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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, October 26, 1962, Image 12

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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1962,
ELKS CORNER
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Dt. Alberta Perkins will rep
resent Grand Canyon Temple 437
as member of the coordinating
council of civic affairs, an aux
iliary unit of the Phoenix Urban
League.
Mrs. Burlene Collins, of Oak
land, Calif., is recuperating
after a brief illness. She is the
daughter of Mrs. Josephine
Smith.
Mrs. Ida Jones has rushed to
the bedside of her ailing daugh
ter, Mrs. Audrey Nevins of Den
ver, Colorado.
Final rites were held Saturday
at Tanner Chapel for Miss Isa
bel M. Lynch, daughter of Mrs.
Legusta Lynch and sister of Mrs.
Legusta Moss.
Dt. Ada M. Gibson’s grand
mother, Mrs. Ada Short passed
recently.
Mrs. T. Landrum, aunt of Mrs.
Bertha Hereford passed away
recently.
CALENDAR NOTES--
Plan to attend our annual Hal
loween dance, Wed., Oct. 31.
Nov. 2--Important temple bus-
Nov. 2 lmportant temple
business meeting.
Nov. 8 -- Chollaettes drill
team will appear at the Arizona
State Fair at 4:30 p.m.
Nov. 9 Buffet dinner dance.
Donation $1.50.
. Nov. 13 W. H. Patterson
Lodge 477 meeting.
I have received my PSA com
mission for special fund and
minutes clerk appointment.
Please call or mail in your
Elks news before Monday nites
at 6 pm.
Your Reporter,
Charlesetta McClammy
MAN FLEES FROM
POLICE TO CUBA
KEY WEST, Florida Rob
ert Williams, a North Carolina
Negro who fled to Cuba after
being charged with kidnapping an
elderly white couple is now star
on Havana's powerful Radio Pro
greso.
He beams his Program Radio
Free Dixie to the states. Some
of his remarks include such ve
hement statements as:
"The only fate awaiting black
people in the United States of
America is a fate of terror, en
slavement and extermination,”
he said in an address preceded
by a roll of drums and a flour
ish of trumpets.
no protection of law
for black people. The only way
stem the rising tide of violence
is by meeting violence with vio
lence.”
GAVEL NOTEBOOK
Maricopa Lodge No. 1, Free
and Accepted Masons of Arizona
jurisdiction, inc.. Prince Hall
affiliation is sponsoring 90 min
utes of films, on Tuesday, Nov.
6, 8 p.m. There will be no
charge. The public is invited.
** * *
The annual Christmas fund is
in progress. Proceeds are used
to purchase gifts for widows of
deceased lodge members. Each
member is asked to contribute
two dollars.
James L. Davis
Reporter
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