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p|Svl< *®hm ’Hi^B ■ " x 1 «*- **• ir^,.l HHK H Ml IS.; |uizptg|^rtbune Ist year, No . 22 PHOENICIAN’S BOOK PUBLISHED ixh flaSwaWsfe.-j flhk, l fyo-?****- s |'^4,?v -jyf I ■ , >" ’ , r "'Pm^^P/'<^#^lroßSßmHHHP ; ' 7 9Hfc ;<sJ9®F' JB& v 77ms Christmas will he a happy one for Mrs. Constance Walker . /fer/irsf hook has been published and it is at the bookstores in the whole country. Mrs. Walker suffers from Multiple Sclerosis, one of the diseases still baffling scientists. Yet this cheerful person, for mer schoolteacher has written a volume of gay verses about a little girl in a whirlwind with two runaway monkeys from a zoo. Entitled *Dee Dee and the Mon keys’ her book is appealing to 9ZI’ON I!UU&d •2|JV ‘xjuaoqj 0 lYd 3DViso<rs - n 3m xmg Tribune Carrier Leon Cole, Jr., 1801 W. Pima Street,' a fifth grader at Bethune School is learning to save money as a carrier. He likes to play basketball and base ball. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cole, Sr. Xmas Party at Agency A gala affair in honor of the bewhiskered gentleman with a sleigh is planned for the staff of the Charles Garland Agency. Festivities will begin, announced the president Charles H. Garland at 3 p.m.,. Tuesday, Dec. 23. the younger children. Illustra tions by Annabelle Forsch are excellent. Mrs. Walker graduated from Western Regerve University in Cleveland, and she taught school in the city for several years. She and her husband, Earl, a Julian teacher, moved to the city two years ago. Abernathy’s Attacker Freed Montgomery: An all-white jury deliberated less than 13 minutes before acquitting ex-Alabama State College grid star Edward Davis of charges of assault with intent to murder bus boycott leader Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy. Davis allegedly attacked Rev. Abernathy with a hatchet last August after accusing him of an affair with Mrs. Davis. Said Rev. Abernathy: ‘At Mr. Davis’ trial it was apparent that I was on trial . . . This is just another futile attempt on the part of the evil forces in our community to conquer by dividing and raise suspicion in the minds of the people concerning the motives and integrity of Negro lead ership.’ ' Pictorial Weekly Friday, December 19, 1958 10 Cents RACE RELATIONS DIARY NORTH CAROLINA: Three Wil mington doctors who were denied courtesy staff privileges at a pri vately operated hospital asked for a reversal because the hos pital is on city property and it receives public funds. WASHINGTON: More than 200 Catholic bishops issued a report proclaiming that bias and Chris tianity dpp’t mix. The prelates stated that any form of legal or compulsory segregation is wrong, CONNECTICUT: Three Negroes graduated with the first class from Cromwell Hall, new home of Navy’s Nuclear Power School in New London. PHILADELPHIA: Raymond Wise, the only Negro airman with the scientific group recently rescued from an ice floe near the North Pole is recuperating at his home. CALIFORNIA: Loren Miller, Los Angeles attorney and publisher was appointed secretary in charge of clemency and extra dition for the State of Califor nia. Mr. Miller formerly served as NAACP defense attorney fdr the western states. ARKANSAS: The NAACP faces a possible $5,000 fine for failing to register as a corporation. CANADA: A Negro, Dr. Roy Per ry is a candidate for the mayor ship of Windsor. This civic mind ed dentist has served as aider man seven times and has been a member of the city control board for two terms. Scouts Make Gifts Boy Scouts of Den 4, Troop 40 sponsored by St. Mary 9 s Catholic Church prepare Xmas gifts for their parents under the direction of Mrs. John Webber, den mother. Mrs. Robert Sublett, den mother is not present. Useful gifts in clude wooden towel and tie racks. The boys would like to re ceive some help with their neigh borhood Xmas basket project. 20 Pupils Enrolled WASHINGTON - Twenty Negro students from Front Royal, Va., where the high school is shut down in an integration dispute, enrolled in District of Columbia integrated public schools this week. ’The kids came here speci fically to get an education,’Law son J. Cantrell, deputy superin tendent of schools, said. to our readers & advertisers \ from Sdwevut & £loi&e SW hA y ublishers & Edit SdtvevtcC & Publishers & Editors Phoenix, Arizona Any donations may be deposited at Webber’s Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Canned goods, clean clothing, and useful toys are needed to brighten some family’s holiday. MEN IN CAR WRECK Charles Steward, 24, 22 N. Hth St., and Ben Peterson, 25, 1022 S, Montezuma were hos pitalized following a two car collision last Sunday. An occupant of the second vehicle, Mrs. Ruby Edmonson, 49, Gila Bend, died in the hos pital. Highway patrolment stated that Steward evidently fell asleep while driving on Highway 80, 32 miles east of Yuma. His auto struck the Edmonson car in the rear.