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Girl 23—Man 43 Wanta to Marry Her
—He Has “Good Property and A
Deal of Money—Girl Doee Not Leva
Him—Better No*. Laura Jean—
Better Wait For Lore!
Maxie Miller:—I am 23 and a man
is in love with me. I’d finish my edu
cation if J could but cannot as I have
no help. I think of getting married
to this man. He has good property
and a deal of money. But this man is
20 years older than me and he is that
jealous that I’m afraid to marry him.
He says if I marry him and he ever
caught me in any dirt he’d kill me
dead. What do you think I ought to
do? I confess I don’t love him but
he says I’ll learn to love him. I'm
afraid I can’t but I’m tempted to take
him. Give me your best advice.—
Laura Jean:—The difference in ages
would not be such a serious thing if
other things were right. You might
be able to deal with the jealousy. I
think the killing you is just talk.
Then it would be up to you to do no
“dirt”, for him to catch you in. But,
Laura Jean, if you do not love this
man you should not marry him. The
chances do not favor happiness, and
if there is no love happiness is impos
sible. You are young yet- Take your
time. Don’t allow the “good property
and a deal of money” to influence you
to make this mistake—Maxie Miller.
RANDOLPH TELLS BUFFALO
PORTERS STATUS OF
Buffalo, N. Y., March 11—Sunday
afternoon March 10th in the Lincoln
Memorial M. E. Church, A- Philip
Randolph, National President of the
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters,
spoke to a large audience of Pullman
Porters and citizens on ‘The Negro
Worker and the National Recovery
Act”, with a special discussion of the
status of the Negro railroad worker,
including Pullman Porters and Dining
Car employees, under the Railway La
1 bor Act as amended by the 73rd U. S.
The keynote of Mr. Randolph’s ad
dress was the development of solidar
ity among Negro workers, and their
alliance with the organized White
workers for the purpose of securing
a standard of living of decency, com
fort and health.
Randolph outlined the history of the
struggle of the Pullman Porters for
the right of self organization, and
pointed out that the Brotherhood’s
case is now in the hands of the Na
tional Mediation Board. Following
the investigation of the case by the
Board, said he, the Board will an
nounce its decision as to the Brother
hood’s right, on the basis of evidence
presented, in the form of authoriza
tion cards and records of finance, to
represent the Pullman Porters and
Maids to negotiate an agreement con
cerning rates of pay and rules govern
ing working conditions.
The meeting was held under the
auspices of the Buffalo Local of the
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Mr. H. Costin, an operating porter and
one of the Vice Presidents of the Lo
cal presided. Hon. Wm- Eberhardt,
Pres, of the Buffalo City Council, gave
an address of welcome on behalf of
the City, and expressed his wish of a
victory for the Porters. He was fol
lowed by Mr Johnston, Secretary of
the Buffalo Central Labor Council,
||| who spoke of his interest in the or
ganization of Negro workers with
White workers in the American Fed
eration of Labor. Mr. Sherman L.
Walker, Supervisor of the 5th Ward,
STOP MONTHLY PAINS
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Thousands of worn-1
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made a brief address of welcome on
behalf of the Colored citizens. He
expressed his great interest in the
constructive fight being waged by the
Pullman Porters for the.r rights
Atty. Clarence Maloney, Democratic
candidate for Supervisor of Ward 5,
introduced Mr. Randolph, and told of
his long acqua.ntance and friendship
with the speaker. He said he
thought the Brotherhood of Sleeping
Car Porters was s.gnificant not only
because it was fighting as a Trade
Union for economic justice from the
Pullman Co., but also because it was
serving as a pioneer in making Negro
workers in particular and the Race in
general L*bor conscious
The group singing was led by Ro
bert P. Edwards, Clerk of the Local
Brotherhood. Solos were rendered by
Mrs. Pridgeon and Mr. Wilson. W
Wood beck. The Arrangements Com
mittee was O. H- Thomas, Pres.; R.
Woodard, Secy-Treas. and Organizer;
W. D. Bekar, H- Evans, C. English,
M. E. Meadows and L. C. Richie.
489 Jefferson Ave.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF
ANTI LYNCHING BILL
New York. — March 14.—The
Synagogue Council of America,
with a combined membership of
one million, on February 26,
adopted the following resolution;!
“The Synagogue Council of
America, representing the organ
ized Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform Synagogues throughout
the nation, with a combined mem
bership of one million souls, at
its meeting held on Tuesday, Feb,
26th 1935, unanimously endorsed
the Costigan-Wagner anti-lynch
“It is the profound hope of the
Synagogue Council that the pas
sage of this bill will serve to wipe
away from the fair name of
America the shame of lynching.”
Dr. Samuel Schulman is chair
man of the council.
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MENCKEN CALLED “DAMNED
DUTCHMAN” FOR AIDING
Baltimore, Md-, Mar. 1.—An anony
mous letter writer this week termed
H. L. Mencken, distinguished writer
and critic, a “damned Dutchman"
and urged him to “sail for Africa or
Germany”, because of his spirited
fight for the passage of the Costigan
Wagner anti-lynching bill. Mr. Men
cken recently testified in Washington
at the hearings on the Costigan
Wagner bill before a sub-committee
“Instead of meddling with our Ne
gro you had better go after your
Dutch on account of their Jew out
rages" the anonymous letter advises.
"If you think a Negro’s life is equiva
lent to yours, most of us white people
do not, and you can speak for yourself
in making such a valuation. If you do
not like the way we handle this prob
lem, it is the way that it has always
been handled by these who have built
up this country, and if you late com
ers. who have contributed nothing to
the founding of the country or the
ereation of the government, do not
like our way of doing business, you
will be wished ‘Godspeed’ in your jour
ney hack to your Vaterland ....
“As nothing seems to be right in
this country, most of us wish you
would sail for Africa or Germany or
some other place, where you may find
more cor^gertal companionship and
Mr. Mencken was bom in Baltimore
and has had a long and distinguished
career as newspaper and magazine
editor, war correspondent and literary
critic, and is the author of 25 books.
WILLIE BRYANT FIRST BAND
MASTER GIVEN FULL PAGE
New York—Willie Bryant, the
incomparable Long John, has
done it again. Already noted as
one of the few men in public
life on whom supurlatives can
truthfully be lavished without
stint, the Harlem Maestro has
broken out in an absolutely new
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field by being the first band mas -
er to receive a full page feature
article in “The Crisis” Magazine,
i official organ of the National
j Association for the Advancement
of Colored People.
“The Crisis,” historically fa
mous as “the Record of Darker
Races,” gives a page to Willie in
the March number. The article
is written by the editor himself,
Roy Wilkins, assistant secretary
of the National Association and
formerly managing editor of the
Kansas City Call.
The Crisis refers to Willie as
one of the most popular men in
With the rise of Willie to Crisis
recognition, it is annnonnced by
the magazine editor that this type
of story will find consant recogni
tion in the journal.
SCHOOL CLUB FAMED EOR
CHICK WEBB IF MARYLAND.
New York—Chick Webb, al
though he has been off the NBC
hookup since Christmas, is still
receiving fan mail asking when,
oh when will he be back on the
ether wmves. And in this mail
has suddenly come a new honor
for Chick and his rhythm loving
chicks. Down in McDonogh, Md.,
the chicks Webb Club has been
born, according to a student at
McDonogh School, who wrrites he
is proud to be secretary of the
CATHOLIC MAGAZINE ASKS
COUGHLIN TO HIT
New York, llarh 14—An open
letter addressed 10 Father Charles
L. Coughlin, the radio priest, ask
ing him to use one of his broad
casts to speak against lynching
and to support the Costigan-Wag
ner anti-lynching bill, is publish
ed in the current issue of the!
Catholic magazine, The Interracial,
Review. The letter declares in
“The establishment of an era'
of soial justice to which you have i
dedicated your splendid talents
can hardly be reposed on a sound
foundation so long as one-.enth j
of our population is denied the
fundamental fights specifically
guaranteed by our Constitution
and decreed by Almighty God as
the heritage of all mankind. The
crime of lynching is a violation
and an outrage against the color
! ed race, our common humanity
and civilization. The Costigan
Wagner bill is regarded by the
best students of the subject as the
most effective remedy thus far
proposed to stamp out .his terrible
N. A. A. C. P. ASKS TENTS AND
FOOD FROM U. S. FOR
New York, March 14.—A re
quest that the Department of Ag
ricukure through the FERA or
some other agency rush tents and
food to shelterless and starving
sharecroppers and tenant farmers
was sent 10 Washington today by
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People.
The letter staled that relief was
needed urgently to prevent utter
starva'ion and violence, and cited
particularly the condition in Poin
sett ountyc .Arkansas.
Miss Alma Parker, 2734 Caldwell,
will spend a few weeks in Council
Richard Taylor, 3512 Burdette
Street, who has been employed by the
Nebraska Clothing Company for the
past eight years, is attending night
school in order to take a civil service
Trouble and perplexity drive
me to prayer, and prayer driven
away perplexity and trouble.—
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