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\ I S Capitol Bldg. | Phoenix, Ariz. ArtzPtt^tohuttg FOURTH YEAR, NO. 27 ILLUSTRIOUS POTENT ATE 1 S BALL HELD SATURDAY AT MASONIC TEMPLE | f ll «£. ■ WfiPlr B«' .X 5&. j '■--' .i i nHv ?' 3*l W \ i aß»tx » .aa.Me > <»^m O' JH wk' J&lnrUz r Mm < ’ ' *".7 Ls ' ; ggf I I HB? JpP'JBI iW llf 9 I m ; • -■ • \" 1 B w * v - ?. >■— ~, t '- s'£r ,<?~ /,;< ■ v 'ttfi / jHft „ -^f^M BBPpr V .''' • y ". lii THIS GROUP OF FEZ-WEARING gentlemen sponsored its annual Illustrious Potentate’s Ball at the Masonic Temple,339E. Jefferson, last Saturday. Pictured above are officers and members of Shriners of Moslem Temple 79. Front row, from left are Messrs. L. C. Caldwell, recorder; O.L.Christopher, treasurer; Irvin Tapp, capt. of the guard; Walter Risby, asst, raban; S. C. Boyer, illustrious potentate; and James Christopher, past potentate and deputy of the desert. Back row from left includes Messrs. Henry Curry, Ivory McGee, Milton Lewis, past potentate, Arthur Rosser, Johnny Barber, and Jessie Davis. Photo-Bobby Heard. AUXILIARY GROUP ATTENDS ANNUAL POTENTATE'S BALL AT MASONIC TEMPLE ~ , . ; Jiiy DAUGHTERS OF ISIS, Moslem Court #l6, auxiliary of the Shriners attended the annual Illustrious Potentate's Ball held last Saturday night at the Masonic Temple. Shown above from left are Mesdames Rosa Curry, inside spy; Hattie Scott, recorderess; Ollie Mae Christopher, past deputy; Venita Davis, It. commanderess, Mr. Milton Lewis, noble advisor; Lena Risby, deputy; Lizzie Barber, treasurer; and Ophelis Tapp, asst, recorderess. Photo-Bobby Heard. SUBSCRIBE NOW... THE BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER YOU f VE EVER READ FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1962 BR. 6-2301 Pictorial Weekly TEACHER VISITS UTAH Miss Crystal Townsend, local teacher who resides at 2001 W. Jefferson recently returned from a visit with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. Thomas J. Townsend of Salt Lake City, Utah. Miss Townsend said highlights of her trip included hearing the Salt Lake City Oratorio and Or chestra perform ‘The Messiah”. SAMMY DAVIS PLANS MOVIE ABOUT BLAND NEW YORK - Sammy Davis, Jr., has made plans for his first independent movie based on the life of James A. Bland, the first Negro minstrelman, who’s credited with writing Me Back to Ole Virginny,” instead of Stephen Foster. Frank Sinatra has agreed to appear in the production. PHOENIX 40, ARIZONA TEN CENTS MEET THE SNOW KING AND QUEEN HBr pms™Mf : Jh3RM* J& jfe».' ’w|i|i||L X Jig' bhhi Jr ICv.; • J| ¥ /•*, Jgf, jHI ' ROYALTY REIGNED AT THE first “Snowball Dance*’ held last Wednesday at Percy Julian School auditorium for sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Chosen as winners were from left Carol Weaver, snow queen and George Hill, snow king. Both are eighth grade students. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weaver, 2108 E. Mobile. George is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hill, 1843 E. Atlanta. The dance was a winter project of the PTA. Photo-Bobby Heard. JACKIE ROBINSON IN HALL OF FAME NOW Jackie Robinson, the all-time favorite baseball star who was the first Negro to play in big league ball was voted in as a member of the select group of players in the national Hall of Fame. Breaking the race barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, Jackie won acclaim with his even tempered feats despite hostile players and fans. He won sev eral valuable player titles and upon retirement became the vice president of a restaurant chain. Jackie Robinson entered the national sports limelight in 1947 when Branch Rickey, Dodger gen eral manager signed him from the Montreal triple A circuit. 17TH ANNUAL MEN f S DAY PLANNED SUNDAY First Institutional Baptist Church, 1141 E, Jefferson will hold its 17th annual Men's Day, Sunday, Jan. 28. Services are scheduled at 11 am, 2 pm and 7 pm. Rev. A. G. Kendrick will give a special sermon and at the evening service he will be fea tured soloist in a musical pro gram. A fellowship dinner will be served beginning at 2 pm. Dona tion $2.50. The public is invited to attend this annual church pro gram. NAACP FASHION SHOW AT ELKS Want to see the new styles for the rest of the season or get a peek at the coming spring fash ions? You should plan to see the fashion show sponsored by the Maricopa County branch of the NAACP, scheduled Sat., Jan. 27 at the W. H. Patterson Elks Lodge, 1007 S, Seventh Ave. Local participants who will ap pear are Mesdames Thelma Mann, Teresa Littleton, Hazel Williams, Eva Nealy, Bertha Solomon, Ludea Williams, and Miss Loottie Butts. Male togs will be worn by Messrs. Robert Moore, William Dickey, and James Nabors. Korrick's, Hanny’s and Gold water’s Stores will provide some of the clothes which will be shown. As an added attraction, Mrs. Marguerite Belafonte will ap pear. A dance will round out the evening’s program of enter tainment. SISTERS REUNITED AFTER 45 YEARS Mrs. Nellie Barnes, 4537 S. 18 Place welcomed her sister, Mrs. Mary Anderson of Eagle Lake, Texas, to the valley re cently. They were reunited after 45 years.