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ICRMER KLANSMAN RES'G‘ 5
AS IXD. GOP- LEADER
I^ianapolis June 2* (AN'Pi Chit)
of the state's outstanding Dewey back j
ers tesigned last week under fire af
er a storm of protest centered around
his appointment as Indiana’s national
Republican committeeman, Robert W.
Lyons, a self-confessed former klans
man. read his re^ignatio before a
meeting of the state's delegates to the ,
Republican National convention.
Recanting his former membership
in the KKK, Lyons said he had de
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tided to surrender his post as nation
al Republican committeeman because
of widespread criticism. The hooded
order was politically powerful in In
diana during the 1920's.
J. Frank McDermood Jr, Attica,
publisher and president of the Indiana
Bricker-for-President club, charged
that Lyons literally used a blackjack
on the Republican party in Indiana.
Acborning to McDermood, his per
sonal canvass disclosed that most
Indiana Republicans were for Bricker
until Lyons is said to have declared
he would not resign until 20 of the
Indiana delegates voted for Dewey.
Twenty-six of the state's 29 dele
gates have thrown their support be
hind Gov. Dewey for Presidential
nomination. Lyons’ rule lasted less
than two weeks. He was appointed
national committeeman on June 2, to
succeed Ernest M. Morris of South
Sen. Samuel D. Jackson arrived
here and went cm record as saying
that he intends to refute any charg
es that he has ever been connected
with the KKK Jackson will soon
open his campa'gn for the Democrat
ic gubernatorial nomination.
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Patriotic Negroes Back 5th War Loan Drive
Kegro citizens from every section of the nation are planning active support of the 3th War Loan Drive
June 12 to July 8 just as they have in past drives. No. 1—shows the purchase of a 110.000 War Bond by
the Bight Worthy Grand Council Independent Order of St. Luke, Washington. D. C. The check is being
presented to Willard W. .Allen of the inter-racial section. War Finance Division. Treasury Department. Shown
left to right are Mrs. Marie E. Campbell, president Health Unit No. 1; Mrs. Mary E. Smith, organizing dep
uty; Mrs. Susie B. Smith, district deputy; Misa Grace E. Hall. Right Worthy Juvenile Messenger, and Mr.
rutl \o. 2_Dr. William Pickens, of the War Finance Division, sells a $1,000 W ar Bond to James Reese
Europe-American Legion Post No. 5. Shown, left to right standing, are George B. Hunt, post commander;
alter A. Jackson, finance officer: George B. Rygraw. chairman of the board, and Jesse O. Thomas of the
Treasury staff. Mr. Pickens is seated- No. 3—Victory tea and War Bond party presented by the Women's
Army for National Defense, Chicago, which assisted in financing the building of a $2,000,000 Liberty Ship
in honor of the late Robert S. .Abbott, editor and founder of the Chicago Defender. No. 4—Shown here,
center, is Mrs. Olivia Jones, War Bond champion mother of Memphis, on the arm of Bishop R. R. Wright
of the AME church. Also shown in the picture are George W. Lee, director Memphis branch of the Atlanta
Life Insurance Company and Nat Williams, Memphis newspaper man. Mrs. Jones is presented with a
$200,000 check for War Bonds dedicated to her nine sons in the armed services. No. 3-Shown here
is George W. Lee, chairman of the Negro War Finance Committee of Memphis, shaking hands with
“Rochester” .Anderson at a War Bond rally. Also shown at the left is £. L, Simon, assistant director si
22 scies for the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. *
MARIAN ANDERSON SCHOL
ARSHIP FUND TO HOLD
AUDITIONS IN EARLY FALL
Cfcicag : . Jtme 21 ( ANP. The Mar
lan Anderson scholarship fund. Phila
delphia, is now accepting applications
for scholarships, according to a rec
ent announcement. The next audit
ions are slated for early fall, at a
date which has not yet been set.
Trustees of the fund urge voting
reople throughout the nation to apply
i by v. citing an informal letter direct
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SS BOOKER WASHINGTON
RESCUES WRECKED CREW
WASHINGTON', June 18 (ANP)
A right of terror aboard a storm*
v. recked American war freighter.
whose broken halves ground together
tor many hours, was not really a
thing of the past until the crew of
the vessel had been rescued, given
dry clothes, and fed aboard the Lib
erty ship Booker T. Washington.
The incident was contained in re
ports of the War Shipping adminis
tration made public on Thursday.
Days afterward when the storm
had abated, 13 members of the mer
chant crew returned to he aboard
' tK* vessel in shoal water for a m- nth
! L tmi° machiner; worxmg t.i nah'e
' ate army to salvage rrost tt the vit
The ship was the SS Robert Ersk
1 me. The Erskine was anchored in
I the Mediterranean sea, preparing to
! unload when a storm blew up that
yanked the anchor chain from its
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cruising about to avoid collision. In
the darkness the freighter ran a- i
ground on a sandbar and all efforts
to free her failed.
Then the strain broke the ship in
*w\' and the forward part, swung a
-beam by the high seas, ground a
gainst the stern section, while the
' c'ew awaited a rescue tug from the
shore Later. L. S. Army engineers
! attempted to shoot a line from the
beach to enable those still strander to
i rig a breeches buoy. This rescue ef
fort failer as the ship continued to
j pound together until in the morning
when the storm subsided.
\ Survivors were then taken ashore
j by an army boat, given dry clothes,
j and ted aboard the SS Booker T.
LOS ANGELES NEWS
j Galilee Baptist Church
j Rev. E. E. Wilhite. Pastor
The 1st anniversary of the pastor
and wife was a success. The church
i was beautifully decorated. Mrs.
Irene Oliver was general chairman.
The Inter-Denominational M mist
ers’ wives Council was entertained at
the residence of Rev. and Mrs. E.
Mrs. Elmira Douglas is home from
the hospital where she was confined
for two weeks. She is doing nicely.
Mrs. Sadie Simons continues on
the sick list.
Seven additions to the church last
Rev. Archie Williams gave a mus
tcale the 1st Sunday. It was highly
commended. Rev. Peters the Gospel
singer sang several numbers.
Rev. E. E. Wilhite celebrated his
birthday at the Church June 12th .
The $1,000 Rally is on. Si00 in
prizes are to be given away.
Rev. and Mrs. E. Watson left for
Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Faulkner,
formerly of Omaha are making them
home in Los Angeles at the present
Rev. Archie Williams is very sick
in the General hospital
The Senior Choir is sponsoring a
program. The “Ten Commandments'
with ten ministers preaching.
Mrs. Charlie Mae Lomax is ap
pearing in a "mnsicate'' m July.
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Eddie South, “the Dark Angel of
the Vk.Hr.." one of the many oot
standmg celebrities of stage, screen
and radio appearing in 5th annual
American Negro Music Festival in
Chicago on July 8. The festival cast
| is scheduled to go to St Loui- *<n
July 1C and Detroit. July 12. (PPNS
ARTIST RECORDS NEGRO
EXPLOITS IX COAST GUARD
Jacob Lawrence. Slews- i r Mate,
second class, of Xew Yoik City who
won unusual acclaim as an artist in
civilian life, is continuing his art
work cm a Coast Guard North At
lantic patml vessel. He vvork> as a
combat artist, painting vividly a:id
proudly things Xegroes are doing a
board ship on danger jus and essen
tial missions all over the seven seas.
Xew York. June 19 (PPXS >
Henry Armstrong bounced ha.k f-oi.
his defeat by Willie Joyce in Chicago
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DUNHAM TO HOLLYWOOD
New York, June 22 (PPX'S 5 !
Hurok. concert and ballet impresarw
announced that following their com
pletion of her “Tropical Revue" run
during the next two months. Miss
Josephine Taylor, of Lj: Arreles.
CaHf, who is backing tip the United
Nations invasion forces by working
at 'he Lockheed plane factor/, F;nr
i.tg off hours. Miss Tavior plays
light roles in th^. movie indastr. .
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WOMAN to Sort Rags
Apply 320 Pierce St.
Katherine Dunham, exotic dancer,
will go to Hollywood for a role in
Warner Bros.* "Mississippi Belle.**
I: is reported that Miss Dunham will
take part in a United Artist picture.
Following her picture work. Mr. Ilur
ok plans to have a new revue ready
for Miss Dunham and her cast.
CAROLE LAS'DIS OYER WOW
Carole Landis will be Producer C.
P MacGregor's guest star on Holly
wood Radio Theatre over WOW,
Tuesday. June 27. Miss Landis will
be starred ir an original' radio drama,
entitled. “No Coition Clav.”
I* that celebrates
I twenty years of
., .The greatest
love story o£
it airing *
C. AUBREY SMITH
DAME MAY WHITTY
Directed by CLARENCE BROW*
Pradaeed by SIDNEY FR\NkLIM
^errPlay by Claadiae Weat. Jaa
La»ti« aad Cnryr Freeachel - Baaed
oa '1 be White Cliffa” by Alice Dace
Miller _• A> M i, M flCIlRS
CHAS. E. SANDAiL
"What a Record! Out of 1799
Beer License Renewal Applicants,
Only 1 4 Dznied for Cause. Ne
braska May Well Be Proud!"
Director of the Brawin* Industry »
—If regulation program m Nebras
ka prominent member of state
bar former county attorney, state
aw—nr; U. S District Attorney
during prohibition era
This Committee has urged, time
and again, that the greatest care
be observed in granting licenses
only to proper persons. Working
closely with your able enforcement
officials, we have helped in locating
the undeserving. A checkup just
made of retail beer license applica
tions is very gratifying. Of 1799 ap
plicants only 14—less than 1<^—were
denied for reasons of improper conduct.
From only 5 Nebraska towns were
protests filed by citizens.
The beer industry joins the cit
izens of Nebraska in being proud
of this record. And the State is to
be congratulated on having splen
did laws, ably administered.
ISN’T NEBRASKA’S GOOD LIQUOR CONTROL STATUTE, PROP
ERLY ENFORCED AS IT IS, THE SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM?
BREWING INDUSTRY FOUNDATION
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