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4146 Antoine Street, Comer Columbia—CLiffora
This Is Our Common Destiny
Jews Gave World Wealth;
They Are Damned
rb “ * wrl '" '"' ,r •rtlrln h, ,h, r„ B i rh4rrts „„ „„
rrunmon destiny Os Negroes and Jews r« printed from The People's i
By BEN RICHARDSON
..<,"<l does not desire that Jews be exterminated, but that thev wander the world
like ' »in. burdened with xh.me »nd approb.um. and that th*y load , life , thousand
fold worse than death.
These are the aavajre words of the Christian leader I'ierre Abbe of Clunv in
Kiarue. who organized the Second Crusade to the Holy Lands. Judging from the
, ' Jews tUIVft eufft'i ed mill *• ‘ -f
rs y*t suffering. many people in
p ( ,,. ( ,p„ MTid America still share
ir<«rr*M* belief.
I.siur MiHcrlltf
f, T i-ai> thousand years Jews
v v<! tjj.oH persecuted hv the
world n world In which
jp«« pave thp knowledge of
fl.iil Mnd I' *us • hriot
Oi,', p groin, ghetto. pillage
in' massacre have been
«kp measure of return they have
w .,, !(■(.,; thiouph the years for
< clous gift to Kiirope and
Ana 11* 1
TrvJ>e 'he Jew. like hi* hroth
r tV Negro—is s synihot of
iaff'" r T
r | davs ~f the Kgv pi lans
»« ra/t 'itimanv nnd the klan
„ ft, re hem srape*ont* for
u‘or» and salsa govern
ira-a' *
y»i, ■ are Jews in sll parts of
Ok » •M. P Is not easy to Iden
tify i'v ti: hy marked rat ial fea
ttirfs I- all the plaeeß they In
hi i 'Me a there are Jews who
i>r>\ f< • nttflcstlon so rompletelv
htte 'pm been nhsorhed Into the
sid’e I'ipulation. Often Jews tune
M .ml ' r, Mite eyes, and truly
Nerd f itim*. There are Slavic
nprv u :'o rteetnhle Poles and
R' s-I.i - many are Iridiitirguish
#li|* f ;u French, (Jarman, and
Jspur. -• pe. pie.
T'.e I'alihsas of Ahyssinla sre
Id-i'N • with the native Negroes
pain;
g.'rw r MISERIES OF RHFt'MXTtSVf
AR- .S SCIATICA. I.IJ.MBAGO T*k*
f r evrns NATI RE S n«n rtni
r • ■ DOCTOR S wav lo Itrir* Aoothmx
t r ' t> HtTIIS r rst 111 year rmn'TOWl
whi r p v is achino joints, pain
r ,1 EH THROBBING NERVES
»- t Nv.fr.Str• cf MEN An* WOMEN
M » i t <\»»• In NATt Rl. S »•/ le
fr ( • ‘ f Molt for 1ho»f wfifl u»m ll*
] , .n • VMlllnl In p»v for u Ju«'
■»-1 >- i sir* tn* A id. *»i upon trrnal
r>* '•» r A i!mnn p .« pon'aer for your
»>• i rtiT,*"!* silh full rtirfCliOP*
Ul COMPANY
ULUI* Ji!—L*. 1 ' 1 Sr " f> 1 ■ r* v
f 1 DUV THM STYLED CLOTHES 1
For Men - Women and Boyt
DRAPE PANTS|
«5.50 $7.95;
Others to $9.95 idnJ 1 1 00 Dopogit |
MENS ROTS' Fully and r ■ p t and pan It >
r>BA«E ...... *' ,h * ,d » *»«•«• »nil ■
DRATt DRAPE )2 «„ i* ln ptf bot a
SUIT SUIT lomi, Fancy and sol
015° 10tS id shades In all rolott I
t * I O Slat# your a(«, Mai* I
$ l Dopant $/ Do pat it or fsmals. Waist stir I
Ual C.O D. Ist. CO D. lnssam. shin ord*nnf
, Clip Ad and Hell In! olfJ'"' 1
E^* ' V I BfV lir/'y'
if furniture aid association ★
4421 BEAUBIEN STREET
WILLIAM SINGTON, Secretary
808 SETTLES, Treaaurer DAISY LEE BOWEN, General Manager
WILLIAM SHAFFER, Pre.ident
j(f that country. In fact, the orlg.
Idhl Inhabitant of Ahyssinla.
Which means -the mixed people."
' were Jews and Negroes who later
fused Into the present facial
group.
f srlj t hrl«ll»n Friction
| Tn the early da>s of the ChrU
i Han community some Jews «ep
crated themselves from their
( hrlstian brothers because they
luhl the Idea that the Messiah
was vet to cnine. In that they
did not believe thnf Jesus was
He they eould not accept the
' huia h founded on tile heftef that
i He was. •
If religion* freedom means
anv thing. It mean* the right m
have your own (iod. Negroes in
Africa did not worship (’bust
either. I'uropean missionaries
brought them the Christian mes
sage and slav«ry with It.
j Hlaek men were carried .in
chains from Africa to Spain and
, Portugal tn be baptized before he
! Ing herded Into the bellies of
slave ships and htought to the
new world
•lews Hate World Kellirlnn
Protestants and tatlnliis owe
their religious knowledge to the
Jews. All the religion Negroes
I have comes from Jewish scrip
tures and from the wealth of lore
| about the historic, beginnings of
I this great people. The history of
the Christian religion Is the hls
tmv of the Jewish race
It whs in the city «>f Alexan
dria during the curly Christian
sears that the persecution of the
Jews started. Wild rumor* about
their eating Creek* at their cere
monies brought general massa
cres Two thousand years later
the vile t'zarlst Church In enslav
|ed Ku*s|a repeated the same lie
and conducted wholesale elatigh
t <f Innoient pe pie In the
i 111 a Instance Alexandria foaVcd
ihe popularity of the Jewish
v ntirch and In the second, the
government of the Czar needed a
scapegoat for ita failures.
Next week we ahall take up
the history of ihelr treatment In
Cm many, and show how It Is ths
pattern and framework on which
the persecution of Negroes rests.
ROBERTSON
CANDIDATE
FOR MAYOR
Tom Howard Robertson, M TV
(andidete for Mayor, Issued the
following statement In connection
with hi* candidacy for Mayor in
the primaries o£ Oct. 6. Dr.
Robertson said;
After careful thought and con
sideration I am submitting niv
name a* a Candidate fur Mayor
In the hope that I will be elect
ed, so that I mav help tn direct
ihe city's atfalrs for the best g<*nd
of all our citizens. Kspecinllv do
l desire to exert my every ef
fort In maintaining Detroit a* a
future borne of our cpy's heroic
heme*, a place to envision while
they hi“ "carrying nr. In the serv
ice for our preservation" a* worth
lloir sairlfi.e and worth return
ing to when the Vi< lory is Won.
l.H ,u r 1 hope I ant given the
opportunity of helping relieve the
people ff the terrible taxes which
have been forced u|win them and
1 sincerely hope this pitvilegc is
granted me bofore It Is too late
to accomplish.
—__— o I
Joseph H. Mogor
States Platform
Joseph M. Mogor. a Southwest
httMnes* man who recently filed
his candidacy for the Common
Council of Detroit, has announced
his pTatfcrm.
Ill* platform Include*. better
transportation, the reduction of
Juvenile delinquency through ed
ucation. Improvements In the
housing situations, better educa
tion In public health, and closer
cooperation between the govern
ment and small business men.
Mogor is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ft eve Mogor. of 122-' South
Patricia and a resilient of Sou h
vve*t Detroit for 19 years.
"GIVE HEAD”
COLD THE AIR
<>l>ch cold-clogged J.restbing passages.
You brestbtt lreer ablest instantly, feel
the difference. Caution: Uaa only aa di
iucicd. Always use Penetio Nose Drops.
THE DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1943
CHAMP JOE LOUIS MAKES ROUNDS OF U S- ARMY CAMPS
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Bur**u of Public Rnsltoni. U ( Mar D*p*rtn>*rt
JOE I.OCIS TAKES RIDE IN JFI P-Form- one has posed a question; who has trie most punch,
Joe Louis of fistiana or the Jeep, rugged and m.ghty midget tiuck of ttie Army? We rant answer
tliat one. Sergeant Joe Louis, at Foit I>ix on hi* nation-wide Army camp *our goes fur a rule wih
several of his cronies. Seated beside him is Sergeant Don Blackman of the Fort Du Military i’o.ice,
former wrestling star. (I’hoto bv Fort Dix Public Relations Office )
: INKSTER NEWS
I
H) II \ Nh| I 1.. 401 l |
tiling Fur Sinilli
Mix Lei ear Dttk*r I* having
for ili** smith tn do misatongiy !
work and to visit her many
! friends and relatives. Mrs. linker
j is a member of Tin- Mi-hop linn
! eock church, located in Detroit
on Clinton street. She ia the
sister of Mrs Koae> Lee Wi|.
ltamaon of SfiUft Lovett street,
Inkster. She has lived in Mich
igan since June 22. Ih.l. W«* nil
wish for her h safe and a spetuly
return to Inkster.
I Marriage
Pvt. Janus Whitner and Cora
Pehatis were quietly mm led in
Ohio while F’\i Whitner was
home on furlough.
The wedding reception was held
tit UtchelH Chicken Sltnek when
those in escnt enjoyed mm li ,n
! tevtainment and a tbdlcimi* nn in
j Tlmse prevent included Me
:»nl Mrs. Janos Whlimi, Mr. ltd
l Mrs n.dl .Veil, s, Mv. Kdwa and
Coleman. Donald Tatum Mrs
! Caul Jacob-. Mr« James Denard
Miw Guile Archer. Mis It ose
vel| Cuttnaii.' Mm. 1C 11a: good
and many others.
MM I MM. CIMM.IMM
NKW A t HiK Tlie N I .GKO LA
' MOU \ ICTOIM rriMMIT ITK
lHumheil n program to get Sno
I workers engaged In non-i ir >1
work tn take training for K ; :D -i
1 lis In essential war Indus ri ■-
j at the rate of fittii each month.
The committee is making this
drive through Its i>4 »fi;1 111 <1
CIO. AIT. and litddpi ndnit un
ions.
Advertise in The
Detroit Tribune
GABLE POINTS WAY FOR .
A BETTER DETROIT
"Petioil's City Government must
luive Intelligent, business leader
ship If we are to survive bank
ruptcy. chaos, and post \,-,ir world."
•a>s Andrew J. Gable, successful
Ibtroit Hnslnesw Man who is a
candid ue for tnavor at the prl
rnarv clecit.n (Act. f>.
"Double paid and unnecessary
employees drain nut putilir pay
roll- while eitr war plants call
desperatedv tor twenty-two-thutia
and nddirional workers." continues
Mr < !'• -| M ip, Mi,\ ,-v Office
nU'n<- fi\i dor*ldv paid emplnvees
draw over *)*, fti'h v, iidv, vr hen
oiji h-'D rut for * C-iio Is all that
H required I>f tin- -'2t»7.f*4fi dol
hi is Pu-k-t'd }or civilian defense
v i . -tv . 1112 2' ‘ cos for w age.
of political tiv red emplovp,--
viill- Die i Imii-uivd* of Air Ttg’d
\\ d*-ns vlu* tnak“ p i.sii h* (ivil
i.in <!afi*iisp receive nothing"
“I further believe " continued
Mr Gable. "Dial tax collection*
ran be aci elevated tremendously
bv allow imr a two-pcrcerti and
- on nil taxes paid wuhli
ui da'v. this could be more than
riunp. nsnteil for bv Die saving It:
ini ere* t < -it lin: towed motley.
Me mast Increase onr parks
and i • re.m- Mol i enit i- so that
tlicv are t,utm roil* ii b- p >
veettcu* of the city, hi ! I lean u|
our all- ' - m man* din i lets a
tii.-na< e to public health.
\Ve m ,! adequate ab port fa
, idles but no wage taxes; we.
If Your Merchant Uses
Tribune Advertising then he
Wants Your Support See
That He Gets It.
algo, need night courts and •
Police (Vnimis-dnner from «, .i
present police deparimeut
"lf 1 am elected yout in.. T
vet i*.ay he a -siii • I o' a SD'.Dgb
from the shoulder hu-me-« ad
rninlatruMt.n. tolerant of nil r,e > a
ami <reeil« and free from p l-tl ~1
maneuvering.
"You tax a'Hggfied citl/cns
stiu k holder* m this gnu •- Mi*
muintv " com lutJed Mr. Gahle,
"have onlv the ballot to *p> k
for voii \'ob e v< nr •'* nt.ind- fm
a firmness and economy in g * -
eitiment l»v voting fc: no net
Tm-silav aid l will do nn p
tuos' to »ee thru you w a st]iiars
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■■ Ml |»ie or business, veu
mm must be strong, vlg
•rou*. alive! Kitur* demands this
of —von. If voufr run-down and
lark pep. tt !» within venr power
In regain vmir liralth. Illgb John
Medicine Tonic, for ve.irs has
helped numbers of people It Is
quick ai ting, containing coiucn
I rated High John Ibo I onqueeor
with other vabiablo medC
cine* ton «an fry this teftlu for
t da)*, on a nioney-baik guaran
tee bend no money. Just mat)
sour name and address f’ai onlv
&t. plus postaga on delivery. I te
as directed for a week If you are
not completely satisfied, sour dol
Dr h*ck Writ# NOW!
LEE COMPANY
j Isl Awry St„ MS. »«• R. 1.1
COUNCILMAN EDWARDS OFFERS
BETTER RACE RELATIONS PLAN
CoMitrlliimn <•♦**'! u** I ilnunl*.
fiiKt mttiilx" of thx i 11. ■j ■
f**»nt:< i| to off. ■ ii |> f,,r •(
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Charles A. Young Post, Inc.
NO. 77 AMERICAN LEGION
DETROIT, MICHIGAN
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COST OF NEW BUILDING
$29,124 9o
Burning of Mortgage and
Dedication Ceremonies
SUNDAY, OCT. 3,1943-3:30 P.M,
Post Home
564 EAST FOREST AVENUE
POST OFFICERS
Earl Rhoades Commander
Edward Bostic Senior Vice Commander
Hillard Roberts . Junior Vice Commander
Pearly B. Crudup . Adjutant
Lamar McQueen .... Finance Officer
Harry Snowden . Sergeant*at-Arms
Oscar Yarbrough . . ... Chaplain
William Johnson S.A.L. Chairman
Evans B. Lewis Historian
Evand B. Lewis . . Service Officer
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Wm. A. Dobbs, Patrick Johnson, Ivy Grant,
Randolph Weeks, Charles Banks,
James Carmack
Clubhouse Manager . . Elijah Reeves
BUILDING COMMITTEE
Lamar McQueen ... Chairman
FINANCE COMMITTEE
Lamar McQueen . . Chairman
Pearly Earl Evans, Talmadge
Stropps, William A. Dodds
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