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DETROITERS CAPTURE CENTRAL REGIONAL BRIDGE TONRNEY
CHICAGO TEAM
CLOSE BEHIND
DETROIT PAIR
Compiling a total score of 123*1.
llri James & Goggias and Dr.
Otis O SwM-t raptured the Central
West Regional Open Pair Bridge
championship Sunday afternoon at
the Fro** Club The tournament
waa under :b*- of th- G •*-
ginett* Contract Bridge Club of
Detroit.
In addition v winning :b* *r>ur.
nament. Mrs G /gins and Dr
Sweet won th** first I-g -_>n ’he
beautiful «*■» !••*- I-oui* Tr pby
which vai put up by the a*«ry.
weight champion T gain perma
nent possession ? he Tophy Any
one pair must win It three times
The tournament was the larg**!
and suf«***rfu. -ver s’iz-l
in the regional »ii«• rV *
groups of players and far.- <am
from Chicago. Cl*v*Und and ►tfcer
nearby towns, to swell ,k e entries
to 88 for the q., i!if>:r.g ound*
Saturday night
Because of *h*ir n*ti>,&*. mas- 1
ter point ra’ir.g*. ?■ -r players
from Chicago— K-..> Br wn L uis
Clay. Leo Benson .m I*->ck A .-n
qualified w.\’; playing Th>
made the t >?a; entry 92
Detroit won orer ’he • bbagoj
team >A J'»hn Hunter ar.: I J
Joan>h by a half me n p . The
third pi e ’earr. A J .1 -rnigan
and r (j P !k finished f -r p nt*
behind —. >:: ..a*!; t
with 119
The ( , i-- ,gd . ~
a good a at*. >:
throughout the • -r* The
Muse- Mari- n * , d’ a *• t.
Wiiliam <”11 rma:. -i i
bar. finished *
ings
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Our tremendous buying power and volume
of business make these bargains possible.
Full Price
1938 Ford (few miles on car) $595.00
1937 Ford 435.00
1936 Ford 340.00 i
1935 Ford . . 225.00
1934 Ford 145.00
1933 Ford 100.00
Model A Fords 25.00
1937 Buiclc . . 425.00
1937 Lincoln Zephyr . . 795.00
All Makes and Models of Cars Sold.
Cash, Credit or Easy Terms. No Money Down
Just Your Old Car
The Sky Is Our Overhead-Be smart save at
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583 East Vemor Highway, at St. Antoine
Phone CLIFFORD 4440
Cars Washed, Polished, Simonized, while you wait.
Towiaf service. Keep this Advertisement, it is good for
a full tank of GAS when you buy a Car.
St Antoine To Hold
Thirteenth Banquet
A full report of the stewardship
of the St Antoine Branch Y M. C
A. for the Year 1937 will be in
cluded in a unique presentation at
their thirteenth anniversary cele*
b ration and annual dinner Thurs
day. April 7 1 li p m
Chairman of the B*»ard Attorney
I Perctval K Piper, ha* given signi
j fleant Irad'-i ship to the branch and
’h«- activities for 19T7. in many re
*pe<** m several departments of
I -be * Y character building pro
i gram : <t» reached unprecedented
i height*
Pail II Kin* referee in bank
rupt > past president -f the T>e
troi* <- .ncll A Churches and one
,f i*— tr. ,r t dts’ing utshed citizens.
« ij -.he gu<-»- ,peak-r He will
pre-en. in x brief address some of
•r,- :s. plat.* so: greater Detroit
f>t which ’he help f every Y
m-mb-t and * '«d 't’.;z*u is need
ed
sene* of !w taffliKJ'e ’ableau3
•e.il for ’he audience the
a#tgre.-program of the ’Y
Walter W H>use ».< chair
man -f tu- pr g*am (.ommtttee and
] ri.u H Smith heads the banquet
<■ mm’.cee There » i: be music by
•he B y- <’h ir and «enior singing
ini’e ■ e»’e*‘..r vrrh dinner music
ov Glo-’e Current * Ensemble
I»r M 1 i announces tickets
*r. :r. ".<• band* t all ' Y commit
*.e-J-'.-.. j.vl C-« ’he publi< •)
- . • *•• •• itions • early
D. S pTciub
T 1 f> - P ■’ ib rave i*> first:
:1. ;._r* ■ «’ Saturday night.
’ • : W.jl’er Edward
«K«*. ler.’ .. -• e. > Many a’tended,
:r.i ,:t.- M arid Mi». William
tVh h u g'les’s.
A P,r , rr. i- i*:.’ Dr Me.
• ..'lev ■ e• j r the - lub
dtfr*H •*:»
Hour* t U
Dally—.l*®*
4mj > M.P-
polntmaat
DR. WM. H.
LAWSON
Michi|to'i Firat Colored
Registered Optometrist
And 'Optician
M
EYE»4bCAMINED
GLASSES FITTED
Office Ml Gratiot, Al Bnik,
M nor
VIKING CLUB
PLAYS HOST
By Julia Ms* Turner
Sonday School was opened st
Zion Baptist Church at ten o'clock
Sunday morning by the superin.
tendent. The lesson was taught by
the teacher* The regular church
service began at 11:30. and the
me-ssage was brough’ by the pastor,
the Rev. Mr Whoey
The junior choir, under the
leadership of Mrs Green u pro
gressing rapidly.
The Fourteenth Community Club
met at 2~ Tennessee avenue. Sat
urday evening Match JG The mem.
Iter* reluctantly accepted T he re
signati nos Mrs Wills as
treasurer Several suggestions were
pr’tp »sed for the club s next enter
tainment. following the delibera
tions The members were grateful
for the presence of Pa ’ Biggs
The illness of Mrs Mumford and
Mr« Cosran were reported The
president presided, and the meet
ing was dismissed by Mr Diggs.
M Wills is president and M Cow.
an- se« re l ary
!a«t I.ake li*|ttM (hureh
A musical program was spon
-ored b> the Live Wire Singeri*
.Sunday night A large number of
members and friends attended, in
cluding many of the youger set
The junior choir will sing the sec.
and > ny.ty of each month.
The fjist spring dan<e given by
’be Vikings at Franklin Settlement
r* < *a.s a tremendous sue
• With Isaac Goodwin’s music
’■» - -sins to and plenty of pretty
a::rl- and handsome young men. it
.had to tw a success
The Vikings is a promising club
« imposed -f young men who have
a- their advisor none other than
'he weii ki. -wn attorney Herbert
I. Dudley.
The last moving basketball team
hope, to capture the senior cham
pionship Os lloi"
(Continued on P*f« i)
RETAIN FAITH,'
PASTOR URGES
WiH Carry You
Through The Crisis
The Rer. J S Scott, paiitor of
M*. Vernon Hap*. Church, preach
ed a sermon *o his congregation
Sunday that was full of spiritual
fervor In his subject. “The Horse
1 and His Rider,” taken from Kxo
dus 14-2 V he illustrated how the
children of God are passing
through an economic crisis. How
ever h*- said. if trust can be re
tained in God. the people will
come through
Th<* women members of Mt Ver
non are having a program Sunday
afternoon, scheduled to mart at 3
o'clock
The Rev .James Kay preached
Sunday evening from Job 1-22
The members of Mt. Vernon re.
gret very much the death of Mr.
Morgan
Woman’s Club Os;
Christian C e n t e r
Holds Meting
The Woman’* lub of the Baptist
Christian Center met at ’h«» regu
lar time and pla<last wwk, with
I Mrs Addle Cray presiding
Th club gave a food shower for
the benefit of the sick children of
Mrs Mary Frank. Those who made
donations were: Mesdames Maude
Johnson. Cassie Bell. Addle Gray.
M’attle Anderson. Carrie Scott. Min
nie Williams. Kthel Cline. I>ella
Taylor. Kosa Freeman, and Lena
Prutt.,
<?harles Taylor Is handling the
Detroit Tribune. Buy your copy
from him.
Liberal
OANB
On All Articles
of Value
BARGAINS in
OUT-OF-PAWN
Suits & $0.95
Overcoats ** up
Watches * Diamonds
Jewelry - Luggage
LEWIS
UUNHFKt
641 Gratiot Ave.
Open Evenings
US Miuwr SSMS SATURDAY. APRIL 2, IMS
TWO AUTHORS
RAP NAZHAND
New Books Arrive At
Lotkrop Library
Under the wrath of Hitler, come
two authors to Lotkrop Library
this week. Thomas Mann, famous
German exile, strikes back at his
oppressor in a two volume work.
JOSEPH IN EGYPT Also Biblical
in setting is Prana Werfel’s novel.
HEARKEN UNTO THE VOICE In
the person of Jeremiah, sternest of
Old Testament prophets. Werfel
preaches a word of comfort. a«
well as warning to the world to.
day A mystic, he assumes the pr--|
sence of a strange ingredient in the •
cosmos which, transcending time 1
makes identical, periods and events.'
separated by centuries.
Like GONE WITH THE WISH
THE UNVANQUISHED, by Faulk
ner presents the Southern point <>f.
view of the Civil War. In a deep
and difficult manner. Also a war
story, although dealing witk an
e#rlv period in Scotch history u
THE DARK ROSE, by Walsh, a de j
llghtfully Gaelic "chronical of the'
wars of Montrose as seen by Mar
tin Somers " The story of s Welsh
preacher who becomes tnvalwri in
a village scandal is described b>
Jameson in THE MOON IS MAK
ING Anew mystery. SILENT
WITNESS, by John Strange, is ..!<•
selection of the Crime Club for lhL
month
Two globe trotters set down
their lives at Lothrop Library.
Lincoln Ellsworth. Lieutenant
commander of the U- S. Naval Re
serve. tells his story In BEYOND
HORIZONS. If It s thrills you seek
read this book, or DANGER IS M\ !
BUSINESS, by Craig, a large and j
well Illustrated volume.
June brides will want SO YOU R!.
GOING TO GET MARRIED, by
Wllev. a sensible book dealin-*
with everything from babies to;
budget* But if June means gradu-i
at ion. a«k for MY VOCATION, a
collection of articles by eminent
Americans on every tort of Job
o*her interesting nonfiction ar 1
MANIA, by Jayson, a description
of life in an insane asylum and
MEDICAL MAGIC, by Dietz, a book
making the cure of the sick as ro
mantic as the finding of new- con
•in<nts
FINE PROGRAM
AT FEWS, (ME
Ministerial Alliance
Conducts Meeting
Sunday wa» a hitch day at Fews
Memorial CME Church The pastor
spoke from "‘Our Human World."
at the morninsc service, taking his
text from Matt. 10:28-31 He spoke
briefly and pointedly on the con.
dltions which now exist, and urged
his hearers to come hark to Ood;
make him their ideal
Following the services, eight per
sons were baptised and I*’> persons
were fellowshlpped into the church.
In the afternoon the Ministerial
Alliance met at Fews Memorial C.
M E. Church and rendered a fine
program, which '-as as follows:
Song by the I'nion Baptist Choir,
I Invocation by Rev .1 K Lions, and
: song by the choir. The scripture
lesson was conducted by the Rev.
G. W Stevenson, pastm Mt Zion
Baptist Church. Eoorse. Mich After
this the Rev. O. \V Simms pastor
of Trounip Baptist Church, intro
duced Ihe president the R* v. Wll-
I llam B Bailer, pastor of St John
A M K Church who made some
very encouraging remarks before
Introducing the principal speaker
the Rev E. C Copeland pastor of
Cnion Baptist Church
The Rev. Mr. ('opelatid took his
sermon from the forty-third chap
ter of Isa . 1.3 verses The speaker
brought out in his discourse that If
the church ever needed consolation
it Is now The member contri
buted 110 12
The Rev. Miss 1 White, noted
evangelist, will speak at Fews
Memorial Sunday The Alliance
will meet Saturday morning at 11
o’clock, ut 515 Holford street. The
Rev Alfred H Phelps is pastor of
Fews Memorial c, M E Church.
Funeral Rites Held
For Jackson Woman
Jarkiton—<'harl**n Atkina. 1131
Merrlman St., who has been 111
with pneumonia, la up and out a
i gain.
Funeral rites for the late Mr*
Lucille Wade were held from the
f’hurrh of Ood In the Hlaen Christ,
Saturday. March 26 She Is aurrlT
ed by her husband, mother, three
sons, four sinters, two brother*,
and two grandchildren The funer.
al was attended by friends and
relatives from nearby towns In
Michigan
Mrs Cora Smith, a patient at
Mercy Hoapltal, will be home
shortly. She la reported much Im
proved.
Ree. P. W. Walls and member*
of his congregation visited Her-
Pettlford's Church at tanning, laet
Sunday. The Senior Choir under
direction of Mr*. Certer, rendered
muelc; no did the Junior Choir, di
rected by Mr*. Wallace The Jun
ior Choir met at the A M E church
for reheareal. Wednesday.
NAACP Silent On
Roosevelt Proposal
St w York—The proposal of
President Roosevelt that the famed
federal 0-men be sent to investi
gate lynchings tnd report the facts
•to him to the Congress, and the
I general public was greeted with
{little or no comment by the Na
tional Association for the Advance
-1 ment of Colored People here.
The Presiden; made his sucg**-
1 tion at a pres* conference March
22 According to the account in Th«
New York TIMES he said he ai
ready had suggested such proce
dure to the Attorney General, un
der whom the G-men work In th*
account which appeared in th*
N~w York Herald TKIBCNE it
was stated that Mr Roosevelt su<d
he had transmitted the .plan t<
Congressional leaders implying
that a piece ~f legislation would be
drawn embodying the White Hou.-fc
ideas
TANARUS« Wait F«r Bill
The N A A C P. is not able t
comment on this proposal. *a»<!
Walter White, secretary, ‘ because
w- have nothing except a report .f
the remarks of the president in a
pr- s<* conference. When and if a
sp«-ciflc bill is drawn and intro
duced in Congress we will have
- mething definite to go n A- it
is now. we do not know whether
this statement is just an idea and
suggestion of the President, or
whethet it is to be translated in‘o
legislation. Furthermore we do not
have any details The bill, if drawn
by the Administration, may b<
soinethng very different from the
pre«» statement of the President
“It -hould in noted in passing,
however, that while an investiga
tion of lynching* by federal agents
would lie valuable in that it would
• 'ablish authoritative data free
fr >m the taint <>f propaganda as a
basis for action «he crux of 'he
ivn» hing problem remains the ar
rest and prosecution of thus* re
•pou*ihi< for lynching The \ A
A c. P remains committed to an
•tfec’ive f-deral untl-lyn liing bill,
a** drastic as can lie drawn under
our • ’nns'lMition. We are support
ing and working for the passage of
the Gavagan-Wagner-Van Nuys bill
which was shamelessly filibustered
fn m i*' preferred position on the
Senate calendar
The N, A A C. P announced
that one of Its workers It). Wash
ington bad made inquiries Sn both
the ItuWf and the Senate and thrt
no one knew anything of a con
crete proposal for legislation con
taining the President’s ideas
MICHIGAN MARCHES ONI
i
I Know Your Stato *
ClHmas o! Michigan -la ordar to huip you roolira A#
vorlad notoro -Mm aixo and acopo of Michtpoo'i lafw
iiifl •no wtvot inf y off coninowring tq iPf nvmon wm
industrial wolforo of Mm iMt, Mm Wofftm Irowiap
Cfpony U publishing Miis sorioa of oduorlluooMaiO.
INDUSTRIAL AMERICA
*
MICHIGAN'S FOUNDRIES
IND MACHINE SHOPS
Here It another great Michigan industry employing a
veritable army of wag# aarnart and producing prod
ucft what# valua runt Into Mio hundrodt off milHont.
How many popple ovon In aor own ttata roaliso the
magnitude off Michigan's foundry and machina shop
industry? 441 manufacturers Otnplaylng ovor 47,000
workers, pay out $<2,000,000 In talaritt and wogot
and create marchandlto with a factory valua off ovar
$214,000,000 yearly. In tho foundry and machina chop
industry Michigan, too, It an outstanding leader.
LIGHT AND DARK BEER u/xYZ
• IN STEINIES, REGULARS AND momw i«mo miwou
JUMBO FULL QUART BOTTLES CVtRY MOMOAY, MAM
On Tap At Your Favorite Bar 6:30,» j
Copyright 193 8 PFEIFFER BREWING CO. . DETROIT, MICHIGAN
* \.s :. v
Promoted
■ ■
- n■
I
William (Bill | Green who
ua- promoted to the po«ltlftn
of floor man at the >iel«ner
store at Huntings and Brew
ster streets. Green who has
been employed Mt the store
for eight years, is n graduate
of Cass High school where he
starred ns a basketball player.
12 Disciples’ Rally
Is A Success
"Plain Talk Is what the pas
tor. the Rev Joseph Me Ml Ulan,
termed his sermon at the Church
of God CWFF llsltu MoComb
St. at the sen ices Sunday morn
ing, March 27 In his discourse the
speakei made it very plain that ail
had to obey God to be saved It
was a fine, practicable message
and the large congregation present
seemed to enjoy it The choir add
ed zest to tl:*- service by their
splendid singing Miss Beitha Gra
.hani Joined the church
The rally under the auspices of
the Twelve Disciples was a grand
success At the evening worship
Missionary Virginia Gipson spoke
from St John S:3O "I can of myself
do nothing." She connected this
scripture with Matt. 11:28, "Come
unto me." Remarks were made by
Rev. James Taylor at the conclu
sion of the missionary's message,
i Visitors ar»A always welcome at
.the Church of God
Mrs. Birdie Gholson. 2743 Hunt
'street is church reporter.
Prince Os Peace Bapt.
Members Visit Israel
Baptist
The Rev. a B. Moor#, paator of
Prince of Peace Bapttat Church.
McKinley and Nyall street a, with
hit congregation worshipped at
the Israel Baptist Church. Leland
and Riopelle streets. Friday even
ing. March 28. The Rev. Mr. Oua
ton is pastor.
The Rev. Mr. Moore delivered an
inspiring and helpful message
from the text Gen. 28:18 “And Ja
cob awaked out of his sleep and
be said. Surely the Lord Is In this
place; and I knew it not." The Se
nior Choir of Prince of Peace
rendered several pleasing numbers
accompanied by Mrs. Gladys Jack
non. There was a nice audience
and an appreciative offering was
taken
Frlduy evening. April 1 the aux
iliaries of Prince of Peace Church
wll sponsor a “Pigeon Contest" at
Beulah Land Temple. 3801 McGraw
avenue The admission is 10 cents.
The public is invited.
V. I. i. rNITER ( LIUS
The Yule Independent Associa
tion of Cnited Clubs held their
last meeting recently at 1974 E-
Lafayette. The anniversary of the
United Clubs will be celebrated
9ome time In May at which time
ISO clubs are expected to partici
pate.
Aaron H. Johnson is president:
William Falkner Is secretary.
MC FAIL BROS. FUNERAL HOME
Larvest and Most Couplet# Funeral Heme In The City— Oar
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Served
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T. Jackson la president of th«
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