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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, APRIL- 5, 1963,
EASTLAKE TEAM WINS CLASS D CHAMPIONSHIP
Meet the champions of the court in District 7- Class D from
Eastlake Park. Many of these boys were members of the champion
ship team which garnered football honors in the fall.
From left are Lloyd Brown, coach, Ronald Brown, Harry Jones,
Donald Copeland, Duane Johnson, and George Warner.
Second row - Gary Pratt, Wade Hillman, Will Warner, Billy
Johnson, asst, coach, and Ronald Ralph.
COMMISSION ASKED JACKIE ACCUSES ADAM
WASHINGTON - Rep. Thomas
M. Pelly, (Rep. - Wash.) intro
duced a bill last week which
would establish as national Com
mission on Equality of Oppor
tunity in Employment.
The commission would enforce
anti-discrimination provisions in
government contracts.
The seven members would be
$20,000 each.
ACCOMMODATION
BILL IN MARYLAND
BALTIMORE, Md.-Maryland’s
legislature passed the state’s
first public accommodations law.
it will become effective June 1.
An interracial commission to
enforce the new statewide law
was established.
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NEW YORK - Jackie Robinson,
famed athlete and vice president
of a restaurant chain, wrote an
open letter to Rep. AdamC. Pow
ell concerning the congressman’s
proposed boycott of the NAACP.
Robinson chided Powell for let
ting his race down and failing
miserably as a national leader of
the Negroes in America.
The former Brooklyn Dodger
baseball player told Powell that
his support of the Black Muslims
and his call for all Negro control
of the NAACP were contrary to
the work for integration through
interracial and interfaith groups.
He believes Powell is having a
tantrum because Roy Wilkins and
the NAACP board didn’t rush to
his defense in his recent battle
in Congress.
INJUNCTION ASKED
BY JUSTICE DEPT.
GREENWOOD, Miss. - The
Justice Department asked for a
federal court injunction to halt
interference with Negroes at
tempting to register to vote in
this Mississippi Delta to^n.
The department, in a suit filed
in UJS. District Court in Oxford,
Miss., also asked that Negroes
jailed after demonstrations in
Greenwood be freed on their
recognizance.
Eight of them, sentenced to
four months in jail and a S2OO
fine on disorderly conduct char
ges after vote march, vowed
to stay behind bars until the fed
eral government acts.
The suit seeks an order against
Greenwood and Leflore County
officials forbidding them to in
terfere with rights of Negroes
to register to vote.
It asks, that arrest, prosecu
tion, and intimidation of Negro
vote workers be stopped. The suit
would prohibit use of force, po
lice dogs, and other means to
block the would-be voters.
A hearing for a temporary in
junction was set for noon Mon
day at Aberdeen, Miss., before
Federal District Judge Hugh
Clayton.
VETERANS WARNED
ABOUT GRACE LAPSE
The habit of "riding the 21-
day grace period” has caused the
lapse of GI insurance policies for
many hundreds of veterans in
recent years, Wayne Sanders,
Manager of Arizona VA Regional
Office, said:
Too many veterans on "grace
period” time forget their final
deadlines, and eventually allow
their policies to lapse, often at a
time when their dependents need
protection the most.
Sanders advised veterans to
make up that monthly payment
that they may be running behind,
even if they have been making
their payments each time during
the grace period.
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Posing for the camera are participants in the annual Julian
School talent show which was shown last Thursday and Friday.
Entitled "Aladdin and the Kin”, the show was an excellent
vehicle for songs, dances, skits and lively humor.
Directed by Nathaniel Robinson, music was directed by Mrs.
Madeline Mason and Mrs. Lois Anderson directed dance sequences.
Other faculty members assisting with the production were Fred
Banks, William Hooks and George Greene, audiovisual effects.
First photo shows some of the cast. Seated from left are Larry
McConnell, genie, Richard Marshall, king, Dianne Sims, queen,
and Danny Thomas, genie.
Standing are Travis Williams, Aladdin, Sylvia Bates, Sybil Dryer,
Christopher Thomas, June Frazier, Theresa Engram, princess,
and Billy McConnell.
This photo shows other members of the Julian School talent show
cast.
From left are Dianne Hardeman, Lajuna McFalls, Robert McCoy,
Burnes Starks, Loraine Moore, Hester Crain,andCharlesetta Ealim.
OMEGAS PLAN REGIONAL MEET
Officers of the twelfth district
of the Omega Psi Phi fratern
ity Messrs. J. Quentin Mason
and Allen Woodard spent a couple
of days In the city. They met with
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June.

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