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Galveston Informer (Newspaper) - April 1, 1939, Galveston, Texas The informer saturday april 1, 1939 Page three by a staff writer and housewives Wom a see tons of fort Bend county gathered Here saturday for the annual county meat show and a Home exhibit. The largest ii play of Home killed and cured neats an products Ever seen in the Southwest \v6i-e ii exhibit an stood As Evi Derice of the splendid work being �?~1 1 a it done by a. E. Adams county a rent and . By Austin county Home . in 1, Quot we Riners in the two divisions were own fort a Bend Quot county fifth annual meat show prizes were As of Lbw a a Haims first place c. Annis fair Corner. Second place Phil Jones crash Community. Third place Jac Lcy Thomas Crabb Community a a a v fourth place Jno. Soloman Crabb Community. 11 1 a in Quot a shoulder first place Phil Jones. Second place Phil Jones. Third place Phil . Fourth place Phil Jones. Bacon 1 first place Henry Riggin Thompson Community. Second place Henry Riggins. Thompson Community jowl first place Henry Riggins. Thompson Community. Second place Henry Riggins Thompson Community. ,. Third place James Limous pleasant Hill. Fourth place James. Ross Crabb Community. V Community Howing greatest number of pieces of meat was Crabb county total pieces 147. A. Sweepstake awards on Points Are Phil Jones 390. Points. A. Henry Riggins -200 Points. A a a w. Jones 95 Points. Negro Home a demonstration prize �1st 1933 1 ,. Lard a first prize a mrs. M. B. Head a Frost Chapel club meat Gre Ndu a. Second prize "mrs., c. P Powell four Corner club two cake Quot plates. Third prize mrs. M. V. Ennis four Corner club five pounds a a. Sausage a a first prize l. A. Soloman Booth club,1 ten pounds sugar. Second prize mrs a j. Jackson a Frost Chi opel club five Quot pounds sugar. Or a a third prize mrs. H. M. Ross a i. Cry by club Rupa Suring set. A pier feet a first Arfee to is pc. Soloman both club,\l2rgalion jars. Second prize,1 . V. Ennis four Quot Corner club Crock earthen. Third prize mrs a Quot. Dogan four sorrier 1 two cake Piatos 1 a pork chops. A first prize of Misc. four Corner club slicing in ifs. 1 second prize sirs. L. Thornton Fiir Corner club three cake plates. A third prize . V. Ennis a four Cio Mer. Club two cake plates. A Quot i a wild came by first priz�,1 my so y. A. Jones Thompsons club slicing knife. A a second prize mrs. A u. Jones. Thompsons Elijab measuring set. Canned meal first prize mrs. Fel desm Ulce Rosenberg club double boiler. A 1 second prize re n a Brooks Rosenberg club mixing bowls. Third prize. Mrs w. S.1 Quot Williams Rosenberg club two cake plates. A Boi Leil Check ii a first prize mrs. , Frost Chapel club ten Szigat a so Cha Rizet pm Jet w3f. Jackson Frost Chapel Cut Crook. Earthen. Quot a Hird Arfee mrs. , four Corner a club paring knife. A a a a in it Quot Flea Chicke first l. Desmuke rosenberg1 club double b Diler. Second prize mrs. A. J. Jackson Frost Chapel climb mixing bowls. White eggs a first prize to is. Roberta Preston Powell joint club slicing knife. Seco Iid prize mrs. M. L. Irving Powell Point club measuring set. Third prize mrs. H. M. Ross Crabb club mixing spoon. Brown eggs first prize . E. Wallace Booth club slicing knife. 1 second prize mrs. L. M. Soloman Booth club pairing knife. Third prize mrs. A. J. Jackson Frost Chapel Chapel measuring set. Fish first prize mrs. U. Jones Thompsons club slicing knife. Second prize mrs. To. Jones Thompsons club measuring set. Third prize mrs. Dogan four Corner club measuring spoon. Soap first prize mrs. C. Mcdonald four Corner club slicing knife. Second prize mrs. A. A Jackson Frost Chapel club measuring set. Third prize mrs. A. A Ennis four Corner club measuring first prize mrs. Ivl v. , four Corner club ten pounds sugar. Second prize . V. Ennis four Gorner club the Ciiab. Pines. The Rel prize mrs. Holly Way a four Corner club measuring set. Fourth prize mrs. E. Whitehead four Corner club mixing spoon. Sweep states 600 per cent first prize a a Enn is. Four Corner club 32-piece dinner set. A 500 per cent first prize mrs. A. I Jackson Frost Chapel club Kitchen Quot 400 per cent third prize mrs. U. Jones a Thompsons club two pairing knives. Community prize it los a i Bryant Rosenberg . Miss Quot a a Bryant is president of the a Rosenberg club which entered a total of 63 jars and 10 dozen eggs next highest contender was four Corner club with 52 jars mrs. M. V. Ennis As president. Third highest was Frost Chapel club.-with1 23 jars arid its. A. A Jackson As president. I Anveng the 18 cases that faced the t find jury and upon which in dict ments wore made was that of the negroes evolved in the Quot slay lords payer inscribed fright in tront Flo All Lyon friends con see lit. Wear it Quot All i times. Many people j fell that the lords i prayer protects you i from evil spirits sind attracts a Cood Fortune. A your father who Art in heaven. I hollowed be thy name. Thy Kane Dom Iroide thy will be done on Earth As lit is in As. This Day oar bread and forgive Usi of k debts. And Lead us not into a temptation but deliver us from 1evil for thine is the kingdom. And Tho Power and the , i amen 1 ,. 1 to Moke no claims but give it to Lyou absolutely free with a month s a Supply of the genuine i Praver incense j imported from the hold land and a used in the High prayer ceremonies a in the biggest churches and Cynthe id Ais All Over the world. Many people feel that they Are greatly Benel med if i they Burn it at night before going to a bed and slowly recite the lords Pray Send no Money l a just Send your name and address and ii will be glad to ship your incense land ring on trial. Merely depos a it the Small sum of Only is plus Post Lago with the postman on delivery and la positively guarantee that they a will make a hit a Totth no the very i Day you receive them or your Money i will be returned instantly. Order once. Prayer incense prod-1ucts, dept 3i-k, lae Heiselt St. -. Brooklyn n. My of will Taylor february 18, whose body was discovered on the railroad1 tracks after it had been dumped.1 Caty Roquemore was indicted for the. Killing of Taylor with Ai tax and Ike Jones Marvin Thompson and Gertrude Martin step daughter were listed As accomplices. A a a what prompted the atrocious slaying was that the murderers were eyeing the victims insurance Money amounting to $1,200 and other valuables. After weighing the evidence in. The Case the grand jury returned a True Bill. The trial is scheduled for hearing april 3f in the criminal District court and the death penalty will be asked. Regular to open wednesday at True Vine the annual Spring concert by tie Morehouse College glee club and orchestra under the direction of Kemper Harreld director of music at Morehouse and Spelman colleges Atlanta Georgia will be Given in Sale Hall Chapel Oil Friday evening March 31, at 8 00 of clock. Now in its 28th season this leading musical organization numbers about 58 singers Undal nacre. The member of the glee club shown above arcs Reading irom left to right first Row a a Jott Wesley a jailers -6f Millen go Lester r. Womack of Johnson City Tennessee j. 5b. , of Bainbridge a. James e. Enanuel of Miami Fla. Augustus Council of Savannah a. Charles w. Clemmons of Atlanta Edward a Lawson of Atlanta and professor Kemper Harreld director. A second Row Adolph h. Parsons of Pueblo Mississippi Houston l. Lumpkin it of Athens Georgia Oscar Catlin of Bessemer Alabama d. Jack Mosos of Jacksonville Florida Walter r Harley of Aikin South Carolina James by. Brown of Lynchburg Virginia and phase d. Hale of Buffalo new York. Third Row James. Horace jr., of Chicago Illinois Virgil a. Daniels of Jacksonville Fla Artelia a. King of West Palm Beach Fla. Charles e. Houston of Lynch a. James a. Moore of Minden Louisiana and Haynes to Stephens of Athens Georgia. Fourth Row Robert p. Foster of Monroe. Louisiana Benjamin f. Scott of a Seneca South Carolina Louis m. Smith of Atlanta Lorenzo Beck 1 of Chattanooga Tennessee. Benjamin j. Anderson of Birmingham. Alabama Richard Durante of new York n. Y., and Thomas l. Borders of Macon Georgia. Fifth Row James s. Suwon of Dooling Georgia Jamesa. Livas or. Of Atlanta l. A. Jett of Louisville Kentucky g. Rutherford William c. Kilpatrick of new York Brown of new York n. Arid n. A i. Seated at the piano is Paul Peterson of Hartford Connecticut. For $900,000 rheumatic it takes More than Quot just a Salve to brine speedy Relief. It takes a Quot counter irritant like Good old soothing warming Muster Ole to penetrate the surface skin and help Ito quickly relieve the painful local congestion and aches due. To colds. Muscular Lumbago soreness and stiffness generally yield promptly. Better than the old fashioned Mustard a plaster. has been used by millions for-80 years. Recommended by Many doctors a and nurses. In. Three strengths regular children a mild and extra Strong 401. All druggists. Jefferson City and a Fri amp i naekel disparity. Bewes a what 1 negroes Quot think they need for education and what Whites believe is Good enough for them was amply demonstrated Here last tuesday when Lincoln university1 curators asked the House appropriations committee for $900,000 for development of the school program and got exactly $75,000. The $75,000 Given to Lincoln for new buildings and rehabilitation of old structures in 1939-40 was the Only change made by the committee in approving for passage a Bill carrying about nine million dollars for the states. Educational institutions for the two year period. Delegation members who appeared before the House committee of behalf1 of the school program were president Sherman d. Scruggs of Lincoln u. A. C. Daniel St. Joseph president state teachers Assoc id Tion h. L. Drew Bunceton presi Dent Parent teachers association and Bertrand Green a representing St. Louis alumni association. The. Hearing was enlivened when n. Sweets St. Louis newsman told the committee a a we a done to need new courses at Lincoln now that the u. S. Supreme court has ordered the University of to admit negroes. Give us Good undergraduate work and we can take our spa Cial courses Atje Columbia a a. Of but sweets state fiend not find favor with committee chairman John d. Taylor dem. Who favors bringing Lincoln to the Scholastic Par of a arid last Weic introduced a Bill providing $200,000 for that a purpose. The Taylor View was a it. Has been Missouri a policy for 100 years to separate the races in education and i think 08 percent of the negroes favor continuance of that in apparent cd a formation of this belief University of Missouri officials continue to l Elise admittance to coloured students seeking enrolment. This despite the High court ruling that u of a admit negroes or a it Rovida equal educational facilities within the protest attempt to Dodge supreme court order in Gaines Case St. Louis mo., March 24.�?a determined Effort on. The part of the Missouri state legislature to get around the recent Quot u. S. Supreme co dirt decision which opened the doors of the. University of Missouri to negroes was denounced Here this week by Joseph l. Mclenore prominent attorney of this City As an a a insult to the two Hundred thousand negroes who make Viji a substantial part of the state s issued the state Jav Michael Kinney asking him to of pose the Bill. Which appropriates $200,000 for the expansion of Lin ooh University at Jefferson City. The Money would be used to build graduate and professional schools for Lincoln according to the Bill and thereby presumably equalize the educational facilities open to negro and White citizens of the state in accordance with the high1 Coutts decision. A pointing out that the state of Missouri is embarking on a program that would Quot create a staggering tax Burden a and at the same time a Fly directly in the Teeth of the courts decision Mclemoree a letter part a a the negroes and Many who Are of other races resent this Bill because it is a vain attempt to avoid the Plain intent of the supreme i court decision because it Wili waste taxpayers Money because it is unworkable Quot because it is a undemocratic and because it is the greatest insult to negroes since the introduction of the Bill Many years a ago to have separate Quot Railroad coaches in Missouri which you so much to the. High courts decision which was Quot handed Down in the now famous Gaines Case december 12, 1d38, was the 11th Victory of the National association for the advancement of coloured people before that tribunal. The. Plaintiff was Lloyd Gaines a graduate of Lincoln University who sought admission to the University of Missouri Law school and was denied registration solely on the ground of Quot race. The courts decision said in part a by the operation of the Laws of Missouri a privilege has been created for. White Law students which is denied to negroes by the reason of their race. The White resident is afforded Legal education within the state the negro resident having the same qualifications is refused it there and must go outside the state to obtain it. That is a denial of the Equality of Legal right to the enjoyment of the privilege which the state has set up and the provision for the payment of tuition fees in ail other state does not remove the the p Bill in the legislature also has been protested by a delegation of Nineteen leading citizens of Kansie City Missouri. T Honey Grove the Church of the living god had a wonderful meeting sunday one new member was added to Tho Church. A the missionaries met with ten Meibers present and four visitors. Those on the sick list ate Eliza-1 Beth Higgins Elize Floyd v sunday school was Well attended at Galilee sunday. Quite a number enjoyed the memorial program for a h. Boyd sunday. Deacon j. A. Norris Boyd Norris miss e. G. Randle Martel Randle and c. B. Holloway motored to Teague sunday for . J. E. Norris and wife and j p. Norris motored to Mac Ira Quot sunday for service. A. J. Be top is on the sick John Jacob Holloway reporter. Congress ass Bibis at aliens Washington Casip a two Bills introduced in Coit Gress within As Many Days aimed at alien a is dents of the United states Are definite in their proposals that these aliens indicate their intentions of becoming citizens of the country. One Bill would require Finger a More sympathy for negro a is a Erfurt off Urban league new and a Quot Public sentiment against persecution of jews by nazis has caused a spiritual Awakening in this country to the plight of the negro the 28th annual report of the National Urban league made Public last week by Eugene pc Nickle Jones executive Secretary leveals., a fall through our protest meetings and our written expressions of denunciation of the German treatment of jews to note i reference to the crystallized mores in Tho treatment of american negroes a says the report. A even in the South our National and Load Urban league workers report that there is on increasing a group of Whites who sympathize with Quot our demand for larger advantages for the negro and for some social schemes that will vouchsafe to Quot All cite Ceris the 1 inalienable heritage of their civic status and. A fairer and More nearly equal distribution of the products of their a a however the economic plight of the race has changed Little in the last year and the proportion of. New a Groes on or eligible for Homo ref Lief or spa jobs was larger than Ever a the report fits Forth a in 1938 the league spent $59i338 and closed the year with a $2,721, deficit. The report says that when funds Are available to the league plans to Start a program calling for the Extension of the organizations work into 25 to 50 additional cities at an extra Cost of $25,000 to $50,000 annually for five years and the establishment of a special vocational1 and educational guidance program and a special household workers improvement program. Somerville sunday schools at. Nil churches were carried on commendably. Sunday was pastoral Day. At Smith Tyr it according to information by professor a n. Nellum a of the deportment of Musio of College a chorus of -one1 Hundri Cand fifty voices Wil be wat urea in the pre convention Prog Tom the Tyler a bad it Tibt institution tuesday night april 4, whiff a a the be Ijar annual a session of the Tapa conv Entiat shall Conwee in it Njo East Texas Metropolis. Approximately compose the 150 voices at Greet Thoi messengers on Tjie of ring night. The regular. Open Wod Desny a Nomina to mail auditorium of the True a Church. Trie lev to retd by president of the convention deliver q special Neq Sny. A the introductory Rehnon get Ltd it folds slivered by the up Voronda 5for son pastor of new a pc a of Huva i. Kun Gore. It 1 others to appear. Dull Lufi the. Four Day session Are the Orovic minds Goodall a a. Gordon. , Sweet a. M. A. Elmiria u a. Kitoff c. C. Cypei l. L. Stanmor.�,1 s. A Vin a cent jr., s. Gay. Elj Tsofi i o. Good it i it l. A. Mcintyre t. To Newman Taft Watts. W. T. Alexander and e. C. Estell. It a a the women s auxiliary Witt mrs. I. A. Johnson president win hold their Ges Ion on the lower floor of the True Vine Church mme. C. M. A Denman a pr�sident.1 of tie original West Texas to Istref a to will have charge of the Butler College rahy. / president a w. Pryor returned al this week from East Texas where he had Occas gift iof tit five by thing in re Dinoss for -th<5 hundreds of messengers that will converge on the a Rose City of Arn Friea Quot for the Day mooting. A a i a printing and annual registration for Chapel. Ame Church la and it. Rose aliens Between 18 and 00 years of Baptist Church with pastors Rev big of and would also require aliens to become. Naturalized a a within blk years after entry into this country. The other Bill contained a pro vision that aliens be deported if 1 they fail to become naturalized i t he members within five years. I Church rendered in cities f. A Kolloway and Rev Hancock at their respective posts of duty Rev. Williams and Iii choir of Brenham rendered service in it Rose Baptist Church sunday at 3 of it. Calvary memorial pro with Large populations in Honor of our Quot outstanding Rov. R. A Boyd d.d., founder of foreign born negroes these two Bills if they become Laws would affect hundreds of negroes who still maintain their allegiance to foreign countries. Fort briton 1309 East 9th Street no doubt is an ardent believer in Good things come to him who Waits and is prepared to receive Friem. Barton was named thursday to serve and being qualified will be the first of hip race to sit on the grand jury in Tarrant county. Barton 61, is a poll tax exemption �?--7-,. 1.---------- flush kidneys of and Stop getting up nights live a healthier happier longer life a a a. Thousands of men and women wonder Why backache bothers them a Why they have to visit the bathroom often at night Why Vittoro is scanty and sometimes smarts and Burns. A a any one of these symptoms May mean tha f . Kidneys and Blad. Der need attention now before these minor symptoms not a develop into serious trouble. To flush out excess waste poisons and acid from kidneys soothe your irritated ladder Ard put More healthy activity into. Them. Get a 35-cent package of Gold medal Haarlem capsules and take As directed. 11 this harmless tried and True Medicine. Gives results you should feel better in Days As this Eftic tive diuretic and kidney stimulant a a drives excess uric acid from the Boydjr sch. Is often the aggravation of pc ring Gony sciatica and neuritis. Hong to lie an easy Mark and accept a substitute Alc for <5oid medal Ila Arlem Oil capsules Bright from Haarlem in. Holland. Cd it Holder red votes in Box 56, third Ward East. Some other including Henry c. Johnson have been appointed to the. Panel in the past but have been unable to produce poll tax receipts. \ Bartons 1 appointment As 12th on the panel was made Ai the request of criminal District judge Mcgregor. Recent supreme court holdings have been to the effect that continued failure to put negroes 011 the grand jury is essential evidence of discrimination against the race a fact Bieh deflate in influenced Tho reversal of several criminal a born in Marlin Texas fails county to or. Ond Masr of Tavia Barton eldest of seven children Watson Barton has been a citizen of for 3g years owns his Home where he lives and is the father of four living children Chalie Mae Clarence a Bill Duke a and Jessie Lee Barton and Octavia it the 7.ealons Church worker is president of the St. James usher Board and has been a member of St. James Baptist Church for 23 years. In recalling his comments to his wife mrs. Annie Barton about the Dallas situation a few months ago when negroes there were fighting for Flie right to seats on the grand. Jury he. Had told her that some Day someone would get the Call but had no idea that he would bet the that it would be at such an Early Date. He told the mind reporters that he was glad that he was qualified to serve and would try at All times to give fait and impartial decisions. The quiet unassuming conservative elevator operator at the transportation building and who has served in that capacity for 10 years received a Telephone Call from Sher. Iff a. B. Carter who asked for the the Baptist a publishing Board the Ace league was called Back to meeting sunday evening at usual hour to make a new Start for improvement. C. To. Wilson motored to Brenham sunday morning to carry miss Eudora Jtj Ferson a a student of Prairie View who spent the weekend visiting her Mother mrs. Viola Jefferson arid friends. A pc Lewis left sunday for. Houston to work. A the my. Rose quartet rendered service in Caldwell sunday night. Mev. E. M. Bracy1 hired his quarterly conference in Holland s sunday. A mrs. Emma White William Smith and d. V. Taplin spent last week in Bay City. A Mable Sweeny was called to the bedside of. Her aunt in Laporte Texas. Mrs. Alberdie Brown of Dallas spent the week end with her father and brother Green Walton or. And or 1a a. Those on the sick list Hromis. Rosie Bostic Fannie Handy. To Maple Green Nora Boyd mass Rem a Watson and George Atkinson. s Iii a. Got a Turkey. Saturday nig fit. Quot a . Seeps to be Quot very lonesome since . Has gone to Houston of i sue it is Therp is-anoihei., an Fao. Ylern1,�?T-�?T a ire ,taahei2jbusinefl8 to. I. C. S. Avi 1-y r i Inch out . But e.r., you know you Are the Boot i believe . Hits something there. Wonder Why tallow so much7. 1 a . Seems to to in the mood for \ ,. J,0. Is Iii twin hard Tot . V.0. Has All of the Young girls bested with the Rea Orcis. Which one is it o.b.�?w.w., or w.w., jr.? a a what a in Caldwell for the following w a j.m.w., and j.r.b.? Caldwell has All of the . . Seems to have the beat hit with ., and he is nuts. L-c.s.1 is n a Quot a. A eve Boben a pumpkin news sunday Sel Ioil a was. Opened at pleasant Grove Boptist Church at the usual hours by the superintendent. Rev pc. A Whitby left saturday to attend Hig services at oaf Hurst. Or. And mrs Mick Scott visited mrs. A Scott s Mother Williams reporter. Gold. Medal the. Original the genuine. Ii ook for the. Goli medal i building manager. But found that Watson Barton a Ca the. Lia �?35 cents. He was talking to the right Man. Jane 1�o24 the sheriff questioned. Barton As to whether he Quot owned property or therefore he was qualified for jury held a poll tax receipt which Quot tie duty and the oath of office was the Only other thing needed. On april 7 or 8th- history will be made and he Hopes of fat sighted negro is will reach materialization when Barton will be sworn in for grand jury service since his record is of such that Bis seat is unquestioned. Other employees at the transportation building eem to Foin with Barton 1� Bis pleasure at the distinction accorded Hirn in the selection. The space 135-Pound,.5 foot 4 Inch athletic fan who has never actively engaged in Ai y sports has always paid his poll tax probably being influenced by the fact that his father d he Sam e until a his death in make this Check up the police Siren Means a look out a and so do natures signals had aches bilious Ness bad breath which Are often symptoms 6b constipation. Don to neglect your sluggish bowls for g Host of constipation s other discomforts May result such As sour stomach loss of appetite or Energy mental dullness. Help Yoi r Lazy bowels with spicy All vegetable Black draught. to aptly Thoron Lily by simple direct Fiorisi Black draughts principal in Gre Diett is an a intestinal tonic-105cauye. Quot it helps. Impart tone to next time i. product i to l Quot Arpir Calendar of Tho famous world a Champion i Joe Louis a a a and a Henry f Armstrong who both Quot use and endorse Murray a Superior hair pomade Send Only 10c to cover postage and handling to Murray Superior products. 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