. MAGIC* WORKS!* Singer Billy Dnnlel* and hi* third
!*« .£!** former Plerrete Cameron, are shown arriving at New York's
htlewlM airport from Hollywood, a few hours after their mnrrinK*
The. bride, a native of Canada, haa been engaged by “Blaek Magic”
Billy aa a covernem for hla three eh'ldren. (Newnpresa Photo)
Over Million $
NEW YORK. N.Y.—The United
Negro College Fund is currently'
distributing $450,000 to its mem-1
her colleges for operating ex
penses, if was announced by W.
J. Trent, Jr., executive director.
The fourth distribution made
by the Fund this year, it brings
the total allocated to date for
this purpose to $1,066,348.09,
Mr. Trent said.
Now, in the final period of its
twelfth annual nation-wide cam
paign in support of 31 private,
accredited collelges and univer
sities, the United Negro College
Fund is seeking to raise $1,750,000
The goal represents approxi
mately ten per cent of the col
lege’s combined educational bud
gets. and is the amount needed
to bridge the gap between income
lrom endowments, tuition and
church board grants, and the ac
tual cost of operation.
The money will be used by the
Fund’s 31 beneficiary institutions
for such yearly expenses as fac
ulty salaries, student scholarship
aid, library books, classroom and
laboratory equipment and student
Located in 11 southern states
where 73 per cent of college-age
Negroes live, they have a com-
WAYNE TO BE FIRST U.S.
COLLEGIATE SITE FOR
Anew pre-ferrice program for
training aides—first of its type
in the United States—will be
launched by Wayne University's
College of Nursing in January,
according to Katherine E. Fa*
Statewide recruitment for the
22-week course will begin im
mediately for men and women 18
to 50 years old.
"Much of the care of Mich
igan’s 37,000 mental patients is
given by psychiatic aides, and
their role is being recognised as
a major factor in patient re
This new program is the first
step in developing better train
ing and job 6|>portunities for
psychiatric aides in Michigan,
Dean Faville said.
Funds for this project came
from the U.S. Public Health
Service and the Michigan De
partment of Vocational Educa
tion. The Michigan League for
Nursing and the Michigan De
partments of Vocational Educa
tion and Mental Health join the
College of Nursing in sponsor
ing this program.
WAYNE U. TV HIGHLIGHTS
Highligthts of station yTTVS,
Channel 56, Detroit and Wayne
University’s new educational tele
vision station are:
Friday, Nov. 25, 8-8.30 PJ”;
Conversational French: “Le Midi
—a lesson .in a scries of forty
classrooms of the air.
Friday, Nov. 25. 9-9.30 pm.
Pre-School For Parents: 'Toys
for Christmas”— Durability, at
tractiveneas and flexibility.
Saturday, Nov. 26, 8-8:30 pm.
Living With Art: “The House
Next Door—Clitches and individ
uality." A series to provide un
derstanding of the art values of
e • •
four speakers headline
“Redemption and Revelation”
Will be the theme of Wayne
University'! fourth annual Cam-
Pus Conference on Religion Tues
day, Nov. 29 to Thursday, Dec. 1.
Attendance of National and
State Religious authorities, panel
discussions, lectures, religious art
*nd displays and sacred musicJ
bined student body of nearly 23,-
000 students, or 90 per cent of all
I Negroes enrolled in private col
In an effort to improve the
higher educational opportunities
of Negro youth, the United Ne
gro College Fund was founded
in 1944. The first of the college
groups to be formed for coop
erative fund-raising purposes, the
organization has raised $14,163,-
752.65 to date for operating pur
poses and $14,187,256 for capital
Dr. Lindsloy F. Kimball, vice
president of the Rockefeller Foun
dation. is 1955 chairman. Serving
with Dr. Kirball are vice chair
men Dr. T. K. Lawless of Chicago
and Daniel E. Koshland, vice
president of Levi-Strauss & Com
pany in San Francisco. John J.
McCloy, chairman of the Board
of the Chase Manhattan Bank, is
treasurer, and John D. Rocke
feller, Jr., is chairman of the
Fund’s National Council.
“By and large,” he said, “it is
a pretty wild set who invade our
college campuses each fall.
“They have never learned to
think for themselves and are un
aware of the subtleties of modern
will highlight the three-day cam
Sponsors of this conference are
the Campus Conference on Re
ligion Committee and the Coun
cil of Religious Advisors.
University President. Clarence
fcf. Hilberry is honorary chair
man. General chairman is Dr. F.
Morse Cooke and executive sec
retary is Virgil Lougheed.
Officials have informed all Uni
versity personnel that 15 Detroit
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish
religious leaders have been made
themselves available for class
room, departmental and informal
**** • * *
Bob Gibson and Rowent, folk
artists, will present their first
Detroit joint appearance at 8:30
p.m., Friday. Nov. 25 at the Art
**** • * •
All schools and colleges of
Wayne University will recess for
Thanksgiving holiday beginning
Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 10 p.m.
Classes will resume on Monday,
Nov. 28, at 8 a m.
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GREEKS GET GIVERS
Tennessee State University
Greeks are in • community
door-to-door canvas for Nash
ville's United Givers Fund
(Community Chest) Campaign.
The "Together We Live . . .
Together We Give" drive is
really in the laps of Greek
organisation pledgees who are
working feverishly. Total con
tributions at last count ran over
Jazz Greats to
Act as Goodwill
WASHINGTON—Three top names in jazz are tentatively
proposed to be good-will ambassadors abroad under sponsor
ship of the State Department.
They are John (Dizzy) Gil
lespie, originator of be-bop;
Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong,
and Count Basie.
Announcement of the big-three
jazz named followed a report that
the State Department is planning
to include some “real cool” di
plomacy by means of jazz and
Dixieland music in its cultural
This real gone news wgs given
out last Thursday by Rep. Adam
C. Powell. Jr. (D., N.Y.), husband
of jazz pianist Hazel Scott and a
long-time admirer of the down
MALE TEEN CLUB
By RONALD WEBSTER
The Delta Cardos, one of the
few all male teen clubs in De
troit, is making headway in
view of the fact that there are
not any females in the club to
i help keep the meetings from
becoming boring. The group was
organized mostly as a savings
club and as a place of enter
tainment to keep the boys off
The Delta Cardos feel that they
have a responsibility to live up
to in that they are trying to save
money to give to some charity
Organized only a couple of
months ago, the club has ac
quired a vast membership in this
brief time. Most of the youths
who are members of the club
attend Pershing High School.
New members are constantly
joining the club and there is still
room for more. President of the
club, James Eason, wishes that
all young men over the age of 15
and under the age of 20 that are
interested in becoming a member,
please contact him at 17862 Mit
chell or call TW. 2-6693.
In a party sponsored by tha
Delta Cardot, held at 18118
Brinker, lha host, James Eason,
mada certain that eiAryona was
enjoying themselves, while other
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one AUTOMATICALLY • Boils t
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MAKE YOUR HAIR BEHAVE
without a single
SSOO for a two-week period.
Leading workers from left are
Pyramid Irma Thomas of Bay
Minette. Ala. (Delta); Scroller
Nathaniel Smith. La GraAce.
111.. (Kappa); Sphinxman Hollis
Porter, Murfeesboro, N. C„
(Alpha); Lampadcs Edwin
Lowd, Waycross. Ga„ (Omega);
Ivy Willia Mae Williams. Mem*
phis, Tenn., (AKA), who leads
her group is not shown.
Powell said the State Depart
ment advised him last Wednes
day that it will go along with'
his proposal to send fewer ballets,
symphonies and other long-haii
artists abroad, and put more em-1
phasis on what he call real
Asa starter, Howell stated, i
tours will be arranged for Gilles
pie, Armstrong and Basie.
Their bands will go into coun
tries where Communism has a I
foothold and try to blow out the
Reds with a couple of choruses of
“real gone” blues.
members of the club served re
freshments to the delight of soft
Teen-agers attending the affair
came casually dressed in sport
shirts and slacks, and skirts and
Some of the young people en
joying themselves were Marie
Lee Mason. Maxine Williams.
Howard Goolsby, Jimmy Lee,
Rose Starks, Joan Gibbons, Es
sie Rollens, Donald Eason.
Elaine Buck, Albert Hamilton,
and many more.
President James Eason, Vice-
President Herman Weems, Charles
Harris, secretary, Calvin Padgent,
treasurer, and the club members
were complimented on giving
such a lovely gathering which
was most enjoyable.
WASHINGTON, D. C. (CNS)—
Dr. T. R. M. Howard, who ope
rates a hospital in Mound Bayou.
Miss, (the all-Negro community
50 miles from the scene of the
Emmett Till “trial") is touring the
country for the NAACP speaking
on race violence in the south.
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MRS. CHRISTINE WARREN is shown availing herself of the
self-service provided patrons of the Kenilworth Market.
Choice Meats - Groceries
Frozen Foods - Fruits and Vegetables
S. M. Brent, Prop.
FREE PARKING • WE DELIVER
9301 Oakland TR. *9710
corner Leicester Detroit 11, Mich.
PRE-CHRISTMAS LIQUIDATION SALE
SMART TOGS - WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S APPAREL
8051 Hamilton at Seward
SUNDA YS 8:30-10:30 A. M.
31011313 G: 5:30-6:30 A.M. Mis* Susie hosls on DAWN IN DETROIT
31001%: 1:30-1:45 P.M. Mi** Su»ie on HUB CAP CARAVAN
1:45-2:30 P.M. “Lil” Joe on HUP CAP CARAVAN
2:30-3:30 P.M. SENATOR BRYANT your ho.t on BRIS
3:30-5:30 P.M. SENATOR BRYANT on HUB CAP CARA
SIGHT: 10:00-11:30 P.M. Ernie Durham .. FRANTIC ERNIE SHOW
11:30-12:00 A.M. Ziggy Johnson . . ZIGGY JOHNSON
1:30- 5:00 A.M. . . SEPIA REVUE
30 Years S I 1400 kc
Public Service On Your Rial
BOOTH RADIO & TEllfviSION STATIONS, INC.
Evaline Apparel Shop
Holds Pre-Xmas Sale
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EVALINE'S WOMEN'S AND
CHILDREN'S APPAREL SHOP
—Alter supplying smart togs,
to Northwest Detroit for 27
years, the Eval’ne Women's
and Children's Apparel Shop,
located at 8051 Hamilton at
Seward, are giving amazing
clothing values during their
TRIBUNE—SATURDAY, NOV. 26. 1955
ELSIE WARCZAK, Mgr.
TOPS ' V OKTIIOIT
Senator Bristoe Bryant Says:
WJLB is Ist in Listening
Ilere s Why!
Pre-Christmas Liquidation s*l**
This is the first sale of thia
kind that has been offered by
Eveline's to the public.
Visit Eveline's and get ac
quainted. They will be very
happy to serve you.
Elsie Warczak. manager, and
Peggy Maxwell, assistant.
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