb in the grand aria from 
La Traviata, which she sang in 
costume. 
CHARMING VISITORS 

Mrs. Mildred Sorrell, of New 
Orleans, viife of Prof. E. W. Sor- 
rell, Who is now studying at 
Northwestern University in Chi- 
cago, is visiting in the city for 
an indefinite period of time; and 
Mrs. Ann Robinson, of Houston, 
Texas, will visit in Los Angeles 
for the next thirty days. Both 
charming visitors, socialites 
from their respective home 
towns, are guests of Los Ange- 
les' own popular matron, Mrs. 
Leontyne King, who is seeing to 
it that they miss none of the 
interesting spots in our fair city. 
ETHEL DAVIS WEDS 

Ethel Davis of 1124 East 25th 
Street, who is captain of the 
McKinley Carver unit of the Wo- 
men's Ambulance and Defense 
Corps of America, was quietly 
married to John F. Smith, a short 
time ago, in the Wedding Manor 
on Hooper Avenue. This column- 
ist extends best wishes for a 
long life of happiness to these 
newlyweds. 
GARDEN FESTIVAL 

On Saturday, July 29th, from 
12:00 noon until 5:00 p.m., the 
Stella Marls Auxiliary is spon- 
soring its Second Annual Bene- 
fit Garden Festival at the Stella 
Maris House, 2321 South Flg- 
ueroa. A delicious luncheon will 
be served, followed by a musical 
program which has been ar- 
ranged by Mrs. Leiland Ather- 
ton Irish. There will be many 
other enjoyable features. 
NEWS FLASHES... 

Actress Lena Home leaves the 
city, Sunday, to fill an engage- 
ment at a swank night spot in 
Chicago. 

Doctor Henry A. McPherson, 
now of the U. S. Army, in town 
for a short yistt with^his wife 
and baby. 

Count Basie, in town lor an 
engagement *at the Orpheum 
Theatre, will be one of the guest 
artists to appear on the Jazz 
Concert at the Philharmonic on 
Sunday afternoon. Get your tic- 
kets now! 

Students of the Dance will wel- 
come the announcement that the 
incomparable Katherlne Dun- 
ham will teach a special class 
in Primitive Rhythms at the 
;Dave King Studios, from August 
1st to 10th. Interested persona 
should register without delayT 

Mrs. Howard H. Allen, charm- 
ing vWfe of the physician, off to 
the South American country of 
Peru. 

WeU, ni sign off now ... but 
Tm just wondering why some 
of my friends don't let me in on 
what they're doing . . . would 
just I6ve to talk about it through 
thise columns . . . 'Bye. 

Ladies' Social 
Club Entertained 




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Penonally — 24 Hoar Service 
Mlto Can (SpMUOy) VA. 0211 
TMa mtante, tt yoa dim't feel 
weB, a de etor will be at yow 
hano fea !• mtanrtea. Any time 
tmlmt ilgM or day. Call the 
Doctor now. VA. «ZU. 


The Ladies Social Sewing Club 
was entertained at the home of 
Mrs. Josephine Montgomery, on 
July 19, at 5440 Holmes street 

Mrs. Alice Mariott of Kansas 
City, Kfinsas, who is here visit- 
ing her sister, Mrs. Marie Win- 
frey, secretary of the club, was 
present and gave some lntere;st- 
Ing remariu. 

Mrs. Bessie Nash will enter- 
tain tlie club in her home, 5440 
Holmes 'street, August 2, 1940. 

Club officers are: Miss Augus- 
tine Parker, president; Mrs. Ma- 
rie Winfrey, secretary; Mrs. 
Georgia L. Robinson, treasurer; 
and Mrs. Willie B. Bennett re- 
porter. I 


WILL STUDY ABItOAI>— Mrs. riUda Allen, charming wife of 
Dr. Howard H. Allen, left the city last Thursday, July 20th, to 
attend the sommer sessifon at the [University of San Marquis in 
lima. Pern. Mrs. Allen Is a teacher in the Ix>8 Angeles public 
schools, and popular In Los Angeles' social s^. 


Attorney and Mrs. David Williams 
Entertained At a Bridge 'Luncheon 


BylffiiliyandFrlemb 

Mr& and^Mrs. RufOa Bell, of 
Dallas, TeiSks, w^o are vidting 
in LoE Angelea, iiave been roy- 
ally entntained 1^ relatlvM and 
friends.; ;■ , Hf ■ 

Mr. and Mrit :R. C Bidl, tS. 
East Adams boulevard, enter- 
tained, them With' an informal 
dinner party at the Clifton. Mr. 
and Mrs, Avery olTSSth place, en- 
tertained with % pokeno party, 
in honor of .^^e^'visitorsi 

Miak Cor«b>va i^tkina alab en- 
tntained the vttitota with a 
beach party at Venic^ and Ocean 
Park beaches,^and Mta. Vsa Fe- 
lix and Mrs^ A^die S^rrd of 1121 
East 11th street, en^itained the 
couple with an elabbrate buffelt 
dinner C^":''-,- ;' ■ 

The line of partlea go ' <hi and 
on, as Mr. and I^s. Johnson, en- 
tertain With a snack supper; 
Mrs. Kathleen Jones of 19^ So. 
Mariposa entertain with a din- 
ner, and Mrs. Prather, 3578 Bud- 
long fete the ^f^\jat» with a 
breakfast j ' 

Mr. and MrsL Bell. h|[|>py over 
such gracious hoipitaBty,> are 
most grateful and appreciate to 
all who helped to make their 
stay such an enjoyable one in 
our city. 





Detroit Yisilers 
Guests of Aunt 

Mrs. Eddie Benson and her 
daughter, JanMs Etta, of Detroit, 
Michigan are vaca.tloning lor 
five weeks with their aunt, M9. 
Joetu Roy of 933 East 41st- 
Pla^. Mrs. Roy and her niece 
are reunited after a period of 
24 yean.. \ i-'ik.- 

The goeita artived last Wed- 
nesday and are very much im- 
pressed by^ our fair city. They 
were feted by their tmcle, Mr. 
Ode Baker and his daughter. 
Mrs. Willie J. Dennard, of 1536 
East 33rd Street with a lovely, 
dinner partly. 


Feted at a brilliant bridge 
luncheon in the gardens iof the 
home of Attorney and Mrsj David 
W.* Williams on South Serrano 
avenue last Saturday were Mrs. 
Georgia Brawley of Atlanta, Ga., 
and Mrs. Portia Trenholm of 
Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Brawley 
is the wife of the president of 
Clark College and the sister of 
Attorney Williams, while Mrs. 
Trenholm is the wife of the pres- 
ident of Alabama State College 
and a cousin of the host. 
«— bf— use STUDENTS 


Both ladies came to the coast 
to pursue summer studies at the 
University of Southern Califor- 
nia. 

Included in the 4A guests were 
Mesdames Pocahontas White- 


man, Eli^beth Hill, Delia Wil- 
liams, Clarissa Matthews, An- 
tQinette Atkinson, Ethel Atkin- 
son, Cla*a Scruggs, Mabel Hurd, 
Ethel Maddox, Dorothy Howard, 
F^lorence Robinson, Ruth Towles, 
Inez Davis, Stella Lee. 

I P a u M y n Gamer, Josephine 
Stnith, Vivian Dunning, Tyler 
Mae Williams, F a y e Griffith, 
Beulah Wyndon, Ellen Garrett, 
Willa Bee Jolinson, Ursula Pruitt, 
Marcia Fortier, Pearl Smith, Na- 
dine Hicks, Mildred Hawkins, 
Vera Clark, Laura Fowler, Ella 
Matthews, Clothilda W-oodard, 
Louise Matthews, Bemiee Bar- 
riimi, Helen G a r r o 1 1, Betty 
Vaughn, Louise Robinson, Doro- 
thy Priestly, Alma Forttme and 
Amy Gllmore. 


Baby ShQwer 

Honors Mrs. $liaw 

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A group of social workers gave 
a baby shower luncheon at the 
beautiful home of Edna Coma- 
thiere, honoring Mrs. Earline 
Shaw. The menu was elegantly 
planned by Katherlne Dixon and 
Carroll Boswell. 

Other guests who helped make 
the Saturday afternoon enjoya- 
ble for the mother-to-be included 
the following: Elzora Jones, 
Donna French, Elizabeth Craig, 
Coretha Jackson, Helen Hudson, 
Patricia Sims and Corrine Ashby. 


Mrs. Foster Entertains 
Guest it Luncheon! 




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Mrs. Helen Watkins, popular 
society matron, has returned 
from the hospital and is now 
resting at her home in surbur- 
ban I/omita. ffl ffl 


KNIGHTS OF 
PYTHIAS 

FACanC I<ODOK If o. 1 

OoneMaea 4. Ji 
Chaaeder 
MMb tad and 4th Wedaeeday, 
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AS ettato ani Oat«r-Stote 
Pyfliiaos lavl^ta vlstt aad 
afflHate wftt aa. ^ 

Write er PImmm .^ 
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Mrs. Mattie J. HoUiday, of San 
Francisco, who is now Visiting in 
the southern part of 'the state 
and in Arizona, and is the house- 
guest of Mrs, Sarah M. Hendrix, 
was entertained with a lovely 
luncheon last Tuesday, at the 
home of Mrs. M. L. Foster, H29Vi 
South Hobart bovdevard. 

Others sharing' the courtesy 
were Mrs. Ossie Harrison, Mrs! 
Sarah M. Hendrix, and Mrs. Bes- 
sie McCollum. 


Olcialiomans Ylslt 
In Los Angeles 

Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hibler, of 
Muskogee, CHcla., are now in Los 
Angeles visiting with their son, 
Julius C. Hibler, and Rev. Hib- 
ler's brother, Malmore Hibler, at 
989 East 42nd place. They are 
also visiting with the sister of 
Rev. Hibler, Mrs. Annie Lee 
aark, at 3204 Griffith avenue. 

Rev. Hibler wishes [to extend 
gratitude to his ihany friends, 
whom he has m^ since arriving 
in Los Angeles, for the many 
courtesies extended. Up and Mrs. 
Hibler expect to visit many of 
the cities and points of interest 
on tlie Pacific coast before re- 
turning to their home. 



In answer to the numerous in- 
quiries aiwut last week's news, 
we plead not guilty. Here is what 
happened in our third Annual 
Women's Pair Regional. Mar- 
garet Hale-Louisa Roan won this 
important game with 193 Vz 
match points. Second, Gene C. 
Campbell- Viola Henry, 1^8% . 
Third, Julia Scott-Easter Sanford, 
171; fourth. Dr. Darthuia ■ Mat- 
thews-Julya Asbery, 169; filth, 
Elinor Floyd-Susie Hall, 164; 
sixth. May Denton- Blanche 
"Woods, 161; seventh, Agnes Beal- 
Lena Brewer, 155 Vi ; eighth, Irene 
G. Hall-Claudia Hilbura, 154 Vj; 
ninth, Beatrice Reeves-Lucille 
Mack, 151; tenth. Magnolia Lee- 
Ann Daniels, 146^^. 

Eleventh, Geneva Wallace-Ger- 
trude Settle, 141; twelfth, Caro- 
lyn Manuel-Irene Beize, 139; thir- 
teenth, Lucille Dunn-Capitola 
Robinson, 131; fourteenth, Edna 
Crain-Bemice Lee, 117 '/4. 

At this writing, the Third An- 
nual Men's Pair Regional is in 
session. The top-rarfking men 
players of the Angel City are em- 
ploying all th^ wit and bridge 
strategy at their command to de- 
t e r m i n e just who is to be 
crowned G.W.B.A. Champion for 
1944-45. All are invited to par- 
ticipate in our weekly city games 
Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at the 
club house, 105 East 54th street, 
ADams 5946. 


Daffodil GirisFetei 
Witli Gay Dinner Party 

I I ;; ■ i / . 

The husbands, brothers and 
boy friends of the Daffodil Girls 
Club entertained the club girls 
at the beautiful home of Mr. and 
Mrs. William P. Heath, 4241 
Woodlawn Avenue, recently. 

The table jwas laid with a 
white linen cloth and the center- 
piece was formed of beautiful 
spring flowers. 

A chicken dinner, with all the 
trimmings, was served, as well 
as highballs and cocktails of 
every description. 

Guests at the occasion were 
members of the State Guard and 
some fine sailors. The Daffodil 
Girls are very grateful to the 
boys for such a pleasant evening, 
which will not soon be forgotten. 

On July 2, the club met at the 
home of Mrs.: Laura Washington, 
1450 East 43rd Place. The house 
was decorated in patriotis col- 
ors, and the affitir turned out to 
be a pre- birthday party in honor 
of Mrs. Willie Smith, whoae 
birthday was July 4. 

On July 9, the club met at the 
home of Mrs. Louise Whiting. A 
delightful evening was enjoyed 
by all. The next club meeting 
will be at the home of Minnie 
Beatty, 724 Elast 33rd Street Mrs. 
Laura Washihgton is club presi- 
dent; Mrs. Ollie McCoy, 260^ E. 
45th Street, teorresponding secre- 
tary, and Corella Hunt, reporter. 


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The public in inVited by thci 
Benjamin J. Bowie Auxiliary of 
the .j^merican Legicm No. 228 to 
attend tlteir aiuiuali' installation 
tea, Sumlay, Ji^ 39, 2 to 6:30, 
pjn. at flie tSki HallJ 

All ^ccellent program has been- 
arranged.. Twenty-six boys from 
Birmingham Hospital liave beeni 
invited as special guests of the 
atDdllaiy. Admission by iflv«' 
offering. 



Les Petite Social Club 
Held Meeting Sunday Last 

The Les Petite Madames Club 
met at the home of Mrs. Mary 
Louise Ashford, 214 East Vernon 
avenue, July 23. All the mem- 
bers were present, including Mrs. 
Louise Ateman, president; Le- 
veme WUliams, vice pdesident; 
Ruth Lindsey, secretary; Thelma 
Jean Frambro, treasurer; Patty 
Ruth Mack, business manager; 
Mildred MUes, critic; Clara BeU 
Wofford, . reporter; and Willa 
Mae Taylor and Marie Calup. . 

Following one h6ur of busi- 
ness, a lovely plate lunch was 
served by the hostess. After 
lunch, the girls played several 
hands of contract bridge. Mrs. 
Leveme Williams and Mrs. Thel- 
ma Jean Frambro tied for first 
prize. 

The next meeting will be with 
Mrs. Louise Ateman, president, 
at her home, 651 East 38th st 
Oarabelle Wofford, reporter. 


Mrs. Leona Ellis, 2081 West 
Third street, last week had as 
her guest of honor Mrs. Mable 
Turner of Oakland, Califomji, 
Who has been her bosom friend 
from childhood, On a massively 
carved table, graced with a basic 
White table cloth that was over- 
laid with one of delicate yellow 
lace, Mrs. L. Ellis placed a sump- 
tuous repast, an elaborate buf- 
fet luncheon, in the midst of a 
wall of yellow gladiolas and at- 
tractive stocks. Both the dainties 
and the topics of conversation 
were of the choicest bits. 

The other guests who joined 
Mrs. Ellis at her invitation to do 
honor to Mrs. Turner were Mrs. 
Mary T. Dreer of St. Louis, Mo.; 
Mrs. W. U. Carter of St. Louis, 
Mo.; and the following from Los 
Angeles: Mrs. M. T. Dodge, Mrs. 
Matti& S. Nelson, Mrs. Lettye 
Bevef%, Mrs. NeUl McQana- 
han, Mrs. Jane Hudson, Mrs. 
Zora Williams, Mrs. E. Nicker- 
son, Mrs. F. Vassel, Mrs. Liilu 
Dotson, Mrs. M. Thornton, Mrs. 
M. Housen, Mrs. Berta Brown, 
and Mrs. Sadie Ellis. 

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To M««f Friday j 

Notices to its 2,500 jnerabera 
were sent out today by the 
Screen Office Employees Guild 
for a special membership meet- 
ing to be held at KFWB Friday, 
July 28, to consider contract 
counter-proposals offered by the 
Motion Picture rPoducers Aaao- 
ciation. 


Hatlle MeDaaitil, movie star, ewrreatljr f ektared fai, *Vteee Tea 
Weat Away, are diowB In a Obiter nHMoent a* they se^ 
their pleasure while they nfiay ataiee Slr<| Stork has a trtp all 
planned ftw a visit to the Crawford maBse^ 

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University Cbaefi and Principal 
Ari Honored Guests at Breakfast 

Doora were thrown open Saturday morninr, July 22, 
to honored guests in the palatial home of Mr. and Mrs. 
McClint;on Davis, 2216 West 29th street. Gut flowers from 
the g«rden formed a beautiful setting. The delicious 
breakfast was given by Mias R. La Vonne Jackson, hostess, 
and Mrs. Bessie M. Davis, co- 
hoste^, and the aunt of Miss 
Jackson. Cards marked the 
places at the table. 

Sharing the honors were: A< W. 
Mumford, coach and associate 
profeisor of education of South- 
ern University,' Baton Rouge, La., 
who is now attending U.S.C; Ar- 
thur IE. Prince, principal, Wash- 
ington School,, who will receive 
his degr^ of ni- D. this summer 
at UAC; Mn. Mabel V. Rondon, 
C. B.; l^rs. Emma Blackwell, 
registered nurse; and Miss Ruth 
L. Khox, teacher in Washington 
School. 

Coach Mumford was the form- 
er teiacher of education of Miss 
Jackson who received her A.B. 
degr4e at Texas College in '36 
and Hvho is now a teacher in 
Washington School, serving as 
Sunday school superintendent, di- 
rectriss of the ch(Hr and soloist, 
leader of Girl /Scout Troop No. 2, 
and U.S.O. worker. Miss Jackscm 
is also aif actress, but she says 
teaching is much more interest- 
ing. She is contemplating flying 
to Chkago to J<fin her fiance who 
is a i>hysician there. 

The morning wa« spent chat- 
ting about the educational trends, 
the personalities of students, and 
the iileasant days spent at Texas 
College. 

MtiHiesota Visitors Are 
Vacationing tiere Li 

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Mrs. Anna Winfield and daugh- 
ter, Janet, of Duluth, Minnesota, 
are spending the summer at the 
home o f her sister, Mrs. Julia 
Minnes and Mrs. Gladys BetheL 
Many social events are being 
given In th^ honor. 

One of tlie outstanding events 
was a dancing party given Satp 
urday evening at Ralph Porter's 
Casa Rafael on /East Adams, 
where lifty 'guesU participated 
in the event? 

Mrs. WinCl^ld expects to visit 
In San Bernardino and <San 
Diego before returning home. 


Corpcfral Fields 
Ftirledghs Here 

Corporal Jameq Dwiald nelds 
was guest of Miss Lillian High- 
tower at the hcane of Mr. and 
Mrs. B. E. Fisher, 364 East Slst 
street, while on fbrlough from 
Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. 

Many social affairs were given 
by Miss Hightower; and many 
of his friends, for his entertain- 
ihcnt He returned to camp on 

July ao. 

Mrs. Fisher, an American war 
mother, spared no pains in mak- 
ing Corporal Fields' stay a pleas- 
ant one around the home. 



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Cadet Joseph H. Williams last 
SatuWay at Tuskegee, Alabama. 
The couple had met when both 
were students of Avlatrlx Willa 
Brown at the Coffey School of 
Aeronautics in Chicago. Miss 
Prince was accwnpanied on her 
trig to Tuskegee by her mothtt. 


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Blanche Gpo^gs, who recently*- received her Master 
esrree ia Social Work, has accepted > ptwition Jvith the 
loc^ personnel of the American Red ^Croijs. The young 
matron ia the first Negro social servicfe "worker to receive 
a paid position with the organization in this, city, though 
there are workerrin several eastern cities as well as 139 
paid Negro workers serving in the different theaters of 
-the 'war. Blanche plans for continuing her sei^fces with 

., the organization and taking part in the hu|:e rebuilding 
program on foreign shores after the war; So it*8 another 

- jitep forward for the gay young matron., . „ ... 

HEAI. SUCCESS ^^ ^ " ' ■ ' •' 

• The membership dance held 
.by the Jr.,CouncU of the NAACP 

Was a 6ig success, the different 

clubs 'round town are taking out 

blanket memberships every 
"week, not counting the individ- 
ual memberships that pour in. 

Just Judging &om the output of 

^J>ew membership cards, the 

, drive Is going over In a big way, 

but it so happens that the real 
J success of the drive is the actual 

addition of working members. 
' So don't just take out a mem- 
bership and call it quits, get 
,on some real time, and Attend 

the meetings. Believe me when 

1 say, they are definitely on 

the ♦'ball." Ike Adams' councU 

prexy presides every Friday 

night at the regular meeting 

held at the YMCA, so why not 

be on hand? 

TAKnfc rr east 

For the past week or two, gay 

soirefes nave been checked off 

the list in place of Weddings, 

luncheons ,and picnics which 

have taken the spot light. Of 

course thft Bob Carrols stole the 
/ show when they became Mr. and 

Mrs. on the 16th with nothing 
: but leading younger setters tak- 
: Ing part in the ceremony. The 

popular- young couple is honey- 
mooning in Mexico, and I un- 
derstand that they have a suite 

In oiie of the finest hotels the 

city has to offer. By the way, 
. iHidesmaids Maethilde Kenner 
'and Paulette Dejoie returned to 

the Angel city especially for the 

ceremony, then tool* a quick 

dash back to Seeley, where they 
• .are summer counciling ... 
i A week or two back, Jerry 
*iStewart was surprised out of her 


♦ wits (well almost), when her 
■wfriends showered her with gifts 
|fat a surprise birthday luncheon. 
IfThe affair was perfection, topped 
*:with birthday cake and the 
improper wnount of candles. On 
^hand were all of her deb friends, 
S^and they enjoyed a grand atter- 
"noon topped with a delightful 
'. repast. 
:•'. THE GREEKS 

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The two u^der gniSS chapters 
of the Alpha Kappa. Alpha Soror- 
ity have taken to picnlcing in 
a big way. Alpha Gamma Chap- 
ter held a back-yard frolic that 
i was- different and loads ■ of ^f un. 
Refreshments- included hot dogs, 
roasted over Jo Marshall barbe- 
cue pit, pop. and other odds and 
ends that add to an Eiffair of 
this type. By the way, the chap- 
ter is still . feeling pretty good 
over holding it recognition on 
tlve University campus. Other 
local Greek letter sororities for 
some Tesison or another haverft 
gained recognition on either the 
S.C. or UCLA campus ... 

Sigma chapter of the sorority 
held its social meeting under th# 
swaying trees of Griffitti Park, 
Sunday afternoon. Other soror-- 
ity members were invited to the 
affair . . . This week-end will 
find ihost of .the Alpha Women 
departing for the much talked 
about conference which is being 
held in Oakland. 

From all indications, the Frat 
men 'round town are weary-ing 
over their sisters taking the lime 
light completely, so they are 
slowly but surely becoming ac- 
tive again with the material that 
"Uncle Sam was kind enough to 
leave at home. See where the 
Alpha Delta Chapter of the Al- 
pha Fraternity held a pretty jam 
up meeting at the home of Car- 
ter Lewis last Sunday. New of- 
ficers include Jimmy Robinson, 
prexy, Arthur Trent, vice prexy, 
Jimmy Lewis, secretary, William 
Luke, corresponding secretary, 
Fred Lyle, treasurer, Carter Lew- 
is, sergeant-at-arms, Roy An- 
drews, parliamentarian, and 
Reverend Hamilton Bos well, 
chaplain. The social conunittee, 
headed by Jack Terry, has some 
big plans for the future. 
WELL! WELL! WELLI 

The lovely damsel recently 
sen 'round town with Gloria 
Tribble is none other than Bea- 
trice Woods, Glo's future sister- 
in-law. By the way, Bea is a 
graduate of Fisk University . . - 
Melonee Tenfple and Josephine 
Spearman are back from a pleas- 
ure jaunt up Frisco way. The 
debs had a gay time, but Jo 
says that the weather conditions 
up that way must go . , . Leola 



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— Pictured seated In the center : 
of a happy grooppfk Dr. Alaiit 
Leroy Locke of Washington,; 
S. C, wtio was lavishly enter- 


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Prldmy by his friend Dr. Isa- 
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The 62nd Annual Communl 
cation of the Golden State Grahd 
Chapter Order of Eastern Star 
California and Jurisdictiori, con- 
vened on July 16-18, 1944, in the 
city of Oakland, , Calif ornia, the 
sessions being held at.the Herb-j 
ert Hoover Junior High School^ 
33rd and West Streets. ^ - ! 

The divine services were held 
on Sunday afternoon, July 16) 
in the auditorium of the schdoli 
The Grand Chaplain of the Most 
Worshipful Sovereign Grand 
Lodge, Rev. F. D. ^Jaynas of San 
Francisco delivered the very 
timely sermon, "Take Off Thy 
Shoes." The Grand Lodge and 
Grand Chapter of Sorrows, com- 
memorating the departed of the 
Order, were held at 7:30 p.m. at 
the same place. 

The Grand Chapter opened its 
sessions at 9:30 a.m., Monday, 
July 17, with most^ beautifyl im^ 
pressive openin^""serviees. The 
Worthy Grand Matron, _Mrs. Viv- 
ian Osborne Marsh and the 
Worthy Grand Patron, , Herbert 
H. Lampkins, presided over tM 


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Th|e appointment of commit- 
tees I and the < official addresses 
of the Grand Matron and Grand 
Patron, and reports of the Crand 
Chapter and- Relief Secretaries 
^nd Treasurers ajnd various ofii- 
cers, was the business of the 
day, all departments showing a 
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A i public ■ inception, held in 
the evening at the Hoover Audi- 
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Ve^ iinterestirtg program was of - 
feredj. JThis vfas followed by a 
dance at the i Masonic Temple, 
30th and San j Pedro. 5 

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Beavers is also back in town, 
after a whirlwind trip to San 
Diego and Tijuana, where she 
definitely enjoyed herself , . .: 
Received word' fronr Maurice 
Jones, and the man about tovCTj 
will soon be home of furlough 
from Boot training . . .Clyde 
Coffee is already enjoying his 
leave, and will return to Great 
Lakes comes Monday . . . Hear 
that the object of Gloria Bailey'4 
affection is some lucky guy, 
down Diego way. If this is tru^ 
it means that a certain local 
gent has a broken heart, and 
that's the way dame rumor hai 
it at present . . .' Pfc. Edward 
Greenwood is playing to his 
hearts content in an army of- 
chestra down Texas way. By th^ 
by, John Kinloch, Pfc. if yoa 
please, is safe and sound some- 
where in England, and he seems 
to be enjoying the sights In that 
part of the world . . . Lt. Cato 
Robinson is seeing what Italy 
has to offer now, hoping he will 
get a better impression of the 
place than he got of Giro ... 

Cftd Doc stork is hovering over 
Priscilla (Rabi) Owens' chimney, 
any day now, the big event wilj- 
take place. Her better half is 
somewhere in France, so big 
brother Emile plans to be en 
haiid when the big event takes 
place . . . Speaking of new ad- 
ditions, Lt. and Mrs. Lacey (El- 
weis James), were blessed with 
a male bundle of joy . . . Sam- 
mie Gravely is keeping us .post- 
ed from Asbury Park, New Jer- 
sey, the former UCLAite writes 
that he is definitely living the 
life. By the way, the two new 
V-12S on the Bruin campus are 
creating quite a discussion 
among the summer seissioners. . 

When the choo choo pulled 
out for Chicago last Sunday, El- 
la Woods threw a farewell kiss 
to the Angel city. The gay 
school marm is forgetting read- 
in, writin, and rithmatic for a 
while, and plans to have a su- 
per time, while seeia^ what thfe 
big cities have to offer. Hef 
twin sis, Eva, is remaining in 
the city until she takes her 
teachet's exam . . . Speaking ol 
school, Benzell Graham wh|) 
completed her college education 
in three years from S.C, has ent- 
rolled for the summer session 
to take a few subjects that sh^ 
has always wanted to take, bijt 
just didn't have the time. I 

Edna Robinson is seriously ill 
and hospitalized, I understaniiL 
Here's hoping she will pujl 
through with a speedy recovery 
. . . Younger setters extend sym- 
pathy to Howard and Sgt Artis 
Grant, in the passing of their 
father . . . I'm still feeling ja 
little over- joyed over the news 
of my brother, Seaman First 
Class Hoyt Brown's lucky escape 
from the horrible catastrophy |t 
Port Chicago. ' | 

Don't forget the CptQicil mee|- 

ings. " - 

TILL NEXT WEEI& 


chapters were [noted and proved 
most interfeting, and the re- 
ports of the ^ Resolution Juris- 
prudence and. Finance Commit- 
tees. ' 

ThC] electioii and installation 
marked the conclusion of the 
strearjilined 1^44 session of the 
Grand Chaptei. Officers elected 
were as fpllows: Worthy Grand 
Patron, Mrs. Vivian Osborne 
Marsh, Berkeley; Worthy Grand 
Patron, Herbert Hi Lampkins, 
Pasadena; Worthy Grand Asso- 
ciate Patron, Henry Spears, lioe 
Angeles; Worthy Grand Asso-" 
elate j Matron,! Mrs. Beatrice Mc- 
Carroil, Santa Monica; Grand 
Treasurer, Mr*. Martha City, Los 
Angeles; Grand Secretary, Mrs. 
Florence B. Crawford, Oakland, 
Granid Treasurer, Relief, Mrs. 
Irene Sims, Oakland; Cirand Sec- 
retariy. Relief, Mrs. Marie John- 
son, Santa Monica; Conductress, 
Mrs. Josephine Cummings, Pasa- 
dena; Associate Conductress, 
Mrs.! Josephine Cummings, Pasa- 
dena; Associate C o n d u c tress, 
Mrs.j Minnie M. Park«r, Berkeley; 
Graud Lecturbr, Mrs. Martha 
Seldon, Los Angeles. • 

Appointed officers are as fol- 
lows: Grand Adah, Mrs. Mamie 
Laprotti; Grdnd Ruth, Mrs. Er- 
line Solomon; Grand Esther, Mrs. 
Emma Drisdom; Grand jiartha, 
Mrs^ Catherine Howard ; Grand 
Electa, La Gulia Shaw; Assistant 
Secretary, Gladys Matthews; 
Grand Oratress, Geraidine O'Con- 
nor; Grand Organist, C u 1 1 i e 
Hubert; Grand Sentinel, Mr. Levi 
Strickland; Grand Chaplain, A. 
B. Hunt; Grand Marshal, A. L. 
Crosby; Grand Assistant Mar- 
shaljl, Mrs. Dajsy Mfte Whittaker; 
Grand Warden, Mrs. Viola Banks. 

The followihg were appointed 
to head the various committees: 
Jurijsprudencej Wille Mae Cow- 
ans,; Finance,! Victoria P. Lewis; 
Art:, and, Education, Ida Hill; 
Fon^ign Correspondence, Laura 
Hoijjkins; Juvjittlile, Mrs. Marie 
She^Efield and Emily Anderson; 
Grievances and Appeals, Mts. 
Elizabeth Johnson; Ways and 
Means, Mrs.iSylvta Ramsey; 
Charity and f Benevolence, Mrs, 
Minnie Fcwter; War Service, Mrs. 
Estplle HoustiKi and Mrs. Addle 
Maje Speightsf ■ |L 


J :if ' Acll«ll» 

Entering its third week, the 
"Y", 's summer program for boys 
between 9 and 13 years oif age 
is proving very successful, ^ighty 
bpys have registered f ot the 
"Summer^ Band Wagon" a^. It is 
called, with " additional young- 
sters signing up every ciay.i } 

The prograna is under the di- 
rection of Mr. Barnes Fowler, 
who was brought from Oakland, 
Calif., for that purpose. Assisting 
him are Mr. Ralph A. Henderson, 
handicrWtts, Mt. |)avid Butler, 
athletics, and' Eliner Douglas, 
swimming. 

Chief among program featured 
are: swimming and swimming 
instruction, crafts, softball, vol- 
leyball, basketball; boxlpg, cro- 
quet, horse shoes, group games, 
movies, billiards, checkers, ping 
pong, and others. The program 
operates five days a week, Mon- 
day through Friday from 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Most of the boys bring 
their lunches and spend thie day, 
thereby enabling working par- 
ents to have a safe place for 
their boys to engage in construc- 
tive activities under competent 
leadership. Boys may register at." | 
any time during the day. 


"YACS" Sponsor 
Youth Program 


In addition to the yohnger boys 
^rogi'am, the YM and YWCAarel 
cotc^rating with the "YACS" 
I (touth Activities and Inter-CSub 
jjClub' CSiuncii) ' in St)ohsbring <a 
teen-age program for ^-edj( on 
Monday and. . Wednesday eve- 
nings at the YM;^ and on_ Friday 
evenings at the~Y#/ TKis pro- 
gram operates from jT to 10^ P#- 
and is.fdr boys and ijel^ls from 14 
to 19 years ofagelit includes 
activities such as sofcial dancing, 
swimming, archtiy, badmiriton, 
volleyball/ arts anid crafts, low 
orgaitiEed ; games, jsem-actlve 
games and quiet gaines. 

Walter. WorrlllA >oung nSen's 
secretary on thfe "Y'* staff directs 
the teen-age program with the 
assistance of Ciy:ly Monroe, Mrs. 
Cbrrine Asby, and Frank Davis 
swimming and athletics, while 
lames Fowler ..and Slrs^ Miabel 
Bishop handle quiet and semi- 
active games. '': , 

Yeoman s«*fvice iiiis given In 
many capacities bi\ members bf 
the "YACS" as spohsors of the 
program; among those who are 
giving of their time are: Dor- 
othy Williams, Ozeliia Williams, 
Ahna Keyes, DorOthy McGreW, 
Ida Dickinson, Edriha and Lois 
Raphael and Elnier Douglas. Th^ 
"YACS" invite all teen-age yout^ 
to register with them after; 7 p* 
m;, at the YM on Mondai and 
Wednesday ev«iings and »t the 
YVf on Friday eve^, ;■ ;| ;^.i|' ; \ 

Funds making tii^ifee ,tw^ pro^ 
grams possible are being pro- 
vided by the L. A. youth Project 
'is weil as for activities in other 
^mmunhy agenda^ The Project 
provides the money and the ag- 
encies give facill^es in a co- 
operative effort to dffer construc- 
ti\^ and wholesomie leisure: time 
ifictlvities for the lioys and; girls 
6f oMx community .^this 'summer. 
Promotion of both the "Band 
Wagon" and Teen-age programs 
is beipg handled by EmWy L. 
pain, former boys"^ work secretary 


I 
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TiM CaRfomia Ea^i ThwwWy, July 27, 1t44- 


(•mwi 


Social' h[dtes 


Mrs. Matti^ Comptoh- Clair- 
bome of Berkeley, C^lifeimia, 
Mrs. Henrine Knaive of Laurel, 
Miss., Mrs. MUdred Reid of 
Longrene, Texas, Mrsj H. B. 
Pemberton, Ji-., and Mts. L. J. 
Pinkstx)n of Dallas. Texas, were 
guests of Mrs. Emily Brown 
Portwig at lier home 'T^e An- 
chor," Tuesday, when she ia- 
vited some of the . members of 
the Medical Auxiliary in to meet 
them arid to heap of the work 
t^at the auxiliary is dofaig in 
their cities. '^izes for the quota- 
tion game were won by Madam 
Rosa Cobbs, Lois Carr, Mar- 
garet Moore and Odessa Hudson. 
Shkring honc«^ was Mrs. Susie 
Cooley, who, j with Dr. COoley, 
their daughtef and mother, is 
leaving soon for Mexico City, 


Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Gordon 
flew to Mexico City Sunday 
night, where I Cfr. Gordon will 
study at the university, 

Mr .and Mrs. Gerald Moore, 
Miis Lue M^yer, Mr. and Mrs. 
Permin Smallwood, spent Sun- 
day at Val jVerde, where they 
enjoyed swimming aijd horse- 
back riding, j -.'<-. 


guest was Mrs.^ Portia Lee Tren^ 
bqliiii of, Alabama. 

MrSi VQulda entertained Satur- 
day wife a luncheon, followed 
by bridge, complhnenUry to her 
sister^ta-law, Mrs. James f Braw- 
ley of; Atlanta, Ga. 


Vm. Zepheflne Brown recelY!^ 
from 4:00 to T:00 Saturday at 
her feme in Juliette street in 
honor of Mrs. Hazel Rambo 
Anth<my of Chicago, who is 
spending the summer with her 
mother in Pasadena. Shaiins 
honors was Mrs. Bessie Grant, 
also . of Chicago, who ^ ac- 
companied Mrs. Anthony on her 

Attorney Zephyr Ramsey, ites. 
£liza(betb Armstrong and their 
mother, Mrs. Mollie Moore, re- 
turned to their home in Pasadena 
last jweek after a visit in the 
Eastj Mrs. Hardena Diggs' 
sister and daughter, who are 
living in Chicago, acompanjed 
them back home to :sp^!Mii; 
month. 


f)r. and ^rs. J. P. Taylor of 
Soi Hobart ^Boulevard, entertain- 
ed sixty friends at dinner Sat- 
urday evening in honor of Miss 
M.a X w e 1 1, i charming school 
teacher from Shreveport, La. 


with the Brooklyn, 


iN. Y. "Y* now 


field secretary i at |ie 28th Street 
branch. 


!r V^(^never education -and re- 
{inement grow avj'ay from the 
Common people, tliey are grow- 
ing toward selfishness, which is 
^he monster of evil of the world 
I I g _ji. w. Beecher 


Dr. and ijlrs. E. B. Neal en- 
tertained with a cocktail party 
Stinday afternoon in honor of 
visiting friends. 


■J.y^_ 


Mrs. Ernest SheH^j 
of the 36th St. School P.T.A. had 
as Anner guests las\ Sunday, 
Mrs. Harry Riitclille and 'Mrs. 
N e ts n Anderson, teacher* 
vacationing here from Memphis«| 
Tenn. ; ' , 


Mrs. Berijiice Bamum wai a 
gracious hostess Thursday at her 
home in Sd. Grame^tiy Place,- 
when she entertained \ with a 
bridge luncjheon honoring Mrs. 
Martha Snowden of New York 
City and li|rs. Sarah Payne of 
Baltimore. IPrizes were won by 
Madam Ur«ula Adams, Nadine 
Hicks and Winona Price. The 
honored guests received beautiful 
gifts. Place i cards marked places 
for tWenty-four. Out of town 


Mrs. Helen O'NieU of 429 E.- 
47th street, returned from Ook- 
land whe^e she was a delegate 
to the Grand Session of the 
Golden State Order «rf Eastern 
Star., After the three day session, 
she was royally entertained by 
her two charmtiig nieces, Mrs. 
Edna Walker and Miss ThecMa 
House, of 2731 Sutter Street, 
San Francisco. She is returning 
home, Friday, on Uie DayUght. 


SiOM Cash Today. B^ 
T;iwWV ance when yoor tf • 
fie is O.K.^4500 cash fair. 
your house. Why watt 20 yri.- 
fop your money? AH eaah to- 
day. CaU on any on« «rf tiieM 
dUferant i^ones, but ue tUa 
to«ay. WE. 8975 op WA. m& 


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A tender conscience IS .an In 
estimable blessing; that is, a 
conscience not Only quick to dis- 
cerh what is evil, but instantly 
to shuit iti a» the 'eyelid closes 
itj^lf against? the mote. i 


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bwila tti« jDMjiaetiTe Gifts 

fa- AS OteaslonB. 

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Mrs. Gadis Entertained 
Honoring Isaac Daniels 

Mrs. H. R. Gadis, 152^1/4 W. 
33th place, entertained a few of 
her friends at an intimate get- 
together last Saturday evening 
honoring Isaac Daniels, ifonjier 
Angeleno who is a war worker 
at Vallejo. \ ■ 

Bidden to the affair were the 
Messrs. and Mesdames James 
Batiste, J. Cullen Fentress, Clin- 
ton Jackson, Clarence Oliver, 
Mesdames Ben • Watkins, E. O. 
Cox, Max Porter, and Mr, Bern- 
ard Andrews. 


BRIDGE CLUB 

INVITES PUBLIC 

TO PLAYS 

The pablio Is Invtted to attend 
the plays of the Golden West 
Bridge Club in the dub rooms 
at 1954 E. S4th Street, every 
Tuesday, Friday and Sonday 
evening at 8:30, It wii|« an- 
nounced ioday. [ h 

'Taesday is beginners' night; 
Friday is "CliaUeoge Night," 
and Sundays are reservcid for 
advanced idayers. Prizes are 
given avray to winneps for the 
evening.. .1 


NAVE YOU j^ l>M)Bt94r 

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An yott hBvfng trouble with your 
wffo, husband or tweethewt,'- or, 
your family? Aro you unhappy. 
Our paychoioglits can help you.< 
Write your problem in detail. Send^ 
one dollar with y9ur question to 
E. Morris, P.O. Box 1621, {..«• 
AngoMsi S3, Calif. 


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JOIH TAYLOR'S LRTEK WltlTINC 

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Xiamoar, attmett^cacfls wear Face Bex 
AMadmwBt. Paice ttJ», Me extn for 
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In this busy war-torn Age I think it better fdr thei 
!]tr«tty American women not to forjret to add a touch of 
^«ir favorite peiftune or cologne to thftir toilette. One of 
my elasamatea once aaid riie would rather miss class th&n 
HMke an appearance without a. touch of perfume^ I 
thought I would rather miss them all rather than go with>i 
•ut lip stick. My friend was a French girl and that prob- 
A\f explains her viewpoint. 
• t As time goes on I now «ee ^-, — 


^hat she meant and I thorough- 
ly agree with her. If you go Into 
a ladies lounge you will see 
them in front of a mirror apply- 
ing makeup consisting of pow- 
der and lip stick. After that 
process they light cigarettes and 
are ready to go out and Join the 
boy friend or husband on whom 
barbers jiave profusely used aft- 
er-shf ve lotions, perfumed hair 
tonic or the males have lavished 
perfume or cologne upon them- 
selves. So Girls, let's use a lit- 
tle more perfume or cologne. It 
goes along with your makeup 
and adds that finishing touch. 

W%ar a winsome perfume 
when you would be at your'fem- 
Inlne cheerful best. In thiji^man- 
ner you will stand out despite 
ft topsy-turvy world. 


HATS 

I . 

Girls, whenever you buy a lyat 
again try to buy the prettiest, 
you ever owned. Because this 
season's millinery is the most 
beautiful ever made! There's no 
limit to sjllhouette variety so 
you're sure to find the most be- 
coming lines for YOU. There's 
no limit either to the number of 
fabrics, felts and straws— or to 
color brilliance. These are all 
beautifully detailed hats, qual-. 
ity through and through, to stiH 
look stunning after rtonths of 
year. Remember, you are not 
really chic unless your hat "is 
right and fully corresponds with 
the rest of your attire. 


Los Aiifelos Nurse Awaits Orders 
For Orerseas Duty On East Coast 

i J Lieutenant Arlayne E. Hall, A.N.C., a resident of the 
Westside in Los Angejes, is now on the eastern coast 
awaiting orders for overseas duties. "Having joined the 
Armed Forces December 14, 1843, she was stationed at 
Fort Huachuca, .^zona. *"- ^ ^ 


Lt, Hall, is a graduate of Manu- 
- al Arts high school, class of 1933, 
Los Angeles Qty College (pre- 
nursing) and Los Angeles County 
General Hospital where »h* was 
employed at the time of her en- 
listment. 
JThe attraotive lieutenant is a 
: member of the California Nurses 
Association, £.08 Angeiei County 
General Hospital alumni, Los An- 
geles Chapter Association of Col- 
ored Graduate Nurses, serving as 
vice-president when organized, a 
member of Chi-Eta Phi and for- 
mer Anti Bacillus. 

She is the daughter of Mrs. 
Jessie W. Cole and granddaugh- 


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ter of the late Mrs. Susan A. 
Hutchinson of Sacramento, Calif. 
We wish her God's-speed on 
her errand of mercy and a safe 
retiim to her home and loved 
ones. . J! 



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DB. LOIS J. 

> 1^ V A N S 

FOOT 
SPECIALIST 

kH foot alfaneBta earefnily 
tifUBtaktA and tinted. 

.,: ELKS' BUILDING 

4Md So. CentriH-Boom tVt 

Men., Wad.. Frt 5:3« t« 8:30 p.m. 

TUf«.t Thurt.. Sat.— t:M «.m. 

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In Women 


There is something wrong in 
the saying that only men may j 
possess courage. Women for ages 
have demonstrated that courage 
is not limited to the .male sex. 
Courage is , as n^essary in the 
small relations of life as in the 
large, and to fail in small things 
is to fail in, great thin|:$. 

It may be as courageous to 
retire as to advance and she is 
a wise woman who having taken 
the wrong turning retraces her 
steus. It is an act of courage 
to run a risk but it is an act of 
folly to run risk without balanc- 
ing probabilities and without 
counting the cost It may require 
more courage not to act than to 
act. Courage to wait is not in- 
ferior to courage to go. 

To acknowledge a defect in 
one's self and praise a virtue in 
another are not the' least im- 
piessive forms Of courage. 




I'd Uk« to »•»• mr^Wy several gracious ladies whom 
I thiBk.d«Mrv« mtotionion thia page for women which I 
ghall try- to A«k« M i»^r«|(tiBg as poamble. You U agree 
with m« I am lurftitUt ih«y ire ip tftreatmg pcraoaa. 

^ Ben^U GiraBam . . . Tvi tax ♦ T Z' 

«*.la.tfc aceompuiUBenu. She ^^J^^^T '"^o can be 
l^duated.ti^ ttie Unlv«r^ of 
Sontkirs ibaUtomla tai tiiree 
yjNun Cum-Laude and »• also an 
artfstk whistler. 

ray H^iktBr. . . For hWp ahter 
beauty. 

I Arti* Young |MKW (aetre*) . . . 


frilly and feminine or fexotfcaDy 

Uilored. 

. Therell be many more in the 

weeks to come. Won't you assist 

me 1^ sending in the names of 

worttoi you know that deserve 

mention? Thanks. 


^ Be FrienMy • 


By RUTH TAYLOR 


I^ke called intellectual ^grati- 
tude. I am not quite sure. '[ . . 

I -suppose the present gejuera- 
ttert would say: "It dripe.'T Ac 
hording to my most modern 
t assistant, t&at Is the great 
crime in writing— partkularly In 
mine; ' But drippy Ot not, this 
verse contains a. practical solu- 
tion for some of the troubles 


VlSltlNG 

prominent physielar 

f(rft on an extended Unp i. 

California Ea^le building. 


READY TO WEAR 

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FINE COSMETICS 


JiUNIVERSITY DRESS SHOP 


Red Cross Country 

A View Of the Mediterranean 


and 

the 

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fity, 
for 



SOMEWHERE IK NOlRTH 
AFRICA— A very smsfll young; 
lady in American ||ed C^ross 
uniform, with dancing I eyes 
black, curly hair, held ^ open 
door of her "Country ( Club' 
visitors. I 

"Oh, I see you havdiet iour 
hair down," said Dorothy? Marsh, 
Red Cross club supervisor from 
101 W. Sth^St, New ■^ork 
now swapping Marsh Tours 
insp^tion tours. 

"WeU." aciid tlBT Xibr >|tt- 
chell Kelly. "I had to serpw 
ray l^air up tight to Icfek 
dlgiilficd when I first coike. 
but aew ths bora kni»w mja." 
Mrs. Xelly, w^e Uve* at 112 
Gjiiiln St, K. W. Atlanta. Qa.. 
was teaching dt Albany StW 
College. AlboBT' Co.. '^ben ih« 
took ever HSr presint ned 
CreSs club asslgnmeBL 
The "Country Clubl is 
pride of the area. It began \jvith 
the requisitioning of I a farm- 
house with a beautiful view, 
above the Mediterrank^n. Red 
Cross tooie over the maijtagement, 
opened rMtms for music, library, 


the 


lounbe and food service, and the 
soldiers — thousands of them sta- 
tionejd in the area— rtook over 
the inembership. 
TOO! CROWDED 

Soon it was too crowded for 
the singing, play-loving Negro 
troopjs that it served and the 
Armjf built a big annex in the 
form! of a T-shapped fieldstone 
lodge, half fireplace-'dominated 
living room, and half basketball 
courfl. ' ! ; ■ 

"Bot I certainly lost my dig- 
nity Jthe other day," Mrs. Kelly 
giggled, "when my brother-in- 
law I came to pee me." ■, Cpl. 
Franjc Donald "Dyke" -Smith, 
Evar^ton, 111., all-Am erican 
quarterback from Morris Brown 
College, Atlanta, had pursued 
the tr^il of his Red Cross sister- 
in-law halfway across Africa. 
G I jpY 

Finally locating her at the 
"Country Club," he was so 
pleased to see her that he pick- 
ed her . up In his arms and 
carriiJd her, protesting, into the 
building, to the great delight of 
her fidmiryig G I public 


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JstATED FOB OVKESKAS DUTy— Lt. Arlayne E. Hall, A.N.C., 
above, Is now on the Sastem coast awaltli^g orders for ovensess 
duty. She Joined the Armed Forces Decornber 14,11943 mndjwas 
siationed at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, u . ^ ! 


Mrs. Katie Milisoii 
Oii Califorttia Visit 


Mrs. Katie Minson of 5417 Ave. 
K, 6alveston> Tex., left for h^r 
hon*e Saturday, after a mohth's 
visli with relatives and friends 
in California. ij , j| 

During her stay in Los' Angeles 
she I was the guesjt of hep grand* 
daughters; Marie and Mary I^e 
Walker and her brother Mr. D. D. 
Holmes and wife. Among others 
who .'entertained hef while' in 
this dty were Mrs. Katffi Biggies, 
and Mrs. Pinkie Stewart 

Mrs. Minson also visited her 
SOB, Smith Minson at Richmond, 
Califs, for more than a week. 

This was her first visit to Cali- 
fornia and she was very much 
impressed with what she saw 
of the Golden State. 


ani2afi(Nts 
SeitdlWeelflKAtiThe 
Avaldl USD Canteen 


When I waa trowing up, there was a popular bit of. 

ykrtt which aeemetf to appear everywhere, from igreeting 

da to neater framed illuminated texts of all teizes. .{ 

"U I knew you and you knew me, j- 

If both of as could plainly see — " . j ^ ^ . ' 

Remember it? I think Edgar Guest wrote it, but being 

aMicted to what Henry Van «- 

any money for flowers. Couldn't| 
I do some cleaning or washing 
for you? Your mother was so 
friendly. She always stopped to 
speak to me and she even called 
up when rty litUe girl was ilL 
I do want to do sometmng." That 
is a simple story, but tt struck 
home to me. I had nfever even 

.«u». XV,. -«..«. w* ^.^ ^..^ - known the wori^n existed. But 

^ich^too'nsalistks-Xl- iel^h- 1 1?^t*fl **^„!"w ?fjl^ " ^ 

thinking has breOght upon the '' ~ "" 

world. * 

"Hiere would be no race prob- 

leihs if the races took time to get 

acquainted. Tiere would be no 

industrial problem if the workers 

from both sides of the office door 

knew each other. There would be 

no class problem if there were a 

mingling of the citizens Of a 

community, lliere wouk) Vk no 

religious prObiern if wOrsblppert 

gave to each other's filth tlie re- 
spect they want for their own. 

What y/t need is. understand- 
ing and thUl willingness to turt 

from scratch— without precon- 
ceived prejudkes and concepts. 

We know facu and statistics but 

not people. We study ail aortt of 

abstruse subjects. We ' diacust 

motivations and tajk glibly of 

what is back of people's actlMs. 

But we don't take the time to 

leim something Of the peoplf 

with whom we have to deal.. We 

are Miicated ih all 'but frieiidli- 


indivldual with whqm to be 
friendly. 

If we could adopt a friendly 
attitude In our relationships with 
those around us, we could solve' 
our bigger problems because we^ 
woftld acquire the habit of imder- 
sUnding, the gift of knowing 
people. It wbuW color not only 
our persmtal lives, but our com- 
munity, our national and inter- 
national relations as welU What 
couldn't we do If only we would , 
take the time to know people as 
human beings with t&e same 
problems, the same Joys and tatr 
rows as our Own! 


ness. 


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VISmNG' niOM DES MOINES 

u s o 

Mrs. Ruth Prince McGregor 
and,famlli' arrived in the -city 
on Flriday from Dels Moines, loWa, 
where shfc is director of the 
Keowa U,S.O. Center for the 
W.AlA.C.'s! of that community. 
Mrs. McGregor will divide fter 
vacationing with relalves and 
friends here, in Pasadena, and 
El Centro. 


M Darker, f #iyA, M§rsk |/« Summer t 

IFREP Ralmerl SKIM WHITENIR 


That's B»«fi Jfofifi*^ ofiil. 
Darlt«f»««f [Jby ^vmntf Svn 


f 


SET SLICK-ttACK TODAY 
At YOUKDWIft STORE 


UMit Tl 20 YCMS TtlMEl 


I Oea't WORT XV loattt about ttUX MAUI 
I «h« nalcM you look old or toM out i* lora^ 
^ ftaatBcc*et • ceod jolk. All to« km to 4o 


Hag ttote. It b • oew, ao M tni m^g pre- 

^Kui«N«i favMia m MMK C01M 
cejMff ■W at dM $tit »j6m t yiii t jmn 
at afci^ iMfc f tf^ 

numriHmwtmn 


Dost ht withent aUOt'llACK tatiba 
ninate. Keincmbet,i)iis aaninc Meptntiofl 
WORMS D0UaU.GiT(3}oanMMIITC|t 
leokmc Hiir u th* ttmt tau it ioiMm a 
ItT KWK Color te tour H*it. HeTps-Mn 
UOK 1* to M «m$ VOVmck. No 
atss; no (uss; no bocher chance from boolc 
fciii-jdTc lo SUCK^UCN. Cm * twx toi*f 
u joac ntucK diuf mok. Doa'c iccen unr 
rabstiniit. Imist.on (b« oriaiiul SUCIU 

•tacMi siMifitrriNS WMit^ponnir 

1D<1 imptfts SLACK OOUtt m MUR. If 

fout itafpu caoDot rapply you ytt, OMil 
coi^oa today *ith 66c ash or sampt « 
|l;2e «M 2 b«n«. GccSUCK-SaaCX today! 


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AGENTS WANTED! 

» f— — HMILCMMIIWW"— 

T i SHI aUnlpM Mn%$t tMt0tl^t$t M» 

! . ' y /kfca..— »l— Mia fe^ili.,^ 


JK. 

Irndu* 

«taKt>J« ferlkazH). 
9 nfaM.tumsai p 



WHICH OF THl 
SKIN Tvn 
Ant YOU 


7 DAYS 


TRIAL 
OFFER 


SA>K 


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Whether you are dark, medium or light comjdjexioned, the beating rays 
, of th* summer sun can tan your akin to a too dark hue besides malmig 
skin look Uotchy, coarse looking, "weather beaten. D^'t many, but don t , 
unit another day! ^Tiether your skin tone is iigh^ medium i w dark 

' natuislly, the amazing D8. Fred Palmek's jSKiN WmnNeit is jnit 
raad^ for you ... it contains a remaikaUe jingrediMtthat hetpt to 
lighten, bnghten sun-tanned surface skin . . i smodth . ; . totten . . ; 
dear I. . . starts its bleaching action the minute yoU apfdy it! If ybn 
thinlc you're losing your chamn in the summer tinie« decide this rtty 

. minute to do something about it. Try DrI Fsed PALxnta's SWN 
WHiiE.VER and see what it may do to keep your skin looking tttfer, . 

^fighter, and bnghier evea ob the hottest turaoocr days. 






Yes; ^e this test at once. You can do ao -ititheat.titldat Obc efeiit! 
MeieW^go to your druggttt and get a 25e boa of Mt. FttO mifltt^ 
Skin^irtiner. Use accordiag to di reCtiot ^ lor 7J9!ftXlwJS*5il' 
you'r* not wholly satisfied every way, rettrfn Boat un MQNEYrBACK.| 
Doa'G wait to do thk. Go to year drafegiat today. 1- ■ '■ 

OAUENOL C«^ MX IM, ATUINTA, Sj^ I V 


Dr. FRED Palmers SKIN WHITENER 


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■iOMEs's SwN Delight soar a<id VitnmOK QniaM.lbdi only 25e. 
le COMPLETE Da. FmoPAHHrsSKrtgaaujnr Wat- 


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Latesti reports from the Avalon 
USO, 4200. South Avalon boule- 
vard, show incrtased interest 
ainong Various organizations In 
canteer^^rvice for the S4|rvice-; 
nien, aoldiers andi sailors iaiike. 
f.BeckiiW of the Imcreasihg in-' 
terest among local women's or- 
ganizations, Mrs. Kthel Atkinson, 
canteen chairmanj Is using the 
groupsijfi- rotation. ; 

Friday canteen workers include 
the Diane Athletic club, «ie Girl 
Friends, the Friday Nighters, E. 
Pluribus^ Unum club. 

Those reporting for the busy 
Saturday canteen include the 
Homemakers, Golden State Lady 
agents, American Legion Buffa- 
loes, La Jovial club, and Hia- 
watha Temple of the Elks. 

Numbeiied among the organi- 
zations which serve on Sunday 
are the Catholic women, the com- 
bined sororities, Kappa Mothers, 
Independent church, and Second 
B^.tist chtttch. • ! i^ i 

Other idubs active duririg the 
week are the Athenettes, M'ary t. 
Waring club, Wesley chapel, Geo. 
F. Carver club, BoOker T. Wasb- 
ington club, Gay Angelenos, and 
Idle Hour club. 

ThJ American Legloh Ben 
Bov/ie club, Vashti Circle, GHD.J 
and Kansas club act; as all- 
around csyiteen groups. I 
. J Any organization of w o m e n 
wishing to do volunteer canteen 
service for the soldiers ahd sall- 
ms is Invited to contact the 
Avalon L'SQ office. . . h 


I learned my lessm at the <bn4 
of my mother't death when p*e- 
pie I nevei" even knew came to 
see me. I remember after the 
last days of her Ulness. a kiiloek 
came 6n tne dOof one nitht. I 
opened it to find a woman I 
didn't remember. I found jhe 
was the maid at the hairdressers. 
She said, "ftease, I dldft't hjave 


Fonifli Elects 
Officers for 1944 




Newly elected officers for the 
Los Angeles Forum for the en- 
suing year are as follows: presi- 
d«it, Mrs. S. W. Green, Jimlor; 
vice-president, Mrs. Mona Terrell; 
chaplain, Mr. S. J. Jones; secre* 
ta^, Miss Ionia Alley; corre» 
spending secretary, Mr. J. H. 
O w « n « ; treasurer, Mr. E. W. 
Fllher; current topic reader, Mft 
F. Fulton; assistant current toptcj 
reader, Mr. A. D. McMurray; ad^ 
viSory board. Mr. J.'V. Pitts; Mil] 
W. P. McAlpine. Mr. F. Fields,' 
And Prof. P. C. Parks. 


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STYLES , 

tmuEs 


HidtBUl IhbuSE )fC>TES \ 


, Dlrtctor Harold ; M. Kingsley, 
of Pilgrim House Community 
Center, spent tlf^ wek-end in the 
Bay area studying the Fellow- 
ship Chuch, in San Francisco, 
headed by Rev. HoWard Truman. 
Also; iM ones at Berkeley, which 
Mi- Kingaley helped to found 
last Eumm^e'. - ''^i 
director Klngsley made supple- 
mentary inquires for the Depart- 
ment of Racial Delusions of the 
Congragioiial Chukh about the 
general group leadership situa- 
tion' in the'^an Fkahcisco area. 

During Ithe month Mr. Kings- 
ley has spoken before the follow- 
groups: :|;r'': t ' ,'" ' ' '' ' 

Race Relictions ^Seminar — 
WhitUer Colleg«^.s | j ' 

Sociology. Seii^htar-— OccidimM 
CoUege. [I^:!.- ! -'^ : 

High ^Ool G^oup— Beverly 
Hills Community Church. 

Lincoln MemoiiSl Coitgresar^ 
tional Church. | 





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PIOKEES BETUWrS TO BOMB 

Jlrs. Lydia Millet, one of Pas- 
adena's pioneers, is receiving hn 
friends at' her fonper residence 
at 2^ East Mountain Street in 
Pasadena.-Mrs. Millier, an in\^id 
for several years, will be ducd 
for hy her niece, 'Mrs. Fannie 


Dixon, who „will share the borne. 


Drop ill to lie e«r|sin«rt, new styles, before 
y«o Wy th4i soffliUftr outfH. We feeture dig- 
ti*ettve elethes tktt dewbie your personal 

CMSfffl*i 

JW^tmy « «ompleic line of all sizes^ wiUi 
i4 '"♦♦^ attractive styles for tbi ^o^t wom*ii. 


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SEE MftS. WHITE 

44» SO. CENTRAL AVE. 
LOS ANGELES Hi CAUF. 




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THp: QALIFORNIA EAGLE 



. TjbeiDeitaocratic ]S?ational convention, reIig[iou8 minoritiM have the right tfl 

which met in Chicago last week, nonji- live,} develop, and vote equally wid» ill 

t^ted our great commander-in-chief, citizens and share rif^hts that ire 

Franklin Delano Roosepelt, for president guaranteed by our'Con8titMtiqn..Ojiig;re««| 

of the Uhitcd States of America for the should exert its fuH constitutional po««ri 

fourth tisrm. It also adopted a platform to protect these right«^/*-M" j^j^l^'^j^f^j^ 
which in ringing words sets forth what Doesn't that stir ymir bloid? I^'t;i ' 

. this administration has already accomp- ^^^,^ ^^^ j^ ^^^^^^ shout "HaUelajth"4 

lished and promises to contmue that^ ^^^^.j, „^ ^j^^i^^ ^^ ^^^„..^. I^^^i, 

work-and to make even greater progress declaration. It is like that otl^r Deciara^ ^ 

in the next four years than it dtd in the ^-^^ ^-^^^ ,^y, ^^ ^^ are creited. equals 


pasti; 


4 


President Roosevelt accepted, the 
nomination in a speech broadcast from 
a radio'station by radio from a large 
naval base on the Pacific Coast. The 
President had traveled leisurdy across 
the continent and had reached this naval 
base where he was notified of -his 
nomination. His train was parked on a 
aiding, strongly guarded by both naval 
and air strength. 

In simple language the President 
spoke of the plans the progressive 


and i that among their rizM^ art f *lif ( 
libetlty, and thc^uirsuif of haf^pinesK^'f ; 

Of course that plank wai seriousl 
objected to. Of course the Southern! 
Democrats- foitght against i|J adoption. 
But in this t:onvent»on th*re weje tidnt 
of our Republican "f riends'Vjto help our 
enemies from the South, an4 the entirft 
platform including this plant wal adopt 
ed. :; 

Those Negroes who tr* trying to makef 
us believe the Republican It*rty »< our 
friend forget that if it had niot beeir f dij 


leaders of America have made and the Rdpublicans in Congress who helpKtd 

the Democrats from the Spufhj the anti- 


carried out for a better America, and of 
thij plans the progressive leaders of the 
world are making and hoping to carry 
out for a better world. 

J "You are aware of what I have sought 
to gain for this nation," he said, "and 
you have asked me to continue. It seems 
wholly likely that within the ndxt four 
rears, the world will once more be at 
peace, unfler a s^^stcm, we hope, which 
will prevent a new world war... My 
decision (to accept the nomination is 
based solely on a sense of obligation to 
serve." 

In just as simple language the plat- 
form adopted by the Democratic Party 
gave piank which will continue the 
progress already made in the past twelve 


aw and all 

the K^gro, 

long agoi 

icnows that 


lynch law, the anti-poll tax 
other laws designed to helpi 
would have been adopted 
Every student of liistory 
Part)' is liberal. It is only thi^f ew in the 
about two-thirds of the p^flmctktit 
South — and not all who Uy4 ijn the Sou^H 
can be placed in this groujji— who tr^ 
anti-liberal, anti-progr4««iveJ and anti- 
everything" that mikti for HdmaH wel- 
fare. ■ I •:■-./} ■• i- 

The majority of the Republican Party, 
as the records show,*i8 reactionary. Al- 
though there are sortie progreisives iii 
its fold— Wendell Willki^ and hii 
followers — they are in the minority. It 
is therefor* the policy of vfisdom alnd 
good sound common sensje fbr thei 



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THE CALIFORNIA EAGfcE 



THE PULPIT VO 


'^|r;j;'«EYt HAMILTON T. BOSWELL 

lilisiw, Bowm. Memarta- M rti wdi i t OlMNh 


eOMMUIflTT VIGILAlfCE ing that aU reriatane* aii4 Ob- 

Comparable to th* giz'^r.^c !^j!^^::T'z^''t^*^ 

advance of UieDowerful Russian ^^tf !i Inn^nit. 2»ltl^ 

armies on the Eastern front ^IJ^^f!!*"S«„^* ^*?r^gf: 

against Hitler's armies Has been "Xe^f Trt^^i J^ W»h 

the advance of Negro residents "?"«»' '"'*J^''ti,^**fj;i'i; 

«_* - • .. i-ii • ui. theHincrease of iawl«Bsnes», Blade 

H"^.^T,~f \^ ,7^^f neighbor- ^j^,. ^ ^ abundance of 

hoods of local fascist, who fear- 1~^_„ . 'j ..„^>^..^„ wi_w 

ing the contact with colored "^^fl. f^ •'^ ^ ^V.miS' 

Americans, have fled to safer f^J!:!? ""j^™ •"* ,*^'*'*"^" - 

areas of the narrowing "white i"^ their vice nests In thest new 

SwL!3''?^erna^^nc^^ *''<^'»»-' neighborhoods. One 
of Negro firnnigrants in .metro- 


i 


stes behind the pioneer home- 
~.ii>,» T ~, 4«^«i«. »,,. ^....^.4 makers are the sporting house 
S?l"-!',_V?!.\"f.^i?..^!! !!"!!^ maker, with their wares ot lust 


;j the original boundaries ot the 
<' Negro ghetto to bulge and ex 
tend ovier larger areas. Many of 
! us can remember when 
whites were safe from contami- 
nation with the "biack peril" 


and crime. Evidently the public 
service departments which are 
'^j"g supported by taxes are also 
awjire of the change. Whereas, 
one year ago, street were leaned 

living jfast west of A^alon Blvd. "?^i"^.^ *!l!. '*T!'^ I^""''! 
But now that line of seoaration n«Whborhood. today, the piles of 


has lon^ since fallen and at the 

present even more western dlvid- ^ , ^ ^ «»w j e 

ling lines are threatened. Our r.*5*/=®™*1®' ^?* ?«*^*"* **" 


refose reveal their conspicuous 
absence. On d»« lot on th« north • 


people are gradually sifting 


Pedro Pdance, trash is openly 


across Main Street, especially |'»^"*^«»^J»'^P^ *^P'*^ < 


in the Vernon Avenue vicinity. 


tests to the City Health Dept.^ 


That such is evident is a tribute «nd complaints to Councllmar, 

Raamussen's office. Theae am 


to the fearless effort of Negroes 
to secure more adequate hous- 


many other Infringements arr 


ing despite bitter opposition, tollowing ln,the path of tee nev 

This march west^^ard leaves in "SiJlL^"^^ . - .-^ 

its path not only homes but 'I^^*^ ^*" Aa^^cl«tt«os 
buildings, church^, community ™* ?^J'*''i' 7"*^** *^.f 

Centers and much of- the spoil new residents of this communitj. 

abandoned by the fleeing whlV«s. '"if^Aj::!" f "VJ?*** ^^ 

IB witness of this is the estab- Pf^ecewo" ^ *«>* organteatlo--., 

^ishment of Bowen Church and *»' ««'«P« _'« the protection r J- 


pfliers which moved into the 


our, property Investments. A-'-i 


vacated church edifices of the t*'^^*' ^fy '^t "*f °^J^X i'' 
Vhlte christians, who couldn't *"**«'*" *" *"* »««^«»t •* th 


worship in the new community 
of American ciUzens. The pres- 
ent site of the USO is likewise 
located in a very splendid build- 


neighborhood white, neverth' 
less, such forces which tereatr 
us were held at bay. }t, ii B' 
significant that the Bradley f; 


WKRBOKP 


•T HAROIfD BREEfpr ' i' \ | 

hitler's own j>«ra6nal gunman is^down in Argentina helping On 
, , J ijTv' i:i.TT-j<f ., .i Hitler's Argentine gauleiter, Col. Juan Peron, get ready to murder 

years toward a country and a world JNegroes of the United State*, and fOr alii your! race, 


r 


of speech and nf worship, but also free- cratic Party, and on November 7 reelect; ^ S^'tii^ti^'^rSe'^SrSVe'^ Zt^SlSy 


The It0gi6^^u Latin flmerica 

"SLIM IRY FRITZ" OF THE ARGENTINE 



ing which was once the pride Company recently petltlonejl^ 

'^ the construcUon of a warehoo 


I 


next door to their present loc 
tlon? When their requests w 
challenged by the homccQvne 
great surprise was expreiH 
They were dumbfounded to s 


Freedolm To 
WoriMp ^ 


I could sing "Stejal Away" and 
"Ave Mariaf' 

»ale street 6if;|in 
hall. [i:| 

I could serve an iiivislble God 

• - ■ ■ ■ 


(Carnegie 


and joy of Polish Americans who 
fled as did their brothers in 

. Poland bjpfore the advancing 
German forces. The Y.W.C.A. on 
Woodlawn, is tpo, located in a 

J*uilding evacuated by whites, .. ,.,» . , .», - 

not because it was condemned the^mulUt^le of opposlOon. B 

for faulty. construction, but be- '^*'^";"' '*'! "^"^ i"<llvi<lut> 

cause of the new atmosphere. *'*" there, does not ptomlM t 

, r •" concerted alertness which tafJK 

THE SECOKD ADVAllCE gible with an organlzatio*. ' 

Moving into these new com- order to insure pur new hoar 

munities have beeii citizens it Js essenflal that some gro 

whose presence woul<ii lend dig- organization of property own' 

nlty to any neighborhood any- be. formed. When such la effec' 

where .Their pride iii the com- even present disiniteiested pi 


, 1. 1 ^ J • • ■ ' . I ! , ^v,.^.v^ o^.,c =..^»..,io.uic vruu munuy is ^een in tne iresti coats ucians win neeo our just e 

where there shall be not only ireedom minority groups, to unite Ivith the Deinot ^J***'*^* tfnman at large has hands that are red ^n^drlpplng Or worship an imag^ of gold or of t»alnt s*d well teflded yards, mands. As a community leat 


br^ss. 


dom from want and freedom from fear, our great commander-in-chief, Franklin ** ^v^, '^'^ yaur people who gave Latin<America its birth. | j freedom of speech 


But the greatest plank for. us Negrocs^D. Roosevelt, and ^^ pTOimmt mitfi--; ^ii^^ ^^ fir^^^,!^ ^r^'i!!!!!^; ^^^^^^J'!^^::^!: 


and for all mino 
following: "We bel 

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;^ , f, - -^ j/x^^a^"""'- «""^' win ■♦ ta« id*d for him when the aroused colored peoples of Latin th^radlo; 1 I 1 -4 i '"rfng behind th«se honest to organize' such groups near 

nty groups Was |he rbeW m ConJf^SS to help hiflMfl his great Am*HeMWaHy catch him and his lo*r-down pal, Pe^on, who wants Disagree with tiii Il8m>' rAJiifcif *''""* ^^H^n are 6tik and sin- All interested persons are asl 

>lipvp that rarial anH wnrlr ' ' > ii t4 biilld a h«imisphere-wide empire on the sweat akd blood of *„'"*"" *^i *-°f"""- Ister forces which would erupt to conUct the writer of thU r 

-ucve uidi raLiai anu wofk. , j ^^^ Amerie^'s Negro-Indian majority. ■> „ ' " " ' *"<< destroy every ejtfort for a umn by calling AD. 3718, or 


They are ejsabllshlng jionieis with In ; this area, I peratmally v 
ill the care and community- assist in the formation of si! 
' mindetdness of their hypocritical an organization embradng^^ 


Yf^J^ Upon Unity Comnittt^ 
For Action! 


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" TheiiOs Angeles Committee for Home disobedience and by indifferttice, so thii 
Front Unity will meet' this evening, 
(Thursday) in the Biltmore Hotel to 
discuss further the question regarding 
the Los Angeles Railway Company em- 


Yell for the Brooklyn Dodgers, 
Or criticize the Pre^^dent ; : 

, ■ ■!■ f# ..ill-- 

And, FREEOOM FRbM FEAR; 
Tliat was the greatest freedom. 
For the man who has no fear 
Is the only free man in the world. 
I wrapped the ^four~ freedoms 
around me 

When I put on n|y uniform and 
started south 


ploying Negcoes and Mexicans as con- 
ductors, conductorettes, and motormen. 

This question of employing Americans 
with skins not quite so fair as those of the 
Anglo-Americans has been worrying the 
LARY for sometime. The Committee 
for Home Front Unity was appointed by 
Mayor Bowron several months ago to 
try to induct the LARY to obey the de- 
mand of the Fair Employment Pi-actices 
Committee appointed by President 


have never been fulfilled, itt, etc. 

We need to put an end to* discussion. 
Now. At once. The FEPC Saiyi in no un' 
certain terms there shall be ifo diterimi- 
nation in the hiring of workers by any 
firm connected in any way with defense 
work. The LARY has been iiven 


Latin Amerieafs Negro-Indian majority. 

"They used to call him "Slippery Fritz" when he ran one of 
Austria's biggest arms factories, the Hlrtenberger Waffewerke. He 
payed the way for the slaughter of his own people, the Austrian 
Jews. Uy helping gangster Mussolini arm the Austrian fascist group, 
the Helmatwehreh (or Home Guard). 

; Wlte the Masis took avM Austria, noma of Mandl'a own 
ta^ttve* war* klilad ar buteherad by thase beasts as huncrry 
farjjairisk MMd oa tk* DUd* klumrs or* for Negro bleed. But 
Mdntfl r*««|arit irfaied oad diB«d HlUer^s Austrian gaidaiter. 
MM «t4rays*4«wMi L««p«ld. i > 

Before that tim*, he had hldd^ out th^' Jeaders of the Austrian 
Nazljmovemeift in his own homerhad coiitributed large sums of To become a sokier to save the 
mAniy to keeft that fifth column organization of HiUer's going. world frorn jtyrailny. 

IO©.«fTWi«l^ * :v ■ j ' ' 

£4n » i0an gets used to murder, he's at home only in the But, I did not kiiow my place— 

ly of murderers. And Slippeiry Fritz has left a scarlet trail That is the criiiriejj for which I 
ler from Austria to Argentina, where he now acta as go-be- dled.j 1 ii ' 

I did not know Vhere tti ait, 

^ight now, he's helping feron arm and equij^the largest a rhiy Or how to bow lo*, ' 

\n LJitin America for the eventual day^^^hen that army will move Or when to say t'Yes sir" to Mr. 
igaikitt the colored peoples. That sort of thing comes natural to George. 1 

Mm {for it was he who furnished part of the arms and equipment 
for the Arrow Cross fascist gang of hoodlums which operates in ftiiS 


Ister forces which would erupt to contact the writer of this t 

and destroy every effort for a unin by calling AD. 3718, or 

respectable neighborhood. Seek- calling at 3530 Trinity. May » 

ing adv«n^ge of the; chainge In well rttnember' that we can 

community patterns ire various' insure our gain by constant ' 

commercial groups, \4'ho, think- ilance. 


latest law for the benefit of the Negroes 
and all people of th«r minority {rOUf^i inl 
America, is being nullifiM by indiffer- 
ence, endless discussions, prjOimia^i that jtwe^n for those two pais of tite knife, Adolf and J(aan. 


Federal Power, Stafesr Riglrfs 


ly WENDELt L WJLLKIE 


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the territory of Hitler's ally, Hungary. 

eoNJbeimUTioiT camfs ! 

Hundreds of Argentine patriots — men who are workers or capital- 

^m ^ Ola»laiM««k* ^o* fv^.A *KI«»lr^*>«' KaiA- M^*w«^\^r« t-« *» 1 1 «■ «■*■> l«t OW>mM*«*« 



EDrrpSS' lirOTE: 
-. The following talslia In a 
series of aevan artlelM hf Mr. 
Willkie written at tbe,r«qnMt 
of the Nfw Terk Ratold Tri- 
bune, til* Boston KaroUU tha 
Minneapolis Star Jonrnal and 
Tribune, tha Des Moines Ra> 
gestar and Tribune. Itba rei|- 
land Or«9enian and tlia Son 
Francisce Chronid*. 
.The Republican Party in it 


every citizen, even In hit c 
cdnibunlty, of -the ineffitiem^ ^ 
and^ recklcM extravatanee* '^ 
federal agentis— aU theae abtf 
have aroused . dlssatiafaetk " ■■ 
among the people which h 
naturally formed an isaue- 
the opposition party. But « < 4^ 
must not be confuMd»,as to w*- i'^ 
the tissue is or «4iet« ttic ac. 
tipn lies. 
It; is not the worn-out le f 


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beginning ' arose from the of states rights versus »tr' 
people's uiige to build a. strong fed^al government. That ia 
national government to offset an iakue; that la a relic. - 
the disrupltive, weakening in- 
fluence ot the SUtes Rights 
Doctrine of the Demfjcratic Par- 
ty. Paradoxically, now. In 1944, 
that same Republican Party is 
urged to dedicate itself to the 


Th# states M^va 
fniwttoaa 

be proud that ia the 
•IrMiena •( the twiMtT*<i' 
1leM>U«n> flowMMiB w*^hr 




Bt Rubr Berkie)' Goodwin 

ists, I Christians or free thinkers' but democrats all— are in Peron's i did not know niy place, 

• -^ • uu.. -^ ^^^ ...XA u^^ ..A u »hc»ntratloit bamps because they are on the side of the United That is the crim* for I died; 

priority ngnts in many case$ ttecause it jffiuuWn* which l« the side of the colored peoples. Five hundred i di^ not know where to sit,' 

is transporting defense workers to attd nior* w*te rounded up and thrown in to rot the day after British Or how to bow iW.- 

from their pitce of ertiployriient. It has T^ ^'il*!*S !^lr*5"" m """i*"^ ."1*1!^*! Vncalled- for speech or when to say VYes sir" to Mr. SiStrine" olflutw Rights. 
T, . •■ 1 I ji .u i: ^ -. 1/ • Ju ^i ^t ' truMng one Of HItlefs allies, Spanish Dictator Francisco Franco. Georee. t.. ti.-^.*-.™ 1* «.-..--. '> 

Roosevelt to employ ^^'orkers regardless heref ore put itself in the c^t6gory of a f ^Vi Petbn neaded advice on how to conduct a fiendishly ' * , ,^:j:^l -^ ^„f Sa! 

firm hiring defense WOrkeriJ IheA Why U.tk.«.te ewicentratten camp, he called in his "unofficial eco- I grew up I with Sut dust in my govemnT^n* was necessary to the Constitution, wWi Ihe er- 
should there be any hesitancy in en -< fc«nic «p*rt,''SUw>ery Fritz. For SHppery Fritz has supplied arms • eyes; j j. . ^ prevent disruption of four poli- panslon <rf the ewjntry aid tht- 

forcing the laws relating to Wch firm*r| ;*^J„^jJ.\^*!j,"g'[n""»^^^ strong growth of ite concerns, thei. ':.■! * 

Have done- with d iscns|sion, Lo^ jhowito Wll a man « how to make him wish that hievfrere dfad 

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of race, color, creed, or national origin. 

It is disgraceful that virtually all this 
committee has done is to discuss the 
matter. To adjourn to meet again to dis- 
cuss it again. Surely Mayor Bowron and 
all law-abiding citizens of Los Angeles 
realize that it is dangcro.us todisobcy and 
to lead others by their indifference to 
disobev the laws of the United States of 
America. Just as the 13th, 14th and l5th 
amendments to the Constitution have 
been practically nullified by deliberate 


hat hiewere dead. """" *"<* T^ 

A , ^> t rm — T- . ^ I ■ L t I ,1 ■' ■ ■ ' J. 'i-i-ii -If.' ■-;-■•■ ■ -• Revolvingi around:; the' 

Angeles Committee ' for Home ' Front Tmnroau ■[rj'fl- ~-'~-!'"' -i-'-r ■jJ''f--M ' words "Life. 

Unityl Have dorte With discuS*ion^ bllW»ery FWx was also the man who wnt guns ^o Hitler's Mur- j^,^yj^^^^ 

■^ - _ «• der, Inc, training camp at Yanka Puzta, Yugoslavia, where fascist „°'J " 


Mayor Bowron! Act! Act n(kf\¥.niOT^t—;^jr^-i;^^ howto"biow "*f«' 

the law! See that the LARY obeys the up SrtdgM and cut telephone lines, how to bash out th< 1»rains I cUt my teeth on jthl 


law, and employs workers tol relieve the «f W»l»l*i;and'h«»r to torture venerable Jewish nttibls 
transportation congestiofl. "Without -re-j ***{?«? »«"*:***'«. ^i*« ^^' .'^!9*'; 
gard to race, color, creid, or.natio<kaj| 


Iqr tearing "AU ment«r« crei 


origin. 



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Calif. Eagle 
en. State 


The Golden State Mutual Life In- 
surance Company is to be congratulated 
upon the celebration of its 19th anniver- 
sary. . . 
ii It is one of th6 ablest Negro life in- 
surance companies in the country. It has 
assets amounting to more than $1,250,000, 
and has been paying dividends to its 
poli^-y holders for fourteen consecutive 
\ years. ,It ^is the only Negro company 



which can boast such a record. 
Golden State is a progfen^ye buiin^is 


force in our comi^ujiity. 
policies lend retiibility aikd 


Its mble 
'confid^c<, 


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d«Tef< 

But ever since thf adt^or o'. 


uagic 


lit pt h#ppi- 


ilhiird tktth: 

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infcy ftttt maintains profitable "economic relations'^ with i was weaned op i tough meat, 
a »r«-N*zi>c^vemment and its ruling clique of industrial- i was living in -a government 
I bankers. It ia aal« that he was In charge of the men who of the people, by tiie people and 
anns A«ai.Al«cntina to Bolivia ^hen the Nazi crowd staged . , for the people-" ' 

^ !2L!l!L:li'^!™. -# y— l. ««.i*J4 ^ «*^ mtoa sturdy Im^ »!««»«. 

fif-itavi ted iiiT-»iitt#~cu«»M la T*tu. emu Bad ■ : ■ . -T" r Twr] . fpl. 

%ni vtiXhi ar" — -^'-^ ' . '-T— * '— ' 

UlT'irtrfle regt«««l bUc ef Lotia.AnMriea^ wBBtrlM. fw*- 

t* mist tha.VBUed Motioa oad tiae far-seeing p«et<«rar 

■daftad hr tiM iMdata of tiM Uaiited NatlMu at T*- 


cehtral goVemment Is necessary been a trend towarda atroB-tf^-^ 
to prevent disruption of our cenciv] government '7 

economic alud social structure by - C 

a variety 0f conflicting author!-^ f i I U^ ' A Ta i ^ 
ties ami WeresU. 4 10(01 MeH Ufl. 3816 : 

In .that early daj^, federal ., ;, . n a •*> 

power was inecess^ry to make us VAMrailC HlllllA' 'mt *^' 
In fact a ijatlon. Today, federal • ^■''•,1"P llWIIre fU vr 
power li {necessary to liable r •• f* •« 11 

the Unit«^ States to live and ^%J^ lOnHnfttee Ht 
lead in the family of nations. »-_'»■» 


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True, all was not{ stfr dusil 
1 remembered Jkniestowiii'Vlr> 


Tha dobota eoaeeniiBg tba 

oosiicaiiua^oii oi power Ia 

WasUtagton is a rocoxriftf mm. 

)t arises :te seme octeat ia 

prMdeatlal namfatga 

; &>;• comes pa^ttcwIorlT" 

itfwiug war porfoda. 


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Announcement has just b' 

m^e of the appotntoMnt it 

L. Richardson, diairraan, 4: 

South Central avenue; Earl 

Morris, 5013 South Wall stn 

and .James Rodoey Smith, ao.^ 

*!. - -.^ .. ^ , West 29th place, Los Angejea, 1^7 

the Uncerity and vigor Of the Veterans' Home and Ft. * 

glnia and jHarper's Ferry, the present protest has been oc- committee. ? 

But a war was foju^ to and the casioned by causes bejond th^ tj,|, -committee, statewide iC 

don't have to flght-the mongrel democracies wtth inns,- •*'»™* ! 1 ' F if Xr^Lj^I^'^S*'!!^,!^ "*fe " •**"« **™*1 ^-?^ 

-an^whisperinj ,,&.«« e^ Of hU buddy, Peron. %nt Of Kumju. .Uve^hr ^ r was }SerS:iSirS*^.^»i^ SS^^JV^rSrSS^'^ 

'*""?• u i w * I- 'iLi« » i war poweiSi It arises from more lot 

tine Wheat and m«it will be needed to feed the atirving By my teachm |n I^ew; Ya^ ■ - < 

.tions of! post-war Eu^pie. Just the ether day. Otir gi^vttn- ? i M 

alMfC oC'eorn, was eoAtpelled to btiy a large supply of the I became a man a^ I l^eaTd 

ring grain from Argaiitina. " j Of tlw, four freedoBbJK . 

Akftntjiia can build this regional fascist bh>e,1t|wfil jbe In Bow good they so|itt!J4ed to 1^ 

to iMld out iU food and the food of its allleis froin the t'RCEQQM FftQlf WAST^ r \ 
peoples of -Europe. Thereby, so Peron and Slippery Fritz ! I 

the tlnitcd Katioas wwld be forced to compromiise with No. more breadlines, ■ I . 




all of which is so nittch needld in every 

, . rt,^^ ^^ .\..l i^ J aopc lOO unnca nations W4»ua oe lorc«a la compniinise wun 

business section. Ifte Calltf^mia tJ^gle ttfdm ia Latth America, thus giving fascism a chance to start ^ ,^,^ Salvatioh Army 

congratulates Golden Silate libphiti an-! *;?'*???**t^"- ,^ .l .^ * i. i., .,.. No more relief doiea. i 

. * i J • L •» «_l •^ u i ') ehldi is Just another reason why our government should drive «» more reiiei ootes, j, 

niversary and wishes it nwiyvlttppy^ the iMsent Argentina government to the wail by Withdrawing l(o more hard -bo^edcnw 

returns tof the day." ' f X ; ric*j nltldn frain it and by bo^iilg ti& its p<»ts with a blockade. , ers. 


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far-reachlnjjrauses. Preposition No. 1 earrlat 

MdESSMT MIUSCS $30.00(M»0 bond Issue, tlw fc J 

The ^)ectiacle of the present cecda of wideh wfll be d*v« '1 
ttdministratiioirf's arbitrary use of ..to the porehase of Henes » I 
vaat authority; the «aprice« of Fanna far CUifonda Vecanri^ 
a govemmisBt of men grown of World War n. '4 

iMld and reckless with the use . Tlda activity win he aAai "^ 
or power, favoring first one stered Hry the Veterans' W^^^ 
etonomic group, and then Board of Calif onMa, wliiA w J 
another, while subjec^g In- or£Mi7.ed hi 1921 for tlie jr - 
dlviduals and their rights to the pose of servicing, to a Uke mt i 
Judgment of whims and theories; ner, the vetenas of WeoM W. ^ 
the manifold evideacee to L : v^ 








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■The CaKfornia Eaglc^ Thursday, July 27« 1944 



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iat'SerVices at Divine Temple 


ty^lrltu'a tempae, 5514 
South Central, was Incorporated 
and 3the name has 'beeri ichanged 
to V^ei Liberty Divine T«nple, 
Christ Teaching. 

. We, are dedicating the paper to 
the Teniple, Simday, July 30, at 
I p.m., and we invite all our 
friend^ to attend this great 
altair. 

Order of services Is as follows; 
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.; morn- 
ing service, lli30 a.m.; Sunday 


night, "WH t ei* heiHufc '« t>;ijflL; 
Tuesday night class, 8 p. m., said 


H. L. Morgan Is pastor; Rev, 
Allice Bassett, assistant pastor; 
Mrs. Barbara Carr, secretary. 


SAINS WITH WINNERS 

Claude Rains recently worlced 
opposite two Academy Award 
winners, going to England for a 
picture with Vivian Leigh im- 


Unique Huskat Fete 
Af HantH|on Churchj 


The pastor's Helpers will pre- 
sent a special program at ibk^ 

__, - , ^^ , _ « Church, East 18th streiet an^ 

Friday night services, 8 pjn. Rev; iNaonii aveW. Sunday, iiTuly 30^ 


at 7:30 p. tei., consisting! ol thi^ 
old songs in costume, vsdth sp«^ 
cial featurejs. The service will b^ 
under the direction o££irs'<- Ada 

L. Veil. . , I - ^ ! 

T - L 1,1 : 1 


mediately Taster completing his 
roles with Bette Davis in Warner 
Bros.' "Mr. Skeffington," 


*^WHERE TO WORSHIP- 


and 


FBBENDSHIP BAPTIST 

■ Sunday, July 30 at 3:30 p.m., Frlcnd- 
•hip Baptist Church, the Scattergood* 
will dadlcate a plaque containing the 
nanika of' one glVI and 109 boys 
the Army. A program of aongt ^ 
readings, also piano and violin r-'-e- 
tions win b« rendered. Parents, wivat 
and relatives will place names on 
plaque. Let'a "Keep the home fires 
oucning.'!' 

; Taps Will- be blown for Leroy and 
M» Kenneth Hays. 


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ij MAGNOLIA BAPTIST " 

iK-i , CHURCH 

r^ lis £ast 31st Street 
>^]irr.!>^tLi .CCoroelius, Pastor 

, ^;3a a.m. — Sunday School. 

■ I Sister T. Scott. Supt. 

S^'StO 4.irt.-^Morning Service. 
. ^ Sermon by Pastor. 

, $aSrpttn.—B.y.p.u. 

■ r^- .1 Deacon Lea Cole, Pres. 

7;3bk p.m.— Evening Service. 


SI&COND BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mi 


a^fh at GriHith Ave. 
Mv.. J.- Baymend - Henderson. 

: , S. T. Mm Minister 

That 


ft Jk.lll.*r*«rmon, 
■ Couldn't 


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"A Man 
--,_ Forget." < 
l_fc.ltl.-r-Program, Sponsored D; 

^■; ."Missionary Society. 


>y the 


BOWEN MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

East 36th and Trinity Streets 
Hamilton T. Boswell, Minister 

9:30 a.m.^^hurch School. 
11:00a.m. — ^Worship. 
7:00 p.m. — Good News Hour. 


NEW HOPE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1623 Paloma Street 
Los Angeles, California 
Bev. A. Lively, Minister 

3:00 p.m. — Program by Senior Mis- 
sionary Society 

7:30 p.m.— We will worship with Rev. 
G. L. Hays, 1506 E. 22 St. 


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.'lit INSTITUTIONAL 

fiferahip at_.the First rnstltutlonal 


Wlptlst .Church; 1527 Palena 
t:30 a.n 


Ave. 

_m.— Sunday School. 

ll:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.— Preaching. 
6:30 p.m. each Sunday— B.Y.P.U. Rev. 
James E, Moore, minister. 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 
OF TRUTH 

4426 South Avolon Blvd. 

Rev. Belle R. Hamilton. Founder 

and Paster 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

7.'00 p.m. — Bible Union. 

8:00 p.m. — Service i Divine Healing. 

8:00 p.m. — Thursday Service. 
Our motto Is: Helpfulness. Service 
In songs by choir each 4th Sunday 
night. 


2ld9i TEMPLE 

131S 4- VenwB Avenu* f 
R*v. Cecoldlne OVonftor. ^oslpr 

9:30 a.m — i. S., Bro.'Hora!De Nesby, 

Supervisor 
11:00 a.m. — Sermon by iho Pattoi>- 
■FAIh OP Nothing" I 

6:30 p.m. — Forum , 

7:30 p.m. — pTvine H**Hrig, Sermon 
by Piistof ' I 

James 5:15. "And the 
Prayer of faith shall save 
ihe sick and the Lord shall 
Ise him up." ', 




ST. JOHfN A.M^. GE^JRCH 

4903 Long Beaeb Avteiae 

C. Mel^id Carter, Miidster 

9:30 a.m.— ishurch School. - 

Miss J. Jackson, Siu>t. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning ^Worship. ''^Broken 

Things." Sermon by Rov. 

Melrfd Carter, Minister. 

Holy Communion. 
6:00 p.m. — A.C.E. League. Mrs. \ 

Evangeline Holn^es. 1 
7:00 p.m. — Evening'Worship; 



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Caiif^ia Asscglitioii ef Colored 
mi0§^:inci feting Ctodng J'nday 


The twStjr-B*«Btf •* » a n u a 1 
session of tbe Calil^jrnia State 
Assodatfw^ «{ "^ Qd<*ea WoSnen,. 
Inc. will e«raie to a close on Fri- 
day night at the People's .In- 
dependent Chun*. 0.1 Christ 18th 
and Paloma, where it has-been 
held since Ta«sday morning, v 

Mrs. Eslher= t. <ireaily; state 



SECOND A.M.E. CHURCH 

CJor. 43rd and San Pedro Place 
" jtey^c Aio.. B. Isaacs, Minister 

■^HaMiiy, JiMy 3dth^CLASS LEADERS' 
~ " DAY. 

1:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 

Joseph Buci<ner, supt. 
' 10:50 .a.m. — Preaching, "FOLLOW 
ME," Rev. Jno. B. Isaacs. 
7:00 p.m.— THE SMILING TRAVEL- 
ER'S QUARTETTE. 
Class Leaders will meet. their mem- 
bers at the morning service. You are 
urged to be present, 

CHRISTLyV CHURCH 

Disciples of Christ Church 

1001 E. 28th Street (at Paloma) 

Walter J. Bryant. Minister 

10:00 a.m.-:-BJb(e School. 
10:45 a.m.— Organ. 
11:00 a.m. — Sermon. 
8K)0 p.m. — Youth Meeting. 


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.' HRST A.M.E. CHURCH 

Jf erth Vernon & Kensington Ave. 

. Posadena 3, California 
; JOBorthon A. Dames, Minister 

.1 •;M,a4ni.— War Mothers Prayer Serv- 
, ,YT, ■ ice. Mrs. Thelma Blake, 

■ !• •" , leader. ._, 

'jj »130 •km.— Sunday 'School. John R. 
, Wright, supt. 

11:00 a.m. — Morning WorshH5. Evang- 
*llst Annie J. Thompson, 
Speaker. 
St3ft*Bk(n- — A. C. E. League, Theme: 
... 4¥-T.' , VLover Cdturfshlp. and 
■•i4s'i..l.j .^-Wari^age." Patsy Perry, 
i!. 1' " ■ 8K High Pres.: Rebecca 
,!'■■> ■ Wright. Jr. High Pres. 

''t tiOO p.m. — Evening Worship. Evang- 
elist Annie J. Thompson, 
.■■■■, Speaker, 

'I . "BVanflellstic campaign- begins, to be 
'VB'nttnued each night except Saturday 
until August 13th. 


FIRST AFRICAN 

METHODIST EPISCCM»AL 

CHURCH 

8th and Towne Avenue 

Rev. Fredericic D. Jordan. 

Minister 

6:00 a.m. — Sunrise Prayer Service. 

9:30 a.m.— Church Cchool, Mr. Will- 
lam Perry Superintendent 
10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship 

Sermon, Rev. Frederick D. 
Jordan, Minister 

6:00 p.m. — Christian Endeavor. Mrs. 
Cornelia Scott, President 

7:15 p.m. — Hymn Sing, J. E. Edwards 
Choir 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship, Gospel 
In Song Service 


GRACE MEMORIAL 

Church of God in Christ 

4544 South Compton Avenue , 

Rev. W. J. Taylor, Minister 

9:30 a.m.— Church School. 

M. H. Pounds, Supt, 
11:40 a.m.-^Mornlng Worship. 
5:30 p.m.— Y.P.W.W., William Webb, 

Pres. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 


[AVALON I 

CHRISTIAN OIUJICH ! 

43rd (4272) Avaiott iBlvd. I- 

Baxter cWoU Dnke. Mlnistto 

9:30 a.m. — Church School. 

, Coy Chatman, Supt. 
11:00 a.m.— Sermon. 
7:00 p.m.^Vesper Hour." 
Wednesday, 7:30 to 8:30— Weekly 
prayer meeting. ' 


ST. sinPHENS A.M.E.I 
CHURCH , I 

43^ Crocker Street ' I 
(Betweei^ 4th and 5th Streets) 
' Los,' Angeles. Calif. j 
Rev. B. Albert Beouchamp^ 
. Minister. 

11:00 a.m.— liPresiding Elder, Revl F. 
Harris, will preach at 11 
a.m., and* hold Quarterly 
i Conference. [ 

The evening sermon will be delivered 
by the pastor. 


JUNE COBB INSTITUTE Inc, 

TRUTH CENTER— 1195 E. 55th St 

Rev. George B. Williams 

in Charge 

11rf(0 a.m. — Rev. Lucy Johnson will 
deliver the message. 
The public Is Invited to attend the 
first in a series of Youth Artist pro- 
grams, Sunday, July 23, 1944, at 7:30 
p.m. ^Iver^ offering, 
Roland Ewlng, pres. Josle Carper, 


INSTITUTE OF THOUGHT 

CONTROL, INt. 

1000 E. 46th Sto4et 

Rev. Jeanearieor J. Gaunt. 

MS.D. T.C.S. 

9:00 a.m.— Daily Meditatioi^. 
11:00 a.m. — Thought ControliClini6 
2-4 p.m.— 'Science and Healing. I 
8:00 p.m. — Wednesday, Cosmic At 
tunement and Petfsonal 
Counsel. 


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EMANUEL A.M.E. 
CHURCH 

^•^'^'*2nd and Compton Avenue 
% Rev. William J. Conquest. 


tl:80 a-m. ani} 
y the Pastor. 


Minister 

8;00 p.ip.- 


-Sermon 


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,i ST. JOHN'S 

I METHODIST CHURCH 

:> Century oud Wilmington 

|;V J. J. Hicks. Minister 

SStOO a.m. — Sunrise Prayer Service. 
i' B:30 a.m.— Church School. 
Ir^iJlrOO a.m. — Morning Worship. 
iijt;30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 


NEGHBORHOOD 

COMMUNITY CHURCH 

San Pedro Street at 47th Place 

H. Maatfield Ce|llns. Founder 

ond Mtaister 

11:00 a.m.— "Soul Shelter" by Pastor 

Collins 
7:00 p.m.— Musical by the Boosters 
Quartette from Second 
Baptist Church 


WADSWORTH S.D.A. 
CHURCH 

40tb Place at Wadswerth 




;3e a.m. — Sabbath School. 
!i' Mrs. Minnie MeCaw, supt. 

J UflsOO •.«!.— Sermon, "Why Believe the 
•S, Bible." The Pastor. 

.5}i-'4:30 p.m.— Youth Meating, 


|i PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT 
I CHURCH OF CHRIST 
4025 E. 18th Street Los Angeles 
idoTton D. RusielL Minister 

f"" ♦«» a.m. — Bible School. 
.l6:15.10:4S^m.— Broadcast for s^ek 
.J . and shut-ins. 
■U t'M p.m.— Evening Service. V 
•r^11:00 a.m.— Sermon, Rev» Clayton D, 
.Jfv- Ru ssell. ; 

€ i- PLEASANT HILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Court and Bonnie Bfae 

Jtov. A. Wendell Boas. D. D.. 
Pastor 

■ do a.m.— Sunday School. Bro. T. L'. 
Taylor, Supt. 

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WESLEY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Eighth ond Son Julian Streets 
. E. W> Bdkestrowe Minister 

9:30 a.m.' — Church School 
10:30 a.m. — Junior Church 
10:50 a.m.— Morning Worship 
Morning Sermon — Rev, E. W. Rake- 
straw 

7:00 p.m.— Vespeps, Wesley Commun- 
■ nty Center, 1029 E. Vernon 
Vesper Message — Rev. E, W. Rake- 
straw 


FAITHFUL CENTRAL 
BA<»TIST CHUIiCH 

40th Plojce' and Palomia Street 
Dr. A. C Copers, Pastor 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School. 
10:00 a.m.-j-Evanpellcal Hoin-. 
11:00 a.m.-rMorning Service^ 

6:00 p.m.^B.Y.P.U. 

7:30 p.m.^-Evening" Service. 


MT. VERNON CHURCH OF 

*GOD IN CHRIST 

5421 Sduth Central Avei^e 

Ret. : C. T. Jdmes, Minister 

9:30 a.m.-^Sunday School, '■. 
12:00 noon— Service. 
5:30 p.m.-l-Y.P.W.W. , 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Servtea. 


Rev;J.H.Wiison 
Is Paid High Mr 

A stately figure leftfchui;!* life 
but not without all of the pomp 
and circumstance befitting some- 
one of his greatness. 

On Monday night, July 24; lead- 
ing nriinisters and church people 
from Ithis and -many otlier com- 
mxmitles gathered at historic 
First AME church, 'Eighth and 
Towne avenue^ to pay tribute to 
the retiring Rev. J. H. Wilson of 
the African Methodist Episcopal 
ChurcJi. 

The Heverend, who is also the 
retiring editor of the Western 
Clulstian Rjecdrder, was honored 
with a Testimonial and a recep- 
tion. The' auditorium was filled 
to capacity with the people who 
came to pay homage to a never- 
fo-l)e-f orgotten figure in the AME 
church. 

Reverend Wilson was showered 
with many gifts from his many 
friends and grateful associates. 
The presentations, telegrams an<l 
messages ranged from cash to 
many tol?ens of esteem. 

Sortie of the greatest orators 
the church has ever Icnown were 
on hand to pay tribute to the re- 
tiring and stately clergyman. The 
tributes were glowing and full of 
sincerity, which bespoke the feel- 
ing and^ esteem which tlie min- 
isters' and people have for Rev. 

WilSOTl. r 

He ^ has been in the service of 
the church for over 57 years, and 
during that time he spent 16 
yearsi as editor of the AVestem 
Christian Recorder. 

Whpn the Reverend was called 
to the rostrum to speak, he gave 
a bieautiful and brilliant account- 
ing of his stewardship. He told 
of liis 57 years as teacher, preach- 


er, pastor, editor and writer in 
the inimitable voice which has 
made 'him so well loved by all 
wlio Imow him., i .1 
.Tributes were t^ceived from 
Bishop R. R. Wright of WUber- 
force, Ohio; Dr. Fred A. Hughes, 
successor to Ds. Wilson as editor 
of the Western Ghriitian Record- 
err Prof. A. S. Jacikson, financiial 
secretary' of .the AME Church, 
Washington, E>. O.J Dr.' J. G. Rob- 
inson, e d i to r emeritus of the 
AME Church, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Dr. N. t>. Potter,; editor of the 
Tampa Bulletin, Tampa, Fla.^ 
Rev. Eugene Kelley, Wichita, 
Kans.;^6v. and Mrs. C. N. Aus- 
tin, Marysville, Calif.; Rev. X. C. 
Ruynon, Bei^eleyi,' CalU*; Rev. 
and Mrs. C. D. ToUiver, San 
Francisco, Calif.; R6vl E. S. 
Foust, Reno; Nev.; Rey. L. H. 
Owens, Bethfel A»tE Church, San 
Dieg6, Calif.; Rev'. F. Jesse Peck, 
Kansas City, Kans.; President 
George F. Martin, West|5m Uni- 
versity. ' T 

Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Wilson, 
Santa Ana," CaMf.; Revi. C; L. Up- 
thegrove. Phoenix, Arik.r' Rev. 
andTilrs. M. L. Hawktos, Berke- 
ley, Calif.; Mrs. Fannie Spreece, 
Berkeley, Calif.; Rev. J. R. Mc- 
Gee, St. James AME Church, rbil- 
l,as, Tex.; Mrs. Lottie JW. Whitfe, 
Arkansas City, Kans.; Rev. and 
Mrs. Browning C. Allen, Port- 
land, Ore.; Mrs. Pearl Lowery 
Winters, Bakersfield, Calif.; Mrs. 
Marie Muckeyroy, San Bernar- 
dino, Calif.; Rev; W. E. Brown- 
mg, Brooks Chapel, Tulare, Calif., 
Mrs. Emma Drisden, Batersfield, 
Calif. _ I ■*•' ^"l'; ' 

Local expressions'' included: 
Mr. Hertiert Lampklns, Grand 
Worthy Patron,; Golden State 
Grand Chapters 6. E. S.; Mrs. 
Ethel G. Prioleui Rev. J. Cbicln- 
natus White and Bethel AME 


Bishop urns 

At Sod«l R^epHQO 

Blshbp Urid isn.^Ii.y. ;ShaW | 
ware givesi a rieeq>tion in their 
honor by Miss Bess|e Simon and 
Mrs. M J. Hick? erf Boyle Heights 
and the ^T^run was in charge 
of Miss E^^Khe K. Owens, pronai- 
nent mi«acian of the city. 

The d^ljlcidus p«r^hments 
were in ^hSrge of Mrs. Edward 
Owens, ahtt Mrs. H. A. Reeves, 
Ijoth life: long fri«hds of the 
Shaws. Miss Wyce Perry played 
incidental music throughout the 
evening. The many guests left 
the beautiful' home' in* aiie wee 
hours of the morning, tru^ hav- 
ing spent a lovely everiin'g. 

Bishop Shaw had' to Jeaye the 

city, Friday aftemoo" for ^points 

east, but Mrs. ghaw will ix .pie 

i^r i sister fori three 


^vice.pre8la«a* tad .president of 
the L<)r«Angteler seetioft.whfcn is 
the; hjMt.*r this oecwton, gave 
tlie welc^^ing address. 

Mrs.^^ Vivian' Osbome-MarSh. 
state projident presided at. the 
Tu^idfty «fterBoon session, and 
v^^^TMidtet.' Mrs..Billie Ashby, 
presh!^ at'tiw Tuesday evening 

sesrion.' 

, A pr*-convehtion was held on 
Mo^ay ni^t, at whk* time 
Mrs; Mabel Massengill and mis- 
tress o£ c^Jremwiips, and the Rev. 
Clayton D. RusseU, pastor of 
the Church read the invocation. 
The closing; session will be 
highligh'ted -iV: a, pn^ram to be 
given -by -the' National Associa- 
tion, of Colored'- Girls," under the 
direction of Mrs. Salvuletta Gor- 


Fletcher Bowron, who welomned 
the group of the city, Att<an^ 
Thomas L. Griffith, Norman O. 
Houston, Rabbi Nussbaum, Floy4 
Covington, and Mrs. EvelyA 
Quimby, state 2nd vice-preside^ 
and president of the El.Ccntr* 
section. 

The collectt>n taken alter the 
interracial program was applied 
to the Mary Bethune Scholarslrip 
Fund. 


don, supervisor. Mrs. Jane Ed- 
ward is president of the NACG. 

The' Independent OiuPch 
Cathedral choir, under 'the 
direction of Albert McNeil sing 
at most of. the sessions. Notables 
yho attended and spoke at some 
of the sessions are: Majyor 


guest 
weelcs, 


of 


Church; Mk^; W.' L. Martin; -S. P. 
Johnson Mortuary; Rev. B. A. 
Beauchamp, St.;Stephenis AME 
Church; Revl S. M^. Beanej Ham- 
ilton MJ:. Church;' Rev. G. L. 
Hays and wife, prteiiing. elder of 
CME Churdhi; Rev. A. K. Quiroi, 
Santa Miiriica; Rev.J. B- Isaacs, 
Second AME Chiirch, Lbs An- 
geles; Di-. land 'Mrs.. P'rice^'Cobbs, 
M.D.; Lpfei' A n^ei^« District 
Cradle ' Roll :I>epartment, Mrs. 
Pinlde Wilson, superintendent. 

This gre&t and noble testimbn- 
ial was "conceived apd carried 
tlirough by Reverend Frederick 
D. Jordan, pastor of First AME 
Church, Eighth and Towne, 


Baha'i World Faith 

1907 Weat Sth »rMt at Baacon 
"THE UNIVETOITY OF THE 

BAHA'I FAITH" 
' Wiilard P. Hatch, apcaker 
Sunday July 2 3 p.m. 

' No Admitalon Fee. No Collection 
7:45-8^ p. m,— 


Radio Series, 


Sundays, 
KFOX 


Spiritual fldNdsoi 


SPlRltUAt COUNSEL 

ADVICC; an^ HiiP ov any 

Problents, by Appointment 

GOl ADams [k.2824 


TWENTY-NINTH 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

SCIENTIST 

1316 Eaat 4«th Street 

Christian Science aervicea are 
held en Sunday at 11 a.m. 

Wednesday evening meetings. In- 
clude testimonials of Christian Sci- 
ence healina. held at 8 p.m. 

Sunday School held at 9:30 a.m. 
for pupils up, ot 20 years bf age. 

Reading Room open daily from 2 
to S p.m. except Sundays and Holi- 
days. 

Alt are cordially Inviud to attend 
our aervicea and visit our Reading 
Room. 



Dr. John J. Mortwi 

May be seen in person lor 
private consultation and ad- 
vice by special appointment. 
Call CE. 2-4534 . 

He is leader of the Temple 
of the Holy Nazarene, which 
has been incorporated \mder 
California law. The church U 
located at 1:139 East 51st St, 

Doctor Masters was bom In^ 
Bombay, India.' Services ar*-, 
held every Sunday morning 
at 11 a.m. apd Sunday nighr 
7:30 p. m. Circles are held 
every Tuesday night at 7:30; 
spiritual classes held every 
Thursday night. Services Fri- 1 
day nights, 8:00 o'clock. 

Persons wishing to write tet 
him for advice may do so by: 
sending the letters to Post Of- 
fice Box 72, Station K, LOB' 
Angeles, Zone 11. 


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MT. SHENIK TEMPLE 

2750 west Tempi* j 

Evangelist Eula Smith Merqndia, 
Founder 

■9:30 a.tn.l — Sunday School. 
11:00 p.m.! — Morning Worship. 
8:00 p.m.^ — Evening-Worship. 


THE FffiST AFRICAN 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
ZION CHURCH 

Pico and Folema Streets 

P. M. MorshplL Pastor 

"Tho Church with o'FriendlT 

Welcome" 

ll-a^Ri.— Dr. Herman Dreer, A.M.D.D. 
Subject: "Quest and Con- 
guest." 
t.p.m.— Immigration and Integration 
gratlpn of Negroea. Dr. Dreer 




i|i»try of 


Supt, 
iTtOO a.m. — Sermon: "The 

! Afflictions." 

9:30 p,m.i-The Young Womea Junior 

,,,.;■ League r ... 

Iff *:M p.m.— Baptist Training Union. 

, .Jp Sis. M. B. Roller, [Dr. 

^r-' 7:48 p.m.— Reports of California State 

-I'i" ■ Baptist Convantioii. 

■ '-I. i,: M •■ - Ow Challenge by^ Pastor 

■■ Lrti ' - Vou are welcome. Come. 


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PHHUPS TEMPLE 
' CM.E. CHURCH I 

„, , . 971 Eost 43rd Strwt 
mwvk Lone C. C3eavea, A..b|. D. D» 
;; Minister 

I? Men'a Day, at Phillip* Twible, will 
ir-Ae oboarvad this Sunday, Julyj23, 1944. 
iSt 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. 
^^^an to attend one of each of these 
- '••rvlcas. O. W. Bilbrew, chairman of 
.program; Rav, Lane C. Cleaves mini- 
' - aUr. ! 


FOUR SQUARE GOSPEL 

CHURCH 

2214 Hooper Arm. 

ItCT. Pearl I. Teliver, Poster 

9:4S a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Preaching by the Paster. 
7:46 p.m. — Sermon by Pastor. 
7:45 p.m. — Friday Night Prayer 
Meeting. 


LIBERTY SPIRITUAL 
TEMPLE 

5514 So. Ceati«l Ave. 
Ser. H. L. Morgan. Pastor 

SERVICE— Friday Night. 
10^00 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Sunday Service. 

* Sunday Night Service with 

Water Healing. 


iVIid-Wee 
Thursday, 


Servicer— Tuesday, 8:q0 p.m. 
Sister Watkins in charge. 

8:00 p.m. — Prayer Mieeting 
and Bible Class. 


MctOY MEMORIAL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

'atk East, 46th Sizeet 
Rev. E. A. Andersoni Pastor 

9:30 a.iin. Sunday School will be In 
charge of the assistant supt., G. A. 
McMullin; Morning worship at 11:00 
a.m. win feature Rev. Anderson in 
"The Great Commission" — subjisct for 
Missionary Day at McCoy. The BTU 
will meet! at 6:45 p.m., and at |7 p.m. 
sister E. A. Anderson, l»res. bf the 
Missionai^y Society, will- preijent a 
panel discussion on " Evangelism." 
-Under St. Anderson's leadership the 
;«^issionai|y Society is putting over a 
progressive spiritual, and benevotent 
program.! ■ 

The public it invited) to vforahip 
with us (at all times. Ride "V" ear 
to McKli^ley, walk two blocks to 4«th; 
and turn jwesf on 4€th 


Sacred Concert by thej Fiiino^s 

y Baptist B(K)steiiQuiHiii 

1^"-'i- . . I tn Be Held at ^ 'j'''H ■ 

The Neiglborhood Community Church' 

j , THE BKV, H. M. COIXINS, PASTOJB ; 

j 47th PLACE AND SAN PEDBO r * i ' 

May. July 30th, imii 7:10 pi 

Sponsored by Hie Boost-ers Cfub of t| 
Neighborhood CommunifyCnur^l 

i ZELDA CLEAVER, CONTESTANT i 

Everybody Welcome — Sllvei <>ff eii)n« 
Dollie Lenunons, Presidait | i 
Mary Wallser, Captalq ■ JJ 



7ALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH ANNOtllA:E$ SERVICES 

**Come let tit go Ittip the 1u>u»e Iff the LortF^ . 


ROSE TEMPLE SPIRITUAL 
CHURCH 

4158 lifcXiBler ., 
BeV. Millie A. Roberts, Ptntor 

S:00 p.m. — Thursday Eveninga, 
8:00 p.m. — Sunday Evenings. . 
-MESSAGES AT EACH SERVICE 


CHRIST TEMPJLE CHURCH 

- r 54fli St. and Hooper Ave. 
■ K Biiiiop C. P. lones, D J>iO J)., 
^Q P«rtor. 

^^ Bm. XSS7 EMt 42iid St. 
•'Came end Worahip with ua." 
•:00 a.m.— Aunriaa Prayer SaiSrica. 
:;"f Mr. J. •.Basa. 

'il!*r'»:45.a.m.!-Sunday Softool. Mk Sher. 
•iK , man Chrialey, aupt. 

||tjl!«i*.m.— -Mrmon by BIshalp C. 
■ fr Jonea. 

•:48 p.m.— H.y.P.U. , _ . 

7:00; p.m,— Sarmoiv _^A»siat*nt Pastor, 
.Jllav^ J.^*«. Hughs|a» Jr. 


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MT. CARMEL MISSfoNARY 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

3064 East First Street 
Bev. J. S. Peteneo. Pastor 

9:30 a.m.^Sunday School. | ; 

10:45 a.m. — Devotionals. ' 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

S:00 p.m. — Baptist Training Union. 


TEMPLE OF HOLY UtWt \ 

2626 So. San Pedro Stn^ 
Rev. jciiazles Bark^ Poster 

Thursday, July 13 — Willebme Xyorker 
Temple, Rev. Mary Mitchel in Charge. 
Friday, Jiuly 14 — Temple of Light, Rev.' 

C. L. earner- of Houston, Tsxaa In 

Charge.! i 

Sunday, iJuiy Ifr^Rev. li. Mailox In 

chargeJ ' 

Monday, July 17 — Seeker's School of 

Divine Science. Rev. Sarah Daico 

in chaitge. 
Tuesday. July 18 — ^Temple of Nimrod, 

Rev. Welletta Mickins In charfle 
Wednesday, 3 uiy 19 — Temple of Divine 

Truth, Rev. S. A. Jackson In charge. 
Thursday. July 20— Talents Night. Mr. 
- John G)ipson in charge. I 

Service opened at 8 p.m. each^night. 


TEMPlj^ OF DIVINE TRUTH 

909 East S3rd Street T ' 

Los Aageles, CaUf. i^.. , 
InvitasI the pubHc- to itteniJ' IP' "pro- 
gram featuring Rev. Zor'a C. iBanks 
and her choir Of soldiers from Camp 
Anza, California, Sunday, July ISth 
at 8:00 p.m. ' , 

Rev. Susie A. Jackson, pastor. 


HAMILTON 

METHOraST CHURCH 

East 18th aad Msnni . Aveliqe 

S. M. Bean*. 9. Dw Paster 

•;30 a.m.'— Church School. ~ 

Prof. C. L. Eaaen, Supt. 
11:00 •.m.— 6ermon, Pastor; Subject, 
"The CMory of the Heuae 
of God." 
<:00 p.m.— Mctbediat Youth Fellow- 
ahip Inspirational singing. 
Helpful Discussions. ^ 
7:30 p.m..— Paator'a Helpers present 
the old Sengs Jn •oatume. 
, c, Coitta* , _ 


SUNSET AVENU? S.p.A 

CHURCH j . 

Sunset and Peppu, Pasadena 

O^t'vn A. ^^« Mimstelr - 

10:00 a.nji.— Sabbath School for |AdHlU 

I and Children; 
11:30 a.m. — Sermon. 
3:30 p.m.- Youth Pronnjiw. , 

rTIST TEJhPLB 
EMt 4801 Strert 
A CihQreh (Xt ^mdlian Fleoipl* 

t:30 a.tn.— Sunday Schofalj 

11:30 a.m. — Preaching. 1 i- 

8:00 p.m. — PraachiiTg. ' T 

You are invited to hear Paato^J. C 
Sweeney, former pastor of Ei^Bethel 
Baptist Church, Dallas. Texak God 
has given him the nicsaage. 
— — ^ DINNER WERY SiIiNDXY 




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Thfe Gali^ Baptist Churt* Crtow incofpoMtefl), Cbmer ^i^ Street 
and Stanford Avfenue, welcomes you to all services . . .],a ehurcli 
witli a spiritual and friendly hand slialte and soirtliraTJ klo^ltality. 
Y<^ need tlie diuitA and tlje church, needs you. i .., . , . 

' 1! OBDEB OF SEBVKX' : .^'l;^' --'i';'' ""■■'' 

Sund&y School-!^ — i-~~- — ; p- -17—-^—^ — -^'^ *• '"• 

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Morning Servii 
B. T. U...... 

Evening Service - 

nrayer Afeeting. Thursday Ei^nipg- 

Qioir Rehearsal^ Thursday-.-.- ~4— ^ 

Go^irf Oibir Rehearsal. ■Friday--..^-l—-i 


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.6:30 p.m. 

S;OP p.jn. 

7:30 p-m. 
» SUK pi.^ 
— 7:308 PwBB. 


Sunday, August eth, 1944 will be ijomeconttog Day. 

S. Kemp, Chairman Deacoh Board; Rev. J. W. Ciirry, jOiair;. 
man Trustee Board; Rev. Archie^ J. WiBiams, 


41' ■ 


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Education and Mu^c;' Rev.. £. K 
WOec, Church C3erk. 


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PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY 
tjdcc jtfver every detail of funeral procedure^ 
Iffbm latrang^ents for religious services to transporta- 
a>o^.ihe deceiasedi rem or to a dist*it city, our patron* 
asjsured tfea^ everything will jibe done flawlessly 
Hvhett tticy rel^f on the years of experience and the superb 
facilities of -iour institution. 








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World Traveler Speaks 
At Baba'i Center Sunday 

Orcella Rexf ord, world traveler, 
lecturer and writer, at present 
making her home in Hollywood, 
will (peak Sunday, July 30, 3 
p.m., at the Baha'i Center, 1709 
West 8th Street, on: "BXJILDmG 
THE WORLD OF TOMORROW." 
Orcella Rexford was one of the 
delegates from California to the 
Baha'i Centennial held in Wil- 
mette, 111., May 23, 1944, and hax 
just returned from a two months' 
tour of the east, wt^ere she has 
been the gattX speaker in ^ix 
cities. ■ ii'^v; 

Her contacts with many minds 
who are thinking about our near 
fttture gives an added insight 
into tl^e progress that is being 
made jfe the directioztof building 
a better world. Everywhere she 
went she found people searching 
for a program for a permanent 
peace and a new way of life to 
offer tUelr sons when they re- 
turn. -^ 

It was one of the highlights 
of the convention when a famous 
woman flyer told that she had 
e.xamined two hundred peace 
plans but had found the most 
complete and workable the one 
offered by the Baha'i Faith. The 
inspiration received at this great 



B«V. K. A. AmriBKSOir akeive 

la, tiM behnBd ylicg af MtoCi»r 
Memorial BiqptM Ckmnk, 1» 
csled At «n Swt 4Mi street. 
Servieee are heli at MeOey 

Memorial at 11 a. m. am4 t:M 
p. in. «Mi SoBdaya. The Hea<iy 
ScImoI eoHTeaoa mit $'M m. iifc > 


conVenticm which was attended 
by several thousand laha'ls trerii' 
all parts of the world will bo ro> 
fleeted in Orcella Rcxford's han> 
dling of this vlUl sab)«et AU 
are welcome. There is no kdmis^ 
sion fee or collection. 


NOTICE 

Are You WoiTi«d? Are You 
UNHAPPY, or SICK? 

VISIT KING SOLOMONnS TSMPUC €fP BXU<»OeB 
SCIENCE mad NATIONAL PBATtB LBAGOX. We tee he^ 

lug athen and can help yoo, no matter what y««r leeHatM 
may lie. Begnlar meetiiigB Sunday aad Weteaadi^ alfMii. 

8 o'clock. 


1348 E. 22nd St.. Mroe. Loratia Carter, 

Pbone, BI.«02« 

I have Just received frmn CMcago a s M pm — t ml 

Dr. Pryor'a Saered OUa, CaaOes, laeease, Bte. 


CREOLE 

BEAUTY SHOPPE 

We carry the Isrreet and moet eom< 
plete Bne at Oeole and French refiaed 
hab goods la the Weel OombingSi aad 
Cot Hair made to order. 

E. O, MORRIS, Prop, i 
2221 Ccniral Atcimm ' 
Ph.: PR. 7.f991 Los Anfolts 



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J. VMderIck Baa] 
ad Gwptf BtfrtJtor^ 
the Ui» «f Chrftt U eatoMd ^e* 
tui«s at the l*fi«hm- Baptist 
Chureh, center «tiiSp aiid Wads- 
worth strsets. -TlMtJ snet Sci^ 

ture is quoted frMff msmen^ as 
the views are- Jbtfac. shewa. i The 
first shewteC'^*«» gtvea- Wedncs' 
day, JUljr M. llit j^cMd win be 
given tUS fveaiBS. ffhursdar. 

The sixth aaauai! Ushers' Day 
of tiie mtgrtm Wj^tlst Vaha 
Beard <wffl k* httdJKtnday, Jttly 
ao^ «t *:»9<m. ^nap D 4rffl 
teem wffl be in d^ttgc .Jamas 
DOlwwrth is uraaMaat. A cordial 
iavitatien is «ctehdi|td.te an. - 4 

It was ja w ead e rtu l sennen, 
and th«« wtt* «Mpl« ;prsscnt 
frent all parts 4f tii city t» hear 
It. The Ijttt k.cdryWy uslar 
our yastar aad we jaie an prwid 
•fhta. _ \ I 

There w«r» twa >ab]<ts duist- 
eaed. as their methcrs gave the 
bakiee bad( to God; tiicn 
feUewcd baptisliyr. 

liidK wn mt i|M|« addltlen 
to the diturdi. Our associate 
mialstMr: Rev: B. { Mitchell, dc- 
Itveied the messaie from the 
stihject: 'The tewer ef God's 
Wert." ■ . j_ •■"■■ ■ 

Itev. M. W.^WsjIe^'Vuter; Mrs. 
L. F. GraluiB, HMriL'' 


*!55«?N 


Arthur H. Dunham 

" j Teacher of Voice 

Auditions free 

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5125 So. San Pedro I ^Dams 12358 


QUALITY EYEGLASSES 




hatff-rJthe 
if your souls: 

^at dreamj 
mlad soi 


OiiRftilCMiHgMt 

SpMtail.SifVM 

An «ftUHCti(«kl ttnd spiritual 
service-^wlll^ ke . fivca at the 
Salats Home, ChuKfa of God In 
Christ, aOth and Qlsopec avenue, 
Thaifldajr, Auf. 14^ at a pjn. In 
tills Mfvlcc, ypt|.s 
privilege e( enipt 
up te, God, tclUiSi 
that »as worrftd 
lent, tcUbif the viSieh yeii havel 
net had tine to tdl. W^ a^ tel 
hMp eae aaethof. iV fiie has a 
dTMiBt-lct hlmCtfSB it K you| 
ar* tardened. •tajteMd.sldK e 
haeksUddcn, ceme land let* s seel 
the Lord. teffet)^^| 

The- keys evecsea* need euc: 
^Ip. Let ua t*t .tegcthcr. \\cA 
^f^ ceraea. threngh- lastiaf,^ 
pnorlnt, lava and Vaith; t 

All deaeminati4s 'ate Invited] 
1^ Ged there Is no respect of perl 
seas, fills service |wUl be cversf 
Thursday, begi^nii^r Aufust lOj 
irala 3 te d pjii., eeatiaulaf fet 
three weelcs. Xlder. Ryran i*ti\ 
Idns win be dne M the manjif 
freat, [^ealcets,: 11 griett ^ifiaat to be 
blteacd of the L«rd, «eAt iail lt4 
cease. Ged has o r d e r ed thlS' serv- 
ice-^Ieasa obey l^^dSl^ Ttf4i 
sister in Christ Jedus, -Jl wwk- 
er for Ged aad Atterlea." naidd 
IL 9««rC ntde^ liaC East 41st- 

Tietaty farm v^nteers, during 
the Amuaer ef tM, can ebtaia 
adequate perseriki ac^dent cov' 
araf* thwugh Vlettey Fsnn Vol- 
nntedr Accident polidcs. as is- 
sued by mSny eorapfnifs^on re- 
[quest of the United' SUtes 
partment of A||TicQlturc. 


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rvtm DKIVtS — Shown above 
arejtiM Kev.jCteytoa D. Bns- 
seai pastor ol the Pete's la- 
dsJsiiisat Cliareh and the 
' I aadjelerks of ttie 
all od whom are lead- 


ing a drive to pat the United 
Negro Ccdlege Fiud Drive over 
the top. From left to right th«y 
are, bottmn row: Dalsty Mark- 
ham, Dr. N. A. Feoroace, Ber- 
nard C. HeradoB, the S«v. 
Clayton D- BaaajeU. Gilbert 
Undsey, ' Thomas jMeKee | 


Bafli I. Jadooa. 1)M Mw, left 
to right: Isaae tt«bljaaon, 
Thimiaa 4. DadnM, AHOneO 
Rfriblnaon, AaaemNynMa Aa> 
gitttos Bawidas, aai Fraait A. 
Baadolph. Both Fm^ aai B. 
J. Poetw, dnidi lieilu^ do aot 
ivpeeir In tte ptetaae. 


Rfv. C. H. ijoney 
Prt^bediflSt.Paol 



Mt.Carmel Welcomes You 
To Attend Its Sehfices 


Howiid Praftsm 
Til ^■•lit SsiiUv 

Df. Alain Leroy Locks, Rhodes 
adidlar, for many years pcefessor 
at Howard University. Washing- 
tmi, D.C., will \>e guest at the 
First AJd.E. Church, 801 Towne 
Avdnue tfaid Sunday morning. 
Dr. Locke who is in tlM city for 
several engagements including 
the, Town Hall, and Occidental 
GoUegc was one of the teadien 
ef !ltcv . Frederidc D. Jordan, 
pasitor of the church, when he 
was in college. Recognized as 
a keen student of social trends 
his comments upon recent ob- 
servations are sure to prove in- 
teresting and profitable. The 
Morning serm<m will be deliv- 
ered by the Pastor. The Senior 
Chbir under the direction of Miss 
Robert V. Edwards will ainr- Mrs. 
LiOian R. Moore wiU be the 
soljoist ' 

The Get Acquainted Club of 
the church, Mrs. Bessie Whit- 
aker, president, is inviting Its 
members and friends to a French 
Tepi St the home of Mrs. Jessie 
Heirrell, 824 East Jefferson Blvd. 
Interesting i)rogram, beautiful 
decorations a^ure a delightful 
occasion. At the Evening hour 
the Gospel Choir under the di- 
rection if Miss Pauline Whitaker 
will present ite monthly Siervke, 
"Gospel in Song." 


Dr.VMiiiUtlRj|i^ 
At Ajwpef Hoif Siifcy^ ^ 

Under fte auspices e( Si fk«Ji- 
cU' and St P»«llae'i lDi*«». • 
Rev. WUIian. A. Tbaerabte wffl* 
-hold vceper aervieeaereu >■»• 
day at 4:00 pjn, at fte Chiiatlan 
Disciples Churtt, SM «■« 
Hooper Ayenue. beginBlBg SOR^ 
day, July ». 1944. ;. 

Dr: Venerable wUl apaak «a 
the platfonn of the B0|y TttiAtf* 
Mrs. , : -rgaeet 9m •«* lisfc 
Elolse Lee will diaim the a«d^ 
ence with beautlMl musical teii- 
dltions. The service v^ Itst dpdSr 
one hour. This Irita aIl-natlMi*fe 
endeavOT. Rev, Daflem, Rev. A, 
L. Brewer and Rev. Ok P. Mul* 
son are assodates. 


M . Teae^ 
CharleJB M. Toney, field 
secretary of the Los Angeles Dis- 
trict Associatibi of the Western 
Baptist Convention, delivered the 
morning semjion at the Second 
Baptist Church of Alhambra, on 
June 35, 1944,[of which Modera- 
tor G. A. Milder is pastor. Rev. 
Toaey delivered a great message 
loci the church group system. 

Tucaday evening, July 4, Rev. 
Honey preached at the proud St. 
Paul Baptist Ichurch, East 22nd 
and Naomi streets, of which Rev. 
S. A. WiUiamS is pastor and Rev. 
J. L. Branhaijn, assistant pastor. 
Rev. Mr. Teiiey's subject was 
taken from SU Mark^:2r "Look- 
ing at Jesus Christ:^ "^^ 

By request! of bis pastor, Rev. 
Al C CapersI pastor of Faithful 
Central Baptist Church, |:ast 40 
place and Paloma streets, as a 
key event in his eighth anni- 
versary celebration. Rev. Toney 
preached on July 2, 1944, at, the 
church. He also delivered a mes- 
sage at Faithful Central Baptist 
Church, on Sunday, July 23, 1940 
from the subject: Jesus Christ, 
the True Evidence of God's Love 
t« Man. So^ipture reference, John 
3:18. 

Rev. Ton^y announces this 
w^^'s scripture as St Mark, 
7:1-37. 


The population oit the city of 
Los Angeles is growing tremen- 
dously large — the Mt Carmel 
Missionary Baptist Church is 
growing proportionately. Nu- 
merically, financially, and spir- 
itually this little-big church is 
experiencing a gigantic boom. 
What with the entrance of our 
new, young, progi]essive pastor 
and the influx of vtjteran church- 
men Mt. Carmel is fast becoming 
the source of spiritual supply 
out here in the Boyle Heights 
area. , 

Under the brillisint leadership 
of our minister, the Rev. J. Sy- 
deli Peterson, every phase of the 
church is taking cln helpful in- 
spiration. Visit our Sunday 
School, under the supervision of 
Thomas Moore. Visit, our BYPU, 
under the leadership of Helen 
S. Watson. Hear our dioir, under 
the direction of Beulah B. Bruce 
Hear our pastor preach, under 
the guidance of the Holy Ghost. 

On Sunday, July 30th, the Rev. 
Clarence F. Stauffftr, chaplain at 
the General Hospital, will be 
speaking at the morning worship 
service. The general missionary 
movement of the church ds spon- 
soring this service, -In fact, Sun- 
day is missionary day it Mt 
Carmel, so plan to attend all 
services throughout the day. 

Go to smne church every Sun- 


Hear Sons of jDaviid 

The SONS of DAYID, a reli- 
gious orchestra will be presented 
In a full length program next 
Sunday afternoon, July 30Qi, at 
4 o'clock at Trbdty Baptist 
Church. Representatives from 
the orchestra under the direction 
of Joseph C. Uggins were heard 
in a brijcf introductory program 
at the church receiit§;;Tlie group 
is composed of well known local 
musicians some of whwn were 
formerly with leading bands of 
the nation. The return engage- 
ntent is in the' interest of the 
parsonage rally and specifically 
to boost the candidacy of Mrs. 
Velma Westfield-Hogans c o n- 
testant for the titt^ of "Miss 
Trinity." The program and the 
candidacy of Mrs. Hogans is be- 
ing sponsored by Clarence Har- 
grave, the radio dramatic artist 
Special Soloists will be heard in- 
cluding Rev. C. T. James Central 
Avenues' singing Clergyman and 
Norris J. Stokes Jr., popular 
baritone. Thet* vi^ be ao ad- 
mission charge. 15' 

Trinity Baptist Chinrch is 
located at West 35th St and 
Normandie Ave. | itev. J.; Lyle 
Gaston, pastor, t [ j 

day* if convenient come to l^t 
Carmel. 



Notice to AH NiiioMi 
Convention Mi^ng^s 

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Please send yonfr „riame and 
address and the number oif mes- 
sengers from your church to Rev. 
M. H. Jaclison, New Hope Bap- 
tist Churdi,l91$ Bogel Street 
Dallas , Texas. Do this at once 
so that your asrignment may be 
mailed you in time. Advance 
assignment will save you time, 
expense and worrry, also help 
the Committee place you with 
less trouble. Remember the del- 
eg^don wUl be large and we 
want your cooperation. By re- 
ceiving your assignment by mail 
and mailing adcnowledgement 
to Rev. Jat^sot^ at Assignment 
Headquarters, you may go from 
station to your stopping place 
directly, Uitia, saving taxi fare. 

To say that Dallas is leaving 
no stone unturned to amply pre- 
pare tor your entertainment is 
a; mild .representation of facts. 
Watch the papers for announce- 
ments. — ^T. M. Chambers, iSlrec- 
tor of Publicity,, 


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To many a war weary and 
travel worn veteran, social secur- 
ity will mean the opportunity to 
settle down in a home of his 
!<^WB. Will his plans to meet pay- 
^ipMits on a home take account 
of unexpectedly high social in- 
surance deductions from earn- 

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nv MEHORIUM or BaUDRKD 
■AWXmS STRANGE 

The family of the late Mildred 
Hawkins Stzange experesses their 
sincere appreciation to their 
many friends and neighbors for 
their kindness, cards, beatitiful 
floral tributes and assistance 
ouf bereavement. 

A special expression of thanks 
is Extended ;to Rev. Clayton Rus- 
aeli. Rev. 3l M. Brown, Mr. Gil- 
b«t Allen, Idiss Brown, and the 
mtire staff of the Angelus Fune- 
ral iH«ne for their unforgettable 
klndnees. [ 

Ifr. Charles Strange, husband, 
daughters land son, Clarence 
Uvely, Mrs. C^helia Hawkins, 
Mr.B. K. Hawkins, father, Mrs. 
Genevieve ] Webb, sister, Mr. 
Meredith Hawkins, brother, and 
their respective families. 




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-Tbc CaJifomia Eagle, Thut$day, July 27, 1944] 

the music. Mr. Tloyi I. GtblUs of 
Los Angeles spoke at the evening 
services. Mr.; C P. J'ord, princi- 
pal of the Jefferson Texas higji 
school, who is takii^g a post grad- 
uate course in music at U.S.C./ 
played for both services. Mrs. 
Netfa Gamer and Miss Florine 
Johns, also a school teacher in 
Jefferson, Texas, were among 
the visitors. Rev. and Mrs. 
George R. Gamer were dinner 
guests Sunday With Rev. and^ 
Mrs. E. C. Walkins. 

Sunday, August 6, is Woman's- 
Day and Rev. Mrs. L. Beard will 
preach at 11 a. m. Rev. Mabel L. 
Oliver will speak at 8 p.m. Spe- 
cial music by the Women's Choir 
at both services. 


Sliiilph A. M. E. Zion CSiarch 
Jfy Boberts WaUdns 

TJje* pastor and wife report a 
iellghtful vacation trip to the 
California Conference which met 
in' S«i Mateo a couple of weeks 
ago> The newly appointed Pre- 
Mdlng Elder Rev. W. B. Smith 
of Oakland hield the Fourth Quar- 
terly Conference on the third 
Bun day and Monday night. 
tS623.49 for the quarter was re- 
ported as raised. 

Rev. George R. Gamer, minis- 
ter of the All Nations' church 
Was the morning speaker on the 
Kfen's Day program last Sunday 
and the Royal Sextette furnished 


$5000 CASH 

f win pay up to $5,000 for 
yoar 'home. Sell it for c»sh. 
» ot my five phones la — 

WA. 2218 or WE. 8975 


A bachelor correspondent of a 
western nawspaper <» objects to 
compulsory social insurance pro- 
posals because, he says, "Unmar- 
ried workers and their depend- 
ents are cheated in order to in- 
crease benefits to married work- 
ers and their families." 



Easy Terms 
ArMnged 
Without 

. Red Tape 


BABY CLOTHES 

Bands, Blankets, Diapers, 

Shirts, Shoes, Slips, 

Dresses, Caps, 

and 

Carriage Cavers 

Children's Dresses 

Slips, Panties, Socks, Sweat- 
ers, Skirts, Play Togs, Coats, 
Suits, etc. 


MRS WHITE 

-m^ 4420 SO. CENTRAL AYE. > 


PASTOB IhONOBED 6v IS' 
ANNIVEBSAEY — Observlnis: 
the f i r 8 jt anniversary;: of ihfi 
Bbwen Memorial MetbodUt 
Clrarch, Ejast 36th Hnr* Trinlt^ 
Streets, the above groups gath- 
ered on last Thursday night 
for the anlversary banquet, 
given in honor of BevM'enjd 
and Mrs. Hamilton T. Boswell.. 
Outstanding personalM^ at' 
tending were Bishop and Mr^. 
A. P. Shaw, of the Baltimoi^e 
Area of the Methodist Church, 
who attMided the banqaet with 
a host of friends among whoijn. 
were: Mrs. Bessie Simons, Mrs. 
E. Owens and Miss £dlth 


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P^UAL EXAMINATION 

X-RAY 

(Fluoroscopic) 

Laboratory Examination 

WHY BE SICK? 

16 vital points any on* of which might eventu- 
ally lead to protracted lltnsu If Irregularity ii 
not detected and checked In Initial itagei. 


rl. X-Bay (Fluor.) Longs and 
.Bronchial Area. 

•2. X-Bay (Fluor.) Heart, Stom- 
ach, Intestines (small and 
large). 

S. X-Bay (Fluor.) Bibs, Pelvis 
and Boney Parts of Body. 

4. Speciai Examinations of 
Sinnses. 

5. Month, Nose, Throat, Ears. 

6. Longs and BronchL 


7. Heart. 

8 Gall Bladder. 

9. Kidneys. 

10. Urine Analysis. 

11. Blood Pressure. 

12. Spine, Nervous System. 

13. Pelvic Examination. 

14. Prostate. 
IK Bectal. 

16. Temperature. 


Oweris. Other notables iM'esent 
wereX Beverend and Mrs. Cal- 
vin Holman, Dist. Supt. of the 
Los lAngeles District of the 
Methbdist Church, Mr. Alphens 
Wood, Conference Lay Leader, 
Reverend and Mrs. Robert Hill 
of Scott Church, Pasadena, Mr. 
and Mrs. Allen Spett, Mr. and 
Mrs.fB. E. Hickman all of the 
Los jAngeles County Tubercu- 
losis I and Health Association. 
Also I seated at the special ban- 
quet 'table were Mr. and Mrs. 
Warden A. Boswell, parents of 
the young minister. The din- 
ner M-as prepared and served 
by Mrs. SalUe Hunt and her 


able assist«nt8.'A progrram was 
rendered by the rfeaiOngs of 
Mrs. M. A. Troy, the oolorfiil 
vocal rendiiions of Mrs. Paul*; 
ine Evans and artistic mastery 
of Miss Edith Owens who def- 
eated her rendition to the pas- 
tor and his wife. The; anniver- 
sary committee linger . iJie 
chairmanship of Mrs., Myn 
Bhetta, .assisted by Mrs. Maude 
Hinds, Mrs. Florence Charles, 
and others planned and pre- 
sented a full it'eeks program of 
observance which \vlll long be 
remembered in the annals of 
religious history in this com- 
munity. 


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Lonnle Ralbon, reporter. J 
raone-^^^2. 11 

vxsrroBsU- 1 1 

Little Miss Diahne Anderson, 
of Pasadeba, has spent two 
weeks of her vacation as gu;sf 
of little Miss Nadtne Gaines J^of 
Perris Street. At the termination 
of Diannej's^ visit, Nadine vfill 
be her gu4st in Pasadena. 


Mrs. Etliel Wright, former res- 
ident of tills city, was here fojr a 
few days last weelc visiting* a 
few friends. From here she ^ill 
go to Neeldles to visit relatives. 


."^r. Johh Miller, of Riversijde, 
was, in the city a few days visit- 
ing his daughters, Mrs. Je^ie 
Hurd of L Street and Mrs. Minnie 
Euiz of I^erris Street and tlleir 
families. 


A careful inspection of,all 16 points censtitates a complete 
FLUOBOSCOPIC%-Bay Physical Examination 


DE EfiRL GOULD, 


D.C. 


Toes, and Tburs., 9 to 5 P. M.— Mon., Wed. and Fri. 9 to 8 P. M. 

Saturday, 9 to 12 Noon 
647 Douglas BIdg.— 35? So. Spring St MU. 4605 


Mrs. L. bilbert, of Gallup, Njew 
Mexico, is in the city; as gUest 
Of her daughter, Mrs. Alberta Lee 
of L. Street. Mr. John Lee left 
last, week Ifor his native home in 
Mississippi to visit his relatives 
He will be gone at least two 
weelcs. i 

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Mr. andjMrs, Tom Andrews fire 
spending a few days iii Balcers- 
field. Since leaving the city, 
they attended the Masonic Con- 
vention in San Francisco. 

Mr. Willie Hilton, better kno'jvn 
as Slim, sbent part of his vai:a 
tion visiting friends in, Los An- 
geles. ' 


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homer to recuperate. We under- 
stana^she is much improved. 

Mrs. D. Coleman of Bryant 
Stree^, is steadily improving to 
the e|xtent' that her brother will 
be able to leave for his home. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Mrs. H. G. Freeman of Red- 
landa is the agent for Charis 
garments. Every one knows the 
high i rating of these personal 
garrrients. When you are ready 
to be fitted, please call Mrs. 
Freeman. Her phone number is 
7745 and her address is 1109 
Herald Street, Redlands. She will 
be gla^d to call on you at your 
convenience. ■' j 


MrJ Jasper Swinney has opened 
a bstxbecue stand at: 8.th and 
Perris. Mr. Swinney knows how 
to bc^becue. Come and find out. 


Foil anything in tlie line of 
pluinbing call S. L. Donely, 
phone 652-56. He knows his bus- 
inessfand his work is guaranteed. 


Mrs. Eva Strong of Harris 
Street was in Los Angeles list 
week as guest of her sister. 

Oir THE SICK UST [ 

Mrs. Charlotte Hawkins- of 
Street has been confined to 
home because of illnes& 


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of 
The Lincoln Hoi for Pre-Need and At- 
Need Sales. Now is the time to get a 
family plot. Terms to suit. No interest. 

1 PRE-NEED-$40.90 to $2(K) 
AT-NEED-$67.50 to $250 f. 
Markers begin at $49.50 
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MB. BOBEBT CABSON, l^opt., BL 71014 
WILUE i>L\E McGULLOUGH, CE. 33837 


Mrs. Ruth Inghram fiolloway 
of .Pasadena, has been ill for 
some tiraie, and i was brought 

GlANeilR^nAllliAS 


Follow this plan thposands are using. 
Before retiring cover your face witii 
Bl&ck and White Cleaiudng Cream. Re- 
mo.ve if r and oS comes dktaiad mate- 
up, too. Next, pat on Bhick «hd White 
Ccad Cream, in the morning wip^ it 
off. Easy, isn't it? UseBbck nd WUie 
Vanisimig 0«am at^a beauti^ing pOw- 
der t>ase. Ait all toileVcouiit«t^ 2Si. 


BlflCK'I'WI-aiTE 

ataUTV CREAMS 


Mrs. Martha ^Pierreof, 747 Per- 
ris Street, entertained, relatives 
in thfe persons of Mrs. Ernestine 
Jone^ of Pasadena. Mr. Fred 
HenSderson of Pasadena, Mr. 
Peter? Williams of Los Angeles, 
Mr. T. J. Williams of Pasadena, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Adams Jones 
of this city. 'It was a happy re- 
union and enjoyed by, all. * 


MBS.' ViOtA BARNES <*■ 

rjnal . serylce for Mrs. Viola 
Biimes, naitivie of Doddridge, Ark., 
wlio diW ait her residence, 1426% 
East 21st:Stieet t>n June ^. was 
htid at. Bethel Cfauroh of Christ 
on July- 5, with Bishop Wm- A. 
Washington officiating. Conner- 
Johnson directed Interment in 
EviBr^«en'<*metery* ; : !j:> •" 


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iRBTKR b6sS 

The funeral of #eter ^ „ 

1235- East Santa Baibaira, who 
died at a local hospital on July 
3, was held at Zion Hill Baptist 
Church on July 7 with the Rev. 
Grant Harris officiating. He was 
a native of Richmond, Ky. Con- 
ner-Johnson directed interpnent 
in* Evergreen Cemetery. 

T UOLJOmA LOCASl I 
Mrs. iEdna L»|icas, of 1664 1 Tar- 
leton Street, a native i of Mesa/ 
Aljiz:., died «t a local bbspital on 
July 2. The service was h«eld in 
tte Conner- J<rtmson Chau^l on 
Ju^ 6 With the Rev. N. H? Jones 
officiating, ,— — '■> '.- \[ 
BABT GitL. 
Baby Gill, parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Leroy GUI of 1804 East i20th 
Street, who died at a local hos- 
pital on July, 1, was interred in 
E;vergreen Cemetery on J»ily 5 
vntb. Conner-Johnsoh in charge. 

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MRS. BOSA THOMAS . 

Last rites for Mrs. Rosa Thomas 
of i 129 East 49th Street, a native 
of Shreveport, Lay who died at a 
local hospital on JUne M, were 
held at Progressiva Baptist 
Church on July 3 Kvith thd ReV. 
R. B. Porter officiating. Conner- 
J<Anson directed burial in Ever- 
green Cemetery. 



New ORLfANS 

IMYCtfliG CWY" 

XfIIs «f , s . stHinire' mfts, of 
•maziiit ' cxperienocs, wuo 
■ llred mmaait the in>:«tle 
Riodn priests af sopcma- 
tinral imrm. AiU»«to lore, 
MarriaKC. cte. PRKK. Sec- 
ret Hindn Cbami hmt (hrlps 
kwlfli . lank) T«de Stones, 
tme <lroB«. Life rimdins fi. 
s) eadoae t Unbdates, 
■^•aMreswd cnreiane*. N« 
t."*. T««J Rmda, «34 81. Peter Stwet. 
Orlcan/ l«? Loataiaiia. 


Hcporad With Bishopry 


Rev. Wilette L. MicHens :was 
croi^^ed Bishop of the Chuiiches 
of applied Christianity of J>is- 
triqt Na 1, in the-states ot Qali- 
fontia, Oregon, Washington, 
Altisica, Nevada, New Mexico and 
Old Mexico. <m July 23, 1944.i 

The crowning of Mrs, Mickens 
took.place in the Temple of Nhn- 
ro4.4865 Ascot Avenue, of which 
shd'ii founder and pastor. The 
Teasple was beautifully deco- 
rate with' flowers of many va- 
rie&w and colons, wliich gave a 
love^ setting for the occasion. 
The Temple was crowded from 
the altar to the street. Many were 
tutped away who desired ta jwlt-, 
ness this special occasion. 

Jilusic was furnished l?y the 
Fp«(r Tones, who sang most;ap- 
prc^riate songs su'ranged by Rev. 
Vioktta Winsted, minister of 
music tor the Temple. The pur- 
ple^iimantle, white cord and Holy 
BiWe was presented by Dr. Lucy 
Johnson. Ater the laying on of 
ha^ by Pope E. J. Davis, Rev- 
erends Jane Branch, Hellen War- 
ner, Sarah Sutton, Lillie Johnson, 
H. p. Smith, and other ministers, 
the.| certificate of Bishopery and 
Manual-' was ; presented by Pope 
E. J. Davis. Everyone received 
a special blejssing who attended 
th^ affair. ,, T 

At the close of the ceremony, 
tSie; Pastors 41(1 Board presented 
i large basket of beautiful 



ilowcM- and- many beauttfliil asr 

well fas useful gifts. Each p>er-S 
son in. the audience donated as 
consecrated dollar to the i«4i««5 
placing it in the Bjble recelireds 
by Bishop Mickeos. "nios every •» 
one had a share in the crowning 
of, the, B.'3hop and received" aj 
si»ecial blessing as she held aS^ 
silence at the close Tor €very-5 
one's peace, health and prosper-i 
ity. The audience then blessed? 
her with this statement: "The^ 
Spirit of the Lord goes b«forK 
you, making sfraight, easy an^ 
plain your pathway, in the Namtf^ 
of Jesus Christ" 7 


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TO SPEAK SUNDAY — Dr. 
Alain Leroy boeke, prpfessM' 
of philoso^y.af Howard Uni- 
versity, Washliigtoii; D.C^ will 
address the FeUowshlp Assent- 
bly, 6th and Gladys Stxeets»~ 
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 
ci'clock. Rev. Gieorge |t. Gar- 
ner is minister of the Assem- 
bly. ! 


Mr. Henry White of 987 Spruce 
Street returned home from his 
long- vacation in Texas, his old 
homcj state. He reports a most 
enjoyable time with old friends 
and lielatives. 






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Mrs. Agnes Kimball, of Los 
Angejes, is the house guest of 
Mrs. Mary Muse Harris of 1003 
Spruce Street. 

SYMPATHY 

We express sympathy for Mrs. 
M. Gibson, active church worker 
in New Hope Baptist Churrii, 
whose sister, in Los Angeies 
passed last week. Funeral serv- 
ices Will be held at the Los An- 
geles, Funeral Home. Many from 
this qity plan to attend. ... 

GRAND LODGE 

Thqse from our city who' at- 
tendeji the Grand Lodge of Ma- 
sons and Eastern Stars that was 
held in Oakland last week were: 
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee, Mr. Lee 
l>eing worthy patron; Mr. and 
Mrs. %,. Davis, Mrs. Davis being 
worthy matron; Mrs. Mafy Muck- 
elroy,. Mr. and Mrs. Tom An- 
drews, Mrs. Grace Mabra, Mrs. 
Florence Knight, Mr. and Mrs. V. 
Wright, Mrs. Corie Saville, Mr. 
and ^s. F. I'ork, Mrsi: .John 
Gilbert, and Mr. J. Pinkney. 

RECITAL 

Mrs. Roena Muckelroy Savage, 
noted soprano, was presented, in 
recital by the Women's Organi- 
zation of Allen Chapel AJkI.E. 
Church, Riverside, California, last 
Friday night at Irving School 
auditorium. Mrs. Savage was«x- 
cellexct in poise and composure. 
Her i»rtrayal of songs of the 
Spanish, French and Italian were 
done ivith as much ease as was 
her o^rn spirituals. The audience 
that filled the auditorium were 
very 'appreciative, as exhibited 
by undying applause. Mrs, Sav- 
age, at her b?st, made her par- 
ents swell with pride as they 
were introduced to the audience 
during intermission. A beauti- 
ful bouquet of flowers was pre- 
sented, after which, Mrs. Savage 
sang ■ an amusing Mtchy num>, 
ber that made the audience at-j 
tentive to each word.; We bopej' 
that Mrs. Savage will favor her 
home| town with another recital 
betej? Jeavlhg for the; :^|j*p^ ^ 


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Pr. Alain Locke 
To Speak SiHiday 

Dr. Alain Leroy Lockej profes- 
sor of philosophy at Howard Uni- 
versity for the past 30 years,, is 
on the west coast for the first 
time, participating in twfo : insti- 
tutes on international relations 
giving lectures on minority group 
problems. i; 

Dr. Locke will be' guest speak- 
er at the Fellowship Assembly of 
the All-Nations Foundatiwi, Sixth 
and Gladys, next Sunday after- 
noon, July 30, at 4 o'clock. His 
subject will be "Fraternity and 
Democracy." The Rev. George R. 
Garner is minister of the 
assembly. ^ 

The famed Nash Singers, civic 
musical organization founded by 
the celebrated organist-musicisin, 
Lurenia Dones Nash, wfll give 
the musical program assisted- by 
Norma Amato, soprano. 
■-. From June 18 jto June 24 he 
was at MUls College in Oakland, 
and from June 25 to June. 29 in 
SeatUe, Wash. lie Mso spoke for 
the Library Association In Port- 
land, Ore., and at the University 
of California at i Berkeley ks a 
lecturer in the stmuner session in 
inter-cultural education : on the 
Negro minority cdnditioris. 

Dr. Locke, who was a Rhodes 
scholar at Oxford Universiter, 
London; is a Plii Beta Kappa 
from Harvard University. A dis- 
tinguished author as well as lee-' 
turer, his last work was co-editor« 
with Bernard St«rn on "When 
Peoples Meet— A i Study in Race 
^nd Culture Contacts." ./Unong 
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Reverend Russell aind the trus 
■, tees of Independent Church are 
Spearheading a city wide drive 
— to raise funds for the United 
Negro College Fund. A fund cre- 
ated to raise funds for the sup- 
port of 27 accredited private 
negro colleges, some -of which 
may be forced to close their doors 
unless they receive money to. 
maintain their work, edowments 
: paving keen small and tuitions 
itMt sufficient to support them. 
-^- ' These negro colleges are places 
<tf learning where a majority of 
our negro teach^, lawyers, doc- 
tors, preachers, business men and 
women and leaders receive their 
schooling, and they have been 
and still are, positively necessary 
lor the purpose of furnishing 
better qualified, better trained, 
and better educated leaders; nec- 
essary to promote the better- \ 
ment of the race socially, politi 



W- 


UBOR ON THE 
I MARCH 

Wt John M. Le« 
Sacond Choice 

If the guys who went out on 
t^e limb can take Senator Tru- 
man for vice president, I guess 
I can too. Not that Truman is so 
bad, but prior to the second bal- 
lot, they had been saying some 
wonderful things about WaHace. 
Maybe it annoys me a little bit 
to hear how some of the rank 
and filers are giving Wallace 
and the whole business of his 
candidacy -the brush off now that 
Harry is here. Sidney Hillman 
sununed the matter up when he 
said. In effect, that the CIO Po 
litical A c t i on 
Committee had 
never said that 
another v i c e - 
p r s i d e ntial 
candidate 
■ woul not be ac- 
ceptable. The 
whole idea of 
the ClOsupport 
for Wallace 
was devotion to 
a man whose 
devotion to the 
J9bm IL !••• 'common man' 
Is^ one of the most wholesome 
records of the century. No one, 
.^^ not even Wallace himself, has to 
"^ apologize for his defeat The bus- 
iness ot the coming election is 
not so much a rhatter of advanc- 
ing 89 it is a problem of holding 
the gains alr^dy made against 
the threat of Republican re- 
'action. 

Vice-President Wallace's hu- 
manitarianism and political hon- 
te^ might easily have prov