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Phoenix Arizona Gleam Newspaper Archives Sep 11 1936, Page 1

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Phoenix Arizona Gleam (Newspaper) - September 11, 1936, Phoenix, Arizona The Capitol bldg Arizona s Premier race weekly volume 6 Rev. Charles favors leaves for convention Rev. Chas. Favors pastor of the first coloured Baptist Church of Phoenix and president of the Par Adise missionary Baptist Conven Tion of Arizona left last saturday morning for Jacksonville fla., to attend the annual session of the National Baptist convention inc. Mrs. Etta Henry president of the a omens work of the convention left Winslow to attend the event. Both of these militant leaders have done much in the past year to Advance the Baptist work of the state and have received sup port from the constituency that has brought about a Happy situation which will mean a larger program and better reports at the next annual state meeting which will be held in Tucson in june % o White woman saves midget baby in Dixie Tylertown miss sept. 9. Defying science and thwarting the predictions of physicians that it possibly live a coloured midget baby girl weighing Only iv2 pounds at birth and bom to the wife of a tenant of i. N. My Al Veenis farm near Here is today Normal in every respect and Lead ing her baby life As other 2-months Olds do. The tiny miss owes her life to the care and expert Atten Tion of mrs. Mcelveen who real izing that the Pound baby required special care and attention made an incubator from a Dresser drawer. She padded the drawer with Cotton batting and Woolen blankets and maintained an even temperature by use of hot water bottles. The drawer was kept closed except at intervals when it was opened to admit fresh air and there the / midget remained for two months. It was fed a Small portion of milk every hour. Physicians Here say the Case is without parallel in the Phoenix Arizona Friday september 11, 1936 ethiopians Battle fascists on limits of former capital Paris sept. 9.a Savage Bat the was fought on the outskirts of Addis Ababa last week As the ethiopian army hurled a Force of 12,000 men against the fascist in vaders who have made their head quarters in the former ethiopian capital. The attacking Force is part of an ethiopian army of 60, 000 which recently succeeded in surrounding the City and cutting italian lines of communication with italian Eritrea on the african East coast. The Battle raged for several Days advices reaching Here report. The ethiopian troops penetrated Addis Ababa at several Points and were joined by thousands of civil ians in the City in a concerted at tack on the fascists. Jones Heads Tex. Undertakers 4 Dallas Tex., sept. 9. at a meeting held Here last week John Jay Jones of Texarkana was re elected to head the Independent funeral directors and embalmers association. U. S. Bond of Madi son ark., head of the funeral directors Exchange was a speaker on salesmanship and prof. Isaac l. Murray of Jersey City n. J., addressed the group on embalm ing As a science in the College building at Baylor University. Hon. L. B. Kinchion head of the knights of pythias represented fraternal organizations. O Hamilton to address race Chicago sept. 9. John d. M. Hamilton chairman of the Republican National committee j will address coloured Republican workers in the railway Exchange building this wednesday. The i Western workers Are holding a Pep admitted by italian officials at Rome who however claimed that the ethiopians were driven Back at a loss of 200 dead. Artillery was used in repelling the attack Rome advices state. Nazis anger emperor italian admission of continued fighting in Ethiopia on a Large scale is seen Here As confirming emperor Haile be lassies claims that the italian conquests Are con fined to a relatively Small part of the country and Are far from consolidated. According to reports reaching Here less than one eighth of the country is under direct ital Ian control. In London last week the Emper or announced receipt of a Cable continued from Page 3 to build Pool for negroes Macon a. Construction of a coloured swimming Pool on land deeded to Macon by the Central City College a negro institution is expected to get underway soon with the Aid of spa funds according to an announcement made this week by Watson Walker City Engineer. O deaf mute to die oct. 30 Yadkinville a. C., sept. 9. Raymond Moore 21, a deaf mute will die october 30 in the lethal chamber for assaulting a woman. The mans wife who is also a deaf mute was in court when sentence was imposed. Moore had to be told of his doom in sign language. The woman accuser of Moore mrs. Mary Wilkins 28, said the Man entered her room and beat off her husband and assaulted her. No. 16 hits policy. Plays piano. Goes to jail Macon ga., sept. 9. Charlie Harris got results tuesday when he Sang swing Low Sweet Chariot to his own accompaniment on the piano but instead of a Chariot swinging Low it was a police car swinging to the recital on High. It happened when Charlie hit the bag playing numbers. He got $8 and then some liquor. Feeling in a Holiday mood he wanted music. Whats More he wanted his continued from Page 3 0 All stars win in Denver games Denver. The negro nation Al league All stars forged to the front in the Denver Post championship baseball tournament when they blanked the Eason oilers of Enid okla., Here last week in their straight Victory. The hero of the hour was the one and Only Satchel Paige. Fans Here who have seen both in action say he is better than dizzy Dean. O Mother of four slays suitor Gary ind., sept. 9.lillian Richardson 30, 1606 Rhode Island Avenue Mother of four tots is be ing held in the Gary City jail with out charge pending a coroners in quest into the shooting of James Sallis 42, 1740 Massachusetts ave nue alleged suitor of mrs. Rich Ardson. Sallis died in mercy Hospital this morning of Chest wounds inflicted when he was on the receiving end of a blast from a .12 gauge Shotgun the woman police said admitted firing. Continued on Page 3

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