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DETROITERS HONOR DEAN OF PASTORS The citizens of Detroit front every walk and station of life seent to desire a share in the 23rd Anni versary l'rogram honoring Rev. H. L. llradby, minister at Second Baptist Church. This is the reac tion of a committee which is plan ning a program for Monday. Nov. 13 which will give opportunity for friends other than Second Baptist members to honor this dynamic pastor. The ministry, both white and col orevi; representatives of our Negro business institutions. political leaders, all have indicated their desire to participa e in this pro gram and make it a lining tribute to the one man whose ministry has served this community for 23 con secutivc years. Among the speakers invited and who have indicated their willing ness to have a part are: Acting Mayor John W. Smith. Dr. 11. C. Burr, pastor of the First Baptl.t Church and president of the Detroit Council of Churches: K. K. Car rington, supreme auditor of tin? American Woodmen; Judge Ira W. Jayne and several others. A de lightful musical program has been arranged nd the evening will be one which will long be remember ed by citizens of Detroit nd 'will express their grateful appreciation , to Rev. Hradby. The public is cordially invited and urged to be present at eight o'clock promptly W. C. Woodson. Secretary of the sit. Antoine Branch Y. M C A is chairman of the progrum committee HEIR TC ESTATE SOUGHT IN DETROIT Memphis Property Awaits Robert A. Randall The Detroit Tribune has been askTd to assist ip locating Robert A Randall colored, whose relative. Lillie Holliday died ip Memphis. Tenn., leaving him heir to her estate. A letter from William I), lee, chief ot police at Memphis, ad dressed to the local police commis sioner, reads as follows: Memphis, Tenn. November J. lh.bl. Commissioner of Police, Detroit. Mich. Den* Chief: Will you please consult your city directory or other means of uifor | motion, in effort to locate the nre , sent address of Robert A. Randall. He is supposed to have moved to . i ■m.ftffTr 'I ii i ■ umimnmu Tfctrolt annul lflJfl. This colored man is the only heir to the estate of o”e. Pilll- Holliday, rolored. dc-.en **l. and the administra nrs of her will nre anxious to contact him for some settlement. Please furnish me with anv or all names of any similarity to Robert A. Randall. Robert Randall, ete., that mlKht appear in your city directory. Respectfully vours. (Signedt William I) l-ee. Chief of Police PUBLIC INVITED TO SILVER EXHIBIT A peek into the silver chests of many prominent Detroit families will he granted visitors at the Pe - troit Institute of Art during the month of November When the loan exhibition of antique French, Kng lish and American silver is in progress. Almost six hundred pieces of silver representing the work of every famous American silversmith as well as the work of their famous French and Kngllsh rontempries have been assembled at the Jnsti tute. In addition to the hundreds of pieces loaned by Detroiters, tile exhibit includes the famous Mabel Brady flarvan and the Herbert Lawton collections from eastern museum*. This is probably one of the finest , silver exhibits held in America, said Josephine Walther. associate curator of American Art who lias classified the pieces In the exhibit. "So far as I know, there has never been another exhibit like it. Hero people will see hundreds of beauti ful works which never before have been publicly shown. Prominent Detroit fam'Mes havo cooperated wholeheartedly in muking this ex - hibit a success and I nm certain every one In the city will want to see It.” One of the most Interesting ex hibits is a Queen Anne dressing tablo set. a group of sevent* en pieces made In 1703. The old *st piece In the exhibit dates hack to IS7I. Included In the American ex hibit are works of Paul Revere who. though known to historians for his famous ride Is remembered by collectors for his splendid work as a silversmith. The exhibit is open to the public during museum hours, 2-0 Sunday, 1-R and 7-10 on Tuesday and Fri day, 1-5 on Wednesday and Thurs day and ®— B on Saturday. The only charge is the regular ten cent maintenance fee levied by the city on Sunday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Takes New Charge vlEmL Eriv REV. IV. J. fi. Mcl.IN Several changes have been made In the Detroit area of the Southeast Missouri and Illinois Conferences which met In St. Louis. Missouri last week. Two of the most noticl able were the appointments of R<*v. J. C. Allen, of Mt. Clemons land Rev. W. J. G. McLln of St. 'John C. M. K. Church. St. Aubln and Maple, Detroit, j Rev. Allen was appointed pro siding elder of the Chicago district, which was a singular promotion. Rev. McLln was appointed pastor of St. James C. M. K. Church, cor. Vfnewood and Klrbv, Detroit. Tills transfer, friends say, was a disap pointment to many of the members of St. John, where Rev. McLln formerly pastured. In spite of this, 1 Dev. lel.in goes cheerfully to St. James, carrying out the wishes of his conference. He expressed the desire to see many of his old 1 friends Sunday, Nov. 12. in his. new charge. Other appointments of in terest to Detroiters include; Rev. A. Turner, Central nve.; Rev.A. W. Womack, formerly of Detroit. Champaign Illinois; and Rev. T. .1. Mopplns. Scruggs Memorial, St. Louis. Missouri. Mrs. James Enter tains Ministers Wives The Ahatenjwu League, com poenl of loc il ministers’ wives, was delightullv entertained. Tues day afternoon, Oct. SI, by Mrs. W. M. James. 1542 J Colfax avenue. Af ter the business session, the club was regaled with echoes from the Century of Progress. A delicious repast was served by the hostess. o Testimonial By Detro i t p r Cured \fler 12 Years’ Illness Detroit, Michigan. October Pi. 1933. World Wonder Medicine Cos. Den." Sir: I only wish to say that l have been suffering with my side for (| ‘ji twelve years, and my Neck lor (21 two years. I have had many restless nights. (tn rising in the morning. 1 would feel all 'tired and sluggish, and my mouth would ta-te ha 1. hut « lice I have been taking World Wonder ’ System Builder for weeks all of the above aliments have gone. 1 don’t feel like I ever was sir k: every Doctor that I went to said I had to b cope rated on. hut World Wonder System Builder and World ■ Wonder Massage har removed a 1 ’ pain and I feel that l am a well woman again. I had t t>e operated on, hut World Wonderful Medicine as l feel ii should he recommended. I only wish that every sic k person in the 1 world could get one bottle of this WON I )F. It FPL MKPKINK. I Yours truly Mrs. Kta Huekablo, 2404 Kim wood Detroit. Mich. ((Adv.t BEREAVEMENT Mrs. Carrie- Riley, 45»3 Parke r avenue, was called to Indianapolis Did. Wednesday, by the sudden death of her sister. Mrs. Anna May Walker, of that city. The funeral will occur Friday, Nov. 10. The Tribune Joins with many other friends in extending heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family TIREMAN HAND LAUNDRY Kona It llry and Hat Work Kin Kited. We Specialise in Shirt* mid Collars Mending and Ibtrnlmc Free WORK C A Mil! ll HiK AMI PHIVUUP Ernest Johnson, Prop, olio Tiremnn ART’S GARAGE Cars Washed, Polished and Stmonized—M oto r t Cleaned and Tops Dressed Arthur Besrdon, Prog. 625 BEACON ST., at St. Antoins Onr advertiser* are your friends. Patronise them. They help the Trlbane. WITH THE CHURCHES Presbyterian Church At St. Jolins Presbyterian Church last Sunday morning, the pastor. Rev. J. L. ColematTpreach ed the first of a series of sermons for the month of November on “Foreign Missions.” He said our lack of interest in Jesus' command "Go ye Into all the world and make disciples of all nations,” is probably due to lack of knowledge of missionary fields and problems. In the course o his sermon he gave several arguments for the support of foreign missions and urged tlo* church organizations to lay aside a definite sum yearly to help with this great work. Music was fur nished by the Junior Choir. A great "Popularity Contest” is on in tho Sunday School, sponsor ed by the young people. The one selling the most votes by a certain J date will win a substantial prize. The Hallowe'en party given by tho Willing Workers Club on last Tuesday night at the church, was enjoyed by those who attended. The Ludies Aid Society met, Nov. : 'th and the Non I’areil on Wed j nosday, Nov. Sth., with Mrs. Ward on Northfield uvenue. • — 1 u — —■ Greator Shiloh Bap tist Church, Services last Sunday were ex ceptionally fine. Dr. Ross' sermon was inspirational and very helpful, the subject, “When Prosperity Shall Return.” Ruptizing took place between the hour of Sunday School and Church service. The Joint communion service be tween Metropolitan. New Mt. V. ion and Shiloh was observed with an excellent and inspiring sermon delivered by Dr. A. c. Williams of the* Metropolitan, lie used as his suit'd, "Sweet Injury.” Shiloh is pleased to have Mrs. \ Julia Collins added to its member ship. Mrs. Collins is a daughter of the late Rev. James A. Foster, former pastor of Columbus Street Baptist Church. Montgomery, Ala. In Rev. Foster’s church the Na tionul Raptlst Convention was or ganized. The Harvest Feast, sponsored by the Senior Missionary Society, tor minuted Friday with their pur j pose well accomplished. The pro > grant consisted of ordaining of two: ministers the Ordination Sermon j was preached by Dr. C. K. Askews, of Ml. Olive. Other speakers who | 11,1 ~rt,L,ri,,l‘ Jtei week included Rev. Keighler. of j Peoples Rapt Ist Church; Rev. J. S. i mover, of Morning Star Raptl t Church. Missionary Society of Corinthian and Second Raptlst Churches were represented. The harvest donations were livided among the needy. Second Baptist Missionary The Second Rapid Missionary Circle met at tin* church last week, at the usual time. Old and new business was discussed. A citizens' testimonial program, sponsored by the society of which Mrs. A. J. Rryi.nt is president, will he presented Nov. 13, at K p. m.. at NOW In Your ’Home ... - - CLEMO-O-SAL (Mount Clemens Mineral Salt) The New Bath Salt for MINERAL BATHS IN YOUR HOME Recommended For Rheumatism, Nervousness, Run Down Con dition. Skin Diseases, High Blood Pressure,, Diabetes htc. "Clemo-O Sal" U Made and Packed by MOUNT CLEMENS MINERAL SALTS COMPANY For Further Information Call or write TIIF lIFTHOIT TRIIU NF 2110 St. Antoine, St., Detroit Phone KAndolph 2704 Columbia 2416 Columbia 2416 * Moving Local & Long Distance EXPRESSING o FURNITURE » PIANOS MOVING VANS 5 TRUCKS r ' d 78C I For Lijrht Movin, General Cartage $ FORD trucks 0 % O■■ - Eagle Cartage Cos. Alfred L. CrmsßtU, Mgr. THE DETROIT TRIBUNE Mt. Olive Baptist Church Last Sunday was an inspiring day at Mt. Olive. Dr. T. T. Lovelace secretary of the National Home .Mission Board, preached a stirring sermon, subject "The Fitness of Home." He compared the homes of today with those of yesterday. Pastor Askew was so well pleas ed to see the large auditorium filled that he announced that starting Sunday, Nov. 12, the service will ! open on the hour and turn out at J2:30 sharp. Ail organizations are requested to be on time. Lust Sunday night, tlie senior choir gave an unusual musicale. The Ladies and Mens usher board supported the musicale with sev eral excellent numbers. Sunday, Nov. 12. will be a big day at the church. At 11 a. in. Pastor Askew will preach on "The I Crucifixion,” which is the title of tho masterful painting by a colored artist, which is on exhibition at the church. At 3p. in., tho Choral Club, Prof. Pipes director, will present u special musical program assisted by several choirs. The public .'s invited to hear this rare treat. At S p. rn. (lie junior choir, B. V. P. I', and Sunday School are buying u lovely service. Including songs and short stories. All are welcome. People’s Baptist Rev. Keigler delivered a master ly sermon Sunday morning, his text being Hev. ti:4. At tin* evening service, the l,ord's Supper was administered. A large crowd was present. Sunday. Nov. «*’», will lie Men's hay at tiiis church. On Nov. lit, the Gospel Singers will appear at Peoples Bupt'st Church. On the third Sunday Itev. Keigler will preach nil the subject, ""]’h n Prodigal Son. 1 Tin public is invited. Russell Street Baptist The first anniversary of the Itev. M. P. Parrish’s pastorate, which was observed from Oct, 31 to Nov. 3, was a splendid success. Kacit auxiliary paid trihut's to the pas tor Tributes to Itev, and Mrs. Parrish were also paid by Itev. Oden, of Kin A Solomon's Baptist Church; Itev. J. K. Crouch, Mt. lia.Utlst 4 ytcv, I£. F. Locked t. Corinthian Baptist; Itev. K. North Morning Star; Hev. H. If. Coleman, New Bethel Baptist; Itev. C. M. Howard, Ciilon Bnptist; Hev. J. W. Crawford. Davison Avenue Baptist. These ministers and their choirs attended the anniversary cere monies and participated on pro gram. Itev. Crawford closed the anniversary Sunday afternoon, at 3 o’clock. Pastor Parrish opened his new year’s service last Sunday evening at S o'clock and preached a fine sermon. The senior choir directed by Chorister C. K. Jones, is tneustring lup to a Itigh standard. the church. Mr. Woodson, of the V. M. C. A., will he -taster of cere monies. Saturday. Nov. 11, 1933. Calvary Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 29, at the moruing service, and Nov. 5. at the evening service anew epoch was reached in the life of the Junior choir. They occupied the choir stand and sang as never before. Ruth Jean Hutch ins, the young pianist, distinguish ed herself at the organ and really brought the voluiuo out. It was a delightful surprise to the congre gation. who enjoyed the services, and are eagerly waiting for the Juniors to take the choir loft again. Tho Junior and Intermediate B. Y. I*. L\, as well as senior No. 1 and No. 2, are taking on new life, and have lined up their work for the new church year. Mrs. lluteliins has spared no pains in the training and development of the young people. Tuesday, Nov. 14. will be the Candle Lighting installation of ull auxiliaries of Calvary Baptist. Pastor Muslin stands ready to give the charge to all officers, who ha vo lined up for church work in the new church year. You will miss a * treat, if you miss the service. S. 8. (tally Tito Sunday School rally will close soon. Get in on it. The Ahs and I)ehs have orga nized. Mrs. Charlotte M. Green, the new superintendent, is working hard for I heir continuance. The young people have pledged them selves to go on record this year, and challenge the Ahs and Debs. The recent garden tea was a complete success. The Hed and Blue contest closes Ni> v. IJ, The Pastor’s Aid seniors atu! Juniors are doing their bit to help i the rapid progress of the work. Peace Baptist Sunday, Nov. 5, was a banner day at Peace Baptist Church, with a large congregation present. The pastor, Itev, Lee T. Clay, preached front 1 Cor. 11:24, suit Joe;, “The Broken Body.” On each Sunday, or the past several months Hev. Clay lias preached a series of sermons on the importance and sin redness rtf the Lord’s Supper. In his sermon Sunday, the pastor said itt part: "Inasmuch ns Christ’s hotly was broken for us, we should put God llrst.” The Lord’s Supper was admin-' istered Sunday evening, and the i hand of fellowship was extended to recent converts. This month promises to be full ; of activities. The second Sunday Is Voting People’s Day, and they will Unvc complete charge. The third Sunday will he Woman's Day, with women direct ing; while tile fourth Sunday will Im Men's Day. with men participat ing on the program. To each and all of these services the public is cordially Invited. Mt. Vernon Church Sunday. Nov. r», Pastor Hicks preached a flno sermon from Psalms42::U. Thu dlsvourse wus enjoyed by alt present. A :t p. in. Sunday, th»* covenant meeting was held at the church. Holy Communion was observed Sunday night. Testimonials were also given and proved very Inspir ational. Thursday night. the senior choir R ave an entertainment at the home of Prof, ldvlngstone, 19ft7 Mullett street. Refreshments were served. .Regular prayer meeting services were held Wednesday evening, Rev. Brown directing. Everybody is welcome ut the services. The ladies of the Missionary So ciety hold their meetings every Monday, from 1 to 2 p. m. Mrs. I’. Robinson is president. Come and enjoy the meetings. New Mt. Mariah Baptist Church At the 11:30 morning service. Rev. C. H. Harris delivered a fine sermon, his text was I »iah 1:18 •Tome and talk the matter over with Ood.” At 3 p. m.. the congregation partook of the l<ord s Hupper, which was administered by Rev. Harris. He talked on the IVath of Jesus Christ. Tho church mourns the loss of Mrs. Murtha Ingram, who passed away on Oct. 31. The funeral was hold Nov. 4. Rev. J. S. Hrott. of New Jerusalem Baptist Church, officiating. The deceased is surviv ed by her husband, five sons, five daughters, and many devoted friends. Tho Missionary Society met at tho homo of Mrs. J. A. Coleman, on Hendrle street. Wednesday. Tho Nurses OtllM held their meeting at tho home of Mrs. Ira Lee Steele, <>2o Philadelphia avenue. They will give a fall fashion show at New Moriah, Nov. 23. All are welcome. Our advertisers are your friends. Patronise the*. They help the Tribune. Metropolitan The Metropolitan services on lust Sunday wore deeply impressive. Dr. Williams spoke from the subject, “Tho Cgliest Thing.” The text of which was taken from Luke, 17:17, D**. Williams attempted to show how ugly she selfish minded in dividual is. “There were ten lepers who cauie to the master to be lieai jed and nfter being restored they went on their way rejoicing, only one returned to thank the Master.” Many Illustrations were made to make more emphutlc the sin of ungratefulness. In tho afternoon I)r. Williams apoke at the joint Communion .ser vices at Sliiloh Baptist Church and preached what has been regarded by the congregation as one of the finest sermons of his career, from the subject, "Sweet Injury.” This sermon dealt with the sacrifices which one must make In order ta he a Christian. "Many peoplo think that because they have Joined tiie church they should rocelve a spec ial benefit of the blessing* of God.” Christ suffered in order that we might share with him the bouelltu of his love. Love makes our suffer ings sweet regardless of how dras tic they ntny he. The Communnion service was a distinct note as to what the future churches will do. The congregation was composed of the members of the Metropolitan Baptist, Dr. A. C. Williams, pas tor. The New Mount /lon Baptist Church, Rev. J. 8. Williams, pas tor, and Shiloit Baptist, Rev. S. D. Boss, pastor. By Buell services tho churches will improve in many ways. The minis ters should be highly commended for such a step forward toward the unity of the various churches. Next Sunday morning, Dr. Wil liams will preach from the subject, “Whence, What, Where?” In the evei ing, “Aro You There?” St. Paul A. M. E. St. Paul A. M. K. Zion Church Is progressing in its weekly meetings and Sunday services. The class on Friday evening gives a tine stimu lus to all for the Sunday services. The pastor has been specializing on "Call To Disciple" for three Sun- UNITY MAKES STRENGTH Join TKo Booker T. Wsthington Trodo Association and Houmwlvm - I Co-operate with its members in Stimulating Negro Business. PlwfliL * * jyifri'vC^Bfßi ■ w 4jKX * ) K Jpffiflß fw W? f >» ! *L&*fi£jMm l iaT vTs' _ ' . ftf rfalHyi ’V iNffffc “. ItßysUxluK a ; . ■ =’''-" ■ ■ r ' REV. WM. H. PECK, Gen. President Booker T. Washing ton Trade Association. Clifford 0274 Ry Appointment DR. WM. H. 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This man was a ruler —a man of position, power, authority, known far and near for his great possessions. He doubtless thought these would count In his favor with Christ. Hut the Master gave him to understand that these would not meet the requirements. Another lesson is that morality alone or even keeping the letter of the law would fall in this respect. The tiling required was self-denial; and this thing he refused and failed In what he desired. Sor row, regret and even remorse are inadequate, aleo. Then, ono cannot inherit eternal life. He must win it by self-denial, self-sacrifice, and service to others. Rather than meet theso requirements, many go away ‘‘sorrowfully”, as did tho rich rul er. How terribly sad! days. It has been helpful to all who have heard. Many persons have returned to tho church and souls have been saved at the altar. St. Puul has a goodly number of special workers, in it’s leaders, of ficers, wide uwake choir, and ushers’ hoard. :rdvouliesrs Sk.tL.. Mrs. Hattio Flack, chorister, and Miss Perntilla Flack, itave Just re turned from a weeks visit to Chi cago. where they put on the play “Life's Journey To Heaven," at tin* Walter’s A. M. K. Zion Church. Miss I.tila Waver was one of the special soloist who went from the choir: They visited tho Century of Progress. Mestlames Catherine Sherrill. Odell Watkins, and Graham head tho new Pastor’s Aid Hoard. The Crusaders aro Rtaglng a Popularity contest between Mrs. Molllo Harris and T rs. Izetta Ter ry, Tuesday, Nov Hit. St. Paul welcomes you to all of its services. Office Cherry 0727 Residence: Towniend 6-3547 Charles B. Berry ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 339 Gratiot Ave. Detroit Phone Plan 2874 J. Will Cooper Grand Chancellor Grand Lodge K. of P. of Michigan si:t,<MHM>o ( 111Ini* Paid In 3 years $17,000.00 rash for Protection of llelra 4439 Lillibridgo Ave. Detroit Riggs & Son Service Station FREE DISCOUNT TICKETS ON (IAS Gaa, Oil, Acceaaoriea MILFORD, COR 28TH Phono Randolph 8947 Dr. P. 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The News and Observer in an editorial calls Wal ter White a “clever propagandist” and tries to sow seeds of Jealousy by declaring that North Carolina Negroes wfre not as smart or in telligent as he ami that therefore they could not see the truo mean ing of ills speech. The Greensboro Dally News says tho meeting was the largest and most significant held in recent years and jthen proceeds to try to frighten colored teachers by say ing. “But If there are courts which will take from North Carolina Its right to regulate school affairs, those affairs will he amended.” The High Point N. C. Enterprise calls the N. A. A. C. P. and The Crisis magazine “a racket to get the dollars of North Carolina Ne groes into New York.” All this space in the white presa of the state lias encouraged Ne groes instead of frightening them. They feel that if the white folks are so excited about the state or ganization of the N. A. A. C. P. then It must be a good thing for Negroes. Indications are that tho follow-up criticisms of the white papers have done as much good for the N. A. A. C. P. as the mass meeting itself. Officers of the new state N. A. A. (’. P. conference are I)r. Georgo K. Nightengale, High Point, presi dent; Mrs. Julia Delany, Raleigh; Rev. E. C. Miller. Groensboro; P. S. Escoffery, Durham; C. H. Ham lin, Wilson; and E. C. Starkey, New Bern, vice presidents; Conrad O. Pearson, Durham, secretary; Mrs. Erma Henry, Winston Salem, assistant secretary; E. M. Mitchell, Winston-Salem, treasurer. NOTICE All reporters for the Trlhnne are requested to «end In tlielr news typed or written In Ink, with wide spuclng between linos, and writing on one side of paper only. All names written In long.hnnd should he printed, so ns to cnnble the of fice to reproduce them correctly. MRS. FANNIE PECK, Gen. If Preaident, Detroit Houaewivce League. Lincoln Kitchen 4706-10 Milford Avenue Specialising in Home Cooking Meala Served all Hours E. 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