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The Detroit tribune. (Detroit, Mich.) 1935-1966, July 09, 1960, Image 3

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Diggs Real Estate
Centralizes Operations
la a move designed to give
faster service, Diggs Building
and Housing Corporation lias
consolidated its operations in
one central location at 12512
Dexter Boulevard near Fuller
ton.
The firm'* spacious, new one
stop facilities will offer property
owners and buyers complete sat
isfaction of their needs at a max
imum savings in time and effort.
L<ndcr this distinctive, modern
arrangement all departments in
the fast growing real estate
organization sales, financing
property management and home
improvement are convennjitly
adjoined to provide the fastest
possible customer accommoda
tion.
Hawkins Steele, General Man
ager of the Diggs realty unit, de
tcribes the innovation as beinr
"patterned after the greatly ap
preciated super market concept."
“Our sales managers. Wilbm
Hughes and Thelma Priest, re
port that both buyer sand seller.*
arc very happy that we can ar
range for financing and pcrlorn
the other necessary legal proce
(lures without having to leav.
our office”, said Steele.
“In addition”, he confirmed
“our property management an«
home improvement department?
headed respectively by Carrol
Scales and Edward Carson, can
better coordinate their service
to the advantage ot investors.”
Steele disclosed that the Digg
staff is now the largest in tli
city.
“This fact in itselt dcmoi
New Brigidier
General; Detroit
[email protected] J,
Brigadier General
FREDERICK THORLIN
Brigadier General Frederick
Thorlin was designated today as
the new Commanding General.
Ordinance Tank -Automitivc Com
mand. Detroit. Michigan, by Sec
utary of the Army. Honorable
Wilbur M. Brueker. As such, Gen
eral Thorlin will be responsible
for providing the Army world
wide—with tanks, trucks, jeeps,
etc., as well as any necessary
repair parts and tools to keep
these vehicles in top notch con
dition. His appointment becomes
effective 1 June 1960.
The General comes to the
Gidnance Tank-Automotive Com
mand from a varied background
cf duties; however, most of his
assignments have been slanted
towards tank-automotive duties.
General Thorlin is a graduate
of the following schools: West
Point, 1933: Artillery School.
1939; Ordnance School, 1940;
Command and General Stalf
College. 1943; Naval War College.
1940; Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, 1948 (Master ol Sci
ence Degree in Mechanical Kngi
neerijig); Armed Forces Indus
trial College, 1954.
4-H's Clover Leaf Grows in Latin America Too!
m | mill ■ V Mid E''" l
Colombia Costa Rica Cuba «j|/ Jamaica 'fs Mexico Nicaragua
n3^
mu* 1 i lit I ei EMM ''" 'i J aiawi
I'nlted State* Guatemala Brttlah Guiana Puerto Rico Vrufuay \ene*ula
DEARBORN, MICH—The famed symbol
of the American 4-H Club takes many forms
as the rapidly growing movement spreads
through Latin America. Illustrated above are
the insignias collected, along with detailed
slrates our desire to work tor
the direct good of the comm un
ity". he stated.
"However, we can also boast
ot offering the finest selection
°t residential and commercial
properties in all selections of the
city, plus the widest range of de
pendable. professional real estate
services.”
The firm’s licensed home im
provement department special
izes in maintenance, repairs and
modernization, and is FIIA ap
Jroved.
The Diggs property manage
ment department is expert at
handling syndicate investments
and provides counsel and super
vision to help investors realize
the best profits.
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jfj\ MA l
//V YOUR LAWN!
A MERE THIMBLE FULL
OF CLAY FAITH
CONTAINS SO MANY - 1 ■' '
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EACH ONL YA [S\jEjPr sT '
MILLIONTH OF AN XOtr rT Y**
INCH WIDE- THAT l 4 \
ALL TOGETHER \£ji *A\/{ .
THEYAFFOROA ;V }
SURFACE FOR SOIL \ V
REACTIONS AS B/6 AS \: +
A TOWNSHIP. > v ' ,r
QUALITY jj
LAWN
rccQ i OREGON LAWN FESCUES
J. ANO KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS -
f§3 ! THE OUTSTANDING COMPANION
\ —— V LAWN GRASSES'FINGER
kin tuck v/ oxfco/v, SO MANY F/NE ROOTLETS
BiuiG&Ass lahn rescue / NTO ALL CREY/CES
OF THIS TREMENDOUS SOIL
tR SURFACE THEY TURN
>l ' 1 CLAY INTO TOPSOIL /
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information on the young movement, for
the first edition of Ford Motor Company’s
Yearbook for Rural Youth in Latin America.
The book, first of its type, will be published
m Spanish and Portuguese.. .
CLIMAX OP CONTEST AND ANNUAL CRADLE PAH TV—lx lt to rigli
baby Jerome, first prize winners; Mrs. Gertine Dec and baby Gwendolyn, second prize winners;
Mrs. Lucille Pratt and grandbaby Clara, third prize winners. The annual affair is sponsored by the
Nursery Mothers, Mrs. Odell Fountain is chairman.
THEIIt DREAM
OF ROSES. The Woman’s Day Commit too of John Wesley AM.K. Zion Church presented
"The l’arado of the Queen of Hoses” Sunday .tune 2Cth. From left: Mrs C. It Sharp presents
Hoses t i her d.ui liter Cherrye Louise Sham crowned Queen of Roses while runners-up .Mr. Ver*
('ell .Mayfield and .Mrs. Mary Frances Cobb look on. i
Prominent Physician Challenges
Kennedy's Civil Rights Record
Alfred K Thomas, Jr.,
iromin* nt Detroit Negro physi
inn and delegate tc» the Repuhli
•an National Convention today
•hallengcd the Civil Rights re
■ord of Democratic preside ntia*
lopeful. Senator John Kennedy.
"A e7tori Is being
made ts sell the Negro commun
ty of Michigan on Senator Ken
*edy as a strong advocate of civil
-ights," Dr. Thomas said, "but
that's for people with short mem
ories".
"The Massachusetts Senator
was one of only six Demoeratie
"liberals”, who voted to bury
*r e s i den t Kisenhower’s Civil
’{milts Mill in lii" Senate Judi
iny Committee in 1?c,7. after
l had been approved by the
louse.
I.ater Senator K nne.l> teamed
ip with an'iCi'i! fJi«;hts senators
o Vote I r the "Jury Trial"
Summer School Enrollments
Baton Ktui-'r. Louisiana, June
19, 19H0. A head count of over
1000 student* enrolled in stun
ner courses at Southern Univer
sity shows that Louisiana stu
lent* wanthu; to contintie their
ducat toil are iiu rea.-nu each
vear. according to -L J. llcdgcmon.
•( uistrar at Soutnern.
llcdgemon said that tlr tinder
uaduate school has enrolled 2.
ap>7 student.* this summer as com
>arcd to last summer's figure, of
L 343. while the graduate school
las some 43*5 on its nooks.
Using the state formula of the
t tal entr.her of credit hours
iken by students and dividing
his hy seven. gives a full time
•quivalenl enrollment on tlv'
mdergraduate level of 3.0(51 2
or the summer as against 2.(588
ast summer.
Using the state formula for
iSW ri L ~ ...tiPSHBR - M^'W
Bli ' - / mß^mF. cC
if % *> M
MHimT
Recently, some MO members .of the I SO National Council
met in Washington, 1).(\ to discuss “civilian responsibilities
to the military in the cold war.” Here, President Kisenhower,
USO national honorary chairman, receives the USO Annual
Award for his “distinguished service to the welfare of the
nation” from USO Chairman Harvey S. Firestone, Jr. During
the two-day meeting, aimed at planning improvements in
USO morale services to the armed forces, the Council heard
Selective Service Chief Lewis R. Hers hey say, “By your pres
ence here, you people give assurance to our young people,
serving in uniform overseas that somebody back home docs,
care about them.”
amendment whieh took the heart
'out oi the whole Cni! Righs Mill
’! hat amendment was adopted
over the objections of President
Kisenhower and eleven law school
deans because it interfered with
■ the power of the court to enforce
ds own orders wTiii respect to
guaranteeing voing rights for all.
S< nator Kennedy helped to get
that amendment adopted".
Dr. Thomas continued his at
tack, "It's one thing 10 be a
champion of direct action, but
quite another to lead the parade
with politicial platitudes".
Referring to the recent visit
ol Michi urn Negro Democratic
leaders to Washington in Senator
Kennedy's personal airplane. Dr.
Thomas said, "It s inconceivable
that all people in the Negro com
munity will bo fooled because a
few leaders took a free ride on,
Kennedy promises".
graduate students. by dixiding tin*
total nuniher < I credit hours
taken hy tour, the full time equi
valent enrollment is (5398 for
this summer as compared with
821 for last summer.
CURE YOUR OWN HAM
It s veiy easy to home cure a delic on rum to suit
your individual last*. Complete instruct ms art
available on the oats of the Morton Sugar Curt
bo*.
ORDER YOUR SUCAR CURE TODAY
Morton Sugar Cure is packed in V ; lb boies »"d
may be purchased at your local meat curing prod
ucts dealer, or if unavailable locally it may be
ordered by sending a check or money order tor
S? CO to Morton Sait Company. Bo* 781, Chicagt
90 Illinois Sugar Cure Dvitti smoke flavor will bi
shipped unless you speedy without smoke ftavo
on vour order.
U.S.O. Honors Ike
CHURCH NEWS
Oy JAM :$ ALFRED B'JLTER
The AMM M.n.:l<rs Alliance
welcomed i l n‘ icl urn of Bishop
ami M Jo. »ph Come?, of the
Ei ur h Episcopal District of the
AME Church, with a reception
and banquet in St. Stephens AME
Community Building Tuesday
evening.*
Rev. T. 11. Smith was general
chairman Dr. C S Spivey is
host minister. Committee mem
bers included the Rev 11. ii
Hickey, publicity; the Rev. J A
Aikens, the Rev. A. W. Peterson,
the Rev. M. R. Rhoncnee.
Youth of Chapel Hill Baptist
Church Kelt- their annual Day,
Sunday at their church. Pastor
the Rev. Rcy A. Allen preached
the sermon. Emma Cotton, Eva
"Before Senator Kennedy mer
its the support of the Negro com
munity. Dr. Thomas concluded
"I'd like to know his answers
to three specific questions:
1 Why du! lu* \ ote lu Mini
Ihr II ous e • approved Civil
I »i 14 ht > Pill to tin* Senate Judi
nary Committee in 19f>7'’
2 Why did he support the
“.Jury Trial” amendment to rip
the heart out of the attempt
to enforce voting rights?
.3. Finally, what did he have
to tell the Governor of Alabama
and thi* President of the White
Citizen’s Council at hi*' George
town residence just prior to his
meeting with the Michigan
Democratic delegation?”
EAST MEETS WEST —Pausing recently at Los Angeles, AME
Bishop \V. H. Wilkes. Atlanta. Ga . greets Winsel Glenn, Coca-
Cola Bottling Company of Los Angeles, llishop Wilkes, was in
attendance at the 3tith General Conference of the African Metho
dist Episcopal Church when he took time out from his busy pro
gram to visit Kcfrcshment Center for Coca Cola and pay respects
to a hometown product. The Coca Cola Company. Atlanta, was
among a large number of manufacturers of consumer products
which had exhibits and maintained sampling locations in the
important church convention.
Detroit Salutes BERT BAKER
On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday
BAKER'S "75" BIRTHDAY SALE
-GOING GREAT GUNS -
LOOK 111
1959 Cadillac Coupe De Ville $4290.00
1959 Thunderbird $3290.00
1958 Buick Hard Top $1695.00
1958 Ford 2 Door $1095.00
ALSO WORKINGMENS GRAND BARGAIN SPECIALS
1955 Dodge $395.001956 Ford $595.00
1955 Chev. $495.001955 Plymouth $380.00
Low Down Payments And Very Low Monthly Payments
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 PM
ItEItT IIAKEIt Inc.
-Till: VIII LOT"
* 12500 LIVERNOIS at FULLERTON
Phone TExas 4-9104 HENRY KARNES. Mgr.
DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1900
Al'en and M >93:* McGill are
ysu'h supervisors.
St. Cyprians Church and Na
ireuia Club will present their
Mid Summer Night s Dream Moon
light bout ride on Monday even
n.;. July 11.
Special dedication scr\ices end
ed Sunday for the Rev. .loe
Davis, minister ol the Pine Grove
Baptist Church of Ucc.rse who
has pastured in M ch. an for
21 years.
The women r>f the Chape! H'll
Baptist Church will observe th *ir
mnual day Sunday, July 10. Guest
.peaker for moring services will
be Mrs. Jesse Jai McNeil, wife
of the pastor rs Tabernacle Bap
tist Church.
Mrs McNeil is also president
>f the United Church Women of
Michigan and vice president of
In- National United Church Wo
men.
Tm> Missionary Society and the
V Assembly of
’ 1 ■’ * 1 ('hurch
• i u ui Women s
he Hie most successful
■ver Rev. Roy Allen, pastor, and
tlic members invited the public
to worship with them in this
program.
Mr Candace Barber, publicity
Chairman: Pearl Dukes courtest
chairman. Della 11 1 J1. finance, and
Elvenia Williams, program chair
man.
Methodist
Church News
TUBS A. okla—“Th ( . Methodist
Church has done, is doing and
•'ill continue to do more for
’he Negro than any other rclig
c,us* organisation in America" as
-erted the Rev. Dr Clarence T.
Nelson. Colunifius. Ohio, in the
third of three sermon-adresses
he delivered as the conference
'Peaker for the Southwest Annual
Conference of the Central (Negro l
'urisdiction of The Methodist
Church, that met here in the
Wesley Methodist Church, June
16 If) with Bishop Matthew W.
Clair. Jr St. I.ouis Mo., presid
ing. Tin Rev C C Tillmon and
Dr. Ira Pointer were the host
oust or and superintendent, re
spectively.
Dr. Nelson, superintendent of
the Columbus District of the Lex
ington Conference, is currently
writing a book—" The Romance
T ihe Negro and The Methodist
Church". He says that it is a
"Jove" story—the love of the
Negro for the Methodist Church
and of The Methodist Church
for the Negro.
DRIVE SAFELY
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