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Open House for House of Beauty Shown receiving some ol the hundreds of guests who toured the newly opened Rose-Mete House of Beauty Sunday and Grand Opening Held For House of Beauty The House ot Beauty, dedicated to the service of De troit and other mid-western women opened its portals to an admiring and paper public on Sunday and Monday, May .‘JO and 31. The building. located at 188 Mack Ave nue. was thronged with well-wishers as the grand opening was held on Sunday, followed by open house on Monday. Receiving the many visitors was Mrs. Carmen Murphy, the head of the C!Cantu- beauty pro ject. She was assisted by Mrs. Odessa Trotter. Business Man age:: Miss Morgan. Miss Meta Cardoza, and Miss Olivia Clark. The latter trio are of the nationally known Now York House of Beauty, and Rosc-Mota Product*-. This establishment specializes in a tip-to-tne beauty service in a setting that <s conductive to beauty The decors of each of the -\\ ngs f>: -mice have been selected according to the best effect so: the clients. The reception rooms are done in a very striking modern thpme, featuring chartreuse, navy green and white, with drapes of floral ITCH e W° ■ ■ Hll -or Monty ■•• h For owfk r»l*f fr-rtn itrhm« cauwri hy rtweim. •UJrt* • too*. tahm. pimnlr* and "*hrr itching ewxMinn*. utr purr, cnotins. mrdtratgH. lifjusl O.O.O.HWJCb'foon, A anrtnc « (nrmul«. Cffwlwt and Snnthr*. cnmfrvt* »nd qutcbJv caln» in tens* itrhing 3 V trial bottle pro—-A. ot money back. Don't auffrr Aik your 4nipt wky ler O. O. O. OmsMienoM. ■WHT ““ * V. * kML3L htLwi I WD ... ■ -g» T 1 HgHfK[ I ' I v. -c ■Bm | ■ 1 JPi Hb. ’ A j^W <]f' ' BQh - .Jin'fapc ..... ijEfr JURaMf w ■ - ; 3K* jwi^lß^KMryV Manicuring and Reception Room The Reception Room, where there are ten manicur ing positions. Left to right. Miss Beatrice Traylor, Mrs. Fleming. Mrs. Clifford Pruitt, Mrs. Ella Davis, and ex treme right, Mrs. Vivian McGnie, all of whom are on the staff of the Fleming Beauty School. For beauty and com fort, the reception room consists of brown leather turfted walls, manicuring table, also of brown leather and rhrome, featured with soft cushioned chairs of the lat est style. The founder's picture is centered on the wall. Fleming s Graduation Class of '47 Pvst row, seated, left to right: Rev. Paul Turner, Chicago, 111. | Instructors Lucille Tolliver, Clifford Pruitt, Vivian McGrue, Beatrice Fleming Fleets, founder-pres ident, Ella Davis, Otelia Cook, Myrtle Gamble and Rev. Jonathan A. Dames, pastor of Bethel A.M.E. Church, De troit. Enroll now efficient instructors. Terms if desired. Monday, ara Odessa Trotter. Carman Murphy and Oliaia Clark. Miss Clark it from tha Naw York Houta of Baauty. print. The room for hair styling boasts a complete mirrored wall, affording milady a maximum view of the artistry of the styl ists. Among the staff membeis art Emmitta Cardoza, chief cosme tologist and hair stylists: Odessa Trotter, bqautv consultant: Opal Pritchard, modiste: Linda Page, milliner: Herman Lorenzo, pho tographer: Dr. R C. Bennett physician; Dr. Ben Brownley chiropodist: Dr J. A. Catching, dentist, and host of other ex perts in the beauty arts. Negro Student Queen LOUISVILLE. Kv. (Speciali— Miss Geneva Faulkner, a senior student at Catholic High School I here, crowned the statue of Mary. . Mother of Jesus Christ, during a religious celebration in honor of The Mother of God at Sacred Heart Academy last week All the Seniors of the Catholic girls’ high schools in tho city par ticipated. Miss Faulkner acted as queen of the annual observ ance. Scores of out-of-townars at tanded tha opaning alto. It it Detroit t first tip-to-toe baauty tarvice. all under ona roof. ‘Side Payments’ Violates Law VA Announces Veterans Administration to dav cautioned veterans, build ers and lenders against the con sequences of making or accept ing so-called "side-payments’’ in the sale of home properties to veterans with the aid of G. I. loans. VA said such side payments, usually made for the purpose of evading the prohibition against sales to veterans in ex cess of appraised "reasonable value"—are a direct violation of law and subject offenders to possible federal prosecu tion. Many cases have been report ed in which veterans have been induced to pay the builder or seller an amount over and above the salts price shown on the loan report submitted to VA, and upon which the government loan guarantee is based. Veterans who knowingly con spire to evade the law by mak ing such side payments rusk loss of their rights under all veterans’ laws. V.\ warned. VA said that anv lender who submits a loan to VA for guaran ty while possessing knowledge of a *-idc payment m connection with the sah', even though the pavment was made to a third pm tv other than the lender, will he suspended from further participation in the G I loan program. Also, any guaranty issued in connection with the transaction will be invalidated >4}of H i*** k* v T *~.. JJH x njfjjw J f f^ s^ ! HPHW :>#• * , ’X- *yjn ; * DETROIT TRTBUNR, SATURDAY. JUNE 5, 194* The (| R-A-C-E is 1 -r* |j | ! TRACK I by the old handicappfr I I The public was treated to a I rare show at the track Satuidnj. | We refer to the knockdown- 1 dragout brangle between Own ors Grisson and McDonald. Thu low comedy act was put on in the infield, in full view of 21.000 spectators. Well, we can only muse that the aristocracy of i horse owners, at Detroit has fal len to anew low What can you expect from the hoi polloi? SIR SPRITE WINS As The Old Handicapper pre- . dieted Sir Sprite romped home' in fine shape Memorial Day. His time was something nice, too.' a sizzling 1.44-1-5 for a mile and one-sixteenth. The little fel* low is still a lot of horse. N Tha interacting thing is how tear, tha way ha is handled. I Ha is tha consistent bi«r money , winner at this track. His hand lers taka him from hare to Sportsmans park in tha Fall, than to Churchill Downs, than | l Kaenaland In the Spring and finally back to Churchill < > Downs. When he arrives at Detroit he usually hasn’t won a race i since his departure the previous I Fall. This gets him in the right j spot with low weight, then bin- i go. he does it. Monday the take t was 515.000.00. With that much in his bank account he can coast : for a while and look for a soft I :■ pot. But watch him: he’s poison. Cotton Joe came through as pre- I dieted, too. Watch Joe’s Choice ! and Ekard at a nice price soon. Brooklyn Girl Wins Elks Scholarships SYRACUSE Miss Vivian King. 13 year old student of Markham High Scohol in Brook lyn. was judged the winner of the oratorical contest sponsored by the New York State Associa tion of Elks and held last Sat urday night in Lincoln audi torium. Miss King was the youngest es a group of seven and by her win here clinched the SSOO schol arship uivon by the State body. She will also have an opportun ity to compete for a prize of I SI.OOO at the regional contest to be held in Boston June 18 ENROLL NOW AT Flemings BEAUTY SCHOOL 9526 Oakland at Westminster —STAFF— I BEATRICE FLEMING FLEETS, President | ISAAC FLEETS, Vice President Senior Instructors MRS. CLIFFORD PRUITT ELLA ANDREW DAVIS VIVIAN McGRUE I O. b-9bZZ Evidence That Lewis Business ' -m- m * &j * ■■ ■ • t ■ ■ Mrs. Violet Lewis Lewis Business College John R. & Ferry Streets Detroit, Michigan A Dear Mrs. Lewis, How nice it was to have seen you. Words are truly inadequate to express my appreciation for all the knowledge that I gleaned as a student in your school. Had it not been r or ”The Lewis Business College” I would not hove been workinr in the Pentagon Euilding, which is the Department of the Army, Office of Ihe Surgeon General, Physical Standards Division. I am working as a secretary to a Colonel Charles S. Mudgett, the Chief of' the Disposition and Retirement Branch. May God bless you Mrs. Lewis, as you continue to train Negro young women to better qualify them selves for a recognized place in this our world of today. Sincerely yours, Vivian J. Baker 1 Enclosure Lucy D* Slowe Hall Washington, D. C. May 5, 1948 t rii i HOT ''Jfcb W^ka Wr .•. f^ . B isl BBBp i ***♦' I '• J- _•/. V •-.■-;*!? /y"ft £*•:' -. . ’ -'■ * . i 1 K " *146 St. Antolna, c mmm WwiWi—f»i«w C Lifford Training Excels Shampoo Room llsaac Fleets, Vice President, looks on while M»s» Beatrice Traylor, instructor, instru*?s class in shampoo ing. Fleming Graduates 50 on June 28th . , •weises for the Fleming School of Bosuty will b* h#ld •* 1:30 JM*- Mondsy tvoning. Juno 21. at Bothal AME Church intrt will ba 50 graduatas, aach having a modal to damontirat* nar work. public is cordially invited and there is no admission. This Coupon and SIO.OO will enroll you in FLEMING’S SCHOOL NAME ADDRESS • •••eeee#eeeeeoeeaeeee*»» “ PHONE • , Do you want to save three valuable years? * Possibly you have dreamed of taking a four-year univer sity course. In these chaotic times, four years seems a long time. If you want to get into action—to DO something to help—and to make the most of your op portunities, the special 8 WEEK SUMMER SCHOOL beginning at the LEWIS BUSINESS COLLEGE, Mon day, June 14, 1948, is cer tainly YOUR OPPORTUNI TY. In just a few months you can finish your business course, and secure a well paying position with the government as this young lady from Detroit has done. BE PREPARED TO EARN YOUR OWN MONEY. Can you do MORE THAN ONE THING WELL?? Mrs. Vio let Lewis, president of the LEWIS BUSINESS COL LEGE, or any member of the faculty, will be happy to * help you in selecting the course best suited for you. Call at the office in person, 5450 John R. Street at Fer ry, or telephone for litera ture and information TRini ty 1-9743 or TRinity 1-9166. The office will be open daily for registration from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.