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SATURDAY SEPT. 26, 1837
BLACK KI KLUX
^(By William Pickens for A. N. P.)
_.x«iNo, 1 am not talkinjr about a
black man: that wauld Ix? phen
omenal. But it is hardly less phen-
omenaL aitho for different t^sons,
to find a Ku-Kluxer on th^ Sup-
r«o« Court of the United States.
It is now publishel in the daily
papers that Hitgo Black,' Roose-
Telt's recent appoints to the higii-
eat court of the land, is still a
mamber of the Ku Ktax Klan.—If
that is a sample of what Roosevelt
meant to pack the Court with, we
are agiain thanking God for the
“Battalion of Death,” which, led
by Senator Wheeler of the Wes,t
defeated Roosevelt’s plan t^'ap
point aix raendbers. If we must
have Ku-Khixers on the high court,
certainty one is about six times
Better lliSn sTs:.
Some of us were under no il
lusions; we knerar that when Black,
of Alabama, was added to the
Caaii/ that was one permanent
,Lii(>» fuari-if-*! i«i iia——
y ▼ — - wgue that ha* be
1^1 created by people all over the cou
try wridng through "Lonesome
Hauts” columns of publications
Nr' . ^ ^ J A I iasiwuitirtirttorfbfllflim
National Friendship Club.
This new club has headquartere
^ 2132 Seventh Avenue, New York
City, and its purpose is to help
lonesome people enlarge their cirer
of friends. I*
It is a strictly confidential club
which only club members
are introduced. Membership in thi*
new club will bring you new friends
—Mid a thrilling experience. Any
MM regardless of age may write
for free information.
Knter into .correspondence widi some one who wilt share
yoor thoughts, interests, and ambitions . . . Know and write to
•lak members of Uie opposite sex. Strictly coni'idcntial.
# Write lor fre« oppHcoHoa emd titerorture
C . NATIONAL FRIENDSHIP CLUB
2132 Sr^ENTH AVENUE • NEW YORK Cm
vote afainst th« Kegro. Tbare -wia
nothing that coaid b« dona about
it, e3cc«pt to Say So, and show
your intelligence. He could not ba
defeated as Rm'ker was dafeatad
for good reasons: Congreas being
now overwhelmingly Democratic,
and dominated by tha South; and
the labor unions being for Hugo
Black. We had only defeated Pank
«r because the worekrs as well sa
tha Kegroaa were against him,—
and dafaatad biot ity only «nia Tota
Alt becauae we have to a«cept
a raw deal front, the New Deal,
we do not have to pretend th%| we
like it, as soma Negroea are doing.
Sav. and Hra. J. A. Valentins
hava aa tbatr house guest Mrs,
Bamica Williams of Baltimore.
Md. Mra. Williams is the sister
of Mrs. Valentino.
M rs. Mary Louir|e
Hayes of Washington,
visiting har parenta on
t). 'C. is
_ Somp col. fntir i»i.« Jasaia iSiiuiig wiio Bis
way. if they cannot do anytiiing
about it, they .just pretend that
they are in love with itr and let
it at t^t. It is a child’s make-
believe; . or at best a dodging of
responsibility, for by preteniing to
like itj the slacekr defends him>
•elf against anybody’s asking him
to do anything about it. I have
ever had ^^egroes who h«Ve to live
in Mississippi to iell me; '^Missia-
sippi is not so bad." But 6very
sane person who knqws Missisaipp
knows that it is the worTd'a neareat
approach to hell, so far as bla^k
people are concarnad.
The Ku Klux Klan is Primarily
an anti-Negro orgsuiization, esp-
ecailly committed against anything
like equal citizenship* rights for
American iNogroes. Here again* P®*’ West Va. State
easy-going ^^es like to kid their studies thefe.“
themselves: “The Ku Klux Klan
are only against Negroes,’^ they
been by the bed side of ncr sis
ter, Mrt^ Hattie Scai&orough has
returned to her home in Dayton
Mrp. Margarie Jenkins sifter
of Mr, M. A. >GoinB h«s returned
to her home In Muncie, Ind.
Misa Fannie Taylor and her
sister, Mrs. Martha Carr were
called to Oxford, N. C, on ac
count of the death of their
Miss Thelma Cordon spent tbi*
week-end out of the city.
Edward Cannady of Oxford^
was in the "Friendly City” this
week. He was the guest of h|*
sister Mrs-. Benniej Hicka_.on Dun
Sunday aftamooa at 8^ P. M.
in the loUby of tiia fiUtmare ’Ho
tel, all nerchaata are aafcad to
mtund. T. L. WillUras Is tha
•The Hltle sc\i of Mr. and Mrs.
died last week.
Wanta Gome* left this
for Va. State to enteri
Tha Wast Durham Baptist
Church School will hold their
annual promotion Mcercisea on
Sunday morning^ 9;S0 A. M.
C.-'C. SPAULDING WRITES—
CoaiiBa«d from f^aga ««•
the other Hand, could we but en-
Hat some five or ten thousand
Negro buriness men and women
in a gigantic organization, such
as the National Negro Buiiinass
League should 9^«,could speak
and be heard.
In accepting the presidency of
^ ,fh,^J^ague, I do so with some
misgivings, due to the many pres
aing demands upon my time inci
dent to supervising the financial
institution* with which I am af
filiated, and in whose organisa-
Mrs. F. Price_wh
the ffck liit ts coh^
Mrs. F. L. McCoy who haa'Seer.
visiting. J»er brother in Boston.
Mas.';, has returned home, Mrs,
McCoy haa had an extended tiip
through the New England Sti;e»^
Miss Geneva Torrence, pretty
school! daujrhter of Mrs. Torrencfl of
Fayetteville Street Who left the
city on Tuesday for Sou*^hem
Pines College in Southern Pines,
N. C. where fjie will be an in
structor of French and Ehglisli.
Miss Torrence waa formerly an-
employee of the North Gurolina
Mutual Life Ina«ranea Co.
Rev. J. A, Valentine’s sermon
on .Sunday morning was "Whei
I Get Straight”, this was indeed
a masterpiece. Rev, Valentine
are full of spiritual triiths.
Miss Loris ^aw and her bro
ther, Thomas Shaw Jeft this, week
Mr. and Mrs, Burgess returned
to resume ^*’®”' Kinston, N, C, whore they
j W§i1t oh t)ul|ihes8 ahff visiting re-
t 1 latives.
exclaim unctioosly, “but against
Jews, CaUioIics and Foreigners.”'
Bosh! After the Klan got started !
and wanted to take on neiw terri
tory, so as to collect more membe^-
tip dues, only then did it think
of the Jew and others. The Klan
was resurrected to put down the
Mpinations of Neigiroes. especially
since the black troops were ex
pected back from Fiance, and sua*
pected of notions thai miaybe they
ought to enjoy in Geongia somfe of
the "democracy" Woodrow Wilaon
had said thiey were lighting for in
BROOKLYN GEfTS 6 MORE
~ . COLORED g^s ^
fBROOKLYN, N. Y.—(C)—The
Stuyvesant-Bedford Mction, a
thickly populated section, and
in which the mob spirit flaired
early in the summer when a co
lored patron was allegedly as
saulted by a white employe of a
neighborhood butcher shop, wm
given six new coloredi patrolmen,
Mrs. R. N, Harris and Misa
Geneva McA>ane are visitinf;
friendtt in Baltimore, Md.
Miss Ine^ (Butler of Greenville
was the week-end guest of her
aunt Mra. Weaver of Fayette-
vile Street, Miss Butler is a grad
uate of North Carolina Collfige.
student* left Canary CottafV hav
ing anjoycd tha dallghtful aftar-
noon planned for that plearuTO
by Dr. Brown.
NiEW FACULTY ADDITIONS •
Mr. Kenneth Williams, a g^d-
uate of Boston 'University, for^
merly of the Wlnaton Salem Tea
chers' College fartilty, Is the n*^w
bead of the department of his
tory. Mifs C. R. Jenkins, a Ho
ward grad&ata, who previously
served ori the faculty of Spehr.an
and Dover Slate College?, h'^ads
the department of Romance I.,an-
guagef+ Mr. B. John Wesley Grlor
from the University of Michigan
heads the department at selcnce.
All of the new members told
their masters degrees, whiah k in.—
keeping with the Palmer policy
of having the best teachers ior
the students. Mrs. W. E. Rickli,
wife -of former Principal Ricks
. „ i T « 1 -.>1 .of Lincoln Academy in King, Mt.
to Mr. A. L. Holsey, Tulare. Ij,
I am, there-
calling upon the buainesi
men of America on their own in
itiative to pool their common in
terests through the organisation
of local Businei^ League. Such
organizations should be reportaJ
Institute, Al^amn, secretary of
-the National body. 'Mr, Holsoy
will cheerfully send information
relative "to the organization ot
local I.,eague, and in instances
where the local League has bI»
ready been organized, he wiif
gladly offer sug^stions for the
promoting of thi moijc..
Mrs. Lula Gomez was in
cjty^this week on business.
who were transferred from Har
lem, last Thursday, The new cops
b^ing the total patrolling the rtis-
tdct to nine.
, Mrs, Ralph Johnson and her
mother-in-law. Mrs, Lula John- '
The Union Baptl!A, Church
Chorus of one hundred vokesr
,wiILj£ndec.^ ^ program. Jit St.
Mark A. M. E. Zion Church on
Monday night,' September 27, be
ginning at 8 P. M. The public is
cordially invited to attend. Mra.^
, . „ 1 Emily Ford is directresa.
son of 2306 E, 103 Street, Cleve-'
land, Ohio are visiting Mr. and
(Mrs. Thomas IBiailey, Sr, Of 402
j Fowler Ave.
NiBGRO MtERCHANTS MEET
’ The Durham Negro Eet.«l
Merchants Alliance will meet on
MISS WlLHEUtfS»4IA TUCK
ENTERTAINED SBtY MT.
The Senior Choir and the male
chorus of the Mount Gilead Bap
tist Church entertained Miss Wil-
helmenia Tuck (their organist,
who is leaving the city to teach
in the Waters Training Schoo
Time has proven that indivi
dual effort ^has limits beyond
w>*ich it cannot go. Booker T.
Washington recognized this fact,
and through the ofganRSllon 6t
the National Negrro 'Btisiness Lea
gue, made 'possible the beginning
of a new day for Negro busimss.
I am, therefore, a/ppealing to the
sound, local leadership in ■ ich
community to visualize the ba.ne
fits to be derived from concerted
effort, organize local Leagues,
encourage the organization af a
state League, whicji in turn will
affiliate with the National body
Such a movement will not only
rfc'Ult in a more efficieht Nntio-
ing hall supervisor. Miss B. A.
Harper, of W. Va- State College
is the new instruotor in the Jr.
High School department. Presi
dent Brown, in a recent address
to the studentE) said, "No fin*
group of iboys and girls have en
tered ‘Palmer, and I hope that
tte end of the year will fco *»■
bright and as ifaccessful as has
been the beginning,
LIVINGSTONE BLUE BEARS
»Rtt.LlNG HARD FOR OPEN*
ING GAME OCT..2
The Livingstone “'Blue B'eae J'
are hard at work with Coach Snm
Barnes, i&ly assisted by S. W.
Garlington. The outlook for iMs
year is much beter than ii) many
years. Only four i^|«rTh«v» been
lost by graduation, and theit
places will be filled very i^adiiy.
The schedule for the commg
year is as follows:
Oct. 2 Vorheefi Denmark, S. C.
nal body; but will placs the or-! Oct. 9 Bfenedict College Saliaiiur.v
ganization In. iposition to • Jh'eetly
encourage and bendfit. ^Negro
business in every community
offers you a
■* * I
tor ydur old watch!
J/iaeb, St in.
Smart, new, small at
dime! In the chorm and
color of yellow
15 jewels; a sturdy, hand
soma Butova m the charm
and color of tn j
Slen^r boguette model,
diuinctly engraved. In the
charm and color cm
of yellow gold. 24
17 jewels; trim, slender
and curved. In the charm
and color of
dainty 17 lewel aristo-
of yellow gold 3 /
Re^ M MwaNi In ik* coIm
md ckata et yaUew aoM.
17 jewels, 2 diamonds!
Round -Of square- ocise, ut
charm ond color •
yellow gold . *42^°
Slrwl|«»d; In lfc« ceict and
ckM ef yeHew sold.
SquajTc toe*. Crepe
Sole KOtiA, Ghiltte*)
o r Tailored
. . . with
YEAR WELTS 1 ^11
tke neweet eoIor»!
SIZEyS 2 1-2 to
WIDTHS AAA to D
'nuesday night. J throughout tKe''length and btj»d-
1937 at eig'it
th of the Nation.
The party was a tangible way
that the choir and chorus used to |
show the aippreciation that they |
felt Yor the faithful and Htelpful
service rendered by Miss Tuck.
After the playing of many
games, .a delicious re^iast of chic
ken salad, punch, ice cream and
Misses Dorig and Johnetta Rol-
■jloway, daughter !, of Mr. and Mrs.
John Holloway of 900" Elizabeth
Street left the city on Monday
for St, Augustine College in Ral
eigh, IffiSs Johnetta Holloway
.will enter the frshman class.
Coatitiued on page tix -
To bring the orientation to a
close, the teachers ajid students
were invited to be the guests of
Dr. Charlotte Hawkins BroVn,
on the lawn of her beautiful
home, Canary Cottage. In the
receiving line were to Ibe found
many ott of town perrjons, inclu
ding Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Kenndy
of Durham, Miss Merze Tate of
Bennett College. Misses Helen
Whitaker and Mary 1,. (Bond, for
met Palmer teachers, tan.i many
Oct. 16 Claflin Orangeih i -j;
Oct. 23 Allen Columbia
Oct, 3K) State Normal SaJisb'try
Nov. 6 Georgia State Sayapnah
Nov. 13 Paine College Sali^ury
Nav. 20 Op‘>i:
Nov. 25 J. C. Smith Salisbury
CRiEIENVILLE, Misa. —(CV--
The Greenville Leader, iOO N.
Edifon street. Levye Chappe,
editor and ptri>lisher, has annn tn-
ced its plan to activelp engage in
the fight against veneral disease
in its locality. The paper’3 plan
calls for the formation ,>f a
health association, the mentjh >rs
of which will agree to submit to
of which will agree to submit to
a W;^3erman test and taka trc>at-
ments if needed. The plan calls
others frbljr nearby towns;—Re-'TOP CanbASSIBg NBjro m
freshments were 'served and the,the Delta.
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tU EAST MAIN STREET
4 DUmiAN. N. C.
THE above photo IS THAT OF THE HOME OF _MR. AND
MRS. WILLIE R. BLUE LOCATED AT 209 UMSTEAD STREET.
THIS BEAUTIFUL EDIFICE WAS ERECTED THROUGH THE ,
■MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. WHAT THESE >
TWO THRIFTY PERSONS HAVE DONE YOU CAN DO IF YOU
WILL JOIN OUR SERES WHICH IS NOW’"*FORMING. IN A '
SHORT WHILE YOU WILL RID YOURSELF OF THE RENT
COLLATOR FOREVER. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU ARE TOO
OU) TOJTRY, BUT START today AND YOU WILL BE SUR-
PlRISED TO KNOW HOW SOON YOU CAN PAY FOR XhoMC.,
WE HAVE HELPED OTHERS AND WE CAN HELP'YOU.
JiERE IS THE HOME "DF ANOTHER THRIFTY COUPLE, htRv
AND MRS. BRANTLEY BASS OF CONCORD STREET. THIS
READY IN A FEW DAYS. YOU TOO WILL FIND OUT SOME
HOME* IS NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND WILL BE
DAY -mAT^YOU CANNOT CA^SH RENT RECEIPTS. REAL ES-
STATE IS CHEAPER IN DURHAM TODAY THAN IT WILX BE
A YEAR PROM NOW. THE BUILDING BOOM HAS NOT
REACHED ITS PtfLt EXTENi:. GET IN THE LINE OF MARCH
WITH THE LARGE NUMBER OF DURHAM WAGE EARNERS
AND SAVE THROUG H BUILDING AND LOAN. OUR REPRE-
SENTATIVES WILL GLADLY EXPLAIN IN DETAIL OUR PLAN.
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112 PARRISH S'fREET
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R. L. McDOUGALD, See’y.Trea*.