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- ty Way EM. MoJ.S s Mrs. Camilla Holden, presi de n. ot the Julites, Mrs. Leona Johnson, grandmother of Shel* ley Annr. Boyce and Mrs. Ben- ORIENTAL RITUAL TEA Saturday at 2 p. in., the No vember Birth Club presented to Detroit an exotic Jananese Kitual Tea, at Bethel A M E Church. In Japan this ritual is very sacred and indeed very cultured. All giris are a part of this sacreu ceremony. and in enter ing into it. you .ire supposed to concentrate upon n ana iik b».u'- titul tm.i ,s ut me 'j gt-i lull benefit oi it. An participants kneeled while Mis. .MiK.aio was tuikiilg and , Hie green tea u..s brewed. One luigc beautdul c.iiuiic with a straw co.oicti snade is suspend, ed liout l.ie cvuiug giving a soil giow 10 me knei .»ng ceremony, j tor a table set up a biigut red gay cioili is spread with clear white polished china dish es. No silver service is use. Many delectable hors d’ oeuvres were baked, oranges with cream cheese cut triangular, chicken car.tpcs and bonbon cakes also bean pat ties cut rectangular. ans. Nakano and family live in Japan, Mr. Nakano is specializ ing in a subject at MSU. Mrs. Fannie Cannon was hippy to present tills cultural Japanese ritual to Detroit through her November Birth Month Club. NACIREMA CLUB AFTERNOON FARIY > v* t . * j Sun and a y .jftevhflbh r ' popular 1 N.icirema C l u b gave a swanky Aiternoon Party, that extended into the eany evening lor their members and their guests. Needless to comment on the very lovely ladies groomed in the latest lasluons. The exclusive down town shops could not visi.i li/e the scene in color, dicss, n.ur do's and poise. What about the men? We too. Dancing and sociable drinks were quite a feature for the party. Juno Johnson, chairman- Artie Bailey, president. BELLEVUE SCHOOL ASSOCIA TION INSTALL OFFICERS AND GIVE PARTY Monc’-iy evening was the regu lar meeting for the Parent Teacher’s Association which was held in the auditorium witii many parents present. Installation of officers was on the 1 agenda and a parly followed. A bit of cnthusiam was exhibit ed by all. ill* billowing officers install ed were: Mrs. Katherine Pair, president; Mrs. Gwendolyn Mer cc i. (mother) vice president; Nat han Pippon, (lather) vice presi dent; Otis Byrd. (Teacher) vice president; Ola Getvild, recording secretary; Ceeila Rivers, corrc sponding .secretary; Sammie Hol lingsworth, counsel delegate. A t te r iho business session Trustees of Spclman Elect Dr. Helen Na*Ji As Member ATLANT. «a.— Dr Helen Elizabeth Nash, a Spclmun grid uatc and now teaching in St. I ouis, Missouri, was elected to the Hoard of Trustees of Spcl man College at their annual meet ing on April 2f>. 19(>3. A native of Atlanta, Georgia and the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 11. E. Nash of this city, Dr. Nash was educated in the pri vate University System, Oglet horpe Elementary school and the Reassign WAR LACKLAND A KB, Tex. WAF Airman Third Class Betty J. Weeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs West Blunt of 3358 S. Lid dcadalc. Detroit, Mich., is being reassigned to Greenville AFB, Miss, for technical training as a United States Air Force medi cal service specialist. Airman Weeks, who enlisted in the Air Force a short time ago, has completed her initial basic training here. A 1961 graduate of Southwes- Oj SpHoo' *h(> *»♦. tended Wayne State University. 6 DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 jamin Bcyce at the tea at Bethel A M E Church, where Shelley won the Baby Content. John Lewis- onc-tnan band from the Detroit Recreation Depart ment. was announced and wis given a warm welcome, and he became the Master of Music for the evening. The Square Dance was called and much enjoyed, then steps of the Bossa Nova from South Amer ica and other new steps were practiced It was quite an enjoyable eve ning. THURSDAY BRIDE At high noon, the lovely home of Mrs. Virginia Edvvirds on Bcgo'e was opened to the Thurs day Bridge Club and guests for an afternoon enjoyment in the dining .area, where a delicious dinner was served and bridge became the diversion. Mrs. Essie Swan surprised the hostess with a delicious three layer eocoanut cake, as Saturday was her birthday. The present.!- j tion was beautiful. Club guests and awards: Mes- | dames Louise Bell,-Louise Griggs and Lila Sweeney, Essie Swan and Lovenia YVincy were guests. Members: Martha Booker- Es sie Taliafcrrro, Florence Fletcher, Grace Jackson. Minnie Phillips. Edith Wright. Alice Woods, Nora Amos. Selma Harvey, Estelle liar- I ris. Virginia Edwards and Isola ; Marshall. Club honors: Alice Wood, Grace Jackson and Florence Fletcher. & # $ The African Americans of Good Will held a short meeting at the , Club House Sunday, with Mrs , Green as hostess. Mrs. Vio Ia Young, president. KITE EXHIBITION AT BELLE ISLE y. tunlay was a beautiful day for the Annual Exhibition ;.t Belle Isle given by tin- Detroit | Recreation and supervised by their instructors. The youngsters were hap'py to show their skill in making kites, j Some kites carried vivid imagina tions on the paper used and some in frame work. There were many senior cili zens who formed the Lick line re. i membcring the happy days they had enjoyed living kites on a sinallei scale. ARENTENJWA LEAGUE The Fashion Revue given by tin' League w.is well attended and -omc ol the m< mbers made fine models for this affair! The wives of the ministers of the city comprise lhi- R.igue. which was organized in 1921. Their theme is “Builders ol Chris tian Culture." and motto, "Trust not Control." From this very fine group, many refined and cultural ideas are passed on Atlanta University Laboratory High School During her college years at Spelir n. she was a mem ber cf numerous campus organi zations, very active in campus activities, and she graduated with high honors. In speaking of her new respon sibility as a Trustee, Dr. Nash said she is proud of this oppor tunity to serve her Alma Mater and that she hopes to become “a working member" of the Boa-d. ■kAflfc 28th Annual Clothing Drive To Benefit Needy School Mr. and Mrs. Detrtii are join ng forces with the Detroit Pub lic Scho >ls Social Service, Inc., and the Volunteers of America n the 2Bth Spring Clothing Dr : v«\ lav 13 through 21, to ben; fit needy public school child'en. The Detroit Public Schools Tothi’t 4 l)i ivc has grown with ‘he needs of ihildren. During the past year nearly 10,000 young sters, a sizeable city in them selves, were suitably clothed for school through the efforts of gen erous-hearted Detroiters. Detroit °ublic Schools Social Service, Inc. estimates that an even la*‘gei number of children will need clothing in the months ahead because of the increased number of unemployed workers. I’.eryone is urged to contrib ute a’l «'*vir»ble outgrown or dis- V, HanKS t 4 r «s / m hh. ■BHnflKnHr. /, r y* .ju «MWMkMk. The November Calendar Club of Bethel AME Church spon sored a Japanese. Tea last Satur day, May 4, at the church. From left to riqht: Miss Kazumi Nakano Mrs. Sumiko Nakano, Mrs. Alma Stalworth, chairman; and Mrs. Fannie Cannon, presi des. YWCA NEWS The director of the Detroit YWCA’s Camp Cavell for the summer of 1963 will be Mrs. Frances Cusick, according to Mrs. Demand L. Hundley, president. Mrs. Cusick has been the direc tor of the health education de partment at the YWCA Central 1 Branch tor two years. She will no released trom that position during the summer months to 1 direct the program at camp. this is the Cornell Anniversary year for Camp Cavell as it was fitly years ago that the first thirty girls attended the YWCA | camp then located on Fli/ahcth Lake, 'today, Camp Cavell on Lake Huron at Lexington. Michi gan has facilities to accommo date 600 campers from the fourth 1 through the twelfth grade at school. Girls live in three units, Brookside, Northwood and South wood according 10 incur grade, j The fiftieth yc-.r of camping will iind the camp with entirely new living units, as Urookside was opened within the last five years and both Northwood and Southwood have been rebuilt dur ing the winter of 1963 and will be dedicated at the Open House in June. Sixteen new living cab ins and new health cabins will be open for use this summer. These have been made possible by the grant from the Metropoli tan Detroit building Fund. Among the staff members who will be on the camp staff this summer are: Mrs. Virginia Stone, buildings manager and purchas ing; Joyce Campbell, 1733 Scy burn. Northwood unity, and craft director; Sharon O'Connor, 12237 Ilene, business manager; unit assistants, Gini Ann Mihalik, Day ton. Ohio; Linda Koehler. 11211 McKinney; Gene Mary Kline, 11(35 Koselawn; Mary Lynn Thomas, 7702 American; Jean Waltz. 20124 Andover; Flizaheth Randall, 382 Leroy, Forndalc; (.’IT unit leader, Anita Toumajian, 208 W. Buena Vista; Southwood I unit leader, Sharon Lee Root, ■ Middleberg, Ohio; riding instiuc tor. Helen Cudini, 32831 Lasher. Birmingham; Mrs. Helen Ta\loi Oxford, Michigan, cook; and Ruth Ann McCillum, Leonard, M ehi gan, assistant cook. Registrations are being t; ken now at all seven branches of the Metropolitan Detroit YV CA. I They are; Central Branch. : 230 j Witherell; Downriver Bra u h , 3211 Fort, Wyandotte; Lucy T :u r 1 man Branch, 560 F. l.’.izah t I Macomb Branch, 158U0 Ten Ilile Road, Fast Detroit; Northern Branch, 13130 Woodward; N* i*th west Branch, 25010 Grand R. and Oakland Branch, 839 Cr< iks Road Clawson. r J 7£V w/wiiar « jcONDmoN pnrrn •OUR TO DRIVI 1 carded clothing and shoes, no matter h ;w large or how small the bundles. Every donation helps when such a tremendous job needs to be done. You may take yoi - bun dles of clothing to any nearby public school; you may phone the Volunteers of America, TRinity 2 5000, who w ill pick up your lunation; or you may prefer to dron a note o** "iv : *v* your name and address to the Volunteers o» Hincuca, at 6tn>o Rivard. Whichever you prefer, as lung as yt u contribute for the children The Volunteers of Amer ica collect repair and clean c'oth mg received and distribute it without charge to children upon order of the Attendance Depart ment of the Detroit Public Schools. Public school teachers, ptinci POAU Releases Study In Church State Relations A 72-page study entitled CHURCH STATE HALATIONS: TIIE AMERICAN WAY has been published by Protestants anu oth er Americans United for Separa tion of Church and State, it was announced today by Cienn L. Archer, executive director. Pri marily designed tor church youth gioups anu adult study groups studying church-state relations, the door is expected to find wide acceptance and use among edu cational and fraternal groups, ac cording to Mr. Archer. “This study has been prepar ed by our stall, Mr. Archer said. “Its purpose was to set iorth in a eo\cnient 12 - unit study program the basic facts concerning the United Sates tradition in church and state, j It can be used lor a quarter s | study in Sunday Schools or as a guide lor all hinds of lorm.al 1 or intormal groups that are in terested in problems involving the relations of church and stall in tne couiitiy. mere are prob ing questions at the end ol each chapter which are designed to invite discussion of issues, and 12 recordings by members ot our stall are available for use in connection with the study un its, if desired.” Mr. Archer invited the atten tion of Protestant Catholic diu* logists to the analysis of cleric alism contained in the new book. “Many consider clericalism a phe nomenon belonging to the past. It is seldom mentioned in The current dialogue. It is because of this neglect that so consider able a part of our church state study is devoted to it. The facts are that clericalism appears to be experiencing a resurgence in the United States even as it abates in other parts of the Select the Right Paint for Your Walls Interior paints are of thee basie types. Knowing the char acteristics of each will help you select the right paint for your rooms. High-gloss finish, available in both wall paint anil enamel, is extremely washable ami easy to keep clean. It is resistant to grease and stains. However, glossy surfaces tend to produce glare. High gloss finish is often used in hardwear areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. Knamel is recom mended for wood trim where washability is important. Scmi-gicts has a more pleasing tone but not quite the degree i washability of high gloss This Mi ii is good lor areas such as children s bedrooms or lamily room. \ 1 •y«’l finish is the most popilai finish, used primarily m living rooms, dining rooms and Ik* , octiia w here beauty comes beloro washability. Hai linuii p«irn.> are available both as oil-base and water-base. \.d r r base paints (latex) are easy o a.ipij, tney dry quiekly, and clean up is easily done with wat er. Oil base paints (alkyd) have greater washability once the paint has dried. Children pals and students who have first hand information on the very mreat need, extend their own es forts to the end that their friends, neighbors and relatives, wherever they work and live, are drawn in to the School Clothing Drive. It becomes everybody’s project! There is friendly competition among the public roh'ols and many are offering small recogni tion 'awards for he schools wnose families donate the largest num her of bundles. If every family contributes one additional garment of pair ot shoes, school officials an* con fident that the 1963 Spring Pub lie School Clothing Drive will go over the top and achieve the needed quota of clothing to en able children to attend school who otherwise could not go for lack of suitable clothing. world. I.<> refuse to face this fact and to scrutinize it with care is simply to be unrealistic. Clericalism and anti clericalism are treated at some length in this discussion.” Dr. Louie I). Newton, pastor of Druid Hills Baptist Church. Atlanta, ('.a., and President of POAU, commendeu toe study to the Prostestant leadership of the nation. ‘‘l have read this study with considerable interest,” he commented. “1 regard it as a timely and scholarly contribu tion to the educational mater ials in his field. I have, in fact, seen nothing comparable in available publications.” CHURCH NEWS Holy Communion was observ ed Sunday at People's Commun ity Church. During the broad cast over station WCIIB the pas ton the Rev. Carlyle F. Stew.ut preached a dynamic sermon on “The New Language.” Dr. Stewart said we are liv ing in a day of new things. He said the world is spe.iking a new language in many fields. He urged lus congregation and rad io audience to look for the good in people, lie said the ugliest per son in the world has something beautiful about nnnself. In his closing reir. irks Dr. Stewart lauded Dr. Martin Lu ther King and the brave Neg roes of Birmingham, Alabama, in their light lor first class citi zenship. “The new language is being spoke by these br.ive people in Alabama. One hundred years is long enough to wait to become first class ciizens of any coun try. “They are fighting only for what they are entitled as American citizens. Let’s pmy for them and help them keep up the brave fight.” The Chancel Choir and the Community Cospel Cnoir furn ished the songs. 1 11 ■ ■ H WL w I I I f brighter, skin M'WKW m r 1«% a. »nir*niry »o A jfijgPMMMß fadeaway ,^BPbJf-MWi • Dark Spots , ~< iL\ Mm tea | 'j^L Social & Church ly t?uly Wilt in ms Ilf:' : s * 'f:' . iv&P ti ■ I p§H , p i Mrs. Vc-a Murphy was hon ored at a Testimonial Recr.ition Saturday, May 4, in the Stat ler-Hilton Hotel. Having re ceived the hightest honor in Elkdom at the recf-nt Grand VERA M. MURPHY HONORED AI ifcSMMONIAL RECfcPliu.* A Testimonial Reception in lion or ol Vera M. Murphy, Grand Secretary ol the Coronation De partment and Past Gumd Duugh tcr Ruler ol the IBPOE ol W., was held in the Stutter Hilton hotel, Dailey Room, Saturday, May 4th at 8 p in. Miss Murpny achieved I'dk doins highest Award ot PCD. K. at the til..inti Convention in Detroit in 1982. She is a graduate ol West Virginia lusli ute of Beauty Culture, received her U S. Degree in 1954, and her Masters’ Degree in Cosmetology in 1958 from the The National Institute ol Cosmetology in Ho gan Circle, Washington, DC. She is proprietor ot Vera s Beauty Box now located on East Forest. She has contributed much to church, social, civic and polit ical life. She became a member of Lady Camille Temple No 755 in 1957, and two years lat’cr was elected Daughter Uuier ol lft.it temple. Her honors include the title of Queen of the National Beauty Culturist League in 1955 in Wash ington, D C., and Church Woman of the Year in 1957. She is a member of Queen Vcsti Grand | Chapter, O.E.S. where she serves as Grand Chairman of Public Re. 1 tions. She expressed gratitude for friends who have been faith fully by her side in her religious, social, cultural and fraterna life. PGDR Bessie L. Blair was Gen eral Chairman, PGDR Isabelle B. Waters and Dtr. Marie Neeley were Co-Chairmen. EULOGIZED AT ST. MARKS BAPTIST CHURCH Final Rites for the Rev. Car son W. Williams, Assistant Pas tor of Greater St. Marks Baptist Church, was held last Monday. Rev. Carson had served as Asst, pastor since the organization of the church sixteen years ago. REV. SLYVESTER NEWSOME NEW PASTOR The new leader of Mountain View Baptist Church, 2974 Trow- I) rid ge, is the Rev. Sylvester Newsome. Sunday the members sponsored a Queen Contest, and Misses Linda Woods and Linda Landry were winners of the con test. respectively. Others partici pating were Eugene Seaborn and Marcia Woods. * « * BERTHA HAMBRICK NAMED TRUSTEE Mrs. Berlin Hamhrick was ap pointed Trustee of the O u t e r Drive (East) 8 Mile Road Im provement Association at its regular meeting held last week, thus becoming the first of our race to serve on the board. «* * * Friends extend wishes for a speedy recovery to Mrs. Doro thy Player, noted musician, Mrs. Marguerite M thews of Sheri d.in Street. Rev. S. D. Ross, pas tor, Shiloh Raptist Church, Rev. Elmer W. Smith, pastor Elyton Baptist, and the Rev. O. C. Thom 's of Lemay Baptist. Convention in Detroit (that of Past Grand Daughter Ruler), Mrs. Celia Collins, PGDR, Grand Directress, Cononation Depr. tmcnt- IBPOE of W, pres ents collar to honoree. CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. and Mi s. .lames (Geraldine) Hayes who welcome anew baby boy to the . only tree. The Hayes, who reside on Petoskey, named their *>on Roderick Lament. George and Clara Miller held “Open House” at their new home located on ltiopelle and Seven Mile Hd: * * * DOUBLE SURPRISE CELEBRA TION Mrs. Joel la Lockett was feted with a surprise Birthday and 29th Wedding AnnivAr. :y brat ion last Saturday at the PaflC Shelton Hotel by her husband Charles. Over 100 guests wore present. The Lockett’s reside on Denton Street in Hamtramck. • * * Last week the Rev. J. J. Till man, pastor of Mt. Mori.ill Bap tist Church on Blaine Street, spoke in revival services held at Lawndale Baptist church, Chi cago, Illinois. • * * ANNUAL SPRING INSTITUTE IN SESSION MAY 6-10 The Christian Education Com mittee of Bethel Baptist Church, East, 5715 Holcomb will hold their annual spring institute M.iy 6-10. The Rev. Jacob Oglesby will instruct classes each evening at 7 p. m. The Matrons Society of St. Paul AM E Zion Church, Dex ter at Lawrence, will present their Aniii.il County Fair and Bazaar, Saturday, May 11th in the Social Hall of the Church. FAMILY WEEK OBSERVED AT SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH May 5*12 Family Week is ob served under the sponsorship of the Board of Christian Educa tion of Second P.tptist Church ot Detroit. The General Theme "When Your Family Worships God E'.cry Day". Tuesday, May 7th. “The Brother” presented by the Second Baptist Players as the Second Baptist Players was the Service Highlight Wednesday night at 7:30 pin. thoughts were centered .around “The Family At Prayer". Friday, May loth will he “Family Fun Night”. Family Week Celebration will be cli maxed with regular Worship I Services at 7:30 am.: 10:30 a m. and 0:00 p in. Mrs. Eugenia Do zier. Chr., The Rev. A. A. Banks, Jr. Pastor. SISTERHOOD PRESENT MUSICAL PROGRAM Sunday, May 19th the Sister of Second Baptist Church will pre sent the Youth of the Sisterhood in a Musical Program and Lawn Tea at the home of the presi- I dent, Mrs. Rona M. Williams 7604 LaSalle Blvd. * * • FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. S.W. The Missionary Society of First Baptist Church. Southwest will | sponsor a Mother Daughter Pro j gram and Luncheon, Sifnday I May 12th, 4 6 p in. Mrs. Olivia ' Love, pres. The Rev Nathaniel Jackson, Pastor. * * * Mrs. Edr.i Jackson and Daugh ter and Mr. Lamarr of Chicago, Illinois were the week end house ; guests of heir sister Mrs. Ear j 'ine Tanslcy of 3333 Blaine St. They also visited other brothers and sisters while in the Motor | CTty. • * * JULITES HOST CHILDREN'S HOUR j Asa part of tne prelude to Bethel A.M.K.’s Fashion Review and P.iby Contest in Scott Chap el last Sunday. The JuJitcs spon sored this affair as their final major effort to crown their pres ident, Mrs. Camilla Holden, Queen of Bethel. The winning baby. Shelley Anne Boyce, was sponsored by Mrs. llarthle.in Riv ers. Other babies in the contest were Tria Louise Simmons, Al bert Foster, Jr., Sharlottc Goan Holt, Michael Carter Tinsley, Elyeanne Jackson, Parnell,i Ray* ford and Yvette Simmons. Miss A net Perry was Mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Delores Crud up commented on the fashions worn by the youngsters, and Mrs. Nannie E. Black was Chr., and the Rev. Joseph L. Roberts, pas tor.