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i. Wr sBESk;;.' V ' -JOS#' Ari2H'tt»feh mt A!L.r"S^^S4^^nSzzJ^ Ist year, No. 21 ELKS ELECT OFFICERS William Patterson Lodge No. 477 electees—Exalted Ru ler—David M, Solomon, M.D.; Esteemed Leading Knight—San nie L. Carr; Esteemed Loyal Knight—George Campbell; Es teemed Lecturing Knight—J. D. Shans;Secretary—Kermit Cagle; Treasurer—John T. Brown; Es quire—Howard Dasher; Innerj Guard—Abraham Walker—Tiler —Eddie Moore; ' Trustees— ' James McElroy, John Webber, Deeward Dobson, Emmett Bur- ; ton, and Arthur Blackshear. " ‘ f STORE SNUBS! JAMAICA VIP] LOUISVILLE. Ky. The mayor o t Kingston, Jamaica, said she, was grossly insulted yesterday when refused service in a down town drugstore. Mrs. Iris King, visiting in this country as a guest of the! UJS, State Department, said she asked for a cup of coffee and was told: ‘We don't serve colored peo ple. *1 was told that 1 could not be served at the counter and would have to take it out to drink* she said. She ‘called it a ‘humiliating experience, and after remon-. strating for awhile, I just left.’ 1 Vincent Rizzo, assistant store manager said he received no complaint and was unaware the incident happened. He said the store provides carry-out service only for col ored customers. DEAR SANTA Little William Warren, age 5, 4432 S. 19th St. has prepared his list to Santa Claus. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Warren, Sr. COPE ACTIVITY PROBED A senate committee investi gation began in Phoenix this week, 1 checking AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education activities in the recent Arizona election cam paign. \ Chief investigator of the Me Clellan committee is George R. Bartlett. Previously, Senator Barry Goldwater stated a com mittee investigator would be sent here to study COPE political | activity. Grand Canyon Temple N 0.437 Daughter Ruler—Maple Pratt; Vice Dt.Ruler—lla Hicks; Asst. Vice Dt. Ruler—Lillian Cagle; Chaplain—Ann White; Financial Sec.—Charlesetta McClammy; Assistant Financial Sec.—Ruby Blackshear; .Recording Sec.— Alma Williams; Doorkeeper— Queen Ester Blakeley; Gate keeper— Doris Collins; Escort —Rama Martin; Treasurer—Al yce Wheeler; Trustees—Bobbie Weaver, Minnie Jackson; Organ ist—Goldie Henry. VA Invites Student Volunteers High school and college stu dents considering entering med , leal, nursing, and related health fields have been invited to serve as junior volunteers at the Phoe nix Veterans Administration Hospital. Dr. Seymour Fisher, hospital manager, said the volunteer pro gram not only offers an oppor tunity to perform a valuable ser. vice as citizens but allows stu dents to learn at first hand about careers in their’ chosen fields. *As volunteers, • high school and college students become part /Os the hospital team and spend a few hours each week working alongside staff members in vol unteer activities contributing to patient care,’ he said. Assignments at the hospital may include patient escort, social service, laboratory, recreation, radio, newspaper, li brary, and rehabilitation activi ties, he said. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Ralph Johnson at the hospital. EXPULSION RULE ASKED Attempts of county chairman Charles Hardy and the county central Democratic committee to expell five precinct com mitteemen because of their sup port of Republicans during the recent election have been met with rebuff. Edward Banks, publisher and editor of the Arizona Tribune has requested the county attorney render an opinion to the legality of Mr. Hardy’s letter accepting . his unsubmitted resignation. Four other committeemen have not resigned but were recipients of similar letters. Carl Sims, 809 W. Magnolia; Edward Za mora, 2114 E. Mitchell; Dennis Gleason, 1509 W. Adams; and Jo seph Ralston, 1611 W. Whitton. Pictorial Weekly Friday, December 12, 1958 10 Cents JKSt 7 ■l Ha J _ r\ m . S IyL,, ■ ’l9 bL 999Pf^9jgt Mraß, II ' m C!! ' rS 1 Tanner Chapel's Youth Chorus presen ted the Y.M O C.A. Youth Chorus in a pre- Christmas concert, on Sunday, December BEWARE TOO MUCH XMAS SPIRIT Shoppers in the Valley are warned against the holiday gyps, schemes, rackets and promotions which figures around Yuletime. These sharp operators take ad vantage of the charitable spirit which abounds during this season and they accumulate illegal pro fits from unsuspecting shoppers. Four main areas require special care and alertness for con sumers: Mail order schemes using mis leading advertisement; profes sional promoters seeking charity donations; unordered merchan dise rackets, and special Xmas ‘sales’. CHURCH TITLE WINNERS Tribune Carrier Gregory Engram, 10, is a fifth grader in the Mary Bethune School. Greg is a member of the Boys’ Club and he likes to play basketball. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Collins, 1441 S. 18th Avenue. CHURCH'S AIDES HAMED Attorney General-elect Wade Church announced appointment of John Vanlandingham, blind Phoenix attorney, as his admin istrative assistant. H.B. Daniels, Phoenix, the states only Negro attorney and Fred Marquez, Tucson, were named to his staff, also. Daniels has served as an as sistant under Atty. Gen. Robert Morrison. 7th. The music was inspiring. In addition to the musical pro gram a ‘Mr. and Miss Tanner Chapel were selected. 1 to r Rudolph Markham, jaKeeta Wat ley, ‘Miss Tanner Chapel, Dan iel Pinkard, 'Mr. Tanner Chap el’ and Roberta Lewis. Rev. Charles K. Hayes appears in the back. Miss Crystal Town send, sponsor of the youth group is not pictured, VNB EMPLOYEES DANCE More than 500 Valley National Bank employees from its 57 of fices throughout the state are expected to attend the banks an nual ‘Holiday Ball’ Friday even ing, Dec. 19 at Hotel Westward Ho in the Thunderbird Room. ■*!**■ , Ji / Phoenix, Arizona RACE RELATIONS DIARY NEW YORK - A Negro musician was hired by the Symphony of the Air following discrimination charges made by the Urban Lea gue of Greater New York. An oboist, Harry Smyles was hired to play at a concert before the UN. The Urban League report sta ted that an iron curtain kept Negro musicians from radio, stage and television staffs. MEMPHIS - A cashier at the army general depot was fired after she asked a Negro para trooper to leave a line of white diners in the cafeteria. NEW ORLEANS - Louisiana’s law forbidding interracial ath letic contests was declared un constitutional. Separate seating facilities were not mentioned as they were not an issue. Joe Dorsey, a Negro light weight filed suit contending he was unable to follow his chosen career because he couldn’t box white fighters in the state. BALTIMORE - Three Negro wo men were elected to Maryland’s House of Delegates on the Demo cratic ticket. YWCA CEREMONY PLANNED The traditional ’Hanging of the Greens’ is scheduled at the YWCA Sunday, Dec. 14, at 4 p.m. This symbolic ceremony will highlight the winter season. The public is invited to attend. YW tots and teens will pre sent a Christmas program in the gymnasium. The West High School Girls Choir will furnish music. A candlelighting cere mony will end the program.