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Social &* Cliurcli
FRIDAY . GREEN SFEAK
VOWS
St Paul AME Church. Del
ray, Michigan, was the setting
for the wedding of Jeannette
Friday and Jerry C. Green. Sat
urday The candlelight ceremony
was performed by the Rev. A
J. Abraham, pastor of the church
A reception followed at the Great
Lakes Building Auditorium
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs Ernest Friday of
American Street, and the bride
groom is the son of Mr and Mrs
Jerry C. Green. Sr Miss Friday
wore a full length gown with
bouffant skirt of white bridal
satin, scalloped hemline, Chan
tilly lace bodice accentuated with
sequins and pearls. The gown
was styled with a round neck
line. long pointed sleeves and
at the hack waistline was a tiny
bow which directed the eyes to
the chapel train The gown was
designed by Mrs. Louise Wilson,
who also directed the wedding.
A pillbox covered with satin
held her three tiered illusion
veil, and she carried a cascade
of baby carnations, lovenotes and
heartshaped ornaments. Mrs.
Cheryl Hay was her cousin s ma
tron of honor
Other attendants were Mrs
W'llia Dean Wilson, Mrs Janice
Turner, Johnetta Jones. Jeanette
Green, groom $ sister, and two
Junior Bridesmaids Clemen
tine Henderson and Patricia Sch
ley. The maid ol honor wore a
Tango gown, styled with a bell
shaped skirt, scalloped neckline
and was pinned at the waistline
with a tiny bow from which a
pleat extended She wore a veil
of roses.
The maids wore identical gowns
in melon color, and the junior
maids wore gold Their bouquets
designed by the bride were can
dies in the center of a star cone
with netting on which were at
tached tiny rosebuds. Kimberly
Friday, bride's cousin was flower
girl, and Ruben Friday, also a
cousin of the bride carried the
rings. Robert Smith was best
man Tyrone and Irving Green,
broth rs of the groom, Ernest
h r»da.- bride s brother and En
est Richardson seated guests.
Junior Ushers were James Hen
dcrson. brides cousin and Ron
ald Jackson Hostesses greeting
guests at the reception were
Mrs Edith Jackson. Mrs. Sherry
Dye Shirley Burns. Louise Knight
Eddie Mae Buckman, Gloria
Snaw, Mable Smith. Jean Thom
a>, Alice Stevenson, Dot Miller.
Linda Friday cousin of the bride.
Others participating in the
wedding were Mrs. Shirley Burn.-..
soiOi-t and Mils Lena Green, pi
anist For the occasion, the
bride's mother chose an aqua
shantung dress with a lace jack
et matching hat beaded witn
sequins, white accessories and
an orchid Mrs Green chose a
blue silk print dress with match
ing hat, black accessories and
an orchid.
Out of town guests included
Mrs Alice Galloway, of Birming
ham, Alabama. Approximately
500 guests attended the wedd
ing and reception The groom
is a Detroit Public School Teach
er and the bride is an X-Kay
technician.
Pre wedding activity included
a party for the couple given by
the bride's parents; a linen show
er given by Mrs. Edith Jackson
of Pasadena St . a personal show
er given by Miss Joan Bishop
and Mr* Janet Korick. ami a
personal shower given by John
etta Jones. Willa Dean Wilson,
Mis- Janice Turner and Cheryl
Hay. as well a- a batchelor and
hen party The couple will re
side on Boston Klvd.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
SPONSORS LAWN TEA
Th e Missionary Society; of
first Baptist Church, S W., held
their fourth Annual Lawn Tea
la t Sunday at the church from
•i to (> p rn. Hattie Walker, Ida
Woodard, Rose Bud Brown, Lil
lie Green, Leona Brake-field, Ber
nadette Landrum, Amada Glenn.
Sylvia Minnie Thomas,
Loretha Cook, Esther Smith,
Kate Montgomery, Bertha Dobbs
were among those who partici
pated in the program The Rev.
Nathaniel Jackson is pastor.
* * *
WOMEN'S DAY AT GREEN
GROVE BAPTIST
Green Grove Baptist Church
NO. 2 will celebrate Annual
Womrn’s Day, Sunday. Sept. Ist.
Principal speakers will be Mrs.
Wesley Gashy of New Mt. Mo
riah Baptist Church, and their
own Mrs Roberta Benefield, who
will speak at 11 am. and 3:30
p m Mrs. Annie Clemons will
introduce the morning speaker,
and the pastor’s wife will pre
sent the afternoon speaker.
Others participating in the
day’s activities will be Mrs. Es
telle White, pulpit conductress,
Mcsdames Mary Holland, Jes
sie Ella Wilson and Ed
na Jordan. Mrs. Mahalia Oates
is chairman, Mrs. Louise, Gor
dan, co-chairman, and the Rev.
C. 11. Johnson, minister.
• • •
CHURCH WORSHIPS AT CAMP
“Galilean Worship” on Little
lake Pleasant was held by Sec
ond Baptist Church of Detroit,
last Sunday at 4 pm. The pas
tor. Rev A. A Banks, Jr., de
livered his anual message from
a bent. Second Baptist Church
L, kuL f imams
members had been camping at
: Green Pastures.
a • •
MRLDRUM COMMUNITY CLUR
ELSCTS OFFICERS
The Meldrum Community Club
ejected officers for the term be
ginning September 1963 through
August 1964, recently The club
is bounded on the south by Gra
tiot Avenue, North, by East War
ren. East by Be aui ail and West
by East Mt. Elliott. Mrs. Alber
ta Mitchell succeeds Mr. James
Johnson as president Mr John
son held the office for two
terms and is credited with do
ing an excellent job and with
making outstanding accomplish
menta.
Mr. Johnny Shepherd succeeds
himself as vice president. Mrs
Mary Hall, recording secretary.
Ruby E Williams, assistant. Cyn
thia Christian, financial secreta
iy, Lula Powell, treasurer, Mr.
James Brown. Sgt.-at-Arms, Mrs.
Annabelle Ware, Mrs Mattie
Johnson and Mrs. F. Ealy, trus
tees The dub is making plans
to celebrate their third anniver
sary with a Lawn Tea. Sunday,
September 22. 6-4 pm. at the
home of the new president, 6431
E Garfield A transistor radio,
four quart pressure cooker and
a
prizes, respectively, will be giv
en to lucky ticket holders. There
will also be entertainment and
refreshments.
ts ft B
First Baptist Church of Del
ray, Michigan, worshipped with
the True Rock Baptist Church
last Sunday the Rev. Henry Gas
tin is minister.
A ft ft
Friday, September 6th the Mis
sionary Society of First Baptist
will entertain the public with
Bar B Que dinners beginning at
12 pm. The Choral Choir will
present a Fashion Fair, Sunday,
September Bth at 5 p m , and on
Friday. September 13th they will
present Sims Friday, Jr . in a
piano recital at 8 pro, at the
church Second Jerusalem Bap
tist. Sunday. September 3rd at
3 30 p m Mr. Willie Nicks, church
reporter.
Anniversary
Services
Four years of service will be
celebrated by the Celestial Choir
of Bethel Baptist Church, East,
5715 Holcomb during the week
of September 1 8, 1963.
On Tuesday. September 3.,
"Songs You Live By” will be
presented at 7:00 p m. featuring
outstanding choirs throughout the
city of Detroit Those participat
ing include the following: New
Liberty . Cornerstone: Lemay Ave
nue; Miles Fellowship, Greater
King Solomon and others
The morning message will be
delivered by the minister of the
church on Sunday, September
8, 1963 at 11:00 am. Following
tne services, dinner will be serv
ed in Bethel Hall by the choir
members At 330 p.m. "You
Asked For It" will be presented
with the Celestial Choir render
ing the old and new gospels and
spirituals. At 7:30 pro. Nannie
11 Burrough’s play ‘‘Slabtown
Missionary District Convention”
will convene in Bethel Hall starr
ing members of the church at
large.
A cordial invitation is extend
ed to the public to attend and
join Bcthclites on this great oc
casion.
Oliver Bates, president; Ern
osta Miller, directress and pian
ist; Patricia E. Hicks, anniver
sary chairman; Rev. Carl D.
Hughes, host minister.
Shipping Clothes to School?
Pack Up Your Troubles * *
Wfiyi Jm ft 1% M f
Mv - v *" j&tm
With summer almost over, it’s time to be thinking about
getting ready for school again. And for increasing numbers of
youngsters who attend schools and colleges away from home,
there’s the problem right now of how to keep a wardrobe at
home until the last minute without risking getting to school
end having nothing to wear.
Most teen-agers usually want to keep a full wardrobe at home
for the long Labor Day week-end. Two days later they may >e
needing the same clothes at school 500 miles away. If they’ -e
not driving, they may be wondering how to ship that heavy
trunk and have it waiting for them, when they arrive.
Don’t panic. In moat cases, trunks can be delivered by air
door-to-door anywhere in the United States within 24 hours,
saving up to a week or 10 days shipping time. And the cost is
surprisingly low. An Air Express shipment of a 70-pound trunk,
for instance, costs under $lO for distances up to 500 miles. Thit
includes pick-up at home and delivery to school by REA
Express truck with no special arrangements made for drayman
haulage at either end.
Something else worth keeping in mind: Fresh laundry or for
gotten items of clothing go fastest by Air Express. Packages
weighing several pounds, which surface truckers in most cssjs
won’t bother with, travel anywhere in the United States over
night for only slightly more than $4.
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DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, IMS
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Tkt Senior Choir of Greeter
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist
Church, 5414 Rivard, hold thoir
Annual Graon Too at 2569 W.
Grand Boulevard, Sunday, Au
gust 25th. rant row, from loft
Progressive National Baptist
Convention Sessions Held Here
Ten thousand delegates and
visitors are expected to attend
the annual sessions of the Pro
gressive Baptist Con
vention to he held at King Solo
mon Baptist Church. 6125 * 14th
at Marquette. September 3
through September Bth with Dr
T M. Chambers, of Los Angeles,
California. President, presiding.
Among highlights of the con
vention will be the Centennial
Emancipation address deliver
ed by Dr Martin Luther
King. Jr.. President of the South
ern Christian leadership Confer
ence; discussion of the general
theme. 'Which Way Ahead'?
Pre convention musical with 500
voices Horn various choirs
throughout Detroit on Tuesday,
September 3rd. at 800 pm in
the beautiful auditorium of King
Solomon Baptist Church.
Janies Hood, former student
at the University of Alabama,
will he guest at the musical in
which several hundred young
people are expected to partici
pate.
Dr T. S Boone, pastor of King
Solomon Baptist Church, gene
ral chairman and coordinator of
the convention committee, also
announced that the welcome pro
gram will feature key lead
ers in Detroit, including greet
ings from the offices of George
Romney, Governor of the State
ol Michigan; Jerome P. Cava
naugh, Mayor of the City of
Detroit; Detroit Councilman Wil
liam T. Patrick, Jr., and Arthur
Johnson, Executive Secretary, De
troit Branch. NAACP; Dr. G.
Merrill Lenox, Michigan and De
troit Council of Churches; K
Conrad Vaughn, president, Book
er T Washington Business As
sociation.
Memorial services will be held
in memory of deceased members
of the convention with the Rev.
G W. Crisis of New York as
soloist.
Dr. VV. 11. R Powell, of Penn
sylvania, will deliver the intro
ductory sermon on Wednesday,
September 4. at noon Speakers
for the session also will include
Dr. O. H Stinson of Georgia;
Di. W. W. Taylor of Illinois; Dr
M E Wilson of Ohio; the Rev.
Grady D. Davis of North Caro
lina; Dr. J A Bacoats, president.
DETROIT, Mich Charles H
Weeb, Sr., of Chicago, 111. was
elected to a second one year term
as president of the National
Christian Missionary Convention
here recently.
Officers of (he organization of
Negro members of the Christian
Churches (Disciples of Christ)
were elected in a business ses
sion of the convention's 4?th an
nual assembly.
to right: Carrie Paul, secretary;
Swaatia Ford, Effia Forbes,
Elian Black mo q, Alice Han
cock, Elaine Paul, Lillian Han
cock, Rov. Aaron Blackmon,
Sr, pastor; Ella Hunter, vice
Benedict College. Columbia. S C ;
and Dr. John H. Nichols, of New
York, president of the Modera
tor's Council.
Among other speakers will be
Dr. Lloyd A. Burrus. chairman,
Home Mission Board; Dr. James
H Laird, pastor of First Metho
dist Church. Detroit; Dr. J O.
Jelks of Illinois; Dr. E. L. Har
rison of Washington, D. C.; Dr.
W K Jackson of Oklahoma; Dr.
Benjamin E. Mays, president,
Morehouse College, Georgia; Dr.
Gardner C. Taylor of New York;
the Rev. C. B Hodge, California;
Dr. S. A. Baker of Tennessee;
the •Key. J. H. McKissick of
Horida; I)r. A. Pmss Brent of
New Jersey; Dr. T. J. Jenkins
of New York, chairman of the
Evangelistic Hour.
Dr. C. C. Adams, of Phila
delphia, corresponding secretary
oi the Foreign Mission Bureau,
Inc., will conduct the Foreign
Missions Rally on Sunday, Sept.
8 at 3 pm. Dr. C. S Stamps,
of New York, will deliver the
sermon. The New Light Baptist
Church choir of 300 voices will
furnish special music.
Mrs. Uvee Mdodana Arbouin,
president of the woman's aux
iliary ol the convention will have
charge of all women's activities
including an inspirational mes
sage delivered by Dr. Ralph D.
Abernathy, pastor of West Hunt
er Street Baptist Church, At
lanta, and secretary treasurer.
Southern Christian Leadeiship
Conference.
Among other highlights of the
women’s sessions include em
phasis on general theme. Ready
to Serve"; special memorial hour
to the late Dr. Nannie Helen Bur
roughs, former president of the
women s auxiliary of the National
Baptist Convention, USA. Inc.,
conducted by Mrs. Mariellen Lot
ton ol Washington, D. C; Wel
come progiam under the direct
ion of Mrs. T. S. Boone, his
torian and an inspiritional ad
dress delivered by Mis. A. A.
Banks, Jr., wife of the president
of the Wolverine State Missio
nary Baptist Convention. Inc.
Di. L. V. Booth, vice president
of the Progressive National Bjp
tist Convention, is scheduled to
deliver the sermon as the noon
feature on Thursday, Sept. 5.
Mrs. Uvee Mdodana Arbouin
The West Side Clubs as an
irganizaticn grew from a conver
sation between four men, who
were watching unsupervised play
among boys at the McCabe rec
reation field. These four men,
equally frustrated by the civic
ninded laxity among most mem
bers of the community set up
headquarters at this field and
began to build a dream: To pro
mote athletics among boys be
tween the ages of nine and fif
teen, in an effort to build charac
ter and combat juvenile delin
quency.
This was August, 1958!
These four men had an in
fectious .enthusiasm that grew in
the minds of several other men
f the community, who subse
quently aligned themselves to
the p**oiect of fielding a junior
league football team.
Aiiei ocing accepted into the
r>no»T JUNIOR FOOTBALL
LKAGUF. Senior Varsity Divis
ion, the problem of uniforms and
equipment this newly
formed group. The problem was
tackled by personal funds, dis
rd'i equipment from various
ligh schools; used equipment
from sports renewal and personal
make-shift. The boy* changed
their clothes for practice in a
president; Mrs. Tunis Gates,
pianist. Third Row: Claude
Murray, Flora James, Rov. E.
W. Hancock, Mary Jones, and
Maggie Dodson.
will deliver her first annual mes
sage on Thursday, Sept. 5 at
4 pm. with Mrs. Edna Moten,
second vice president, presiding.
Local committee members, re
sponsible for the entertainment,
also include the Rev. Charles
A. Hill, Sr., executive chairman;
the Rev. O. C. Thomas, secretary;
Dr. H. H Coleman, treasurer;
the Rev. E. K Parks, Dr. J. F.
Green, publicity; Rev. Robert
Williams. Committee members al
so include the Rev. J. H. John
son. the Rev D. C; Crosby. Dr.
J. E. King, Dr. Cornell E. Talley,
the Rev. O. 11. Williams and the
Rev. Joseph Lane.
The thousands of delegates and
visitors attending the Progressive
National Baptist Convention will
meet in the most luxurious at
mosphere of King Solomon Bap
tist Church. 14th at Marquette,
Detroit 8, Michigan, on Sept.
38. 1963
There are two buildings. The
pre-convention musical and gene
ral convention will be held in
the main auditorium on the cor
ner (Eastside) of 14th at Mar
quette with a capacity of main
nooi, choir loft, and balcony be
tween 3.600 and 4,000. Furnish
ings include opera seats, pulpit
set, two grand pianos, one Wurlit
zzer electronic organ, one Ham
mond electronic organ, collect
ion and communion tables, gas
heating system, three electric
water fountains.
The building where the wo
men and young people will meet
is the Educational and Communi
ty Activities Center including ad
ministration offices of the pastor
and secretarial staff, pastors
Lioriry, two nurses’ rooms,
three conference rooms, 75 class
rooms, five ladies lounges’ pri
vate dining room, large dining
room, two men's lounges, two
kitchens, janitor's room, gym
nasium for basketball, roller
skating, boxing gym with 22' reg
ulation fixing ring, and a chapel
which will seat more than 7UO
people, it is furnished with
regular church pews, grand piano,
quasi spinet piano, public ad
•dress system in each area, music
studio and Little Theater which
will seat 400 people.
Dr. T. S. Boone, host pastor,
and entertainment committee
will have the velvet carpet lam.
West Side Cubs Move Forward
garage behind one of the mem
bers homes, and all equipment
was stored in the homes of the
organization members.
The West Side Cubs organi
zation by having only one foot
ball team, in the senior varsity
division, of the Detroit Junior
Football League, realized that
the only hoys being accommodat
ed by them were boys whose
were thirteen to fifteen.
But because of lack of funds,
continued with the one team until
1961.
In the summer of 1961 plans
were formed to expand. The
West Side Cubs organization
gave a raffle, a dance, a candy
sale and solicited personal funds
to field two additional football
teams.
The organization membership
garage was acquired and more
members homes were available
for storage. The organization had
grown. Three football teams were
now in the Detroit Junior Foot
ball League. (Senior Varsity, a nd
Junior Varsity Divisions) The
dream was taking shape! Boys be
tween the ages of nine and fif
teen now were being helped.
In 1962 the West Side Cubs
fielded its first baseball team.
Xhf team was entered into the
„ Society
- L, Wary Erltr RhJ*
ANNUAL green tea
\{ the home of Mrs Tunis j
Gates on W Grand Blvd_ last
Sunday afternoon colorful decors
of flowers were seen here, and
there, making it most inviting,
for members who came bring
ing others with them for thei
Annual Green Tea given by the
Choir of Greater Mt. Tabor Mis-;
sionary Baptist Church.
Mrs. C. Johnson was Mistress
of Ceremonies and the program
began with “Lift Every Voice
and Sing”, by James Waldon
Johnson, which was followed by
prayer led by the pastor. Dr.
A Blackman, rnd greetings were
warmly given by Mrs. Ella Hunt
er.
Mrs. Juanita E Paul and Mrs.
Alice Murray's Readings were
much appreciated, and the Bostic
Sister's Duet, was quite accept
able. John Lewis Band played
intermittenly. bringing much ap
plause. The highlight came when
•Ebenezer Pepper” played by
Mrs. Carrie Paul. Mrs. iMary
Jones and Mr. Claud Murray
was presented Their's was the
performance of trained actors.
It was enjoyable Mr. j*ohn Web
ster and Mrs. Ethel Williams
rendered beautiful solos.
Mrs Florine Anderson, the
president, was charming as she
presented the choir to the aud
ience. A picture was taken of
this delightful afternoon and
a delightful repast was served.
Hostesses included Mesdamcs
J E Paul. Let tic Hancock. Jo
sephine Jfnes, Carrie Brown.
Peggy Broun. Beverly Taylor
and Miss Lillian Hancock. Mrs.
Elia Hunter, chairman; Carrie
Paul, co-chairman; Florine An
derson, president and Rev. A
Blackman, pastor.
The children of Mr and Mrs.
Paul Holcomb of Scotten Ave
Billie. Golden and Rose also
their cousins enjoyed a wonder
ful week in Dayton, Ohio.
* $ *
Mr and Mrs Samuel Manning
of Scotten Avenue were happy
to have relatives to visit them
from Ix» Angeles. Chic go and
Mississippi over last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Taliaferro
of Scotten Avenue reciprocated
their sociable obligations Friday
evening at their home with a
delicious dinner.
Guests invited were Mr. anil
Mrs. L. C. Green. Mr. and Mrs
Richard Booker, Mr. and Mrs
Billy Rogell Baseball League. I
This year, 1963, the West Side
Cubs baseball program has
grown tremendously.
The West Side Cubs has field- j
cd a team in the Detroit Billy
Rogell “D" federation baseball, 1
Class “E” recreation baseball,'
and promoted its own West!
Side Cubs Wildcat league.
At the end of each season the
West Side Cubs sponsored a
Banquet for the boys. The first
Banquet at the end of the 1958
season crowded forty-eight per
sons into the home of one of
the organization members. The
banquet at the end of the 1982
season was enjoyed by nearly
four hundred persons.
Achievement trophies are
awarded to the boys at the Ban
quet festivities, in an effort to
incite further accomplishments.
The type of trophies are as fol
lows: 1. Sportsmanship; 2. Scho
lastic; 3. Most improved player;
4 Best position (first base, back
field, etc.) and 5. Most coopera
tive player
At present the organization
holds its meetings at the North
western Recreation center. The
organization has a membership
of twenty-eight men from all oc
cupatibns and religiuos beliefs.
T D. Talifcrro ami Mr. Hewitt
Swan. # .
KENTUCKY CONFAB
Saturday was fine for social
izing with your family, your iel
atives and former friends of
your home state.
The Kentucky Club of Detroit
was happy to be hosts to Dan
wile and Cincinnati,
began and 2 clubs of Chicago
and Cincinnati.
A full agenda was carried out
as tours, picnics and a real so
cial hour, personal engagements
and exotic meals making a lov
ely day for those identified by
their blue and gold badges. They
sang for an evening closing,
•* our’ Old Kentucky Home”.
WEDDING
Janice Elaine White and Mar
ion C. Calloway spoke their Wed
ding Vows Saturday, August 24.
from Vernor Chapel, Rev. Joseph
Brockington, officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Whdc Sr.
and the groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Calloway.
The bride wore a white peau
de soie gown with an embroider
ed lace bo-'ice, long sleeves and
heart shaded reckl'n?. Her floor
length skirt w»s indented with
lace designs. The shoulder length
veil was attached to a sequin
crown and she wore white satin
slippers. She carried a white
praver ho,»k with orchids and
stephonotis.
The maid of honor was Carol
White, her sister Ihg best man
wa> Clarence Smith
\ |ir Hv re* option was held
in the Social Room of the Church,
where many guest attended bring
ing lovely gifts
Mrs. Corine Curtis of Birming
ham. Ala., was visiting Miss lani
ise Carr of Melbourne Avenue
and other relatives in the city
last week. Her stay was most
pleasant.
LEWIS BUSINESS COLLEGE
ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
Yes. we will always praise,
adore and honor thy name,
Lewis Business College. We do
appreciate the many fine intel
leetual courses made available to
your student body, as it has
been proven by precept as well
as example, if the student has
ability, you have the curriculum
and tutors to satisfy the Accredit
ing Commission for Business
Schools in Wa.slnn .ton, DC.
Tlje college is also a member
ts the National Council of Busi
ness Schools, and has been ap
proved far instruction to Vete
rans under the G I Bill ol Rights,
and licensed under the Michigan
l>*’aliment of Public Instruc
tion
Those who did not attend
the 3lt it Annual C mimencement
and sec the 10 students who will
’<> i< Wash'iedon. DC. for em
ployment, at $4.3D0 a year, and
others in other various employ
ments new and others who arc
seeking a h’gh 'r education. Will
say that woman hood is still at
the head of the helm.
1).. Wimminl 15. Haney, BA.
11 1)., I).I). addressed the gradu
ates.
No member is compensated in a
morfetary way for his el fort.>.
the use of his home; the use of
his automobile or the contribut
ion of his time.
The West Side Cubs has at
present a liability of approximate
ly $2,000.00. Not including the
coming debt for additional foot
ball equipment. The organization
hopes to write off this liability
through membership dues (one
dollar per member monthly),
registration fees from the boys
one dollar per boy); raffles;
dances and a donation night
football game (not as yet
scheduled).
The future hopes and aspi
rations of the West Side Cubs
an opportunity to relieve the
emotional strain of environment
and growth • through athletics.
“OUR EFFORTS TODAY
THEIR PROGRESS TOMORROW’’
Despite the apparent handi
caps, the West Side Cubs manag
ed to attain three football champ
ionships in the 1982 season of
the Detroit Junior Football
League: Senior Varsity Division —
West Side Championship; Var
sity Division—West Side Champ
ionships; and Varsity Division-
Tie for City Championship.

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