San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1954 Page: 4 of 12
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IT'S THE LAW
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(N'OTK: This column Is preput-J
wi'Jer the tupervialon of the .Stat.;
Bar of Texas and distributed as a
r i»Iic t>er\l<e by the lawyers of Texas
r. ery effort is made to Insure that It
iv !e» ts an accurate Interpolation of
tb* law as applicable to ths state 1
RIGHT OP WAY VARIES
MISUNDERSTANDING o f
■*" simple driving pules by
numerous motorists is oue fac-
tor which j'laifs Texas right at
thf top in number of traffic
deaths. Possibly the most mystifying
o/ all traffic rules to the ar&rage
driver an those relating to "right
#f way" at an intersection.
In trying to understand the laws
retculatinif intersecting traffic, it
1* '-est to start off with tlie prenil.se
time all streets are of eyanl dig
nity. legally speaking. Traffic signs
uii-i signals may vary this rule some-
wlinr. but when in doubt It is safest
ft'- .icsuruo that nil drivers crossing
y tir path have a claim to tUe right
or' equal to your own.
i tbrionsly. however, in many
gs- s one driver or the other '.vlll
be legally entitled to the right of
way. When it becomes necessary to
<t»'f'*rmine right of way in a particu-
lar situation, the driver who reach-
the intersection first, or who Is
f 'inir to get there first, is ordinar-
But when two automobiles are
•a equal distance from the inter-
action. that one approaching froui
liie other driver's right normally
fca> the right of way.
*omg intersections are known as
•courtesy comers," having a stop
Sign or a flashing red signal facing
*aili direction of approach. The
flr*r drirei reaching the eormar cad
AMiilng to a complete stop will nor-
mdly have the right of way over
tther vehicles not already in the
Iniersectlon. However, don't depend
fchi much on the other fellow's cour-
tly, and be f?ure to keep a "'proper
lO'-k •>ut" find your car tinder "prop-
At intersections Involving one
through street aud another street
having a stop sign, a driver ap-
proaching the stop sign and coming
to a full stop Is ordinarily said to
bate the right of way over vehicles
approaching on the through street
bur not already In the intersection.
However, this last rule must be
<1: tlifted by saying that you should
a<" proceed, fro** or turn onto the
tin..ugh street until you can do so
without interfering with oncoming
traffic. In other words, if an ap-
proaching car will arrive within the
Intersection before yon are com-
pletely clear, wait Just a little long-
er The same rules apply to enter-
liu a highway from a side road
eoiitaining s stop sign.
Many driven violate the rules
of i ight of way covering left hand
turns at Intersections. When turn-
In^ left, you should always be on
•lie inside (or center) lane, dis-
playing the proper hand signal. You
Oj;"t allow all cars coming from the
•pposite direction, already in the
Intersection, to pass through before
ftompletinf your turn. Even when
p** intersection Is cleared, do not
proceed unless other oncoming traf-
fic is far enough away to be able
to see your sigusl aud alow dowe
to allow you to turn with safety to
Stay in the inside lane until your
left hand turn is entirely complet-
ed. aud only then move fraduslly
over to the right-hand lane if
you wish. When turning right, stay
in the right-baud laue at all times.
Du not awing into the center laue,
as to do so is unnecessary, uulswful
Many detailed rules aud sug-
gestions for safe driving are in*
eluded in the official "Texas Driv-
ing Handbook" which Is available
to any person requeatiug same from
the Texas Department of Public
Hafety, Drivers License division,
This column, based on Texas law,
la written to Inform—not to advise No
person should ever apply or Interpret
any law without the aid of an attorney
who knows the facts, because the facts
may change the application of tiie
A Pain in the Neck
UE gives ine a pain in tlie
■"■neck." We've all said it at
oue time or another. And it :
can literally be true. A boring!
person can give you a pain in!
the neck. In spite r.f tlie discomfort,'
pain tins Its good points. It Is a
warning that something U wroa*
The Iwre causes yon pain because,
in pretending an interest you don't
h»v», you tense your ohoaldor sad
neck muscles forcing yourself to
pay attention to htm. Perhaps you
can't run away, but at Least you
can shift position and try to re-
lax. No pain should be Ignored. It
Is a danger signal from your nerr-
<MM tTtrm — a warning of dlseue.
Injury, Infection, or an emotional
I'ain can help your doctor find
out what is the matter with you.
He wants to know where the pain
Is most Intense, where It spreads,
whether It Is constant or oa and
off, what seems to stop It, and fi-
nally what It feels like. The last
question Is the hardest to answer.
Two people will describe the same
pain very differently.
The doctor can put the answers
to these questions together with
his other observations and make a
diagnosis, but you could go far
wrong trying to figure out your
own trouble on the basis of pain.
Pain doesn't always come from
where the trouble Is. Heart trou-
ble can cause shooting pains in
the left arm. The gall bladder can
make your shoulder hurt. Some dis-
eases of the tongue cause earache.
A headache can come from the ef-
fort to hold your temper wlieu you
The amount of pain you feel Is
no sure sign of how serious tlie
trouble is. A. severe Injury, for ex-
ample, may cause a state of shock
which numbs the senses. You might
suffer more lying In bed with a
broken leg than from the immedi-
ate pain of the break.
Once It has given its warning of
trouble, pain U useless to you.
There Is no value in being a mar-
tyr about It. Continued pain only
MISSION PLANNING BOARI) The planner) of ths first annual
crusade of tlie City-Wide Juniiir mission are shows la the above picture
, The crusade will open on February 4 and contlaua through February 7
with meetings being held at West Kud Baptist church, the He* J A
. Keinple, pastor.
In the picture, left to right, they are, front row: Ml* lola Jordan
I recording secretary; Mrs. Minnie I.ee C'tiuuingiiuu, financial secretary
Mrs. Uorothy Wilson, second vice president: Mrs. Hubr If* Meirl-
I weather, first Tics president.
' Second row: Mrs. W. J. Johnson, musical rtlrsrltma "mm N. m
Christopher, social chairman; Mrs. Mahie Itoberson, president- Mrs
i Zelma Brooks, treasurer; Mrs. Joyi* Bichardsoa, wwanotidin*'secre-
tary; Mrs. Goldle Patton, executive secretary; lira. Dorotbv Johnson
chaplain; Mrs. Charles Ktta Ulvens. superrlsor. '
Third row: Mrs. Bubble Campbell, ways and uaans diainuuu - Mrs
Minnie B. Norman, membership co-chairman; Mrs. TllUe Yates 'mem-
bership chairman; Mrs. Blanche Alien, program ehalmaa' Mrs. f/»is
Johnxou, stewardship chairman; and Mrs. Kvelya Anderson oroeram
Br FKEDDYB 8. HENDERSON
For ths Associated Negro Press
UTILITIES VS. VANITIES
Many men who once considered
toiletries and cosmetics as "sissy
stuff" now find themselves deter-
mined users of one kind or another.
Perhaps some nieu were Introduced
to toiletries through gifta, but now
a sizable number go out and buy
the goods for themselves, a fact
which suggests that there li greater
acceptancc of toilet articles by men
Indeed, in the billion dollar toi-
let goods Industry, men's toiletries
represent »100,000^)00 n figure that
1« not exactly negligible. The num-
ber one seller in this category is
shaving lotion, but the use of deo-
dorants made especially for men
has doubled In the last four years.
Oue source reports that there seems
to be a "bright future for colognes,
If men are educated to nse them
properly." Body powder has long
teen a masculine favorite.
Although a great many people
have not yet accustomed themselves
to the idea of powdered, sweet
smelling escorts, the ldcn of toilet-
ries fc»r men is not by any means a
new one. Louis XIV waved many
a perfumed handkerchief around
the France of his day.
Actually with men, as with wom-
en, some cosmetics are now regard-
ed as utilities Instead of vanities
(would be wonderful If the tax
people would be so convinced), aud
discreet use is very much accept-
able. Of course with men, as with
women, too much can be obnoxious,
only more so.
So our hat Is off to the men. To
them we say go on and use your
cosmetics, but use restraint. I.et
tlie girls look and be sweet, aud the
D. C. Attorney V
Named to Federal
By tha Associated Negre Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney Ju
Ha P. Cooper, former attorney-ad'
vlser for the Office of Price Stab-
ilisation here, last week was sworn
111 a* a member of the legal staff
of the general services agency here.
A graduate of Howard university
law school, Attorney Cooper served
with the OPA from July IIWl to
Marcb 19S8. Since theu she has
l>een a practicing attorney In the
District ef Columbia.
Other positions which she ha*
held Include that of assistant reg-
istrar at Fayetteville State Teach-
ers college la North Carolina and
teacher at Chestnult high school In
While In the law school at How-
ard. Mrs. Cooper was the recipient
of the Jessie Smith Noyes Founda-
tion scholarship for llt-tft-61, nnd
was elected chief Justice of tlie
court of peers, law student aovern-
lug body of the university.
In announcing tho appointment
of Attorney Cooper, Edward IT.
Mansure, administrator of general
services, said she Is well qualified
for the position. He said lw part:
"Our program, In keeping with
President Eisenhower'* wishes, calls
for the employment of eligible jier-
sons to whatever positions they
Negro Nsmed <
Head Clerk in Chi
Br tha Associated Metre Pre**
CHICAGO—Jame* T. Coeper,
well-known t'iilragoan, lad
week was named bead elerk la
the Chicago water department.
The appointment represented
tlie first time a Negre has he-
roine the clerical head ef a
department In Chicago.
Cooper, who la nationally
luiewn as the asdslant secre-
tary ef the Elks, ha* served
in his department for 4T yean,
being a dean among civil serv-
ice employees ef the elty.
The announcement was made
by James J. Jardbte, water
PKID'iF, JANUARY ft, MM
Boys Club, Unit 3,
Coal of 1,000
tral State college here, received
her doctor of philosophy degree in
physical education at commence-
■ueut of Ohio Stale held in Decem-
ber. She wrote her doctoral dis-
sertation on a "Study of the In-
formational Needs of Cellege Wom-
en Sports Spectators."
are qualified. Mrs. Cooper meets
the high standards *et by our de-
partment under the reorganisation
program. We eipect her to fill her
n»w post with honor aud credit to
With new membership enrollment
month In progress at all units of
Saa Antonio Boy* club*, It baa
keen announced that the member-
ship goal let for Unit Three le
1.000 boy*, and that It Is Ihe de-
sire of the directors and the staff
to euroli at least BOO of these boys
during the month of January,
Membership In the club Is open
to all boys between the aces of 3
Joseph Ford, director of Cnl6
Three, left,"last week, to attend n
two weeks' training Institute at
Valentine Boys club in Chicago, 111.
This institute, designed to bring out
the latest techniques In Boys club
operation, will be attended by mile
directors from throughout the na-
The club Is open dally from 4 to
# o'clock, Mondays through Fri-
days, aud, on Saturdays, from 1 IS
uoon to 6 la tlie evening.
All boy* are welcome to attend
Famous Reader and Adviser
OUtera may Mf that (bey are auperior, but my
reputation la Saa Aateale apeak* for itself. i am not
■ — a Gypsy. Ne Butter what your hope, fear, or ambition
may be, I ran point out the path te success and happiness. All who
are unlucky, or dissatisfied should »ee me today. |>o net welt until
it is tov late.
Hours 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday 10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
Take Highland* hue, get eff at Ai**w aad Lavaca, walk H block
north ef fire station en Water aire*.
611 WATER STREET
Other officers who were not able
to lie present were Mrs. Gwendolyn
Browning, pianist; Mrs. Catherine
llarcee, assistant secretary; Mrs.
Ethel Evans, historian; Mrs. Chris-
tine Coleman, co-chairman of the
ways aud means committee; Mrs.
C. L. Dilwortb, chairman of the
City-Wide Foreign Mission hoard;
Mrs. Marie M. McClure, oo-ohair-
uian of the social committee, and
Mrs. Marjorle King, personal serv-
weakeus resistance and turns pleas
ant people into complaining neu-
rotics. Any pain which can't be
explained by a known injury or
disease, and which doesn't go away
ill a reasonable length of time,
should be investigated by your doc-
ice committee chairman.
The election ef effleers end the
making of the picture took place at
Shlloli Baptist church,,the ttev. 8.
B. Steward, pastor. '
Mrs. liaitle L. ■. Williams, pres-
id«ut of the National Baptist Jun-j
lor Women's conveatloa of Amerl j
ca, will be the guest speaker dur-
ing the crusade, wCf Mrs. Earncs-
tlue Smith of SegiOa, Texas, will
sing during the four-day meeting.
The Christian Ptayer band will
meet in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
.Slngletnry, 3018 Ne+ada street, Sat-
urday night, Jaa. 2,1. The group
will also visit Mrs. Edha King, 134
Dawson street. "
CentralState Worn an
By the Associated Negro Press
WIMJEKFORCE, Ohio—Mrs. Vi-
vian Floyd Le wis, in charge of the
physical education division of Cen-
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