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(HUKH MEWS • • • by Alfred Butler Riverside Opens Doors To Welcome Unchurched Riverside Lutheran Church was jTU*«rated this week. The Rev. David Eberhard reported 10 No ••• > civ Miron in his Sunday school last Sunday, and three Negro adults in Lie morning service. 'I hey came to the church at 521 Meadowhrook, he said, large ly because of the contacts of the children with their school friends and families. There arc still 40 per cent of 1,300 kids in the inn er city area of Harding, Philip, .Irffersun and the river who arc unchurched. * * * The 500 delegates of Metropoli tan Baptist District Association meeting at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church mapped a sweep ing endorsement of Martin Luth er King and veto his critics be fore the annual convention end-, ed this week-end, according to Stephen C. Campbell, recording secretary and chairman of the resolutions committee. The support was a move at not only Albany, Ga., imprisoning the integrationist; leader but also at the Episcopal, Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, whose director John Mor ; ris had criticized Dr. King in ' Detroit for leading more toward India's late Mahatma Gandhi than Christ. Mr. Campbell said any groups such as ESCRU which seeks to undermine Dr. King is “detriment | al to the best interest of the; Negro population. We figure it; is OK to be like Ghandi. He was a non-violent man, like the kind 1 of man the Bible talks about." Morris had criticized King for helping to organize the Ghandi Society for Human Rights. » « * The Rev. Mr. S. 11. Herring, pas tor of St. Paul Baptist Church in Memphis will be the anniversary l speaker at Warren Avenue Bap tist Church Sunday. August 12. * * * The Lucille Ramsey Club of Gospel Temple Baptist Church gave its annual Garden Tea Sun day on the lawn of the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. King, 2685 Oakman Blvd. Mrs. Eldora Lee is presi-; dent. _ All choirs of the WMi* cn Ave-j nue Baptist Church celebrated Goldberg To Keynote Youth Conference WASHINGTON Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg will keynote the opening meeting of Children's Defenders (Continued From Page 1) treated in the courts. Their ser vices are free. They will explain civil rights to people who need this sort of help. Services are legal and according to law. So many people arc involved in legal situations and do not realize until they have lost, that only through being misinformed and being taught to believe thal j our courts arc being run by “pub lic policy” and not according to law. Everybody is welcome and it is free. This is in response to Pres'i-j dent Kennedy’s pleas for all Americans to join him in meet ing the Challenges of this coun try’s New Frontier. Among thei challenges he was talking about was the preservation of the American home. j For further information, please call: Tl. 6 7736. Mailing address: 1350 E. Grand Blvd.. Detroit.! NORTHERN MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE Courteous and alert Service on . LAKE AND RIVER PROPERTIES, PRI VATE LAKES, LOTS, SUMMER HOMES, Fred T. Roussin, Real Estate SKI AREA SITES, CLUB PROPERTIES, LARGE TRACTS, LANDS FOR SUB-DIVI SION - MOTELS, ETC. Writ* for Information todiy. All qutllty prup»rtio*. It thoro tom* tpoelflc kind of tool ostot* thot you *ro n forested In? Let me hear from you. 217 E. MASON ST., CADILLAC, MICH.*' DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1962 anniversaries Sunday afternoon. * * » Anniversary services for the Rev. W. L. Laßeaux. pastor of Little Rock Baptist Church, 7639 Mack, arc now going. The pro grams will end with a banquet Saturday, July 28. * * « The Youth department of the Greater Macedonia Baptist Church sponsored a “Get Acquainted" soc ial Thursday evening. Carol Burse and Jackie Mayberry were chair men. The drama club of Greater Macednia Baptist Church present ed a play Friday night. J. Thomas Blackwell wrote and directed the Pla>. • * * Mrs. Rosa Kimp. president of the Woman’s Auxiliary of Wolv erine State Convention and Mrs. Pauline Campbell were speakers at morning and afternoon ser vices of the annual Women’s day service at New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Sunday. * * * The Prospect District Associ ation met at Warren Avenue Baptist Church Monday. Mrs Al berta Davis is president of the Women’s Auxiliary and the Rev. E. N, Cox is moderator. <■ * * The First Church of Deliver ance Divine Science will present its third General Assembly begin ning July 18 and lasting through Jul> 22 .* * * The Senior Usher Board of Chapel Hill Baptist Church, 5525 Mavbury Grand, presented a “White Rose Tea and Fashion Fete" Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stevenson, 2696 Columbus Mrs. Vera Murphy, of Gospel Temple Baptist, was commentator for the fashions. Mrs. Emma Cotton was program chairman. * M * The Rev. H. L. Davis, pastor of New White Stone Baptist Church, 8652 Twelfth, along with the members of his church, are making plans for the annual Men’s Day program, which will be held Sunday. July 22. The speaker for the program will be the Rev. T. J. Hill, of Mobile, Ala. a 2-day interracial conference on Michigan., Apt. 403. phone 922 2125. i “The World ot Work” for girls i and young women at Howard University, Washington. D.C., be ginning Friday, July 27. Planned for girls in two age croups. 12 to 17 and 18 to 25, the conference will be attended by representatives of the National Association of Colored Girls; the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation; Girl Scouts, students from metropolitan Washington colleges and universities; and 30 American Indian girls, from 10 regions, who will be present under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Job opportunities and new types of employment for young women will be the theme of speeches and panel discussions at the conference which is being sponsored jointly by the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor, the National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, the National Association of Colored Girls Clubs and Howard Univer sity. Workshop sessions and a meet ipg in the Departmental Audi torium Friday night will be fol lowed by Saturday tours of the White House, C»eti*ol ?»*»! and a concluding banquet at Howard University. Supervisor F. Spacil Speaks To 11,573 BY DONALD MILLER TOLEDO Before a crowd of 11,573 persons Sunday at Tole do’s Sports Arena, the District Supervisor of Jehovah’s Witnes ses, Mr. F. Spacil, spoke on the subject, "Take Courage God's Kingdom Is At Hand!" Among the delegates were thousands from the local congrc-j j gat ions. The Witnesses’ views about subjection to the laws of human government, long a controversial position, was strongly emphasized during the entire assembly. The ! speaker said that the Witnesses have become a “spectacle” before the 188 nations in which they are active. This is due to their unique and staunch stand of neu , ' trality in political and military affairs. i Interviews with the overseers 1 of the 35 Detroit congregations !of Johovah’s Witnesses at the | conclusion of the sessions re-, I vealod their complete concur rence with the platform explana tions. and complete reliance on Bible references to explain where j 1 Divine Law supersedes human law. Approximately 2.000 volun tcered their free services in many ! departments. NEW HAMBURGER! One of the nation’s largest pack-! ers is test marketing anew ham j burger called “Long Johns”. They are made of ground beef, shaped to fit in a hot-dog bun and are sold frozen. NEW VENTURES. i Americans are the greatest , people on earth for trying come thing new One of the latest is food insurance. A large food chain has launched a plan where by an extra payment on the groc-; i ery bill every week assures a fam ily of up to SIOO a month over three years for food bills should j ! the head of the family die. With Crisis at Hand Mobilized Air National Guard Oullits Proved ‘Ready Now!’ a Valid Slogan WASHINGTON, D. C.—Two years a pro Air National Guard units adopted the slogan, “Ready Now!” But it took the threat of a war and a partial mobilization to prove this to the public. For years, Air Guard Fight er-Interceptor squadrons had been flying five-m. 'iite alert missions for the Air Defense Command. Last yepr alone they performed nearly 20,000 intercepts of unidentified air craft. More recently, Air Guard C-97 Stratofreighter units had taken over heavy cargo assignments under the Military Air Transport Service (MATS), a mission that has taken Guardsmen to the far comers of the earth. These units, both Fighter-Interceptor and Heavy Transport, were performing duty in State status; yet, in each case, they were flying missions identical to those of the active U. S. Air Force and under Air Force control. But in spite of this record, the nation was largely unpre pared for the events that took place following President Kennedy’s activation of 22,000 Air Guardsmen last fall. In July, with the Berlin crisis growing almost daily, the President told the world he was planning to order into active duty a number of Air National Guard (ANG) air transport and tactical air squadrons, “to give us the airlift capacity and protection we may need.” On October Ist most of these units were called. The six C-97 Air Transport Squad rons immediately expanded to full strength and wrent into business on a full-time basis. With the Tactical Fighter squadrons, it was another matter. We needed tactical air support for our NATO ground forces in Europe and we needed it in a hurry. And this supp.vt had to come from the Air Guard. The world was stunned at the swiftness with which it came. Barely a month after their call-up, these Guardsmen were “on location” —in France, in Germany, and in Spain—and were engaged in the perform ance of routine missions. They had merely flown more than 200 jet aircraft across the Atlantic in the largest mass deployment of planes since World War II! FROM THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE: "I am planning to order into active duty a number of air transp< rt squadrons and Air National Guard tactical air aquadrona to give ua the airlift capacity and protection we may need. JQHN f KENNEDY President of the United States July 25. IWI 3 r . -- .-Jr yJpy jKHep&S&j **#-■ ■■**. 4 3 Mil * , v SCENE AT CHURCH MEET This is one of the scenes of the 113lh annual session of the Western New York Conference, held at Durham Memorial A.ME. Zion Church, recently. Bishop W. J. Walls, presiding prelate, is being wel comed to the city by Parks Commissioner Kil liam. The Rev. G. J. Leake, host pastor, looks on. 'Cotton Ball' Friday, July 20 St. Clement’s Epscopal Church. Inkster, is sponsoring a "Cotton Ball” on Friday, July 20. The affair given for the bene fit of the St. Clement’s Building Fund, will be held at the Le moyne Gardens Community Cen ter in Inkster. Music will be provided by Wadye Gallant and his orchestra Irom 9 p.m to 2 am. Tickets are now on sale and the pubic is in ON THE ALERT in France. Pilots, bombs and Jets —these are the ingredients of last fall’s fantastically successful mobilization of 22,000 fully trained Air National Guardsmen for the Berlin crisis. Within a month of their callup, these Guardsmen were flying vital tactical missions throughout Europe in support of NATO ground forces. These men had little or no overwatcr flying experience, and they were called upon to fly across the North Atlantic in wintery weather. Because of range limitations of their aircraft, it was necessary for them to fly via the Azores and via the Grcenland-Iceland- Scotland routes, each calling for highly skilled navigation and control techniques. And they made it with ou t an accident. Then, on November 1, three Fighter-Intercepto. squadrons were called to duty. The “Island-Hopping” technique es the Tactical Fighter squadrons was beyond the capabilities of relatively short-range super sonic F-104\s. So they disassembled their planes, loaded them into huge transports, and within only ten days these units were operating out of their over seas bases. Never before had a reserve component performed such re markable feats and never be fore had kuch praise been forthcoming. Usually sparing of compliments General Curtis E. Air Force Chief of Staff, perhaps best expressed the general reaction when he said: “All obstacles were over come by ingenuity and deter mination in spite of the extremely short preparation v JB ■*l® Jfc ay* ' The Centennial of Freedom Campaign, designed i to give the denomination anew image, was be gun in the ehurehes of the area. Drs. S. E. Dun can and J. C. Hoggard added impetus to the plan. Alexander Barnes, Director, Public Relations, told how the project was gaining momentum. vited. For further ticket infor mation call LOgan 3 4415. One of the highlights of the evening will be the selection of the lady wearing the prettiest cotton frock. There will lie a “Chinese Auction" for the gents, when they will he given the op portunity to bid for gaily wrapped packages containing various and sundry “useful’’ items. time available. The end result of the safe and expeditious arrival of the fighters should b<' a source of great pride to all who had a part in the operation. “I wish to offer my cong at ulations for the outstanding manner in which this difficult and vitally important task was successfully accomplished.” This spirit of professional ism continued to amaze ob servers as the mobilized units integrated into the active Air Force and settled down to the nerve racking and sometimes back-breaking labor of keep ing the peace. At Ramstoin Air Base in Germany the reg ulars grinned wryly at the “week-end warriors” from Tennessee and Arizona who were flying t .e F-104 Star fighters. Rut tney soon learned to respect them when radar observers reported that these men were able to get t!'" ; r jets into the air and to tne Iron Curtain border on train ing missions so fast that the Communist jets were often unable to react. Red planes were barely off the ground when the F-104’s were already on the way back to home bases. They demonstrated their professionalism again last May, when the 151st Fighter- Interceptor squadron from Nashville. Tenn., broke the Air Force-wide record for the number of flying hours in the F-104 during a given month. They flew their 1400-mph Starfighters more than 8.10 hours, exceeding the old USAF mark by more than 100. This achievement of main tenance and operation was made even more significant hy tjie fact that the 151st was equipped with onjy 18 air craft—7 short of normal. Now, as these squadrons are returning home, the nation knows that “READY NOW” is more than a slogan. It is a fact of life that the Air Guard livaa proudly with a vary day. 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Elliott. 2 family, good condition, new siding; a terrific buy tor quick cash deal. 54.000 00 cash Phon* 821 1722. Rev. Howell Os Los Angeles Visits Peoples Sunday at People’s Community Church during the broadcast over WCHB. the Pastor, ihe Rev. Carlyle F. Stewart, relinquish'd his pulpit to the Rev. J D Hr • l f I-os Angeles, former pas ter rs St Stephens AME Church An overflowing congregation heard a dvnamic sermon on f id Aspect of the Gospel ” Dr Howell said prior to the "”n" es Christ there were many, many different religions, 'lnch were confined to their -ci enctfol areas. "Too many ehurehes have lost the objective of the gospel.” Dr Howell declared, "too many of our ehurehes are majoring in tin minor thing and allowing the major thing to go.” in his closing remarks, the Rev. Dr. Howell stressed the need for more love among Christ ian< “God gave his son because h* loved the world. At the 7:30 a m service, the pastor preached. OMF i a*T NOTfc FOR THk WEEK! 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