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THE DETROIT miTADI A I D APC A NON - PARTISAN
TRIBUNE S LUi 1 UKIAL l NEWSPAPER
aeirrittSS^rtbujie
yrirttrt ».> <y <1 M-riiSSL^w
Mitfrul a* second class matter a*, the Post Office At Detroit.
Vichigaa Voder the Act of -March L 1579.
Term* of Subscription vFa* aMe In advance'
fa,. >(».» ft :.S f \ month*. 1100. three month*. 61V; foreign sub
; ip:.ons, |2 25 a year
j Edward McCall. Editor iharles Mosley, General Manager
V K. Mov'all. Advei tising Manager
- THE HAND OF DESTINY
Senator J o>o pi: Robinson, of Arkansas, majority load or
of the r S Senate, who was* dated to receive an appoint
ment t' the Supreme t'ourt in the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Assiviate Justice Van Devanter. has pass
ed from the scene cf the American political stage forever.
He was s staunch supporter 'f the Roosevelt Administra
tion. but in his > c. col red citizens at large will have
little cause for g es. for Senator Robinson's political rec
ord shows that ho c.s unsympathetic toward the welfare
of our ne ’do.
It w;,< Sfnatot Joseph Robinson whom the proponents
of the 1 « ■ Ant’-Ttyrching Hill considered the most for
midable barrier to the passage of the measure; for it was
in his power'to c.\o priority to other legislation before the
derate. -o that the Anti-I.ynohinp Hill, which already has
a stiff:, t ’turn', or of supporters to pass it in the Senate,
might be bold in the background nnt’l the present session
of Congress came to a close
Asa member of the C S Supreme Court. Senator Rob
son. in all kelihood. would have been unfriendly toward
\ it a! cases . n ugh. before that tribunal, in defense of
V CTO right*.
In m > ways. Senator Robinson was a great statesman
a great Amor car.-he belonged to the old school
. ’ Sou: tta.i.t.on and cihi not possess that broad spirit
t olcrar.c .. \! ii mo. vaev which progressive statesmen*
the pt -. •* .1 s'- Id posse's. No Afro roar. who i<
. bra 1 and : 1 r. : n* erot gh to th nk of Negro citizens
- -.am., n ' e’t* - wh o are ent tied under the Constitution
•a ccive the - ;mo. dcg-ce of p*- section and justice guar
-1 t c: c’*s of gh r racial groups, is not qualified to
• c' '..l - ot.'.ce We therefore have cause to
o t t - the death >f Sc-. Rot user, the hard of des
cd :ts part and interceded in interest of the Ne
-t .• .o - ion*, t ; . *w as heft for a colored hotel
• f . r .. ... or that Senator Robinson.
a It. i \e in the fight' to push
K ' -. . p -op -ed court reform, plan.
A PATRIARCH PASSES
\\ -at •’• i «an - r. tion to every lawyer and
t • •• V. h va* the high esteem, in
V y K ert W.of this city, was
* c I'cc.g ' *t the legal profession.
♦ : ... -of our c:t,v. countv. and
W
A- ' . • i t f .-era! riles of this eoi
• ...' -• • . ..: .S*. end Faptfs: Church Tues
—at v t rue m. >t prominent w hite
■ : ‘he commonwealth. They
—i ■ •.. • • ■. t -g t then c.tire ns who knew
\Y ». Michigan’s dear, of law
e- .* ’ N t to ate from the law Schools
I*. C w 1 .*» . o ; a ».. bT »* !' .
ii - * ' v v.ikt :.. figure The place
•. ' f n r * professor, and in the hearts
* ' * M «*>• a•• -gh he r.evtr became a judge.
• u*• t :> Negro lawyers of Michigan
to c • t the w rk : winrrg new cases ar.d new
trier a-. .• - me ••••' r more rs their r.urr' er shall ev
’" “ ' ■' K:c * udge*h:p.
CAN WE STAND CRITICISM?
* • T- and. ..g t. f New York City, ere of America’s
utstand/g surge •> a-.d 1 ruin specialists, opened a
roao.s.dt attack upon certain phases of alleged inade
uate - ta • am ng yur * group in Detroit.
..ir rg his *d it'* de ivered at the opening session of the
h* A. A. C. 1' cmwe-t.cn recently held in this city. *
The crit.cisr. has drawn fire from certain local physi
»r.s ar i hospital* a-i a statement in answer to Dr.
right's charges has been issued to the press this week.
’ he statemer:. however, was not released to the Tri
ne. Wa* it because the Tribune, in its. last w eek’s is
.c. published portions of Dr. Wright’s address, along
: other news reports of the N. A. A. C. P. proceedings?
e hope not. ,
A: any rate, it isjiifficult to keep news from a progres
i newspaper. though efforts be made to stifle its
ce by trying to collapse its journalistic lungs.
W« believe Dr. Wright, as a physician and an American
tizen had a right to express his convictions in his address,
though he may have been misinformed in some of his
atements. We also believe we had a right to print
veerpts from his speech which we published as news,
and not our personal convictions.
Furthermore, we are convinced that constructive criti
m is more helpful than harmful; for it aids individuals
well as institutions to make improvement and progress.
When criticism is just, we should take it on the chin and
'fit by it. On the other hand, when we are unjustly
ticised and condemned, the wise thing to do is to show
.r critics that they art wrong.
FLINT. MICH.
(Contlnied from Pa gt SI
on last wpfk and ia reported much
Improved Mre. K. Williams of
Sginaw. Michigan suffered lacera
tion of the right arm but la now
improved and will aoon return
home,
R. 0. Chandler, a popular cltl
len and alao one of Flint'* promi
nent undertakers, wa* elected
delegate to the X. A A. C. P tn
Detroit la*t *eck. and drlecate
to the Shrine Lodge *hich will
convene in Cleveland. Ohio next
week.
i versos mtm mr cm urn
The service* Sunday were high
' Ijr impressive, from every point of
view. The attendance wa* very
goM. The power of the Holy Spi
rit was the leading agency in the
spiritual administration of the ser
vice The choir, as usual, filled
it* place with high rraise from the
worshippers They sang with the
spin: and with understanding
the paster, choir and congregation
, preached a stirring sermon on the
.'s:ih?ect: "The Two Counsels".
Hi* message was practical and
delivered with much force.
Sunday afternoon at 5:00 p m
the pator. choir and congregation
worshipped with New Zion Baptist
Church Rev Aiken was present
ed by the pastor Rev ,t s Arnold
and given charge of the service
Rev Aiken asked his choir to ren
der a selection, after which he pre
sente 1 Rev ,t Mack, paster cf
Macedonia Baptist Church, who
rreaehed the sermon The service
wa* very gvd
Saturday, duly 1° h marked 'he
beginning of our Bar-B-Que sales
We were very successful ar.i ex
pvet ta ccrtinue to se’,l at least
r.ce each week on the church
c- 'itr Is 5’S: John Stree"
"fda> Ju'.v ::*h. Chvken P‘.»
• • * v' J F F ■ w: he dr,
sale Vs K Ta "ham. clerk
RFTHFI \. V. r. niIRCII
Rev o F Green, pastor, preach
ed an irsp- m? serm-n S tn lay to
a w fh'use The choir was
at "s b «• under ’he direr ores*
rd organist V-« Peat •? John-
After marc ,n-
SI £ vmtlM (Dosft WOQpy.j
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THE DETROIT TRIBUNE SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1987
dor the leadership of tho present
pastor anew day haa dawned.
This membership ia reporting that
next Sunday will be their last Sun
j** to worship is the eld building
at 12th and Liberty Street Plana
are being made to start wrecking
the old building and begin work on
a basement for anew church. Rev.
M. K. Rhonenee, pastor of Quinn
Chapel A. M. E. Church, congre
gation and choir are Invited to
worship at Bethel M. E. Church
at 5.00 p. m. Sunday. July ISth.
ST. JAMES f. M. E. ('KI RCH
Rev. I}. M. Full wood, preached
an inspiring nermon which waa ap
preciated by hi* congregation and
visitors. Rev. Full wood is doing I
splendid work for his people. His
wife Is faking active part in the
work of the young people.
BLACKWELL A. M. E. ZION
The newly appointed pastor.
Rev. Miller, preached a very in
spiring sermon to a well filled
house which was enjoyed by all.
The chotr rendered beautiful mua
ic
VNTIOCH BAPTIST CHTRCH ,
Rev. J. Sharp, pastor, preached]
a soul s’irring sermon to a well,
filled house and the choir sang
many beautiful songs This pas-;
tor is well loved by his members
and friends.
GALILEE BAPTIST fIII'KCH
Good services all day Sunday
were reported. Rev C. W. Wat
k:r.s. pastor, preached a heart
felt sermon both morning and ev
ening to a packed house. The
choir rendered impressive singing,
which was apprecia’ed by all pre
sent
sHUOH BAPTIST CHTRt H
Rev. C XV. James, the builder
and pas’or rs this beautiful
j church, rreached an inspiring ser
mon Sunday morning which was
enjoyed by all present. This
choir also rendered wonderful ser*
v r t.i a full house
MT. OIIAF BAPTIST CHIRCH
This fc church reports crea* ser
vers all day Sunday. Rev E. J.
Ttmmor.s. pastor delivered a won
vle fu! aermon to a packed house
This church is making splendid
r-'gress under the leadership of
"h<* p-tsrnt paster. Many beautl
* seres w,re rendered by the
RIVER ROUGE
<Ry DANIFI NEFSOMI
Young Valois Fulmer Post No
54 held it* annual election Sa'ur
day r:cht at which time the fol
lowing officers were elected: P S
Xeusom. commander; Mitchell
Powell and Samuel Mannings, vice
commanders. Ernest Reynolds,
adjutant; John Sewell, finance of
ficer; Moses Hooks, chaplain
The commander elec: is asking
all members to be present at *he
n-x* regular meeting which ;s the
second Saturday night in August
Mrs J I Thomas. Miss Oif.a
White and George Swails of Te
•roit were visitors In River Rouce
Sunday.
Mrs Ella Crump of Kn'xville.
Tern ho* been in the city visiting
her d.iuch'ers. Mrs Edna ?«!ar.n
:ncs. I*2 Visger road and M*s
Annie Lcve. 550 Helfcrd
Mr and Mrs Mark Barr.-« of
554 Folk s'reet are the happy par
ents cf a fine baby girl. M ’her
ar.d baby are doing nicely.
Hamtramck
Bj Pauline- Raspberry and
Hiram Crawford
N
Better Relations Leagae Takes
First Step
The League For Better Relations
met Monday night. July 12. at 8
o'clock, at 12050 Lumpkin street.
Representatives were present from
Conant Gardens. North Detroit,
i Northern High Section and other
(communities of this locality. Many
current problems were discussed.
The flrst problem which the Lea
gue will investigate will be to de
termine why the school board re
fuse* to hire colored graduates who
are qualified to hold the jobs.
I Information was secured from n
I member es the Hamtramck Belf-
Respeet League that on meeting
with Mr. Kopka. superintendent of
| Hamtramck Public Schools, he was
(asked to hire some colored girl In
j the school. Supt. Kopka told the
group to bring in some efficient j
girls and said he would try to place I
| them.
The names of four capable girls
were presented to him. but Mr '
Kopka. it i* claimed, argued that
our people are not reliable. He 1
cited the following example;
’ Take Mr. Ringo, for illustration. ■
He had been hired for years by the
School Board and when they need
ed hint most, he rave up his job
for a political one ”
Mrs. Elnora Booth. 254 Polk
street was a delightful hostess to
six distinguished guests at a din
ner party Sunday night. The
party included Mrs Rochelle Davis.
Mr. and Mrs J. D Walthall. Dr.
and Mrs Wilson cf Detroit and
Miss Cla-i Miller, the honored
guest.
After ielicious refreshments the
party enjoyed a joy ride to Belle
Isle.
Little Fannie L Maddox is spend
ing two weeks a? summer camp
Funeral services for the late Mrs
Lilas Jones were conducted Mon
day norn.
Mrs. Hsttle Choice died Instantly
at her home 430 Polk street. Mon
day. evening. July 12.
Funeral services were recently
conducted for the late W M. Sand
ers cf 415 Holford street.
At th# meeting of the Women's
Lite-ary club last Wednesday ev
ening ;be following officers were
elected: Mrs. Ni*a Neusom. assign
ee Mrs. Sus:e Yates preisdent,
Mrs.' H'Cks. vice president Mrs
N:r.a Williams, secretary, Mrs
Amelia Walthall, treasurer
Mrs Clara Miller of 530 Polk
avenue will leave for an extended
s’ay in New York ci’y. Sa'urdar.
July 17.
The winter xnj spring term* fer
’h* Nortb.rup evening school came
tr a close last Thursday evening
In appreciation of the interes"
tr.azifea'el a pa-tv waj> tendered
the student* by the 'eachers. Mrs
Erjna Carter. Mrs Clara Vi ler
Mrs Nellie May. John Roa-h and
Miss Gertrude Chapman, steno*
c-apher At that -ime crocheted
; h'isperads and tableclc-hs were
. given to fourteen students who had
. made then uner the dire.-tlcn cf
1 Miss Clara Miller
! The Women’s Literary club will
give a bazaar and bake sale at 553
Holford street Friday. July ;<5 from
jIJ*. m to 10 p m The proceeds
, will go to the West Bid* Commun
ji’y House The public is invited
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I The League For Bettsr Relation*
says that it is not fair to Judgs the
I whole race by one member, and L
(declares it is going to makeanoth
■ er attempt to get school jobs for
colored girls. The League ask
1 your help.
In this organisation, the yout
and adults shall bo one gtou*
Members will be accepted from tb
age 16 upward.
The next meeting will be held c
July 19. at 12050 Lumpkin stree;
at which time permanent offlcei
will be elected.
AJI subsequent meetings will b.
held at the Tau Beta Community
House, on Hanley street.
The League has Just been honor
ed bv the iffillation of some of
Hamtramck's oldest citlsens as
members, including Mrs. Walker.
3931 Goodson; Mrs. Jackson, 29609
Goodson; also Mrs. Tolliver.
fhnrch News
At the 11 o'clock service. Sunday
July 11. Quinn Chapel A. M. E
church was honored with the pre
sence of several distinguished
guests. Mrs. Mary J. Hendrleth. 1
mother of Quinn Chapel's pastor. 1
was one of them. When called upon
to address the congregation Mrs.
Hendrieth told of her heartfelt!
gratitude to God for granting her
the coveted opportunity to see her
son a successful minister. She is
the mother of nine sons and four
daughters, all of whom are sue- (
eessfully engaged in professional
work.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Harris, mother
of the pastor's wife attended ser
vice also. Her children, too. have
been succesful In their respective 1
careers. Mrs. Cheatham, a milliner
and pianist, one of Detroit's busi
ness women, is one of her daugh
ters. She too. was present. Both
Mrs Hendrieth and Mrs Harris are
vacationing here from their south
ern homes.
Other members of both the Har
*)!• and the Hendrieth families were
present. Honored by the presence
of these very welcome friends and
, relatives. Rev. Hendrieth preached
an excellent sermon, choosing for,
his text: '"But they that wait upon
the Lord shall renew their strength
! they shall mount up with wing* as
eagles; they shall run. and not be
weary, and they shall walk and
r.ot faint."
Notice
St Peters Zion Methodist church
corner of Y'emans and Charest
s'reets. will have a Pew Rally on
Sunday July is at 3 p. m A fine
pregram will be rendered in con
nection with the rally.
Rev. C. M Metcalf, the newly ap
pointed minister of the church has
arranged a new order of service,
placing a time limit on the various
church sendees The tew schedule
is as fcllcws: Sunday School 9:30 —
10 30 s*nic*s 11-12:10 a. m Chris
tian Endeavor 6—7 o'clock p. m.
The Sunday School has planned
a picnic for Saturday July 31. Stu
dents a-e asked to report at 7 a. m.
Buses will leave promptly at 9 o'-
clock.
This church has begun to regis
ter success under its new pastor
in both attendance and finances. St
Peters invites you to its services.
Cab See* Tiles Win
Cab Calloway, famed rhythm
king, and several of his Harlem
maniacs saw the first game of the
double-header played Sunday July
11 at the Hamtramck Stadium. The
Detroit Giants, owned by Mr. Titus.
I local citlxen. played two games a-
gAinst the Kansas City team. The
lolanta won the first game 6-2
|and Kanaaa City took the aec-
I ond by the acore of 8-0. A record
! crowd saw th**# two games
proving July 11 to be Tltua’
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