Religion: Charity

For 50 years Evangelist Frank Clarry preached & practiced the Golden Rule. Often had he read aloud from Corinthians I (Chapter XIII, verse 1): "Though I speak with the tongues of men and angels, and have not charity. . . ." Often his daughter Dorothy heard him. She became an evangelist, too. Last month, aged 75, when crossing a Manhattan street against a red light, Frank Clarry was killed by Negro Motorist Moe Crawford. Moe was charged with homicide, clapped into the Tombs. Dorothy Clarry got the charge dismissed. Said she: "The poor fellow wasn't to blame." She visited his wife...

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