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Page 6, St Paul RECORDER Friday, March 26, 1949
Almost About
Everything
By Percy Villa
Tuesday night I took my son, Herbie, to nee his first boxing show
and what a thrill we both had. .. .It has been a long ambition of mine
to take him to a boxing show in fact I had planned all this even bc
fore he was bom. I took Herbie to Louis
dressing room
him whs
In fart they spoke for a few minutes and
as I was ready to take Herbie to his seat I
! overheard Herbie telling Ixniis how to fight
his opponent Hub* rt Hood.
LOUIS NOTES:
V laotiis received $6,000 for his end. in other
a - l.s a i round Promoter ' "]
hi ft also paid ho».| ar.d Iran |■ r <4
penses for four !<>< will in Chicago 1111
til Saturday. . .talking business with his new
VILLA partners, Norris A Wirtz. . , A couple of zil
lionaires from New York, Chicago and Detroit. . . .Saturday he leaves
for California for a 10 day vacation. . . With no managers or trainers
“I Ju»t want in to be alone”. . .Claims to have enough money and good
investments put away so that you don't ever hear of any benefits for
Louis. . .Hopes to play at least two rounds of golf a day while in Cali
fornia. . .Hilly Colbert made a profit of about $1.04)0 on the promotion.
The little contest of ours that started last week has already
brought in many returns: To those that came in late we’ll repeat:
Two ringside seats for the April 7th boxing show at the Audi
torium for the best definition of a LIBERAL, . in twenty-five or less
words. The winning letter plus some of the runner-ups will be printed
in this column April Bth. . .The contest ends April Ist so hurry, hur
ry, hurry.
Have a few samples of what a LIBERAL means and then go
ahead and write your own; Wright Brooks "A liberal is one who be
lieves in the value of human personality”. .Rabbi Albert Minda: "The
Latin ‘liberalis’ means free, and thus the word in its basic source
means freedom as opposed to slavery”. . .Gov. Luther Ymirigdahl: “A
liberal believes first and foremost In democracy with constitutional
guarantees for liberty of the individual and minorities he is against
the monolithic state”. . .John Simmons: "A true American ‘Liberal 1
believes in preserving the system that provides the most to divide.”
Bradshaw Mtatfftpr: “A Liberal is a person who is commonly regard
ed as 'broadminded.' He needs a conservative base to keep him an
chored to the 'eternal verities’ and a genuine impulse for experimenta
tion to give him the broadeNt viewpoint and perspective his anchor will
permit”
Now you have an idea on what a LIBERAL is write in your let
ter and win two ringside seats for the April 7th boxing show.
Jack McDowell sa;
rs. The founder of the Re
ham Lincoln, must be turning in his grave at the present unholy alii
ance between many Republican Senators and the Dixiecratx
The Jackie Graves Miguel Acevedo match is catching on but
fast. Harry Hirach, in charge of the tickets, tells me that in less than
two hours after the match was first announced he had fifty orders for
tickets.
Without any if* and hut’s and no fence riding I’m going to pick
Jackie Graves now instead of waiting until the day of the match. It
seems as though everyone eise’s mind is made up
Last Saturday Mr. Newman and I both attended the State Con
vention of the (Americans for Democratic Action) at the Ixiwry
Hotel. . Senator Hubert Humphrey was the principal speaker, and
what a grand talk he gave?
After listening for nearly an hour to the Senator. I’m far better
versed politically about the Republicans, Dtxiecrats, Democrats, Civil
Rights and the Filibuster
The Republican Party, not all of them but at least some twenty of
’em who pledged Civil Rights and broke their promise have something
to worry about in future elections. Taking away millions of people's
liberties doesn’t exactly win votes.
Have a Happy Week-End.
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Miss Maxine Worthington
Wilberforce State College
Arnett Hall 203
Wilberforce, Ohio
Dear Max
I’m sorry that I haven’t written to you before this, but with
colds, parties, and the like I’ve been quite busy. Of course I don’t
want you to think that I didn’t receive your letter fa couple of months
ago) X did! And t«*iay I am just taking time out to write to you.
I guess you’d like to know what made me think of you thu
bright fbrrr) March day. Well, tonight (Tuesday) the talk of th*
town seems to be the Joe Louis Hurbert Hood exhibition, and nat
orally when I think of fighters, I think of you (smile). By the way
have you heard from Eddie ?
As far as the news about town is concerned, there really Isn’t
much to tell. I stayed home last Tuesday evening and listened to
‘‘THIS IS YOUR LIFE,” with the featured personality none other
than Mary liethune. It really was a very k<hml program.
Thursday I attended a club meeting of the Tri Phi Delta’s. Friday
I went to the Shnners circus and was it ever fun! (’aught a glimps*
of Faustina Robinson and her two children. Wazzy Lewis and family
Delores and Bunny Sears and just oodles of others. The place was sr
parked that the people were actually sitting on the steps! Some ol
the kids got mighty sick. I’ll bet! 1 don’t know just what got m*
down tho’ . . (maybe I shouldn’t have eaten peanuts, pop-corn, flosf
candy, ice cream, pop and everything all at the same time.) How
ever, if it comes your way. be sure to see it. It’s really exciting! ! !
Saturday night was the big deal tho’ Practically everyone ami
their brother was at the American I.egion hall in the St. Paul Audi
torium for the big dance. Honestly, it was the very first time that
I’d ever had the opportunity to hear Dickie Mayes’ orchestra, and
they aren't bad at all! In fact, with their music, and Dickies voice,
it made quite a sharp combination Oh yes, some of the many peopk
that were there included: Verlene Price, Laßohn Latimore, Georgia
Russell. Gene Goss, Margie and Hilly Tindell, Josclyn Jones. Hortens*'.
Nelson Ballenger, Bey Price, Kirn and Booker Ellis, Jane House, Mr
and Mrs Robert Johnson, Mr and Mrs. George Washington, Buba
Jackson. Edgar Pillow. Johnnie O’Neal. Jackie Lewis, Chandler Mc-
Watt, Chuch Stallin, Ralph Jones, Gene Reed, Veda and Frank Schine.
Phil Archer. Ernie Johnson. Shirley Martin, Betty Peoples. Vergella
Harper. Tedee Lewis, Leonard Powers. Pawl Ray. Gloria O’Neal,
Sarah Hill. Eddie Foster. Harry (’.ray, Leatrice Dodd. Jewell O’Neill.
Ernie Wiley, Scott Price, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Russell, Luveme Bu
ford. Bessie and Max. Jean, Cain, DeWitt, Jewell Sears Delores Sears.
Carmen Allen. Boyd Davis, Virginia Robinson, Tubby Graham, and
many more. (Before I forget it. in last night’s paper I saw the wed
ding license application for Craig Williams, and Chystal Watts. Con
gratulations are in order for them!)
Sunday afternoon, helle\e is or not, I was on a panel diseus
nlon at llallie (|. Itrown. The discussion was on ‘Mob Opportunities
for the Negro,” and I discussed the clerical aspect of it to the
best of my knowledge. Virginia lloffstrum really knows her stuff
when it comes to making character sketches of Individuals. at
least she got me down pat! Naturally her father is just atnuit one
of the greutest in his field, and hr did an excellent job too!
Some of the many personalities included: Annabellc Jones, Earl
McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mansfield, Muss I. M Carden, Stanley
publican Party, Abra
Williams, Pud and Pie Thompson. Bruce Williams, Rosemund Miller
June Sessions, Jeanne Brown. Shirley Kyle, Kenneth Robinson, Don
aid and Gloria Boyce, Kathy Coram and many more
Today I also received my invitation for the wedding that’s to
take place next week. You say you don’t know who the hook-up
couple of the week is 0 Why non** other than Elizabeth Gross, of Des
Moines. lowa, and St. Paul’s own Merle A Young. Will tell you
all about the wedding in my next letter.
Golly, I got so carried uway with myself that I neglected to
ask you how you were! Hope this finds you feelin’ like your old
natural self namely, in the beat of health. Say, hold on for a minute,
will you! Somethings going on out in front . . . Well, I’m back. The
excitement is being caused by a couple of little boys who got their
kites caught in the telephone wires. Yes, spring is her**! ! Someone
called the fire department, and you KNOW that I want to be on hand
when they come, so be good, write soon, and until I hear from you
again, I remain.
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out of shape. Put In shoe trees or
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ther because it cleani without dry
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Dressing that contains whitening
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Nealie Sentenced .. .
(Continued from page 1 )
ing, the position each witness
was standing, and for exact
movements after the shooting
Often brandishing the small 25
caliber automatic pistol used dur
ing the shooting, he tried to pull
from each witness testimony that
would make his client appear to
have been acting in self defense.
He admitted later, however,
that the jury probably would
have found him guilty of first
degree manslaughter
By pleading to the lesser of the
two charges, Nealie took a gam
ble. because it is possible that the
jury would have found him not
guilty.
Nealie, formerly of Oklahoma
j City. Ok la., spent 12 months in
I the Coast Guard, having volun
! t»*ered at the age of 17. He was
j on the USS Samuel (’has**, the
only Negro on the ship. This ship
I was bombed, during its first inva
l sion, and Nealie was one of the
few who survived. He received a
citation from President Truman
! for meritorious duty overseas.
After a discharge from the Coast
I Guard, he spent 18 months in a
veterans hospital getting treat -
! merit for his nerves.
Witnesses in the case were
! Walker K. Bremer, a senior engi
j neer draftsman, who drew up the
position of the Treasure Inn. and
j explained it to the jury. Roy C.
Heron, physician and surgeon and
< hief deputy coroner for Ramsey
! County, who testified that (’lardy
died from loss of blood from five
puncture wounds m his body
caused by four bullets.
Others were Earl Smith, deputy
sheriff of Ramsey county, to
whom Nealie gave himself up;
Hermit Hedman, deputy sheriff.
Payne Calhoun**, Scdalia Wesson.
757 Fuller St., Bishop Neal. 626
Rondo Ave.; Oscar Frazier, 612
W Central Ave.; Oscar Oliver,
Lyola Pillow, 723 Rondo Ave., all
of whom gave their version of the
incident.
John Maxwell
Named Chairman
Theater Players
John Maxwell was elected chair
man of the Experimental Theater
Players of Phyllis Wheatley house
at their organizational meeting
held Friday. March 18 .
Other officers elected were Al
bert McClure, treasurer; Sylvia
Booker, secretary; and Helen
Smith, director of publicity.
Other members present were
Nona McCann. Wayne Murphy.
Gloria Williams. Matthew Little.
Bob McNois. Gretchen Hosterman.
Clarence Hughes, Dorothy Ellis
and Jim McKeon.
As the Experimental Players is
a community project, the mem
bership to the group is not re
stricted. Anyone interested in
dramatics is urged to attend the
next meeting to be held Friday.
April 1. at 8 p. m. at the parlor
of Phyllis Wheatley house.
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Youth Close
Guidance Week
In High Tempo
Through the cooperation of St. I
Paul youth, the St. Paul Urban
League's Vocational Guidance 1
week closed on a high tempo of
interest, which was apparent
throughout the week's observance. |
Youth in the crowded audience I
responded favorably to the talks
given Sunday. March 20. by a
number of young people from var
ied occupations and vocations.
The program was kept on an
even keel by the artistic work of (
Hawf and Hawf of the St. Paul J
Dispatch. They introduced each |
speaker by first drawing a pic
ture of him in relation to the type
of work he is doing.
After the speaking, questions
were asked from the audience.
High school students and those
anticipating entering college or
training for careers, showed the I
most interest.
The Loafers club members j
served as ushers, and Junius Pow
ell. a acted as moderator. I
CLARENCE TAYLOR NEW
VFW POST COMMANDER
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Twin '
Star Post No. 8752 on March 14
Anthony Aw., post command.!- j Bach ' s " F,mr Courtly Dances,"
Th.- annual .-lection was held at an ' l " Mln,l,t " by Mozart, followed
the Elks LodK<- Hall. j by “Scherzo" by Scheuman, and
Other officers elected are Hen j " f ' OUntry G,rd,,n *" by Grain K pr '
F Pee ry, senior vice-commander; ! *®cond part of the program
John Barker, junior vicc-comman- , oon - s ‘ sts two Grieg selections:
der; Phillip Archer, quartermas- Sunshine Song and “Spring
ter, Allen Williams, advocate; | Danco " This will b «’ followed by
Norman Bell, c haplain; La Pur- Vais*- Lenten by May Van Dyke
cell** Green, surgeon, and Ollie j an< * Malaguena by Lecuona will
Griffin, trustee. closv tho program.
The post has mad** plans to ac
tively participate in the annual
veterans poppy day in St Paul
Howard Brown Services Held
Howard C. Brown, age 53. died
at th** Our Lady of Good Counsel
Hospital Friday. March 18. Mr.
Brown previously lived at 1209
sth Ave. No
He is survived by his wife, Bes
sie Lee and other relatives and
friends.
Funeral services wen* held Mon
day. March 21 at 9 a. rn. at St.
Martin's church. Father Frances
Byrne read th** services. Th** in
terment was at Fort Snolling Na
tional cemetery.
Woodard Funeral Home was in 1
charge of th** arrangements.
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Louie Cryaler, Jr , gave a lec
ture and demonstration on plant
ing at the first meeting of the sea
son of the St. Anthony Hill Gar
den club which met Monday,
March 21 at the home of Mrs.
Mayme Green, 775 St. Anthony
Ave.
A rare white rose plant was
given by Mrs. Cryaler for the
member receiving the lucky num
ber which was won by Mrs. Anna
Blair
There was a bouquet of spring
flowers which was flown from
South Carolina, donated by Mrs.
Birda Ridley.
A paper on early spring flow
ers was read by Mrs. Blair, after
which the club members retired
to the .rumpus room where re
freshments were served by the
host and hostess.
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Ola Anderson and John Whita
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Evening Salon program beginning
at 8:15 p. m.
The duet will open their pre
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by Bach, and will follow that with
“Jesw Joy of Man's Desiring.' by
Bach.
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