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Tiw ADVOCATE
EDITORIAL PAGE
THE ADVOCATE
Published Every Saturday at Suit« 312-311 Maclray Building. Portland. Oregon
Phone ATwater till
................... Editor an. I Publisher
BEATRICE H. CANNADY.
tuulW Muneger and Compositor
YANCY FRANKLIN..........
,..................... Coutr ibutiuf Editor
WILLIAM PICKENS .......
.... Society Editor and Reporter
ROSALIE BIRD ______
__________ ____ Health Editor
DcNORVAL UNTHANK. M. D..........
------------------------- Love Editor
NANCY L E E ----------------------------
....................... Younger Set Editor
Geneva I v e y -----------------------------
KITS REID, RALPH C CLDYE AND CLIFFORD MITCHELL.........
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E v j e A
S y ‘Rosalie ,'Kird
— B A P T IST S —
Mount Olivet Baptist Church
East First and Schuyler Sts.
Rev J. L. Castoa. Minister
Shiloh Baptist Church
East 7th and Everett Sts.
— EPISCOPALIAN—
,
St. Phillips Mission
Knott and Rodney Sts
Blaine Coles. l.ay Reader
Entered as Second-Class Matter in the Post Office at Portland, Oregon,
Under the Act of 1912
WHERE TO BUY THE ADVOCATE Statement of Ownership, Management,
Circulation, etc, required by tbe Act
of Congress of August 24, 1312.
At the Advocate office, 212 Macleay
Of The Advocate, published weekly
building.
at Portland, O re, for April 1, 1331.
Rutherford's Barber Shop. 340 W il­ Slate of Oregon,
liams avenue, in Foster's Pool HalL
County of Multnomah—ss.
The Elks building, 310 Williams
Before me, a notary public in and
avenue.
for the State and County aforesaid,
Medley Hotel Restaurant, Interstate personally appeared Beatrice H. Can-
Avenue (in Medley Hotel).
nasty who, having been duly sworn
Friendship Pool HalL Sixth, near according to law, deposes and suys
Gliaan (West Side).
that she is the publisher and owner
Holliday and Holliday, 125 North of The Advocate, and that the follow­
Sixth street.
ing is, to the best of her know-edge
and belief, a true statement of own­
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT? ership, management, etc, of the afore­
“Dr. Mordecai W\ Johnson, presi­ said publication for the date shown
dent of Howard University, is cred­ m the above caption, required by the
ited with saying that all Negro news­ act of August 24, 1312, to-wit;
papers are scandal sht-ets. Dr. John
1. That Beatrice A. Cannady, of
son and the publicity department of Portland, O re, is the publisher- editor,
Howard have been catering to Wash­ business manager and managing ed­
ington white dailies in the matter of itor.
news and advertising.
2. That the owner is Beatrice Can­
Now one of the leading white pa­ nady.
pers of the city is carrying this al­ 3. That there are no known bond­
leged “scandal" which Dr. Johnson holders, mortgagees and other secur­
attributed only to Negro papers. Al­ ity holders owning or holding 1 per
though Negro papers have carried cent or more of the total amount of
miles of news for Howard, Emory bonds, mortgages or other securities.
Smith, director of publicity, wrote a
BEATRICE H. CANNADY,
Philadelphia white paper thanking a
Owner.
reporter for writing an account of a
Sworn
to
and
subscribed
before
me
How&rd-Lincoln game. None of the
Negro weeklies were ever thanked Dy this 1st day of April, 1931.
RICHARD DEICH, Notary.
the Howard publicity department for
(My commission expires Nov. 19,
the square miles of space given.
A Washington white daily is pub-
lishing daily articles on mal-adminis­
tration at Howard.
TI k - YOUNGER SET
(ÜIntrrItrB
Subscription Kate* (Payable in Adv ance) : One Year, $2.50; Six Months,
ill.¿0; Three Months, $1.00
SATURDAY, APRIL 11. 1931
— HOUSE OF FRAY ER—
House of Prayer
East 10 th and Grant Sts
Robert Searcie, Pastor
— METHODIST—
Bethel A. M E. Church
Larrabee and McMillen Sts
Rev L>aniel G. Hill Jr, Minister
First A. M E. Zis» Church
«17 Williams Ave
Rev W. R. Lovell. Minister
The churches are to be congratu-
ated upon theirexquisite decorations
Easter Sunday.
7
DR J. L. CASTON. Tastor
(Mildred Ivey. Reporter)
Negro Health Week will be observ­
ed at Mount Olivet Baptist Church,
East First and Schuyler streets- Sun­
day. For a number of years special
emphasis has been directed along the
lines of preventative measures to im­
prove the health of Negroes. In many
cities during the week April 5-12 the
entire week has been filled with ac­
tivities sponsored by churches, lodges,
women's clubs and other welfare agen­
cies. The movement has now assum­
ed the proportions of a nation-wide
crusade. Negro physicians and other
experts have given freely of their
TO OUR PATRONS
time and advice in these efforts.
In Portland, the Mount Olivet Bap­
Another naval race ii on in Eu­
It is absolutely imperative that you tist Church and several women’s clubs
rope and it seems that all of these
•ic or send in and pay up your in are giving it special attention this
nicely phrased and much publicized debtedness to us. As we have so often
week. At the Mount Olivet Church,
treaties mean, as usual, nothing. Do
' ' fsre. most of ous business is Sunday, three special features have
you know that “violent Russia” of­
nsh basis We cannot give you been arranged. Dr. E. L. Booker will
fered a plan of complete disarmament
good service and a good paper unless speak at the 11 o'clock hour on “The
in Geneva last year? They did, and
we have money to pay our bills. If Teeth and Health.” The sermon by
when the foreign delegates got over
you pay us ye can pay. if you do not, the pastor, Dr. J. L. Caston, will be
the shock they voiced great indigna­
we cannot. Some of our patrons have on the subject. Faith and Health,”
tion.
.. »unts more than two years' past and at 8 P. M. Dr. D. N. Unthank
due, others months’ and this is meant will give a stereopticon lecture on
UNEMPLOYMENT
for those who do not pay, only. It “Tuberculosis and How It Can Be
Though the problem of unemploy­
goes without the saying that some pay Avoided.” Special music has been
ment is a “community one” how
provided and the public is invited.
many of us are holding the profits
Fe feel international this week and
Sunday, Dr. Caston's subject is
that were made during “prosperity” ?
It looks like those few who are should so we will tell you of a most inter­ “Faith and Health.” Sunday evening
be made to defray the cost of pro­ esting discovery. In Ivy on the Seine. Dr. D. N. Unthank will give a stere­
viding health and happiness where France, the city administration is VI opticon lecture on “Tuberculosis and
Communist and the headquarters of How It May Be Avoided.” This is in
starvation and misery now stalk.
_____ w_____
the Unemployed Workers are in the observance of Negro Health Week.
city hall. There has been no graft
The Fel*owship Club will meet at
SAME OLD ALIBI
scandals there and no soup lines in the residence of Mrs. Blanche Holiday
In Alabama, they are going to “try" the good American sense.
entertained by Mrs. Carrie Ingersoll
nine workers of our race, who were on
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Monday evening. G. R. Davidson en­
a freight car with some white« in
Portland had over a hundred *ui- tertained the Searchlight Club Thurs­
which a fight ensued. It seems that cides last year and ten last month, day evening. Mid-week devotional
two girls were among the whites who The significant part about this was services on Wednesday evening.
lost the battle and promptly the that most of them were over 60. What
The Fellowship Club and members
trial this week three have been con- a wonderful prospect we ask youth are responsible for the beautiful deco-
charge of “rape’ ’was raised. In their to accept in continuing such i con-1 rations in the church Easter Sunday.
demned to the electric chair. Have dition!
The latest additions are shrubs around
you ever seen a lynching? No Ne­
the church and parsonage. Mrs. H.
gro can remain passive in the face
Well, Bill Thompson lost in Chi­ M. Cagno presented the church with
of this blight upon our relations with cago. That is supposed to mean some­ the American and Christian flags
other human beings. We need a lit- thing but we are not sure just what, which were placed on the rostrum.
tie more race consciousness that is We will bet, however, that the beer
Will the women of the church please
genuine and based upon proper pride flows as usual and that the graft donate flowers for the wall baskets
for what we have contributed to so- from the trade continues to enrich in the church?
ciety and not upon a standard set by certain individual’s coffers. We are
Ruth Scott will have charge of the
a conqueror.
not cynical- but just know our his- B. Y. P. U. meeting. The topic is
tory.
“How Far Dare We Practice the
“If you re-eloct this party, you will
Brotherhood of Man?"
continue this prosperity that you have
No race can rise whose health is1
enjoyed under the Harding adminis­ poor is the consensus of opinion of
tration.”—Herbert Hoover in a pre­ those who are sponsoring Negro
election speech. Oh, yeah! Another Health Week, beginning April 5. Pro­
much quoted remark of Mr. Hoover’s moters are urging race leaders every-
about “violent Bolshevism” makes us «here and most especially the guar-
Rodney and Knot Sts.
interested in “peaceful Americanism.” dians of the health of the people, to
REV. H. D. CHAMBERS IN
Nine lynchings this year, American carry out the program which has been
CHARGE
gunboats shooting on the Yanktze outlined by the national body in col-
river, marines in Nicaragua, no doubt, laboration with the United States De-
are a few of the examples.
partment of Health.
Miss Rosalie Bird.
681 liantenbem Avenue
Phone MU 1686
Mrs. Ida Finch of Seattle is the
honored guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Latimer this week. Mrs. Finch is en
route to Chicago to attend the Na­
tional Bahai convention. On last
Monday afternoon she >ed in the dis­
cussion of the Bahai study group held
at the home of her hostess.
A unique and vnjoyab'e post blaster
Chester Wells of llerg's chalet or
matinee party was given by Mr. and chestra, spent his Easter vacation in
Mrs. Willis A. Reed at their homo Los Angeles. He will return within
last Thursday afternoon. The room i a fe« days to resume his work In the
were attractively adorned with green- orchestra. He will motor back in Ins
ery in metal vases and a profusion of car. Mr. Kates of Seattle, formerly
daffodils in cut glass Kiwis placed with the Ebony Serenaders, is filling
artistically. Progressive whist was Mr. Well's place during his absence,
played at four tables. Prises were
awarded Mrs. Beatrice Bannister for
Mrs. Beatrice Cannady lias acrept-
higli score and Miss Katherine Frank- ede an invitation to address the mom-
tin for consolation. Special prises hers of the nest club on their May
honoring their birthdays were prv- program on Thursday, the 21st.
sent.d to Messrs. I.ee Grigsby and
.... . -
Reuben Sul>ivan by the hosts.. Piano
Mrs. Klise Reynolds and children,
dance music was furnished by Mr. who spent the Easter holidays with
Pierre and Merrsr. Grigsby and Sul the former’s parents in Seattle, re
livan sang. Dancing and kodaking turned home lust Monday evening,
were additional diversions. The host­
ess served dainty refreshments. The
Mr. and Mrs. K. !.. Jainismi liad as
affair, which was greatly enjoyed, their dinner guest Sunduy, Mrs. L.
was in honor of the members of K Weeks. After dinner tliey motorini
Berg's chalet orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. to cali on friends.
Reed are thoughtful, charming hosls.
The hostess wore a becoming gown
Mrs. Pcurl Jackson of Los Angeles
of black Spanish lace with gogruin is visiting in Portland. Sho niolorrd
black ribKin sash.
bere In her new 1931 Cord.
Mrs. Lillian Morrow of Berkeley
writes that she and the family are
fine. She sends a snap of the family
showing that the girls- three of them
—have grown very rapidly. Mrs. Mor­
row is still the same fond, painstak­
ing mother.
A silver tea at the home of Mrs.
T. V. Grayson in Alberta will be held
tomorrow afternoon for the K-nefit
of Williams Avenue Y. A large at­
tendance is anticipated.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan- who
were quietly married in Voncouver
March 24. have begun housekeeping
at 316 Sacramento street.
The
en by
ii,nt
Minor
esses
Miss Alberta Mayo, popular in club.
church and social circles, will leave
soon for Seattle, where she will visit
preparatory to going to California to
rontinue her studies in music.
Dr. and Mrs. No
were the guests at
Sunday morning of
D. Lusher at their
vil1«. Covers were
Easter Monday night bull giv­
St. Phillips Guild was a bril-
success.
Mesdames Eugene
and Ethel Reese were patron­
Norval Unthank
breakfast Easter
Mr. and Mrs. R.
home in Monta-
placed for six.
ELKS EMERGENCY FUND DRIVE
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Preparai Esp .'.’ty frrr 7 / . f !
S e mp per
Rev. W. R. Lovell, pastor
(By Keren Mills Collins, Reporter)
Rev. Lovell will preach at both
services Sunday.
Phone BRoadway 7611 or call at
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Ilolihie Kllis entrrtalnrd a largo
nuniber of tho youngor set at her
honte on Easter Sunday night.
Tho Trianon Club met at the Y. W.
C A Thursday to praetlee for the
all city high school girl reserves’
pluy, "The Mystio F’lower."
Dorothy and Isadora Morton enter­
tained the Joyniukrrs Club at Bethel
Church l'htirsday night, where the
club has decided to meet every Thurs
day for practice until after the "Idea”
has lieen given. Iasi Thursdi
ght
Guy Jamison entertained at the
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KYKIIRnW A ICC III .VII
sc A i r rXKATMKNT
MANIC VMINCi
am i
pm o m pt
Bill Law shows his face again after
a long period of hiding. Hello, Bill!
Bobbie Ellis ha» grown up. She’s
about 5 feet 3 Inches. And Bertie
j Mae Coleman is holding his own.
Alhe Wilson and Geneva Ivey
after-scKui! working girla.
The high waters have washed the
! Ithythm Buys out of their job for a
’hurt time, h reamer's Chateau seems
to be f l o o d e d in.
Ivan Cannady has the best excuse*
j L it delays A flat, a blowout, or any-
Kl ' * tv. n. the Star he drivea is
just an exruae.
urging
DONT
Pn pared Er penally for Tint
Newspaper
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DcNORVAL IN THANK, M. D.
After .March 15th, 1WI, Or. I)e Norval I ’nthank will move hii office
from J61 Kenton St. to permanent office- in the Arata KM«, .it 12M North
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I1.quipped with the Very l.alr*l. W e Are In n Position to Gare for
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Office Pitone: BRoadway IBB5
4.K) HOYT STREET :: Porlltiinl, Oregon
Bethel By The Bridge
On Larrabbee and McMillen Sta.
Rev D. G. Hill, Pastor
Marguerite Griffith—Keporttr
Special Sumer Price Now On
•M \in i v s b e a i n suoi»
Committee in Charge Manta All Workers in the Drive to Make Their
Reports Next Wednesday Night. March 23. DON’T FAIL I S!
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ADMISSION ONLY 50c
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MRS. /EC H A BAKER
SEASONS «H A N D BALL:
FINE MUSIC
Leo t'anada of Corvallis spent Ihe
Easter weck end wlth friemls In l’ort-
Uml.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell and
family aro rcported to bave had a
fumily reunlon at thè homo of Mrs.
Muxwell'a brother, C. Vaughn, In Los
Angeles, upon thè arrivai of Mr. church.
Maxwell, who motorini down recenti)'.
Lena ililNmun was dinner guest of
Mrs. Johnnie Pieree of Tacoma was ■ net Foster Easier Sunday.
the house guest of Mrs. Juliu Fuller
I know some boys who wouUl love
over last week end.
; to have your place us brother, Charles
Mrs. Elisabeth Slaughter was the Smith. Y iu couldn’t h a te th e m fo r
guest of Mrs. Sadie Lusher at the that, could you?
Spotlight’s play. “On'y Sally Ann."
George (’«.nnady seems to be In Se­
chi-, ion We hope that he and the
f’/cillO / ’iiv 1 tin t N ti/isc ri/llin il sun won’t forget to shine again.
j 1.W5 Grand Ave N
Wednesday April 15th
George Miller spent ttie Easter hol-
idays m Port Und visiting relatives.
George Is in the undvrtakmg busl-
nesi in Seattle.
Residence Plume GArfield 8019
A If) Tillamook Slreel
Surccnxor* to !.. It ¡c h in tiso n ¡tannane l i t u i s f er
#A TWO-IN-ONE COSTUME
It’s an outcome of French thrift—
this Redingote costume that will cut
such a smart figure in town on warm­
ish spring days For by merely doffing
the coat that buttons v, neatly in front
below the belt, you Have a very charm­
ing printed frock for luncheon or
bridge! The collarless neckline, soft­
ened by the full, youthful bow of the
frock, and the belted, slightly bloused
waistline are thoroughly typical of this
pring; and so is the playing off of
plain against printed material. We
would like the Redingote in a sheer
light navy woolen over a yellow silk
frock with blue dots
Fxrella Patterns. Redingote No.
U*; Frock No 3152. Sizes 14 to 46
each Each 25 cents.
AN ADJUSTABLE < OLLAR
<) i of the most important of the
spring ("'it features is the adaptable
scarf I* jffnrds greater individuality
tl in n t any other type of ne.k-
llne, s nee it may he worn ascot fash
ion rros .-H and thrown over one
shoulder or allowed to hang in jaunty
ends And then it provides a soft,
invari I i" Incoming neckline for the
coat without fur. This model spon­
sors it in a youthful version. The
line" are the nopillar lielted, wrappy
om everyone is wearing, with point-
ed patch pockets and turn-hack ruffs
as charming details ft is shown in a
light blue woolen flecked with navy.
Exrella Pattern No. 3403 Sizes 14
to 46, 25 cents.
LEARN TO P f.A Y GOLK
on tlie prettiest course in tossii
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Corner Williams Ave. & McMillan St.
Open every day until 12 midnight
General Admission 15c
Rosalie Bird, T ick e t Seller