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Story & picture page 5
Tanner Chapel Choristers
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This choral group of Tanner AME Church
presented a musical program based on the
theme of the American Negro's contribution
to the world of music. ‘A Song
is Born* featured outstanding
vocal arrangements under the
director ship of Mrs. Rachel
Pictured above, front row:
Harold Carriger, Juanita Scott,
Evelyn Warren, Donna Sue Ward,
Maxine Johnson, Roberta Lewis,
Katherine Drum.
Back row: Alexander Wright,
Cecil Scott, Marvaulene
Croomes, Cleo Moorehead, Erma
Bowen, William Miller, Rev.
Pir’%ard, Charles Wheeler.
Back To School
In another troubled Arkansas
community—the town of Van Bur
en where thirteen Negroes with
drew from the high school after
being jeered and threatened by
striking white students a differ
ent kind of solution was put for
ward by a Federal judge last
week. Judge John E. Miller put
the school board on its honor
to see to it that integration was
peaceably resumed. The tactic
worked. This Monday, eight Os
. the Negroes returned to class.
There were no demonstrations a
- them, only a few harsh
■ looks.
Three's A Crowd
Young hula hoopers
pause from their mad
whirls, l to r Gwendo
lyn, Elizabeth, and
Lincoln, Jr. Their
parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Lincoln J. Rags
dale, 1606 W. Thomas
Veterans News
Any disabled veterans desiring
hospital care or needing assist*
ance with his claim should call
Clovis Polk, local Post Service
officer of V. F. W. Post #l7lO.
Phone numbers BR 6-2401 or
AL 2-0719.
Pictorial Weekly
Friday, October 3, 1958
Major Convicted
court martial of seven colonels
convicted Maj. Leonard V. Bail
ey of disorderly conduct and fined
him SI,OOO for striking Negro
entertainer Timmie Rogers.
Don't Get Tied
Unordered ties are being mailed
into the Valley area by the Neck
tie Workers Organization of St.
Louis. Recipients are under no
obligation to purchase or return
the merchandise.
This group solicits sales under
the guise of supplying work for
handicapped persons.
New Town
Residents of Allenville, a Ne
gro settlement two miles south
of Buckeye, Arizona want to be
come incorporated. Anyone own
ing property or knowing of pro
perty owners in this area should
contact Clovis Polk, local real
estate salesman for the William
and Jones Realty Company.
KKK Nest Discovered
MOBILE, ALA—Sheriff’s of
ficers cracked down on a Ku
Klux Klan nest with headquarters
in the Saraland police station
and linked arrests to the ambush
slaying of the small town's may
or and a series of antibus-inte
gration cross-burnings.
Mobile County Sheriff Ray D.
Bridges said seven men had been
arrested, including Saraland Po
lice Chief N. W. (Pat) Patrick.
More arrests were expected.
Saraland is 10 miles north of
“We have evidence the town’s
police station was a center for
a good portion of the Ku Klux
Klan activity in Mobile County, *’
Bridges said. But he added there
was no connection, yet, between
the Klan and the Aug. 6 shotgun
killing of Saraland Mayor Oscar
L. Driver.
10 Cents
Sims Honored
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Mr. Carl Sims, Sr., Democratic legislator
from District 7 for eight years was the hon
ored guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les-
ter Irving, 809 W. Magnolia St.
A delicious four course dinner
was enjoyed and Mr. Sims re
ceived the good wishes of his
staunch friends who worked so
untiringly during the recent cam
paign. Mr. Sims defeated three
contenders for his seat in the
Arizona Legislature. He is vir
tually elected before Nov. 4 be
Arkansas Student
Enters Los Angeles School
of the eight Negro pupils to com
plete a year at Central High
School left last Saturday for Los
Angeles. Terrence Roberts will
live in California and enter school
immediately in order to finish
his senior year without further
His father stated his son would
return to Central if it was opened
to Negro students again. He will
send his daughter to California
if schools are not opened within
Goldwater, Mac .
To Share Forum
Senator Goldwater (R -A r • .)
and Governor McFarland have
accepted invitations to appear
on a television forum.from 3:30
to 4 p.m. Oct. 12 on Channel 10.
The two are opponents for
Goldwater’s senate seat.
The invitation was issued by
the Phoenix League of Women
Boy Loses Eye
Ronnie Strickling, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie Strickling, 1140
E,. Yavapai St. was struck in
the eye by a rock thrown by
another boy. The accident oc
curred in front of Pilgrim Rest
Baptist Church, 17th and E, Mad
ison St. Ronnie’s eye was re
moved at Memorial Hospital. He
is a student at Abraham Lincoln
Elementary School.
Phoenix, Arizona
' cause he does not have a Re
publican opponent.
Pictured above; 1 to r: Miss
Ada Jean Boykins, sec’y:
Messers. Aaron Cochran, Carl
Sims, Sr. James Haley and Lee
Thompson; standing behind Mr.
Sims - Mr. and Mrs. Lester'
three weeks.
Mr. Roberts said that Ter
rence and Ernest Green, Central
High’s first Negro graduate
worked in New York City during
the summer at a garment fac
tory. Terrence plans to become
a doctor and he hopes that his
decision to enter school in Cal -
ifornia will not cause him to lose
any of the scholarship funds es -
tablished by several groups for

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