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By/My WHBam
The Ralph J. Bunche Neigh
borhood Council, Inc., held their
"Annual Fellowship Tea., Sun
day. September 22nd at their!
headquarters. 3360 Charlevoix in
the lower auditorium. 4-6 pm
Notable guests were present
including Mr. Ofield Dukes, Mrv
Vs. W. Hyatt. Mrs. Charlene
Broge, and Rev. Dr. Harry Woll,
Fxecutive Director of Lutheran
Social Services of M.chigan. Their
theme was “Strength in Unity'
For Neighborhood Achieve
ments”. Other program partici
pants were Mr Benjamin Tol
bert. Mrs. Shirley Hicks, Mrs
Alma Haynes, president of the
Arndt Charlevoix Block Club. Mr.
John Blackwell. Mr. Alonzo Koo
inson. Mr. Robert Conway and
Mrs M J Meyer's Vice Presi
dent and President of the Coun
cil, respectively. Mrs. Jessie Par
rish was pianist. Mrs. Mantta
Hawkins arranged the program.
Mrs. Sallie Gray was Co-Chr.,
Mrs. Beulah Baldwin, General
The Rev Charles E. Morton
will be installed as pastor of
Metropolitan Baptist Church, 13-
liO fourteenth at reel, t-riday,
September 27th at 7 p.m. The
hev A A Banks of Second Bap
tist Church of Detroit will preach,
lie wiii oe accompanied u> his
cno.r and church ushers.
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The Senior Missionary Circle
No a ot second Baptist Church
vc 1 11 present “A Tribute To
American Women.” Sunday. Oct
ober 20. 1963. 3 5:30 p.m. at the
Womens CIUO. Dtol L»i u»n St.
Mis. Lucille Moore is presi
Sunday. September 29th. "An
ual Christian Education Week"
will be übserved as sponsored
by the Board of Christian Edu
cation Dr Estel 1 Odle. Dir. of
Christian Education of the De
tiuit Council ol Churches will
be guest preacncr at the 10.30
am. service
¥ ¥ •
The Earnest Workers Club will
present “Ihe Progress of Wom
en' program at 3.30 p m. in the
church auditorium. Mrs. Mary
E. Glenn is chairman, Mrs. Rosa
Scott is president.
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ihe Meldrum Community Club
Tea and program ended on a
successful note last Sunday, ihe*
aliair was heid in the yard 'ot
Mrs Katherine Sykes of 6429
l- Guiiieid -»o pm. with Mrs.
Mary Snepnerd presiding as tne
Mistress of Ceremonies. The his
lory oi tne ciuu pointed out tnat
Mrs. Ruby Reynoius ot East roi
est Avenue was its first presi
dent, and was co-tounueu uy
Mrs. Kav nulds and Mrs. Loia
Many outstanding accomplish
ments have been made during
the administration ol .ur. Janies
aounsou, 2nd president, and he
has been succeeded by Mrs. Al
bcita Mitchell. Representatives
were Mrs. Dora Manee of the
3100 Mullett Block Cluo, inspec
tor Gerald Berman of the 7th
ptecincl, Police Dipt., and Mrs.
James Brown, director, Martens
Recreation Center. Guest speak
er was Mrs. Mattie J Meyers of
Raipn Bun ch e Neighborhood
Council, ’lwo musical selections
were rendered by Stevie, Andrea
and Stephanie Perkins, Veron
ica, Cornell and Yolanda Spivey
and Do nor a Anita Williams, who
aie neighbors of Meldrum St.
Mrs. Verna L Jones and Mrs.
Mmnda Christman also partici
pated in the program Mrs. Kuny
E Williams chaired the program,
Mrs Mattie Johnson was general
chairman Their theme was “Fac
ing the Challenge".
The Queen of Tyree No. 35.
OE Sos the Greater Queen
Esther Grand Chapter held their
annual Five Point Tea Sunday,
Sept 22nd at 114 Erskine. The
al/air was a grand success Mrs.
Sylvia Jackson was chairman,
Hose Love. Co-chr. EarnesUne
Glover Associate Matron, Der
ladme Logan, Worthy Matron
• • *
Last Sunday marred seven
years of wedded Daw for you/s
truly Saturday Sepowo:;
Mr Fletcher WiJJtaAM Tr.Oyn*
photograpner wiJ observe t,-.* n*
tar day
A gr*-at muv«cal concert will
be prevented in the Henry 4 Ed
sel Ford Audi ion urn, Sunday,
Sept 22nd at 3 pm by the Mt.
Zion New Providence and First
Baptist Male Chorus Guest so
loists will be Sylvia Landrum.
Mane Ballard. Willie Johnson
and Mrs W'lller Coleman Min
isters of the sponsoring church
choral groups arc the Rev, R
W. Wright. Rev E. Solomon and
the Rev. Nathaniel Jackson, re
Watch For "Most Popular
(hurdiwoman Contest"
• • •
The P B A C Social Club
met at Mrs. Lillian Smoth's home
on Blaine Saturday. Plans for
the fall activities were discuss
ed and general socialising and
games were played.
• * *
The Henry Edith family of
Delray, Michigan, motored to
South Carolina to bury their
father Mr. Edith is a deacon at
First Baptist Church. Southwest.
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The Rev. Nathaniel Jackson and
Church. Delray. Michigan were
the guests of the Triedstone Bap
tist Church, Taylor and Wood
row Avilson, Sun., Sept. 22nd.
lhe Rev. M. B. Icrrell is minis
• • ♦
Don’t forget the Mock Gover
nor’s Conference at Third Bap
tist Church. Sunday. Sept. 29th
at 3:30 pm. Atty. Herbert L.
Dudley, past president of the
Connectional Laymen’s Confer
ence of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Bertha L. Marion
is chairman. The Rev. S. J. Will
iams, minister.
By Woodi* King, Jr.
The Wayne State University
Theatre has announced the cast
of “Purhe Victorious." the com
edy by Ossie Davis which opens
October 4 as a part of the Eman
cipation Centennial observance.
In the title role is Damon L.
White (124 Massachusetts, High
land Park), who played a lead
ing role at Wayne last season
in the Studio lheatre produc
tion of "A Raisin in the Sun. '
lie has also appeared in local
productions of “The Death of
Bessie Smith.” “The Connection,’
“Light up the Sky" and “Nude
with Violin." Playing opposite
him in the role of Lutiebelle is
\ etra Carolyn Evans (2368 Cort-
Lnd, Detroit), a last year's grad
uate of Central High School. Oth
er leading roles are played by
James Ranee i3020 W. Boston,
Detroit) and Burniece Avery (141
Longfellow, Detroit).
The cast also includes Bar
bara Meek (1259 Edison, De
troit), Frank Monico i3240 W.
Boston, Detroit), Kenneth Miko-I
iowski (1121 W. Canfield, De
troit), William Patent (2 54 26
\N areham. Huntington Woods)
and Greg Olszewski (9212 Min
ock. Detioit).
Purlie Victorious" is a cur
rent dramatic comment on our
attempts to achieve freedom and
equaluv, me siuiy upon which
the Emancipation Centennial is
fpeusing our attention. A broad
comedy, it satirizes past cliches
in drama and society and shows
tne ridiculous elfcets of racial
segregation on human beings.
In peaking of this f”nction of
the play, the author wntes, “Our
chuiches will say segregation is
immoral because it makes per
tectiy wonderful people, white
and black, do immoral things
Our courts will say segregation
is illegal because it makes per
fectly wonUerlul people, white
and black, do illegal things ...
And finally our Theatre will say
segregation is ridiculous because
it makes perlectly wonderful peo
ple, white and black, do riaicu
lous things".
Ihe complete performance
schedule is October 4-5 and 10-
12 at 8:30, and Oct. 13 at 2:30.
Tickets al $l5O are on sale at
the University Ticket Ofiice in
Mackenzie Hail, Cass at Putnam,
available at 833-1400. extension
265. Season tickets are also avail
able through the lun of this
play. Individual tickets may al
so be purchased at Grinnell's
TV's Hootsnanny
At Olympia
Jack Lmklctter’s “Hootenan
ny ”, a half • hour TV favorite
which has been expanded to an
hour for the new season, will
play a one night engagement at
Olympia Stadium Oct. 25.
The folk music festival will
feature Jack! Linkletter in per
son with such popular artists as
I>-s Baxter's Balladeers, The Big
Three, Joe and Eddie, and Raun
Mj< Kinnon.
It was Linkletter who started
th e nationwide “Hootenanny”
craze last year with his weekly
TV series starring the finest folk
musicians in the country. The
Olympia engagement will mark
the first “live” appearance of
Linkletter and the original “Hoot
enanny” in Detroit.
Beginning next Saturday (Sept.
21), “Hootenanny” will be tele
cast from 7:30 to 8.30 p m., Sat
urdays (on ABC-TV). The Olym
pia show, beginning, at 8 pm,
will not be televised.
Queen of Tyree No. 35, 0.-
E'.S. of the Greeter Queen Es
ther Grand Chapter held their
Annual 5 point Taa which was
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Officers, l-r: sitting; Syl»
vie Jackson, Chr. Standing: Me-
The wife and the alleged "oth
er woman." had a battle of words
in Recorder s Court last week,
ine referee between the wife,
and her husband s sweetheart was
recorder's Judge Paul E. Krause.
Miss Classic Brown. 40, of 4156
Dubois, party of the first part,
was charged with malicious de
struction of property on the com
plaint ol Mrs. Bertha Williams,
42, of 2208 East Willis, party ol
the second part.
.Mrs. Williams accused Miss
Brown, whom she says is her hus
band's girlfriend, of coming to
their home on the night of Aug.
2/. where she slashed the tires of
both her and her uusband’s car.
Mrs. Williams further stated that
Miss Brown removed the aerials
from both cars and fled.
"I've been having a lot of
trouble with this woman,” ex
plained Mrs. Williams, “e ver
since my husband started run
ning around with her.”
On the other side of the "led
ger lomance,” Miss Brown de
nied the charges.
Mrs. Williams admitted that
she did not see Miss Brown slash
the tires, but she has a reliable
witness, who saw the act of brutal
ity who happens to be a student
who was in school, and could
be present in court at the trial.
Judge Krause adjourned the
case until Saturday when the stu
dent can be present, and tell
what his or her eyes saw in the
tire slashing incident.
The wife and girlfriend left
the courtroom minus any smiles
for each other.
* * •
Abel Franton bit the hand that
fed his mouth. He then told a
little white lie, in an attempt to
, cover up his sinful deeds.
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»e ret*are nat 'el ©i!». *j ving luttre, beauty and
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cluded to
Esther’s Beruty Aids / x h£?J?v.hT
a tremendous success, Sunday,
Sept. 22nd at 114 Erskine. l-r,
standing: Irma Grant (stand
ing for Goraldino Crosby)
Die Corley, pest Queen, Rose
Love, Co-chr. Eernestine Glov-
Facing The Judge
rranton, 61, of 1313 Wilkins,
was found guilty of* larceny from
a building by Recorder's Judge
Paul E. Krause and sentenced to
ou uays in tile house oi Correc
Kranton was arrested on the
complaint ot Sam Kelly, 34. of
1310 Alfred, who told the court
mat he allowed rranton to live
in his home for almost two
weeks, because r ranton didn t
have any other place to live.
Kelly saiu uiicr rranton mov
ed the following household
articles also disappeared:
One suit, urlitics ol clothing,
pots, pans, an electric clock and
a steam iron, lie said tire loot
was valued at more than SSO.
Kranton was arrested Sept. 15
when Kelly observed him in
front of 1313 Wilkins, with three
of his pots in his possession. Kel
ly saiu rranton was tiding lo
sell tiie pots, to raise some mon
ey. '
Franton denied the charges.
Me told the court: T found thost
pots in the alley, and all of
them had holes in the bottom.”
Thomas D. Wilson lost a 2 and
one-half block race with police
last week. The arresting officer
was not chasing Wilson on a
race course, but through alleys
and over fences, instead.
Wilson. 36, of 1197 Delav/are,
was found guilty of engaging
in an i.legal occupation and fin
ed a total of $l5O.
Police said as they approach
ed Wilson driving in an oppos
ite direction, Wilson abandoned
his ear in the middle of the
street, and fled down an alley.
They said he ran into the base
ment of a home at 3010 Richton,
where he hid a brown paper bag
containing 249 current dated bet
Graco Kelly, Leole Woods end
Katie Suggs. Seated is Azalene
Pittman, Queen.
* • •
er, Associate Matron, Geral
c*ine Logan, W. M.
slips and $42 in cash.
The sentence was imposed by
Recorder's Judge Paul E. Krause.
Th fine was paid by Harry S.
Pliskow, Wilson’s defense attorn
ey, and Wilson walked to his
freedom from the courtroom.
♦ * *
Emmett Stafford. 35. of 9974
Holinur, was charged with lar
ceny in a building last week in
a warrant issued by the prose
cutors office.
Staiford was arrested on the
complaint of Dr. A. W. Lowe,
of 17117 Parkside, who accused
Sialloid of stealing a mans S7OU
wrist watch while washing walls
in his home.
police said Stafford was arrest
ed when he attempted to sell the
The officers further stated that
Staiford also admitted stealing
a diamond engagement ring and
a ladies’ wrist watch from a
home in Oa.t Park, where he
was washing walls.
* * «
Henry J. Preycr, 27. of 1026
Conners, was charged with at
tempted larceny last week in a
warrant issued by tile prosecu
tors office.
He was arrested in Harper Hos
pital, where ponce said Preycr
had put on an orderly uniform
and was searching night cases
in a room.
The officers Su.d Prcyer ad
mitted that he is a narcotic ad
! met. They quoted him saying:
Ii was looking for money, or
jewelry that 1 could sell to
get some money.”
Johnnie Mouzon, 33, of 4611
Sixteenth, was charged with fe
lonious assault last week in a
warrant signed by Recorder’s
Judge Frank G. Schcinanske.
He was arrested on the com
plaint of L. C. Williams, 34, of
4492 Humboldt, who accused Mou
zon of striking him on the head
with a three foot branch of a
tiee, in an alley near his home,
during an argument over 65c
which Mouzon said Williams owed
his wife.
Williams said he was assault
ed with the slick by Mouzon af
ter he told him he wouldn’t have
the money he owed Mouzon’s
wife until the following week.
Williams was hospitalized at
Receiving Hospital for numer
ous lacerations of the head.
• • *
Richard llcarst, 18, of 2736
Marquette, was sentenced to six
months in the Detroit House of
Correction last week for violation
of his probation.
The youth was placed on pro
bation Feb. 15, 1963 after he was
convicted of attempted breaking
and entering. He was told to
finish school, and given an 11
p.m. curfew hour.
Police said the youth violated
his two years* probation period
by getting intoxicated.
< Lt)oin(jS
By Mary Belle Rhodes
Hour-A Day Study Club
of Windsor
Mrs. Gwendolyn Harrison of
Iron wood was the congenial hos
tess to the Hour ADay Study
Club of Windsor, Thursday af
ternoon at her home.
The president, Mrs. Margaret
Tolbert brought greetings, and
after the usual opening of the
meeting, proceeded with the agen
da. which was heavy because
cl the Kail Season, however, a
concise knowledge of the busi
ness items by the president, j
sue reaui.y u.aposed of it.
A print.report of all busi
ness transactions of last year s
CluD Year was sent to all club
A delectable menu was serv
ed by the hostess.
Mrs. Bernice Stewart was the
guest speaker and members pres
brooks. Gladys Browning, Lavina
Lucas, Vivian Knoll, Edna I’roc
tor, Louise Rock. Gladys Van-
Dyke, Elizabeth Washington, Lu
ella White and Gwendolyn Har
rison also Margaret Tolbert.
» * *
One of The Ten Honored
Miss Bessie M. Whitman, R.N,
was one of the ten women who
were given an award of recog
nition for outstanding Chris
iiuii work in the Community.
These awards were given last
Sunday, at the Springhill Bap
tist Church, in Inkster, Mich
igan. The Rev. Esias F. Lee, is
me minister.
The f.nual “Womens Day”
celebration and the recognition
of these Christian women was
comoined into a single unique
affair, thus making the day one
so significant tnat it will long
be remembered.
Miss Whitman was cited for
her leadership and work in her
church and in the community at
large, also f r the part she play
ed in helping the survivors to
rehabilitate themselves when the
hurricane, “Donna” played ha
voc in the city of Marathon. Fla.,
a few years ago.
At the time of the hurricane
diaster. Miss Whitman collect
ed a van load of furniture, cloth
ing and other household appli
ances, such as refrigerators,
accompanied the van to the strick
ened area and personally dis-|
tributed these articles to the
needy families.
Miss Whitman is also a co
owner of three convalescent
homes in Detroit and N’orthville,
which has given her an oppor
tunity to fulfill her wish to give
service to others, as well as to
give employment to many pco-'
pie of ail races, as she has al
ways worked for better relation
ship among all races, her 11101-
to is “Loid Let Me Live io<
The entire program, begin
ning with a wonderful message
oy Mrs. Randall Frazier, wno
used the theme, “Chnsiian Worn
on Facing a Socially Changing
v»orld , was most inspiring, anu
certainly gives impetus to oth
ers to do our besi from day to
Miss Whitman had as her
guests, Dr. Violet T. Lewis, wno
made timely comments, also Mrs.
Marie Kyncs. wno rcndcicd two
vocal solos, and Miss Louise Carr.
• * *
Hartford Ave. baptist Church
gave their mammoth Calendar
Tea Sunday afternoon at 4:1)0
p in. with a program in the Sune
tuary and a eoloiful tea in Hill s
The Calandar Month tables
were all dressed up with the
Silver Tea Sets, china and col
orful flowers also many enjoy
aole delicacies.
Toward World Peace
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The grim sight of a mushroom cloud billowing over the
* Vi* ’ * ®P rea^*n K radioactive fallout. .. >\ill soon be a thing
ol the past ... pending ratification by the U.S. Senate of the
nuclear test ban treaty, already
agreed to by the Soviet Union
and Great Britain.
Asa result of renewed test
ing in 1961-62, first by the
USSR and then by the U.S ,
radioactive fallout will double
in 1963. Dangers of over
*JP®* u *c include a shortening
of life, increased incidence of
leukemia, sterility, serious in
jury to the central nervous sys
tem, malformation of human
President Kennedy has been
outspoken in his support of
Senate ratification of tne pact.
His words before the UN Gcn
*£•» Assembly in September
1961 no ..* have even more mean
Everyone is a member of this
club and the response is quite
encouraging for the totals were
near S2OOO. Patricia Smart was
crowned “The Queen" from the
September Club and Mrs. Charles
Hill presented her the flowers.
A full representation was pres
Come and join the friendly
• * •
Michael Reid, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison lteid, is still in
the Air Force and hat been
given an assignment ns Fuel
Analyst for the government. To
date he has been in the states
of Texas, California an* Arizona.
The Standard Oil Company told
him, after graduation, they will
have a job waiting for him.
Teacher at MarquetH*. Wis.
Mrs. Le vis Cotmun and Mrs.
Leonard >*rrison moUrHcd to
Milwaukee, Wisconsin last week
end for a visit with Chas. Col
man (son) who is teaching at
Marquette. He is the first Ne
gro teacher appointed to the
* * *
Last Thursday Mrs. Mary Brad
ley of WcM Grand Bivd., presi
dent of the Entro Nos Cluo was
hostess to the club at the Worn
c.is .-tss-„c.dtion Club House.
it was an in,cresting meeting
as cure were many items of
~i. niv.,.> io ad upon. A lovely
menu was served.
, *
Mrs. Marguciilc Cotman of
Santa Rosa was hostess to the
Social inioriiitij Cluo Monday
evening at her beautiful home.
Vacations echoes piovcd very
entertaining wnue enjoying a de
lectable menu.
Cincierella Club
The Cinderella Club held a
Steak Cook-O u t Sunday after
noon on the beautifully decorat
ed patio of Mrs. Lura Norman
ot Hazelwood Avenue.
The club also surprised Rob
ert Howell, the husband of Mary
Howell for his birthday. Hob
received many gifts and eards.
After dining on steaks grilled
over charcoal by the members
themselves, games were played
and fun had by all.
Members and guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert How
ell, Mr. and Mis. T. Richards,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hotchkiss,
Mi. anti Mrs. Robert Lewis,
Alice Moore, Lura Norman, Mar
garet Sebree, Laura Austin, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Carr, Mr. and
tyrs. Guy Myers, Prudence Stev
ens aim Vcincl Rowell.
The first 1 all meeting will be
held Saturday, October, 5 at the
•mine of .vlia. Cora Ellington of
-to..u Glendale Avenue.
0 * «
Miss uetty burr, daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. James burr, of
Mxiccnth street, and Danny
Green of Seward Avenue, will
be married Saturday, Sept. 28,
at 4 pin , at Holy Cross
baptist Church, 6220 Lin wood.
me marriage rites will be per
formed by the Rev. J. H. Porter,
pastor ot the church.
A gala reception will follow
at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple
(upstairs) 114 Erskinc Street.
Dr. McArthur Colton
1111 Griswold Street
Daily *-4 WO. 1-177 V
S*». *•* WO. 1-17S0
ing. “In a spiraling arms race,
a nation's security may wall be
shrinking even as its arms in
crease. The risks inherent in
disarmament pale in compari
son to the risks inherent in an
unlimited arms race.
• The Citizens Committee for a
Nuclear Test Ban believes that
the treaty represents extremely
significant progress towards
freeing the world from the
fears and dangers of radio
active fallout-as well as a first
step to halt the perilous inter
national arms race. They urge
you to write your senator —or
the White House —to indicate
your approval of ratification. ,

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