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Galveston Voice (Newspaper) - October 29, 1932, Galveston, Texas A the voice of the people is the voice of god leaders from All factions a a spa after honouring the Rev. S. R. Prince of fort Worth with reelection As president the 39th annual session of the general Baptist state convention came to a close Here sunday with 500 delegates in attendance who voted the selection of Houston As the City in which the 40th annual session will be held in october 1933.j the convention proper opened wednesday noon with the president presiding. Three factions of the. , operating different state conventions were represented at the session As being in favor of uniting their bodies a with the general Baptist state convention. The Baptist missionary and. Educational convention of which the Rev. E. Arlington Wilson is president the Texas Baptist convention of which the Rev. K. Curry is president and the american free Mission Baptist convention were the three organizations expressing a willingness to unit with the general convention which met Here. The Rev. Wilson attended attractive Houston woman race speaker aged Farmer leaves v $50,000 estate in la. _ Shreveport a Law spa John Caldwell aged negro Farmer residing near Here who died recently left his family an estate valued at Over $50,-000, records filed in Caddo Parish District court show. The will of the aged Farmer signed Houston tex., october 28.�? spa miss Mabel Delahousaye attractive Young Houston coloured woman Abou-30 years old residing at 2309 Gregs Street and a sister of a. Spivey 180b Chenevert Street succumbed Here tuesday afternoon at. 1 30 trip in Hospital from the effects of Poi Jin. The Young woman swallowed two dichloride tablets last Nigl to and was the Hospital where she was treated by or. George by his Mark he apparently being in Able to write bequeathed the bulk of eur who work Eden vain to Sari or his estate to his wife and four Chil Jfe Dren though numerous other relatives Are named in the document. The will provides that none of the gifts Are to be contested in court. John b. Adger White whose family raised Caldwell was named by the her brother told the informer this week following her death at the Hospital that he knew particular reason for his Sisters drastic a action. said that All he knew wits had swallowed the tablets. A. W. Dent new Orleans Goodridge and represented his or Hospital of Dillard University was false Leader Are flayed by a Gamza Tion in person. Quot w. A Davis state grand master of the u. B. F and "77s. M.t., represented the body headed by the Rev., Curry in stating its a desire for unification and a Telegram was received by the organisation from the american free Mission a Baptist convention headed by Rev. J. C. Cal a Houn which was in session in Victoria Miil Inife Kunovit Tiitu wish i in unit eur a the convention appointed. A committee to consider the respective offers of Unity. This committee is composed of the 56 moderators of District associations who Are members of the convention and 9 other members of the body. A reports on the conditions of Conroe College and Gaudalupe College the two institutions of higher learning conducted by the general Baptist state Quot convention a were Road before the placed on the fully approved list of american and Canadian hospitals by the american College of surgeons at its annual meeting in st Louis last week. The american College of surgeons. Is it the highest authority on the american continent in the matter of scientific standardization of the practice of Medicine. Or. Malcolm t. Maceachern a associate director of the ago and his Quot very High recognition of Flint Goodridge is based on the High Standard of work being done As or. Maceachern saw it. The new Flint Goodridge Hospital was built at a Cost of approximately one half million dollars and is the first unit of Dillard University. Thirty four negro physicians form the Active staff of which or. Rivera Fred Erick is chairman. There is a consulting Staif composed of fourteen undertaker held on liquor charge Henderson n. and a a. A. Morrison undertaker has been a a bound Over to the March 1933, term of the United states District court on charges of possessing and transporting liquor. Federal offi filers came upon Morrison in his Dodge car and found in it a half gallon fruit Jar full of whisky. Morrison claimed that he had picked up a Man on the Road who left the package in tie car and he did not know it was there. His car was also seized by the officers. Farmer As executor of the estate Witts ice cords on file at police out Bond. Ters revealed that or. Spivey Calle ters revealed that or. Spivey called police officers a saturday evening t at 6 30 and related that his sister had taken Poison and had been carried to Herman Hospital for treatment i City detectives martial Martin and Meyers of the homicide squad who answered or. Spivey s Call and investigated the Case reported to Headquarters that they talked with the Young woman Ana that All she would Tell them was Ulfat she wanted to die. Negroes barred from Mexico Large crowds attend weekly political meet meeting by or. W. A. Johnson and White physicians All of whom v Are or. R. J. Lockett presidents respect teachers in local medical schools. The timely of two schools. Their reports revealed that the colleges were in Good shape. The Rev. N. C. Crain treasurer of the convention reported that Over $25,-000 had been raised during the. Year and prorated by the organization to its various causes. The Rev. B. F. Parks j. W. Wash Hospital is open to All physicians who meet the standards of the american College of surgeons for their private patients. In addition to the usual Hospital services Flint Goodridge is a Center for the promotion of health education. An out patient department is maintained with an attendance of one thousand visits per month and clinical courses in instruction for prac in ton and c. L. Huff All of fort timing negro physicians Aro offered Worth were elected As the education in eight branches of Medicine. And Al committee which will receive surgery a Hospital base resident Money reported during the year. They staff of five physicians who live in Are to turn the Money received by Hospital building. There a is a them Over to the Rev. Parks 419 school of nursing accredited by the ninth Street in fort Worth and the state Board of Louisiana which has an enrolment of 27 students. The bed capacity of the Hospital is 100, 20 per cent of which is open to free patients who. Upon investigation of the social service department Are found to be eligible. Will w. Alexander nationally known for the last decade As the executive director of the commission on interracial cooperation is president of Dillard University of which the Hospital is a part Edgar b. Stern who was awarded the times Picayune trophy for rendering the most outstanding contribution to the City of new Orleans in-1933,y is president of the Board of trustees. Warren Kearny collector of the port of new Orleans is chairman of the Hospital management committee of the Board of trustees. A. W. Dent is superintendent of the Hospital and is in charge of its direction. There Are eight other negro hospitals on the approved list of the american College of surgeons. Flint Goodrich is the Only one South of Nashville Tenn. Rev. A. A. Lucas will head a commit tee to Divide Quot the Money among the denominational causes. The following officers were elected or. S. R. Prince president Rev. H. C. Cashaw Houston vice president Rev. B. F. Parks Quot fort Worth recording Secretary Rev. W. S. Brent , corresponding Secretary Rev. C. H. Brown Needville first assistant recording Secretary prof. G. W. Williams fort Worth second assistant recording Secretary. Rev. N. C. Crain Houston treasurer Rev. E. D. Carrington. Conroe statistician and c. H. Mcgruder Houston auditor. The officers of the laymen a league it Are c. H. Mcgruder Houston president t. C. Butler. Furt Worth vice president a. W. Jackson. Houston recording Secretary Rev. To g. Garden Eagle Lake treasurer. The women owned mrs. O. Solomon re ones. Dallas As president an a mrs. A. B. Fuller Austin corresponding Secretary. _ the convention adopted a resold Klion nor Lnu Nurr Quot a he in Ustari inform or and commending the paper to the people of Texas for their support. Henry Allen Boyd visits or. Henry Allen Boyd Secretary of the National b a t i s t publishing Board returned to Texas his native Home last week where he visited a. Lestin e to address to e general Bap a list state convention while that body was in session . Boyd was Tjie principal speaker on the. Pro Rran inst Friday night. His adress was delivered in the Church organized and a stored by his late father or. R. H. Boyd who founded the Quot National Baptist convention of America unincorporated. Where or. Boyd talked Here last Friday night he talked in the City where As a Barefoot boy he grew up where he jumped ditches played marbles flew kites and carried on As other boys in Small towns carried on years ago. Or. Boyd returned to Nashville Tenn., immediately after the deliver Ance of his address before the convention. He was accompanied by mrs. Henry Allen tex., october 28.�? spa the world j America and the negro race stands sadly in need of Lead ers who have moral courage sound convictions and the proper ability to Lead the people out of the difficulty of the present times declared a .1. Davis of ithe b. F. And. Vilt air Iii acid rec de Tiye fed. Here sunday on a menus Day program at Payne Chapel a. E. Church. Or. Davis tii�?T6 principal speaker on the program who followed several local speakers on the platform denounced false and shallow leadership As being a menace to the advancement and Progress of the people. He deplored the. Fact that there is in existence at this time so much political turmoil and he paid his respects to the demagogue who at the expense of Public welfare is now on the scene seeking to array class against class for personal gain and Elevation. A an education which teaches negro youth inferiority is a failure. Along with the instruction of our state text books our negro teachers who occupy sacred seats in the schools who guide the thought and training of our boys and girls must also teach than racial consciousness and racial self respect a or. Davis said in completing his discourse. Other speakers who addressed the audience at the Church sunday were f. L. Lane and j. G. Pearsal. Or. Lane contended that the time has arrived when the negro must turn his attention to Nis economic status. He Aid that he Underwood that Overfi no Nogales Sonora Mexico oct. 21.-All american negro citizens irrespective of station or importance Are temporarily prohibited Entrance into Mexico because of the application of the recent immigration Law which excludes prohibited races from Mexico Arcadio e. Padilla immigration chief said tuesday. A this Law. Is a a being enforced i throughout the mexican toss. Border from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean a Senor Padilla said. A due to. To of a. Federa Liaw i requiring All foreigner st obtain Bortl or crossing cards prohibited races Are j. W. Rice too annual meeting of the Texas commission on interracial cooperation will be held in Central Christian Church this City on Friday and saturday november 4-5. A representative attendance of the two races is expected and a full program will be rendered on the general theme a interracial aspects of the present educational and economic tie meeting will begin at 2 of clock Friday afternoon and will adjourn at the conclusion of the saturday afternoon session. Chairman r. Kelly of Longview fill preside and report on the years work. Other reports will be made by the Quinn for sheriff club made up of negro men and women Are leaving no Stone unturned to land their candidate tuesday november 8, 1933. According to a statement from , if the forces working non of the White people bring up to Weir end the Battle is certain to be won. In a Brilliant address thursday night or. R. H. Stanton said he was Well please with the Outlook generally and asked All who were interested in the Independent candidate to Bend every Energy toward electing Frank w. Quinn. A very Large and enthusiastic audience heard several speakers deliver burning messages Many said the meeting rivalled the one of Friday night last week at which time Roy Clough Well known radio Man and on of the strongest supporters of or. Quinn made an address which was Well received by the entire gathering. George Brown Broi ight the House to its feet several times during the course of his remarks. Several coloured women who Are actively engaged in the work for the election of or. Quinn also spoke. Several women have been put in the Field and Are making House to House Contact with the negro voters and according to their reports to the meeting they Are meeting yith much Success. Plans for the final Victory drive during the week preceding the election wore discussed by several workers. Editor i Marcellus e. Foster of the denied this privilege. Houston daily press local Skripps Howard afternoon newspaper in the a Oiso of comment in his front Patre a a Why column tuesday of this week. Hayed a the holier than thou boaters i he conscience stricken false prophets a nil false patriots who a cry out in horror because of the alleged contamination which they claim will result from the United support., which Tjin negroes of Texas Are giving to the candidacy of mrs. Mirjam a. Ferguson for the office of governor of Texas. Speaking further of the Hoover democrats or. Foster says a there is consistency in them. They want the right to Bolt at will and to Bray at All times. Let them Bolt and in a but hereafter make them stick to the Republican negro leaders at the coloured Fer-tr�?Tioon-for-0 o v e r n o r Headquarters when interviewed by an informer re Noier. Stated that this editorial comment by or. Foster who is regarded by Texas negroes As the most Power Ful and forceful editor in the Sonoh and one of the greatest in the nation is a timely answer to such bolting democrats As Lewis Wood who. In n a i have wire the department of labor asking for special consideration insofar of it pertains to soldiers for the 25th infantry. Previously Washington granted special per Niit giving our uniformed soldiers Entrance into Border cities. I am trying to reciprocate the Friendly gesture. A Many other races Are also prohibited incl tiding the Gypsy hindu chinese senegalese a other races Are merely restricted such As the greek. A i emphatically wish it to be known that the recent restrictive immigration Law is not a local ordinance but a National Law a Senor Padilla con. Eluded. All tourists Are admitted to Mexico for a Short period of time if they fulfil immigration prerequisites. The restrictive immigration Law does not apply to tourists. P of j1. A Clark of Huntsville mrs. B. of Waxahachie mrs. J. A Brock of Bryan mrs. D. Mason of Dallas g. W. Crouch of Gilmer miss Sara Davis of Huntsville Carl Downs of Sam Huston College Austin and prof. Woods of Huntsville the commissions Stato director. Addresses will be delivered by l. A. Woods state superintendent of education prof. W. R. Banks principal of Prairie View College mrs. Violet k. Greenhill of the state Board of welfare and miss Annie Maie Mathis of the state health department. Among those who will make formal addresses. Are. Bishop Clinton s. Quin j. W. Rice Secretary of the state organization of negro Odd Fellows mrs. J. Hanna of Dallas president of the National y. W. C. A. Senator Nat Patton of Crockett and w. W. Alexander of Atlanta director of the Southern commission on interracial cooperation. Music will be rendered by a group of singers from Booker. Washington High school Dallas. The Public is invited to attend the meeting. Cadman tells local party ends when Man is Cut negro school teachers were without j letter published recently in the hour mrs. Mckinney says she will not Tell Houston tex., october 28.�? up -.�?mrs. Maude Mckinney 2721 Bear Street front who was seriously injured Here sunday night and who was treated at Jefferson Davis Hospital for her wounds declined to divulge the names of her assailants to police officers who investigated the Case. According to police officers the woman a common in Law husband said he heard her hollering in their front Yard and when he rushed to the scene he saw two women beating her with a picket. They escaped he said before h Learned their identity. Frightened by prowler mrs. Ross Hart 1803 Lockwood drive reported that when she awoke at 1 30 tuesday morning she saw a youth whom she described As a yellow looking fellow tampering with her window. A she says she screamed and ran to the Home of a neighbor police records show. Work in Houston and he declared that the negro must support and build racial institutions that will furnish rewards for the education of negro youth. Or. Pearsal spoke on the duty of a Man to his Community and his god. L. J. Mann was master of ceremonies and the following other a persons appeared on the program or. O. L. , m. J. Gaskin Rev. A. George Lien Hardy Kelly Howard j. Fat Ellison j. , Scurry Baker a. Z. Hester we. Ponder King Hughes b. L. Clark and the Rev. H. G. Johnson pastor of the Church. By Bishop Jones hour Ron tex., october 28.�? spa upon his return to Houston this Van the Rev. A. W. Corr. District superintendent of the methodist episcopal Church., announced appointments made at the Texas Annua conferee a of the Church by Bishop r. E. Jonos who presided at the meeting Why i convened in Longview inst tues tin and closed there sunday. The appoint rents announced Are As follows Houston Asbury d. I Dyer Boynton g. E. P. Belcher Grace Edgar Thomas Mallalieu f. T. Lee it. Vernon a. J. Newton Sloan memorial c. In Pemilton st. James l. A. Greenwood st. Marks f. Trinity j. W. Moore Trinity East .1 a Scott. Galveston st. Paul l. A. Thigpen and Wesley Tabernacle r m. Davis. Others Are Anahuac Foster Byrd Angleton to be supplied later Dickinson j. A Daniels Kendle ton a. A. Franke Richmond and Rosenberg e. W. Adkins Spring and Humble r. H. Warren Sweeney to be supplied later and Thompson Chas. Payton. Ton Post raised the false it alarm a a a Man supremacy and a i negro or. Fosters editorial follows in full a should negroes he urged to Voe the democratic Tir Tret the National organization thinks they a bold. Incl the directors of the Texas Campaign Are organizing them in favor of Roosevelt and Garner. Nobody disapproves. A then what in pens when the Ferguson Campaign committee committee Frires the same negroes to vote the democratic ticket for governor the holier than thou bolter so the conscience stricken false prophets and false patriots cry out in horror up Caupp of alleged contamination.-,. A there is no consistency in they want the a Wirht a to Bov at will and to Hray at All. Times. Lei them Holt and Hray vhf Isioro or or inf e stick to the Republican Houston tex., october 2�.�? spa a party at the Home of Claude Collins 1018 st. Charles Street Rund it a night where those present according to officers say they indulged in dancing and drinking ended in a nea tragedy when mrs. Zylla b. Ridley ill st. Charles Street stabbed Albert lady her common Law husband in the right lung. The Cut punctured Ladva Slung and although he is in a Serif us condition at Jefferson Davis Hospital attendants said tuesday that he would Rover. Honoured the informer according to records on file at police Headquarters officers who Wei railed to the scene following the Stah in were to d font lady Hjad in no Hir Ive to mrs. Ridley and had threatened her on several occasions at the Narv. To went Home during he and got a Butcher knife which a Jar Hight i Nick concealed under his i coat officers say witnesses told then arid when he reached for it during a tilt with mrs kidney she sprang the a Olarle of a keen knife and stuck it n his shoulder and right lung. Those who witnessed the stabbing and who made statements were germ Ude Perkins 3702 Fluor Acquilin Fisher 0411 pork Avenue and Claud Collins at Home the incident it it ecu in fat a. Officers martial and Martin a investigated the Case. Mrs. Ridleyha.-? no tar a pvt of i a Tonkin years old was killed Friday night j been charged with assault to murder an no Tomolilo driven hot Mono Biondo White escaped from her Enn a Houston a by a so urge Tro of a with Street and Indiana ave-1 43 nue and mounted the sidewalk Strink ing him. Boy accidental kills sister Columbia s. and a Mildred Harris. 9 years old died thursday from the effects of a gunshot wound in the knee when. Her old year old brother accidentally discharged a gun in her presence. U. S. Agents Nab Man a James Thomas was placed under arrest in Houston monday by Federal prohibition agents on a charge of the Sale and manufacture of whiskey and beep. He has been arraigned before u. A it. Commissioner Winston mama hah on the charge. Support of opera sunday at 4 p. M., the y. And y. W. C. A. Will sponsor the Coleridge Taylor mrs. J. Alston Atkins in Ana our of Ljusic appreciation at which time the Story of the opera Quot Cavalleri rustic Ana a will be told at the y. W. C. A. The purpose of this program is to stimulate interest in the coming presentation of the opera by the Houston civic opera company at the City auditorium november 1. As it is being Given for unemployment Relief and we Hope to share in the returns we feel that it is a duty of ours to share wholeheartedly in the promotion of it. <1 a a or. S. Parkes cat Man noted new York minister who has been heard by millions in his radio sermons believes that. The american negro has made splendid Prog we and that to will play an important part in the fun Turc. The opinion of the famous divine was out inert Thiafi a by Al Bert White City editor of the Houston informer on the occasion of Tho ministers visit to Houston to deliver an address Here tuesday night on a the Outlook for or. Cadman Arf wed Here late tuesday afternoon and while he was at a local hotel a Var. White sent him i query by a messenger Bov asking Hini what part he thought negroes would play in civilization s Outlook. Tho minister was not at the hotel at Tho time but he mailed or. White the following letter later a my dear or. White a your letter came while i was Leavings the hotel for an engagement. I can Only say in a word that any real advancement in our civilization must recognize the part All races have to play in it. Otherwise it will not to a real Advance. A the Jay Merican negro has Mado it pm in Ltd gtd Progress hitherto and i have no doubt that As we More and More realize that real brotherhood is Tho it of Cense of i religion. Be will continue to fort o ahead. With Best wishes believe me yours Ever Sparkes Cadman Rev. W. It. Brent of Beaumont was honoured with reelection a corresponding Secretary of the Ceneria state convention of ton. As which met last week in Palestine Theja Ever. Viront is one of the leading negro ministers in Texas. Civ in 15 years tor old crime Birmingham Ala. A an p a Howard Jones captured 15 years after he had killed John put Oge was convicted of second degree murder t Hur Kriv and sentenced in 15 years Imp Sony a mph k. Nof tit cd Koruna Farmer labelled for being honest Goldsboro a apr when Ernest Alex hard working respectable Farmer hero was approached saturday by Clyde Robertson for the purpose of disposing of some chickens which Robertson had come into Possession by dubious Means Alex protested that he could tot have anything g1 to do with. Them. A if you can to Tell me How you got them a Alex insisted Quot i can to take them no matter How Good a bargain you a Ive Charles Wii triv a in Tommy Ray held Houston tex., october 28.�? spa police officers Here monday morn Ine Irry i ted cd hos whip of and Tommy Ray at. Welch and a much drive a Irtel Chat Fred fam m to he Ray s court with carrying pistols. Officers say White bad an old Colt a it a Caliper and Rev had an old co t Phi Lanai made the arrests. Para the View Extension school meets tuesday the if on of Quot i a pc of Etc co Liege Extension a shool v�?T1 meet on tuesday ---�?�1 anal rein station announced a. W. Mcdonald manager. Tie a a by it of a e lit 1 a a his year due to the fact students ar<3 longer com Clef Ier a it a a a. A nut As soon As refit a i a a Cher will Boas Irinod to the school it is announced. Pripp no and Diroe tor Jackson Are very eager to. Get the cof i or parted bore and Are urging thai students Complete same at this time it is announced. Any person that has completed High school will be admitted to tie school it is announced. Manager a Mcdonald urges the Atu. Fonts to come Early 7 20 tuesday night and make and Complete registration so that a report might be Mado to Prairie View. From All. Indications a Large number will Complete registration at this time or. Mcdonald Baid
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