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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1963,
s§§\ jagj&V'" : . „ 1 jnRM # k *"--v jk f '|K| Here are some of the officers and members of the Prince Hall Masonic Lodge who attended the annual Potentates* Ball. Mk o BEjjjgll K.i imi 11 ■ 1M ■ # iwi HiMr •TsP^"'--+%* :js|. '•;' »iWI ‘ ,f^^^:---S-.|:l : m » W ms !!_■ . i jj|j|||l H " , B| 3 At midnight...and around the clock You’ll be glad you’re living in a Total-Electric Medallion Home Time was when the kitchen was off limits after the dinner dishes were all washed and dried. Not so in the gleaming kitchen of a Total- Electric Medallion Home—where electric appliances make clean-up a snap! Every hour of the day and night, electricity—the '"matchless” energy makes your life easier and more comfortable in a Total-Electric Home. And because electricity is flameless, the heating plant, kitchen appliances, laundry equipment and hot water heater will never give you a minute’s worry about gas leaks, blocked flues or pilot lights going out. Low operating cost. Now it costs less than ever to enjoy all the comfort, convenience and safety of Total-Electric Living in the area served by the Salt River Project. In fact, the Project’s low, money-saving electric rates make the operating cost of a Total-Electric Home comparable with that of any combination of gas and electricity. In many cases, the cost is even less. If you are planning to buy or build, call us at ALpine 2-9711 for in formation about Total-Electric Medallion Homes and facts on how you can live better—for less—in the area served by the Salt River Project. 4 NoH-Pnaftt/Nm-7ax- Co&ectoig COMMUN,TY SERVICE ORGANIZATION providing low-cost water and electricity FOR MORE THAN 725/000 ARIZONANS P.8 DENNIS CALHOUN IS SIX NOW ,»/ # . V Waiting to cut the cake and enjoy themselves are Phyliss Rider, Victor Woods, Glen Calhoun, Dennis Calhoun, honoree, who was six, Melvin and Shelia Brown and Michelle Rider. ELKS CORNER [■mS % ,dl i $m*M» <♦ s*4 m. l Mar. 1- Daughters meeting, 8:15 p.m. Mar. 8 - Coronation Ball, Dt. Susie Oby will be crowned Queen of Grand Canyon Temple 437 9 p.m. Donation - Couple - $2.50 single - $1.50. Mar. 9 - Dt. Elks Workshop - Dt. State Pres. Bessie I. Smith will conduct the meeting at 4:30 p.m. All daughters are urged to attend. No uniforms are needed. Mar. 21 - Lodge meeting. Mar. 15 - Regular temple meeting. Mar. 22 - Delegate Committee dance and raffle. Mar. 26 - Lodge meeting. Dt. Jean Eppinger and her daughter, Jodie just returned from a two weeks vacation in Los Angeles. Sick List includes Bro. John Webber who is recuperating from surgery. EX. Marva Evans is recuper ating from an emergency appen dectomy. * * * Exalted Ruler Roscoe Patter son and Bros. Arthur Blackshear and E. E. Bobo attended the Ant ler Guard Tea in Tulare. Bro. Alden Henry’s daughter. Miss Doris Ann Henry recently graduated from the nursing school at Good Samaritan Hos pital. * * * Watch this column for the com ing appearance of the great Earl Grant I Charlestta McClammy Reporter SEND FOOD TO MISSISSIPPI ATLANTA, Ga. - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., president of the Southern Christian Leader-' ship Conference, has issued a na tionwide appeal for staple goods for starving Negroes in the Mis sissippi delta. SCLC board member Dr. Aaron Henry estimates 22,000 people have been removed" from wel fare rolls because of intensified civil rights and voter registra tion efforts in LeFlore and Mad ison counties. Some have also been forced to leave their homes on plantations. Urging people throughout America to respond freely. Dr. King said, "lam calling on sup porters North, South, East and West to gather staple goods in their communities through their churches to be sent to the Coun cil of Federated Organizations (COFO), c/o Dr. Aaron Henry, 220 4th Street, Clarksdale, Mis sissippi." In addition to reprisals to coun ter growing resistance to segre gation, SCLS’s field secretary, the Reverend James Bevel, re ports that automation has con tributed to the plight of delta Negroes. "Sharecroppers are being laid off long before the traditional November end of cotton picking due to the increased use of cot ton picking machines." RACE BARS DOWN AT UNIVERSITY CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Ra cial bars at the graduate school of the University of Chattanooga have been dropped. The board of trustees agreed to admit qualified Negro students for the first time this year--for summer sessions only.