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WEEK ERBICC SATUR&AY. AUGUST 23, 1958
Hew Singing group
is Drawing Raves
ASBURY PARK. N J i'AN'Pi
Making s name for himself as
a terrific cocktail lounge musical
attraction is Frank Hoppinstall,
leader of the AUegres. now appear
ing here st, the swank Tu f Club.
Formerly a member of Steve. Gib
son's Redcaps, Moppinsta.il formed
this trio s short time ago and was
<VJ In •**«!» I'mt tV<»
However, his continued popularity
with patrons caused the manager to
giv.'e him a contract that rails for
RUSH MEMORIAL CHURCH
. By MEs, ANNIE H. THORPE
lath Sundß>- bring' us around to
fine service; Quite an appreciative
group turned out for the Church
School at 345 and remained for
the !’ o'clock seFvic.es. The Sen
ior Choir was in charge of the mu
sic The service opened with the
Prcc«sSxOo«i number "Marching to
The Ist hymn number
Thou Almighty King •• as ' ;| mi
lined by the pastor. Rev W. D
Carson The responsive reading. * ■'-
ken from our Methodist hymnal,
was for the 33rd Sunday, ‘The Joy
of Delr- prance " Scripture lesson
was then read by our pastor from
Revelation? toe Sid chapter, com
prhin,? the entire chapter. The soul
stirring praver was offered by
Brother Neil Saunders Our 2nd
hymn. No 133. Ti? midnight and
rr. Olive? jj was -one p>-y
--erfull* • hile the. congregation me
TTie minister then talked with
the Junior Church at length on
Thou shait not take the ns me of
the Lord thy God in vain'' Res'.
Carson then 'hose his text from
Rrv it ■ Behold, h«> cometh wi*h
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them +o appear here twice a year
for the next ten seasons.
Talent scouts from top record la
bel,'; have been in to see and hear
the group and have expressed a
desire for Hoppinstall to ink a con
tract with them At present he's
waiting until October before he
tr.lrPA i rim.c as he fiwl.j it will
lake until then to build hi? group
into the type that could work any
spot in the country.
I cloud? and every eye shall see
j nun, and they aLo which pierced
| him; and all kindreds of the earth
j shall wail because of him. Even
so Amen "
Them', 'The Visible Christ.’ 'the
minister began by talking of the
2nd coming of Christ, but every eye
shat! see him. Men have been hid
ing from the Ministers of the Gos-
I pc! and ihese whoe are followers of
Christ, but every man wiii see nim
at thu f'-iv The following one the
E.xcerp’ l The man who failed to
. dirchargr hi? Duty.'' 11. Th« man
. j who failed to hear the Gospel of the
1 ! Lord Je.su? Christ." HI. The man
i v.-hc, Filed to love hi? neighbor as
i The minister closed by saying.
the sreal day of hi? raft has com-'.
. and who shall be able to stand?
■ « a. the message, and grl’at
i? the minister who delivered it.
W are indeed proud of this great
At the 7.30 o clock hour the min
-. -t• •• treked from Ephesians the
3rd chapter and 10th verse Using
: the theme: "Why we love the
. Church. Again, we invite you to
come and worship with us at one
i of our services.
BE THURMAN WHITAKER
BY THURMAN WHITAKER
Friends, school opening in just
around the corner, so be an early
bird, shop early and get some ol
the better and best back-to-school
The Baptist Association was
held last' Wednesday and Thurs
day at the Pilot Baptist, Church.
Wake Baptist Grove was repre
sented by Mrs. L. D. McClain
Deacon Laws, Mrs G. Smith. Mrs
P Cofield. Mrs. E Trice. Rev. C
Walton and Mis? G. Cofield
Rev. G. S Stokes, pastor of
Wake Baptist Grove Church r.
Garner, is moderator of the a??o
Mrs Eddith Trice who attend
ed revival service at the Good S? -
marian Church, reported a very
Revival service was held at the
Rand Street Christian Church last
week. Rev. J. R. Johnson is pas
Revival services were in progress
this week at the Wake Baptist
Church. Sen ices were conducted
by Rev. Jones, pastor of Jumper
Level and New Providence Bap
The Wake Baptist Sunday
School was proud to have Mr and
Mrs Thome? Jilrs in* the Sunday-
School Mr. .files addressed our
Sunday School lesson, "Justice to
Minorities" and was enjoyed by
We were proud to have Deacon
Wilder back with us in church
service last Sunday, who has been
absent for some time due to sick
Last Sunday regular church
service was held at the Wake Bap
list Grove Church with the pastor.
Rev. G S. Stokes, presiding.
Scripture was read by the paster
after which the Rev, E. Coefield
led u.s in prayer
The pastors text.. "The E v il Ef
fects of Sin", was enjoyed by a
Mr. and Mrs John Wood? and
Miss Margaret Woods, who are
vacationing at home visiting re
latives and friends are from New
On behalf of the pastor of Wake
Baptist and members, we wish to
extend a hearty welcome to all m
our visiting friends at last Sun
day's worship service.
SICK WO SHUT-INS
Mrs. Octavia Winters. Mr? F
lizabeth Hilliard. Mrs. Julia Rog
ers. Mr. James Haywood. Mrs Al
pharetta White. Monya Whit ,
Mrs. Lisa Ray, Mrs. Rosa Jiles.
Mr. Jimmy Jones
Wr wish each and everyone a
Mrs Rufus MoCullers and son
William Mr.Cullers were home vis
iting their family last weekend
from New York
The Cub Scouts of Garner were
chaperoned by the Rev. C B. Wat
ton last Saturday to Fort Bragg
They reported a happy trip
Mr. Bertran Haywood, a 19,y s
graduate of Garner Consolidated
High School and a 1957 era du-ate
of Shaw University, has been va
cationing with his parents. Mr
and Mrs. William Rogers He
departed to his teaching position
J. C. HARRIS
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LEADERS IN IST NATIONAL CATHOLIC CONFERENCE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE Shown ate
a group of prominent leaders who will play important roles in the Hi d National Catholic Conference set
Interracial Jus!ice. to be held at Leyola liniwidt*. Chicago, August All active, in the civil rights
Held, they are it to r,i George K. Hunter, secretary. Catholic Interracial Council, New Y<nk City; Hon
Harold A Stevens judge. New York State Supreme Court; Elmer A. Carter, member. New Yolk State
Commission Against Racial Diacriminalion; Lawrence Vi Pierce, assistant, distrkt. attorney, Brooklyn,
and Its? Rev. John LaFargo. S J.. founder of the Calfiolic interracial movement, m America, who will
deliver the keynote address. Delegate# from 34 f!C council'- thrmighnut the • 'lilted State? as well as
representatives of other civil rights gmups will attend Theme of the confri 'ice will tic; “The Catholic
Interracial Looks to the Future. '- < ASSOCIATED NEGRO PRESS PHOTO)
Bv MISS LENA M EL 1 EE-
On Sunday. August 17, service at
the Map's Temple Christian Church
began at 11.00 o'clock The Senior
Choir led the processional singing.
We Are Marching To Sion".
When the choir had reached its
place we sang "Gloria Fain" after
which we were led n prayer bv
the pastor, the Re?- M F Booker
While tne pastor was praying w c
softly chanted "The Lord’s Pray
The first hymn of the morning
was, ‘Trust in Jesus’ The scrip*
fu-e !” <m - i.'k- ", from H’l’' l !-:-*
kuk. 2nd chapter. v >. - ?•?. ’ ---.ft i--
whivh prayer was offered by Dea
The missionary offering was h f '-
cd while the choir song • Lead TVS?
To Calvary" Deacon Holloway
blessed Ihsi offering.
The announcements of the week
were made and the introduction of
The general offering was lifted
and fo.i-ecraitrd by the singing of
"Jesus I? Real To Me" The pas
tor then led us In a hymn. 'Let
Jesus Fix For Von Proceeding
the sermon the choir sang "I'm
Pressing On The pastor then be
gan his sermon using as a sub
ject “Traffic Sign?.''
In the pastor'? sermon ho pond
ed out hov? we should lead our
at the Ralph Bunch? High School.
THOUGHT. "So then everyone
of us shall Hive account of him
self to God. Let us net therefore
judge one smother any mort . but
judge this rather, that no man
put a stumbling block in or an oc
casion to fail in his brother's wav.”
- Romans 14:lit-13
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| Judge Doesn’t Believe
Prison Helps Fl Man
i CHICAGO --- "I suppose that
j i have rent- thousands of men to
1 ; ii There weie times when I -va?
| sentencing upwards of 4*30 a day.
; But. I don't, think jail is the *n
swer. I don't think imprisoning
. a. man helps bun," xav? h'd*.* Ar- :
mond W. Scott, in the current is
j sue of EBONY Magazine.
The semi-retired judse of th?
; MUnicpipal Court of the District
! of Columbia continues. “As a rnat
trv ~.f fact I let more men zn then
l sentenced, l gave everybody a
S chance when the circumstanct* : -
" a it.in ted. It there was any douot
of guilt- i freed them,"
' Judge Scoff, appointed in
1355 aa the first Negro judge
in the New Meal administra
tion of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
says of tiie District’s Negro
crime rale: “The cause Is well
known anti w p nuts* continue
to work fn reduce it. We've got
to improve our living enniii ■
lions for many of our people
and expand them work oppor
lives similar to the safety signs of
the highway while driving It was j
j very clearly brought out and un-J
: dn st.ood and enjoyed by all.
j Immediately after the sermon an
I invitational hymn was offered by
! she choir, “Someday 1 Shall Under
I The doxology was sung and the
s benedict ion was pronounced.
SICK AND SHUT-INS
Mr? Mary Winters, Mrs Fannie
M'•Bride, Mr*. Caroline Woods end
! Mrs. Esii 11a Pulley.
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK
I "Steep your hfo with caution,
| and set in the safety gone on the
i Lord’s side"
; The sub-standard conditions
' under which many of ua are fotc
; pd to live creafc the biggest hand -
cap, Too many of as live in ill-lit.
1 ghettoes. one room shelters, Faro
-1 ify jjfe is shot. Our biggest drive
j in coining years should be direct-
I ed at, eradicating these evils.'*
| Judge Scott's prestige and re
i spec!, m the nation's capital was
I shown several years ago, when h>s
! i,hird term expired. The all-white
: District Bar Association, winch
| had refused his application in 1
: membership, petitioned the at
; torney * general to grant him two
S more years on the bench so he
j could .qualify for a full $12,000-.i
--year pension, and in an unprece
dented event, the association spon •
sored a testimonial banquet m his
Tributes from the distinguished
‘jurist! and lawyers have •
for the man who refuses to be
Known .is "a Negro mdse'' 1 ire af
fectionate title of “The. Dean"
i Judge Scott adds; “'Some say I am
j a Negro in a white man's work
! That’s not it I am a, judge and it
l happens that, 1 work with every
I Sard one lawyer of fudge Scott.
! who has sentenced thousands of
i nmn and has handed our, an esfci
| mated million dollars in fines,
j "Judge goes beyond the Law of
j crime and punishment and deals
i in causes and cures and under
standing and sympathy. He deal.-,
justice not from the law books but
from the heart.”
Irrigation pays seven years out
By 1956, 90 per rent, of American
farms had mechanical refrigera
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CHICAGO An ambitious Geor
gia woman “didn't want to die
dumb and ignorant ' so at the age
of 75 Mamie Stephens receive her
high school diploma and the “Most
Outstanding Senior" trophy at an
evening school in Atlanta, acocrd
mg to an article in the September
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Thurs., Aug, 21
Tu.es, ? Aug, 26
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CLARKTGN, N. C.
Issue of EBONY Magazine.
Commenting on her complet
ing h:*;h school. Mrs. Stephen*
slid she hopes her diploma
shows older people that their
Ilf? is no! nopi that they can
,vti!l !cirn and be useful.''
Born of slave parents Mrs St'
pheps is the oldest person ever to
graduate from Atlanta's Booker T.
Washington Evenuig High School,
and the first to earn 12 perfect at
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