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Galveston Voice (Newspaper) - October 8, 1932, Galveston, Texas Coming Home Jimmy Walker Dapper a sex mayor a of new York City is on the bounding main As these lines Are penned headed for the big City to see if he will get a the Call from the big Fellows to run for mayor and a a vindicated himself. Walker will face a Tough proposition. Although he is the Darling of Taip Many that organization is at outs Quot with Al Smith and governor Roosevelt and we cannot see a Man winning an important Post in the state of new York without one of those Fellows or Toth of then. Even though he is backed by the Oitice All powerful tammany Hall. It will be interesting to follow the fight which will certainly be a fight. You know a Large following and is quite Anfir Ator he is a one of the worlds Best dressed men is no doubt very popular with the Vot her of the fairer sex so a Van though Smith and roof Tevelt i oppose him he a will surely make a creditable ski Viring regardless of the record he made in a office Kwh it the investigation disposed or would have told had he not tendered his resignation before the governor had a Chance to Tell him a whether he thought him a a fit to run the biggest town in the u. S. A. Besides the. Governor will have his hands full trying to beat Hoover on the same Day Jimmy will go to but for his old and familiar Job so you see there is certain Tomb offs hot time in the big town november 8, 1932�o done to be surprised if Jimmy Walker wins twelve straight the a Anliss led by their twin Batter ing rams Ruth and Gerhig bowled the hapless and helpless cubs chicag Oover. In four straight games. Tho cubs never could get going they never fully recovered from stage fright and Whei they did Kinda get their Bearin Sylt was All Over but the shouting. /. A a a a a a 1 the yank have won 12 consecutive games in world series play rest assured that stand for Many years to come. The Sultan of swat Ruth himself was right in there Eye by step. Of the. Way and like teeny Sony a Lisook Quot Lio seens. To face Able t5 go a Oil from record to record Foreve re a a a next year will be another year and the powerful Yankees May get overconfident and lose out As autumn nears in �?T33, but from the looks of things they will have another shot in the next worlds series and another it Hance to break their world record of consecutive wins in title frays. Three Way a a or race for governor is getting a a term sting its now Ferguson bul Ling ton and Armstrong and they will come out in november it the order above named. Armstrong will kill whatever Little Chance or. Bullington had of making a record by beating the democratic nominee for. Governor. The republicans a a for once will really try to make a real fight of the race Thoy Are not. Putting any stress or. Effort for any of the other positions All they want is to land Bullington inthe. Seat of the mighty at Austin next november. It will be mrs. Ferguson. It appears that the governor is helping the cause of the republicans by fighting a losing fight but that is a a circumstance that wont alter this particular political Case. The race will certainly be interesting arid maybe exciting since you never can Tell what will happen in politics. Thousands of negroes will stay with mrs. Ferguson when they read up on the history of some of the men in the race. Alisa Iii it was a. Fine piece of politics if nothing else to see Smith and the a a demo presidential candidate shake hands and forget. It. Seems strange that their Friendship could Ever have broken. Roosevelt dubbed Smith the a Happy Warrior Down South in Houston a Short four years ago at the National convention of their party and had been disciple of him who Rose to National prominence from the sidewalks of new York but the Besto of friends some time fall out. It is ironic that Smith could not Climax his Brilliant career at the White House he was beaten by prejudice he lost out because he was a Catholic and some were weak enough to think that he would let the Vatican influence or run America Anchor government. The end of that a feud Means one thing at least Lehman will succeed Roosevelt As governor of the Empire state. About the Insull a done to worry about the insults spending years in prison for losing billions for. Small Fry. All of them father brother and son Quot Are out of the country As these lines Are written and frying wont bring them Back Stiless they voluntarily decide to come Back and answer a lot of questions we a can see plenty of publicity for the men who will do the prosecuting but that a about All the Folk who lost their Money in the Many companies headed by the Insull a won t Gettone cent of it Back the lawyers represent. Ing the state May get elected for another term because they had., nerve a enough to prosecute men who dealt in billions of dollars and on the other hand they May be Defeated a because they had brass enough to fight big no none. A brother is in Canada Fath a aft son in Europe and you done to have to go to school always to know a the Public welfare association of i Galveston a composed of coloured men and women from every walk of life in a joint meeting at the. Masonic Temple discussed conditions affecting. The attendance of children at Tolje three schools. Or. J. E. Pal tier local photographer acted As master. Of a Ere morties and tactfully introduced the Many prominent speakers prof. J. R., Gibson principal of centrals High a urged greater co operation a on behalf of the parents and citizens in seeing that every advantage be Talicen by the i youths securing All the. Educational j facilities offered at Central High. Which ranked third among the High schools of the state for coloured students he also invited them to assist in the beautification of the school grounds. A. Rev w. I. Solomon local newspaper editor of the illustrated news urged the formation of an up to Date food depot not Only to conserve the financial interest of the race but As a Means of providing employment for Many of our Talent toys and girls. Or. A. J. Moseley Eha Irir san of a Quot school committee urged extra vigilance of i the part a if. Parents to gee that a Foy. Hilti t of tic Abbt amp be be i. Foam his Biaggne democratic nominee for sheriff11 of Veston county is making the race for office on his record which is an open Book a Book every voter May read. He is one of the most efficient officers in Texas and is Well fitted by training experience and nature for the Post which will be formally tendered him by a majority of the voters of Galveston county tuesday november 8th, 1032. He will be the sheriff of the county not. Of any particular group or clique. He will receive a no of the largest majorities Ever Given a candidate running for the. Office of sheriff next month at the general election. His support will come from men and women of both races some of the voters who cast their ballots for him will be White and some Black All of them american citizens. Some Rich others poor All eligible voters textile workers claim new party needed in nation re ted to the school room and promised to ferret out every Alley and Street and see that delinquents Are brought to the school room and where clothing is lacking that the association see that their wants Are supplied and the unfortunates fitted for school and helped to remain there. Or. L. Scholars one of the most energetic members of the association chairman of the membership commit tee Drew special attention to the attitude of. The Piggy wiggly stores system of our City who although receiving a Large patronage from coloured people offer them scant employment. He. Singled out one of their stores on Market Street near 28th, where he declared that about 85 per cent-6f their patrons were coloured in pet cent mexicans and 5 per cent Whites. At this store All of their employees Are White with the exception of one mexican. To the Best of his knowledge Only one coloured Man is employed by this organization and he drives a six wheel truck which no White Man seems willing to handle. He advised the publishing of this information ask am eans of admonishing coloured citizens to a spend where they Cap obtain other speakers were revs. It a. , a. A. Brown Thom Sonand sex policeman Thomas who told of the letter received from a county judge at Brazoria thanking the association for the very valuable truckload of clothing sent to the storm sufferers mrs. Virginia Stewart and w. H. Wilson. A the association is composed of about 300 members and a a a Riyu is on to increase it. To ,3000. Before adjourning it was agreed that in View of the fact that prof. Gibson had completed Quot 50 years of service As principal of Central High school some method of appreciation of him should be shown by the citizens for this Long term of service by fitting exercises during this Winter. At the conclusion a very delightful repast of ice dream and cake was served. A new York jts Back on the futility of labor support of old party candidates and criticizing the a a non partisan political of the american federation of labor As a failure the United textile workers of America in bie Piaf convention Here declared squarely for the organization of a Independent labor party i. Emit Rieve of Milwaukee president of the american federation of full fashioned hosiery workers affiliate cd with the United textile workers and chairman of to be labor committee for. Thomas and Maurer introduced the re sold Tion for a labor party. He was elected a Delegate to the coming a. F. Of. I it. Convention at Cincinnati where he will attest not to have the federation commit itself to the same policy. I passed by unanimous vote the Resolution passed by unanimous said to be the first declaration for a labor party voted in recent years by a International Union belonging to the a. F. Of i. A \. . Edison airs clearance Darrow f agnostic cast has e�5twith unitarian off Torch in Minnesota new York and a announcement was made Here monday by Howard Kraus that Clarence Darrow Chicago lawyer who is known As americans Foremost agnostic had joined the first unitarian Church of Minneapolis finn. The Church is associated with the Hur pianist society founded by Charles Francis Potter. Or. Darrow is expected to lecture on humanism a in several cities of the East. Although or. Darrow is not. A Christian in the orthodox sense of the word he has frequently App cart de upon Church platforms throughout the United states and counts among his friends Many of the most prominent churchmen in the United states he and the late Bishop a. J. Carey of the fourth african methodist episcopal Church were warm1 personal friends or. Parks in court Houston Texas october 6.�? spa judge Scruggs Quot court in the county courthouse a was thrown into much Amu ement tuesday morning during the trial of j. B. Parks on a charge a of careless and reckless driving. A or. Parks a Wasfy a Iid go a it aft fined $25 on the charge. . Virgy Edison who filed the charge,.testified that or. Pics struck her Little 12-year-old boy with his car while the youth was Riding his bicycle and that the Impact broke his leg. She declared in court that or. Parks a talked ugly after hitting my son a and drove off without offering any Aid and that when she saw him later and asked trim to pay damages and. Doctor Bills he told her he would pay a Narry a when or. Parks was placed on the Wintis Sosland Jie denied mrs. Edison Sally nations. He termed the Accident unavoidable arid said that the boy ran into his machine. When asked Why he refused to offer Aid or. Parks a answered that mrs. Edison had remarked after he struck the boy that she would use a a her forty five on me so i kept going.�?�. While or. Parks was testifying mrs. Edison who proved an aggressive and determined witness occupied a seat iri the rear of the court room. When or. Parks reached the Point in his testimony wherein he stoutly denied. What she Ahad said mrs. Edison became disgusted with the procedure the court was following and turning to a reporter for the Houston informer she stated a ooh if they will Only Stop a l of this foolishness and. Turn that Man Over to me ill Send him right where Jie sent my Sony straight to the Hospital a judge Scruggs after listening to the testimony and arg Jim its fined the defendant $25 and mrs. Edison arose a arid voiced her appreciation to the Jurist. I new. York and a Lester a. Walton Veteran publicity expert and political strategist ha3 been appointed to handle publicity for the democratic National committee among coloured voters. This is the third successive Campaign during which or. Walton has held this important Post arid the appointment assumes political Signi Dicarne this year because of the numerous a applicants for the place. A or. Walton a wide spread connections his Long standing familiarity with newspaper publishers the country Over and the., calibre of his work during previous campaigns is said to have won him the organization aun Nort. He was endorsed by John f. Curry the tammany Hall Leader Ami was strongly favored a Robert l. Vann Julian Rainey and or. Joseph Johnson three of the chiefs who Are to conduct the coloured end of the democratic Campaign. Or. Walton a office will probably be at the blot Riviore hotel., new York and a in amp letter to Rev. Is. H. Colt chairman of the foreign i Nisslen Board of the. A. M. E. Church and a memorandum to the Meni Beis of the league of Nan tons International committee on Liberia Secretary of state Stimson stated la amp to week the grounds for future cooperation Between the United states and Liberia. A a the Secretary a Memora Todum implies that Liberia has not been faithful in trying Tol live up to the. Spirit of recent agreements made in connection with the International commissions report on conditions of slavery and of sanitation in the a Republic and complains hat. Certain a is taken by the liberian legislature indicate that the african Republic would circumvent the demands made upon $-.11 possible Light Senken Ces from Kennerly Houston Texas october 6.�?. Spa judge t. My. Kennerly was in night with that Housto Lanb who appeared before him in Federal court last thursday on charges of Possession and said of whiskey and. Maintaining Nusl tines. . Lucille Robinson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve thirty Days in jail. Her sentence was suspended for five years on Good behaviour. -. A mrs. Mattie Steward pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay a Fine of $10 within ten Days. Lindsey Franklin was sentenced to serve thirty Days in jail starting on october 4. V flees from prison Tallahassee and a Nathaniel Williams serving a 20-year sentence for second degree murder escaped from the state prison farm at Fairford sunday night. That All of them can stay abroad if they so desire however they May comeback and live in their a native land again Only the future will Tell. National by heft is freed from White f an in Georgia Case famed mown tactics by John Westey Mcgaffey we Are going to talk about several characters among them Henry Davis a and or. Bum. The houstonian who has been trying to be a Good citizen for Twenty years. I think highly of both men not much of some of their while we think of it you will get the copy of the voice some of the Wise Guys said you would not get because we had a gone a that fellow Davis wont so and Burr is getting some sort of backing from the professor not much because already he has vainly tried to make Small of a Little borrow. I have been the editor would join the professors Church Davis is methodist Burr was Baptist but he is used to a a changing papers at least from time to time. Burr reminds us of a Friend who believes in a transmigration of the our Friend says he Cam to. The world some centuries ago and lived 52 years he came again Thi i time Aid will live to be eighty Odd years of age and a although it was. Required to pay $10,000 to White Law firms iri this state and to the Deputy of the state Lewis a. Irons in. Equal amounts the National Benefit life insurance company of a Washington d. C., was successful Friday in on action before judge g. H. Howard in having or Iron who had served As receiver for the company in. This state relieved of his duties. The action of the company against Irons was taken so that the work of the receivership throughout the country might be unified under one the Civet ship control from the company Shidain offices _ and will make another trip showing up in the Orient and will list a to be 19 years old. The Sentinel pops up every now and the a this is the third one we heard of under the leadership of editor Burr of Houston. He tried a weekly and wheat it got grog a 1 decided to change to a a daily a which lasted less than a \ a a we Are not iri error and now that worthy comes to save fat ton and her ten or twelve thousand negro citizens Bun Mevit Houston with 70,000.negroes to come to contribute to the welfare postpone trial of alleged communist. In Atlanta a. and a a n g e 1 o Herndon alleged communist who was arrested when Radical literature was found in his room and who was to go on trial by fore judge Humphries in Superior court monday for a attempting to incite insurrection a will not be tried until the second week in october through an agreement Between the prosecutor and defense Brothers stage fight Jackson and Jack Little has been placed in jail Here for the shooting Suri Flay of his brother Enoch near Forest Hill. Enoch is not expected to live. A a 10 people poisoned by bargain Purchase Raleigh n. and a ten persons were poisoned saturday from eating sausage which one of them had purchased it a bargain. The buyer of the sausage said that she bought 40 pounds for Twenty cent from a Man whom she did not know Alabama prepares to fight Freedom in Scottsboro Case Montgomery and a attorney general Knight assisted by t. A Lawson has completed the states Brief which together with Oral argument will be used on october 10, before the supreme court in an Effort to make the death sentences for seven boys convicted of rape at Scottsboro stand up. The International _ labor Defenso communist organization is so eking a new trial for the boys. The Alabama attorney general contends that the boys were tried and convicted by due process of Law that they were Given the Laws fullest Protection and rec Eiyu a a fair and impartial \ barrel of man�?Ts�?T45 Houston Texas october a saturday night about twelve do of clock Floyd Duberry arid Henry Filmore emerged from 3,109 Saulnier Street arid were thrown into hysteria when an. Unknown Tjan Liose identity they have not Learned Drew a pistol aria flashed it in their faces demanding to know the whereabouts of his estranged wife. Disberry and Filmore a who were unnerved by the sudden request gained sufficient strength to try to explain that they knew nothing of athe strangers their explanation however Quot was a bit hazy to the peeved stranger and lie demanded silence and continued to quiz them further. It i Ater _ he satisfied his mind that neither Duberry nor Filmore was the party that he was seeking he claim cd though that one of. Them bore a slight resemblance. Her state that he. Was looking for some one by the name of Keno. Mr., Duberry Foreman of the mechanical department of the Houston informer was still nervous monday morning when he reported for duty after going through saturday nights ordeal. Fugitive returns to jail Pittsburgh pay and a police re port that Charles White has Irti Rren dered to them and informed Thom that he wishes to be returned to the. Penitentiary to finish a 25-year sentence imposed upon him for murdering mrs. Lily Trollen in 1916, White said he escaped after serving three months of his sentence. Death reveals wealthy White new York and a death get his old Irither a and a sister and disclosed the secret of Carl Roh wealthy realty Man and pillar of tar Ryt Outi society who died last week leaving the bulk of his $175,000 estate to his Secretary Sarah e. Elliott. For years Roh had been accepted in. Tarrytown As White. But with his death mrs Rosetta Carter Perdue wife of a poor coloured Farmer of the Hyde Park Section claimed that she was a sister of the deceased and filed claim with surrogate George a. Slater in White Plains. T _ Slater said there waa no question in his mind that the Olive skinned Roh Hab posed for thirty three years As a White Man although he had coloured blood. A in order to do this a said Slater he had to Cut himself off fro Rii his edit tire family but when he made his will his heart would not let him for he left them 55,000 each a not knowing they were dead. The surrogate referred to bequests made to Mary f. Carter and Daisy a. both of Macon ga., mrs. Perdue claims that maty Carter was her Mother and Daisy her sister. Inasmuch As they have died Phe contends she is entitled to the bequest. Among other bequests left by Roh were,$2,000 to a Church in Tarrytown we Erjie maintained a membership. Local insurance Man a reported seriously ill George Rich sr., an agent for the Atlanta life insurance company re a finding at 3 l12 mall Henry Street was reported. Seriously ill at his Home thursday night. V of Galveston. A / a somebody said we had left the Field said those worthy children of Ham plenty of Money was Back of the new paper and it was Best 1$ support it ladies and gentlemen Money Back of anything does no to mean much it must be in the Jung. A. A few facts or since somebody has been talking out of school we Are going to Tell Yogt us How come.�?T�?T. We have Only Welcome for clean Competition the new paper was not what we would Call a Legi ate offspring of the fourth estate. It is pure and simple a Ione to give a Lenain clique me political prestige and perform Ftp title service for one of the in Fellows in Tweedy Chapel Henry Davis. Or. Burr will Teu of that he could not have gotten out a paper Here had it not been for me i am sure he knows what Lam talking about 60 Pep ent of what he runs especially ads was once a part of the voice when we were associated with a gentleman in Houston f i have never resigned a Job under the Well know fire and of have never stolen Money that belonged to anybody hath of Chou fellow craftsman i am in my late twenties a couple or triple of the magnates Are in pair forties fifties and maybe sixties. have searched the records and can to pee anything they have done or tried to do to Advance the body politic but since they have a plenty Oney and Low punching Davis of school renown i will have to old my tent by night and like the arabs of old steal silently away. Burr said he had been in the news for 12 years and then added a More or did it Ever strike you what he accomplished in twelve years he staged a cooking school or two we know. The Christ began his work at the age of 12, and maybe Burr thinks it is about time he was about this business in Earnest since he has passed his 12th year in it. You done to see Davis name on the officers roster and you did no to expect to see it. A fess is too Brainy to lend his name in the open to the project As we. See it. None of the men Whoso names you saw have enough Money to buy a Mosquito a wrestling suit where then is All the a backing a men. Who cannot successfully make a living out of what they say they know can to do much at something they know nothing of. This thing is going to get interesting Ere Long watch and see if it does no to lil Henry Davis part that Noble teacher and pillar of needy showed his soiled Dusky hands in this paper business recently. Dayis went to see one of Bur workers and offered him a Job with the Sentinel. It shame on you a fess who Ever heard of you offering anybody anything that you could give to other body Davis did that the Young Man said so and we would believe him i did a Iong so before we would believe the professor under oath. Davis lost out. Somebody has even stooped to asking our newsboys to come Over on the a Money backed Side. Davis is supposed to be in the school business Why then does he offer a Man work. In another line ? the voice red the fight to save a Job for a negro a the u. A government. A negro got the Job ask w. H. Wilson this paper fought for the Purchase and location of a negro playground the land was bought but we missed the playground again you May a a Jask or. Wilson even though he Weilt to this same Youhg Man a Ivis offered a Job and told him he had better look for a a something else to do notwithstanding Wilson introduced us to the party in question. I do not hold that against him being fair i will charge that up to a depression booze a it May make one act funny that Way. And last but by no Means least we fought Davis and his gobbling Way in the schools and will fight him just As Long As we print a hand dodger. Burr Woitt say anything about him watch and see. He May defend him but lie will never on Ono him right or wrong. Were was the papers with Money in their Quot raised when we were fighting for that which make Man find races respected Davis 1 can to get him out of my mind and he no doubt can to get his mind. You know what Davis i speak of from time to time with Tongue and pen the Orte and Only Henry t. The fellow who has the Day Job out at West District and the night school too if that a not greedy we would like to know what is. When the Young Man told us Davis was out to see him about a Job we had hoped Davis knowing he was a graduate of a first class school was going to try and give him the principalship of the night school but alas Davis arose to seek him on no such Mission. I Call that dirty use a to employing four Means May.-. Not May Call it something else. A again Days nor any of the other moneyed men connected know anything about a paper and Burr just reached town. Com see a fess Davis Page 4
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