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Sponsors Recital For Hazel Harrison DETROIT —Tickets for the Hazel Harrison recital went on sale this week, it was announced l(y the popular rvtlss Nellie Watts, sponsor Miss Harrison’s appearance here. Hazel Harrison, one of the most tal ented and renowned pianists on the concert stage today, will appear Friday, January 19, at Masonic Temple. This will be the first appearance of Miss Harrison in Detroit. Her performance is looked forward to especially inasmuch as she, this year, replaces the customary Marian Anderson recital. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON Central Arizona Light and Power Co. m 3K- S£«<£^ I MERRY CHRISTMAS I |/ . i I - J - ft * ; .. i jjf At this time of the year, when practically (he entire world is engulf- cd in war and bloodshed, the Yuletide Season holds a profound spiritual significance for the people of America. Peace, Goodwill, and human kind ness still reign in this great nation. * jfo K- For our institution, the year about to close has been one of unusual success- Thousands of new policyholders have joined the “Mutual” family, y marked improvement has been registered in all phases of operation, and the company’s resources, the life blood of the institution, have reached ifr; the highest peak in its history. We recognize the fact that the loyalty and good will of our policyholders, co-workers, and friends have made possible jjfi ’ this progress. Tc them we acknowledge a debt of gratitude. W *jj| In this spirit, may we express the wish that health and happiness be your companions at Christmastide, and may prosperity and good cheer $ attend you during the years to follow. |jjj 4 : ' r '- r $ I NORTH CARoU MUTUAL j 1 LIFE INSURANCpOMPANY ; $ C. C. SPAULDING, President Durham. North Carolina | „ - - ltt ' v ' j If t Letter is (Continued from Psffe ») trai attempts to secure suc»i an appointment. It has been rumored, however, that a supoena will be issued by the congressional committee on WPA for iCctipressman MV; -shell to appear before it early in Jan uary. According to information, Mr. Mitchell has made no effort to deny the charges against, him, most of which have oecn given full publicity in the Chicago press, a s far back a s November 17 and even on November 24, when edi torials on the subject ,vere printed. DEMOS ON SPOT One # representative of the gov ernmental agencies in discussing the situation declared: “Mr. Mitchell’s action has put the whole Democratic, administra tion on the spot. To think that we should have a man who would do such a thing is unthinkable and places a mark upon him In discussing the situation wi f the department of justice and the FBI, spokesmen for those two powerful organizations Indicated they had no official information in the matter and were unpre pared to make a statement at the present and knew nothing of the affair. In discussing the situation with Alfred E. Smith, he said: •'Tire WPA has an express poli cy of not • interfering with work ers’ voting. Tile workers vote as they feel, but coercion on the part of an employe, seeking to influ ence a worker’s vote, means in stant dismissal if brought to the attention of the WPA authorities.” Widespread publicity is being given the political situation in its entirety in Chicago, with special emphasis upon the first ward during the Congressional election of 1933. 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THE PHOENIX INDEX, PHOENIX, ARIZONA I Sweeps Winner Buys Home Winner of a $150,000 prize in a sweepstakes drawing, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mason of Philadelphia will put a large part of their winnings into building model apartment houses for Negroes in the shuns dis trict from which they came. The Mason family is shown in their new, but modest. $3,000 home they purchased. The model homes will be named the ‘‘Frances Mason Homes” after the ton-year-old daughter, pictured at left, who drew the lucky ticket. Africans Raise Funds To Buy Battleship For Great Britain JOHANNESBURG, S. Africa—(ANP)—P. A. Gajana and P. E. Lcmeke of Johannesburg, in charge of a drive among Native workers to buy a battleship for Great Britain, have sent out an appeal for funds. The circular says: “If every man determines to contribute every month towards this fund we will be able to buy, or cause a battle ship to be made, to our honour arid loyalty to the British Empire, As of old, when a battle cry was sounded our fore fathers nevered as to the cause, but took their weapons to defend themselves or annihilate the enemy.” For First Class Service on New and Used Tires, Stop at Hudson Tire Co. 415 E. Van Buren You Are Always Welcome PHONE 3-3553 Valley Lumber Fuel & Feed Co. Extends Xmas Greetings and Hap | piness throughout the Year to the Group 1920 W. VAN BLEEN PHONE 4-4131 Cactus Gifts, Gospel Supplies, Si riptural and Christmas Cards Cone’s 25 W. MUNN ST. A Merry Xmas and All the New Year Can Afford Capital Fuel, reed & Seed Company Phoenix, Arizona PHONE 31171 Phone 3-2178 Open Evenings SUPREME BRAND GROCERY 1 8 MALT SYRUP SHOP Imported & Domestic LIQUORS - WINES - CORDIALS BEER - - - TOBACCO & GLASSWARE (Free, Fast Delivery) 417 E. Washington W: M Est 3j£ MSB 5» 3Bj 5»3» 5* f* ? BENNETT & SONS MARKET 221 East Madison Street We Retail at Wholesale Prices !i PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR XMAS POULTRY [; Phone 4-2291 Fresh Fish and Sea Foods Fresh Dressed Poultry Gulf Fish Co., Inc. 432 \<i E. Washington St. PHONE 4-2264 Wholesale . . . Retail WE DELIVER Building Material at Low Prices TELEPHONE 33300 Wishing All a Merry Xmas and Happy New Year Phoenix Lumber Co. T. E. Hamrick, Prop. 515 W. JACKSON ST. Rosenzweigs’ For Quality Christmas Gifts Hamilton Watches Sheaffer Pens Ronson Lighters Elgin Watches Haviland China Towle Sterling Gruen Watches Parker Pen Sets Birthstone Rings Community Plate Diamond Rings 1847 Rogers Silver Convenient Payment Plan 35 NORTH FIRST AVE Birmingham Back In Negro American Loop By SAM R. BROWN BIRMINGHAM. AIa.—(SNS) The Negro American League of baseball clubs met in a two day session last Friday and Saturday in Chicago. After all the fireworks and report.* had been disseminat ed the results were a new presi dent, Dr. J. B. Martin, former vice president and president of the Memphis Red Sox and the oflice oi commissioner of baseball, retiring president, Major R. R. Jackson The commissioner’s office was newly created, of course there had OPEN EVENINGS TILL XMAS Iclose-ou^Lesses^ 98 “i" 7 98 - 998.1298 Values 50c NEW FAIL & ADVANCE SPRING STYLES *TT ,veMy m I K flj B M been an outstanding need for such an office, but the owners’ of the various clubs had not seen fit to create the office until this ipeet :ng. Other officers elected or rath er re-elected were J. L. Wilkerson of Kansas City, treasurer and Frank (Fay) Young secretary. The following cities were repre sented at the meeting: Birming ham, Chicago, Cleveland, Kansas City, Memphis, St. Louis and To ledo. T. H. Hayes Jr. local mor tician and business man was grant ed the franchise at Birmingham SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, i 93» On the second day of the meeting , Mr. Hayes announced that ‘Candy Jinr Taylor would be the manager ror the Birmingham entry. I*/ was alsc announced that Redus ( out fielder ot the Chicago American Giants would manage the next season. Representatives of the Negro Na tional League who were present in cluded Tom Wilson, president of the league and owner of the Balti-, more Elite Giants, Mrs. Abe Man ley, owner of the Newark Eagles and Sum Pose yof the Homestead Grays. Mrs. Manley recommended; Judge Hastie. Dean of the Howard University Law School, as commis sioner, this the league rejected and I elected their own commissioner ) Major Jackson hits' served well as' president of the league and is well up on all matters pertaining to, baseball ancl should prove an ex cellent commissioner.