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*jrSM jWfeiEf s' ■ ftpi ■ _Jsf& v^|j^ /vt'm^ B . BLvS :... - ft. * £*>* ":f * ■ELATE AND FAMILY IN ROME— s *- Tv*«r'« Sqiuirr, Knnir, Italy, i« the mut i, inukcr Ki.hno l> k»rd Mch..k prWatr of the Hr»t Kplaropul dl.trlot of ih, AMK < huroh. Hi.hu,> Vhhok hi. fo.mlv ■titol Komo 1.1.1 ttook prior to tlh»«H tho Mothodi.t Krum.itiral (ontor.n.r .< (l,f„ r ,t F,n K laml loft I ri*ht: Su.«n NichoU (dmuhtor), Biohop Xlrholo, and Mrs. Hot Bail.} „,f,. u ,v proininrnt iurthmaii, lo«k on uhile the prelate record* their trip on film. millis Wheatley Group ets Play-Writing Contest Hr Nat.cnal Phillis Wheatley ■ndtition is spunsming a play- Hi't- contest in memory of His Wheatley, the slave gul B became a p«»et. He pin post of this contest is H*fold and) To stimulate more H-sprtad inteiest in the sig ■carue of Ph.iJlis Wheatley in Hrican life; <2* To stimulate Htive artists to themes Hinth Church of Christ * I Scientist, Detroit B Metis in Condon School. Grand Blvd. at Buchanan I Sunday Morninqs 10:30 ■ Meets in Reading Room ■ Wednesday Evenings 8:00 I. e *, din 9 ff>crn is located 1 -^ arren Ave M John * M is open daily except B* D a Y* and Holidays from ■ *.m. to 5 p tfTL B Tuesdays and Saturdays m ' Pm. to 9 p.m, I Phone TE. 3 3974 |Loraine 7-1488 || IV. A. Bristol I I LOrainc 7-1488 E I Agnes Bristol ■ »l Your Vrrvlo* I BRISTOL I BRISTOL I WERALI home I 1211 I I t S L> oi> » M,; htr .. I associated \a ith the poll x.' st-ug J gles anti tr*umphs ol NVgru givis and women, and LL> To beconu a source of incom* fiorn parta. pation m royalties from pri/o winning plays for the Mh'*la >hip fund of the National Ph lo Wheatley F oiirulat.on The theme of any pla> sub mitted for a pii/i jii tlu com petition must n latt to some as pect of Phillis Wheatley's .10-orn plishinents through struggle. fan tributors to thi> contest an free to cast their pla%s in tin past or in the piesent. Prizes are in tvso classes; ONE ACT PLAY competition open to high school student* from any public or private high school in the United States. or t*> «m\ young person of high school age First prize S2OO. second prize $130: third pr.ze SIOO. fouith p: i/l s.‘>o High schot>l competitors may use help from faculty member* or other students and the finished ploy may lx* submitted as an individual work or as a school or class enterprise. FULL LENGTH PLAY com petition (playing t.mo roughly one and one-half to two and on* half hours). Open to all persons, regardless of training, experience. M'ARTHUR COLTON DENTIST MICHIGAN and GRISWOLD Over K inset's Daily Hours, 9 to 8 Sunday, 10 to 12 Hours: 9 to 7 Daily WO. 5.1690 WO. 5-1891 & Dr Wm. I. W*». N lawl«H o /a |\ Dr. Wm. H. Lawson, D.0..V. u.u. Dr. Wm. H. Lawson. O.D. OPTOMETRISTS rationality. background 01 rcs -1 Plaw mii't In '•ubmitted m tb.« Kn>*li>ti hmguagt >_Lh~*.'e: 1 SSOO All entires must Ik original; t; mishit** n> and uih.ptati* n> are haired. Th« | .. \ must b« adapt I able f *»; Pooping that is. travel tup from pan* to plan with a limited ( last «trici pel table m enerv. AIJ plays must Ik submitted in inaiiust-ript form. typewritten, j double-vpai td. using on* side of paper only. .*nu < leal 1> identi fied by It pal name and address of rht aut hot i»r ant hois. At tached to the manuscript must Ibt tht author’s statement of his ! theme. The n »ntest runs f* on Septem ber. 1051 to September. 1952. N > ' on?i v can U acctptid if post* I marked later than August .11, , 1952 Kntnes sh.dl U mailed to 1 th< National Pm II is heat ley Foundation. 2170 Fa-t 46th street, Cleveland. Ohio < ATTICS Recreation Rooms i PORCHES A!iD ADDITIONS Roof ing*Siding Heating- Plumbing - Gutter* and Rat Walls. We Do The ('omplete .lob FHA Terms 3 Years to Pay Marshall Ross, Contractors TE. 1-7544 Over 28 Years of Experience Eyes Examined Gla ”^ s Aa 1308 Brordway at Gratiot. 202 Tobm Bldg. ty«i Uomlntd Glo»»«* Fitted Michigan t hnt R#yn **fd Colored Opiomolfiili £ 'Churches Protestant Men to Hear Harold Stassen 1 he Honorable Harold K. Stassen, president of Uni \«*rsity ot Pennsylvania and former Governor of Minnesota V i» M F* 1 i nc* ipH I speaker at the initial fall meeting of I y.tistant Men's Supper Club at Centpal Methodist ' hiireh Oct. 12th at 6:30 p.m. Holding meetings each month which will feature outstanding , lay speakers. The Supper Club is an activity of the ‘‘Protestant Men of Detroit," the official men’s department of the De troit Council of Churches. Chair man of the executive committee is Ray W. Labbitt of Royal Oak. Other notable laymen speakers Christian Scicnci ( /lurches That material things are insub j tantial while spiritual things are 1 enduring is brought out in the ila sson-Sermon entitled "Sub ! stance” to be read in all Chris tian Science churches on Sun day. Sept 16. The Golden Text is from Hosea (12:6): "Turn thou to thy God: keep mercy and judg ment, and wait on thy God continually." | Among tht* Bible citations is ' tb.s passage, »Ps. 104 24): “O Ix*rd, how manifold are thy works’ in wisdom has thou made them all: the earth is full of thy riches.’ 1 Correlative passages from ' Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include: Spirit. God. has created all ,n and of Himself. Spirit nevei cuatcd matter.” <P. 335) EAST SIDE MEDICAL LABORATORIES Blood Tests. Diabetic Tests i Urinalysis, Pregnancy Tests, etc* i 4839 Beaubien St. near Warren 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. TE. 2 0220 j 1 Anyone desiring help for sick-j 1 l •,* ness of all kinds or financial. J blessings, see j Bishop Ewell, D.D SERVICES FRIDAY NIGHTS 63 Ertkine DelroU 1; TE. 3-8876 i COAL - HEATING McDonald for Coal STOKER COAL COKE. HARD fc SOFT COAL POCAHONTAS STOVE Immediate Delivery EASY CREDIT TERMS Fill Your bin NOW! Pay Monthly Installments McDonald t o.tr a t one co.itMxr Detroit's Fuel Headquarters For Orer SO Years TO 8-3000 15050 HAMILTON Thv tV<*ir Tribune SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1951 slated include Gov. Williams, Mayor Cobo. Harvey C. Fruehauf, and John (\ Dancy. Other of the execu tive committee arranging these suppers include also Herbert L. Dudley and Francis A. Korm gay. Representing the staff of the Detroit Council of Churches is Wellington M. Logan, executive assistant. The meetings will be held each month from October through May. Reservations will ■be taken by Mrs Dean Tyson at the Detroit Council of Churches office, WOodward 2-4737. The purpose of the Club is to provide fellowship for men of the Protestant and Eastern Or thodox churches, to keep them informed regarding the major Christian movements throughout the woi Id. and to develop the spirit of ecumenical (interdenom inational) Christianity. SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHT: j First brick church of African Methodist Society dedicated on 19th in 1847. Phone WO. 4-7021 MODERNISTIC CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY I L«adies' and Gents’ Clothes Made to Measure • Specializing in Bachelor Bundles • Free Pick Up and Del very DRY CLEANING AND TAILORING A Beautiful Lamp will be Given Away 2321 John R Detroit. Mich. ORDER ifj|pl 9