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m NEWEST ENTERPRISE Pint-ﬂ m 7 H himxmmiimmm MW 03m 7 y mmamxxno. ndWJnthe Northwest m I m. On Forum; Owll Club, Inc. mubmmwm-mmmég} one. in aubu- m., lz'Ph m an. r. o. 30:73??? W m: h m h M 0m yufgiébfs—lx “In. M; um mm. m I. I. m. We [hull-n for m: 15-. Noon; (or Mun-tub. Tun. o P. M. BREMERTON NOTES 0“] M Not-Ohm Enterprise JAS. I'. WALKER, 3801 Bth Phone 2778-w Important: Social Club, Organlutionn. News Must Be in by Monday P. M. Please Cooperate BUY WAR BONDS BUY NOW! To :11 Stnto Auoclnuona. mu. Tomplu. Put muted And Daughter. Ruler: Council nnd m Elk Autumn“: Ae the cheirmen oi the bond drive committee named by the Grand Exalted Ruler for the Grend Dodge. Grand Temple end ell enr bordinete lodxee. templee end nuxllieriee. l em pnhllehix this ntntement in the Northweet Enter pride for the purpose of ecein cellin. your ettention to the obno lute neoeeeiy of every Elk unit end individual member of the Dr der buying defense bond- end re— porting the eeme to thin office in order the! full and complete credit will be received by our order end member: thereof. We hue hereto i'ore requeeted by oormpondence end publicetlon in thin paper thnt eech lodge. temple end euxiliery send to thiie office the me end eddnu of your defense bond oom- Ift SC ‘ ﬂ KWE rw’ Xx M's/1M“ v N'NGBf’GHr ' Earrw 45” mom AND mum WAFTCHES wmcmumwws TIP TOP CLOTHES SHOP MEN‘S BETTER CLOTHES FOR LESS . TWO STORE IN BREMERTON 231 Burwoll . 333 N. Callow Tailor Made Rudy Made Unclaimed H. H. McCOMB Open Eves. Phone 3242 WE KEEP YOU LOVELY ALI. PHASBS OF BEAUTY WORK Try Our Vin-Fluff Shampoo sud Steam Hot Oils FOUR EFFICIENT OPERATORS TO SERVE YOIY E h l’ B Sh te s eauty oppe 057 Jackson St. For Appointment Phone INA-8893 THE ANGELUS, Inc. w,” . , "~ ‘rm— znbam l‘ ”Tm-m pol‘ - Lady Attendant Funeral Mu - Martha Davis, Manager 319 m Ava. PR. 0333 Seattle, Wash. W“ W 10” mittee. Many have felled to com ply with this request. 80 I am again making the some requeet. Pleue send to thie office imme dieteiy the name and address of the choirman of your defense bond committee. The Grand Exalt ed Ruler hae pledged that our or~ der will buy 20 million dollars worth of bonda this year and that new that every lodge. temple. euxiliery and member muat buy bonda. The buying of bonda la the tint requirement and the re porting of them to this office in almost aa important as buying them if the Elke Order la to get credit. So please buy defense bond. lad report the amount of the ume to thin office. Very Internally yours, W. C. HUESTON, Chairman Elks Bond Buying Committee Dr. FRED Palmer; SKIN WHITENER LI s'" 'J SMSKIN A?” 25: T ‘(m-Lcls:- Ebenezer AME Church ll". Evm P. mum. pastor: Sunday school 3:30; morning} wot-Mp 11; curl-tun linden“)?l 7; owning aervlce a; payer-If noon" Wodnoldnn It 8 o'clock.§ Ninth tnd‘ Plfk In downtown Brunet-ton. BONDS BUILD SHIPS «MARITIME UNIONS Under the slogan "Bonds Build Ships." nine maritime unions will Join with maritime contractors. governmental agencies and serv ice organisations in the North west's most colorful wartime cele bration of National Maritime Day on Tuesday, May 22nd. ‘ The all-day proaram will act under way at 11 a. m. with 9.1 big parade by the nine waterfront unions and other labor organiza— tions, along with ﬂoats symboliz ing Maritime Day and the Port of Embarhation band. One of the most unusual len turea will be an “open house" aboard a merchant veuel. just in from a voyage, at Pier 68. The vessel will be open to the public from noon until evening and la made available by the U. B. Maritime Commission which panther with the U. 8. Maritime Service. the War Shipping Admin istration. and the Port or Em barhation are the governmental sponsor. of the celebration. The public is also invited to a special program to be held aboard the vesaei from 12 to 12:80 p. m. which will feature a talk by Admiral Vickery. inter views with merchant seamen. and the casting of a wreath on the waters in memory of the thou }aanda of merchant seamen who have given their lives in the fight against the fascist Axis. All ships in the harbor will be “dressed" and whistles will blow at noon. RENO SHOWS MILADY By EDYTHE Theup sweep ls definitely Mi lndy's choice for her summer's Inh- style. Thl. was borne out at a re cent Modern Age Colrture Show held at the Eagles ’Hall, 1416 7th Ave. The uplweep in Its many vari ations topped all demonstrations. ‘The comure show wan spon lored by the Seattle Beauty Sup ply, featuring Reno. one of the molt tumou- artlsta in hair style creation of this day. Besides the demonstrations of advanced hair styles by Reno. the latest quirks in massaging, hair dying, tinting and color harmony in make-up were featured. Color harmony in make-up was stressed. 'One lok around In any crowd would convince Mllady of the ne ceulty of pleasant color match- In. The Ihow was nttended by the entire staff of the Edythe Beauty Salon. 2332 East Madison. At tendlng were Esther Hall. Al berta Kendle, Blanche Ceaanr and Edythe Johnson. WITH THE ARMY WITH THE 14TH ANTI-AIR CRAFT COMMAND IN NEW GUINEA. —— Willie Reynolds 01' Vancouver. Washington. son of Mr. and Mrs. Antthony Reynolds 0! Sibley. Miss., has been pro moted to the rank of corporal. Corporal Reynolds is a machine gunner with the first Negro Anti aircratt Artillery Automatic Wea pons Battalion to reach the Suoth west Pacific and he has now com pleted 20 months service over seas. Corporal Reynolds was induct ed into the Army in April, 1942. and received his military train ing at Camp Stewart, Georgia. He departed for foreign service in August. 1943. NEWS FROM HOME Pittsburgh Courier, Chic-go Detender. Kansas City Coll. Air. American. Ameterdmn Stu- News, Negro Dice-t, Northwest Enterprise, Pacific Coast Negro Directory for sale. Mn. Josephine McCraven, Sole Agent for all Negro Literature. 274 20th Ave. Phone Pa. 0902, Seattle. Wash. THE EVELYN INN 2229 East Madison Phone: EA. 9857 Open and Still Doing Business Short Order: at All Times C. T. DAWSON, Prop. THE NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE M‘ DORA“? e HIKE PLAIE MARKET DINNER) W 333:” 83 PINE ST. 13"?» Open Evenings Until 10 P. M. Emil: - Vegan. - Groceries moms ALWAYS 310 Phone MA. 1826 NAT. BAP. CONV. INC., IBPOE 0F W. SPEARH‘EAD WORLD’S ORGANIZATIONS Warring Factions Get Together at S. F. Conference On April 27th Negro leaders at the world conference made his tory when all elements got to gether and settled their differ encel. There are at this League of‘ Nations Confrence representatives from all leedingi organisations in! the world. Spearheeded by the: National Baptist Convention and? the I. B. P. 0. E. of W., these‘ are listed as unofficial obeervers.‘ There are three consultants or“ 1 Amrican Negroes to the League of Nations. ‘ The unofficial observers and‘ coneultents were nt war with each other. But at the hsid confer ence, April 27th. the whole mat ter was threahed out and s solid front will be presented by the American Negroes to the League of Notions. - Also, the conmblned lineup was able to agree on a plan to go into the chute: of the League of Natlonea. which was presented to this unltled body by Perry W. Howard. legal advlaor to the unlted body. The plan ls as fol lownz “Thu the League of Nations will look with distuvors upon any nation which discrim inates by law. practice or custom against my segment of its citizens in the nutter Of civic rights on account of nee. creed or color." An organization of the consoli dated groups was perfected with Rev. J. L. Horace ot the Na tional Baptist Convention as chairman. Rev. 0. Cooper Foun telroy as secretary, Dr. J. Finley Wilson as treasurer. Judge Hob— son R. Reynolds as vlce~chair~ man. A steering and drafting com mittee was appointed, consisting of Perry W. Howard, legal ad visor of the Elks, as chairman. Dr. J. Finley Wilson. Grand Ex alted Ruler of the Elks, Mr. Ed gar G. Brown, director National Negro Council, Washington, D. 0.. Dr. J. C. Austin. National Bap tist Convention, Dr. Mordecai Johnson. President of Howard University. Dr. T. L. Boone. De troit, Mich.. Dr. E. I. Robinson of Los Angelea. President National Medical Assoclatlon. Rev. Waters of the A. M. E, Zion Church. Mr. Joseph Oliver, Potentate oi the Mystic Shrine and Mr. Har old D. Summers, International Honor Bright Society. Moat favorable comment is made upon showing or major organiza tions in representation at this world's greatest conclave such as the I. B. P. O. E. of W. led by the Grand Exalted Ruler, Dr, J. Finley Wilson and his delegation of seven members: Mr. James E. Kelley, Grand Secretary. Mrs. Bu ena Kelley, Grand Secretary 01’ the Temple; Judge Hobson R. Rynoids. Grand Director of Civil Liberties, Mrs. Therese L. Robin son, Directresa of Civil Liberties. Attorney C. Henri Lewis, Jr.. Di rector or Post-War Planning Mr. Eugene Sorrell, Grand Esquire. Mr. Perry W. Howard, Grand Le— gal Adviser. This delegation has attracted further favorable com ment by its fine headquarters at the new Scasga Hotel. with ban ners flying. typewriters clicking and the Grand Exalted Ruler ex horting his delegation to see the importance of the work to be done here at this propitious mo ment. In the meantime. this or ganization with its popular weat ern auxiliaries, is the cynosure of‘ all eyes on the western coast. with the Grand Exalted Ruler occupying a conspicous position‘ in that he is battling before tthej World League with one hand and} waving the wand 01! traternization \ with the other. These organizations will stay un guard or will be preresented until the battle is over with the expectation that something will be aid or done by the League of Nutionl that will speak for freedom; justice and equality be fore .the entire world. Mr. R. B. Strnther, the dynamic President of the Pacific States Auocintion. in in charge of the general headquarter: end is per forming the role of field marshal. In tine. this united organiza tion will. in additmn to the tore going plank, seek: The outlawing of the color bar in the United States. We JIM Me Same 7%, 700 You, as well as we, have heard that people feel more at ease in ‘ioints,’ where the fixtures aren’t so nice, and best manners do not have to be worn. You knew when you heard it, it was not true. You know that people want the best this short life has to offerO You have proven this by your con tinuous patronage of our little contribution in the best direction. Because together we know people like the best we shall have an institution Seattle will he proud to claim. SID'S DINING ROOM 2330 E. Madison Tel. CA. 9864 g 4/ ' \ ms?“ a 3 .. »;~-v.‘~""7-" ' I “1 ’ AK \ \ ' § t \ '5; I ' \— ~ F u )t PCPﬂ'rCola Cmnpaw hm, Island City, N. Y. 1 Your Gospel Song Dealer ‘ Complete Line of GOSPEL SONGS and BOOKS by Darley, Martin & Morris, Martin-Bowl“, and Krizer & Collins Mrs. Emma H. Collins 3 EAst 8633 i If you can’t find meat-«We specialize in FRIED CHICKENS -- T-BONE STEAKS Also Chili, Hamburger, Ham Sandwiches 0 LONG’S BAR-B- Q East Madison Shopping District South Africa, India, and the lulund of the Seas. am at mum Safeguarding from execution. lynching. man conviction! or imprisonment without fair trial. Invlolability o! the (random of the pros: and religion. Protection to minoritlel sud underprivileged peoples. Prohibitions again involuntary nervitude, Keep off Date: JU N E 3rd Popularity Conteat featuring Coiffure & Fashion Show Sponsored by RUTH WHITESIDE BEAUTY CULTURE 0 loan the Elks NOW l'ndvr Dispensation Ihe l-‘eo Is Only $5.00 6025’, Jackson Plume EL. 9787 BUY WAR BONDS Madison Drug Co. ltd 111 I. “on but an DII'I. m Call-odes. Toilet Articles Font-In. M Drills. m Downtown Pucc- Ice Oroul N am Plnts 25¢: quarts 500 Race nnu- Specul- Inca Mn For Sun Open Daily 10 a. m. to 12 midnight ROYAL BILLIARD PARLOR POOL .nd BILLIARDS, CARD TABLES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, CANDY, AND SOFT DRINKS LEON WASHINGTON, Proprietor 413—6“: Avenue South IDELI’HI APARTMENTS A Palatial Home for Particular People 111-Pm HODEBN Overlooking Armmmimn. 30-32 28rd Ave. No. Ou. 1791 J. A. “Jack” Johnson CHURCHES People’s Institutional Bnptlst Church 120 ant Avenue Pastor Rev. F. W. Penick, D, D. 2502 20th Avenue South Church Phone PROI. 1-700 Residence, PM. 4181 Sunday School 9:45 a. 11:. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Mid-week Drayer Service, Wed nesday evening 8:00 o'clock. Woman's Aux. Meelng every lat and 3rd Wednesday afternoon 2:30. Missionary Day, 3rd Sunday afternoon 3 o'cloek. The public is invited to all ser vices. Full Gospel Pentecostal Temple 16th c E, Fir Bishop E. F. Mon-ls, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn wouhip 11 a. m., Bible Class 7 p. m. Evening service 8 p. 11:. Evan— gelistic services Tuesday 8 p. m.. Elder and Sister 1“. J. Adams in charge. Thursday: 8 p. m.. Elder and Sister J. H. Young In charge. You are invited to attend these service: a hearty welcome awaits vou. THE FULL GOSPEL LIGHT HOUSE AND RESCUE MISSION 14th and East Sprum Street Estnbh 1938. Incorp. 1988 Evangelist Bertha] Mitchell. “Du“. 9:46 a. .m—Sunday School. 11 a. .m.—Morning Worship. 6:30 p. m.——-Y. P. P. U. 8 p.'m.—Evangellsuc Service.‘ Wednesday. 8 p. m.——Mldweelc Prayer and Bible study. Friday. 8 p. m.—-—Evangelllstic Service. Remember—A glad hand ,ln— vitea you to worship here, where STREAMLINE BEAUTY SALON l ’ NEW T 0 N PLA C E 1 C All Colored Papers All Seattle Daily Papers Henlthful Recreation for Youngsters Friendly Atmosphere 2 Pool Table, Reedy-Made Lunches, Cigarettes and Cigars Shoe Shine . . . Soft Drinks 0 500 MAIN STREET. SE. 9028. Wetland”. luy 10, 1945 Not Too late to Buy Bonds Douglas Apartments M It I: Column! m M. Ncwg momma—Bßm Heat 0% WtuFTel hone hunch-y Room BIN“ moan!) Flu-um and than-naked Butt .1. and Up Dr. I'. B. Cooper, Mgr. 114. mu Ave. No. m 0017 REV. JUDSON SWANOY Minister Evangelist Spiritual Advice and Prayer 2107 E. James St.. Apt. 24 (XI! EA. 7185 Mt. Ollvet Baptllst Minion 1227 Jackson 8!. Rev. delon Swancy, Pastor Sol-Vile“ Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes day at 7:39 p. m. Grace Presbyterian (‘huroh Rev. John R. Harris. Pustor Sunday School In held at 9:45 a. 111.; 11 a. In. Morning Worship; 6 p. m. Y‘mug Peop e; 7 30 p. m. Evening Worship. First A. M. E. Church Between Pike and Pine. 14th Ave. Dr. L. B. Hayes, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45. Preaching 11 and 8: Christian Endeavor. 7 p. m.; Midweek prayer service. Wednesday. ‘1 o’rlick. Mount Zion Baptist 1084 19th Avelue PRospect 0444 Rev. Ben]. Davis. Pastor Sunday school. 9:45. Preaching 11 and 8: Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.; Midweek prayer service, Wednesday. 8 o'ciick. Church of God in ()hrlsl 42-} 21st, Ave. Rev. L. E. Tolllver. Paatcr Residence phone East, 24M Rev. E. D. Elison. Asst Pabtor Evangelist F. Tomver. Pianist Ebeneur A.M.E. Zion Church 23rd and E. Olive St. Rev. Frederick Blythewaod, Pastor 9:45 a. m.—-Sunday School. 11:00 a. m_—Sermon. 4:00 p. m.—Vesper Hour. 8200 p. m.—Sermon. Wednesday, 8:00 p. m.—-Prayer service.