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2146 St. Antoine. Cor. Columbia—Phone RAndolph 2704
Highland Park News
Ily Tom Owens
111 POLKS
With the Christmas season Just
nrouml the corner, old 11. P. Is be
ginning to buzz with activity.
** * *
The H. P. M. K. Sunday School
is planning a Christmas play anti
program to be given in a very un
ique fashion.
The Cust has been selected from
ReV. Bankhead’s Sunday School
class No. 3. Date of presentation
will appear In this column next
week.
• * • *
The Detroit and Highland Park
Civic League is preparing for a
community Christmas tree, to be
placed i»n the St. .Luke M. K.
church lot, corner of LaUelle un\!
Trumbull ave. Mrs. B. Buchannan
has been a very active member in
the preparation of the affair. Pur
ther announcements will be made
from local churches.
** * *
There will be a supper given by
tlui Ladies Aid No. 1 of 11. P. to
pic. 951 Kendall ave.
pie, an Kendall ave.
*****
The ‘Just Us’ dub met December
7, at the home of Mrs. L. Black
of Laßelle avenue. Mrs. K. Bright
and Mrs. Flemming were present
as guest.
Prizes were won by the Mes
dames Lillard, Oldham, and Fleru
tiling.
Mrs. B. Cary, mother of Mrs.
<l. It. Hoagland Jr. of Laßelle av*-.
is recovering from a heart attack
suffered recently.
** * *
Mrs. B. Buchannan of 355 La-
Belle ave. has been appointed re
presentative for H. P. in the Y.
W. C. A. membership drive
*****
Uoagland's Pndertakers. Basket
ball team, defeated the powerful
Mclvory team December 9, at the
M. C. A. gym., to the tune of
38—36, Jackson and Hill were high
point men on our team, and Buddy
Stevens was high point man for
Mclvory.
*****
The If. P. team now holds Ist
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A. G. WRIGHT
FUNERAL HOME
SOS E. Hancock - Temple 1*2816
WHEN YOU ARE IN TROUBLE Consult Let Us Save
You Worry, Trouble and Money. We are Always At Your Ser
ice, with or without money. For Night or Day Service, Phone;
TEM PLE. 1 -281 6
At Graystone Ballroom
ByCHAS. YOUNG POST NO. 77
American Legion Drill Team
A Lady’* Beautiful Wri.t Watch and other Priae* given away
place in the M. D. L. League.
Percy Ford of 11. P. A. C. and,
runner up for the ‘33’ Gulden t
Gloves, states that he has no in- ;
tendons of boxing in the ‘34’ Gold
en Gloves tournament.
»•• • •
Mr. and • '. Mrs. Sluckv are the
proud parents of a baby boy born
to them November 21.
* * • ♦
Miss Audrie Addison of Terry
avenue K. was the week end guest j
ot Miss Farrow of Kunduy ave.
diis past week.
* * * *
Mrs. A. Hill of 31 Kendall ave.
is ill at her home. Her condition
la sal l to he temporarily serious.
>f. .•£
The Ladles Friendly Sewing rluh
met Thursday. December 7 at the
home of Mrs. I. Miller of Kendall
ave. Mrs. L. Dash, the president,
presided over the meeting. The
climax of the alliair was a delight
fuh luncheon.
*****
The Progressive Chorus will give
a party tonite at tlie home of L.
Williams 1565 Ford. Dancing and (
•ard playing, admission free.
*****
The Acc Flying Booster club is
holding a point celebration with
the North Detroit Chapter of the
satiKV club.
They will have a Christmas tree
and refreshments. Date, December
23. Place, Mrs. Young’s home, ut
1624 Ford avenue.
** * *
Itev. Young will speak Sunday
morning on the subject ‘Christ In
deed.* Subject for evening service
‘Ciiwelcomed Guest.’
NOTICE^
s*
All re> oriers for the Tribune are
requested to send in t licit news
tjped or written In Ink. with wide
.pacing between lines and writing
on one side of paper only. All
names written la long hand should
bo printed, so us to enable the of
liec lo reproduce them correctly.
Saturday, Dec. 16, 10,13
FASHIONS
By Mary M. Stallings
IMPORTANT ILITKS
Kfery date during the first year
after the sixteenth birthday Is of
great importauts to the young miss
Therefore the young lady will ap
predate nothing more (hurt a well ,
designed party dress for the Christ
mas holidays. The party frocks for
the adolescents are carefully
selecti and to bring out Just the right
qualities of the wearer.
Youth always look better In less
drumatc colors ,pastel tuts. The
pastel colors of ths season have
glints of ttie richer shades in them.
Avery alluring combination can
be obtained by trunning a ight tut
with a darker shade of tlie same
line. Const rast ing color schemes
It in with the festive atmosphere.
The style of tin* dresses and
formal gowns for the misses is In
the same tempo as that of the older
girls and matrons high necklines
in the front that drape into a very
low hack. The moth wing style
seems to lie very becoming Itnbroi l
ered with rhinestones or little
brilliant heads.
Transparent materuls are subtle
as trimming for. for sliiney satins,
dull crepes, and heavy velvets.
Little capelets and Jackets are
mode of light weight chiffons <>r
georgette with small bright stones
on the hem of the frilles and ruf
ties. These jackets are successfully
worn with any plain gown and
they afford a variation of styles In
the same costume.
With these dull dresses and
frilles the young lady will wear
us a head gear, a crown of Jewels.
The same design of the dress is
carried out in the crowns that are
modeled to the hea l. Tin* crown is
a sparkling piece of Jewelry for the
young wearer and ables her to
keepe for the evening.
Sheer gloves or long cuffs made
front the same material as the
dress gives an interesting touch of
difference to the gown.
II the shoes are not the color of
the gown they should be glod or
'silver. Frilly little hand hags are
J added bits of chlcness to the girl
,lsh vanity.
Blue Rythm Band
of N. Y. Cotton Club
At Arcadia, Mon
day Night Dec. 18
Detroit has u wonderful treat in j
store Monday night when the one j
and only Ali 11m Blue Rhythm Hand !
playr. an engagement at the Area- j
ilia Monday Night, Dee, lsth. The j
Cotton Club Revue numbering sixty j
people, including the ineom pa ruble |
Adelaide Hall und Geo. Dewey
Washington will be there to meet j
positively the largest crowd ever
to dance under one roof.
There will lie two bauds that will'
keep you in action from the time
that you enter the spacious Kali
Room until the wee hours. John
Lane and his Melody Roys will he
I the opposing Hand to the Radio
Stars. Mills Rhythm Hand, The
Arcadia has l.»l)0 spectators seats,
so that those who don’t cure to
dunce run listen to the hot rhythm
tunes from dear old New York. The
price of admission will he In keep
ing with the times and it is pre
dieted that there will he a record
: crowd of many thousand people
j there at this big Christmas I’arty,
Monday.
Speaks At
Toledo Y.M.C.A.
Dr. W. Thomas laive, a promi
nent local Physician, was one of
the chief speakers at the 3rd an
niversary exercises of the Indiana
Branch Y. M. C. A., held In Toledo
Sunday, Dec. 10. His subject was
“The World 1 Build.” Dr. Love
spoke on the same program with
Mayor elect Solon ’l’. Klotz.
A large and appreciative audi
cnee ol both races was present.
The special anniversary exer
cises will continue through Sunday
Dec. 17., and many prominent
speakers are scheduled to parti
cipate, among them being VVillis
Ward, of Detroit.
The Toledo Y. M. C. A. is housed
in a splendid building modern In
structure and elegant In appoint
ments. Leo Bergmann Marsh, for
inerlv of Detroit "Y” is secretary.
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XMAS EVE MID-NITE DANCE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24th
FLETCHER HENDERSON
h 1?? Homeland Ball Room Orchestra / admission 75c
. . . _ —— 1 .. “as- *4
THE DETROIT TRIBUNE
Your Destiny
AS VISIONED
IN THE CRYSTAL
BY
"RAMON"
THE MENTALIST
II U. F. When wll I get a reply
to the letter I wrote several weeks
ago and what will be the answer!
Alls. The position for which you
applied HAS AI.RKAHI BEKS’
FILLED. 1 advise you to go in
person rather than depend on a
lett.er next time. You wil loot re
ceive an answer.
S. 11. H. I am a widow and it
esenis with ull the held I lime, and
with the work that I do, I never
succeed like I want to. )VIII I
etei- do these tilings I would like
to do!
Alls.: God bless you my good !
woman. You are Just like lots of
other good mothers. \ou think first
of your children’s welfare and then j
of your own. Yes, you will MOVE
INTO BETTER SCRROCNDINGS
for your children hut not until
l!t:i4. Stick it out tills winter where
you are and when spring rolls
around try your luck in some other
section of the city. Your children
will pave your future with golden
years of happiness.
* • * *
V. ii, T. 1 have been told there
Na lot ol' money coming to me
through an Jnherltunw*. It this
true f
Ans.: I do not see that there
anyone, either in your family or
among your friends who is in a
1 positon to leave you any money,
property or nvestment,
* * * *
| \. L. It. My boy friend went to
Chieago and promised to write me,
hut lie never has. Does lie i’fiully
love me or w«,s he liming a good
time at my expense!
Ans.: 1 advise you in the future
to he more careful us to your
friends. The man in question HAS
A WIFE ALREADY in Chicago and
I believe you had hotter forget all
(about him.
Testimonial By
Detroiter
Cured After IS Your*' Illness
Detroit, Michigan.
October Ifi. 1933.
World Wonder Medicine Cos.
Dear Sir:
I only wish to say that I have
been suffering? with my side for
(12) twelve years, and my Neck for
<!!> two years. 1 have had many
restless nights.
On rising in the morning. T
would feel all tired aid sluggish,
and my mouth would taste bad, but
since I have been tnklng World
Wonder System Hullder for (2)
weeks all of the above aliments
have gone.
I don't feel like I ever was sick:
every Doctor that I wont to said
I hud to b eoperated on, but World
Wonder System Hullder and World
Wonder Massage has removed nil
pains and I feel that I am u well
woman again.
1 had to be operated on, but World
Wonderful Medicine as I feel it
should be recommended. 1 only
wish that every sick person in the
world could get one bottle of this
WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
Yours truly
Mrs. Eta Huckable,
2404 Elmwood
Detroit, Mich,
<(Adv.)
ANDREW’S CAFE
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
WEALS It) and I* Cents
OPEN DAY & NIGHT
553 Gratiot Avenue
NOTH: Your question will lit l answered h UKK In this column
ONLY when the healing of this column Is enclosed with
YOl’n CJDEtfTION. YOPR yi’f L NAME, HIHTHDATK, am!
CORRECT ADDRESS, for PRIVATE REPLY semi twenty
five cents and a self addressed envelope for my NEW
ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE
ADVICE on THREE QI'ESTIONS. Send all letters to RAM' 1
The Mental ill ear* of The Detroit I rlhtino, —l4 <» St. Antoine,
Cos/. Colmnhiu, Detroit Michigan.
CHAS. H. MAHONEY
Attomey-at-Law
Phona: CLIFFORD 049S
471 GRATIOT AVENUE
It. S. lam In very serious trou
hl« and want you to tell me what
I eaii do to get out of it in the bc«t
way i
Ans.* You art* not in as much
trouble as you have been thinking.
The man who really did the tiling
you have been blamed for HAS
CONFESSED and you have nothing
to fear.
T. M. J. Is there any way to get
away from my present surround
lugs
Ans.* 1 cannot understand how
a girl of your mentality could slip
so tar down into the gutter ot life.
There is still time for you to Ive
j a respectable life. LEAN E I HIS
TOWN and get away from these
j pjttple who are responsible for
I your career of misfortune und
! vice.
* * * *
11. L. S. Will I He O. h. If I tru
In the ring to make a living.’
Alts.: ON ONE CONDITION and
thut. Is that you adopt the tactics
used by TOP EYE. Try to develop
the old "haymaker." There is a
r» al opportunity in the fistic world
foi a fast slugger.
* * * *
It. D. It. I wrote an important
| lettei to a certain party not long
ug« and this person claims that the
letter was never received. Is this
the truth!
Ans.: The letter wus received bv
this p . <on und naturally ,as it
will n.-ecssitate his PAYING A
BILL, lie is trying to stall you off
as long as possible.
C. It. Will ni) health Improte
with out an operation. and will I
lh« if I hate it done!
Ana : l advise you to take tin
advise of your physician in th's
matter, as he knows your case
better than anyone else. You have
nothing to fear if you will HAVE
! A LITTLE MORE CONFIDENCE
i in yourself and your doctor.
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Repaired
o
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TYPEWRITER CO.
TOwnsend 6-3109
HOTEL NORTHCROSS
Rooms Bv Dav or Week
Rooms as Low aa M. 50 oer
Week
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Corner Columbia
HOME COOKING it always more
enjoyable than just mere rettua
rant food, that u why Alma’t
Lunch it to popular and the price*
are jutt right
10c —15c—20c MEALS
ALMA’S LUNCH
2207 ST. ANTOINE, at Columbia
IDEAL LUNCH
HOME COOKING
Meals 15c nnd f'p
Wide Variety to Choose from
Give Is a Trial and he Convinced
1033 8L Antoine St.—Down Stain.
HAMTRAMCK NEWS
By I.elloj Whit*
Minn Angela Johnson of DeQuiu- |
dro street, was reroiilly married to I
William Canty, of fiHroli.
Tin students of the graduating
class of iiaiiitrumck 11 licit held a
mock election lately. Among those
who distinguished themselves on
this occasion were Maurice Jenkins,
Helen Ware. Arthur Alexander,
Kmma Kimbrough, Robert Bald
win, Geraldine Heave*, Laura 11 in*
Hicks. Kftie McKinney, Flora
Peoples, Grace Stand!, Naomi
Williams and Wlllh Meadowbrooke
Mrs. Shavers, of Jackson Mich.,
will visit Hamtramck next week,
ns guest of Mr. and Mrs. James S.
Roister of Kaher street.
Asa result ot the C. W. A. work
lie Christmas vacation of Hie
• indents of Hamtruinck public
schools will be extended to Jan.
in.
With this week’s contribution,
1 will relinquish my duties as
Hamtramck reporter for the Tri
bune.
1 am forced to give up my col
iimn, because I have secured an
other position. I have enjoy* I tell
ing you of the happenings in Ham
tramck. It is with the deepest re
gre that I eeas> writing this
i column.
KDITOirS NOTH. As Mr.
Whitt* hus stated above, In* will not
represent the Detroit Tribune In
Hanitratm'k alter this issue. We
have found pleasure in working
with him. We appreeiate his abili
ty and wish him suet-ess in his
new lield of serviee.
We wish to announce that begin
ning next week, the Mamtramek
column will be handled by Harnett
lee. Mr. lee is a student at Detroit
City College and will render splen
did and efficient service as repre
sentative of the Tribune in Main
tramek.
All local churches, social and
civic clubs, and other organlza
tions and citizens are invited to
give him their news items each
week. They will he gladly published
in this column.
LOOK!! LOOK!!
If You Wish a
Club Charter
under which a
BEER LICENSE WILL BE GRANTED
Pull the M'.TKOIT THIIUM- 3.\nd»lpli 2?<H T
Patronize Our Advertisers!
Physicians
Phono Temple 1*021!)
Honrs: 10.12 A. M. 2-1, 7-9 P. M.
DR. W. THOMAS LOVE
Physician and Sureeon
Office nn«l Rfdldfiiro
38.1 Fast Warri'ii A\c« t or. Brush
Detroit. Midi.
• A
Cherry 0981
Office Hour* 2-4 & 0-8
Dr. S. H. C. Owen
455 Ea*t Adam* Ave. Detroil
"
Phonos
Os. Fitr. 4.1.10 Hours: II a. m. I
I |{os. Lenox 7 13.1 !1 •>, 7 9 p. m.
| Hospital. Fltzroy Will#
Dr. O. H. Sweet
Phyaidun
Oflioo 1700 Phono St„ Ppatalra
Itos. 290.1 Garland Detroit. Midi
OfDoo Phono Itos. Phono
Tor race 2-8890 Trinity 2-00.71
Office Honrs:
8:3019:90 n. m. SI-1 A 7-9:30 p. m.
Dr. J. P. Watkins
Physician and Snriroon
Hay and Nhrht Palls Answered
Office 603 Forest Ate. E. Hotrolt
Dentists
Office Hour* 9 a. m.—l p. m.—2
9 p. m.
Office Phone Ger. 1181—Re*.
Phone Euclid 1925
Sunday* by Appointment
Dr. Davenport J.
GRIMES
DEoiTIST
4224 McCraw Are.. Cor. Scotten
Detroit. Mich.
PAGE FIVE
NEWS OF INTEREST
FROM THE EAST
Ry A. K. Forsythe
Atlantl City, N. J. William. /»l
len of Trenton New Jersey who
figured in the news of the da''
when he accidentally stumble I
aero*:, tin kidnapped Lingburgli
baby now boasts a ob. After being
unable to care for his family fo*
several months because of econo
mic conditions Governor A. Harry
Moore ha appointed him as yard
man In tin Stute Home for Girl.*
a. Trenton.
r ’ comber fourth another
pet...J of tenseness prevailed whe.l
two colored men found the body of
l’u year old Kdna Morris (white*
near their shack. The findings of
Acting (Oroner Langford revealed
t .at the girl had been neither a*-
I tucked nor poisoned, death having
i apparently come from naturul
causes. Sheriff Daugherty is of the
J opinion that it is a case of mur-
I>• an William Pickens, N. A. A.
(’. I*. Held Secretary addressing tin*
Camden X. J. branch of the asso
ciation indicated the Communist*
ror stcritlelng lives of Scottshoro
hoys at the expense of poltlcal am
hit ion. The National Association he
planted out. had spent over
Jlt.tTOO on tin case and had they
with tlteir legal and moral set up
been allowed to handle it unliamp
ered the hoys would have been
freed u year ago.
••• • •
A local unit of the Emergem v
Advisory Council for Negroes is
actively engaged in Atlantic City in
fosterng the educational program
outlined by the National KAO ot ••
fleers. Prominent business and
professional men and women are
Phono Clifford 2292
Dr. O. E. Thompson
DENTIST
Office Honrs: 9 a. in. to I p. ni. it :
2 to !) »i. ni. / i A
I Os! Adams Fast, Corner Urn /
Phone*: Office Col. 3227—Re*.
Whittier 5352
Office Hours 10 to 12 1:30 I#
5:30 6:30 to 8:30
DR. W. L. POSTLES
DENTIST
503 E. Warren Ave, Cor Beaubie*
Detroit, Mich.
DR. W. P. SHELTON
DENTIST
Office Hour* 9:30 to 12 a. m.: 2
to 5:30 p. re.
Cheiry 0974
2217 St. Antoine St. Detroit
I Pure Pyorrhea Oflioo Hours
01. Fllr. loot! 9:341 a. m.- h p. ni.
Residence Lenox 743.1 *
Dr. O. O. Sweet
Painless llenllst
Crowns 1704) ( bone Sired
Plates Ppstalrs
Itrldiros _ Detralt. Mich.
Attorneys
WILLIS M. GRAVES
Lawyer
Euclid 8501
1727 St. AntoSno St —Park B 1 If
Alonzo D. Pettiford
Attorney and Counaellor
At Law
1911 St. Antolno Street
Residence: 6347 Stanford
Phono 4 \dlllao 90.12
William T. Patrick Sr.
ATTORNEY AT LA Yi
Phil and Criminal Practice
1.11.1 lteaiihlen St. Hotrolt, Midi.

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