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WINE, LIQUORS, and
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WE SPECIALIZE IN MIXED
DRINKS—In case you don’t
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A week ago Kate's dull, dingy. Iron
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1 HAIR COLORING
MOUND CITY DENTAL
SOCIETY PLANS NATIONAL
CONVENTION TO MEET IN
ST. LOUIS. AUGUST 12 TO 16
Members of the Convention Plan
ning Committee of the National
Dental Association caught by the
cameraman as they met recently in
St. Louis to plan for the convention
to be held August 12 to 16. Those
shown top center left to right are:
Drs. Lattimore, Jackson, Howard,
Gibson, Wiseman, Curtis, Mrs. Gib
son, Dr. Miller, and Mrs. Miller.
If ; A m
Seen in the inner row: Dr. Cullum,
Mrs. Layne, Dr. Layne and Miss
Gilliam, at a banquet held for the
Lower left. National Convention
Planning Committee discussing
plans presented by the Mound City
Society for the convention, left to
right: Drs. Gibson, Wiseman, Jack
son and Howard.
Lower right, the officers as they
arrived from Houston and delega
tion meeting them: Drs. Massey,
Gibson, Howard, Gray, Lattimore,
Williams, Cullum, Kendricks, Har
per and Layne. (ANP)
MT. CALV \RY COM. CHURCH
Rev. R. W. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at the us
ual time. We was very fortunate to
have with us Rev. Whitelow who
reviewed the Sunday School very
wonderfully. Everyone enjoyed it.
11 o’clock service was opened
with the order of service. There
was n very spirited testimonial
service. Our assistant Pastor
brought the messake. Subj: The
Spiritual Recovery Act. Text He
brew 2nd chapter.
Union began a little late but we
had a nice time. Our lesson was
Eph. fith chapter. You that was
not •present read it for yourself.
8 o’clock service opened with
choir procession. Everyone that
was present, 1 believe, felt the
presence of the Lord. There was
Healing Service for the sick among
us and a universal prayer for the
sick over the universe.
Rev. Caldwell brought the mes
sage from Rev. 6-4. Subject: Death
is Riding. Get Ready. I urn the
Way, Everyone enjoyed them
On Thursday, April 26, at 8 P.
M.. there will be a united Pilgrim’s
Journey. You are cordially invited
R. H. Spiegal, Prop.
We Buy, Sell & Exchange
.Sew (ini I'sed
We Pay Highest Prices for
Sell Us Yours
WE. 2224 2511-13 N. 24th St.
Joe’s Food Market
(Formerly Herman’s Market)
2422 NORTH 24th ST. Telephone WE-5444
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
COFFEET—BUTTER-NUT lb, 25c
SI GAR 5 lbs. 25c
Lard 6K*c lb.
Oleo Margarine lb. 9 Mi
Bacon Squares lb. 10c
Pork Sausage, lb. 10c
Veal Roast, lb. 12 M>
Process Cheese, lb. 25c
Longhorn Cheese, lb. 23c
Tomato Soup, 3 cans 25c
Grapefruit, 3 for 10c
Large bottle 15c
WHOLE GOLDEN BANTAM
Selected Corn No. 2 Can
Reg 15c sellers Special 10c
P & G or Crystal White
5 bars 19c
PORK & BEANS~
Yellowstone, 21/-> size can
Butter, Qt. Jar 15c
yams, Porto Rican lb, 5c
to worship with us.
Come one and all.
CRESIDEN1 AND FOUNDER OF
Dr. Charlotte Hawkiff .,'rown
President an<l founder of Palmer
Memorial Institute, Sedalia, N. C.,
the only finishing school for Negro
children of teen age in the U. S.,
who recently gave a sparkling ad
dress on the WINGS OVER JOR
Dun program over the Columbia
Calvin’s Newspaper Service
-—By Francet Lee Barton- —‘
DO you like a chocolate pie?
A fruity pie? A pie with
whipped cream? If so, how would
you nae a pie
' that combines
all of these?
"Yes!” is the
jJN answer with this
3 squares unsweetened chocolate;
2% cups milk; 1 cup sugar; 6
tablespoons flour; y» teaspoon
salt; 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten;
2 tablespoons butter; 1 teaspoon
vanilla; 1 baked 9-inch pie shell;
% cup cream, whipped; 2 table
spoons grated orange rtnd.
Add chocolate to milk and heat
In double boiler. When chocolate
Is melted, beat with rotary egg
beater until blended. Combine
sugar, flour, and salt. Add grad
ually to chocolate mixture and
cook until thickened, stirring con
stantly: then continue cooking 10
minutes, stirring occasionally. Pour
small amount of mixture over egg
yolks, stirring vigorously, return to
double boiler and cook 2 minutes
longer. Add butter and vanilla and
cool. Turn Into pie shell. Chill.
Pile whipped cream lightly around
edge of pie to form a 1-inch border.
Sprinkle cream with grated orange
MISSOURI GOVERNOR NAMES
STATE COMMITTEE ON NEGRO
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo, April 4
(ANP)—Acting upon a report
from a "Fact Finding Committee"
headed by Prof. C. T. Pihlbland of
the University of Missouri, Gov.
Lloyd C. Stark last week appointed
a Missouri State Committee on Ne
gro Employment to consider econ
omic problems confronting the Ne
The special committee headed by
Dr. Pihlbland was created at a con
ference on Negro employment pro
blems called by Gov. Stark last
Oct. 30. Its report was presented
at a meeting in the governor’s of
fice Tuesday, March 13, attended
by a small group interested in Ne
gro employment, including Lieut
I^wrence A. Oxley, supervisor ol
the Negro placement service, Soc
ial Security board, Washington, D
C., Andrew J. Murphy, Sr., chair
i What Do You Knew About stealth?
1 By FISHER BROWN and NAT FALK
Mo-MtAtr* •*»"> uwm, f ■■ 1 ■—— ■" 1 —■ I
-1 zWhat 15 a RAT-QUA AO •
von lANQENBECK ?
^ KAMP / —*
eat clinical su.geon and teacher of his
day in Germany. He founded the
German Society of Surgery and has
21 operations credited to his name.
Z A rat-guard is a large metal disk
•bout 18 inches in diameter which is
fastened around ropes and hawsers
used in mooring ships to docks. It lr
designed to prevent rats from
•above and spreading the kk * t.
plague. One of the duties of the UiL
Pviylir Ke-Mt Service is to inspect
ships its they arrive in this country
end e~«eeu. arise things to check on
3. T^ee as* all foreign terms for
c&evere, anJ ere find that cheese is on*
V the rarvr in the diets oi many
WJ- Tt Ttitaini valuable minerals
sub e e/dua and phosphorus
O»c«o k-yr utdka, <»: .sscfasss bod
man, Missouri Unemployment Com
pensation commission: Will S. Don
ham, director, Missouri State Em
ployment Service; R. A. Scott of
the regional social security office,
Kansas City, Mo., and Dr. Sherm- j
an D. Scruggs, president, Lincoln
university, Lieut. Oxley outlined
steps taken by other states in pur
suing a realistic course in their at
tack on the problem of unemploy
ment as it is particularly related
to the Negro.
The report of the finding com
mittee, which was referred to the
new state-wide committee for con
sideration, had as one of its major
recommendations the creation of
the State Committee on Negro Em
ployment, charged with the respon
sibility of making a continuing
study regarding Negro occupation
al skills, training, and employment
Members of the committee are:
Dr. Pihlblad, chairman; Earl Shac
kelford, commissioner of labor;
Dean Sidney E. Sweets, chairman,
Public Welfare committee, St. Lou
is Social Planning Council; N. P.
Coleman, Sikeston, Mo.; Will S.
Denham, secretary for the commit-!
tee; C. W. Placke, manager, Mid- !
City office of the Missouri State
i Employment service, St. Louis; B.
T. McGraw, department of econ
omics, Lincoln university; Thomas
A. Webster, executive secretary.
Kansas City (Mo.) Urban League;
; secretary, St. Louis Urban league.
Unwritten Color Law
Said To Be Rule In
The British Empire
London, April 4 (ANP)—An un
written color bar is the rule
throughout the British Empire ex
cept in New Zealand, according to
Dr. Harold Moody, African physi
cian who reports in a letter to Amer
can friends, rebuffs received by a
brilliant colored medical student
who sought postgraduate exper
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American & Chinese Dishes
Has Important Points
Most people want a laxative to
do three things: (1) act punctually
(2) act thoroughly, (3) att gently.
Here’s one that usually fills all
three riquirements when the easy
directions are followed. It’s an an
all-vegetable product whose princi
pal ingredient has medical recogni
tion as an “intestinal tonic-laxa
I That’s the ingredient which en
ables BLACK-DRAUGHT to help
tone lazy bowel muscles. It is the
main reason for the satisfying re
lief from constipation that gener
all follows next morning when
BLACK-DRAUGHT is taken at
bedtime. The millions of packages
used are proof of its merit.
iencc as a house surgeon in Eng
lish hospitals. “He was turned
down on every hand,” declared Dr.
Moody, and “and such treatment
d» thsi is excused by the Eng
lishman’s saying ‘No Negro is en
titled to such a chance the race
proves itself fit by producing some
world famous surgeons.’ ”
CATHOLIC CENTER HOLDS
New York—An exhibit against
lynching and in favor of the pas
sage of the federal anti-lnyching
bill now in the Senate is being held
here at the De Porres Interracial
Center, 20 Vessey Street. The ex
hibit opened April 8 and will re
main until April 18.
Senator Robert F. Wagner, one
of the sponsors of the anti-lynch
ing bill, ane Senator James M.
Mead, both of New York, have
sent greetings to the exhibit and
have promised to visit it if they
are in New York city before it
closes. Mayor F. H. LaGuardia
also has been invited to visit the
Largest piece on exhibit is the
original of Reginald Marsh’s fa
mous drawing, “This Is Her First
Lynching.” This drawing appeared
first in The New Yorker maga
zine and later the original was
presented to the NAACP by Mr.
Marsh. The association loaned it
for the exhibit. A wood carving of
a lynching, “Dixie Holiday,” by
William Mosely and several draw
ings touching upon lynching and
the anti-lynehing bill are featured
in the exhibit. Ptotographs and a
literature display round out the
The exhibit is sponsored by the
Catholic Interracial Council and
the committee in charge consists
of Dr, Hudson Oliver, Gerald L.
Carroll, Maceo A. Thomas, and
George K. Hunton.
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