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Detroit Tribune (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Detroit, MichiganElect. John d. O h air common pleas judge saturday april 3, 1965 Detroit Tribune Page 3 Golf Oil exhibit tells of activities in negro Community women s activities by Isaac Roger wins and his de wife mrs. Altha Collins dissolved their Quot loves pm in a Bat the of words in recorders court last week. Collins 35, of 1292 Liebold Home any More. Clinton m xon fought a losing Matiie Lor Nis Iron .0111 last week before the bar of Justice in court. A a a n. 49. No Home a regular customer of the court Wui aed was charged with assault and into police Headquarters and de Battery in the complaint of mrs. Handed to be locked up. He had o hair endorsed by Wolverine bar Assn. Misplaced fear and apprehension by citizens Over court appearances seriously undermine the judicial system of this state John d. Of hair candidate for common pleas judge pointed out today. Quot individuals frequently Are overwhelmed with the magnitude of government and its impersonal complexity to the detriment of All a the 35-year-old assistant City of Detroit attorney said. A it is the responsibility of every office Holder to remedy this of hair in expressing his own philosophy of government referred to the words of Thomas Jefferson in the declaration of Independence who spoke clearly of the unalienable rights of men for life Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness. A Jefferson stated a to secure these rights governments Are instituted a of hair said. On april 5, the general election will be held to elect a judge to fill the vacancy in common pleas court. In the primary of hair led All other candidates by a wide margin. In his eight years with the City of Detroit of Blair has tried hundreds of cases in common pleas court. He has also trial experience before circuit Federal and the Michigan supreme courts. O hair believes a witness or litigant who leaves the court room should respect and have Confidence in the american judicial process. A the trial judge is the key to creating this positive impression a of hair said. Quot it is his duty to insure a full Opportunity to All citizens to he heard in court. The citizens apprehensions should be put aside by courteous and fair administration of a enhancing the dignity of the court is the task of the of hair also is a teacher of evidence at the Detroit College of Law. He is supported by labor and civic organizations including a committee of 60 prominent lawyers. O hair was the Only judicial candidate in the primary Given a rating of a a preferred by civic Searchlight. He has recently been endorsed by the Detroit building trades Council and the Wolverine bar association. Gulf Oil s new exhibit on the company s Aid to education program employees and dealers Community relations activities and support of women s organizations is Given a final Check before Quot hitting the Road Quot. The ten foot four panel exhibit Wili be featured at major conventions and Home shows throughout the country. Attend Pittsburgh a. A a new ten foot panel exhibit depicting gulls activities in the negro Community will be displayed at major Home shows and conventions throughout the country. The exhibit consisting of four Back lighted no of panels uses approximately 50 photographs to illustrate Gulf said to education program employees and dealers Community relations activities and support of women s organizations. The panel on educational Aid incorporates photographs of financial Grant presentations by Gulf representatives to presidents and faculty of numerous negro colleges. Two Gulf faculty salary supplementation grantees. Doctors Tilman c. Cothran and John t. Blue jr., also arc portrayed. Gulf employees and dealers Are featured on another panel. Of eur nations Range from Secretary to sales representatives. Tour Gide consultant to Public re a Phpps Man service and delivery a Desman to Niht dispatcher their locations also vary a and ii de in a Khordi Detroit at Lanta Philadelphia and loins in a Community relations activities in rated or Portie Inaten in by it Elf and its representatives in clude a sports banquet in Atlanta a Gulf reception for delegates to the Pennsylvania state convention of the a act a Clark College a a Homecoming luncheon the Urban league beaux arts Ball in new York and the honouring of olympic medallists at Tennessee a. Amp i. University. The panel is a veritable a a who a who in american life among the civic and Community leaders shown Are or. Ralph Bunche Roy Wilkins a a Jake Gaither Erroll Garner and Whitney Young. As noted on Gie fourth panel a Gulf recognizes the vital role of women in today a Gulf s contribution is represented by photographs of a Rinke dinks. Inc. Benefit a Gay northeastern ers regional in a local United fund activity and assistance to squaws inc., Philadelphia chapter. Previewed in Pittsburgh at a Gulf reception held in the Bice Low apartments Penthouse the exhibit was shown at the March 1-20 homemakers service shown Jacksonville Florida and next will be exhibited at the Georgia a a Neh is and education Assoc a Don convention apr 7 9, in the municipal auditorium Atlanta. Support your Reo Cross Collin. 34, cd 554 Rad Macher Mother of 11 children who accused Collins father of 8 of her a Hydren of coming to her Home at 1 am. Where he Siai Ted an argument Over whether or not she had paid the rent. Mrs. Collins accused her husband of tearing the buttons of he. Blouse and beating her Mouth and face with his fists. �?o1 was in bed when my husband asked me about the rent a explained mrs. Collins Quot i told him that the welfare was paying the rent and that was not his worry. He said he heard that i had not paid the shaking his head forcibly Collins denied the charge. A when i got to my wife a Home at 1 . She was not even Home a he asserted a the children were alone in the House and said they did no to know where their Mother had Collins said he waited for his wife. When she came Home 1 asked her where was she coming from this time of the morning she told me it Wasny to my business then she got a Butcher knife and stabbed me. 1 hit her in judge Ricca turned to Collins a i see you were put on probation once before on the same kind of charge against your wife but you violated your a you can Quot to stay on probation around this woman a replied Collins. snapped the judge a you stayed around your wife Long enough to get 8 a Only seven of the children Are mine a explained Collins a and that a when it started to getting Collins was found guilty and placed on one years probation. # William Thomas 31, of 620 Commonwealth was charged with defrauding a hotel last week in a warrant signed by recorders judge Elvin l. Davenport. Police said Thomas checked in at the Wolverine hotel 55 East Elizabeth last dec. 26. He signed the Register As William Thomas 620 Commonwealth blvd., new Kennington a. He remained at the hotel until Jan. 31, 1965, when he left without paying his Bill which amounted to $66.21. 4 4 it looks like love flew out of the proverbial window in the Case o.1 Eddie Davis and his former Girlfriend Gloria mar on Davis 23, of 3455 w. Chicago an Auto worker pleaded guilty to assault and Battery and was placed on one years probation by recorders judge John a. Ricca. Miss Marion 20, of 13463 Orleans accused Davis of beating her about the face with his fists giving her two Black eyes on March 11 at 1 . While she was a guest in his apartment. Miss Marion had Prool of the assault upon her face and he eyes. A i done to want anything else to do with him a miss Marion told judge Roca. A alright a snorted Davis a i would like to have nut on some kind of peace Bond so she can Slop calling my miss Marion had the last word a a done to worry i will not Call Sotir. Ousted drum the lobby of receiving Hospital. A i Tost wanted to go to jail overnight to keep from freezing. I am i Dene no Ning so i done to want to stay in jail any longer. Ill find a place co say tonight a 1 done in a no Back and ask for another nights lodging in a the court will save you of that replied Judic Ricca a a five Days in jail. By that time Spring should be Robert Lee Young of 2 8 7 5 St. Antoine was charged with felonious assault last week in a warrant signed by recorders judge Elvin l. Davenport. Young was arrested on the complaint of William Grundy or. 14, of 2651 St. Antoine when police observed Young striking William in the Mouth jaw and Forth Quot and. With a shoe Type roller skate near a roller skate rink at Woodward amp Stimson. The boy was Given first Aid at Hospital and released. The officers said further in Vestiga Ion disclosed that the in youths had a minor altercation earlier while skating at he roller rink. # 4� 4i Artina Breker 18, of 5919 St. Clair was charged with larceny in a store last week in a warrant signed by recorders judge Elvin l. Daenport. Miss Breker was arrested in a department store at 3516 Hart where she was accused of removing a two piece sweater suit from a display rack and concealing the garment under the Girdle which she was wearing. The suit was valued at $11.40. Police quoted miss Breker saying a i was going to sell the suit to get Money to buy milk for my # $ mrs. Patricia Simmons. 24, of 3227 Monterey was placed on one years probation last week after pleading guilty to larceny a a a pm a store before recorders judge John a. Ricca. Mrs. Simmons was arrested in i store at 10431 grand River after she filled a cart with 31 wearing apparels which amounted to $85 58 and pushed the cart out of the front door without paving for the merchandise. Mrs. Simmons told judge Ricca a i am trying to finish my a stealing 31 a titles of clo Hing a replied judge Ricca a you teed some e s. Amp e Elmer Whittaker 39, of 3754 vans was Char Quot pm w the welfare valid last wee1 n a War Quot Quot Quot Sipp d but a Quot Ards a a i judge Elvin l. Davenport. According to Charles a. Jhn Cen. Welfare investigator. Whit a Alec accented $516.30 in a Quot at a vents when he was actually a ivring in his own Hopay. Johnson further slated that Whittaker was Given another $1634 66 by the welfare Den r map before by fraud was discovered. File returns Early the Detroit Branch association for the study of negro life and history held its regular fourth sunday meeting at the Detroit histor Cal museum m at 4 00 pm. Theme for the afternoon was Quot the negro Essex and Kent county pictured Are or. Howard Mccurdy professor of biology University of Windsor or. John Gariep guest speaker. Professor of h Story. University of Windsor Detroit Branch Secretary mrs. Dorn and president or. Arthur Coar. Non partisan monday april 5, 1965 i vote x 14 civil rights stand a Gary Merrill stars in the title Roie of Quot John Marshall Quot on Abc to s Quot profiles in courage Quot series sunday april 18 6 30-7 30 . Est. The drama concerns the chief Justice of the . Supreme court who defended hit civil rights of americans during the treason trial of Aaron Burr Channel 4

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