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jjll St ABtrfß* &*•*. Columbia Clifford 2924
y/est Side Civic and
...Social News ~
j|(l Mr ,. lUulrUv Hcmlng)
' w ,.,i side Ti*uw <lub
siur Texas Hub met
lll ’’. noon at the home of
**»»-■ ‘ ‘\j , Kr« and l> McDonald.
M tford a venue. It was an
sion and the follow
iMP" l - were elected: H. 11.
president: Mrs. Fearl
J. vice president; Mr.
1 Moure, secretary. Ar
'•,mor; M L* ""” r
r.vo.Hl membership chairman:
f oU4 rrv ..-Histant chairman.
Tin next meeting will be held
„ t h,- la me of Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
,1 a t 1 ji. m Those who are
loiiresit d ate Invited to attend.
Hartford Lo»|w*l (hunts
rill u„!i< Md Gospel Chorus
I r \venue Ihipt. Church
‘‘m 'mull i tltelr first program at
lh l< cliuri ’■ Sunday. April 3. at
j.. ; „ ~ „ The public is Invited
\ ]ri N mi, . rhi-holm is president
‘had..- Aid; Mrs. L. Mout
, i 0,1. tit of Gospel Clio-
V Niter
\|, f Hammonds of Wa.h
i(!i( | \: Thomas Ham
ponds *’! til:' Alger St. the past
(on:■ week- Mrs Hammonds it the
»ileii Mr Hammonds brother,
gh*. has graciously entertain
ed while in the city with many
A Liberal Allowance for yeur old Watch on anew one
PHILCO RADIOS and Tubes for any make of Radio
3632 W. Warren —Between 25th and Roosevelt
TYler 6-3918
I.H lii Make Your OLD Dnrment* Mke .NEW
Insurance (iuarante**! Delivery Service
Perfection Cleaner* And Hand Laundry
4210 W. Warren Ave., at Scotten
W. J. Mitchell, Jr„ Prop. Tjler o.T2«T
, ■ 1 -
Easter Specials ! !
Hosiery. Maoeks, Shirts, Noeks
Winns rtr. House Coats and
PnJamas Made To Order.
Milford Fashion Shop
4Ti4 Milford Tyler 6-9669
Mm. Shaw. Proprietress
Hamtramck, Michigan
A Straight Democrat
A friend of all the Poople
I parties. Visits to Canada, th*a’
I parties etc.. Mrs. Hammonds tea*
| honored on Sunday March 27 a'
, a dinner party, ah,.,, by Mr. ami
Mrs. Clinton It Woodson. 32
Fredcrh k Ave , whu have rcivnt-
Ily moved Into their new honu
I which is one of IH-troll's most pu-
I latlal horms. Guests attending the
dinner party were Mrs. Lillian
■ Hammonds, sister-in-law of Mr#
Hammonds; Mrs H 1.. Brown and
daughter. Miss Cllno Brown, *in
. ter and niece of Mr. Woodson.
i Miss Lonnie Dubois. Miss Clarice
Lewis. Jack Jackson and Mr. and
Mrs. Mughue Clarke of Flint A
delicious menu was served and en
joyed by all Many frleuds mad •
by Mrs Hammonds will mis# her
when sh< depart# for Washington
and will be looking forward to a
return visit from her.
New Light Church
The very ix.puipr pastor, the
Itev. A M. Martin left fi>r Buffalo
the first of tlie week to hold a r* -
vlval. ll* will n-turn Saturday, and
will t»e in New Light's pulpit on
Sunday morning.
The many friends <>t Mrs. <;«or
gia Tiller, of 24th street wNh
a speedy recovery for her mother,
who is ill in Alabama
Mr* Henrietta Davis of 6000
Beecliwood is much improved af
ter having her tonsils removed.
She is in Fords hospital, but will
Wall Paper And
Gregory and Cos.
Wallpaper, Paints, Varnishes.
Room Lots—lo Rolls B9«
4SIB W. Warren near Scotten
TYler 6-4740
be home very soon.
The Khythni Club
A successful litngo party was
given by the young men of this
< iuh on' Saturday evening, March
27 at the home ~f their pi evident,
j Marvin Fleming Boxwood.
Many useful prizes were awarded.
Mi liat by r*cei\ <1 the vr.a.d
, :■ i/>
M i’ l ' .le-. ( ,f 'I xark. nu. Aik.,
at her t Mis K"bt, l’< nit: ’ !‘J
ave: ~f Hu- ,-!•>. »,..s
” " r ‘ • jli . t" r S'-me t.m-. Mrs.
1 ti it *' n many f r i«-n hltirerefy
uopi lot iij- rt c ovCry.
I ait( (I Di-'ri -t m»re- si • .it
Organf/aMou held tin ir ‘regular
meeting at Hartford Center Mon
day evening, Mar. h 2*> The follow
ing program was arranged by
t lari-m «• Fisher, chat) matt of the
program Committer. Solos. Mr.
Brinkley; Heading. Mrs Kusa
Wealhei shy; redo; Kugene John*
son i» nip.ino and by Mrs. North
‘Toss. Attorney i‘buries A. Kox
horongh gave an interesting talk
lon current events and interesting
| 'luestloiis ami discussions came
i fl ‘ n ill. iv ;:e inner.* Kefiesh
! w*-r*- *crved by the ladles
j"f the group
I 1 h*- K..'l Symphony choir
!Id their , ul.t meeting on Frl
| day Niyl.t March 2 ;U at tile home
-Mrs t.,< Morcun of Ileechwoui
Til* > aiiept<U an invitation to
-due on Sunday April 3rd at St.
.lame> t'MK Church. coin*-!' Vine- 1
wood and Kirby -»i ts. The ladj
• vangelist Mi*- Whit-- is pr-a, h
ing. Tit* public i> invited
Weft Side H. R. Jamboree
Held At Kronk Center
' 11
The \J'tuix.ivf| |( id las’ Sat
urday .v. iiiui* at the Kronk Com
munity Center uitcl.-i auspices of
tlie West s*i l l Human Relations
Council. was asp.• mild -ticces-
The aflai was directed by M/
Kim-lla <-abull-, chairman <•! the I
Cha .u ier-Building Committee of!
Ihe organization.
The votings!* I S os tile Peter I’uti ’
Nursery School, directed by Miss
Drown, opened tiie program, add
their antics kept the audience well
amused. These were followed by
various acts bv pupils of the Weil
Side schools.
The Martin Twin, girls six yeai [
of age, astonished the assembly»
wltii their talent at the piano. Hsr- •
old Walls, a student ut Sampson
School, delivered a splendid mon j.
logue. characterizing an elderlv
Southern woman chastising a young
boy. The Hoy Scout group ent *
tallied with a campfire skit. Mia.
Kdith Rawlings presented her
group of girls in an exhibition of
tap dancing. j
Tile youth group of the Council.'
directed by Mr. Lockhart, present
ed a skit dealing with Juvenile
delinquency. Little Alice Kurt, of
McMlciiael Intermediate School,
sang two popular songs and thrill
ed the audience, wth her sweet
voice. A comet solo. "The Blue
Danube Waltz.” was played by a
student from Columbian School.
Let Your Slogan Be—
“A Tribune In
Every Home ,>
Hamtramck Candidate*
Win* Honors
. ..
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'll** Anna L ;„ewl«*, liauvli.
ter of Kicliaril Lewis u ml the
•ale Mrs. Lillian W, Lewi-.
ln<liaiia|Mtlis, who rmltnl her
H. >. from Purdue liiluT-Ity
last January. she majored In
English ami French, and was
flu* lirst colored student to
i ruct ice leaching at Jefferson
II lull School in Luiuycttc. Shr
i> al so Ilic lirst colored sui<!* at
to sene in tin* culiimt of tile
I'iirdnr V \V( A. and executive
ooii a ell of Wesley Foundation.
Miss Lewis m mil in tills
capacity for three years, and
wo* delegate to si\ conferences
and contention*.
Before lor return to Indi
anapolis, Miss Lewis was feted
with a party hi her honor, re
celt ini: mur.y lovely irift s.
Deacons’ Union
Sponsors Program
At Tabernacle
The Detroit Deatons' Union
sponsored a program Sunday.
\Larth 27. at 3 p m ut Tabernacle
Baptist Church. Beech wood am!
Milford streets. The program was
as follows:
Devotional exercises, deacons
fiorn the People's Baptist Church;
selections. New Light Choir; wel
come address. Deacon Wright; re
spouse. Deacon S. Jordan; solo.
Mrs Bessie Bert; short talk, Dea
con j j. Williams; talk. Mr. Dean
-election, choir; sermon. Dr. A M.
Martin, pastor New Light Baptist
Church: selection, choir; offering;
Introduction of the president of the
De ons' Union. Dr. C. H. Bell.
Ik n J R Delonev is secretary
of ..e Deacons' Union.
Miss Hayden was luistress of
Lester Walton
Honored sty
Social Workers
The meeting of the Detroit So
cial Workers Council, at tSe
"Brown Bomber’s chicken shack
last Thursday evening, was.honor
ed by the presence of Hon. Lister
Walton. U S minister to Liberia
One of the features was the pre
sentation of a film. “The Blind
Spot Os Science,” by Mr. Landis of
the Investors’ Syndicate.
Those present included John C
Dancy, president of the council and
host of Mr. Walton;, Miss Helen
Wright, secretary , Ernest Carney
treasurer; Mrs. Fauces Moss, Miss
Jaqueline Williams. Rev. Horace
White, Mrs. Beulah WTiltby. Mrs.
Geneva Moore, Mr*. Annette Bur
well. Mrs. Beulah Carter. Mrs. Vir
ginia White. Mrs. Ernestine Walk
er. Mrs. Bessie Officer. Mrs. Alma
Mitchell. Ernest Marshall, Lloyd
Cofer, Miss Alice Wesley, and Mrs.
Pansy Mack.
The program closed with an ex
hibition of modern tap-dancing,
performed by Lola Hunter and
Shirley Huntaberry. of Sampaon
School. The trophy was won by
these two artiata, who completely
captivated the audience. If the
trophy is won by the same artuts
next year, it will remain in their
Youth groups of the city are in
vited to participate In these an
nual “Jamborees." and should con
tact Mrs. Emella Oabule. 6988
Conant Garden jClub
Plan* Lively Party
it) -I. L hemp
Hi* i.trirude Harris in ill a 1
Edith ’i'lii niaa Hofcpital.
Th- c: ; mil.* Ten met recently
at 1 • a.i of Mr*. Bradley. The
cluh in. do plans for u cocktull
part> i , uivon Sunday, April
3 at li •'! ” • of Mrs. J■ I’tersou.
** 11 ni Tills affair will
f.r< ioi thtii i,lg party, to be giv
en AP :i o 5.«19 Brush S’. After
I* “hi • and: us-io:;.-. refreshmento
**»>.• mi\-.| The next meeting
will l>< will Mr Cos, per on Galla
heghei street.
Be -tire •» send in your n*-wv
itetn> » • the CoiiHtit Gardens rep
reeeniative and read ?he Tribune
every we. i>
Ml. 2,V>2o:|
tMi.M.MlvsioM |{s’ >oTlt L
la the Matter f ,f tin. Estate of
Elizalx h Hold.!n> lie ceased.
W* . undersit to and, having
been app int. J by the l’rohaie
(’oti" 1.0 tn c,»uiiiy of Wayne.
S!a>- o' Michigan. Commissioner.-,
to ren.'w. ixamiii' and adjust al!
claim- and demand* ot all peioous
against -ml deceased, do hereuy
give n 'a • that w*- will meet at
<he 1... W i:i> * ot Lewi* & Bowie,tte
•a'T ..(Tam Am Li -• iti said Coun
ty. (.i W* dnestlay lie' 2't’h day of
May. A !) l!*.",s, and on M Miday the
25th day of July A D. 1938 at ten
o'clo k A M of each of said days,
for the p irpose of examining an i
allowing said claims, and that foj~
mouths com the 25th day of March
A. D 193-. were allowed by sa.J
Court tor creditors to present thtii
claims to us for examination and
allow a lice.
Judge Jo* A Murphy
Dated March. 2a. 1938.
Edward Daniels
Francis M Dent
Published in Detroit Tribune
Serv. on < Heuii Lewis Jr &
Clarence c Foster
Attys. For Executors
607 V.lanis Ate. F.
ML 217401
In the* Matter of the Estate of
Pauline Minkins. Deceased.
1. the undersigned, having hern
appoint.<l by the Probate (X>urt lo.’
the County of Wayne. State of
Michigan. Commissioner to re
ceive. examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons
**ill deceased. do hereby
give notice that I will be at the
I-a w office of Lewis & Rowlettg,
607 Adams Ave. E . Detroit. Mich, .a
>ai»l County, on Wednesday th.*
25th day of May a I) 1938. and on
Monday the 25th day of July A. D
1938. at 2:00 o’clock P. M. of ea.'h
of said days, for the purpose of
examining and allowing said
claims, and that four months from
the 25th day of March A. D. 1938.
were allowed by said Oourt for
creditors to present their claims lo
us for examination and allowance
Judge Thos. C. Murphy
Dated March 25th. 1938.
Charles R. A. Smith.
8019 Oakland Ave
Published In Detroit Tribune
Serve on Cecil L. Rowlette &
I-eroy Minkins
1336 Brush St
>O. £*4061
In the Mutter of the Estate of
I>la Snowden. Deceased.
I. the undersigned, having been
appointed by the Probate Court for
the County of Wayne, State of
Michigan. Commissioner to re
ceive. examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons
against said deceased, do hereby
give notice that 1 will be at No.
1336 Brush Street, in said County,
on Wednesday the 23th day of May
A I) 1938. and on Monday the 23th
day of July A. I). 1938. at 2:00
o'clock P. M. of each of said days,
for the purpose of examining and
allowing said claims, and that four
months from the 25th day of March
A D 1938. were allowed by said
Court for creditors to present their
claims to me for examination and
!>ated March 2f»th. 1938.
Robert J Evans
1336 Brush St..
F’ublbh in Detroit Tribune
Serve on Clias. A Roxborough.
1336 Brush
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Political Factions Gird
For Hamtramck Election
By II- I rawi«.rd and ,M. Page
Kev. Banks and bis senior choir
will render service at St. peter*
rtilii Zion church Sunday April 3.
u ! p. m. Rev Metcalf is a- King
those citizens who sta\ home
Sundays to pleas, attend tln-se
Sunday evening service.-.
Professor I. ichelhergcr
It’s th* talk of the town in Ham
tramck that Prof. Janos W
Elchelberger will appear at St.
Peters Zion church Easter Sunday
Prof Eichelb.iger is Interna
tionally known for his splendid
work in the field ol religious ed
ucation. he is the general director
of religious educate n in Africa.
Brasil, and the Culled State*, for
the AMU Zion Chui: lies H imtra.
mck citizen- are looking forward
to the opportunity of hearing him.
Frank Bonds, outstanding col
ored news bov in Hamtramck. Is
ill at his home on Moran street.
Molhei Vaught*. of V* mans
street, ha- bean sick The titiz
of Ham’.ianiik are glad to know
that she is better. Moth* r Vaughn
is above ninety years of age
Vigilantes Lite Party
The Vigilante- dull gave put
ty Friday night Match 25 at the
to .no- ot Jack K *rd. on M Dougal!
street. Matty were pte-.-nt and all
enjoy. and the affair Am. tia th*
crowd, we saw the following: Ver
non Johnson, e* mg Hazel Jacks
to the music of the Maniuetf* ;
Percy 4.0 Ks ajid Bertha Bunks:
Bennie W- rs Willie Mitchell. Si
mon rial. Virginia Askew Rich
ard D» an. and M*r::il Franklin
Lee Charlotte Burney. Alvin Bene
field, Virginia Harris' n. Vera
Johnson. Charles Siebert. Ja_k- >n
Dumas. Robert Wingo. Johua Lee
StovaL Lol.-y Hill. George ('lay,
Simon Clay*. Lester Crawford. Lau
ra Pearson. Mildred Williams.
John Rice. William Scot’. Bessie
Burney, Lucille Teague. John Mil
ler. Melvin Butler. Ida Lee Moure,
Tlicsslea* Nunlee. Johnaiu Simms
Calvin Reave.-. Rudolph Crawford
Gragg’ Reave* Kenneth Wright
Fred Pubs!
By H. t.
Fred Pahst, member of the Ham
tramck school board, deserves the
support of every colored citizen.
Through personal contact, and
having known Fred Pabst for
years, your reporter finds him to
be very broad minded, and un
biased. Mr. Pabst cooperated with
the league F° r Better Relations,
when they were seeking colored
help in the public schools. Your
reporter asks the cothred clUzens
to give their very best considera
tion In the final election to him
.Mayoralty (jHiididale*. Compared
In April. 1934. when Lt wandow
ski took office as Mayor of Ham
tramck. with him went Into office
the following colored persons; Ad
dle Watson, health department;
Daisy Rogers, first colored clerk
in city assessor’s office; Ann Glaz
ier employment bureau; Herman
Watkins, water department, which
was not filled under Tenerowicz;
Arthur Sutton, foreman In D.P.W.
yard; Jim Bonds, sanitary depart
ment; Phil Batchelor, janitor la
Mayor's office; Wilson Walfered.
janitor in maintenance depart
ment; A If- Perry, In justice court,
receiving his position through ef
forts of Lewandowski and the
Colored Committee; Gladys Davis,
clerk in city comptroller's office
Alfred Peterson, job in D. P W.
The present Mayor. Dr. Tenero
wicz. has one less colored in the
city employ, than Lewandowski
had, although their salaries vary
by a slight margin. Dr. Hender
son. first local colored city phvsi.
clan; Mr. Rlugo. city electrician;
Mrs. Philpot, welfare department;
'Mrs. iris Butler, city nurse; Mrs.
Hill, comfort station; Mrs. Dean,
also in comfort station; Mr. Lott.
D P. W job; Mr Banks, janitor
in mayor's office Eugene Butler,
city assessor's office; Ben Ken
nedy. D. P W. foreman.
l.uHni K;uii' Mars
Ln<!' - Ryans only Negro
t.ieir "• inf !Lcnitratuc a High
.”■1 )niOi s Varsity Ousiie'bull tenfl)
brought victory and Mi*- Merropull
t.m ii.;.h S. h'i 1 cliamph tiehip
Friday night ui Naval Armory
when In- tossed in th<- winning
basket in the las* two and halt
minut* of the game. with Ham
trainek behind by one p ini. Hv
atis recovered u rebound oft th»-
bark board and Mink a held goul to
give hie team a .".4-;’..'S victory c.v* r
West* n High School <*l if ’ *iii Mob.
ly and Horae** Coleman ait substi
tutes i,n ij,» Hamtrninck team
ILuunrnmck High's ba.-K tball
team went through the iea v n un
defeated. bij' was fled b> Northern
earlier in ’ln -* as n
Hyaio 1.- playing hi- first s*-.t
snii With tht cluh. and is in th-
I levent.h 1 : ri. Hi lands <; f< •
7 inch*- Moldy is a fr* .-ltn«*u
I'elie4'-vheriii hnnre
The 1* in . S’ r\ it • Chib and
sonny it ;■! e-K.tsti • <it; .• it' th'
In'’Hi t . ! H.iii, .'•■i i.'l.iv »• Vv
tiitiy. April 2 The | im usually
M ' ti- 1. t bi<: if ball a* < hfi-t
mas title Th. ■ : tV'ir first pr> .
East* tin:.• • tli Ist th»> Itave had
feiierowli*/ Makes Progress
ißy Maude Puget
I " Rudolph G Tenerowic i.
pud*- of Hardittnuk. is gallantly
andn eourr>ouily making great p<-
Illlcal campaign I*r. Tetjei’owlc* is
in the niavoraltv race by
Hint Joseph Lewaudowski
To compare these two personali
ties \vi should review their past,
but suite we have already famil
iarized ourselves with their past
during th* primaries, this is un
tlec essnr.'
Let.us now consider the qualifi
cations which prompt us to place
our "X" bv the name of certain
candidates on April 4 Without a
doubt. th*re is only one man run
ning for the Hnm'ramck mayoral
ty. who can hold that position
That i- Dr. Tenerowicz. Anyone
failing to vote for this man will
it. an injustice to himself and
his people
Don't be misled by propaganda.
Vote fc*i Dr Rudolph Tenerowicz
for mayor.
(Continued on pape 0)
uwm wJ'V »/JjW
11H I JcßoHL£^)H^nßZ7n
(Swcri t'liwr) Harry MraHalarrlm. Jjl’
Students Receive
Diplomas From
Lincoln School
The Lincoln Kveninc School,
J which wan foiueily an elementary
school, now has a well-established
high school depicrtmeiit {• -
UipaJ. .\|, Lopshirc unit is la
ity are to be commended
At the exercise# W< 1:. •
Match 16, tli following
iWi e .’i.iduated frciin Jtij.i it H;rh
Primus Light sey. Li u.< Fny.is
Eve Jyn lieitis princ* (.’lark, Ru.t.
clolph Hatcher. (Georgia Edwuru-
Hugh Hall Frank Iteno was IL<
t acher. Judge Arthur E Gordon
f R’t rd* r> t >urt delivered -n
address to the graduates at and urp
c*cl rliem to continue their >d.*..
tic.u The Judge also told ' ■
graduate* Jew be hac| attend’d
night mhool. in ordei to secure hi
education. "'Education tends to
i make people bettei ci z. ns
I said
I Mrs. Teague was mistress < f
I e; reniellb s.
t Du.i’ir th.’ fail session the t
J lowing courses Will ice offvl'* i .
• th,. Ltncolu Evening School:
j Lb mi litary giaths at.d .bje*
in the ninth and t* r. f h grade- All
Las Aletas Club
Has Its Monthly
Meeting For March
L s Aleta- ('itil* 'th* Sportgw ...
• men* me* its .■* v iL.r montnlv
: -»*'-ic,ji March 24. at th*- home of
Mi s Jes.y |i» ii-on hostess ;tnd
acting cha.rnian of 6575 Stutiio :
-Mo t, The other members of th'
!<! ib in* L >uise Crockett. Mur
;.’ic:*t Cummings. Mildred < ~m-'ming
'ming- Grier, Mary Johnson.
| Marion Martin. Ossi*- Paschal. Mat
tie Segurs .end Pat Waller Mildred
Gumming<• and Ossie Paschal w* r>
- voted in the Club last meeting
The next meeting will be held a
| the Ist of April at 13i*7 Mcl>ou-...l
venue with Mildred Cummings :.
hostess All members are urged *
be present. It was decided to ad
vance the time of all future xueet
ings to *>;"»> j m At this ineeti: v
j a tentative program for our activi
> ties for the next six mon h# will
I be worked cui.
A recent meeting ot the Speedy
Eight flub whs held at the horn*
of Mrs* Lucille Armstrong 3550
Owen street. The business period
was followed by a social hour, dur
ing which the hostess served dain
ty refresliments. Ku*4" "a? play
ed All members were present.

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