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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Baltimore, MarylandDope charge d continued from Page i j r a july 18, 1936. Her brother was Given a hypodermic Needle in his left Arm on june i j. The Day of the Louis Schmeling fight in vow York denied vigorously to an a Kro reporter late tuesday having made any such statement. The Story related that Sheridan Bruso Alix. Head of a detective Agency had an affidavit signed july 2 by mrs. Gaines siting that Joe was Given the Needle to Correct his High blood pressure. A of never made any such statement a mrs. Gaines declared vehemently a othere s nothing to it at ?� � there was a flirt Lier denial that Joe Mother. Mrs. Lily Barrow Brooks had said that Hor son was doped the tighter and his Mother rarely discuss his ring experience it was brought out. The Only thing which Joe to Mother said to him concerning the fight a close Friend of the family revealed was a Owell son you the got to lose some of them you ?� neither mentioned anything about a hypodermic Needle. Louis was in Detroit tuesday to attend the funeral of his Stepfather Pat Brooks. After the ceremony he went Back to Blacks to summer Home at Stevensville Michigan outside Chicago. Marva is not with him. Sha will remain in Chicago. Hands Healing rays of Joe to hands show in fractures and his hands have responded to treatment. Roxborough said. Joe rests until August i a ohis mental reactions have been Good lie is As full f Las h heat wave Ambler nurse sixteen indicted at i Hospital Ira Bryant wins in % Bryan a e i j y court Bailie i death list i Bryant wins we i n fed a y a by wire to afro a irs Bryant won his Esse court ruled that corporation a within its Rishi in electing him. That Bryant is the s. S. Union Secretary and not Selby. Selby flied notice of Appeal. Left $65,000 by sex patient Aid Charity with her new found wealth. X Ash v i l l to tent. Ant a with seven . Bishops mid a Host of other Church officials in attend a mice. A court Hattie was in i a a a a a in Dor Way Here this week to of Energy and ambition As Ever before. Absolutely Noth a Ficon Era it rant and to property also named in will marriage looked with Disfavour on a by staff correspondent Ambler ?" from children to nurse to Ary of a $g5,000 Fortune is _ the surprising experience of and my will be done before August i and Joe will remain quiet until then a he continued. Black scouted reports that Jack Blackburn will not be with the outfit again As Joe to Trainer when he Start getting in condition for the next fight. A nobody has anything on ?� he said. A owe Are counting on him As ?�_________________ k. A. Selby for control of i Tho Quarter of a million Dol . Doctor denies he doped Louis new York or. Clarence shag Hogan alleged by detective Sheridan Bruseaux of Chicago to have Given Joe Louis a hypodermic injection before die fight denied tuesday that he Hail examined tile lip lit or before the bout. A when in examined Louis after the fight a he said. Quot i found Librn perfect condition. There was nothing wrong As far Alc ild discover. No i did not examine or Sec Louis before is Light with Schul ?� Bru scout pays visit to Detroit Lars Worth of real estate and equipment of the Sun Day school Union. Tho suit. Is Tho outgrowth of j Bryant refusal a Tun Muir Alu equipment of his office As or Ere f tray treasurer of die Union to Selby a professor at Alabama Normal College of Huntsville. \ who was elected to succeed dry i at the recent conference in new York. Seven Bishops and lawyers Bishops Davis and Fountain have testified for _ Bishop Howard and Youngs ready but not ratted Detroit Sheridan a. By. I Sean. Chicago dried we arrived he a saturday and immediately let u or known that lie was Here to investigate Cert in door Angle of the Light for a Chicago daily. He also informed i luxe who 1 would lend an ear that Arch Ward Damon Runyan. Grandam Rice. And other sport celebrities were Domitz Dill a downtown hotel waiting for him to unravel the skein of damaging evidence which he had gathered. \ their diet which i cow to milk from which butter fat has been re 1 and Olive Oil fat i maltose and Cotti of i atrium and Casein As Caser. Moved muted. Pound known la slight fever is triplets Only reaction to heat balt Mork. A As their attendants sheltered and the thermometer roomed skyward the Higgins triplets. Premature Dean Haywood quits Morgan says report continued from Page i Bishop Flipper president of the Union Hoard testified for Bryant As had Bishops Green and Tookes. Other witnesses were or. I v. M. Townsend cd a. Wingfield k. I. Lection la. M. Parker an Vav. A. . Attorneys representing Bryant Are albeit Williams. I., Felts j land Alexander Looby. The first two Are while. Selby has retained a 1 Kyle Farmer. Walter Price. Vav. Ii Lanier. Ii. C. Brown nod Walter. Is. Watts. The first three of these Are White. J conference authority doubted i i ownership of the publishing i j Plant valued at 92.10.nn0, i to j i he determined by the court. Bry 1 ant. Who has held his position since Joos declared he was not up i for election Ai the recent general j conference and had merely asked i for a vote of Confidence. J he Asser. That Only the trustees of the publishing House have a right to depose him As its head i and therefore the general Confer i it m 1 5�?"beulah Lii a lolled on their Hopkins Hospital in fever to show a gee ted at Alt. Report that incr Caso daughters Gin of Bolair Beds at Johns with Only a so that they were doctors this week the children s negligible in body temperature did not cause them to suffer or lot a any sleep. They have gamed approximately one and a Quarter pounds each since being in the Hospital and Row weigh four pounds each. No change Lins been made in Tention to the matter of naming a new official. Accord my to his own statement. John Vav. Haywood. Jr., teacher at Washington Junior High school. Was unable to give any information on whether his father has accepted the presidency of hie., Tennessee school or not. Ile stat i a powerless to act. Of thai Dean Haywood was out of j once Worth Only $2,200 town it tile time hut would he according to Bryant the Union i Bael by saturday. A incur crated Tennessee in j a graduate of Lincoln univer uprise with a charter and a it site. Dean Haywood has held j Board of trustees and operates pastorate in the methodist i u? the Laws of that stale j and was Dean at Wiley when he took it Over in 19�8. A . Lens before was a 52.20 1 print shop but now a heat wave in which temperatures of too and 103 in the Shade were recorded took thirty lives in the cities of Washington Balti j mrs. Anna tuck of to More Philadelphia new York and Detroit. I a in Washington two of the deaths were caused by drownings As victims sought to Cool. Of anther bather in Philadelphia was the reason Why that City to toll moved from la to j2. And in de-1 troit tile water claimed a fourth heat sufferer. The dead Are new York Mary Windsor 40, is w. 131st Street Helen Brown 25, 12 Barclay Street Harold Harrell. 33. Of 203 first Street Englewood ., drowned in the Pool at dels Dale Washington Clifton Jones. 14. 484 m Street. Saw. Drowned feed Brown. 19, 825 fourth Street. Say., drowned. William Budd. 60. 441 n Street Nav. Baltimore Leroy Corbin. 39, Anne Arundel county a to mob the old baby 2310 Mcculloh Street Philadelphia Ionia min Mitchell. Al. Am a Filbert Street or. Laura Macready 71. 3067 Orkney Street mrs. Ift Jthn William. 41, 1500 Block of n. Franklin Street or. Minnie Irvin 36. 832 Ripley Street Arthur Morton 40. 1231-,., Alder Street Byron Church. 40. 1713 Titan Street files James. 48. 1712 s. A sixth Street William Smith. Ii. State a ird. Drowned Samuel Winston 26. 60 Connes Loga Street Albert Adams 32, 2129 flt Vater Street Edward Henry. 67, 4072 Olive Street Detroit Jack Sanders. 107, civil War Veteran miss bus sir Cook. 44, a a Alfred Street George Taylor 50. 1423 Mullet Street mrs. Alice Baxter g2, 553 e. Forrest Avenue mrs. Sarah l. Timmons. 358 inter Road Joseph Klein. 47. 520 e. Elizabeth Street mrs. Maggie Davis 46. 930 Frederick Street mrs. Mary Sherman 57. 3660 Brush Street mrs. Lena Mary Harvey is. 358 Alfred Street a Allen Henderson. 42, 1912 Madison Avenue mrs. Dora Brady. 89, 6�?�62 Stanford Avenue Isaac Irvin. 12. 703 Windsor Street drowned. I a � from the Tuskegee Hospital we i mov Call Morolt Rode around Alabama in big ears i j under the Protection of the fed continued from Page i Willia p. Reid former chief guard mrs. Nellie Cooper Fraz Ier Bond of $1000 i in f. Mason George b. Williams Bond j of $300. Reid. It is reported pleaded guilty a soon is he was taken into custody on action looked upon Here As part of a Prear ranged plan to turn state s j evidence against the others. J disrobed with col. . The j my it Bye or writ zen arro is As told were s. A. Pat Ward in which she charged her Terson. Hts Secretary Lucille War husband had been made the Vic Mack dietitian m. Wells chief Tim of enemies or. As other claim Oral government. Government sets trap for the past year John c. Galbraith Ace investigator from the veterans Bureau. Has been seeking evidence at the Hospital. The first results were the dismissal of colonel Ward his Secretary. Mrs. Patterson chief guard Reid. Chief Pletl clan Peterson and several orderlies. A Lull followed during which or. Eugene h. Dibble was ap-1 pointed head of the institution. I then new activity inspired some letter written by mrs. F Al a so Tuskegee. Ala. A or. Robert r. Moton retired president of Tuskegee Institute. May be summoned to appear before the Federal grand jury investigating alleged irregularities at the veterans Hospital. It was Learned Here wednesday. Or. Moton. According to persons close to the investigators. Is said to have gone to Washington upon several occasions to intercede for col. Joseph Ward with the veterans administration. A a had he not done this. It is believed tha the present charges would have been aired Long before now. Cook and William Carter Kitchen policeman. White Man takes place Edward b. Williams White detailed to the Hospital As superintendent of construction has been named Utility officer miss 011 by a desire on the part of the department to a get Quot Burke. Brought Galbraith to the re Scriva j Tion again. I he has been there three months this time and it is charged that he has used every method chief nurse and mrs. Julia l. Alexander named assisting chief nurse. Both of these have been at the Hospital ten years or More. Another White Man has been Hupp Fiji homed Supply officer. The indictments bring to a head a year of two of rumours secret open investigations gossip mrs. Anna Alberta Tucker Hica Ncry and third decree meth i f u n t a j i ods on the part of government in i of Bethlehem Pike and vast gators which have kept Thoj pleasant Avenue. She is a graduate of Lincoln Hospital. New York City and at present a general House worker for or. And mrs. Morris Yan Vilcot White of this town a it a for devoted services rendered mrs. Pauline Sable of Fayetteville Street Durham n.c., during her illness. Mrs. Tucker was bequeathed the Money along with other property according to \ Mitt cd appropriating one Hundred Vette a. Mason designated acting i known to modern ivc ligation. � pitting gossip of one group against j another hiring former guard Reid As his chauffeur threatening people with the loss of their jobs and then having them rehired in his efforts to make Folk talk. He finally succeeded and order crease occasioned by veterans who have been furloughed Home to get Thuja pensions. They arc expected Back when their Money is spent. Hie commandant or business manager under die new title receives $5,600 per year and a Home to live in. There was nothing in the country to compare with it. For years ii ranked third or fourth in efficiency among the vote ans to hospitals throughout the country. Federal agents have been Busy Hospital a Seething hot cd of unrest and uncertainty. Just How serious the charges arc it is impossible to predict since the grand jury a not completed its work nor filed its report. Some who should be in position to know a scoff at charges of Quot wholesale insisting that Little has gone on it the Hospital which is not More or less Quot routine to in similar institutions. These Folk Point to the dismissal of colonel Ward because he allegedly and Sable. Were friends 20 years 971 a last Wilt and testament of mrs. Dollars Worth of food which be i longed to the commissary As an example of the Quot Picayune she a a a toa i charges which Are permitted to a Friend of miss Pearl Sable. It carry weight. Daughter of the deceased from j these people admit however the time that they matriculated that when an employee sworn in the new York Hospital until j to preserve the property of Uncle their graduation in 1919. Mrs. It a Tako i a Dollar he is As oui j � Unble As though he had taken a. Tucker. Whose Maiden name was j 1 i. Fur or in explanation a que Conan. Abo became a Friend of the apparent serious situation j of Tho entire family spending parts of her vacation with them. J not finding the Field a lucrative one after her graduation. Mrs. Tucker travelled extensively lies and attendant Ai Well As High erupt arc said to have worn i a Trail to his office belching up All the gossip and rumours which have pervaded the place for years. Important coloured institution the actual trouble at the Tuskegee Hospital had its inception in internal difficulties. Here was the most important governmental institution in the entire country manned and controlled by negroes. White Alabama grinned and bore it after or. Moton successfully fought do have the official personnel changed from White to Black but White Alabama never got quite accustomed to it. There Are 503 employees at the Hospital 24 physicians. 2 dentists �0 nurses a librarian and other specialists. The payroll is $450,000 per year All going the coloured people. It costs $875,000 per year to maintain the institution. There Are 960 patients now due to the de hero digging up the bodies of i veterans to ascertain whether Parent they aver that a grand jury sit j ting in Montgomery would revel � in the Opportunity of bringing charges against those Well dressed Quot uppity Quot officers and officials finds Hubby nude woman continued from Page i i throughout the country settling in Philadelphia in 1922. Called to the South answering an emergency Call to hasten to the bedside of Samuel j Sable husband of mrs. Sable mrs. 1 Tucker nursed him for two weeks � until he died in june 1922. I in 1923, miss Pearl Sable after a Short Dine. A buried near j her father. Re Tummy to Philadelphia after the death Quot other classmate. Mrs. Tucker was again Hopkins loft her Home and went called to Durham to attend mrs. To live with miss Davis. Barber weds second time sans divorce continued from Page i Law the charge was dismissed. Jumps two stories tile bed companion of Romos dived from a second Story window to escape the fury of the enraged wife and her identity is unknown. Police searched the Neighb orhoo following the incident but were unable to find the nude woman who left All of her clothing in the House she fled. Ramos steadfastly declined to Tell who she was. Ramos appeared at the hearing clothed Only m a Bathrobe. He admitted that he was intoxicated and had taken the woman to his Home believing that mrs. Ramos was asleep. They have Bren buried in Cypress caskets As per government contract or interred in cheap White Pine according to reliable information. From impeccable sources it Lins been Learned that. A local undertaking firm had a contract with the government to Bury veterans but an investigation revealed contract was not secured in an ethical manner. It is said . Holder had been awarded it through Friendship. Although Anither undertaking firm gave the lowest bid. The government cancelled the contract with the first firm and gave it to the lowest bidder last month it is reported. Other indictments arc expected to result from this investigation. Cml receive non com posts Church College coming to Morgan. Violet Haywood his daughter. Is a graduate of Fisk University and Burnett Haywood his youngest Ron is a Hampton graduate. Natives cripple eth iop railway i Owry to Dan. A sen or i Bce a miam a. Yma Fca wet Tad it of �np4� Tim with r Alm fir s skin Success soap. Zif sch wow arc i famous years Addis Ababan rail service Between this place and the French Somaliland port. Djibouti effectively crippled by ethiopian guerilla warriors had not been restored Early tins week. 1 the warriors Tore up n Large stretch of the Road recently when a they made an attack against Moggio. According to reports. Is valued at $250,000 and employs thirty person full time. After Selby was elected in new York to went to Nashville to take Over the building hut Bryant refused to relinquish control. Both then have Nincic asked sunday school superintendent to address order for literature directly to each. Of Smith Case up tuesday do you want a baby or is a Well known fact that Complete Unity Vipont. In married life is brought by babies and Tbs Lack of children in Tbs horns la on of tha neatest cables for discontented marriages. Also that a try woman twas intended for motherhood but tos often she i underdeveloped or suffering with face the ajl Fen sat disorder which Rob her of this Norma desire. in experience of More than Ctol 5ears specialising in conditions Neuhar to women developed a Ait or Home met hoi which a brought new Hope health and happiness to thousands. M a by who ii to r he n ii it to Ess for y Kars he Amk Ruth hand iia Ity Jot Hills. Kus. Band have written in Tho most glowing letters of gratitude and now i want every woman who it run i Down or suffering from functional female disorders to learn about Thia splendid method and Hooray May a it in tha privacy of her own horns. J get this knowledge free f he to Pnno it in or terr hot a Ivy to. Continued from Page i men this week resulted in Only civilians facing charges. 49 indicted during the investigation conducted by official of the state to attorney to office forty nine person were indicted in connection with the numbers game including thit to one policemen. In three trials by juries All of the policemen have been acquitted. Charles Dipaula White assistant state to attorney charged that or. Smith was a Backer of the Lucky numbers Syndicate which was directed by the late Charles Gaither White. Gaither who was also under indictment was fatally shot while on an Auto ride in Baltimore county. Tile state to Jav Sornev declared that eleven witnesses have been Jim Nie Tinl to Whiteii it -£Umnk�Ned-to-4e�t4 a sent Titer mutely Ditcu Many important relating notch Whir. All the witnesses j to the Fem of or inv that am Vul Fol int re a Init to every Wormin. Thee Tell hew you too my combat your trouble of others have who report try the arrival of babies after being blk Lar a for year . Even born told they could never hate children. So Oft a in women May enjoy the desire Ard activities of Natura meat or on a Normal fully developed Rigeron woman i Wilt 8/ end Thia Impe and informal my Vna i Frt. Jut ated ame and address to rim . Will elders suite it 0 Schneider ride., St. Joseph to. A i 4 t Haye peace of mind by insuring with the Home Friendly insurance company of Maryland Park Avenue at Center i nuts of Bonk via on in a full line of life limited payment end Industrial policies that will Appeal to any reasonable insurance need. Incorporated in insurance in Force. $21,755,342.50 claims paid since organization $14,112,890.42 assets. �?"---i---$2,897,7�&04 Tux proven tile safest investment. We Tom Mumm or term Nurt Mem will be per on alleged to have i been connected in the operation of the number game. It was Learned. I a to fort Howard. ?"fortyfive of the 2 h men enrolled in the first Oti ens military training Camp of Tho third corps arca for coloured were appointed noncommissioned officers. Saturday. Most of the men named Are enrolled in the red or second year course and May be expected to graduate in three years. Tile ramp. Which opened on july 8 for n thirty Day period. Is commanded by col. West a. Hamilton. Aristed by Reserve officers of the 428th and 429th infant Ries. 1 those appointed were rom ant a Lett 8rfb� yrs Nulf chum. Strip Iii cd at be Southall. Lime Steward. William Hawkins William Crocket and manual Thompt on. Jan Wal fit. Salter. Mackay. Airan Small and David Dowell. I company v or to strut Tel William w. Savoy. J . Do Walt la. John k. Franc it. Wit i Carnegie. Thorns it. E. Jon. . Joseph a own. Jerome �?, Bernard i Carter. Roland Cee. Thomas and Raymond ?. It company i Arthur Broo Serge Nota Arthur fearing. Robert t item. John t. Holloman. Benjamin Hunton. And feet frailer. . Robert Frh. John p we re inn Carl w. Hirst. Robert a. Mirk and to i lard tester 1 f n company j ring serf eau to William Randolph. Jet Samuel b Mccottry. Let a Irvins. Sable who died on May in 1936. Although mrs. Sable during her illness told mrs. Tucker that she would be remembered in her will news of the Fortune received a month ago from mrs. Alice Sable was a Surprise. Mrs. Sable who is married to one of the Sable Brothers instructed mrs. Tucker that she must come to Durham to see about her property and the s65.00u willed to her. Mrs. Tucker who has cancelled her proposed summer trip to bar. Nuda. To take care of her em-1 r plovers to children while they orc. Away expects to leave for the South the first week in August f plans to Ald Charity questioned As to How she expects to invest her wealth mrs. Tucker stated. Quot i intend to give a part to some institution for the Benefit of my people. I expect to j help the poor work no More and not waste also have a sister whom i will. Help a through school and i will Robert c my also return to school in Tho Spring � time of of next wary of marriage she refused to divulge the whereabouts of her husband asserting that they Are separated. Mrs. Tucker stated that she has been the recipient of Many phone Calls from business men and others. But her three years of married life had compelled her to lose interest in men. Quot they arc merely interested in me because of my Money but i will not let them turn me crazy Quot she said. Attended Baltimore schools mrs. Tucker gave credit to one or. Beaver White of Baltimore married in a. The first wife stated that she was married to Hopkins in 1919 at Easton a. Shortly thereafter they moved to Baltimore with her children by a former marriage. Early in 1935, her husband began to remain away from Homo All night and was Seldom Home for ins meals the first mrs. Hopkins asserted. A Rumor that was circulated by neighbors reached her two weeks ago and caused her to make an investigation of marriage License bureaus in and near Baltimore. Mrs. Hopkins said. She discovered that her husband had obtained a License and married miss Davis. Says she had living mate Hopkins in his defense stated that he had married Tho second time after boing informed that his wife ? first husband was working in Atlantic City. At the o Veu i marriage in 1919. His first wife was purported to be a widow the in roof stated. Be Lieving that his marriage to his first wife a illegal to married the scion i Totne. Hopkins stated. In rebuttal. Mrs. Hopkins stated that her first husband died in 1915, and produced an old death certificate As proof. His step children. Who were alleged to have told him that their father was living. Denied Hopkins to statements. Miss Rose Applestein. White Tho 2100 Block of e. Baltimore of Street testified that she Nocom for being instrumental in having \ named Hopkins to the marriage her enter Lincoln Hospital after licence Bureau when to obtained she finished the Public schools of the License to wed miss Davis. Baltimore. Triplets born to Richmond Mother Atlanta to Greet 3 National conferences eth iop Princess May visit . By William n. Jones Geneva Princess Sahal 15-year-old daughter of Emex ror Haile Selassie May go to America to help make in Appeal for assistance in saving her country the afro. American has been told. That such a proposal has been made mid that it is being considered As a possibility a member of the ethiopian legation admitted ?Tjom who heard tie fir ring Anuval the Prince Mode i meetings Enjo a Cerv a that she vol a warm w Elcome in the United states. Grim Olive. To intr Fifer Robert Jon and Ralrh Mckinney. Clifford Jick Jon. John Hurt. Hufh Wintin j to it pc mtr Jon my Raymond Sutton. � � a to. � Spaulding in Cleveland Cleveland and a a. T. Spaulding of the North Carolina Mutual life insurance company of Durham spoke Here tuesday on the subject a to Tco lored insurance companies and their relation to the economic life of the Load Stone in bag Atlanta. A. A conferences of two other organizations the National occupation con i Ferince ind the National con Richmond. A a or. Cora = ares of. Coloured Parent and Quot Hubbard 3t.-gave birth to Triplet la teachers a will be in a Sion i sunday St her Small Home on � Here �? meeting Plantation near thl City. A of the National association of one of the babies a a it of. Died teachers in coloured schools a few hours after birth. July 28 to 31. Fuciu Toldt t e.o.%. Hid Cli by try b fat a h�j4ii. Ajia or j itch. Balli id Chi. 0 Lair it air a Oran Anu str q emf a tit j to oui a or Jacif be Graf re k Yah Fin i Al our a Odt Fuca w �?��??�0 4 a a aft i re f \ if. Vet a re la ebb Rai a h i a. Riv i r a t. Tina Iii of ii Ara re Virga. A i v in m Ltd. J-1 m in Siul i tip i a Eire Aizic co., sox Fie. Oset. Achi Caco. Ill till. V a it. H zionists reject two assigned ministers new York. A turmoil pre i the Rev. Or. Carrington is re Valls in the ame2 circles Fol-1 ported to be retaining his hold lowing the rejection by officials j "tj1ucharedina result the Rev. M. Spotswood. And congregations in two local j named to succed the Rev. Or. Churches of ministers assigned to Carrington has not been Abl to \ them at the recent annual con take Over the reins at John Wes Ference. Ley. J the Rev. W. O. Carrington. The Rev. W. W. 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Sold by dealers everywhere Black i we ointment Cind skin s nil out and Man Hie Coupon to 0#p�. Pm Hack and Ukiu co. Mam sit. Tarn. A Siou will actin Hbl Al fro tape of Luck and Whit in Ching Oam. Thu Capo Mutt a nailed in to a cure la not name address. City. Ital "20 million packages of Hack and White reality Cri a hons have already Reen

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