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RED CROSS APPOINTfE
KvWn jUMßaft^a^B^K i^Vp^n fc aM '• S J^H •K- wuml jHiy^H ;_ W|yj. ft mm ft ■*/ , tf*»iil??ftft m B ;;/ V.' -' Art2otK^pttbun? .«jSLiI-«l , S jZ^ <AljL is* year, No. 20 New Pastor Welcomed Rev. C. W. Williams, ; $, Wfm ' 4 HHk'tV .'V HH -<? 431 - HiJß| ,%|B Jjpßj^^ 9 9 I jfly 8(33r5H Members and friends of the Lucy Phillips Memorial C.M.E. Church welcomed a new PALMDALE NOTES Michael Taylor, 10, won first prize, a 21 pound turkey, at the drawing for charity at St. John's Temple of Truth. He lives at 2731 E. Wood St. The Palmdale Glee Club will appear with the Julian Glee Club in a joint pre-Christmas musical program at the Union Baptist Church, December 7th. Mrs. Madeline Mason and Miss Kathlyn Warren are directors. Mr. Mervyn Lackey has been added to the faculty at Palmdale School. BULK RATE U. S. POSTAGE PAID Phoenix, Arlz. Permit N0#126 Edward Banks, editor and publisher of the Arizona Tribune was recently appointed to the board of directors of Maricopa County Red Cross. Mr. Banks served as program and welfare director with the American Red Cross in England, France and Germany from 1944-47. Visitors Thaw Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Artry accompanied by their four year old daughter, Mary, arrived from cold Nebraska to enjoy a sunny holiday with relatives. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hankins, sister of Mrs. Artry. Mr. Artry is the son of Mrs. Mary Artry and the brother of Mrs. Beatrice Me Cauley and Mrs. Rosalee Wil liams. pastor and said farewell to the former pastor. Homecoming services on November 29 were planned by the Women’s Mis sionary Society, Mrs. M.Smith, president. Pictured (1 to r) Rev. L.J. Harper, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Wil liams and Rev. C. W. Williams. Rev. Harper steps down from the pulpit to become’a presiding elder of the Arizona district. Rev. and Mrs. C.W. Williams hail from Detroit, Michigan. RANGER FOOD GIFTS For the sth consecutive year, the Ranger Food Gifts for the Needy is planned for commun ities throughout Arizona. Funds for needy families are allocated by First Federal Sav ings. Year round food cou pons, redeemable at local food markets are given to the fam ilies. Rangers are asked to send recommendations for a needy family, the number in the fam ily to the Ranger Lady, First Federal Savings, in their local ity, Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, Casa Grande, Flagstaff and Yuma. No telephone recom mendations can be accepted. All letters must be postmarked no later than December 14. Over 500 families have been helped since the plan began in 1953. Pictorial Weekly Friday, December 5, 1958 / T ' ' >Ho . m --4 H 9L v' I ■; mm ' ft. ' a Bl MBm ® m mMB B^BBMb^ Hi -HiSHI fln H a.t.HH B I I NEW YORK--The Commission on Race and Housing called for an end to the 'evil of housing dis crimination’ in America. The plea was contained in an 80 page report entitled 'Where Shall I Live?’ This report in cluded findings and recommenda tions of the commission based on a three year study of housing conditions. The commission is an inde pendent citizens' group formed in 1955 to study housing problems of racial and ethnic, minorities was financed by the Fund for the Republic. The report urged federal and JULIAN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES End Housing Evils Howard Kirk, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirk, 1902 E. Atlanta is a good student. He is in the 7th grade at the Percy Julian School. Howard likes to play football and read. PRIZE WINNER J.T. Fields, 8, pupil at Booker Washington Elementary had Christmas early. He won a bi cycle on the 'lt’s Wallace?* pro gram on Nov. 29th. He was happy to receive the prize be cause five days earlier his had been wrecked by a car. For tunately J.T. was uninjured and he can ride again. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fields, 17 South 11th Street. 10 Cents Left: Eighth graders will present two one-act plays in the Percy Julian auditorium, Dec. 12th. Vera Brooks grabs Ramiro Her , nandAz hand to prevent Willie Smith, Jr. from harm. Right: Mrs. A.H. Shaw directs an ironing demonstration in the modern homemaking room while members of Mr. N, Robinson’s class watch. Lw state and local governments, the housing industry and interested groups to become active against the evils of housing discrimin ation. A creation of a presidential committee on the elimination of discrimination in federal housing and urban renewal programs was suggested. Recommendations included: repeal of all existing state laws requiring racial segregation; state legislation prohibiting dis crimination in public housing; and stronger powers for state agencies to enforce laws against discrimination. Tribune Carrier BL|l / Phoenix , Arizona ELKS CORNER Annual election of officers on December 9th. The Daughters of Grand Canyon Temple #437 are busy planning their annual Purple and White Ball. A first Bonus bottles of spirits were served to all Bills at the Men’s Night last week. No favoritism with this House Committee step up and be served was the slogan. 'Fats’ Powell was in rare form at the Thanksgiving pro gram. The Nashette Dancers provided entertaining routines. As usual, the music by the G- Boys was terrific. Wonder if George Brown’s golf game is improving?