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STUDY ON THUH OWN—The run* student* who w*r* prevented from entering the Little Rock (Ark.) Central K.gb School are shown after having formed a study circle of their own. They will be assigned a tutor pending a Federal Court decision on their denial of entry to the school by National Guardsmen, under orders from Gov. Orval Taubxis. The students are (seated on floor): Thelma Mothershed. Elizabeth Ecldord and Melba Pattilo. Seated: Jefferson Thomas. Ernest Green. Minnie Brown. Carlotta Walls. Terrence Roberts and Gloria Ray. (Newspress Photo). U / and fly ROBBIE L. C7/J: I? M: Fat T.. . W.l < ♦ I?.' *' ifv ■ **• '* •• Lw> v. as S- pt K« * T. •’ ,r --. . • T , .... , . . , ■ “K" ' » ■*' • **■ 7 * •* ’ • * M« ; , j u:.<i a: >•'..••• k; ■ of S* .r.d D ; \ * Chu. CITIZEN OF INTEREST C. , 4 r i, y t ♦>- • * * % < j .a> . .t < . »j“r. : and * pay fhe.r :u«! .♦•• p-- u* a rr..r.r wno hud pa.it r* i - a i*i . r . j. r n. ! r 4'j year- an - .* •*.X iflthii. H* *.•!&: day* later we h< i "’'a£ 'V ...,' ■ *■&'%' f i' • t"«rii;reynf. n for 37 y» a; The (h in h, p.ii: or, i. • -i to GJov i’s tenter. whfh .n* dud*-' kiVhen, dimni; !0»m. J.jd»' lounge tie., covers ul* i *>t one* block on M< Douyall bo*'A'ccf) Gratiot and Mack. Torre air other surrounding ruth a chuich parking lot that i ari u ~ot to this yroup of pco r . We think "Our Citizen" de serves much credit for the fine work he has done and i* still doing, locally and nationally, in the field of religion. H thcorv of / a’orr? jjfl * )aL j|W* m—. ■ JHr . . ms y-*' s is. I 'V;^r£/-^^ : >7. TO LEAD WHITE FLOCI Rev. Ulysses S. Bloks ley. oseoci ate pastor ol Berean Baptist Church in Philadelphia, shows his pleasure upon learning that he has been called to be co-pastor ol the First Presbyterian Church, oldest Protestant diurch in Chicago. The 124-year-old church, located on Chicago's South Side, has more than 1,000 white members and lees than 100 Negre worshippers. (Newsprees Photo). J n h< • - : lui £ -> '■ tr* lutvily 1> r.v than anj Mr. A.lt'd Will.a':' S: of I„» - state < t at ..e k:.« w a rm:.:-t< rv. h h.-- been pa*tor.n;. ■ j . .a, t Kur ’4 f';T 4 j v* a • * or r.‘ arm.: th .♦ H -a* ver. v.. have .a* ;. . a C.t.zen ol Inure--. for th., week. He is Rev. S. J. Glover, founder and Dastor of the Morning Star Baptist Church. 0562 McDougall. K-. . G.v.m ha* . <rved this REV. GLOVER •.• ,*h tho e whom vou woik ■J .Son'.*»f. ::.i? Know S 'ttie h ly live Something, Do • < fh:r»u, Givi Someth in« at.d Love All.” » * • Wo are happy to krow that M '/.I Ida Duaty of H< 1< n is horr.i* from the hospital after 11 riff tleri several day.s a. re* suits of a toe injury. • • * Mr M- h ie Cook Os White i'l.i.n N< w York. . v i)er.t last vi ek with her brother and fam (Contlnucd on Pago 10) No Phone Survey Says Employment Commission At!;/. " '• v nu r fi ne- D • <i* at ai *■ ! *. > be . ; - ■' •; t - a:»<->:u*‘ • us. iutb ./t ... M X M Hurt 11. L»* *m us t;w M l ;;.’,n Empfoyment Security Commiccion . nd today. ‘Dozf*n> of p< pie h; v« call and -ur office, v.i bin the past • a day* to determine the au* :.< nO ry f tins \*urviy‘ Hoi n .- id. "We a:e at a Jos, to unde*** .iSii the :ta,on behind if.” .*k* added. “Any .*u!\ey.» made , uy this Commission are made .n a f< rmal and more accurate nanner. "Most of the calls reported *0 u have been made to peo ple on the near west and •i'.r hwe.-f sidy of the city. A woman wih a of souht m ac »nt has ca'led the>e p'' p e ri l * aid she w making a u;v<y mi tinernplovnv nt' un -1 o . Un n ployment Commit: ion* or the '/nt nj><y. unt C< nipt nsation Commi-ssion’ . V \ ♦ * ’ 'i &\Jmk 4bJ&#likan i 1 . - .Os. .%. ■■ BOMBING SUSPECT«— Proof poiitivt (hat the (Htn K*s vtnui th* thr*e ?.'• in NaahviUe, Tenn., is shown h*r*. Bombing suspect Charles R**d is sltown giving th* “okay" sign in an auto with initials oi th* Ku Klux Klan painted on th* sid*. This photo was tak*n shortly before th* Hath* Cotton School was blast*d by dynamit*. Reed was iram*diat*ly arr*st*d and qu*stion*d about th* bombing. (N*wspr*** Photo/ P I' HHH / -^malSMcs t IBM'*** m igf * I *> ** Ltf 1 # fewer - SSL kjL , w M \e# «m3£ » j» ** * « MfiL * p *2p m JH b SI i JBj ™ v - jJT < uV* y "y ** * ■ f C DUrtT INDICTS KASPER While his attorney. Montague Ross (right), scowls with displeas w-., *. ~ -ocrationist John Kasper hears him sell indicted by a Nashville. Tenn. General See s ••*».. •;>« charge ol inciting to riot. Kasper addressed a mob in No hville the night . . ,b3,C00 public school was dynamited as a protest against integru'.on. (Newsprees 1 Charge Ecorse Official Biased Charges of racial and scrimin a:ion were hurled at Ecorse Colored residents atending a Councilmen Wednesday night by public meeting after they denied a retroactive pav raise of 51.909 to Inspector Roscoe Bobo, a Negro officer who was promot ed two years ago. The council split 4*2. on the question. Each Councilman who cppesed the ia : se for Inspector ficbo stated that his had nothing to do with their vote. Councilman Alex Pe:n said that, rather than receive a pay rai*e. Bobo and any o'her pol icemen charged of a crime should be suspended until their guilt or innocent is determindcd by a court. Inspector Bobo was indicated With 31 other city offic a!s. pol •‘♦mcn and gamblers on g.aft cor>piracy charges. Tw . white Inspectors. Alvin Giilman and Woodrow Damron also have been denied pay ra.ses. V'; vne State Ur.ivcrsi'y as •• * nt corch Diek Lsabe'h holda seven of the school’s ~.h? nvar “b'y a kc; who* v : • v.c:ci .hj phcna. un j )\ Inr h u £v,.:c, if the or re hurband was untmp oyed, mpi'-y J. or rxpecl.ng io look cr a job. When a housewife icr name and iclephone number, the 'surveyor' mumbled » name and odviicd her questioner to ' ock up the number in the tele phone bock, hat way you will have it right/* she said. T "I want ; t known'* Horton raid, ' that the Commission does net engage in 4 h:s typa of sur vey. While we do not know the reason behind it, it sounds as if someone is attempting to find suitable names and addresses of employed rather han un. employed people possibly as seme sort of «• sa’-es gimmick. Our advice •», not answer any questions on this type of 'quiz prejr-'m.' "W< jiic studying th; pro I>* rt 1 pioMcuting persons li-.nj, th« nanu* of this C< mmi.s >ion for tin ir own poisoned or ta.wtouc ivitics,” Horton warn ed. Central Congregational Holds First Services In New Edifice dlg I I I ■ I The* day was hesitant, it’s disposition undecided. Sun light broke through the clouds only to be shut out again. People walked through tht streets amWiv an caretree —but inside the Central Congregational Church there wa> no aimlessness, no hesitancy or indecision. The congregation wax observing its “Home Coming Day,’’ their first service in anew building. Those ch : mes you heard be fore entering lhe church were played by brother (Henry). In side ycu listened to Ihe moving musical prelude by Mrs. Dorothy Blaylock, Organist. George Branham knew. ■ i S|L ' Afc' ' yij^C^T REV. A. CLEAGE, JR. He exprcscd ti e rent Imm s of all when he sang. "Bless Thi.; House”,' Then crime the formal presentation of the k y by David M. Brewster and Jack 13. P; ul represen ing Brew ter- Pilgrim ccngiegational church; ; ihl ucccp inn f‘»i Central was i nswer to the supplication of James W. Stephens. As though they knew the ‘‘Blcr.s This H< use." the choir under the capable ciiicction of Ocar R. Hand, did the anthed "Praise To God" beautiful'}*. As you look io the el'ar you lee e magnificent twenty to lwcntl.five feet steined class windew. It is truly e master piece. The colcring is so trem endous that even when the sun isr'i shining on : t, it still main tains vivid color lif?. To the right of this window on the rostrum, Saturday Ur. Edward W. Willcox for the c< ngrcgational association, on the h ft. sat a man, who’s "dream" is now . reality, after lour and om half years. Now’ it was his turn to ray ‘‘thank you ’ *<> those wdio had placed their shoulders to the wheel both physically and fin. anciully. I, and not I alone, w’ ched him as he walked to CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CHOIR the pulpit, he stood for a sec ond, and braced himself against the object that has for cen turies been the symbol of set. dedication. Instead of the Ram that was tied in the thicket as in th ;> biblical story of Abrah. m and Isaac he was effering him elf as a living sacrifice, and de feating his life. H: men'ioned Ihc n-mes of four people who have prsscd Mrs. V/i lje Siruihcr. Mrs. Ma te! Clarry. Mrs. L’lcancr Hujhcs and dir beloved father Dr, Al bert Cleage, Sr. The tinb.r of his voice changed at ♦he msn iicn of h : s dad. I realize it wrs extremely uifficu'i io ho’d back Ihc tears. His mciher. Mrs. C.c agc. Sr. in rn effort to hHp, turned her head r-'d her eyes from him two sisters in the choir hoped r’mc.t in availcb o loner ’ e v/ould not break an other sisier cr.d three brothers in the ccngregei cn did the r 9m? ( and in ? spilt second the power of comb. nod prayer w;s nv n’fr sled. H< ?polte of the preat flouri “LET GEORGE DO IT” For An Hornet, S.ncrt and Conseien tons l'uhlic OtTic’al Who Will Always |? Work lor A lUdtcr Ecorse. \ E’edt .rffuJ GEORGE IVAN COUNCILMAN Primary - Cot, 1, 1557 General - Nov. 5, 1957 « j i a ytj by lU.-mitoqm tvnywtir/B^^BHr 8 Fcr A Full Time ASSESSOR Vcte For JOSEPH KOVALCHICK CAPABLE and QUALIFIED DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1957 sh p thet s ill exists between plymou h congregational church end Centr.’; also the debt of gra itude that cannot be paid to the Rev. Horace A. White of Hymou h Bn his cncourgement and advice during Central’s try ing times. He telkea of the church's petition in the communi y. of ;he M msters ro e in the church seme of ihc requirements for the development of 9 Christ lii.e community; l : ke being ab e to look your worst enemy in the face and honesly. See good ir urn. Then. "This Man" men. lioned Nashville, and Little Rock end the disturbance that was irk ng pUce. lie : p kc of Faubus an 1 U;e anil as he did my tin ughts s*>rt of wandered to three winds. “Fui to Ilopj and Charity.’’ and another line “But the Greatest oi ihesc is "Love". Then with I'an Richness and tonal beauty Melvin Thompson sang, *T talk ed T > God last night." While he sat listening to the so o; and looking over the filled auditorium I know he believti in the inscription on the alter. "Love Never Failcth.”’. 1 had th. pleasure of ag.in sh« king the hand of c man wit ’s dr*, am v. s m w a reali'y: Tlie Rev. Albert 13. Cleage. mg i»na! Church 7d25 L::i ji. 11*. i*': tr ot the Central Con woo.l Av at Hogarth.