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Westside Wife's Death Still A Mystery
10c j|V IJ) m ■ 10c w 7! WQMfnr* VOLUME 35—NUMBER 14 KILLS ANTI-BIAS MOVE "Montreal Wars On Immorality And Corruption" (Windsor Star) By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C. S. + + + GOD TO HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: GOOD FOR CANADA! "BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART, FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD"! "BLESSED ARE THEY WHO HUN GER AND THIRST AFTER RIGHTEOUSNESS, FOR THEY SHALL BE FILLED"! Such purity will proparo the way for divine control and guidance of that precious neighbor of My Messiah nation, the United Statesl (See MONTREAL WARS ON, Page 2) "Toppling Tombstone Kills Boy, 6" (Free Press, 12/17/56) East Orange, N. J. GOD TO HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: "SINS OF PARENTS VISITED UPON OFFSPRING"! BUT THERE IS NO FREEDOM OF THE WILL! I, GOD, CONTROL ABSOLUTELY AND COMPLETELY THE ONE R-E-A-L CREATION AND UNIVERSE OF OMNIPRESENT HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE— FLESHLESS, MA4AATBRIAL, SPIRITUAL, CHRISTLIKEI PART 2 ADAM-EVE 'CREATION' A M-Y-T-HII! The Adom-Eve damnable, spiritual adulterations of all Bibles must be repudiated absolutely, and completely! But that cannot be done within the four European relig ious cripples! and the philosophies of all of the non-Christ Scientist Adam's, Eve's thinking, leadership, prayers!ll (See TOPPLING TOMBSTONE, Page 2) Daughter of Devil's R.C. 'Dies' Age 28—THE DEVIL TAKING THE BIBLICAL 40 YEARS, PLUS! Miss Virginia M. Renaud "HEART ATTACK" THE DEVIL SAYS! GOD TO HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: ANOTHER T-H-l-N-K-l-N-G SUFFOCATION!—OF IMPURE PRAYERS, THINKING, DISCIPLINE, HAVING THE SHADOW OF RIGHTEOUSNESS BUT LACKING MY, GOD'S, ETERNAL CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH SUBSTANCE—IMPERATIVE FOR LIBERATION FROM THE MYTHICAL, DEVILISH, ANTI-CHRIST ADAM-EVE EGO AND PSYCHOLOGY OF ALL HUMAN BIRTHS! (See DAUGHTER OF DEVIL'S, Page 2) "Woman Driver Killed In Crash" (Free Press) ANOTHER THINKING SUFFOCATION— THE DEVIL TAKING THE BIBLICAL 40 YEARS! "Ithaca—(AP)—Mrs. Alice Bard, 30, of St. Johns, was injured fatally when car she was driving went off US27 . and crashed into a bridge abutment. "She was alone in the car." May 18, 1957 Judge Nathan Kaufman Juvenile Court Detroit, Michigan Dear Judge Kaufman: An admirer of yours, Mr. Robert Walker, a contractor (and M. D. too), told me how much he enjoyed your handling of the little colored boy who aet fire to that home and the very commendable amends he made; and a*k«d if ! wou drop you a line and share with yeu seme of our g y inspirational, but explosive, material. I missed that telecast, but have seen a number of othars, and feel you are doing a fine work, truly. Wo trust the enclosures will contribute something to your fine aspirations. ’ , Inspirationally yours, according to Christ, Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S.+++ AFFM:m Ends. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1957 Found Dead By Neighbor DETROIT—A wtdiidt house wife was found dead this week by her neighbor as she return ed home from a movie. Mrs. Ola Mae Moore, 31, was fatally stabbed to death by an unknown assailant minutes after she left her home at 5925 North field to go to a nearby restau rant. Mrs. Eleanore Shorer, 25 of 5827 Northfield found Mrs. Moore's body on a front lawn near her home as she returned from a movie. Mr. B. Moore, 37 told police that his wife had only left a few minutes earlier. The dead womas had severul bills in her pocket. D.L McSwain Is Honor Graduate Mrs. David L. McSwain Sr., will be leaving by motor the last week in May to attend the Graduaion of David Jr eldest son of the late Mr. David L. McSwain Sr. who passed away in March 1065, from the Des v y 3 -/A i fcgw 121 1 ■ KSIpIiB m DAVID L. SWAIN Moines Still College of Osteo pathy and Surgery in lowa. She Last Rites Held For Pioneer Undertaker Last rites for James A. Web ster, 74, one of Detroit’s pioneer undertakers, were held Wednes day noon at St. Matthews Epis copal Church with the Rev. F. Ricksford Meyers officiating. Webster was born in Detroit and attended public schools here. He received his embalm ing licen.e in 1915 and estab lished his first funeral home with Gabriel Davis, a partner ship which lasted until Davis', '-‘WSSk -> >■ A t ,g/- \t <■ l‘ # *,t 'riSijt.r BMMKWr 1 a l - ■ lyjK is |Hr 1 SB .^Bl«.• •&V£'£ ATTEMDWO the Jefferson* Saturday at Masonic Tempi* w* ted •• rt«hli J«*o» *•!*•• swit \ ' JH^m ■9 I X^~m**gMl I m lfc-—B LEADING CITIZENS OFF TO WASHINGTON are: Mr. Calvin Rhodes, Mr. D. Moore 27,000 Prayer Pilgrims Hear Randolph, Wilkins will be accompanied by David Jr.’s wife Adele and young son David 111, also her daughter 1 Mrs. Peggy Starks. On the return trip they will journey to St. Louis, Mo. where Dr David L. McSwain will tako the State Board Exam. Dr. Mc- Swain is President of his class as well as the first Negro to be elected Vice-President of Phi Sigma Gamma Fraternity. Upon their return to Michigan early in June, Dr. McSwain will become one of the first Negro interns to enter Zeiglcr Osteopathic Hospital in Detroit, i death several years ago. He was well known also for his social and civic activities, being very active in church and fraternal organisations. He was a 60-year member of St. Matthews’ Episcopal Church, was a member of Marracci Tem ple No. 13, Prince Hall Masons, and the Wolverine Funeral Di rectors Association. He was survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen R. Webster, and a sister, Mrs. Gladys Allen. K oh <m *M Williams . wife ol Michigan's Qeeernor. 970 GRATIOT, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN PRICE: SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS; PER YEAR, $4.50 of Local 200, Mr. J. Landfarr of Local 209, Mr. H. Branch and Mr. Edward Turner, presi* WASHINGTON, —Gathered in solemn concourse be fore the beautiful and classic Lincoln Memorial here to day, Negroes of Ameroica joined unitedly in prayer and plea for racial justice in the land of their nativity. They pledged themselves not only to pray for human rights but also to work ceaselessly through the electoral pro cess, through the courts and through an appeal to the conscience of the nation for the elimination of racial discrimination and segregation. Called to the nation's capital by three top leaders, 27.000 citixens from 36 states assembled at noon in front of the Lincoln shrine in a Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom. They came here to observe the third anniversary of the United State Supreme Court's hisoric ruling of aMy 17. 1954. banning racial segrega tion in public education, to call for enactment of pending civil against mob violence and error in the South, and to pay tri bute to the memory of the Great Emancipator in the sha dow of whose chaste memorial the meeting was held. Wilkins Affirms Negro's Americanism This meeting, Mr. Wiikins told .the assembled throng “calls toj ' our fellow Americans of every I station, region, faith, and race' jto rturn to the belief in, and observance of ,hc enduring prin ciples of religion truth justice, forbearance, love, brotherhood.’’ The NAACP leader alfirraed the Americanism of the Negro citi zens. “As loyal Americans.’’ he. said, “we believe that when the Supreme Court rules against and Judy# EMn Da van port. Senator Wayne Morse of Ora* Con was keynote speaker* * dent of the Miehigan NAACP. They left from the Michigan Central Station. a segregated public school sys tem which has cheated our chil dren these many decades, that ruling should be obeyed.” Right to Vote Stressed Throughout the three and a half hour program, stress was placed on the right to vote. Mr. Wilkins’ co-chairman likewise dealt with the right to vote issue as did Congressmen Adam Clay ton Powell of New York City and Charles C. Diggs ,of Detroit. "We are here." labor leader Randolph declared, "to assert that the issue in the crisis of civil rights in our nation today does no involve opposiion of Negroes to whies or whies o Negroes. There are leaders in cerain circles who would like to make this the issue, but the real issue involves con flict between certain basic so cial an dmoral values, such as (Continued on Page 6) R. Price Still Leads In Superintendent Contest Roosevelt Price, of Warren Ave. Baptist Church, is lead ing the field of eight contestants in the TRIBUNE’S Second Annual Sunday School Superintendent Contest. Mr. Price was* second place winner last year and striving to become first place winner in the 1957 contest, as it hits full stride. Although the nomination of candidate* are clote, there 1* still time to tend in votes and subscription* for your favorite contestant. The contest standing are as follows: Mr. Roosevelt Price, War ren Ave. Baptist Church .... 220 Mr. John Furman, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church ...... 160 Rev. E. S. Chapel Hill Baptist 150 Mr. William K ng. New Grace Baptist 150 Mr. James Thomas, Hope well Baptist 150 Mr. McCluster Billups, Jordan Grove Baptist 150 ~ Mr. Hondon B. Hargrove, Oak Grove AME - 150 Mr. John Haynea, Third Baptist . khihiihuiisi i sass* -—Mi 1M Rejects Southern Proposals WASHINGTON (Special) Last Monday the Senate Judi c.ary Committee rejected a Sou tnern proposal that would knock out much of the impact and ef fectiveness of the Eisenhower Civil Rights Bill. The proposal sparked by Sen. Ervin (D.-N.C.) and Sens. Eastland (D.-Miss.), McClel lan (D.-Ark.), and Johnston (D.-S.C.) would have dropped three provisions of the exist ing bill. The provisions the southern block wanted dropped were: (1) The creation of the special com mission in, the Justice Depart ment to enforce civil rights laws. (2) The creation of a spe cial commission with power to examine complaints of viola tions of civil rights (3) The set ting up of a system permitting injunction suits to protect a va riety of civil rights. If tbasa, provisions wars dropped the only thing loft in the bill would boa section protecting the voting rights of Negroes. However, the Southerners have been able to tack on an amend ment which deals with “nght to-work.” This amendent would outlaw any labor contract which requires labor union member ship as a condition for getting or keeping a job. It is bitterly opposed by unions and many of those who want the civil rights bill passed. This amendment was put on by Sen. McClellan (D.-Ark.) with a purpose of hin dering the rights bill passage. Gives UNCF Pulitzer Award NEW YORK—Sen. John F. scnted his SSOO Pulitzer Prize check to the United Negro Col lege Fund in Boston, May 11. The Democratic Senator won the Pulitser biography award for his volume, "Profilas in Courage." The check was accepted by Winthrop H. Churchill, chair man, and Mrs. Norris G. Davis, co-chairman of Boston’s UNCF appeal. “This is one of the most important causes I know and I feel It a privilege to contribute to it,” Senator Kennedy said in making the presentation. NAACP Appeals Texas Injunction NEW YORK—A permanent injunction barring the NAACP from operating in the State of Texas except under limited con ditions will be appealed by the Association, it was announced hr re today by Dr. Channmg H. Tobias, chairman of tht NAACP Board of Directors. Dr. Tobias said the decision to appeal the case was made by the Board at it* regular monthly meeting here on May 11 Last year the Association also was banned by court proceed ings from opediting in Louisiana and Alabama.