Page 8, St. Paul RECORDER, Friday, August 17, 1956
MAILMEN TO CONVENE
IN MINNEAPOLIS THE
WEEK OF AUG. 20
Monday morning, Aug. 20. will
see the opening of the 40th Bien
nial Convention of the National
Association of Letter Carriers at
the Minneapolis Audtlorium. Un
der the presidency of William C.
Doherty of Washington, D. C.. thia
organization has grown to the
106.000 memberships It boats to
Highlighting the week's event
will be the big twilight parade to
be held Tuesday evening. August
21 at 7 p. m. The line of march
will be up Nicollet Avenue from
Third Street to the reviewing
stand In front of the Auditorium
on Grant St. Attending this par
ade in a must If for no other rea
son than the spectacle of over
5.000 mailmen out for a walk on
their own time.
Of special interest In the parade
will be the Letter Carriers band
from Memphis, Tenn., one of th»
snappiest marching and playing
groups to bo seen anywhere. We
have been told on good authority
that they have stolen the show at
every convention since 1931.
Gov. Orville Freeman has pro
claimed the week of August 20th
as "Welcome Mailman Week.”
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MPLS. LABOR TEMPLE
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Mon., thru Sot. 8 o. m. to 1 o. m.
Best Hunch for a Delicious Lunch
Smiling service, good food, low prices, make
mating h»rt a ploasuro all ways! Como In soon.
"WHERE FRIENDS MEET FRIENDS"
CASSIUS BAK & CAFE
207 So. 3rd St. FE. 3-9492
And His Orchestra, Added Attraction . . .
$1.50 Advance Tickets $2.00 At Door
Advance Ucketa may be purchased nt Chatsworth Inn. 979
Rondo; Neal's Dairy How. 820 Kondo. HL Paul sad IM's
Orchid Hub, 5755 4th Ave. Ho.; Caaeiu* Rar. 227 Ho. 3rd HL.
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Dinner Party Honors
Bride And Groom Elect
Mrs. Cozelle Breedlove and Mrs
Daniel Russell, were co-hosteases
at a prenuptial dinner party on
Friday evening, August 10, at the
home of Mrs. Russell, 5147 Irving
Av. N., in honor of Mrs. Esale
Arnold and Mr. John Fanando,
who were married Haturday eve
ning, Aug. 11.
A floral arrangement of yellow
and red roses centered the white
covered serving table at which
guests were served buffet style.
Among guests who felicitated
the happy couple wore Rev. and
Mrs H. W Botts Br, Rev. Stanley
King, the Messrs, and Mmes
Theodore Vaughn, Robert Warder;
the Mmes. Lucy Harris, L. R. Per
kins, Miss Jean Fanando and Wil
lie B Hale and Daalel Russell.
Bort Davis Elected
Union Local SB
Bert T. Davis, shipping foreman
for the Minnetonka Moccasin
Company of 406 Portland Av..
Minneapolis, was unanimously
elected secretary-treasurer of the
International Leather Goods,
Plastic and Novelty Worker's
Union, Local No. 58, at their an
nual election held Monday. August
6. at Labor Temple. He was elect
ed out of a 400 membership.
Mr. Davis resides at 3505
Fourth Av. 8.
Hear about the two whales who
met In the sands of the desert?
Said one to the other, "Long time
"Biggest Ball of the Year"
GALA DAYS EVENT
MINNEAPOUS LABOR TEMPLE
SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT. Ist
8 P. M. Til 1 A. M.
Klan Preacher Says
Negroes Will Turn
White In Heaven
Miami, F3a. (ANP) Federal
officials here last week said they
are watching "very closely" the
Ku Klux Klan’s resurgence in
James Guilmartin, United States
District Attorney, and Charles L.
Weeks, and FBI agent here,
would not give the extent of the
Guilmartin did say, however,
than an investigation is underway
to learn whether any federal em
ployees are members of the Klan
This action came last week
following a meeting in a cow pas
ture at Lakeland. Fla., at which
Klan officials opened a state
wide membership rally and an
nounced plans for a gigantic rally
to be held in Miami within the
next 30 days.
At the Lakeland meeting, great
applause greeted one speaker, a
minister who yelled: "God never
Intended for us to integrate with
Negroes. There will be no black
souls In heaven. They will be puri
fied and white when they get
J. E Fraser of MacClenny told
newsmen that he Is a key leader
in the new Klan movement In
Florida, which he said was ap
proximately 10,000 members in
cluding prominent men and wo
men- doctors, preachers, lawyers,
businessmen, everyone who Is in
terested In keeping the white race
Meanwhile, B’nai B'rith’s Flor
ida Anti-Defamation league urged
Gov Leroy Collins and State At
torney General Richard Ervin to
investigate the Klan revival.
A League spokesman called the
Klan a subversive group hiding
behind "childish and cowardly’
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University at St. Albans
Up Over 1955
New York. Challenged by in
creasingly repressive measures in
certain southern states, local
branches of the National Associa
tion for the Advancement of
Colored People redoubled thklr ef
forts and enrolled 216,446 mem
bers in the first six months of the
year, an Increase of 50 per cent
over the 144,277 enrolled from
January through June of 1955,
Miss LuciUe Black. NAACP mem
bership secretary reported last
With such large cities as Chi
cago, Cleveland, Baltimore, Hou»-
tion, Camden (N. J.), and Mil
waukee as well as many smaller
cities scheduled to conduct their
annual membership drives in the
fall, the prospect of exceeding the
goal of 400,000 members for 1956
is "very bright" Mlaa Black said
Leading the nation with a total
of 16,321 NAACP members is the
Detroit branch which completed
its membership drive In the
spring. Ixn Angeles, with 12,914 is
second and New York City (Man
hattan only! third with 8,703.
Other large cities with large en
rollments includs Washington. 8.-
507; Philadelphia. 5.608 ; Bt.
Louis, 5.006; Cincinnati. 4,830;
Kansas City, Mo., 3.982; Columbus
Ohio, 3,784 and Boston, 3.709.
Despite the bitter opposition of
white supremacy elements there
were significant Increases In the
membership of many southern
cities. Among these were Atlanta,
5,704; Richmond, 4.307; Mont
gomery, 2.902; and Norfolk, 2,631.
In addition, more than 1.000 mem
bers were recruited in each of the
following southern cities; Miami
and Jacksonville, Fla.; Birming
ham; Memphis. Nashville, Chat
tanooga and Knoxville. Tenn;
Portsmouth and Charlottesville,
Vo.; and Dallas. Fort Worth and
San Antonio, Texas.
The figures are for branch
memberships only and do not in
clude youth members or members
Most of us like a person who
;omes right out and says what he
hinks especially when they
hlnk what we think.
So many four out of five—
men over 20 are bald or baMing,
says a toupee manufacturer, that
hair pieces with an "Ivy League
crew cut” are on sale.
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IT WAS A GAY PARTY for visitors. Rev and Mrs. P A. Patter
son and sons. P. A. Jr., and Albert, given by their aunt, Mrs. Bea
Boyd, in the main dining room of the Hotel Lowry on Saturday.
August 4th. The Pattersons’ have been houseguests at the Boyd home,
837 Iglehart Av, since Saturday. July 28th. Rev Patterson is a mem
ber of the Legal Redress Committee of the NAACP in Savannah. Ga.
and Mrs Patterson is a teacher in the public schools.
OTHER GUESTS OF MRS. BOYD were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smith, J. D. Anderson and Marva Boyd. Following the lunch, the
group continued a lively discussion of NAACP activities and poten
tialities at the home of Mr Anderson. 909 St. Anthony Av.
A POW WOW IN HONOR OF THE youngsters. Albert and P.
A. Anderson Jr., was held in the yard on last Thursday with the
Misses Marva Boyd, Vanne Owens. Paula Thomason and Doris Shan
non as co-hostesses.
WELCOME HOME TO NEPHEW Byron Crushshon. 910 Fullei;
Av., who surprised the family when he arrived without previous no
tice on Wednesday. August 1. beaming over his discharge from the
Air Force. Crushshon was stationed at Fort Meyer, Arlington, Va.,
Just outside of the Nation's Capital.
FORM THE WEST ALSO LAST WEEK came Arthur Hill, Jr.,
and Airman first class James Vassar, his wife, Connie (nee Scrog
gins) and their three month old daughter, little Roxanne . . . The
Vasaars live in Sacramento, Calif. at Mather Air Force Base . . .
They are the houseguests of Mrs Vassar’S mother. Mrs. Charles An
derson, 577 St. Anthony Av., and plan to be in the Twin Cities until
Arthur has received his discharge from military duty.
• • •
A POSTCARD IN THE MAIL from Mrs. Harry Ballard Sr., from
Hartford, capital of the state of Connecticut, let us know that the
motorcade to the Gospel Chorus convention from St. Paul arrived safe
ly at their destination.
THE ST. PAUL URBAN LEAGUE GUILD will be well rep
resented at the National Urban League Conference to be held in
Cincinntai. 0., this year, by the Mmes. Earline Calloway and Jana
belle Taylor, who have been elected to officially represent the organi
WF, MADE A NOTE NOT TO FORGET the St. Anthony Garden
Club's better- than-ever flower show to be held on Sunday, August
19. at the Maxfield school. From the previews we have had of garden
club members’ individual collections, we just know it will be beautiful!
MRS. LULA ROBINSON of Kansas City, Kans . arrived in the
city on Wednesday. August 5 to visit her sister. Dr. Lillian Lewis,
875 Iglehart Av., who is recuperating from injuries sustained in a fall.
Friends of Dr. Lewis will be happy to know that she is on the road
ACCORDING TO THE LATEST newsletter of the City Planning
Board of St. Paul, the shift from the use of transit to the use of
private automobiles continues, but at a slower pace. "If the shift to
the use of private autos continues, obviously (among other things)
much more effective mass transit is needed if our Central Area is to
hold its own." according to the newsletter.
WE SPENT A DELIGHTFUL EVENING last Sunday chatting
with Rev. and Mrs. Milton Combs and their three pretty children,
Milton Jr.. Karyn and Kristine, at the home of Mrs. Justine Jackson,
and viewed some interesting and colorful slides, mostly of California
scenes . . . Saw some familiar faces like Mrs. Albertine Combs,
mother of Rev. Combs, Dr. Floyd Massey and Mr. and Mrs. James G.
Kirk, now of Seattle, Wash.
IT HAS BEEN REAL ENJOYMENT and spiritually beneficial to
hear Rev. Combs in the pulpit at Pilgrim for the past two Sundays
and we look forward to the treat of hearing Mrs. Combs on Women’s
Day, this Sunday at Pilgrim.
It will be a busy day, what with the St. Anthony Garden Club's
flower show at Maxfield School and the annual Women’s Day tea at
5 p. m. . . . You won’t want to miss either of these affairs.
JUST BACK FROM A VACATION in Detroit. Mich., is our sub
scriber. George White, who visited his daughter and grand son and his
sister, Mrs. Mary Wynn of Little Rock, Ark.
FROM A CONFIDENTIAL and reliable source, we hear that pre
dicted in the fashion future are ankle-length hemlines . . . from
Parisian designers ... to be known as the ”1912 look."
THE CANTORIANS made their radio debut on Sunday, August
12 over WHISK. 1590 on the dial . . they re scheduled for weekly ap
pearances: 12:15 to 12:30 p. m. We hope the many friends who ex
pressed their regret over not being able to tune in either to the direct
or (hubby to me) or to us, will write the station, asking if the
group could not be heard at another time, since the present schedule
catches most of us in our respective churches .Many members of the
group are young people who have commitments to their churches too.
They will all appreciate it.
HATS OFF to Mrs Leona Winner and Mrs. Norma Jones and
daughter. Judy and Jewell and to Kathryn Bryant for sending out
literature to parents of new children entering kindergarten. This is
this year s contribution to help pass the charter amendment.
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'lke’s' Civil Rights
The chairman of the Ramsey
county Republican committee for
Civil Rights this week blamed
Democratic senator James O.
Eastland of Mississippi for “kill
ing the Eisenhower Civil Rights
bill which would have, among
other things, given Negroes of the
South the right to vote."
John M Culver. 1530 Arundel,
St. Paul, said that "Eastland is
chairman of the powerful Senate
Judicial committee which shelved
the bill. Senator Eastland’s own
vote plurality from Mississippi
shows that the man who is doing
Negroes the most damage is liter
ally elected by a fraction of the
Culver cited the fact that East
land received 100.848 votes from a
potential 1.181.000 voters. “An in
teresting fact.’’ said Culver, “is
that there are 540.000 Negroes
over 21 years of age living in Mis
sissippi and only about 15,000 of
these have been allowed to regis
ter and vote.
Culver continued: “This shows
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Culver concluded: Make no
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in the 84th congress because the
Domecratic party controlled <y>n
gress If the Democrats win con
trol of congress again this year.
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