San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, August 13, 1943 Page: 3 of 8
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San Antonio Softballers
Take Slugfest from
Austin All Stars
BKFORK one of the largest crowd* to witness a loftball game
at Lincoln park, the Majeitio Man'a Shop-Lott Grocery-
Kelly Field All Stars made it three out of four, Thursday night,
Auirust 6 over the Lyons All Stars, of Austin, in a free hitting,
birh scoring, slugging bee. The San Antonians trounced the
capital citians, 19-11, with Slammin' Sam Yell living up to his
T..W* hi« knocking out two home runs, and getting another hit,
•I well. Claudia Minor bundled
the willow potently, also, getting a
pair of triples, and a single.
Only once did the locals trail,
and that was In the fourth Inning,
when the Austlnltes forged Into a
M lead. The 8nn Antonians Im-
mediately wiped out that lead,
howeTer, at their turn at bat, and
were never again beaded.
The locals worked over three
Austin pitchers Including their high-
ly touted Julius Walker, who could
only staad up under what the San
Antonians did to htm for two In
The 8. A. outfit used three
pitchers, too. Brady Keys, who
started, ran Info a streak of wlld-
naas, and was relieved by the left-
hander, Alex Johnson. Homer John-
ion, the old standby, finally came
In, to take the flinging chores In
Not So Hot
In Court Duel
By The Associated Negro Presa
Soldier Sets Two Obstacle
Course Records In One Day
^ . (Satchel)
Paige, accustomed to scoring de-
cisive victories In the pitcher's box
lost by a rout, last week, in the
circuit courtroom of Judge Ben
Jamin P. Epstein when his wife,
Janet, 90, was awarded a divorce
on grounds of desertion, $1,500 In
cash, and $300 In attorney's fees.
Mrs. Paige, a waitress, charged
that the fabulous baseball star
abandoned her August 17,1039, and
bas eluded her ever since as effec-
tively as his fast ball slides past a
Paige commands an income of
<40,000 per year, owns a $25,000
building In Kansas City, Mo., and
possesses antiques and curios worth
an additional $30,000, declared Mrs.
Paige in her petition.
She asked the court for alimony
amounting to $100 weekly, during
the baseball season, aud $30 weekly
during the rest of the year. Buch
•n agreement would have resulted
In payments aggregating $3,330
every year had not a deal been
reached for the $1,S00 sum
Satchel vented a little Inaudible
miiRglng when the decree was
handed down and bled himself off
to Yankee atad'nm. New York, and
other points to fill contracts. He
expects to solace himself over the
court loss by turning in even more
spectacular mound wins.
By The Associated Nerro Press
cpr-'.T T.AXm 111.—Thw limes
this season conquerors ot uleC'ni-
eago Cuba of the National league,
the Orent Lakes Bluejackets found
tbe Chicago American Giants of
the Negro American league too
tough, Saturday, and lost, 7 te 3,
before 10,000 recruits at the naval
atatiou here. It was tbe white
sailors' ninth loss in SO games play-
ed this season.
The Giants pounded out 10 hits
against three sailor pitchers. Tom
Ferrick, former Cleveland Indian
•litebcr, started for the Bluejackets,
'•lit was relieved by Vern Olson, ex-
jh star, in the fourth after yield-
. ii hits. Lefty Schmltz. another
CAMP SIBERT, Ala.—On last
Saturday night Birmingham's fa-
mous Black Barons baseball team
plnye'l host to the Fourth regiment
team from Camp Sibert. This game,
for the benefit of the colored USO
club, was played on Rlckw&od
field In Birmingham, with the
famed big leaguers, shutting out the
service men, 7-0, although the game
was interesting all the way.
The contest was one of the most
colorful affairs Birmingham has
seen In some time. The contingent
of troops marched to their desig-
nated seats to the martial strains
of the unit training center band.
in addition to ujuuy civic offi-
cials. the honor guests ot the regi-
ment were Brigadier General E. F.
Bullene, commanding general of
the unit training center, and the
regimental commander. Lieutenant
Colonel Larkin W. Glaxebrook, Jr.
After the parade, General Bullene
expressed his appreciation to the
people of Birmingham and the
Black Barons for making the game
A crowd of 3,000 watched the
speedy Barons, pace-setters of the
first-half of the Negro American
league, pile up a three-run lead In
the first inning which they did not
relinquish. Tbe Barons picked up
two more In tbe fourth, and an ad
dltional two In the last inning.
Tbe game wan much closer than
the score, 7-0, would indicate. On
two occasions the Sibert soldiers
loaded tbe bases and in two otberl
innings permitted two more poten-
tial runs to die on the bases.
This defeat was the first in nine
starts for the soldiers from the
Fourth regiment. To date the vic-
tims of the Sibertmen include,such
crack teams as the Fort Ogle-
thorpe's post detachment, Annlstun
ordnance depot, Jacksonville base-
ball club, tbe Gadsden Bepub'.ic
Steelers, the Huntsville Barbers
and the replacement training cen-
P.V. Netters Dominate
Youth CopsThree Titles
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By The Associated Near* rreee
CAMP STEWART, Ga.—Private
J. C. Patterson, 19-year-old soldier
from Corinth, Mississippi, showed
championship form twice in one
day here when be set two records
on obstacle course "EO."
On his first trip be rompleted the
circuit in one minute, 20 seconds
while wearing his gak mask. Lstct,
be completed tbe coursa la oaa
minute, 47 seconds while carrying
full field pack.
In service since January 12, ha
was a barber In civilian life. Now
chief of section In an anti-aircraft
gun crew, he Is S feet 8 Inches tall
and weighs 1.15 pounds.
With Tiny Hazel pitching three-
hit ball, the Kelly field Defence
Workers blanked the Floor Waxers ■"<> frandmother Mrs. C. D.
Smith. Evelyn Murray returned
Rev. J. M. North held services
here through the day. Mrs. Georga
E. Bankhead, Billy Jeck, and Muck
Jamison of Brady came In this week
to spend a while with their mother
FIGHT IN D. C.
WASHINGTON, D. C— Goldie
Aheam, promoter of tbe Liberty
Athletic club, plans to show Jimmy
Bivlns, sensational Cleveland heavy-
weight, here at Griffith stadium on
Tuesday, August 24, he announced
last week. His opponent has not
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angling to line up Herbert Mar-
shall, hard-hitting New Yorker.
Blvins hot long ago figured his
chances would be better among the
big fellows, and so left the ranks
of the light-heavyweights. To date
he has defeated Bob Pastor, Taml
Maurille and Lee Savoldl. and Is
rated rather high In hlB class.
Some fans refer to him as tho
former Cub, finished.
For the Giants Jessup and T.
Radcliffe went all the way.
Title Goes to
By The Associated Nerro Preaa
FORT JACWSON, S. C.—Corpor-
al Ktdredge Johnson and Sergeant
Lester Wallace, both of the 274th
quartermaster battalion at Fort
Jackson, and both hailing from
Baltimore, teamed np to win the
doubles tennis championship of
Fort Jackson and the Columbia army
air base in the first Negro tennis
tournament In the history of the
military bases. Tbe tournament
was under the sponsorship of the
Service Men's council of the Taylor
Street CSO In Columbia.
Corporal Johnson and Sergeant
Wallace won the championship in
straight sets, 6-4, and 8-0, over a
team consisting of Corporal George
R. Ledbetter of Winston Salem,
North Carolina, and Corporal Clyde
Isley of Graham, North Carolina,
both members of Section 2, Supply
Detachment, Supply division, at
The winners were each presented
with the latest model champion ten-
nis racket by E. C. Spurlock, direc-
tor of the Taylor Street L'SO.
CHICAGO, 111. — The Chicago
American Giants and the Baltimore
Elite* split a double-header at Co-
miskey park Sunday, the Elites
taking the opener, 9 to 2, and
the Giants seizing the nightcap, 7
to 5, on a five-run fourth inning.
PAIRIE VIEW, Texas.—Tennii Coach Lloyd Emerson Scott
of Prairie View State college, and hit very small squad of
two students, have returned from the annual Missouri Valley
tennis tournament, in St. Louis, Muouri, with most of' the titles
in their possession.
A San Antonian on the P. V. squad walked off with two
individual titles, and added a third crown to his total, wher'V
was a member of the championship
winning; men's doubles team
The Snn Antonian was Leon
Woods, who won a special Missis-
sippi Valley Intercollegiate tourna-
ment by defeating M,ose Campliell
of Howard university, Washington,
D. C., 6-4, B-2. Woods then won
the Junior singles championship, by
downing one ItcAinson, 6-1, 0-0.
Woods, who is a sophomore, also
teamed with Rcott to win the men's
doubles, defeating Dick Hudlln, aud
Hiu 5-7, io-8, e n.
Scott defeated the cag.v, veteran
performer, Richard ("Dick") Hud-
lln for the men's singles champion-
ship (1-4, 0-2 (the two-set play was
by agreement). To reach the finals,
Scott had, before meeting Hudlln
defeated four competitors, two of
them in straight love sets.
Ml>" Katharine Jones, senior at
l'rcirie View, was defeated lu tbe
wpnwii'ii finals by Mrs. L. Van
Bumi nationally ranked No. 3, by
a JCoip of 6-1, 8-4.
fjtfcs .Mies did gain a measure
of reienge, when she teamed with
Scott to whip Hill and Mrs. Van
Bnrci: in the mixed doubles, 0-2,
The P. V. entrants dedicated
their efforts to the late C. W.
Lewk uho gave numerous gangling
youths opportunity for travel and
play, who ordinarily would not have
left, the state. Lewis was Idolized
as the "father of tenuis" in this
section of the country.
jpcott, successor and former pupil
of Leivi?, was national champion in
from a visit in Hondo with her fa-
ther and sister.
Services were held at liackey
Chapel with Rev. William Ellison,
pastor, talking to a well-filled
house. Mrs. Ora Lee Norforfl re-
turned home from Tulsa, Okla-
homa, where she had attended her
mother's funeral. Mrs. Ora Blanche
Williams left for El Paso, after
she had spent three weeks In the
city visiting her sister, Mrs. Mabel
Mrs. Zelma Gafford returned
,Vw <,&er. risltivg lister. Mrs.
Lilan Lttlejobn in iJan AntOolt.
She was accompanied by Miss Car-
rie Summers. Mrs. Blanche Marsh
is on the «ick list, as is Mrs. Etta
WHiiamB. Private Norman Tolllett
is vlBitlng bis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest Tolllett. He la stationed
at Nashville, Tennessee.
Private Dan Franklin of Camp
Swift, Texas, visited his mother
over the week-end. He was accom-
panied by a friend. Mrs. Banks
White and daughter, Lotlile, went
to San Antonio on a shopping tour
to complete their fall wardrobe.
Mrs. Bessie Dimery has returned
Mrs. W. H. Leonard, Miss Davis,
and Miss Hattle Davis of San An-
tonio stopped by to see Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Illackwell Inst Wednes-
day. Mr. ai(d Mrs. Lander Black-
well and C. B. McCarty motored to
Beeville on business last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Hodge spent
Friday with their slater, Mrs. C.
The Baptist Missionary society
held its first meeting of the year
Oil Monday afternoon. Ml"#. W. J.
Illackwell and little daughter, „„„
visiting relatives In Houston. Cn
B. McCarfr of San Antonio Is visit-
ing his parents before entering tlie
army. Mr. and Mrs. C. McCarty
hail as their guests on Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Blackwell, Mr. and
Mrs. Riley McCarty anil children.
' Matvlh McCarty of San Antonio
spent the "eekond with bin rela-
tives. David Blackwell, a sailor,
spent his furlough with relatives.
Xaitee Beasley, Jesse Beasiey, aud
Sam Blackwell are still on the sick
Is iloiiig nicely following an opera
tlon. Mrs. Wilma Houston Is visit-
ing in Xixon, Texas. L o n n 1 e
Kqow'es spent tbe week-end in San
Slfkate Tred Fuller who was sta-
tioned lu Georgia, is now stationed
in California. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
ScfinliT spent Sunday in Del Rio,
Mas. with Mr. aud Mrs. T. Schul-
ert Hubert Schuler, and sens. "Mr.
iinf lirs. Deal spent the weelf-end
nt^-Del Rio, Texas. Mrs. Grace
Knowing was the guest of Mr#. Ber-
tbi Mae Drake, ber daughter.
(Contlaued from P f« Oct)
:iwatcs have It that two months
will be required to handle tbe cases
already s heduled. with the possl- Tllp Calvary church
blllty of others coming np looming ( services Sunday with Rev.
formed bv witnesses that mobs of
"young white hoodums" had formed
as early as 4 o'clock, In tbe morn-
i Tillman present. The American
i iiMltrlit on the! Baptist association at Corpus
An Interesting sidelight on we
was well attended. Mrs.
rVda was to he found in offlcin.
c<mH records that reveal that al-
• touch Negroes were the victims of
Trlbate of American-born and
'ereloped Fascists, most otthe d*
Chrlstl was well attended. Mrs
A. O. Marshall, Othello Shaw, Mrs.
Xnna Barefleld, Mr. and Mrs. Ern-
est Rydolph and daughter, Louise,
Mrs. Hortense Brown, Mrs. Mary
. , , i„ court cases Ella Brown, Mrs. Eliza Lewis and
Cendants Involved Vp dnuglilers, Mrs. Pecola Johnson,
Mrs. Julia Roberson, Mary Agnes
King, Miss Magdalene Spells were
among those who attended.
Mrs. Dortheria Tillman was tlie
guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary
Johnson of Corpus Chrlstl, to a
birthday party given in her honor.
Miss Hattle Harvey was called to
the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Ceola
Johnson. Prof.. Jessie Adams of
Cucro was the house guest of Prof,
and Mrs. E. E. Ilatcbett. Word
bas been received that Staff Ser-
geant Edward Marshall Is some-
where in England. The Placedo
Busy Bee club was sponsor to an
■ re Negroes. Convictions of Ne-
;roes have outnumbered that of
whites by six to one.
-.dice and brutality toward Negroes,
iught to clear up what he termed
. "nubile misconception" wiHl
statement designed to vindicate the
"from midnight until fi a. m.. the
first eight hours of riot in*, all the
rioting was done l y Negroes. Nat-
urally. there were more nrrests of
Negroes There wrs no substantial
group of white rioters until after-
The commissioner added that 2--
whlies were injure-: '.n the outbreak
n8 contt&S'.od to- 110 a
. comparison nblch l:t Ocearet
v,c significant. He k° ral<1
that to his knowledge, "white men
look no part In the raiding of stores
in th« lilac!: belt.''
hoy. noracc A. White, relig-
lors lc.!'lc- here, denounced the po-
;!cc f. >v their ineptitude (luring the
•oaflagraUvn end said ii* « —
ing meeting at Mt. Zion church.
Rev. Alien delivered the sermon.
F. A. Shropshire sang a solo at
the home-ccining meeting at Mt.
Zion church at Edgar. A number
of old people at the church are
still very active in church work.
Kelcy Chapel A.M.E. church pre-
sented the Moore-Field gospel sing-
ers In a program on Friday night,
August 6. C. P. L. Lowery was
mistress of ceremony, and the re-
ceipts were 122.31.
NOT IN FLORIDA, BUD
By The Associated Nerro Presa
PEXSACOLA, Fla, — James
Thrash, who operates a beer tav-
ern In a Negro nelgliliorhood here,
last week paid $25 and costs to
learn that even if be favors democ-
racy he can't practice It In l'ensa-
cola. The fine was assessed follow-
ing a trial on charges that he per-
mitted Negroes aud whites to down
a mug of beer together at his place
HARLEM RIOT CENSORED
By The Associated Negro Press
LONDON—Not until Thursday
did London newspapers receive re-
ports concerning the Sunday riots
Mrs. Gertrude Johnson left for
visit of two ironths to the west
coast. She was honored with a
party on Saturday night, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Jef-
ferson, 183d Dawson street. Mrs.
Johnnie Jefferson was hostess. A
West End Baptist church held
services at the usual hours on Sun-
day, with Rev. W. M. Johnson at
his post and preaching a fine ser-
mon. A number of visitors were
present. R. G. Knowles, a resident
of California, is here on business,
and visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary
Knowles, and friends. Mrs. Arllla
Thomas lias returned to the city
after spending three weeks In Cali-
Private Bell was called home fol-
lowing tbe death of his father, and
bas returned to camp here. Priv-
ate Andrew Grant, stationed at
Kelly field, is now on his furlough,
at home with his wife and daugh-
ter. Rev. M. J. Fyles spent Sun-
day 111 San Antonio.
i Mrs. Enoia Taylor is on the sick
| list but is some better. Mrs. Gus-
sie Dihrell and sister, Mrs. Cora
llolloway, spent Monday in San
Antonio, shopping. James Drake
Pattua ot He Allan. Tax
it last week with hia moth
er.jMl*. rx>ijR Pettus. Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Johnson of Son Antoala are
visiting bis mother, Mrs. Hester
Johnson. Mrs. C. A. Houston of
San Antonio spent the week'-end
with her sister, Mrs. Anna Spencer.
1'rliate First Class Llnnie Houston,
JrH of California, was the guest
last neek of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bhelton. John fates and Steve
Bailey of Gnireaton are back In tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Klnner, Jr.,
* j•&«.. Li.-,. ami M.'S J*SSS?
Klniicr, Sr., of Taft, Texas, spent
the week-end in the city. Mrs.
Ethel Bankhead and nephews of
San Antonio were guests last week
ot her father, E. L. Lewis. Miss
Ennnii Williams died at ber home
here Sunday, with funeral services
being held on Tuesday.
pjilbert Banks of Corpus Christ!
Jk* the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Conaie Raudon. Mrs. Allen Odem,
ami family returned last week to
Abilene, Texas. Mrs. Dora Jones
and daughter of Corpus Christ! are
spending a week with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ferryman. Mrs.
Ida Donglaa spent last Monday in
Ala,—Taskegee Institute will
send a group of yoang women
te compete In the national sen-
ior women's A. A. U., track and
field championships whirh will
be held at Cleveland, Ohio, Au-
Members of the Tuskegee
women's track and field team
have been national A. A. I'.,
champions for the past six
They have won the national
indoor A. A. I'., championships
which were held in Atlantic
City, New Jersey, in 1941.
The team, this year, does not
promise to be as strong as other
great teams which the institute
has sent North, athletic offi-
Miss Celia Mae Thompson bas re-
turned home after sending the
week-end in San Antonio with her
sisters, Mrs. Amanda King and
Miss LiUie Harrison. Erie Reed
and Barber Devers spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Conner returned
from San Antonio last Saturday.
Mis. Olle Jacob has returned borne
after spending the week-end la Se-
gutn at the convention.
of the Little Dixie league, Tuesday
afternoon, at Pittman-Sulllvan dia-
mond, 6-0. Howard ("Poppa")
Spencer was behind the plate for
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson and'
son accompanied by Eniiuett Lock-
ett were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. George Jobnson at Vic-
toria, Sunday. Mrs. A. L. McNary
of San Antonio spent the week-end
here with friends and accompanied
her husband bome after completing
tbe reconstructed building at Mt.
Miss Lillian Mosely has return-
ed bome after spending a delight-
ful three weeks visit with ber
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Avant. Miss J. E. Enoch returned
to her home in Corpus Christl after
spending a week with relatives and
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown
and daughter, Mrs. Nickerson of
Houston, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Brown and family,
home with her mother aud aunt;
Mrs. Irene Wade and Mrs. Juanlta
White. James M. Lawson, Jr., and
sister of San Antonio, are spending
a while with their grandmother,
Mrs. S. Norris.
Mrs. Eunice Springs visited bet
grandmother, Mrs. Foley In Hal.
lettsville. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith,
and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Was-bins-
ton, were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Lott. on Thursday.
James Phillips and children. Lowell
and Llllie Mae of Houston were
visiting here with Mrs. Susan Mur-
ray and family. Mr. and Mrs. New-
ton Ferryman of San Antonio spent
a while with the L. P. Perrymam
family. Mrs. Mary Ferryman re-
turned home with them. Mrs. B.
L. gullivan is spending a while
with her sister, Mrs. I. N. Sullivan.
MISSIONS BELL T0NITE
The potent Black Missions will
play the fast Bell Furniture com-
pany baseball team, tonight, at
8:30 o'clock, at Tech field.
BLUE GOOSE GRILL
1606 West Commerce
GOOD EATS, BEER, COLD DRINKS
"It's Always Cool in Summer"
GEORGE GILMORE. Prop. MRS. HELEN *DAMS, Manager
J. A. James
614 S. Polaria Ken. 3661
W. H. Leonard's Pharmacy
"THE STORE OF SERVICE"
Prescriptions, Drugs, Toiletrlea
701 S. PINE STREET
Rev. Allen-It l>ack at bis post of
duty after spending some time with
bis relatives. Mrs. George Mae
Holmes hns Joined Pilgrlui Rest
Baptist church. Rey. nn<l deflcioM "ic'e course was served.
jr<rs a- - «• -
Shropshire, motored to Yoakum and
Ciiero, TexaR, to visit relatives, and
seat oa to Edgar to the home-com-
members of Jacob Chapel Methodist
church, choir cumber two, and Is
well known lot ber sweet singing.
DR. EDW. B. RUM
Alamo Jewelry Co.
209 Alamo Plaza
| 228 Goliad G-4882
ESQUIRE SMOKE SHOP
623 EAST COMMERCE
In The Heart of Things With The Bc;t
In Shoes Shined, Cleaned
Cigarettes, Cold Drinks
Icy Cold Slice Watermelon
THE ALAMO BURIAL ASSOCIATION
Offers the public loyal protection and dependable Insurance.
; ud a representative wilt call and furnish Information.
GARLAND SPEAKER, Pres.
•Hi LITE OAK
:t I.it. JAR
NO. 1 CAN
PET or CARNATION
TTAIX CANS *'
LKB, 7 POINTS jgg -grj
LOIN CHOPS, 1$ FT9 . IA 34c
BA r* A M SLICED BREAKFAST—DECK- 1A **
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U. S. Impeded Type A.
SE LEtTED RiT'IcT
FIRM FRl'IT. LB.
Green Beans t^"^??L25c
Colorado Cobbler For All
California leeberu, l*arge, Firm
Cooking Purposes—S LBS. 4
Crisp Heads—.">-I)oi. Size. Eaeh A (JC
MAXWELL HOI SE
NO. 1M GLASS
f.-o ' V '^r<w\
A medicine you all know and have
used for many years. Bo aure you
ret fienh good*. Order direct from
the laboratory. Juat send a penny
post card end we will ehlp at jnoe
with postage paid. •
DEALKRH WF.XGMED. ... it
you have ever eoM anything, eend for
H dozen bottles &. "CHEROKEE" M>f
see how It sells with 100 per - -n
repeat orders from your cuetomeea
MM Mala AT*. IM Aattsl*
HOI R CHANGES: Oped 1 P. M. to 12 Midnight Daily, and
I nUi 1 O'Ciock Saturday Nights in Compliance with State L«w
Floor Show Sunday Night 10 O'Ciock
DINE AND DANCE
509V2 Commerce St. R-31163
FISHER & TEASE, Props.
San Antonio, Texas
I COULD TELL A STORY
They say #n army travels on its stomach, but an army has
to be housed, too, to say nothing of a navy and m: ne
corps And, when you increase all three fo several mil-
lions in two years, that calls for a lot of building I
could tell a story about that, but it's a military sec-
ret new Surely your new house can
wait till American csrpentors help
win the war so you can live >n
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