Galveston Sentinel, August 5, 1933

Galveston Sentinel

August 05, 1933

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Galveston Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 5, 1933, Galveston, Texas PERISCOPE By J. M. BURR Following the general custom, it appears from some few quarters that the Negro "the last hired and the, first fired," is beginning to feel the readjustment necessary in the carrying out of the NRA. A Negro boyt reported to The Sentinel that he had been notified by his employer that his services would be discontinued shortly. On questioning- the boy as to whether he had been receiving'| an adequate pay-he said that he had. been getting about $5.00 per week. While we believe that the Negro should bear his proportionate share of this recovery plan, we can not work ourselves around to believing that our employers would take any undue advantage of a Negro worker. Of course, our only advice to the ^.youth was that if everything else was equal, he should report the matter to Mr. Robert I. Cohen, who is in charge of the enforcement of the NRA codes. To our Negroes who are employed we would say that they should be patient and not complain under any necessary changes which might be put into practice in order that the NRA can be carried out 100 per cent in Galveston. Whatever disadk-vantages honestly brought about, are neccessary for them to encounter should be born with patience and cheerfully. That will be the Negro's contribution to , the general move, for^iprgsnprity as outlined by" ou^^eS'fe^l"1 l COOKING SCHOOL 18,9,10,11 'atvestori Negro Business Me'n and Industrial Workers was a magnificent display of what might be done in Galveston among Negroes if such men as Mr. Webb will just lead out. There is no doubt about it Galveston, so far as the Negro is concerned, needs a New Leadership. The meeting called by Mr. Webb heard the NRA explained and all went away better able to interpret his individual contribution to the general prosecution of the NRA. Mr. Robert I. Cohen, Postmaster York, and Attorney Dariouset were the speakers from the white group. Mr. Webb should be encouraged and supported in his organization by all Negroes in Galveston. He is certainly being encouraged by the white people of the city. The meetings of this organization are held each Tuesday at th� C. W. Webb furniture store. Mr. Webb is ready to answer any question pertaining to the work and objectives of his organization. Robertson's Drug Stores are working strictly in accord with the NRA, according to Mr. Robertson. He stated that it was necessary to arrange the working hours of his help and lo employ one additional worker, all of which he has done. Other Negro businesses have done likewise.. The Cozy Cleaners "Mickey Deware" has also rearranged his working hours for his help and met the requirements of the NRA. � C. W. Webb furniture store went on the NRA plan last Tuesday morn-j ing and Mr. Webb states that the | plan works fine so far. Others will j fall in line, we are sure, if they have not already done so. JUDGE NORTON ORDERS NEW TRIAL FOR SCOTTSBORO YOUTH DURING FALL TERI REFUSES FRAMED BOYS HABEAS CORPUS j NEW YORK GITY.-In. ordering the Scbttsboro boys to., a sfiew lynch trial in October, Judge James E. Horton is attemtit-j ing to prevent the release of the nine innocent Scottsboro Negro jboys on bail. This, was reveajed by the I, L. J3. today when it was announced that previous to Horton's Florida vacation General George W- Chamlee, I. L. D. attorney in Chattanooga, left with him the habeas corpus writs demanding that bail be set, with the understanding that he would set a date for hearing. Instead of setting a day for the Rearing to set bail, which under Alabama Taw'he is forced to grant to the boys following his decision "that the evidence preponderates in their favor," NY OFFERS SPECIALS DURING AUGUST The attention of our readers is called to the ad of the Texas Cities GaS$Company, looal public service utility. This company is looking far ahead in offering the service which is offered in this ad. During the entire month of August they are offering their entire Stock of gas equipment at reduced prices. They arc not only offering their stoves and ranges at reduced Judge Horton is attempting to railroad- the boys to a new i ��c_8'^^j*]^T?*^.T**-w lynch trial. ' � | Pointing out that^t was only mass J pressure which forced Judge Horton j to set aside that verdict against Hey-| wood Patterson, William L. Patter-! son, national secretary of the I. L.. I D., sent out a call for an intensifica- Mrs. Constance Houston Thomp- I tion of acUyity to ^teat this new son, of tne department of Home ,manoeuver of tlie Southern white Economics in Houston City Schools, i landlords. Only in: this manner, he who will be in charge of all demon-j said; Tn Judge Horton bo forced to Btratiotu at The Galveston Sentinel's I set bai1 for the b�y8\ and hB?* the Fall Cooking School and Household i strugrgle �"e stef fu,rther 0,1 the Way Exposition, September 8, !), 10, 11, jto .unconditional release. 1933, j There must be no illusions, he The school will'be held in the j fUl' ,ab-ont the "fairi,esf' of *� beautiful Gulfview Pavilion 28th | ^onthofJn COm;,tS ^tT!iud� wl|! and Beach. .This promises to be the most outstanding event of the season for N'.-'^^e)&ii'�''^iiclL,': , '- '!.>'-S.','. i'-l'V:^--. was- one of the most attractive  ano: most, highly renpecto'd Christian^yo'img; women on Bishop's campuS. During tho years four children blessed trteir union: Garmina Mabel,,A. B. Bishop, 1923, teacher in th�'Julia CrWazlor Public School, Dallas; /Ospar Anderson, Jr., A. B. att4 ^i^k^iiiate in, t>iano, llishap, i^24,^i^^^|||t|g^^tgi i lent of i�iiale|4^p^^^^3i^p College, Prairie yfefe^jfl$,>Mari�, He was converted at 20, and, in i887 entered Wayland Seminary-, Washing-ton, D. C, where he finished, both the normal and theological courses in 1.802. He then spent one year in the Nichols Latin School in preparation for admission to Bates College, Lewiston, Maine,, and in 1896 was admitted to the freshman 'Si ! Wounded Man Claims That His Assailant Told Him His Deccj&sed Aunt Had Buried Heif^Savings At the Foot of Wichma-n Street * * * PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas,-Saturday, August 12, Prairie View Stale. Normal and Industrial) College, considered from the standpoint of academic accomplishments, will close one of the most successful sessions since the doors of the college first swung open to the Negro youths of Texas. Taken as a whole, the wort? j ha:- been quite satisfactory and the scholarship has been above the average. Monday evening, August T. 3 p. m., the commencement address will be delivered by Rev. W. L. Turner B|^^f0ql�go ^rith ; the present - Irn deceased, and, ,Wa$�tya/ChJjpf,\ ^ib is bophomorc and thoviinklny'Btucfent; of Bishop College;, . , ' All MeiuheM of the ijn'muiSat^ ygC$ "J. family and �� jjjpbor of '"'iij.'tl'raftife-*'#fL^ ! friends were �f bedStge, qtif Saturday eya^h^'july go end came present - Incumbent ' l|r'Csiden Joseph J. Rhoads, who was a student! (,ay morning, before :i capacity; of the deceased. He was one of the founders of the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools, and was a life member of that organization. Too, he held membership in Pi Gamma Mn, a national social science honor society and the America] Academy of Political and Social Science, the Southern Sociological ('ongress, the National Geographical Society, the Colored Teachers State Association of Texas, having been tin- president of that nrgiini/ation in 1930, and three fraternal organizations: Masons, Knights mil tin American Wood- encc from -all sections of Hayrjftpfc . County and.Knsl Texas. The funeimjt.* oration was delivered by ,DFi It, -%u � Worlds, pastor Bcthesda Baptist Church; brief eulogies were deliver-. ed by Drs. .J. (J. Osborne arid M. W-. Dogan; and appropriate muaic was rendered by. the Wiley-Bishop Col-leg)- summer school chorus, the Bishop College quartette, -and--Mrs."------------ Mamie C. Phillips. Others who participated on the program were: J. II. Moore, who read the obituai'y; Dr. O. I,, 111. clsnc, who read the numcB of individual friends and org-aniza- � tion-. wlm sent telegrams, letters of , condolence, and resolutions j and 5 J> nurse of his years of serv- I"'. W. 11. liightower, pastor. Ebe-icc at Bishop "College, he was "secre- i m-zcr M. K. t'tinTOh, Wltb'Troad' tjld' lary of the faculty for 30 years, a . script urc-'. President Joseph J. position he helrl at the time of his Rboarl> was. masu-r of ceremonies, death; and for seven years he served 1 The honorary pall-bearera were: as the secretary of the board of 1 Dr. .1. C. Osborne, Dr. M. W. Dogan, trustees. Recently the board named jH. B. IVmhcrton, Sr., J. H. Moofc, the chapel building for him upon the j.VI. K. I'utlcr ami President Joseph recommendation of President Joseph iJ. Rhoads. I treasure was supposed to be located I Dotson. C. II. Dnniels, Willi,. Uerald. i and Riley started digging. Thompson ' Selma Culh-tte. Glenn--.- O. Hollings- | did thf) same thing. | worth, Janii- S. Kincev Surih i T,uy had b>'L'n d'Kffi"8 a,'1,ut five I Kh-1-w..r./l v i t ii ' ' ', i minutes, when Thompson claimed ' I.ndge. Lela | that Riley shot him and fled. Thomp-Mc(.,ullougli. ilrnestiii.. McNeil, Ktta 1 son remarked that he was taken un-'til1' NATIONWIDE APPEAL BEING MADE FOR INCLUSION OF NEGRO IN FEDERAL MOVE TO RESTORE COUNTRY TO NORMAL TIMES Tl, O'N'oil. Hattie P. P.-.rk,.,-. l),,r,thv Pri-sfon, Ora l,ec Randall. Thorny--Ricks, Demeris Scoti, V.-rnice Hmith. Chas. K. Thomas, \'en,.-ll \Va. Klberta W. Williams, !> Winston. arren, I.. M. NEW YORK CITY.-(Hp.)-Advahcerneni of Colori-d t'i-i-pli- b; had not bad any j of fho Interior Harold L. Ickcs uroinj' t teither had th�y| whore the Nogro population is larjo- N. the state advisory boards appointi-d !u pit I)! I'. v: NUMEROUS THEFTS IN HOMES REPORTED (Houston Correspondent) Wagner Bagby, 1314 Howard, was walking down the 1100 block on Arthur Street about 11 ;30 Saturday night and when he passed a house _ at Arthur two men jumped off the i (Houston Correspondent) porch. | A. Peters, white, 1728 Chapman. One of them held him while tho j claims that three Negro women call-other stabbed him across his leftcd )u-m j, a house at C>01 Lamb shoulder with an Kast Texas Jack, j street, saying thai they had �onie Bagby was carried to the Jefferson I junk to sell him. When he enteu-d. Davis Hospital and his wounds treat- ' they stuck sunn-thing in his back i.nd id. He told officers that he did not I told him to hold up his hands. They know the identity of his a-.-ailanfs. ( took cur-h from his pocket- This iui'' said that a girl living at. 1 0! o j happened 11:3(1 a. m. S-iturdav. Ar'hur, a woman living at the -ame | R.,y Wells, 3510 Buck, said thai address and another woman at 1101 - si-nn- cut the screen on his fronj Arthur knew the men and their mo- ' window anil stole over $100 in jew-l".e.-- Inr attacking him. elry. t)fticei-s Whitsitt and Castrow have i Willie Kin-'cy, ilOS Crosh.\. r.>p..rl- MARSHALL SCHOOL BACKS PRESIDENT IN RECOVERY MOVE Agricultural division-Jesse Ad-I nms. R. A. Atkinson, William Bald-! win, Luther Bauknite. A. B. Davis, | T. J. Downs, William Drennon, � Jaik Gooch-n. Mcrt Hampton. Paul ! Minion, .1. f, Madison, Oolumhus  Mathis, Arthur McCullough. ('hai-les I !!" | Jingles, l.-aac Spencer, B. W. Turner. awares, because he words with Riley, argued after they reached the location of the purported treasure. Thompson claimed that Riley had conn; by several times to talk to him and had been accompanied by a Mexican, whose name be did not know.; Immediate and extensive adi-r The Mexican was not present at the has greeted the appeal of tin- N. A scene of the shooting. Strange as it j A- C- p t0 the press, fraternal Thompson claims that he did administer the $3,300,000,00(1 Countrywide Response To Plan seems not see the shot gun in Riley,s pos-pession while they were enroute to their buried fortune. Police are looking for Riley and Mexican, while Thompson died local hospital Wednesday. Book Richardson To Address Grads At Samuel Huston MARSHALL, Texas.-(Sp.)-Ac , cording to a statement released here ! prfl( Amerbt.'.- ccoii.miic sys- 1 t!l(, Ramuel Huston campus. Miss If"'-" I Mary K. Branch i- president of Til- Tim.- the Marshall institution of lotson. h-ariiing joins with other patriotic , Editor Richardson has accepted Americans in a nationwide effort tojlhe invitation and will speak in Aus-i defeat the. depression and restore ' tin at the eonrnencement day pro-1 the country to normalcy. igram. BOOTLEGGER TAKES CASH BUT FAILS TO DELIVER WHISKEY C. .1. Landry, 4023 Pease, said that a Negro. Frank Williams, told him (ha! he knew where hi'0 gram. The National A.-sociation ol Col-.i ed Women at its Chicago confen-n -according lo a telegram sent to tbu N. A. A. C. P., '..voted to send telegrams to President Franklin !> Roosevelt and General Hugh Johnson asking for inclusion >.f �-groc.. Tues- ;